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BY THE AUTHOR OF "SHIP AHOY !"
"TREASURE 1XUXTERS," &C
"It's only Tom Norris dreaming
about bull-fights in Spain," I said,
hastily drawing on some clothes;
but though I spoke in tones of cre
dence; and could hear some one
moving up-sUtirs, I was far from
Lastly, I struck a light, and open
ed the door, just as one was opened
"Anything the matter, old fel
low?" "Anything the matter; old fel-
1 no. oil
These two questions crossed on
the way up and down.
"I thought you were queer!"
"I thought you were queer!"
These remarks too crossed; and
then we took council for a moment
and listened, for all was perfectly
"Well, I'll go down and see," I
said; for that was absolutely neces
sarv, though I confess I did not like
I had hardly uttered the words
before there came up, evidently
from the studio, a sound as of the
window liug rattled furiously,
then a hand was beating at it evi
dently, and before we could reach
the door the whole house was filled
with the most dismal howl, that
sounded hardly human. And again,
in an instant
"Help, help! Oh, pray, help!"
"This is arum start," said Tom
Norris, as I unlocked the door and
threw it open; when we entered to
gether, and I held up the light above
I have seen strange sights, but
that was one of the most strange ;
for there, half strangled, and with
starting eyes, was the head of a man
apparently being guillotined by the
window-sash, which had fallen right
across his neck, holding him secure
ly there, so that it was impossible to
I could read at a glance how it
happened, for the broken sash lines
hung dWnJni the room. The fel
low had ioreetirback the catch and
had thrown up the window to get
in, when, in a most inopportune
moment for him, the lines had
snapped, letting the heavy one
framed sash fall fortunately for the
scoundrel upon his shoulders, or
it must have been his death. As it
was, he had wriggled and struggled
hard, striving in vain to free him
self, till the sash resttd upon his
neck where It glided down more
tightly; and, as his efforts grew
weaker and his hands impotent to
hold It up, he hung thjre securely
trapped, with nothing left for him
to do but to howl for help.
"Well, you're a pretty sort of a
scoundrel, you are," said Tom, cool
"" "For Heaven's sake, sir, let me
go ! Oh, pray, sir' let me out, and
I'll never do so again. I shall die
"And a precious good jobj too,"
said Tom. "We could get qx very
we! without hqrghrs,"
"But please, sir," said the poor
wretch, In stifled tones, "I ain't took
"How many pah. have you got
"Oh, sir, 's true as goodness, sir,
only two, sir; and the cowards cut,"
sir, as soon as they saw me here
hooked it like two palr'o sneaks,
sir; but only let me get out, sir,
E lease, sir, and I'll blow on 'em
oth, sir. O-h-h-h !"
Here the poor wretch uttered such
a howl that I ran to the window.
"Xo, no, let him be," said Tom,
coolly. "He won't hurt. I'll see
to him. You go and tell them up
stairs that we've caught the. scoun
drel, and they need not be afraid."
I ran and performed the task, and
came back to find Tom arranging
the light so that it fell upon the bur
I'TTmln'f vrn rutf tor Arttrr 1i?ti In
and tie him hand and foot?" Isaid.
"Yes, presently," said Tom, cool
ly ; "but I haven't done with him
"Oh !" groaned the burglar in a
"Now look here, young fellow,"
said Tom, giving him a sharp oufT
on the ear, "stop that row, please."
"But I can't breath, governor; 's
true as goodness, I can't."
'"Tis rather tight," said Tom,
putting his hand to the fellow's
neck. "What do you say ?" he con
tinued turning to me. "Shall we
press the sash down hard and put
him out of his misery?"
The poor wretch half screwed his
head round to gaze at the speaker.
"What!" he shrieked hoarsely,
"you cowards, murderme, will you?
and vou call yourselves "
The speech was cut short by Tom
dabbing a great oily painter's cloth,
gag-like, against the fellows mouth.
"Xow, look here," said Tom.
"You make another sound, or so
much as a move, and I'll squeeze
your throat with that sash. Here
stick this book under edgewise, so
as to ease his neck a little. There
that will do. Xow, hold on, my lad
and be quiet."
The fellow clung convulsively
with his hands on the sill, his eyes
rolling horribly as they followed
Tom Norris movements,mj curios
ity being moved to the utmost,
"What are you going to do?" 1
"To do?" said Tom, catching up
a board, brush, and some Indian
ink; "take him, of course. What
model could ever do that so natural
ly ? Make your hay my boy, while
the sun shines."
"But that distorted face! Oh,
come, Tom, let's have in the police,
and hand him over."
"No, my boy, not if I know it
Too great veneration for uy art"
And he went on painting away.
"But of what good ?"
"What good? Why my der
boy, where are your eyes? A Span
ish malefactor in the garrote ! Titus
Oates in the pillory ! Splendid ob
jects both of them. You keep him
quiet, and if I get a good sketch, I
could almost forgive him and let
I kept the poor wretch quiet
though he groaned heavily, and
must, I am sure, have suffered no
light punishment Then Tom
painted away with the rapidity of a
finished hand; but at one and the
same moment the burglar sai i faint
ly, "I can't stand this much longer,
governor; praj let me go," and a
heavy knock at the front door.
I opened to the police who had
been summoned by MUly from the
front window; and when the two
men entered zay studio their satis
fied, grim expression was n telling
that Tom wanted to make another
that was not done, and
he was satisfied with that which he
had made, helping merrily to drag
In our prisoner, while I held up the
h oa vy sash.
"Well, sir, all I can say is," said
the sergeant, as he fitted on the
handcuffs to the shivering wretch's
wrist, "if you set that there trap to
ketch burglars, it was very clever;
only," he continued, rather con
temptnously, as he glanced round
the bare studio, "I don't see no
I think I need say so more than
that her majesty is to provide lor
oar captive for some years to come;
and that Tom Norris made a realty
telling Spanish picture, almost
equal to a Philip, of a Spanish male
factor in the garrote said picture,
nobly framed, being now in the
gallery of a celebrated connoisseur,
who refuses double the sum he gave
As for the burglars, their gang
was broken .op, for our friend did
turn Queen's evidence; and our
pleasant district has enjoyed a do
mestice peace, which I trust may
An Exciting Foot-Eace in the
The Eureka, Nevadaentinel cf
June 16, gives the following inter
sting details of an exciting foot
race by the crack runners of that
town : Not at all satiated with the
programme of amusements offered
to the public during the past week,
the foot-race on Sunday drew a Targe
concourse of people in the vicinity
of the corner of Buel and Clark
streets, to witness the runners in the
race from the rear of the Comer Sa
loon to the summit of the mountxin
and return. The novelty of the race
made it the more attractive, and va
rious were the speculations among
the witnesses as to who the fortunate
winner of the race would be. At 4
o'clock, Joe Crapp mounted a dry
goods box, and, surrounded by his
clerks, commenced'tbe sale of pools.
At the onset the Shoshone warrior,
a lineal descendant of the abori
gines, was first choice, and held his
position, with but few exceptions, in
favor of .Murphy, throughout
These two were great favorites with
the sports, who appeared to have a
sure tning of winning, and many,
taking their judgment, fell eager
victims to misplaced confidence. At
C o'clock nearly one-half of the pop
ulation of the town were on the
grounds, and amidst the yelling
and howling of the gamins that are
always to be found in force on such
occasions, all of those entered for
the contest appeared on the grounds
save Waters, who for some reason
did not show up. Those ready for
the start, nine in number, were M.
O. Murphy, Michael McLaughlin,
Teddy Smith, Dunlap, W. Math
ews, Antonio Ybarra, Indian Pete,
the Shoshone warrior, and the Un
knownthe latter being Alf.
Chartz of this office. Some difficul
ty was experienced in clearing the
road sufficiently to allow the run.
ners to pass, but in a short time all
was announced as being in readi
ness, and, at the word, the contest
ants started like a pack of scared
wolves in their emulous strife for
superiority the petjof the sports, in
a flamiug.sult of red, leadingJhe
van at terrific 'speed. Half way up
he was twenty-tive yards ahead of
all; Charz second, rapidly gaining,
and Matthews third, with the rest
In the rear. McLaughlin, Murphy
and one other, seeing their efforts to
win were futile, 'stopped, and the
race was now between the first
three. As the Indian ascended the
steep bluff and reached the
crest of the mountain top, where
tbp fiag was planted, a deafening
yell arose from below. Chartz, the
Unknown.was but a second behind,
and turned the flag as the Shoshone
started for the return. Bounding
from rock to rock, like antelopes flee
ing for life,tWiwo men commenced
the desoent,but as the Indian struck
the shell rock he tripped and fell;
instantly on his feet, he again lost
his balance, this time sustaining in
juries that prevented his further
running, and Pete, another Indian,
passing his prostrate form, took sec
ond position in the race. Down the
mountain side, at terrific bounds
came 'the Unknown, the deafening
cheers of the multitude on the
streets below greeting the con
queror as he came; and the shrill
echoes, reverberating from the
nooks and crevices of ihe rocks
above, were hurled back In defiant
tones, until the scene presented a
perfect pandemonium. Looking
back and perceiving those in tho
rear were too lar distant to reach
him, Chartz slackened his pace a
little, and reached tne home stake
in the remarkable time of six min
utes and a quarter, leaving hU near
est adversary 100 yards behind.
The time made Js the more remark
able when the course over which
the race was run is taken into con
sideration, being up a mountain
side at an elevation of 600 feet above
the starting point, and a distance of
nearly three-quarters of a mile, over
the greater portion of which the
passage is obstructed by the innu
merable broken fragments of the
rocks. Those who had bought the
winner at from two dollars to fifty
cents, reaped a handsome harvest,
the cognoscenti to a man losing
heavily. It was at first supposed
that the Indian, who had fallen in
the descent, had seriously injured
himself, but on coming down the
hill it was ascertained that he was
only stunned, and, as he expressed
it, "heap sick." Afrer the race, a
dispute arose as to the giving up of
the money, but the judges selected
to arbitrate the matter decided that
Chartz won the first money and In
dian Pete the seoend, the former
share being two-thirds of the purse
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. 21 00
j Bar tin
do do do ir hall cants
do do do in 250 E cask-
Sheet 34 to 35 inchn per sheet.
xmners soldav (extra rennea.
do do No. 1
do do roofing ,,., ,
First quality, Knmbers IC to
do do do y5
do do do 2G
do do do x7
Charcoal, both sides smotbe
oo Jo :.
do do :
do do 27
do do 27-
Ruasia perfect 7 to li
do No. I, "'"-
Lam than lull bundles, add cse cent.
'-"American im-dt-t'n Kuala, all No.
tu xu Donates, la one test.
No. 14 to 90.
do 21 to 84
do acta S3.
Full bundles discount IS per cent.
j-viera S to 9
do 30 to U B.
:, 14 ana IC or.
Planished. 14 and IS oz
Sm. 7, -ad , Planhed
r"fr w""" ....
Sas. 0 to S M
-Has. UvU 17 18
STEELE JOHNSON 538-540 14Tn ST.
CLARK --FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PIJNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN GALLAGHER, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN it CO., 247
J. J. brown bro., Cor. 14th and
Uranulated pr lb
Powdered do ,
Rat cut loaf do .
Standard A do
Circle A do .
Yellow C do .
X O choice do
" .1 UY
Rio choice pr lb
do prime do
do good do
O G Java-."
Common pr gallon
Uoud do .
Choice do . ..
do S O moUsscs .
M Weak A Co.
M. Weak A Co
Black goods, Western .....
do do Virginia ..
do do Lorrilard'...-
Brijht do do do ....
do do Virginla-
California peach per pound
do apples du
Mate do do
New cunants. - .
,.2 80a3 0)
.. 4 50a5 73
bl ckberries. ...
raisins, per box .
swcdless nlslns, per pound.
New in barrels .
pound canMver'soys ers, per case.
1 do do do do do
2 do do William' do do .
2 do do peaches pe." case
3 do do do do ....
2 do do tomatoes du ....
2 do do do do . ...
Cora, Trophy per case ,
51 24 V)
. 2 JOai 75
. 4 Ojat 25
. 4 75 00
. 6 75a7 W
. 3 VkZ 75
. 5 73aS0U
. 4 75a5 SO
do mniow uo
Oolon s. per pound .........
Young II vson, per pound.
Gunpowder, do do
Sow Flake, (Wells A Nleman).
XXXX Iowa CI' y
Call romla ......
QiBiiies, heavy weight..
i 75s5 10
1 35al 41
lips, lour buohel.
.In baff. Amoske? A .
' .0 do Ludlow a a-.
tmegs, Pen aog bet,per pound
CI., vet do do
Alspice do do .
Cinamon bark do d .
M. S r5 00
La Boquet .
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14Ui Street.
Half barrel sacks 2 j0
J. SCHOONiViAKER & SON
rsopmirroRS or tiik
Manufacturers of Strictly Pure
White Lead, Red Lithar.e
Puttj, Co!o Dry and iu Oil.
PORE YERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
tVe guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White Lead to be frt-e from impurities, and
will pay SO in gold for every ounce of adul
jaxs'ion found in this pirkare.
tutrT3in J. M.'HOONMAKER A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OR LEAD PESCILS:
Gold Medal of Pro?res3, Vienna,
First Premium Cincinnattl Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium Lrooklj- indus
trial Exposition, 1S73.
For -amples or information address the
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleeveland, Pres't
m72m JEESEY CITY. N J.
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
Tbe Shortest aud omly Direct
1 vte froni
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points in
SOUTHERN IOWA k XXES0T A.
PULIAIAS PALACE SLEEPISG CAEi
On all night trains via this route.
1. At TJ. P. Transfer with Cnion Pacific
Pailroad for Omaha.
At Council Blu -rith ansas City, St.
Joe and Council HlaSs T.n i lar St. Juis
and all points south.
S. At Missouri Valley irith the Chicago and
2orth estern railvay lor Chicago and all
4. At ui dtr vrith Sioux City and St.
FauL Illinois Central and DaVota aoutbern
raQroadj. Steamers lor Upper Missouri Hi ver,
during navigation, and with stages for all
points in the Korthres
-. At Blair with Omaha and Sbrlhwestern
.Tl . . i il f.mmM t.. .. ... V. ... J .
1 6. At Frnont, Nebraska, -ith the Union
( -aaiiC railroad lor all points vest and the
At Wisner vith stsces for KarflV and all
I points In ortliem Kebrast .
mcteta lor sale in Uago aid 2crtb--restern
- aaro vour tlcteti read -via S.C4P.
X. BTEKETT, Snp't.
F. C HiT.T.S, Gen. Ticket A
GEO. W. GEATTAK,
0 t. Agent, Oa .
CHICAGO & NORTH WES'N
The Popular Route from
O J-vl -A. -EEC A.
Chicago and the East !
Onlv X)ircct Routo
Croist, I'rsiricDu llileii. Iuuha,
St f-ul.Uulutti, Jalri lllr, U, iki
ha, Urccts t.a,. Kai Inc. Mn oit"
Polut. Vrrtoii, LIishIi, t tin
DuLar, JinilUou nitil 31lltaukce.
It Being the Suor.cst and FUstComoIeted Ian
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
Contant tuip'ov. ia n hav taken phvj in
the w.y of reducing lna.lr, au.l pljviug iron
with steel I I -, adu.uj to iu lulling stocL.
new and hleant
DAY nnd HI.Ki:iMX C.VKs
Equipped with lhe"Vf;itigWu-eAlr lSraxe"
and "aliller Plattorm," establishing comiotln
Lleand commodious Hating liouM.oll.riiiall
tbe comforts of traveling Iteaw can piuduce.
From to IO Kat Express Tra us run each
way daily over the various line ol tins road,
thus securing to the traveler ieleitiug this
route sure and certain couucctious In any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION', for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and jmiuta reaihod via
Sioux Citv an.1 Pacific railroad.
ATRA0 JUXCriON for Fort Djdge,
DesMoiDes, Ottawa and Keokub.
AT MARSHAiXforst. Paul, MmnrajK) i.
Duluth, and nortuwetern poiiiu.
AT LEDAK RaPJD- for Waterloo. C?dar
Falls, I harles Citr, Kurlington ami M laHiis.
ATCLIXION f.rDuhuque, Dun Villi, Prai
rie du Chieu, La Crosse, and all points on tbe
Chicsgo, Clinton and Dubuque, ud Chicago,
Dubuque and Mlouoota railruadi
AT FULTON lor Freeport, Ruine Milwau
kee and all pointaln Wiacuu.in.
AT CHICAGO with all raUway Unm lewling
Tkrwac- -ekcU to all eatWn dtlcs vis this
Uaaea-b rroemraJ, aad any infant at en ch
Ulutiminilll RooU!, Ratss, etc, tit the
CM-paay'f aAea, tit Farnaam wtrevt, Oaislta,
am--te M tto iipl t'J alsog m
-rHpfr-knke---fe-it bl yAsHyit
Vt.! runt1! 1 fl. '-in. Bap'l.
J. M. LACST, a J. -DDT,
TW4-'t,Ulie. (i'I Aft Di.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluns R. R
' Is the only dire lice to
ST. O TjI 3
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
XO CHANGE . ur between Orasoa ao-J St.
Louis ana b :toic lietweep ttMAlIA
auu V YOKK.
This th Only oe running a
1'UI.I. T. SLEKPI.VO CHI KWT
KHOM OMAHA, O.V AUUIV.U.
UV THE U.MU.V IMCII-'IC
"Passensers taking othei rvtts ae a
disagrutable transfer at tne hirer Matiuu.
PASSEXUEK TI!AI. UXII.Y!
EATTEBV A5D WB3TEES OITIES
With less Changes and In sJrtsee el o4br
This Entire Liae ise-iuti,i,l with '
Pullman's PalaceSIeejiag Cars, j
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars, '
Miller'- Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated We-tinsbouse
BVy that your tickets rtad v
Katiias t'ilj-, S . Jim'ji'i ti. i'ountil
11a Omaha and St. IjouU.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Isrnhaui
streets, and U. P. IVpot, Omaha.
GEO L. '.'RADBPRY,
Oeft'l A rent.
, F. CAKNAKD,
A. C. PAWLS
Ocn'l Pes. Art ,
O TRAINS DAILYH
EVE ST. LOCIS WITH
Pullman PaUicc Cars
THE0UGH t7ITH0DT CHA5Q2
-,. - - .
NEW T O ?, EL
ArriTil of Traha froa tie 'rTest
ONLY OXS CUANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston i
nTT-iTr-7irpr; Ar-ror.-let the I
Al01JLi-LO Coinin'fc UlSrr,
ji.k. ciiruir roonn a t immut I'll!.
Kf.Loui-, and at tlie Prluclj.-l lUtll
wy OOm In trie "West.
CHAS. BAECOC-, C C P.rsfX'
b-them Pass. Ajf't. West n P. Aft.
Daixas. Texas. Kansas tirr.
JOX E. SIMPSON. CUA5 E. fXLETT,
Gea'l ?ct-. Occ'l Pxis. Ag't.
a Kf Ix-IAXSPOLIS. bx. Lot'ts.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
Ta.os. Mills ft Bro
M 31-saIds. Ice C.-ea
No- 1301 &. 1303 Xorth 3slii 1
Proprietors: 1 sTASUsr ISS.
jHOKis mit.t, l
Geo. . UnAJi, f "XATALOO DE5 SENT
An xPJir-o.J j npocrppUatisn.
i t, .
Chicago, Hock Island
and Pacilie 11. E.
I THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
jO-LUIA TO CHICAGO
1 AND THE EAST,
I Vu DUoin-!iinJ nd.
I All I'.Kepger Trains arc equipped with the
1 M?TIN.!116USK ITKT AtK ilRlkKMaud
Mi:!ir'Pcui safety Platform and Coupler.
'J Fast Eircs Trains Leave Dallr,
, onncctlng asfoKows:
! AT I5 MOINES with the l) Moines Valley
j Railroad, lor Oskalousj, Otlutuwa, Keokuk
and M. Lonii.
! AliKl.SKLL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all oiuls north to 5U Paul.
AT WCar LIllEUTV with lhe Burlincton.
t'vlar ipids A Minmvota lUUroJj, for
Burilngtou, Celar liapids, Dubuque A .St.
1-aul. At WILTON JUXCriON with the
Nmi;-lVnUrti icaoch, for Muscatiur,
WaIiinsioi and all pulnu south.
AT I VV.!1tr xhh tu lacnport A .
'a I IU.Iro.vl for o nts north.
AT .. iC MAM with the Western Union
Ka IrtKbl iir Frvcput, Beloit, Hacln, Mil
aake au.1 a.lpolulsiu uorlheru I liuuis
and Wim; mm.
j At KiH.K Is-UVSD with tbe Itocklord, Pk
' ls.'a.l and M. IuU Railroad for St. Louis
ami points otitli.
AT ROCK IalVM with the PeorU - Hock
Iilam lllio'l for l'eorla ant point cast.
AT UUi:iU JUXC . w,th brach. for lltu-
v. Lnvr. Cltillivth anl l'rorii.
AT U .-A1.I.K with the Illinois Central Rail-
rul for iints tioit hand mih.
j AT CHICAGO withaH lines t, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eat. rn cities,
ia :hN lln. can ! proeuml. aud at y Infor
i matioa obtainni, couceruln points, at the
I tn let otHi-v of tlwcumpanr, IU Farnhitii St.,
1 Oumki. atHlsbuiat the priiicial ticket onlccs
, along tho hoc ol the U 1. I K
I Itass" 'licckrfl Tliroiih to nil
I I'rliu-lj.al Hntrrn I'u.iUn.
, A M. SMITH, H. I!IOfLE.
Uoa'l Pa'r Ag't t.en'l up;t
' thuago. Chb-xgo.
J. II. LACEY, . 8 8TF.VKS,
J Ticket Agent, Ga'l W UrnAg't
- 23U U-Ua Omaha.
tro';r;ctcr of tlw
Depot for the sale of Lis
B EArT DIES
M. 3:BIj,ER c Co.,
Corner of Bat.ery and Washington Sts. t
ALrx. J. LBMtJT.
xath'i. a. m;n0Ht.
ivji. it licrxos
Jas. o. uvxE-
ST. LOOK TOBACCO WORKS.
Qilt, HihISOH & CO.,
rsfartarers of every ar
2TiG Out Ch.OT?7iig
AMI MIOK l.VG
Our Special Brands:
MOST AN A.
q ,j j. pQr
ill GnrTobiccos Strictlj IVarautcd.
j Cor. Second c Vina Streets,
St. ox.if3 IVo.
' Going East or South from Omaha
AadPwatf nV. P.K.U., thoH tike th
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
AnJ smic r thrzeasives tbe thoiee ol Sir
AloIoa to Cln?o and St. Loais,
AH latklac EtUaUe Connections and being
"yptd Tki Pikes 1)27 :d Eleeplc Cars.
AH 4. y sn-l ioooavnlenee arrivinr frost
rrrier. Xr-AtnU-rt ena bo avosded W est of
Osisgo and at. Lu-is by securing Tickets via
ATCIIISOS and ATCIIXS'JX &
Direct aad Ill-Ue Connections are also made
Great A5-ts5 Yallcj S: Colorado,
Anii. itb all Hes running twnth to points in
buu&fcrn naas d tbr Indian Territory.
Ask lor Tickets via
ZsIXCOZ. c ATCHISON
l. F "WUITE
O'ul I . At-
1) A V 5 m DITyf
a U L L, .A?.."
4 S WE H WE TWELVE t.OOD RE.VSON3
V. why thev will doyourwork.
Quick and Easv,
Cliea) and Clean.
They arecbepcit to buy,
Thty are U-si to U'e,
The base evmly and quickly,
Ttieiro (ration is wrfect,
3 They have always a good draft,
- The) areiiiaileofiliehotiiiaterlal
'I hey roast wrfectlr,
f They require but Utile fuel,
w Tuer are verv low uru.!.
1 hey ars easily mauageJ.
Thay areuit-l to all loltie-i.
Exseiior lan?i Co.,
ST. LOUIS, HO.,
' AIL ROGER'S,
Or Ssar-Coa:ctI, Concentrated,
noeC and nerbal Juice, Ami
imiou Granules. TiIK"L.ITTLi:
CIA-NT" CATILinTlC or Xtultum
Iu Parro Physic
Tho novelty of modem Mdlc, Cheaical and
Pharmaceutical S.ir..e No ox of any longer
L!n thd arg npi-alve and naoous pills,
composed cr tiicap. ci .de and balky Ingredient,
wheuwocan byac-'el app.ication of chemicsl
(tiericc. citrac all the cathartic and other rati
csl properties from the raot talualna root and
herb, ana concentrate thc Into a minute Gran
ule, scarcely larger tlintt a inuttaril
sce, thst'sn be readily tu allowed by thesoct
the doitscnti'ivs ftocucht simI fartidlous t'p.
Ei; nnuli l'tirtintlvo I'd lot represents. In a
isivtconeentnituil fornt. as uch c-thanlc powr
as Is cmhl el In any of the largo pills found for
rile In the Urc shops From their vr onderfLI e.
Liirt.c power ta pro-wrtioti io their sUe. peocle
who haie m' tried then are apt to rnppc that
ttu-y are hir3 tirdraticm effect, bnt suchlsct
at all the civ. the dinVrent actitu aedic.tal pr'.a
c pies of -hich they are colpoeU Le'os so bar.
nonued and nod. led. one by tho others, as to
projuce a mot noarrhlnar and thor.
otizti,Tei tjctHly idRIuilly opcrutln-c-atuurtl.'.
S50O Ilcvraril U iiere'iy oCered hytha pro-ji-ietor
of he I'eUt. to a'iy cheralrt who,
cpon analyei. trill C d la them an Comeltr
other fons cf Ciircury 01 any otiicr isxrat
care Is .vqulri-d while UMii. them. 'l"hey co
rate w ithout dietnrbanco t J tho conrtitntion, diet,
or occn pal ion. For Jaumlicc, Ileadaelir,
C'ouatipatioii, lmpiiro lllood, I'ain
111 tho Miouldcrx, YiK '(iickh of tlio
CbcKt, DUzlnei., S'jttr Uructatlonw
of tho Momacli, Had taato Sit
.noutli, Hllloux attack, fain lu
ri'ulou of Kidneys, Internal ferer,
Itluatcd feeling about Stumich,
ItUfli of Itlood to Head. Illicit Col
ored Lritic, ( iioclah,llliy nd
Cloorar f-'orcbodlnjcs, tako IJr
Slerce'HPleaatitIttrtatIvoI,cIlri la expiana-i-aif tlic rem. dial prwer or my T cr-
fitivu I't.li 'sotcrtu fr- 't n va. u ty of diseases,
wUhtobsythst their aetlou upon tho
aiilutul cronosi) ! milvor-al, not.
Klaiid or lluo fxcaplnu thelrsaua
tlve Imiirtk. As Ax not impair thw
their ru-'sr ru-Uaiard U'i emlooed ia gti?
l-Ules pf-fne their irtr.es unimpaired for any
les-th( In-". i-taiyc'.3-e imthsithcyare ai
tri.s f"!i and f'J,'l. h 'h i Dot tho cao
with the iU Itaxnl in fw dnuj r tore, pat np la
cbesp -1 or pate-tx, ml tx)l'. R.tiollect that
l.Tc'i lieas wfore n I.nxatlar, Altrra
tltc or I'ursatlse M l-Hl.'-atmJ. thei lituo
1'. .1 H w li r " t-u kjt x.zici.t tatlicUcu to
all wfco uk -co.
They r.re nId hy nil rntrrprislng
Druggi-tri at J cmit4u bottle.
Do not allow any ilrarit to Injure yiyi to
lake inythui el that I rosy say lajun. ai
poxl r.s ay Pell- lxiacse ho makes a U-'i
proHt on that wlu'! b recavTid. 'f y.zt
i dnH3rit csanot i 1ly th. it. erche S3 cen'i
a J tcectM thm y n-rom j i frn
. V. J'lJ:'JS, M. It , J-mjr,
BUFFALO. X. ;
ASK FOll PYLES
BAKING- SODA !
cja7 IKT TT3-3
Sold by PandL Meyer A Eiasleand 'Wltyt
iuserinan A Co.
East India Goods,
213 and 213 FCIOXT STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. H. R. LANDS,
Coliz-aibus, - 2Teb.
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold!
Inprarjed Fcrni? and Totth EolsJTor
ON LONG- TIME I J
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