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OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley Lands !
FOU SALE BT
TKTisner, - - H"b
THESE LANDS AKE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the t
FINEST in the STATE!
And'will be told at from
$2.50 to $5.0.0 PER ACRE!
For Cash or on Long Time.
JSAXD EXPLORING 1 f CK-'
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. De
pot, bearing coupons which will
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SIGH FABMI50 LAHD Iff HEBRASXXU
HOUSES AND LOTS iCtne city of Omaha,
for sale eheao anil on eood terms.
Real estate brokers,oSce over Maekeys store,
on Dodge U opposite Lev pjetoftiea" ap30oi2
-HtGISrEfi OF THE BKPAKTKD.
Ho- 493 llrth St, betreen Farnhxm & Harnej.
Will by the aid of gmrdlan spirits, obtain
to any one a Tie w of me pan, present anu fu
ture. No two charged in case of sickness,
U. hUEBV. c J. Ki.EBV.U-
GKLHE & KAHBACU, .
15th st. between Firnluia and arney a'l.
OMAHA, - - 2TEB.
Spring and Farm Wagons,
DUGOIES AXU JASXKS1.ukib.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
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PARTICULAR .tVESTIOS PAID TO
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Cor. 16th aud "Webster Sts.,
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255 Harney street, between la arid 15th.
Carriage and Wagaa JUklag
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LI&T, SAMPLE OR OTHER cFECTMES,
also those who visit their customers and solicit
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NEBRASKA CROP VOTES.
Barley is being harvested this
weeK. Sarpy Sentinel.
The Brain crop throughout the
county is simply enormous. Blair
(Washington county) Times.
The excessive heat during last
week we fear will shrink late wheat
31. B. Bellows, of Dixon county,
has 'walnut trees in bearing from
from seed planted four years ago.
1 Farmers and everybody else aro
jubilant 'over the prospects for an
abundant harvest, Tecumseh
Ihe crops in the neighborhood
near tho Reservation appear in a
very fine condition. Columbus
- ,JijD. Syas says he threshed six
,aura oi lye uini-nxui u uusuu ui
the acre. Fairmont (Fillmore Co.)
Grave fears are now entertained
that the wheat crop will be some
what injured by the continued dry
weather. Oat-dale (Antelope Co.)
The new crop of barley is already
beginning to come in. Mr. "Wilson, I
a flax mill man, handed us a bunch,
of flax that measured three feet six
Inches. Ashland Times.
Farmers and everybody else have
long been "praying for rain ; crops
have suffered somewhat, owing to
the continued drouth. Boone
County Newa. -
Barney Barnes, who resides six
miles north of west Point, has a
large field of corn which averaged
six feet in height on the 4th of July.
"How is that for high?" i"Vest
Harvest time Is" -upon u. and
reapers aro at work all over the
county. The crop promises to be
abundant, notwithstanding the con
tinued dry weather. Adams
The most cheering news cornea to
us from all parts of the country,
satisfying us that Saunders county
will produce more grain this seuson
than any 'other count y in the
State. Saunders Republican.
Barley harvesting has com
menced. Youn; potatoes are plenty in
We are Informed that the wheat
crop is being injured by the exces
sive heat. Dakota Mail.
A. J. Johnson showed us the" finest
specimen of wheat, last Sunday, wo
have seen this year. He has forty
aores of as good wheat as was ever
grown, with a prospect of yielding
25 bushels to the acre, This is what
Howard county can do. Daune
brog (Howard Co.) Sentinel.
A large amount of barley and
rye is already cut.
There ia no disguising the fact
that crops in this vicinity are badly
inj'ired by the intense heat and
drouth of the past ten days. Wheat
may be a half crop; with corn
doubtful. This Is the general im
pression. (Schuyler Register,
Crops are looking very well in
deed. Since the rain corn has been
growing at a wonderful rate. The
work of harvesting the wheat crop
In this county is well advanced,
and we are confident of an average
crop, notwithstanding the damage
caused by continued hot South
winds, whioh many thought would
result in almost a total failure of the
wheat crop. Grand Island Inde
pendent, The early wheat is nauly or quite
Teady to cut and will bo a good
yield all over the county, while
some ot tho later pieces will be cut
short a little unless rain comes soon
and many pieces are feeling tho ef
fects of the dry weather now. 1 ho
wheat crop in this county is not as
promising now as it was two weeks
affo 3'ct there wjll probably be a
fair j'Jeld, Thp prospect for a pota
toe crop is good, as thp bugs are do
ing but little work and early pota
toes are nearly all out v-f their
way. Hebron (Thayer county)
Crops generally are looking well
and nowhere better than in the
valley ot the Little Blue in Nebras
ka. Corn, in sonic places, has .been
retarded In growtu by the wet
weather, and, in eastern Kansas es
pecially, by weeds, but is growing
with wonderful rapidity. Wheat
looks wel, and on the line of the
road harves tin g Is in progress. The
prospect is also good for a large
yield of potatoes, the damage by the
potatoe bug being less than was
feared earlier in the season. Fair
Harvest is harrying on apace. At
the present moment of writing, sev
eral pieces ot oats are ready for tho
sickle. Its yield will be heavy as
the uniform. Answer to the Inqui
ries we have made as to its condi
tion, Is that it is "splendid." Wheat
will also be out during the present
week. The wheat Is excellent, al
though it is possible that the last
few days of drouth has shortened it.
Thcarea of rye and barley sown was
small, but what there Js of it Is
good. Some pieces are now ripe,
The potato crop is unexcelled, and
unquestionably will survive the in
sect attacks, which have threatened
it somewhat. Corn could not look
better. Orleans (Harlan Co,) Beii
iinel Crops in Phelps county are look
ing finely at present, but it .is
prophesied that unless we soon
have rain the yjejd of sod corn will
not bo as largo us was at Jjrst ex
pected. The wheat crop of this
region has, without doubt, been
very greatly Injured by the severo
dry weather and the warm south
wiuds of the past two weeks. Not
withstanding, we may look to have
something of a crop, at least a
half. Had the weather of the past
two weeks been favorable, the yield
would have been Immense, and the
amount of grain to be shipped from
this point, simply enormous. Corn
is still looking excellently well, and
with the proper culture, will, we
believe, yield a rich return to the
farmer. Still, we shkll al be
thankful if He, who sends the rain
upon the just and the unjust, woidd
vouchsafe us a share of that cooling,
invigorating clement. Columbus
HarvestignJn this country began
lastMonday and is being fcvery
where vigorously ptuhed Airward.
We have heard but few opinions
xpresBed as to what the yield, will
bo and they are somewhat contra
dictory aad conflicting some hold
ing that the yield will be below the
usual average, while ethers main,
tain that it will be quite up to It, at
least, it can no longer oe aoubted
that on some of the high land the
wheat has been more or less injured
by the hot, dr weather of the past
three weeks, but it is thought that
the yield on th.e ow lands will be so
much larger than usual, as to offset
this deficiency and keep up the
general , average throughout the
county. Nothing definite can be
known, however, until after the
grain ha been threshed and we
mit thtt time with considerable
eni0ity.---I,oii Tree Courier,
John Sparks tut last week 100
acres of winter wheat, which, he
thinks, will thresh 25 bushels to the
Wesley Bender informs us that
his winter wheat, which he cut a
week ago Monday, will probably
yield 22 bushels to the acre.
Harvesting is now in progress in
various parts of the countyj and by
next week at this time it will be in
full blast, although much of the
wheat will not be cut quite as early
as that Kye Is. now being cut, to
gether with a few pieces of spring
wheat A great deal of grass wheat
was sown, and that Is somewhat
later than other varieties.
The prospect continues favorable
in the main for as good a crop as
was cut last year, which was -arge.
Many' of our farmers consider the
prospect better, but we judge it will
not be. Corn Is looking superb and
doing finely, and if it has rain at
the proper time, the crop will be
AlTother crops, potatoes included,
are doing first -rate. Beatrice Ex
A STSXXTJTQ C0HTRA8T.
While Credit Mobiller Davis con
verted his fourth of July oration at
Elkhorn bridge Into a vindictive
and venomous political harrangue,
that represented Americans as total
ly unfit for self-government, anoth
er orator, with more charity in bis
composition and a higher apprecia
tion of the soul-inspiring reminis
cences of Independence Day, devot
ed his time and talent to a review
of the self-sacrificing devotion and
unyielding patriotism that charac
terizes Americans. We refer to the
oration delivered by Governor Pad
dock at Hastings.
Tho contrast In tho sentiments
expressed by the two orators is strik
ingly Illustrated by the following
extract from Governor Paddock's
oration, which had for Its text "the
Philosopjy of American Civiliza
tion : "
"To labor, to sacrifice," to die, if
required, for the preservation and
perpetuity of our great republic, In
all its integrity, in all iLs power, in
all Its glory ; to strive for the high
est and purest civilization attain
able for thenadon, for the state, and
for the community of which we are
a part ; to contribute as largely as
possible to the general welfare and
prosperty ; to foster and develop ev
ery interest ; to adorn and beautify
that part of this glorious land em
braced within the limits of our own
possessions, are some of the great
duties devolving upon us. But there
are many others, and chief among
them is this : to cultivate the spirit
Where there are so many and so
varied interests, involving antago
nisms of every character; wheroso
many different opinions obtain in
religion, in politics, in social life,
concerning the duties, the rights,
the privileges, the immunities of
sects, of parties, of social organiza
tions, and individuals, the exercise
of the utmost tolerance, by all, to
ward each other, alone can unite us
in harmonious action for tl.e conser
vation of genuine republicanism,
and for the development of the true
interests of the whole country.
Verily, the nobility ot our task is
only equalled by the grandeur of
our country, and the glorious char
acter of our institutions. But
above all things, In whatever we
engage, let uj not forget the im
portance of a stript accountability
for our acts to ourselves, to socie
ty, to the state, to civilization.
I cannot uion this occasion enter
the domain of politics to discuss pol
itics, and the dogmas of parties.
To-day I affirm that patriotism is
universal. It dwells with all par
ties as does religions with all sects.
Errors of judgment there certainly
are with parties as with indi
viduals, but the impulses of the peo
ple are patriotic. The day we cele
brate is too sacred to be prostituted'
to political discussions. A congre
gated nation to-day surrounds the
altar of our common country, and
the voice of party and Qf seot '8
hushed while, with one mind and
one heart, all do unite in worship at
the pure shrine of liberty. Beauti
ful thought ! Divine custom ! The
passions of men may rage never'
so violently in the conflict of
opiniou which always has, and1
always must exist, until man's or
ganization itself shall be changed,
but this is the national Sabbath day-to-day
party asperities are forgotten
The Idea of engaging in 'partisan1.
.1 1 t .1..2 .
uiscussiuu, auu muuigiug puny pus-
sjon upon this day, is as revolting to
the heart of thp true Americans, as
is the employment in secular pur;
suits of the day set apart for the
worship of the living God, distress
iqg to his chosen follow,
era. This, of all days, is thedayto
exercise charity and forgive
ness towards whomsoever in as evil
moment may have been led away,
from his allegiance. To him an" es
pecial invitation should be extend
ed to partake of the national feast
For him the fattened calf Bhould be
slalnT Thus wa shall win ba?k;his
love for the Union. And my friends
let us not forget, that "the patriotic
love of the people is the soul of the
Unlop, ts preservation is essential J
to mo very uw or we nation ivsejt,"
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Money an. Commerct.
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
July 13, 1874.
Monetary aflaira to-day are un
changed. Nothing doing in dis
counts of importance ; but good pa
per can find accommodatiorat fair'
rates. Land grants are somewhat
firmer, but in slight demand. Oth
er warrants and scrip are thp same'
prices, ruling steady at last quota
tion. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
quotes : ,
Land Grcnts (selling) $815.00
Land Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
(1C0 acrs buying).. 176.00
Do. SeUiug. '. 185.00
Exchange on New York, 1-5 of one
In groceries we have no changes
to make. Figures are the same and
firm, with an upward tendency for
sugars and coffees. Trade, as usual;
on Monday, is rather quiet Mercb
ants are complaining somewhat of
the dull times but, on the whole
compared with Eastern cities of the
same size, our trade Is favorable for
this season. 1
Hardware is still active and or
ders from the country are satisfac
tory. Prices on nails are somewhat;
firmer, but no change has as yet
been made. ,
Supply in produce to-day is light
and market almost bare. Prices are
Provisions Nothing doing in
this line worthy of note'. Trade
continues slow. t
Carefully Corrected DailTi
J. J. BROWN ti beo? Cor. 14th
Bright 4-4 SZ.
N. Y. Mills-..
BLEACUEC SHEETIN OS.
PeppereU 8-4 ..
do 10 ,-- ..
Farmers and Mechanics...
Great Western, ....
Albion. A ... .-....-
Orantville, E L ....
Germanla, B B."..-.. . . .
Lancaster , ,...-.....
Amoskefg, a c a.
Biddelord . ...........
Beaver Creek, B B.........
Otis, B B.....
Otis, C C
Biddeford . ...
Iioasier... ....... ......
KURTZ moiib &. co.231 Faruham
Clark's O. N. T ......... 7o
Domestic .-.......$ -VA1 00
BritUh. . 3 0C6 00
Pickens' best- $90
Klng-WlllUni.... .......... 1 35
Domestic.. ........ 1 80
Stanley .... .... 2 50
Ottoman strips .. (2 23(36 50
White comtunn..... ... .. $10 50
' medium.... ..,.. . 15 ou
custom made 30 00
Percalf... ..... $12002400
Calico 4 757 50
Brown drill SC 50a7 25
' dock .... . . 7 75e9 00
Bine drill , 7 007 50
duck . . .... i 8 00a9 50
White 8 00a9 50
French whalebone ......5 2SaS 00
Our own .. ..... 15 00
Comet -..- .-..... 23 50
Linen printed f 9 00
' ruffled 12 00
" fluted 15 0J
J. C. Rosenfeld grver. us tne
following quotations this day :
Butter, active, 11 in tubs; Eggs
dull, at 10c per dozen; Live
Chickens at 2 002 50 per doz.;
'Gooseberries, 2 60 per bu. ; Cher
ries, 5 OOper bu; Oranges, 9 00;
Lemons, 14 00 per box. ana Rasp
berries, 20c per quart : blackberries,
JOHX T. XDOAB,
Horse shoe bsu.
Norway naU rod-
Amerxan'casn, octagon and squi
Jessnp'a English do do
Burden's hone shoes, pr keg
do , mule do do
Northwestern horse nails
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
16d to Wiper leg,
lOd finls'ng do ...........
8d do do ....-
Gd do do -....-.-.
lOd casing do -..I, , ..- .
Sd dq do . -
6d do do ...
Wrought, all sixes .....
Carrisge and tlre...-,-. dlscouat
Narrow wrought, fast Volntdiscoant
Cast, loose pin reversible do
Hay and manure forks... discount
Hoes and gaiden rakes do
StrsnaflJ T discount
Tail's black . discount
Coe's immltatlon . . do
Coe's genuine-.-.-.-.-.-.. do
American Iron-.-. .. -
4q braa -.. -.-.-.
H Holt's Ha.est King. per do i, net
SPADES AID SHCVKLS.
Rowland's No 2 black shovels, D U -do
do polished do do
do do black spades do '
Moore do polishm do do
do's "spring point" L U shovels
do do do bcvefeU
COFFEE MILLS. -
Parke's No 3, iron box .pet
dq doiot do ,
da do 35 Udion tnh .,, T , ,
eo do 36 do BriUnis
Hanrrave.SmithA Co., discount
fintTriT" FileOe do
" 11 00
HaydoVs. A E Na 1, lf, 2
knxlnter's No 1-
f do 3
Buffalo S. sole ft
Hemlock SL sole Mo 1.
do do ,-i.No 3.
do span sole
do upper V f t-
.50 1 60
00 90 00
75 2 35
I 44 1 64
uax. sole ...
do can .
fell calf Jeweta or dt
Other brands diSerent wt, pr lb
French kip pr lb ....
star I inlaws
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturera.
Sav(. Publico, 6 l-26 3-4; Savon
RepqWiC, dc, Cheaiicsl Olire, 6 to
6 1.2tiPlsM, 55 14 ; German Mot
led, 61SS. 1-2.
AiX GOOD XSV TTPaoLSTKBER'S
NBeajuain B. Jones, Decorative Up-
hlwbtonr and dealer ia fine art goods,
270 Tambam Street, furniahe?. the
Oil walnut mouldings, one incb,
per foot, 5c; 2 inch 10c; 3 Inch 15c;
polutied walnut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3 inch 21c Berlin gilt, 1 inch
15c; 2 inch 12S0c; S inca 18
we; uaiiauon rosewooa ana gm, x
inch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 Inch
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4 00; each tdditioaal foot, 75c per
Union md all wool terry, per yard
1 608 fr, Imperial, plain and stri
pad, 2 60a8 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
Huak, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior, 3 50a4 50.
6abct to change ol market without tl
WM. M. FOSTER,
Ob U. P. R. R. tracV hot. i ixnham ai
GEO A. HOAGLAN1.
Joists, studding and sills, 20 it, and
Over &(TwbadjTlionai fTadd'T
Fencing No 1 ....
ao no 2-
1st common bos:
2nd do do
"A" stock boards, ID and 12 inch.
-- - oo ao ao ao
"C" do do do do
1st dear, 1, 1. IX aid 2 inch
3d do do do do
3d do do do do
do 1st common ......
do 2d do .......
do 3d do ......
do narrow, clear.
1st clear celling V, Inch.
Zd do do
1st do do
Sd do do
1st clear siding..
2d do do .
1st common siding.
ja ao ao .
Extra No 1 shinties
Common No 1 shingles-.
Lath per 1000
DA 11 pickets er 100...
Square do do do ........
O G Batten per. lineal fi
Rotutb do do do ......
LibtTal discount on carload lota
35 per cent off Chicago list.
25 pet cent oft Cl tcego 1'sU
30 percent off 11 st.
White lime per bbl
Lonisville cement per bbl......
Plaster parts per bbl
Plastering hair per bushel.....
Plastering boaru ...... ....
$1 752 00
. 3 00Q3 25
3 503 73
OILS. PALMS, GLASS, &e
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil $ 19
Linseed Oil. raw. 105
" il'd-. 1 10
Headlight OU 28
ira till, No IS S5st 00
" " " 2. 70
" winter ,
" "strain'dj w
w. va. ;"
White Lead, St. Louis, SrtlcUy Pure , t Ilk
ancy xmnas. . ,
Putty In Bladders,
Eaamtld Glass, colors, f) sq. ft............
Flat Glass, 50 V c discount
TIN. SHEET-IKON. WISE. AC
MILTON ROGERS, COR. 14th &
11x14 IC, telr quality .
10x14 Ic, best quality .
Iiixl4 IX do do .
13x13 IC do de -12x12
IX do do ..
Iti28 IC do do .
14x2011 do do .
14X20 IXX do do .
14x20 IXXX do
no plat dc
( best quality).
100 Hate DX, do
100 piste DXX do
Roofing IC charcoal do
Roofing IX do do
10x14 IU coke do
20x24 IC charcoal roofing.
30x28 IC charcoal roofing
tai . cnascoai
10x30 coke (for suttersl-
Sheet tin 35 to 36 In.
ao ao ao in nail casks .
do do do USswtt caaks-
Sheet 34 to 86 laches per sheet
Tinners soldet (extra refined,
do do No. i
do do roofing
First quality, Numbers 16 to 24
wo no ao za .
do do do 26.
de do do 37 -.
Chereoal, both aides smothe
ao no Z4.
do do :(-.
do do 27 .
oe to z
do do 27-
Uuasia perfect 7 to 12.
oe no. j, stained
than tuU bandlee. add one cent.
A"AsaericK launitat'n Bnssle, U Noa.
Leas than full bandies add one cent.
No. 14 to 91.
do 21 to 24.
Full bundles discount 15 per cent.
Ait ifflftA lisaVt
Sheathing, 14 aud 18 oa .
Planished, U and If ax-
mam. i, mm ,
10 11 11), X
DryAlntprfD 17 18
Dry salted 1 '
Green.'U . . 6 7
Jaa.aad Feb, pelts 125 M
l t cement!
dale 3 00
. ?l on
. 35 1
. 45 00
... - 35 00
Ji inch. . SS 50
fi luch 30 00
Inch 37 SO
. 4 25
. 3 00
ZT7 3 50
Nos. 0 to ( S,8J 10,11 It H,J
14 IB IC 13 30
Nee. ley 17 18 1$ 31
1 kMdleU per fat iXmn
STEELE A JOHNSON 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK FRENCH COR. FABNHAM AND
llTH ST. i..- -PUNDT,
MEYER A RAAPKE, 212 FAKN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MORGAN t Gallagher, 205 Farn
WHITNEY, BAUSEBMAN ex CO., 247
j. j. brown & bro., Cor. 14th and
Rat eat loaf do
Standard A do
N O choice
Rio choice prS
do prime do
do good do ..
O G Java-.
Common pr gallon.
Good do .....
Choice do -...
do N O mousses
Rangoon choice... ...... .
Carolina. ..... .
M Wesk A Co
IL Wesk A Co
do sterling ....
Black goods, Western.......
do do Virginia ...... .
do do Lorrilard's .
Bright do do do -.
do do Virginia..
California peachi s per pound
do apples do -.-..
Ftate lo do .....
New enrranta ....
do prunes-. .....
do German cherries .
do bl.ckberrles .
do raspberries .
do raisins, per box.
do seedless raisins, per pound-..
New In barrels
do dairy... .-..
2 pound can Myers oys'ers, per case:
do do do do
do William's do do
do peaches pet case-
do do do
do tomatoes do
do do do
Corn, Trophy per case..
ao winsiow uo
Oolon s, per pound.
Young Hyson, per pound -Gunpowder,
do do ...
Snow Flake, (Wells A Nieman)-
liokl iikst ..
XXXX Iowa City.
Gaeviies, heavy weight.
-o light do .
Ispe, lour bushels
adee gunnies. .-.
. tin bsxs, Amoskeg A
.o do Ludlow a a ,
Nutmegs, Penang best,per pound 1 35al 41
Cljvei do do 60
Alspice do do la 0
Cinamonbark 00 ilJ .,,.. 3544
" - CIGARS.
A. E. SIMISON,
H. Upman .. .
Simon Pure.... .
Gold Medal ..
De Villrr ..
Y Vlller ,
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14'h Street.
Halt barrel sacks ,. 2 96
Chicago, Hock Island
and Pacific It. It.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE ROM
OMAIIA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, davenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains sre equipped with the
WESTlXallOUSK Pxtlnt Air UaiKrs anj
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
3 Fast Express Trains Leare Dally,
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, lor Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonis.
AT UIUNNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedar Rsplds 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 DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freepoit, Be- lit, Racine. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Itocklord, Rock
Is'andandSt. Louis Rjilroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island Ballioad tor Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC, with branch, for Hen
ry, Lacere, Chillicothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illlaols Central Rail
road for points nort h and south.
AT CHICAGO with ii lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
la this Une, can be procured, and any infor
mation obtained, ctneernlng points, at the
ticket office of thecompinr, lis Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also st the principal ticket offices
along tne line oi tne u. r. a. at.
Bare-) (Theckecl Yhrongts to all
Principal Eastern Point a.
A. M. 8M1TH,
3. H. LACEY,
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
The Shortest aad emir Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Pouts in
NORTHERN IOWA Si MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN P-xLACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains 7ta this route.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Union Pacific
Railroad tor Omaha.
2. At CouncU BluS, with Kansas City, St.
Joe and Council BluSrSailroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At ML-sourl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway lot Chicago and aU
4. At Sloax City with Sioax City and S
Paul, Hllnsls Central and Dakota Southern
railroads. Steamers lor Upper Missouri River,
during navigation and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
vallioad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont, Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for all point west and the
7. At Wlsner wVh stages tor Norfolk and all
points In Northern ttebraska.
eTTlekeU tor sale In Chicago and North
western Railway offices.
aVBa sure your tickets read via S. C A P.
' L. BURNETT, Sup't.
F. C. HILLS. Gen. Ticket Ax't.
GEO. W. GBATTAN,
jeO m7. Asent. Omaha.
rrontUc ta 44. Stk tad Wtlattsts,
St. Lonis, - Mo.
IaTeillet "Warner & Co.,
The Southern Hotel is first-efssr la aHMu
aprointmesta: Its tables are at all Haw sop-
S lied In the greatest abundance, with all the
ellcacies the marketa afbrd, Ha elevxx and
employes are all polite aad attentive to the
wants ot the guests ot the hotel. There Is an
im proved elevator leading trota the ant Boor
to the upper one. Railroad and steamboat
kketoaUes, news xtaad- and wesaerr antes
telearaph oatot la ta aWtaada of hotel,
The Popular Route from
Cliicago and the East!
Ortlv TJiroot Zlouto
Crossxr, Prairie Da Chlcn. Wluona,
St. Paul, Dalutb, JauewlIIr, Ktno
aha, Grecu ii, Kaclne, Mcven's
Point, Water-town, OshW3ah, lou
DuLk, Msullsou nul SIlliTaulsce.
It Being the Shortest and IlistComnleteJ Line
Constant improvm nts lure taken place In
the way of reducing Grade, and plaring Iron
with Steel Rails, xldiug to lu roiling stock
new and Elegaut
DAT sad 8L.KKP1NG CARS
Equipped with tbe"WodtiugUouseAir Brake"
and "Aliller M.tlorra," establishing eomtorta
but and commedious Eating Houses, offering aU
the comf rls ol traveling the age can produce.
Krorr.-. to 10 Fast Express Tralus ruu each
way dally over the various lines of this toad,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections la 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,
DesMoibes. Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSIIAi-Lfor St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Dulutn, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, ( harles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON forDubuqne, Duu'elth, Prai
rie du Chlen, LaCrosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Clinton snd Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque aad Minnesota railroads.
ATVULTONtorFreeport, Racine Milwau
kee and all palate In Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO vita all railway Haea leedlaf
Thisesh isstotalssllfaetrm rllles vss Ufa
earn bo ineesuel, and aay iatermat en as
Boats, ssaies, etc., as ae
Ossnpaaya eaXea, 318 Bncnhasa
aad ataa at the arttelaal XlekeM
w.u.mJmtkrt. mabvdj atvasuxr.
Usjs'I raeaagtr AfU sia. basl.
S. m. lacst, a O. IUliY,
TsiaetABt,UBMa. (ael'l.aat Omaha.
Omaha &. St. Louis Short
18 7 4!
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE YEST
NO CHAN O E wilt- between Oiiianj and St.
Louis ana b itoi e between OMAHA
anu jNnW YORK.
Thlsth Only Jlue running a
P(JLsVTIA! SLEEPING OAK KST
FROM OZIAIIA, O.V AH RIVAL.
OF TUB UNION PACIFIC
EXPttK&S TRA IN.
nyPassengers taking otbei routes tiave a
disagreeable trausfer at tho Hirer Station.
PANSEN'UER THAIS DAII.V 1
A5TEBir AND WESTEEH 0ITIE8
With Less Changes and In advince of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Care,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Flatform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinqhouse
WSee that your tickets nad via
Kaunas City, H .Joseph Jb C'onuell
Via Omaha and St. ImU.
Tickets for sale st cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and l. P. Depot, Omaha.
, F. BARNARD,
A. tl DAWES,
Gen'l i's. Agt.,
3 TKAINS DAILY !
LKWK ST. fcOCIS "WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0DQH WITHOUT CHANQE
Arrival oi Trains from tie West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
If. B. corswr Foui
Are for 8 Ie at the
Fourtts &. Chestnut sts .
81. Loals, aad at the Principal BU1'
wajr OBBcea la the AVest.
CHAS. BABCOCK, C E RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. Agt, West'n Pass. Ag"t,
Dallas. 1 xxas. Kxusxs crrr,
JOHN E SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOU.BrT,
ueninupu, mu 1 ru. sg-i.
onfctioners, Tool Works,
Th.os. Mills & Sro
Jfaeklce Monlda, Ice Creaaa
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth Ht.
Proprietors r 1 Estxblisiixo 1S&L
TnoausMitxs, . 1
Oro. M. Mills, f -tATALOOUE3 8EST
ATLExP.Pxxau.J j apoc application.
ISth SL, UTanmam aa4 Harwj.
AU kind ot TAILOELNO, CLEANDtG and
aEPAI"lSG deae at reasonable rates
The only known remedy'for
And ajKisltive cure for
Gout, Gravel, Strict-urea,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia Ner
vous Debility, Dropsy,
Non-retenticn or Ineottinence ot Urine, Irri
tation. Iufiamation or Ulceration ot the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
SPERM A TORRHCEA,
Loucoerhoe or Whites. Diseases ot the Prostrate
GlnJ. S one In the Bladder. Cotcul ur,
GRAVEL OB BRICK 'DUST DC
And Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Extraot Buohu !
Termaneutly Curts allj Diseases of .the
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing in Men, Women and Children,
2To Matter What the Age!
Prof. &tev te says; "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extra t Buchu is worth more thn all
other Buchus combined."
Price one dollar per bottle; or, six bottles tor
Depot 1C4 Duane St., N. Y.
A. physician In attendance to answer corres
pondence and glvo advice gratis.
aWScnd stamp for pamphlets, free.si
Crane A Brigham, Wholesale Agents, n
NERVOUS it DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
50 0HABQE F02 A07IOB AHD OSS'.
)R J. B. DYOTT, graduate of
Jeflerson Medical College, Pbiladel
pbia, autbor of several valuable
workSj jan bj qonsulted gn all dls
eases of tbe Sexuul and Orlnary or
gans, (which be has made an es
pecial study,) oithor in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause
originating-, or bow long standing
A practice of 30 years limbics blm
to treat diseases with success. Clirps
guaranteet. Charges reasonable,
'loose at a distance can ibrwaril let
lers describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
-Send for the Guide to Health.
J. B. DYOlll, M. D.
Physicion and Surgeon, 104 'Duane
street, N. Y.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RELE1F FOR YOUNG MEN from
the effects ot Errors and Abuses In early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments to Marrlsge
Removed. New metl od ot 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
eputation for honorable conduct and profe
rional kills. e5dAw3m.5
NI CATTLE BROKER,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
Proprietor el" tk
Depot for the sale of bis
2kX. KXTiTiTBR dc Cc,
Corner of Battery andWsshlngtonSts.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U.P.R.B., bould takeAJM
ATCHISON &: NEBRASKA
And f cure lor thrmselvM the choice ot Six
Atehlsea to Cltlciso art St. Loals,
All making Reliable C Jneet Ions and being
Equipped witn Palace Say and BIseplas; Cm.
All delay and Inconvenience arriving from
Ferries and transfers can be avoided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets via
ATCHISON aad the ATCHLSUX
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with tbe A. T. A 8. V. K. B. for the
Great Arkansas Taller Cvferatfe,
I And with all lines running Sooth to points in
oouiooa Asni. nm tne inaiaa lemtorr.
Ask for Tickets via
LINCOL & ATCHISON
W. S. WHITE
Gen'l Pas. Ag"L
UNTJL YOU IIAVK
LOW RESERVOIR f
AS TvE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASON
why ther will do your work aAvio:
Quick and Easv.
Chean and Clean,
al They are cheipcst to buy.Kf.
They sre best to use,
Cn Ther bake evenly and quIcUr.
22 Their oratlon la perfect ,
iatf 35e' hlTe ya a good draft,
aasi Tkey aremadeof ikebcstmaterlal
Sssj They roast perfectly,
They require but Utile fuel,
They are very low priced,
111 !?' " esl'lr nnaged.
J3" Taey are suited to aillocalltles.
fQB Leeey stove guaranteed to give satisfaction
llfflsior Man'fg Co ,
ST. LOUIS, mo.,
1 sTMJoatea Concentrate!,
... xecroeu juice, Antl-
OIANTW CATILIKTIC or 3IultBa
In Parro Pbyalc.
The norelty of modem Medlcai, Chemical and
Pharmaceniical Science No nso of any lonc
taking tho lxrs.. rcpalslvo and nsneous nlSi.
comnosed of caeap. crude, and bulky ingredient
when we. can by a careful application of chemical
science, extract all tho catharUc and other incut.
Knal properties from tho most valuable roots and
herb, and concentrate thea into a mlnnto Gran
nie, eearttly laraer than a mustara
aee J, that can be retdlly swallowed by those ol
tho most sensitive stomachs and fastidious tastes.
Eschllttle Purgatlvo Pellet represent. In a
mot concentrated form, as puc'taihanlc powee
as la embodied in pn of lha larvu pills fonpd foe
Mlo In tie drcj ahops. From their wondcxful ca
thartic power. In proTortlon to their sUe, people
who have not tried then art, apt to inppoM list
they are hsrsa ordra.tic In effect, bnt such is sot
at all the cae. the dlfTcrept actlvo medicinal prln
clplesof bicb; they aro composed belnj ao har
Boaic4 god modilcd. ono by tho others, as ta
produce 8t moat aearrliliia; and thor
S0O Retwara Is hereby offered ly the prol
prictor or these Pellets, to any chemist who,
upon analysis, vlll And in theni an Calomel or
other forms of mercury w any other mineral
Betas; entlrel7wcffetable.no parircala?
care Is .-equlred nhilo mm them, 'lhey piio
rate without distnrbanco to tho con.tltution, diet,
or occupation. For Jnniidlcr, Headacbr!
Coaatlnatlon, Imuuro Rlood, Palis
la theNhouldera, TigeTtueea of tho
Cheat, Slzzliicae, Sour Eractatlous
ot the HCoraacls, Bad. taato lis
uioBtb, Bllloua attacks Palq n
rcclou of Kldncya, Internal fever
Bloated feellua; aboat Ntomich,
Rush of Blood to Head. High Col
ored Vrlise, Viisoclakimr ind.
Gloony ForcbodluK, Uka pr.
Plerce'a Pleasant Puranttvo Pellet,.
In ciplanw'.iu of tho rcmcdlalpower of my Tar-
Fitlve PellLU oter ro prt-at a variety of disease
nrlshtoraythat their action upon tho
animal economy In jintvcreal, not ex
fland or liaauo cacapliiff their tana.
two Impress, Ao docs not Impair theaj
their snsar coutlniand being enclosed In glass
bottles preserve tbclrirtues unimpaired for any
Urscthoftimc. Inanyclimate.sotnatthsyare ai,
vrays fresh and reliable, which Is not thj exsa
tvith the pilis found In tho dru stores. put op lit
cheap wood or paftc-bcan! box. Recollect that
for all disea.es where a Laxative, Altera
(Ire or Purratlvo is Indicated, theeo little
I'e.lets wilt cite tho most poifv-ct eatixfxcUoa la
all who use them.
Ther are rM by all cnterarlalac
Oruffglata at 5 cents a bottle.
Do not allow any drngsiet to lndnce rot to
take anjthlug els) that ho may ray ts Jnst as
good 84 ray Pclicto because he mates n target
S' root on that which ho recommends. If your
rasrtst cannot snpply them, enclose 33 cent
ami icceiM them ny n-tnrn mail from
B. r.riSJiQi:, Jf.p.,Fropr,.
- BUITALO, K. ?.
ASK FOE PYLE'S
BAKING- SODA 1
BST 130 TTAVS
Sold by Pttndt, Meyer A Raapko and Whltasy,
Bauserman A Co
Xast ZndlA Goods,
213 and 313 FROST STKEET
San Franci California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, - Nb.
Government Lands Located I
V. P. Lands Sold!
iBtprore Farms aad Town roUfcr
ON LONG TIME!!
Jsv-All Communications Cheer
E. F. COOK, -
637 Mta St, astweea Boxglas and Dod
Manufacturer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
Wre, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Japanned and French Ware on
hand. Tin Roofing, Gutters and sioatlbaaa
oh Work dene and wsrraatad, that
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