## Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 30, 1874, Image 3

#### Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

```    . *
H , CANDRIAN ,
Deal rlu
CUTLERY
Steam , and
Grinder Polisher ,
Office : 518 13th Street ,
OMAUA , SE1J.
Orders taken for Silver Plating.
All orders by mall will be promptly attended
to.
OKT. DO. ar
DEALKS ia-
-MJI FACinnKH or AJJD
C1IU03IOS , ENGRAVINGS AND
PICTURE FRAMES.
: TO rarnbam street. coi oer Ffteenlh
WILLIAM LATEY ,
Cor. 16Lh aud Webster ; Sts. ,
Keeps a complete assortment ol
UPiOCElUES and
PROVISIONS.
*
- TU
RETAIL CASE MCHASERS
For Sewing Machines.
In order to make room for our new styles , we
hare put in PERFECr order all of oar old
stoci,1nduaing second-hand , and ofiir them at
GIIEATLEY IlEDUCED prices , for CASH.
BE AB IJff MIND
EVERY " HOWE " COUGUT OF US and
our AUTHORIZED canvassers b ' VARRANT-
ED , and JKSTRUCTION given , as WE hare a
"BEPUTATION TO SUSTAIN. Experience
proves a machine WITHOUT Instruction it
tt'ORSE than NONE at all.
CAUTION. We know of large lots of - worthless
less machines bought at low figui cs , that are be
ing palmed off on the public for nearly as good
as new. Persons thit do not want to run the
rbk of being swindled should NEVER buy of
IKtIESPONSIBLE puarties , ai they have NO
reputation AT STAKE , as have old established
Companies.
THE HOWE MACIHXl20. ,
IZth Strea
ELECTION PKOCLAMATION.
. . .
11 be held witmn ana jor iuc v-.j -
w Tuesday the 13th day ot October , A. D. 1S,7 .
on
r the purpose of submitting to the qualoed
Electors of saldoity the following proposition ,
erecting , or
5fur Work * in tbo pity .
Said proposition , entire , ahill be written or
and the vote th-reon
primed upon each ballot ,
Kail be only "Yes" or No. " written or print
ed boluw said proportion , npsn the same
s Election the polls will be
opened at 9 o'clock A. M. , and be kent open
until 7 o'clock P. M. . at the following places :
First Ward at Turner Hall.
Second Ward at l-ngine Uouse. o.S.
Third Ward at Encine House , No. 2.
T-Surth Wrd- Sheriffs Office Court
fifth Ward-at Pennsylvania Uohsc ,
Sixth Ward-at Engine House , No. 1. *
In wltnes. whereof I have hereunto set rur ,
hand aud csm d the 1 of said city to be
hereunto alBted , tbl/-17lh day of September ,
A. D. 1871.
"
, ' " S C 5. CHASE ,
seplTeodSw
EEDMAIT & LEWIS' ,
Cor. 16 tli and Izard Streets.
TJ 3 E B.IE .
On hand and SAWED TO OEDEB
Je261ro _ -
JSTBOX EEKD. -KWU C.'KEM
BYRON REED 1007
Th Oldest Established
*
B al Estate Agency
JN NEBUABEA1
. , . Abitnct 5f Title to all Res
n *
S5.nto
City Meat i
KM t r.tljjon hand
LARGE SUPPLY OF
AJJD
> - 33
. waut-
-f C > r > A PEll DAY. Agents
tO \$21) ) od. All "iwes of work-
old , nake
Ingpeoploofeiuicr jx. yeung or
mSrVmoner at work for us lu .aeir ? " >
mentsoralltl. tlm- than at nythJnK else.
Addiess ST1NSUN 4 Co. . Portland. Milne-
Q.TJEALEY'S
t P. Soap Factory !
fflt < x tcd on the line ol the Union Pacific
Xlailroait. jiear the powder home. Manufac
tures fi fct-ela > s soap for home consumption-
. .
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor. ICtli and Bodgo Sl .
Prompt atlontion given to sales of household
furniture , B ore goods , bo" * * , cattle , etc. . either
' . Ectate at
jit store or owner's residence. Seal
jpublic or private tale. _ angaldtl
TJKION MARKET
B. A. HARRIS ,
P37 riftewth Ereet , net. Donghi and Do3g .
BEEF , PORK ,
2 , button and-V © & !
.Fish , Poultry , G-ame ,
AHD
Going EastcrSouthfromBmaha
.r.B.B.t kouldtakeUn
'LINCOLN ROUTE"
via The
; Ana i cor for tarm elT s the cnolv * of BU
Tcpnlar Biawslrom
Atchisou to CMcn&o and St. Lenis ,
i jit1 ! making Reliable anoctious and being
S cljin vitH Filaca Bar &nd Bleetbg Cut ,
in A < . , * * 7 ind Inconvenience arriving frorc
E rbVri ' transom can be avoided West ol
StLo"l * or tecurlng Ticket Tls
ft .nd Kcllab/
nit
DbtC Sh thT AVy. 4 S. F. B. K. for th.
Great Arka-sas Valler & Colorado ,
And with all lines ranmu. ? South to polnU ! i
" ' '
? LINCOLN' & ATCHISOiN
S c siirrn. FWHITE. .
NANCY JONES' BAuY.
A California Gulch Story.
( From the Sacramento Union. )
The wind carne howling down
the mountain side , and with a hol
low moan rushed through the can
yons. The tall pines tossed , and
bent their heads at each rude blast
of the storm. Masses of black
clouds hung like a funeral pall over
the mountains , and ihe rain poured
down in torrents.
Rabbit Creek bounded down its
narrow bed , carrying all before it ,
whirling and writhing like a hugh
serpent , taking its way with rapid
leaps , beariuE on its foaming bosom
a mass of rubbish. Great logs and
stumps of trees ; caught from their
resting places on some hillside , were
borne ou till lost to sight Now
and then a flulce box came floating
down until dashed to pieces against
a boulder , telling of disaster to some
poor miner further up the gulch.
On , on swept the rushing waters ,
taking in their rude embrace all
that crossed the path of their fury.
iSudden and swift had been the
coming of the storm , as if delay had
strengthened its power and given
new energy to its fierceness. Then
came the change from warmth to
cold from rain to snow and soon
the rugged hills were piled with
hugh drifts. The whirlinir massea
wore borne on and scattered. The
trees were heavy with"1 their burden ,
and when some blast more rude than
others stirred their branches , the
grateful limbs lifted their heads and
tossed about with joy ut their relief.
The town of Babbit Creek stands
unsheltered on the hillsides , and in
Its unprotcct-d state had been ex
posed to the fury of the storm. The
small rude houses were reeked by
every blast till they trembled on
their slight foundations.
In the principal bar-room of the
town were gathered the greater part
of the male population. It was a
larg * room , with tables scattered
around its sides ; in the center stood
a billiard table , the boast and pride
of its proprietor , and he had often
been heard to say :
"See that billiard table ? It cost
a fortune to set that 'ere piece of
furniture up in my saloon. " And
then as surprise and wonder was
depicted on'the face of his listener ,
the owner of that ' "ere table"
would give the astonishing informa
tion that "she was packed * across
the mountains on a mule. "
In the corner stood the mammoth
stove , and along side of It a'pile
of logs , for ample were the heating
accommodations of "old McKen-
zie's" saloon , and the larger part of
'tha crowd were gathered around its
warm sides taking in its cheering
heat. The smiling host's rubicund
countenance shone like a new brass
tea-kettle , as he rushed around at
tending to the wanta of his patrons.
He finally addressed one of the
crowd near the stove with :
"I say , Jake , it's started in good.
You were in luck ; If you had been
a day later you would have had to
come over on snow-fchoes. "
The answer came in a voice sin
gularly low and sweet , for the per
son spoken to as Jake was a man of
great size ; and as he stood with his
back to the stove , his heavy coat al
most reaching the floor , he looked
like a'giant. Tuere was an inde
scribable air of refinement and grace
about the man , and the face that
hat was one handsoine , and yet sad.
"Yes , Mac ; I was lucky , as you
say ; and if it keeps on In this way
long , we shall be blockaded for a
couple of weeks. "
One or two of the crowd have"
gave their opinion as to the chances
for a hard winter ; but their conver
sation came to an abrupt termina
tion as the door of the saloon opened
with a rush , and in came a liguro
which , at rirst , looked like a mass of
snow , but , by dint of much shaking
and stamping of feet , it finally assumed - "
sumed the shape of a man , who , as
he pulled off his heavy coat , dis
closed to the crowd the well known
features of the only doctor on Rab-
ilt Creek.
A run of salutations greeted him
_ rom all sides , for Dr. Holmes was a
man respected by old and young.
Ho had a pale , refined face , with
: he sharpest of grey eyes looking
ut from "jet-black eyebrows , and
people said , when the doctor got
riled , .those gray eyes snapped and
glared , giving the person who met
his displeasuresome insight into the
character of the , man they had to
deal with.
After the doctor said , "How are
you , boys , " he turned to McKcnzio
and called for a drink , when his eye
caught sight of the tail figure by the
stove , and then came :
"Why , Jake Morse , how are you ? "
The same low , nwett voice an
swered : "First rate , Doc , how are
you ? Come get near the stove , and
put seme warmth Into your bones ,
who is sick in town ? It's a bad
night for even a doctor to be out. "
The doctor made his way to the
stove , and as he did so , said :
"Well , I will tell you something
that will surprise you and everyone
in Rabbit creek. "
The crowds which have been scat
tered in different parts of the large
room , engaged in playing cards or
talking over the last news from
'Frisco , gathered round the doctor ,
or neglected their occupationto heai
what he had to say , for a surprise at
Rabbit creek was. a.novelty. . McKenzie -
Konzio handed the doctor "u s drink
and as he stood with the stoami.ig
gjass in his hand , he said , in a low
yoicet
MNancy Jonps has got a baby ! "
For a moment everything was
quiet as the grave the only sound
was the click , click of the spoon as
the doctor slowjy stirred up the con
tents of the glass. It was only , a
moment , and then up jumped Pat
Mpran , a little red-whiskered Irish
man , vyJQ had a face in which hu
mor and good nature were the
chief characteristics , and noted as
being the noisiest and smallest man
jn the camp. Getting on'one of the
inany tables he , In a loud voice
called for''three ' , cheers for Nancy
Jones' baby.1 '
Then , as if every roan's ' life de
pended on it , they one and all gave
three t.uch rousing cheers as woul (
have frightened a civilized being
out of his wits. Then followed i
scene of confusion. All manner o
questions wore poured out upon the
poor doctor "What is It a boy o
girl ? " and Pat Moran says , "If it i
a boy , docther , darlint , call him af
thor me. " The doctor stated that it
was a girl , and a very fine ono. At
this Information , expressed his dis
gust to the effect that ' 'he had the
divll'a : own luck , " and that "He
should nlver rest quiet in bis grave
till he 'stud' godfather to n baby , for
sure it's next to being the father of
Then followed propositions to
drink the health of mother and
child , which were checned by the
doctor , who , after continued efforts ,
made himself heard. Pit Moran ,
equal to the occasion , took the top
of his favorite table , and yelled i
"Whist ! ye divils ! " an' sure the
Doc wishes co address yees. on the
topic of the day. "
ThenDr. Holmes said :
"Boys. I am sorry to destroy all
your pleasure , but I have seen that
to-night , down at the 'Iwog-house , '
which has made me , doctor as I.a
and used to-sorrow and" suffering ,
shed tears. It's wltn great pain I
ell you that A'ancy Jones and her
baby must both die. "
As the Doctor said this , a low hum
jessed around the room , and one
could eee the gruff and rugged faces
of the men change color and 'grow
pale , while their hands clenched to
gether to prevent the feelings they
wished to conceal. Then Jake Morse
said , in a low voice :
"Poc , what's the matter ! Can't
you save one ot them ; can we do
anything ? I don't think there is a
man in the room but would risk his
ife to do the poor woman and her
child a service. "
And from many a bearded mouth
came words which if not elegant ,
were forcible , of their will to do all
and everything to save the mother
and her child.
The Doctor looked around a mo
ment and then said :
"Boj's , you know as well as T , that
Sancy Jones is what is called a fal-
en woman that she is beyond the
mle of respectability ; but you will
lot contradict me when I say that
f one of you were sick and seeded
omo one to watch by your bed , she
would be the first to offer her ser
vices. You all remember when
Bill Guilds' lay dying at Sawpit
"lat , bow she nursed him for weeks ,
and when death at last came , she
closed his eyes and wrote to his
friends , telling them of poor Rill's
ate. "
"You bet she did ! " came from
many a mouth. Morse stood by
he bar. Not a feature moved.
Ii3 hand trembled where it rested ,
> ut his voice came low and calm as
le said :
"Doc , can we do anything to as-
istyou ? "
"I will tell you boys , " said the
lector , "the poor woman is worn
out with suffering , and her child
ies dying by her side , and the
mother is unable to nourish it. If
here is one of you who dare for
heir sakes to go to Port Wine and
? etsorao milk , we may PUVC the
Ife of Nancy Jones' baby. "
Morse said at once :
"I will go , Doc ; and if I fail and
fancy lives , tell her that Jake
Morse risked his life to save her
hild. "
Turning to one of the men , ho
said :
" Charlie , will you lend me your
nowshoes ? "
In a moment all was confusion ;
ho men 'rushed about as if they
elf in putting up a flask of hid fa-
orlte brandy , for use should Morse
oqulro It.
Co be Continued. )
THE STEEET GKAUE MUDDLE.
'onsMerablefuss in our Berg is now made
Though prupheli foretold " hills leveled should
be ,
And valleys filled up , " still our people don't
see.
Some claim the eld charter had a big flaw ,
Eo the case li reicrred to the limbs of the Jaw ,
And the money wil go , as all can foresee ,
To those wLo'll expound " tweedle dum twee-
die doe. "
bus mistakes will ari ° e as everyone tnows ,
From not using ones eyes , through the world
as one goes.
The moral we here would reek to enforce
In. If you wish a new hit , go to Bunco's , of
coureg ,
lie always is ready , the pab'tedoth know ,
To show all the styles which in York are the
EO- "
LS to prices , a proverb you'll find ,
" Buy at Bunco's , then you'll have peace of
mind. "
All the leading styles in eilk and stiff hats ,
Ilk hats from S5.SO utinanli , caps of all styles ,
! eve and co'lars ' at BUNCfc'b ,
ept21dtf ' 255 Douglas St.
H. OUEBK. c. J. KAKBA H
-.GliEKE & KARBACU ,
5th st. between Farchaiu an irney '
OMAHA , - - NEB.
MANUFACTURES OF
Spring and Farm Wagons ,
BUGGIES AND C\lUtHGKS. !
Dealers in and manufacturers of
AGUICDLTURAL DIl'LEJIENTS !
jtTVENTION PAID TO
PARTICULAR NUOKINO.
< K9 RepaIrln ( ; of wngon and black mlthlcg
tromoUv done at reasonable nrices mrdwg
13th St. , bet , Farnham and Harncy.
All kinds of TJILOEING , CLEANING and
REPAIRING done t reasonable rates
unrtf.ti
} JOBGS H. GKEEN ,
STATE MILLS
DEALER IN
GRAIN , FLOUR AND FEED ,
AHD
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
G. "W. . HOMAN , Sr. ,
Offers for the necessities of the public , a
First-Class Hearse anil Carriages , *
AH orders promptly ai tended tp by tearing
them at Cor. I3th and ifaruer BU. ariitf
F. A. PETEKS.
* AND CARRIAGE TRIMMER ,
Vo. 27-1 ( Taruham at. bet , 13th A Iflth
A LL orders and repairing promptly atten led
Jto rA satisfaction guarraauod
T h paid for bidM.
Established 1858.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
533 & 540 Fourteenth Street ,
( Office up stain. ) Omaha , Nebraska. Carriages
and Buggies on hand or tcade to order.
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
tog. _ pr2S-tl
TOTIIfc
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
OHABQE POB , ADVIOB A5D CQ5-
BULTATIOH.
JQB J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
phia , * author of several valuable
works , isn be consulted on all dls.
1 eases of the Sexuul and Grinary or
gans , ( which he has made an es
pecial study , ) either in male or fe
male , no matter from what cause
arjgiqating' , or how long standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases \vith success. Curea
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
"Thoso at a distance can forward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
j-Send for the Guide to Health.
Price IOc.
J. B. DT01II , M.D.
Physicion * and Surgeon , 104 'Duaiit
f , y.
Monev. and Commerce.
, JaUv Beview.
OFFICK OMAHA DAILY I > KE , )
September 29 , 1874. J
lively. Rates of discount unaltered.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Greats ( selling ) § 825.00
Land Warrants , (160 ( acres
Land Warrants (160 ( acres
selling ) 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acres buying ) 176.00
Do. Selling. 185.00
Exchange on New York , 1-5 of one
per ct.
In our commercial market busi
ness is very active and market firm.
We note no changes in quotations
except in the line of plug tobacco ,
OMAHA MAEKETa
Carefully Corrected Dallr
DRY GOODS.
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , ( Jor. 141 h and
Dougla Streets.
PRINTS.
Aliens . . . . . . . .
American. . . . . .
.AraoskeaK . . . . . . .
Bristol. . . ! . .
Narners
Hamilton
"
Pcabody
Richmond .  . - . 9 %
Simpson's. . * * . * . . . . . * . * . . . . . . * . . * . * . . . . . . . . * 9
BLEACHED SHIKTINGg.
Senate 4-1 . _ . 12 *
Boot G. . . . . _ .  . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ . 9
Cabot 4-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . .  _ . 12
Lonsdajd . . . . .H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. . . . . . . . . . . . . H
N. V. Mills . . _ VJ %
Peterboro , . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Suffolk L _ . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . _ . . _ 8
BLEACHEC SHEETINGS.
Peppercll 8-1 .  . . . . . . . . .  . . . . .  . _ _ 31
do 9-4  _ . . . . . . ( MV <
do 10 _ . . . . - SS > i
Farmers and Mechanics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 %
Great Western. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
BROWN SHEETINGS.
Albion , A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _  fK
Bedford , B . . . . . . "fy
Grantville , EL" . - - . 10
Gcrmanla , B B . M..M . . . . . . . fi
GINGHAMS.
American. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bates .
Lincast6r..M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TICEINGS.
AmosVeag , a c aM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Blddeford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DENIMS.
Bearer Creek , B B .
Hay maVprs.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Otis , B B. . _ . . _ .  _
Otis , C C. . . . .  . _
JEANS.
Blddeford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _
Iloiuiier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preferred . .  . . .
YANKEE NOTIONS.
KURTZ MOIER < s co. , iTl Faniham
Street.
Sl'UUL UUl-iV.-i.
Clark's O. N. T. _ 7n
foal's  _  70
Merrick's. . . . . . . . / . . . . . . . . . . . . 42S
HOSIERY.
Domestic. . . . . H . .S .V" ( 2 00
British 3 OC G 00
Merino S " 2&i2 50
Wool _ 3 7514 00
Chillrens fanev hov  75a3 00
PAPER COLLARS.
Dickens * best. . . . . . _ . . . . .   . S 90
King William.   . l a5
White Wing. . . . - . . 1 80
Comet - -  . . . 2 50
SHAWLS.
Ottoman strips S2 25(36 ( 50
SHIRTS.
White common  . . . . . . . . . . . . 810 50
1 medium . . )5 0' ' >
' custom made. . . . . . . . 30 00
Jean _ - _ 12 00
Satinet  . . 15 00
Casslmcre _ . 18a3G 01
! Iue Flannel. . . . . . . 18a24 OD
OVERALLS.
Brown drill  . .  \$6 50a7 25
' dnck   . . .    . 7 73a9 00
Blue drill 7 O0a7 50
' duck .  . . .  . . . _ . . . .  . . . .  . . . .    . _ 8 00a9 50
White _ . . a 00a3 50
CORSETS.
rrench whalebone _ \$5 23a8 00
lip Gove _  . . . . G 00
) ove. . . . . . . . . . M. . . . . . . . .H. . . . . 9 00
I. S. Euibel  _ _ 18 OU
SKIRTS.
Bal Skirts _ ' 12 08
"ell- . . . _ _ 15 00
YARNS.
ialmoraUYarn , all colors , per to. \$1 CO
lermantown Wool , " SI 70S2 ( 05
iaxonv Yarns , per box . Si 15
"illxed Yarns . . .s. . .  90al 00
White- . . .  1 00
GENERAL COMMISSION.
J. U. KOSENFELD glVCS US U16
following quotations tkls day :
Potatoes , 00@S1 00 per bushel ;
Butter , prime 25@30c ; Butter , good
20@25c ; Butter , cooking 1015c ;
Eggs , 14al5c per doz ; Live chickens
2 50@2 75 ; Lemons , 14 00 per box.
OYSTERS
W. B. & Co. Select , 65 cts per
can ; Standard 55 cts per can ; Medi
um 45 ots ppr can.
HAEDWAKJL.
JOHN T. EDOAE.
IRON.
L/ommon barH. . . . . . . .H..HM . . . . . . .HH 4
Horse shoe b i . . . . . .H. . . . . . H . . . . . . . .H 6J
Norway nail rod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11V4
STEEL.
Cast plow _ . . . . _ _ . . . _ . . . . . . . 12
American casn , octagon and square. . 18 ® 22
Jess p's English do do . - 23@ 40
Burden's horse shoes , per keg. . . . . . . . . . . 72 !
do mule do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 25
Northwestern horse nails . . . . . . 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins , discount 45 per cent.
Stor hall patent axles , discount 10 per cent.
NAILS.
lOd to 60J per keg . _ . .  . .
8d do
Pd do
4d do
Sd do
3d fine do
lOd nnls'ng do
8d do do
6d do do
lOd casing do
gd do do
6d do do . . . . . .
Wrought , all sizesBOLTS.
BOLTS.
Carriage and tlre. . . . . _ . . .dueonnt 70 pr e
BUTTS.
Narrow wrought , fast jolntdlseonnt M pr e
Cast , loose pin reversible do 35 do
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay and manure fork-.dlscount SO pr c
Hoes and gaiden rakes. . . _ _ do Z5 do
HINGES.
Strap and Tn..H. H . . . .dlsconnt 25 pr c
WRENCHES.
Tail's black .  _ discount IS pr e
Coe's hnmitation _ _ _ . do 45 do
Coe's cenulne. . . _ . _ . _   _ _ do 20 do
SCREWS.
Amencan Iron. . . . _ _ . . . . . _ - _ _ .  45prc
do bra s _ . _ _ . . _ _ 40 prc
AGRICULTURAIi DC'LEilENTS.
SCTTHB * .
H Holt's Ha. > est Kinj.per do . ' , not 12 00
Champion . .H. .H..HH.H.H. .H.M. 9 00
Hcald5 * Eureka , 11 00
do red _ . _ _ _ . . .   8 00
EowItnd'sNoJ black shnTels , D H 12 00
do do po'lihed do do  13 00
do do black spades do . _ 12 00
Moore * do pullshod do do  13 00
do's "iprinspulni" LII shovels IS 50
AXES.
TJppencott s Western Orwn _ 1 s 00
do do do b Tef&i 13 CO
COFFEE MILLS.
Inrke'a N o 3. Iron tor net 8 25
do do 103 do . _ . _ _ _ . . _ 5 71
do do23 Union Irh 11 00
eo do 55 do Britanla _ _ IS 00
FILES.
Hargrave , Smith 4 Co. , discount SO pr c
American FU Co , , - d W dc
Havdole's , A E N. . 1 , 1 % , 2 _
Hammond's A E No 2 S9 00
do do do 4 . , 1080
do tnzint r' No I 10 00
do do do 2 18 50
do do do 3-i.il. . . . . . . . . . . 14 00
1IATCHETS.
Jlorrls' shinglingno l. . . . . . . . . . . . . . C7 00
do do do 2 8 00
do do do 3. . . . . . 9 COde
do tLw do 1 . 7 50
dc o do 2.- S 60
LEATHER.
Best Buffalo Sole , . . . - . . . . , . . . . . - . . . . . 1 jggjsf
Matomoras do . . . . . . _ i o. 2 , 32c ; No. 1.33c
Beat Oak do . _ .43@45c
Baltimore Oak Sole. . . . . . 4Sc
irench. Kits . . . _ _ . SI 40@2 00
do Calf , leading brands . . . . 2 0&2 50
Domestic ' " 'p- in SI OOfcjl SO
do Calf . . . . . . . .M _ _ . . . . _ )1 35ftjl 75
Hemlock Upper , per foot
[ ) ak do do
Jraln do do
Liuings. per dozen , _ . _ , > 7 U0@10 00
Toppings , do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sll 00 ( U 00
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , 33@43e
do ( Oil Dressed ) do 3l > 40c
do ( dimoii ) _ S3 00&.J 25
do ( Glove Kid. ) S3 flfti5 00
Welt Leaiher , per side , i6 OOa" 00
Boot Webblug , per bolt , . _ 4 @ 70c
Oak Uarusss Ltaiher , " Pittaburg , " _ .45c
do do do No. 1 , 40Q42e
do do do No. 2 , . . SS&lOc
Oak Line do .44@4Gc
Usmlock Harness Leather , No. 1 , 39 < i\$40c
do do do No. 2 , 376 c
Hemlock Line do . . . . 4I4Co
rair Bridle , p r side , . SG 00@7 00
Team Collars , per do * . ! 25 5025 50
Stage do do .S l 50
Scotch do do S3G 00
1 oncord do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  _ . . . .S3S 00
Collar Leathei ( black ) per foot , 18@24c
do do ( Hussct ) do 13@J4e
Patent Dash Leather. . . . . . _ . .  . . . . _ lee
EOAP3
Powell & Co. , coap monufacturera.
Sapo Publico , 6 l-2@6 3-4 ; Savon
Repubhc , do , , Chemical Olhe , 6 to
61-2 ; Palm , 5@511 ; German Mot-
led , G l-4a6 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
STOCK.
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up-
lolaterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Farnbam Street , furniahe ? the
'oliowing quotations :
FRAME MOULDINGS.
Oil walnut mournings , one inch ,
? er foot , 5c ; 2 inch iOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
i5c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
6@15c ; 2 inch 12@30c ; 3 inch 18@
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 610c ; 2 inch 1020c ; 3 inch
15@30c.
Plain bands. G i'eet. all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00@
4. 00 ; each additional foot , 75o per
pair.
REPPS.
Union jnd all wool terry , per yard
1 50@3 ) Q ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 50a8 00.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
2 00a3 CO.
UATTRASSES.
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
8 00a4 00 ; Excelsior. 3 50a4 50.
LUMBER.
RETAK. LIST
Subject to chanso of market witnout
WM. M. FOSTER ,
On U.P. R. R. iracxbct. 1 irnham ai.
QEO A. HOAQLANL.
'clots , studding and sills , 20 ft , and un
der . . . _ _ . { S2 00
encing No 1 . . . .M. . . . . . . . . * . . , . 00
do No 2 _ _ 21 00
st common boards _ . . . . _ . . . . _ . . . 25 00
2nd do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 00
A" stock boards , 10 and 12 inch. . . . . . 50 00
B" do do do do . . . . . . . . 'W 00
C" do do do do 0 00
st clear , J , ! } , 1 and 2 inch _ _ 65 00
2d do do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 00
kl do do 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
lot clear ceiling % inch. 35 00
2.1 . do do Y inch 32 50
st do do ? & Inch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 00
2d do do % inch . . . 27 60
st clear siding 27 00
Id do do -  _ 26 00
st common siding. . . . . 24 00
lit do do _  . 20 00
A" shingles- 4 25
Sxtra No 1 shinies _ . . 3 W )
> > mmon No 1 shingles 2 00
Lath per 1000 . 3 So
0 A U plcketsetr 100  . 3 5o
Square do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0 G Batten per lineal fr , _ _ \y3 \
Sough do do do . . . . . . . . _
WINDOWS. ( Glazed. )
35 per cent OH Chlcsgo list.
DOOUS , ( Wedged. )
25 pet cent off Cl icago 1'st. '
BLINDS.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbl _ 51 75 ,
LonlsMlle cement per bbl. . . . . . . . 3 00 (
Plaster paris pcrbbU 3 50i
Plastering hair per bushel
Tarred fclt , _
Plastering boaru
OILS. PAINTS , GLASS , &c.
3ST. I. D.SOLO3IOJ , .
BOBEKT 0. STEELL.
Coal Oil . \$ 18 I Lara oil , No IS 96 1 00
Linseed Oil , raw. 10o " " " 2 . "n
n it bl'd. _ 1 10 " winter !
_ . " ' 90
Turpentine B5 "straln'd/
W.Va.
PAINTS ) , AC
While Lead , St. Louts , Srtictly Pure 8 11
" " " " Fancy Braudj. . . . . . Sy.
Putty in Bladders . .  . 5U
" " Bulk _  . . _ 42
Ennmeld Glass , colors , ) sq. ft. _ 1 00
Window Glasn t > 0 H c discount
TIN , SHEET-IKON. WIRE , &C.
MILTON HOGERS , COR. Mill &
FARNHAM.
PLATE.
10x141C , lair qualitr. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 50
10x11 Ic , l > est quality 13 00
10x14 IX do do . . .nM. . . _ . . . . . . _ _ _ . 1G 00
12x121C do do . . . . . _ .   . . . . 13 50
12x12 IX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ .   16 50
1U20 1C do do . _ . . . . . . . . . , . . . 15 00
14x20IX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . .  _ 17 00
14x20 IXX do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 00
14x20 IXXX do , 23 00
1.0 pUte DC ( best quality ) . . . . . 23 00
100 plate DX , do do . 1350
100 plate DXX do do . . . . . . . . . . 16 50
100 plate DXXX do uo . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 60
Roofing 1C charcoal do do . . . 14 50
Rooting IX do do do . . 15 50
10x14 lu coke do do . . . . . . . . . . . 12 00
20x231C charcoal roofing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 00
20x28 1C charcoal roodng. . . . , . _ . . . . . 32 00
e4x4 IX charcoal . . . . . . . . . _ . . _ . . . .  . . . . . . . . . 27 50
10x20 coke ( for milters ) . . . . . . . _ . 20 50
BLOCKTIN.
Largo pigs. . .  . _ . .  _ S5
Small p1 in.-linnrim iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiini.i. . . 36
Bar tin I..L..H .tm.L-i  S8
ZINC.
Sheet tin 25 to 36 In. . . _ . . . . . . .
do do do IE half casks . . . . . . lilt
do do do in 250 Eb cants. . . . . . . 12
Sheet 24 toS5Inches per heet. . . . _ . _ 12 %
Tinners soldet ( extra refined. . . . . . . . . _ _ _ 25
do do No. l , - , - . .  23
do do rnnfing - - , , - - , , , , - 21
SHEET IBON
First qualit Numbers 18 to 14. . . . . . . . _ 5Ji
do do do 25 _  COO
do do do 26. . .
do do do 27 .
Charcoal , both sides smothe
do No 24 . . . . . . .
do do .G. . . . . .
do do 27  . . . . _
JunlataNo. 24 .
dele 26
do do 27
Ruuia r-erfe 17 to 12
do No. l.sUined
Less tna > t lull bundles , add one cent.
"A"American Immital'n Russia , U Nos. 18
Less ihan full tundlas. add one tent.
QALVANIZEU.
No. 14 to2U . . . . _ _ < \tt 15
do 2' to24 , , , , , , , , . . . _ . . . . . . _ ao 16
do 25 to 25 . . . . _ _ . . . _ _ dc I'
do 27 , , . , , , , , , , nj , . . . . _ . . _ . _ _ do 18
do 2 ? _ _ _ . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . do SO
Full bundles discount ISpercenu
COPPEIt.
Braziers 6 to 9 _ _ _ , , , , tall , , , , , , , , , , , , T , , , 45
do lOto 12 B > - , , , - , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 42
do 12 } < to 1UO 2) , _ . _ . . _ _ . 3S
athlnt' , H aud 15 oi  _ . .  _ .  .  _ 87
Planished , 14 and IS ox  . _ _ _ 45
Nos. 7 , 8 and 9 , Planished _ _ _ 43
Bolt copper
Copper ootionu
BKIQ1IT WIRE.
9 10 II UK
GROCERIES.
BTEELE < 6 JOHNSON 538540 14TH BT.
CLAEK J : FRENCH COB. FABNHAM AND
llTH ST.
PUNDT , METEK < t BAAPKE , 212 FABN-
HVM ST. . WHOLESALE DEALERS-
MORGAN < t OALLAQHER , 205Jarn- ?
ham St.
WHITNEY , BAUSERMAX & Co. , 247
Douglas St *
J. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas Streets.
bUGARS.
( Irannlated pr Ib. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Powdered do . . . . \ /4
Crushed do . .  . . . . . . . _ _ . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . 1 %
Refd cut loaf do . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 > j
Standard A do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Circle A do
xtiaC uo . . .
YtllowC do
N O choice do . . _ 10 , *
COFFEES.
Rio choice pr B . Q- *
do prluio do . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2vt-3 <
do ( good do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . .HW. . . . . . . iiii 3
O d Java. . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . * 31a34
SYRUPd.
Common pr gallon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So.i45
Goud do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6GfcG5
Choice do . .  _ . . . . . . . . 70aSO
do N 0 mohisses. . . . . . . . . . . . . .  80
Rangoon choice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dS %
Carolina  . _ . . . . . . _ 10
CAilDLES.
M Wcsi & Co. . . . _ , . . . . . _ _ _ . , . . . . ,
fechofer. * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 19
fcOAP.
"
Mis ourl Vrlley . . . . .7t _ . _ _ 5 }
Kirk's Savon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ Gfc.
M. Wesk A Co  7a7J <
Schofer's German. . . . . . . C
Kirk's standard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4J
PI.UO TOBACCO.
Black goods , Western 43
; do do Virginia 53aCO
do do Lorrilard's 55aGO
Bright do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . < ) a65
do do Virginia  . . . . 58i 3
Natural leaf _ 75a9o
DRIED FRUITS.
Southern Apples , per brrrel , . . . . . . . . . . SalO
Michigan * * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 12
New curt ants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8ay
do prunes _  . 14all > i
do German cherries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
do bl ckberries A . _ 14
do raspberries. . . . . . . 35
do ruislos , per box. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . 3 COde
do seedltss raisius. per round. . . . . . . . . 12 %
HALT.
New in barrels _ _ .S2 T0u2 85
d i dairT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 50a5 75
CANNED GOODS.
2poundcanMyer'soys'ers , iwrcase. . . ? ! 23al 50
1 do do do do do . . . 2 COx ! 75
2 dc do William's do do .  4 OOal 75
2 do do peaches per case . . . . 5 50
3 do do do do 7 75a8 00
2 do do tomatoes do . . . . . . . . . 3 25a3 60
S do do do do . . . . . . . . . . 5 00
Corn , Tropny per case . . 5 ( > ode
do Wlnslow do . . . 5 50
do Yarmouth do . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 50
Strawberries , do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C0a4 75
Raspberries , do . . . . .  .  5 25ao 50
Pineapples , do . . . . . . 5 00
TEAS.
Colon s , per pound _ _ 25a"5
Young Hyson , per pound   . 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . COal 25
FLOUIU
Bnow Flake , ( Wells A NIeman )  4 K
Gold Dust . .  . . . . . . . . . . _ 2 76
XXXX Iowa City  . 3 CO
California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 75a5 CO
BAGS.
Gcumies , heavy weight . . _ 1SS19
vo light do . .  . .  . .  nfflS
lips , four bushel. . . . . . . . . . _ 1S-19
fldee gunnies. . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . _ IS
_ iln boxs , Amoikcg A 
iO do Ludlow a a. . . . . . . . . . . .
SPICES.
'
Nutmegs , Penang Lestper pound. . . . . . UO
Cljvei do do . . . . . . 60
Alspico do do . . . . . . 18a 0
Cinamonbark do do S5aW
COLUMBIA HIVEP. SALMON.
J bbls. , 100 Bs .S 8 75
1 Ib cans , per doz . _  . 2 50@ 2 75
2 do do _ . 3 90@ 4 00
WHITE FISH.
No. 1 kits _ _  a 1 25
Family in kits _ 0@ 1 20
J bbls 5ta ( 7 00
lamiiyin bbls 5 50 ® G 10
MACKEREL.
Family , in kits  1 10 (
No. 1 , do . . 1 GOi
Mess. do 3
Family , } \$ bbls. . . . . . . 6
No.l , d .  9.
Sardines , } boxes , 1G 50@17 UO
CIGABS.
A. E. SIMPSON , Manufacturer , 532
loth Street.
H. Uprnan  .jp M. S 5 00
Iteconstruction   , ] 0 3.oo
Grand entral  do 35 00
Universal. . . . .  . . do  JO 09
Yara do 4300
La Boquet _  . . . . do 50 00
Simon Pure Uo 50 CO
Pariigas   do 7510
Your * Truly    . . . . _ do C5 00
Gold Medal _ do 50 W
La Espanola   do CO 00
Triple Crown do 75 00
Henry Clay. . . . .  . .  do 100 00
De Vlllfr . . . do JOO 00
Y Vlller  do 100 00
1876 .  do 75 10
CALIIOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 648 14'h ' Street.
Half barrel sacks . . _  . .  . 2 DC
Chicago , Rock Island
and Pacific E. II.
THE GP.AND CENTRAL EOUTE FE01I
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST % -
Via Des Molnes , riavenport and Eocfc Iu.ind.
o -
All Passenger Trains are eqajpped with the
.V'E'TINOHOUSK . PATEN AlK ISRiKT- , and
illller's Patent Safety Pisiform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
cnnectlng as follows :
AT DE8 SIOINE3 with the Des Molnes Valley
Railroad , lor Oskaloosa , Ottumwa. Keokuk
and St. Lonia.
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 JUNCflON wtlhthe
South-Western "ranch , for Muscatinc ,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport & St.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad for Frecport , Bent , Kocine. Mil
waukee and all points In northern Illinois
and Wisconsin.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the PoorU 4 Rock
Island Kailtoad for Peoria and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , for lien-
ry , Lacere , Chilllcothe and Peoria.
AT LA 6ALLE with the Illinois Central Rail
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAQO withall lines East , North and
South.
THROUGH TICKE1S to nil Eastern cities ,
tlathlx line , can be procured , and any inlor-
matlon obtained , concerning points , at the
ticket office of the compjnv , 12 Farnham St. ,
Omaha , and also at the principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. B.
Baffgace Checked Tbrongh to all
Principal Kaateru Points.
A. M. SMITH , H. RIDDLE.
Gen'l Pass'r Ag't , Gen'l Sup't
C8 ° ' '
J. H. UlCEY , 8. 8. BTEVENsT80'
Ticket Azent. Gen'l Weals Ag't
a2SU Omaoa Omaha.
Sioux City & Pacific R , R ,
The Shortest nnd oiily Direct
Ronte from
COUNCIL BLUFES
St. Paul. Minneapolis ,
And all Points In
NORTHERN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PDLL1IAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains 7la thb > route.
CONNECTIONS.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Un Pacific
2. At ( oun Bluff , with Kansas Cltr , St.
Joe and Council Muffs Ballroad for St. Lenis
and all points south
3. At ill-Murl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern rallwaj foi Chicago and al
points east.
i. At Sioux City with Sioux City and S
Paul , Illinois Central and DatoU Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri Elver
during navigation and with stages for al
points In the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
6. At Fremont , Nebraska , flh the Unlnn
Pacific railroad tor < U1 polntr 7est and the
Pacific coast.
7. At Wisnor with stages for Norfolk and al !
aTirkcts for sale In Chicago ard North
western Railway office * .
Hallway.
L. BUP.NETT , Sup't.
V. C. HIX1S , Gen. Ticket AR't.
SO. W. GBATTAN ,
Omtis ,
CHICAGO &NORTHWESfN
The Populir Eoute from
o I L .S :
-TO- . .
* "
\$
Chicago and the East !
AND THE
DDiroot
T.-AVoterloo.Kort
Cro se , 1'rairle Dn Clilen.Vluoitn ,
St I'aul.Uullllh , Jnnrwllle , K.no-
Hhn , Urrcit I n , Kuciup. M vci ' *
I'olnt. nVrrto i > , O likssh , Foil
BuLac. MndUou nu l 3111 waulieo.
It Being the Shorter taiid Fbst Comcletcd Line
Between
OMAHAand CHIC AGO ,
Constant Improvfments have taken place in
the w.iv of rethicine firado , and placing Iron
with Steel Ualls , adding to its rolling stock
new ami Elegant
DAT nnd SIiKEPIKO CARS
Equipped with the " \S\-st I ughou e Air Brake"
and " .Miller Platform. " establishing comtorta-
bie and conimrdicus Kiting Ifouses.oaerlnsall
the comf - > rt& ol trarelin-r the nee can produce.
From * to lOFast Express Trains ruu each
way dally over the various lines of this toad ,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections In any di
rection hn niav wish to so.
Principal Connections.
AT MISSOUr.I VALLEY" JUNCTION , for
Sioux C ty , Yankton and points reached via
AT GRAN I ) JUNCTION' for Fort Podge ,
DesMniue.Ottaaand Keokuk.
AT MARSIlAL.Lf.ir St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern points.
AT tEDAR RAPID- for Waterloo. Cedar
Falls , < hirlM Citv , Burlington and St Louis.
ATCLIN1ON forDubuqne , Uun'elth , Prai
rie du Chien , La Crosse. aud all points on the
Chicago , Cllrton and Duliuque , nd Chicago ,
AT FULTON foi Frerport. Racine Mlllwau-
kee , nn'l nil points in Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO n ith sll railway lines leading
out of Chios ; ' ) .
Throurf. tickets to ill eastern cities via this
line can IMS procured , and any informatl n ob
tained , ciinceruin ; Routes , Rate * , etc , at the
Comi ante's Office. 21 Farnhaui Street , hnaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of l ho U. P. R R.
CS-Bagjrage checked through to all principal
Eastern points
W. H. STKNNETT , MARVTN nCGHITr ,
Oen'l Passlngo'r Ag t. Gen. Sup't.
J.H LXCCY. G G.EDDY ,
Ticket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag't Omaha.
mchlSvl
Omaha & St , Louis Short
Line
IS 7-3 = !
The Kansas City , St. Joe and
Council Bluffs R. B
la the only dire line to *
JS ITTI  3j O TT Z S3
AND THE EAST , FP.OI4
OMAHA A1STD THE 'WE
KO CHANGE .1 ears between OMEiaaadEt-
LouU ana b is or e between OMAHA
aim JMC.W YOUK.
Thisth Only Ine running a
MAS SL.KEPIHO OAIl EAST
PllUM O AIIA , OK ARRIVAL
OF THE UA'IOH PACIFIC
e "Passencrs tatlng otlxer routes CAVO a
Ulsasrccablu transfer at th Hirer Station.
TRAINS
P.EACHING ALL
A3TEEf AKD "WESTEHF CITIES
"With Less Changes and in advance of other
lints.
This En tire Line ia equipped witli
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cais ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cars ,
Tiller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Weatinqhouso
Air Brake.
Kjnisim C'lty , S . Jospph & . C'onneil
UIuHi ll.ilrod ,
Via Omaka and St. Louis.
llticta forsalo at cor. Tenth and Tarnharn
streets , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
JOiTEHON , GEO. L. BRADBURY ,
Taas. Agt. Ucu' Agent.
. T. EARKAKD , * A. C.PAWES ,
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l i'd s. Agt. ,
ht. Jospch. St. Joaeuh.
S.Q'O'TS
IE3 JL S T.
3 TRAINS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. I-OU1S WITH
Pullman Palace . Cars
THROUGH WITHOUT OHAKQE
TO
Indianapolis ,
Cincinnati ,
CMcago ,
Columbiis ,
Pittsbnrg ,
Baltimore
WasMngton ,
NSW YORK
of Trains from the West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Clevelandi Buffalo & Boston
Arerorsalemmo
- _ . Com-any'H Office ,
N. K. corfc r Fourth & , Clientnnt U. ,
HI. LonU , nnd al the Principal Kat'-
vrny Office * lu the West.
CHAS. BABCOCK , C. E. KUSSELL ,
S'thern Pass. Ae't ' '
, West'n Pass. Ag't.
DALLAS. TEXAS. KASSAS UTT ,
JOHN E. SIMPSON CIIAS. E. FOLLETT ,
Oen i Supt. , Gtn'l Pass. Ag't.
23tf INDIANAPOLIS ST. LOOTS.
. ' 2
Proprietor of t&
BISJHG SUN
LOS ANGELES
YESTIYEDS.
Depot for the sale of his
NATIVE WINES
AND
M. SEIi E & Co. ,
Cornsr of Bavtery and Washington SU.
SAN F A CISCO
EUJ7U
Frazier's Root Bitters ,
the Great Blood and
Humor Remedy.
[ From the Cleveland Sunday Honing Toict ]
That Fnuier't Root Bitters possess an efficacy
greatly superior to any other preparation lor
cearchmg the blood with which we are a-quain-
ted , e ran testify from actual observation. We
know many instances where Individual * far
yews a 3lcted , have been permanently restored
to health by iheir use. Jlr. Frailer , the pro
prietor , is a resident of this city , and is wUely
known is one of oar most prominent business
men. His references to the great Talue of his
Root Bitter * , are alto persons well-known rs
citizens of standing and integrity , In whose
statements implicit confidence way bo placed.
and their testimony may bo taken is conclu
sive evidence of the estimation in which M' .
Frazier's remedy U held , particularly at home.
Here it has air ady attilned that positian that
requires no recommendation , haviug stood the
test of trial here. We can say with oaf t v , and
do recommend with entire con&drn e , its usa
eljewh-re , by all who may be afflict. d with
any kind of weakness or humor in the blued ,
as the most searching , strengthening nn.t heal-
ins rcra ° dy of which we have any knowltdge.
Sold by druzsistsand at country store * .
UEOUGE W. FKAZ1EK , Proprietor.
501 StClairSl , Cleveland , Chio.
Over 1,000 Testimonial * .
A few of the many parties cured by the great
remedy. Itead und be < on > lnced.
SUrFKREDOVERTUIETEEN YEAH3 WITH ttVKB I
COMrLAI > T AND OYSrKPSH , CURED BV
THREE BOTTLES OF ROOT B1TTKR3.
MR FIUZIXK Diarfcir : I deem It an act of
gratitude to you , and a duty toward those who
are Buttering from liver comp alot and dyspep
sia , to matethe following statement :
I have been an invalid for over thirteen
years. My complaint was a disease of the liver
and dyspepsia. My skin was yellow , the white
of my eyes w s the rolor of saflron 1 was sleepy
and heavy , with headache 3Ld no appetite for
iood of any kind , I was afflicted as bad as any
living woman could be. I took bottle alter
bottle of patent medicines , end paid over seven
hundred dollari to thebtst physicians without
any bc&cBt. I buQered more than I can tell you
by letter , * ut could get no rellel until about
two months ago 1 purchased * bottle of your
Ro it Bitters from Loals Smlthnlght , druggist ,
133 Woodland AT. , this city. I used this to'-
tlaup , and tluce then htvenied nearly two
more , and they are the only positive , sura core
for liver and dyspepsia complaint I have ever
tiled ; they have cured me completely , and to
day lam as heiltby a * any person can be.
You may use my name , if you tee propper. a
it may be the means ot inducing otters to try
yourdiseovcryand be cured , for good health is
better than gold. Ever vour Iriend , MRS.
ELLEN CRAWSHAW , No. 20 Orange 3t ,
Cleveland Ohio.
HAS DOSE MC'"MORK GOOD THAN AH. THE
UIIIIICINE I 1IJLVE TAKK.X FOR TKN TEABB.
Mrs. Dankl.'mith.of Concord , N U.aCictrd
with weaknrs * , pa n In tha lungs , sbouldm ,
heavy puijoter the ey ? , lestlvsj at eight , and
tired , fjlnty ftel'ng ' * rll the time , writes .
MR FB ZIE Ut-arsir : I reciived the Bottle
of Bluets > ousentmebr express , and I have
taken the ft hole ot It , aud it has done me more
good than all the medicines I have ever taken ,
und I hivetakcn moieor Iras for ten years. I
thought I could get i hem from our druggists ,
bu' they do not yet have them. I could have
sold 23 tottl s , if l could have got them. I
think you might have a goo 1 sale inr your bit
ters hure. I want you to send me G bottles for
5 dollaas , the price you advertise. Send quick
as you can , by * xprei > , C. O. D. It Is the best
medicine I evtr xaw. From your most grate
ful friend. MRS. DANIEL SMITH , Concord ,
N.U. P.O.EoxtSS.
SIR. FRAZIER Dear Sir : I am lating your
Jleot Bitters , they ha > e done me a great deal of
Stood. They have cured mv cough , and I f el
another person. Your * truly , BAKNEY CAJN ,
Nicgara , Ontario.
A Bail rn e of Totter Cured.
COtJLDOET NOTHING TO R7AC1I MY CASE USTIL
I USED VOCR ROOT BITTCIU.
MR FRAZIKK Respected Sir : The Erst im
pulse of a man who has been restored from
sickness to Perfect llcalth , U cratituda 10 the
band that ho i led him. I was ad cte-1 over two
ye r with Tetter on my hfkd and face. I had
[ at n bottle after bottle of Fenton's Sarsapa-
r.lla and other bl od remedies , but could vet
nothing to reach my case , uu II about two
month * ago , I commenced taking Hoot Bitter : ! ,
which bfcs cured me , and I think it nothing
more thau justiteto yourdlscovery to acknowl
edge the same. My wife has uicd your Bitters
for Rheumstish , lor which the has bce-i Doc
toring fora long time , and could find no relief ,
until shecommtnccd taking them. They have
eflec'ed a couiplfte cure In her case. 1 hive
been in the employ of the Cleveland Post Office
Department as letter carrier for eleven years
I C4n fro ly and houutly recommend your Itnot
lllttcra to every person , lufltrin , ; * lth Salt
Rheum , ( Totter ) Chronic Rheuuictlsm , Scruf-
uliorany kiudutllisnior in the Blood , ca one
eflhc Jfonett Caret.
G. W. UPTON.
Olbvolacd Ohio.
If your Drus1 ; * ' or storekeeper don't have
His Bitttrs , asi. him to order them lor you.
CUKED.
JIs. Fiuzitn 1 wish to inform you , what
yourmodri'lDelmdon" forme. Iwasndlicted
ith ( atarrh in its worst forms for many years.
I tried various hiedldnes recommended by
Physicians , which proved but a tempoary re
lief. By t'ie advice of a Udy who was cured
of this same disease by your Root Bitter ? , I
procured one half .dozen bottles and they have
accomplished a perfect cure in my case. Be
lieving that thousands are dragged out of a
miserable existence from the eQectof Catarrh.
I cheerfully recommend your Itoot Blt.crs to
til whoare'slmlhirly affected.
M 1SS. A MELI A BUAMT.
Burna Vista , Kut'er Co. , Pa.
Itoiail trade supplied by C. F. Goodman ,
IvlSdiwlr
KEAENEY'S
.FLUID-EXTRACT
The only known remedy foi ;
BRIGHT'S DISEASE ,
'And a positive cure for
Gout , Gravel , Strichirca ,
Diabelcs , Dyspepsia Xeri
voua Debility , Dropsy ,
'Non-reientlcn or Incoatlnence of Urine , Irri
tation. Incarnation or Ulceratlon of the
SPERMATORRHCEA ,
Loucocraoc or Whites , Diseases of the Prostrate
( Hand. S.onc in the Bladder. Colcul c ,
GRAVEL OR BRICK DCSTj DE.
POSIT.
And Mucus or Milky .Discharges.
KEARNEY
Extract BucJra !
Permanently Cure-all JDIseases'ot th
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Swellings ,
Existing in Men , Women and Children ,
No Mailer What the Agtt
Prof. Steele says : "On bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract Bnchu is worth more than all
other Buchtu combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , sixTxittlesJor
five dollars.
Duane'St N Y
Depot 104 , , , ,
A physician in attendance to answer correr
JWS nd stamp for pamphlets , free.esJ
Crane & Brlgham Wholesale Agents. San
Francisco , Cal.
100,000
EICH FARMING LAKD IH HEBEA3KLI !
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ,
HOUSES ANU LOTS a. the city of Omaha ,
forsilccheaoandon good term < .
BOGQS & IIII.I ,
231 Dodge street.
A Xctary Public , always In office ,
TTJdXTOCS. E9TO.TOS
O onfcctioners1 Tool Works ,
' Mills & Bro. ,
ilanniicturers o
Confectioners'Tool
" " Freezer &c.
"ei 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St.
Proprietors : 1 ESTAELISTIKD ISSfc
THOMAS MILLS , I -
Gro.M. MILLS , fpAT LOOUESSENT
. Jj J upoc application.
VNTJl. YOU HAVE
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTTE.
AN1J
BESERVOIK
.4 S WE HAVE TWELVK C.OOD KEASOXS
j\ . why ther will do Your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea-o and Glean.
IBJ TheyarechoipesttODuy ,
* They are bcai to u e , -
Th < " tote ev.nly and quickly ,
Tbelr o t ration is perfect ,
Tncy have always a good draft ,
They areiuaueofilicbestmatcrlal
j They roast pcrfecUr ,
They require but linle fuel ,
Tl.ey are very low priced ,
1 They ara easily managed.
They are suited to all localities , ?
Every BtoveguiranteeJtoglvouUsfactloa
SOLD BY
Excelsior Mun'fg Go. ,
ST. LOUIS , MO. ,
AND BY
M/ROG-ER'S.
I > J"o t > rn ,
09
QQO
Or Sasar-CoaicJ , Concentrated )
ReeS and Herbal Jalco , Antl-
BUIous Granules. TilE"I.ITTU :
CI.VNT" CATIIAKTIC. or JIuItum
! ) > Parvo Physic.
The novelty of modem Mcdicai. Chcmlcsl and
Pharmaceutical Science No n a of any lancet
taking tha large , repulsive and naweous pUH ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bnlky Ingredients ,
rrhoaro can by a careful application of chernica.
fclence. extrarr all the cathartic and other cctil-
r'.nil properties from the moacaluabio roots amf
berba , aad conreatrato them tate a minute Gran
ule. cnr < < ly larccr tlian a muftaril
80C lt that can t > c readily e allowed by thee ol
the mcHtBens'.tiTO ftomacni and fa tiUious tate ? .
Cacolltilo I'tircativo k'ollct rcpref cuts. In a
no concentrated forra. a mucK eathartle power
ra U embodied in any of tha Iarv pilU foncd fet
Mle in the drrrj shops. From their wonderful CA-
lhjrtlcpo\verm proporttoti to their flza , people
who have not trtod them en. apt to fuppote thai
they are hara ordrsntcin cfTect , bat such Is not
at all tb < ! ca t * . iho different act ho medicinal priiu
ciplcsof which they are composed bein BO fair.
raonlzed and raodilcd. one by tbo others , ai to
produce a mnt noarrliliia : and thor
ough , yet Komlj-cxdliluillyoporatluf
cathartic
Jt300 Kevrar l is hcrc'oy offered ty the pro.
priolor Of ihc o Pellets , to nuy chcmbt who ,
upon analysis , will Cud In them cn > Calomel or
other forma of mercury ci any other mineral
polaos.
Belnsciitlrolj-vojrctable.isopartrcnlar
core -equiml while utnj : them. They oyo-
rate without distnrbanco to the constitution , diet ,
or occupation. For Jaundice , Headache ,
Constipation , Impure Itlood , I'alu
In the Shoulders , TlKlidtcs- the
Chest , Dlzzitic , Sour Kructatloiii ?
ol the Stomach. Had taste lu
uioutli , BUIoiiM nttacUn , I'nln In
rezioti of ICIdiicyB , Internal Fever ,
Ku.sh of Rlood to klcad , Ulsli Col
ored TJrliiC , UiiHOcIaZ illty .anil
eJloomy Foreboding ? ' , tslco IJr.
I'lcrce'tiPIcaxaiit&'urgatlvol'clIetK.
In cxplaruiiioa of the remedial power of ray Tur-
citive 1'cliuta over PO prca a vaicty of tJi-cascs
I wish to ray that their iictloii upon tha
animal cconoinr if iiulvorn.tl , iiottc.
gland ortlfcguo cscupliiff their ttaiia-
tire Impress. Aso docs not impair them ;
their BOS'ir-coatir. 'arid being enclosed Jn glM *
battles prc crvethclr\irtuc3 unimpaired for an
lis th of time , in any clupato. so thai they are al
ways fresh cnil rclijblo. which H not the case
cjtththe pi'u ' found In the drujf stores , pat np ia
cheap wood or pa tc-bcard boiss. Recollect that
fsra'i ' ili9i.'a c3 where a Laxative , Altera-
Sire or Purjiatlvo it Indicated. thco littles
IVlcl4Tih cue ticinofit perfect eatiafactlon to
all uhouectbem.
They are Bold by nil enterprising
Qruggifeld at 5 ccntd a bottle.
Do rot allow any rirngTiat to indars yott to
lake anything elsi ttat Jio may fay la Just aj
p-ood aj my Pcllcto becau'D ho make * a Urcei
proflt on thtt i\hi'h ho rccKn35cndi. Jf yonc
dra jrist cannot supply then , cncloo S3 cena
snil receive thorn ny retnra mn'.l from
C. r.riEucx : , 21 , J > . . JVopv , .
BUFFALO. N. r.
SALERATUS !
AND
BAKING SODA
I TO" TTS 33
Pnnai MeyerARaapkeand Whitney
Banserman St. Co.
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEN from
the effects of Krrors and Abuses tn early life.
Manhood Restored , impediments to Uarrlage
Remored. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable 'emedle * Books and Circulars
sent free , In sealed enrelopes. Address , HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION , 4W North Ninth St. ,
Philadelphia , Pa , an Institution havingablgh
reputation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill.
CASTLE BROS. ,
IMPORTERS OP
TEAS
Bast Zxxdia , Goods ,
213 and 815 FROST STREET
San Francisco California.
PLATTE VALLEY
REAL ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Agent for the
U. P. B. R LANDS ,
Columbus , ITeb ,
Government Lands Located 1
U. P. Lands Sold !
ImproTed Farms and Town EoU
jor
O
OR
1 LONG-TIME ! !
Comruunicationa Cheer