Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 12, 1874, Image 3

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    "ho Most Wonderful Medical Hi
coverj of the Age ETPFJ Mai
his own Pkrs'clan.
Frazier's Great Reinedj
The people of the United States hive beei
humbugpcd with all tln'ls of Patent Medicines
quacks and impn ters Jior the past lew years
in n most shameful maiiner. The writer of thi
fallowing is one of the victims , and wishes ti
present u * erv pliln cass.
Bcileving that by cleansing the b'ood wai
the only true way of banishing disease , ani
lieing a great sufferer from weak lungs sod 3
scrofulous affection , and after trying many
kinds of Patent -Medicines and the most
eminent Puvsicians , I commenced doctoring
mvself , and at last d-scovered a Blood Searcher ,
or'Root Bitters , which not or.ljgave me im
mediate rele'f , but alter a few weeks effected
a radical cure. The COUKU left me , my lung !
became stronR and smiud. mr M'.etIUS & ° * >
and the scrofulous disease had disappeared.
Feeling confident that mr Discovery possessed
wonderful healing virtues , I gave H to others
afflicted , and found H eflected the most miracu
lous cures in thousands of cases , not alone
curing Coughs , Consumption , Asthma , Catarrh ,
Scrofula and Weak Lung , but all diseases
caneed from humori in Ihe b'ood. The demand
Irom my friends and others bearing about these
Bitters becoming very great , I commenced put-
t'nz thorn up for gale , calling 'hem FRAZIhK'S
ROOT BITTERS. I wa at first backward in
presenting either my elf or medicine to the
public not being a Patent Medicine Man , but
1 am getting bravely o er that. I have sold
thousands of bottles ci my Root Bitter ; , and
it is my desire and determination to place the
same within the rerun of every su&ering man ,
woman ani child ou tue face of the civilized
globe.
The grand principle that operates in these
Root Bitters is the power they possess in cleans
ing the turgid blood and banishing the vile
humors from the system. Root Bitteis arc
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounded
from roots combined uh herbs and plaits ,
inany of which were ui > ed In the good old days
of our forefathers , when people were cured by
tome simple root or herb , and when Calomel
tud other poiaans ol the miner * ! viugdom
were unknown.
They open all the natural passages of the
Ixdy , cast out disease , take away all sickness
nd build up ths system with pure blood ,
lieu.'e they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment.
No person can late Root Bitters and remain
long unwell. Victory upon victory they hive
trained over dUoa e and death In all stations
smd conditions in lif . They are constantly ef
fecting cures of the utmost importance. * or
Unneuraptiou , Astfcma , bor-fula , Scrofulous E-
ruptlun. . Catarrh , Weak l.unft. Lost Vitality
BUd BruUii-llowu Consiitutious , these Root
Bitter * are uui al y admitted to be the most
B-ondcrful Medical DKovtry known to the
world. 1'lieir iUoral hulling properties pene
trate every poitiou of the human tr uie , soothIng -
Ing the Lungs , Jtreosthouiu' the Stomach ,
Kidneys and Liver , clmtism the blood frum
erery kind of humor. No other medicine will
cut * Chronic RheuuiatiKUl , Neuralgia ,
Heart Disease , Fits , Dizziucs , Headache ,
DyspepiU , Feieraud Ague , CujUveness , Piles ,
Urinary Diseases , Kidney Uueae , and Liter
Complaint , so quickly as this Root Bitters. All
uuh diseases ar * pau-ed from a bad stomach
and a poisonous condition of the blood , lor
weiklr.nervou youug men , suQering from loss
ot w mory , loss of energy , utc. , caused from
abuseUn early life.aud todellcato females-the
ftrcnstheijlni Root Bitters are c-itcLuiy ] re-
comiucnJed" One bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis , Scur y , Tetter , lever
Sores , Sore Ejes , Tumcis , Cancerous foriiia
tfons , Dropsy , Erysipelas , salt Rheum , blrers.
Hoils Flesh Worms. Blotches , J'g.tulrt" , Kru | > -
tionsiiiiuplesonthefa < * , ud Cqrru'lQ | > l * ! ' "
the Blogd jljanaU other remedies lu oxUtvuce.
G. W.
, OIXIO.I
Trailers Root Bitters are sold by all the lead
Inz Druccists , Storekeepers and Cl.emUM. hold
WtoteSto b'y Strong i Cobb 1W Supmor
etreet , and Benton Myers A Canfield , 12. \ \ at
erTtreet , Cleveland , O. ; B. L. Fahuestock A
la. , Pitlsburg ; George I. ( .lodwin A Co
Itoston : John F. Henry Curran A Co , United
S at Medicine Honse 8 and 9 Co lege Place
New York : \Vyth Brothers , Philadelpli-a ; lul
lor A Fuller , Cukago ; John D. Park , Cmcmna
II , and other firat-jla i Drug Houses.
ahow this notice to your drug t rir store-
Jer. , Ask for rilAZlEIM ROUfJ TIERS
. Price with'
and accept no substitute whateier.
In the reach of aJl-Sl ! ; r bottle sbottte
IMPORTANT
TO
Commercial Travelers.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS who solicit
orders by OVltD , CATALO SUE , TRADfc-
LlsT , SAMPLE Olt OT1ICK cl'ECIMEN ,
also those wh visit their customers and iollcil
trade by purchase * intde D1UECI H.OM
Si OCR/and / who travel In any section , by
Kail or Buit , telling any olasi of goods , are re
quested to sen I their BL'sJNEa'S nd rhl-
VATE ADDUCSS , ai below , st.tlng class of
goods taeyll , and br whom employed ; also
lhe e whoareatiiiesont under no rn/ageiueut.
Thisi mit-e. is of UKE.VT IMPOltTANCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa cainen of thii class or
men solicatne trade in ths manner. It is
theiefure ESPECIALLY dcsireJ taat this
notice ma/meet the ere ot ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen In ihii cuuutry and
luatthey will AT ONCE give it their ntien-
Kon. Those who couip'r with above request
will be C iNFIDENT.ALLY treated and duly
- - advised of object in view. Please addmvO
letter unlv ) ,
CO-OPEP.ATION ,
care Qro. P. Kowell A Co. , 41 Park Row.
jy9eodlm SiW Yoau Cjxr
JO1IX 11AU.T1KK ,
Practical Watchmaker ,
171 FaraPta , . llth St.
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HOW DIAMONDS SAVED US
A Easiness Episode.
At the time I am writing aboul
we were a strong firm. I say were ,
because six years ago we wound uj
the concern , and a banking-house
< jf not quite fifty years existence ( a
remarkably long business life for the
United States ) , was closed in the
most honorable way. The partners
in the house were two. The elder
and head of the firm had a sound
meicantile educationwas , eminently
conservative , and was n. thorough
master of his business. The other
partner had brilliant talents , but
was prone to be over-imaginative ,
and rather held to the idea that ro
mance , or the jinveutitive faculty ,
when called into play in business ,
was a necessity. The junior had a
separate room , arranged rather like
a cabinet of curiosities than a bank
er's office. You would see neat
bronzes there , bits of majolica ,
pieces of armor , and a few good pic
tures. Twenty-five years ago such
things in a business office were
thought rather out of place. A dis
tant relative of the senior partner
of the liouse , I had the entire confi
dence of both members of the firm ,
as I had been from the age of twelve
in the house , and was twenty when
the occurrences I am about to tell
happened. I was very warmly at
tached to both the gentlemen , but
was rather more fond of our junior ,
who made me his companion.
One summers evening , long after
business hours , a private letter book
requiring indexing , I shut mysel
up in the junior's oihce and com
menced work. It was rather lat
at night when the younger membe
of the firm entt-red. "Seeing a
light in the ollice , " he said , "as
was coming from the ferry , and for
getting that you were at tforh h
here , I came in ; " and he stretched
himsfalf on a lounge and lit a cigar
then took a book and commence !
reading. In a half hour my work
was finished ; and thinking he wa
asleep , I put a\vay the books , clos
ing the door of the safe with a crash
in order to wake him.
"Through ? " he .said , and thei
asked , " Keep up vour French , do
you ? "
" Yes , though whether lever wil
be able to correspond in that Ian
guage as far as to render myself use
ful for the French and Uelgian bus
iness , I don't know. "
' Ever read Beaumarchais ? " he
inquired.
" Yes , but only his nlays. I am
not familiar with his life. "
, ( "Wljat. a magnificent dual exist
ence ! "
" How so ? ' * I inquired.
" Ho was merchant and author.
Carried on the heaviest mercantile
operations , and wrote the cleverest
of comedies Made out a INt of in
voices and a phrase of comedy all
in the same breath , and perhaps
with the same pen. There was Roscoe -
coe , too , merchant and historian ,
and Rogers , poet and banker , Lamb ,
clerk aiuj osayist "
"May be fee , " I replied interrupt
ing him ; "but I do not think ordi
nary meij can do two things at once
there may be exceptions , " H/J
laughed , and said , "That is good
common sen e. Hut there are men
with dual existences. Now I have
been reading this life of Beaumar-
chai's , and have been deeply inter
ested in the exertions hs made in
behalf of our people when he tent
arms during the period of our Revo
lutionary struggle. " "Which good
action ruined him , " I said ; and
[ closed the safe , and was about
going to the door , when he bade
me stay. Drawing a chair close to
the table , after a short pause he said
tome : "Nowlisten. For the last
six months I have had an idea jn
my head a secondary one , it Is true
to another which has absorbed my
mind for years. God knows wheth-
2r I have this duality or not , but I
must test } t' Now this is what I
am driving at. FJftepn years ago I
went to South America. You know
my wife is a 3 > razillian. " Here he
sighed and paused. There was a
rumor that he did notlive happily
with his wife. "While in South
America I made the deepest re
searches into the history of the
aboriginal races. I wont far be
hind the .times of the old Ayniares.
Manco Capac and Oello Huaco are
to me as things of to-day. Modern
research has settled that the Tha-
rahos of the Bible were as near to
is , almost , chronologically , as Na
poleon was. Every day the work
started in Egypt by Denon and
Lepsius shows us that we are only
it the threshold. South Ameri-
ja is the place to discover
man's earliest traces and to find
iiis primitive works. This may
lot interest you much , but the &cc-
Dnd part of my idea will , I trust. It
is the corollary of the first. It was
my business to study the political
condition of the country a rather
intricate and tangled work. Two
South American States are on the
jvo of a contest" ( Ue mentioned the
lame of the two republics , which ,
'rom measures of precaution , I
.rithhold . ) , "and the government of
he smaller power , which Is not
mly in the right , but the stronger
tnd the richer , have called on me
o purchase arms and ammunition
or them. I cau make hundreds of
housands of dollars out of the busi-
icss. "What is wanted is that I
hould send a consignment of mili-
ary equipments , themoiicy of the
state is now on its way Ijere , qr I
ihall have authority to draw on Lon-
lon for It. If I can accomplish
vhat they want , I find the means
> ut of the profit to go to South
America and open my glorious
vork. It is B aumarchais in the
lineteenth century , but with higher
md nobler aims. I shall make re-
earches in tlie Peruvian plains ,
md will exhume a wealth of artistip
plendor. The pyramids will be"
Iwarfed when compared with the
nagnificent monuments I must
ring tq light. "
'I know nothing , " y replied.some-
rhat confused , "about these things.
should think that the absence of
iolent physical phenomenon in
Jgypt has kept their monuments
atact , while in South America the
arthquakes have long ago ground
U vestiges of man's handiwork to
lusU'
"Quite trup , as far as ypur knowi-
dge goes. But there arc fyoad
ands in Peru that have never been
haten. Earthquakes follow rhyll-
uic rules. Some day Vesuvius and
Etna will be extinct , as they have
wen once before. The fires of the i
Jordilleras are but of yesterday. One
lundred thousand years ago South
Ltnerica had no earthquakes. Hum. r
o41 ! seenjs to think so. I have stu-
ied all the costnical theories. " Of i
ourse I could not dispute about J
rhat Humboldt had said , but 1
lade a casual and perhaps silly re-
lark about the w ealth of gold or
ilver that might be discovered.
Tusbl" he pried , "that's the least
liing I care ab.out. A 6Jng-e dj * "
every of some early deity , a head ,
rander , more majestic in form than
femnoi ) , would be worth more to
10 than the gnUJeij sun of the In-
as , which was n planofeliure of pure
ictal some ten thousand feet in cir-
umfereiice , and # hich , when the
JO crossed tlie line , a million of
jen placed on its edge on * .
eak of the Andes , ' so that it almost
clipsed God's luminary. But the
ucaswcreto the ages that "went
Z g S r--- :
1 . _
before , and which I would feeek af
ter , as to time what San Franciscc
was to Tioy. " I could not stop
him. He developed his plans. WitL
a frankness which astonished me
he gave me details of his private
fortune , which was ample. The
money he had io the firm was to be
untouched. I was to attend to the
South American business. Endowed
at twenty years of age with no end
of energy , but having a circumspectness -
ness even beyond my years , I corn-
batted the South American scheme.
At last it was daybreak before the
matter was settled ; a reluctant con
sent was given on my parti At the
business I went tooth and nail. My
principal occupied himself with the
general plan of the business , but all
the details of purchases ana ship
ments devolved on me. My sum
mer vacation was passed in attend
ing to it. Two or three shipments
were made , and my heart was in
my mouth until reimbursements
came. We cleared some 560,000 in
a six months , in gold , on the first
shipment. "We shall stop now , " I
said. "Here is money enough made
for a first venture , and you have
means row for explorations in Peru.
"Nonsense , my dear boy , " was the
reply , "it will take a quarter of a
million before I can even begin.
This time our people want artillery
trains. At it again. Chances are
more than ever in our favor. "We
are to be paid heavily ibis time'ant ,
in addition I have had a concession
made me of some hundreds of square
miles in i-eru , exactly where mj
researches are to commence. " ]
pleaded and pleaded in vain , but
was bound to the wheel. A lighter
position one occupying me but a
few hours was given me in the
office , and all the rest of my time
was devoted to the arms business.
I had managed , so far , to be very
circumspect in my purchases , but
could not be always on my guard.
All large banking houses have a
peculiar set of men , who frequent
them old men often , who some
times comes for news , or who make
occasional purchases. Often these
personsTnaj have been acquaintan
ces of many years' standing , who
had been on intimate terms of
friendship with the fathers of the
present firms , and who are allowed
the privileges of the offices. Among
these friends was an old man who
dealt particularly in notes. He was
a Frenchman , who spoke English
fluently and elegantly , with scarce
an accent. Pick him up in the
street , and you would not think he
was worth five dollars. One suit of
clothes sufficed hjin all the year
round. lor ? ten years I had known
dim to wear the same bandanna
handkerchief round his neck.
A. now bandanna marked
t decade In his life. He was highly
educated , and , though filthy in per
son , had , strange to say , distingue
nanncis. His passion was money-
naking. "With a flare , as the
French have it , a keen sense of irn-
) ending trouble , he was ever ready
o improve the situation to his profit.
' could not call him a vulture , nor
mo would suck your blood or pick
: our bonescommerciallv ( ) with a rel-
sh. Balzac's Gobseck was not exact *
y like him , foi this old Frenchman
vas charitable to a certain degree ,
; Iving away every year a fixed sum
o benevolent institutions. Bet a
lote once purchased by him , ithad to
ic paid to the minute. His word was
lis bond. If he purchased a note for
housanclsofdollars-andhetookafew
isks , only buying gilt-edged paper
-he never gave his check for it.
Jis signature few had ever seen ,
Te would draw the bill himself from
lis bant , and pay in money for the
lotes. His curjosity , his acquaint-
, nco with everything in the city
vas wonderful. No man failed , or
iver was on the eve of it , but this
trange character l < new it. With
n intuitive perception akin to the
tiarvelous , he would , with a single
nilTof his long thin nose , smell out
. genuine , bone fide note , issued in
, legitimate way , from a kite. Oc-
asionally ho would stray into our
irivato office. Ho had a taste for
, rt , aiuloue day when I was alone ,
numbing a Spanish dictionary for a
vord I wanted , he entered and
licked up a fragment of a South
American idol , which was in se as
.paper weight.
( Ft be continued. )
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The voters of our nation ,
i
AS ne'er was known before , ! ii
Arc rising from Pacific's ktrand i
To Atlantic'i rocKjr shore.1'
"
Why is this mighty change ? i
\ \ hat on the meaning be ?
The rising of the masses
i
From northern lake to southern'sea.
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The tpirit of old
- - 1 seventy-sii
From out our „ „
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots'blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore ,
Thouah obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not ouecent for tribute. 1
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
The Ighti of mm to t ) . a man
Should govern Freedom's laud.
Tbcu shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
And nations yet unborn shall cladly cre < 5t
The emblem of the free.
In trade we'll try to deal ,
As man should deal with man.
And while we seek to live ourselves ,
We'll sell as cheapras anybody can.
And Jf a Lat you need ,
Or fnesd you chance to meet ,
Remember liuuce. the Hatter ,
On Upper Dougl-ia Street.
elGtl
H. GKKE > C. -c. J. KABBAC1I
GltERE & K.VRBAC1I ,
th st. between Farnharn and rneysU
OMAHA , - - NEB.
MANUFACTURER OF
pring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES AN I ) < : KR1.1GES.
Dealers in and manufacturers of
GKICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 1
; > ARTICULAR A T CXTION PAID TO
1IOR3K NHOEIXO.
BSTRepairine of wagons and blactsraithing
omptlr done at reasonable nriccs mvd Aw < j
ENOCH HENNEY ,
Pustice of the Peace
Office over t no .State Bank , corner tf Far
iruadd O
ACRES !
OF THE FINEST
SI
Jlkliorn Yallcy Lauds !
FQR SALK
Neb
11IESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO H
. the market and the CI
INEST in the STATE !
AEdltriU be 3014 at from
2,50 to $5,00 PER ACRE !
For Cash or on long Time. L )
ES- AND EXPLORING 1 [ CR
TS for sale at Q. & N. "W. De- I-a
> t , bearing coupons which will
s taken at full cost in pavment
rland.
HiAI
AI
5fO QOA PEt : DAI- Agents want-
1V V Ved. . AH classra of work- JI' '
5 people of either sex , young or old , sake
> re mouer at work for us in their spare mo-
> nts r all tbA tlni than at nvthlni ? else.
[ dieisSTlNSON * Co. , Portland ,
'
Monevand Commerce.
Daily Heview.
OFFICE OMAHA DAILY BEE , 1
August 11 , 1S74. J
The quiet usual to the season stil
prevails at the banks , but neithe ;
in a greater or less degree , than ir
other years. The increase of depos
its being in excess of tlie demanc
for loans , which is certainly satis
factory to the bankers , in view ol
the need of ready money for moving
the crops , which as has been antici
pated , a're very large. The rates ol
discount remains unaltered , there
being but slight variation for inde-
pendant borrowers.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Grctits ( selling ) $820.00
Land Warrants , ( ICO 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 our general market we note
some change. " . '
Groceries , steady , with no change
except in dried fruit.
Provisions , slightly advancing.
Banon , 12A.
Hams , 15J and 1C } .
Dry goods are firm.
In hardware we note a decline in
nails of lOc. per keg. Also a fall in
tin-plate ; and in sheet-iron of one
quarter cent on first quality. Cop
per sheathing 14 and 16 ounces , we
quote at 37 cents.
Allother lines are firm at last
quotations.
OMAHA MARKETS.
Carefully Corrected Daily
DRY GOODS.
T. j. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas Streets.
PRINTS.
Miens „ . . „ _ <
imerican „ „ . i
imoskeaj " 't
3ristol „ . . „ _ s
Jarners _ „ _ j
lamilton .77. . , .
Herrimack D _ pJ
'cabody . „ . „ „ ; *
Uchmond !
iimpson's „ !
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
iright 4-4
JoutG _ „
! abet 4-t 12 > J
. ' . Y. Mi'ls _ _ if. .
'eterboro. . . . . „ _ . . . . _ . . .
luffolk L „ _ „ _ 8 %
BLEACHEO SHEETINGS ,
'eppercli S-4 , . . . . . , , , . 31
" " ' " ' " " "
do 10 . "HI ] . ! . . . . . . . 'jA %
COTTONADJ S.
armer * and Mechanics „ _ . . . _ 25'4
( real Western. . _ „ „ . . 26
BROWN SHEETINGS.
ilblon , A „ _ _ . . . . . gi
.edford. U _
Irantviile , EL „ ioj {
ermania , U B „ „ . . . „ „ yy
angley. . . . . . . . . . . . . „ . „ _ \ \
i. L 3 „ . 9
GINGHAMS.
.meriran „ u
.moslceag _ 1-3
ates m „ 1,5
iinca ter. . . . . _ 73
TICKINGS.
.mo Vppj ; , a c a _ . . . . . . . . H. . . . . . > . . .
iddeford _ . . . . . . 17 .
DENIMS.
moskesg „ _ 23V
-aver Creek , B B „ . jcU
Jaymakers. . . . , i5
tis , B B _ . \iy
tis , C C _ „ . . . . 15 %
JEA"NS.
Iddeford „ „ „ 151
easier „ 4
YANKEE X0110
: URTMOHR A co. , Ii31 Farnliam
Street.
lark's O. N. T 7ft
pat's 7ij
'errick's aoi'
" " /a
HOiIERY"a
omestic „ „ _ $ nrgj 00
rit"n - - „ 3 OCfeC 00
PAPEU COLLAUS.
Ickens * best . „ . . " s 90
Ing William H l" 1 : ! 5
omestio. . . . . _ „ . j go
; anley „ „ . . j. 50
SHAWLS.
ttomau strips „ . . . „ 52 23(56 ( SO
SHIRTS.
hue common „ 510 50
* medium „ ] 5 oo
C'i"toru maue. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 CO
. _ S1200a24 CO
- 4 75A7 50
OVEKALL3.
rown drill „ M. ; g 5037 25
, ' . f 775a900
lu ? dr I 7 00a7 50
' duck. _ 8 00a9 50
rhlte s Q0a9 50
CORSETS.
rcnch whalebone $5 25aS 00
ur own . . . _ _ „ 15 QO
jrnet _ „ _ 22 50
iPKINO 8K1UTS.
men printed „ _ S 9 00
" rufiled _ 12 oo
" fluted _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ou
YARNS.
ilmoral Yarn , all colors , perlb $1 CO
emiantown Wool , " . . . . . .SI "OfC'2 03
, xony Yarns , per box „ . . > 2 15
GENERAL COM3IISS1ON.
J. C. ItOSENFELD glVCS US tUC 1
illowinpf quotations his day :
Butteractive , 20 cts. in tubs ; Eggs
rm , at 12c per dozen ; Live
hickens , 2 00@2 50 per doz. ; Goo&e-
; rries , 2 50 per bu..Cherries ,
80 per bu ; Lemens,12 00 per
ox. aim Easpborries,20c per quart ;
ackberries , 20c ; currants 20c.
HAEDWAItli.
J011N T. EDOAK.
IKON.
minon bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ M
) rse shoe bs „ „ „ „ . . . . . „ . „
> rway nail rod _
STEEL.
st plow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
irinon . . . . _ „ „ _ , , if
ncrican casn , oc'agon and cquarc. . . 18 ® 22
' EnglUh do do . . .
" ' f " - 1 * VIV * ll J „ 25 ® ( 40
irden's horse shoes , per keg _ 7 25
do mule do do . . . 8 25
irthwcstern horse nails _ 22a 23
indee thimble skeins , discount 43 pir cent.
> r half patent axles , discount 10 per c < nt.
NAIL3.
I to 60d per keg. . . _ _ . „ _ 4 COde
do _ . „ _ . „ . . . „ . „ _ . . „ 4 23
do . . . „ . . . „ . . - _ . . . . . . „ 4 5U
do . . . . „ * , w . „ „ . 4 75
do - . . . . . 7. . _ 5 W
fine do „ _ „ . „ 7 01
1 finis'nj do . . . „ „ . „ . 5 2 >
do do „ „ . . „ 5 go
do do . . . . . _ „ _ 5 75
1 casing do 4 75
do dp. _ _ . ; 03
d ° < } 0 , - . . . ' . 5 25
rought , all sizes 5 75
BOLTS ,
triage and tire. . . . . . . . . . . . . .discount 70 pr c
3UTTS.
rrow wroaght , I t joint -disccmnt 20 r.r c
st , loose pin reversible do 35 do
3OSCELLANEOU8.
y and manure fork . . . . .m.discount 30 pr c
> es and gaiden rakes Jo 25 do
JIINQES.
apand T - . discount 25prc
VTtENCIIES.
[ t's black
discount 55
- pr c
j's immltation - . do 45 do
: 's genuine - . _ jo
SPREWS.
: erlcaa Iron
- < 5 pr c
do braaa - _ _ 4Qprc
AORICTJI.TURAI. TJI iEilENTS.
SCYTIIK .
IoH's3a. > cstKlngperdo , net _ . 1200
impion . . . „ . . „ „ . _ . „ . . „ _ " " n-\
aid's Eureka _ .H . . ] ? 00
do red - _ . _ „ . „ „ . . . „ „ 8 00
SPJDES ASD S1ICVVLS.
idind'sNo2 black shovels , D II J2 00
do polished do do . . . 13 00
df > 4 ° Pl k Pa < Js J do „ 12. Ob
ore do iwlisljed 'do cjd . „ 13 po B ,
do's "spring point" L II shovels. . . 13 50
AXES.
ipencott'a Western Cruirn _ _ . 13 00
1 ° do do b.vefea _ . 13 50
COFFEE MILLS.
ke'sNo 3 , ire = box - . net 5 25
lo do 103 do _ K 75
lo do 5 Union Ir b. . . . . _ n m
K > do 35 do Britania _ 13 00
.
rgrave , Smith A Co. , - discount 30 pr c
erican Hie Co - do 50 do
HAMMERS. N (
rdoleX A E No 1 , IX , 2 _
nmond's A" E No 2 _ _ _ o nn
do do do 4 - ; ; 10 Zn
do lngin er'g No 1. . ,
do do do 2 _ N <
d Jlo flo 5. . ,
ILVTCHEIS.
Morris1 shingling , No 1 - . . . . . _ 57 0 (
do do do 2 - . - 8 W
do do do 3 . _ 0 C (
do cliw do ! . . . . . . . . . . . . _ , . . . - 7 C (
dc o do 2. . . . . . „ . . . . „ _ . . . _ 8 5 (
LEATHER.
BestBuOalo > ; = = = \ SCS3J
Matamoras do - o.2 , 32c ; No. 1,35 *
Best Oak do . _ .43S4oc (
Baltimore Oak Sole - . _ . 4Sc
irench Kiis . . . SI 40Q2 00
do Calf , leading brands - S2OCt25fl (
Domesti : laps - . . . - . - SI ( K1 SO
do Calf _ SI 33 1 75
Hemlock Upper , per foot - . _ . -25@nOc
Oak do do . . -30e
Cirain do do . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . _ . .30o
Linings , per dozen , . - S7 tOQIO 00
Toppings , do - 8110041400
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , . . . . . _ . . . . . . 33g45c (
do ( Oil Drcasodj do . „ . 30 < u.4Jc
do ( slmon ) . _ . „ - S" 00&3 25
do ( Glove Kid , ) _ . . . . . . .S3 5045UO
Welt Leather , per side , - to 00 < < f7 00
Boot Webbing , per bolt , . 4 , < a70c
Oak Ilarusss Ltatber , " Pittsburg , " . 4oe
do do do No. 1 . _ 40Q42C
do do do No. 2 , - 33 < itlOc
Oak Lice du . _ . 4ltific
emlock Harness Leather , o. 1 , _ . 3j4'Jc (
do do do No. 2 , _ . 37 ( < j3'Jc
Hemlock Line do . . . . . . . . . . .llfcUUc
1-air Bridle , per side , - . . SC 00@7 00
Team Collars , per dui - J25 50(525 ( 50
btage do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .H.21 CO
Scotch do do . S3C 00
( oncord do do . . . . . $ . ! 3 00
Cellar Leathei ( Hlack ) per loot , - ISQilc
do do ( Russet ) do . _ .lS ( < i lc
Patent Dash Leather. . „ . _ . 15c
SOAPS
Powell & Co. , Soap monufacturers.
Sapc. Publico , G l-26 3-4 ; Savon
Republic , do , , Chemical Olire , 6 to
61-2 ; Palm , 5@5 1-4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOl TERER'S
STOCK.
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Farnham Street , furnishe ? the
following quotations :
FRAME MOULDINGS.
Oil walnut mouldings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch lOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
15c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
G@15c ; 2 inch 12@30c ; 3 inch 18 ©
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 5@10c ; 2 inch 1020c ; 3 inch
15@30c.
Plain bands , 6 ieet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00 ©
4 00 ; each sddilional foot , 75c per
pair.
REPPS.
Union and all wool terry , per yard
1 50@3 jO ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 50a8 00.
DAMASKS.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
2 00a3 00.
MATTRASSES.
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
3 00a4 00 ; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
LUMBER.
RETAIL LIST
fcubjc-cl to change of market witnout
WM. M. FOSTER ,
On U.P. R. R. track bet. 1 irnuam ai
GEO A. HOAGLAN1.
Foists , ptudding and sills , 10 It , and un
der . . . „ „ g 03
Jver 20f t. each additional ft aJd'l 50
Fencing o 1 „ ' < ? OJ
do No 2 21 Ou
st common boards. . . . . . . . 2i 00
! nd do do „ ft * CO
'A" sto k iKiardx , 111 and 12 iuch 5 < i 00
'B" tlo do do do to OU
'C" do do do do 10 Oo
st clear , 1,1 > , 1 , and 2 Inch _ 55 00
d do do do do _ 55 00
< 1 do do do do _ -15 00
'looring , clear „ „ _ 50 00
do 1st common _ 40 00
do 2d do _ a > to
do yd do „ _ 27 50
du narrow , cliar „ 4500
sttlear ceiling % inch , 35 OJ
d do tlo y2 iuch 32 50
st do do 4fe Inch 30 W
d do do % iuch 27 SO
st clear siding _ _ 27 00
d do do _ 2C 00
st common sid.ug 21 OJ
i do do 2000
A" shinies 4 J5
Irtra No 1 Cringles _ . 3 to
tarnmon No 1 shingles _ 2 00
ath per 1000 _ „ . „ 3 So
I i. It pickets ttr 100 _ , . 3 So
do do do
liattenper lineal f _ I
tough do do do 1
Liberal discount ou carload lots ]
WINDOWS. ( Glared. ) ]
5 per ecu toll Chicago list.
(
DOOU3 , ( Wedged ) ]
> pet cent oil C. tcugo list.
BLINDS. ]
) per cent off lUt.
riilte lime per bbl _ _ .Sl 73(32 ( 00
omsvillc cement per bbl „ 3 00&3 S3
luster paris per libl. . . . 3 50 ( 3 73
Mastering hair per bushel „ 40
arrtd felt , _ „ 4
OILS. l'ALNJ'5 , GLASS , &c.
X. I. D.SOLOlMOaN.
ROB1SKT C. STEELL.
oal Oil _ S I'J Uil , No IS E5.-1 00
inseed Oil , raw. 103 " " 2 70
" " bl'd. . . 1 10 " winter ! JO
urpcntine „ U5 strain'd J
icaUlight Oil. 28 Lubricating I
„ „ „
Z\ \
W. Va7
PAINTS , AC
'bite Lead , St. Louis , Srtictly Pure _ S liy. ,
" " " " '
}
1'ancy Brands 9J A
utty lu Bladders „ „ _ . . 5j2
" " Bulk „ „ &
uameld Glass , colors , % lsq. ft „ . 1 00
'indow Glass 60 gi c discount
TIN , SREET-IROX. WIRE , &C.
[ ILTON ROGERS , COR. 14th &
FARNHAM.
TN PLATE.
SHEET IRON.
rstquahty , Numbers 16 to"24. . . . . . . . _ 5J
lo do do 15 „ _ _ . coo
o do do 26 „ . „ „ . . „ . . COO
" " " " " " " " " "
arcoal , both sidcssmothe"
do No 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . „ Tix
do do :6. . . . _ _ . 7 2
" ' " "
do do 27 „ . . rt ?
" "
niata , No. 24 . . . . . ! 9p (
'
" " ' " " " " '
do do 27 . . .
sslaperfett 7 to 12. . ,
lo No. J , stainol
jess
-ess tnan lull bundle ? , add one cent.
"American immitat'n Russia , U Nos. IS
xss : han fjill bundles add one cent.
. 14to2U .
M. , i
21 to 24 . . . z.ir.Iio : : : : il
" * JtnO AJ . . . . . . . . . * . . . . .M .M , . _ dQ 17 i
Ba
2
' ' " ' ' '
'ull bundles d& i'n't"lTp'e'r'cent. " Jot
COPPER. am 3
iziera 6 o & . , 45 No
' " ' "
do 10 to t2 to. . . . „ _ _ j- pol
do 12 lo lOOtt. . . " . ' 33
a-lun r , 14 aud 15 ot „ . . " ? ? Pal
nishrd , 14 and 10 oz 3 45 rai
> - 7 , 8 and 3 , Pjauished . _ 43 dui
'per boltwJas'JUZlilUmimil nm 33
rail
\VIRE. 6
Pat
Pac
- GROCERIES.
ETEELE & JOHNSON 53S-5-10 14T1I ST
CLARKTi FRENCH COR. FARNUAM AN1
Hill f-T.
PnNDT , 3IEYER .t RAAPKE , 212 FARN
UVil ST. , WHOLESALE I > EALERS-
MORGAN .t CtALLAGIIER , 205 Fam
ham St.
WHITXEY , BAU5ER5IAX A Co. , 24 ;
Douglas St.
j. J. cnowx & IJRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas Streets.
bUGARS.
COFtEES.
Rio choice pr ft . _ . _ 2Ga27
do prime dt > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H..H * Vi'W
do oed do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I4ut >
O G Java . _ . _ . . . . 3la.it
SVRUPd.
Common pr gallon . . . . . . . .V ; v ) >
Good do . - 50af 3
Choice do . „ . _ 70JSO
do N O tuol-sses. . . bO
Rangoon choice . _ . - . _ . . . SJO9
Ceroliui . „ . „ . b il/
CAlIDLES.
if Wesk i Co . _ . lG > ; n7
tthofcn . . . . . . . . . . . * , * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * * * . . * , . . 1 7til " ?
SOAP.
Missouri Vrlley . „ . _ G.iG %
Kirk's fcaon . ' . . _ G
Jf. West A. Co . _ 7a7J *
frchofer's German . „ . _ . 7
Kirk's ttandard . 4 %
do sterling - . . . _ -lalix
PLUG TOBACCO.
Black goods , Western . 48
; do do Virginia . _ . 50o55
do do Lorrilard's . _ fw.ibO
Itri ht do do do . UMGj
do do Virginia . SjaiO
Natural leaf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7oa93
DRIED FRUITS.
California peach sper pound . IGJaal"
do ajijilej do . lialJK
Plate do do . Iul4 > i
New currants . „ - bo5
do jiriiULs . „ . . lUU > i
do tici man cherries . 17
tlo bl cklnrncs . 17
< Jo ras iberries . _ . SSatl
do raisins , per bos . : t Cede
do seedless raisins , jicr pound . J1
fc.VLT.
New in barrels . . . . . .S2 70o2 85
do dairy . - . . . „ . _ . . . . 4 50-u 75
CANNED GOODS.
Iroundcaniljer'soys'ers , percale. . . ? ! 23al 50
t do do ilo ilo do . . . 2 50a2 73
i dc do William's do do . . . 4 OJnt 75
I do do peachus pei case . H 50
5 do do do do . 7 73a3 IX )
! do do tomatoes . do . u 5JaJ 75
f do do do do . _ . 5 00
2orn , Tropny per case . 5 1 0
do Wnisli'W do . 5 50
do Yarmouth do _ . 5 50
strawberries , < ! o . 4 50a4
lias i licrrie" , tlo . „ 4
L'ineapplto , do . _ . .1 ( XI
TEAS.
Jolon s , per pound . „ . . . . m2Za 5
I'oung ilyscu , per pound . 40al 00
! iuiis > owder , do do . fiOal
FLOUR.
\no\r \ Flake , ( Wells & Niemsn ) . 4 BO
Jold D. si . _ 3 10
CXXX Iowa City . - 3 00
California . . . „ . 4 75a5
DAGS.
ana-lies , heavy wcigbl -
o light dj . . . . _ -
1 i.s , four bu lifl . . - - . , . . . . . . . . . . 1 til 3
udee guuiiies . „ . . . ! S
ilab-iRS , Aiaos'.es A . . . . . . . . . . SOaSl
.o do Lud'ow a a. . . . . _ . „ . . . _ ol"U5
SPI'lE-i.
Cunc53 ! , 1'enan bc-t , per pou : > d . . . . . 1 35al 4t
. .jei no do . . . . 60
Llspice do do . ISa 0
linaiuon ba.k do dj .
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
" " . bl > lx , 1 - 0ff . JU 50010 CO
"lt > caus , j'fr duz . _ . ' > , Jt > ( jj 2 75
do do . _ . a yO(4 ( 1 CO
WHITE I'lall.
: o. 1 Ills . „ . 1 15Q. 1 25
unilly in kits . _ . 1 10 < y 1 20
„ ' bbls _ . _ . G CO ® 7 00
amiiyiny.libl- . _ r SH'u , G 10
MACKERLL.
'aiuily , in kits . 1 10(3 ( 1 20
Jo. 1 , i ! . 1 GUJi 0. . )
fc . do . S 00y ( ; 3 25
amily , > . { l > liis . r. 2,5ij ( , G to
" "
'o. 1 , "df > . 0 UU.jl ( ( ) CO
inline * , } t boxe < . „ . _ 1C C0 > ijl7 10
CIGAIIS.
. . i : . SIMPSON , iFanufacturcr , 532
13th Street.
Wholesale depot 54S 14'h ' Street.
all barrel sacks . . . . „ . _ 2 Oi
Ihicago , Ilocic Island
awl Pacific R. L .
THE GKAND CCNTP.AL P.OCTC FROM
MAIL ! TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
a DCS iloincs , j/avcnport and llock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
EsTixouousK P-iTk : T AiK BavHi.3 and
iller's 1'alcut tafcty I'iatforui und Coupler.
Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
onnctting ss follows :
" DES 3IOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad , tor OaUaloos. ) , Ottuuiwa , Keokuk
md St. Lonij.
r UKIN l-.LL with the Central railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to fat. Paul.
r WIST LIBEUTY ith the Burlington ,
: edar Itapids A Minnesota Killroad , ' for
iurlingtou , Cedsr l ipids , Dubuque A .St.
i'aul , At WILTON JUNCTION with the
! outh-Western nranch , for Muscatine ,
iVashingtou and all points couth.
r UAViMPOIU % with the Davcuport i &t.
aul Ilailru.iJ lor points nortji.
i KOCK laLANlJ with the AVestern Union
.tailroad for rrecpoit , Bejit , Itacine. Jlil-
vaukej and all points in northern I.iiuol *
; nd Wisconsin.
. ' I'.OCK ISLAND with the P > ckord ! , ICi.ck
Aland and St. Louis Itulroad for St. Louis
nd points-outii.
. I'.oCK ISLAND with the 1'enria i Kock
: ? nci Ii.iilio.id for Peoria and I'Oints crut.
1 UUKbAU JUNG. , With bra'.ch , lor lien ,
y , Larere , Cbillicothe and Peoria.
' LA b'ALLU with the Illinois Central Rail-
oad for points iiort hand south.
1 CHICAGO with aJl hn < a Ljst , North and
South.
HUOUOn TICKETS lo all Eastern cities ,
, thu line , cau be procured , and any infor-
tion obtained , concerning points , at the
-et _ uClceof thecompanv , i't F.irnhaui St. ,
laua , and also at the principal ticket offices I
ng the liaeol the U. P. P. . K.
C Checked TlirojiRSi | o nil
i'rliioljal Kastcm Po.utH.
Ag't , Uta'l Sup't ,
Chicago.
II. LACEY , a B 8TEVE.N8 , " f
aicket Agcnt , Qca'l Wcatsrn Ag't ( .
oux City & Pacific R , R , 3
The Sliortoat and only Direct w
Itoiitc fioiu
OUJSTCJLIi BLTJEES
it. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points la
r
RTIIERN IOWA & MINNESOTA. o
'ULL5IAN ' PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains 7ia this route.
COXSECTIOSS.
At U. P. Transfer with Un Pacific
Iroad for Omaha
At Council Bluff , with Kansas CUr , St
and Council Ulutfj IJailroad for St. Louis
all points south
At ilL-souri Valley with the Chicago and '
thwcstcrn raiiwaj foi Chicago and all
its east.
At aious City with Sionx City and S
I , Illinois Central and Da-oti [ Southern
oa-la. Steamers for Upper Missouri Hirer
DS navigat qa and with stages for all
its in the Northwest. Pr <
At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern 1
oad for iimah and Southern Nebraska. 1f. 1C
At { rewoai , Nebraska , with the Union f.
Be railroad for < U1 point ; Test and the
ttc coast :
At Wisner with stiges for Norfolt and al1
ts in Northern .NcfcnHfca.
S Tickcts lor sale in Chtejo atd North
ern Railway oflTccx.
r"Be sure your tickets read via S. C. A P
way. 13
L. BURNETT , Sup't.
C. HILLS , Gen. Ticket Ac't. AU
GEC. W. GRATTAN ,
Ascat , Ouiiiu
CHICAGO & NORTHWEST
The Popular Route from
o IM : .A. IH : .A.
TO
Chicago and the East !
AND THE
Ox .l-v X > iroot XI out c
IVWuterloo.Fort nodcr.nubnque.Tji
Cro < se , 1'ralrlc Du CItlen.Vlnona ,
St I'nul.Dululh , JnUMVllIr , Ktno-
t li , Grrrii i ay , Kueliie. Mcven'i
I'oliit. W tcrto\vii , O hVsHli , Foil
lu Lac , JJiulUou nu I Milwaukee.
It Being the Shortest and FList Conioleted-Llne
Between
OMAHA and CHIC AGO ,
Constant liuprovim nts nave taten place in
the way of reducing Grade , and placing Iron
with bteel Rails , adding to its roiling stock
new and Elegant
DAT nii.l 8L.KKP1NO CAKS
Equipped with \VcStluehouseAir Brae"
and " .Miller Flattorm , " establishing comtorta-
bieand comuirdious Eating Houses , offering all
the comforts ol traveling t t.e age can produce.
Fron.x to 10 Fast Express Trains ruu each
way daily over the various lines of this load
thus securing to the traveler selecting thi
route sure and certain connections In any di
rection he may wish to go.
Principal Connections.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY JUNCTION , for
Sioux C ty , Yankton and poiaU reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAM ) JUNCTION for Fort Dodge
Des Moines , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSlIAi > LforSt. Paul , Minneapolis
Diiluth , and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , ( harlcs Citv , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLIN1ON for Dubuqne , Dun'elth , Prai
rie du Cbivn , LaCrosse , and all points on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Frepport , Racine Millwau-
kee , and all points in Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with til railwar lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured , and any informal ! n ob
tained , concerning Routes , Rates etc , at the
Comi auie's Office , 213 Farnham Street , Omaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of the U. P. R. R.
U3Oaggage checked through to all principal
Eastern points.
\V. II. bTKNNElT , MARVIN IIUGHITP ,
Gen'l Passinge'r Ag't. Gen. Sup't.
J. H LMJEY , O.O.EDDY ,
Ticket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag'tOmaiia.
mchlStl
Omaha & St. Louis Short
Line
1874 !
Tbe Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. B
Is the only dire line to
e T . 3iioms
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMA.HA AKD THE "WEST
SO CHA : < iOC c ifc between Omana and St.
Louis a M.I b it ot e between OMA1IA
ana AA\V YOKk.
This th Only _ ine running a
f.tllAS LEEPINO CAR EAST
FROM UZIAI1A , OX ARRIVAL
OP THE UNION PACIFIC
GXPRKS *
r3 taking othct routes nave a
lisagrceabiu transfer at the Kiver .Statiou.
PASSiXGEK TRAINS DAII/T t
K REACHING ALL
* EA3TLSN AND WE3TEBH CITIES
iVith Ix s Changes and In advance of other
lines.
This Entire Line Is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Care ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars ,
ililler'u Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westini house
Air Brake.
< SrSee that your tickets read via
CausimClly , N . Jot-pli & Council
UluIHt Rulrod ,
\1a Omaha and Si. Louis.
ic'.ets forsalo at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
OS. TEHON , OEO. L. 3RADBURY ,
Fats. Agt. Gen' Agent.
. F. BA IINAHD , A. C. PAWES ,
Gen'l Sspt. Uen'l I"a s. Agt. ,
St. Joacoh. St. Joseoh.
S.OTJTE
S
1 TRAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. LOUIS WITH
'iilliimn Palace Cars
THEOHOH 1110111 OHANQB
Indianapolis ,
Cincinnati ,
Louisville ,
/Mcago ,
Golumbus ,
Pittsburg ,
Mladelpnia ,
Baltimore ,
Washington ,
AND
JEW YORK
Anivil of Tralu from tie West
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
leveland , Buffalo & Boston
Are for Sale nt the
Comrnny'a Office ,
- . . , r Fourth & Chtstuut tta. ,
i I.onU , and nl the Principal Hal'-
y Oflicea In tlie West.
: AS'iBABDCOCK > C. E. RUSSELL ,
, ,
b thern Pass. Aa't , Weifn Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KANSAS SITT ,
UN E. SIMPiON. CHAS. E. FOLLETT.
Oenibupt. , Gen'l Pjs3. Ag't.
Jtf INDIANAPOLIS ST. Loois.
TJxjitoa
Dnfecticners' Tool Works ,
'lies1 ' Mills < &
Manntacturers'o
onfectioners' Tools
Blaihlce Slouia , Ice Cream
Krcoze/t. &c.
3. 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St Fe
FeCI
PHILADELPHIA , P CI
CIA'
A'
1 E" " " A'Oi
Oi
. j i PATALOOOES , SENT OiGi
Gi
GiAc
Ac
Act
h St. , bet. Far aa aM Uamey.
KEAENEY'S
FLUID-EXTRACT
BUCHU
The.only known remedy for
BRIGHT'S DISEaiSE ,
And a positive cure for
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Xer-i
voua Debility , Dropsy ,
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine , Irl-
tation , Intlaination or Ulcerationof the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
SPERM A TORRIKEA ,
Loucoerhoe or Whites , Diseases of the Prostrate
GLtnd. S.one in the Bladder. Colculur ,
GIL.VVKI. Olt nUICIC DUST DK-
POslT ,
And Mucus or Milky.Discharges.
KEARNEY'S
Extract Buclia !
Permanently Cures all DUeases'of the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsica
Swellings.
Existing in Men , Women and Children ,
ATe Mailer mat the Agel
Prof , itcelo says : "One bottle of Keirncy's
Fluid Extract Buchn is worth more than all
other Buchus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , sii bottles for
are dollars.
Depot 104 DuaneStN , Y ,
A physician In attendance to answer corror
pondence and give advice gratis.
ea Send staiuo for pamphlets , free.a
Crane A lirlghain Wholes tie A , tents. San
Francisco. Cal.
TO Tilt
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
? OOHABGE FOB ADVIOB AND CON
SULTATION.
) R J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
Jeflerson Medical College , Philadel
phia , author of several valuable
n-orka , jau be consulted on all dU- ,
eases of the SextiU and urinary or
gans , ( which he has made an es
pecial study , ) either in male or fe
male , no matter from what cause
jriginating- how long standing
A. practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
; uaranteed. Charges reasonable ,
rhose at a distance can forward let-
ers describing symptoms and en-
ilosing stamp to prepay postage.
JESTSend for the Guide to Health.
Price lOc.
J. R.DYOinM.D.
? hyMcion and Surgeon , 104 Duane
treet. N. Y
3BSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RHLEIF FOR YOUNG MEN from
heeflects of trrors and Abuses in early life.
lanhood Itestored. imtxsliments to Marriage
amoved. New me wl of treatment. New
nd remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
: nt free , in sealed envelope * . Addre's , IIOW-
> /SSOCIAlIOy.No. ? . 2 South Ninth St.
hiladelphia , Paan Institution h vingahisl
> putaiiim for honorable conduct and profes
lonal kills. Je5d4w3m
Popper ,
WHOLESALE BUTCHER
KI > CATTtE BROKER ,
ALT LAKE CITY , - - UTAU.
feb27lt
ML
Proprietor of Uta
.RISING SUN
ANGELES
Depot for the sale of hia
NATIVE WINES
AND
Co. ,
Corner of Battery and Vashington Sts.
X K SCISCO ,
znatTtl
PASSENGEHS
aing East orSouth from Omaha
ind Points on U. P.R.E. , uould take the
LINCOLN EOUTE"
Vil tll3
TCHISON & NEBRASKA
RAILROAD' '
d f iure lor thcmselv s the choice of Six
Popubr KiJtesfrom
chlsoa to Clilcago and St. lonls ,
Jl making Reliable C jnectioas andbeing
dppod with Palace Day and Sleeping
.11 d.Iay and incoarenience arrlrlnz fro-n
rles atd transfers can be aroided West of
cage and St. Louis by securing Ticket ! Tia
CHISO.V anil the ATCmsUN &
eat Arkausas TaUcy & Colorado ,
I with all line * runntnz South to nolnti -0
mtneraSansasundthelndlanTlr to0 53
Asi lor Tickets Tia *
: NGOLisr & ATCHISON
" F. WHITE
O n'lPass.Ag't.
iJ
1INTH.YOU HAVE
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
CUB.
: [ EESERVOIK3.S ,
.4 S WE IIAVL l t.L.Vc. ouoO KEASCX3
XV. why thev will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea- ) and Clean.
1 Theyarecbsipest to buy ,
" They are best to use.
Ther bate evmly ami quickly ,
Ineir Deration is perfect , _
11 hey have always a good draft , *
Illiey are made of the bestinaterlal
They roast perfectly ,
, They require but lltile fuel ,
e o a localities.
LTeiy stove guaranteed to give satUfaclfon
SOLD BY
Excelsior Man'fg Co
ST. LOUIS , 310. ,
AND BY
M. R O GEB.S. . .
PELLEIS :
O OO
o o o
Or Snsar-CoaJeel , Concentrated ,
Root and Herbal Juice , Anil-
Billons Granules. TilC UTTtE
GIANT" CATHAHTIC. or Jlultum
in Parvo Physic.
The novelty of modem Mcdieai. Chemical and
Phafmacentical Science No uae of any loneet
ta .n tha lar c. repulsive & &tl tuuxeou3 pill *
competed of cheap , crude , and bnlUy Ingredients' *
wnca wo can by a careful application of chemical
Klcnce. extract all tha cathartic anil othev incdl-
cinil properties frora the most valuahio root * tno
neru * , aact conrcutrato them Into a minute Gnu *
me. jcar < < ! > larger than a muetaril
Mesa , ttatcaa te readily swallowed by ttoscol
thu rno-H scnj''ive Momachi and latiUiou3 tastes.
Eacaliule Purgative I'cIIet rcprwcntMna
mo't concentrated forra. an n-ic * * cathartic power
na ii embodied Ui any of the lanv , pills faond for
pale In the clrr , * shop * Trom their wonderful ca
thartic power , IT proT07tio : 'a their § izepeopl
who have uat trie 1 tncm art , apt to enppotc that
they ara har.i ordn'ttc in effect , but such la cot
at all th < j cav. he ditTercnt acthe actliclcal pria-
ciple * of which ther are composed beins BO oar-
Eij'iizecl end mxl:2cd. one Dy the others , M to
pruJuco a cio t ecarrliliiz ead thor
ough , yd gctitlj-andUlucHyoucrailue
cathartl * .
8500 Uctraril Uhert'oyofTercd oy the pro.
priutor of .hcsa Pelleti" , to any chemist who
cpon analysijlll find In them an > Calomel or
other fornii of mercury ci any otbcr Blneial
poUon.
Bcnr ; entirely vccctable.Ecvpartrcalir
care isequirctt while using them. They ope
rate without tlistnrbanco to the constitution , diet.
oroccupatioa. For Jaundice , IIcndacbcT
Conhtipatloii , Inipuro Itloocl , 1'aln
in the SliouldcrTIcITdieHs or the
CUcKt , Dlzziiicsa , Sour Uructntiour.
ot the f > tomaci , Had tame in
ulonth , Illlloua attacks , 1'aln in
rcKloti of Kidiicyw , Internal Fever.
Bloated fcclliiK about Stomach ,
ItuwU of Blood to klcatl , Ill ix Colored
orod Urine , Uii odaUiy ! ii L
Gloomy ForcbottliiK i take Dr
I'Jerce'sPIcanantl'urijatlvoI'cIlcts.
In erplans' ioa of the remedial power of my Tur-
cative relicts over PO prcat a va.'Icty of diseases
I wish toray that their action upon tha
a > imal economy Is universal , iioia
( Tlaud or tissue cscapiiirjthclr sana- .
live Impress. Aje Coca uot Impaij then-
their Ba ir-cc nnft'm.d : being enclosed tn j-ia. ,
bittlcs preserve their \ irtucd unUnpalrctl fet anr
Iccsth of time. In any climate , to that they are af-
trays fresh and rclUiblo , which Is not the ca. o
crith the pitw fonntl in the druj ; store , pnt nn ia
tr eap vrixjd or pa-'te-bcanl bosca. Kccollcct that
rora'i ' tli ea ca where a Laxative , Altera >
tire or Purjjatlvo la Indicated , these little
Peilc-M xvtli . civo the most perfect eatlafaciioa to
> f II iL'hn iu. tl-nrr *
They are Hold by all enterprising
DruggUt * at 5 ccutu a bottle.
Do not allow any nrnssist to Induce you to
lake unjthin' el j that to may My la Just na
food m my Pellclo becsn e ho mites a lar e *
proflt on that \vhicS ho recommends. Jf your
ilni5lft cannot supply them , eucloso S3 cents
ind rccche them ny ri-turn ir-ail f-om
B. I' fmUGC , J1) , JVm > > , "
BUFFALO , JU
iSK EOE PYLE'S
5ALERATUS !
AND
BAKING- SODA f
BEST I TO" TJ S Z ?
Pi'nav Meyer A Raankeand Whituty
Banserman A. Co.
DASTLE BROS- ,
IMPORTERS , OF
IEAS
AND
Sast Zadia. Goods ,
213 and 313 PtlOXT STIIKETT
an Francisco California.
rnchGTm
PLA/FTE / TALLEY
IEAL ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Ageut for the
J. P. B. B. LANDS ,
Sol-ambus , . iTeb
iavernment Lands Located !
1T. P. Lands Sold !
nprored Farms and Town EoU for
O -A.S HI ! !
Oil
LOISTG- TIME ! !
CommuQications Cheer
ily Answered ,
ITOVB ST.OE.3. .
E. F. COOK.
r 14th St. , bstwaea DoagUa ad
aoking and Heating stoves