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Tlie 3ost Woiderfnl XcdiCal 1 !
corcry of the A.gi Erery Man
his own l'lijsclan. ?
Frazier's Gretit Eemedy
ThP people of the United States hire been
humbugged wilb all kin U of Patent ilfdlcines ,
quark * * nd Imposters | : or the past lew years ,
in a most bhim''lul mauner. The wriur of the
folio * ing is one of the victims , and wishes to
pre-ent a very pliiu case.
Be iering that by cleansing the b'ood was
the only true var of banishing disease , and
leing a great ruOerer Iron weak lungs and a
fccrofuloui atfcciiou , and after trying many
kiuds of Patent itedicinei and the most
eminent Pi.vsicians , I commenced doctoring
myself , and at last d scovertd a Blood Searcher ,
or Root Bitter * , which not only gave me im
mediate releif , but alter a few weeks eflected
a radical cure. The cough left me * , ray lungs
! > ecame strong and souud. mr a , petite good ,
and the sr ofulous di ei d had disappeared.
Keeling confident that in 7 Discovery pos5esed
woudtr/ul healing virtues , I gave it to others
! Hic.d , and found it eBected the most miracu
lous cures in thousands nf rases , cot alone
curing Coughs , Consumption , Asthma , Catarrh ,
SiTOluIa and \Vejk Lungs , but all diseases
caued from humor * in the b'ood. Thcdemand
from my friends and other * bearing about these
Bitters becoming very great , I commenced jiut-
I n < them up for kale , calling hem Kl'.AZItK'S
EOOT BITTCIiS. I was at first backward in
proentius either myvelf or medicine to the
public- not being a Patent Medicine Man , but
I am getting bravely o er that. I have sold
thousands cf Ixiilles it my lloot Bitlerg , and
it is my desire and determination to place the
same within tbereaih of ettry suffering man ,
woman and child on tue fain of the civilized
The grand principle that operates in these
Boot Bitters k the puwer they jwssess in cleansIng -
Ing the turgid blood and banishing the vile
liuinorj from the system. Itoot IWte s are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounded
from roots combined with herbs and pla its ,
many of wliiih were used in the ijo d o.d days
of our forefathers , when people were cured by
tome simple root or herb , and whei l alouiel
tuJ other poUous of the miuer.l kingdom
They oi a all the natural passages of the
body , cast out disease , take away all s.ckness
and build up tha system with pure blood ,
hence they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment.
No iHirson cau take Itoot Bitters and remain
lone uuwtll. Victory upon victory they hive
gained over disease anil death In all stations
and conditions in life. They are constantly ef-
lecting currs of the utmo > t importance. J-or
Consumption , Astuma , scrofula , SirofuIousL-
ruptious , Cjtarrheik Luiigs 1 est > itaiitv
and Brokeu-dowu Constitutions , these Ko.it
Bitters tro uuive sal y admitted to be the most
wonderful Medical lu-omry known to the
world. 1 heir pactoral healiug prop , rties pene-
traleevary poitionof thu hunun frame , soetli-
ins the Lungs , slreugtbeiilns tha Stomach ,
Kdisjs aud Liver , cleansing iho blood from
ver/ kind of humor. No other medicine will
cure Chronic Rheumatism , .Neuralgia ,
Heart Disease , Fits , Uizziots * . Headache ,
Dyspepsia , Fever and gue , Costiveness , Pile' ,
Urinary Diseases , Kidney Disease , and Liver
Complaint , so quickly as this Root Hitters. All
Birth diseases are caused from a bed stomach
snd a poisonous condition of the blood. 1-or
vcaUy. nervous youngmen , suflering Irom loss
ot memory , losi of energy , etc. , caused Irom
abuses la early life.and to delicate fernaleyhcse
strengthening Root Hitters are e-pcci-My re
commended. One bottle will do noie toward
Tetter , fever
the Blood than all Other rpuitdUi * In existence
G. W. FRAZIER ,
Frazlers Coot Bitters are sold by all the lead-
Inf DruRglsts , storekeepers and Chemist * , bold
Wholesale by Mrong 4 Cobb 193 "uperior
street , and Benton Myers A Canueld , JJ \\at-
O. 1L L. Fahuestock A
er airetii. Cleveland , v ; * - - - -
f. Gcodsin i Co. ,
< / > . , PilUburz ; George
Boston ; John K. Ifnorv Curran A to , Lnned
States Mo4icine IJonic. 8 and ? Allege l l * < * i
New VorkVyth Urotliers , l'lnad | < . ) iilj a ; Tul-
ler 4 Fuller , Chicago ; John l , lkark , Cuicmua-
II. and other first-class Pru , ; Houses.
Show this notice to your druggist orstore-
keeper. A k for FR.VZIEIIS P.OOT HITTKRS ,
and accept n.i mlistitme whatever. Price with
in the reach of all-St per bottle six bottles
COMMERCIAL TRAVE ERS who solicit
orders by UAllD , CATAUiUK ( , TRADE-
LIsT. SAMPLE. OK OTHER cPECIMEN.
also those who visit their customers and solicit
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Rail or Boat , telling any class of grxxls , are re
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VATE AUOlll S , as below , st.ting class of
< goo.li they sell , and br whom employed ; also
those who are at present under no eiu-agenient.
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will be CONFIDENTIALLY treated and duly
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FIRST CLASS CANVASSING AQEN13
Address the Publbhcrs ,
5/19 / & 551 Broadway , ter
MY ONLY GHOST.
[ Concluded. )
"Oh , we climbed by the western
vine. It was nothing to us : we
often live in de&erted houses in the
summer ; a fortress is no stronger
than its weakest point. "We are
acrobats , we go over roofs , up vines ,
Into windows easily ; but I must go.
You will find a little place under
the fence where * ve have removed a
board. After nightfall we could
creep in , and then.ascend by the
vine. We always went out by the
front door , when we could , and that
was often , for you went for your
walks , or were shut up in the din
ing-room , or library. "We know
how to watch our chance , both
within and without. Never was a
city house so sheltered from outside
observation as this ; you have no
neighbors in the intrusive sense.
We have unfastened a window or
two out of which we could always
drop into the garden. You have
been a placid and kindly hostess to
two people who love diablerie ; be
lieve me , niadauie , wo could have
frightened you out of your wits ! ' '
She darted up stairs and returned
like lightning , went to Mr. Ays
cough table and gathered some more'
sheets of paper , rolled them rapidly
together , took one of my marble j
hands , and pressing it kindly , skip
ped out of the door.
Yes , I let her go. I was power
less. Down thi * front staircase , out
of that handsome , respectable house
she went , and I had promised to
protect it ! Two tumblers acrobats
gymnasts thieves , murderers , bur
glars , for aught I knew , had been
tellow inmates with me , and I had
let one of them go a pretty protec
tress ! I can not remember how I did
it , but I know I wrote a telegram to
Mr Ayscough and sent Nancy for
the doctor. I know I wrote also a
lettnr , for it is befora me.
"Mt : . AYSCOUGH : Yesterday in
visiting your apartment I became
convinced that some intruder had
been meddling with your inkstand.
I will confess to 3011 that I have
been the victim of superstitious
fears , and that I believed once that
I saw the ghost of your wife. I was
weak enough to feel these fears
come over me again. As I searched
about the room-s , half V\ terror , I
observed the little garretdoor swing
gently open. I ascended to find a
woman sleeping in the nursery bed ,
So astonishing was the likeness la
Gertrude's picture , that I still be
lieved I saw a wraith.
"I took the hand , however , of a
live woman. Jt was the acrobat
Rosalind , now performing at Blake-
ley Theatre. She and her husband
have gained access to the jjarryt
rooms in tllP Pflrly &um.m.cr by
means of the wisteria vine , have
lived there ever since.
"She hi s taken nothing. I have
lot her escape. Forgive mo and
forgive her. She seems a half-
crazed poor creature , and I have a
fellow-feeling lor he- .
"M.vitY MAKTIN. "
When the doctor came I was past
speech or action. In the delirium
of a hrajn fever I passed the next
When Mr. Ayseough arrived he
read my letter. The doctor says his
fury surpassed all description. I
do not wonder ! to have nothing to
wreak his vengeance upon but a
feeble old woman , battling in ( bg
idiocy of a brain fever ,
Yes ; yes \ there were the acrobats
bats ! They were to be found and
punished. They , the miserable djs-
turliers of his holiest solitiule , the
invaders of hj.s de.ire4 privacy , he
would wreak his vengeance on
The doctor , sitting by my betMcle ,
heard his infuriated words , and at
the same time glanced over the
"Stop , Mr. Ayscough , " paid the -
old gentleman , "your indignation
isjubt and natural- hut the power
of revenge la taken from you. A
greater than wo are has spoken.
'Vengeance Is mine , ' saith the
Lord. And he read tlie following
"HORRIBLn ACCIPIJXT AT TIIE
BLAKELY TIIKATRE. The well-
known German acrobats , Ferdinand
and Rosalind , In the performance
of their great Hying trapeze act , last
evening , missed the bar and fell
with terrible force to the floor. The
woman is dead. The man still
lingers , suflering horribly. TAJ was
noticed as being unsteady and ner
vous when he began , and the
woman was evidently entreating
him to stop ; but he would not. She
was a beautiful and loving creature ,
evidently educated above her pro
fession ; but the man is said to have
been a drunken and sullen brute.
This terrible accident of course
caused an immense sensation. The
large audience immediately dis
persed , saddened by this dreadful
spectacle. It is to be hoped that it
will bring these acrobatic perform
ances into disfavor for a long time. "
I never saw Mr. Ayscough "again ;
hut he left me a handsome present.
afterward had reason to believe
that he gave the unfortunate acrobat
bat a decent and Christian funeral.
I never attempted again to live
alone in a great house , nordo I flat
ter myself a woman of courage ; all
that dear allusion was taken out of
me by rather an extraordinary ex-
porienuo I grant ; but still it has been
taken away. True courage would
not have fainted away ; true cour
age would have caught the woman ,
and would not have had a brain fo-
ver. Yet , for all she cost me , T have
still a grent tenderness for my only
ghost. Fromthe Aldlnefor Augmt.
CONDITION OF THE CROPS.
Digest of the Monthly Eepcrt of
the Department of Ac-
"WASHINGTON , Aug. 2 , 1S74.
The report of the Department of JL
Agriculture for July shows that the
average condition of winter wheat pi
for the whole country is 104. The
most favorable conditions of growth 4
are found in several of the States in
which other crops suffered mest se
verely. Arkansas , maximum , 144 :
Tennessee , 110 , West Virginia , 118 :
Kentucky , 117. In these States a
severe and destructive drought com
mencing shortly before wheat har
vest gave to this grain a line oppor
tunity for ripening thoroughly , but
told fearfully upon all spring and
summer crops. In the Middle States "
the crop was jrenerally above the
average , and in the States
north of the Ohio .River ,
nearly or quite average. Ohio JL
where drought has most prevailed ,
shows the highest average 105.
"West of the Mississippi the crop was
generally very good and above
average , except where late sowings $
vcre caught by chinch bugs , which ,
with other causes , reduced the aver
age of Kansas to 90. This plague
was also felt in a fe\v localities in
Virginia and 3Torth Carolina , but E
the crop in the southern wheat pot
States generally showed a consider
able margin above average , though for
Texas reached only 84. In OX
England the small acreage of win pO
wheat was somewhat injured by m log
winter killing. The Pultz wheat , mi
from seed furnished by this depart-
I ment , is favorably reported from
i Chester , Pa. , but rusted badlv and
I yielded lightly in Talbot , Md. In
j Buckhighaui , Va. , it excelled all
j other varieties. In Augusta it
ripened several days before any
other. In .Madison it retained its
prestige , as also in Bath ; but in
Spottsylvania it yielded only a half
crop , and rusted badly in Dinwid-
dle. In .Stanley , Xorth Carolina ,
binders complain of the weight of
the sheaves. In Fannin , Georgia ,
it was hardy , vigorous and productive -
_ tive , excelling all other varieties.
'Rappahannock wheat is also re
ported as. very successful in several
portions of the country , its occasion
al failures being generally traced to
special abnormal conditions.
fallows a general average of ninety
feix. In Xew England it was , on
the whole , considerably' above the
average , though backward in sever
al counties. In the few counties
crowing tlie crop in the Middle
States it is below average. In sev
eral counties in Indiana the chinch
bug was demonstrated seriously.
In the Northwestern States it es
pecially suflered from the ravages of
the chinch bugs and other insects.
In Ohio , Nebraska and on the Pa
cific coast generally the crop was
above average. In Morgan county ,
Indiana , soveral. fields were de
stroyed and were ploughed up to be
put into other crops. Illinois re
ports numerous casualties of similar
character , and in those districts of
AViscon&in where droughts prevailed
the same misfortune is noted. In
several localities of Iowa timely
rains destroyed the young insects
and saved the crops from their rav
ages , but not until after considera
ble damage had been done. In
Missouri the chinch nuisance was
quite serious. In Caldwell county
the injury to the crop was estimated
from thirty-five to fifty per cent. It
is noticed in Benton that while the
crop was badly injured on prairie
soils on timber land it reached a
Pettis reports the insects as reducing
the crop from twenty-five to thirty
per cunt. In other counties , how
ever , the pest is hardly noticeable
and the crops are uncommonly
promising , fhe chinch also Infests
the spring wheat of Kansas ; in
Anderson they nearly ruined the
crop. In Frar.klin and Wilson far
mers propose to sow no more wheat
till secured against this risk. In
some counties , as in Montgomery ,
early .sowings were but lightly af
fected. In Nebraska , where the
pet did not appear , tlie crop was
above average. In one or two coun
ties an aversion to
IM1T.OVK1) MACHINERY FOR HAR
Is noted. Farmers preferred having
extra labor to purchasing reapers
and mowers. In some localities of
California the crop was aft'jcted by
hot dry weather and north winds.
In some counties in Oregon heavy
rains produced a heavy giowth ,
which it was feared might prove ex-
cesiive. In Utah the crop was in
jured by etjUworms.
THU SOUGHTM CROP.
Alabama has Increased her acre
age of sorghum 11 percent. ; Minnesota
seta , 9 per cent. ; Texas , G per cent. ;
Mississippi and Aikansas , 3 per
cent ; Kansas , 1 per cent , Dela
ware reports the same average as
L-tst year. In other States there is a
decjjno , the minimum , 77 per cent ,
being in Maryland , New England ,
New York , New Jersey , Pennsyl
vania , South Carolina , Florida ,
Louisiana , California and Oregon ,
makp no returns of the crop. . , The
condition is one per cent , above the
average In Texas ; full average in
Delaware , Michigan andWIsconsin ;
m the other States It is deficient , <
Kentucky showing the greatest de-
dine 13 per cent , below the aver
age. Several counties in different
parts of the country report a declin
ing Interest in sorghum culture.
THI : WOOL CLIP
was larger than last year. In Ne
braska , 151Oregon ; , 124 ; Califor
nia , 120 ; Connecticut , 117 ; Minnesota .
seta , 110 ; Texas , 104 ; Massachu
setts , Louisiana and Indiana , 103 ;
Arkansas and Missouri , 102 ; South
Carolina , 101. It was equal to last
vear In New Jersey , Michigan and
Iowa. The greatest decrease , 11
per cent , was in Vermont. Among
the larger wool-producing States , _
Ohio decreases her clip 3 per cent ;
Illinois , 4 per cent ; New York and
Pennsylvania , 2 per cent ; "Wiscon
sin , 3 per cent ; Kentucky , 9 per
cent. There is a very marked in
crease of wool production in the
States west of the Mississippi and
on the Pacific coast.
TUG COMING STKUGGLE.
The voters of our nation ,
' s ne\r was Lnowii Imiore , '
Arc rising from Pacific's Mran4
To Atlantic's roccy there.
Winit ths mighty change ? 4
\ \ hat CJH the i.iraniu be ?
The rising of the nias-es
From northern lake to southeru'sea.
The spirit of old seventy-sir
From out our heroes' cra'cs *
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots'blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
Tlie motto which our coins once bore ,
Though obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not one cent for tribute.
Iut ! millions for defense. C
I'aity ties and party liw ; IINi
\re but as rope of sand. NiCi
Thptijntf of mm o li a man
Should govern Freedom's laivl. CiG
Tlie-i shill our Flag more proudly float CiJt CiA
O'er land as well as sej ,
Ami n itlons yet unborn shall slcdlv greet JtBi
Iheeuibleiuof . Bi
In trade we'll try to d-al , NiDi
As man should deal 1th man , DiSt
Add h Ie wo seek t > live ourselves , St
e'll sell as cheap as atirbodr can.
And if a hat ycu need ,
Or fries I you chance tn meet ,
Remember Iluncc. the Hatter ,
Ou Upper Douglja fctrevl , 8d id
H. GKEUK. . . 3d
r. J. KARBAOI 3d
GUEItE & KARBACII , lOd
15th st. between Fan.liau and srncf bU Cd
OMAHA , - . NEB. 8d
MA.N UFACTCRER O1T 6dW
Spring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES AM ) CARRIAGES.
Dealers In and manufacturers of -
AGHICDLTUIIAL DIPLE3IENTS ! Oa
pARTICUMll JVENTION PAID TO
IIOKSfc : SHOEING. , .
it wagonn and blacksmlthlng JtiiUi
prompilv iloni-Ht reasonable nrices mvdAwg
400,009 ACRES ! StTt TtCc
OF f HE FINEST
Elkliorn Valley Lauds !
FOR SALE BY
, - - ITob ClsH
LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the BeAt
FINEST in the STATE ! Mi
And'will he sold at from
$2,50 to $5,00 PER ACRE ! u
For Cash or on long Time.
E"LAXD EXPLORING 1 ICK-
ETS for sale at O. & X. W. De
, bearing coupons which will
taken at full cost in payment
fn OOA IE t DAY. Agents waut- AtHi
IO 3) ( ) ed. AH dassei ot work- Hi
people of either sex , young or old , : aake HiMl [
more taoner at wort for us In their spare mo-
menticralltb tlin than at anrthrae die.
Additu STINSOJi & Co. , Portland , llline- .
Monev and Commerce.
OFFICE OMAHA DAILY BEE , )
August 6 , 1374. J
The money market is quiet to
day , showing no new features.
Banks are in good condition , with
large balances ; discounts liberal for
TIIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants ( selling ) § 820.00
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
In our general market we have
nothing new to offer , as all lines
are firm at last quotations.
The regular morning shower with
which we have been favored lor the
past few days may be said to have
benefit'ted , "if not advanced , our
local trade , particularly in the dry
and fancy jjoods lin.es.
OBIAHA MABKETfl. '
Car fully Corrected Dallr
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Aliens _ . _ 9 %
American . .w . . H . . . . . 9 %
Bristol . . \ 7.7r.'l ! ' 9
Maroers 8 %
Hamilton - * < H
Merrimack 1) "SJi
Peabody . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 %
Kichmood. . . "yj-2
Simpsou's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . -y
Bright 4-1 . .
Boot G _ g
Cabot 4-1 12 %
Lonsdale _ . _ .
N. Y. Mi.ls _ 18 %
Peterboro- . H
Suffolk L _ . . . . . . . . . _ S %
Pcpperell 8-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 31
i | > 10 . . . . . . . . . _ , ! , , 3&y
Farmers and Mechanics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3514
Great Western. . . . . 26
Albion , A _ 3t
Btdford , E . 5
Orantville , El . . . _ jQJi
Gerinania , B B _ yy
I.angley. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ . . . . . _ lj
L. It s. _ 9
American M. n
Bates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .w. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " " 13
Lincaster jt ;
Amoskpag , a c a , . . . . . . . . . . .
Biddeford . . 17
H-a er Creek , BB _ IB ) |
( tis , B 15. . . . . . _ " " " " " " \IY
Oti , C C _ ! . . . . .I ! . . ! 15
Biddeford _ 1 J6K
KURTZ MOHK A co. , U3U Parnham
Clark's O. N. T _ , . _ -n
'oat's . _ j . 73
Merrlck's - . - . _ 4215
. . . _ . . . . . . _ _ . . , . . _ , . . . . _ -5 W@2 00
British. . . . . . . . . . . _ ' . . 3 00(36 ( 00
Dickens' best _ _ ' 90
' " " ' " " ' " "
King William. . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . ' . . l : s
' ' ' ' ' " ' " "
Douiestic. . . . _ . n-j . ! 1 80
bianley - . . . "
im--L. " . 2 "iO
Ottoman strips. . . _ 2 25(36 ( 50
, . . , . SHIBTrf.
White common. . . . . . . S10 50
' ' ' ' " "
' ; medium. . . _ . . . . . . . . . 15 00
custom luaiie. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! . . . 30 00
Percale . _ . . . . . . . . _ . . _ S1200a24 CO
Calico . . _ . . . . _ _ . 4 75H7 50
, , OT EKALL3.
Brown drill . _ . _ 55 5037 25
duck. . . _ " 7 7529 QO
Blue drill . _ _ . 7 O0a7 50
' ' ' " ' "
. du < : t . - . . . . . . . . - . . 8 OOaJ 50
" hue . - . _ .
, - , , CORSETS.
French whaleVoue . _ . . . . . . . 5 25a8 M
' " " "
Comet - . . . . . " "HI S 50
Linen ' ' printed . . _ . 8 9 00
J. ( J. KOSENFELD glVCS US tlie
following quotations his day :
Butter , active , 20 cts. in tubs ; Eggs
firm , at 15c per dozen ; Live
Chickens , 2 00@2 50 per doz. ; Goose
berries , 2 50 per bu. ; Cherries ,
80 per bu ; Lemsns,12 00 per
box. ana Raspberries,20c per quart ;
blackberries , 20c ; currants 20c.
JOHN T. EDGAR.
Common ( bar.m..M m-.f- > - _ >
llorse shoe b i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . .l. ! . . . . 6
Norway nail rod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ y..l. ] \
Cast plow ] 2
uermon. . . _ _ _ - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . n
American casn.oc'agon and sqiiare 18ft 22
Jess.ip's Engihh do do . . . 25M 40
Burden's horse shoes , per keg . . . . . . . . 725
do mule do do . . . . . . . . . . . 8 23
Northwestern horse nails . . . 22a 22
Dundee thluiblc skeins , discount 45 pir cent.
Stor half patent axles , discount 10 per cent.
to COJ per keg . _ " " _ H JQ
do . . . . . 4 as
do 4 L
du 4 bo
do _ _ _ 5 10
fine do . . . . 7 in
finis'ng do , ; . | " " 5 3 $
do do .
f. < v\
' ' " "
. 5 gj
casing do . . . . . _ . . . .jm ) 485
do do . . . . . . . . , . . .M UJJ. " I 5 10
do do . . . . . . . . . ' " ' 5 35
Wrought , all sizes . . V. 0 83
Carriige and tire _
.dlscount TO pr c
Narrow wrought , fastoint discount 20 pr c
Cast , loose pin reversible do 35 ao
Ilajr and manure forks .dbcount 20 prc
lloes and golden rakes do 25 do
Strap and T discount 25 pr c
Taft's black discount ,5
Coe's immitation. . . do 45 pr do c
Coe's genuine do 20 do-
Holt's Ha. > est Klng.per do.- , net ' 2 00
Champion . . . . 1
Ucald's Eureka , ? S
do red .Hr J8W
SPADE3 JLSD SUCVIIS.
Rowland's No2 black shovels I > II " i * on
do do polished do "
do i * m
do do black spades do
Moore do polished 4
* do .
do's "springpoint" ' " 13 w
Uppencott's Western Crown _ Js
do do do h.TrieaI
do do25Unionlr"h7.7.'ZI - " i ? AQ
eo do 35 do Britanu : ! J3 00
Uvdole's , A E No 1 ,
Hammond' * A E Ko 2
Moms' shingling.No 1 , $7 00
Uo do do 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 00
do do do ? _ _ _ , , _ _ , iIm , 9 COde
do clxw do 1.- . _ _ . _ 7 50
< ] c o do 2. imnMi.iL 8 5fl
BestBuffalo , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Matamoras do . . . . -Ao. 2 , 32c ; No. l.Sj
Beat Oak do , 43@45c
Baltimore Oak Sole. . SSc
irench Kij s SI10(32 ( 00
do Calf , leading brands $2 10&2 50
Domestic Kips SI 00 < ul 30
do Calf. . . .S1 35 < jjl 75
Hemlock Upper , per foot -JSQSOc
Oak do do 30c
Grain do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SOc
Linings , per dozen S7 00@10 00
Tupping do $11 OO&H 00
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , aiQ45c
do ( Oil Crested ) do . . _ .3C < u40c
do ( Simon ) S3 00 3 25
do ( Glove Kid , ) SJ 50 < a5 00
Welt Leather , per a . -c ° 3- ° °
Boot Webbing , per bolt 4f@70c
Oak Harnsss Leal her , " Pittsburg , " 45c
do do do No. 1 , 40@42c
do do do No. 2 , 3S@40c
Oak Line do . 44@4Cc
Hfiulock IFarness Leather , > o. 1 , _ 39Q4Uc
do do do No. 2 , . . .37 39c
Ilemlocfc Line do . . . . . 44ij4Cc (
1-air Bridle , per side , S6 00@7 00
Team Collars , per doz. . . . . . . . . . . ? 25 50(525 ( 50
Stage do do 321 50
Scotch do do S3S 00
ioncoid do do . . . . . . . $33 CO
Collar Leathei ( Black ) per loot , I ( u24c
do do ( Kusset ) ilo
Patent Dash Leather 15c
Powell & Co. , Soap monufacturers.
SapcPublico , 6 l-26 3 4 ; Savon
RepubLc , de. , Chemical Oliye , 6 to
61-2 ; Palm , 5@514 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer iu fine art goods ,
270 Earnham Street , furnishes the
following quotations :
Oil walnut mouldings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch iOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 Inch
15c ; 3inch21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
G@15c ; 2 inch 12@30c ; 3 inch 18 ©
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 510c ; 2 inch 1020c ; 3 inch l
Plain bands , 6 feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00@
4 00 ; each additional foot , 75o per
Union ind all wool terry , per yard
_ 50@3 )0 ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 5Ua8 00.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
3 00a4 00 ; Excelsior , 3 50a4 50.
fcubiect to change ol market vritnout *
WM. M. FOSTER ,
Ou U. P. R. R. track bet. t iruhaiu ai
GEO A. HOAGLAXl.
Joists , studding and sills , 20 It , and un
der . . . . . . . . . . . . . $ -W 00
Over20f t. each adJitioual ft add'1 60
Fencing No 1 -9 00
do No 2 - 21 09
1st cumui'in boards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 00
2nd do do 22 W )
"A" sto.k Iwardi , 10 and 12 inch 5U 00
"B" do do do UO H5 00
"Ci" do do do do , 0 00
1st clear , 1 , IJi , I/ and 2 inch _ 65 00
2d do do do do . 55 00
3d do do do do _ 45 UO
Flooring , clear . 50 00
do 1st common. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 00
do 2d do - 35 W )
do 3d do J.I 50
do narrow , clear. 4500
1st clear ceiling % Inch 35 00
I'd Uo do y ineh 32 50
1st do do % Inch _ . _ . 30 00
2d do do % iuch 27 50
1st clear siding _ 27 00
2J do do _ 26 00
1st common siding _ -I 00
if do do . 200 \
A" shinies _ 4 23
Extra No 1 shingles 3 U )
Common No 1 sh.ngles 2 00
Lath per 1000 3 5o
DA It picketseer 100 3 5o
Square do do do . . . . . . . - -
O G Batten per lineal It. I1
Botijib do do do
Liberal discount on carload lots
WINDOWS , ( .Glazed. )
35 per cent off Ciiicago list.
DOOUS , ( Wedged )
25 per ceut OH CI icaso J'St.
30 per cent off l-st.
White lime per bbl SI 73@2 00
Lonisville cf incut per bbl 3 00 ( 3 25
Fluster paris per bbl 3 50&3 75
Plastering hair per bushel 40
Tarn d felt - *
1'labterlng boacu. . . _ " %
OILS. rAIXT1 * . GLASS , &c.
N. I. D.KOLOMOjS.
.ROBERT C. KTEELL.
Coal Oil . . . S 19 J ard Ull , No 15 951 00
Linseed ] Oil , raw. 105 ' '
" " bl'd.v 1 10 | | | | wlnter'i' jn
Turpentine _ B5
Headlight Oil. 28 Lubricating I "
W. Va. (
White Lead , St. Loui , t Jctly Pure _ 8 11
randi. . . . . . H
EnsraeldGIassVcoIori' . ; ; . ' . . 1 00
Window Glas . 60 B c discount
TIN , SHEET-IBO . WISE
FULTON ROGERS , COR. Hth &
10x14 10 , lair quantr. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . 8l 00
lOxU Ic , best quality - 13 SO
114 IX do do
do do . . . . . .
12x12 IX do do . - . - J700
1U20 1C do do . - . . . . . . - 15 50
14x20 IX do do _ - . n W
14X20 IXX do do _ . _ . . . . _ - 2050
14x20 IXXXdo _ . _ M _ . . . . . . 23 50
HO plate DC ( best qualityV. . . . . . . . . . . . 23 50
100 plate DX , do d.i . _ . U 00
100 plate DXX do do _ . . . . . 17 00
100 plate DXXX do do - SO 00
Roofing 1C charcoal do do _ . 13 00
HooSnglX do Uo do - 1C 00
10x14 1U coke o do _ 12 50
20x23 10 charcoal Toofeg _ . - 27 50
20x28 1C charcoal roo.lttf. . - . . . . . - 32 50
elx4 IXcharcoa\ _ 23 00
10x20 coke ( for cutters ? _ . . . . 21 00 >
Large pgs. ! . _
Small pigs _
Bar tin .
Sheet tin 25 to 36 In. . . . . . . . . . . .
do do do lr half casks. . . . . . 11 %
do do do in 250 & casks. . . 12 J.
Sheet 24 to 35 inchea per sheet. . . . . 12 %
Tinners , soldei ( extra refined. . . . , . . . . - 25
do do No. i ju.i..I. , 23
da do roofiug. . . . . . . . 2t
first quality , Numbers 1C to 21. . . .
do do do ' . ' 5. . . . . . . . . . . .
do do do 2C ,
do do do & 7 . . .
Charcoal , both sides smothe
do N 44.
do do iC
do do 27
Junista , No. 2 *
do 1o L'6
do do 27
ttcasia perfect 7 to 12. .
do No. J , stained ,
less tnaa lull bundles , add one cent.
"A"Americaii immital'n Russia , Ml Nos.
Less than lull bundled add one tent.
BTEELE i JOHNSON 538-540 14T1I ST.
CLARK & FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AND
PIJNDT , MEYER & RAAPKE , 212 FARN-
HVM ST. . WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MORGAX & GALLAGHER , 205 Farn-
WHITNEY , J1AUSERMAN & Co. , 247
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Granulated pi Ib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Powdered do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Crushed do . . . . . . . 12
Refd cut loaf do _ . . 13
Standard A do . . .
Circle A do _ . .
Extia C do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Yellow C do
N O choice do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . .
Rio choice pr ID. . . . . . . . . . . - 26j27
do prime do . . .i. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
do good do 24i25
O Cr Java. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 31s35
Common pr gallon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S5a45
Good uo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5taaC5
Choice do 70aSO
do N O lAoLisses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fcO
Rangoon choice. . .
M Wesk i Co 16 } . ' 17
fechofezi M . . . . -i- i 1717
Missouri Vrlley. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ca6 }
Kirk's SaTOU. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6x
M. Weak fc Co. . . . . . . . . . 7a7 |
frchofer's German 7
Kirk's standard . 4 %
do sterling . . . . . _ . . 4a4
Black goods , Western 43
J do do Virginia _ 50a55
do do Lorrilard's. . . . . . . . . . . . 55aGO
Bright do do do OUaCo
do do Virginia . . . . f 3a'0 '
Natural lejf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75a9 >
California peachrs per pound 16 > ial7
do apples do . . . . . . . . . . . . r l'2 %
flute do do Iial4 > i
New currants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Say
do prunes 14all > j
do German cherries _ 17
do bl ckberrics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
do raspberries SSalO
do raisins , per box S3 Cede
do seedless raisins , per pound. . . . . . . . . 12 > j
New In barrels . . . . . .S2 70u2 83
do dfllry4..n. . . . . . . . . < . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 50 < t5 73
2poundcanMyer'soys'erspercase..SI 25a4 50
1 do do do do do . . . 2 50a2 75
1 dc do William's do du . . . 4 Ota4 75
2 do do peaches per case 5 50
3 do do do do 7 73a3 00
2 do do tomatoes do . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 50a3 75
3 do do do do . . . . . _ S 00
Corn , Tropny per case . . . . . 5 10
do Wlnslow uo 5 50
do Yarmouth do _ _ 5 50
Strawberries , do . 4 COal 75
Raspberries , do . . 4 00
Pineapples , do . 5 00
Oolon/3 J , per pound . 25a75
Young Hyson , per pound 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . . _ . . COal 25
Snow Flake , ( Wells i Nieman ) 4 oO
Gold Dust 3 10 i
XXXX Iowa City 3 00
California 4 73a5 10
GHBHifs , hear ; weight . . . . _ _ ISgl'J
.o light do _ . _ . . 17&1S
lips , four biuhel. . . HS 1S
odee guniiies..M. . . * . . . . . . . . . M * IS
tin butts , AmosLcg A SOuSl
.o do Ludlow a a..M..K..M. & 4kgJ5 )
Nutmegs , Penang testper pound. . . . . . 1 3al 4 (
UjTei do do . . . . _ CO
Alspice do do . . . . ISa 0 |
Cinamon baik du dj 33a4C
COLUMBIA RlVIUt SALMOK.
% bbls. , luO fts $9 500slO 00
1 tt > cans , per dot _ 2 5U < j 2 73
do do _ 3 SOfo 4 00
No. 1 kits 1 15(5 ( 1 25
Family in kits 1 10 ® 1 20
V bbls 6 30y ( 7 00
Famiiyin bbls. . 5 30jj ( C 10
Family , in kits 1 10@ 1 20
No. 1 , do 1 COM 2 0 >
Mets. do 3 Wdy 3 23
Family , % lib's- 6 Ti'y 6 10
No. 1 , do 9 00@10 CO
Sardines , } 4 boxes _ 10 30ftil7 to
A. E. SIMPSON , Manufactuier , 532
H. Upman . . _ / $ M. S M 00
Keconstruction. . do 3. ) 00
Grand Central. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 35 00
Universal . do 40 00
Yani do 4300
La Boquet . . . . . . . do 50 00
btmon Pure do 50 CO
Pjnigas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. . . . do 73 10
Yours Truly - . . _ - do d5 00
Gold Medal . . . . . . . . do 50 00
La Espanola do GO 00
Triple Crown do 75 OU
Henry Clay do 100 00
De Villfr- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - _ do 100 00
Y Vilier. . . _ do 10J 00
1876 do 7510
CALIIOUN MILLS FLOUlt.
Wholesale depot 548 14'h Street.
Hall barrel sacks. . 2 DC
Chicago , Hock Island
and Pacific E. K.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Des Moines , l/avenport and Rock Inland.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
U'EiTINOUOL'SK PATENT AlR littiKRS and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad , for Oskaloosa , Ottumwa , Keokuk
and St. Lonia.
AT GK1NNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington ,
Cedar Rapids & Minnesota Railroad , for
Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubuque A .St.
Paul , At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western nrancb , for Muscatiuu.
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVKNPORT with the Davenport 4 St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Unioa
Railroad for Freeport , Be. jit , liacine , Mil
waukee and all points in northern Llinols
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Rocktord , Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and pointa south.
AT ROCK ISLAM } ) with the Peoria & Rock
Island Railioad for Pgoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC. , with branch , for Hen
ry , Lacere , Chillicothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT Cii/CAoO / w"1 ! aU lines East , North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities ,
la tbi line , can bo procured , and any information
mation obtained , concerning points , at the
ticket offtce of the company , 123 Farnham St. ,
Omaha , and also at > l > e principal ticket offices
along the llnDof tfea p/p. R.'a.
DajfjcaRe ChecUed Tbrongb to all
Principal Eaatcm PoiutK.
A. M. SMITH , H. BIDDLE ,
Gen'l Pasa'r ' '
Aft , Gen'l Hup't
. H. LACEY , 8. 8. 8TEVENB ,
Ticket Agent , Qen'l Weatern Ag't
a2SU Oouh * Omaha.
Sioux City & Pacific R , R ,
The Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
NORTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains via thU route.
1. At II. P. Transfer with Un Pacific
Railroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
and Council BlufijRailroad for St. Louis
and all point * scuta.
3. At ML-sourl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway lot Chicago and all
4. At Siour City with Siour City and 5
Paul , Illinois Central and Dakota t'outhern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River ,
during navigation and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont , Nebraska , with the Union
Pacific railroad lor all points west and the
7. AtrWlsne" with stages for Norfolk and al !
points In Northern Nebraska.
JWTickets for sale In Chicago and North
western Railway offices.
sure your tickets read Tia S. C. A P.
L. BURNETT , Sop'U
F. C. HILLS. Q n- Ticket AK't.
QEO. W..OKATTAN ,
The Popular Route from
O H\dI.A.E3 : .A.
Chicago and the East !
TrAVMerlno.Fort DolzrDnbiiqueIJ >
Cro se , 1'inlrl-Du ( lilcii. AVIiioua ,
St. l' iilDiilull , Jnnr > villct Ktno-
hlia , Urreit i.n , ISuclue , Meveii'ii
1'oliit. Wntrrtotvii , O hk"-Nh , Ken
Du Lac. OladUon mid Mll\rnukee.
It Beiug the Shortest and KListCouiDleted Line
Constant improv > m nts have taken place In
the way of reducing ( > iadeand plarlng Iron
with Steel Kail * , adJing to its roillag stock
new ami Elegant
DAI' and SL.KEP1NG CARS
Equipped with the"W dtiLghou eAir Bra e"
and "Jliller Mat'orm , " establishing comturta-
Lieand couituiviiuus Eating lluuses , oa'ering all
the comf iris ol trareling the age can produce.
Froicx to ID Fast Express Tralus ruu each
way dally o\er the various lines of thU road ,
thus securing tu the traveler selecting this
route sure audcertain connections in any di-
rectioa he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION , for
Sioux C ty , Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT CllAMD JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
Des Moitics , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT SlAKSlIAi.LfxrSt. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern points.
AT tEDAP. K A PI Pa for Waterloo , Cedar
Fall * , Charles City , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLIN10N forDubuqne , Dun'elth , Prai
rie du Chien , LaCrosse , and all points on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Fief port , Kacinc Millwau-
kee , and all points In WNcoiiiIn ,
AT CHICAGO with sll railway lines leading
out ol Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities ria this
line can be procured , and any informal ! n ob
tained , concemini Koutes , lutes , etc , at the
Companie's Office , 21S Farnhaui Street , Omaha ,
and aKo at the principal ticket offices along the
line of the U. P. K. K.
KiTBaggage checked through to all principal
W. U. STENNETT , MARVIN HUGIIITT ,
Gen'l Pasalngo'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. H LACEY , G. G.EDDY ,
Ticket . \x't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag'tOmaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
187 = !
Tbe Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. E ,
Is the ouly dire line to
& * r . 3J otris
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMA.HA AND THE WEST
NO CIIAMOE i vaib between OmanaandSt.
lxUid ana b ttott between OMAHA
anu AiiW YOKK.
Thlsth Only Ine running a
1'ULI.TIAJiSLEEPING CAlt KAST
KllOM OriAIIA , OX AH HI VAC
OF THE ITJY1OX PACIFIC
taking otbei routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the Hi ver hUticm.
. . TKAirtS DAILT I
EASTERN AND WESTEBff CITIES
With Less Changes and lu adrince of other
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Caia ,
Palace Day Coached and Chair Cars ,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinqhouse
KB-See that your tickets read via
KatiHiis City , S' . Joseph & Council
Ulufa Ualrud ,
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets forsala lit cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
JOS.TEHON , GEO. L. 2RADBURY ,
Puts. AgU Gen' Agent.
. F. BARNARD , A. R. PAWES ,
Gen'l Sj.pt. Gen'l VMS. Agt. ,
St. Josroh. St. Joseoh.
.A. S 17.
3 TRAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I.OUIS 1V1TI1
Pullman Palace Cars
THEODQH WITHOUT CHANQB
NEW .Y OKK
ArriTi.1 of Train * bam the West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland , Buffalo & Boston
. Corn-any * Office
- - * ,
. K. coriwr Fourth < t Clitstnnt tta. ,
SI. Lou In , and at the Principal Kal'-
way Office * In the AVe ( .
CIIAS. BABCOCK , C. C. RUSSELL ,
S'thern Pass. Au't , Wcsl'n Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KANSAS UTY.
join ? E. SIMPSON. CIIAS. E. FOLLBrr ,
( Jen i Supt. , Gun'l Pass. Ag't.
29t' INDIANAPOLIS ST. Louis.
Confectioners' Tool Works ,
Tiles' Mills c& Bro. ,
JHnihlLc Jlonlds , Ice Cretm
Freeze/ * .
Nos. 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St.
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
Proprietors : 1 ESTABLISHED I86J. *
TIIOIIAS MILLS , ! -
OEO. M. MILLS , fCATALOGUES f SENT
ATLEBP.PARUCE.J upon application.
13tb St , bet. Farnbara and Harnej.
AU 5A , jTjAILOEnfQ' CLEANING Bad
don * t nuonebto nt
- * -s
Theonly known remedy for
BRIGITFS DISEASE ,
And a positive cure for
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Xer- <
voiis Debility , Dropsy ,
Non-retentlcn or Incontinence of * Urine , IrH-
tatioo. Indauiatlon or Ulcerationof the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS ,
SPERMA TORRHEA ,
Loucoerhoe or Whites , Disea ? es ol the Prostrate
Gktnd. y one in the Bladder. Colculur ,
CHAVEL OU BRICK DUST DK-
1 > OS1T ,
And Mucus or Milky.Dbch&rges.
Extract Buciia !
Permanently Cure * all DUeases'ol the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Existing In Men , Women and Children ,
No Matter What the Age :
Prof , itetle savs : "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu is worth more thin all
other Bucbus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , six bottles for
Depot 104 Duane St , , N , Y ,
A physician In attendance to answer corrc-
pouuence and give advice gratis.
WSend stamp for pamphlets , free.aa
Crane & Brigham Wholesale Agents , San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
100HAEQE P03 ADVICE AND CON
JQR J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
Jeflersou Medical College , Philadel
phia , author of .several valuable
works , jail be consulted on all diseases - .
eases of the Sexual 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 lorg standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treut diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can ibnvard let
ters ( describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
rST&'end for the Guide to Health.
J. Jl. JYO'117M.J ) .
Phy&icion and Surgeon , 101 * Duane
street , X. Y.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOOSO MHX from
the effects of Krrors and Abuses In early life.
Manhood Restored. Impedimenta to Marriage
Removed. Jfcw metrod of treatment. New
and remarkable icmediea. liooks and Circulars
sent free , in sealed envelopes. Addre % HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION , No. 2 South KinthSt. ,
Philadelphia , Pa , an Institution havingahigh
.cputation for honorable conduct and profes-
uliarles Copper ,
NI > CATTLE ItKOKER ,
SALT LAKE CITV , - - UTAH
feb271tM. . Keller ,
Proprietor of tha ]
Depot for the sale of bia ,
( & Co. ,
Corner of Bai'
RAXCISCO , CAt.
mar ? tl
Going East or South from Omaha
And Points on D. P.R.R. , : hould take th (
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And t cure lor thrmselvs the choice of Six
Popular Riatesfrom ,
AtchLsoa to Chicago and St. Louis ,
All making Reliable C Junctions and being
Tilpped with Palace Day and Sleeping far * .
Al ! d lajrand Inconvenience arrlvlnz from i
Ferries acd transfers can be avoided West of I f
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Ticket ! via j
ATCIHSO.V and th ATCin.SUN A "
Direct nd Reliable Connections are also mada I <
with the A. T. i S. F. R. R. for the '
Great Arkansas Yalley & Colorado ,
And with all lines running South to points ! n ,
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory. 5
Ask for Tickets rla '
CHAS. C.8MITH , F. WHITE
Q n'l Sapt. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
UNTIL. YOU HAVE
i LOW RESERVOIR
M E HAVE TWKLVK I.OOD KEASONa
AS why thcv will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea- ) and Clean.
They are cbe ipcst to buy ,
They are best to ue ,
Ther bake evenly and qnickly ,
Their ojeration is | > erfect ,
They have always a good draft ,
They are made oftlie bcstmnterlal
They roast perfcctlr ,
They require but little fuel ,
They are very low priced ,
all They are easily managed.
* ? They are suited to all localities ,
Excelsior Man' % Co. ,
ST. LOUIS , 310. ,
M , B O GEBS. .
Or Sngar-Coaicd , Concentrated ,
ReeS and Herbal Julco , AutU
BiUons Granules. T K LITTLE
CI tlfT" CATH.VRT1C. or Multam
li > Jarvo Physic.
The novelty of rnodcrc Jfodicai. Chemical acd
PharoULCtittcal Science Ko use of any lancet
Uk.n-4 the larse repttl-ive and naweoua pllli ,
ronjpoieil of cheap , crude , nml balky IngredlcnU ,
whca wo can by a ca-eful npplicatlou cf chemlc&t
fcieace. citny t all the cathartic and other rat-ill.
c .ail properties frosi the most saleable roctj qp
hcrbj , aaa ro.ircutnto them into a minatc Gria.
uie. icard ly larger tlinn a niuctard
BccJ , that can ue readily Btt allowed by tho&cl
the tnmpen'iv. ; f : oniactn and fastidious tutes.
Cacaii'.tlo E urcati vo 1'cllct represent * , in a
cio'tconcentritctl fora , a inuc * * cathartic power
as It embodied in any of tho'lar v pills fotmd foe
tale la the drr ehopj. Frnni their wonderful ca
thartic power , in pronortior to their fUe , peoplt
vie hare not : Hcil them art. apt to gnppota tta ;
they are hir-i.1 or lra- tic in effect. bnttuchUnol
at all the ca- > \ the different active medicinal pria.
ciplesnfhtch they aru composed bcin to tar.
nanizca end modacd. ? one by the others. * i to
proJuco a m .t Hcnrrltliitr and thor
emsjhycl qciUlj-CEdUluaiy operating-
cutbarti > .
fijOO Ilcvrarcl U hereby offered by tha pro.
prietor of ihcvo Pellets , to any cbcmitt nho ,
upon aa.ilysiiil ! finil In them any Calomtloc
other foriiij of mcrmry ct any other alnetil
Heine entirely vegetable , nopartfcalit
care isuqnin.il while u.mj : them. They ojxi-
rate without dUlnrbancc to tlie constitution , diet ,
or occupation. For Jaundice. Ilcnilachc ,
Constipation , Iiuiniro Itlood , Pain
In tno Miotililcrx , TiKhtiiCHH ot the
ClscKf , UizzIucNH , Sunr Urnctatiou
ol tlio Stoinacli , llatl tn to In
Uilioiiii attacks , Pain in
o ; KIdii-y > , Internal Fever ,
feeling iiboitt Stomach ,
ol' ttlood to > .Ica l , IIIs/x Col
ored L'riiic , Cii oclar4ilHy ana
filooniy ForcboaiuKS tak" Br
Pierco's Pleasant l u rjratlvo I'ellot * .
la csjilina ion of the remedial power of ray Par
rativ o relicts over eo jrrcat a va-icty of dlsca ? < > ,
I wHh , to ray that their action upon the
ni'imal economy liiinlvorsal , liotn
plaiid ortixHUO VHcapiii tlicir Mina
tlvo Insprcsx. A o dews coHmpaJr tbeci ;
their en r-coatins'acd tclng crcJoscd In flii *
bottles prcer > cthc'rurtucs unimpaired foranr
K-L tii of tine , in any climate. K > that , they arc af-
ray # fresh and reliable , which 1 * not the ca a
pith the pilu fontid in the dro ? Btore * . put np la
ch.anooil or p-nte-bcard boica. Recollect thxs
forc'i ' ii ! > . " \5C3 where n Laxative , Altern
fire or Purgative ii indicated , tbe o. IllUo
ri-.UH will cue the inoet perfect BaUafiCtioa la
They are flolj by all Piitcrprlilnc
Of Hggl ts st 3 ccutun bottle.
Do not allow any umgsrist to induce TOU Jo
take anythln ' els > that I.e may pay U Just as
pooil w my 1'ellcto bccac e ho raaue * a-Urs't
proSt on that whi'ii ho rccomncmla. Jf yoct
dra pist can-iot eapply them , rncloso S3 ecuU
and recent ? them y n-tnrn miil from j
C. ii'iS2'iif I.l > . , frop > r ,
BCTFALO. K. &
ASK FOR PYLE'S
BAKING- SODA I
Pi'n-u Meyer & Raanke and Whitney"
Bauscrman & Co.
CASTLE BROS. ,
Bast Xndia'G'oods ,
213 anil ! 3 FROST STUEET
San Francisco - California.
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Agent for tha
U. P. B. R. LANDS ,
Columbus , - ITeb.
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold !
Improved Farms and Town Lot * for
ONLONG- TIME ! !
STOVE ST.OE.3 ,
E. F. COOK ,
537 14th St. batwaea
, Doaglu tad Dal t
Mannfacturer nt Tin Copper and Sheet Iron
W.re , and dealer In
Cooking anrTHeating stove s
Stamp ? ! , Jaranned an ! Frenili Wir
and. Tin Eooflny , U alien nl Spouting
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