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hc'JIost Woadcrfal Medical 111
covcry of tlio Age Every 3Ii
hii emi IMiys'cIan.
Frnzicr's Great Reined
The people < 4 the United States hire I *
humbugged with alt tin-ls of Patent M'-dicln
quacks and importers fior the past Tew yea
in a most shvneiul laaucer. The writer ol t
following is olio of the victims , and bhes
present a very pKin case.
Believing tlut by cleansing the Vood n
the only true way of banishing dita e , ai
lieing a great cullerer Ir m weak lungs and
pciofulom aB'ectiou , and after trying roai
Lindi of I'atcot .M iiriues and the uic
eminent Puyeicians , 1 commenced doctor !
myself , and at last < lscovercd a Blood Search *
or Root Bitters , which not only gave me ii
mediate rcleif , but after a few weeks eflecti
a radical cure. The cough left we , my lun
became strong and s.mnd. rar a , petite goo
and the sc-ofulous disease had disappere
Keeling confident that my Discovery pos'eaa
woudvrful healing T rtues , I gave It to othe
alUIctrd , and found it effected the most mirac
Ions cures in thousands of rases , not aloi
curing Coughs Consumption , Asthma. Catarr
'Scrofula and \Veak Lung' , but all dist-as
caused from humors in the b'ood. Thedemai
from mv friends and other , bearing about the
Hitters becoming very great , I commenced pu
t n < them up foi kale , calling heui FKAZIbll
KOOr BITTER" * . I was at first backward I
presenting either myself or medicine to II
public-not beluga Patent Medicine Man , hi
1 am getting bravely o er that. I hate sol
thousands of b-.Hies of uy Itoot Bitters , an
it is my desire and determination to place tt
tame within the reach of every suffering mai
woman and child on tue face of the civilize
The grand principle that operates in the
Boot Ditters is the power they possess iu clean1
ing the turgid blood and banishing the vil
humors from the system. Hoot Bitters ai
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounde
from roots combined with herbs anil plajt :
many of whkb were used in the good old day
of our forefathers , when people were cured b
some siuipls root or herb , and whei I'alouu
s.ud other poUous of the mineral kiugdoi
They open all the natural passages of th
body , cast out disease , take away alt sicknes
and build up ths system with pare blood
hciice they must reach all diseases by puriQca
tlnn aul nourishment.
Bitters and remali
Ko can take itoot
long unwell. Victory upon victory they h.iv
death in all station
gained over dis.-uc and
and conditions in life. They are constantly cf
feeling cures of theutniO : > t importance. i'o
Consumption , Astama , scr-tula , Sirofulous E
ruptioiis , Catarrh , Wiuk Lungs , I o t Vitasiti
cud Brukcu-dowu Coils'itutioiu , these Uoo
liiturs lire unive sal y almitted tu be the mos
wonderful Medical l > iuv. ry Inuwn to tin
world. Their peuona healing proprtios i cne
trateevery poitionuf tbs human tramoso th
ing the Luuzi , strengthening the Stomach
KiJiieje and 1'ner , cleansing the blood fron
very kind of humor. No other medicine wil
lure Chronic liheauiatisui , > ejnlgia
Heart l > is Ue , Fits , Diriiuiss , Headache
Dyspepsia , Kevurand Ague , Costitcness , Piles
Urinary Diseases , Kidauy Uiiease , and Live :
Complaint , so quickly as this loot Hitlers. AI
such diseases are caused from a bad otomart
strengthening liout Jlittera are e txially re
commended. One bottle will do more toward
Bails , Flesh Worm * lilotphos. I'i | tnJ s , Urup-
tions , pimpIcioathcfaoQ.and C < imptiui | | from
tae liluud than all other remidiv * iu existence.
G. W. FRAZIER ,
, onio. !
Fr.iilirs Iloot Hitters are sold by all tbo lead-
inj Dru lsts , Storekeepers and Chemist * . Sold
Wholesale by Strong < i Cobli , 19J Superior
Caulicld 127Vat -
street , and Itenton Jlytrs A ,
-r street , Cleveland , O. ; II. 1 ( . Falineatoek A
' Oeorge I * . ti.Kidwin A Cj ,
< / > . , 1'ituburg ;
Itjstou ; John F. Jlnory Curran A Co , UniteJ
Mates Medicine House , 8 and 9 College I'Uce ,
New York ; Wyth Brothers , Philadelph a ; Ful
ler A Fuller , Chicago ; John U. 1'ark , Cincinna
ti , anJ other first-class Drug Houses.
show this notice to your druggist crstore-
kesjier. Ask fur FIIA21EUS KOU r BITTEllS ,
anJ acccjit no stibstltuie whatever. Price with
in the reach of all SI per bottle six bottles
COMMERCIAL TUAVE'.ERS who solicit
orders by OAU'J , CATAI.O JUE , TRADE-
LiaT , SAMPM : , on OTHER SPECIMEN ,
ulso those who t i H their customers and solicit
trade by purchases mde DIRECT FROM
SIOCK , and who travel in any section , by
Kail or Boat , celling any class of goods , are re
quested to seul their BUSISE S and rhl-
VATE ADDRESS , as below , st.tlng ola-e of
goods liiey it'll , uud liv whom employed ; also
those who" are at present imder no engagement.
This mate , is of ( IltEAT IMl'URl'A.NCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa esmen of this clas , or
men soliciting trade iu tills manner. It is
thcicfore Cal'ECIALLY drslrei that this
notice iiulucel the eye ot ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen in tlili couutry acd
that they will AT ONCE give it their aUen-
tiou. Those who comp'y with above request
will be CONFIDENTIALLY treated and duly
advised of object in viotr. Please address , ( by
letter onlv ) ,
care Goo. P. Rowell A Co.11 Park P.ow.
jy9eodlm NKW YOKK Ctrr.
Practical Watchmaker ,
17irarnr iiS.S. . nth at
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FIBST CLASS CASVASSIXG AGEN1S
Addrevi the Publishers ,
D. Appleton & Co. ,
& 551 Broadway ,
How a Female Prisoner was
| Frora the Det-oit Free Frcss.l
Friday evening a woman abe
thirty years old was arrested in tl
"Western District for disturbing tl
peace , and tlie event almost di
traded her , although she had see
the inside of a cell before. She b
gan howling and weeping as soc
as she waslocked up , and Bijah , tl
janitor uf the Ninth avenue statioi
felt his heart getting tender. E
offered her a harvest apple , but si
merely stopped long enough to s <
what it was , and then went on crj
ing out :
"I am dying , I know I am ! "
He besought her to live for th
sake of her husband , who LS awa
on the lakes , but she said she woul
be cold in death before morning
not set at liberty. He showed he
the almanac and tried to indue
her to peruse it and settle her mint
but she tried to pull his hair througl
the bars , and raised her voice unti
it could be heard two blocks awaj
He began reading the almanac on
loud , but she drownell lus voice
and he had to give up. Then h
went out and bought some pepper
mint drops and handed them t (
her , saying that it was a burnini
shame to arrest a lady likes her fo
merely hitting another woman 01
the ear with a shovel. She wai
quiet for a few minutes , and thei :
broke out again , and the roof of tin
station seemed to be rising up
Bijtth ollered her a pound of gum
drops , a new bonnet , a black sill
dress , house and lot , and $50,000 in
bonds if she would only quit , bul
she danced up and down and
" Lemme eout or I shall di-ah ! "
He locked all the doors and sal
down on the front steps to let hei
exhaust herself , but after an hour
and ten minutes , there being no ces
sation , lie ran in with an UK on hi * ;
shoulcier and threatened to cut her
head right off if she didn't stop.
" I won't ! I won't ! she shouted ,
dancing up and down , and taking
a fre h start. Ho drummed on the
coal scuttle with the ax to drown
her voice , but her voice drowned
the scuttle. Ho put the hos > eon the
penstock and threatened to drown
her , but .she shut her eyes and
pitched her voice on a new key.
The old man was in despair. The
men up-stair.s couldn't sleep , a.nd
people out doors thought a panther
iiad boon oagod. As the oflicer
rubbed his bald head and looked
iround his eyes lighted on an old
paper , and his smile extended from
uar to ear. He carried it in , turned
up the gas , and shouted :
"Have you read thu JSeeoher
scandal yet ? "
"Bead wbat ? " she exclaimed ,
suddenly ceasing to scream.
"The'Ueceher-Tilton mattt-r , " he
Kwtliiuod ; this 'ere thing that
iverybodi' is talking about' . " '
"Xo where Is it ? " she asked ,
nid ho pas&ed in the paper , telling
icr that if she would be good he'd
aunt up the rest uf the statement in
mother paper ; and from that ino-
nent until daylight the woman
icver uttered a word , except once ,
vhcii she asked if there weren't
: even or eight more papers wjtU
low They Finally Got Married.
( From the Providence Journal )
One long summer afternoon there
same to Ir. Davidson's the most
lurious specimen of an old bachelor
he world ever heard of. He was
ld , gray , wrinkled and odtl. He
lated old women , especially old
uaids , and wasn't afraid to say so.
le and Aunt Tatty had it hot whon-
: ver chance drew them together ;
et still he came , and ic was noticed
hat Aunt Patty took unusual pains
rith her Orcss whenever he was ex-
One day the contest wtged un-
isuixlly "trong , and Aunt Patty left
n disgust and went out into the
"That bear ! " she muttered to her-
elf , as she stopped to gather a
lower which attracted her ntten-
lon."What did you run for ? " said a
; rufr voice behind her.
"To get rid ot you. "
"You didn't do it , did you ? "
"No ; you are worse than a bur-
lock bur. "
"You won't get rid of me , either. "
"I won't , eh ? "
"Onlv in one way. "
"Marry me. "
"What ! us two fools get married !
Vhatwould people say ? "
"That's nothing to us. Come , say
I'm in hurrv. "
es or no ; a
"Well , no , then. "
"Very well ; good-by , I shan't
ome again. "
"Stopa bit what a pucker you're
"Yes or no ! "
"I must consult "
"All rifht ; I thought you were
f age. Qood-b } * . "
"Jabez Andrews , don't be a fool.
! ome back , 1 say. Why , I believe
he critter has taken me for earnest ,
abez Andrews , I'll consider. "
"I don't want any considering ;
'in going. Becky Hastings is
. aiting for me. J thought I would
ive you the first chance , Patty. All
ight ; good-by. "
"Jabez ! Jabez ! That stuck up
leek Hastings shan't have him !
abez , yes I Do you hear Y-e-s ! "
lost of Fencicg in the United
States Economy in Nebraska.
( St. Joe Herald. )
The heaviest item of expense in
irming the heaviest considering
lie prolit accruing is probably that
f fencing. In many eases the
mces cost more than the lands ,
lit ! fences of the country arc val-
ed ai one thousand eight hundred
lillions of dollars , and immense
mis are expended to keep the fen-
ing efficient. In Illinois not less
lan $200,000,000 have been inves-
H ! in fencing ; and not less than
175,000 are annually expended to
eep these "metes and bounds" in
; pair. If stringent fencing laws
ad been adopte-1 in the State
f Nebraska , the settlement
r the .country would have
? en much retarded. But a law
lapted to the needs of the country
as been wisely adopted. ThW law
Sieves the settler at the time when
e needs all his money for other
uprovements from the necessity of
tvesting a large sum in the con-
ruction of lumber fences. The
iw throws upon every owner of
ve stock the onus of keeping his
ock from straying on the cultivated
jids of his neighbors. The far-
"er need not build fences around
is cultivated fields , for horses , cat-
e and sheep are "fenced out"
f the law. The stock , -\\henpas-
ired , have to be herded ; but the
> st of herding is not a tithe of
hat fencing would be. Fencing
> es on , of course in Is ebraska , but
is live and not dead fences which
e constructed , .nil through the
ittled portions of the State hedge
rows are appearing and thriving ,
lie hedge plants most used are the
oney locust , the osage orange and I
ic white willow. In some places '
ng hedgerows of peach trees , from !
lich ! frequently good crops are |
ithered may be seen ; and the
; ach seems to make as good a
nee as the white willow.
Desirable Qualities in a Fig.
Of all the desirable qualities of
pig , a vigorous appetite is of tl
lirst importance. A hog that wi
not eat is of 110 more use than
mill that will not grind. And it
undoubtedly true that the more
pig will eat in proportion tt > its siz
provided he can digest and assim
late it , the more profitable he wi
prove. The next desirable qualil
is , perhaps , quietness of dispositioi
The blood is derived from the fee <
and flesh is derived from the bloot
Animal force is derived froi
the transformation of flesl
The more of this :
used iu necessary motions , th
greater the demand on the stomac
and the more food'there will be re
quired merely to sustain the vitt
functions ; and the more frequent !
flesh is transformed and formei
again , the tougher and less palata
ble it becomes. This quality , qui
etness of disposition , combined wit !
a small amount of useless parts , o
offal , has been the aim of all mod
ern breeders. Its importance wil
readily be perceived if we assumi
that seventy-fiva per cent , of UK
food is ordinarily eonsumet
to support the vital func
tions , and that the slight additional
demand of only one-sixth more
food is required for the extra oftu
parts and unnecessary activity. A
coarse , restless animal would gaiiij
in flesh and fat , in proportion to the
food consumed , only half as fast as
the quiet , refined animal. To as
sume that a rough , coarse , savage ,
ill-bred , mongrel hog will require
one-sixth more food than a quiet ,
refined , well-bred Berkshire , Essex ,
or Suffolk , is not extravagant.
Will Pumpkin Seeds Kill Chick
Those feeding pumkins in the
Fall or Winter to stock will be care
ful not to let the chickens eat the
seeds , as it will make them sick
and geueraly kill tueni. I experien *
ced it. Last fall , when I fed pump
kins to my milch cows , the chick
ens would eat the seed , and I did
not care. I thought if they would
cat pumpkin seeds they would eat
less corn , but 1 soon found out the
result. I soon observed sick chick
ens about the place , crawling and
lingering about , but did not know
ivhat was thu matter until one day
x neighbor lady came to my house ,
ind we got to talking about sick
jhickcns. I told her that we had
some on the place that could not
ivalk ; whenever they attempted to
Yalk they would fall over back
yards. She asked mo if I fed pum-
: kins. I told her I did feed to cows ,
ind the chickens would eat the seed ,
mil the lady said that was the cause
> f it ; the pumpkin seeds are too
Int and tough for them to digest ,
"f any one lias chickens aflected
* ius , let him coop them immcdi-
itely and give them plently shelled
orn and gra-el. This will often
lire them and clean out the pump-
: inced - ! . Aural World.
Victory of the Roaches.
( Loul.vilte Courier-Journal. )
A Pittsburgh correspondent tells
is how to get rid of our colony of
oachesSprinkle your desk and
leer with pulverized borax ; let it
emain some days without being
irushedoftthede.sk mid floor , and
ur word for it , 'brown roaches' will
ic completely vanquished , to appear
icver more. " Oh , you be hanged.
) idn't wo try the borax , and didn't
lie roaches immediately hold a
lecting and adopt u series of reso-
ations thanking us for thekindness
re had done them , and didn't all
lie other roaches in the town at-
und that con volition and determine
t become permanent members of
bo colony when the meeting ael-
nirned , and aren'r swarming round
s this this moment "as thick as
'ewkesbury mustard ? " Give the
coundrcls borax , and they think
ou are a mother to them.
The Congressional library con-
lins 265,000 volumes , collected on
lie same principles pursued by old
lan Xoah in loading his barge for
lie Mount Ararat voyage.
The Washington Capital morali-
es as follows : "We are driving
n to a destruction ot the lamily.
Ve give our children to the school-
jachcr and our wives to the pastor ,
nd ourselves to the pursuit of mon-
TJLE COMING ST11UGGLE.
The voters of our nation ,
AS ne' < r was known before ,
Are rising from Pacific's biran.l
To Atlantic's rocKy shore.
Why Is this mighty change ?
What on the meaning U.- ?
The rising of the aiasrt-a
From northern laLe to southern sea.
The spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' urn es "
Forbids a nat'on ' drenched in patriots' blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore ,
Though obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not one cent for tribute ,
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The i igiiU of m iu to be a man
Should govern Freedom's l.ui < l.
Then bluli our Flag moie proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly greet
The emblem of the free.
In trade we'll try to dpal.
As man should deal with nun.
And wlrle we seek t > live ourselves ,
We'll sell as cheap as anybody can ,
And if a hat you need ,
Or fncsd you chain e to meet ,
Rmeml > er liunce , the Halter ,
On Upper UougUsStrcvt.
II. GUK1K C. J. KABBACU
( JKERE & KA.RBACH ,
Ih st. t-ctwccn Farnham and srney stl
OMAHA , - . NEB.
pring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES \Xn CAltltlAGKS.
Dealers In and manufacturers of
[ JRICDLTUIUL IMP1EJIENTS !
K .1VEXTION PAID TO
IIOKSI : NIIOIU.NU.
c < ! wagons and blacksinlthlng
ompllv done at reasonable nrices mvdAwg
00,009 , ACRES !
OF THE FINEST
Ikliorn Yullcy Lands !
FOR SALE BY
OE. 3VT. OJli-A-H-EC ,
Eisner , - - ZTeb
IIIESE LAXDS AKE CONVENIENT TO
the market and the
INEST in the STATE !
Andwill be sold at from
2,50 to $5,00 PER ACRE !
For Cash or on Long Time.
& ® -L AND EXPLORING 1ICK-
rS for sale at O. & N. W. De-
t , bearing coupons which will
taken at full cost in payment
DAY. Agents waut-
( ed. All classes of work
people of either sex , young or old , .auke
re mouer at work for us in their spare mo-
nti " 1 ! th tiw than at anything else.
be * ST1NSO > & Co. , Portland , Maine *
Monev and Commerce.
OFFICK OMAHA DAILY BKK , }
August 7 , 1S7-4. f
In our financial circles we hav <
no change ; the market being firm
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grants ( selling ) SS20.0I
Land "Warrants , ( ICO acres
buying ) 17G.O (
Land Warrants (160 ( acred
selling ) 1S5.0 (
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acr ° s buying " } 17C.OC
Do. Selling . 1S5.0C
Exchange on New York , 1-5 of one
In all general lines trade Is active ,
and the market firm , with no
changes excepting in sugars , which
for the past few days have been un
steady , but which is now held firm
at to-day's quotations.
Carclully Corrected Dally
i. J. BROWN & BRO. , L'or. 14th and
URTMOIIR A CO. , 2S1 Farnham
ark's O. N. T. . . _ _ . . TO
errick's _ 42J4
oracstic. . . . , $ F5@2 00
ritlsh _ 3 OC0G 00
ickcns' best _ S 90
Ing William 15 !
iiueslic _ . _ . 1 80
aulcy _ . . . 2 50
; tomau strip ? § 2 2T@G 50
hite common S10 50
medium J5 OJ
' cn. toiu maae 30 CO
; rcal _ , S1200ai410
ilico , 4 75a7 50
own drill _ $ C 50a7 25
' duck 7 70a9 00
ue drill _ . . . . _ 7 00a7 50
duck . 8 00a9 50
hue _ S OOaD 50
cnch whalebone _ -55 25aS 00
ir own - 15 00
imct _ _ 22 50
M > RINU fcKUa'S.
ncn printed _ S 9 00
" ruffled 1200
" fluted. . . 15 00
J. C. KOSENFELD glVCS US tlie
llowing quotations his day :
Butter , active , 20 cts. in tubs ; Eggs
rm , at 15c per dozen ; Live
liickeus , 200@2 50 per doz. ; Goose-
> rries , 2 50 per bu. ; Cherries ,
80 per bu ; Lemons,12 00 per
os. ana Raspberries,20c per quart ;
ackberries , 20c ; currants 20c.
JOHN T. EDGAR.
mmon bar. . . ,
> rse fehoe bin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G %
irway nail rod _ \yt 1 \
st plow. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
rnion..H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . It
aerican casn , octagon and square. . . ISgs 22
iinp's English do do . . . 250 40
rden's horse shoes , per keg 725
do mule do do 8 25
rthwestern horse nails 22a 23
ndee thimble skeins , discount 45 per cent.
> r half patent axles , discount 10 per ctnt.
I to GOJ per keg . _ . 4 10
do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 3."i
do . . 4 CO
do 4 85
do 5 10
fine ilo 7 10
do do _ 5 l" 0
do do _ _ 5 M
: casing do . . . . . . . . . . 4 S5
do do 5 10
do do C 35
'ought , all sizes G 85
tire . . . .discount 70 pr c
rrow wrought , fast jolnt.discount 20 pr c'
t , loose pin revcrsihlc. . . . . . do 25 do
y and manure fork. .discount 30 prc
is and gai den rakes. . . . . . . . . do 25 do
ap and T - . .discount 25 pr c
t's black. . . discount f 5 pr c
's immitatiou. . . . . . do 45 do
's genuine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 0 do
lenc&n Tron..M..M.V.H.H M . . . 45 pr c
tlo Ijnus.Ht- . . . . . 40
* * - * * * * * * - M. ( * IJT c
AGRICULTURAL T3I CEMENTS.
SCYTIIK * .
toll's Ha. est Kingpcrdo , net _ . 12 00
mplon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 03
lid's Eureka. 11 00
lo red 8 00
SPADES AND SUC'VtLS.
rind'sNo2 black shovels , D II 12 00
do do potished do do . . . 13 00
do do black spades do . . . 12 00
ire do polished do do . . . 13 00
do'si-'spring point" L U shovels. . . 13 50
pencott's Western Crown 13 00
do do do b.Ttfcu. . 13 50
COFFEE MILLS. _
te's > o 3 , iroa box net 5 25
! o do 103 do . . . . . . . . . . . _ ft 75
lo do23 Union ir h 11 00
o do 35 do Britania 13 00
zrare , Smith A Co. , discount 30 pr c
erican Kile Co do 50 do
dole' * , A E No I , IX , 2
imond's A E No 2 J9 00
do do do 4 , 10 50
do tninier' * No 1 1000.
ilo do do 2 13 50
io do do 3- . . . 1100
Morris * shingling , No 1 . S7 (
do do do 2. . . . . _ . . . . . _ . . . . . . 8 (
do do do 3 _ 9 (
du CliW do ! . . . . . . . . . . _ 7 !
dc o do 2. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . 8 '
BestBufTilo Sole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Matamoras do rso. 2 , 32c ; No. 1 , &
Pest Oak do 43@4i
Italtlmore Oak Sole _ 48
French KijS . . . . . . . . $1 40@2 0
do Calf , leading brands Si 10 2 5
Domestic Kips _ SI Ou l 3
do Calf - SI 35Q1 7
Hemlock Upper , per foot. _ . .2a@30
Oak do do . . _ .J50
( Jrain do do _ . . . SO
Linings , per dozen $7 COQIO 0
Toppings , do . . . . . . $11 00iil4 ( 0
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , . . . . . _ . . . .US@45
do ( Oil Dressed ) do 3C < ij40
do ( Simon ) S3 00@3 2
do ( Uluve Kid , ) . S3 50 ( 5
Welt Leather , per side. . . . . . tJ ( 00 ( 7 0
Hoot Webbing , | .er bolt _ . .4.-70i
O k Haru-o Ltalher , " Pittsburg , " 45i
do do do No. 1 , 40@42i
do do do l o. 2 , 38(540. ( .
Oak Line do . .41 ( j4G <
llmlo k Harness Leather , o. 1 , _ _ 3'JJj40 <
do do do No. 2 , _ . . . . . .376f3D <
Hemlock Line do . . . . _ . . . . . . . . .44d
ralr Bridle , per side S6 00 < a7 0 (
Team Collars , per doz . .S25 50&23 5 (
Sta e do do . . . . . . . . 21 5 (
Scotch do do 3G ( X
loncoid da do _ . . . . . . _ S3S W
Ctllar Leathei ( Black ) per foot , 18@24c
do do ( Uusset ) do ISdJl-U
Patent Dash Leather _ loc
Powell & Co. , Soap monufacturera.
3apcPublico , 6 l-26 3-4 ; Savon
Elepubl.c , do. , Chemical Oliye , 6 to
31-2 ; Palm , 5@51-4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up-
lolsterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
J70 Farnliam Street , furniahe ? the
bllowing quotations :
Oil walnut mouldings , one inch ,
> er foot , 5c ; 2 inch iOc ; 3 inch"15c ;
> olislied walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
5c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
i@15c ; 2 inch 12@30c ; 3 inch 18@
5c ; imitation rosewood 'and gilt , 1
uch 5@10c ; 2 inch 1020c ; S inch
Plain banda , 6 feet , all colors , per
iair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00 ©
00 ; each additional foot , Too per
Union jnd all wool terry , per yard
50@3 A ; Imperial , plain and stri-
ed , 2 50aS 00.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
OU.i4 00 ; Excelsior , 3 50a4 50.
t ubiect to change of market without I
Wil. M. FOSTER ,
u U. P. R. R. track hot. 1 jrnham ai
GEO A. HOAGLAX1.
ilsls , studding and sills , 20 It , am ! un
der . . . | 00
per 20f t. eath additional ft add'l _ 60
iucing No 1 * 00
do No 2 _ 21 09
t cuiiiiU'in boards _ _ . . . . _ 25 00
d do do _ . 22 00
I" stoik Iwards , 10 and 12 inch Do 00
5" do do do do 35 00
; " do do do do tO 00
t clear , 1 , IJi , 1 and 2 iiah _ 65 00
do do do do - 55 00
ao do do Uo _ 45 00
ooring , clear _ 50 00
do 1st common. . . 40 00
do 2d do _ 35 UO
do Bd do _ 27 50
d narrow , tliar. . _ 4500
[ clear ceiling inch 35 00
do do i iiieh 3' 50
: do do > ! Inch 30 00
do do 4 ilich 2J 50
clear siding _ 27 00
do do _ 28 00
; common siding 24 00
do do 20 00
L" shingles _ 4 25
: tra No 1 shingles _ 3 00
uimou No 1 sli.nylcs S 00
th per 1000 3 5fl
X. 11 pickets eer 100 . . 3 5g
uare do do do _ _
li Batten per lineal f' _ 1 }
ugh do do do _
Liberal discount on carload lots
WINDOWS , ( Glazed. )
per cent oirChicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged. )
pei cent oil C > logo list.
I > er ecu toff list.
hite lime pcrbbl _ .Sl 75Q2 00
nisvllle cement per bbl 3a,3 \ 25
istor pans per bbl. . 3 50 ( 3 75
istering hair per bushel 40
rrcd felt , 4
i tering boaiu 5)
OILS , PAINT1 * , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
a on s 19 Lara utl , No IS 5cl 00
iseed Oil , raw. 105 " " " 2..H. 70
" " bl'd. _ 1 10 " " winteri _ Qn
rpentine . C5 " "strain'dj
adlight Oil. 28 Lubricating , . M
| W.Va. f
FAINTS , AC
lite Lead , St. Louiv Srtictly Pure _ $ 11 %
1 " " " Fancy Bratds. 9 > 4
tty in Bladders Sl/
' " Bulk 4
ameld Glass , colors , ) sq. ft. _ . . 1 00
ndow Glas . 50 a c discount
TIN , SHEET-IRON. WIRE , &C.
ELTON ROGERS , COR. 14th &
14 1C , latr quality . . J13 00
14 Ic , lest quality . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 50
14 IX do do 1G 50
12 1C do do . . 14 00
12 IX do do 17 00
20 1C do do . . . . - . 15 50
20IX do do _ 17 50
ZOIXXdo do _ _ . .2050
20 IXXX do 23 50
plate DC ( best quality ) . . 23 60
plate DX , do du 14 00
plate DXX do do . . . . 17 00
plate DXXX do ilo . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 00
ifing 1C charcoal do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
ifinglX do do do . . . . 1C 00
141C coke do do 1250
23 1C charcoal roofing 27 50
15 1C charcoal rooting . . . . _ . 32 50
14 IX charcoal _ . . 28 00
20 .ke ( for nutters ) _ _ . . . . . _ . . . . . . 21 00
gf ! ( ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
til pi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 3G
tin. . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . 33
ct tin 25 to 35 in _
> do do it half casks .
> do do In 250 tt. casts
; t 24 to S5 inches per sheet
nerssoldci ( extra refined. . . . .
uo do No. i , ,
do do roofiug. . . . . .
t quality , Numbers 1C to 24. .
t do do .5.
1 do dc 2G .
i do 10 17. .
rcoal , Vith sides smothe
Jo No 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ ,
ilo do 5 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ilo do 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . _
iata , No. 24 . . . . . . . . . . . .V..KM. . . . . > M. . .
lo lo 26 _ . . . . . . _
lo do 37 - , - , . - . . _ . , , , , . , , ,
ila perfect 7 to 1 ? -Tmm > , , , ,
No. 1 , 8taincd..m. _ . . . . . . . . . . . _
ss tnan lull bundles , add one cent.
American immitat'n Russia , 11 Nos
as : hau full bundles add one cenu
BTEELE & JOHNSON 533-540 14TH B"
CLARK i FRENCH COR. FARNHAM AN
11 TH ST.
PTTNDT , MEYER RAAPKE , 212 PARS
HVM ST. . WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MORGAN & GALLAGHER , i05 ! Fan ]
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAN A Co. , 24
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th am
Granulated pr tb. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Powdered do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Crushed do !
Refd cut loaf do - . 1
Standard A do HXallJ
Circle A do _ II } .
Ext la C do 1
Yellow C do .10KaIO > :
N 0 choice do 10 >
Rio choice pr I6. _ _ 2C. > : ;
do prime do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 2 !
do good do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :4ji ;
0 li Java 31a.'t.
Common pr gallon .
Uood do . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do N O molasses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B (
Rangoon choice. . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S32
Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. . . . . S 3 Xi
Wesk A Co _ . 1O.M7
Cirt's Savon . . _ T ,
H. Wesk A Co _ . . . . 7a7U
rchofer' * German. . . . . . . i
Cirk's standard - 4 %
do sterling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4ai
Hack goods , Western 43
do do Virninla - _ . 50a35
do do Lorrilard's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oo.iuO
irisht do do do GOaGJ
do do Virginia 53a0
Natural leaf. . . . . 75a95
lalifornia peach's per pound
do apples do
tate do do
few currants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 y
lo prunes. . . 14alli ;
io German cherries . . . 17
lo bl ckberries 21
2o raspberries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3SalO
lo raisins , per box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ t5 C5
lo seedless raisins , l r pound 12 %
'ew in barrel * _ _ . . _ .J2 70o2 85
lo dairy _ 4 50a5 75
poundcanMvcr'soys'ers , percase..SI 2Ja4 50
do do do do do . . . 2 50j2 75
dc do William's do do . . . 4 00a4 75
do do peaches 11 cae 5 50
do do do do 7 75a3 Ol )
do do tomatoes do - 3 5Ua3 75
do do do du - 5 OJ
orn , Tropny per case 5 10
do Winslow uo 5 50
do Yarmouth do 3 50
[ rawberries , do - 4 30a4 75
aspberries , du 4 00
tneapples , do 5 00
olons , per pound 25a73
oung llyson , per pound 40al 00
unpowder , do do COal lii
low Flake , ( Wells A Nil-man ) 4 .10
old Di.st _ 3 10
XXX Iowa City 3 00
iliforuia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . * . . . . . . . 4 TJJO 10
UJi'iies , heavy weight . . . . . . . . . _ _ 18319
.o light do
lips , four buicl . .
ddee guuiiies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
iln bags , AmosLeg A K. . 30a31
.o do Ludlow a a. . . . . _ _ olpji
utmegs , Pt'iiang beatper pound 1 3.1at 41
jvei do do . . . . . . tU )
Ispice do do . . . _ . 13.i 0
namon bark do ilj 3oalC
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
bids. , KO Itia S9 50510 CO
b cans , i cr doz _ 2 5u ( j 2 75
do do _ 3 i'0 ' ( > j 4 CO
j. 1 kits 1 IS ® 1 2.-
imily in kits _ 1 ll > < I iO
bblt" C 50 ( < j , " ' 0
: mliyiu > ibbls _ 5 SUfij G LO
imily , in kits 1 10@ 1 20
) . 1 , do 1 % 2 00
; s- , do 3 00Vj ( 3 25
imily , y bbs : i : 2jj. ( ; G to
> .l , de OUUylOCOl
rdiiie-i , } $ Iwxca , 1C 50JU7 10 i
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
'holesale depot 548 14'h ' Street.
ill barrel sacks . . . * _ 2 90
hicago , Iloclt Island
and Pacific R. K.
: UE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE * ROM '
MATTA TO CHICAGO
ANB THE EAST ,
i Des Moines , i/arenport and Rock Island
111 Passenger Trains arc equipped with the
SiTisouousK PATENT Am BRAKES and
tier's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
Fast Express Trains Leave Daily :
cnnecting as follows :
1 DES MOINES with the DCS Moines Vallcj
tallroad , for Oakaloosa , Qtluiuwa , Xeokuk
nd St. Lonls.
1 UKINNELL with the Central Railroad o
owa , for all points north to St. Paul.
1 WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington ,
'edar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad , for
iurllngton , Cedar Rapids , Dubuque & St.
'aul , At WILTON JUNCflON with the
outh-Westcrn "nranch , for Muscatine ,
V'ashington and all points south.
1 DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
'aul ' Railroad for points north.
1 ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Lallroad for Freeport , Be.jit , liacine , Mil-
'aukee and all points in northern Illinois
ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Rock
jand ! and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
ad points south.
ROCK ISLAND with the Veoria A Rock
ilsnd Railioad for Pi-oria and points east.
BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , forllcn-
f. Lacere , Chillicothe and Peoria.
LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail-
> ad for points nort h and south.
CHICAGO with aJl lines East , North and
HROUGH TICKETS to all.Eastern cities ,
thi line , can.be procured , and any inlor-
: lon obtained , concerning points , at the
ct office of the company , rli Farnham St. ,
aha , and also at the principal ticket offices
ig the line ol the U. P. R. .
gyaye Checked Tbron Ii < " nil
Principal Kagterii Points.
tf. SMITH , H. RIDDLE ,
en'l Pass'r ' ' '
, Gen'l Sup't
I.LACEY , S.8 STEVENS ,
Ticket Agent , Gen'l Western Ag't
I Omaha Omaha.
DUX City & Pacific R , K ,
The Shortcut nud only Direct
t. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
BTHEBN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
ULLMAX PALACE SLEfPING CARS
On all night trains ? ia this route.
At U. P. Transfer with Uii Pacific
road for Omaha.
At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
and Council Blufij Railroad for St. Louis
all points south.
At ML- * > uri Valley with the Chicago and
hwestern railway foi Chicago and all
At Sioux City with Sionr City and S
, Illinois Central and Dakoti Southern
Kids. Steamers for Upper Missouri Hirer ,
Qg navigation and with stages for all
ts in the Northwest.
At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
> ad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
At Fremont , Nebraska , with the Uclnn
ic railroad for all point ; Test and the
At Wisner with stages for Norfolk and al'
: t in Northern Nebraska.
"Tickets for sale In Chicago acd North
ern Railway offices.
Re lure your tickets read via S. C. A P.
L. BUBNETT , Sup't.
C. HH.LS , Gea. Ticket Ac't.
GEO. W. GRATTAN , I
Ajent , Omtia.
CHICAGO & NORTHWEST
The Popular Route from
o IM : .A. H : .A.
Chicago and tlie East
TV\VntrrIno.Fort D xlecI > ubnqueIj
Cro sr , 1'rnlrlr Du Cblen.Vtiiona
St. I'KiiI.Diiliilli , Jnnrivllle , K < uo-
Mia. Urerit ! . , Racine. > teven'i
Point. Wotertowii , O.likTsHli , VOD
Dit Lnct JlailUoit nud Milwaukee.
It Being ttc Shortest and FUstComoIetedLIn !
OMAHA and CHIC AGO ,
Constant iiiprov m nts have taken place in
the way uf reducing ( iiaJf , and plartng Iron
vrith Steel lliis ! , adding to its roiliag stock
DA ' nnd SI.KKPINO CAttS
Equipped with the "W stliighouse Air Brake"
ind " .Miller Platform , " establishing comturta-
tileacd comnirdlous Eating Houses , offering all
' .he comforts ot traveling the age can produce.
From , to lUFant Express Trains ruu each
iray dally over tlio various lines of this load ,
: hus securing to the traveler selecting this
oute sure and certain connections in any dl-
eUioa he may wish to go.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION , for
ioux C ty , "Yantton and points reached via
ioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
) es Molnci , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT JiARSIIAi.LforSt. Paul , Minneapolis ,
) uluth , and northwestern points.
AT LEDAR RaPIDs for AVaterloo , Cedar
'alls , Charles Citv , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLIN10N forDubuqne , Dun'eith ' , Prai-
ie du Chien , La Crosse , and all points on the
Ihicsgo , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
) ubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Freeport , Racine Millwau-
ce , and all points In Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all rail war lines leading
lit of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
tie can be procured , and any informal ! , n ob-
ilned , conrerninz Routes , Rates , etc , at the
om [ anie's Office , 21S Fariiham Street , Omaha ,
nd al o at the principal ticket offices along the
neof theU. P.P. . R.
lUTBaggage checked through to all principal
, ' . H. faTKNNETT , MARVIN HUGHITT ,
Gen'l Passinge'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
, U LACEY. G.O.EDDY ,
Ticket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag't Omaha.
) maha & St. Louis Short
187-4 = !
'he Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
J3T . Xj O T7IS
AND THE EAST. FROM
IMAHA AND THE WEST
0 CHAMGE tat * , between Omaha and St.
Louis ann b it 01 e between OMAHA
Thisth Only Jnc running a
SLEEPING CAR EAST
KUO.H 0iAIlA. ON AUKIVAL
OK THE UNION HAC1P1C
KXPRKSS THA IN.
taking othei routes nave a
3 rceible : transfer at the River Station.
PASSKNUEIi. THAISS DAILY I
I REACHING ALL
7 EASTEEN AND WE3TEBN CITIES
i'.li Less Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
ullinau'a Palace Sleeping Cars ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars ,
iller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westin house
S3"See that your tickets read via
nnsim Clly , S . Joseph & Council
UltilTri Ualrod ,
Via Omaha and St. Louis.
: kcts for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
s ; reels , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
S.TEIION , GEO. L. 3RADBURY ,
I\u > s. Agt. Gen' Agent.
F. BA KNA KD , A. C. PAWES ,
Gen'l S..pt. Gen'l Pass. Agt. ,
St. Josruh. St. Jo.'WDh.
| TEAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I.OUIS AVITII
ullman Palace Cars
THEOUQH WITHOUT OHAHQE
ArrlviJ of Trains from tha Weit.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
eveland , Buffalo & Boston
Arc for Sale at the
. . Comi-nny'a Office ,
K. corn.r Fourth < fc Clitstnut t . ,
Lou IN , and nl the Principal Bat'-
y Officro In tlie West.
S.S , BARCOCK , C. E. RUSSELL ,
S'thern Pass. A 'l , West'n Pass. A t.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KANSAS CITY ,
IN E. SIMI-SON , CHAS. E. FOLLETT ,
Gen Hupt. , Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
tf INDIAVAPOLI ? ST. Louis.
mfectioners1 Tool Works ,
b.os * Mills A Bro. ,
Alnililr.e Mouldg , Ice Crecm
, 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St.
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
rietors : 1 ESTADIISHKD 1&64. '
OMAS MILLS , 1 -
o. 31. MILLS , /"lATALOGUES SENT
LEEP.PARMES.JVy upoc application.
i St , bet. Farnham and Harney.
dnds of TAILORING , CLEANING * n < l
; EPAr' ING done at reajont'jla ratw
Theonly known remedy for
BRIGHT'S DISEASE ,
And a poaltlre cure for
Qout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Nervous -
vous Debility , Dropsj
S'on-rctentlcn or Incostinence of Urine , IrTl
tation. Indaiuation or Ulceratlon of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
SPERM A TORRHEA ,
Joucoerhoe or Whites , Diseases o ! the Prostrati
O kind. S.one la the Bladder. Colcul uc ,
2IlVVKL OK BRICK DUST 13K.
And Mucus or Milty.Discharges.
Extract Buchti !
Permanently Cures all Dueasesot tha
Jladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Existing In Men , Women and Children ,
No Matter What the Age :
Prof. Stctle says : "On bottle of Kearney's
luid Extract Ruchu Is worth more thin all
: her Buchiu combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , six bottles for
) epot 104 Duane St , N , Y ,
A physician In attendance to answer corrcr
indence and give adricegratis.
VSend stamp for pamphlets , frec.a *
Crane < & Brigham Wbolesolo Agents , fc'an
TOTHr > -
OF BOTH SEXES.
OOHABQE POB ADVICE AND CON-
) R J. B. DYOTT , gnithiate of
eiTersou Medical College , Philadel-
liia , author of several valuable
orks , 2&n be consulted on all tils ,
ise3 of the SexusJ and Orinar ' or-
nis , ( which he has made an t-.s-
icial study , ) either in male or fe-
lale , no met tor from what cause
iginating' , or how lorg standing
. practice of 30 years enables him
i treat diseases with success. Cures
laranteed. Charges reasonable.
bose at a distance can 1'orward let-
rs describing symptoms and cn-
osing stamp to prepay postage.
iBSrSend for the Guide to Health.
J. Jl.DYOIII M.D.
liyMcion and Surgeon , 101 JDuane
reet. X. Y.
BSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
SIAPPY RELEIF FOP. YOUNG MEN from
jeUects of Krrors and Abuses in early life.
mhood Restored , impediments to Marriage
moved. New mettod of treatment. New
\ remarkable remedies. Roots and Circulars
it free , in sealed envelopes. Address , I1OW-
JD ASSOCIATION , No. 2 South Ninth St. ,
iladelphia , Pa , an Institution haTingabigh
> utatlon for honorable conduct and profrs-
diaries Popper ,
NO CATTLE BROKER ,
LT LAKE aTl * . - - UTAH
8b271tH. . KeUer ,
Proprietor of tie
Depot for the sale of hia ,
L K&jjiiER < & Co. ,
W nANCISCO , CAL.
ing East or South from Omaha
nd PoinU on U. P.R.E. , ; hoald take thi
.IKCOLN 'EOUTE "
rCHISON & NEBRASKA
f vnre tor themselT s the choice ol Six
hisoa to Chicago and St. Louis ,
1 making Reliable C anectioni nd being
Ipped irith Palace Day and'Slee'piag ' Can.
1 d lay and inconvenience arrivlnz from
lesatd transfer * can be avoided West of
ajoand St. Loula by securing Ticket ! Tia
.V and the ATCH1SUX & \
: t and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. & S. F. R. R. lor the '
at Arkaasas TaUcj & Colorado , j
wlihalHInesrnnDtng South to points ! n 1
Uhera Kansas and the Indian Territory I
Ask lor Tickets Tia '
N"CO & TCHISON
: AS. C-siiJTH , F WHI
Gen'l Supt. Oel'l PalT.
UNTJL YOU HAVE
W E HAVE TU'tlAi : t.OOD REASONS
AS why thev will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea- ) and Glean.
They are cho < pest to buy ,
They are bcsi to use.
They baKe erenly and quickly ,
rbeiro tration is perfect ,
I They hare always a ipod draft , -
i They arc made of Uie bestuiaterlal
i They roast perfectly ,
They require but lltile fuel ,
' Tuey are very low priced ,
I They ara easily managed.
1 They are suited to all localities.
j ETary storeguaranteedtogiTdsaUslactloa
Excelsior : Manfg Co. ,
ST. LOUIS , 310. ,
M. B O GEB.S. . .
I aK4 * - * -
Or Sugar-Coaled , Concentrated )
Root nnd Herbal Juice , Antl
imious Granules. TflE 'E.ITTl4i :
GIANT" CATIIAKT1C. or MuHujii
l ! ' Parvo
The novelty of modem Jfccllcai , Chemical anil
'haronccatical Science Ko use of any loncct
akin. ; this larsc. n-piilniTc and naoeeoua plUi ,
aaiposed of cheap , crude , and baity ingredient * .
theu no can by n careful application of chemlcai
clcnce. cxtrai ' all the cathartic and other mcdt *
inai properties from the moot Mluibio root ? too
crbj , aaa rouccutritc them into a minute Gran-
ic. scnrtty iareer than n mustard
eevl , that tat De reid'ilyillo wed by those ol
tit : most denshire ctomsctu and fastidious tastes.
icalitlle I'lirRativo I'cllet represent ? , in 9
lo'tconcentrateil form , ai mucK cathartic power
d it embodied in any uf tha l.inv pills fonnd foe
Ha in the ( Irr chop * . Tram their wonderful cv
lurtic power , in proTortiori o thcit * lze , peoplf
cha h.tv < 2 not tried them an. apt to fnppcva tea !
toy arc hara orilra'tic ta effect , bnt uch ia not
tall the rae. . the different Rctivo medicinal prin-
iplea of which they are composed bcins BO bar-
lonizea and tnodBed. one by tha others , as to
iroJuro a mo t i < oarcIiIiiK and thor-
> tisl , yc-t Kcntlyacdliludlyopcratlut
atnartl. . , .
S300 nctvanl ! r.ercby offered Tjylha pro-
irictor of .heso relicts , to any chemist who.
: pen analysis , ill find in them , onv Calomel or
ithcr fomu of mercury ct any otner
ff entirel .
: are -etjnlred while nstn them. They opc-
atc without distnrbanco to the connitutlon , diet.
ir occupation. For Jitiii l ice. Headache ,
ii , Inipuro ISIoocl , l > alu
: it the Sliouldcrs , TiclTtucxH of the
Jhcst , I > Izzincs , Sour Eructations
if the Moniacli , Itad lasto iti
.aouth , BIliouH attacks , Pain la
rcsioii of Kit ] iicy , Internal Fever
floated fcolliis about stomach.
Itusli of Blood to klcad , IIIc i Gol-
irod Critic , Citsoclat lIIty anil
Jloomy ForcbodtuKis take Dr
L'icrcu's Pleasant I'll riatlvoPcllctti
n cxplanwioa of the remedial power of tny Tcr-
ptivo 1'eliets over to prcat a variety of dlscof cs ,
wi-.h to ray ttat their action upon the
ii'Imal economy In iitilvcrHal , nottt
rlnnd or tlehtio cwcapiiiK their anna *
.ivo injprcn" . A e does not Impair then ;
heir en sr-coatin 'ncd being enclosed la glas *
lottlca preserve their \irtucs unimpaired for anr
cngth of time , ia cny climate , so thai they arc af-
rays frc h cud rclable.hich is not the cao
ntli the pilis fonnd in the dm ? stores , pat up la
: hLapTIKM ! or pa-te-bcaril boxes. Recollect that
jrn'i ' cioajC3 where a Laxatlvcj Altcra
, iye or Pureatlvo ii indicatetl , thco llttlo
Vcti wilt phe tlicinoat perfect BatiafocUoa to
. \vnousuthL-n. .
They arc Moltl by all enterprising
ArugKlMH at 3 coittrf a. bottle.
Do not allow any ilrn iat to induce you ia
ake anything cl5 tliat he may eay Is Jnst aj
wiJ as ciy Pcllcto because ho nukes a Utsci
iro3t oa that whi'ti ho recommends , f JQ-U
lrn ? ist cannot tnpply them , rncloeo 25 cents
nd leech i ? them oy n-tnrt mall froai
. y. -
.ALERATUS . !
i Meyer.I Raaoke and Whitney
Bauscrcian A. Oi
3ASTLE BROS- ,
Sast India. Goods ,
213 and 213 FROXT STItBET
'an ' Francisco California.
1EAL ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
tocal Agent for tha
T. P. B. B. LANDS ,
/olumbus , - ITeb ,
overnment Lands Located !
IJ. P. Lauds Sold !
iprovetl Farms and Town ToUor
GST LONGTIME ! !
5@ A1I Comtuuaications Cheer-
E. F. ooB : ,
> eking and Heating stoves
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