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he Jlost Wonderful Medical UU-
corerj of the Affi Every Man
his own I'hjs'clan.
Frazier's Great Remedy
The people ol ths United States hsve been
humbugged Trtth all kin-is of Patent Medicines ,
quacks and importers , ! for tte past few rears.
In a most &hameiul uiauuer. The writer of the
following is one of the victims , and wishes to
present a very pUiu csi.3.
Believing tUat by cleansing the b'ood xraa
the only tras way of banishing disease , and
being a great suQerer Ir.ini weak lungs and a
g scrofulous aSectiou , and after trying many
kinds of I'jtout Jiallcloej and the most
eminent Pnysicians , I commenced doctoring
myself , aud at last d scovered a Blood Searcher ,
or Root Bitters , which not only gave me im
mediate releif , but alter a fe r weeks eflected
. a radical cure. The cough left mo , my longs
became strong and sound , my appetite good ,
aud the scrofulous disease had disappeared.
Keeling confident that m Discovery possessed
wonderful healing vriues , I gave it to others
afflicted , and found It effected thacost miracu
lous cures in thousands of cases , not alone
curing Coughi , Consumption , Asthma , Catarrh ,
Scrofula aud Weak Lntigs" , but all diseases
caused from humors In the blood. Thedemand
from my friends and others hiring alraut these
Bitters becoming very great , I commenced put-
t'ng them up for sale , calling hem FRAZItR'S
BOOT BmCERS. I was at first backward in
presenting either my-wolf or medicine to the
public not being a Patent Medicine Man , but
lain getting bravely o-er lint. I hav sold
thousands of bottles of my Root BitUrs , and
it is my desire and determination to place the
same within the reach of every guttering man ,
woman and child ou tiie face of the civilized
Thegiand principle that operates in these
Root Bitters is t lie power they possess In cleansIng -
F"r Ing tha turgid blood and banishing the vile
( r humors from the system. Root Bitters are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounds
from roots combined with herbs and plaju ,
many of which wer used in the good old days
of our forefathers , when people were cured by
t > ome simple root or herb , and when Calomel
and other polsuns of. the mineral kingdom
Ther pen all the natural passages of the
body , cast out disease , take away all sickness
aud build up tha system with pure blood ,
hence they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment.
No person can take Root Bitters and remain
long unwell. Victory upon victory they have
gained over disease aud death in all stations
and conditions in life. They are constantly ef
fecting cures of the utmost importance. For
Consumption , Asthma , Scrofula , Scrofulous E-
ruptlons , Catarrh , Weak Lungi , Lost Vitality
and Broken-down Constitution * , these Root
/ Bltte ore unl\eisaliy admitted to IN ) the most
wonderful Medical Discovery known to the
world. I'ueir jieclonil healing properties l > ene-
trate every portion of the human frump , sooth
ing the Lungi , strengthening the Stomach ,
Kidneys and Liver , cleansing the blood from
every kind of humor. No other medicine will
cure Chronic Rheumatism , Neuralgia ,
Heart Disease , Fits , Dizziotis , Headache ,
Dyspepsia , Furor and Ague , Costiveness , Piles ,
Urinary Diseases , Kidney Disease , and Liver
Complaint , 83 quickly as this Root Bitters. All
such diseases are caused from a bad stomach
and a poisonous condition of the blood. Fur
weakly , nervous young men , so. daring from loss
& memory , loss of energy , etc. , caused from
abuses in early lifc.auj 10 delicate femalesthene
strengthening Root Bitters are e < pecially re-
coiumenled. One bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis , Scurvy , Tetter , Fever
Sores , Site Eyes , luuiors , Cancerous forma
tlons , Dropsy , Erysipelas , salt Rheum , Ulcers ,
Boils , Flesh Worms Blotches , Pustules , Erup
tions , pimples on the fax , and Corruption from
F"S the Blood than all other rowediea iu eristen.ee.
G. W. FRAZIEB ,
oi/EvE3CiA.iyi : > . onio.
Frizlers Root Bitters are sold by all the lead-
in ; Druggists , Storekeepers and Chemist * . Sold
Wholesale by Strong A Cobb , 193 Superior
street , and Banton Myers A Caulield , 127 Wat
er street , Cleveland , O. ; B. L. Fahnestock A
( X ) . , Pittsburg : George I" . Goodwin A Co. ,
Boston ; John F. llnnry Curran A Co , United
States Medicine llonse , 8 and College Place ,
New York ; Wyth BrothersPhiladelphia ; Ful-
! er A Fuller , Chicago ; John D. Park , Cincinna
ti , and other first-class Drug Houses.
Show this notice to your druggist or store-
kreper. Ask for FRAZIER * MOOT BITTERS ,
and accept no substitute whatever."Price with
in the reach of all SI per bottle six bottle ]
. - . ivlidiwly
COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS who solicit
orders by CARD , CATALOGUE. TRADE-
LIsT. SAMPLE. OK OTHER oJ'EC'MEN ,
al o those who visit their customers and solicit
trade by purchases rasdo DIRECT FROM
S1OCK , aud who travel la any sccllon : by
Bail or Boat , willing any cUss of goods , ve re
quested to send their BUSINESS an-1 PRI
VATE ADDRESS , as below , stitlng cuss of
goods they sell , and bv whom employed ; also
those who ore at pr&icnt under no engagement.
S ThU mattet is of UtUHT IMPORl'A.NCE
INDIVIDUALLY to sa'esmeu oj tljls clim , or
U men sollcitinz trade In this manner. It
therefore ESPECIALLY desired that this
, _ _ noilce miy we et the eye ot ALL CommarcUl
( Trafeters andjaiesmen In this country and
* that theywlS JJ OSCB give It their aUen-
Uon. Those wh > etapy ! with above request
wlUbeCONFIDENTlALWPJrfated and duly
* dvli d of object In view. Pleasa address , ( by
letter only ) ,
care Qfo. ? . Rowell A Co , , 41 Park Row ,
Jy9eodlm NE YORK CITT.
JOHN UA.UO.Kll ,
Practical -Watchmaker ,
171 FarnP m , B. E.fbr. llth St.
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FIBST CLASS CANVASSING AGEX13
ddrets the Publlihen.
D. Appleton & Co. ,
& 651 Broadway ,
SEEING THE EDIJOR.
A Giant Looking and Thirsting
for a Duel , and What
That very clever story , "The-Tar-
antula of Calveras , " just now going
therounds , recalls anincllent which
took place in the New Orleans Pica
yune office many years ago , when
George Washington Boeder pre
sided over the police columns.
Boeder was very small , not over
four feet six inches in. height , singu
larly youthful in appearance , and
given to a pompous , overwhelming ,
elaborate politeness , which , in con
nection with his diminutive stature
and magnificent costume , generally
reminded one of a benevolent but
highly diplomatic tomtit. Apart
from hid journalistic pursuits Peed-
er had quite a name in the theatri
cal line , being a diletante comedian
ol considerable merit. Everybody
liked him , laughed kindly at his
little peculiarities , and respected the
bravo and chivalrous spirit which
the ) had found to be among hid
To see Boeder in the editorial
room receiving an irate party , and
particularly one of the rougher spe
cies , was a privilege to be eternally
grateful for. His microscopic size ,
his gorgeous toilet , his profuse cour
tesy , and his grandiloquent address
were simply amusing. Callers with
well-defined injuries , but limited in
tellect , went away in the firm con
viction that Boeder thought them
the purest , loftiest , and most perse
cuted of mortals. Entering the
Picayune ofllce with the rooted pur
pose of mangling and bruising the
chroniclers of their complications ,
they would retire believing that
Boeder was too angelic for this
world , and that his references to
them were made only after a bitter
struggle with remorseless duty and
at the expense of a bleeding heart.
He was perfectly ready to light ,
however , whenever the case de
manded it , and thereby hangs a
One day an enormous , rough , fe
rocious-looking man entered the
office and inquired for the editor.
Much to his sorrow Boeder had to
say that the editor was absent.
"I'm sorry o' that , " said the big
man , sitting down and depositing a
large , mangy carpet-bag near his
chair. "I stopped over one day Just
to see him. I'm from Texas , you
know , and I saw something about
Texas in this morning's Picayune
that sorter riles mo. I was going
home , hut I thought I'd like to see
that eaitor before I leftso , as I could
tell the boys what passed. I want
to see him alone for about two min
utes that's all. " And here the vis
itor's voice grew plaintive and his
fingers played with the hilt of a
Colt's army revolver which hung in
full view from his belt.
"I regret extremely , sir , that the
editor happens to be out just now. I
feel sure , from the impression you
make on me , that he would esteem
it a privilege to meet you. He would
like you to take back to Texas his
assurances of friendship and admi
ration. Couldn't you , my dear sir ,
c'ouldnt , you call a little later ? "
' yell , I guess I will come again ,
long as I'm here till to-morrow anyt
how. You seo. it would malco things
easier like if I was to meet that ed
Ahout C in the afternoon he again
returned. Nobody but I eodor hup-
peiied to be } n.
"So sorry , my dear sir , but the
editor has not yet appeared. Pray
be seated , sir , ami pernijt me to en
joy the accident that has made us
11 Now I think this is rather a hard
case , " said the brawny Texan , who _
said he was beginning to be.irnpa-
lisnt. 'U3 ras a paper thatpitches
into Texas , anu , bto speuTq bull-
rags the Texans , and when I call to
see about it there's no one iu.
"Whore I live things are different.
If a paper makes any unpleasant re
mark about a gentleman we always
know what to do. "We just walk
around to the office , and the editor's
there , ready to give it to us any way
we want it. But here you have
other fashions. You go for Texas
in the morning , and when I call
being the only Texan in town to
chaw up the editor a little , and swap
bullets in a genteel way , T canrt
find my man. I don't like it. It a
paper banters fellows in this sort of
way it ought to have a responsible
"Pardon mo , " says Boeder , step
ping daintily into the middle of the
room , with one hand thrust into his
bosom and his face literally beam
ing with good nature ; "pardon me ,
a thousand times. I quite mlsua-
derstood you. J supposed you want
ed to see the chief editor only. If
it is a responsible man you're seek
ing , that's another thing. "
"Certainly ; that's all I want ; a
responsible man somebody I can
rassel about this article. That's
what I've been saying all the time. "
' Behold him ! George Washing
ton Beeder , at your service , sir.
I'm the responsible man of this pa
per , sir. "
The astonished giant looked at
Beeder , and then at his pistol , which
was nearly as large as Beeder , and
his face became a battle-ground
where surprise , disappointment ,
disgust , and amusement struggled
for predominance. Then he stuck
the pistol back into the case , picked
up his carpet-bag , and eyeing Beed
er all over with disparaging regard ,
blurted out the exclamation :
And left , a swindled and injured
man. W. O. Picayune.
A STRANGE PHANTOM.
Felting Stones at an Innocent
Boy Hunting the Spectre
From Now Martmsville , West
Virginia , comes the latest ghost
story. If we may credit the account
given by the Wheeling Intelligencer ,
there lives , twenty-five miles up
Fishing Creek , and about twenty
miles from Burton , one Henry No-
ian , a wealthy and altogether respec
table gentleman. Air. Nolan has a
son John , thirteen years of age. He
is a bright intelligent boy , an has
always , until lately , been in good
health and spirits. Early last
spring , however , he began to be
troubled in a manner unaccountable
to h3 parents , who at first thought
he had lost his reason , He was fol
lowed , he said , continually when in
the house by an old gray-headed
man. He could sec this man plain
ly , but no one else could. John's
parents , becoming alarmed , sent
him away from home , and he re
mained sometime , experiencing no
annoyance while absent.
His friends , thinking his mind
sound and health restored , sent for
him , and he returned , only to have
his every step dogged in the same
mysterious manner. Now the affair
took a different turn , and stones be
gan to be hurled at him by his old
but invisible man. If John was in
the house stones would fall upon thereof
roof ; likewise if he was in any of the
outbuildings. If he was in the yard
or fields in any place outdoors
they would fall around and upon
him , but never hurt him. Thesi
stones varied in size from thedimen
sions of a pullet's egg to those of j
human list They could be seei
coming through the air. but fron
whose hand John alone could tell
He could always plainly see the ok
man hurling them at him. Thing :
went on in this way for some time
John steadily and rapidly failing ir
health and strength till in July
when" he again left home , and , ai
before , was not troubled during hii
absence. He was to return on Sun
day , the 29th of the month , auc
now some of the friends and neigh
bors determined to ferret out and ex
pose the whole business. According
ly , on Saturday , four men armed
themselves and went to the house ,
Early Sunday morning before
John was up ( he was never in anj
way disturbed while asleep , ) thej
surrounded tue building , first being
careful that within their circuit lie
one was concealed. Scarcely had
John arisen when the stones be
gan falling almost in a shower up
on the roof. Looking up into the
air , the party could see them drop
ping like rain , but whence they
came or by what power impelled ,
was a complete mystery. Of one
fact they were assured ; they were
thrown by no one within a long
distance of the house. After break
fast John came out , and the stones
fell thick and fast around him , now
apparently coming from a field
near the house. John could dis
tinctly see his old assailant in the
field , so with rules cocked the men
moved in that direction.
They descrioed the ghost as sitting
in a small bunch of briar bushes
the very one from whence the bom
bardment proceeded. The- patch
was instantly surrounded , rushed
upon with clubs and stones , and
John saw the old man enter anoth
er. This was in its turn surrounded ,
but with the same effect. Sometime
after coming from a patch the old
man would enter another a few feet
away , sometimes dash across the
field. All Sunday the search went
on , but without success. On Mon
day , however , while the storming
party were running from briar heap
to briar heap , their victim became
suddenly vissible to all , He was
dressed in blue trowsers and shirt
of fine looking material. He was
hatless , but his long white flowing
beard and hair hung in profusion
around his shoulders , and over his
breast. His face was pale , his eyes
were clear and sharp , and black as
night. He was ordered to surren
der , but did not design to stir.
The men then closed upon him ,
but he darted offlike a deer. Mean
while the atones continued to rattle
down , though propelled by some
other power than the arm of the
phantom. John started in pursuit ,
running with such swiftness that he
kept by the old man's side , while
the rest of the party v ere left far
behind. Again the strange being
entered a thicket of briars , and be-
caire invisible to all except the boy.
As soon as he was driven from one
hiding plrce he entered another j
and so the chase went on. Once
more during the Uaj' he appeared in
full sight , nwj thfs time as he still
spurned all attempts to make him
surrender , it was decided to shoot
him. One of the men teak delib
erate aim with hi < ) rjlj and fired.
The spjrtti unhurt , bounded off.
Another pursuer fired , but in vain.
The two men prepared to reload
their rifles , but upon n.eitljerof them
was there a loc.Ui both having fallen
For two days this hunt proceeded ,
without satisfactory results. On
Thursday , however , a smoke was
observed to arise from every bush
whence the stones came. Another
with this , viz : that an Indian hen ,
a bird found everywhere in that part
of the country , was seen to rise from
each bush and fly to another , the
volley seeming to follow in the wake
of her flight. No conclusion hav
ing been arrived at with regard to
this mystery , the investigation was
abandoned. John , now weak and
emaciated , wasted away to a shadow
of .his former self , had been sent
away from home , and had not , when
this report was written , returned.
This story , incredible as it may
seem , comes to the JnfeWiaeflcer-supr
ported by the names of citizens well
known in the neighborhood where
the events are alleged to have oc
THE COKING STltUuGIiE ,
The voters of onr nation ,
As ne'er was known before ,
Are rising from Pacific's strand
To Atlantic's roccy shore.
Why is this mighty change ?
What c n the meaning be 1
The rising of the masses
From northern lake to southern'sea.
The " spirit of old seventy-six
From out our heroes' craves '
Forbids a nation drenched in patriots' blood ,
Should sink to that of slaves ;
The motto which our coins once bore ,
Thoueb obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever t rue : not one cent for tribute ,
But millions for defense.
Party ties and party laws
Are but as ropes of sand.
Tbe ! ghts of mm to ba a man
Should govern Freedom's land.
Then shall our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
And nations yet unborn shall gladly gr ot
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 cheap as anybody can ,
And if a hat you need ,
Or friec'l you chance tn meet ,
Remember Bunce , the Halter ,
On Upper Douglan Street.
OK tCO A PKK DAY. Agents waut-
3)0 ) l" 2iU > ed. All classes of work
ing people of either sex , young or old , 2iake
more money at work for us in their spare mo
ment ! r all tb * tlmo than ai anything else.
Addiess 8T1N3UN A. Co. . Portland. Maine *
400,009 , ACRES !
OF THE FINEST
Elkliorn Yalley Lands !
FOR SALE BY
"Wisner , - - 2Teb
milESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
I the market and the
FINEST in the STATE !
Aud will bo sold at from
$2,50 to $5,00 PbR ACRE !
For Cash or on Ion ? Time.
S © IiAND EXPLORING TICK
ETS for sale at O. & N. W. depot ,
bearing coupons which wi'l ' be tak
en at full cost in payments for land.
H. 0. WALKEB ,
MASUFACXUKtJ' AJCU UKALEB IN
BOOTS & SHOES
510 13th St. Between Fornham and Douglas
TREETSCHEE & CO. ,
AniJReneral ProTlsioa Dealers ,
B. W. Corf Jackson and 13th Bts- ,
Kftp a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions ,
Wines , Liquors and Cigars , and sell cheaper
than any other house la Omkha. jyS Sa
- - -
Monev and Commerce.
OFFICE OMAHA DAILY BEE , )
September ] , 1874. J
We note no changes in our mon-
atary , as the market is firm at yes
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Grants ( selling ) . 5825.00
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 all commercial lines the mar
ket is firm at last quotations.
Trade is a little dull.
Provisions are active , on a full
market. No changes except in ap
ples , which are quoted at $3 50' per
CareluUy Corrected 'Dallr
j. J. BROWN & BRO. , Uor. 14th and
Aliens . . _
American . .
Amoskeag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bristol . -
Uarners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hamilton . . . . . .
Peabody . . . . . . . .
Simpson's . . - . -
Bngnt 4-1 . _ .
Boot G. . . . . . . . . . . _ 9
Cabot 4-4 . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . 12 >
Lonsdale . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Is
N. Y. Mills _ . . - U %
Peterboro , . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - 8
Suffolk. L _ _ . _ . . . - . . . 8J
Pepperiill 8-4 . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . - 31
do 0-4 . _ . 38J5
do 10 , , . , - , , , , . , . 38 > 5
Farmers and Mechanics . . . . S5V
Great Western- . _ . - 26
Albion , A . . 8Ji
Bedford. R . . . . . . _ . o
Grantville , E I. ' . . . . . . 10X
Germanla , B B . _ . - . . 9 > i
r.anclev . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
L. & . . . . . . . . ; . . . : . . . . . M
American. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
J _ IS
Lincaster . . . . . IS
Amoskeag , a c a _ . _ _ . . . .
Biddeford _ .
Amoskeag _ . _ 23 V
Braver Creek , BB 1C ;
Otis , B B _ . . \ , \
Otis , C C
MOIIR A CO. , 1231 Famhani
Clark's 0. N. T . _ 7o
Coat's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 70
Merriok's _ . - 42K
Domestic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . $ W@2 00
British. . . . . . . . _ . . _ . . . 3 OPaG ( 00
Dickens' best. . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . _ S 90
King William . . . 1 35
Domestic. . . . . . . . . . _ . 1 80
Stanley _ . . . . - . . . . . 2 50
Ottoman itrlp . _ . .S2 2506 50
White common . . . . $10 50
' medium. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
' custom made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 00
Perjal . . . _ - . . , - $1200a24 00
Calico . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . 4 757 50
Brown drill . . - . . . _ S6 50a7 23
' dnck . . . . . 7 75a9 00
Blue drill . . . - . . . 7 00a7 50
f duck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . 8 00a9 50
While . . _ . _ 8 00a3 50
French vhalebone . _ . S5 25a8 00
Our own _ . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
Comet . _ . _ . _ 22 50
Linen printed . . . _ S 9 00
" ruffled . 12 00
" fluted . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
Balmoral Yarn , all colors , per ft . SI 60
Gennantown Wool , " . SI 70(32 ( 03
Saxony Yarns , per bor . 6.2 15
J. U. KOSENFELD gives us tne
following quotations his day :
Butter , active 22cts. in tubs ; Eggs
10 per dozen ; Live Chickens , 2 00@
2 50 per doz. ; Gooseberries , 2 50 per
bu. : Cherries , 4 80 per bn. ; Lemons ,
12 00 per box , and Raspberries , 20c ;
per quart ; Blackberries , 20c ; cur
JOHN T. EDOAB.
Common , , . , - . . [ J1 ( 4
Horse shoe biu . . . . . . . . . . . . . CVj
Norway nail rod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ llj $
Cast plow. . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . U. . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Germon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
American casn , octagon and square. . 18 ® 22
Jens op's English do do . . . 25@ 40
Burden's horse shoes , per keg . . . . . . . 7 25
do mule do do . 8 25
Northwestern horse nails . . . . . 22 * 23
Dundee thimble steins , discount 45 ptr cent.
Stor halt patent axles , discount 10 per cent.
lOd to 60d per keg . . . . 4 10
8d do . . . 435
6d do _ . . . . . . 4 i
4d do . _ . 485
3d do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 10
3d fine do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 10
lOd finls'ng do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 23
8d do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 60
Gd do do . . . . 5 85
lOd casing do . . . . . . . . . . . 4 85
8d do do . . . . . . . . . 3 10
Gd s , do do . H . C 35
Wrought , all sizes . _ . - 6 85
Carriage and tire . . . . . . . . . .discount 70 pr c
Narrow wrought , fast joint..dbcount 20 pr c
Cast , loose pin reversible. . . do 33 do
Hay and manure forks..discount 30 pr c
Hoea and gaidea rakes. . . . . . do 25 do
Strap and T. . . -.discount 25 pro
Tail's black - . _ . _ . discount 63 pr c
Coe's iinrnitation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 45 do
Coe's genuine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 20 do
American Iron . w. . . . . . . . . . . . 45prc
do brass. . . . . . . . . . . . . 40prc
HHolt'a Ha.vest King.per do. , net 12 00
Champion . .HH. . . . . . . . , S 00
Hsald'a Eureka 11 00
do red . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 00
SPADE3 AND SHOVELS.
Rowland's No 2 black shovels , D H. . . 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
Moore do polished do do < R. 13 00
do' "spring point" L H shovels 13 50
Llppencott's Western Crown IS 00
do do do bcTefeU. . . 13 50
Parke'i > o3 , Iron box net 525
do do 103 do . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 675
do do25Unionirih 31 00
eo do 35 do BriUnia 13 00
Hargrave , Smith & Co. , . . . .dsconnt
American File Co do
Havdole's , A E No 1 , 1 % , 2
Mammond's A E No 2 - . . . . . $9 00
do do do 4 _ _ . . . . 10 50
do Enginter'a No 1 . 10 00
do do ' do 2. . . _ 13 60
do do do 3- . 1 * 00
Morris' shingling , No 1 . . S7 0 >
do do do 2 8 0
do do do 3 . . . . . . 9 G <
do C1-W do 1 . 7 &
tic o do ? i , . , . ! . . . . , T 8 5\ \
BesUJuffalo Sole , . . . . | 35,3,5 , ,
Matamoras do . . . . _ o. 2 , 32c ; No. 1 , 35i
Best Oak do _ . . . .43@15 <
Baltimore Oak Sole. . . . . . . . 4&
irench Kits . SI * 0@2
do Calf , leading brands.52 lO2 a
Domestic Kips SI 00@1 3 <
do Calf . . S1 3501 7 !
Hemlock Upper , per foot .2i < g30 <
Oak do do . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30i
Grain do do CO. .
Linings , per dozen S7 OOfglO ( X
Toppings ; do SU COS"
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , 3 $ < g45 <
do ( Oil Dressed ) do C640 <
do ( Simon ) S3 < X > ( § 3 2i
do ( Glove Kid. ) S3 50&5 OC
Welt Leather , per side . * 6 00&7 ( X
Boot Webbing , per bolt , . 470 <
Oik Ilarnass Leather , " Pittsburg , " 45 (
do do do No. 1 40@42i
do do do I o. 2 33 < i 40 (
Oak Line du .44@4&
Usmlock Harness Leather , > o. 1 , _ 39@4 < X
do do do No.2 , _ 7&39 (
Hemlock Line do . . . . .44 < k
| Fair Bridle , per side , S6 00@7 OC
Team Collars , perdoi $25 50&25 50
Stage do do .S21 50
Scotch do do S3GOO
Concord do do . . $33 00
Collar Lcathei ( Black ) per loot 18@-24c
do do ( Uusset ) do 13@ik
Patent Dash Leather 15c
Powell & Co. , Soap monufacturers.
Sapo Publico , 6 l-26 3-4 ; Savon
Republic , do. , Chemical Olire , 6 to
6 1-2 ; Palm , 551-4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Parnham Street , furnishes the
folio wiug quotations :
Oil walnut mournings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch iOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
15c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
615c ; 2 in'h 12@30c ; 3 inch 18 ©
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 510c ; 2 inch 10@20c ; 3 inch
Plain bands. G feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00@
4 00 ; each additional foot , 75c per
Union md 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 CO.
Hust , 4-4x0-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
8 00a4 00 ; Excelsior , 3 50a4 50.
feuuiect to change of market witnout i
WM. M. FOSTER ,
On U. P. R. R. track bet. 1 irnham ai
GEO A. HOAGLANL.
Joiats , studding and sills , 20 it , and un
der . 122 00
Over 20f t , each additioual ft add'l . 50
Fencing No 1. . * 5 00
do No 2 - 21 00
1st cuuiiu'in boards. . . . _ . . ij 00
2nd do do _ 22 00
"A" stock Iwnrds , 10 and 12 inch 5U 00
"B" do do do do 35 00
"C" do du do do 20 00
l t clear , 1,1 } , I/ and 2 inch _ 65 00
2d do do do do 55 00
3d do du do do _ 45 00
Flooring , clear _ 50 00
do 1st common _ 40 00
do 2d do _ 35 00
do 3d do . _ 27 50
do narrow , clear- 4500
1st clear ceiling % inch 35 00
2d d do fa illeu 32 50
1st do do % Inch . . . 30 00
2d do do % inch 27 50
1st clear siding _ 27 00
2d do do . 26 00
1st common siding 24 00
2d do do 20 00
"A" shingles _ 4 23
Extra No 1 shingles . . _ . . 3 uo
Common No 1 sh.nglcs . 2 00
Lath per 1000 _ 3 5n
D A U pickets eer 100..1 . 3 BQ
Square do do do , . . . -
O G Batten pe < - lineal fr \ %
Rough do do do . " .
Liberal discount on carload lots.
WINDOWS , ( Glazed. )
35 per cent OH Chicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged. )
25 pei cent oB Cl icajo 1'st. '
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl _ _ .Sl 73@2 00
Louisville cement per bbl. . . . . . . . . . 3 00@3 25
Plaster paris per bbl _ 3 50@3 75
Plastering hair per bushel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Tarred felt , , . . 4
Plastering boatu 5'
OILS. PAINTS , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D.SOLOMO1S.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil 5 18 I LO.TO Ull , No . IS 951 00 _ _
Linseed Oil 4 t It * ' -
, raw. 105
" " hl'd. . . 110 " winter \
Turpentine _ 65 "straln'dj BU
Headlight Oil. 28 Lubricating I
White Lead , St. LouU , Srtlctly Pure 8
Enimeld Glass , colors , i sq.ft. 1 i
Window Glass 50 S c discount
TIN , SHEET-IRON. WIRE , &C.
MILTON ROGERS , COR. 14th &
10x141C , lair quality , . . S12 50
10x14 Ic , best quality 13 00
10x14 IX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1C 00
12x121C do do 13 50
12x12 IX do do 1C 50
14x20 1C do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
14X20IX do do . . . . . - 17 00
14x20 IXX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 00
14x20 IXXX do _ 23 00
H 0 plate DC ( best quality ) . . . . . 23 00
100 plate DX. do do _ 1350
100 plate DXX do do . . . . . JG 50
100 plate DXXX do < Jo . . . 1J 50
Roofing IR charcoal do do . . . . . . . . 14 50
Roofing IX do do do . . . . . . 15 CO
10x141C coke do do 1200
20x23 1C charcoal roofing _ 27 00
20x28 1C charcoal rooting . . . . . . . . . 32 CO
e4x4 IX charcoal _ 27 50
10x20 coke ( for cuttersl. . . . _ . 20 50
Large pigs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Small pigs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Bar tin - , . . . _ - 38
Sheet tin 25 to 35 In .
do do do ir. half casks. . . . . . . . . 11J4
do do do in 250 ft casks. . . 12
Sheet 24 to Ho Inches per utieet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 %
Tinners soldei ( extra refined. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
do do No. l. . . . . . . . . . . - . , . . . . . _ 23
do do roofing. . , . . . . 21
bid metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oa2
First quaiit Numbers 16 to ? ! . . . . .
do do do 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do do do 26. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do do do & . . . . . . . .
Charcoal , both sides smothe
do No 24 . - .
do do 16..H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do do 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Jnniata , No. 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . , . . . ,
do do 26 . . . . _ . . . . . . . . _ .
do do 27 . . .M.- . _ . .V
Hossla perfect 7 to 12 . . . . _ . . . . . . ,
do No. 1 , stained _ _ . . 23
Less tnan lull bundles , add one cent.
"A'jAmericac Immitat'n Russia , all No . 18
Less than full bundles add one cent.
No. 14 to 2U. . . . . . . _ . . _ . . . . _ . . . .list .15
tJo 21 to 24 . . . _ . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . - Oo 16
do 25 to 25 . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . _ dc I ?
do 27. . _ _ . . . . . _ . . do 18
do 22 _ . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . do 20
Full bundles discount 15 percent.
Braziers 6 o 9 . . . . _ . . . _ . . . . _ . 45
do 10 to 12 Ib . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
do 12J < to 100 B _ . . . _ . _ . _ 38
Sheathlne , I4aiid,1S ot > . _ j n.i. . . . 37
PUnlshed , 14 and 16 oz , . _ . . _ _ 45
Nos. 7 , 8 and 9'Planished . . . . . _ _ m. . . 48
Bolt copper . , . .i jn . . .I-.J.IMI. . . . . . . . . , ! . GO
Copper bottoms- . 38
- BRIGHT TVTBE.
9 10 11 UK 1
BTEELE & JOHNSON 538-540 14TH ST.
CLARK i FRENCH COR. FABNHAM AND
PUNDT , MEYER * RAAPKE , 212 FARN-
HVM ST. . WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MORGAN & GALLAGHER , 20o .barn-
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAN & CO. , 247
J. J. BROWN &BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Granulated prO ) 12
Powdered do . . _ . 12
Crushed do . . 12
Refd cut loaf do _ . . . . . . . . 12 %
Standard A do
Circle A do
Extra C do
Yellow C do . . .
N 0 choice do
Rio choice prtt .
do prime do
do good do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0 d Java _ _
Common pr gallon . 35.145
Good do _ SCH.6.J
Choice do . . . . . . 70u80
do N O molasses SO
Rangoon choice. . . . . . _ . _ .
Carolina . _ . . . _ . Iu
M Wesk 4 Co . - . . 17al7 > i
Missouri Vrlley. . . . . .
Kirk's Savon .
M. Wesk A Co . _ .
Schofer's German. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kirk's standard. . . . . . .
do sterling . . . . . . . . .
* i TIO TOBACCO.
Black goods , Western . 43
; do do Virginia . . _ D0a55
do do Lorrilard's . . . . . . . . . . . . SoaCO
Bright do do do . C0a65
do do Virginia . - SoafiO
Natural leaf . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . 75a9o
do apples do . . . . . . . . . . . . 12al2K
Plate do do _ Iial4j
New currants . 8au
do prunes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14all j
do German cherries . . . . . - . 17
do blackberries A . . . . 14
do raspberries . . . 3Sa40
do raisins , per box . _ . 63 COde
do seedless raisins , per pound . 12 %
( New in barrels- . . .S2 70a2 83
do dairy . . 4 5Qju 75
i CANNED GOODS.
2poundcanMrer'soj's'er31percase..Sl 23a4 50
1 do do do do do / . . 2 50a2 75
2 dc do William's do do 4 00a4 75
2 do do peaches ] > ei case . C 50
3 do do do do . 7 75a3 00
2 do do tomatoes do . . . . . . . . 3 25a3 50
3 do do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Ol )
Corn , Tropny per case . 5 ( K )
do Winslow do . 5 50
do Yarmouth do . 5 50
Strawberries , do . 4 E0a4 73
Raspberries , do . - 5 25ao 50
Pineapples , do . . 5 00
Oolongs , per pound . 25a75
Young Hyson , per pound - . . . . . 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . . . . . dial 25
Snow Flake , ( Wells 4 lileraan ) . 4 50
Gold Dust . . 3 10
XXXX Iowa City . _ . 3 00
California . 4 75a5 U )
, heavy weight - _ 18919
.o light di. _ . . - 17 18
laps , four bushel . . . . . . . . - . 18 19
adee gunnies . . . . . IS
iln hags , Amoskeg A . . . . . . . . 30a31
o do Ludlow a a - . - . . _
Nutmegs , Penang best.per pound . 140
Clove. do do . . . . CO
Alspice do do . ISatiO
Cinauion bark do dj . K5a4u
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
J bbls. , 100 Iba . J9 50(310 ( CO
1 II cans , per doz . . . . . . . 2 5G@ 2 75
2 do do . _ . . S 90y 4 00
No. 1 kits . 1 15 ® 1 25
Family in kits - . . . 1 10 ® 1 20
% ] ) \ > li _ . - . C 50 ® 7 00
Family in } < : bbls . - 5 50Q 6 tO
Family , in kits . - . - 1 10 ® 1 20
No. 1 , do . 1 CO ® 2 00
Mess , do . 3 00@ 3 25
Family , ] A bbls . G 25 ® C 50
No. 1 , do . _ . 9 0010 CO
Sardines , % boxes , . - . 16 5017 10
A. E. SIMPSON , Manufacturer , 532
II. Upman . _ . $ ) M. S 35 00
Reconstruction. . . . . do 3.T 00
Grand Central _ . - . do 35 00
Universal . . . . . . . . . . . do 40 00
Yora . . . . . . . . _ do 4300
La Boquet . . . . . . . . . do 50 Oi )
Simon Pure . . . . . do 50 CO
Farligas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 73 CO
Yours Truly. . . . . . . . do 65 00
Gold Medal . _ do 50 00
La Espanola . . . . do 60 00
Triple Crown . . . . . do 75 00
Henry Clay _ . - do 100 00
De Viller - . - . . do 100 00
T Viller. . . , . . . . . . . . . . . - do 100 00
1876 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 75 10
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks. . . - . . _ 2 9C
Chicago , HocK Island
and Pacific R. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via DCS Molnes , Imvenport and Rock Island.
- o -
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
WEiTINGHOUSK PATENT AIR KRAKK3 and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
onnectlog as follows :
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad , lor Oakaloosa , Ottumwa , Keokuk
and St. Lonis.
AT GKINNELL with the Central Railroad cf
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 Branch , for Muscatine ,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT KOCMC ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport , Be ; jit , liacine. Mil
waukee and all points in northern Illinois
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Pcorla A Rock
Island Railioad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC. , with branch , for Hen
ry , Lacere , Chllllcothe and Peoria.
AT LASALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort h and south.
AT CHICAGO withall lines East , North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern lilies ,
> la this line , can be procured , and any inior-
ination obtained , concerning points , at the
ticket officeof the company , 12s Farnhatn St. ,
Omaha , and also at the principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. B.
age Checked Tlirongli In nil
Principal Knutcrn Pomes.
A. M. SMITH , H. RIDDLE ,
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't , Gen'l Sup't
J. H. LACEY , S. 8. STEVENS ,
Ticket Agent , Gen'l Western Ag't
a28tf Otoah * Omaha.
Sioux City & Pacific R , R.
The Shortest nud ouly Direct
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
NORTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEWING CARS
On all night trains via this route.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Un Pacific
RaUroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
Joa and Council BIutLj Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
3. At ML-sourl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway foi Chicago and all
4. At Sioux City -with Sioux City and S
Paul , Illinois Central and Dakota Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River ,
during navigation and with stages for all
points In the Northwest.
6. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont , Nebraska , wli the Union
Pacific railroad for all point ; west and the
7. At Wisner with stages for Norfolk and al !
points in Northern Nebraska.
5STickets for gale in Chicago and North
western Railway offices.
CS-Be sure your tickets read via S. C. .t P.
L. BURNETT , Sup't.
F. C.'HIZLS , Gen. Ticket An't.
CEO. W. GBATTAN.
Agent , 0 ilf ,
CHICAGO &NORTHWES'N '
The Popular Route from
O HVTA.IE3 :
Chicago and the East !
CTOSHC , 1'rairle Du Clilf n. AVInooa ,
St. Paul , Duluth , Jnnrsvlllc , Ittiio-
Hlm , Greeu Kay ) Kacliie , Meven'a
Point , Wr.tertowii , OshkTeSli , Foil
DuLac , fllndUou mill Milwaukee.
It Being the Shortest and FhstComoIetedLine
OMAHA and CHIC AGO ,
Constant iniprovrrncnts have taken place in
the way of reducing Grade , and placing Iron
with Steel Rails , adding to its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DAT aud SLEEPING CARS
Equipped with the "WcstinRhouseAlr Brale"
and "ililler Flat.'orm , " establishing comtorta-
ble and commrxlious Eating Houses , offering all
the comforts ol traveling the age can produce.
From * to 1O Fast Express Trains run each
way daily over thd various lines ot this load ,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
rout * sure and certain connections in any di
rection ho uiav wish to co.
AT MISSOURI VALLEY J UNCTION , for
Sioux City , Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
Des Moines , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MARSHAi.LforSt. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern points.
AT CEDAR RAPIDs for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , Charles City , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCL1N10N forDubuqne , Dunleith , Prai
rie du Chlen , La Croise , and all points on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
AT FULTON for Freeport , Racine Mlllwau-
kee , and all points In Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured , and any Informal ! n ob
tained , concerning Koines , Rates , etc , at the
Companie's OlHee , 21 ? Farnham Street , Omaha ,
aud also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of the U. P. R.R.
JKC Baggnge checked through to all principal
W. H. STENNETT , MARVIN HUGHITT ,
Geu'l Passinge'r Ag t. Gen. Sup't.
J. U LACEY , G. G-EDDY ,
Ticket Ai't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag't Omaha.
Omaha & St , Louis Short
1874 = !
Tbe Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. B
Is the only dire line to
JS 37 , ZjOTj ZEST
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMAHA AN T W EST
NO CHANGE .i cars between Orniha and St.
Lou-Is ana b it ot.c.betweeD OMAHA
ana JSaW YORK.
This th Only > Jne running a
MAN SLEEPING OAIl EAST
FItOJI OMAHA , OX ARRIVAL
Of THE UNION PACIFIC
B rPassenicrs ; tatlng othci routca nave a
disagreeable transfer at the Itiyer .Station.
PASSENGKIi TRAINS DAII.T t
EASTERN AND WE3TEBN CITIES
With 1-ess Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Caw ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars ,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westinqhouae
carSee that your tickets read via
Kniisn.s City , S' . Jospi a C'onncll
LtluflSi Italrod ,
fia Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
JOd.TF.HON , GEO. L. 3RADBURY ,
Fa. < 3. Agt. Gen' Agent.
. F. DARNARD , A. C. PAWES ,
Gcn'l Supt. Gen'l Toss. Agt. ,
St. Josnoh. St. .Toscuh.
.A. S T.
_ x _
3 TEAIISTS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. tOCIS WITH
Pullman Palace Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE
of Tralss from the 'West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland , Buffalo & Boston
i Are for Sale nttbe
J.i-Vyix.'jJ-Jj Com ny' Office ,
N. 12. corner fourth & Clieatlint t . ,
S ( . Lonig , nut ! al tlie Principal Bal'-
way Ofllcci Iu the West.
CIIAS. UABCOCK , C. E. RUSSELL ,
S'lbern I'ass. Ai't , West'n Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KASSAS CITT ,
JOHN E. SIMK50X CHAS. E. FOLLETT ,
Gen i Supt. , Ui-n'l Pass. Ag't.
> 23tf iNDIANAPOLU ST. LO0I3.
T7Z7 itQd R3T4VCOS
onfectioners' Tool Works ,
Tbos' Mills & Bro. ,
Oonfe ct loners' To ols
Iathlie : aul Ice Ctesm
Frtczer &c. '
STos. 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St.
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
Proprietors : 1 ESTABLISHED 1361 : '
THOMAS MILLS. 1 -
GEO. M. MILLS , fCATALOGUES f SENT
ATLEKP.PAIUIKB.J Vy upoc application.
L3th St , bet. Farnham and Earney.
Ill l kinds of TAILORING , CLEANING and
EPAI."UIO done at rewontile rate *
aj > r26U
The > nly known remedy foi ;
BRIGHT'S DISEASE ,
And a positive cure for
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Nert
Tons Debility , Dropsy ,
Non-retention or Incontinence ol Urine , Iri-
tatlon. Inaoinatlon or Ulcerationot Uie
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS ,
SPERM A TORRHCEA ,
Loucoerhoe or Whites , Diseases of the Prostrate
( Hand. S.one in the Bladder. Colcul ui ,
GRAVEL , OR BRICK DUST DK-
And Mucus or Milky Discharges.
Extract Buohia !
Permanently Cures all Diseases ol tha
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Existing in Men , Women and Children ,
No Matter What the Agel
Prof. tele says : "Out bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu is worth more than all
other BucUus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , six bottles for
Depot 104 DuaneSt , , N , Y ,
A physician in attendance to answer correr
pondence and give advice gratis.
SSTSend stamp for pamphlets , frea.oa
Crane & Brlgham Wholesale Agents. San
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
SO OHABSE TOB ADVIOB AUD COH-
"nil J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
Jefferson Medical College , Philadel
phia , author of several valuable
works , jan be consulted on all dis
eases of the SexutJ and Orinary or
gans , ( which he has made an es
pecial study , ) either in male or fe
male , uo matter from what cause
originating' , or how long standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can forward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
JGSTSend for the Guide to Health.
J. B. DY0117M.D.
Physicion and Surgeon , 104 JDuane
street. N. Y.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEN 'from
the effects of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments to Marriage
Removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free , in sealed envelopes. Address , HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION , No. 2 South Ninth St. ,
Philadelphia , Pa. , an Institution havingablgli
eputatlou for honorable conduct and profvs-
rlonal kilLi. ic5d&w3m
Ciiarles Popper ,
NO CATTLE BROKER ,
SALT LAKE CITY , - - UTAH
feb27itM. . Keller ,
Proprietor of tba
Depot for the sale of his
. KELLER die Co. ,
Corncr of Battery and Washington Sta.
Going East orSouth from Omaha
And Points on U. P.R.R. , hould take th
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
\nd < vure lor themselves the choice of Six
itclilsoii to Chicago and St. Louis ,
All making Reliable C Jnectfons and being
with Fal&ca Bar and Bleeping C in.
AH delay and Inconvenience arriving from
Berries ar.d transfers can be avoided West of
,1iicsgo and St. Louis by securing Ticket ! via
ITCIIISOrV and the ATCIXISUTT < t
> lrcct itnd Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. & 3. K. R. B. for the
jlrcat Arkansas Yalley & Colorado ,
Lnd with all lines running South to points in
Southern Kansas and the Indian Territory.
Ast for Tickets via
LINCON" & ATCHISOJN"
CnA3-C.SMTH , F. WHITE
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
UNTJLI'OU IIAVB *
\VE HAVE TWELVE UOOD REASONS
AS why they will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chean and Clean.
I Theyarecbeipesttobuy ,
I They are best to nse ,
| They bake evenly and quickly ,
Their OKration is perfect ,
) They have always a good draft ,
i They areiunucorihcbcstiuatcrlal
l They roast perfectly ,
, They require but lltile fuel ,
They are very low priced ,
1 1 They are easily managed.
S ? They are suited to all localities ,
BQ Every a tore guaranteed to give satisfaction
Excelsior Man'fg Co. ,
ST. LOUIS , HO. ,
M. ROGERS. "I
o o o
Or Sagnr-Conicd , Conccntratc Ij
Root and Herbal Juice , Anti-
Billons Granules. TiIE"I.ITTl4E
GIANT" CATHARTIC , or Jlultnift
U' ' Parvo Physic.
The no-relty of modem Medleai. Chemical sr.d
Pharmaceutical Science .Ko use of any longex
taking tha br o , repulsive and nauseous pills' ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bulty ingredients ,
when wo can by a careful application of chemical
Fclcncc , cxtm t all the cathartic and other mtiU-
cinol properties from the mosc valuable rocl ? anr >
licrbs , aaa conrcn trato them Ute a cUnntc Gran
nie. tcarv ly larccr than a muetnrd
nocJ , that can oe readily Bwallowcd by thofa ol
t lie most sensitive eiomacfn mid faatidion ; tatc ; .
Eacnliule I'urgntivo 1'cIIct represent ? , in a
mwt concentrated forra. a-t tnuch cathartic powce
ai U embodied iu any of the Iarv , pill * found for
rale In the drr ehops. From their wonderful ca
thartic power , in proTortlon o their Uc , people
nrho hare not tried tliem en. opt to nppo e that
they are ha a or dra- > tic tn effect , but euch la not
at all thi ! can1 , .he different actiro medicinal prin
ciples of which they are composed beinjj BO har
monized aud modeled , one by tha ethers , as to
projuco a most Rcnrrhlnz aud thor-
oisiyct Kcmlj"andlilHilIyoj > cratliiE-
cathurtl . ' .
9500 Rovrnrd U liercliy oflcred bylho pro ,
prietor of itieso I'elletd. to any chemist Uo ,
upon analysis , \-ill find In them cay Calomel or
other forma of mercury ct any otter mi"crul
ff entirely vcjrctable.no pirtfcntar
care iacquired while tiMn ! tlicm. They cjc-
rate without digmrbanca to the constitution , diet.
or occupation. For Jaundice , Ucntlachc ,
ConHtipatloii , Impitro Illood , I'nlu
In the Slioiildcrs , TiglTtiicBs or llio f
Chest , Dlzzlucsa , Sour Kructatlon
of the Stomach , Had mite In
uiouth ) Bilious Co."I
region oE Kidneys , Interim ! 1'over ,
ntoated focllii about Stomach.
Itush of Blood to klead , KlRa Colored -
orod Urine , Viixoclal lliiyand ;
Gloomy Forebodings take II r.
Plerco's Pleasant I'll rgatlvo Pellets.
la explanation of the rem-dial power of my I'ar-
ratlve Fcllcta over PO p-cat a va.-icty of disea. cs ,
I wishtoray that their action upon the
animal economy Is tinlvorn.il , notix
Claud or tl > uo c cai > IiiK their Baiin-
tlve Impress. A"o does not Impair them ;
their engar-coatin 'aiur being enclosed In glas *
bottles preserve their \irtuca unimpaired for any
length of time , in any climate , BO that they are al
ways fresh and reliable , which. Is not tfco cao
prith the pills found In the drug stores , put up in.
cheap wood or paste-beard boxes. Recollect thas
foralj diseases where n Laxative , Altcra-
ttrc or PurRativc it indicated. theo little
Pcik'ts v.-ili c'ue the moot perfect eatiaUctioii to
all wnonsethsm ,
They arc tfo'il by all enterprising
Druggists at - j contrf a bottle.
Do not allow any rirncsist to Inilnco voa lo
take anything els s tliat te may tay la fust as
good 03 my Pellcto because ho mites a Uirset
pront oa that which ho recommends. If year
dm rist cannot supply them , enclose 25 ccnu
and receive them oy retnm mail from
B. * ' . PIEXCJ : , 2T. I > . , rmn > r , .
_ DCTFAZO. y. Y.
ASK EOE PYLE'S
AKD J _ _
Meyer A Ka.inte and Whitney
Bauserman A Co.
CASTI.E BROS. ,
Bast India Goods ,
213 and 213 PtlOXT STUEET
San Francisco California.
REAL ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Agent for tha
TJ. P. B. R LANDS ,
Columbus , - ITob ,
Government Lands Located !
U. P. Lands Sold !
Improved Farms and Town ToU for
ONLOISTG- TIME ! !
E. F. GOO ,
537 14th Bt , oatrreea DoagLuJ .i Dod a
Manufacturer of Tia Copper nl Sheet Iron .
Ware , and dealer la
Cooking and Heating stpveTsJ *
Stamped , Japanned and Krcnth
md. Tin Roofing , Untterj an4
fr rl 'lout aaj waanmtol.