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OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley Lands
FO'l SALE BT
33. 3VE. OXjARK,
Wisnor, - - ITeJ
rfWESE LANDS .are .convenie to
,X the market and tbe f
FINEST ill the STrE !
A ad will be sold at fron-
$2.50 to $5.00 PEF ACRE!
- For t'asli or on Lo'S Time.
-I.AND TXPlORTN'G 1 ICK-
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. De
pot, bearing coupon5 which will
he taken at full cost in payment
i- tor land.
100,000 ACRES I
XI0H FAsMClHS LAKD 1H KEBSASE11!
500 HanscoDi Place-Lots!
HOUSES AXD LOTS n the city Ol Omaha,
for!erheaond on eood terms.
1 OdGS as. MILL.
f .ataal estate brokers,office over Mackey's store,
ea SoJge sL opposite new pistofire ap30a2
HAGISTER OF THE BEPARTXO.
to- 498 lUti Et, UUetn Farniam & Harnsj.
Will by tfe.e aid of guard Un spirits, oblatn
. t. . MadA.it an.l 11
HUT iO MTI" UUUera " w w ......-,
No. 204 Farnham Street
JeMrn Twellth and ThLieentb. Slreets,
. OMAHA. NEB.
ALL OliPERS ATTESDED TO FROMPT
lyaml executed In the most fashionable
style JiWBepalrlas and cleaning a apedalty,
111 done In the beat manner. mjl-lm
lttb SL, bet. Faraham and Haney.
All kinds ol TAILORING, CLEANING and
EETAIUINU done at ront.le rates
H. faKEUS. C. J. CAKB. OH.
tiUERE & KlKBAClf,
15th st. between Fri.hain and arney its.
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES' AND CARR1 lOU.
Dealers in andmanafacturcrs of
r AflRICCLTOBAL IMPLEMENTS!
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
sTRepalring tl wsgom and MacksmithlBg
promptly done at reasonable prices mrdawg
"" - .
Cor. 16th and "Webster Sts.,
Keeps a complete assortment ot
Justice of the Peace
Ofice over Iho Stale Bank, coruer cl Farn
hani and 13th Mrcrt. lei
C. F. SAMAJLTOT,
III Car. Kanbaa and Kleveal Sts.
All kind oT TAILORING, Cleaning aad re
p tiring done at reasonable rata. A fine lot of
VUBNIbWNG GOODS constantly on band
and aold cheap. necaBtf
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
16th street bet California and Webster.
TITS KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
W supply of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a large stork of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Itreakfast Baron, at the low
st rites. WH. AUST 4 KNUTH,
Katirelr rewritten by the ablest writer on
very takject. Printed from new typa,
mdUlustratedirltb SeTeral Thouaand
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Thk workorlginallr published under tie title
OfTH NEW AHWUCAW CTCLOPAMIA WW,
completed in 18G3, since which Utns i the wide
clreilatton which It hasattalned la all partt ol
tk Uaited SUtes, and the slgnsl deTclopmeata
a. llwrature, and art; hare induced th
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WTli moremeut of poUtlcal affairs has kept
P. ith the dlscoTenes ot science, and their
FruiUul application to the industrial aad useful
arts aad the conrenlence and refinement of
edal life. Great wars and consequent reTOIu
sJaaahaTeoccured,lnTolTine national chances
et Becullar moment. The cItII war of ourown
eeiSuy, which was at 1U height when the last
vatsaaeot the old work appeared, has happily
fcesa ended, and a new coarse of commercial
nd tadostrUl actlTity has been commenced.
LaM accessions to our geographical know
"off hare been male by the indefatigable ex
plorers of Africa.
The great political reTolutions of the last
decade, Vta. the natural xesult of the lapse of
time, have brought Into public riew a multitude
of new men, whose names ars In erery one'a
south, and of whose Utcs erery one is curious
to kaow the particulars. Great battles hare
been fournt aad important aleges mainulned,
of which the details are as yet preserved only
la tbe newspapers or ia the transient pubiica
Ueas ot the day, but which ought now u take
laser place in pennanect and authentic history.
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af tbe most recent discorerles in science, ot
erery tieh-:.-odirfUeu .in literature, and of
the newest iaTention in the practical arte, as
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tbe progress of political and hlstorial event.
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FIRST CLASS CASYASSISQAOEKli
jaddrecs the Psadiabers,
D. Appletoa & Cp.,
549 551 Broadway,
Ti0 iamb line Iittbliihmnt"bf
'tie Ex-Prize-Pighter at
There is one prominent feature of
JSaratnga which no visitor here can
'fail to perceive the existence of,
namely, the gambling establish-,
ment of John Morrissey, the toler-"
ance of which is a puzzle for which
I have no solution to offer. Its ex
istence is bo notorious that any de
scription of the peculiarities of
Saratoga as a watering-place
is incomplete which ignores its
existence. Morrissey himself ar
rived here only last Thursday, but
his "first lieutenant" haa been here
for some time, engaged in painting
and refitting the building, which is
known as "Morrisey's Financial
Club-house." It is publicly announ
ced that it will be opened for gam
bling on the 1st of July, when the
"season" will have fairly begun.
During the summer Saratoga
receives a very large acces
sion to its ordinary population
in the a. .ape of shopkeepers, turf
men, horse-jockeys, and professional
gamblers, who flock hither from all
quarters to minister to the wants of
visitors. In the height of the sea- j
son "JVlorrisseys uiuD-nouse" is
patronized albo by rather an arislo-'
cratic class. One" may always then
be sure of meeting "good society"
at his tables.
This is an attraction which the
ex-Congressman offers to those
young beginners who nightly flock
around his tables. After the ball
one may see "nice young men,"
who have been dancing all the eve
ning with young ladies of "our set,"
wend their way one by one over to
the Club-house, ajd by 1 o'clock a
great part of the young men of the
ball room are at supper, at faro, at
roulette, at rouge-et-noir, orloung
rng in some of the luxuriously furn
ished zooms which John Morrissey
throws open to his guests. Faro is
the favorite game, though occasion
ally during the evening the roulette
table may have a run which will
draw the faro-players from their
seats, and leave the dealer alone.
Men of mark in the country
may tx seen here and there
among the youthful faces which
crowd around the tables. Very little
talklngis done. Every eye is watch
ing the cards as they are slipped
from the box. So much for gam
bling and Morrisey. But before
taking leave of tbe subject let us
express a regret that his "intelligent
constituency'' did not send this
"many-sided man" to the halls of
Congress in the days of Brooks and
Keitt instead of later. Morrisey
might have pounded them with
their own arguments.
An Outlaw' Faxailie.
The singular information has been
received, which is well authenticat
ed, that a thieves' and outlaws' par
adise has just been established at
tbe foot of the Rocky Mountains,
just in the Canadian Dominion. It
is reported to number five hundred
men and a number of women and
children. The inmates a.e outlaws
who have escaped from United
States justice. The chief occupa
tion of the colony Is the manufac
ture of Illicit whisky, which is then
sold to the surrounding Indians.
For the liquor the latter barter their
most costly furs and trade off their
superfluous women. And while
the nohle red nian is in the midst
of bis beastly orgies, the fiends
manage to rob him of his weapons,
his blankets, and strip off an occa
sional scalp. Yet the Indian's
passion for whisky overcomes his
knowledge ot the Inevitable fate he
knows awaits him. The free and
roving life of these outlaws has
been rrade known to the Canadian
Government, which has sent out a
volunteer force to settle matters
satisfactory to. tho code of
civilization. It is a mount
ed command of policemen of
th.ee hundred men the most fear
less and active in the Dominion,
commanded by a Colonel who has
seen active service. Adventurers
of high rank have been attracted to
dare the dangers of the expedition,
even English and French noblemen.
An English gentleman was wrought
up with so much enthusaam as to
forego the possession of an estate
with a yearly income of $150,000,
that he might take part in the ex
pected fray. Of course the force will
be be kept under the strictest mill
tar' discipline, The pay is so small
that nothing save the spirit of ad
venture could impel men to under
go the prospective hardships and
the risks of death. The collision is
expected to come off about July 4th,
and either the outlaws or mounted
policemen will then bite- the dust.
SardinM in California.
(Sau Francisco Call.)
A new branch of Industry has
been opened in our city, which an
nouncement will be hailed with de
light by the epicures who luxuiiate
in the oily sardine. The Hon. Thos.
Wand has built a sardine factory at
the end of Tread well's Wharf, near
Long bridge. The heads of tbe sar
dines are first cut off and the fish
are cleaned with the knife, after
which they are cleansed by a stream
of water. They are then salt
ed, packed in perforated cans;
and put into steam chests on
trays. The cooKing is done by a
volume of dry steam and occupies
about an hour. The next stage of
the progress is packing them in
to the regular cans in which they
are to be Bent to market, and the.
olive oil Is poured in, after which
they are placed into the steam
chests. Here they are thoroughly
heated and a small hole is punched
in each box to allow the escape of
heated air. When this is done the
hole Is olosfHl by the soldering iron,
and the sardines are ready tor mar
These fish are very plentiful In
our waters, abounding from San Di
ego to Fuget Sound. Mr. Wand has
been paying fifty cents a bushel for
them. The olive grows luxuriantly
in California, and the sardine'trade
will open a good market for the oil,
themostofwhloh Is now imported
from Europe. Lastyeai $6,000,000
worth of sardines were imported to
the United States, of which amount
over $100,000 worth came through
our custom house.
Sow Gen. Torrsit Liked to be Sasvci.
From the it oblle Begister.J
The civil rights bll may enable
the colored gentleman to enjoy all
the privileges of soda water fount
ains, ice cream saloons and billiard
rooms, but we would like to see him
subject his visage to the manipula
tion of A white barber. He would
find himself In as dangerous a posi
tion as Gen. Forrest.
It is said that Forrest went Into a
barber shop on Broadway: to be
shaved. The colored gentleman who
Qficl&tcd was voluble. Forrest was
in a good humor, and disposed to be J
auxauve. At last jt came qui tnat
the gentleman who was being
shaved was called General Forrest,
whereupon the colored eentleaaaa
wanted to know if he was having
tnenoooror snaving Ueneral tor
rest, of the' late Confederate cT
airy. General Forrest mildly as
sented. Whereupon the barber re
marked that he was glad to make
the General's acquaintance, as his
brotherwas a soldier in the Federal
armyr" "Where Is your brother?"
asked the General. "He was killed
at Fort-Pillow!" answered the bar
ber. Silently and gently as the fall of
the 'snow-flake but accurately and
withouf. hesitation the General
slid beneath the razor of that bar
ber, gained his feet, and with his
face bare as to one side, and lath
ered as to the other, remarked:
"You can't shave me this morning!1'
A friend who met him a moment
later remarked tbe singular appear
ance of his face. The General
merely observed : "I like, to have
naif of my face shaved at a time."
CiviTUrhts in Hew Hanpsnire.
The Boston Traveller says that
a few days ago a well known mem
ber et the Democratic majority in
the New Hampshire Legislature
left his seat In a car on the Concord
and Portsmouth Railroad for a few
moments, and when he returned
discovered that a swarthy son of
Africa had taken possession. Sev
eral of his Republican friends en
joyed his confusion, and eagerly
watched the denouraent.
Reaching over the colored man, he
remarked: "I believe that is my
coat, sir." The colored man said,
"Quite likely: and passed over'
the coat. "That is my umbrella,
sir." " x es, sir," responded the col
ored man, and banded him the um
brella. "I believe this is my seat,
sir," next remarked the Democrat.
"Yes, sir, but I don't suppose you
want the whole of it retorted the
colored man. "Kb, sir," replied the
Democrat; "I suppose you have as
much right to it as I have," and,
picking up his carpet-bag, he moved
off to another portion of the car, a
well-known Republican making the
remark, "Don't have any prejudice
against color; it may hurt you up in
The comet is very popular among
young lovers, and they never tire
of the heaven ly hunt, but endure,
with astonishing resignation, the
constantly recurring collisions con
sequent upon the sudden movements
of their heads In opposite directions.
Nqw and. then the .young fellow is
sure he sees It And in the excitement
of the moment he puts his arm about
his companion's neck, and, with Ids
hand under her chin, raised her
face toward that point of the starry
firmament where he thinks he has
discovered, the celebrated wanderer.
Full ol enthusiasm the girl remains
gazing in that position long and
earnestly; the silver moonlight illu
minating her countenance with a
radiance that gives to every fea
ture an angelic charm, and suggest
ing the idea that she herself might
be a beautiful star, moulded in hu
man form and sent upon the earth
for the delectation of mankind. But
at this interesting point of the
search the voice of a sleepy and un
rcmantic father penetrates the shad
ows of the garden "Ja-a-ne! it is
ten o'clock," and the charm Is bro
ken. The Cranberry Crop.
The Stevens' Point, Wis., Jour
nal says: Those who have visited
the cranberry marshes in this coun
ty inform us that the prospects for a
good crop are very promising. The
blossoms are opening several days
earlier than last year, which is an
excellent Indication that they will
ripen early enough to be out of the
way of the frosts next fall.
THE COMING STRUGGLE, f
The voters of our nation,
s neVr.was known betore,
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's rocay shore."
Why is th'-s mighty change?
What can the meaning be T
The rising of the luast
From northern lake to southern xi,
Tbe spirit of cJJ aeventy-stx
From out our heroes' sra es
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore,
Though obsolete long since.
Remain as ever true: not one cent for tribute,
But millions for defense. .
Party ties and pirty laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The rights ot m .in to be a ma n
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
An) nations yet unborn shall gladly great
The emblem of the free,
In trade we'll try to deal.
As man should deal with man.
And while we seek 1 1 live ourselves,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can,
AM if a hat you need,
Or friend you chance tn meet,
Remember Bunre. tho Hatter,
On Upper Douglu Mreet.
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Em oracing a choice selection of
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But Independent in principle the
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$1-50 Per Annum,
IN ADVANCE. "
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
Money and CtMsMrcs.
Office Omaha Dailt Bee,
July!, 1874. f-
Monetary .matters to-day are 11 ve
ly, and a 'better feeling pervades the
market Land warrants are now
selling at $815.00, being an advance
of five ($5.00) dollars. All war
rants and scrip are firmer, with an
upward tendency. Exchange on
New York one-fifth of one percent.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grcnts (selling) $815.00
Land Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
ntft anrea buvliiirt. 176.00
Do. Selling. 185.00
Exchange on New York, 1-5 per ct
There is quite an improvement in
the market to-day. Wholesale deal
ers are very-busy filling orders re
ceived since the 4th. There to no
ticeable Increase in the hardware
goods being in great dek
Sugars and coffees have an"
tendency and sellers mi,
Carefully Corrected Dally
J. J. BROWN - BRO.
TT Ot AAVit VVIA 4Ve-ftjasBBt--
Cabot 4-t ..
N. Y. Mills-
do Q- . ,
Farmers and Mrhnlr ,,.
Albion, A ......
uermania, u u..
AmostpsR, ac ;
Beaver Creek, B B-
Otis. B B:
Otis, C C
, TASKED NOTIONS.
Kurtz mohb A CO., 231 Farnham
dark's O. N. T
f2 256 80
f 10 50
- 4 757 50
- $6 57 25
. 7 00a7 50
8 008 50
Oar "wn,,,,, .
,t5 258 00
nt"s t"mn tnwf hiiiiim
" ruffled ....
J.O. KOSENFELD gives us tne
tVillnwlncr nnnratlnnn trita itv
.Butter, active, 13 in tubs; Eggs
in-demand at-lie per doz.; Live
Chickens at -2 0Q2 50 per doz.;
Gooseberries, 2 50 per bu. ; Cher
ries, 5 00per bu; Oranges, 9 00;
Lemens, 14 00 per box. ana Rasp
berries, 20c per quart.
JOBX T. XOOAB.
Horse shoe bu
Norway nail rod.
Cast plow 12
Germon - 11
American casn, octagon and square- 1M 22
Jeas p't English do 4 23$ 40
Burden's horse shoes, per keg t 7 2
do' mule do dp .-. 9S
Northwestern horse nails , 2fa
Dundee thimble skslns, dlseount 48 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per east.
lOd to 60J per keg
3d fine do
lOd finij'ng do
8d do do
Gd do do
lOd casing do
Sd do do
Gd do do
Wrought, all sizes
.Carriage and tire discount
Narrow wrought, fast jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin reversible . do
Hay and manure forks discount
Hoes and g den mn....... do
Strap and T
Tail's black ., discount
Coe's lmmltatlon do
Coe's genuine t . do
"AjarTican Iron , - ...
da brass. -
k, AGRICULTURAL. DC'LKMKNTS.
H Holt's Ha.-est Klng,per do A Pet-
' sS fa Eureka '
' o tea . - ,- -,-
'ab i aid torsi
Rowland's No 2 black shovels, D li
do do polished do do
. da da ace: as - rfa
t oore-' do poUahed. ia-' do
do'a "spring point" L H ahovels-
Xippencott's Western Crowa
do do de bVvefed
' " COFFEE MILLS.
Parke's o 3. Iron box net
do. 'do IDS do --
do do 36 Union -i
o 4oX do "ETitaala
Hargrave;6mlthA Co., discount
Aiarrifen File Co de
Haydole's. A E No 1, IX, 2
Hammond's A E No 2.
do do 4
ajinier's No 1
do do 2,
do do 3-
Mania' iUagUafcNal ;
de3'do do 2
Buffalo S. sole "9 ..
Hemlock SL sole No 1.
do do No 2.
do do dam.
do span sole jeeCt
do do Caam
do upper 1) f t
Oak sole 8
Other branda diSereat wt, pr Jb
freoca aippr h.
X ' SKINS.
Dry nlntar m .
Dry salted .
Jaa.a I Feb, pelts.
Pewell A Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapofablico, 6 l-26 3-i; Savon
RepaiiCVde., Chemical Olive, 6 to
12; Palm, 5 5 1-4 ; German Mot
tled, 6 1-46 1.2.
ttABT GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
"fasjaaiin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in line art goods,
jjJTO" Farnham Street, furnishep. the
-: Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
far foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
'polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; S inch 21c Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615q 2 inch 12Q30c; 3 inch 18
45c; imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
inch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union ind all wool terry, per yard
1 608 0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
2 00a3 00.
yard, 1 50; all wool,
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
8 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Sublect to change of market without n
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. B. track bet. 1 irnhsm at
GEO A. HOAGLAN1.
Joists, studding and sills, 20 tt, and un
der . . ! f M 00
Over 301 1, each addiUonal ft add'l 60
Fencing No 1 9 00
do No 2 - 21 00
lstcummnn boards.... 25 00
2nd do do 22 00
"A" stock hoards, 10 and 12 inch 5o 00
"B" do do do do 35 00
"C" do do do do . JO 00
1st clear, 1, li. 1 aad 2 inch 65 00
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
1st clear celUng ji inch .. - 35 00
2d do do L Inch 32 50
lat do do Inch 30 00
2d do do l inch 27 CO
1st clear aiding 27 00
2d do do - 26 03
1st common siding..... 24 00
2d do do 20 00
"A" shlnjle 4 25
Extra No 1 shingles .. .X. 3 to
Common No 1 ah ugles . . 2 00
Lath per 1000 3 5n
OaU pickets eer 100 3 5o
Square do do do ...-. .- .. -
O G Batten per lineal f r l
Bough do do do ...
Liberal discount en carload lots
35 per ccntoffChlcsgo list.
25 per cent oS Cl tcago 1'sU
80 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl
Lonlsvllle cement per bbl
Plaster parts per bbl-
Plastering hair per bushel
Plastering boaru .....,
..Si 752 00
.. 3 0033 25
- 3 50 J 75
OILS. PAINT), GLASS, &e.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil S 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" " ol'd- 1 10
Headlight OU 28
Lard Oil, No IS 951 00
" " " 2 70
" " winter! M
" "straln'dj w
w. va. i
Louis, SrtictlyPure -
White Lead, St.
Putty In Bladders...-. ....... 5V
Enameld G lass." colors, sq.iC... .'.'-".. 100
FUt Glass 50 V c discount
TIN. SHEET-IRON. WIRE, &C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 10. lair aualitr.
10x14 Ic. best quality.
UO plate DC
job piate da- dp
tOQ plate DXX do
109 plate DX-KX do
Roofing IC charcoal do
BoofluglX do do
10x14 IC coke do
I-SOaJS IC charcoal roofing,
wxa iv cnarooai roonog.
exs ia casreosi .
10x20 coke (for suiters)..
Sheet tin 25 to 36 in.
do do do lr. half cbks .
do do do In 250 lb casks
Sheet 24 to 35 Inches per sheet
iiaaerssoiaei lexira renned-
ao ao 00. l .
do do roofing
bid metal ! .
First Quality, Numbers 16 to 24 ...
do do do 15 L..
do do do 56
do do do 27-
CharcoaL both sides smothe
ao xo m.-
do do li
do do 27 ,
Juniata, No. 24
do do 27-
stasata perfect 7 to 12-
o -no. I, stained.
Leae thaa loll bundles, add one cent.
MA"Americsx lsamiut'n Buaaia, all Noi.
Leat'lfcAB Itju bvndlei addnecesL'
ao ao is so
do do .. 14 00
do do . . i 17 00
do do 15 50
Mo do 17 50
do . 20 50
do -.. 23 50
(bestaaalltT) 23 50
to 14 00
o .. 17 00
do ... 20 00
do 15 00
do 16 00
do 12 50
-. 27 50
. W 50
Na 14 to 90 list
do 21 do
do 26 to i
do 27 do
Fall bundles discount 15 per cent.
10 11 UK
0 to 6
Noa.15.lS 17 18
Braxters s to 9 , t ,,,, 15
-do JO to : , , , 2
do MU to 10015 .'..,. 5
WsettlilM, 14 aad 16 ..
PlaaiaM, 14 aad IC cs .'. 45
Mas. T. S aad 9. Planished 48
STEELE t JOHNSON 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK s FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PUNDT, METER fc RAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS-
moroan & Gallagher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BAUSERMAN Ac Co., 247
J. J. brown & BRO., Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr Ib
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
N O choice
Rio choice pr R
do prime do -do
good do -
O G Java
Common pr gall
uooa ao -
do N O moUiSses-
M Weak A Co-
Schofen .. .
jura-s savon .... ..
M. Weak A Co
do sterling ..
Black goods, Western..
uo do lrginL
do do Lorriiard's .
Bright do do do .......,
do do Virginia ...
California peach- s per pound
do apples do
State do do
New currants ....
do crimes-.. ...
bl ckberrles .... .,
raisins, per box
seedless raisins, per pound.-..
New In barrels L. $2 70a2 85
do dairy . - . 4 505 75
2 pound can ilyer'soys'ers, per case 8-1 254 60
1 do do Jo do do 2 502 75
2 dc do William's do do 4 004 25
2 do do peaches per case-
3 do do do dj -
2 do do tomatoes do
3 do do do do
Corn, Trophy per case .
do Winslow do
do Yarmouth do ....
. 4 234 60
C 50a7 00
. 3 503 75
.6 736 00
.4 50.15 00
Pineapples, do ....
Oolon s, per pound..
Young Ilyson, per pound .
Gunpowder, do do .
Snow Flake, (Wells A Nieman)
Gold Dust . . .
XXXX Iowa Cay
Gojrilea, heavy weight....
. 3 00
-. 4 755 CO
o uxni ao
lips, four bushel
Asln bags, Amoskeg A
.o ao luojow a a..
Nutmegs, Penang best, per pound
Ujici do do .
Alspice do do -
Cinamon bark do do -
E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
H. Upman M. S :5 00
Reconstruction do 35 00
Grand lentral... do 33 00
Universal do 40 00
Yara - do 43 00
La Boquet .. dj 60 00
Simon Pure . do SO CO
Parilgas .... do 75 CO
Yours Truly . do C5 00
Gold Medal-.. . do 50 00
La Espanola do 60 00
Triple Crown do 75 00
Henry flay do 100 00
De Viller .. ... . do 100 00
Y Viller .. .... i do 100 00
1876 do 75 10
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14rh Street.
HaU barrel sacks 2 9C
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific R. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, Davenport and Rock IslanJ.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wkstisouovsk Patent Air Brakes and
Miner's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
S Fast Express Trains LeaTe Daily,
ennecting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonls.
AT GiUNN ELL with the Central Railroad of
f owa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Dubuque A St.
Paul. At WILTON JUNCflON with the
South-Western nranch, for Muscatine,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVKNPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul RaUroad for points north.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport, Bei-iit, Kacine. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLAND with the RocVtord, Rock
Is'and and St. Louis Riirod for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Eailioad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC with branch, for Hen
ry. Lacere, ChlUicotha and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points north and south.
AT CHICAGO with 11 lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
v la this line, can be procured, and any Infor
mation obtained, ct naming points, at the
ticket ofice of the ccmpiny, 12s Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at tbe principal licket office
along the line of the U. P. R. B.
Basrgase (Hiecked Tbrongh In svll
Principal Eastern Poinla.
Geu'l Pass'r Agt,
J. H. LACEY,
Sioux City t Pacific R. R.
The Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points in
NORTHERN IOfVA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On aU night trains 7la this route. M
1. At U. P. Transfer with Union Pacific
RaUroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bluff, with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council Bluffs aitroad for St. Lonls
and all points south.
8. At ML-wurl VaUey with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway fox Chicago and all
4. At Sioux City with Sioux City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central and DaioU Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River,
daring navigation, aad with, stages for all
poinla In tbe Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with tho Union
Pacific railroad for ail points west and the
7.' At Wljoer wifh stasea for Not folk and all
polntsln Northern Nebraska.
a-Ticket for sale in Chicago ac4 NorlV
Western Railway offices.
sHTBe sure your tickets read vU S. C. A P.
L. BURNETT, Sup't,
F. a HILLS, Gen. Ticket Aat.
GEO. W. ORATTAN,
JeO m7. Agent, Omaha.
FrestiBrea i gta ssi Wslsstrta,,
St. Louis, - Mo.
IaYeille, Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-clsss tn aU its
appointment. Iu tables are at all time sup
plied In the greatest abundance, with all the
delicacies the markets afford, Its clerks and
employe are all polite and attentive to the
wants of the guests ot the hotel. There Is an
Improved elevator leading from tbe first floor
to the upper one, Railroad and steamboat
-- - ftawe aeaflji m-nit ass ! inlin
1 aabcv was a. ssj as m swesieai a w awn.n smmrsa
'telajrash oaUe la the Botoads o hotel,
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East !
Onlv JJlroot Route
rroac, PralrtcDa CBlea. Winea,
St PU, Dnlatb, Jaaeewille, K.ao
sha, Ureea ci, Kacta, tewca'a
Point. Waiei-town, Oaaareaa, Fob
DuLie, Madtsoa aad Milwaukee.
It Being the Shortest nd Fit st Coincided Line
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant lmprorera nis have tken place in
the way of reducing Grade, and plat-log Iron
with Steel Rails, adding to its rolllag stock
new and Elegant
DA? aad 8LKEP1XQ CARS
Equipped with the "Westlughouse Air Brake"
and "Miller Platform." establishing comforta
ble and commodious-Eating Houses, oflering all
the comfort ot traveling the age can produce.
Frocc. 54 to 10 Fast Express Trains ruu each
way dally over the various lines of this load,
thus securing to tbe traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux City, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
Daluth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dunlelth, Prai
rie da Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque aad Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON far Freeport, Racine Mllwaa
kee and aH aasataln Wteosnata.
AT CHICAGO wiU aU railway Unas lead law i
out el aaaajB.
teaueasseraesuas was tats
aaasw sasu at taw
riaslsaiw easOltraraaaai taasa,OsstaBa,
at ana W.
w.&sTxSilerT, maivm MsMttnT,
Omaha & St Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHANGE oin, between Omaha and St.
Louis ana b it otc between OMAHA
anu r.W YORK.
Thisth Only -Jae running a
PULI.T1A?! SLEEPING OAR EAST
FROM OMAHA, OH ARRIVAL
OP TUB UNION PACIFIC
aSPeQKers taking other routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the River Station.
PASSENGER TRAINS DAILT I
EA3TESH AHD WE3TEEH CITIES
With Leas Changes nd In advuee of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coached and Chair Cars,
ililler'a Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Weatinghouse
aWSee that your tickets read via
KaoaaACIty, H . Josopr 4b Co ass ell
Biuflb 111 rod.
Via Omaha and St. Louit.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Ouuha.
GEO. Z. 3RADBURY,
, F. BARNARD,
St. J jseoh.
A. C DAWES.
Gen'l Pas. Agt.,
E JiL. S T.
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. KOCIS XVTTU
Pullman Palace Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT 0HAHGE
ArrivU of Trains from taf Watt
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland. Buffalo & Boston
XArVJCiiO Cotstraay'a Oamce,
H. E. corsaer Fosjrtk 4k Cheatant f ta.,
SI. Loole, atul at the Prtaclpal lal'
way OaSeea 1st Use West.
CHAS. BABCOCK, CE-RUSSELU
8'thern Pas. Aat, Wesfn Pass. Agt.
D4UAS. Tun. Kaxsas Utt,
JOHN E, SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLBIT,
GeniSupt., Gen'l Pass. Agt.
a 29tf Ixpiaxapolu. St. Louis.
TTxr ivtoert bTATOS
onfectiones, Tool Works,
Tlaoo. Mill dS. Bro
saatsUse Msmlda, lea Cieaaa
Noa.130141303 North Eighth St.
Proprietors: 1 Estabxichxo 18(1.
Tucxss Mrus, I
Geo. M. Mats, f riATALOGCE3 SENT
Thenly known remedy'for
And ajxnitlve cur for
Goat, Gravel, Strictures,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia Ner-.
Tons Debility, Dropsy,
Non-retention or Incoatineoce of Urine, Irri
tation. InSauatlon or Clceratloo ot the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
SPERM A TORRHCEA,
Loucoerhoe orWh!tes, Diseases ot the Prostrate
Gland. S one la the Bladder, Colcul ct.
ORAVBL OR BRICK IDCST.DK
IPOS1T. And Mucus or Milky Dischargee.
Extract Baohti !
PwnaanenUy Cortiaiy Dlsanat cl.the
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing In Men, Women aad Children,
No Matter What the Age!
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Bucha Is worth more thn all
ether Buchua combined."
Price one dollar per bottle; or, six bottles for
Depot 104 Duane St., N. Y.
A, physician In attendance to answer corree
poudenca and give advice gratis.
SVSend stamp for pamphlets, free.sr
Crane A Brig ham. Wholesale Agents, San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTE SEXES.
IOOHAKQE F0S AD7I0E AHD Cs)V
8ULTATI0F. jyR J. B. DYOTT, graduate of
Jefferson Medical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all dis-.
eases of the Sexuul and Orlnarj' or
gans, (which he has m&do an es
pecial study.) either In male or fe
male, no matter from what cause
originating-, or how long standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance oan forward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
JssaTSend for the Guide to Health.
Physlcion anil Surgeon, 104 kDuane
street, N. Y.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE,
HAPPY RELEIFF0R YOUNG MEN from
the effects of trrors and Abusea tn early life.
Manhood Restored, impediments to Marriage
Removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free. In sealed envelopes. Address, HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., an Institution having a high
eputatlon for honorable conduct and profes
rionsl kills. Je5dAw3m.-2
MB CATTLE BROKER,
eALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
Pref rktor el tto -
Depot for the sale of his
1 KTTiTiT-R. & Co.,
Corner of Battery and Washington Sts.
Going East or South from Onalia
And Points on U.P.R.B., hoold take tnt
ATCHISON Si NEBRASKA
And secure lor themselves tbe choice of Six
Popular Ki ate frost
Itefeisoa to Ckkat ami St. Leals,
All nuking Reliable C Aneetlona and being
Ziippad vita Fallot Day axi Slseplif Cs.
All delar and lneoavealenea arrtvtav from
I Ferries ard transfers eaa be avoided West of
iraaIMn0 IJIWI VJ KSiafJ Aicvei? TUi
ATCIsTSOX aad ta ATCK1SOM dc
Direct aad Reliahle Coaaeetloas are also saade
Great Arkaaa TaLUy fMani;
And with all Uses running South to potato la
Southern Tints aad the Indian Territory.
Ask lor Tickets tU
LINCOL &c ATCHISON
T. T. WHITE
Gaa'l Pass. AtC
AS WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASON!
why therwUl do your work. i:-A:501
Quick and Easv.
Chea- and Clean
UThey arecbeipest to buv-Ta
They are best to ue:
EjSj The, bat ev.nly and quickly,
Their o .ration s perfect,
ataaiv 2T hT 1T good draft,
aaPsf ?f ar e "aO" of 1 fce bestmaterial
asj They roast p-ifectly, v.
sa. They require but lltrla fuel,
They ars easily manarcd,
Taay are suited to aUlocalltie,,
Eeary stove guaranteed to give utWactt,,,.
slsior Man'f Co;,
' JTebrassir ,
Or SsjjraivCoaled. r.nrn-nta
a4 Herbal Jalce, Antl!
GIANT" CATHARTIC or Olultfiua
il Farr o Physic.
Too novelty of modem Medlcti. Chemical and
Pharmaceauc4i sclenC8 No U4e'of u
taking tha larje. repulsive and naneeous pilU.
eoaposodof cheap, crude, and bulky ingredients!
when wo can by a careful application of chemleH
science, extract all tho cathartic and other mcuf .
tlnal properties from the must valuable roots and'
herbs, and concentrate them Into a minute Gran
nie, acartvlr lararer than a Mustard
aed( that can be readily swallowed by thosa ol
the most sensitive stomachs and fastidious tastes.
Eacaliule Purgatlvo fxllcA represents. In a
moftcoacentntul form, as nracK" cathartic power
aa I embodied la any of tha larvu pills round for
sale la the drc shops. From, their wonderful ca.
thartic power. In proportlou"to their sire, people
who have nst tried them are apt to suppose ttat
they are hawa ordra-tic in effect, but tech It sot
at all the cae. ihe different actl 0 medicinal erln,
clplesor which they are composed being so bar-.
cionUed and modiied. one by tho athcrs, as ta
produce m mom aearrliintr and thor
ousrh, yet gouUwaml kluair oporatlaa;
500 Seward Is hereby offered hy tho pro.'
prielor or ihcso relicts, to any chemist who.
upon analysis, vlll And In them an Calomel or
other forms of mercury 01 any other mineral
Betas; entirely voeQtaMe.BoctrtfenUr
caro Is .-cqolrcd whllo nms then. They ope
rate without dlsturbanco to tho constitution, diet
oroccupatlon. For Jaaudlce, Headache.
Coaatlpatioa, Irapuro Hlood, Palu.
la the Nhoaldera, TialTtuess of the.
Chest, Dixzluce. Sour Eractatloua
et the Stomach, ktad taste 111
uteath, Bilious attacks. Pain la
resjtou ot Kldueys, Internal l'OTer.
Bloated feci las; about Stoaaacb.
Bash of Blood to Head. IllaiaCoU
mBaaaaBBal aft aal
mrm. wscs vasuciaailliy Stael "
Glootar ForcbodluKSt tako Br.
Pierce's Pleasant Parsattwo Pellets.
Fitive Pclicts over ro preat nwlety of dlscves.
wlahtoraytuat their action upon tho
aalaial economy Is universal, not
f:laad or ttssaocacapIUR-their Sana
It tai press. A50 does not Impair thea;
their eussr cotlnjf pd being encloectl In glass
bottles preserve their urtuc unimpaired fot any
Iecirth of time, in any climate, so thai they are si.
far all diseases where a .axatlTO. Altera.
III. ur Kuru...v is iuujiulii, UiCPU IllUOi
Pellets will cite tho most perfect BatlsIacUsu ta
They arc if)ld by alt cutrprlslasr
Brag gists at 2 5 cents a battle.
Do not sllow any urn!3ll to lndaco yott la
take anything etsi that ho may tar la just aa
good as my Pelletq pccano ha makes a Urge
profit on that which ha recommends. If rout
arusrlst cannot supply them, enclose S3 cent
andtccsite them oy retnm null from
s. r. rxEacE, h. n , Pnp'r, . J
BUFFALO, N. x.
ASK FOE PYLES
ST X-T TJ-BJOsat
Sold by PindL Meyer A Raapke and Whitnuy,
Baoserman A Co
Xast India. Good.
313 aad 313 FROST STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Oolusnbus, - 2Teb.
Govement Lands Located !
IstBreTe Farms aseiTowH Eotsfor j
ON LONG- TIME ! !
jssTAll Commiiaicatlona Cheer- -i-fully
E. F. COOK,
dwT I4t 8t, betwa DoigLu aad Dessrs
ICaaafactarer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iroa
Wre, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
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