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Ecorerr of the Agi-T.Ttrj Maa
tls owe Pbja'cU. ZIlHi
Frazier's Great Remedy
Tbepeoileof rfc 'Unlled? States hire been
humbugged wltbeU kin, of Patent MHclnw,
quacks and Imposters, for the put few yon.
In a most shameful manner. TIm writer of the
following li one ot the TlcUnu, and wishes to
present a rery plain case.
Be'Jerlng tht by cleansing the Vood was
the only troo way of banishing disease, and
being a tret sufferer frra weak lung and a
Kiofcloua afectl. .u4 alter Wing way
kinds ol Patent Medicines aad ?
eminent PnyatcUas, I mjLnS2S?
myself, and at lait d.acoTered a Blood bearcher,
or Boot Bitten, which not only jaxe meini
xaediate releif, bat alter lew weeks ejected
idkal cure! The oom. left me, my lungs
became strong and sound, my a, petite good,
and the scrofulous disease had disappeared.
Feeling confident that my DiscoTery possessed
wonderful healing; Tirtues; I gare It to others
afflicted, and found It eSected the most miracu
lous cures In -thousands ol,cssss, not alone
curing Cough', Consumption, Asthma. Catarrh,
Sfcrolula and TVek Lungs. 'but all disease,
caused from humors In the b:ood. The demand
from my friends and other, bear jag about these
Bitters becoraIaVery great, I commenced put
BOOT BirfEB8-I was a tat taekwexi in
presenting either myself or medicine to the
pubUc-not being a Patent Med cine Man, but
f am getting bravely o.er that. I bare sold
thousands of bottles f my Boot Bitters, and
it is my desire and determination U place the
same within the reach of every suSeting man,
woman and children the face of the clTilized
The grand prlndrle that operates la these
Boot Bitten h the newer they possess In cleans
ing the turgid blood and banishing the Tile
humors from the system. Boot Bitus are
strictly Mediclnalreparatlon, compounded
from root combined wita herbs aad pla iti,
many of -whUa. -were used ln-the good old days
of our forefathers, when people were cured by
some simple looiar- herb, and wsam Uknuel.
and other paU-M.of she mlnerl klagdom
were unknown. ' ' , ' ...
They open all Ike.saJural passages of the
body, cast out disease; take away .all sxkness
and build up ths system with pure blood,
hence they must reach all diseases by puriaos
tion and nourishment.
No person c .c take Boot Bitters aad remain
long unwclL Victory upon victory they hare
gained over disease and. death In all stations
lad conditions lo life. They re constantly ef
fecting cures of the utmort Importance. ror
Consumption, asthma, Scr.ful., Siroluloui it
ruptious, Catarrh. Wesk Xangs, Los. VltatltT
and Broken-down Constitutions, these Bout
Bitters are unlveisaliy admitted to be the most
wonde.ful Medical Uiscorery known to the
world. i3ir pectoral healing properties pene
trate every po.tionof the hnmaa traase, sooth
ing the i-unis, strengthening the Stomach,
Kidneys and Uver, cleansing the blood lrom
every aind ol humor. So other medicine will
cure Chronic -.Ktiewmsusisy neuxaia,
Heart disease. Fits, lUxlov Headache,
Dyspepsia, Fever and awe, Cutifeaesa, Piles,
UrinrylWssea,JVBny WLusVd JJv
Complaint, so quickly as this Boot Bitters. All
such diseases ir caused I rouTa bad stomach
aad a polsunous condition- oMba blood. For
weakly, nervous young men, suffering lrom loss
ot memory, loss of energy, etc., caused lrom
abuses In early llle.aud to delicate f emales.these
strengthening Boot Bitters are especially re
commended. One bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis, Scurvy, Tetter, I-ever
Sores, Sore Eyes, Tumors. Cacrous forma
Uoas7lropsy, Erysipelss, b Bheum, Ulrers.
Bolls Flesh Worms.-Blotches; Pustules, fcrup
Uons, pimples on the face, and Corruptions from
the Blood than all other reu dies iu exiiteace.
G. W. FRAZEBB.
Frailer Boot Bitters are sold by allth -lac
Druggists, Storekeepers and Chemhtts. Sold
Wholesale by Strong A Cobb, 199 Superior
sreetfaud Beaton Styers . Canneld, 127 Wal-
(x. Pittsburg: Oeorge I. Ooodwla uo.,
BoVton , "oh?. Hey Curren A. Co, Unh
Stttes Medicine House. 8 and 9 College Place,
New York; Wyth Biotkers.PhUadelpha; Ful
ler A Fuller. Chicago ; John u Park, Cincinna
ti, and other ftrsSlass Drug Housea
and accept no suhsUtute whatever Price with
in the reach of all-11 per bottle ate-tettlai,
COMMEBCIA:. TBAVELEBS who solicit
orderV by CABD, CATALOUUE, TBADE
UStT SAMP1JJ. OR OTHKB SPECIMEN.
al ttose who visit thslr customersand soUdt
trade by purchases msde DIBfcCT KOM
SIOCK, and who travel in say section by
Ball or Boat. seUlng any class of goods, arere
JJesSd ndtWrJBUSINESs and PBI
VATE ADDBESS, as below, st.tlng class ;of
nods they sell, and bv whom employed; also
those who are at present vnder no eaiagemeat.
TuTniUte.U of OBEAT lMPOBlCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa'esnien of this class, or
men lollcltlng trade In this manner. It is
SeTefore ESPECIALLY desired that this
notice nuy meet the eye ol ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen in this. country and
that they will AT OSCB. give it their atten
tion. Those who cornpiv with above request
will be CONFIDENTIALLY treated and duly
advised of object In vljw- iBJesaa address, (by.
care Geo. P. BoweU 4 Co., 41 Park Bow
Jy9eodlm 5fw' Yoar CtTT.
171 ParaPai , B.B.O. 11th St
Entirely rewritten by the ablest writers on
very mblect. Printed from new type,
- andUlustrated with Several Thonssnrl
TiawcrkerlglaaaraMsheil derfcae UUe
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'rsi movement ol poUtleal aaalra has kept
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fruitful application to the ladttssrhJ aad tesefal
arts and thaeottvealeaoa and ream of,
aodr 1 Ule. Great wars and consequent rerolu
Uon.aaveoccured,lnvolTlnx national changes
of peculiar Toenient. The dvll war oi oBroaa
Toluaeof the old work appeared, has happily
been ended, and a new course of commercial
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ITBST CLAaaVCAHVASHNG, AGiarVJ.
Address the Publishers,
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HOW I GOT A WIFE.
LOW OEBMAX OF FB.
(Tractlatad for the Bxx by L. W.)
In the village where I was ap
prenticed fora couple of years, there
lived two very nice young fellows,
.one witlTthe name of Wolfe, who
was a blacksmith, and one called
Horner, who was the miller of the
village. The smith was a keen fel
low and understood his business;
the miller was rather stupid, but
had lots of money. After a while
it was talked around that the two
were going to marry the two daugh
ters of rich old man Schultze, and
so it was, and they had a grand
wedding. I remember it well, for
our accountant, Lewis Erookmann,
poured a glass of beer over my head
at the time, and when I got mad at
him aaid it was only for fun.
After the wedding everything
was quiet, and all seemed to be
quite happy. But it did not last
long, when the talk went around
that the miller's wife was beating
her husband. And so it was. And
when one Sunday afternoon the
miller saw the smith go into the I
tavern he said to mm :
"Well, I know what is going to
Happen to you 'to-night"
"How do you mean?" says the
' "Just as if you did not know,"
says the miller. "You and I got
, "If with that you mean my wife,"
answers the smith, "let me assure
you that I have done well."
A "Yes," says the miller, "when
she is-not at home."
"Not at all," saj-s the smith, "she
is as pleasant as she can be, and
does everything in the world to
make my home agreeable."
"Well, but how in tbe woria did
,you manage tnatV" inquired me
"I'll tell you," and with that the
smith gives him his experience.
"You see, when she and I were
still engaged, I tried to And out
which of her dresses or clothes she
thought the most of.and I discovered
it was a small, pretty red shawl, and
when I got the chance, at th
when everything was rather greasy,
I took her shawl and wipd a dish
with it. Tfou may imagine how she
went forme. But I caught her
around the waist, and kissed . her
and said: "Sophie, never mind,
my dear, you know you have me,
and a shawl like that-you .can buy
at anytime, but a fellow that thinks
as much of you as I do, you'll never
And again." And so she got over
that, and nextl found that she "was
rather fond of a .ittle porcelean vase
that somebody had made her a pre-
'aentof, and when she was one day
talking to some one, I took and let
'it drop. Now, of course, she was
put out again, and commenced to
cry, but I kissed her, "Never mind
Sophie, see it is much better for that
old vase to fall and break in two,
than forme to fall and break an arm
or a limb, who is to provide for both
of us in the future?" Then at last
I saw she had a very nice shell
comb, as they are the fashion now,
and I happened to step on it acci
dentally, of course, but then she
smiled and only said: "I wonder
if you wouldn't buy me a new one,
when next you go to town." And
of course I did, and now she is quite
, happy and contented, and we are as
happy as two kittens. But I must
go now and make my rubber."
The Smith went and played his
rubber at the inn, but it was only a
little while, when some one came
running in and said :
''Come, smith, the miller stands
outside and looks "horrible !'J The
smith goes outside and meets his
brother-in-law with a black eye, and
his lace all scratched and black, ud
when he asks wha.t this means, the
miller answer, full of rage, "Yes,
.you had better ask ; it is all owing
to your confounded story-telling !"
"How ?" says the smith.
"Well," says the miller, "I hftd
recollected your story well enough,
and thought to myself, what has
helped the one sister may possibly
eure the other ; at least, there would
be no harm in trying. So I went
home, and found my wife stand
ing before, the glass fixing her hair
to go out calling. On the table lies
her. nicest bonnet, and I takes the
bonnet and dips it into th.p wash
bowl, with its dirty soap-water; but
she sees me in the glass and Jumps
at me, and when I said, 'Never
.mind, never mind ; why, you have
me, and you'll be able.to get anoth
er,' she simply cries out, 'Yes, I do
have you !' 'and look," added thr)
poor fellow, and showg the other
side of his face," "this Is the way
she treated me, and all owing to
yiur eoufounded story."
"You fool," said the smith, "did
I not tell you I done what I did be
fore the wedding ? What is whole
some before tho wedding is not af
"And that Is the story, my lad,"
aid uncle Matthias, "and if you are
smart, you'll know what to do."
I stood for a while and looked out
of the window, and thought over
the story, and at last' turned round
and said: "A foolish talepunole, a
very foolish one." I remember you
to have told muoh better ones."
"Yes,1- laughed the old fellow,
"but then I gave you the moral of
my stories, always, and here you
must look for it."
"But you .cannot expeot m to
d'p her bonnet into a wash-bowl,
ot to wipe a grease-dish with her
MWhy, you can try it," laughs
the rid rascal.
"Not, uncle," says I.
The old fellow laughs, and grins,
and says at last, "Lad, how old are
you in reality,"
Now I did not oare very muoh to
hear my age discussed just about
that time, and ask : "What do you
"Oh, nothing," says he, " I only
"Then let me tell you," I re
torted, rather sharply; "That next
seventh of November I shall be one
"So, you are past "the forty ?" he
Yes," says I, "does that suit
"Oh, for all I care," says he;
"Only I cannot help to think of an
old saying, which is: 'He, who is
hot handsome while twentv.- nor
verystroug when thirty, nor smart j
wnen iony, nor very rich when
fifty, had better give it up, ho will
never get one;' and you, my son,
d.Q-Bot seem oyer smart at forty.
"Unole Mathlas," says I, audi
aw myself up an inch, "whoever
buys me for, is going to be
"And still you cannot find ths
moral of my tale. Lad, of eourae,
I do not want you to play the farce
with shawl or bonnet; that would
never do for you, and I know.lt well
enough. You muitgo at the Batter,
a little nicer. For instance you
think you will be able to engage in
three real good blunderous affairs ?"
"I gaesa I could." says I.
"Thea do so," says my unole,
"And you. think that will help
m fo'rwiiain boas Inthehoaa?"-
rv.L. . ,r, 'l.T 41.I..W n
And. when she commences to scold
you, then take her by the head,
and give her real hearty kisses, and
say: Never mind, never mind.
Don't think of these foolish affairs,
but look at my heart only, which
beats for you now, and in all eter
nity. And then, lad," says he,
"then you can put in that kneeling,
for you may say what you please,
the matter Is not complete without
I thought over the matter, and
said, at least to myself: May be he
is right; there is nothing like trying,
and pitched in.
Now of course I could again tell
about the foolish affairs, that I en
gaged in, but I know better. The
matter might leak out, or my dear
little wife might accidentally get
hold of this book, and she might
get to suspect that all these matters
were put up jobs, and that she, in
her good-heartedness, had been
fooled. And then she would have
had reason to say : "Wait. I will
turn the tables You have fooled
me once, now I will look to mat-'
But sometimes when I look at
my wife, and see how prettily she
arranges everything, and how neat
ly she looks, add how she
strives to make my home a bright
one, and is always pleasant and
agreeable, I cannot help to think :
"You ought to be ashamed of your
self to have gone to work in such
an abominable manner ;" ana xne
the other day I said to my uncle,
"Do vou know what? I'll tell her
all about these tricks before the wed
ding." "The deuce you will," says uncle,
"Every man, and the least one not
excepted, must now and then make
a big blunder, and a good joke ; but
he must not tell of them himself,
for they lose their point ; and you
live so happy, why not be con
"I know," said I; "but I some
times must think as if we could
live happier still if she was in com
mand." "My son," said old "Uncle Mathias
and laid his hand on my shoulder.
"all tbe happiness in' this world is
not poured on one head; be con
tented with what you have got, and
as regards married life, do you know
old Joham Smith ? The same who,
together with his wife, lived till
they were both eighty years old and
was buried with her on the same
afternoon. He said once to me
for I understand nothing about the
matter myself "Sargeant," said
he, "married life is like an apple
tree, wherein somebody is sitting
and picking and picking; but the
best and finest are on top, to which
nobody can reach. If he is lmpiu
dent and attempts to force the
matter, and gets a long pole
and beats them off, he knocks
them in two and hurts thejbranches,
which promise so well for the
future, but if he is a thoughtful
man, he waits till they are quite
rloe and then they fall into his lap
by themselves and taste much bet-,
ter too. And therefore lad," he
added, and his wrinkled old face
looked as good natured and honest
as ever before, "do not knock your
red apples off the trees,' but wait till
late fall your's will soon be near
and when you bring the last one to
your wife, then tell her about these
tricks before your wedding, and
you'll see, then she will laugh about
Before and After.
(Detroit Free Press.
Wednesday afternoon a linen
suited Individual who came from
some town in Genesee County was
noticed wandering around Franklin
street, having considerable money
and being under, the influence of
liquor. A policeman spoke to him
and warned him that he had bet
ter lookout for himself, when the
young man-ruplled: "Look out for
MrmTf! You bet lVwill! Why,
muter,' I'm chain lightning rolled
up In a ball and stuck full of red
hot bowie knives ! I'm a thunder
bolt from the north, I am a regu
lar rip-up thunderbolt, and folks
want to let me alone, they do ! "
Yesterday morning the same po
liceman found the same individual
lying asleep back of a coal-shed.
His eyes were battered,, there waa
hole in his head, and his watch and
money were gone. "Here," said
the officer, poking him with his
club, "say, aren't you that thunder
bolt from tho north woods? " The
ma.n sat up, looked around in a
dogged way, and slowly replied:
" No, I ain't 'zactly a thunderbolt,
but I'm the durned fool who thought
be was ! "
tbe coming struggle.
The voters of our nation,
. s neVr was known before.
Are rising from Paclte's strand
To Atlantic's rocay shore.-? "
Why Is this mighty change 7 i
What csn the meaning be I
The rising of tbe maaacs
From northern lake to southern sea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' eraves
Forbids a nation drenched In patriots'
oaouia sins 10 inai oi slaves ;
Tbe motto which our coins once bore,
i nougn ousoieie long since,
Remain a ver trim? nnl uanMnt fnrtrUiiit?.!.!
But mllHoasfor defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The Uhli of man to be a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea,
And nations yet unborn ahall gladly gre-H
The emblem of tbe free.
In trade we'll try to deal,
As man should deal with man.
And while we seek to lire ourselves,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can.
And If a bat you need,
Or f nesd you c'nnce to meet, g
Remember Bunco, the Hatter,
us upper iraugisa street.
h. aaaac c. J. XAaaa-Jbi
GkERE k KARBACH, X
15th st. between Fax-ham and srney s'a.
Spring and Farm WagjMS,
UCrQIBS AH OARRl.lGBa3rJt
Dealers la and manufacturers ot &
PARTICULAR iTENTION PAI TO
aWRe pairing f wagons and Mac rim I thing
prompilv done at reasonable prices mTdawo
M0H PAlatDTO LAID IT VEBKASXIU
HOUSES ADD LOTS in the dty ot Omaha,
for sale eheao and on cood terms.
Real esUto brokers,omca over Mackey 'a store,
on Dodge sU opposite new poetomca apSOesi
FraattaiC aa 4th, Gth aai Vakltlta.
St. Louis, - Mo.
LaT)ill, WaRleT ic Co.,
TaeSontacn-aTotta Arst-clsss In all Its
aBpetntmeau.' IU tabUaaaeat alltlmee sup
plied in the greatest abuadance, with all the
delicacies the markets aSbrd, Its clerks aad
employee are aU aoUee and attentive to tho
wants ot the guests of the hotel. There is aa
bBproveleleva'orkadlagiresn the art oor
to. the upper en. .RsUrcad and steamboat
IcketoB-es.aewa stand: aad wsetarr I
telegraph oka la the kesaada ol hotel.
Cor. lOLa and 'Webster Sts.,
Eeips a cosnpWte assortment ol
Office Omaha Daily Bee, )
July 18, 1874. i
Business at the banks is fair, de
posits good; discounts are light and
only good paper accommodated,and
that on short time. As soon as the
crops commence to move there will
be a greater demand for surplus
funds and more calls for accommo
dations. THE FHIST NATIONAL BANK
Land Greats (selling) $815.00
Land Warrants, (160 acres
Land Warrants (160 acres
selling) . .185.00
Agricultural College Scrip,
(ICO acres buying).- 176.00
Exchange on New York, 1-5 of one
Trade in this line to-day Is active;
country trade good; local demand
Dry Goods. Orders from the
country are coming slowly, but
steadily. Local trade quiet
Produce is in large supply to-day
and in good demand. Prices are in
favor of buyers.
Hides and Leather. Trade good ;
country orders fair; not much
doing In local trade.
Hardware There is an Increased
activity in this line, both for
j ' j iMTr't
Carefully Corrected Dailrj
J. J. BROWN A bro., Cor. 14th and
D.I.I.. A A K
Cabot i ....
N. Y. Mills..
FeppereU 8-4 ...jr..
Farmers and Med
TJ lf..4 T
JIAa,. IVal.lT. jt ie.tt.ji
Germ-vnia, B B....p-.
Amoaketg ..ty":; .. -
Bcsver Creek, B B.:.r..,,..
Haymakers...,. , ,y.'.. ....
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. jTAHKl; X0TI0SS
otbtzCMwhr a co., 231 famham
spool con wo.:
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. WQ1 00
: eutom made..
rW-j 4 78a7 80
Browa drill SC 50a7 25
tfjr" dock-. -. 7 75s9 00
Rtar drUl ... 7 00a7 60
f-9 dack SOOaSSO
AWma . 00a 50
",t i CORSETS.
FwJprhaleboae 5 25a8 Cf
OurVvM - ... . 15 00
CoLaesC M 60
jSfj. KOSENFELD gives us tne
foUowtea; quotations his day:
Bu tractive, 15a20in tubs; Eggs
fair, it 10c per dozen; Live
ChicWu,dull,at2 00&2 SOperdoz.;
Gooseberries, 2 50 per bu. ; Cher
rlesvE.OOperbu; Lemens,12 00 per
i"bt. ana Baspberries,20c per quart;
Hacsberries,25c; apples. 1 00 to 1 25
joint t. xdoax.
Noawaf aaU rod
Amerreaa casn. octagon aad square-, um Zt
Jessup'a EaglUh do do - K& 40
Burdaa's horse shoes, per keg . 7 SB
mt ' mule do do S 35
XoKhweetern horse nails-. . Ha 31
D dee thimble skeins, discount 45 pur cent.
'Ster half patent axles, discount 10 per cent.
'.JW WMfPT m
Sd do do
Gd do do
lOd casing do
Id do do
Cd do do
Carriage and tire ..discount
t Narrow wrought, last loist.-discount
vaasiaeeenin reveraiue oo
Hay aad manure forks- diacooat
Hoes aad gaidea rstrs da
Strt bM. T .dbcouat
Tail's black discount
ttatloa ..-. do
meneaa iron .
l. arxDKs ad auoraus.
Bawlaad'aNoS black. shovels. D M
do do Boliehed do d
da do black saadu d
do.pausaed 4a do
' "spriag paint" LH aaoTtls-
'aWestacm Crewm .
4 Ao -bevefed-00FFCB
a area box "net
.eaMt de i.-i
ra)S Cataa lrch-
S A KJio
Allans ...-..-.., J.'.'T', .,-
ttritt.h r. ;
tmf rAtran WU-A.K3.
faaaaa - -.
ar"e No i
Best Buffalo Sole,.
ie.2.xic; No. 1.35c
Best Oak do
Sole-.S- r .
s 1 raz 00
Oslf, leading braada.
J2 102 50
.11 WI 3U
.$1 351 75
Hemlock Upper, per :
Oak. do. ..
Grain do if
. Ill 00&14 OS
Morocco IBoot 140
do (Oil on
S3 003 25
S3 503 00
Welt Leather, par mA$,J
Boot Webhlnarper bolt-- . .
Oak HsrnsWTealher, " Pittsburg,
do f oo
unlock Harness Leather, J'o. 1
do Vela do No.
unlock TJUva ..do
Fair Bridle. Bar aide..
.16 00(37 00
Team Collarsvaardoa. ...,-...
Stage " do da. . i
Scotch do doT' ..
Concord do d .- -
Collar IeathaiTraaaek) per foot,.
do doV- (Basset) do
Patent Das Leather.-.
.123 50323 50
PiwH' On.. Roan snonufacturen.
Sap Piflattiv.6l-26 SA; Savon.
bapo i'uMMsv w&o
UUT, O MJ
led. 6 l3a 12.
ABTsMODS and upaoLffnaua'fl
jg? ' STOCK.
Btiajssair B. Jones, Decorative tJp
kolaUrer aad dealar in fine art goods,
rjfO f unban Street, furnisher, the
CM? walnut monldincs, one inch.
peritr5c; 2iach 10c; 3 inch 15c;
poliahedwalaut, 1 inch 7c; 2 inch
15rXaich21c. Berlin sUt, 1 inch
1.0015c; 2 inch 1230c; 3 inck 180
46c; iaaiUtion rosewood ana gut, i
iuch.610c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 lncn
Plain bands, 6 feet, all colors, per
pair, 1 50; ornamental bands, 2. 00
4 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union jnd all wool terry, per yard
1 503 jO; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
Union per yard, 1 50; all wool,
2 OOaS 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 005 00; straw,
3 00a4 00; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
' Sublect to change of market witnout W
WM. M. FOSTER,
On U. P. R. R. tract bot. r jrnbam at "
GEO A. HOAGLANI.
joists, mtdlPf and sills, 20 It, snd
der ... i .. ... . ....
Over 90f t, eech adliuonal ft add'l
Fencing No 1 ... .
do Mo 2
1st common boards.. -.
2nd do do ....-. - ...
MA" stock boards, 10 and 12 inch
"B" do do do uo .
"C" do do do do ....-
1st clear, 1, lJi. I A
2d do do do do -
3d do do do da ....
Flooring, clear..-. .....
do 1st common .... ..
do 2d do ...
do 3d do ...-......
do nsrrow, clear ...
1st clear ceiling H inch. . -2d
do do 4 inch.. ......
1st do do y Inch...
3d do do inch-.. -
1st clear aiding... ...-..... ..-
. 55 00
i 40 00
.... 45 00
.. 30 00
., 28 00
. 24 00
za uo uo
1st common siding....
2d do do .......
"A" shingle .
Extra Mo 1 shin&l-.
Common No 1 shaigles
lath per 1000
D A U pickets eer 100......
H..n da da do
bfl Batten pee lineal f'-
ao uo uo
Liberal discount on carload lots.
SS per ceatoa Chicago list.
25 .pel cent ot CI tcago l'st.
,30 per cent osr list.
Whftelime per bbl .
LoniavUle cement per bbl
Plaster perls per bbl -".
Plastering hair per bushel
Tarred felt ..-... -.
.fl 7532 00
-. SO03 25
.- 3 503 75
Plattei log boaru-...
OILS. PAINTS. tiLASS, Ac.
ROBEKT C BTEELL.
Coal on s i
Linseed OU, raw. 105
- " hl'd 1 10
Headlight OU 23
lATdUU, No IS 95100
m tt 2. 70
" winter 1 M
Lubricating I a
XT. Va. ""
White Land, St. Louis, Srtlctlr Pure I 11
I eUICT PfelllTT
Putty in Bladders-
Z 1 08
EnassaU Glass, colors, sq. f t.
Window Glsa. 60 V c discount
T12f.8HEET-LB0N. TTIRE. AC
MIX.TOK:ROGERS, COR. 14th &
1.0x14 ft", lasrejaaVity
10x1 Ic, bests. sail ty
12x12 IX d"a
1U20 IC da
14x20 IXX do
110 plate DC
lM pUU DXX
100 plata 9XXX
Roofing IC charcoal
Roofing IX da
10x14 IUcoka da
aaxZtlC charcoal roeAo
aoxzs ic charcoal rooa
4x14 IX charcoal. .
10x30 coke (liar cuttersV
Sheet tlm 25 ta 3S la
do do do lrhalf
At. A. At. 4b 9flA VA -
Sheet 14 to g If ha per sheet 12
TlanarasoUet (extra refined.- 30
do do Ho. 1
do ' do raofing . n
First quality, Ni
ao ao aa
do do do
do do do
CharoaaL both sides ssaethe
ao xo zt.,
do do IS,
do do 27.
Juniata. No. 24
do io 26
do No. 1, stained.
Mrlmr tmmltal'a Itemle svl Noa.
Leas than fuU bundles addaaent.
No. 14 to Ju
do 21 to 34.
do 3S to 36-
Full bundles discount ISperc
do 10 to
Eheathlax. 14 and IC ot.
Plaahtaed, 14 aad 1 ox
Noa. 7, S aad , Phtaished-
suet ospper .-Osaparbottoms-
Nee. 0 to C UJ W.li 1 . IsVM.
14 U 18 1
I 13 SO
to I..-....... - M 00
do 17 00
do L- ,, 50
do 20 50
Orrrtf-my) S3 50
, ldorf "00
do Ao H
do do a w
aV do 15 00
do .- l on
do .. 12 0
gw r "
isg. w. r;
,..,. ,,r" j
miiiiii" .....I v sav
STEELE JOHNSON 638-540 14TH ST.
CLARK k FKENCH COB. FABNHAM AND
PUNDT, MEYER 4 EAAPKE, 212 FARN
HVM ST., WHOLESALE DEALERS
MOROAN A OALLAQHER, 205 FaiTl-
whixney; batjserman a Co., .247
. .. Douglas St.
J. J. bbowx & bro.. Cor. 14th and
Granulated pr lb
Powdered do .
Crushed do .,
Ratcut loaf do
Circle A do -.
Extra C do
Yllaw C do
N O choice do
Rio choice pr.Tb.
do piime do .
do good do
O t Java i.
Common pr gallon..
do N O molasses-
M Weak A Co.
M. Weak A Co
Black goods, Western,
rfa da Virginia-
do do LorrUard's.
Bright do do do ...
dj do Virginia
California peaches per pound.
'" do ' apples do
,Ftate do do
da (lernisn cherries
do bl.ckberriei ..
An ..f.lni nr tlAT
do seedless raisins, per pound
New In barrels.
,J2 70s2 83
.. 4 505 75
2 pound can Myer's oy s'ers, per case.
1 do do do do do ..
2 dc do William's do do .
2 do do peaches pet case...
S do do do do -2
do do tomatoes do .....
S do do do do -. .
Corn, Trophy per ease .-
. 2 60a2 75
. 4 00a4 25
. g 507 00
. 3 503 75
4 605 00
ao ninsiow uw
do Yarmouth do
Pineapples, ' do.
Oolon s, per i-ound-
. 60al 25
, 4 765 t0
Youne Uvson. per pound -
Ounpowder, do do
Snow Flake, (Wells A NUman).
JLXXX Iowa City
Oaaiiias. heavy weight. .
.0 light do
lips, four bmhel .
adee gunnies .
jin bags, Amoskeg A
, . - Is
mO IN imwiw m -
Nutmegs, Penang beet,per pound 1 35al 41
UjTe, do do CO
Alspice do do ISa.O
Cinamon bark do do .. soate
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
y. bbls., 100 lbs-..
1 lb cans, per doi-
. 2 5b4 Z
2 do uo
No. 1 kits
FamUy In kits
. 1 153 1 25
. 1 10(9 1 20
.. 6 50(4 7 00
. 5 50 e 10
Family, In kits
No. 1, do
Family, H M!s
No. 1, de .
Sardines, JJ boxes,.
1 10,3 1 20
1 fOa 2 00
3 00(c 3 5
.. 7 00(3 8 00
- 9 00(910 CO
-16 5017 00
A. E. simpson, Manufacturer, 532
H. Unman . -9 M.
3 J5 00
Reconstruction ... .
De VUler .
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 648 14th Street.
Half barrel iicvi . .....-. 2 9C
Chicago, Bock Island
and Pacific B. B.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE rBOM
OMAlU TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST,
Via Dee Moines, 1avenport and Rock Island,
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
Wxstixouousk Patxst Aia Bbakrs and
Miller's Paunt Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Ft Express TralB8laTe Dailj,
onnectlng as follows:
AT DES MOINES with the Dee Moines Valley
Bailroad, for Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Keokuk
Sjyii a3aa MATH 19
AT URINMELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa, for aU polnu north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington,
Cedat Baplda A Minnesota Railroad, for
Burlington, Cedar Bapids, Dubuque A St.
PauL At 'WILTON UUMCflON with the
South-Western branch, for Muscatine,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul RsIItt1 for points north. .
AT ROCX ISLAND with the Western Union
Bailroad for Freeport, Bej ilt.Kacine Mil
waukee aad all points In aorthern Illinois
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Rocklord, Rock
IslaadsadSt. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and polsti sodth.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria A Rock
laUnd Railioad for Peoria and polnU east.
AT BUREAU JUNC., with braecb, for Hen
ry, Laeere, ChUUeothe and PaorU,
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nors.h and south.
AT CHICAGO wlthll Unas East, North and
THROUGH TICKET'S to all Eastern cities,
via this line, can be procured, aad any-Information
obtained, concerning points, at the
ticket oce of the company, 128 Farabant St.,
Omaha, and also st the principal ticket osaceo
atosctUUaooI the U. P. B. R.
CAackael Tkramsik aUl
Ktimadsaail Kaatarm Faisrts.
a. a. aTETEna.
Sioux City & Pacific R. R.
Tfta tamtam IMrccC
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
And all Points In
SOMaUtX IOWA 3OHNES0TA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEKPTKO CARS .
On aU night train 7i this route.
1. At U. P. Traaafar with Unloa Pacific
Sallroad for Oawha.
icSuncllBlUBT. with Kansas City. St.
Joe Hi CoSadl aaswaRrcad far St. Louis
mmA ail points south. .
S. At SutjoutI Valley Hh the Chicago and
yarUwestara railway fat Chlcaco aad all
PA?At"s5oax aty with Sioux City aad 9
FaaL HUaoIa Central and Dakota Southern
raOroads. Steamers far Upper Missouri Elver,
daring .ntvlamtloa, aad with stages for all
potata la the North west.
S. AUBlalr with Omaha aad Northwestern
vallraad for Omaha aad Soathata Nebraska-
C At Fremont. Nebraska, with the Untoa
Paoae rslkcad for allpobstr. west sad tbe
'Fadae coast. il - - "
- J. At Wlaaar with alaaaa fas Norfolk aad at?
. points la Northern Nebraska. .
Ikfcetr-fer sals la Chicago aad North
western Railway osscea. ',...
sHTBe sure toux- Uefceta read Tla S. C A P,
BUy L. BURNETT, Snp't,
F. C KILLS, Gen. Tldmtt-
ua. n. wi-'
The Popular Route from
Chicago and the East !
Crosae, Prairie Dtt f. blest. Wuiaaa,
SCPatU.DBlaUb, Jsnnvlllc, Kao
alta, Green toai, Kaclne, btevea'a
Polsst, Wrtvru, Valihraab, Ion
Dmlrfue. atadlsou auad MUwukee.
It Being the Shortest and FLut Comoleted Lin j
OMAHA and CHICAGO,
Constant tmprovm nts have taken place in
tbe way of reducing Uiatle, and placing Iron
with Steel Kails, adding to its roiling stock
new ana uegant
DAY staid 8LSCKPING CARS
Equipped with the "Wtlughouje Air Brake"
mA Hilllla. Vl.(tinn " .t aKI l.h In. m ti.ptaa
Lie and commodious Eating Houses, offering all I
tbe comi iru ol traveuug uie age can produce.
From to 10 Fast .Express Trains ruu each
way dallv over the vsirious lines of this load,
thua securing to the traveler selecting this
rou'e sure and certain connections in any di
rection he may wish to go.
AT MISSOUBI VALLCY JUNCTION, for
Sioux City, Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroi.d.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge,
Des Moines, Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSHAiXforSt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPID: for Waterloo, Cedar
Falls, Charles City, Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqno,Dunleith, Prai
rie du Chlen, La Crosse, and all points on the
Chicago, Cllntoa and Dubuque, and Chicago,
Dubuque aad Minnesota railroads.
AT FUUON iar Freeport, Racine htllwsu
kee and sR aetata In Wisconsin.
W.sUraataTBT. MARVOI mtmtUXT.
fiearl KaaaBaTr ACT. ejea. emfr.
t,Uasaash wax-i.ays om
Omaha & St Louis Short
The Kansas City, St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. B
Is the only dire line to
AHD THE EAST. FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHANGE uut between OmsnaandSt.
Loula ana b it 01 1 betweeD OMAHA
anu AaW YORh.
Thisth Only -Joe running a
PULLJIAJI sAepino oak east
PKUH OMAHA, ON AKBIVAL
OV TUB UNION PACIFIC
aWPassengers taking othei routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the River Station.
PASPENUBU TIC AIMS DAILY I
EASTEBN AHD WE3TEB5 0ITIE3
With Less Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Caw,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinijhouse
a9f"See that your tickets read via
KauaaaClty, ft . Joseph Council
Via Omaita and St. Louit.
Tickets for sslo at cor. Tenth and Farnham
iireets, and U. P. Depot, Omaha.
GEO. L. 3RADBURY,
. F. 8ABNARD,
A. C DAWKS,
Oen'l is. Agt.,
A. S T.
O TEAINS DAILY !
LKtVB ST. IOTJIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOUOfi WITHOUT 0HAHQE
Arrlvkl of Traiu from the Watt
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland. Buffalo & Boston
Are for Bale at tbe
Vasirtb A. Cbeatnait sts..
t. Lexila, atsel mi tbe Principal fXal.
way OsBcea Us tbe Weet.
CHAS. BABCOCK, a E RUSSELL,
S'thern Pass. AVt, West'n Pass. Agt.
Datxaa. Txxas. KassasOtt,
JOHN E. SIMPSON. CHAS. E. FOLLEIT,
Uen Supt., Oen'l Pass. Agt.
a ZHl Ijtdiahaio-is St. Louis.
Confectlo.ers, Tool Works,
T2103. Mills ft Srou,
Jfacblce afenslda. Ice Cicaaa
Noa. 1301 Sl 1303 North Eighth St.
Proprietors: "1 EsTASLlsaxD 186L'
Thomas Mills. I
QEO.U. Mllli; f 1ATALOaUES BEST
ATLXaP.Paxaxa.j j upocaspUcaLoa.
IStfc SL, ket. favmkew aad Haiaey.
AU Uaaa el TAILORTNO, CLEANTNS aa4
REPAID 1NQ aaaa at reaseaahia ratal
Mm m asjasmaal, aad aay UJarmal aa asv
The only known remedy for
And ajosltlve cure for
Gout, Gravel, Strictures,
Diabetes, Dyspepsia Ner
vous Debility, Dropsy,
No pretention or Incottlnence of Urine, IrI-
Vtion. InSauiation or Ulceration of tbe
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS, i
Louroerhoe or Whites. Diseases ol the Prostrate
tlLwil. S one in the UlaJJer. Colcul ur.
GRAVEL OR nitlCK ;DlST DK
And Mucus or Milky Dlachargcs.
Extract Buchtt !
Permanently Cure allj Dbeases ol.tho
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical
Existing in Men, Women and Children,
Ko Matter What the Age!
ProL itctle vs: "One bottle ol Kearney's
Fluid Extract Uuchu is worth more ttun all
other Buchus combined."
Price one dollar per botllejor Jslx bottles for
Depot 104 DuanerSt., N. Y.
A physicisn In attendance to answer corres
pondence aid give advice gratis.
ssaTSend stamp for pamphlets, frce.M
Crane A Erighamj Wholesale Agents, Sin
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
SO CHARGE P0B ADVIOiJ AND C3N
SnLTATIOS. TR J. B. DYOTT, graduate of
Jenerson Heilical College, Philadel
phia, author of several valuable
vorks, jan be consulted on all dis
eases of the Sexuul and Oriuary or
gans, (whieh he has made an es
pecial study.) cither in male or fe
male, no matter from what cause
originating, or how lorg standing
A practice of 30 years tnabies him
to treut diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can ibrward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
jjgrSend for the Guttle to Health.
J. B. DY0111,X.D.
Physicion and Surgeon, 104 JDuane
street, N. V.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE.
HAPPY RF.LE1F FOIt YOUNG MEN from
theetfects of Irrors and Abusrs In early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments lo Marriage
Kemoved. New metl od ol treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free. In sealed enveloi. Addrc.s, II OW
AED ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South Ninth St.,
Philadelphia, Pa., an Institution hiring a high
eputatlon for honorable conduct and profe
rlonsl kills. JeudAwSm
NI CATTI.E BROKEK,
SALT LAKE CITY,
Proprietor of tM
Depot for the sale of Lis
Iff. SSI1I1ER . Co.,
Corner.of Battery and WashlnjtonSts.
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.E.B., hould take th
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And cure lor thcmlr3 the choice of Six
Popular U'.Jtea from
AtckUou to Chicago aad St. Louis,
All making Reliable C Jnectiona and being
clppd with Palace Day and fjlaeplag Cyn.
All delay and lnconTenience arrirlnz from
Ferries acd transfers can be arolded Vt est of
Chicago and St. loals by secarins Ticteti ria
ATCUISOS and the ATCniSUX A
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. x. o. r. u. ti. ior iao
Qrett Arkiusas TaUej & Colorado,
And with all lines running Soeth to points !n
Southern Xansa and tbe Indian Territory.
Ask for Tickets Tia
LINCOIi & ATCHISON
W- F. WHITE
Cent Pass. Ag't.
UNTIL YOU HAVJC
AS WE HAVE TWELVE liOOD REASONS
why ther will do yourworic.
Quick and Easv,
Chea and Clean.
aaaaal They are best to use,
gf I'her bate evenly and quickly, ;
W Their ojt ration is perfect,
""""""f They have always a good draft.
aB They are maue of lac bestniaterlal
s5V They rcast perfecUv-,
Tbey require but Utile fuel,
Tbey aro Tery low priced,
isj They ara easily managed,
Isaaa They re suited to all localities
flB Every stoveguaranteedtogiTesaUfoctien
Excelsior Man'fg Co.,
ST. LOUIS, M0.,
Or Sxar-Coa:cd, Concentrated,
Root and Herbal Jalcc, AutU
niUoas Granule. XfiE"LITTI.n
GIAST" CATILUITIC or .TIultaHl
I.' Parvo riiyslc.
Tho novelty of modem Mcdttfti. Chenlcal and
rharmaccutical Scii'iicc Nu use of any lonii
Uk:ii' tba Un;c. rcpitUlvo and oaiweous piili,
ronipoied Of eticap. crude, and balky ingredient.
nhen we can by a careful application of chemical
science extract all tho cathartic and other medi
cinal properties from the most valuable roots and
lierDi, aad ro'.irrutntd ihcm into a minute Gran,
me. carct'iy larger than a ruutard
ace J, that til uo readily swallowed by tboso ot
lh!m(Mteen!tiv5 rtomocht and a?tidlous taster.
EachlitUeFurKatlvo relict reprwenU, In a
n.Htconccntrateil form. a mucK cathartic power;
as Is embodied In any of tha Lin,j pills fbund for
sale in tho drrz hop. Froni their wonderful ca
thartic po. ye.-, in proportion 'o their size, people
who luro not tried them art. apt to foppora thai
ta?ynrehara ordratte In effect, bat such Is no
at all the cajt. .Uo different activo medicinal prin
c'lplen of which they sre composed befts so ha
ciaalzcd and modilcd. 0110 by tho others, as to
prodace n mint aenrrhliia and Ibon
ouh.yct gently and UiuUlyoporatlna;
J 3 00 Ilcwanl U hereby offered by tha pro
prietor of theso l'cllct', to any chcmit who,
upon analysis vlll find In them on Calomel or
otner forms of mercury any other zaiert
Uelujr entirely vcRctablo.no jurtrcn I?
care Is .-equired while umnj; them. They ope
rate without disturbance to tho cocMltntlon. diet,
oroccupation. r'orJnundler, Ilciidnclic,
Constipation, I nip tiro ItlooU, lalu
lit tho .Shoulder?, risUtiicsw of tho
Chest, Dizzluca, Sotir Eructation
ot tho Momncli, Had taalo In
.jiouth. Ulllout nttacUx, Pain In
rccton ol KldiicyiIiitcrnnl lover,
fflontcd fcollitz nbout Stonijcli,
IttiNh, of mood to Head, Ulna C0I-1
orod Urine, Uiioclallllty nd,
(Jloomy rorcbodlims , ialjo lr.
la explanation of tho remedial power of my Tar-
fitlvo l'cltcts over ro prcat a va iety of rllacisee
wish toray that tliclr action upon tho
ni'Imul economy Ib unlvorsul, nata
Claud or tI.suoccapltlst tliclr eana
tlvc iniprcp. A;o docs not Impair then;
their eaircouUntfaml being enclosed In jlass
bottles prcfcrvc thcirlrtucs unimpaired for aor
1 th, oftime. In any climate, eo that they ara si.
ways fresh and reliable, which Is not tfco cs
nth the pilis found In the drn-c stores, put up ia
chan vrtwl or paste-lcard boiw. Rccollctt thai
fira'i dwenjcs where a Coxatlwc, Altera
tiro or Purcatlvo U Indicated. the llttlo
r-ilct irili c'uo tho most perfect saUsfacUon to
They aro Hold by nil cnKrprlalne
Drutrgiatd nt 25 ccutu a bottle.
Do not allow any cirnEIt to lnduco yon lo
tnte nnvthin cl.J that to may lay la Just as
pood as my f cllcto becauJO ho makes a target
S ronton that whi'h no recemmenos. Jt your
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Pinai Meyer A Itaapke and Whitney
Bauserman A Co.
East India Goods.
213 and 813 FROST STBEET
San Franci California,
Samuel C. Smith,
TJ. P. R. R. LANDS,
Columbus, . Hob.
Government Lands Located !
V. P. Lands Sold!
Improved Farms AadToTraroUfor
All CommuaicatIon3 Cheer
! E. F. COOK,
! 637 lth St, bstwsea Doaglu and Doda
Manufacturer of Tin Copper snd .Sheet Iron
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