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The Xost lTosdcrfal Med cal 1)1 -covery
of the Aga Ewrj Xan
his own Fhjs'cian.
Frazier's Great Remedy
Tbe people of tli United States hive been
huniburced with all kinds of Patent JI dlclnes.
quacks and iupotters, for tbe pst fe years.
HOW I GOT A WIFE.
FKOU THE LOW GERMAN OF FR.
(Translated for the Bee ly L. IV.)
'Oh no." savs uucle, " I would
only ask her Ir she could boil trout,
In a most shameiul manner. The writer of the j fhpn T would COUie and live
follcring 15 one of the victim, and .Uhes to "Si, f, ? 7r77l. M
tvjiu VUU, ffiljllijj ....." iui. urn
fellow looked as important and
undent a Terr ulmiu (-as.
-....".. . f !. .i .1
ue.ieviEE mat or cieansius ic
the only true war of banishing disease, and
ling a great sunerer Iruin Teas lungs ana a
scrofulous affictl.n, and after trying many
kinds of Patent Medicines and the most
eminent Physicians, I commenced doctoring
myself, and at last d scoverid a Blood Searcher,
or Root Bitters, which not only gave me im
mediate relet, out aiier a lew weeks zneciea
a radical cure. The cough left me, my lungs
became strong and sound, my a. l-etite good,
and the sc ofulous disease had disappeared.
Keeling confident that my Discovery pos.-esed
wonderful healing v rlues, I gave it to others
afflicted, and found iteflccted the most mlracn
lou cures In thousands f rases, not alone
curing Cjugh", Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh,
Scrofula anC We.k Lung, but all diseases
cauwU from humor lu the b ool. Thedemand
from roy friends and others hearlngabout these
Bitters becomiog very great, I commenced puU'
t nzthem up for sale, railing hern FEAZItU'b
BOOT BITTER. I was a first backward in
presenting either mvxlf or medicine to the
serious as if he were more concern
ed in this marrying business than
I. But then that was not near all.
During the next few days, when
I was was just able to walk about,
I did not go towards the mill, for I
felt ashamed to meet her. "I guess
I'll go down to the lake and look at
them skating and feliding on the
ice." So T do, and when I come
near to the tent, where they sell
hot tea and coffee, and punch and
toddy, whom should I see but my
unole Mathias, who stands at the
counter and is just asking for four
croshen worth of coffee and four
pubiie-not being a rWntMed doe Man, but erosben worth of cake. Well, this
. ..a. ,. t.piriv n Ar vniT rmr sam i u
" 6CtW" M.-.WJ w .. IU... ... ovu . .1-1 VX,.
thousands of bottles ct my Boot Bitters, and
it is my delre and determination to place the
same within the reah of every sneering man,
woman and child on the face of the cirUUed
The grand princi le that operates in these
Hoot Bitters is the power they possess iu cleans
ing the turgid blood and banishing the rile
humors from the system. Hoot ililte-s are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation, compounded
from roots combined with herbs and plaats,
many of whUh were used in the good oid days
rtf ntir f,in fat hrc when twnnl wre rurpH tir
some simple rout or herb, and when Calomel
and other pots ns ol the mineral Kingdom
They open all the na ural passages of the
body, cast out disease, take away all sickness
and buUd up thi srstein with pure.biood,
hence they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment.
No person c n take Boot Bitten and remain
long unwell. Victory upon victory they have
gained over dlsrase and datb in all stations
and conditions in life. They are constantly ef
fecting currs of the utmoat importance. For
Consumption, c stbma, Scr.fuli, StrJulous E
ruptlons, Catarrh, Weak Lungs, lo3r Vitallt v
and Broken-down Consiitutions, these Boot
Bitters are univeisaliy admitted to be the most
wqnJe.ful Medical liscovery known to the
world. Their ixxtoral healing properties pene
t rale every po. lion of the human frame, sooth
ing the Lungs, strengthening the Stomach,
Kidneys and Liver, cleansing the blood from
every kind of humor. No other toodielne wiU
cure Chronic Rheumatism, euralgia,
Heart Urease, TiU, Dizziaisi, Ueadache,
Dyspepsia, Fever and ague, Costiveness, Piles,
Urinary Diseases, Kidney Disease, and Liver
Complaint, S'j quickly as this Root Bitters. All
such diseases are caused from a bad stomach
and a poisonous condition of the blood. For
weakly, nervous youngtuen, suffering from loss
ot memory, Ijsj of energy, etc., caused from
abuses in early life.and to delicate f emales.these
strengthening Root Bitters are eiciaUy re
commended. One bottle wiU do more toward
eradicating Syphilis, Scurvy, Tetter, Fever
Sjres, Sore Eves, Himqrs, Canc-rous forma
tions, Drops v. Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Ulcers,
Bolls, Flesh Worms. Blotches, Pustuk-s, t-ru-tiom,
pimples on the fore,aud Coriupiluni from
the Blood than all other remedies In cxlsteui-e.
was remarKaoie, ior ue nimseii
preferred punch to coffe, and as for
cake, I knew he never touched it
"I suppose he wants to treat some
young folks," frays I to myself. But
"no.. Without he noticing me, I fol
low him, as with his coffee and
cake lie walks up to a sleigh, in
which a lady was sitting in a green
veil, and there he makes a bowand
pulls out his foot behind and
scratches around on the ice, that I
almost fear he will loose his bal
ance, and am just ready to jump
and support nim, when the lady
lifts up her green veil, and whom
8houldIsee? None other but my
sweetest treasure, the jo- of my
ey. A nd then T felt as if some
body had civ-en me a good thrash
ing, and went home disgusted and
G. W. FRAZIER,
Frazlcrs Root Bitters are sold by all the lead
ing Druggists, storekeepers and Chemltts. bold
Wholesale by Strong 4 Cobb, 193 Superior
street, and Benton Myers A Canbrld, 127 Wat
er Street, Cleveland, O. ; B. L. Fahncstock A
Co., Pittsburg; George C. Goodwin A Co ,
Boston ; John F. Hecry Curran A Co , United
sutes Medicine Honsc, 8 and 9 College Place,
New York; Wyth Brothers, Plilladelpli a; Ful
ler A Fuller, Chicago j John L. Park, Cincinna
ti, and other first-class Drug Houses.
Show this notice to your druggist rr store
keeper. Ask for FRAZ1EUS BOOT BITTERS,
and accept no substitu'e whatever. Price with
in tha reach of all $1 per bottle : six bottles,
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS who solicit
orders by CARD, CATALOGUE, TRADE
LlaT. SAMPLE. OU OTHER cPECIMEN,
also those who visit tbulr customers and solicit
trade by purchases male piLCT FROM
SIOCK, and who travel In any section, by
Rail or Boat, telling any tlais i f goods, are re
quested to sent their BUclNhsS and PRI
VATE ADDREsS, as below, st ting class of
goods they sell, and br whom employed; also
those who are at picsent fiider no engagement.
This mattei is of CHEAT IMPORTANCE
INDIVIDUALLY to pa esinen of (Ids clas, or
men soliciting trade In this manner. It is
therefore ESPECIALLY dejlred that this
notice may meet the eye ol ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen in thii country and
that they wilt AT ONCE give it their at.n
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will be CONFIDENTALLV treated and Uuly
, advised of object in view. Please address, (by
' letter only),
'care Gfo. P. Kowcll A Co., -II Park Row.
jy9eodlm Ntw Yobk City.
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FIBST CLASS CASVAMpfQ aVGENlS
Address the r-ublisbers,
D. Appleton tfc Co.,
649 & 551 Broadway,
mad as a. marchhare.
There I sat in the dark and fed
my anger, when the door opens and
uncle Mathias corner in.
"Good evening," says he, "why
do you sit in the dark? Make a
This is the only time in 1113 life
where I did not wish my uncle the
time of day ; but I got uu and lit
the lamp and looked as sour as a
herring'after it ha been in vinegar
for a month. .
'What's the matter?" says he.
"Nothing," says I, but thought,
"he is your mother's brother after
all," and added, "I am not well."
"I very," says he, and looked as
bright as an old ass who has been
standing at a crib full of oats.
"I have seen her again," he says.
"For all I care you may," says I.
"How am I to understand that?"
Le says, and draws a serious face.
"I have dreamt that dream,"
says I. "Then you give tho matter
up," says lie, and looks me sharp
into the face. "You give up and I
have managed the affair, so nicely,
so adroitly, and now you give up ?"
"Yes," says T, "uncle I do give up.
Dr., you think that I let you skim
off the cream, and I shall be con
tent with sour milk. For on that
all the writers, who have written on
tho matter, agree ; the nicest part
of a wedding is the intercourse of
the two parties most interested be
fore the wedding, and this you have
tried to get yourself."
Upon that, uncle Mathias stanns
up and looks as determined as a
general before the battle, and asks
"Well, are you going to marry
the girl, or not?"
"No," says I.
"Well," says he, and looks a.t me
as piously ant solpinnly as if he had
just made his will and was now
about to put His signature to it.
, "Well, that girl shall not be in
jured on my account, then I shall
marry her myspfj" and with that
he walks off, quite proudly and
Well, that was a queer one. At
first I was stupefied, then I threw
myself into the corner of the sofa
and laughed, laughei! as jf J would
burst some vessel. What, my uncle,
twenty years and more older than
I, and talked of undertaking some
thing that took all my courage to
do now. And again I tried to laugh,
hut could not bring It out so freely,
for I did not feel quite easy, and
though I tried hard it was no go,
and when I looked into the glass
and saw how foolish I laughed,
I said to myself, knocking my list
on the table: "He'll do it; he'll
surely do it." v
When Frau Burtown came, of
poqrso she got a scolding for many
a reason, and when 1 had spoken
my mind to her, I went Into my
club and played cards and lost rub
ber of ter rubber, saying to myself
all the tlmej tiyou niust not permit
that," and tried to pliy a solo on a
poor hand and lost doubly.
Peevjshly J weut home and went
to bed, and wanted to sleep, but
could not, T felt angry with my
self all night, for there was no use
talking, I could not leave the
sweet little girh shp had bewitched
me, and then I thought of the holy
Christmas trees, and thought that I
never would have occasion to lis up
a Cjiristmas tree. And before my
eyes thpro" was a large figure that
looked for all tho world like an jirj
mense iaterrogative point, and
every time I wanted to explain that
to myself, the. solution was: Do
you know at all that she will take
Well, that none could answer
better than herself; that I had to
admit, and when, on the next
morning, the cold winter sun was
shining into my room, and I almost
shudder when I make my coffee on
tho lnaohinp, I said : "Now I have
made up my mind, and what must
be, shall be?" and say tq Frnu Bu
town : y
"Frau Butown," says J, "go over
tq Blinsacft's p;tcp am buy me a
pair of the fine yellow gloves which
the young attorneys are wearing
when they want to put on much
style; hut bring them of as bright a
sliade as possible."
It was half-past eleven. I was
adorned with my black swallow
tai, and black pantaloons, and well
cleaned' hoots, and thp new, buff
colored glovps, and beforp I put on
my hat I stood before my glass, and
said (and not without some reason)
Is it really possible? Who would
harp thought that you co-ild still be
so well Jookjiig a fellow V And wjth
that I cast a last lingering look
around the room, and said ; Well
if all goes as desired, there will be a
his room, diessed almost as I, only
that his black frock-coat was of a
greenish hue, and that his yellow
gloves were made of buckskin, while
mine were only sheepskin, and be
sides that, his white mustachois
hung down to the right and left of
his mouth like two icicles, while
mine were turned and twisted up
wards and shone in many different
"Uncle," I cried, when I came in
there and got frightened beyond
"Lad," says he, "what do vou
"What do you want?" says I.
"I want just what you do not
want," sa3-s he.
"But I do want," says I, "and I
have only come," I added, "to cell
you that I am now determined to
make up with you, and to ask you
to always remain my good old friend
"lo you really mean that?" says
he, and looks me steadily in the
"Well," then let me tell you.that
j. was just aoout coming to you in
this outfit, to just scare you a little;
but I know that from my old sol
dierly times there is nothing like a
real good scare; that shakes up any
man and brines out his better-self.
for then his honor is involved. And
"Lad," he added.and laid his hand
on my arm; "I for one do not want
to stand in your way, and not want
to blot the white sheet of your hap
piness, for that little girl is born for
you, and that little girl is good.
And with that he closed his fingers
on my own, that I could not help
but think, "Yes if she is as good as
that, she is more than good."
My uncle went and got a couple
of glasses of his old port and said.
"Lad, come here and refresh your-
self. And, by the way, do you
know yet how to go about it?"
"Of course," says I, just as
did not know that.
"Well, put your feet up on this
stool" says he.
"What for," says I.
"Oh nothing," says he, and un
buttons the straps of my pants,
"only when you kneel down, thes
straps might be inconvenient."
"Well," says I, "you go it at a
"What's proper, is proper," says
he. I have never cone throuch it
myself, but that is the way I have
always seen it in pictures. But
what will you say to her? Wait, I'll
help you? and she ran hastily to his
private box and searched for a
while among all his most sacred
treasures. And really, at last h'e
came out with that old album
he had in it. Seldom
only he touched it, for he kept it
sacred ; it contrined remembrances
of all the dear old friends he ever
had; and It was only during one
night that he ever touched it at all
Then he prepared himself. He put
on his best clothes and spread a
clean white cloth on the table and
put a light at his right and left on
the table, sat down and turned leaf
after leaf and read all the verse9
that were written on them. And
it was not seldom ot late that
he put a black cross to some of the
names, and thus kept the list of the
dead. After every time he had to
do that, he generally felt very sad.
and the last time he came over to
see me, he said : "As far as I know
only one more of them is alive. It's
Chris Binger, son of old tailor Bin-
ger, who used to live in my father's
house. They say he is toll keeper at
Parchin, and it our Lord is willing,
I shall go and see liitu next summer."
IIere," he said, when he pro
duced his album this time and laid
it on the table, "here, sit down and
look for a little verse and learn it
by heart. There are some in it
which, you might use as a prayer to
heaven, and there will be one too,
which vou can say to the best girl
"Uncle," says I, and took his al
bum and looked over it, "1 tell you
what I shall do, I shall speak to
her just as I feel, and, I assure you,
1 feel rather queer this morning."
it A fnuul Mao ' .. 1, 11 A ..,.,!
Suuuiuc )";. "SuguLB!ej
idea, my lad, and probably better,,'-
Ana tuen you must Hurry. An
then you must hurry. And wait,
he added when 1 had turned to go,
"your collar teyre is dangling down
your back,J' and gave me his bless-
imr and Dulled mv shirt and coat
collar straight. "And now go with
I went, but when I left the house
somebody was coughing aud sneez
ing up stairs, and when l looked up,
tnero was uncie Aiatnias nouaiu
and winking at me, and every tim
when I looked around on my wayj
down the street, there was unole
Mathias in the window noddingand
winking and shaking his red hand
kerchief, so that at last I did not
turn any more, for fear people might
find out what we were about.
Clfa be Continued.)
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Eastern exchange steady, at old
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Land Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
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Granulated pr lb..
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Rat cut loaf do -
Standard A do
Circle A do
Extra C do .
Yellow C do .
N O choice do .
r Leathei (Black) per foot,.
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at Daan Leatcer,
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Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
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270 Farnham Street, furnishe? the
Rio choice pr tb
do prime do
do good do ..
O U Java
Common pr gallon.
do N O molasses-
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615q 2 inch 1230c; 3 inch 18
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Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
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B" do do do uo S3 00
.bora's saron. ......... ......
M. Weak A Co
Black goods, Western... -.
do do Virginia--.... .
do do Lorrilard's.... ..
Bright do do do .........
dj do Virginia. ...
California peach's per pound,
do apples do -.
ftate do do .
New currants- . ..-.
do prunes ...
do German cherries
do bl ckberries ......-. .
do raspberries -.
do raisius, per box....
do seedless raisins, per pound .-
New in barrels .....
do dairy.. ..
2poundcanMyer'soys-ers,percaseS4 25al SO
1 do do do do do 2 S0o2 75
2 70a2 83
.. 4 S0o5 75
The Popular Route from
o hvl: aha
Chicago and the East!
Onlv XJlx-oot Routo
Trosoe, 1'rmlrle Du . hlen. Inona,
St. Paul, UalBth, Janr.TllIr, Kino.
!, Oreess L-m,, Hisilne. McTn'
Point. Wslrrtawn, Hhl, Fon
Du Lc, AleulUou aud Milwaukee.
It Being the ShortestandFltstComoleted Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
Constant lmprorrm nts have taken place in
the way of reducing Grade, and plariug Iron
with Steel Ralls, adding to its roiling stock
new and Elegant
DAT msfSa.KKPlNa CARS
Equipped witnlie"W.4tlughou9eAir Brake"
and "Millenriatlonn," establishing comturta
Lie and commrdious EaUng Houses, offeringall
the comforts ot travelinz the aee can nmlura.
From i to lO Fast Express Tralus ruu each
way dally over tbe various lines of this toad,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections iu any di
rection he way wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION, for
Sioux Cty, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSUAiXfor St. Paul, Mlnneapo is,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
at LtLiAU HAt'iua ior Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLINION forDubuqne, Dunlelth, Prai
rie du Chien, La Crosse, and aU points on the
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
The only known remedy for
And ajHultire cure for
Gout, Gravel, Strictures,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia Ner
vous Debility, Dropsy,
Non-retentlcn or Incoitlner.ee of Urine, I ro
tation, luilauution or Ulceration of tLe
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Loucoerhoe or Whites, Diseases ol the Prostrate
Olnnd. a one In the Bladder. CoUul cr.
I ASHE HAVE tt; 1-CVE GOOD I
1 r vlir Ihpr will ila Tanrvnr
And Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Dubuaue and Minnesota rail
AT FULTON far Freeport, Bad Milwau
kee and mUniattln Wisconsin.
AT CHICAGO with all railway Mm Madia
out of CWHBj.
TkriMi iTrkilUT " in'wi tHUi ta tkta
U mm hw rtmuml, i aaay UJonnlA -lilili.
n illM Btu atalaa. ea.. at taw
C yl islia. tUFsarmk iwil.Osslitsi,
.u.&Bmkrx, maivdii mwwmxvt.
a 0. K1WT,
8K'I A Olihsj
dc do William's do do
2 do do peaches pet case
3 uo ao ao uo -...
2 do do tomatoes do .
S do do do do -...
Com, Trophy per case .. .
uo tvinsiow uo
do Yarmouth do
itasp Gerries, ao ...
Pineapples, JJdo . .
Oolon s, per pound...
Young Hyson, per pound -Gunpowder,
do do .
Snow FfoLe, (Wells A Nieman)
(told Dkst ..,
XXXX Iowa City .
4 0Ca4 25
.. C 50a7 00
3 50a3 75
.- 5 50
Omaha & St. Louis Short
Extract Bucliti !
Permanently Cures all4 Diseases otthe
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing in Men, Women and Children,
Ao Matter What the Age!
Prof. Steele savs: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu is worth mure than ail
other Buchns combined."
Price one dollar per bottle; or, six bottles for
Depot 104 Duane St., N. Y.
A physician in attendance to answer corrcs-
iiuence ana give aavice gratis.
"ind stamp for pamphlets, free..
Crane A Brighamj Wholesale Agents,
Quick and Easv.
Chea- aijcl Clean.
They are brei toue.
Ther lase evtnly and qulclly,
Tbelr oi tratlou is p:rfxt.
They lave always a good draft,
Tlipy are made orthe bcituiaterlal
They ruast pttfectlr.
They roiaire but Utile fuel,
Tl ey are ry low priced.
They ara easily manasKd.
Xber are suited to all lumlitt.
Hi tvory stoveguaranteedtogivesatiafaclfoa
BxCflsior Man'fs Co.,
ST. LOl'I, M0.,
"C" do du do do
1st clear, 1, H, IX and 2 inch-
z mohr a. co., lJZ Farnham
O. N. T . . .......
foncsuc .. .
.3 va2 oo
3 0C(,6 00
S oTjii :
Brown drUl . ....
rWMM ... .
jTicncu wuaieuoue . ..
Our own ....... ..
IJaen printed ..
3r TtimeiX. .-.-..... . .
fluted ... .
J2 23G 50
$12 00a24 10
4 73a7 50
S6 50a7 25
7 75a9 00
. 7 00a7 50
8 00a9 50
8 00a9 50
S5 25a8 00
KMRmBOu 1". i Win nn,n,m.
pe shoe bi -
U. Kosenfeld gives U3 toe
inc quotations this day :
tter, active, 11 in tubs; Eggs
o 10t iuv ilnvan f.itrA
, ov av livi v.it.i., .i,v
ckens, dull, at 2 00(&2 50perdoz.;
Gooseberries. 2 50 per bu. : Cher
ries, 5 OOper bu ; Oranges, 9 00;
Lumens, 14 00 per box. ana Rasp-
RICH FABMIS& LAND 1H HEBSAH
500 lIanscomPlacoLot aSpS.TKTJs prkbo"ieSl
for aalecbeao and on eood terms. i-
JBOttQS . HI LI. f
Real estate brokers,omce over Mackey's store,
on Dodge sL. opposite cew psstoffice ap3t)m2
2d do do
3d do do do
1 looting, clear.. ...
do 1st common
do 2d do
do 3d do
do narrow, clrar
lsttlear ceiling J4 inch.
2d do da V-iuuh.
1st do do Ji Inch..
2d do do inch,
1st clear aiding.... .
2d do do
1st common siding.
2d do do
Extra No 1 shingles.
Common No 1 sh.ngles
um per low .
D A 11 pickets eer 100 ...
Square do do do .,
O G Batten per Uneal f 1
Rough do do do
Liberal discount on carload lots
35 per cent off Chicago list.
25 pet cent e3 CI icago l'sL
30 per cent off II.-1.
White lime per bbl
Lonlsvllle cement per bbl
Plaster parts per bbl ..
Plastering hair per bushel
Tarred felt .
. 10 00
... 45 00
.. 33 00
.- 4 25
Gam lies, heavy weight. .
.0 light do
lips, four biuhel
sin bags, Amoskeg A -.
.0 oo i.uo:ow a 1
Nutmegs, Penang best, per pound .
Lijve. uo do .
Alspice do do
Cinamon bark do do .
1 3al 41
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
bbls , luO fiw $9 50(310 CO
1 Id cans, per doz . 2 50($ 2 75
2 do do 3 90( S
No. 1 kits . .
Family in kits ..
. 1 15 1 25
, 1 10fi 1 20
. 650(3 700
. 5 5u3. 6 10
Family, in kits
No. 1, do
Mess, do ..
No. 1, do . .
Sardines, Jj boxes,
1 10 1 20
1 toy 2 00
3 OOftj 325
7 OO44 8 00
9 OtXiJlO CO
16 50(J17 tO
.$1 75(32 00
... 3 00(43 25
. 3 5Uy3 75
OILS. PAINTS, GLA.VS, &c.
N. I. D.KOLOMOIN.
ROBERT C. STEEIoL.
La Boquet ..
La Espanola .
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs B. R
Is tbe only dire line to
AND THE EAST, FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO ClIAftGE . iait between OmanaandSt.
Louts ana b it 01 1 between OMAHA
anu aYf YORK.
This th Only -Jae running
PULLMAJI 8L.EKPIXG 0lt BAST
KUOSf OCIAIIA, OS A1IB1VAI,
OF TUB VSIOS PACIFIC
s-Passengers tatlng othei routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the Ulver btatloa.
OF BOTE SEXES.
S0 0HAEQE FOB ADVICE AND
CAiHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 648 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks.... . 2 96
Coal Oil $ 19
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" " bll 1 10
Headlight Oil 28
While Lead, St.
Putty in Bladders.
Lara oil, No It S5sl 00
" " " 2 70
" " wlnterl
" "straln'dX w
W.Va. f M
Louis, Srtlctly Pure
Ensmeld Glass, colors, fi sq.ft.
Window Glass. 50 c discount
'. 1 00
J01IX T, EDOAK.
TIN. SHEET-IRON. WIRE, &V,.
SnLTON ROGERS. COR. 14th &
10x14 IC, lair qnality .
10x14 Ic, best quality..
ican casn. oc'aeon and sauare
up's English do ao
den's horse shoes, perkes:
do male do do
Northwestern horse nails
Dundee thimble skeps, discount 45 ptr cent.
Stor halt patent axles, discpunt 10 per cent.
.MM to 60 J per keg. .
3d fine d
TjVilrn.1 olnr mf I
111 i. ,.i.i .... . T ...V : . ' .
JUUUUD h" i"" wnquartcraiuue
while a couple ot nice and pretty llt
tle"sllppers come to visit you."
And with that I go, and I pass
my uncle's fjoqr down the street, I
think, 'you had better go Jo. and
see him j 'tis better to be in peace
with all tho world', when you are
walking a road lik.e this;" for I Just
felt as If l were walking my last
fa ACKNOWLEDGED RYEYERYBOD
A. M We
Published in NebrasKt?
It Contains Jbr Beading Maker
and Less Advertisements thm
any NcvP$pcr PuUiaJml
in the West.
Emoracine a choice selectioTlof
news and mLcellaneous matter
live Editorials on all important to
ics; complete and reliable telegrap'
ic and local market reports to the da;
of issup, and a variety of State,East-y
ernandWesteru corresDondencethat I
' ' ' ' , HfSF WRENCHES.
togeuier iuiikc up a newspaper setMMt'i black - . .discount
Cora lmmitation do
Cue's renulne do
x.verj' anieie tjoing uiiq ine 901- jte BCREAV3
utifub ot lup -U.po is caruituiy sen
tinized, and everything tliat can ol
fend the most sprupulous, reject
Wrought, all slits.. ,
Carriage and tire.. discount
Narrow wrought, fast iolntdlscount
Out, loose pin reversible do
';Hy and manure forks discount
ana garaen raxes ao
and T discount
14x20 IXX do
110 plate DC
100 plat DX,
10x14 IC coke do
20x2s IC charcoal roofing.
zuxs 11; cnarcoai roonpg
vu( 4 a. cnarcoai
10Q plat DXX
Roofing IC charcoal
10x30 cult (for eutteri!..
. 17 00
. 15 50
. 23 50
. 14 00
. 12 50
. 32 50
Bar tla .
Sheet Un9S to 36 in
do do do
do do do
ir. half casks
In 250 m rt
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet." ,
walk on" earth j knocked at his door
find went in.
Jhavflsctin mariy things in the
world ; I have seen a fellow who
was actually eating "fire; I have
seen a fellow who was eating raw
?! ?PS instead pulled fine red
sllkJlbbon from oufhis throat, tnit
I never mistrusted my eyes as much
as at the moment when on this fine
morning I first beheld my uncle
There fte stood in the centre of
Rut Indopendeu In nrlnoiple tl
policy of the BEE is, and always 1
been, to expose and denounce abut
es and corruption in the body poli
tic without fear or favor.
$150 Per Annum,
138 lUrnknm Street,
Holt' 3a.est Klnz.per do.-. net -11 is
Champion , :i oo
Htld;a Eureks , p no
do red , . .. a S
ttAUZi AND SrflfKLiL
Rowltnd'sNoJ black shovels, D II 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
do polished do do 13 00
"spring point" L H shovels-. 13 50
V Western Crown-,.,., ..... is 00
do do Kvgfeu litt
'No 3, iron boar 'net g S3
do 103 do 5 75
do 25 Union lrli ll" o5
do 35 do Britxnia U 09
', Smith A Cq.t '-discount to pr e
a, A E No I.IJJ, 2.
. m r. r. , , , 1 1 ; S9 QO
w o in sn
EB'tnteT'i No 1-
If. do 2 -
Tinners soldei (extra refined-
ao ao no. i
do do roofing
Chicaso, Rock Island
and Pacific R. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, lavenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wkstisgiioisk Patent aik Ubikks and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily,
cnnectlng at follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, tor Oakaloosx, Ottumwa, Keokuk
and St. Lonig.
AT UR1NNELL with tbe Central RaUroadof
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 branch, for Muscatine,
Washington and aU points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A SL
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freepoit, Be jit, Racine. Mil
waukee and all points in northern Lilnols
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord, Rock
Xs'andandSt. Louis Railroad tor 8 1. Louis
and points soupj.
AT ROCK ISLAND w!;h the Peoria A Rock
Island Railioad for Peoria and points east.
At BUREAU JUNC, with branch, for Hen
ry, Laeere, Chillicotbe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points north nd south.
AT CHICAGO -with U lines East, North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
la this line, can be procured, and any infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket office of the company, I2i Farnham St.,
Omaha, and alto at tbe principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. B. .
PASSENUEH. TIIAIHS DA1L.T I
EASTERN AND WE3TEEN CITIES
With Less Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Weatinqbouse
See that your tickets read via
Kaunas CJljr, N .Joseph A Council
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale st tor. Tenth and Farnham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
F)R J. B. DYOIT, graduate of
Jeflenon Medical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
works, ,an be consulted on all dis-i
eases of the Sexual aud urinary or
gans, (which he lias made an es
pecial study.) either in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause
originating-, or how lorg standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can ibrwnrd let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
aSend for the Guide to Health.
Physlclon and Surgeon, 104 Duane
street, N. Y.
" " 1 snw
GEO. L. 2RADBURY,
A. (i DAWES.
Gen'l l'a.s. Agt.,
e a. s q?.
3 TRAINS DAILY !
LK VK ST. LOUIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THB0UOH WITE0DT CHAHQE
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEN from
the effects of trrors and Abuses In early life.
Manhood Restored, iinpnlmieuts to Marriage
Removed. Newmetlodof treatro-nt. New
and remarkable remedies. Rooks and Circulars
sent free, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth fct
Philadelphia, Pa., an Institution havlngabigh
teputatioufor honorable conduct and profea
ional LIUs. je3dAw3ut
K CATTLE Hit OK Ell,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
Basrgace ChMked Tkraach to
FrlBclaBl KaaterM Potista.
A. M. SMITH.
First quality, Numbers IS to 2t
Charcoal, both sides intothe
do do 27.
do No. 1, suine4-
tnao lull buaAlea. add onu rrnt.
'A-Amerleac tanfct'o nl. U Jfoi.
Leas ifcan fU bundles; aid ons cent.
No. 14 to 2U
do 21 to 24
do 35 to 15.
fujl bundle discount U per cent.
Brazier C to
10 u 12
14 ud 1 a
14 and It ox
Job. 7, I and 8, Planlahed
Not. 0 to 6
i, . STEVENS,-QmnWrntmenAtt
Sioux City Pacific R, R.
Te Sborteat sad Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
NORTHERN IOWA ft MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEKPINQ CARS
On all night trains via this route.
ArrivU ol Trajaj &aa ti Wett.
Proprietor of tit
1. At U. P. TranaTar with Union
naiiroau ior umana.
2. At CouncU Bluff, with Kansas Qtr, St.
a ujuacu diuom xaairoaa ior at. inli
3. At ilL-sourl Valley with tha Chiearo and
Northwestern railway foi Chicago and all
tJ-.-HiS1011 j?'' wIth SIou ar ndS
Paul, Illinois Central and Dakota Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River,
during navigation and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
? At Blair with Omaha -nd Northwestern
TiJfi Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont. Nebraska, with the Union
Pacific railroad for all point west and the
7. At Wlaner with sUges for Norfolk and all
points In Northern ebraska.
TlckeU lor sale in Chicago and North
western Railway oOcea.
1UT Jow tlekeU read vU S. C A P.
I. BUBNETT, Sap'L
F. C. IHXLS. Gen. Tfckrt Agt.
QIO. W. QBATTAN,
1 7. Aflwt, Osaka.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland, Buffalo & Boston
HTPTnTC Are for Bale at th
Bl. K. corm-r Kourtb Ckestaat tts.,
SI. Losila, assd a the PrlaclBal JU1
wajr Oflkea. In the Wert.
CHAS. BAECOCK, a E. RUSSELL.
S'thern rass. Ag't, Weit'n Pass. A?t.
Dalioj. Tkas, Kxjtsos CTTT,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLEIT.
GemSupt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
29tf Isdusapoui st. Locia.
Confectioners1 Tool Works,
Depot for the sale of his
M. ZXZiZaBR c& Co.,
Corner of Battery and Washington Sts.
. ....'. r
"ov. una. iicroai aulec, Ami.
Billons Granules. TiICM LITTLE
CIAST" CATIL1UT1C, or Jlultuiu
Ii Parvo Physic.
Tho norelty of modern jrcdicn Chcralcsl and
r&arnuccatical Scienco Io u-mj of any lonirek
tiV.au tho larqp n puMve nnrt miw-om pjlj,
csaposcd of itieap. crude, nnd bulty 4nrediinti,
Tsheu uocai by a cj-eful application of chemical
science, citrart ail tae cathartic and other tncUl.
ctiial properties fro-n tho most valuable root anii
herbs, aad co.ircurnt j i'moi Into a mlnuto Crarv
uio. ncarci ly larK-r tlinn n iiiu-tarU
aoej, that can t readily t allowed by thoool
t!m raoituens.Mvo itoniacU anil ta-tidiouti tat-s.
Eichlltilel'uriratU'u I'cllot rcprrcct. In a
nw-'tconcciitrateit form, a ta icK cathartic power
M Is emboli I in any of the li-i,w pills fonnd ftc
salo in the drr;r ehoin lVja the'r ttondciful ca.
thartic power i prtnarttot o tacir rlze.pcopK
who Into not trle.1 tlicnion. npt to snpponj tLat
thyarehai urd-iticistcT'Ct. bat such Is not
at all the cai the different actn o lnnliclnal prln.
ciplesof nhich thi-v nru coraioed bein so b&n.
tn iizcd and mod. Jed. one br tho otbrrs, ai ta
prvxluco a mo-t bcnrflilux and tlior-oticlioi-l
$500 Reward l i.crc,'y Oucrcd by tho pro.
pnetor of .hiso I'llli.t., t. c y chemist who,
upon analysis, ylU C il 1 1 thcra an Calomel cr
other fonus of cii.ri.ury ot any othtr cuni!n'
nclns entirely vcc:ctilIe,copirtrcnliir
caro 1 .-ciiuiml wh.Ie um thiol lhey ope
rate without tlutnrlunco to tho cuatltntl.m. diet,
oroccupation. ForJimiitllco, IlciUache,
CuuHtiputloii, Impiiro lllooil, l'ntii
In ttio MiouUIcrx, TlcirmcxH of t!io
Client, DIzxiticN-., Sour Eructations
of tho Momacli, U:ul lasto lu
.noutli, Ulliottt ntt.icUi, I'll IK iu
reiclou ot ICldiifjK, intornat Fever,
Illoatcd fccllti iihout Momacli,
ICumIi of IJlood lo Ilend, mail Col
ored Urine, I tiHociuIlIity jqihI
(Moomy ForebodltiKs, tak Dr.
Vleree'K PIeaan t IMirsntlvo Icllrtii
In ciplans Ion of tha res 'dial power of my 1 ar
fitho I'clio's o cr fo prcat a va icty of (iicacK.
wish toray that their action upon tlto
animal ceouomy In imlvorsal, nota
Claud or tlssuu c-HCJiin;r their naiia
tlvo ImprcK. A,otl c not Irnralrtbcn;
ficlr mir coallnffp.id bcin cnJoMl la gla;
bnttlca pT'crvotbitrMrtar-iunlnipnlri-d for any
IcLqlli of time, tn any cl.tuah-. to Uuithcy arc a!
wiv. frt!'i anil reliable, which i not tha eavj
mill tlu ptU fosnd fi tho t!rc:j f tore. pat np la
c"ieap wood or patc l.l bo . lb co! ect that
f .re'i c!i!Vic3 wbore a I.ax'iltt e, Altera
tiro or Pttrpati. o H lmltraied. theu iitts
IV .1 ts v li fiicUUfct rx.tii.xt eatislactiiu 10
Tliey nro Hold by nil ciiterprlBlnff
SruKgNid st U j ceitt-i u bottle.
Do not allow any clrn.-rrlst to lmlcco rot io
taUe anjt'uus c' tlat I o ny rtv l jmt as
pd as my 1'ctlcto lx rau-'o be cukcii a lorsct
iiroflton tliat whi !i bo r-comnundpt. tf y0.
Irajpis't cannot r i"'P'y th"' l. c icIcko S3 ccu.t
anarccem thrin t vtnrin n.l f-om ,
li. I". riEUKV, 21. 1 . JVonV,
BUFFALO. K. T.
ASK FOR PYLE'S
S ALERAT US!
EST X3ST TJSE
Pi'na. Jfeycr A RaapVeand Whitney
Rauscrman A Co.
East India Goods,
.213 and UI3 PttOST STREET
SanFranci - California
Tlaos. Mills eft Bro.,
Kaeblrc Hoalda, Ice CrtB
Freeze a, Ac.,
Nos. 1301 & 1303 Xorth Elgbth St.
Geo. M. Mills.
lStk St, bet. Fanahaa ud Mmimj.
AU Und of TAILORING, CLEANING aad
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on V. P.R.B., hould tale the
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And f cure lor tbcmselvs the choice of fcix
Atttilsou to Chicago and St. Look,
All nuking Sellable C Jcectlons and being
sipped vita Palaca Day aaj Sleeping Cut.
All drlay and Inconvenience arrlvinz from
Ferries acd transfers can be avoided tVest of
Cnicajoand St. Louis by securing Ticked via
ATC1IISOX and the ATCH1SOX
Direct and Reliable Connections are also mads
with tbe A. T. A B. 1 li. IL for the
Gnat Arkauaas Vallej & Colorado,
And with all lines running South to points Jn
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory
Ask for Tickets via -'
LINCOL la ATCHISON
Samuel C. Smith.
U. P. R. R LANDS,
Columbus, - Hob,
Government Lands Located!
V. P. Lands Sold!
IraproTed Farms and Toirn ToUj'for
ON LONG- TIME!!
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W. F. WHITE
E. F. COOK,
637 14th St,, ostvees Vnghs tai Sedt
ittnufacturer or Tli Ctrper and Sheet Iron
Ware, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
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