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    Pirst Ward Begistration List.
List ot the Registered voters of
the First "Ward and Precinct No. 1 ,
Omaha , Neb.
AlsradtWm Armstrong GP
Armstrong Q D Anderson L F
Angerson J C Able Albert
Abrahams M Appel George
Alsted Fritz V J Anderson L M
Atkinson H C Adah- M
Anderson S F Archer E B
Althaus Gerhard Anderson J P
Adair Wm S Anderson Jas
Anderson A Anderson John
Anderson N P Anderson A
Anderson O P Anderson C
Anderson Peter Abney Chas
Auld James Ahlstroin Peter
Anderson Chas Anstrln'31 L
Anderson Nells Adams J F
Anderson Lars Anderson X C
1 AndersonChrist'nArnoux Otto
Anderson Anders
Bell Anderson Beinis G P
Bell Joseph Buckner H
Barrett Edmund Burton CS
Brinckman Fcrd Barry Michael
Briggs R T Bock John H
jBlaflkL C BeindorfC
Brady Henry Brady John
Burns John Burkhurd John
Blumenberg II Brandt John
JUirk John Blase C
BDlesen Peter Blanco C F A
Blanx H Benson John
Blackman Henry Bohleber J
Briggs Clinton Beneke Gustave
Brandes C Bradley G M
Burgdorf Charles Brown W H
Bra wning WalkerByers John M
Bullock S B Bullock F C
BremercampJ BoydJohnBH
Brewer C H Bove Peter
Bengtson N Bengtson Lars
Uourgenho Chas Burtis Thomas B
Buchler Michael Beranek A
Boehl W Bets M
Baumau Joseph Brown Charles
Bowman Charles Boos Jacob
Barker C T Behrens H
Berg Gustav Bryant John H
Ballard Thos M
Corry Erick Court B.
ChrisdtoO'erson J Carleton C C
Campbell S S Carltou James
Callahan J B Conoyer C M
Cornish Isaac Callahan James
Casey Thomas Christensen &
Cake J C Christensen J
Christiansen A Christiansen L
Court F Collin Gustavo
Cleburue Win Callahan E B
Cumel F Callahan Dennis
Coons Edward Clark M M
Cooney John Cressey W G
Cunningham B Carlson A F
Case James Cooper Edward
Christeiiben John Coons Moses
Crigler James Christensen C K
Callahan Dan Cass Edwin C
Capps Bassett Cole Frank
Cristenson J No 2 Cory Samuel I >
Chaudefosse Gus Cooke r I D
Crawford Joseph Clare M W
Christiansen J Coggins Peter
Devlin Arthur Dorau Pat
Doran James Daemon Alex
Dohl Henry Dee Maurice
Doyle A J | Demaro9t A B
Doll Wm Ducross Victor
Dickson W B Downer C E
Dillman Henry Dietrich Herman
Dall John Dillon R M
Daley PII Dyer Chas
Daemon John Davis S W
Droste Ed Doran Jas
Dekay Edwin Da vis * red H
JDee Michael Daley John
Jay Fred W Delor Stephen A
Donsll R P Dans Michael
Drake Dauford Sam
Dalcni C Deberry H W
Dcvoo A Dicchnian H
ErflingEC Edwards J E
V- Elgutter Morris JSlllaJohn
VI * Edwards Isaac Edwards M G
I/ Epperson S C Earle G G
English N F Eller Ferdinand
EbhardtEA Ekeley , John
Elsworth WillianiErdman William
Erdman W II Enrjght Pavid
Fleck Carl Fredrikson H P t !
Frantz Daniel
FranJc Jacob French J B
FranK John Fi&hcr Emil
Iuray John B Flannery Peter
Foster Thoujas isher Aug E
Fisher Henry Farrar L p
Fogarty Johu FlyiW W F
Fenton W Felfows BpUralm
Feldman Charles Frcy Andrew
FrobtEL Fortumatus John
Fagan Matthew Ford Jobu
Frederikbon Jeus Foster John
Franck E
Goodman C F Green John H
Graff G B Graff Joseph
Uannett J W Gehrko Charles
Gorman Patrick Goodman John G
Glab Frank Graff J H
VJI AuiS i. 1 u * 'v v - -
Guentber Jacob P Goodman Qco E
Graeber Andrew Grove E H
Gaban Micbael Gentleman Tbos
Gardner B F Gerber Fred
Gilbert Jauica Gildey Frank
Gerber Frits Gavin Joseph
Geia btepaeu Griebe Fred
Gibson Wm Grabbert Charles
Gartland Francis GilleFred
Hansen Julius HigleonJ
Harnaun C F Harnann W F
Hainan HF Hendriokaon F
Hansen Olnf Holland Thos
Harman Paul Harman A J
"H ugb.esy H S Hansen Gee
Higgins Gee Hald Hugo
Herlits C G Hansen Hans C
Hanson Jens Hald Gustov
Hildebrand Oscar Heelan P K
Herberts C J Hierb Jos
Harman L A Hoyer Gotleib
Hofuian Simon Hutchison Jas
Hickey Win P Hickstein Fritz
Hirt M Haserodt Chas
Hewer Peter Huber John
Herrman W Hayes JD
Hammond U F Henderson Jas
Hamanu Fred Hansen M
Husted C C Haas John A
Howkenscn P Hastings Patrick
Harrington P llubar Jacob
Hltfby J P Higby Beecher
Hall Jolm Hunter H M
Hanseu O P Hagelin H C
Helm Chas Hawket A
Hauley O Hollenbach D A-
Howklna T I/ Hottenroth A
Harrynmii C V Harryman J
Hobich Wm
Johll&Oll Carl Jenkins Thomas
onkinson II G Jackson Edward
'Jo'ncsn Andrew Johnson Jno No 1
Jeiisea ! D Jones A D
JappH.C Jensen HansN
Johnson J o i ! Johnsen Richard
Jackson L Johnson Christ
Jensen Peter H /ones Frank
'Johnsen Niels C Johnson X P
Johnson T A Jobnspn S\vai ) O
Jacoby John Jensen G Jj'
Johnson Frank Jones W D
Johnsen William Johnsen Andrew
JohnseuAndrewFJohnBen Ole
/ensen Thomas Jensen Anton
Jordan Jack Jensen Jens
Jensen Neils Justin J E
Jepptsen Peter Julin N S
Key J A Kelly John P
Koester Joseph B Kartschoke W
Ketrer Jolm H Kelly Patrick
Kountze Herman Kent Josiah
Krolsraan Ed Krebs Ernst
Krug Fred KJeffner George
Kaufmann Chas Kocken A 0
Kast Simon Kostar Henry A
KosterBernhardtKirkland John
Kohl Charles Koyos Thomas
Kuehl Edward Kiesgen Nicholas
Knotts AV y Kaehlsr Jacob
Koppes Michael Kaessuer Gustav
Kill Peter Kalrwan Edward
Kelley S A Kane Peter
Karney James Kirkland William
Keller Martin Kavan James
Knapp Michael King Philip
Rim bell T L Keens G B
Keck John Kluge Edward B
Kreis Fritz Kline John
Knapp Simon
Iiarson Peter Llndbenr Frank
Gee B Lagfl Rasmus
Lage Henry Loyd C D
iiavin Michael Leisge Conrad
Leisge Henry Lane E
Lipe W A Larbon Li C
Lane D W Lenz Max
Leis Jobeph Larten S J
Lindsey John Lai-ben C
Lemon John R .Larson John
Larson Lars Lucas R H
Lundy Joseph LIndquestG A
Larsen John Laraon Nils
Liudquest O Litidholm L
Larsen A C Lyons Wm T
Landsberg C H Lyon O
jjowe T W Lemon C J
Lucas H R Lanahan M
Lanahan Jerry Larsen Peter
Lyde Christian Liudhard C K
land G N Larsen Ole
McGavock A McGavock W G
Miller John F McNaughton Jno
McHugh Patrick Miimikus John
Miller'D N Markel J E
Metz Phillip McGavock P
McDonald F L McNamara W
McMahon M J Mos&ctt Joseph
McVittie James Mclntosh Malc'm
Murray' J H Metz Fred
McLaughlinThos Mdlus R T
Morton J F Merricle G C
McBay G N McKenna H J
McEvoj' John Marsily Ed
Mason Henry Mehrling Philip
Moehle Fred McKillip David
Maehly John McShane E C
Morrison D W McAuIiffThomas
McShano John A Meoks Thos J
Moran Cornelius Mobler F C
Miller JH Molley T B
McCory Arthur Mathewsen Rob't
McNamara M A McGunther A
McAwaff Robert Meyer R
McHugh Wm Milieu Hugh
Meahon Frank Majo Gidien
Mers Mathias Meader W E
Mercer R G May John
Mason O E Marshal John
McCalg Kennedy Martins F C
Madson Peter Mossett Joseph
Miller John F Minkler Allen
McCormick Thos Moritsen Jens C
Muhrman Olaf Meehan Michael
Mahan Patrick Madson Peter
Madson B F Morriss y Tiuio'y
Madsen John Mengel Jacob
Newcomer DavidNielsou Jens
Nielsen Paul Nielsen Svan
Neve Edward Nielsen Fred
Neve C F W Nielsen L F
Note\vare M H Nolander W
Noonan Thomas NachtigaleLMH
.NelonJohn .Nelson Jack
Nester H Nicols P J
' Nelson Lambert
Peterson James
Qulnlan Patricz Quinlan Patrick
Hath John Rasmussen Chas
Jlasmussen Ras Riordan T A
Rudowsky Julius Roeder Julius A
Relueke Ernst llasniussen IK
Robinson Robert Rosengrcen Ole
Reed Edward Riordan Jas
Ramge Martiu Roberts Thaddeus
Ryan L C Ityan John
Reynolds John Reed R A
Reddington M Ryan Dennis
Ryley E G Robinson Daniel
Romald Martin Russell Oscar
Bobbins Francis Rawitcer Wm
Robins Joseph Rogers Sam E
Richter Henry Roebllng Michael
Reed Parker Reynold Taj'lor
RosenkransErnst Rasmussen L \V
Rawljus Paul H
Stanton J B Salholm Chas
Steenberg E Sparks John
3kau Harald E Steinburn J W
Slaughter B D Skroder Wm
Smith E S Spoer K" T
StFelix H Schwanenberg j
3nyderJA Schroeder M T
Schannon Jos Stebbins C S
Sutphen J J Stephens Wjr
SemoneH J C Stevenson Jas
Sandpr W Stabell J os
Segelko W Schulz August
Btuht Ernest Stuht Wm
Stout G K Stout E J
Scott Chna Svan A F
Schock Wm Sohroeder Fred
Schroth Carl Shephard John
Steward John Schutt M
jchnell Fred Scott Thos
Shaw Jos Sandberg N J
Stewart Chas Schneider J
Sias C A Schmidt Wm
SIvers John Svendspn G
Sullivan Tim Shinnert Kick
btriffler G Seagrave A A
BchulterFW Sewing Chas
Silver E.tnil Stevenson G
Schulta John { Schmidt Jos
Schmidt T Stltt Leo
Stitt A Svendsen C
Shull H D Schmits J
Stevens J SchultsJNoS
Stefleniou Andres Svan C P
SchiessF
Tonnell A Is' Tutle P M O
Thrane C C Thiele Julius
Thrane Jas H Tex Michael
Thomas Aug E Thum Ford
Thurston Sherm 'nTennant A W
Tennant D G Thomson John
Tagger Henry Terkeken Peter
Thorup Wm A Trott August
Tallon Thomea Thompson Moses
Tcahon Joseph Taylor L
Thomsen G P Thompson A
Thompson H Thies Fred
Umpherson W
Vandervoort P Villrot J C
VandanikerJB Vandaniker G W
Vannoy W H
Whitman N C Welch John ! ft > 1
Waugh M J Wilcox W S
Wittig Ed Wilrodt H F
Williams Gotlieb Whalen J M
Wiloox W P Woolworth J M
Wlndheim Peter Walther W S
Whitkopf John Wilcox A A
Wilkens Henry Wirth Fred
Wille Christian Westerman Jos
Wren Thadeus J Wahlen Charles
WismanFred WehrerW
Woods Patrick Webster L H
Welsh Patrick Whelan Oliver
Warp John N Winther Paul
Wetwter J E Welch John ISo 2
White John Ward Albert
Winding C J Whitney C
Windheim E Weathers Wm
Welch Jamea AViUiamsen Chas
ZloglerAK Zaephfel Joseph
Zimmerman G Zoller-Mathias
I hereby certify that the above Is
a correct list of the registered voters
of the First Ward , Omaha , Ne
braska. JOHX RATH , Registrar.
OJIAIIA , October 12,1574.
F , A. i'ETEKS.
Saddle and Harness Maker ,
JLXI CARIUlGS TRIMMER ,
N . 31 i * rubnm B . bet. 15th & Iflth
t LL orders and repairing promptly atten led
A to cd satisfaction iniarrajftal.
a-Cuh paid ior hicifti' " ' ap391r
1OO.GOO
BIOS TAHMIHO LAUD IB"
REAL ESTATE AGENTS ,
ANI > LOTS in tne city ol Omaha ,
HOUSES cheap and on good term * .
BOGGS & XIII.li
281 Dodge street.
A Notary Public , a ! * ays In office , apSOj
Eegistrauon List.
The following additional names
have been added to the list of regis
tered voters in Ward (5) ( ) five , since
the publication of the voting list , on
the 26th of September.
C. WILKTNS , Registrar.
Anderson A Askwith W S
Adams Harry Ad kens A D _
Bumes Thomas Borland J
Baker J W Barry T F
Bougger Peter Batchelder S N
Bonner J Bartholomew J S
Bellis E D Blodgett G S
Barrett John Broder Tim
Brown William Blomberg H P
Bloom Frank Bay JA
Urewer Henry
Cain Harry Clark W T
Crispin-C H Clark A J
Cravan Wm Case J N
Cain John Crandell James
Craven Robt Clark Mike
Donnally John Dailey Wm
Donoghue H Deland T J
Deland W H Donnaker N
Dacon Charles
Ejrgar Joseph Enwright Jer
Ellis James Ericson Fred
Flanigan Pat French Abner
* isherWR
Green G L Groves John
Grandon Thos Guinane Pat
Guinaue Edw Guinane Dennis
Heins N B Hargaves Thos
Hall A B Horan P H
Hays W J Hartry Alfred
Husdahl E A Helm Wm
JonesD P Judsou H M
Jacobson John Johnson J JS'o 2
Kaiser Mat Kcllis R H
Kirchefole A Kiver Claus
Lippert Peter Laughlin Wm
Leary J H Lynch John
Lumpkin G .Larson John
Lynch Ed Leon Tim
MortimerS A Mullen Richard
Maus Fred Maus Christian
McMickees J Murphy Martin
Monks Thomas McCartneyMartin
Moorehead J Mallet R C
Mansfield Mike Macomber J H
McCoy W P Mosel P A
Moodie J C MoNamara F
McGrath Mike
.Nesbit H T Nelson Andrew
Neilson D H
Ochscnbein G W O'Neil James
Oberg E L O'RoarV John
Prine Eugene Pratt D H
Powers Ed Parsons John
Quin Tim
Rasmusson C Roberts Frank
Ringer Albert Rush D C
Reedy John
Schinker M Stoughton Aaron
Shields George Swelfel Fred
SalterbccK Claus Sigler W H
Schroder Albert Short T L
Solomon N" ID Sinclair Thomas
Solterbeck Chas Sheahan John
Sheridan John
Tracy Robert
VanderfordJ VolkerFred
Vanduesen H
Worm August White Wm
Walter Daniel Williams W H
Wylie J N Walker P A
Whiteside Benj Wedell C W
Whitmore Chas
Second Ward Additional Regis
tration.
Altheuns A C Anderson Robt
Altenrlorff A Anderson L C
Booth R T Bernard Wolf
Brown J V R Boegal A
Bulard F W Borgshom S
Blak Anton st"G
Bander John Beohm Fred
Benson A Banter Jonas
ColeF CobernWm
Chubb O P Clapson H T
Colfield J S Carpenter D W
ChartEugino Clausen R
Caineron JB
Drake Charles Douglas J W
Duffey James Datel W
Dall Fred Durnell A H-
Durks J F"
Eubossky Jos Elam Reuben
Ekwall John
Faist Lewis FlegalJohan
Fpley Patrick Fullrede A W
Figala Vanclav Figala John
Fenwick Wm Fielda Weufle
Gibson Henry Gitch Henry
Goodrich S Gukla M
Holfield Chas Hays C R
Howel T G Holfelt August
Hamond C A Hartmau O F
Jones A D Jr Jensen H P
Johnson Nelse Jones R C
Krayeek Frank Kuhl Henry
Klein August Kenske Joseph
Kepper John Keissler Justin
Kenestou Daniel Kenestou E C
Leuth R D Londgrecn John
Lewis Chas Lamb J Li
Lawrence A Ii
Michael Joseph Max Taez
McGray James McGray
Manning Joseph Morrison John'
Mohn Fred Monter C J
McLeod Theo Mengel Gee
Neraetz Frank .jxernetz F
Nelson August
Orton J C Osborn SimpsoiT
Oberg M Ostram Hiram
Parry Chas Preborsty Joseph
Picha Fran k Pander J ohu
Peterson Aldan '
Quinn John /
Ritter R T Reaves James
Ring John Robins M S- -
Robherts Nelso Ramsey O N
Rose W E Reynold Bleasant
Ritter W S Richmond
Robllng Micheal
Spencer C Af SanderatPrice
Smith G eorge Scheld N Icholas
Stephens G W Scott Theodora
Seagren Charles Suessenbach H
Schroeder Alfred Sears C C
Snyder John ScklemannChar'j
Sjogren Cart SwensonNioholas
Trapp B F Tum/John
Toner Jerry
Uhler Venclau
Valak Joseph J M\l
Wyatt C F Wooster Chrlsto'r
Willard C Watson F E
Young ME f
This is to certify that this Is a true
pony of additional names Jo ttjjs
date , Monday morning , /Octoper
12th JACOB , JS74. A. R.
201 15th
UNDERTAKER
VICTOR a , CtFmANM ,
Physician 1 Surgeon ,
241 Farnham StreC
Over Ish's Drrnj st"
GW. . HOMAN , Sr. ,
O3fcrs lor the necessities of 'the public , a
First-Class Hearse and Carriages ,
All orders promptly attended to by leaving
them at Cor. ! . " > > anil Haruev Sts. aeiatf
13th St. , bet. Famliam and Haruey.
All kinds ol TAILORING , CLEANING and
.REPAIRING done at reuonfbla rates
unrgfilt _
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ,
GROCERS
And Geneial Provision Dealers ,
S. TY . Cor. Jackson and 13th fits. ,
Keep a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions ,
Wines , Liquors and Cigars , aud soil cheaper
than anr other house ill Ouiaha. JV'3 3m
RATH & HANSKN ,
Wholesale Dealers In ] l.eai ; Tobacco ,
Manufacturers of
o i a.A. . : Rs ,
AND DKALER IN
Tobacco &c &c
, Pipes , , , ,
1G3 FARNHAM ST. ,
Bet. 10th A1U1) ,
OCtllf-
P. N. GLYNN
WIIOLKSALE AXD KKTAIL DBAJ.BB IN
Wines , Liquors , Segars.
TOBACCO AND PIPES.
BSTCalifornla Wines and BrandIes."SW
Corner of 15'h and Dodge streets , opposite the
new Post Office building , Ouiaha , Nebie25tf
JOHN liAUIttHil.
Practical Watchmaker ,
171 Fttrnr m , S. tdor. llth St.
OMAHA - NEB
J. ROBINS ,
137 nham St. , bet. 9 h and lOlli ,
( Opposite Bee Office. )
\ LOANED ON "WATCHES , JEWelry -
M9NELOANED
elry , Ac. Clothing bought and sold.
spTdlm
City Meat MarKei.
Kee t ntlvlon'hand
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
Bs3X2Ef 3 ?
MUTTON.
r3TJLTRY ,
GAME
QUEALEY'S
"D" P. Soap Factory !
Situated on the line of the Union Pacific
Xallro.vl , near the powder house. Manufaj-
.ures first-clasi soap lor home consumption- ;
iune24-lv
ar.
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor. IGthaiid Dodge Sts.
Prompt attention given to sales of household
urniture , s'ore goods , horsps , cattle , etc. , either
at store or owner's residence. Bcal Estate at
lubllc or private sale. anzSldtf
UNION MARKET
B. A. HABBIS ,
537 Fifteenth Breet , bet. Dongl&s and Dodge.
BEEF , FORK ,
Mutton and Veal ,
Fish , Poultry , Game ,
UE26 ly AHD > EaETAT.TH.
TOTUt
NERVOUS& DEBILITATED
OFBOTn SEXES.
700HABGE POE ADVICE AND CON-
? SULTATIOIT.
QR J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
Fefferson Iedical College , Philadel-
ihia , author of several valuable
works , can be consulted on all dlss
eases of the Sexual and Orinary or
gans , ( which he has made an es-
> ecial.study , ) either in male or fe
male , no matter from what cause
triginating' , or how long standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
o treat diseases with success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Chose at a distance can forward lot-
era describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
i&'Send for the Guide to Health.
Prloa lOo.
J. B. DYO111 , M.D.
Physitloa and Surgeon , 104 JjDuauu
street , N. T.
CHICAGO &NORTHWES'N '
The Popular Route from
O IMZ-A-IEI .A.
TO
CMcago and the East !
AND THE
.oxj.to
Tr\ViiterlooFort t > odKe , ,
Croaite , 1-rnlrle J3a Cblen. AVlnona ,
St. Paul , Dulntli , Jal > TllIe. Krrio-
Hba , Green Hart Uaclne , Steven's
Point. Watcrtown , OahliTeBli , Fen
Du ! < > Ci AladUon nud 9Illwaukee.
It Being the Shorteit and Ftist Comoleted Line
Between
OMAHAand CHIC AGO ,
Constant improvpraents hare taken place in
he iray of reducing Grade , and placing Iron
with Steel Bails , adding to its rolling stock
new and Elegant
DA ? and 8LKEPINO CARS
Equipped with the "W = jtlnghouse Air Brale"
and "Miller Platform , " establishing comiurta-
iie and commodious Eating Houses , o Bering all
be comjirtt ol traveling the age can produce.
Front ' to 1O Fast Express Trains run each
way dallr over the various lines of this road ,
hna securing to the traveler selecting this
rou < e sure and certain' connection * in any di
rection he mar wish tQ'trq. '
Principal Connections.
AT MISSOUIU VALLEY JUNCTION , for
Sioux City , Yankton and points reached Yia
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT QBAND JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
Des Molnes , Ottawa and Keokufc.
AT MAESHAiiforSt. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Duluth , and northwestern point * .
AT CEDAB BAPIDS for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , Charles City , Burlington and St. Louis.
AT CLINTON for Dubuqne , Dun'elth , Prai-
riaduChien , La Crowe , and all points on the
Chictgo , qijoton arjd Pubuque , and Chicago ,
Duhuoue and Hlnhesota ralrco4i. (
AT FULTON f01 Freeport , Racine Millwau-
tee , and all points In Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to til eastern cities ria this
line cay be procured , an4 any Informal ! , n ob
tained , concerning Bantea , Kates , etc , at the
Companle's Office , 218 Farnhaui Street , Omaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line ofthe D. P. B. R.
, -BasK3ga checked through to all principal
Eastern points.
W. H. STENNETT. MABVIN HUGHTPT ,
Gen'l PauiogeV Ag t. Gen. Sup't ,
r
J. H. LAUEV , Q Q. EDDY ,
Ticket Ag-t , Omaha. Gea'lAg'tOmaha.-
mchlSTl
Money and Commerce.
Dailv He view.
OFFICE OMAHA DAILY IJKK , i
October 12. 1S74. f
We have no changes to note in
our monetary report. Business at
the banks continues brisk. "
Rates of discount and eschamre
unaltered.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Greats Celling ) $825.00
Land Warrants , (160 ( acres
buying ) 176.00
Land Warrants (1GO ( acres
selling ) 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acres buying ) 176.00
Do. SeUing 185.00
Exchange on New York , 1-5 of one
per ct.
The commtrcial market remains
firm and steady with no alterations
in quotations beyond a fall in Co
lumbia river salmon , which we
quote at $2.00 to $2.20 per dozen on
1 pound cans , and $3.50 per dozen
on 2 pound cans.
Provisions The market Is firm
and well supplied. Demand good.
OMAHA MARKET8.
Caret u.j Corrected Daily
DRY GOODS.
j. s. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas street.
PRINTS.
Aliens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
American _ . . . . . . . . .
Amoakeag . . . '
Bristol fll9
Uarners . . . . . . . . . .
Hamilton. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Merrimack D. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Peabody. . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
Richmond. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " "
Simpson's. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BLEAOHED SHIRTINGS.
Senate 4-4
Boot G . . - .
Cabot 4-4 . . . . . . . . -
Lonsdale. . . . . . . . . . . .
N. Y. Mills. . . . . . . - "X
Ppfflrlwm _ . . . . . . „ . . * . . * *
Q „ or * i | f .
OUQOLK Jj. * > " " ' " -
BLEACHEO SHEETINGS. '
Pepperell 8-4 ' '
do 9-4 ! J
do 10 . . 38)
COTTON AD t 8.
Farmers and Mechanics. . . 25 >
Great Western- . . " 2
BROWN SHEETINQS.
Albion. A . . . . . . . . . f }
Bedford. B . . . . _ . . . 7 >
Grantville , E IT . . . . . 10 >
Germania , B B. . . . . . . . . 9 }
OINaHAMB.
" ' ' '
Amoskeag" . . . TZ I. . . 12
Bates. . . . . _ . _ " . . . . . . . . - . 13
' TIOKZNG8.
Amoskeag , ao's
> DENIMS.
Amoskeig 23J
Beaver Creek , B B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1G >
Haymakers. . . . . . 1
Otis , B B " }
_ OUs , C C . . . . 15 }
JEANS.
Blddeford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 }
. . . . .H. . .
Preferred . - 36
YANKEE NOTIONS.
KURTZ MOIIR 4 CO. , 231 Farnham
Street.
SPOOL wrnvn.
Clark's O. N. T..M . . . . . .HM TO
Coat's „ . „ _ . . . . . . . „ . . . . . _ _ „ 70
Harriet's . . „ „ . . . _ . . . _ . . 42i
HOSIERY.
Domestic. . . . . . . " . . . . . . . " . . . . . . _ . . . . _ 5 R5@2 00
British. . . . „ „ _ 3 00@6 00
Merino „ S 2 2Sa2 50
Wool. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . 3 7Sa4 00
ChllJrens fancy hose _ _ . . 75a3 00
PAPER COLLARS.
Dickens * best..m. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ -n _ f 90
King William. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 35
White Wing . 1 80
Cornet. . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . _ . . . . _ ; 2 50
SHAWLS.
Ottoman strips $2 25(36 ( 50
SHIRTd.
White common . " . . . . . . . . . . . 810 50
' medium. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
' cui-tom made. . . . . . 30 00
Jean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. 12 00
Satinet . . . . . 15 00
Cassimcro „ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18a36 0)
Blue Flannel _ . 18a24 03
OVERALLS.
Brown drill. . . „ . „ . . . ! 6 50a7 25
' dnck „ . . . . . _ . 775a900
Blue drill „ . . . . 7 O0a7 50
' duck . „ . . . . . . . . . . . „ „ 8 00a9 50
White . . „ . . . t 00a9 50
CORSETS.
French whalebone. . . . . _ . . . . . . . . „ . . . 15 25a8 00
Hip Gove. . . . . . . „ . . . . . . . . G 00
Dove. . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . „ . . . . . . . „ 9 00
H. S. Embel. „ _ . . . . _ 18 00
SKIRTS.
Bal Skirts. . „ . . . . . ' 12 Od
Felt „ . . _ 15 00
YARNS.
Balmoral Yarn , all colors , per ft. . . $1 60
Germantown Wool , " . . . . . .81 70@2 05
Sazonr Yarns , per box. . . . . . . . . . . . 82 15
Mixed Yarns „ . . . _ _ 90al 00
White _ „ l 00
QENERAIi COMMISSION.
J. U. KOSENFELD gives us the
following quotations this day :
Potatoes , 90S1 00 per bushel ;
Butter , prime 2530c ; Butter , good
2025c ; Butter , cooking 1015c ;
Eggs , 20c per doz ; Live chickens
2 50@2 75 ; Lemons , 14 00 per box.
OYSTERS
W. B. & Co. Select , 05 cts per
can ; Standard 55 cts per can ; Medi
um 45 cts per can.
HABDWAKli.
JOHN T. EDGAR.
IRON.
Common bar.
Horse shoe bu . . . . . . . .
Norway nail rod. .
STEEL.
Cast ptnw 12
Germon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HH..BHMM 11
American casn , octagon and square. . 18(2 ( } 22
Jessup's English do do 23 40
Burden's horse shoes , per keg. . . . . . . . . . . 725
do mule do do . . . . _ . . . 8 23
Northwestern horse nails. . . . . . . . . . . . 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins , discount 45 per cent.
Star half patent axles , discount 10 ver c nt.
NAILS.
#
d to 60d per leg. . . . . . " . . . . . . . 4 10
gd do . . , _ - . . . 4 35
6d do . . . , _ 4 & >
4d do - .1,1- . . . . . , , . . . . , . _ _ _ 485
Sd do . - . „ , , , --T , , B 10
3d One do r , . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
lOd finls'ng do . . . . . . 5 25
8d do do . . . . . . . . . . _ 5 60
lOd casing do ! Z ! ! ZIIZn ! ! ! ! 4 85
8d do do . „ „ , „ , „ . . . . „ S 10
Gd do do . . " . . . . _ . 6 35
Wrought , all sizes. . . . . . _ . „ „ _ S 85
BOLTS.
Carriage and tire. . . . .discouat 70 pr c
BUTTS.
Narrow wrought , flit Joint discount 20pre
Cast , loose pin reversible do 35 do
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay and manure forks. . . dlsconnt SO pr e
Hoes and garden rakes. . . do 25 do
HINGES.
Strap and T ' , . „ „ . . . ; : dlicount 23prc
WRENCHES.
Paft's blackr . M.M.M.M.M. . .discount K pr c
Coe's. iinmitatlon do 45 do
Doe's genuine . . . . . . . . . . . do go do
SCREWS ,
imertcan Iron. . , . - . . . . . , . - . - . 45prc
do braxa _ _ „ . 40prc
AGBIOULTTJRAL KirLEMENTS.
CTTUJCS.
H Holt's Ha.\ eat Klng.per do J , net 1200
l hampiOn M.M..MM.M..M .H.K. . . H.H . . 00
Scald's Eureka . . Jl 00
- do red ; . . 800
SPADES ASD SHOVRLS.
Rowland's No 2 black shoveb , D H 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spades do 12 00
Moore do polished do do 13 00
dq'i "tpringpoint"LH shovels 13 SO
AXES.
LJpRenc tt s Western Crown . is 00
do do do bxtied Ii 50
COFFEE MILLS.
t-arke'i No 3 , iron box „ net 5 25
dg doiOS do \ _ . . . . .M s 75
do do25 Union iroh. . . . . . . . . . . 11 00
eo do 35 do BritanIiCJ 1300
Uarxrave , Smith 4 Co. , discount 30 pr c
( Uuerlcaa File Co , . . . .Mm. . do 10 do
IIAJI3IERS.
Hardole's , A E N. . 1 , 1J , , 2 -
Mammond's A E No 2 - . - 89 00
do do do 4 _ . . - 10 50
ile I ni-imcr'i No 1. . . - 1000
iio do dtu2 _ IS M
do < ! o do 3 - U 00
HATCHETS.
Morris' sUngling. o i - . . . 87 00
do do do 2 - S 00
do do do 3 _ 9 tO
riii cl-w do 1. . . . . . . . - - 7 50
dc o do 2. _ 8 5o
LEATHER.
Host ButTalu Sol- . - . - ) 3/g 3t
tlo do . „ . „ . f * *
Mat irn-.ras do - Ao.2 , 32c ; No. l.S5 < -
Best ; ait do . . . . . . . . . . _ . „ . . . . . . . . . 43@43c
llultimore Oak bole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 43c
French Ki.s - SI 40ga 00
do Cilf , leading brands _ 32 lOfcji 50
Domestic Kips _ - 81 00 t 30
do Calf . . . _ . . . . . . . _ . . . . . -.il 35i ( < l 75
Hemlock Upper , per foot _ _ . - 25@30c
Oak do do . . . „ _ _ . . . . . . _ - Oc
Grain do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - > 0 < - '
Linings , per dozen . - S7 UOglO 00
Toppings , do . - Sll 00014 00
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , - . .33@43e
do ( Oil Dressed do _ . .36@40c
do ( Simon ) . - - S3 00 < g3 25
do ( Glove Kid. ) - . - SS 60a5 00
Welt Leather , per side , - 46 00&7 00
Boot Webbing , rr bolt , . . . . . _ - .4.-70c
Oak Harnsss Leather , " Pittsburg , " - 45c
do do do No. 1 , - 40@l2e
do do do No. 2 . - SSylOc
Oak Line do _ . . . . . . .44 ( < j46c
Hfiulo k Harness Leather , No. 1 , . . 39y40c
do do do No. 2 , - .37&39C
Hemlock Line do . . . - 41 ( 460
Fair Bridle , pi-r side , . . . . . . . . _ . . . .SO OOQ7 00
Team Collars , per dox - . . ! 25 50&23 50
Stage do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ „ . . . _ . . $ - ! 50
Scotch do do . . . . . _ . . S3G 00
lontord do do _ . _ S33 00
Collar Lenthci ( Black ) per foot , _ lS@24c
do do ( Itussct ) do . . . . .13 < ij.Mc
Patent l ash Leather. . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . .Joe
SOAPS
Powell & Co. , boap inonufacturers.
SapxPublico , 6 l-2@6 3-4 ; Savon
Republic , do. , Chemical Olire , G to
6 1-2 ; Palm , 5@5 1-4 ; German Mot-
led , G l-4aG 1-2.
ART GOODS AND UPHOLSTEBEK'B
STOCK.
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods ,
270 Farnham Street , furniahes the
following quotations :
FBAME MOULDINGS.
Oil walnut mouldings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch lOc ; 3 inch 15c ; ;
polished walnut/ 1 inch 7c ; 2 inch
15c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 inch
6@15c T2'inh' : 1230c ; 3 inch 18@
? 45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
inch 510c ; 2 inch 10@20c ; 3 inch
16@30c.
WINDOW SHADES.
Plain bands. 6 feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00 ©
4 00 ; each additional foot , 75e per
pair.
BEPPS.
Union ind all wool terry , per yard
1 60@3 M ) ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 50a8 00.
00.DAMASKS.
DAMASKS.
Union per yard , 1 60 ; all wool ,
2 OOaS 00.
MATTBASSES.
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 00a5 00 ; straw ,
3 00a4 00 ; Excelsior , 3 50a4 50.
LUMBER.
RETAK. UST
Subject to change of market wltnout '
WM. M. FOSTER ,
On U. P. E , R. tract bet. i irnham ai
.
GEO A. HOAGLAN1.
Joiate , studding and sill ] , 20 ft , and un
der . . . . _
Over 20f t , each additional ft add'l . _ 60
Fencing No 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . w. 9 00
do NO 2 . . . - . . . . . ! ! ! ! ! ! ZI 21 oo
1st common boards. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . 25 00
2nd do do . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . 22 00
"A" stock boards , 10 and 12 inch. . . 50 00
"B" do do do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 00
"C" do do do do . . . . . . . . . JO 00
1st clear , 1 , IJiA aod 2 Inch . . _ 65 00
2d do do do do . . . . . . . . _ 55 00
3d 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
Istclcar celling % Inch. _ . 35 00.
2d do do } 2 inch _ „ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 50
1st do do j | Inch. . . . . . . . . . . . 30 00
2d do do y inch . . . . . 27 50
1st clear siding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 27 CO
2d do do . . „ . . . . _ 26 00
1st common siding . . 24 00
2d do do . . . . . . . . . 4M. . . . 20 00
"A" shingles . „ _ . . J. 4 05
Extra No 1 shingles. . . . . . . . . . _ „ 3 CO
Common No 1 shingles. . . . . . . . . " " 2 00
Lath per 1000 . 350
D i. U pickets eer JOO _ . . . _ _ 3 BO
.Square do do ao . . M "
0 G Batten pe' lineal It. . „ . „ „
Rough do do do „ . . . . . . .
Liberal diicount on carload lots.
WINDOWS. ( Glazed. )
35 per cent off Chicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged. )
25 pei cent off Cl icago Vat ,
BLINDS.
30 per cent ofFlist.
White lime perbbl . _ . _ . $ i TSQJ 00
Lonisville cement per bbl . . . . . . 3 00 3 5
Plaster parls per libl - . 3 5033 75
Plastering hair per bushel . 40
Tarred felt _ . _ 4
Plastering board . „ . . . . . . . . . .
OILS. PAIKTS , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D. SOLOMON.
.ROBERT C. 8TEELL.
TIN , SHEET-IKON. WIRE , &C.
MILTON ROGERS , COR. "l4th &
FARNHAM.
PLATE.
10x141C , lair quality. . . . . . . . .
10x14 Ic , best quality. . . . . . . . . . .
10x14 IX do do . . . . .
12xl2IC do do . . .
12x12 IX do do .
14x20 1C do do . . . „
14x20 IX do do . . . „ ,
14x20 IXX do do
14x20 IXXX do
ICO plate DC ( best quality )
100 plate DX , do do
100 plate DXX do do
100 plate DXXX do do
Roofing 1C charcoal do do
BoofinglX do do do
10x141C coke do do
20x23 1C charcoal roofing. .
20x281C charcoal rooflng. .
e4xI4 IX charcoal L.
10x20 coke ( for auttersU. . .
BLOCKTIN
Large pigs. . .
Small pigs. .
Bar'tin. . . . . . " . . _ . . . . .
SJNO.
Sheet tin 25 to M in. . . . . .
do do do In half casks. . . ll\
do do do in 250 D > casks . 13
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet. . . . . .
Tinners soldei ( extra refined. .
do do No. 1. . .
do do roofing.
bid metal . . . . . . . . .
SHEET IRON
First qualit Numbers 18 to 34. .
do do do 25 _
do do do 28. . .
do do do S7. .
Charcoal , both sides smothe
do No 24.
do do 16
do do 27.
Junlata , No. 24
dS gz = r
"SF J&fc :
Less tnan lullbundlrs , add one cent.
"A"Amerlcan immitat'n Bussla , U Nos.
Lets than full barflies add gqe tent.
No. 14 to 2U , „ „ . . iut 15
do 21 to 84 . . . . . , . .ao 16
do 25 to as . . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ , tt. .do IT
do 27 . .M. . . . . . " . . . . " . " . . . do 18
do 2 ? i-- ! ! . , , do 20
Full bundles discount 13 per cent.
COPPER. ,
Braziers 6 to 9 _ _ . _ _ _ 15
do 10 to :2tt HZ 42
do 12Uto 100 Ib . ' „ _ „ S3
Sheathing , 14aud 16 o * . . . . . . . . i7
Planished , 14 and 18 or .TZI 45
Nos. 7 , 8 and 9 , PJaniihed . 43
Bolt copper. . . „ . _ . _ _ . . . . _ _ _ go
Copper hnttntn. . . - - t , , . . „ , , . „ „ , . 3j
\VIRE.
10 U UK
NOJ. 0 to 6 8,8.9 ,
lt _ 15 16 19 JO
Nos. 15,16 18 19 20
Per bund Is U p p cent coua
- t
GROCERIES.
BTEELE A JOHNSON SSS-MO 14TH ST.
CLARK i FBENCH COK. FARNHAM AND
JgP" llTH 6T.
PUNpT.'fMEYER ' & RAAPKE , 212 FARN-
P. . WHOLESALE DEALEBS-
MORGAN 4 GALLAGHER , 205ilaTn-
ham St.
WHITNEY , BATJSERMAN < k CO. , 247
f Douelas St.
BROWN * BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Streets.
V SUGARS.
Uranulatedprlt. . . ,
Powdered do _ ,
Crushed do _
Befd cut loaf do „
Standard A do . .
Circle A do
KxtiaC ao
Yellow C do
N O choice do
COFFEES.
Rio choice pr ft. .
do prime do
do good do
0 O Java . .
SYRUPS.
Common prCTllorin. . . .mi S5ft45
Good Jo . . . . . . . . . . . . . fiOhG5
Choice do . . . . . _ . " . " . . - " . . . . . . . 70a80
do N O molasses . 80
Bangoc
Carolina : .
CAriDLES.
M Wesk A Co _
bOAP.
Mt3 ourIVrlIey. . . SX
Kirk's Savon . . . GU
M. Wesk JE Co _ I5V 7a7H
bchofer's German. . . . . . . . . . , . . . 6
Kirk's standard. . . . . . . . . . . , _ 4Ji
do Bterliu ; ; „ . „ _ 4a435
1'I.TIO TOBAIJCO.
Black goods. Western , 43
.do do Virginia . . SSaGO
do _ doLomlanTs . . . - SSaGO
Bright- * do do „ . . . _ 0a63
do do Virginia . . . . . . 53at > 3
Natural leaf . . . . . . . . . . 75a9j
DRIED FRUIT'S.
'Southern Apples , per barrel , - . 8alO
.Michigan ' 12al2K
do prunes..H. . , -TrT , I4al4 }
do German cherries . . . . . . 17
do bl ckberries A 14
do raspberries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
I do raisins , per box. . . . $3 60
do seedless raisins , per pound. . . . . . 12 %
SALT.
New In barrels . . . . _ .J2 70a2 85
do dairy. . . . . " . . . . . . " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 50a5 75
CANNED GOODS.
2poundcanMyer'aoys < ersierca3 . . .84 25a4 50
1 tlo do do tlo do . „ 2 50a2 75
2 dc do William's do do 4 00a4 75
2 do do peaches pei case. . . . . . 6 50
3 do do do do . . . 7 75a8 00
2 do do tomatoes do . . . 3 25a3 SO
3 do do do do . . . . 5 00
Corn , Tropny per cse _ . . . . . . . _ . . . 5 00
do Winslow do . . . _ 5 50
do Yarmouth do MMMH..MM. " . " . 5 50
Strawberries , do . . 60a4 75
Raspberries , do . . . . . . . . . . . 5 25a5 60
Pineapples , do . . 3 00
TEAS.
Oolon s , per pound. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25a75
Young Hyson , per pound 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . . . . . . 60al 25
FLOUR.
Bnow Flake , ( Wells Nieman ) 4 M
Gold Dnst _ „ . „ . . „ „ 2 78
TTYY Iowa City . . _ . 3 00
California. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 7545 00
BAGS.
Goal ! ties , heavy weight. . _ _ 1MU
.o Ught do . . . . . . . . . . . „ 17 1 < !
lips , four busbel. . _ _ _ „ ISaiC
adee gunnleS" M.HMM" . . . . M. . r 12
* in baas , Amoskeg A _
* o do Ludlowaa. . .
SPICES.
Nutmegs , Penang beatper pound. . . ' -if
Clove > do do -t
Alsplce do do Itf''T
Cinamonbark do do . . V-r . ' *
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
} bbb. , 100 tts . . . . . . . S 8
1 n > cans , per doz . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ 2 00@ 2 2o
2 do do „ . . . . 3 50
WHITE FISH.
No. 1 kits . .
Family in kits.
J bbls
.5
MACKEREL.
Family , In kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1
No. 1 , do „ . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 "
Mess. do . . . . . . . . . . „ . . . . . 3
Family , \ bbls . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
No. 1 , d " . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Sardines , % boxes , . . . - .10
CIGARS.
A. E. SIMPSON. Manufacturer , 532
15th Street.
H. Upman _ . . . . . . . M. 8 K5 00
Reconstruction . . . . . . . . . . „ . do 35 00
Grand Central . . . _ do 35 00
' " " '
Yara . . . . . . 7.V . . . . do 43 00
La Boquct - - , , „ do 50 00
Simon Pure . . . . _ „ do 50 00
Partlgas . . . . . _ _ „ do 75 00
Yours Truly. . . . . . . . . . do 65 00
Gold Medal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . _ . _ m do 50 00
La Espanola. . . . . . . . . _ m. do 60 00
Triple Crown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 75 00
Henry'Clay do 100 00
De Viller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . do 100 00
Y Viller. . . _ . . . . . . . . . „ . „ do 100 00
1876 . . . . „ do 7500
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel av . , . , . , 3 SC
Chicago , Rocfc Island
and Pacific R. R.
THE GRAND CENTRAL BODTE FBOU
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Des Moines , 1/avenport and Rock Island.
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
WESTINOUOUSK PATEMT AIB B&AKKI and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Dally ,
onnecting as follows :
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moiaes Valley
Railroad , for Oskaloosa , Qttumwa , Keokuk
and St. Lonls.
AT GRINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul.
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington ,
Cedar Rapids A Minnesota Railroad , for
Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubuque < t St.
Paul , At WILTON JUNCTION with the
bouth-Western branch , . for Muscatine ,
W ashlngton and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with ths Dav'enport A St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad foi Freeport , Bci jit , Baclno , Mil
waukee and ail 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 PeorUiRock
Island Railioad for Peorla and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , for Hen-
.jr.Laecn ? , Chlllicothe and Peorla.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Ball-
road for points nort h and south.
AT CHICAGO with U lines East , North and
South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities ,
la thU line , can be procured , and any infor-
,
G n'l Pass'rAg't ,
'
H
Sioux City & Pacific R , R ,
The Shortest aad ealjr Direct
Route from
COUNCIL BLUFFS
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And ad Points in
KOBTHERH IOWA St 3ONNESOTA.
PULLM.AIT PALACE 8LEKPING CARS
On all night trains its , thU route.
COLLECTIONS.
1. At U. P. Transfer with Un Paclfls
Railroad for Omaha.
2. At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
foe and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis
ind all points south.
3. At Mlrjourl Valley with the Chicago and
forth-western railway foi Chicago and all
points east.
4. At Siour City with Sioux City and S
Paul , Illinois Central and. Dakot * Southern
railroads. Sieqmers for Upper Missouri Elyer
lutlo'g naTlgatloV and with stages lor all
points in the Northwest.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
ailroad far Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont. Nsbraska. wli the Union
PaciHo railroad ior all point * west and the
Pacific coast.
7. At Vf liner with stages far Norfolk nd 4J
xjjnU In Northern Nebraska.
WTlckets for sale In Chicago and Ncrth-
f ettern Railway oOoa ,
WBe suijyour tickets wad Ti g. C. A P.
Sailwar.
L. BURNETT , Soj > ' | .
, F. C. HIIU 8sn. Ticket Atft.
QECv Wt BATTAN.
Frazier's Root Bitters ,
Great Blood aud
Hunior Remedy.
[ From lite Cltittand Saulcy .Vcraicy Vcict }
Thjt Frazier't Root Bitters possess an efficary
greatly superior to any other preparation ior
{ ( arching the blood with which we are acquain
ted , e cau testify from actual observation. We
know many Insiauces where individuals for
years afflicted , have been petmanrntly > cstore < !
to health by their use. Mr. Krazier , tbe pro
prietor , is a resident of this city , and ii wtlrly
Ettowuasuueo' out most proiumeut bus ness
me * . Is ref-.rentes to tbe great value of his
Boot Butters. tie also persons welt-known at
citizens of .itandlng uud integrity , in wbow
statements implicit confideuce way b placed ,
and their testimony may be taken as conclu
sive eTidence of ing estimation In which Mr.
Frazler's remedy U hjjd , particularly at home.
Hare it has alrtady attained that posltlan that
requires no recommendation , having stood the
test ol trial here. We can say with af rty , and
do recommend with entire confidence , its use
elsewhere , by all who may be atfiicttd wilh
any kind of weakness or humor in the blued ,
as tbe most searching , strengthening nud , .heal
ing remedy of whlc > we have any knowltdg
Sold by druggists and < t country stores.
UEOUGE W. FKa ZIEK , Proprietor.
591 StClairSt. Cleveland , Chto.
Over 1OOO Temtlmoif lal * .
A few of the many parties cured b/ the great
remedy. Bead and be convinced.
SCKFEKEDOVEKTHIRTHEN YEARS VOTl ! UX *
COMPLAINT AXD DTSPKPSIA , CURED B
THREK BOTTI.K3 OP BOOT B1TTKE3.
Ma FRAZiKB-Dear sir I deem
: it an act of
gratitude to you , and a duty toward those who
aresunering from livercomp'alnt and dvspeo-
siatomakethefollowing statement :
I have been an invalid for over thirteen
years. My complaint wasa disease of the liver
nd dyspepsia. My skin was yellow , the white
? 16Ies W'8 e color of " " "J11 : * 1ra3 sleepy
? ! ! iTy' ? } th headache atd no appetite for
' ° ° r ° f any kind , 1 was afflicted as Lad as any
living woman could be. I took bottle alter
bottle of patent medicines tnd
, paid over seven
hundreddollars to the lst physicians without
any benefit. I sufier-d more than I can tell you
by letter , Mit could get no relief until about
two months ago I purchased a bottle of your
Rojt Bitters from Louis Smlthnlght , druggist ,
136 W oodland Av. , this city. I Ssed thlsTotl
tie up , and jlnce then haveusnl nearly two
more , and they are the only positive , sure cure
f ° f " randdrspepjla complaint I have ever
tried : they have cured me completely , and to
day I am as heilthy as any person can be.
"umay use my name , if you see propper. as
It may be the means of inducing others to try
yonrdUeovery and be cured , for good health is
* " " " " " .8 . * ? ; ? J ' 7pnr Friend. MRS.
Mrs. Dnltl Smith.of Concord , N. H. , afflicted
with weaknes. , pain In the lungs , shoulders.
& ? ' ? 0Ierthe ° r . restless at night , aTd
f ? ' 5lntr fee"Dg " 11 the time , writes .
. , ? , . BAZIEH Derslr : Ireccited tbe Bottle
pi Bitters you sent me by express , and I hate
Uk5n.ihe wH ° Ia of " an u n" d ° n" we more
good than all the medicines I hate eter taken ,
and I hate taken more or less for ten years. I
thought I could get I hem from our druggists.
but they do not yet hate them. I could hate
sold 23 bottlsif I could bate got them. I
think you might hate a good sale lor your bit
ters here. I want you to send me 6 bottles for
5 dollaas , the price you adtertise. Send quick
as you can , by eipres. , C. O. D. It Is the best
medicine 1 ettr saw. From your rae t grate
ful friend MRS. DANIEL SMITH , ttrlcord.
* " * " ir U. BOX 5S2.
Consuinptiyes Bead.
- Slr : I a ° lakfnz your
Beet Bitters , they have done me a great deal of
good. They hate cured my cough , and I f.-el
another rtM , , , Yours truly , BARNEY CAIN ,
/ , < . . ! letter
f.riiir. ' . . iniirACiiHTCAS8 BSTIL
\.f\ : > . r ' 'suti rA Sir : Tha first 1m-
- ! - > . . "ni. r . ' : ni been restored from
3. . . u. i i ( ; : : > i , is trratltude fo the
iTi..h * -d i.ua I was afflicted oter two
y jwlm'te n uiyrd and face. Ihad
' . = -u hitu.te ii.ttle o' Fenton's San > apa-
ii I aau < cr ' - > a remedies , but could get
" -isir- < > . .ii i uy C3 > , until about two
.u'.B'.b" ,1 i vjcuivvrsr * taking Root Bitters ,
wMoi a * * uj HI * . fU-l I think It nothing
mi " haii i > v vc-i Ibcotery toacknowl-
f.- . . : ut h , in My : : has used your Bitters
or , tri : iiii > . ' . tr t'lich she has been Doc-
j.m. l.ii < > ' " ' . ' 4' . in J could find no relief ,
> j.i iikin air I taking them. They hate
l > /i i 1 1. -.ii ifure In her case. 1 hite
. ier r J HIM 'ii . ! ofthe Cleveland Post Office
jtvriij L : ttenarrler for eleven years.
I can tro ° .y id honi-t'y recommend your Root
Bitters to etery person , suffering with Salt
Rheum , ( Tetter ) Chronic Rheumatism , Scrof
ula or any kind ot Humor In the Blood , at one
of Ike llimttt Cure * .
G. W. UPTON.
Cleveland Ohio.
If your Drucgist or storekeeper don't have
the Bitters , ask him to order them lor you.
CATAIUIII CDUEO.
ME. FRAZIER I wish to inform you , what
your medrcine has done for meI was afflicted
with Catarrh in its worst forms for many years.
I tried various medicines recommended by
Physicians , which proted but a tempoary re
lief. By the advice of a lady who was cured
of this same dlseate by your Root Bitters , I
procured one half dozen bottles and they hate
accomplished a perfect cure in my case. Be
lieving that thousands are dragged out of a
miserable existence from the eflectof Catarrh.
I cheerfully recommend your Root Bit. era to
all who are similarly aSected.
MISS. AMELIA BRAMT.
Buena Vista , But'er Co. , Pa.
Retail trade supplied by C. F. Goodman ,
wholesale agent Omaha Nebraska.
Nebraska.IvlSdlwlr
IvlSdlwlr
KEARNEY'S
IFLUID-EXTBACl
BUCHU
The only known remedy for !
HEIGHT'S DISEASE ,
And a posltire rare for
Grout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Xeii
Youa Dphility , Dropsy ,
tfon-reteal Ion or Incontinence of Urine , Irri
tation. Inflamiation or Ulceration of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
SPERMA TORRHCBA ,
Loucoei o ? or Whites , Diseases of tbe Prostrate
Gland. 3.one In the Bladder. Colcul ut ,
OR BRICK DCSTt DE
POSIT.
And Mucus or Milky .Discharges.
KEARNEY
Extract Bucim !
Pbrmanently Cnrc all IDIseases'of the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropaical
Swellings ,
Existing In Men , Women and Children ,
No Mailer What the Age !
. Steele "On bottle cf '
Prof. says : * Kearney's
Fluid Extract Buchu Is worth more than all
> ther Bnchus combined. "
Price one dollar per bottle ; or , slx > ottbs or
ive dollars.
Depot 104 Duane'St , , N , Y ,
Anhysidan in attendance to answer cone *
xjndence and give advice gratis.
sa-Send stamp for pamphlets , free.M
Crane & Brigham Wholesale Agents. San
rrandsco. CaL
a Bwi
ML KeUer ,
Proprietor of tb
RISING SUN
AND
LOS ANGELES
TDfEYRDS.
Depot for the sale of hia
NfATIVE WINES
AND
& Co. ,
Garner ol Battery end Waiblagtoa St * .
AM FRAKCU - . ; CAi ,
DON'T '
USTJL IfOC
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTHcl IBTSW
LOW RESERVOIR
0
Quick and Easv.
and Clean.
They are cce i pest to buy ,
' They are best , to use.
Ther bate evenly and quickly.
Their deration is perfect ,
I They hare always a good draft ,
; They are made of the bestniaterlal
They roast perfectly ,
I They require but Utile fuel ,
They are Tery low priced ,
They are easily managed.
They are suited to ail localities ,
* * * / stoveguaranU'ed to give satisfaction
SOLD BV
Excelsior Man'f ? ; Co. ,
ST. il 'I ' { , . .
\U ft
M , ROGSKS.
Or SKgar-Coaied , Concentrated ,
Boot and Herbal Jalco , Autl-
BUlons Granule * . TiIEMI.rrri :
GIANT" CATHARTIC , or SZultam
1M Parvo Physic.
The norelty of modern Modlcai. Chealcal lad
Pharmaceutical Science. No ate of any loncet
taking tha large , repulsive and nauseous pilU ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bulky Ingredients ,
when we can by a careful application of chemical
science , extract all the cathartic and other aedl-
: inal properties from the most valuable roots ann
hcrbj , aad ronrentnto them tate a olnatc Graa-
ale. veartt'ly larger than a mustard
iced , that can be readily awallowed by thee ol
.ho mostsenaltivo Komachs and fastidious taatca.
JicnliutePurKntivo FelletrepraenU , Ina
moat concentrated fora , ai mncK cathartic power
BS la embodied in any of the lar vj pills found ( be
tale la tha dreg shop * . From their wonderful ca >
Mrtlc power. In prtnortioa to their size , peopl *
who have not tried them en. apt to enppote ttat
icy arc hana or drvtlc in effect , bat euch la not
At all the case , Jie different active medlctul prla-
clplcs of which they am composed being ao car.
rnonlzed and moUlicd. one by tha other * , as to
produce a mont searcliliiv and thor
ough , vet KontlyandliluUlyopcratliig-
cat hart I : .
SOO Reward Is hereby offered ty the pro.
pnctor of .tieso PcIlcU , to any chemlrt who ,
upon analysis , fill find in them an > Calomel or
other form * of mcrcory 01 any other miners !
poison.
Bclnf ? entirely vcsrctablc.nopartfcnlar
care -cquired while Uoinjj them. They ouo-
rate without diatnrbanco to tlio conctltntlon. diet ,
or occupation. For Jaundice , Headache *
Constipation. Impure Rlood , 1'otu
In the Shoulder * , TljrlTtiiem * of tbo
ChCMt , DizziucsH , Sour ructatlon
ol the Stomach , Had Intto lit
uionth , Bilious attacks , Pala lu
region ot Kidney * , Internal Fover.
nioated foellUK about Stomach ,
Iluith of Blood to ilcad , Illaij. Col
ored Urine , Uimocln llity an a.
Gloomr ft'orcbodliixa , taka l > r
Plerce'a Plcaxaiit 1'u reatlvo Pellcu.
In crplannllon of the remedial power of my Pur
gative I'eMcU over so prcat a Ta.-lety of dl eif es ,
I wish toraythat their action upon the
animal economy Is tin Ivor Hal , iiotw
Rlaiid or tla uoc cupluR their baua.
tlve Imprcwt. A o does not Impair thcmi
their pngar-coatim aiid being enclosed la gb-
bitilcs pre erril'ielrvirtueunimpaired for anr
Ier.i hortimc. iinyciniate.8othavthcyaro ! if- ,
ways fresh aud rclmble. which. U not the euro
Rith the pill * fonnd in the dry storepnt np la
cheap wood or pa te-bcflpl boses. Kccollctt that
fire1 ! diee3"C3 where a , nxatiTC , A1 tern-
( ire or I'ur atlvo ! indicated. theH > litU ?
Pcik-tj mh ci\e the most perfect eatlafacliCQ to
all who line them.
They are ffold. by all cntevprlalne
Druggl01-5 cents a battle.
Do not allow any dmc st to induce yoi ia
take anything el > that iiq may ear is just as
Rood a my Pcllcto bccac o ha makes a Un-et
profit oa that which ha recommends. Jf your
druTglst cannot vupply them , enclose 23 cenu
andTreccive them ny retnrnniailfrom ,
B. r. riExcjc , or. x > . . ivopv.
EUITALO. N. f.
ASK FOE PYLT81
SALERATUS !
AND -
SODA
I * I3NT TJSU
Meyer A Raaoke and Whltnrj
Banserman 4 Co.
OBSTACLES to F/IARRI / AGE ,
HAPPY RELEIF FOR YOUNG MEX from
the effects of Errors an/I Abuses In early life
Manhood Restored. Impedimenta to MarriaW
Removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedlm. Boots and Circulars
sent free , In sealed envelopes. Address , HOW
ARD ASSOCIATION , 413 North Ninth St. .
Philadelphia , Pa. , an Institution having a high
reputation for honorable conduct and profess
slonal skill. _ 3dAw3m
CASTLE BROS. ,
_ IMTQRTER3JJOF
TEAS
AND
East India , Goods ,
313 and 313 FttO.YT STREET
San Francisco California.
mchS'm
PLATTE VALLEY
REAL ESTATE !
Samuel C , Smith ,
Local Agent for tha
U. P. B. B. LAm > St
Columbus , . 2131 ? ,
Government Lands Located I
U. P. Lands Sold !
Improved Farms and Town LoU Ior
CASH !
-OR
ON LONG-TIME ! !
J9"A11 Communications Cheer
fully Answered
diaries IFoppor ,
WHOLESALE BUTCHER
Hit CATTI.K BROKER ,
SALT LAKE crrr , - - TJTA.
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