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OF THE FINEST
Elkliora Valley Lands !
FOX -ALE BT
E3. 3VX. CXj.RS.
THESE LIND3 ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and tne
FINEST in the STATE!
And will 1 sold at from
$2.50 to $5.00 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on Low? Time.
1-Ii AXD EXPLORING 1 TCK
TS.TS for sale at'O. & 2. W-, De
pot, bearing coupons which will
he taken at full cost in payment
BICE FABMI5G LAUD 15 lEBBASKlI!
HOUSES AND LOTS jn Ine city ol Omaha,
for aalecheaoand on rood terms.
BOG OS ds MI LI-
Real estate bnfcers,olS OTer Mackey's store,
on Dod-a st. opposite new p stoce- ap30m2
MAGISrKb. OF THE DKPAHJKC,
c 493 10th Et, between Faraiwn 4 Etatj.
Will by the aid of gmrd'an spirits, obtain
tax any one a Tieir of tue pt, pnneut au fu
ture. No fee cU.irtd in cue of sickness,
13lk St, bet. Far-ham and Haraej.
AU kinds ol TAILORING, CLEANING and
REPAI - IKU done at reasoaabk) rates
II. CKEUC. C. J". KAUUACH.
UUEHE & K1RBACH,
15th st. lleen Far-bain k-d trney tit.
0-TAIIA, - - NEB.
M ANCFACTl'EER OF
Spring and Farm Wagons,
BUGGIES AND CUHBI ..-.
Dealers In and manufacturer of
PARTICULAR .IT-ENTlOS PAID TO
rT"Repalrine c I wagons and Tilacksmltlilcg
prorapllr done at reasonable price mrd-ay
Cor. 16lh and "Webster Sts
Keeps a complete assortment ol
jobxv . !.-.
255 Harney aTreet, between lh and 15th.
Carriage and Tfrg-R Jfaklng
In all it Branches. In the latctt and meet
H03SE gHOEINO AND BLACJCSMITHINU
a d repairing done on short notice.
C. 7. TT A MAXTIT,
171 Cor. tarabain and EleTcalA Sis.
All kinds of TAILORING. Cleaning and re
pairing done at reasonable idU - A fine lot of
FURNISHING GOODS coutny on band
and sold cbeax. -lec2Gti
U. P. R.R. MEAT MARKET,
ICth street bet California and Webster.
WE KEEP OX HAND THE BEST
supply of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a law fctock of Fine Sugar
Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon, at the low
st rites. WM. AUST A KNUTH,
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THE BROTHER'S VENGEANCE.
A Romantic Legend of the Early
Settlement of Louisville
Ghosts and Goblins,
(From the Louisville Courier)
There is a vacant lot in a part of
this city, not a thousand mils from
the City Hospital, in which, it is
said, disembodied spirits hold high
carnival. Terror-stricken servants
in the neighborhood aver that mys
terious rings, without correspond
ing movement of the bells, rouse
them at the dead of night, the win
dow panes rattle and, the lights
burn blue, as there comes a mighty
rush though the air without. But
these are but the effects the dread
visitants have been seen, even
recognized by some bolder than tne
rest, and this is the frightened story
which one of them told an eager
eared Ustner, who, in turn, detailed
it to a Courier-Journal reporter, and
who again gives it to the public,
neither enlarged nor diminished
from the shape in which it was first
received. Every .Wednesday night,
at the orthodox hour, as the various
clocks of the city chime midnight,
A BOOTED AND SI'UBKED HORSEMAN
starts up from the bowels of the
earth just at the center of the
vacant places, haults a moment,
and looks around, and then plunges
at headlong speed across the space.
As he spurs his phantom dteed, two
other ghostly attendants first put in
an appearance, and discovering the
one horseman, madly pursue him.
The first figure and his horse made
for a house looking upon the lot,
and pass directly through, followed
by the twain behind. The three
are then lost to sight ; naught but
the gradually fainter pat of the
horses' hoofs being heard, until the
clock strikes the third quarter of the
first hour of the morning. Then,
by the same avenue, but two of the
three return, the pursued being ab
sent, but with the riderless animal
accompanying them, led by on" of
the number. All slowly proceed to
tlio spot where the apparitions first
have their birth, and as the hour
strikes, the place that knew them
but the moment before, at the in
stant knows them not.
These mysterious circumstances
have been so frequently repeated
during the last few montns, and the
neighbrrirs householders have been
so often annoyed by these nocturnal
visits, that the matter has been
tvr.n..urrhlv investigated. Watch
was Instituted, and the discoveries
were as above stated. The reason
for these supernatural visitors again
returning to earth has been hruud
ed In mystery, and conjecture was
rife to account for tho cause. The
story came to the ears of a reporter
of this paper, and dilligent inquiry
satisfied him tltat there was at least
a foundation for the account. An
old gentleman living near, who had
indeed, been born within call of the
spot, was said to know somotblng
of the matter, and an interview
brings the following tale, perhaps
"over true," to light. Credence
may be given, or not, to this story,
but he seemed worthy of belief.
AVOT.TJ MAN'S TALE.
He says that his futher moved to
this vicinity when Louisville was
but a '-illage, and this part of the
neighborhood presented only an oc
casional clearing in a wilderness of
forest Just where these disturban
ces are said fo have taken place the
best house in all the country round
about had been built by a man who
had come to Louisville from Vir
ginia, he believed, but of whose an
tecedents nothing was definitely
known. He seemed, however, to
have plenty of money, audmade
this house larger and more eommo
.viniia thiin anv of its neighbors.
After having lived In it alone fat
some time, he suddenly left the
place, and was absent for several
months, leaving the house in charge
of two servants. He returned at
the expiration Of this period, bring
ing with him a lovely woman, and
represented her, as was tho case
without doubt, as his wife. No
change was made in the Interior
economy of the house, the pair and
the servants living entirely to them
selves, having only such communi
cation with the neighbors as was
absolutely necessary. Affairs went
on in this wie for a year or more
after the return of the gentleman
with his wife, when one day
A YOUNG FELLOW RODK BY THE
where our informant then lived,
and asked the direction to this
house, which was given by himself.
He noticed the young man particu
larly, and was struck by his remark
able resemblance toi he wife of this
gentleman. The young man thank
ed him for his information and rode
on. He felt some interest in him,
and quietly followed him to the
house. The young man dismounted
at the door, ami knocked with his
riding whip upon it. The man of
tho house answered the call, and,
on seeing him, slammed the door
jn hii face, exhibiting marks of
great agitation. The stranger then
applied for admittance, and, in re
'sponse to his repeated knocks, the
wif j opened the door and came out
into the yard. The two engaged in
close consultation for some time,
and then went into the house. Our
informant says that he then went
np to the house, and, inventing
borne excuse, went into the kitchen.
No one was in the room, but, while
waltiug, he heard an altercation in
tho next room, and distinctly recog
nized the voice of the gentleman
THBEATXINQ THE STRANG EUWITU
if lie did not instant leave the
house, and never trouble him again.
Oneof the servants then came in,
and stonily ordered him out of the
bouse, following him to the edge of
the clearing, and watching him un
til he disappeared within the shade
of the forest Feeling convinced
that something was wrong i.i the
house, our narrator concealed him
self "within sight, and patiently
awaited the turn of event Noth
ing more happened at the time,
however, and he finaily went home.
About midnight ho was aroused
from his bed by tho sound of a
horse's feet outside, and some one
clamoring for admittance. He got
up, and looking out of tho wladow,
paw by the light of the moon the
stranger of the evening before,
without The young man, recog
nizing him. burriedlv said that he
had just had a difficult,- with tho
villain 'over there," and that it had
resulted in his killing him; that the
man had run away with his sister
from "Virginia, and that his mother
and father had died from grief in
consequence, and that on their
dying bed they had conjured him
to seek out the author of the desola
tion that had come upon their home,
and that he should exact vengeance
Before our informant could unbar
the door, the sound of horses, seem
ingly in pursuit, caused the young
man to turn round, and, after list
ening for a moment, put spurs to
his own horse, and, in spite of his
shouts to him that he could take
refuge within his house, the horse
nd its rider rapidly disappeared in
the forest, A few moments after
ward, two mounted men rode by,
and followed the direction the first
rider had taken. He heard nothing
more until an hour afterward, when
the two first returned with the horse
of the stranger between them. They
rode back through the woods in the
direction- of the "mansion," as it
was called, and he then went again
The next day the report that the
gentleman at the house had been
murdered spread through the neigh
borhood, and some of the people
round about visited the house.
They were all repulsed at the door,
no one being allowed admittance.
Neither the gentleman, however,
ftor tue stranger was ever again
seen, nor could any trace of the lat
ter be found. The times were not
such as to demand especial examin
ation of the facts in the case, and
nothing ever came of it. The
widow lived in the house for a few
years afterwards with only the two
servants as companions, and then
left the neighborhood. The house
was for a long time empty, but
finally another party took possession
of it, and it passed successfully
through many hands, until about
twenty years ago it was pulled
down, and tl e lot has remained
vacant ever since.
A Review of the Startling Sapidi
ty of Muscovite Progress.
The extent of the Russian acqui
sitions of territory in Central Asia
is as little understood as the curious
chapter, half of deliberate policy
and half of accident, which contains
the history of these acquisitions.
The general statement that in a
quarter of a century Russia has F.d
vanced her frontier 700 miles to tne
south and 900 miles to the south
east, gives but a vague impression
of the startling rapidity of Musco
vite progress. Russia is an empire of
"magnificent distances," and the
mention of its advancing fron
tier suggests the acquisition of
barren steppes or frozen desert.
But it must be remembered that the
parallel of latitude under which we
live would about pass through the
center of the Russian territories, in
Western Turkestan. Th" three
great Ihanates Bokhara, Kilo
baud, andKhiva which Jtussia has
virtually absorbed during the pres
ent generation, have been the seat?
of highly civilized empires, and
have formed the subject of contest
between dynasties, whose names
are among the foremost of Asiatic
potentates. Genghiz Khan, the
modem Attila, once ruled a vastilo
minion from aniarcand, which has
now become a Russian munici
pality, and a successor of Timour,
the Turcoman, founded the Em
pire of the Great Mogul in India.
Territories Iwtlt wealthy and pros
perous had, however, sunk into that
peculiarly hopeless style of barbar
ism characteristic of the effeto
stages of Mussulman rule, long be
fore Russia crossed tho Kirghiz
steppe, or began to continue Iter
Siberian forts southward toward the
Jaxartes. At every stage of her
advance she has replaced the most
debased forms of tyranny with a
system of administration which, if
tainted with the viuesof military ar
rogance aim civilian rapacity, is at
least a guarantee of social security
and an immense stride to ward civil
ization. Theambition of her generals
operatingat immense distances from
the central authority, and necessa
rily Invested with very ample dis
cretion in dealing with semi-barbarous
foes, has had rather more to
do with Russian advances in Asia
than any steadfast line of policy
traced at St Petersburg. Nothing
is more striking than the ridiculous
smallucss of the armies with which
Russia has subjugated TurUftstan,
Tasbkend was tak.cn with lss than
2,HH of an assaulting force, though
the town contained 89,000 inhabi
tants and a garrison of 13,000 to 15,
000 men, and so on with other cele
brated actions of the last twenty
years. The late expedition agalast
Klijva was pjanneu with more de
liberation uud carried out with a
greater display of strength than any
previous advance against the other
Khanates. The causes which led
to that expedition are, however, a
fair sarnp'e of the reasons that have
eompolled the conquest of the sur
rounding States. As tho civilized
nation advance Its protectorate, the
tribes which It cowed became less
fitted than before to resist the at
tacks of their independent neigh
bors, and in sheer self-defense
the Russian outposts had to be
pushed further and further into ter
ritories which were used chiefly for
the concealment of organized bands
of armed robbers. Or,- theEnvoys,
the merchants, the soldiers of the
advancing power were taken prison
ers by some of the trioes beyond
the line of conquest, and expedi
: ions for the'r rescue and the pun
ishment of their captors, led by aj,
natural enougn series oi events, to
permanent occupation. 2feu lYork
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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
138 Ihrnham Street, ,
Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
July 9, 1ST4. f
The banks are doing a good busi
ness; the money supply is good,
and good paper finds ready accom
modation. Not much doing in
warrants to-day, and quotations re
main the same. Money is compara
tively easy, bu? still additional
capital could be safely and profita
bly used, and with the promise of a
large increase to our business this
coming fall we know of no better
place where it could be more safely
THE -FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grcnts (selling) $815.00
Land Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (1C0 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
(ieo acres buying).- 17G.00
Do. Selling. 185.00
Exchange on New York, 1-5 of one
The demand for groceries was
quite heavy considering the season,
the principle part of the trade being
country orders. No change in quo
tations. The produce market was fair, the
demand exceeding the supply in
regard to small fruits. Receipts of
butter fair and the demand confined,
to local trade.
Hardware still continues in good
demand at former figures.
There is not much demand lor;
dry goods, prices ruling some and
trade principally local.
Carefully Corrected DaUy
j. j. brown & bro., Cor. I4th and
S hapten's ...............
Bright 4-J ..
Cabot 4-4 ..
N. Y. Mi'U..
do 10 .
Farmers and Mechanics-.-......
Great Western-..... :.-.-.,.
Uraotville, E 1.
I- L s
AmokreiR, cr i
Beaver Creek, B B
Otis, B B..
Oils, C C..
kurtz mohr & CO., 231 Famham
Clark'a O. N. T ....
$ fi.2 00
. 3 OCyG 00
. tl 256 50
4 757 50
Ottoman strips ...
While common ....
' medium... ....
' cftoia tnado...
?6 50a7 25
7 75a9 00
' duck .. --
French whalebone ....
Ojr own-... .......
7 00a7 50
- 8 00a9 50
. So 25a8 00
Linen printed..... .... S 9 00
" raffled 12 CO
" fluted ... ....... 15 00
J. C Kosenfeld gives us tne
following quotations this day :
Btiiter, active, 13 in tubs; Eggs
in demand at Ho per daz.; Live
Chickens at2 002 50 per doz.;
Gooseberries, 2 50 per bu. ; Cher
ries, 5 OOper bu ; Oranges, 9 00;
Lemons, 14 00 per box. ana Rasp
berries, 20c per quart.
JOHN T. EOAR.
Horse shoe ba. .
Norway nail rod-
American casn, octagon and square.
Jcssap's English do do
Burden's horse shoes, perkeg
do male do do .-.
Northwestern horse nails
Dnndee thimble skeins, discount 45 ptr cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
3d do ,
3d fine do
lOd finls'ng do
8d do do
0d do do
8d do do
6d dc do
Wrought, all sizes
Carriage and tire discount 70 pr c
Narrow wrought, fast ointdlscount 20 pr c
Cast, loose pin reversible do 35 do
Hay and manure forks discount 30 pr c
Hoes and gaidcn rakes-. do 25 do
Strap and T discount 25 pre
Tail's black discount 8.1 pre
Coo's lmnitUtlon..-.-. do 45 do
Coe's genuine ..- . do 20 do
American Iron 45 pre
do braxs.-.. 40 pre
r i SCTTItJC.
H Holt's 3a.t Klng.per do .', net 14 25
Champion , 12 08
HeakP Eureka ., 10 00
do red 9 00
. ,. WADsa asp suovms.
Rowland'aNoS black shovels, D U 12 00
do do polished do do . 13 00
do d black spades do 12 00
Moors do polished do do IS 00
do's "spring point" L U shovels-. 13 50
IJppencott'sWeternCrowB is 00
do do do b;vefed 13 so
Parke' No 3, Iron box net 5 25
do do 103 do IS 75
do do 25 Union Ir .,- 11 00
eo do 35 do Brltanla 13 00
Harerave.SmilhA Co., discount
American File Co do
Haydole's, A E No 1, 1, 2.
Jta-UBoad's A E No .
do do 4-
Kmlnter' No 1
do do 2.
do do 3-
Morri' hlngll-g. No 1
do do do 2
?do do do
f-idc daw do 1
Buffalo S. sole t)
Hemlock SLiole No 1
do do No 2.
do do dam.
do span sole good,
do kip ..
do upper D ft
Oak sole B
FVhcalf Jodots pr dz,
Other brands different wt, pr lb-
French kip pr m ..
Dry flint pr m
Jan. and Feb, pelts-
Powell A Co., Soap monufacturers.
Sapt. Pofclico, 6 1-2Q6 3-4; Savon
RepublfCde, Chemical OUre, 6 to
61-2 j "Palm, 55 1-4 ; German Mot
led, 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270l;i,arnhani Street, fumishea the
Oil walnut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 inch 15c;
polished walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
615c; 2 inch 1230c; 3 inch 18
45c: imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
viuch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 8 inch
3 Window shades.
Plain bands, 6 feet all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union jnd all wool terry, per yard
1 503 )0; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
Union per 'yard, 1 60; all wool,
2 003 CO.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
Sublet to change of market without
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. tracV bet. I xrnbaui at
GEO A. HOAGLAN1.
Jois's, studding and sills, 20 It, and
Over 20ft, each additional ft add'l....
Fencing No 1 .. ......
do No 2- ...... .-... ..-.
1st common boards ..
2nd do do .. ...
"A" stotk lioards, 10 and 12 mcli
"B" do do do uo
"C" do do do do
1st clear, 1, 1J, A aad 2 Inch
2d do do do do .....
3d do do do do ......
Flooring, clear.... . .....
do 1U common .....
do 2d do .....-
do ad do ........
d.) narrow, clear .... .
lt clear ceiling V inch. ........
2d do do y. Inch. . - -
lt do do Inch... -.....-
2d do do J Inch
1st clear sluing ...... ...... ..
2d do do .. .....
1st common siding...
2d do do ......... . ....
"A" shinsles ... -
Extra No 1 shingles..... .. ....-
Common No 1 shingles -..-..
Lath per 1000
Uail picket etr 100
Square do do do .... ....-.
O G Batten per lineal I r....... ..
.. .. 2 00
f 0 00
.... 45 00
. 35 00
uougn uo ao ao ....
Liberal discount on carload lot
35 per cent offCbicsgo list.
25 pet cent oft CI icago l'st.
SO per cent off list.
White lime per bbl Sl 752 00
Lonlsvllle cement per bbl... 3 OfVuS 25
Plaster parls per bbl 3 50(3 75
Plastering hair per bushel-. 40
Tmd felt 4
Plastering boaru... ..... ..- 4
OILS. TAINTS, GLASS. &c.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Cost on s is
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" " bl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 28
i ra Oil, No 15 35?1 00
" " " 2 70
" " wlrter on
" "stralu'dj w
W. Va. J"
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtlctly Pure . 111
" " " ' Fancy Brandi 9y2
Putty In Bladders . 5U
" ' Bulk. A
Enimeld Glass, colors, sq. ft. 1 00
Flat Glas. 50 c discount
TIN. SHEETIROX. WIRE, C.
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x14 IC, lair quality.
10x14 Ic. best quality.
11x14 IX do do .
12x12 Ic; do
12x12 IX do
11x20 IC do
14x20 IX do
14x20 IXX do
DO plate 1C
100 plate DX.
100 plate DXX do
100 plate DX-XX do
Roofing IC charcoal do
Roofing IX do do
10x14 IC coke do
20x23 IC charcoal roofing.
20x28 IC charcoal roo3ng
cmxi4 ia. cnarcoai
10x20 cuke (for cutters).
Sheet tin 25 to 36 in
do do do
ic half casks
In 250 casks-
do do do
Sheet 34 to 15 Inches per sheet..
Tinners soldei (extra refined.
do do No. 1
do do roofing ..
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24..
do do do . 25 .
do do do -U26
do do do S7
Charcoal, both sides smothe
ao KO 24.
do do tfi
do do 27 .
Juniata, N. 24.
da .1o 26
do do 27-
Russia perfect 7 to 12,
do No. 1, stained
Less than tuU bundles, add one cent.
"A"America immltat'n Russia, -U No.
Lea than I uU bundles add one cent.
No. 14 to 20.
do 21 to 24.
do 25 to 23-
Full bundles discount 13 per cent.
Braxier o 9
do 10 to 12 B .
do 12Xto 100-.
Sheathlns;, 14 aud IS o.
Planished. 14 aad 16 .
Nov 7, 8 and 9, Planished-
sou copper ..
10 U UK UX
Not. 0 to 6 8,8.9
No. 15,16 17 IS 19
Pr hdndl 15 par ctt dlaaoua
- ... s as
nam o zs
1 25 1 50
73 1 25
i 25 30
.. 1 50 1 W
V t Yk V QA
I "", -rr 45 44
7S 00 9000
. 1 75 2 35
7 1 U 1 H
,..,:, ,-,,, , 6 5 9 00
. tli 00
do 14 00
do . 17 00
do . 150
do .. 17 50
do .. 20 50
do 23 50
(best quality) 23 50
do do 14 00
do .. . 17 00
do .... 20 00
do 15 00
do .. 16 00
do 12 60
, , ,, 21 00
STEELE oV JOHNSON 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARE i FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PITNDT, MEYER & RAAPKE, 212 FARN
BVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN & Gallagher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BACSERMAN Co., 247
j. j. brown . bro., Cor. 14th and
G rannlated pr tt
Rat cut loaf do
Standard A do
Circle A do ....
Yellow C do
N O choice do ..
Rio choice pr lb
do prime do
do good do -
O (r Java-. -
Common pr gallon....-
Good do ....-..
Choice do -...
do N O molasses
Carolina . ..
M Wesk A Co
M. Wesk 4 Co
Black goods, Western
do do Virginia -.....
do do Lorrllard's...-..
Bright do do do ... .....
dj do Virginia -.-
California peach s per pound
do apples do .
Ftate do do
New cunants ... .
do German cherrlcs..
..2 70a2 85
.. 4 50-5 75
..M 25al 50
.. 4 Ojat 25
4 25a4 50
.. C 507 00
3 50a3 75
.. 5 75aG 00
..4 50-5 00
do bl ckberries
An .uf.tne ,Mr hnT...
do secdle raisins, per pound
New In barrels ......
do dairy . .......
2 pound can Myer's oys'ers, per case.
do da do do do
dc do William's do do
do do peaches pet case
do do do do .
do do tomatoes do ....
do do do do ......
Corn, Trophy per case,
do Winslow do
do Yarmouth do
Strawberries, do .
Oolon s, per pound .......
Young 11 sou, per pound .
Gunpowder, do do .
Snow Flake, (Wells A Nleman)
Gold Dust ......
C-lUo.-nia ... ...-
Gut lie, heavy weight.
-o iignt uo
lips, four biuhel-
Ai bags, Amoskeg A --o
do Ludlow a a-,
Nutmegs, Penang best,per pouud.
Clvct do do .
Alsplce do do -
Ci-aiuon bark do do .,
1 35al 4i
A. E. SIMPSON,
H M. s :5 oo
Parilgas ..... ..
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14Hi Street.
Half barrel sacks. . 2 9C
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific B. B.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE ROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, ijavenport and Rock Island.
All Passeneer Trains are equipped with the
Wkjtinouolsk Patent Air Bkai and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily,
connecting as f ol'ows :
AT DES MOINES with the De Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Oskalooaa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonls.
AT G1UNNKLL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, 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 JUNCTION with the
South-Western tirancb, for Muscatiue,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORr with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad lor Freeport, Be- it, Racine, Mil
waukee and all points in northern IJlnols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord, Rock
Is'and and St. Louis Rillroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Hock
Ind Raihoad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC., with braorh, for Uen
ry, Larere, Chillicothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with tho Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with ail lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
la this line, can be procured, and any inlor
mation obtained, ctncirning points, at the
fcket office of the ccmpinv, 123 Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal ticket office
along the line of tho U. P. I- R.
Baffsrace cCbecked Throng-ti to all
Principal E atero Points.
A. M. SMITH, H. RIDDLE,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag-t, Gea'l Sup't
J. U. LACEY, a & STEVENS,
Ticket Agent, Gea'l Weatarn Agt
28tl Ouua Osaaaa.
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
Tlie Skortcat aud only Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points in
NORTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains 7la this route.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Union Pacific
Railroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bluff, with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council Bluffi Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At ML-sourl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway lot Chicago and all
4. At Sioux City with Sioux City and St.
Paul, Illinois Central aud Dakota Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River,
during navigation and with stages for all
points In the Northwest-
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for ail point- west and the
7. At WIsner with stages for Norfolk and all
points In Northern Nebraska.
."Ticket- for sale In Chicago and North
western Railway office.
rue sure your UckeU read via S. C. A P.
L. BURNETT, Sup't.
F. C. HILLS, Gen. Ticket Ag't.
GEO. W. GRATTAN,
e9 m7. Agent. Omaha.
Fraatt-j- on 4th, 5th aad Wilaitit
St. Lotus, - Mo.
Laveille, Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-class In ail It
PI ointment. Its tables are at ail time sup
plied In the greatert abundance, with all the
delicacies the market afford, Its clerks and
employe are all polite and attentive to th
wants of the guest ot the hotel. There la an
improved eleva'or leading front the first floor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
lcket offices, new stand, and western taloa
taitgrapa OH in. the Xotaada ot hotai,
The Popular Route, from
Chicago and the East !
Only ZJiroot Elc.-u.to
Croiac, Prairie Dn Lhlen. Winona,
St-P-ul,Dalatu, Jann-rllle, Kno
aha, Urecn a, Itarine. MtTtn't
Point. W-tesrtoiTti, Othksah, Ion
Da Lar, aiadlu tuid Milwaukee.
It Being the Shortest snd FUst Comoleted Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
Constant iniprov.ru nts ha ve taken pls in
the way ot reducing Urade, and placing Iron
with Steel 1 II, addlu to Its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAY nud 8L.HKP1NG CARS
Equipped with the "Wvstluzbou-e Air Brake"
and ''Miller Platform." establishing comforta
ble and commodious Eating Houses, offering!
the comf '-rts ot traveling the age can produce.
From- to 10 Fast Express Tralus run each
way daily over the various lines of this road,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di
rection he may wish logo. '
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux Cty, Yankton and point reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MABSHA-LforSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
D-luth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dun'elth, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all point on the
Chicsgo, Clinton nd Dubuque, nd Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON toe Freeport, Racine Milwau
kee and allMlataln Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway Uo Madia
aTtM-2ttWtoaU liratsHse - tato
If. -tiji pracriia i.i -tit l-frrr-rl t- -
R-ateu Rata-, etc. at tw
!U.ttW.r.t.J- a . . .
-rssaflKff----U-t al yrta-Jj-ll
vTfLKlmikrt, tA UMaftl,
JtI rttmtgt Agrt. ata. 8st.
J. itLACaTlV aW.-MY.
TU-t,Ut-l. e-'l.rt Oatalw-
Omaha & St. Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
I the only dire line to
AND THE EAST. FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHANGE . ,i between Omana and St.
Louis ana b it oi e between OMAHA
anu AW YORK.
This th Only lne running a
PUL-.T1AN fcLEEPIXQ OAR BAST
FROM OI1AHA, ON ARRIVAL,
OF TUB CNIOX PACIFIC
VPaitscnzers taklnz othei routes uave a
disafcbl transfer at tho River Station.
PASSKXUEIl TRAINS DAILY !
EA3TEBN AHD wE3TEBT CITIES
With Leas Changes and In adrince of other
This Entire Lino Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cats,
Falace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westintjhouso
STSee that your tickets read via
Kniiaaa Cltr, N Joseph dc Council
Ulufl It-1 rod,
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Ticket for sale st cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Ouuha.
GEO. 7 3RADBDRY,
. F. BARNARD, A- a PAWES,
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l i's. Agt.,
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LEA VIC ST. X.OUIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT CHAKQE
NEW Y ORE
ArrinJ of Trains froat tie West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
niTPT7-7rpCI Are for Sale t the
AiV'!ilO Coin-nay'a Office,
.I5. eci'A.rKourtht dheatnnt t ,
HI. LonlK, ami al the Principal Kal'
rmy Ofliro in Use IVesl.
CHAS. BABCOCK, a E. RUSSELL,
8'thern Pas. At, Wtsfn Pass. Ag't.
Dallas. Texas. Kansas tiTr,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLI.EIT,
Gem Sapt, Gtn'li'ass. Ag't-
ZR' Indianapolis . Sr. Lot-is.
Confectioners1 Tool Works,-
Tao3, Mills dk Bro,
Matklce JfoaUta, Ice Cierm
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth St.
Proprietors: ETAaustiD U6L
Thomas Mills, 1
9M- 5IT.3!lIt1' I rTLOGUES SENT
AtlkP.Pax.J j upocapfllcaUon.
Th3only known remeJyfor
And ajxMltlre cure for
Gout, Gravel, Strictures,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia Ner.
vou Debility, Dropsy,
Non-retenticn or Incoetlnence of Urine, Irri
tation. InSau i.tiou or Ulceration of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Louoerhoe or Whites. Diseases of the Pro-trate
ciUnl. d one tn the Bladder. Colcul ;
QltAVEL OR BRICK ;DlST .DK.
And Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Eictract BucIl a !
Permanently Cure alL, Diseases of.tho
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing In Men, Women and Children,
No Matter What the Age!
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract ltuchu is worth more t-jn all
other Buchus combined."
Price one dollar per bottle; or, six bottles for
Depot 104 Duane St., N. Y.
A physician In attendance to answer corres
pondence and give advice gratis.
MVaend stamp for pamphlets, free.r
Crane A Brigham. Wbo!eslo Agents, San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOW SEXES.
SO0HAB0E FOB ADVIOS AHD C8S-
rR J. Ii. DYOTT, graduate of
Jeuenson jretlical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
works, jan he consulted on all dis.
eases of the Sexual and urinary or
gans, (which he has made an es
pecial study.) either in male or fe
male, no matter from what eauc
originating", or how locg standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a tlistance can forward let
tors describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
jSSTSend for the Guide to Health.
Phy.-Icion and Surgeon, 101 kDuane
street, X. Y.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RELE1F FOR YOUNG MEN from
the effects ot trrorsand Abuses in early life.
Manhood Restored, impediments to Marriage
Removed. New met! oil of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free, In Kaled envelope. Addre", HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., an Institution hatingahixti
eputatiun for honorable conduct and profes
rlonal kills. je5d.tw3ui. -
Uh. axles Popper,
Nl CATTLE BROKER,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
t'roprietcr ol Uw
Depot for the salo of his
2. SELLER tSc Co.,
Corner of Battery and Washington Sta.
A KUAXCLSCO, cal.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points oa U.P.R.B., hoald take the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And fcure lor tnemselvs the choice of Six
Popular lit J tea from
Atcnbou to Chic-go and St. Louis,
AU malting Reliable C -nections and being
rLjtdpp- with Palaca Day u- Slaspiaj Caw.
All d-lay and inconvenience arriving from
Ferries acd transfer can be avoided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tlcketi via
ATCHISON and tbe ATCmsuX
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. A S. F. R. R. for the
Great Arkausas Valley & Colorado,
And with all linn runDing South to point in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
As-for Tickets via
LINCOl- & ATCHISON
W. F. WniTE
Gen'l Pas. Ag't.
UNTIL, YUC U.VVK
, pASliMj THAJtlt
AS WE HAVE TWhLVK UOOD REASONS
why thev wilt do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea-) and Clean.
U They are che i pest to buv.j
They are best tou-c.
Cg Ther bake evtnly and quickly,
Their operation is perfect,
3 Ibey have always a good draft,
-- They areniadeorikelcstmaterlal
-sj Tbey roast perfectly,
TlHjy require but Utile fuel,
They ara easily niinsed.
They are suitvd to -lllocslltt-.
QB ETary stoveguaranteedtoglveiatUfaclloa
ST. LOUIS, M0.,
-t--. IVo'brnialc n.
Or 8AS-r-Coa:cd, Concentrated,
uuu. sicroai JUtco, Antl
Bitlons Granules. TflC'Linu:
GIANT" C.VTHAIIT-C or Multum
Ii ' Parvo Physic.
The norelty or modern 3rlicU. Chnnlcal an
rharmacentical Sctcncu No Ui of any loce,
U-tn tha larse repuWvo and naiyeou piU,
conipcrted of cheap, crude and bulky Insjredltnta.
when we can by a cacful application of chemtcat
FClence. extrai ' all tlio cathartic aiid other mol!
rlnal proper 'es from the most taluabio root anc
terbJ, aad ronrcntnte thcin Into a mlnnto Gran
ule. ncaruMy larger than a imutarj
need, that can be rc-dily sualloxvecl by thoeol
thu cHtenslivi t-tomacbi ancLfa-tidlon ta.tcs.
Eachlittld t'urgativo I'.cllot rcprefcnf.lua
rao-'t concentrated forra. aVtaiic catbartic power
as Is cmbodict in any of thcCrxu rills found fv.r
ale in tbe drr shops. Trui their wonderful ca.
tharttc power, tn proTortton ro their Mie, pccpicr
who hae na tried t-ca an, apt to fnpposa (tat
th.'y are har.n or drattc tn effect, but such I col
at all tht! cat, .lie different actlvo jRcdicical pris.
ciplesior which they aru cot-posed leins so tar,
denized and r-odtlcd. ono tiv tho others, as to
produce a racist acnrelilns; aad thor
oli,yct Kemly-owl kindly opcralliiir
50O Rerar1 litiercby offered bytho pro
prietor of .heso IVlliN, to any cheml't who,
upon analysi. vill find In them an Calomel or
other furou of mercury ot any other mitral
Bclaff entirely vcKCtablc.no jsrUen tar
care la .-equlrcd while Usin;; them. They tya
nto without dislnrbanco- to tho constitution, diet,
oroccupatlon. For Jaundice, Headache,
CoMHlipatloii, Inipnro lllood, I'alu
In tbo Mioulder, TIkIThichh of tho
Cheat Dizziness. Sour Uroctntlona
of tho Moniaeh, Ilad ins to lit
uaoutb, Ullloast attach. Pain la
region ol lCldueya, Internal I'over,
Itloatcd foellnx about stontacli,
Kah of BIooL co Head, Hlaa Col
ored. Urlue, Unsociability and
.niooasy Forcbettlac-, t-e Dr.
In cipIatuilon or tha rctnedlalpower of my Tcr
eatlve Pellets over r o treat a vaMcty ot diea'es.
win toray lasj moir action Hpoii iiio
ficir nuar co-'incfaLd bcln enc!oved-Jn gla
bnttlcs nrccno their lrtac unimpaired tit Mar
lccth of t me. In any climate, ao that they areaJc.
x;i?i fasti ana rciiaoic. unica is not tea ova
(TUU tue plus uuna in ino arug itores, puk up m
cheap Koodorpa'te-boardboas. Recollect thai
f ;rt'i -isoa-c-t where a Laxative. Altera
tiro or Purgative U Indicate!, ttei littlo
VciMi will chct-ciot perfect tatlilictioa tc
all who uac them. ..
They aro iriJ by all enterprising
DruggUta at j cottt- a bottle.
Do not allow any Irnjs;l't to ladcre rot to
lae anything c!t that ro may ear la just as
pood aa ray Pcllcto bccauo ho m-kca a Uirci-i
profit on that wbi-h ho recot-tnends. Jf josr
dni3ylt cannot supply thcin, enclcso S3 cH
aniTtcccie them ny retnm mail from
C. 1". PlJUl'lJ:, 3T. It , JVonV, '
BtrFFALO, N. 1J.
ASK EOE PYLE'S
ZJST I-ST TT3-E2
Sold by Pi'ndL Meyer A Raapkeand Whitney,
Bauseruian A Co
East India. Goods,
213 and 313 FRONT STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
U. P. R. R. LAJMDS,
Columbus, . ITob,
Government Lands Located i
U. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms and Town EoUfor
ON LONG TIME!!
aAU Commuaication3 Cheer
E. F. COOK.
537 lit. St, bthrees Dcrcglu and DotLrs
Manufacturer of TIa Copper aad Sheet Iron t-
IV.re, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves Sr
Stampe.1, Japannnl an 1 French Ware on
hant. Tin Rooan. Gutters and SpoaUngand
totWor djna tn-l warrcaRod. ebitt
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