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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1874)
THE CAMPAIGN OPENED.
The following appointments have
been agreed upon by the Republican
State Central Committee :
Appointments ot Hon. Silas Gar-
ber , General John M. Thayer and
Hon. AV. H. Morris :
lilair , Tuesday , Sept 22d , 2pm.
Tckama , Wednesday , Sept. 23d ,
Schuyler , Saturdaj' , Sept 26th , 2
Columbus , Monday , Sept. 28th , 7
Grand Island , Tuesday , Sept
29th , 7pm.
Kearney Junction , Wednesday ,
Sept 80th , 2 p m.
.Fremont , Thursday , Oct. 8th , 7
in.AVahoo , Friday , Oct. 9th , 2pm.
Omaha , Saturday , Oct 10th , 7 }
Lincoln , Monday , Oct 12th , 7J
pin.It is expected that District Attor
ney Hoxic will make it possible to
be at as many of these meetings as
his official duties will permit
At Lincoln with Hon. J. M.
Thayer and others , will be Hon. T.
Appointments of HOII.L. Crounso ,
Hon. N. K. Griggq , Hon. H. S.
Kaley , Hou C. J. Dilworth :
Fairbury , Tuesday , September
29th , 2 p m.
Hebron , Wednesday , September
30th , 2pm.
Appointments of Hons. L.
Crouusf , N. 1C. Grtegs , J. P. Laird ,
C. J. Dilworth :
Red Cloud , Thursday , October
lliverton , Friday , , October , 2d , 10
am.Bloomington. . Friday , October 2d ,
3 p in.
.Republican City , Saturday , Octo
ber , 3d 3 ] > m.
York , Monday , Ooctober 5th , 2
Appointments of Hons. L.
Crounce , X. K. Griggs , Nanc ,
District Attorney Council :
Osceola , Tuesday , October Gth , 2
TVavi.i oty , Wednesday , October'
7th , 2pm.
Appointments of Hons. L.
Crounse , D. S. McKillip , District
Attorney Council :
Seward , Thursday , October , 8th
2 p in.
Hon. L. Crunse , will speak at
Wahoo , Friday , October 9th , 2 p m.
Omaha , Saturday , October 10th.
Hon. X. K. Griggs will speak at
Geneva , October , 6th , 2 p m.
District Attorney Council will be
engaged as District Attorney in dis
charge of Us official duties and may
, not be able to attend all meetings as
Appointments of Hon. George H.
Roberts , Major Paul.Vandevoort ,
Genera ! Dilworth and others :
Juniata , MondaySeptember 28th ,
'Hastings , Monday , 8cpteillb'er- .
Harvard. October 1st , 2pm.
Sutton , October 1st , 7pm.
Aurora , October 2d , 2pm.
Plattsmouth , October 3d , 7pm.
Nebraska Cltv , October 5th 7pm.
Brownsville , October 6th , 7 p m.
Pawnee City , October 8th , 7pm.
Tecumsah , October 9th 7 p m.
Appointments of Hon. Pat.
O'Hawcs , Hon. N. S. Porter , and
Col. fi. F. Smy the :
Dakota City , Sept 23 , at 2 p m.
Jackson , Dakota county , Sept. 23 ,
at 7 p m.
Ponca , Sept. 24 , at 7 p m.
St. Helena , Sept. 25 , at 7 p m.
C. H. GKUE , Chairman.
Proclamation bv the Governor.
"WHEREAS , The Senate and House
of Representatives of the State of
Nebraska , on the twenty-sixth day
of February , 1873 , passed a resolu-
tiou in words as follows :
Resolved , "That the electors of
the State be , and are hereby author
ized and recommended to vote for
or against a Convention to revise or
change the Constitution of the next
general election , for members of tlie
"The ballots at such election shall
be written or printed as follows :
Those in favor of a convention , 'For
a convention' ; those against a convention
' convention. ' "
vention , 'Against a
Now therefore , I , Robert W.Fur-
nas , Governor of the fitate of Ne
braska , do hereby recommend to
the eleotois of the State that at the
next general election for members
of the Legislature , to be held on the
thirteenth day of October , 1874 , un
der the resolution aforesaid , they devote
vote for or against a convention to
be convened for the purpose afore
In testimony whereof I have hereunto -
, * . unto set my hand and
1 caused to be afllxed the
SEAL. > Great Seal of the State of
s ' Done at Lincoln , this
eighth day of September , A.D. 1874.
ROBT. W. FURNAS ,
By the Governor ,
Joiix J. GQSPEU ,
Secretary of State.
BIOS FABMING LAND IK HEBBASZ1H
500 IFanscoHiPlaceLots !
ANU LOTStn tne city ol Omaha ,
IIOOGS & , 111 I. " .
Real estate bn > Versoiflce over Mackey'i nlore
on Dodje it. opposite new DnctoQcap<n !
Mrs. D. A. MOFPETT ,
664 Fourteenth St. ,
* 30 m OMAIIKKB. .
Going East or South from Omaru
.Ictson U. P.K.R. , honld Uke tht
ATCHISON & -NEBRASKA
And tecure tor themselT < the cSo ! , . * of SI ]
Popular Routes from
ItchLsou to Chicago and St. Lonls ;
AH Euiking Reliable C jnect ions and b ing
2-rJpped vith Police D&T and Sleeping Cjn
All delar ami InconTenience arrtrlng Iron
Ferries ltd tranikn can be trolded Welt o
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets Til
and the ATCUISON 4
Direct nj Reliable Connections are also mad
with the A. T. A S. F. R. R. lor the
Great Arkansas Tallej & Colorado
And with U lines running Kouth to point * \i
Southern an ai and the Indian Territory.
Aik lor Ticket i via
LINCOLN & ATCHISOA
CHA8. C.8JUTH , F. WHITE
Utn'F. ' Pus. Att
SPIRIT OF THE STATE PEESS.
One reason wny Miller is opposed
to Hoberts is because when Hoberts
was in oflice before , he succeeded in
beating his friend J. Stealing Mor
ton , in tbat important salt land suit ,
[ Kearney Tress.
Look at the roll of counties unrep
resented In the Independent and
Democratic conventions , that tells
the story of how the Hepublican
party stands. The excuse is their
men are too poor to come , but when
a man's heart is in a matter we
never saw him too poor to attend a
convention. [ Plattsniouth Herald.
The question of the extension of
the O. & N. AV. R. K. is still dor
mant ; a profound secret in the beat
ing let us say bosom , of the John-
ies. Kedick hasn't got over his last
tantrum. HorbacliSmithKountze ,
Cre'ghton ' and the re&t arc all will
ing , but the leadiug member ain't
ready. [ Burtonian.
It appears the best thing the
Prohibitionists could do in their
late convention , for a candidate for
Attorney General , was to determine
to run a man who publicly declares
he is not a Prohibitionist in princi
ple. What kind of a way Is that
for the Prohibition political party.
[ Brownville Advertiser.
The platforms of the three prom
inent parties in the field in this
State , are before the people. They
nave many points of similarity and
but few r.on-essential differences.
Of the three , the Republican is the
most in acecrd with the time ? , and
represents more nearly the advanced
thoOgbt of the preseat day. It is
for honesty , progress and reform.
[ Grand Island Times.
The question of a convention for
framing a new constitution will be
passed upon at the coming election ,
in accordance with the terms of the
resolution adopted by the Legisla
ture last winter , which Is a part of
tlie Governor's proclamation , pub
lished herein. The necessity for a
new constitution grows more urgent
every day , and there should be such
a vote for a convention as will prove
to those who once defeated tbe will
of tbe people in tins matter of a now
organic law that there is to be no
further trifling on the .subject. [ Be
All should remember that the
coming election of representative *
to the legislature in Volvos the elioice
of a United States Senator , and it is
very important that thN Senator
should be a staunch Republican.
Every Republican that votes for a
Democratic candidate , endorses the
present southern outrages , in the
assassination of northern men and
the killing of negroes ; and every
man who votes for a Republican en
ters his protest against such bloody
"While we still plead for a now
constitution , without which there
can bo no adequate justice to the
west , still on the question of repre
sentation in the State convention
d-OJJ the State Ticket , the west
has no cause "to"eom plain , -and lees
not complain. On the contrary ,
she is grateful for the favor and
magnanimity of the east , in these
matters. All has been conceded
that could reasonably be asked.
We only remind the east that thh ,
though so generously granted , is but
a partial and temporary relief , and
that nothing ahoit of a fundamental
change of the fundamental law ,
guaranteeing proper representation ,
and providing a ready means of
changing the basis of representa
tion , to meet the needs of our grow
ing and changing population , will
give the neoes = ; arv justice and re
lief. [ Lowell Register.
It will he seen that Elder J. B
Maxfield , of this place , was a can
didate before the Prohibition Con
vention for Governor , but tbat ho
failed of a nomination. We rad
in reports ot the proceedings of that
straight-laced and ecclesiastical
gathering that the Elder made a
speech before the nomination , in
which he severely denounced the
Republican party for Its corruption
and general rottenness and expressed -
ed his determination to take the
stump against it.
The Eltler will allow us to express -
press our mild surprise , first , tlRxt he
should bo found in a Prohibition
convention at all ; second , that he
should denounce the party at whoso
hands ho had a few days before
sought the gubernatorial nomina
tion ; and third , that he could so far
forget the scriptural injunction
obout serving two masters as to
allow office-seekeng to disturb the
otherwise even tenor of his life and
subject him to the disagreeable iie-
cesity of going back on his own
record so unpleasantly often. [ Be
About a year ago public excllo-
ment was at fever heat when it was
announced that extensive pine for
ests had been discovered in Nebras
ka the one thing needfiil to make
its early and full settlement a fore
gone conclusion. But the chilling
blasts of winter came and the pres
ence of the Brulo Sioux in that sec
tion , and other obstacles arising to
make the matter exceedingly diffi
cult of Investigation , the public
mind has been somewhat at rest
upon the subject. Of late , however ,
we are beginning to hear the re
ports of sundry parties , who have
been making explorations in that
section , and it seems as if the most
sanguine expectations in regard to
the rich treasures of pine and cedar
and other valuable timber there ,
patiently awaiting the inroads of
the hardy pioneer , were about to bo
The wealth of limber is unques
tionably there , and we want it and
must have it. But the raging Xio-
brara , like her pretentious sister ,
the Platter will not float a shingle ,
and the problem of Its removal , to
any but American frontiersmen ,
would be slow of solution. Let the
government , however , establish a
military post there , and say "hands
off" to the lurking savage , and , the
long noglpcted.forests of Nebraska
will ring with the echoes of the
woodman's axe. The stately pines
and fragrant cedars will bow re
sponsive to the march of settlement ,
and Wall Street will soon be eager
to carve out a path and send the
steaming messenger to get it and
place it where it will do the most
good. Schuylcr Itc/jislcr.
Notwithstanding the violent op.
position against the above named
gentleman , from certain corpora
tions , the Republican State conven
tion did itself credit by givinj ; him
a unanimous nomination for re-elec
tion. Mr. Crounse has ably repre
sented the State of Nebraska in
Confess , and his course has clearly
vindicated that his heart and sym
pathies were with the people as
against the encroachments of mon
eyed corporations. We believe he
has aimed to perform all his duties
ineuch a way that the greatest good
to the greatest number would result
therefrom. fht he may have made
mistakes in minor affairs , js d.oubt-
less true , because in the matter o |
postal recommendations , etc , it is
difficult to be able at all times , to
pqrrictly ascertain what is the bcsl
thing to ba done.
The Smith faction in the Yalley
were bitterly opposed to Mr. Crounse
because the Land Office" was 'not
located at Orleans and because Mel-
roee and other rival towns of the R.
V. L. A.'s town site enterprises had
post offices established in them for
tbe be'tter accommodation of the
people , but their influence was
scarcely perceptible , although by
fraudulent means , they succeeded in
getting control of the county con
vention and sending a delegation to
oppose the wishes of the people of
this county. But Mr. Crounsa was
the almost unanimous choice of the
people , and now that he has been
ro-nominated by them ilono , we
are certain that he will do every
thing in his power that can tend to
advance their interests and merit a
continuation of their confidence and
esteem. Let Harlan and other
counties of tne valley , give him a
rousingmajority. [ Republican -
Our Democratic friends , in their
remarks upon the Republican nom
inations , do not slight our contin
gent Congressional candidate in the
least , and on this score the Honora
ble Pat. O. Hawes , of Omaha , has
certainly no cause of complaint.
But when ho arrives in Washington ,
with his certificate of election in his
hand , they mav. be astonished to
find that they have underestimated
his abilities , llis power as a ward
politician is even now generally
known and appreciated in Nebras
ka's metropolis , and as his field
of operations widens and be
comes national it will be found that
his strength has developed in the
same proportion. Both his names
to be sura are strongly democratic ,
separately or collectively , and combining -
bining them doosn't make them
stronger. But it is with his names
that democracy b3gins and ends
divested of these a d there isn't an
ounce of the article about him. He
isn't even Irish , hut a full blooded
American , and his naires tell lies
about him and slander him. But ,
admitting that he is a "tlnn" can
didate , what does it signify ? It is
a "thin" office , too , and Pat can do
just as much good or harm as any
other man. it was because of his
fitness for that place that ho was
nominated , and for the same reason
he should be elected. There are
also other reasons. one of
which is that lie can make
more money out of the position
than other men. It was the argu
ment used in tlie nomination ,
and it is just as good for the election.
He has something over 3200,000 in
claims to put through , and Contin
gent Congressman If awes , could got
a hearing where simply Pat O.
Hawes , citizen of Nebraska , would
not be recognized. In spite of all
the Democracy can do or say VYC are
for Patrick first , Patrick last and
Patrick all the time. For contin
gent congressman , hurrah for
Hawes. [ Kearney Press.
While a healthy oxmay be a very
fair , steady-waited digester , there is
no comparison between the slow as
similating process of his hurley
bread-basket and the quick electric
stomachic machinery of the speedy
and voracious grasshopper. A sound ,
valid member of this nomadic fam-
ly of gluttons can cat , d : sst-asd ex
trude three times his own weight in
green corn ; four times his bulk in
peaches , without sugar or cream ; six
times his stature in raw turnipsjfour
pounds of green tobacco and a peck
of onions every twenty-four hours.
And radishes , which are quite try
ing on the ordinary stomach , the
grasshopper digests as a calf doe
[ Cariou Tribans"
A gentleman who has for years
lived on the banks of the Carson
River came to town on Thursday
evening to attend the Jones recep
tion. IIo took a little champagne
with Jones and afterwards com
menced on brandy. After taking
two drinks he caught himself taking
his shirt studs out and putting them
in a friend's vest pocket ; after the
third drink ho stole his own watch.
We passed him on his way to the
railroad depot , and heard him mor
alizing thus : "If that there brandy
is cheap at two bits a drink , how.
much ia Carson River water worth
at nothing ? I got that fellow's
watch and stucis , and if I'd took
another drink , I'd had his boots. "
THE STREET GRADE MUDDLE.
CorsHcr.iblo fu s in our Berg 1 * novr made
About what in called the unless street grde ;
Though prophets foretold " hills leveled should
And > alleys filled up , " still our ptople don't
Some rl.ilm the < Id charter h id a big flaw.
So the case i < referred to the limbs of the law ,
And the money will go , as all can foresee ,
To thoie who'll expound " tweedledum twee-
die dee. "
Thus mistakes will arise as everyone Inows ,
From not using one * e % u > . through the world
a cue goci.
The moral we here would f eek to enforce
Is , if you wi h a UCT hit , go to Dunce's , ol
He always is ready , U-e nubile doth know ,
To show al ) the styUs which in York are the
As to price' , a proverb you'll Tind ,
" Buy at Huucc's , then jou'll hive peace ol
All .the leiding styles in slik an * stiff lul ? ,
silk hats from 3 > .CO upward ? , laps of all iitylcs ,
g'.ove and collars U DUNCE'S ? ,
sspt21dtf See Douslas St ,
255 Hartley street , between 141 h snd 15th.
Carriage and Wagon Making
In all U Branches , Sn the latest and most
HOUSE 6HOEJNQ AND BLAUKSMdJINU
repairing done on ehort notice.
VICTOR 3. CCFFMAN Iff , D. ,
Physician 1 Surgeon ,
241 Farnham Street ,
Over Ish's Drug store.
400,009 , ACRES !
OF THE FINEST
ElMiorn Valley Lauds !
FOR SALE BY
33.ivr. . ojjja.n.EL ,
"Wisasr , . . ITob
milESE LANDS ARE CONVENIENT TO
JL the market and the
FINEST in tlie STATE !
And will be sold at from
$2,50 to $5,00 PhR ACRE !
For Cash or on Lone Time.
B ? -LAXDEXPLOH1XG TICK
ETS forsala at O. & N. W. depot
Bearing coupons which wiU bo tak
en at full coit In payments for land ,
Monev and Commerce.
OFFICE OMAHA DAILY J > KI : , )
September 21 , 1874. J
AVe note no change in eithoi our
monetary or commercial markets ,
as both are firm at Saturday's quo
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land G'rcits ( soiling ) $52.3.00
Land "Warrants , (100 ( acred
buying ) 176.00
Land Warrants ( ICO acres
selling ) 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acrss buying ' 176.00
Do. Selling. . 185.00
Exchange on Now York , 1-5 of one
Caretully Corrected Daily
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Aliens _ _ y %
American . 9
Amoskeaj. . . " . . s
Bristol _ _ 9
Merrimack 1 > 9ji
Peabody _ yM
Simpson's _ . . . 9 > J
ItrigTit 4 I
Boot G _ _ 9
CaliotJ4 . . . . . . 12 >
Lonsdata _ . li
N. Y. Mills U %
Suffolk L _ _ _ 8)4
Peppercli 8-1 _ _ _ 31
do 9-4 _ _ . _ _ 3. < Vide
do 10 _ 38JI
Farmers and Mechanics 25K
Great Western _ Z6
Albion. A _ $ fi
Bedford , R . g
GrantTille , EL" . . _ 10K
Germania , B B _ . . . . . . . _ . . sji
Langley. . . . : : _ if
L. L s _ _ 9
American . . n
Amoskeag _ 12
Hates . ' . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Lnncaster. . . . . . 13
Amoskoag , a c a. . . . . . . .
Bddeford ! 17
Araoskeas _ 23K
B arer Creek , B B igj |
IlaymaVers ' 12
Clin , U B _ . " . . ins
. . . .
* * * * * * * * * * * , < j
Blddefnrd. . s1
Iloasler J |
KURTZ if OUR A co. , 2.11 Faniham
Clark's O. N. T . 70
"oat's . _ . 70
ilerrick's . . . . . . . . . . 41'
Domestic . . _ 5 f.'gi 01
British . 3 oc < 7G 00
nickenhest . s 90
King William . . i 35
Domestic. . . . . . . . . . . " i so
fiaa'ey ' . 1" . . . . . . ! 250
Ottoman strips . § 2 2 (38 ( 50
. , . .
Unite commnn _ . . . . SIO 50
| medium . . . . . . ir. > )
oi toui inac.e . 3D ffl
Percale . _ . _ SI ° OOi"l (0 (
Calico - . 4 75,7 5U
Brown drill . . _ . 5C 50,7 2.-
_ , , ? " , * . 7 7.M9 CO
Blue drill . _ . _ . 7 ( . ,7 5,3
' duck . . . 8 00a9 SO
hice . . - a 00a3 50
French whalolx > ne . . $5 25aS 00
O.ir own . 15 oo
Comet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 22 50
I.inen printed . S 9 00
Balmoral Yarn , all colors , perlb. . . . . . SI CO
Germantowu Wool , " . Jl 705X2 03
Saxony Yarns , | > cr box . 52 13
J. ( J. KOSENFELD glVCS US tne
following quotations this day :
Potatoes , 90@S1 00 per bushel ;
Butter , prime 25@30c ; Butter , good
202uc ; Butter , cooking 1015c ;
Eggs , 14al5c per doz ; Live chickens
2 502 7o ; Lemons , 14 00 per box.
" \V. B. < t Co. Select , G3 cts per
can ; Standard 55 cts per can ; Medi
um 45 cts per can.
_ Ss ,
JOll.X T. EDOAK.
Common ttar. . . . . . . .
Horse shoe bi a..H. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Norway nail rod . .
Cast pIoT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ . . . . . . . . 12
American casn , octagon and square. . ISft 22
Jeasnp's Kngli h dv do . . . 25(3 (
Bur Jen's horse shoes , par keg . 725
do mule do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 25
Northwestern horse nails _ . 22s 23
Dundee thimble skeins , discount 43 per cent.
Stor half patent axles , discount 10 i > er cent.
10 * to COJ per keg. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 10
8d do _ . _ . . . 4 35
Cd do . . . . _ . . . . . _ 4 G i
4d do - _ . 4 S3
3d do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 5 10
3d fine do . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . 7 10
lOd finls'ng do . _ _ . . . . . . . . _ 5 2 j
fid do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 CO
Cd do do _ . _ S 1-5
lOd easing do _ . - . _ . 4 83
8d do do . . . . _ . . _ 3 1C
Gd do do . . . . . . _ . 5 So
Wrought , all sizes . - 5 80
Carriage and tire.--.discount 70 pr c
Narrow wrought , fast Joint discount 20 pr c
Cast , loose pin reTersible _ do 35 do
Ilay snd manure forki..discount SO prc
How and gulden rakca.7 : . . . . . . do 25 do
Strap and T. _ . - _ . _ discount 25 prc
Taft'g black . . . - _ _ discount fSpre
Coe's Immitatlon . . . do 43 do
Coe's genuine. . . . . . . . , . . do 20 do
American Iron - - 43 pr c
"do brass . . . . , - . . . 40 prc
AGRIOTLTTJRAI. IM. * ! < EMENTS.
nHolt ; Ha. > estKIc5Tier lo - , net 12 00
Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 00
Healers Eureka . . . . . . . . . - . 11 00
do red _ _ . . _ . _ . . 8 00
SPAPES ASD S1IOV-L3.
Rowhnd'aNo2 black shoTehi , D II 1 ! 00
do do polished do do . . . 13 00
do do black spadea do 12 00
Jloora do pclishel do do 13 00
do's "spring point" L II shores 13 50
LIpp ncott sWcstern Crown - 13 00
do do do b TefeU 13 50
Parka's > o ! , irun box-I. - net t 25
do doHXl do . - . 2- _ 575
do do23 Union ir hJL _ 1100
eo do 35 do Britanla. _ 13 00
IlarzraTe , Smith A Co. , _ dlscoant SO pr c
American File ( Jo _ _ . . : . - , do 50 > dq
s.A. E N'ol , 1 > J , 2
Hammond's A E No 2 J9 00
do do do 4 _ 10 50
dc Lnlmer's No 1 _ _ 10 00
do do do 2 13 50
do do do 3 14 00
Morris' shingling , no l . . . S7 00
do do do 2 8 00
do do do 3 _ . . . . . . 9 COde
do Cliw do 1 - - 7 0
dc o do 9 j.n.nn. T 8 Co
Rest Buffalo Sola , T.
do do . . . . . . . . . f
Matauiums do I < o. 2 , 32c ; No. 1 , 35i-
Best Oak do 43g ( < 5e
lUltimorc Oak Solo . . 4Sc
irench Kin _ - _ SI 40.32 00
do Calf , leading brands S2 iOa2 ( 50
Domestic Kips SI 00 1 30
do Calf. . . . . _ . . . . - 51 35yl 75
Hemlock Upper , per foot .25@30c
Oak d * da .SOe
Grain do do . . . . . _ . . _ . . . . . . . . .SOc
Linings , per dozen $7 00@10 00
Toppings , d. SUOOyltCO
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , . . . _ M@45c
do ( Oil Dre > acd ) do .3Gd.40c (
do ( aimon ) _ . _ SJ 00@J 23
,1. ( GIovo Kid , ) S3 5I ) < U5 00
Welt Leather , per ide , IS 00i7 00
lloot Webbing , | -er bolt , . _ 4 700
Oak Harusss L.alher , " ntteburg , " .4oo
do do do No. 1 40@ 12u
do da do > o. ' . ' , 33 ( 40a
Oak Line do .44@4Gc
llmlOLk Harniss Leather , Ko. 1 , _ tJ JOc
do do do No. 2 , _ . _ .S7ti3Sc
Hemlock Liue do .41 J6c
Jair Bridle , p r side SG 00(3 ( ? 00
Team Collars , per doz _ .J23 SugJi 50
Stage do do -S.U 50
Scotch do do 8i6 00
c onc-ord do do . S33 00
Collar Leathei ( Black ) per foot , 18@24c
do do ( Uusaet ) do 13iy24c
Patent Dash Leather. _ 15
Powell & Co. , Soap nionufacturera.
SapcPublico , G l-2@6 3 > 4 ; Savon
Repubhc , do. , Chemical Olire , 6 to
61-2 ; Palm , 5@51-4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERFJl'S
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Farnham Street , furnishe ? the
following quotations :
FRAME MOULDINGS. _
Oil waluut mouldings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch iOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 5nch 7c ; ? inch
15c ; 3 inch Ulc. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
G@loc ; 2 injh 12@30c ; 3 inch 18@
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 510c ; 2 inch 1020c ; S inch
Plain bands. 6 feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 60 ; ornamental bands , 2 00@
4 00 ; each vdditiontsl foot , 75c per
Union ind all wool terry , per yard
1 50@3 jQ ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 50.i8 00.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
2 00a3 00.
HUH * , 4-4x6-2 , 4 O0.i5 00 ; straw ,
3 00a4 00 ; Excel.-iior , 3 50a4 50.
gublac' to change of market witnout
WM. M. FOSTER ,
0/n / U. P. R. R. tracX hct. Ir irnnam aj
GEO A. HOAGLANL.
Joiats , studding and sills , 20 it , and un
der . - _ . _ (33 00
Over 20f t , each additional ft add'I _ . . 50
Fencing No 1 . . . . . . . < 9 00
do 0 2 . . . . . . . . _ _ . 21 00
1st commnn boards . . . . . . . . 25 00
2nd do do . . . . . . _ Tr. . , : . 2" > 00
"A" atock boards , 10 and 12 inch . 60 00
"B" do do do do . . _ . "B 00
"C" do do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . SO 00
l < t clear , 1 , IJfA and 2 inch . 65 00
2d do do do do . . . . _ 65 00
3d do do do do _ ,45 00
Flooring , clear 50 00
do l t common _ 40 00
do 2d do _ _ 35 00
do 3d do _ 27 50
di n.irraw , clfar- . . . . . _ 45 00
I'd clear ceiling Ji Inch 35 00
2.1 . do do y inch 32 50
1st do do % Inch 80 00
2d do do % iuch . . 27 50
1st clear siding _ _ 27 00
2d do do _ _ 26 00
1st common siding 24 00
2d do do 20 00
"A" ahlnsJes _ 4 25
Extra No 1 shingles 3 U )
Common No 1 sh.ngles 2 00
LathpcrlOOO . . _ ? SQ
I ) A H pickets e < r 100 3 5fl
S < juare do do do
O G Batten per lineal f' . _ 1 >
Hough do do do _
Liberal discount ou carload lota.
WINDOWS. ( Glazed. )
35 per cent of ! Chicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged. )
25 pet rent 08 Ci irago 1'st. '
30 i > cr cent off list.
White limo per bbl _ _ .S1 75@2 00
Louisville cementperbbl _ 3 0003 S5
Pljstcr parU per bbl 3 50yJ 75
Plastering hair per bushel 40
Tarred felt _ 4
Plasterins boaru 5 %
OILS. PAISTS. GLASS , &c.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
BOBERT C. STEELL.
Coal Oil. . $ IS I Lara Ull , No 13 S5st 00
Linseed Oil , raw. 1 OT 2 . 70
" " bl'd 1 10 " winter ) on
Turpentine _ . 65 "strsin'dj vu
Headlight Oil 28 Lubricating I _ . . ,
W. Va. f "
PAlNTb , AC
White LeaJ , St. LouU , Srtictlr Pure _ . J 11
" " " " Fancy BraLdj . 9 %
Putty in Bladders . _ . . . _ 5U
. " " Bulk ?
. _ 4 >
Enameld Glass , colors , sq. ft. . . 1 00
Window Glasi 50 y c discount
TIN , SHEET-IRON. WIRE , &C.
MILTON ROGERS , COR. 14th &
10x14 1C , lair quality _ . . _ J12 5fl
10x14 Ic , best quality . IS 00
10x14 IX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 00
12x12 1C do do - . - IS 50
12x12 IX do do - . _ . 18 60
14x20 1C da do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . 15 00
14x20 IX do do . . . . . _ . . . 17 00
14x20 IXX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 00
14x20 IXXX do _ . . _ 23 00
1' ' 0 plate DC ( bo tquaity ! ) - 23 00
100 plate DX , do di _ .13-50
180 plate DXX do do . 1C 60
100 plate TJXXX do do . _ U 50
RooQng 1C charcoal do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 50
Roofing IX do do do - . 15 5C
10x14 IO coke do do - 1200
20x23 1C charcoal roofing. . . . . . . . 27 00
20x18 1C charcoal rooang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 CO
elx4 IX charcoal . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 60
10x20 cuke ( for euttersl . - - 20 60
Large pgi ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S5
Small pigs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S6
Bar tin . . .H. . r.M..MM . . . . . .Ht..MM. . . . . . 38
She ? t tin 25 to 86 In , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
do do d it half casks . . 11U
do do do in 250 tt casks - . 12
Sheet 24 to 15 inches per sheet _ _ 12 > i
Tinners soldei ( eitra refined. . . . . . . . . . . 25
do do No. l. . . . _ . . . . _ . . 23
do do roofing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
bid metal _ . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Oa2
First qnalit Numbers 1C to 24. . . . . . _ 5 %
do do do 15 . . . .
do do do 26. . . .
do do . do i7 .
Charcoal , both sides smotha
do No 24 _
do do ' . 6. . . . . . . . . . .
do do 27
Juniata , No. 24. . . . . . . . , .
do "lo 28 - , .
do do 27- . . . . . . _
Ruiulaperfeit7to 12. . . .
do No. 1 , stained - _ . a
Less tnan lull bundles , add one cent.
"A"Americac Immitat'n Russia , U Noi. 18
Less than fuU bundles add one cent. "
No. 14 to 2U. . . _ . . . . . . . . . . r ijt U
do 21 to 24 . . . . . _ . _ . _ ao 16
do 25 to25 , . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ Mdc 11
do 27 _ . . . . , . _ do IS
do 2 ! _ _ . . . - . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . do 2C
Full bundle ! discount 15 percent.
Brazier * 6 * o 9 . . . - . . _ . . . . . _ > . < J
do 10 to Z2 ft . _ . _ . _ . . . 42
d 12U to 100 _ . _ 3S
Shcathine , 14aud IS ot _ _ . . . , . . _ 87
Planished , 14 and 18 01 _ M _ 4 !
Nos. 7 , 8 and 9 , Planished _ . _ 49
Bolt copper - . . . . _ . _ . . . _ . . _ . . . . . . 5C
Copper bottoms . . . _ . . - _ . . . . _ . Si
10 11 UK mi
BTEELE & JOHSSOX 538-540 14TTI ST.
CLARK A FRENCH COR. FARNUAlf AJf D
PHNDT , MEYER & RAAPKE , 212 FARN-
HVil ST. , WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MOP.OAN & GALLAGHER , 05J < arn-
WHITNEY , BATJSERMAX & CO. , 247
j. j. BROVTX & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
(5 ranulated pr ID . - 12 } $
Powdered do - . . . . . 12 > 4
Crushed do _ . . 12 > i
Kcld cut loaf do . _ . . . 13K
Standard A Jo . - lift
Circle A do . . - ll
ExtiaC do . 11
Yellow C do _ . _ . _ . .10Kall
N O choice do _ . - . 10 , < t
Rio choice prlb. . - . - I3 s21
do prime do . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ iJ.i'3i
do ioi > d do . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . --.I 3
0 ti Java . _ . . _ . _ . SlaS-1
Common pr ration . . 3"i4j
Uood do . . . . . . - . . . . . 60u ( > 5
Choice do . 70-iSO
do N 0 molasses. . . SO
Rangoon choice. . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . - . . - . dnSJ
Ctroliui . - . - 10
M Weak 4 Co .
tichofec * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
M. West ± Co _ . 7a7 > 4
Schofer's German . . . . . . . 6
Kirk's standard . _ 4 %
do sterliDi , ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 4a4n
Black goods , Western . 4S
. do do Virginia . BoaCO
do do Lortilard's . m _ 55abO
Bright do do do . . C0a65
du do Virginia . 53a < X )
Natural leaf _ - . < 5a9 " >
do aupics uo . liil2K
Ftate do do _ . 1U14
New currants . b.iu
do prunes . . . Hall >
do Cicrmau cherries . . . . . . . 17
do blickberrien A . 14
do raspberries . . . . S5
do raisins , per box . S3 60
do seedless raisins , per pound. . . . . . . . . \-Yi
New in barrels . _ . ? 2 70.i2 85
do dairy . . . . . . . 4 5Oi5 75
1 do do uo do do . . . 2 50x2 75
2 dc do William's do do . . . 4 03a4 75
2 do do peiches IMJI case . 550
3 do do do do . 7 75aS 00
y do do tomatoes do . 3 " 5a3 50
3 do do do do . 5 00
Corn , Tropny per case . 5 dO
do Wiuslow do . 5 50
do Yarmouth do . . . . . . . 5 50
Strawberries , do . . . 4 50a4 75
Raspberries , do . 5 25ao 50
Pineapples , do . . . . . . 5 00
Oolon s , per pound . . 25a75
Young Hyson , per pound . 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60al 25
Snow Flake , ( Wells & NIcman ) . 4 50
Gold Dust . _ 2 78
XXXX Iowa City . _ g 00
California . 4 7Ji $ 00
Gam ues , heavy weight. . . . _ . . . _ . . _ . . 16gl9
.o light do - 17(318
1 ips , four bushel . . . . _ . . . . . . _ . lga9
adee gunnies . _ . _ . is
. iln bags , Amosteg A - . . S0a31
* o do Ludiow a a. . . _ . _ . aii35
Kntmegs , Penang best.per pound _ 140
CljTei do do . _ 0
Alspice uo do . . . . ISa.O
Clnamon bark do d. > . S5aJJ
COLUMBIA RIYER SALMON.
% bbls , luO H > 3 . . _ . . . $ 8 73
1 tt cans , f r d i . _ . 2 5C@ 2 75
2 do do . _ . 3 90 4 00
Ko. 1 tits . . . _ , . 3 1 C5
Family In kit * . . . . . _ . 0(4 1 0
If bbls . . SJ i 7 CO
Family in % bbls . _ 5 50i3 G 10
Family , In kits . 1 ICQ I 20
No. I , do . 1 any 0. )
Mess , do . 3 00(1 ( $ 3 25
Family , > bbs ! . C 23(1 ( $ G SO
No. 1 , de . _ . 9 COylO CO
Sardines , Jj boxei , . _ . 16 50 ( 17 LO
A. E. SIMPSON , Manufacturer , 532
II. Upman . _ M. 5 rj 00
Reconstruction-- . do 3. , 00
Grand Central . _ . do 35 00
Universal. . . . . . . . do 40 00
Yara - . do 43 00
La iioquei . _ . do 50 ft !
bim.Mi Pure . do 50 tO
Partitas . - . ] o 75 fo
Youri Truly . . _ do (5 ( 00
Gold Medal . _ do 50 00
Jo. Eapanola . . . . . do GO 00
Triple Crowu . . , | 0 75 00
Heory Clay . do 100 00
Do ViHcr. . _ . _ . do ICQ 00
YMlIer . , . do 10,1 , W )
1876 . . _ . . . . do 75 LU
CAL1IOUN 3IILI.S FLOUK.
Wholesale depot 548 14'h Street.
Half barrel sicks . . . . . . . . . . _ . 2 K
Cliicago , KOCK Island
aiid Pacific K. II.
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE * ROM
OMAIIA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Des Wolnes , bayenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
WE5TINOUOUSK I > ATK T AlK liKAkKS and
iUUer's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Bally ,
onnettlng as follows :
AT DES MOINES with the DCS Jloines Valley
Railroad , lor OsfcaJoosa , Ottumwa , Keokuk
and St. Lonls.
AT URINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the liurlington ,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad , for
Burlington , CeJar Rapids , Dubuque A St.
Paul. At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western i.ranch , for Muscatiue ,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Freeport , Beit , llacine. Mil
waukee and all points in northPrn Illinois
AT HOCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Rod
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peorla A Rod
Island Railroad for Peorla and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNC. , with branch , for lien-
ry , Lacere , Chilllcothe and Peoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort b and south.
AT CHICAGO with "II lines East , North and
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities
> hi thU line , can be procured , and sny information
mation obtained , concerning points , at the
ticket office of the company , 12i Farnhara St. ,
Omaha , and also at the principal ticket office !
along tha line of tha U. P. R. 14.
Bajrsace Checked Tlironjrfi to nil
.Principal Kaateni Pouita.
A. M. SMITH , H. RIDDLE ,
Gen'l Pass'r ' ' '
Ag't , Sup't
Chicago. Chit ago.
J. H.LACET , S.S STEVENS ,
Ticket Agent , Gen'l Western Ag't
a28U Ununa Omaha.
Sioux City & Pacific R , K ,
The Shortest and only Direct
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points in
NORTHERS IOWA & MINNESOTA ,
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains 7ii thlk route.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Un Pacifit
Railroad for Omaha
2. At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
Jo * nd Council Bluffa Railroad for St. Loui !
and , all points south.
S. At ML-sourl Valley with tha Chicago ami
Northwestern railway fet Chicago and al
4. At iionr City with Sioux City and S
Paul , Illinois Central and Dalroti Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Mi < souri River
during naTigatloa and with stages for all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Caaba and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont , Nebraska , wih the Union
Pacific railroad for 11 points west and the
7. At Wlaaer with stages for Norfolk and al' '
points in Northern Nebraska.
* * Tickets for sole in Chicago atd Nortli-
rest rn Railway offices.
SSTBe sure -your tickets read via S. C. A P
L. BURNETT , Sup't.
r. C. HILLS , Con. Ticket As't.
GEO. W. G RATTAN ,
. Om iH
The Popular Route from
o IM : .A. IH : .A.
Chicago and the East !
IDiaroot . - -
Cro > se , 1'rairleDu Clilen. IVliioiia ,
St. I'aul , Dnlutii , Jimravllle , K no-
Him , Grrcn lint , Itaclne , Steven' *
I'oiiit. WttfertoivM , OthVbkli , Ken
. MlldUoii and Milwaukee.
It Being tha Shortest and Flist Comnletod Line
OMAHA and CHIC AGO ,
Con < tant improvim nts liave taken place in
the way of reducicR Grade , and plariog Iron
with btetl IUis ! , adding to lu rolliag stock
new and Elegant
Q\-Z nml 8L.KKPINO CAUS
Equipped with the "Wcstluahou < e Air BraSs"
and "Miller Platform. " establishing comtorta-
bic and commMious Eating Houses , offering all
the comforts ot trarelina the age can produce.
Frou. ' * to iOFast Express Trains run each
way daily over the various lines of this road ,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
rou'e sure ami certain connections in any di
rection ho mav wish to fo.
AT MlbbUUKI VALLET JUNCTION , for
Sioux City , Yankton and points reached Tla
Sioux City and Pacific railroid.
AT GKAM ) JUNCTION for Fort Podgs ,
Des Moioes , Ottawa and Keokuk.
AT MAIlbllALljfurSt. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern points.
AT IEDAR RAPIDS for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , ( hnrles Citr , Burlington and St Louis.
ATCLIN1ON forDubuqne , Dun'elth , Prai
rie du Chlen , 1A Crosse , and all paints on the
Chicago , Clinton and Dubuque , and Chicago ,
Dutiuoue and Minnesota railroads.
ATFULTO > ; for Fretport , Racine Mlllwau-
Lee , and all iioiuts In Wucontin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway line * leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to all eastern cities via this
line can be procured , and any informal ! ' n ob
tained , concerning Routes , Rate * , etc , at the
Companie's Otlitc , 21a Farnham Street , Omaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of t he U. P. H. R.
lUTIiaggnge checked through to all principal
W. H. bTENNETT , MARVIN HUGHITT ,
( Jen'l Possinge'r Ag t. Gen. Sup't.
J. U LXCEY , G G.EDDY ,
Tkket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag'tOmaha.
Omaha & St. Louis Short
1 8 7 - ! :
The Kansas City , St. Joe and
CouncU Bluffs R. R
Is the only dire line to
J3TE" . 3JO-CT2CS
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMAHA AND THE "WEST
NO CHANGE i care between Onahs and St.
Louis ana h it or e between OMAHA
Tiis th Only Ine running a
SLEEPING OAIL EAST
FH03I OMAHA , ON ATtRIVAD
OK THE UJV1OS PACIFIC
KB"Pc soners taking othei routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at the River Station.
TKAISS DAILY :
HASTEBN AND WE3TEBH CITIES
With Less Changes and in advance of other
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars ,
Palace Day Coaches and ChairCars ,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westin house
sarSfe that your tickets lead via
Kansns City , K , Jocpi < fc Council
Uluffit Ualrud ,
I7a Omaha and St. Louis.
Tickets for sale at cor. Tenth and Farnham
mrectb. and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
JOs-IEHON , GEO.L.3RADBURY ,
Fass. Agt. ' Gen' Agent.
. F. riAKNAKD , A. C. DAWES ,
( ien'l bupt. Gen'l i'ass. Agt. ,
hUJovuh. St. JosfDh.
3 TEAIISTS DAILY 1
LEVE ST. I.OUISVITII
Pullman Palace Cars
THBODQH "WITHOUT OHAKQB
-Iraka from the "West ,
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Cleveland , Buffalo & Boston
Are for Sale at th
. - '
- - - - - Comi-any'ii Office
N. E. corner Fourtli & , Chestnut it * , '
KJ.Loul , and at tlie Principal Hal > .
ivay Offlceh In the West.
CHAS. BABCOCK , C. E. RUS3ELL ,
S'theru Pass. Az't , Wcsfn Pass. As't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KASSAS Cirr
JOHN E. SIMPSON CHAS. E. FOLLETT
Gen i Supt. , Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
> 23t l-vniAXiroLi3 gT. Louis.
Propriptor of tbo
Depot for the sale of his
M. SELSiER & Co , ,
Corner ol Battery and Wuhlngton St .
, - |
SAW FRAXCISCO - . CAl
Tt .o ly tno-iTO remtdy lot *
HEIGHT'S DISEASE ,
And a posltire cnr ; for
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepaia Xer-
TOUS Debility , Dropsy ,
JTon-retenticn or Incontinence of Urine , Ir l-
Utlon. Inflamation or Ulceratiouof the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
SPERMA TORRIICEA ,
Loucoerhoe or Whiles , Diiea.'cs of the Prostrate
Gland. S'.one in the Bbddur. Colcul ur
GRAVEL OR I1IUCK DUST. DE
And Mucus or Milk
Extract Bucliti !
Penninently Curt * all Diseases ol the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Existing In Men , Women and Children ,
2fb Matter What the Agei
Prof , fctetlo Bays : "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu la worth more than all
other Buchus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , six bottles for
Duane'St N Y
Depot 104 , , , ,
A physician In attendance to answer corre *
pondence and give advice gratis.
JWScnd stamp for pamphlets , free. c
Crane A Brighain Wholesale Agents , San
he Most Wonderful Medical LL-
coverj of the Age Every Man
bis own Physician.
Frazicr's Great Ecnicdy
The people ot tin United States h-tro been
humbugged with all kin'Is of Patent Mwllcines ,
quacks and imposters ( for the past faw years ,
in a most shameful inaiinrr. The writer of the
following 13 one of tba rictima , and wlibea to
present a Tory plain case.
BelioriDg that by cleansing the blood was
the only true way of banishing disease , and
being a great sufferer from weak lungaanda
scrofulous afiectiou , and after trying many
kinds of Patent Medicine * and th * most
eminent Physicians , I commenced doctoring
myself , and at last d-scoTered a Blood Searcher ,
or Root Bitters , which not only gare me im
mediate releif , but alter a few weeks eOected
a radical cure. The cough left me , my lungs
became strong and sound , mr appetite good ,
and the scrofulous disease had disappeared.
/Vellng confident that my DlscoTerr posfMsnl
wouJsrful healing Tirlnes , 1 gar * ft to otfirrH
ifflicted , and found it eOectedthe most miracu
lous cures in thousands of rases , not alone
curing Coughs , Consumption , Asthuia. Catarrh ,
Scrofula and Weak Lungs. butUall diseases
caused from huruonin the biood.vTIie demand
from mr friends and others bearlilg about these
Bitters becoming ery great , I commenced put-
t'ng them up for sale , railing 'nem FRAZIhR'S
ROOT BITTERS. I was at first backward in
presenting cither myself or medicine to the
public-not being a Patent Medicine Man , but
I am getting brarely o er that. I liara sold
thousand ! of bottles cf my Root Biller ? , and
it is my desire and determination to place the
same within the reach of every sutlerlng man ,
woman and child on the face of the cirUized
Thegiand principle that operates in these
Root Bitters is the power they posse * * in cleansIng -
Ing the turgid blood and bauisbing the Tile
humors from the system. Root Bitters are
strictly a Medicinal Preparation , compounds
from roots combined with herbs and plants ,
many of whi.h were used in the gond old days
of our forefathers , when people were cured by
some simple root or herb , and whan Calomel
and other poisuns of the mineral kingdom
They open all the natural passages of the
body , cast out disease , take away all sickness
and build up tha bysteru with imro blood ,
bence they must reach all diseases by purifica
tion and nourishment.
No person can take Root Bitters and remain
long unwell. Victory upon rictory they IUTO
gaiaed orar disease and oeath m all stations
and conditions in life. They are constantly ef
fecting cures of the utmost importance. For
Consumption , Asthma , Scrofula , Scrofulous Eruptions -
ruptions , Catarrh , Weak Lungs , Lost Yitalltv
and Bruken-down Constitutions , these Root
Bitters are univaisally admitted to be the moat
wonderful Medical Dirtorcry known to the
world. 1'tcir pectoral healing propmiei re ne-
trata every portion of the human frame , sooth
ing the Lungs , strengthening the Stomach ,
Kidneys and Liver , cleansing the blood from
every kind of humor. No other medicine will
cure Chronia Rheumatism , Neuralgia ,
Heart Disease , Fits , Dizziness , Headache ,
Dyspepsia , Fever and Ague , Costlveness , Pile * ,
Urinary Diseases , Kidney Disease , and Liver
Complaint , so quickly as this Root Bitters. All
such diseases are caused from a bad stomach
and a poisonous condition of tba blood. For
weakly , nervous youngmen , suflerlng from loss
ot memory , loss of energy , etc. , caused from
abuses in early lUe.and to delicate females.these
strengthening Root Bitters are especially re-
commgnded. One bottle will do more toward
eradicating Syphilis , Scurvy , Tetter , Fever
Sores , Ser Eyes , lurnori. Cancerous forma
tions , Dropsy , Erysipelas , bait Rheum , Ulcers ,
Boils , Fleah Worms , Blotches , Pustules , Erup
tions , pimple * on the face , and Corruption * from
th Blood than all other remtdle * in existence.
G. W. FRAZIER ,
Fraslers Root Bitters are sold by all the lead-
1ns Druggists , btorekevperii and Chemists. Hold
Wholesale by Strong 4 Cobb , 190 Superior
street , and Beaten Myers & CanQeld , 127 Wat
er street , Cleveland , O. ; B. L. Fahnestock &
Co. , Pittsburg ; George C. Goodwin A Co. .
Boston ; John F. Henry Curran i Co , United
States Medicine Honse , 8 and 9 College Place ,
New York ; Wyth Brothers , Philadeiph-a ; Ful-
! r & Fuller , Chicago ; John D. 1'ark , Cincinna
ti , and other first-class Drug Houses.
Show this notice to your druggist or store
keeper. Ask for FRAZIER3 ROOT BITTERS ,
and accept no substitute whatever. Price with-
li the reach of all SI per bottla six bottle *
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
SOOHABQE POSADVIOS A5D COff-
JB J. B. DYOTT , graduate o\ \
Jefferson Medical College , Philadel
phia , author of several valuable
works , .jan be consulted on all diS'
eases of the Sexual and Orinary or
gans , ( which ho has made an es
pecial study , ) either in male or fe
male , no 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-
tera describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
J86Send for the Guide to Health ,
Physicion and Surgeon , 104 JDuanc
street. N. V.
Confectioners' Tool Works ,
Th.03' Mills c& Bro. ,
e enl Ire Cierm
' / > Freezer Sit.
Nos. 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
Proprietors : 1' E TA ij niD 1E 4.
Tnomi MILLS , 1
- ATUKP.PAKJiJtK.JvnpoceppUcaUon , -
WE HAVE TWELVE GOOD REASONS
AS why ther will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Ctiea ) andCIean. _
They arecae pest to ouy ,
They are best to u < e.
They bate evenly and quickly ,
Their o ; ratioi is perfect ,
1 hey have always a good draft ,
TIiejr are uiaile of ihe bestiuatcrlal
They roast perfectly , '
Tfaey require but lltilefuel ,
Tl. y are very low priced ,
B H They ara easily managed.
Th y are suited to all localities ,
QQ tvery stoveguAranteedtogiresatufactloa
Excelsior Maii'fg Co. ,
ST. LOUIS , MO. ,
M. B "tf
O233.ci.lxa. . T > 1
Or Segar-ConJcd , Concentrated ,
nod and Herbal Jalcc , Aittl-
Billons Grannies. TiICjLITTUC
GIANT" CATILinXIC. or Multum.
! Parvo Physic.
The novelty of modem Mcdleai , Cheatcal and
Pharmaceutical Science. No use of any lonsr-r
taking tha large , repulsive and naos > eoca fitts ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bnlty ingredients- ,
vrheu uo can by a careful application or chcmica ;
Fcicnce , extrair all tha cathartic and other mcu-
tinal properties from the most valuable recta ic' *
herbs , ana concentrate ibcm into a minute Gran
nie. cariMy larger than a nuiftarj
nocd that can ue readily swallowed by those ol
the most sensitive etornacus and fastidious taster.
Eichlittle Purgative Pellet ItDreemU , In a
moat concentrated form. 83 macK eatnanic power
as U embodied In any of the lart\ > pills fotmd for
rale in the dreg chops. From their wonderful ca-
thirtic power , m proTortion. to their * lze , peopls
who have not tried them en. apt U > toppcra iu
they ara oara or drastic ta cScct , but uuch Is not
M all lisa ca c' . thc dafcrcut active rzedicinal prln ,
cipl uof which they are composed bcins so h >
mjnized and modJJlcd. one by tha othcn , j
produce n moHt Boarcl liiz atid ibor-
8500 ncTrardl * hereby offered lytho pro-
prictor of > h o Pellet , to any chemist \\hcs
upon analysis. \ ill find in them any Calomel or
otncr forma of mercury ot any otier mlrit
car * ia . - cqulredhilo n = in them. Ihcy ope
rate without disturbance to the constitution , die ! ;
or occupation. ForJatuidlcc * Headache *
Coiistipatloii , Impure Illoud , 1'nJix
ill the Miouldcrx , TlglTtncss of the
Chest , JJizzlucK" , Sour Cructatloi : ?
ot the Stoincch , liatl tnsto lit
Bilious nttncKs , i > alu la
ot ItidncyH , Interim ! Fccr
Bloated fcelliip ; about Moiiiacl ) ,
ItUNh ot niood to ilcad. If lali Col
ored Urine , ViisoclaliHUy < jinj
niooniy ForcbodliiKS , talto Kr
1'lerce'iiPIcaMaiitI'urBatlvo Pellets ,
In eiplanntlon of the remedial power of lay Fur-
trative Pcllctaotcrfo prcat a variety of diseases ,
I wish to ray that their action upon the
n > lnial economy IsimlvcrsnJ , notrx.
plaiid or 4lstuo cscapliistliclr satin.
tlvc liaprcrs. A"e diwa not Impair tbcjil
their ecsar coatinsfncd being enclosed In clss
b tlca preerve their \irtucs unimpaired foranr
le sth of time , in any climate , so thai they are af-
vciv- * fresh and reliable , which H not the ca o
7ifli the pili * found ia the clrm ; gtorc * , pnt np ia.
chap wood or pjtc-l > card boxes. Ilccollcct that
f jrau duoa'ca where a Laxative , Altpra-
tlre or Purtjativo is Indicated , these little
ivilit * will chothuiuost perfect EatisUctioa to
They arc rtJiJ by nil enterprising
DruKgl1 * at : i5 coiitu a bottle.
Do not allow any nrag Ist to icdcca rot to
take anj thin' ; clsj fiat l.e miy fay la Just na
peed aj my Pclleto bocan e ho make * a largei
l-rolltoa that nhi'h ha rvcoiaaicnJs. Jf yens
rlni trist cannot mpp'y ' them , enclose 55 cuuu
and cccci % " thm nn turn irill from
? ; . ; - . riznivz : , jr. j > . jrvonv , .
. K. "Ji
ASK EOE PYLES'
SALE RATHE !
Pvnax Meyer ARaapkoand Whltnoy
Bauserman A Co.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEN from
the effects of Errors and Abujcs in early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediments to Marriage
Removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and Circulars
sent free , In sealed envelop * * . Address , HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION , 413 North Ninth St , ,
Philadelphia , Pa. , an Institution havingahigb.
reputation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. 3dAw3ra-
CASTLE BROS. ,
East India. Goods ,
213 and B13 FROXT STREET
San Francisco California.
RtAL Ed * i ' ATE I
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Acnt for tha
TJ. P. B. B. LANDS
Government Lands Located !
"U. P. Lands Sold !
ImproTcd Farms andTotniTots lor
ON LONGTIME ! !
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