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```    The Kost IToaderfnl Medical l/i-
coTerj of the Age Evrrj Man
Ills own I'hys'clan.
Frazler's Great Ecmedy
The i > corle of the United States hire been
humbugged vritli all IJnda of Patent Medicines ,
quacks und imponers , for the past tew years ,
In a most shameful manner. The writer of the
following i one of the victims , and wishes to
present a very pUlu case.
Believing that by cleinhlng tbe Wood was
tbecely true way of banishing disease , and
l ing a great sutterer from weak lungs aud a
ocrofuloui affection , and after trying many
kinds of Patent Medicines and the most
eminent PayeicianR , I commenced doctoring
uiytelf , and at lat d scovertd a Blood Searcher ,
or Root Bitters , which not only gave ma im
mediate releif , but alter a fair weeLs eOccted
B radical cur * The couch left me , my lungs
became strong nd sound , mv a petite good ,
and tbe sc-ofulous dl ea e had disappeared !
Feeling confident that mj Discovery poi'essed
wonderful healing v rtues , I gave it to others
Illicuxl , and found it effected the most miracu-
lou cures in thousands of cases , not alone
curing Coughs , Consumption , Asthma. Catarrh ,
Scrofula and Weak Lung * , but all diseases
caused fromhumors in the bood. The demand
from my friends and otht-ri b ann ; abonl these
Bitters becoming very great , I commenced put-
tmz them up foi > * li , f lllng < heni FRAZItR'S
HOOT BITTEUS. I was at first backward in
presenting either mytelf or medicine to tbe
- bring a Patent Medicine Man , but
am getting bravely oter that , I have sold
thousands of battles of my Root Bitters , and
it-is my desire and determination to place the
Birne within the reach of every suBerlng man ,
woman and child on the face of the civilized
globe.
The grand principle that operates in these
Root bitters is the power they possess in cleansIng -
Ing the turgid blood and banishing the vile
humors from the system. Root Bitte > s are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounded
from roots combined with herbs and pla its ,
many of whi.h were used in the co d oid days
of our forefather * , when people were cuivd by
> me simple root or herb , and when Calomel
s.nd other potnjis of the miner * ! kingdom
ere uulcnown.
They open all the natural passages of the
body , cant out disease , take away all sickness
end build up tha system with pure blood ,
hence they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion aud nourishment.
No penon can take Root Bitters and remain
long unwell. Victory upon victory they have
gained over dbu-a > e and death in all stations
aud conditions iu life. They are constantly ef
fect iujj euro of thn utmost importance. For
Consumption , AttLuia , bcr fula , Strofulous E-
ruptions. Catarrh , Weik Lungj , Lost Vitality
aud Broken-down Cous < itutious , these Root
Bitters itre uuive.saLy aJiimted to lie the most
wonuerful Medical l > l-cuviry known to the
' Lealiug proii-rties i > ene-
world. I'uelr ] > ectoral
trato every poaion of the huuiau fruuie , sooth
ing the Lung * , Elirngtbeuiug the Stomach ,
KiJnejs aud Mver , cleausiui ; ihe blood from
every kind of humor. No uthur medicine will
cure Chronic Rheumatism , Neuralgia ,
Jieart Uinease , Fits , Uizzl itES , Headache ,
Dyspepsia , Fever aud Ague , Coslheness , Piles ,
Urinary Diseases , Kidney Mii i e , and Liver
Complaint , so quickly at this Ruot Ititttrs. All
such diseases are caused from a bad stomach
and a pois-juous condition of the blood. For
honi loss
, tulliriag
weakly , nervous youngmcn
ol memory , loti of energy , etc. , vauwd from
abuses in early lifu.aud to delicate femalrt.thCN ;
itrcnjtlienlag Rout Bitter * are e < | xxially re
commended. Uue bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis , Scurvy , Totter , Fever
.Sorci , Sore Kjcs , 'tumors. Cancerous fcruia
lions , Dropsy , Kryslpelas , salt Rheum , Ulcers ,
Roili , Flesh.Vorms. . Blotches , I'uitulw * , fcru | > -
tlon , piuiplcson thefareand Corriip'luus from
the Blood than all other rornt-dics In fvutcncc.
W. FRAZIER
G. . ,
ojrro.i
Frazlers Root Bitters arc sold by all the lead-
storekeepers and Cliembti. Sold
in : Druggists ,
Wholesale by Strong A Cohb , 19J Superior
A Canlield 127 Water
street , and Benton Myers ,
er street , Cleveland , O. ; B. L. Fahnestock A
txj. , Pnttburg ; George I * . Goodwin A Co. ,
Boston ; John F. Hi > nry Currau & Co , United
States Medicine Ilonse , S and U College Place ,
New Vork ; Wjth Brothers , Philadelphia ; Ful
ler i Fuller , Chicago ; John D. Park , Cincinna
ti , aud other Unit-class Drug Houses.
show this notice to your drupjti't orstore-
keeir. Ask for FRA21EU3 P.Oor BITTERS ,
and acrept no substitute whatever. Price with
in the reach of all SI per bottle ; six bottles ,
\$3. lylSdiwly
IMPORTANT
T9
Commercial Travelers.
COMMERCIAL TRAVP.IERS who solicit
orders bv CAKD , CATAI-O'JUn , TRADE-
JJbT , SAMPLE , OK OTHER ol'ECIMEN ,
al o those \vbu visit their customers and solicit
StOCK , and who travel in any section , by
Rail or Boat , telling any class .f goods , are re
quested to urnd their HUolNLdS ud fhl-
YATE ADDRESS , as below , it-Hug class of
goods they sell , and bv whom employed ; also
those who are at present under no encage ment.
This matte , Is of OUEAT IMPORTANCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa'esmcn of this clas , or
men soliciting trade In this manner.It Is
theiefore SPECIALLY desired that this
notice uumisjt the eye ot ALL CommercUl
Travelers and Salesmen in this country and
that they will AT ONCE give it their atten
tion. Those who conipir with above request '
will bo CONFIDENTIALLY treated and duly
letter only ) ,
CO-OPERATION ,
care Gro. P. Rowell A Co. , 41 Park Row.
.lyBeodlm KKW YORK CITV.
JOUST
Practical Watchmaker ,
171 Panp * a , 8. 1 C w. llth St.
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FIVE ACES AND A KNIT-II.
How an Arkansas Gentleman De
fended His Honor.
The Unfortunate Consequence of
Imputing Dishonesty to a
Member of First-Class So
ciety who Plays Draw
Poker with Five
Aces.
I From the New York Fvenlng Post. |
The leading papers of the South
ments descriptive of the delights
which await the traveler in search
of health and pleasure at tlie Hot
Springs of Arkansas. After care
which their healing waters are ben
in glowing terms the beauties of na
ture , the magnificent fccenery , the
excellent hunting and fishing , aud
winds up by assuring the public
that the hotel offers "all the com
forts and elegances of a refined
home combined with first-class so
ciety. " If the recent report that
our worthy Vice-President , Mr.
Wilson , is about to visit the Arkansas - j
sas Springs and mingle with this
society has any foundation , Senator
Carpenter , of Wisconsin , who is the
acting President of the Senate of
the United States , may well expect
a permanent promotion.
Ephraim Taggart , in an evil mo
ment , as we will see later , fell in
with a paper containing an account
of this "pays de Cocagne. " He had
been for many years
A MARTYR TO ACUTK RHEUMATISM.
This malady , according to the le
gend , could not exist for a moment
when brought into contact with the
waters of these wonderful springs.
Mr. Taggart had lived a solitary life
on his plantation upon tiie banks of
the bhiggish Hoiuochitto , in the
State of Mississippi , entirely de
prived not only of "firot-claas so
ciety , " but society of every kind.
The appeal to him was direct and
irresistible. He packed his trunk
and started for Arkansas , in search
of health and "tlie comforts and ele
gance of a refined home. "
At the springs Ephraim Taggart
Charles Gordon , of Gai.ve.ston , :
Texas , a pleasant gentleman of
winning" manners , as Mr. Tag
gart found out only too late. As is
the habit in "first-class society" at
hot springs all the world over , tho. e
votaries of fashion killed many a
dull hour with cards. One fine
Thursday afternoon tlie Colonel
proposed a quiet game of "poker" to
the gentleman from Mississippi. On
this eventful occasion Mr. Taggart
was pursued with the most astonish
ing ill luck. Js o matter how strong
bis hand , Gordon's was always
stronger. Taggart , after losing all
Liis money , put up his watch against
two hundred dollars of his own
0101103 % which had been won by the
Colonel , and called his adversary on
i pair of aces. CJordon's luolc did
not desert him. '
HE EXHIBITED THREE ACES ,
A.nd pocketed the watch. There
ivere , it seems , "five other gentle o
men" in the room. Taggart jumped
up from his chajr , accused the Col
onel of cheating , and Demanded his
money and his watch. Tne Colonel
ivas fully equal to the emergency ,
md replied "with great dignity of
nanner , " so the account says :
'There can be no such thing as
iheating among gentlemen , sir ; but
he cards have been running very
vildly. " Ihe unreasonable Tag-
fart thereupon refused to be com-
brted , became very violent , forgot
'or the ir.o nentall usages of "firstj
slass society , " and , shaking his fist
n the Colonel's face , shouted out ,
'You blackleg , if you don't settle
vith me right here I'll . " But
10 never finished the prase ; for Col-
> nel Gordon , with a step backward ,
Ircw out his knife , and deftly
iheathcd it into Mr. Ephriam Tag-
jart's body to the extent of about
six inches- with the remark , "I
eckon that will settle you. " The
Uolonel was entirely correct in his
eckoning.
Co the flcor , when Gordon , quietly
emoving his knife from its tempo-
ary sheath , wiped the blood from
he blade with a red sash ho wore
ound his waist , " and , brandishing
t in the ai- , turned to the five as-
onisbcd spectators of the lively
scene and pleasantly asked "if any
ibout it ? " Notwithstanding this
jolite invitation to speak , nobody
ieemed disposed to continue the
onversation , jjvhich dropped then
md there , whereupon the gallant
Colonel withd-ew. Of Mr. Ephriam
raggart we hear nothing more , ex-
ept that ho was 'decently planted , '
0 use the expressive imagery of that
jountry , in a neighboring church-
* ard. Poor fellow ! "first-class so-
: iety" proved to him a more deadly
be than acute rheumatism.
The event , however , was too
jrave to pass unnoticed , even at the
3ot Springs of Arkansas. The next S
lay a meeting of the mutual friends
f the two gentlemen was held at
he hotel , Gordon being present , we
ire told , dressed in O "red sash , a
wnibrero hat , and a heavy pair of
Mexican silver spurs , " which
n the room. " The weapon which
'caused the death'r of tlie unfortun-
ite Ephraim Taggart was in his
> elt. The expression "caused the
leath" is delicate and happy. The
liscussion was varied and aniuia-
ed. After some talk Colonel Gor-
lon was called upon to "explain
10.v the difficulty arose , " which he
lid in a manner entirely satisfac-
ory to himself. It seems , he said ,
hat the trouble was
"PURELY ACCIDENTAL , "
Vntl came from "playing with a
> ack of cards containing five aces. "
Mr. Taggart hud un.ustly charged
lim with cheating because of his
laving three aces. Now there was
lothing on which to base the ac-
lusation. He might even have
lad four aces. It was possible ,
vithout any cheating on his part.
He had the same grounds for charg-
ng Taggart with unfair dealing ,
> ut he had refrained from so doing.
> Vho could say which particular ace
brmed the fifth ace ? Colonel Gor-
Ion "deeply regretted the unfortun-
ite occurrence , " but "under the cir-
sustances , and as a gentleman , " he
'had no other course to pursue. "
ATe hear nothing of the five specta-
ors. The meeting , however , "cen-
ured" Colonel Gordon for "having
> een hasty In defending his honor. "
To those'of our readers who com-
> lain of the dull routine of pleasure ,
he quiet sameness and melancholy
f life at Saratoga and Newport , we
ecommend a trip to the hot spr.ngs
if Arkansas. There they will find
ife , movement and excitement ,
'ombined with the ' 'comforts and
degancies of n refined home. " But
hould they meet Colonel Charles
jJordon of Galveston , Texas ( he
vill be easily recognized by his red A
ash , sombres hat and clinking
pure ) , they will no doubt give him
1 very wide berth. Arkansas is a
jrcat state ; It has an abundance of
lot springs , high mountains , big
jvers and packs of cards with five
aces , aud finally , one Government
not being enough it had two. One-
half of the population came very
near exterminating the other half to
determine who really was the right
ful Governmor ; and had it not been
for the United States authorities ,
blood would have flowed there like
the water of the hot springs.
[ Portland ( Me. ) Argus/ ]
gay damsel of this city was united
in hj'menial bonds , and judging
that a door-plate would be a good
thing to have in the family , con
tracted for the same with a well
known jewelry firm. The plate was
finished in good style , when , behold ,
the name was not frpelled correctly.
Like Mrs. Toodles's Thomson with
out the p , it would not do nt all.
The dealers had it on their hands ,
much to their disgust. By aud by
along came a baby "a beautiful
boy" and as years rolled by he
rolled up strength , till at last , like
his folks before him , he went , "and
the twain were or.e. " Then he
wanted to be signalized just like his
mother ; he wanted a sign to his
frontdoor. The jeweler still lived ,
and so did the plate ! What would
not suit the mother pleased the less
particular tastes of tbe son. The
sign was found and bought. Twen
ty-five years after the error is con
sideied of slight account and the
plate invites the friends of the lad
to his hospitable rooms , and the
mother , as'she passes the faulty
sign , imagines that if she could step
back twenty-five years , she would
not be so particular about the spel
ling , whether it was an for an e.
The Coming : Man.
( Eureka ( Xevada ) Cupel. |
This moi ning a minor member of
society , Johnny by name , and aged
aboutsix years , caughta chipmunk ,
tied a string around its IICCK , and a i l
diminutive tin-pan to its tail. He
poked out the off eye , so the animal
couldn't see fron that side , and al
together he was enjoying himself
immensely in his own innocent
\vay. Unfortunately Johnny's
mother happened along while the
zircus was in operation , and she put
in end to the performance. Taking
tier son upon her knee ( not face
lown , for she does not believe in
corporal punishment ) she
, proceed F
ed to show Johnny tue error of his
tvays by lecturing him thuswise :
'My darling , you should not torture
he poor Jittlc. animals in the man-
ler you were doing ; God made
hem and they are under his charge ,
[ f 3-011 hurt them God will be angry
vith my pet , and then mother will
) e sorry. God loves all the little"
his point the youth threw his little
trms around his mother's neck and
vhispered , "Cheese it ,
lieesc it. "
Gazing at the Comet.
[ Portland ( Oregon ) Herald. ]
A young couple were out on a
loor-step on Gospel Ridge late last BI
light , looking at tlio comet now
isible in thy northern heavens. At
east it was evident the young lady
ranted to .see , because &he was
verheard to tell the young gent to
'keep his face out of the way so she
ould see the cornet ! " Then there
rats a nose } like the sudden drawing
fa horse's hoof out of the stiff mud
-and then anil then well , the Di
Id man thrust his head out of the DiBi
rant door of that house , and the BiPI
oung astronomers turned their PICi (
CiD
aokfl to each other , and began Ciit
ountlng tlie stars aloud wuh great it
ehemence. The old man told
liem that the spherodial mass
fhich they had been so diligently
ontemplating on the cthcrial dome
Pe
career/ demanded any more of PeCa
tieir united attention thai evening , CaBr
nd the young man would very BrBI '
luch oblige him by peregrinating BI
i the dirootion of his own local
abitaiion at that immediate period
f time , or he would enable him to FiOi
ec stars with more multitudinaslty. OiCo >
'lie young miwi "got" at once.
TUB COMING STRUGGLE.
The voters of our nation , .
/ s ne'rr was knowm before , '
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's rocicv shore.
WhyIs this mighty chance ?
What c u the meaning ! ? fo
The rising of the masses'
From northern lake to southern sea. I foC ,
The spirit of old seventy-sir C
From out our heroes' nra-es "
G
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ; ri
The motto which our coins once bore , rib
Though obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not unc rent for tribute , hi
But millions for defense.
Patty ties and party Iiws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The ignti of m in 10 be u man
Should govern Freedom's lanil.
Then shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly greet
The emblem of tbe free.
In trade we'll try to d-al. CoHi
As man should deal with m.in. HiSt
And wh'lo we seek t ) live ourselves , St
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can , StCa
And if a hat you need , Ca
Or fnesJ you chance to meet , CaGt
Remember Buuce , the Hatter , GtAl
On Upper Douglas Street. Je
JeBi
elGU Bi
BiNc
H. OKKEK. C. J. KAKU.Vtll Nc
NcDi
UUEUE & KAUIUCir , St. Di
> th st. Letwecn Farnhxia and srney sti
OMAHA , - - NEB.
MANUFACTURER Or
10.
Ipring and Farm Wagons , 8d rd
BUGGIES AND CAIIR1/1GES. 4d
3d
Dealers in and manufacturers of 3d
lOi
GllICtJLTURAL IMPLEMENTS ! 8d
PARTICULAR A T ENTION PAID TO 6d
IIOUSKN HOEING. lOi
8d
SSTRcpairing cf wagons and blacksniithlng 6d
rouiptlr done at reasonable oriccs 6dW
100,009 ACRES ! Ca
OF THE FINEST Na
NaCa
21kliorn Yallcy Lands !
U :
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'FOR SATE BIT He
33. 3VC.
CTisner , - - U"b
St !
"LAND- ! ARE CONVENIENT TO
L the market and the .
ilNEST in the STATE I
And will be sold at from
52,50 to \$5,00 PER ACRE !
For Cash or on long Time.
26TLAND EXPLORING 1ICK-
1TS for sale at O. & N. W. De-
ot , bearing coupons which will Ch H
e taken at full cost in payment Ili
irland.
L. WOODWIRTfl ,
| Po
38 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb.
| Me
WACOiT
Wood Stock , Llj [
-
UGON HARDWARE ,
Patent Wheels , Finished ( hiring , tc.
xles , Springs and Thimble Skeins Ha
An
HARDWOOD LUMBER
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larriages , Hacks d Buggies Ma
StBUebMkerWagon .Depot.
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Monev and Commerce.
Daily Review.
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OFFICE OMAHA DAILY BEE , )
July 30 , 1874. f
The - -mouey.inarket-ia" ; no
noticeable changes. . Bankers report
that balances are quite , large. Bank
rate on mercantile paper as usual.
Mortgage money on good city
property rates unaltered.
Exchange on New York , Boston ,
Government securities in fair de
York quotations , and selling at J per
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
quotes :
Land Greats ( selling ) . ? . § 815.00
Land Warrants ' , (160 ( acres
buying ) . . . . . . . - . 176.00
Land Warrants (160 ( acres
selling ) . 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acres buying ) . 176.00
Do. Selling . 185.00
Exchange on New York , 1-5 of one
per ct.
In markets we have nothing * lie w
to note , as prices are firm at last quo
tations , and all lines in fair demand.
OMAHA MAEKETS.
Carefully Corrected Dallr
DRY GOODS.
i. J. BROWN & BRO.Cor. . 14th and
Douglas Streets.
PRINTS.
Imoakeag . . . .
Jristol
Earners . 
lamllton . . .
jernniuck D. . . . . . . . . .
'eabody . . . _ . .
Richmond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
inipsonsBLEACHED
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
tright 4-4
loot G - . -
abet 4-4 . . . .  _ . . _
onsdalti. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
r. Y. jiiiu  . . . . . . . . . . . .
eterboro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
uflblk L. . . _ . _ _ . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 8 }
BLE ACHEC SHEETINGS.
epperell 8-4 . _ . . _ _ 31
do 9-4 tji
do 10 , , , - , - . - , - , - . . . . . . . . . . . 38 > 2
aruiers and Mcchanics. . . . . . . . .M. . . . . 25 } {
real Western. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2o
BROWN SHEETINGS.
ibion , A &A
edford , R _  S
rantvllle , El 10J {
ermauia , B B _ S > 5
ftngley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . 11
"
GINGHAMS.
merican  It
rnoskeag  . . - 12
ates . . . . .  .  . . . . . . . . . . _ - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i 12J
incastcr . . i. 12&
TICKINGS.
onf ; , 3L c a. .
[ ddefor
DKNIMS.
aver Creek , B B. . . . . . . . . 16
ayuiaters :
Its , B B. . . . . _  17 :
tis , C C . _ 15 > J
JKANS.
iddeford - - , , , - . ,  , ,  16 > j
oa > ier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 .
C
. F
YA IiXiCf 2i w.4.v..itT- i . ,
CKTZ MOHR A co. , 231 Faniham 2i
*
Street. .
h'-UUlj
ark's O. N. T . . . . . . " TO
ut'a  . . . . _ . _ . 70
errick'd  _ . . . . _ 42 }
HO-IERY.
Dmcstie _  _ . . . _ S K&1 00
ritish  . _ 3 OCfflG 00
PAPEK COLLARS.
ickens' lest. . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ . . . . . . . 9 90
ing William  . 1 35
> meatic. . . . . _ . . . . . .  . 1 SO
anley _ _ . . . 2 60
SHAWLS.
toman strip ? _ . _ . .  . J2 25@6 50
SUIRTrf.
Lite common \$10 50
medium..H. . . . . . WM..H. . . . . 15 00
' custom made. . . . . . . . . . . 30 00
real ? _ _ . . _ \$ 1200:124 CO
lice . . . . . . . _ . . 4 757 50
OVEBALL3.
'own drill 1LL- i.r-- ! S6 50a7 25
dnck ,  . . .  . 7 75a9 00
ue drill  . . . 7 00 7 50
' duck _ . . _ . . . 8 00a9 50
hue  . 8 00a9 60
CORSETS.
ench whalebone . . . . .to 25oS 00
ir ownH..H . . . . . . . . . . . .M..M. . . . . . . 15 00
met. . . . . _  22 60
SPRING SKIRTS.
nen printed \$ 9 00
11 ruffled 12 00
" fluted - +  15 OU
GENERAL COMMISSION.
J. C. HOSENFELD gives us tne
llowing quotations his day :
Butter , active , 15a20in tubs ; Eggs
ir , at lie per dozen ; Live
bickcns , dullat2 002 ( 50 per doz. ;
tooseberries , 2 50 per bu. ; Cher-
es , 4 80 per bu ; Lemans,12 00 per
ox. ana Raspberrics,20c per quart ;
ackberries , 20c ; apples. 600 to 7 00
jr barrel : currants 20c.
o
HARDWAKt. L
LT
JOUy T. KDQAR. T
jj
IRON.
mm on VBr.i.nmt..t ii.-t..n-
srse bboe b&i . * . . * * . . . * *
> rway nail r
( - , [ . . 12
fnnn , , , , , , , , . , , , , , ) , , , , , , , , . , , , , , , , Jiit 11
ncrican casn , octagon and iquare _ ISA 22
ssup's English do , do . . . 53 * 0 I X
irdea's horse shoes , per keg. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 25 *
do mule do do . _ . .  . . . 8 25
irthivestern horse nails . '  22a 23
indee thimble skeins , discount 45 ptr cent.
or half patent axles , discount 10 per cent.
1 to 60d per kes. . . . _  _ 4 10
do  4 35
do . . . . .  . . . . _ . . 4 60
do . 485
do .  .  . . / 5 10
fine do  . .  7 10
1 ficis'ng do 5 3i
"do do . . . 5 CO
do do . . _ . _ 5 85
1 Casing do . . . .H..MM. . . . . . . . . . . 4 85
do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 6 10
do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 35
rought , all sizes. . . . 6 85
BOLTS.
rriage and tire . . . .discount 70 pr c
BUTTS.
irrow wrought , fast ] ointdiscount 20prc LiSi
st , loose pin reversible. . . . . . do 35 do Si
MISCELLANEOUS.
iy and manure fork . . . . . . . . .dioouut 30 pr c \
> es and g < uden Takes. . . . . . . . do 25 do SI
HINGES.
Tl
rap and T . _ . . . .discount 25prc
WRENCHES.
.It's black discount SSprc
c's immitfttiou. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 45 do
e's genuine.M. . . . H. . . . . .v do 20 do
SCREWS.
nerlcan Iron..H..M.MH.H. . . . . . . . . 45 pr c
do brass. . . . . . .  . . . . . . 40prc
AGRICULTURAL TSI'
SCYTHKJ. Hi
Holt's Ha. est Kingper do. , net. . . 12 00
ampion . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . 9 00
aldvs Kurekj ] 1 00
do red _ _ . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . 8 00
wlind's No 2 black' shovels , D ! ! .  12 00 N <
do do polished do ' do  13 00 di
do do black spades do  . 1200 didi
lore do polished do do  . 13 00 did
do's "spring point" L H shovels. . . 13 SO d
AXES.-
> pencott's Western Crown . > 1300 I
do do do b'.vefeJ. . . Br
= u. 13 50 I
COFFEE MILLS.
SbPI
PI
rte's > o 3 , iron box . . . . . . . . .net 6 U Jft
do do 103 do _ 5'75 JftBo
do do25Unonir.-h ! 11 00 BoCo
eo do 35 do Britania 13 00
FILES.
rgrarc , Smith A Co.discount 80 pr c
lertcan File Co do 50 do
'
HAMMERS ,
vdole's , A E No 1 , \\i. 2 .
mmond'a A E No * - , - - , . - , , , , -  . .  . . . - . | 9 00
do * do do 4 Mi. . : . . . 10 50
do Engineer1 * No L. . _ . . 10 00-
do do do 2 . . .  -   . . 13 60
do do do3 . . . 14 W
HATCHETS.
Morris1 shingling , No 1 J700
do do do 2. . . . . . . . . . . . 800
do do do 3. . . . . . . . . . . 900
do claw do 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . 750
dc o do 2. 860
LEATHER.
Best Buffalo Sole , . . . . . . . .  . . . . . 1
do do . . . ' " '
Matamoras do . . .
Be't Oak do . . . . . . . .
Baltimore 'Oak Sole.
> rench Kits : . .
. do Calf , leading brands
Domestic Kljiy. . . * . .
do Calf , - , . . .  . - , -
Hemlock-Upper , per foot. . . _ . . _ . . . ,
Oak do do . . . .
Grain do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Linings , per dozen S7 G0@10 00
Toppings , do Sll 00(311 ( 00
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , 3SQ45c
do ( Oil Dressed ) do .36@40c
do ( ( simon ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S3 UUMO < 25
Uo ( ( Olove Kid , ) S3 50&5-00
Welt ithcr , per side , 16 00&7 00
Boot Webbing , per bolt , . 4r@70c
Oak Harn ss Ltather , " Pittsburg , " 45c
do do do No. 1 ,  . . . .40(3120 (
do do do No. 2 _ .  . SSy40c
Oak Line do . . . . . . 44@4Cc
Ujuilock Harness Leather , l > o. 1- C J ( 4Uc
do do' do No. 237sS9c (
Hemlock Line do .  . _ _ . _ .4)y4Gc
Fair Bridle , per side  - SG 00@7 00
Team Collars , per doi. . . . . . _ . . ! 2J 50 ( 25 50
Sla e do do . . . . . . . . .K' ! ! 50
Scotch do do  . . . . . . . . . . . S3G 00
( .onc-oid do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . _ . . . : to
Collar Leathci ( Black ) per loot , lS@24c
do do ( Kussel ) do . . . . .18(1 ( * 40
Patent Dash Leather. _ _ .15c
60APS
Powell & Co. , Soap monufacturera.
Sapo Publico , G 1 26 8 > 4 ; Savon
Republic , do. , Chemical Olive , 6 to
6 1 2 ; Palm , 5@51 4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ABT GOODS AND TJPaoLSTERER'S
STOCK.
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up-
holaterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Farnham Street , furnialie ? the
folio vying quotations :
FRAME MOULDINGS.
Oil walnut mouldings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c-2 ; inch iOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
15c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
6@15c ; 2 inch 12@30c ; 3 inch 18 ©
45c ; 'imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 610c ; 2 inch 1020c ; S inch
1530c.
Plain bands , 6 feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00 ©
i 00 ; each additional foot , 75c per
pair.
REPPS.
Union jnd all wool terry , per yard :
L 603 ) Q ; Imperial , plain and stri
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
J 00a3 CO.
MATTBASSE3.
Huat , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
J 00a4 00 ; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
LUMBER.
RETAIC LIST
bublect to change ol market witnout ft
WM. M. FOSTER ,
In U. P. R. R. track bet. Ir irnuani ai
GEO A. HOAGLuXJS'l.
olsta , studding and sills , 20 It , and un
der . . .H..H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H . . \$2200
'encing No 1. . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do Ho 2 . , . 21 0
it common boards. . . . . . . . . . 2i CO
Qd do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , .2200
A" stock loan ! ? , 10 and 12 inch 5U 00
B" do do do tlo 3500
C" do do do do 10 00
it clear , 1 , 1 } , \ & and 2 Inch 65 00
1 do do do do 5500
1 do do do do 45 00
looting , clear. . . . . 50 00
do 1st common. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 00
do 2d do - 35 U )
do 3d do . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27fiO
do narrow , cltar- _ 4T 00
it clear ceiling inch 35 00
1 do do fa invh. 32 50
tt do do % inch 30 00
1 do do % inch 2750
it clear tiding _ 27 00
1 do do . 26 00
it c6intnou siding. . . . . . . . . 24 00
1 do do 20 00
A" shinnies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425
xtraNo 1 shiugles _ . . . . 3 ( X )
DiumOB No 1 sh.ngles S 00
ath per 1000. . . . 350
A. 11 pickets eer 100 . .CO
{ dare do do do . . . :
G Batten per Jineal !
ough do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WINDOWS. ( Ulazed. )
i per cciitolTChicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged )
i pei oent oft CLingo 1'st. '
BLINP3.
I per ccntofflibt.
'bite lime per bbl _ _ .S1 75S2 ( 00
onlsville cement per bbl
luster pails per bbl. . 3 50 3 75
lasterlng hair per bushel 40
rrtdlelt , - . 4
4 %
OILS. TAIMS , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D.KOLOMO1S.
, ROBERT C.STEELL.
jalOU. . \$ 19 ura Oil. No l | S5t > l 00
inseed Oil , raw. 105 " " " 2. . . _ . 70 C
" " bl'd. . . 110 winterT" ] so
urpentine _ . 65
eadllght Oil. 28 Lubricating | o
" " "
I W. T- . f oo
PAINTb , dC
rhlte Lead , St. Louis , Srtictly Pure . . . . .S 11 %
" " " " Brand
Fancy * %
utty in Bladders . . . . . . . 5 %
Bulk. . . . . . . _ 4K
nameld Olass , colors , % 1 sq. ft 1 00
rindow GIas . ' 50 S c discount
TIN , SHEET-IEON. TTIRE , &C. A
LTLTON ROGERS , COR. 14th &
FARNHAM.
TN PLATE.
ZINC.
A
leet tin 25 to 2o in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . .
do do do it half casts. . . . . .
do do do in 250 S > casks. . . . . . J.
ieet24 to 35 inches persbeet..m. . . . . J.a2
( extra . . . . a2
dodo No. 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
do do rooGug. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . 21
bid > nptal mi. . . . . . . . ! Oa2
SHEET IRON.
irst quality , Numbers 16 to 24. . . . .
do do do 15. . . . . . . . .
lo do do 20. . .
do do do ft ? . . , .
larcoal , both sides smothe
dO NO 24 jiiuiiijiTil-ii.iiiiiiiiiimilri
dO dOt 6. . . . . . . . . M. . . . . . . . . . . .
do do ? 7m- iui-.xi- > . - . . . . . . . . .
mints , No. 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   . . . .    9'
do ,1o 25  . . . . . . . . . , . . . _ . . . . . .  9
do do 27. . . . . . . . . .
issla perfect 7 to 12. .
do No. 1 , stained
Less tnan lull bundles , add one cent.
L" American immitat'n Russia , 11 Nos. 18
Less than full bundles add one cent.
GALVANIZED.
. 14 to 2U _ 15
j 2' to 24. . . . _ . . 16
J 25 to 25 17
027 , Ra
18
o og . . . , , , , , , , , ,    , . . do 18SO :
Jo
Full bundles discount ISpercent.
au <
COPPER. 2No
No
ailera 6 < ode 9 _ 45
do 10 to :2  . 42 POJ
do 12Uto loOft. . . . 38 Pa
eathtnK , 14 aud IS o * . _ . rat
anished , 14 and 16 oz. . . . 45 du
- 7 8 and 9
, , 43
ixsr 1
pper bottoms. Tai
6
"
BRIGHT "VVTRE. Pa <
PaPai
Pai
10 11 .
s. 0 to 6 8,8,9 10,11 12 14,14
14 15 16 19 SO
Ra
a.15,16 ' 18 19 20
HVM ST. ,
MORGAN & OALLAGHEK ,
ham St
WHITNEY , BAUSEB1IAN CO. , 247
Douglas St.
j. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas Streets.
SUGAP.S.
Granulated pr n > _  . 12
Powdered do 12
Crushed do - 12
Befd cut loaf do - . IS
Standard A do HKall5-i
Circle A do _ 114
KitiaC do 11
Yellow C do _ .10 > ialO >
N 0 choice do 10 > i
COFFEES.
Bio choice pr ! & . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ 2C&27
do prime do  . . . . .   . . . . .  . . . _ 25a2t >
do good do iii'Jj
0 U Java _  _ _ 3135
SYRUPd.
Common pr gallon  . .  . . . _ . . 35a4
Uocd do  . . 50&5
Choice do 70aS-J
do N 0 laolosses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sfl
Rangoon choice. . . 
Carolini . .
CAiJDLES.
M Wesk A Co . . 16 > fa ] ;
tchofers . - .
fcOAP.
Missouri Vrlley . -
Kirk's Savon - . .
if. Weak A Co _ . _ . - 7a7J |
hchofer'a German . . . . .
Kirk's standard _ . _ .
do alerlius .  . _ .
< W"T ( PLUG TOBACCO.
Black goods , Weitern . . 43
; do do Virginia . _ . _ 50aT > 5
do do Lorrilard's . _ . . . . - 55ot > 0
Bright do do do . I > 0a65
do do Virginia .
Natural leaf _ .  . _ 75a3.5
DRIED FRUljrS.
California peachts per pound . . . 16Xal7
do apples do . . . . . . . . . . . . 12al2 }
Ftate do do . . . . . . . . . . . 14al4 }
Sfew currants .  . . S.i
do prunes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14al4Jl.j
do German cherries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . 17
do bl ckberries . 21
do raspberries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23a4Q
do raisins , per bor . \$3 40
do seedless raisins , per pound . . . . .
SALT.
Sew in barrels . . _ . . . .S2 70a2 85
do dairy . _ . . . . 4 50o5 75
CANNED GOODS.
IpoundcanSIjer'soys'ers , per case..5-I 23a4 50
do do do do do . . . 2 6U2 { 75
I dc do William's do do . . . 4 00a4 75
! do do peaches pei case . 5 50
i do do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 IXa7 ) 00
1 do do tomatoes do . . . . . . . . 3 5Ua3 75
do do do do . 5 00
'MTU , Tropny per case . . . . . . . . . . . 5 i < 0
do Winslovr do . 5 COde
do Yarmouth do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 50
Strawberries , do . 4 50a4 75
taapbcrrles , do . .  . _ 4 00
do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 00
TEAS.
) olonis , per pound - . . . . . . . . 25a75
fouug Hyson , per pound . 40al 00
runpondvr , do do . . . . . CC'al 25
FLOUR.
Inow Flake , ( Wells A Niemaii ) _ 4 50
lold Dust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 3 10
CXXXIowaCiy : . _ . . . . . - 3 00
'ahforuia . 4 75a6 U )
BAGS.
luaiiles , heavy weight _ 18 19
.o light du .  _ .   _ _ 17018
Hps , four bushel , . . . . . . . . IKalS
udee gunnles..M. . . . . 18
dn bass , Amoskeg A . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . _ SOaSl
.o do Ludlow a : i. . . . . . . . . . . . _ S1K15
SPICES.
rutrnegs , Penangbeat.per pound. . . . . . 1 3oal 41
wre. < lo do . . . . . . 60
ilspice dj do . . . . . . ISa 0
linamonbaik do < ! > -
COLUJIBIA RIVER SALilOX.
' , bbls. , 100 Hi .  . S9 50@10 TO
tb cans , ix.r doz . _ . . . . . 2 50 © 2 75
do do . . .  . 3 UO& 4 00
WHITE FISH.
fo. 1 Ills .  . _ . . . . . i 15 ® 1 25
amilv in kit * . 1 lOfcj 1 20
"
! bbls" . _ . C 50@ 7 00
amiiysu > ibbLs _ . _ 5 50iC ( C tO
MACKERLL.
'ainihin kits . 1 10 ® 1 20
fo. 1 , " do . 1 60 < 2 00
[ es- . , do . _ . 3 00 ® 3 25
'amilv " , > 4 l > bV- _ . - . 7 OOy 8 00
; 0. i , d . oouerioco
jrdmes , ? 4 lioxes , . - . 16 oO < vj7 00
CICrARS.
L. E. SIMPSON , Manufacturer , 532
15th Street.
r. Upraan . _ . _ f ) M. S To 00
ecoustruction _ . do 35 00
rand Central . do S5 00
'niveisal . . . . . . . . . do 40 00
ara . . . . . . . . . . . . do 4300
a Koquet . _ . do 50 00
imon Pure . du 50 CO
artigas . _ , .  . . . . do 75 CO
'ours Truly . _ . _ do C5 00
old Medal . _ . _ do 50 00
a Espanola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 60 00
riple Crown .  . . . do 75 00
enry Clay . do 100 00
e Villcr - _ .  . do 100 00
Villcr. .  . do 1ft ) 00
J76 . . , . . . . . . . . do 75 LO
CALIIOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Vholesale depot 548 14 h Street.
all barrel s.ick.s , . . . . _ . - 2 9C
) Iiicago , Kocfe Island
and Pacific S. R.
TIIE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
> MAIIA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
ia Dos Moincs , l/avenport and Rock Island.
- o -
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
'KSTIKOUOUSK PATENT AJK HHAKKS and
iller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
cnnecting as follows :
T DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad , lor Oskaloosa , Ottumwa , Keokuk
aud St. Lonii.
T URINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul.
T WEST LIBE11TY with the Burlington ,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad , for
Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubuque i St.
Paul , At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western nranch , for Muscatine ,
Washington and all points couth.
T DAVKM'ORr with the Davenport A St.
T ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Frecport , Be ; > it , Racine. Mil
waukee aud all points in northern Illinois
and Wisconsin.
T ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Bock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south. .
T ROCK ISLAND with the PcorlaARock
Island Railioad for Peoria and points east.
r BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , for Hen
ry , Lacere , Chilllcothe and Peoria.
r LA 8ALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
r CHICAGO with aJl lines East , North and
South.
THROUGH TICKE1S to all Eastern cities ,
a this line , can be procured , and any inlor-
atlon obtained , concerning points , at the
.let office of the company , 12 * Farnhain St. , 1
naha , and also at tbe principal ticket offices
ang the line of the U. P. R. .U.
Checked Tbrongb to all
Principal Eaitem Pomta.
.M. SMITH , H. RIDDLE ,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't , Gen'l Sup't
Chicago. Chicago.
H. LACEY , S. 8. STEVEWS ,
Ticket Agent , Sen'l Watwn Ag't
Stl Omaha Oooba.
ioux City & Pacific R , R ,
Tbe Shortest aud only Direct
Route from
JOUIsrCIL BLUFES
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
9RTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains via tills rouie.
CONNECTION'S.
I. At U. P. Transfer with Un Pacific
! . At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
i and Council bluna Railroad for St. Louis
d all points south
! . At Missouri Valley with the Chicago and
irthwestcrn railway foi Chicago and all
ints east. N
; . At Siour City with Sioux City and S
ul , Illinois Central and Dakota Southern
treads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River ,
ring navig.if.oii and with stages for all
ints in the Northwest.
i. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
i. At Fremont , Nebraska , with the Union ,
cific railroad for all point ; west and the
cilice-oast.
' . At IVIsner with stages for Norfoltand all
WTlckeU for sale in Chicago and North-
stern Railway offices.
1
L. BURNETT , Sup't.
C. HH.LS , Gen. Ticket AB't.
GEO. W. GRATTAN ,
Agent , Oath * ,
Chicago ? ! !
AND THE
X > ix-o * Zlo-Ute
TrWuterloo.Fert Dedffe ,
Crone , rrnlrle Da Calen. Wln ,
St. t aul , Dulntb , Janetvillr , Ktno-
Hha , Urrrii nay , Raelae. Mevea'
Point. Watrrtowa , OUilfoahf t'oa
It Being the Shortest and FlistComoleted Line
Between
OMAHA and CHIC AGO ,
ronstant.lraprovnarnt * have taken place in
the way of reducing Grade , aud placing Iron
with Steel Rails , adding to its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAT anil 81.KEP1NC1 CARS
Equipped with the"WvdtluchouseAlr Brake"
and "Miller Platform , " establishing comtorta-
bie and commnlious Eating HousesoSering all
tbe'comfirts ol traveling the age can produce.
From' to lOFast Express Trains ruu each
way dally over the various lines of this load ,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
rou'e sure andcert&In connections in any di
rection he may ish to go.
Principal Connections.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION , for
Sioux City , Yankton and point * reached via
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
Des Moines , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSU.Ai.Lfur St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , Charles City , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLIN1ON forDubuqne , Dunleith , Prai
rie du Chien , La Crosse , and all points on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
AT FULTON for-Freeport , Racine Mlllwau-
kee , and all points in Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out ol Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured , and any informati-n ob
tained , concerning Routes , Rates , etc , at the
Companie's Office , 218 Farnhaiu Street , Omaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of the U. P. R. R.
US-Baggage checked through to all principal
Eastern points.
W. U. STENNETT , MARVIN IIUQIIITT ,
' ' ' . . ' .
Gen'l Passinge'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. it. LACEY , G. O. EDDY ,
Ticket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag'tOmaha.
mcblSvl ,
Omaha & St , Louis Short
Line
1874 !
rbe Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. B
Is tbe only dire line to
ST. Ii OT7XJ9
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST ,
I
0 CHANGE i CHTB between Omaha and St.
Louis ana b itoi t between OMAHA
ana. Ar.W YORK.
, This th Only -Jne running a
I'ULLTIAX SLEEPING OAR BAST
FltOM OMAHA , ON ARRIVAL
OP THE DN10X PACIFIC
EXPRESS TRA IN ,
taking othei routes nave a
tkazrccable transfer at the Klver Station.
TRAINS DAILY J
REACHING ALL
EA3TEBH AND WESTEBU CITIES
Vith less Changes and in advance ol other
lines.
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars ,
toller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celehrated Westin house
Air Brake.
fausnst'llr. N . Joseph < fc C'onncll
Uluffii Italrod ,
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
'ickrts for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham '
streets , and U. P. Depot. Omaha.
i
OS.TEIION , OEO. L. 3RADBURY ,
Paso. Agt. Gen' Agent.
. F. BARNARD , A. 0. PAWES ,
, Gen'l Supt. Gen'l 1'a's. Agt. ,
St. Joseuh. St. J
B.OTTTB 1
A. S
TKAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. 1.0UIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOUQH WITHOUT 'OHAHQB
TO
Cincinnati ,
> Louisville ,
Chicago ,
Columbus ,
Fittsburg ,
Baltimore ,
Washington ,
AND YORK
ArrlvjJ of Trains from the West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland , Buffalo & Boston
Arc for Sale at the
LJLVylx.l/J-O Comr ny' Office ,
. E. cor&rr Fourth A Cheatnnt f U. ,
t. Lou in , and al the Principal Bal < -
rajr Office * In the West.
HAS. BABCOCK , C. E. RUSSELL ,
S'thern Pass. Ag't , Wesl'n Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TKIAS. KANSAS ( ,1TT ,
rHN ) E. SIMPSON , CIIAS. E. FOLLETT ,
Gen i Supt. , Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
29W INMANAPOLIS ST. Louis.
TT itoc .
lonfcctioners' Tool Works ,
Hios. Mills eft BroM
JlJtntilacttirers o
) onfectioners'Tools
JKacbliie Ilonldg , Ice Cream
Freezers ,
03.1301 & 1303 Xo Eighth St. Fi
* Clj.
j.
oprietors [ 1 I TABL'SIIED 1864. *
ioMAs ILLS , -
3KO. M. 5ULLS , /CATALOGUES SENT
ITLEBP.PAKMKK.J upoc application.
tth St , bet. Farnhaa and Harnej.
I kinds ol TAILORING , CLEANING and
REPAIRING done at reaionabla ratw
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
vous Debility , Dropsy ,
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine , Irri
tation. luBauiation or Ulceration of the
SPERMA TORRHCEA ,
Louroerhoe or Whites , Diseases ol the Froatrato
GUnd. S.one in the Bladder. Colculur ,
GRAVEL OR BRICK DUST DE-
| PO IT ,
And Mucus or MilkyDischarges.
KEARNEY'S
Extract Buclm !
Permanently Curt all ] Diseases of the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Swellings.
Existing in Men , Women and Children ,
No Matter ffliat the Age !
Prof , fcteele says : "On bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu Is worth more than all
other Ruchus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , six bottles for
fire dollars.
Depot 104 Duane St , , N , Y ,
A physician in attendance to answer cone.-
poiidenca and give ad rice gratis.
BVSend stamp for pamphlets , free. _
Crane & Brigham Wholesale Agents , San
Francisco. Cal.
TO THfc
NERVOUS& DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
30 OHAEQE FOB ADVIOE AND CON-
SULTATIOff.
T\R J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
phia , author of several valuable
vorka , eaii be consulted on all dis- .
; ase3 of the SexuJ and Oriuary or-
jans , ( which he has made an es-
jecial study , ) either in male or fe-
uale , no matter from what cause
> riginating' , or how long standing
V practice of 30 years enables him
o treat diseases with success. Cures
juaianteed. Charges reasonable ,
rhose at a distance can ibrward let-
era describing symptoms and en-
slosing stamp to prepay postage.
JBSPSenrt for the Guide to Health.
3rice lOe.
J. B. DYO121M.D.
Physieion and Surgeon , 104 JDuane
treet , X. Y.
3BSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEN from
he effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
lanhood Restored , impediments to Marriage
lemoveJ. New metbod of treatment. New
nd remarkable remedies. Rooks and Circulars
nt free , in jiealed envelopes. Address , HOW
.RD j SSOCIAHONNo. 2 South Ninth St. ,
'hiladelphia , Pa. , an Institution having a high
putation for honorable conduct and profes-
lonal kills. ic5d.V.w3iu-
Popper ,
WHOLESALE BUTCHER
Nl > CATTLE BROKER ,
ALT LAKE CIT ?
, - - UTAH
feb271tM. . Keller ,
Proprietor of tlu *
RISING SUN
AKD
ANGELES
YINEYRDS.
Depot for tbe sale of his
NATIVE WINES
AND
Co. ,
Corner.of Battery and Vashington'Sts.
AW flASCISCO , CAL.
maiTtl
PASSEISTG-EKS
ioing East or South from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R. , hould take th
LINCOLN KOUTE"
Vil The
nd c\are lor themselroa the choice of Six
Popular K'.jtesfrom
tchisou to Cliicarjo and St. Louis ,
All mating Reliable C Jnectlons and being
jiilpped with Falaea Day and Sleepiag COTJ.
All delay and Inconvenience arriving from
errles acd transfers can be aroided West of
licago and St. Louis by securing Tickets Tia
TCHISOX and the ATCH1SOX 4 ;
irect and Reliable Connections , are also made
with the A. T. & S. F. R. R. for tbe
reat Arkansas Talley & ColoraHo ,
ad with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
, INCO & TCHISON
'
CIIAS. C.SMITH , F. WHITE
Gen'l Supt , Gjn'l Pass. Ag't ,
KaiM
I \ S V , E HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASONS
i J\ _ why ther will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
i Chea ) and Clean.
They are che pcst to buy ,
They are besi to use.
They bate erenly and quickly ,
Their operation IB perfect ,
They have always a Rood draft ,
They roast perfectlr.
They require but little fuel ,
They are Terr low priced ,
They an easily managed.
They are suited to all localities.
ETety store guaranteed to give satisfaction
SOLD HY
Excelsior '
Man'fg Co. ,
ST. LOUIS ,
M. BOG-ERS.
SIZE
or
PELLETS :
O O O
Or Sagar-Coaicd , Concentrated ,
Boot and Herbal Juice , Antl-
BUloca Granules. TfIi"LlTZl.r.
GIANT" CATHARTIC , or Multum
1" POTTO Physic.
The novelty ot modern Jfcdicai , Chcnlcal nnC
rharmacentical Science No uee of any Ion get
U-ni ; thu lirse. repulsive and nauseous pUIa ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bulky Ingredients ,
when wo can by a careful application of chcmicat
Fclence. cxtrarr all the cathartic and other medi
cinal properties from the mo c valuable rocts ana
herbs , ana concentrate them into a minute Una
ble , fccardy larger than a mustard
seed , that can DC readily swallowed by tbosa cl
the most sensitive ptomachs anil fastidious tastes.
Eacnlittie Purgative Pellet represents , in 3
man concentrated form , as mucK cathartic power
aa U embodied in any of the larv , pills found fo ;
* ae ! In the dnv ; Ehopj. From their wonderful ca
thartic power , m proTortioa o their * Ize , people
who have not tried theta an. apt to rappoVc that
they ara ba.r > a or drastic in effect , bat inch is not
at all th < ; cae. the different active medicinal prin
ciples of which they am composed being BO har-
rapnizcd and modlicd. one by the others , aa to * -s
produce a most searchliiir and thor-
oushycl KoutlyaQdl iiiUlyoperatliiff
cathartl : .
* 500 Reward Is hereby offered by tha pro
priutor of tbcec 1'elletJ. to any chemist who ,
upon analysis , fill find in them an > Calomel or
other funns of mcrctiry ct any other mineral
poison.
BcInR entirely vCRCtablc.aopartfcatir
care Is . equired while uain them. They operate -
rate without distnrbancs to the con titntion , dfcf ,
or occupation. For Jaundice , Hcadach \
Constipation , Impure niood , Pnlu
In tbe Slioulaer , TiRUtiiess of the
CUCHt , DIzzincE S-jiir Krnctatloiic
ol tbo Stomncli , Had taste lu >
notitli , IIIliouM attacks , Pain la
region ot Kidneys , Internal Fevcrt
Itusli of Klood to klcad , IliRli Col
ored Urine , L'lisociaJjillty iid.
Gloomy Forebodings , take i > r
Vlcrco'H Pleasant IMi r ativol'ellotju.
In explanation of the remedial power of my Fa ? *
cativo Pcllctaovcro preat a variety of diseases ,
lwi htoraythat their action upon the
animal economy la unlvcmal , iiota
Claud or tissue escaping their sana
tive Impress. Au" docs not Impair them ;
their nsar.coating'aud being ciiclofcd In cbs *
' ' " ' ' '
bn'
Icwav
wav * !
.
tire or Purgative ia Indicated. . tbco little
Pullets wilt cl e the mot > t perfect tatiaCtction. to
all wno UBC them.
They nro Fold ( by H cutorprlslng
- j cents a bottle.
Do not allow any iirnjrjist to Induce ron lo
lake anything els ) that to may pay la Just as
peed m my Pellcto bccane ho makes a Icrget
proflt on that wbi ii ho recommends. If your
aru rift cannot > "npply them , enclose 23 cents
and tecciti" them ny return mail from
E. I' PLEllCE , IT. D. , Fron'r ,
BT2TALO. K. T.
o
SALERATUS !
AND
BAKING- SODA ?
Ptinax Meyer & Ronnie and Whitney
Rauserman & Co.
CASTLE BROS. ,
IMPORTERS
TEAS
_ _ _ _ _ _
East India Goods ,
213 and 215 FROST STBKET
San Francisco - California.
mch67ni
PLATTE YALLEY
f1
REAL
ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Agent for the
H. P. B. B. LANDS ,
Columbus , . 2To"b ,
Government Lands Located !
U. P. lauds SoM ! "
Improred Farms and Town Lots. lor
O
OR
ON LONGTIME ! !
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