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Trazlen Root Bitten are sold by all the lead-
In * Druggists , Storekeepers and Chembts. Sold
Wholesale by Strong A Cobb , 193 Superior
street , and Ilenton Myers i Canfield , 127 Wat
er street , Cleveland , O. ; J > . L. Fahncstocic A her
( M. , PJttsburg : Oeorje 0. Goodwin A Co. . on
Boston ; John F. Hoory Curran i Co , Unnei
cr ue , .
i , and other first-class Drug Housos.
bhow thb notice to your drnggi t cr storo-
, koei-er. Ask for FRAZ1ERS ROOf BITTEltS , "
and accept no substitute whatever. 1'rlco with
in the reach of all SI per bottle six bottles and
t . tvlJdiwlr
Couiinercial Trarclcrs. ter's
. COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS who solicit
orders by CARD , CATALOGUE , TRADE-
1.I3T , SAMPLE , OH OTHER cPECIMEX ,
also those who visit their customers and solicit
trade by purchases rnide DIRECT FROM
SIOCK , aud who travel in any section , by
1U11 or Boat , belling any class of goods are re ly ,
quested to & < > n < l their UUaINEs5 nd t'KI-
VATE ADDRESS , as below , st.tlng class of
goods toey sell , and bv whom employed ; also
t.Vcwe who sro at present under no f nzaiemeut. bolic
This matte. i of QUUAT IMPORTANCE
INDIVIDUALLY to &a'c9iuen of this cbu < , or I
men soliciting trade in this mminor. U is work
tbeicfore ESPECIALLY desired that this "
notice uuy meet the eye ol ALL Commercial
Travelers and Salesmen in this country aud Aunt
that they will AT ONCE give it their at.en- "Uut
tioni Those who comply with above request
will bo CunvruESTlALLY treated and duly shall
d vised of objectisn - . Please address , ( by
letter only ) ,
CO-OPEfJATION , Mr.
ore Gco. P. Cowcll i Co. , 41 J' rk Row. sister
Jy9eodlin NKW YonK CJTT. girl"
JA JI.VU.1IKit ,
Practical Watchmaker , and to
171 Famine , , 8. S.0r. llth St. "wir
New Eovised clown
ntlrely rewritten bv
every subject. Printed Jrom new tyi * suspei
8ndillu lrated with Several Thousand hair
Engravings and Hap * .
TUB workorielnally published under the title ly
of TUG NEW AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA was could
completed in 18W , since which time the wide come
circulation which It has attained in all parts of
the United Slates , and the signal developments ness
which have taken place in every branch of cup
cience , literature , and art. have indured the
editors and publishers to Fulmiit it to an exact good.
snd thorough revision , and to issue a UPT marry
dltion entitl ed , TUB AUEKICAN CYCLOPAE save
Within the last tea years tiio pi ogress of dis some
covery in every department of knowledge has of
made a new vork of reference an imperative
The movement cf political affairs 1m kept cure
pact ) with the discoveries of science , and their "
fruitful application to the industrial aqd useful
rts and the convenience and reGnenunt of turned
OdrUUe. Great warn and consequent revolu with
tion. nave occurod , involving national changes
peculiar moment. The civil war of our on n time
country , which waj at Us height when the last able
volume ol tbeoldwcrk appeared , has happily Hcl3
been ended , and a new conrwi of commercial
and industrial activity Ivas been cotaiujnced. thins.
largo accessions to our geographical tcow- 11W
cdge have been ma le by tbe indefatigable ex
plorers of Africa. qtiiret
Jhe great political revolutions of the last to kii
decade , wltli the natural result of tbe lapse of made
time , have brought into public view a multitude
tiew men , whose names are la every one's stirring
mouth , and of whoso lives every one is curious thing
know tbe particulars. Great battles have
beeu fought and important alcges maintained , Bdlth
which the details are aa yet preserved only "Of
the newspapers or in the transient publications forEt
of the but which take
tions day , ought now u >
their place in ] > crmaaect and authentic hlsjory. iar , "
In preparing the present edition for the press , her
has accordingly been tbe aim of the editors to
bring down tbe Information to the latest pos- Impor
Ible date * , and to furnish an accurate account atraitl
tbe most recent discoveries in science , of
every fresh production in literature , and of too
the newest JnTeutioa in the practical arts , as pears
well as to givp a p'.iccinct and original record of in rel
tba progress of polltiMl and blstorlal event.
Tbe work has been bogul ) aftcrlong and care lieve
preliminary labor , and irifh tha most ample for
resources for carrying it on to a luccpsklul
None of the original stereotype plates have
beeu used , but every page bag been * printed on
new type , forming in fact a new Cyclopedia , At
rlth the same plan and compass as its predeces-
, but with afar greater pecuniary expendi nunot
ture , and with such Improvements fa its com out
position as have been suggested by longer ex
perience and enlarged knowledge. After
Tbe illustrations which are introduced for Mason
first tinjo in tbe present edition bavo been
added not for tuo sake of plctori1 effect , but to
greater lucidltr and force to the explana vexati
tions in the text. They niabrsco all branches of and
science and na'uraj hlstorr , n'jd depict the
most lanious and remarkable leaturcjcf scenery been
architecture , and art , u weT las the various pro ngaiiij
cesses of mechanics and inanufactnres. Although tea
instruction than an
though intended for rather
embeilisbmect , no pains have been spared to Mason's
Insure thek artistic excellence : the cost of head
their cxccuf ion is enormous , > nd It is believed
will Cud a welcome reception u an ad-
Ojlrable feanre ot the Cyclopedia , and worthy book
In extra Cloth , per vol. . . . _ . . . Is a fli
In Library Leather , per vol
In flail Turkey Morocco , per TO himh
MISS EDITH'S PRACTICE.
( .Concluded. )
"There it is again , " groaned Mrs.
Mason , "you always bring that
dreadful proposition forward when
I am least able to cope with it.
What \vould the Dashawayg say to
bear of your attending lectures and
going through those horrid hospitals , -
tals , in danger of catching all sorts
of diseases. I think Ernest Dasha-
way admires Sylvia. If they are
thrown together , and matters are
managed right , he may be led to
propose. Surely you would'notwish
beartlessly to ruin your sister's pros
pects in life , " and Mrs. Mason closed
her eyes with the martyr expres
sion considerably intensified.
In the course of a week Mrs. Dor
cas Stephenson came to visit Uio
Mason family. Aunt Dorcas was
not particulirly young or fetylibh , or
well-dressed. "She was not the kind
of person to hhow about among the
elegant families.of one's acquain
tance , but fche diffused , wherever
she went , an atmosphere of &anny ,
quiet cheer. The worries of Mrs.
Mason to meet the responsibilities
pf what she called her station , were
the vexations of businps" , Sylvia's
extravagance , and Edith's eccentricities -
cities , was never so happy as when
his gentle , old-fashioned bister was
rather limp and pale , holdin tion.
Edith hand in her's.
"This dear child thought she could
relieve me , " said she , smiling faint "
"and I let her try. " "
"Yes , papa , " returned Edith , as
sweet as honey-dew. "I knew car you
acid i was good for asthma , and he
got Auntie to use it , but it don't
quite Jis I expected it would. " and
"It almost suffocated me , " said Itast
Dorcas , with a wan smile.
don't scold the dear girl. 1 plea
soon i be nicely over it. " and
Aunt Dorcas closed her eyes , and
. Mason , for fear of injuring his
, wss obligo-l to leave the "dear "
" unreprimanded , and go down slie
his wife , wljo , In spite of her utter her
prostration , had donned her moire go.
diamond-pin , and was prepared "
air the family splendor. you
"WHAT'S TO BI : DONE WITH THE to
CHILD ? "
he , pacing back and forth "
. ' the carpet with n. quicknerv-
stride. "I declare life has be tease
a burden. I never > mlock tient.
on door without expecting to "
that Edith's practice has ever
brought the police and the coroner he
upon us , and disgraced the
family. ; It's like having a sword
suspended over one's head by a
, and ; the fearful part of it is she
charms every one into doing exact Tbe
as she wishes. I don't believe I
resist her myself , if she should Are
to me In a moment of weak
, and say , 'Papa , dear , here is a
of cold poison that will do you
. ' : Where is the man who will
my unfortunate child , and The
her 1 from taking the life of
haplet-s being in the interests
science ? fsothing short of mat
, I am convinced , will ever
her 1 mania. "
"There is Charley Marshall , " re Parly
Mrs. Mason. "He is in love
Edith ] , and has been for a long
, I suppose he is unexception Then
, although : he's not In our set. And
Is self-made and all that sort of
"What's that to object to ? " in In
Mr. Masontcstily. , "I want And
know < If we are not all of us self- And
? Young Marshall is a fine , Or
fellow , and the only unwise'
about him is his passion for On
course , we can't look as high II.
Edith as if she were not pecul
said Mrs. Mason , intrenched in 15th
JitUe J breastwork of pride and
Importance. "The only thing I am
of Is , that young Marshall is
sound and healthy. Edith ap
to regard human beings solely
relation : to their disordeis. I be
she would marry an incurable ,
OF PRACTICING UPON"
HIJI , " xea
that ] moment the carriage was promptlv
announced , and Mrs , Mason rustled
of the room.
an agreeable dinner Mr.
was always in a tolerable
humor , no matter what the
vexations and worries of business
his 1 womankind might Iiave
, Aunt Dorcas was bright
, although sue chose to take
and toast in her own room. Mr.
' hand patted Edith's pretty 33-
as i she sat by the gas lamp , "
her glassej on , ami a grim
before her on therapeutics.
girl's j unconscious sweetness
its i way to his heart , and he milESE
the trials of her peculiarities. I the
hope you are always very civil FIN
polite to young Marshall when
here , " said Mr. Mason. "He
flno young fejlow , and I esteem
highly. " $2,5
"Why , papa , I always try to treat
one well- ' and a little blush
over Edith's soft cheek.
same evening young Mar
did i call. Aunt Dorcas was in
room. The carriage had not yet EST.L
with the mistress of the ETSI
, . and Mr. Mason had gone out bearing
a friend. The gas burned en at
dimly in the big , shadowy
. Young Marshall was an ar
impetuous , warm-hearted MAI
man breezy and cheery with
enjoyment of life. The BO
and placidity of Edith's
had won his entire devotion. 51013th
, . . .
Edith's eye's sparkled with anima
"You shall have a skeleton in
every room , " said Charley , eagerly ;
"only , " he added , a little ruefully , Clark's '
"they are not exactly jolly to have SIcrrick' 'oat'g
around. And , Edith , I do want
to love me a little , just a little , " British. Dcmesti
added ju pathetic tones. "I
know I am not deserving of much , DlckenV
I should bo so grateful for the Domestii King
crumb you could give me. " Stanley.
In the ardor and passion of his
he had seized Edith's band ,
she was surprised'into ' a slight Whits
flutter of the heart , which was
certainly a novel symptom. Percal"
1 hear mamma coming , " said Calico
, starling up , aiiih trying to pull Brown
hand away. "Please let me '
" ' Blue
"Xo"said Charley , " .Not until White.
give me a word just one word French
live upon ; " and he pressed her Our
fragile little fingers to his lips. Comet.
"There , don't be foolish , " stam T'Inen
mered Edith ; ' 'Don't ' worry and "
. ; " wait a little while ; be pa "
"I will be the best patient you German
had , " whispered Charley , and Saxony
went home that night supremely
happy. Augusta learned in the
TlltS COJIIXG STJCUUGLK. follow
voters of our nation ,
As noVr was known before ,
rising from Pacific's strand 10
To Atlantic's rocKjr shore. 2 50
Why is th's
mighty change ?
Wliat can tbe meanfnx b ? bu. :
rising of the : u.wes 1200p
From northern laic '
to soulhcrn'sea. per
spirit of old seventy-six "
From out our heroes' gra cs "
Forbids a nation drenched In patriots' blood ,
Should sink to
that of slaves ;
motto which our coins one * bore ,
Tboush obsolete long since ,
Remain as ever true : not one cent for tribute ,
But millions for defense.
ties and parly laira
Are but as ropes of sand.
The.ighti of mm to b * a man
Should govern Freedom's
slull our Flag more proudly float
O'er land as well as sea ,
nntions yet unborn shall gladly great Norway
The emblem of tbe frea.
trade we'll try to deal , Uermon
As man should deal with mnn , America
whll ' wo seek l- > lire ourselves , Jess ip's
We'll sell its rheap as anybody can , Burdeo'i
If a hat you need , do
friend you chance to meet , Northwc
Kcmeinbcr Buuce , the Hatter , Dundee
Upper Douglas Street. Stor half
HlfUK. C. J. KAKDA'H
iGHEUE lOd to
Si KARBACir , 8d
st. between Farnham and srney fl's td
OMAHA , - - NEB. 3d
JMJJCFACTUEER O ? lOd finis'
Spring and Farm Wagons Sd Gd do do
BUGGIES AND CAIUIMGBS. Sd do
Dealers in and manufacturers of Wrought
AGRICDLTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
JT ENTION PAID TO
Rf pairing ff wagon and blacksmlthing
done at reasonable nricen mrdAwg Narrow
Cast , lee
400,009 ACRES ! Hay and
, Uoes and
OF TIIE FINEST Strap an
Elldiorn Yalley Lands ! Tail's
FOB. SALE BT Coe's gei
333VC. . America
"Wisner , Web
L\XDS AKE CONVENIENT TO
market and the
FINEST in the STATE ! Ucadrs Champloi !
And will bo sold at from
to $5,00 PhR ACRE ! dodo
For Cash or on loDgfTIrae.
. A2CD EXPLORING
for sale at O. &N. W. depot , do
coupons which wi'l ' be tak do dee
full cost in payments for land.
II. C. > TALKEtf , American
MANUFACl U B.W AMI 1 > ALEB IN
BOOTS & SHOES
St. Between Ftrchtm tni
Bates. . .
' . . .
" . .
. . ,
. . . ' pel
ru i per
po ! <
i > . 14 to
J 21 to
' J 25 to
is. 7 , 8
Morris' shlcgling.Nol . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70C
do S OC
S3 CO&3 25
. . . . . $3 50(35 ( 00
3 W )
Liberal discount on carload lots.
WINDOWS , ( Glazed. )
cent off Chicago list.
DOOKS , ( Wedged. )
tent oil Cl icngo 1'St. '
cent off li t.
lime per bbl . Si 7o@2 00
cement per bbl . . .
parls per bbl.
hair per bushel. . . . . . . . . Half
OILS. PAINTS , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D. B
Numbers 16 to 24. . .
do do 25. . . . . . . . . . . .
do do 26.
do do V7. . .
, both sides smothe
No 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do 16 . - _ . .
No. 24. . . . . . . . _ . . . .
30 26 . . . . . _ . .
do 27 _ . . . . . . . _ _ _ .
perfect 7 to 12 . . .
No. 1 , stained- . . . .
tnan lull bundles , add one cent.
immitat'n Russia , 11 Noi.
bundles add one cent.
20 list 13 1. At
24. . .
25 ao 16
do IT 2. At
do IS Joa anc
. . do ISSO and all
bundles discount 15 per cent , 3. At
COPPER , points
6 to 9 . . _ _ . Paul
10 to 12 It * . . . . . railroad ,
12U to WOlb .
, 14 aud 15 o * during
, 14 and Iff or. . . 5.
and 9 , Planished At
. . . railroad
bottoms- 6. At
BHIGHT WIBE. Pacific
10 7. At
11 points ii
Nutmegs , Penang besl.pcr pound. . . 140
CJjveT do do _ 60
Alspico do do . . . . . . ISa.O
Cinurnonbark do do . SoalO
1 15 ® 1 23
1 10 < i $ 1 20
6 50(3 ( 7 00
5 50& G CO
50 IX )
do 10)00 KiOOO Tickets
do 75 to
CALIIOUN MILLS FLOUR. J03.T1F
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
barrel sacks. . . . . . 2 Ot . F.
Chicago , Iloclc Island
and Pacific R. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
DCS Moines , mvcnport and Rock Island.
WESTINOIIOUSK Passenger Trains are equipped with the
' PATENT An : BRAKES and
Safety Platform and Coupler.
Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
onnettlng as follows :
DES MOINES with the Des
Railroad , 1 or Oskaloosa , Ottumwa Valley-
St. Lonis. , Keok.uk
GHINNELL with the Central Railroad
, for all points north to St. Paul.
WEST LIBERTY with the
Cedar Rapids & Minnesota Railroad Burlington ,
Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubuoue
WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western branch , for Muscatine
Washington and all points south.
DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Railroad for points north.
ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union Ch
Railroad for Freeport , Bejit , Racine. Mil
waukee and ail points in northern Illinois
ROCK ISLAND with the
and St. Louis
for St. Louis
ROCK ISLAND with the Peoria & Rock
Railioad for Peoria and .
BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , for lien ,
, Chilllcotho and Peoria.
with the Illinois Central Rail
for points nort hand south.
CHICAGO . withail lines East , North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities
thU line , can be procured , and any infer ,
office obtained , concerning points , at the
the company , J2S Farnham St. ,
, and also at the principal ticket offices
the line of the U. P. R. it.
Tbrongb tn nil
Principal Katteni Polntn.
SMITH , H. RIDDLE
Gen'IPass'rAg't , Gen'l Sup't
for saloin Chicago and North
Railway o Sices.
. sura your tickets read via S. C. A P.
13th [ S
L. BURNETT , Sap't.
HttLS. Ctn. '
Ticket Ait't. All kind
CEO.V. . GBATTAN , REP
Aeeat , Oat ! * .
CHICAGO & NORTH WES'N
The Popular Route from
O IMI .A. ZE3I .A.
Chicago and tlie East !
chocked through to all principal
W. IL MENNETT , MARVIN HUGHITT ,
auu AiiW YORK.
This th Only * Jna running a
N SLEEPING CAR KAST
OH AH A , ON AKBIVAL
OP TIIE UXIOS PACIFIC
EXPUKSS THAIS ,
dlsagre taking other rontea nave a A
IMSSEWUKIi TRAINS DAILT I
REACHING ALL ters
1T7" C"T'C' ' ' Are ror Sale at the
, - ,
corn. r Kourtb & . Cliestuut rU ,
Lonlx , anU al the Principal Eal'-
Office j , In tne AVeit. -
. BABCOCK , . C. E. RUSSELL , And
S'thern Pass. Ag't , Wcst'n Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KANSAS fc'irr
E. SIMIOK CHAS. E. FOLLETT , "
Gen i Supt. , Gtu'l Pass. Ag't.
INDIANAPOLIS Sr. Louis.
St. , bet. Farnham and Haruej.
of NU TAILORING , CLEANING * nd
Price one dolUr periwltle ; or , slz bottles for
Depot 104 DuaneSt , , N , Y ,
A , physician in attendance to answer corre-
ondenea and give advice gratis.
* * Send stamp r r pamphlets , free..a *
Crane A Brlgaa3l- Wholesale Agents , fan
OF BOTH SEXL5.
100EABQE POB AD7IOE ASV C0IJ- .
T\n J. B. DYOTT , graduate of OJ nie ;
Jefferson Medical College , Philadel thtt
phia , author of several valuable ta na
works , jan be consulted on all diseases f ale
eases of the Sexual
and Drinsry or Jlicy
gans , ( which he at
has made an es ciple's
pecial study , ) either in male or fe
male , no matter from what cause
originating' , or how long standing
practice of 30 years enables him otncr
treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable. rate
Those at a distance can forward let
describing symptoms and
en o !
closing stamp to prepay postage.
r tuc auiiiu to Health. JIU.-.1
Price lOc. orcd
Proprietor of tfce
Depot for the sale of his
NATIVE WINES T
. KELLER & Co. ,
Corner of Battery and Vaahlngton Sta.
East or South from Omaha
Points on U. P.R.B. , could late the
Arkaasa. ? Yalley & Colorado ,
all lines running South to points In
Kansas AskforTIc and tbe Indian Territory.
I > * NTJL-VOU HAVE-
AS \ \ E II WE TWELVE liOOD REASONS
why the v will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chear * and Clean.
it a Theyarecheipcsttobuy ,
& * They are best to use ,
They baie evenly and ( juicily ,
Tlieirof.tration isi > crfect ,
| They have always a good draft ,
i They are made of Hie beatmatcrlol
i They roast i > cifectlr ,
i They require but lltilcfuel ,
' They are wry low priced ,
B They arj easily minagcd.
* s = a
They are suited to all localities ,
Excelsior Man'fg Co. ,
ST. LOUIS , m ,
M , BOG-EBS.
Sajjar-Coalcd , Concentrated ;
noot and Herbal JTulco , Autl-
BlUoao Granules. TflMI.ITTJLi :
C JAXT" CA-JCir-ajnTIC ,
- or Dlultmu.
in ! Parvo : riiysic.
The novelty : of ratxlem Jfcdlcai. Cnnaical tad
Pharmaceutical Sen. nee No uao of any locgot
taLini ; the Urjc , repulsive end nan eom piU * ,
composed of ca ap. crude , and bnlky Jn edicnts ,
vrbcti wo can by a careful application of chemica !
Kieacc , cstrarf all tbo cathartic and other tnol ! *
properties from the moat i alcabio roct ? acft
herb , aaaroiircnrrato them into a minute Gran-
. scare , ly larger tlinii a muetartl
e J that c'l.'i be readily B allowed by tto e cl
loatsenj''ivt ; etoraactn end fostidloas tute ; .
EacUltIo ' I'tirpativo 1'ellct represent * , la a
t co'w rntrateU funn. a < inacK cathartic pcw t
iJ cmboii.c i in any of the larx > pills found foe
in the drrx bhopj. rrom their wonder'ul ca
tlurtic po\vcr. ] in cronortioa 'a their tlze , people
have nst tried Jicni m. apt to tappcjo tiit
Jlieyarv har-sn or drastic in effect , bet euch is not
all ! the C2 < ; , < he dlfloreat active aeilictcol prin
" ofhica thcv are competed be.n ; * to har-
noaUcd na.l mod'ied. ' one by tha aliens , ai to
c Kio-it ncarcliliic and tlior-
t500 < ReTar l Is iicrcby offered bytho rro-
rrictor Df ihrsc IVlIrt' , 'o my chcinl the ,
, ana.'jvii. vjH C.d in them an > Calomel or
forma of mercury 01 any other raincra'
Bell ? r eitircl"'cpctableoo partfcnlar
la .n.ijnircil while u tn them. 'Ihey ope
without disturbance to tl.i con-titation , dft J ;
occupation. For Jaiimllcc , IloaJnclic ,
. - . :
not allow any nrnprfat to ! ndnro you Jo
anjthin clsj tlinttc may tay is jn < t ns
HA my 1'clli to becau e 1m nukes a lorrct
tliat whi-h ho .
jroflton rccoaizicnds. Tf j
cannot snpply them , ercloso 23 ceu'j
tccchv them ny rrtnn rni.l from
B. y. nmw , jr. j > , m r , .
i'oai. MeycriRaaDcteaad TTnltney
Rauserioan A Co.
India G'cods ,
213 and 313 FUOXT STREET
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