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BY TIIE AUTHOR OF "SHIP AHOY !"
"TBEASURE HUNTERS," S:C.
"And they took away all the plate
at the Smithers', dear."
"Only electro, my dear," I said.
"But it is so dreadful, love. Only
think if they were to come here
"Ah, to be sure," I said, "they
might steal the baby !"
"How can you be so cruel ?"
"I wonder how much a baby Is
worth to people of that class."
"I declare, FreJ, if you keep on
talking such stuff, I won't stop in
"Do you know what they do with
"No. With what?"
"No; of course not, How can
you talk such nonsense !"
"Let them out for hire. A wo
man has a couple in arms, two more
a size or so larger cling to her skirt,
and two more support her beloved
husband, who scrapes a psalm tune
Ararat on an old fiddle, and
gives out two lines of the psalm at
a time to the tinkling of fallen cop
pers on the pave."
"Do you wish to make me cry,
This very reproachfully, as I am
darkening the shaddows beside a
pretty girl's nose in my popular pic
ture of a party at the boat-race
"My dear, tears improve you;
but all the same, you are already so
near perfection that I do not wish
to see you improved, Still if baby
were stolen, what quiet nights we
should have ! Pass me that tube
oflvermillion, s'il vous plait"
WUence in the studio for awhile,
broken only by the click, click, of a
busy needle and the creaking of my
easel as I shift its position. Then
my wifcy goes on :
"I think, dear, we really ought to
"Why, my dear ?"
"Why V Because its quite dread
ful to live in a place with such hor
rible robberies always going on."
"And leave King Henry's Road ?
Why, what place could be a better
one for wives?"
"Nonsense! Tho place smells of
nothing but paint, Fred, and you
know It. If you go out you are sure
to meet some horrible snuffy dealor
coming away chuckling with a can
vas he has bought cheap, orelcart-
"Well, and if I do, what then?
Bayes is, I'm sure, a good fellow
it almost makes me fancy that I
sniff the briny when I meet him and
think of his pictures ; then there's
tall, good looking "Wildes, who
always paints love in idleness ; or
Saxon-haired Porest What can you
find to grumble about? Am not I
"I see it's of nayso to talk to you
tQ-layi Fred," said little wifey ;
"you have got one of your teaming
fits on, so 1 may as well hold my
"No, my dear, pray proceed; 'tis
like the silver murmur of tb.o Ijrook
ujon niine ear, And sweetens the
task I have in hand."
This is little wifey's exclamation,
In a very snatchy, pettish tone, but
she likes it all the same, and every
now and tLen the beAd will turn In
my direotjon. At tho end of a min
ute the burglars break in once inoro
and she continues :
"There have been no less than ten
robberies since Christmas, Fred "
"Indeed, my dear! Thon I shall
start a Burglary lusuranco Com
.pany. Why not? How does her
nose look now ?"
"Capital; but isn't it a little too
"I love retrousse noses," I re
spond. "Cupid's nose was a pug,
and pug-noses were made to love.
I could never have endured coming
in contact with a hatchet or cheese
knife fashioned organ in a sweet sa
lute." Morp stuff. But, all the samo,
tho bit of bantering flattery does
not quite displease, and I paint
"Did you hear how they cleared
out the liCinaiucs those French
"No, my dear, I did not."
"Oh, but it was dreadful ! They
took everything even to the table
"Well, my dear, If they come
here bless 'em what will they
get? Nothing worth having; for
our poverty is a sweet blessing in
disguise, which frees us from the
sad anxieties of those who suffer
from a p.ethora of plate, a weight
of watches, or a generosity of gems.
We have our tables and our chairs,
I my paints and brushes, you your
needlework and and, well, your
good looks, which time alone can
steal. Tho only mutual property,
it seems to me, that wo could lose
by the burglarious burgling of bur
glars is tho baby, and him you
"What do you mean?"
"Similia similibus curantur, my
love like cures like; that the
scoundrels who make harvest off
our neighborhood may not spoil
your child and crib him (orib, my
dear, Is a more refined word than
prig), you spoil him yourself, and
keep him in a crib, iet the bur
glars come. E should almost rejoice,
because of the disappointment they
would bo called ujwn to meet.
There, I shall do no more to-day
the Blue Belles may rest in their in
anity for a few hours, while we seek
flowers upon fair Primrose Hill."
I did chat the matter over sagely
enough while we had our walk, and
the little wife agreed that it would
not be wise to run away from a dan
ger that might never come in fact,
we might be running into its very
teeth. But, all the same, it was
a terrible nuisance, this constant re
currence of petty robberies, and
keeping, as it did, the hearts of all
the hens and chickens of the neigh
borhood In a constant state of flutter
lest the next visit of tho fox should
be to their peculiar roost. I, for one,
had spoken to the inspector of police
after tho upset at our friends tho
Wilkins, and he had very sensibly
remarked that they (the police)
could not be everywhere at once.
"You see, sir," he said, "it's just
tills. They plan a robDery, and
work according. By a little watch
ing they get to know our times for
being in every street; for wc can't
work at random; we must have our
regular beats, so as to check the
men. Well, sir, they see a man in
such and such a street, and they
know how long it will be before he
comes back, and goes to work in
the mean time."
A fortnight slipped by, durlne
which I worked hard at the "illuo
Belles," and the burglars rested, for
we heard no more news of their
depredations; when one day our
studio was entered by a brigand a
swarthy-looking, black-bearded fel
low, Jn olive velvet, very rnuoh
worn, and a soft sombrero. He
looked a regular burglar of the order
of the long knife; but It was only
Tom Norris, who had come straight
to us from Spain, after a six months'
stay. And a treat it was, I can tell
you, to look through hia portfolio of
sketohes a la Phillip such dark
eyed girls, such muleteers, such
naked children tumbling about
melons and grapes! Then there
were fat friars and lean nuns,
Moorish gateways, and bits of sun
scorched rock; and we were just in
the midst of our ecstacies over a
Spanish inn among tbemountains,
when a thought struck' me, and I
"I say, Tom, where are you going
"Oh, somewhere in Charlotte
street," he said; "I haren't thought
about it yet"
Milly and I exchanged glances.
"Ours is only a little iron bed
stead, Tom, and a scrap of carpet
on the floor; but "
"My dear fellow," he exclaimed,
"a clean railway rug and a floor
where you can say that insects of a
virulent disposition do not hold
high carnival would be a place
where I should sleep in bliss."
So it was settled that Tom should
As the soft spring evening closed
in we had a grand debauch. Milly
brought out the great glass jug, into
which was emptied a shilling bottle
of claret and a bottle of soda-water;
while, after throwing up the great
heavy plate-glass sash of the studio
window, we sat and smoked the
Spanish cigarettes of which Tom
had brought a store.
There was so much picture lore to
canvass that it was 12 o'clock before'
we were all snug in our rooms.
Then I said my catechism, and we
went to bed.
By-the-way, I majr as well ex
plain that my catechism is repeated
to Milly every night, and the ques
tions are somewhat of this kind:
"Are you sure the kitchen Are is
" Did you turn off the gas ? "
"Was the studio window se
cured ? "
" Has Mary put out her light ? "
Et cetera, et cetera. Then I put
out our own, and sleep fell on our
I was just paying the Spanish
woman for the great luscious water
melon she had sold me, under the
walls of the old palace, when a fierce
brigand fellow presented a formida
ble bell-mouthed trabuco at my
head and bade me give up my cash.
I closed with him in a fierce strug
gle, but it was all in vain ; he shook
me and tossed me about as he liked,
and all the while he kept on saying:
x Fred ! Fred ! Oh,do pray wake
"Eh? What's the matter?"
"I'm sure there's somebody break
ing in ! "
I was drawing the clothes up over
my ears again, when Milly began
" Oh, pray believe me, Alear.
There is indeed some one getting
" Didn't you send me down stairs
a mouth ago because the wind rat
tled the front door?" I growled.
"Yes, yes, dear; but I'm sure
'So you were when it was only
Mary snoring up stairs."
"But listen, dear, yourself."
" So I did when the sweeps camo
next door at C o'clock."
" But I heard it as plain as possi
ble q ljeAvy dull noise, and then a
sharp snap, like a window fasten
ing being forced back. I'm sure it's
"My'dear," I said, quietly, "You
have got burglars on the brain. I
sha'n't get up, so that's flat Go to
sleep ; no QUO will try to come in
" Then let me get up, and get a
light ; I'll go, dear,"
" Madam, my manhood's
Bang ! Thore was a thud which
shook our window, and a strange,
gurgling noise succeeded it, but
smothered and inufllcd, as if some
one was being suffocated,
"There," exclaimed Milly, piti
fully, "We shall all bo murdered.
Pray give me the baby, dear."
(2b be continued.)
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ArriTal of TraiM boa. tit West
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Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bex, 1
June 23, 1874. J"
Money continues in abundant
supplyand the banks easily dis
count legitimate business paper.
Exchange on Chicago and New
York is scarce and some of the
banks are compelled to ship curren
cy to cover drafts. Gold advanced
yesterday in New York, on the re
ceipt of news of the signing of tho
currency bill by the President
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants (selling) SS00.00
Land Warrants, (160 acres n
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
(160 acres buying) 176.00
Do. Selling. 180.00
Exchange on New York 05
Notwithstanding the excessive
heat of the day a very handsome
business was transacted at the lead
ing wholesale houses, .dry goods
leading with some very large sales
for the Rocky mountain trade.
Boots and shoes were also in good
demand. Prices are nominally un
changed though concessions may
have been gained on large orders in
a few instances.
Careiully Corrected Pallr
j. j. brown &. bro., Cor. 14th and
Aliens .................. ... 9
American ........ 9
Amoskeag - , , , , - 7
Uarners.. ..... ............ . 8
Hamilton . 9,
Merrimack D...........-...........-. M
I'eabody . . 9Jf
KichmoDd....... ............ 9
Bright 4-4-........... ...-
Bout (!...................... 9
Cabot 4-1 ....... ............. Vtyt
N. Y. MiiU 1SJ4
I'elerboro.... ............. 8
Suffolk L.. - . . iyx
Fepperell 8-t ... 31
do 9-s. ...... W,
do 10- ...... - 3i
Farmers and Mechsnlcs....... 25K
Great Western 26
Albion, A VS
Bedford, R 7J
Urantvllle, E E .. 10;
Germania, B B . .. 9H
Lanley. ......... .. 11
L. I. I.HHWH WIH . IIH W "
American.... ..................... 11
Amuskeag ...... 12
Lancaster......... ....-.... 12
Amoskesg, a e a.................. 25
Biddeford .. .. 17i
Amoskeag ............................... 23
Beaver Creek, B B .. ... 10
llayumfcers... ........................ ...... .. 12
Otis, B B ......... .....-. Yiy
Otis, C C 15J
I)iJJeford................. ............ 16
lfoa&ler . .. 40
kurtz mohr Sc co., 231 Farnbam
Clark's O. N. T ., 7o
Coat's ................,... 70
Merrick's . 42
Domestic...,. ........... -f K52 00
British...... . 3 0066 00
Dickens' best.... .... . S 90
King William 1.35
Domestic . 1 80
Stauley .............. ... 2 SO
Ottoman strips .. $2 23M 50
While common.. .... .... . (10 50
" medium............- 15 00
' cmtom iuade............ 30 00
Percale.. ...... J 1200x14 uo
Calico 4 75a7 50
Brown drill ...... .... 16 60a7 25
' dnck . 7 75S9 00
Blue drill. 7 00a7 50
' duck 7. 8 00a9 50
White 8 00a9 50
French whalebone ................. 15 25aS 00
Our own ...... . 15 00
Comet... 32 SO
Linen printed -.... ................... S 9 00
" ruffled 12 00
" fluted 15 0J
J. C. Kosenfeld gives us tfie
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 demand at 30c per box ;
Gooseberries, 3 00 per bu.; Cherries,
30c per box; Oranges, 9 00, and
Lemaus, 14 00 per box.
JOIIX T. KDOAR.
Horse shoe bsr
Norway nail rod.
American casn, octagon and square
Jess p's English do do
BurJea's horse shoes, per keg ,
do mule do do ,
North wesUrn horse nails
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent,
Stor hall patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
10J to COM per keg....
3d fine do
lOd finis'nf do
8d do do
Cd do do
10J casing da
8d do do
Cd do do
Wrought, all sizes
Carriage and tire-
-discount TO pr c
Narrow wrought, fast Io!ntdisconnt
Cast, loose pin reTerslble do
Uajr and manure forks discount
lloes and gaiden rakes do
Strap and T discount
Tali's black discount 15 pr e
Cue's iinDiitstlon do 45 do
Coe's genuine do 3) do
American Iron 45 pre
do brass . 40 pre
H Holt's 1 ,-est Klng,per doi, nt
UeIdva Eureka ,
PAD asd suor
Bowlnd'sNo2 black iho-els, D U
do do polished do do
do do black spades do
Moore do polished do do
do'a "spring point" L H anoTtli-,
Lippeneott'a Western Cro'wn
da do do b.Tefed
Parke's No S, Iron box net
do do 103 do
do do 25 Union Irh
Hai-gra-e, Smith 4 Cq., dleeoant
American File 0. de
Hajdole's, A E No 1, IK, 2.
Mammond's A E No
do do 4
Lnzinier'a No 1
do do 9.
Morris' shingling. No 1 ..
do do do 2 .
do do do 3
dc ciiw do 1..
do 0 do ..
Bufislo S. sole ?1 &
Hemlock SL sole No 1
do do No 2
do do dam
do span sole good,
do do dam ......
no upper y it .
Oak sole V B
do call 1
do kip I
do harness... -
Fchcalf Jodots nr dz . 73
Other brands dlQerent wt, pr B 1
French kip pr lb 1
Bark lln Inxs 6
Dry flint pr ft
Jan. and Feb, pelts
Shearliiig .... .
Powell & Co., Soap monu.ractu.rers.
Spo Publico, 6 l-26 3-4; Savon
Republic, do., Chemical Olite, 6 to
61-2; Palm, 55 14 ; German Mot
led, 6 l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, fumishe?. 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
G15c; 2 inch 1230c; 3 inch 180
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; S I
Plain bands. 6 feet, all colon, pat
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, S tt&
4 00; each additional foot, 73c Sr
Union ind all wool terry, por jrau-t
1 603 j0; Imperial, plain and
ped, 2 5GaS 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Eubiect to chan.e ol market without
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. track bet. Farnham ai
GEO A. HOAGLANI..
Joists, studding and sills, 20 It, and un
der .. -2 00
Over 20 f t, each additional (t add'l 60
Fencing No 1 00
do No 2 21 00
1st common boards.-... .. 25 00
2nd do do S 00
"A" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch 50 00
"B" do do do do 35 00
"C" do do do do 10 00
1st clear, 1, IK. 1. --J 2 Inch 65 0J
2d do do do do . . 55 00
3d do do do do 45 00
Flooring, clear. 50 00
do 1st common. .... 40 00
do 2d do 35 00
do 3d do 27 50
do narrow, clear ....... 45 00
lstclear ceiling Si incli............. . 35 00
2d do do Ji inch . 32 50
1st do do Inch.. 30 00
2d do do J. inch 27 50
1st dear ildln' : 1 00
2d do do . i "
lit common siding . . V i
1 do do 20 00.
"A" shingles 4 25
Extra No 1 shingles . 3 (j0
Common No 1 shingles ...... 2 00
Lat h per 1000 3 5o
U.U pickets eer 100 . 3 5o
Square do do do .......
O O Batten per lineal It l
Rough do do do ...........
Liberal discount on carload lots.
35 per centofTChlcsgo list.
25 pet cent oB CI tcago list,
30 per cent off list,
White lime per bbl 51 752 00
Lonisrille cement per bbl . 3 bt3 25
Plaster parts per bbl 3 50(33 75
Plastering hair per bushel.... . 40
Tarred felt . - 4
Plastering board 4
OILS. PAINTS. ULASS, &c.
N. I. D.SOLOMOIN.
ROBERT C. KTEELL.
Coal Oil f IS
Linseed Oil. raw. 1 05
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight Oil 28
Lard Oil, No IS 93l 00
" " 2. 70
" " wlnterl w
' "strain'dj w
W. Vs. ( "
White Lead. St. Louis. Srtictlr Pnre S 11
" " " Fancy Brands . 9
Putty In Bladders...- 5U
" " Bulk 42
Ensmeld Glass, colors, fl sq. ft . 1 00
Flat Glass 50 V c discount
TIN, SHEET-IROX. WIRE, C
MJLTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 10, lair quality...
10x14 Ic, best quality-.
10x14 IX do do ..
12x12 IC do do ..
12x12 IX do do
.. 20 50
-. 17 00
. 12 50
14x20 IC do do
14x20 IX do do
14x20 IXX do do
14x20 IXXX do
1' Opiate DC
100 plate DX. do
100 plate DXX do
100 plate DXXX do
Roofing IC charcoal do
Roofing IX do do
10xl4IC coke do
20x2$ IC charcoal roofing.
20x28 IC charcoal roofing.
, 32 50
m i cnarcoai. . .
10x20 c-ke (for eutters)..
Sheet tin 25 to 30 in
do do do in half casks ...
do do do in 250 lb casks.
Sheet 34 to 35 inches per sheet .
Tinners soldei (extra refined ...
do do No. 1 ......
do do roofing.
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24..,
do do do 25
do do do 26,
do do do $7 .
Charcoal, both sides o the
Io No 84
do do Sfi
do do 27 .
Juniata, No. 24
da do 28
do da 97
Russia perfect 7 to 12-
do lo- 1, stained ...
Less than foil bundles, add one cent.
"A"American imtniUt'n Russia, all Nos.
Leas than full bundles, add cne tent.
No. 14 to 30.
do 21 to 34..
ao 23 to 25-
Full bundles discount ISper cent,
do 10 to
Sheath j t, It and 16 ox
Planished, 14 and IS oa
Nos. 7, S and , Jianisked
Nos. 0 to f 8,1,8
No-1146 W 18 19
ft taadla 13 per cent dJscoa
STEELE & JOHNSON 53S-540 14TH ST.
CLARK - FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PrrNDT, MEYER dc RAAPEE, 212 FARN
HVM 6T., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN GALLAGHER, 205 FaXD.-
WHITNEY, BAVSERMAN Co., 247
j. j. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
. 10-10 Vi
N O choice
Rio choice pr lb
do prime do
do good do
O G Java.
Common pr gallon
do N O niobi sses-
M Wesk A Co...
bchof ers ........
Kirk's Savon ..... ........
M. Wcsk A Co
S:hofer's German . .
Black goods, Western
do do Virginia .
do do I rrtlar.
urias a i m w .
do I. -Jl--
urn 44 ------.
saw - - rP W
U ft." to
lata - t.
4V Wr)4 tWJ ' .liu.
Strawkwr- , H "
Pi larr-a, il 4
Young 11 two, par tm .
Gunpoipr, U 4
Snow I-k. (WeUs Ua)
GaBi lies, heavy weight
.o light do
I ips, four biuhel .. .
iin b. ins. Amoske:: A . .
.o do Ludlow a a..
tmegs, Pet ng best,per pound
Clivei do do -
Atsuice do do .
Cin-mon bark do do .-
A. E. SIMPSON,
II. Upman ....
Grand Central ..
Yarn M..,M... .....-
La Boquet .
Simon Pure -
Fartlgas ... . . .
Henry Clay. ....
1876 . H....HM..M H...
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesale depot 548 Hu Street.
Half barrel sacks .. . 2 SO
J. SCHOONIVAKER & SON
PRoruiEToxs or the
Manufacturers o .Strictly Pure
W.iite Lead, Red Litharge
Putty. Colon Dry and in Oil.
FORE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White Lead to be free from impurities, and
will pay S50 in gold for every ounce of adul
jaja'Jon found In this package.
zuir73m J. SCIIOONMAKER A SON
LEAP PENCIL S
The following Premiums have bean
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Medal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium CiuelnnatU Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Brooklyn fndRS
trial Exposition, 1873.
For F&mples or Ioformttloa sdJreu tbe
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
m72m JERSEY CITY. N J
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
Tbe Shorteat and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points in
X0KTHERX IOWA & MDjyESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains -la this route.
1. At U. PH Transfer with Union Pacific
Bailroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bias, with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council Blutfe Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At Missouri Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway for Chicago and all
L At Sioui City with Sioux City and SL
Paul, Illinois Central and Dakota Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri Rlrer.
during naTigation, and with stages lor ail
points In the Northwest.
3. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont. Nebraska, with tbe Union
Pacific railroad for all points west and the
7. At Wlsner with stages for Norfolk and all
points In Northern f-ebrnka.
W.lckets for sale in Chicago ard North
western Railway offices. .
WBe aure your ticket xead -ia S. C A P.
L. BURNETT, Sop't.
F. a IIILLS, Gen-Ticket Alt' t.
GEO. W. GRATTAN,
1e9-J-7. Ageat, Os-th.
7 ----B-rw lv 1EX aifcst
---- --rr lPr
MR. JOHN RATH
IS AGENT FOR
J. J. BROWN & BRO.,
Agents for the Oriental Powder Co.
STEELE & JOHNSON,
538 and 540 Fourteentli Street,
BET. DOUGLAS AND DODGE
MORGAN & GALLAGER.
SUCCESSORS TO CREIOHTON AND MOUGAN
No. 205 Farnliaiii Street,
CHsjJ ZE3LA- - - IsTE-B.
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN & CO.
No. 247 Douglas Street,
O-MT-EIA., - - 3T.BB
AGENTS FOR TIIE
CLARK & FRENCH,
AND DEALERS IX
Canned Goods, Dried Fruits, Green Fruits in Season.
je 1 ORDERS SOLICITED AND" 1'KOM 1TLY FI I.I.ED.
.A. B. SIMPSQU,
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLISALE
DEALER IN CIGAKS.
532 F1I-F1TBBLSrT-3: ST.,
CJ-a-E-IGr-OtTP-V BIiOCS. ap23mS
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas. City, St. Joe.and
Council Bluffs R. R
Ii the only dire line to
AND TOE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHAS (IE j M between Omaha an J St.
Louis anubttoiel'ctweep OMAHA
anu e.t YORh,.
Thisth Only -ino running a
FCLLHAH SLEKPIKO OAIl KAST
FIIUM O-fAIlA, OX AllBIVAL
OP THE VSlOn PACIFIC
am- II -,- ,... l. tltf M 1- -Td
I aitugrceable tranilcr at ihe Kirer Mellon.
PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY!
EA3TEEKT AHD WE3TEB5 CITIES
With Less Changes and In adr-nce ol other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Care,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouse
sTSee that your tickets rtad -la
KaaaaaCJtr. S Joseph 4. Coaucll
UluS. It 1 rod.
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for tale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P- icpot, Omaha.
JOS.TEHON, GEO. L. BRADBURY,
Pass. AU Gcn'I Agent.
. F. BAUNARD, A. C. DAWIM.
Uen'l Supt. lien'I I'ass. Agt.,
Confectioners1 Tool Works,
Tb.os. Mllln & Bro..
M Houlils. Ice Crea
Kos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
1 EsTABuanxD 13ft.:
G&.11. Milu, f CATALOGUES SENT
ATxPJai.J J upocappllcaUon.
HD CATTIB BR6KER,
ALT LAKE CTTY, - - UTAH
HATH & HAITSEIT,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
o i a- -A. r si
AND DEALERS IN
Pipes, Tobaccos, Etc.
Th-atl'n ion of dealer, is called to the f-rt that we
are prepared to I. UK1. our gixnls i h their NAM
as lnanuf-ctusul expressly for them.
- - IsT-EB
DUrOST TOWDEIl CO.
Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific 11. K:
TUE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE ROM
OMAnA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, Davenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains are enuippwl with the
W'EaTismiousK I'atlst Aik Ilium aud
Miller's Patent Safety l'latfonu aud Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Iravc Daily,
A1 DES MOINES with tho I MulniM Valley
ltailroad. lor Oikaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. LonU.
AT UKINNELL with the Cintral Railroad of
Iowa, for all i)lnt north to St. I ul.
AT WEST LIBERTY" with the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railru-d, for
Burlington, Colar 1-ipiiU, Dubuue A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCflON with the
South-Western i.ranch, for Muscatine,
Washington aud all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport, Bclolt, K-clne. Mil
waukee and all points in northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocktord, Itfk
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the TenrlaARock
Island Railroad for Peoria an t iolut- east.
AT BUREAU JUNC with hraoch, for Hen
ry, Larcre, Chillicothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with aJl lines East, North and
TIIROUGn TICKETS to all Eastrn cities,
Tia this line, can Lo procured, and at.y infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at tho
ticket ofUce of the company, 1.3 Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at tin principal ticket offices
along tbe Hoe of tho u. l l u.
Daffsras:e Clieckrtl Tlirniigli In nil
l'rlucliial Kteri Foiiitx.
Oen'l Pas'r Ap't,
J. H. LACEY,
Going East orSouth from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R., should take thi
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And secure tor thtmsslves tbe choice of Six
Popular Routes from
Atchison to Chicago and St. Lonis,
AU mating P.elial!e Connections and being
Eqnippd with Palc "Dxj and Sleeping Can.
All d-I-y and Inconvenience arrlrins; from
Ferries and transfers can be avoided Writ of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticket! via
ATCIIISO.X and the ATCH1VJN A
Direct and Heltable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. R. B. for the
tlrcat Arkansw Yallcj & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points In
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tia
LINCOX & ATCHISON
W. F. WHITE
Oen'l Pass. Ag't,
UNTIL 1'OU HAVE
: llcw reservoir:
i S WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASONS
J lir thev will do Tourwork.
Quick and Easv,
Chea and Clean.
Theyarechepest to buy.
They are host to u;e.
They lute ermly and quickly.
Their o;f ration it perfect,
They have always a Rood draft.
They arc inaileoriUebc.stniaterlal
They roast erfectlr.
They require but Utile fuel.
They are very low priced.
They are easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
CB E?ecy atOTeguaranteedtogiesatUfacttoa
Or 8acar-CoaXcIt Concentrated,
Root and Herbal Jalce, AntU
BIlIonsGranalcB. TIIE "LITTLE
GIANT" CATHARTIC, or Mill tun.
la Parvo Physic.
Tho novelty of modem Medicli. Chnlal and
Pharmaceutical Science No u.c of any locket
taking th- larse. repulsive and cauxeous pilN",
co-ipocdof cheap, crude, and balky snredienti,
tthcu sa can by a c-reful application of .chemical
fcicace. extract all the cathartic and other moll
tins! properties from Uio moat aiuabio roote ami
herb J, ana concentrate them into a tninato Gran
nie, scarcely larger than a intiNtnril
ecJ that can be re-dlly e wallow c-d by thoeoi
tba mosteensl'iro etomachs find'fa.-tidloua tastt.3.
Eacaliule Purgatlvu I'cliet rcprcfent. in a
miKt concentnteil form, as much cathartic power
as Is embodied in any of thcHinjo pills found for
sate in the drcr shop. KtDJn- their wonderful ca
Uurtic powerTm proiortlorr to their fize, people
who hue not tried them nro apt ti pnppvo that
they are hann or ilm-tic tn effect. Irat such is not
at all the ca-v, he ditrercut active aedtclnal prin
ciples of v.h'.ch they are composed bein;: ao bar
raanized and mudilled. one iiy tho others, an tu
produce a mot toarrliliiir ami thor
tSOO Ucwarrt l-thcrchypfTcrcil by iho pro
prietor or ,heo Pellet. ) any chemlft who,
upon analysis, vlll find in them nnj Calomel cr
other forms cf menury u any other xal'M-ral
care Is .-eqalred while um them. They ope
rate ilhout dlatnrlunce to tho constitution, diet,
or occupation. r'orJaunillvc. Headache.
C'otiHtipatloii, Inipuro Itlood, Pain
in tho Nlioultlor, TlRhlitCHH ot tho
C'hcHt, Dizziiic-x, Suur Uructatlono
ot tho Mumaeh, Uad tasto tn
uiotith, IlllloiKS nttuck-. Pain In
rt-sioit of Kitlneyb. Internal I'erer,
Itluutvtl fecliiiR nliont Stomach,
Ituxh or Itlood to Head, Illgh Col
ored Urine, I'liwoclallllty atinl.
Gloomy ForchodlnisH, tako Br.
In explanation of tho remedial power of my Tur-
fitlve Pellet. o erf o preat n va.-lcty of di3C9je
wish t nay that the I r net I on upon tho
animal economy Is nnlvoraal, not a.
gland or tlHhuoeicaii use their nana
tlvo linircKi. Ao does not Impair tbcra;
their eutr-ci'-tlns"--l heln enclosed In g!s
b-ittle. pn-'erothtIrirtiics unimpaired for any
len-ih or time, in any climate, eo thai they are ai-w-T
frli and reliable, which 1. not tho ca-
with the pili found iu the dru? (tore, put np la
cheap ood or pate-bcanl Nixes. Recollect that
fira'l i!ii"ics wbore a Jaiatlve, Altera
tlio or Pnrcativo l Indicated, thece litllo
I'.HtH ;li pio the uut perfect vatiifaction tr
ail who UfC them.
Tliey nro Mild hy nil niterprtslng;
Dru(;Isti at cent- u bottle.
Do not allow any iirusgist to Indnce yort lo
late anjthiu ' eli that Lu nny fay Is Just ni
pood as my Pcllelo lecauo ho rnated a larcei
profit on Hint whi'h ho recommend. It yoar
dni'it cannot nipply them, encloso 3 ccuU
andftccctve tbetn ri-tnrii mail rrom
c i'.i-7:-v j:j.,JVoiiV,
UUFFALO. N. I.
H sssW '
SB.------L-1 k SBB-i
ASK FOll PYLE'S
BAKING SODA !
T X-NT TJ8E
Sold by Pumlt, Meyer A I-ianlceand Whitney,
lUuscrman A Co.
East India Goods,
213 and I5 FRONT STRKET
San Franci - California.
VLA.T TE VALLEY
Samuel C. Smith,
U. P. R. R. LANDS,
Colu2abus, - Hob,
Government Lands Located!
U. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms and Town Cols, for
ON LONG TIME!!
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