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Jie Kost Mteiitttal ed cal Wt-
corerj of the Agi Etwj Mah
his own I'hys'claH. rI
Frazier's Great Bemed j
HOW I GOT A WIFE.
The people of the United States hve been
humbugged nth all kind o( Patent M dicines,
quacks and iiuixj-lers, lor the past lew years,
in a nion shsmciul manner. 'The wrlur of the
following is one uf the victims, and wishes to
presents very pUlucav.
Believing that by cleansing tie b ood was
the only true war of banishing disease, and
being sgre.t suflerer fr-m week lgsenda
scrofulous jiffi-cil n, and fter trying many
kinds of Vatent .aJIIclnes and tht ' Bpst
eminent Plivsictans, I omimenced doctoring
n.if .n,i t Ust d covered a Blood Searcher.
or'Root Bitters,-whiclroue only gave me ini
mediatereleif, but alter.a few week effected
a radical cure The cougtileft me, my lungs
became strong and ojid.mr appetite good,
and the ac-olulous disease had disappeared.
Feeling confident that my Discovery possessed
..HrfuI healinz Y.rt aes. leave it to others
afflicted, and found it effected ibe most niiracu- I
lous cures in uousanus 01 cases, iiui uum
curing Cough .Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh,
Scrofula apd We.k Lung, but all diseases
caused from humors in ihe b cod. The demand
from my friends and ether. bearitogabout these
Bitters becoming rery great, I commenced put
ting them up for aile, railing hem FBAZIfeiTS
-B0OT BITlERSr I wa a first backward'in"
presenting either mykclf or medicine to the
fublic-not being a Patent Med-cine Man, but
am getting brately oier that. I have sold
thousands of bottles .l my Boot Bitters, and
it Is my deire and determination to place the
same within the rea of every suflering man,
woman aad,childoa the face of tha civilized
sJobe. ' r
The'griniJ principle that operates in these
Boot .Bitters is the power they possess in cleans
ing the turgid blood and banishing the vile
humors from the system. Boot Bitte-s are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation, compounded
from rooti combined with, herbs and plajta,
many of whlub were used in me gooa oiu ys
.of our forefathers, twben people were curly
some simple root or herb, and when Calomel
and other pois.us ot the mineral kingdom
Ther open all tha na ural passages of the
body, cast out disease,take away-all sickness
and build up ths system with pure blood,
hcuce they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment. .
Ko persosre n take Boot Bitten and remain
long unwell."" Victory upon victory they hive
gaiued over disease and death in all stations
and conditions in life. Thev are constantly ef-
fectluz cures of tue utuio.l iuiLoriance. ior
FBOM TITE LOW GERMAN OF FR.
(Translated for the BEC bv L. W.)
Now I could tell you a long story
how it all went on, but I know bet
ter than to do that. Such a matter
rnever comes oft as smoothly as we
read about them in novels, and the
reality causes a fellow to sweat as
much as if he were doing his hard
est work in life. Among an hun
dred, ninety-nine are apt to commit
the biggest blunders on an erranu
of this kind, and even if these hun
dred should come home the happi
est fellows in the world, still ninety
nine will say: "May God forbid
that we should get into a similar fix
again ; but should we have to do it
a second time, we'll surely be much
"smarter about it "
After an hour and a half 1 came
back again, happj- to the top of my
hat, and possibly may have looked
it ; and as in my bachelorhood life,
I had got into the habit of talking
to myself, I cannot, when I think:
back to it now, find much fault
with people when they got out of
my road rather quietly and looked
very sharp at my feet to see if they
were as steady as my hand. When
l was naif a oiock iroin uome yet,
my uncle came running to me end
commenced to hug me on the
open street and skid : " Hold your
tongue, hold your tongue; I know
all, and when is the wedding to
come off ?"
X tried to silence him and said:
"keep quiet at least on the street,"
tinsumpUoniSLfuis rofuiou, e- nu caiigat iiold or liu arm ana
ruptlous, Utarrb, Weik Lungs i ost Vitality took him home; but when we gOt
and Broken-down Constitutions these Boot fa and met Fjau ButOWn Setting
Bmers are nnirasaly admitted to be the most J
womle ful Medical l'lacovery known to the
worlJ. ririe.rhing properties pene
trate every po.uonof the human frame, sooth
ing the Lungs, sttengtheoiug the Stomach,
Eidnejs and tVver, cleansing ihe blood lrotn
every Und of amor. No other medicine will,
cure Chronic f Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Fits, tDiuintss, Ilcadacbe,
Dyspepsia, FeTeraud Ague, Cosllteuess, Piles,
Urinary DiseasesfKiiluey Dlseue, and "Liver
Complaint, so quickly as this Boot Bitters. All
such diseases are caused from a bad stomach
and a poisonous condition of the blood. For
weakly, nervous young men, suflering from loss
ot memory.-loss of energy, etc., caused lroui
abuses in early iife.aud to uellcate f emales.theim
atrengtheniug Bojt .Bitters are e.pecLdly re
commended. Oue bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis, Scurvy. Tetter, Fever
Sores, Sore Eyes, 1 timers, Cancrrous forma
tlous. Dropsy. Erysipelas, lt Rheum, UU-ers,
Boils, Flesh Worms, Blotches, Pustules, fcrup
"tions, pimples on the face, aqd Con upi ious from
the Blood than all otter remedies,! u exuteuoa.
G. Ttf. FRA5HER
Frarlers Root Bitters are sold by all Ihe lead
lnz Druggists, storekeepers and Chemists, bold
Wholesale by Strong i Cobb iw ,Prior
street, and Benton Myers A Canfieia, 127 Wat
er street, Cleveland, O. ; B. L. Fahnestock &.
la., Pittsburg; Oeorge . OluIwIu A Co.,
Boston; John F. nenry Carran 4 Co , United
States Medicine House, 8 and 9 Co loge Place,
New York; Wyth Brothers, Pbiladelphta ; 1-ul-lcr
ATuller; CUcago ; John L. Park, Cncmiu
ti, and other first-class Drug Houses.
Miow thlssotlee to your druBPt crstore
teer! Ask TfoFFBAZlElH KOttt BJTTEBS,
and aceept no substitute whatever. lrtce witn
Jn the re-ch ol aU-Sl per bottle : six . botUei,
COMMEBCIa:. TRAVELERS who solicit
orderVby CARD, CATALOCJUE, TRADE
LlsT, SAMPLE. OR OTHER cPECIMEK,
also those who visit their c "'1',"""" $&
trade by liurchases made DlBtCT .FUOM
Slt)CK, and who travel in any section, by
EaU or BoaMeWng ny class cfjoods, axe re
quetted to send tneir BUsIKESs and PBr
VATE ADDRK-SS, as Ulow.'st.tlog UjJ of
goods they sell, aud by -whom employed; also
those who are at present under no engagement.
Thl matte, is of GREAT 1MPOBTASCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa eiuien of this clas, or
men soliciting trade in this msnncr. It is
Ihertfore XsPUCIALLT desired that this
notice Buy met the eye ol ALL Commercial
Travelers, and Salesmen in this country and
, that they will AT OXCE give it their atien--ion.
Thoe who comply with above request
will be CONFIDENT! ALLY treated and duly
ad vised of object io TbjW, Plase addicss, (by
care Geo. V. Rowell A Co., 41 Park Row.
JySeodlm New Yohk Citt.
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the table, then his heart fairly
jumped on to his tongue, and his
eyes sparkled like diamonds, and,
pointing with the thumb over his
shoulders towards me, he said: "Do
you see, ' Frau Butown, there ho
stands, my sister's son! Is now
going to be married as well as any
body." And as now the good old
woman came and offered her iiest
wishes and wanted to know who
the fair ono was, he had more to
say to her than I had, aud after she
had gone, he turned to me in quite
a cross manner, saying, that I were
a hypocrite, a hardened one, and
that I was showing a corrupted
heart, for being able to shut up all
my happiness within myself.
Well, I had to sit down and tell
him all about the matter and though
at first he has quite well pleased, he
commenced to shake his head and
said: "that is not quite as I should
have done;" and when I had told
him nil he got up and made a face
as heavens in April, when.it really
does not know if to let some rain
fall or let the suit shine instead; he
shook his head, and nodded
nodded and shook his head and at
last he said: "Well, I think that
I should have gone through the
matter In much better style," and
then he asked at what particular
verse of the chapter 1 had done my
kneeling? Well then I had to con
fess that there had not been any
kneeling. Then he got mad and
took his hat and said.
'Well, then I'll wish you a good
appetite. And cling to what you
have, for how long you will have it
I don't know. You have crowed
much too soon; tho matter is not
nearly fixed; the very act of kneel
ing is indispensible, and without
yourwhole engagement is not bind
ing, I at least, should not be sur
prised if, in the course ot a day or
two, tbe matter should be broken
off. Another thno yqii had better
follow my a4voe," And thus he
But iu spite of all that a wonder
fully nice time commenced now, a
happy time. Of this, also, I oouid
tell a long story- but I know "better
than that. The highest joy and the
deepest grief should not be con
fided to the next best one; and al
though I believe that all those who
read this are mannerly and sober
folks, still it might happen, that this
or that confounded fool would try to
mako game of me, and that, of
course, would be annoying.
But to a real honey-cake you
must take a little pepper aud I did
not escaae the pepper. At just eve
Uncle Matblas tried to put on a lit
tle uno and then, but at last when
he saw that my engagement was a
lasting one, and when he, himself,
had paid my little girl aud her folks
a cordial visit, andhad; on tlm oc
casion also, iiad the opportunity to
convince himselCof her ability as a
.fish cook, then he saved hla popper
aud I dipped Jnto.the honey-pot.
Now he commenced to picture to
all who were patient enough to
listen, my happiness in such glow
Jng colors that soon so many funny
stories were told about me that I
'hardly knew where to save myself.
I was teased wherever I showed
myself five paces from home every
one I knew pommonoed to grin, and
whenT asked what they were grin--ning
about, the answer invariably
was, just as if they had all coun
selled togother ;
If in the evening I came to the
club, and I had resolved under no I
rcumstances to give up iuis so
ciety ;4rstjyi because it suited nie
very much to linger around there
for a day or two, aud, secondly, be
cause I thought that I could learn a
good deal in the distinguished so
olety I met theie. Well, when I
came there, then they commenced
to whisper and a nudging in the
side and a writhing of the eyes, and
then they commeuced to tell stories,
what this one' had said before the
wedding, and what he said after
wards, and similar things; and
when at last I got wind aud asked
if thesti were broad hints' at me,
they unanimously said :
"Oh no we only mean.' And
when at last I stopped going to
the club for these "very reasons, and
stai'l at home, then Frau Butown
commenced at mejf 1 wanted to
have this fixed so, or if she should
fix that so. She did not know how
1 wanted everything arranged now.
And she was an old woman and
had waited on many a gentle
man, but none who was engaged to
be married; T therefore must havp
patience with her, for certainly it
woulA uoUast flauch longer. Then
as to eleanlngTuy clothes; I was
quito right, that was not good
enough for ray future wife, for as
.'Aeh&d understood that young lady
was brought up like a princess, and
had never put her finger in a drop
of cold water; but her own eyes
wera already getting too old to de
tect .every Utile down on the coat
and if my girl should shortly hap
uen to come and see me. of course
she could do that, and as'far as stfe 1
ut?rset sswurautUin uau uu
objections. And when X Wanted
her to make a fire in the evening,
why did 1 not say so, and how'
could she know, I had always gone
to the club; why did I not go now ?
And then she knelt down before
the stove and blew into the ait
hole that the coals commenced to
glow ana her face reflected the
shine that I could not help to think
continually ; God pardon my many
tresspasses, I know very welt that
this la Frau Butown, and Is a ohris
tiH -widow, "but haw is it that her
talk makes me think continually
of the distinguished people who are
sdd to live deep under us in a place
which is said to be dreadfully hot?
And why do J think that there are
; possibly one or two there who are
blowing into the coals to just warm
up. my married state a little?
- Here you may see, that all my
apprehensions were not really gone.
and they were destined to best'll
greater, when one afternoon I came
home from my lady.
For as I came along the street, I
heard a big noise. People were
looking out of the windows, and be
fore one of the houses, quite a num
ber were standing looking into the
door. And when I was just trying
to pass the door, out flies Groser
Obst, and lays in the gutter.
"My God ! neighbor; what is the
"Whit do you think? My women
folks have just thrown me out
"Neighbor," says the grocer, "I'll
tell you. My wife and I can't
-Of course this matter was no
concern of mine, and therefore I did
not stop much longer, but thought
I would tell uncle Mathias about it.
And so I did, and told him the
whole affair, and asked :
"Uncle what does the fellow
"Well," says he, sunk in deep
thought; "and you say his women
folks, wife and mother-in-law, just
put him out of doors ?"
"Yes," said I, "he himself said
"And he was sitting in the gut
"Well, then I guess the matter
is perfectly all right, and stands
thus : Jie wants to boss the concern
and she wants to boss, and if she
stands in the house and he lays out
side, it seems to me as if she is tho
I do not know what made me feel
so annoyed and blue just now. I
had never looked at the matter in
"Uncle," said I, "you know mo
and youalso know her, whodoyou
think will be the boss in our house?"
"I do not know," says he, "but
from her looks I do not think that
she would like to sit outside."
"The deuce," said I.
"Well," says unci; Mathias, "do
not be alarmed, for I do not think
she will be quite as bad as that ; but
a imnic sne will nave a nice, amia
ble government over you. You will
be tied firmly and securely to her
apron string, and I guess she .will
find ways and means to drive all
your notions out of your head."
"Oh," says I, "lam not afraid, T
shall try to turn her mind a little
after wo are onco married."
"Do not rely on that," said mv
uncle, "do you not know tho old
Money and Commerces
Office Omaha Daily Bee, 1
July 17, 187-L f
Monetary affairs are quiet, busi
ness being fair and steady. In a
few days times will be somewhat
changed, and there will be an- in
creased activity,as the County banks
and merchants will regain all the
funds to help move tbe crops. Dis
counts fair, exchange in tolerable
THE FIBST NATIONAL BANifj
Land Grcnts (selling) $815.00
i ana warrants, (loo acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
Agricultural College Scrip,
(1C0 acr-s buyine).- 176
Do. Selling. 185.0t,
Exchange on JSew xork, 1-5 or on
Groceries are dull, quiet; sugars
are firm at yesterday's quotations'
and owing to the rise, are in d
Dry goods are looking
some fair orders from the
received and shipped ; 1
Produce, as usual, is in
mand. The market is well
with small fruits and
prices remain about the sameL
a downward tendency
Fish. The market is well
plied with salted and cured fish
there is nothing doing in
Wines and Liquors. Trajlf good,
both local and couni
coming In steadily,
do , CalUaading brands
Domestic Ii iWt
sa do ...! !
Best Buffalo Solei
Ho. 2, 22c; No. 1.33c
SI 4032 00
2 402 50
11 ooli SO
Jl S51 75
fasstS iVffl nr fftAt
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111 00(314 00
i Oak Uoe
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do o. 2, .
H?mlo.k Harness Leather, ho. 1
k Line do
FaW Bridle, per slde.
lessavvouars, per aor..
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The Popular Route from
Granulated pr lb
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Bat cut loaf do .
Standard A do .
Circle A do .
Extra C do
Yellow C do .
N O choice do .
thet (Black) per foot, 1324c
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t Dash Leather, , 15c
Powell & Co., Soap monufacturers.
Pabb'co, 6 l-26 34 ; Savon
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Benjamin B. Jones, Decorative Up
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270 FarnhaHs Street, furnishe?. the
Rio choice pr C.
do prime do .
do good do .
Common pr gallon..
Good do ..
do M 0 molasses-
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"After the wedding yoar chances are past,
You must turn hxr before If jou want It to
"Xo, said I, "that's altogether
new to me," and made a face as if I
had heard some terrible news.
''Well, then I'll tell you aBtory,"
says uncle, the moral of which you
will learn from your wife, if you do
not follow my advice. And with
that we sat down, and uncle com
menced. (2b be continued.)
TUE CUMINO ITUVQQLF,
'The voters of our nation,
a ne'tr was known betore,
Are rising from Pacific's straui
To Atlantic's rocsy shore.-;
Why Is this mighty change?
hat can tbe meaning be f
The rising of the msie?
From northern lake to southern sea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' itra es
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore,
Though obsolete long since, -Remain
as ever tr-e: not unecent fortribttte,
.duiiuuj lousier aeienae.
Party ties and party laws
Are but aa ropes of sand.
Toe lights of mm to tw a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shsil our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly gret
The emblem of ttie free.
In trade we'll try to deal,
Aa'man should deal with man.
And while we seek to live ourselves.
We'll sU aa cheap as anybody can,
Ard if a hat you need,
Or friend you chance to meet,
Remember Bunce, the Hatter,
On Upper Douglas btreeL
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Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
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M Weak A Co -.....
Schof en ..........-...
Kirk's Savon... .........
M. Weak A Co-
standard - ...
do aterUng ......
Ulack goods, Western......-.-.....
do do Virginia.....-
do do Lorrilsrd's..... ....
Bright do do do ..
dj do Virginia .-..
Natural leaf ...
California peach's per pound
do appies ao
Ftate do do
do prunes . .
do German cherries
do raisins, per box... ....
do seedless raisins, per pound...
New in barrels .. ..
do dairy .-..... ....
2 pound canMyer'soys-ers, per case.
1 do do do do do
2 dc do William's do do
2 do do peaches per case... .
3 do do do do -. .
2 do do tomatoes do ......
3 do do do do -
Corn, Trophy per case-.. .
do Wieslow do ....
do Yarmouth do ..
Strawberries, do ....-...
Baspberries, do -
Pineapples, 1. do ....
Oo'.on s, per pound ...... .
Young Hyson, per pound .
Gunpowder, do do -.
Snow Flate, (WeUs A Nieman)
XXXX Iowa City
California ...... ..... .
..$2 70a2 SS
.. 4 SOii 75
.$ 23al SO
.2 3012 75
- 4 00a4 25
. 6 50a7 00
- 3 50a3 75
. 4 30a5 00
Chicago and the Easti!
Onlv Siroot 3Et,otxte
Crossw, lrmJrie Dta Ctttess. AVUsoaa,
St. faal, Dnlatfa, Jaunvllle, Ktao
atna, Orecaa ttsi, Kaclae, Mtrreai'a
Polat, Wakrtewa, Oaak0sa, Ion
Da Lac. JMadlsca aad Mllwaaaseo.
It Being tha Shortcstand FUst Comsleted Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO,
Constant tmprorrm nts have taken place in
tbe way of reducing Grade, and plartng iron
with Steel lUils. addinz to ita rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAI and 8LKEP19K1 CARS
Equipped with the "WvsUughouse Air Brake"
and "Miller Platform." establishing comlorta
bm and cttmmcdlous Eating llouses.olfcringsll
the comforts ot traveling the age can produce.
From to 10 Fast Express Traius run exek
way dally over the various lines of this toad,
lous sccuxuix n me traveler selecting wis
route sure and certain connections In any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOUBI VALLEY JUNCTION', for
Sioux City, Yankton and points reached via.
aioux uiy ana racinc rauroaa.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines. Ottawa and Keokuk.
ATMASUAxLferSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR BaPIDS for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne, Dunieith, Prai
rie du Cbien, La Crosse, and all points on the
The only known remedy for
And ajxai:iTe euro for
Gout, Gravel, Strictures,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia JferV
vous Debility, Dri?PT
Kon-retenticn or Incoitlnence of Urine, Ir'
Utlon. lnoamation or Ulceration of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
Loucoerhoe or Whites, Diseases of the Pmtrate
Gland. dUne In the Bladder. Colcul ur.
. - ms.-fsmi .ami 1 1 1 ssmBSk.atsm'. .--
Aad Mucus or MUky .Discharge.
Chicago, Clinton and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON larFreeport, Badao Mllwan
kee aad aUMUtaln Wiaconaia.
taaHeaalaraeHias via this
aad aa lalstaiataa aa-
W. . afasTJiatXX
U. w. KinST.
Otis, it Ufcr.
utis, u z.
. YANKEE NOTIONS
KMtrz mohk a co., 231 Faniham
jClark's O. N. T
eUEBK. C J. EASaMBf.
UUERE & k'AEBAClf, $g
Joists, studding and sills, 20 it, and un-
uer ........... . i uu
. 25 00
. 22 00
. 50 OU
. 35 00
Oaaiiies, heavy weight. .
.o llrht do
Jjd. lour buihel-
sln tugs, Amoskeg A .
o do LudJow a a-
Omaha tit St Louis Short
Over 20f t, each ad dluonal ft add'l
Fencing Mo 1 ..... ...
no no 2-
I 1st common boards -. .
! Mnil iIa .In
"A" stock boards, lu and 12 inch.
"B" no du do ao
"f An ,1.. An An
ittoman strip?.. ...
a ANUFACTUKER OF
Spring and Farm Wagons,
HVUUIKI AHP "JAltMI 1UK.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
TABTICUL.B A TTENTION TAI T(
aWEf pairing f wagons and blacksmithln
promptlv done at reasonable prices mydawg
' curtom made..
Brown drill ........
' dnck .... ,..
' duck . .
"Whlie .. . .
French whalebone .... ..
"Comet l-.'.'.'Z ....
" ruffled.- ....
$2 25QG 50
.. $10 0
. 15 Od
. 4 75.7 50
$0 507 25
7 75a9 00
. 7 00a7 50
8 00a9 50
. 3 00s3 50
-$5 2518 00
8 9 00
1st clear, 1, IK. 1 aad 2 Inch 65 00
2a ao ao
3d do do
do 1st common
do 2d do
do 3d do
do nsrrow, clear.
it ciear ceiling K incn.
2d do dn liinrh
1st clear aldinz.
2d do do ....
1st common siding..,
xa ao ao ..
Extra No 1 shingles.
Common No 1 shingles
Lath per 1000
D A 11 pickets etr 100.
Square do do do
O G Batten pe' lineal l.
Rough do do do
ciear cemng y, liicu. -
do do $ luch. .....
do do Y inch.
do .do yt inch
.. 35 00
- 21 03
.. 3 00
Nutmegs, Penang bestjier pound..
CIjtci uo do .
Atspice .do do -
Cinamon bark do do
COLUMBIA BIVEB SALMON.
J bbls., loO lbs J9 50Q10 00
1 n cans, per dor.... ..
2 do do - ....
No. 1 kits ...- ...
Family in kits-. .....
Kamily in bbls
1 33j1 4(
, 2 50M 2 75
, 3 Wdi 4 CO
. 1 153 l 25
1 lOdt 1 20
. 5 59(3 C 10
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is tbe only dire line to
AUD THE EAST, FBOM
OMAHA AND THE "WEST
NO CHANGE . uui between OmnnaandSt.
Louts ana bit oi e between OMAHA
snu AcW YOB&.
This th Only -Jne running a
1'ULL.nAJI 8LEEPIJVO CAIt EAST
KltOH OnAHA.'ON AKR1VAL.
UF TUE UNION PACIFIC
awPassengcrs uklng othei routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the Hirer button.
Extraot BuoH-a !
Ptrmaaently Curcsallj Diseases otthe
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing In Men, Women and CblUren,
No Hotter What the Age!
Prof. Steele savs: "One bottle ot Keartvey'j
Fluid Extract Buchu la worth more than all
ether Buchua combined."
Price one dollar per botlleor,!lx bottles for
Depot 104- DuanerSt., N. Y.
A physician in attendance to answer corrcs
poudence and give advlcoigratis.
aVTSend stamp for pamphlets, free..aj
Crane A Brighami Wholeu ie Agents, San
A3 WE HAVE TWtLMJ OOOD EEASOK3
why thev wm dj rourwork.
Quick ana Easv.
Cheapo and Clean.
UThey are che pest to buy.
They are besi to use,
jajsM Thej bate evenly and quickly,
7 Their operation is perfect,
2bbv They hare always a good draft.
gm Ther are made or the bestinater Jal
aa They roast poifectly,
s a They rctjulre but Utile fuel,
x ncj are very tow priced,
They ara easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
Liberal discount on carload lots.
35 per cent off Chicago list.
35 per cent Off CI tcago l'st.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl
Lonisvllle cement per bbl
Plaster paris per bbl
Plastering hair per bushel
Tarred felt M
Plastering bos tii.. .......
.81 752 00
,. 3 O0M3 25
- 3 S0g3 75
OILS. I'ALNT'j, GLASS, &e.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBEKT C. 8TEELL.
BICI FABHEJG L1BD 1H HEBEA1
TTOUSES AND LOTS m the eityCOmaha,
s s jor saiecneaD ana on cooa termi
Boeos 4c mix
Eeal estate hrokers,oince over Macki
on lAKue sb opposiie cew nusiomce'
rs ACKNOWLEDGED BVEVEBYBODY
L be the
Published in Nebraska
any Newspaper Pubwjhed
in the West, jf
Enioracmg a choice selection of
Dews and iaiscellaneous'ajatter with
live Editorials on all Important top
ics; completo and reliable telegraph
ic) and local market reports totheoay
. t ni --ailA
of issue, ana a variety oretate,
together make up a newspaper
dom equalled and .never sum
fcverv article troinc into the
umns of the BEE is carefully l5o
ijjiized, and everything that caaiV
fend the most' scrupulous, rejefffcis!.
But Independec. in princlaiavitlve
policy of the BEE is, and aliaays has
been, to expose aud denounar abus
es and corruption in the
tic without fear or favor.
J. (J. KOSENFstLD gives Ufl
following quotations this day :
TttiHai aofitTA 11 In fuha Tmra
fiair, at 10c per dozen ; Live
'Chickens, dull,at 2 002 50 per dot;
Gooseberries, 2 50 per bu. ; Cher
ries, 5 OOper bu ; Oranges, 9 00;
Lemtms, 14 00 per box. ana Rasp
berries, 20c per quart: blackberries,
25c; apples. 1 00 to 1 25 per box.
301IX T, KDOJ.B.
Horse shoe tut
Norway nail rod-..
.American casq, oc'sgon and square
Jcbsbd's EnelUh da do
(Borden's horse shoes, per keg .
.uo muie ao ao
Northwestern horse nails . 22a 21
Dundee thimble skeins, discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
lOd to 60d per keg.
3d fine do
lOd finis'ng do
8d do do
6d do do
lOd casing do
8d do do
6d do do
Wrought, all sizes .
Carriage and tire- discount
Narrow wrought, fast jointdiscount
Cast, loose pin reversible-. do
ITay and manure forks discount
Hoes and gaiden rakes do
Strap and T...- .discount
Coal OU 19
Unseed OU, raw. 105
" " hl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 23
Lard Mil, Ko IS tZfl 00
" " " 2.. 70
" " winter
" "strain'dj "
Lubricating I ,tt
W. Va. f
White Lead, St. LouU, SrticUy Pure
" " " " VancyBrsbdi
Putty In Bladders . ....
Enameld Glass, colors, ai sq. ft. ...
Window Glass. 50 V e discount
Family, in kits 1 10 1 20
No. 1, do . 1 GOig 2 00
Mess, do 3 00 3 25
FamUy, H W-s 7 (XXa 8 00
No. 1, de 9 OOylO CO
Sardines, i boxea, IS 50ijl7 to
A. E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
IL Upman M. f S5 00
lteconstruction.... .... ..... do 31 00
Grand Central do 35 00
Universal.... . do 40 00
Yara -..... . .. do 43 00
La lloquet- . do 60 00
bimon Pure do 0 CO
Fariigas .. do 75(0
Yours Truly. do b5 00
Gold Medal do 60 00
La Eapanola. do 60 00
Triple Crown ..... do 75 00
Uenry Clay . do 100 00
De Viller do 100 00
YViUer. , do 100 00
18T6 .. ... do 75 to
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUB.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacti -. 2 90
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific It. It.
PAViOCKH TnAIMS DAILY!
EA3TBV AHD WE3TEBN CITIES
With l.ess 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 Westiiujhouae
aWSce that your tickets read via
KnuaaNCJty H', Joseph A. C'onaell
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
OF BOTH SEXES.
30 0BASQE F0S AD7I0E AHD
Tlckets for sale at cor.
streets, and U. 1.
Tenth and Farnhara
GEO. I- 3BADBUBY,
A. C DAWES.
Gen'l Pars. Agt.,
T)R J. B. DYOTT, graduate f
Jefferson Medical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
-works, jan be consulted on all dis-i
eases of the SexutJ and urinary or
gans, (which he has made an es
pecial study,) either in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause
originating, or how long standing
A practice of 30 years enables iilai
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can forward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
ass-Send for the Guide to Health.
J. B. DY0711,M.D.
Physlcion and Surgeon, 104 JDuane
street. N. Y.
ST. LOUIS, mo.,
aVaaar aaU sa aavlvA,Ts.
"wmatT W C?Caw
laaWar V a.'aa!ss.
Or Saxcar-Coalcd, Concentrated,
Real and Herbal Juice, Antl
GIANT" CATIL1BT1C or Slultaasi
In Parro Payalc.
Tho novelty or modem Medlcai. Chemical and
PhariKatculical Science No uo of any locset
taking (his lar;e. repulolvc and naweous pilLt,
co.nposl of cneap. crude, and balky ingredients,
Tthearuocaa by a careful application of chemical
science, extrax' all tha cathartic and other mvdl.
tins! properties from tho most valuabio rocts and
herbs, and coarhtrjto them into a minute Gran
nie, aearct'ly larger than a anuatard
aeel, thatcan borcjuVhrsnallovred by Uwwool
tho most sensitive tomacnjaiu! fastldlons tastca.
lic&litila Furajatlvo I'cllct Represents, In a
nnyt concentrated form, ta rauc cathartic power
m 19 embodied la any of too lar pills foend for
rale & the drr shops. From their wonderful cs,
thartwt fower, in proportion o their size, people
whoiiv? not tried tnern on. apt to rnppoMi teat
thcyaiitnfra or drastic in ctTi-ct. bntsachlsnot
at all the MlA the different actlvo medicinal prln
inianr u-hirtr .'hcv ara comrxved beta? ao bar.
clples of whicfc fhey aro composed beta;
nrjJuca a xaot noarrliliia; and
- 1 uo
TIS, SHEET-LR0N. WISE. AC.
JlTLT02f ROGERS, COR. 14th &
10x11 1C, lair quality..
luxu ic, oesi quality.
1M plate DC
100 plfcte DXX
100 plate DXXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Booing IX do
10x14 IC coke
20x23 IC charcoal roofing..
30x28 IC charcoal roofing..
etxxt i-A. cnarroai.
10x20 coke (for gutters).,
- 13 50
, 16 00
$1 50 Per Ann
EDITOR AND rEOPBIETOE,
. Tail's black discount Mure
Coe'a Iinmitation ... do 45 do
Coe's genuine ,- do 3 do
American Iron- 45 pr c
do brass :. 40 pre
" aGBICULTCBAI. DCLSMENTB.
Holt's Ha.st Klng.per do.-, net-.
Heald'a Eureka -
SPADES AND SHOVELS.
Bowlsnd'sKo2 black ahevels, D li
do do polished ilo do
- do do black spades do
Ifoore do polished do do
do's "spring point" L 11 shovels
Lippencott's Western Crown-
do do 4 b-vtfed
ke's Jio 3. iron box: net
do do 103 do
do do 25 Union ir
eo do 35 do BHiinii
Hargrave, Smith A Co., , discount
American ile Co do
ITdole's. A E No 1, lf, 2
isamond's A EN6 3
do do 4.
do knjlnters No 1
do do do 2 .
It do do do 3-
r . luviuicia.
I do do 3 .
cut do 1..
Sheet tin 25 to 30 in
do do do Ir. half casks-
do do do in 250 B casks..
Sheet 34 to 35 Inches per sheeL
-loners soiaei ixira reunea..
do ao no. i-....
do do vnfli'f
.First quality, Numbers It to 24-..
ao ao ao zo.
do do do 26-
do do do 7
Charrosl, both sides smothe
do No U
do da :
do do 27.
do do 27
do ko. I, stained
tnin lull bundles, add one cent.
AVAmerlcax iatat'n Bnsala, U Nos.
Leas than full bundles add one cent.
do St to 24.
do X to 35
do Sit, ,
Full bundles discount 15 per cent.
Braziers Ilo t
- do 10 to T2
-S-eathing, 14 aud 16 o
Planl-hed. 14and 16'
Nos. 7, 8 and , PlanUh
Nos. 0 to 6
Hob. 15,16 ; 18
Par bmadieU par cantd
THE GRAND CENTBAL BOUTE FBOM
OI-AHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Des Moines, 1avenport and Bock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wtixohou Patst Air Bkakxs and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
S Fast Express Trala s LeaTe Pally
ennetting as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad, for Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Xcokuk
and St. Lonis.
AT GKINMbLL 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, -Dnbuqne A St.
Paul, At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western branch, for Muscatine,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport, Be.- lit, Racine. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Bocktord, Bock
Island and St, Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK .ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
Island. Railioad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU J UNO., with branch, for Hen
ry, Lacere, Chilllcothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Ball
road for points nort.h and south.
AT CHICAGO with MU lines East, North and
THBOUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities,
v la this line, can be procured, and any infor
mation obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket office of the compiny, 12s Farnham St.,
Omaha, and also at the principal Ucket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. ft.
IE A. S ?.
3 TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. tOUIS WITH
Pollman Palace Cars
THB00GH WITHOUT CHASGE
Basra-age ecated Troas;b to
Prlaclaal Eaatcrm Poiats.
A. M. 8M1TH,
J. H. LACEY,
8. a STEVENS.
Sioux City & Pacific R. K.
Tbe Shortest aad oaljr Direct
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
NORTHERN IOWA ft MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN P.CE SLEEPTNG CARS
On all night trains 7ia this route.
1. At XT. P. Transfer
Railroad for Omaha.
2. .At Council Bluff, with Kansas CItv. St.
Joe and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At Mi-sourl Vslley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway lot Chicago and all
4. At Slonx City with Sioux City and S
Paul, Illinois Central and DacoU Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River,
during nxvlgstiox'- and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
vallroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At FremoutNebraaka. with the Union
Pacific railroad Jar aU,jdlnt west and the
Pacific coast. 1 ' .
' '7. AtWbnarwItastegeaforNorfolkandal?
points la Northern Nebraska.
ataTTickets tor sale In Chicago and North
western Railway oOces&
aWBe sure y6ur tickets read via S. C A P.
U BUBNETT, Sup't.
F. a HILLS. Gen. Ticket Art.
- GEO. W. OBATTAN.
9 7. Agent, Oftaha.
Arrival oi Trains from the YetC
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland! Buffalo Boston
Are for Sale at the)
M. K. corar Voatrtb Cheataat ,
St.Loals, aad at the Prlaclaal JU1'
wsy Oflkca 1st the Won.
CHAS. BABCOCK, C. E. RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. AVt, West'u Pass. Agt.
Da A T. las crrr,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLBrT,
Gen i Supt., Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
20U Ixdukapolh St. Loci.
Confectioners' Tool Works,
T-.os. lUs & Bro,
Machine Dloalda, Ice Cicaasi
Nos. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth. St.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNQ MEN from
the effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood Restored, impediments to Marriage
Removed. Mew metloj of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free, in sealed envelopes. Address, liOU
ABD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., aa Institution having a high
eputation for honorable conduct and proles
rlonal kills. e5dAw3rn
HO CATTLE BROKER,
ALT LAKE CITY, - - UTAH
Proprietor rf th
330O UovrarJ Is iicrcbyoffcred by tho pro.
prielor or .ncso i'cucm, o any cncmisi woo.
upon analysis, viu nrw in mem any
other forms of mercury ot any otni
poison. m '
JJelna; entirely TCjrctablo.no Mrttcnlar
ear Is .cqoirud vrhilo uin them They ope
rate uJthont dlstnrbanco to tho constitution, d -t,
orocc:tion. For Jaundice. Ilcadacbe,
Coaatip.ttlon, Impure niood, Patu
Iu tavaboalucra, TiKBdicaa of tho
Cheat, nlsluca, Sour Eructations
tol tho StoHcll Bad tto lu
ioutb Blt3ia nttacka. Pain in
Tcloii of Kidney, internal Fever,
Uatcd foclliia bout Stomach,
Kttflh of Blood io ftc.ad. High Col
reel Urluc, IJUM'ocfai,illiy and
filaomr ft'orcbodiuifa, taka Dr.
Pierce) PIoaaaiitPurKatlve Pellet
In explanation of tho remedial power if my Tur-
fitlvo PelieuivcrfO great n variety ot diseases,
tvlshtoraytfct their action upon tho
anlaaal economy li uulvoraul, not a.
ire 1prcasv 40 decs not impair themi
their unsarcontlntfand being enclosed la gtw
bntltes nrcscrvo their 1rt1uM unimpaired for Mr
Jcshoftimc. In any climate, fo thai they are ai
-V3VS fro!i and reliable, .which f not tho ca.a
ritii tbe pibs found in tho drns stores, put np ia
chcip vrood or paste-board boxes. Recollect that
fjrai disoie tvhero a Laxative, Altera
tiro or Purajatlvo is indicated, theso llttlo
JVilcts urih rIi Ihe most perfect satlsfacUon to
They aro Hold by nil ctitrrprlalBK
,Sru;glKta at 2 J couU a bottle.
' Do not allow any rirngslst to lndcro you to
take anything eli that ho may ray isfnst 01
tnxid as my 1 cllclo beennso ho makes a target
Sroflt on that vrhith ho recommends. If your
racist cannot snpply them, encloso S3 centa
.and tcceive them oy rrtnrn nnil from
1 B. f. PJfiCX', J. I , rnpr,.
BUFFALO, N. X-
ASK FOR PYLE'S
Depot for the sale of his
IC KTT.LTTl ft Co.,
Corner.of Battery azun7ashlngton.SU.
SAS FRAIf CISCO,
Being East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.B.K., hould take th
SALE RAT US!
Proprietors: 1 Eetabzishxd 181:
Thomss MrLLs, 1
Qko. M. Mrtts, CATALOGUES BEST
AxxxaPJ'Aanaa.J Vj npoc application.
IStk St, bet Fu i Etrmej.
AU kinds of TAILORING,' dANING aad
BEPALTNQ done at rsaaosabU ratal
Aad xura tor tbeauelv tha choice of Six
Popular if.atea from
ltaLea to hlcard h! St. Louis,
.AU making Reliable C .inactions and being
Shipped srlta Palace Day and fflsspiar Cvt.
AU delay and inconvenience arrlvlnj; from
Ferries acd transfers can be avoided West of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets via
ATCHISON sail tha ATCH19UX
Direct and Sellable Connections are also made
with tha A. T. A S. F. B. K. for the
Great Ariuusas Tllej k Colerade,
And with all Unes running South to points in
Southern Tfsnsss and tbe Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets via
LINCOL Sc ATCHISON
CHA3. C.SMITH, W. F. WHITr;
Gea'l Supt. Gea'l Pass. Ag't.
la MX A?3es, Kaaasui
Jfllna, Meyer A Baapke and Whitney
Bauserman A Co
Xast India. Good,
313 aad ilU FROST STREET
San Franci - California.
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
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U. P. Lands Sold!
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E. F. COOK,
537 14th St, beta-Ms Doaglu aad Doa
Manufacturer of Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
Wre, and dealer in
Cooking and Heating stoves
Stamped, Jsp-tnned and French Ware 01
and. Tin Boo9n?. Outtars and Spontingana
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