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andiUustrated with Several Thousand
Engrarlngs and Haps.
TH woTkoriginIyWnndti. tide
Cl JW,a4SSe whttaaVto wide
completed In 1863, , JJed in mil prU of
M ' 7, anhe signal developments
HiHfiSn Plln erery branch of
which to'ffiV hire induced the
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Z f&Srnlh revision, and to Issue m new
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,ZTin every department ot knowledga baa
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JirhXmooVeri'ora, and their
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IT SHOULD BEVERT TO ME.
i At thp same time ' he had ad
ded, "it's only fair to say that 1
don't think of dying jost yet, old
fellow, and I don't know of any
thing elsethat would part the cub
Two months alter this conversa
tion, as I was turning over the
morning's mail at my office in San
Francisco, I noticed a letter bearing
Sylvester,s familiar hand. But it
was post-marked 'Stockton," and I
opened It withsome auxiety at once.
Its contents were as follows:
O Fbaxk! Don't you remember
what we agreed upon about the
baby? "Well, consider me as dead
for the next six months, or gone
where cubs can't follow me, East.
I know you love the baby; but do
you think, dear boy, now really,
do you think, you could be a father
to it? Consider this well. You are
young, thoughtless, well-meaning
enough; but dare you take upon
yourself the functions of guide, ge
nias, or guardian, to one so young
and guileless? Could you be the
Mentor to this Telemachus? Think
of the temptations of a metropolis.
Look at the question well, and let
me know speedily; for I've got him
as far as this place, and he's kicking
up an awful row in the hotel-yard,
and rattling his chain like a ma
niac. Let me know by telegraph at
t S ("if nmimo he's trrown a lit
tle, and doesn't take things away as
quietly as he did. He dropped
rather heavily on two of Watson's
"purps" last week, and snatched
old Watson himself bald-headed,
1 -- -
"Watson: for an intelligent man, he
knows very little of California tauna.
How are you fixed for bears on
Montgomery street, I mean in re
gard to corrals and things? S.
P. P. S. He's got some new
tricks. The boys have been teach
ing him to put up his hands with
them. He slings an ugly left. S.
I am afraid that my desire to pos
sess myself of Bi by overcame al
considerations, and I telegraphed
an affirmative at onco to Sylvester.
When I reached my lodgings late
that afternoon, my landlady was
awaiting me with a telegram. It
was two lines from Sylvester:
All right Baby goe3 down on
night-boat. Be a father to him. S.
It was due, then, at 1 o'clock that
night. For a moment I was stag
gered at my own precipitation. 1 I
had as yet made no preparations,
had said nothing to my landlady
about Jier now guest I expected
to arrange everything in time; and
now, through Sylvester's indecent
haste, that time had been th,QHpned
Somothing,hovover must be done
at once. I turned to Mrs. Brown.
I had great reliance in her maternal
instincts; I had that still greater re
liance, common to our sex, in. the
general tender-heartedness of pretty
women. But I confess I was
alarmed. Yet with a feeble smile,
I tried to introduce the- sulu'ect
wjtb, plassjoal case und lightness. I
even said: "If Shakspearo's Athen
ian clown, Mrs. Brown, believed
that a lion among ladies was a
dreadful tiling, what must "
But here I broke down, for Mrs.
Brown, with the awful intuition of
her sex, I saw at once was more
occupied with my manner than my
speech. So I tried a business brus
querie, and, placing tho telegram in
her hand. said. h.urrled.ly, "We
must do 'something about this at
once. It'jsperfeotly absurd, but he
will be here at 1 to-night. Beg
thousand pardons, but business pre
vented my speaking before "
and paused, out of breath and cour
age. Mrs. Brown read. th.e telegram
gravely, lifted her protty eyebrows,
turned tho paper over and looked on
theother side, and then in
A REMOTE AND CIIILLINa VOICE,
asked me if she understood me to
say that the mother wa3 coming
"O, dear, no," I exclaimed with
considerable relief; "the mother
is dead, you know. Sylvester
That is my friend, wlio sent this
shot her when tho baby was only
three days old " But the expres
sion of Mrs. Brown's face at this
moment was so alarming that I saw
that nothing but the fullest ex
planation would save me. Hastily,
and I fear not very coherently, I
told her all.
She relaxed sweetly. She said I
had frightened her with my talk
about lions. Indeed, I think my
Dicture of poor Baby albeit a trifle
colored -touched her motherly
heart. She was even a little vexed
at what she called Sylvester's "hard
heartedness." Still, I was not
without some apprehension . It was
two months since I had seen him,
Sylvester's vague illusion to his
"slinging an ugly left" pained me.
I looked at sympathetic little Mrs.,
Brown, and the thoughtof Watson's
pups covered me with guilty con
fusion. Mrs. Brown had agreed to sit up
with me until he arrived. One
o'clock came, but no bavy. Two
o'clock three o'clock passed. It
I - - - - 1unt M WVvt-inw tHAMA T1 O It Tf I 11
clatter of horses' hoofs outside, and
wiiu a jern. u uguu biujjjjcu c. mc
door. In an instant! had opened
It nnrl nnnfmntorl n. stranrrpr. Al-
The stranger's appearance was, to
say the least, disconcerting. His
clothes were badly torn and frayed;
his linen sack hung from his shoul
ders like a herald's apron; one of his
bands was bandaged; his face
Bomtohed. and there Was no hat on
his disheveled head. To aud to the
cjenei al effect,- he had evidently
JlirtinrhtVoUof frnm li! rrw5 In firing
and he swayed from side to side as
had "suthln" forme outside. When
he had finished, the horses made
Mrs. Brown thought they must be
frightened at something.
"brightened!" laughed the stran
ger, with bitter irony. "Oh no!
hosses ain't frightened! Only rour
timesh comin' here. Oh no! No
body's frightened. Everythin's all
ri. Ain't it, Bill?" he said, addres
sing the driver. "On'y been over
board twish; knocked down anafch
way once Thash nothin'! On'y
two men unner doctor's ban's at
Stockton. Thash nothin?! Six
hunner do!larsh cover all dam
mlsh!" 5 was too much disheartened to
. 1 but moved toward the wagon.
The stranger eyed mefwith an aston
ishment that almost sobered him.
"Do you reckon to tackle that an
imile yourself? he asked, as he sur-
Tanul tyia fmm head tn tnnt-
I did not speak, but with an ap
pearance of boldness 1 was far from
feeling, walked to the wagon and
"All ri." Cash, loose them straps,
Bill, and stan' clear."
The straps were cut loose, and
Baby the remorseless, the terrible
quietly tumbled to. the ground,
unq, rolling to my side. .
I think the astonishment of the
two men wu beyond any vocal exs
preaeioD. Without word the-druo..
ken stranger got into the wagon and
And Baby ? He had grown, it is
true, a trifle larger; but he was thin,
and bore the marks of evident ill
usage. His beautiful coat was mat
ted and unkempt, and his claws
those Jbright steel hooks had been
ruthlessly pared to the quick. His
eyes were, furtive and restless, and
the old' expression of stupid good
humor had changed to one of intel
ligent distrust. His intercourse with
mankand had evidently quickened
his intellect without broadening his
I had great difficulty in keeping
Mrs. Brown from smothering him
with "blankets and ruining his diges
tion with the delicacies of her larder:
but I at last got him completely
rolled up in the corner of my room
and asleep. 1 lay awake some time
later with plans for his future. I
finally determined to take him. to
Oakland, where I liad built a little
cottage and always spent my Sun
days, the very, next day. And, in
the midst of a rosy picture of domes
tic felicity, I fell asleep.
When I awoke it was broad day.
Myeyes at once sought the corner
where Baby had been lying. But
he was gone. I sprang from the
bed, looked under it, searched tho
closet, but in vain. " The door was
still locked; but there were the
marks of his blunted claws upon
the sill of the window, that I had
forgotten to close. He had evident
ly escaped that way, but where?
The window opened upon the bal
cony, to which the only other en-
trauce was tnrougn me nan. ue
must be still in the house.
My hand was already upon the
bell-rope, but I stayed it in time.
If he had not made himself known,
why should I disturb the house? I
dressed myself hurriedly, and slip
ped iuto the hall. The first object
that met my eyes was a boot lying
upon the stairs. It boro the marks
of Baby's teeth ; and as I looked
along the hall, I saw too plainly
that the usual array of freshly black
ened boots and shoes before the
lodgers' doors was not there. As I
ascended the stairs I found another,
but with the blacking carefully
licked off. On the third floor were
two or three more boots slightly
mouthed; but at this point Baby's
taste for blacking had evidently
palled. A little farther on was a
ladder, leading to an open scuttle.
I mounted the ladder, and reached
the flat roof, that formed a continu
ous level over the row of houses to
the corner of the street. Behind
the chimney on tho very last roof
something was lurking.
IT WAS THE FUGITIVE BABY.
He was covered with dust, and dirt,
and fragments of glass. But he was
sitting on his bind legs, and was
eating an enormous slab of peanut
candy, with a look of mingled guilt
and infinite satisfaction. He even,
I fancied, slightly stroked his
stomach with his disengaged fore
paw, as I approached. He knew
that I was looking for him, and the
expression of his eye said plainly,
"The past, at least, is seoure."
I hurried hira, with the evidence
of his guilt back to tho scuttle, and
desoended on tip-toe to the floor be
neath. Providence favored us; I
met no one on the stairs, and his
own cushioned tread was inaudible.
I think he was conscious of the
dangers of detection, for he even
forebore to breathe, or much less
chew the last mouthful he had
taken ; and he skulked at my side,
with the sirup dropping from his
motionless jaws. I think he would
have silently choked to death just
then, for my sake ; and it was nt
until I had reached my room again,
and threw myself panting on the
sofa, that I saw how near strangu.
lation he had been. He gulped once
or twice, apologetically, and then
walked to the cornor of his own ac
cord, And rolled himself up like an
immense sugar-plum, sweating re
morse and treacle at every pore.
I locked him in when I went to
breakfast, when I found Mrs.
Brown's lodgers In a state of intense
excitement over certain mysterious
events of the night before, and the
dreadful revelations of tho morning.
It appeared that burglars had en
tered the block from the scuttles;
that, being suddenly alarmed, they
had quitted our house without cont
inuing any depredation, dropping
even the boots they had collected in
the halls; but that a desperate at
tempt had been made to force the
till in the confectioner's shop on the
corner, and that the glass show
cases had been ruthlessly smashed.
A courageous servant in No. 4 had
seen masked burglar, on his hands
and knees, attempting to enter their
scuttle; but on her shouting, "Away
wid yees J" ho instantly fled.
(2b be Continued.)
THE COMING STRUGGLE.
'Ike voters of our nation,
s ne' r was known before,
Arr rising from Pacific's stracd
To Atlantic's rocsy shore.
Why Is th s mighty change 7
What en the meaning be 1
The rising of the mas r
From northern lake to southern sea.
The spirit or old seventy-six
From out our heroes' era es
Forbids a nstion drenched in patriots' blood,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore,
Thoush obsolete long s'.nce,
Bemaln as -ver txe : not one cent for tribute,
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party Iiws
Are but as topes of saa.il.
The right of m-n tobtaman
Should govern Freedom's land.
The-i shiO our Flag mote proudly float
O'er laud as well as sea,
And n Uons yet unborn shall gladly grat
The emblem of Ue free.
In trade we'U try to d'al, -
As man should deal with man.
And wh le we seek t live ourselves,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can,
And if a hat Y"U need,
Or fries you chance to meet,
Bemeober Buuce, the Hatter,
On Upper DougUs Street.
MACISTER OF fHE 7" PARTED.
Ho- 498 10th Et, between Ftralaa & Harney.
Will by the aid of guardian spirit?, obtain
Oi any one a view of tue past, present and fu
ture. No fee charged in cases of sickness.
HfcRM AN T01BR1NCK,
ino. an uarnnam cstreet, i
Between Twellth and Tbineenth Streets,
ALL OltPEFS ATTENDED TO PRtiMPT
ly and executed in the most fashionable
style atTBepairing and cleaning a specialty,
and done In the best manner. hi vl-liu
Wood! Wood! Wood!
AT S. P. BRIG B' YARD, CORNER OF
14th and Chi ago Streets. Good Hard
Wood S7 00; Soft (5 00. Store Wood to sell
any Dumber of store Tery cheap. splStf
Q.K fii COA FEB DAY. Agents want
3 W $4, ed. All classes of working-
people of either aex, young or old, fnake
more money at work for us in their spare mo
menta or mil tfc ttm than at any thine else.
Addteaa STUiSON A Co., Portland, Maine
botStI H. OKIBC c. J. KASBACB.
(.REliE ft KASBACH,
15th st. between Farnham and arney sts.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BCCGIBa ABTB CARR1GI8.
Dealers In and manufacturers ot
PABTICtrLAR ATTESTIOS PAID TO
TBepairimn of wagons mod blaeksmithinr
Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
July 1, 1874. I
Tnere is no apparent change in
the money market. Money con
tinues easy for good borrowers and
the banks still discriminate against
all outside and doubtful paper.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BASK
Land Greats (selling) $810.00
Land "Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
(1C0 acres buying) 176.00
Do Selling. 185.00
Exchange on New York 2.00
Staple dry goods- and groceries
have been sold in large quantities
to-day. Prices have ruled firm
with an uyward tendency in coflees
Produce is in fair supply with an
CarciuUy Corrected "Dally
J. J. browx&bro., Con 14th "and
Aliens ........ .H.....WH.H............
(American...... . ........-
..uioakeag ........- -..
Bristol . . ....
arners .... ...........
Merrimack I)... .........
Peabody .. ..............
Itichtuond.... ...... .......... ..
Bright 4-t ...
cabot 4-r.zz!3'r..--....vr.' "
LonsalaIer.... .................. ............-
Suffolk L .. .... fc
Peprerell 8-4 ...........- .
Farmers aDd Mechanics-...........
Great Western ..... ..
Alblbn, Af .
IU-dford. P. . J
tirantville, E L .......'
Germania, B B...... .. ... ""
Larmley .......... ...........
L. L s
American... . ..............
Amoslceac;, a c a . .......
Biddcforil... ...... -.........
Beaver Creek, II B..
Ofs, B 1!
Otis, C C
kurtz mohr & co., 231 Faniham
ClarL's O. N. T .... . ..... 7o
Coat's ..................... "u
Domcstie.................S W- 0
British 3 OCftiC 00
Dickens' best. ...... $ SO
King WillUm. . 1 35
T)AnniH 1 80
Stanley ............... ....... 2 3
Ottoman strips ........ J2 2o&6 50
White common .'.... $10 50
s medium.... ...... 15 Ot)
' ci'tom "" ,,i ,,. , 30 00
Percale ... . $1200-24 CO
Calico :..... . 4 757 50
Brown drill $6 60a7 25
dnck 7 75a9 00
Blue drill . 7 00a7 50
' Uutk 8 00a9 60
Whuc .. S 00a9 60
French whalebone .......85 25a8 00
Oar own . 15 00
ConieU.-. .. 22 50
Linen printed $ 9 00
ruffled 12 00
" fluted 05 (W
J. C. Kosenfeld gives us tne
following quotations this day:
Butter, dull, 13 in tubs; Eggs
in demand at lie per' doz.; Live
Chickens at 2 0002 50 per doz.;
Strawberries in demand jit .30c per
box; Gooseberries, 2 50 per bu.; Cher
ries, 5 OOper bu ; Oranges, 9 00;
Lernens, 14 00 per box, ana Rasp
berries, 25c per quart.
JOITS T. EDOAB.
Common Utr.MMM..Mnn.MM. 4
Horse thoebai .. .- 6K
Norway nail rod-. ll),
Cast plow 12
jmer can casn, oc'agon and square 18 22
Jess p's English do do 25 40
Burdea's horse shoes, per iez ' S5
do mule do do .. S 25
Northwest, m horse nail. ... 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to C0J per kes 4 40
8d " do . 4 65
td do , , 4 SO
4d do 5 15
3d S& o - -
8.1 do do 50
6d v do do S W
lOdcasimg do .. 5 i5
8d do do 5 4U
Cd do . do . fB
Wrought, mU aUes S 15
Carriage mad tire riisomnt 79 pre
Narrow wrought, fast joint, discount 20 pr e
Cast, loose pin reTersible . do 35 do
Hay and manure f ork-. discount 30 pr e
Hoes and gai den rakes. do 25 do
Strap and T discount 25 pre
Tuft's black discount 55 pr c
Coe's imniltation. do 45 do
Coe's genuine.-. .-- do 20 do
American Iron 45 pre
do brass . . 40 pre
nnolf'sHa.e3tKing,per(lo.-, net- 14 25
Champion .. 12 00
Ueald's Eureks '.,.. 10 00
do red . 00
- SFADK ASD SHCV-LS.
BowUnd'so2 black ahnrels, D H 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
Moore f do polished do do 13 00
do'i "spring point" LHshoTels-. 1350
Lippencott's Western Crown . 13 00
do do do b-Tefl 13 M
"" COFFEE MILLS.
Parke's o 3, iron box. net G SS
do do 103 do 5 75
do do25 Union ir It 00
eo do SB do Britanla 13 00
Harzrare, Smith A Co., discount SO pr e
American. File Co do SO do
Haydole's, A E N 1, 1, 2
Mammona's A E No 2 S9 00
dofdo do 4 10 50
dor Endntera No 1 10 00
do - do do 2 , , - IS 50
do idO' do 3 14 M
Morris' shlcgling, No 1 .. 7.00
do doi-.-. do 2 J t'N
do do. " " , , -fltt
dc cl-w dol '
do ' do 1 ', .. fir
BuSalo 8. sole P.
Hemlock SL sole No 1.
do do No 2.
do do ..dam-,
do span sole good
do do dam
"do kip .
do upper.?) ft
Oak mole ft
50 1 60
00 1 30
44 1 64
whiifJodots nrdi- 73
Other brands different wt, pr lb 1
French kip pr ft 1
Barkllninxs .. . "
Dry flint pr ft
f2rAn MallMi -
Jan. and Feb, pelts-
Water lime .
,.... S2S -
Powell & Co., Soap mojaufactureri.
Sapo Publico, 6 l-2oC4; SaTon
Republic, do., ChemicakcOlire, 6 to
led, 6 l-4a6 1-2. .
AST GOODS XSVL UPHOLSTBMER'B
Benjamin B. JombV Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnham Street, furniahe?. the
Oil walant mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2 Inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walavt, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inck"21c Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 Uch 1230c; 3 inch 180
45c; imitatioa rosewood and gilt, 1
iuch 610cf 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
PUm bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50-,ornamenUl bands, 2 00
4 00; cachfdditional foot, 75c per
, t BKPPS.
Union ind all wool terry, per yard
1 603 j0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 508 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 00a3 00.
k. Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; iixcetaior, a oua ou.
Subject to change of market wttBout 1
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U.P. B. B. tracVbot. Ir arnham mi.
GEO A. HOAGLANL.
Joists, studding and sills, 20 it, and un
der ... ...... ...
Orer 20f t, each additional ft add'l
Fencing No 1... . .-. ..
do Mo 2.. ........
1st common boards.......
2nd do do ..
"A" stock lwards, 10 and 12 inch
"B" do do do do .....
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, ljf , IK aad 2 Inch.
2d do do do do -
3d do do do do ...-.
Flooring, clear... .... ........... . .
do 1st common. ...-. -
. 15 00
. 45 00
. 35 00
. 3 10
do 2d do
do 3d do
do narrow, clear.
1st clear celling J Inch
2d do do inch
1st do do Inch..
2d do do inch,
1st clear aiding..
2d do do .....
1st common siding.....
2d do do ........
"A" shinstles .
Extra No 1 shingles-..
CommoB No 1 shingles.
Lath per 1000-
D A H pickets eer 100 .....
Square do do do ..........
O G Batten per lineal f r
uougn uo no ao ......
Liberal discount on carload lots.
33 per cent off Chicago list.
25 pet cent off Q tcago l'st.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl SI 752 00
Lonlsrllle cement per bbl . 3 00S 25
Plaster paris per Mil , 3 50(33 75
Plastering hair per bushel. 40
Tarred felt ..-
Plastering boaru... ...... ...- . i
OILS. PAISTS. GLASS, c.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil t 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 103
" ' bl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 2S
urd tilt, No IS 95sl 00
M " ' 2. 70
" ' wlnterT on
Lubrlcmtlng l M
W.Vm. f M
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtlctly Pure -I1IK
" " Fancy Brands 9J
Putty in Bladders .. 54
Ensmeld Glass, colors, f) sq. ft.. 1 00
Flat Glass 60 V c discount
TIN. SHEET-IRON. TUBE, JtC
MILTON ROGERS, COR. Hth A
mill Ii;. lair ontlltr
10x14 Ic, best quality
1 Xl 1A. ao
12x12 II ! do
12x12 IX do
1 Opiate lC
100 pUte DXX
100 plate DXAX
Hoofing If charcoal
Roofing LX do
20x2a If! charcoal Toofiog.
wmr- in cnueoai rooang
BkeHUaSS toSS U-
o e do
do do do
Sheet 34 to SS Inches per sheet..
xinnerssoioet (extra rennea.
ao. ao 00. 1-
do do roofing.
First quality, Numbers 1 to 24
do do do 25
do do do 2
do do 4o 47.
Charcoal, both sides smo the
ao no 24.
do do -
do do 27..
Juniata, No. 34
ao no 2B
do do 27-
do Mo. I, stained.
Let thaa f uU bundlea, add one cent.
"A"Aimerieac immlufn Bnatia, all Nos.
Leas than full bundle add on test.
No. 14 to 20.
do 21 to 24.
do 25 W24
Full hoodie discount 15 percent.
Braziers I It .,
do10"to 12 .
Bstftuhtax, 14 and IC ot
Plmanaoed. 14 mad U os.
No. 1, S mad , Pianlshad-
Bon eopper- -Copper
Xos. to SA
-. 13 50
an - AH wu
do -... 14 00
do 17 0i)
do 15 60
do . 17 50
do .. mn
do 23 60
(best quality) 23 60
do d . 14 00
do da .. . 17 00
do do 20 Ui
do do , , 15 00
do do 15 00
dn da 19 SO
. 27 50
OMaS ..... 13
' " tmxmm mam vmrrooc
; . i . aMak
ll-' 11U taw -Mh
'r i at .wt i w -a. geen
STEELE & JOHNSON 538-510 14TH ST.
CLARK FEENCH COR. FABNHAlt AND
jPUNDT, HEYEB & BAAPKE, 212 FABN-
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALtKS-
jcobgan t GALLAGiiEB, 205 Farn
nnUJI.ll jniiar.n,.i., .,
J. J. BBOWN4BRO., Cor. 14th and
a: Ayvut,x .vw.
GaaanlatedDrlh . "I.
.. , "i
-Crambed do .
Bat cut loaf do .
Standard A do .
Circle A do .
Yellow C do .
N O choice do
Bio choice pr lb..
do prim do
do good do
O (x Jarm-. ...
Common pr gallon
do N O loolaates-
if Weak A Co-
M. Weak A Co
Black goods, Western
do do Virginia ..... -do
do Lorriuud's . .
Bright do Uo do ..........
d j do Virginia
California peach i per pound.
do aj-ples do . .
rtaU uo do .
New cur mnta-
do prune . ...
ao ijermian cherriea ...
do U ckberries -
iin tas. Mr hnf
do Medlos raisins, per pound
New in barrels.
do dairy -
2 pound can Myeri oys ers, per case.
1 do do do do do .
2 dc da William's do du
2 do do peaches pei case .
3 do do do do -. ..
3 do do tomatoes do .
3 do do do do .
Corn, Trophy per case .
do Winsl. w do -.
do Yarmouth do -
Strawberries, do -
Barberries, do ..--
Pineapples, do . .
2 .at 00
Oolon i, per pound..
Young Hysun. per pound
O.npowder, do do .. .
Snow Flake, (WeUs A Ntenun)..
tiOlU Hi St.
.n llht do
lipa, four bushel.
i. jln baas, Amoakeg A.
.o do Ludlow a a-
Nutmegs, Peaing bst,per pound
UoTei no ?0 -.-
Alsptc do do
flnmmnn bark do do -..
A. E. SIMPSON, Manufacturer, 532
H. Unman..... V 5t
$ ?5 00
Grand central....,,-,,,,, ,..
La Boquet .. .
Partlgas ...... - .
Gold Medal .
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
"Wholesale depot 543 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks -,, 2 DC
J. SCHOONIVAKER & SON
FEOPElKTOkS OF TUE
Manufacturers of Strictly Pure
White Lead, Red Lead, Litharge
Futtj. Colors Dry and in Oil.
PURE VERDITER GREEN,
The strongest and brightest green
We guarantee our brand of Strictly Pure
White ead to be fre from impurities, and
wiU pay S50 in gold for erery ounce of adul
iaiaion found in this packaee.
tar73m J. S'UOONMAKEB A SON
The following Premiums have been
Dixon's American Graphic
OB LEAD PENCILS:
Gold Kedal of Progress, Vienna,
First Premium ClnelHaattl Indus
trial Fair, 1873.
First Premium BrooklfB. aHdas
trial EximsIUoss, 1873.
Fer aaapiem or laXorasmtiom
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co
OrtttMrcieereland. Pre't .
m72 JERSEY CITY. N J,
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
Tm Skrtat mad emljr Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis.
And mil Points in
XOKTHEBX IOWA MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEWING CABS
On all night trmina Tia this route.
1. At V. P. Transfer with Onion Pacific
Railroad lor Ossahm
2. At council Huff, with Eaasai atr
Jm and CeaaellMaJbKmUresai farSi
and. all paints month
S. At Mi-ioarl Valley with
Xorthweatera railway fat
' " ir TiSmvar miicd.
i, IS 2oalS 37.
er in demand throuchout
realizing full Dricp?, but low
,, 98 ullinmli "-- " ' .'
ata u.: '
MM "- L ..fci'T.
4 " - 'rTai sVwTI
WMill tm Sasss Hsbisssssssss ""
Ml - - - - -
er ordinary goods sold easier.
Iron Dull and nominal.
Wood limited demand, manu
factures appearing to bold ofT until
there ia r better supply here of n,ew"
clipped,, . ' - '....
CHICAGO & NORTHWEST
The Topular Route from
O 3C - IK -A.
, . , ., Ti4- l
Chicago and the East !
Onlv T)1root nouto
Crosse, fralrle Da llilen. Wliioua,
St. Vaul,DuIntU, Janr.vlllr, li.no.
ha, Ureeu Lar, Ksclne, Mertn'i
Point, Wtrr1ovni, O.IiWssh, ton
DuLae, 91adlou and liltraukre.
It Being the Shortest and Flist Comoleted Line
Constant ImproT.m nls tUTa taken place In
the way of reducing Urai.and placing Iron
wlih Steel lulls, adding to ius roilin,; stock
new and Elegant
DAI' anil SL.KKIMNG CAItS
Equipped with the "iVesiiugbouje Air Urate"
and "Miller Platform." ratabiistilng cemforta
ble and cotnnifdiuus Eating Housos.offeringsU
the comforts ot iraTelin ite age can produce.
Fron. to 10 Fast Eapress Trains run each
way dailT orer the rarious lines of this load,
thus securing to the trareler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di-
rectlon he may wish logo.
AT 3IISS0URI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux C ty, Yankton and poluu reached Tia
Sioux City and Pacific railro id.
ATfiRAM) JUNCriON for Fort Dodge,
Des Moiues. Ottaa and Keokuk.
AT MABSUAiXf rSt. Paul, Mlnneapo is,
Dulutb, and uorthwestrn points.
AT t EDA It BdPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, harks CUT, Burlington and St Louis.
AT CLINTON inrDubuqne, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Chlen, I a i rose, aud -11 points on the
Chic go, Clinton and Dut.uque, nd Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
ATFU.To.sforFneport. Baclne JUlwau
keemndmllMinttlnWimxnsln. AT CUICaGO with mil rmUwmy Un leading
raTkrkt!tatatofJlcMlXBcrUw U this
Ua emba ptwoMJ. mad may Uformat on ob-
Uliri ii ! ttoute, BaUa, ele at the
TtREuMkrX. MAJtUI Matlir.
J. MLSjT 0. . KDIT.
Tleast Asft, UfKllsv. Gsm'l AaTt Dmtmka..
Omaha .& St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
AND TUE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHANGE i vatt between Omaha and St.
Louis ana b it or e between OMA11A
ana e.Vf YORK.
This th Only -Jne running a
PCLL-TIAM SLEEPIXO CAR EAST
FKU9I OMAHA, OS AURIVAL
OP THE U.V1DN PACIFIC
earPasscngcrs taking otbei routes Jiae a
disagreeable transfer al the Klvcr Station.
PASSENGER TRAISS DAILT !
EA3TERS AST) WE3TESJT 0ITIE8
With Ixss Changes and in adrince of -ithcr
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Talace Sleeping Cms,
Talace Day Coached and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinghouso
tWScc that your tickets read via
KnnHnHC'ity, S . Jos-pli b Council
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. 3RADBDP.Y,
, F. BARNARD, A. a DAWES,
Gen'l Supt. Utin'l i'as. Agt.,
St. JosrDh. St. Jixsenh.
E .A. S T.
O TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I.OTJIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0TJOH WITHOUT CHAHQ3
j m HUM
i&- Mm wS
Fine and Medium CXotlxiii,
and Furnishing Goods.
CKSJJFIEIR, TSUA-liTijmE CHBAPBSTi
iciiicago, Rock Islaiid
I aud Paciiic Ii. Ii.
THE GRAND CENfBAL BOCTE rEOM
! OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, Parenport and Bock Island,
! . -- ;,, .Ith
ATI TXw.M.i-Tf-ifn arofHintnrHl with the
Westusuuocsk PaTT Aik Brakes and
.Miller's Patent Safety Pistfonn and Coupler.
' Fast Express Trains Lcare Daily,
ennecting as follows :
AT DES 3IOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Oiloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Loi.U.
AT UKlNtLL with tho Central Railroad f
Iowa, fur all points north to St. Paul.
AT war LlbEUTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Kapids A Minnesota BaUroad. for
Burlington. Cedar lUpids, Dubuque A Si.
Paul, At WILION JU.sCflON wlththe
Soutn-Wetern rauch, for Muscatine,
Wuhii'glou and all pvlnu south.
AT DAVS.NlXJUr with the Uaicnport A St.
i-a.l Railroad for po.nts north.
AT I.OlK. 1sUAN1 wlththe Western Union
lUilroa.1 lor Freepott, Be' tit, hacine. Mll
aute.? and all points in nortbrn Ialnols
Al RUCK I&L.VSD with the RocVtord, Rjk
l3.'nJ nJSi. Louis BaUroad for St. Louis
aud points Muth.
AT KOCK ISLAND with the PeorUARock
Islind Kailioud for IVorla and points east.
AT BUKtAU JUNC . with brach. tor Hen
ry, Laren-, Chillicothe and I"eorla.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points noit hand south.
AT CHICAGO with U lines East, Xorth and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
v la this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
t rletotllceof thecompanr, lis Farnham St.,
Oniaba, abdslsoat the principal ticket offices
along the llueol the U. P. lw B.
Bassn-" '.flecked Thronsh to aOl
Principal Kaatrru Po.uts).
J. H. LACEY,
Proprietor of tb
Depot for the sale of his
2. KELIiER c& Co.,
Corner of EatSery and Washington Sts.
ALEX. J. LF.fid CT.
XATIl't. C. UCDSOy.
WM. It. ItCDSOX
JaS. O. BIT! LIS
ST. LOUIS TOBACCO WORKS.
Leggat, nudson & Co.,
Manufarturers of c-eryaratw
Fino Cut Ch-owing1
Our Special Brands:
i n ttt t mxr
GILT EDGE, MONTANA.
All Onr Tobaccos Strictly "WarantctL
OFFICE AXD 8ALKSIIOOM
Cor. Second t5c Vine Streets,
St. Xioula ZLcXo.
g ana summer Styles.
238 Farnlaam. St. Hear 14th.
tasaf V M
t S WE HAVE TWfcLVE CtooD ItEASONS
. why they will do your wor
Quick and Easv,
I Chea and dec n.
Ill Theyarecbeipcst tobur.
i They are best to u?e.
3 iner oase ereniy ana quickly,
J Tbelr operation la perfect,
2b3 They hare always mexl trafi,
mm The j are made of (be k taiaMrf
Sifc They roast perfectly,
a" Tbey require but Utile fuel,
sW Tl ey are Terr low priced.
J they ars easily ruansmj
Thoy are suited to all loocUt.e.,
QB ETry stQTeguaranteed.olflTae.,t,fanioa
ST. LOUIS, Jh ..
?6Ma.. STol i-'.sasAE. .
' r l"'" V
Or SasarCoatcd, lct
Iloel mnd Berbal ii. ,
BtllonsGranalea. "Juirt - '
GIANT" CATHARTIC or J.u..
In Parro Pbyalc.
Tho novelty of modem Jf"d!i CTynica' r
Pharmsxcuiica Science .j u-o oi - u.
taking tho brP. repulsWe sul naiou p
roanoiod of cheap, crude, anu bulky u,rru
wheu wo can by a careful a;p iraiion of chei.
science, extra all tao catlliit-c ami other c.. '
tlnal properties from the raost. aluat.ie rcxite as.
berb,aaaronrcQtrato thcu into a xcinnto Ga-
me, ear( ly larger than a muK. J
aoClf that can be readily (wallowi-d by ttc t, 31
thcmo-JtsensItiYO ftomachc and foitdlou ta.t.--Eicaiiula
Purjcatlvo Iclict nprvrcci. ink
mo it concentrated form, ai i.ricK cathartic power
as is embodied In any of trxt Liau pill fmjuu 1jc
rale la tha drrz shops. Frurn their woideiful cv
Ciartlc power, la proportlrr. bJ tacur flie.pccplf
who hare not tried them ara apt to rupt-ove that
thiyarahawa ordrttcin effjtr, bnt cch is not
at all tad cnv. h dlfforcnt acllvo aedicinal prin
ciples of which tbey aro compoid belnj ao hsjv.
nonized and tarxUlcd. one by tha ethers, ms ta
producs a mont Noarcliliiv aud her
S50O Itc ward U hereby o3red hy tha pro.
prlctor of .beso l'ellcts, to any chemlt ho,
upon analysis, vlll find ic thrra anj Calomel or
other forma of mercury ot any other suxrml
Qeinn; entirely vcKetable.sopartfcnlar
can) la .-eqnircd while ustni; them. They ope
rate without disturbance to tho constltntlon. diet,
or occupation. For Jaundioc, Headacke,
Conatipatlon, Itiyuro RIood Palq
lu Cbo Slioulderi TlgKiiieaa ef tha
Client, Dlzzlncxs Sour EractatftfB
of tho Stomncli, Bad tamto la
uioatb. BIIIoun cltackm, Pain laa
rcRloit ot Kidney m, In tertt"! Fever,
Bloated feeling about Momich,
Ituab of Blood to Head. HlgU Col
ored Urluo, Cnaoclavlltr
Ioomy rorebotlrjKS ; ,tk? r
Plcrco Pleaitatit Purxutlw.o Pellr ttv
In explanation of tho remedial power of my ror-
ritive rclleUovcrro prvat ava lety of dtseaMC,
wish to ray that tbc l r nctlou BWU tit
animal economy Ii tmlTrl ota
f..A l...wnb. S i li-Ma 9tnt lrr,rlp th"
their easar-coatincf and bclnj; enclorcd la gm
battles prcJcrvothcIrirtnc unimpaired lot
leth of time. In any climate, so uaithey r m.V
ways frtsn anu rcimoic. wnicn is no oa
with the I'llii found In the drn sUr,pt a Is)
cheap wood or pa(e-bcard boxet. SeeeCett M
fora'l disoac where a f.axutlwc altPI
tire or Pareatlwe Is in&cated. this little
IVUcts will civs tho most perfect i-lltjmrtina
They aro nold by alt enterawtilay
Jragslt"at-S ceut4 si bottle.
Do sot allow any drnjrrist to lndaro rvn a
take anything els) that 1 9 may y la Joar. ma
rood & my relleio bccaue ho siakea a Urrei
profit on that which ho jrcouiacnde. Jf yout
druErlst cannot supply thr-a. enclc W Cua.'t
and receive them oy retnmirn'.l f-om
B. K.PXECtUJ. i. t .JVrp'r,
BVETALO, K. T,
ASK FOE PY1.F8
Sold by Pundt, Meyer & Baapkand Wltsny,
Bansermmn A Co.
CASTLE B 03.,
X&st Tnrtio Ccods,
U3 aad MS WKOKT irki
fianFrand Calt riia.
. -1 -llfciavTii
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