Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 15, 1874, Image 3

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    . GW. . HOMAN , Sr. ,
[ /Offers for Ibe necessities of the public , a
First-Ciass Hearse aM Carriages ,
J.All orders promptly a tended to by leaving
f them at Cur. l.iilinml Harner Sts. acJStf
13th St. , bet. Farnham and Hamcy.
All kinds of TAILOKING , CLEANING and
REPAIRING doneatnawmr'ilflratM
nprtfitf
TEEITSCHKE & CO. ,
GROCERS
p. - Ans ! ( Icncral Frorislo i Dcnlers ,
B. WCor. . Jackson and 13th fits- ,
K -ep a superior stock of Groceries , Provisions ,
| Wines , Liquors and Cigars , and sell cheaper
f * than anr other house in Omxha. jy3 3m
-JIATH & HANSEL ,
IVlioleBAle Dealer * in'LeafTobacco ; ,
Manufacturers of
CIO- . IR , S ,
AND DEALER IN
fTobaccoi Pipes , &c , , &c ,
103 FAKXHAX ST. ,
Bet-IOth Allth ,
J Oxxx AJta. , , tRToto *
ectltt.
P. GLYNN
TVTIOLESALK JIND RETAIL DKITSS IN
Wines , Liquors , Segars ,
TOB\C 0 AND PIPES.
BB-Callforala Wines and Brandles. KW
Corner of 15'h and Doljje streets , opposite the
new Post Office buiUin : . Umaha. Nebe25tf )
Practical Watchmaker ,
171 Farni > m , 8. .Oor. llth St.
i * OMAHA . . NEB
J , ROBINS ,
137 n'larti St. , bet. 9 h and 10tb ,
( Opposite lice Office. )
\ LOANED ON WATCHES , JEWelry -
MONE\ Ac. Clothing bought and sold.
J)7Jlru
Oitv Meat
Keo t rtlonbanJ |
LARGE SUPPLY OF
MUTTOX.
l ) ULTUY ,
WASTE
AND
33 C333 . V. IB X 353 d
QTJEALEY'S
P. Soap 3PactoryI
Situated on the line of the Union Pacific
Railroad , near the powder house. Manufac
tures first-class soap lor home consumption-
Iune24-lv
ar.
GENERAL AUCTIONEER ,
Cor. IGtb and Dodge Sts.
Prompt attention Riven to sale * of household
furniture , s'ore gixxls , horses , catie ! , etc. , either
at store or owner's re Id nce. Real Estate at
public or private sale. aucSldtf
JACOB CISS ,
361 Karnham 81. . Bet. Uth & I5Ui
VIGTORH.COFFMANM.D. ,
Physician 1 Surgeon ,
241 Farnham Street ,
Over Ish's Drug store.
tILK , CASHilEBE , AND ALPACA SUITS
For sale end made to order ,
P. M. FAL1.01T ,
263 Dodge , bet. 14th and 15tb streets.
OMAHA. NEBRASKA.
TO Tilt
NERVOUS & DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
NOOHAEQE FOB ADVIOE AJTD COH-
8ULTATl < m.
T\R J. B. DYOTT , graduate of
Jefferson Medical College , Pbiladel-
author of several valuable
S | Jan be consulted on all dls *
eases of the Sexuul and Orinary or
gans , ( whicU lie has made an es
pecial study , ) cituor ju male or fe
male , no matter from what cause
original ingor bow long standing
A practice of 30 years enables him
to treat diseases jvith success. Cures
guaranteed. Charges reasonable.
Those at a distance can forward let
ters describing symptoms and en
closing stamp to prepay postage.
jQrgend for the Guide to Health.
Price lOc.
J. B. DY01I1 , M'V-
Physlcion and Surgeon , W * JDuaue
street , X. T.
PASSENG-K.BS
Going East or South from Omaha
IntaonU. P.B.R. , houtt take the
'LINCOLN KOUTE "
Via The
ATCHISON & NEBRASKA
And t ecnre lor thrnueir" * th choli * of Six
> Popular- Spates from
AUhlsoa to Chicago and St. Lonls ,
All making Reliable Anections and being
Shipped with Palace Dar a i Bleeplcs ; Cm.
All delay and inconvenience arrivlnc from
Ferries atd transfer * can ba avoided Wetft of
Chicago and St. Louis by securing Tickets Tia
> TCHI8O3f and th * ATCm.VCf *
KCBRASKA RAILROAD.
Direct and Reliable Connections are also made
with the A. T. & S. i' . JL R. for the
t Arkansas Tallcj Colorado ,
And with " lines running South to points In
Houthm Xansa * and iho Indian Territory.
, . * sk lor Ticket i Tia
ATCHISOW
MISS SYLVESTER.
Mrs. Vanderpool , a millionaires'
wife , and a Lady Bountiful in her
Way , had taken half a dozen of us
down to her lake shore residence lor
a few weeks.
We were scattered about the cool
parlors , talking society gossip and
enjoying the breeze that swept up
through the long open windows from
the lake.
"I wonder , " spoke Mrs. Vander
pool from her corner , where she was
watching us all in a pleased , satis-
lied sort of way , ' ! wonder what
has happened to Col. Qilbrath. I
invited him down here , and he
wrote me a note thanking me , but
saying he was a restless spirit , find
ing no relief except in constant ex
citement and change , and his pres
ence here would but cast a elooin
over my party , so he must decline.
I have been trying to read the puz
zle ever since. He used to be one
of the most brilliant and gay men
in society. Does any one know
what has happened to him ? "
There was bllence for a moment ,
and then Burt Forney , who had
been sitting on the piano stool ,
turning the leaves of a music-book ,
idly wheeled his handsome length
slowly around , and answered : "I
think I know , Mrs. Vanderpool.
Col. Gilbrath was out at his sister's ,
Mrs. Delamos' , this last spring and
stayed two or three months. I saw
him when he first came back to
town , and he looked five years older ,
and all his gay spirits were gone.
I found out by a few things he said ,
that he had been jilted by some wo
man , or made a fool of in some way.
He is terribly cut up by the affair ,
the more fool he. "
" Col. Gilbrath is the last man I
would imagine victimized by a co
quette , " spoke the soft voice of Car
rie Vanderpool our hostess' gentle
daughter. "He never seemed to
like such women it is strange he
should have placed himself in the
power of one. "
Only the summer before we had
fancied Col. Gilbrath's attentions to
the gentle Carrie would ripen into
an engagement. We all knew she
favored him , and wo had thought
he was in earnest. The knowledge
that another woman had made
wretched the man she loved , must
have jarred upon the girl's tender
heart.
"Ah , but men do not always
know coquettes at sight , " some one
answered. "They wear various
disguises. "
Burt Forney laughed , a short , con
temptuous laugh peculiar to him
" I never saw one of them 20 dis
guised I could not detect her yet. ' '
Ho said , " I have no pity for a man
who gets fooled by a woman. It
serves any fellow right who is deu-
ed idiot enough to go blindly into
the snare sot for him. "
"But If tbo snare is baited with
tender looks and sweet smiles just
such as honest women give to men
they love how is a man to suspect ? "
"There is a difference always , "
Burt said , decidedly. ; 'Any man
who .keeps his eyes open will see it.
No won } an could be actress enough
to deceive me wjtli pretences. "
" But as good and' wfsp men have
been deceived , " spoke Carrfetsoftly ,
"Perhaps ! as wi&e in other
things , but not in coquette loie I
have iqt ) lived for twenty-seven
years and studied , human nature
without learning some few tilings.
I have seen women making foqjs qf
men scores of times , when their
game was as easy to read as print.
J. have had coquettes try their arts
upon me , but I met them on their
own grounds aiifj amused myself ,
with private theatricals , flj- gave
them the cold shoulder as the mood
seized me. I never feel in the least
danger of their wiles. Any man
who is not lacking in sound com
mon sense is never depeiyed by a
woman. "
"J beg your pardon for interrupt
ing , Mr. Forney , but you will be so
kind as to hand me my scarf from
tEe "piano. This wud } is a little
chilly. "
It was Miss Sylvester who spoke.
Miss Svlvester was Mrs. Vander-
pool's latest acquisition. She bad a
way of picking up rare people or
what seemed rare tocher as geolo
gists pice up rare "specimens , " and
bringing them borne with her. Miss
Sylvester she had captured a few
weeks before , while off with a party
at some mountain resort , and had
made him promise to join her in
July at the "Lake Castle , " as she
called her residence. She had been
with us two or three days only.
Something pf a beauty and consid
erable of an heiress , but so reserved
the gentlemen were all afraid of
her , and the women thought her
"stiff. * '
This evening she was looking
very beautiful and cold In some
white frosty dress that exposed her
neck and arms. Burt Forney , or
Beau Burt as many called the hand
some , dashing , fascinating egotist ,
picked up thp elegant scarf lying
in a careless heap of sparjet beauty
upon the piano and with almo&t
awed politeness , approached the
hauchty beauty. "Allow me , " he
said , and dropped the tcarf about
her snowy shoulders She looked
up , with her glorious ( lark eyes ,
the only thing about her that was
not cold. Her hair was dead gold
not a warm , living hue about it.
Her face colorless and cold , her
mouth proud and almost freezing in
its hatpur ; but her eyes were dark
and lustrous , and full of southern
fire and passion. It was not often
their full splendor blazed on inslg ?
niticant man. Her gaze was usually -
ly speraingly fixed upon some object
or objects several degrees above and
beyond the uranjums of male bipeds
even when she condescended to
converse with them. J > ut she Hashed
the whole glory of the dark orbs full
in Burt Forney's face Just forp one
second and then dropped them
again as she said "Thank you. "
Mr. Forney went back to his seat
and his discussion , but he was think
ing how very beautiful Miss Sylves
ter WfSf when she lifted her eyes.
He had not gjvej } much thought to
this fair icicle.
His indolence forbade his atr
tempting to unbend haughty beau
ties so long as there were scores of
loygly creatures waiting lor his
smiles. But that one glanceof Miss
Sylvester had aroused his interest.
"I believe she Is a'woman with a
history , " he mentally decided.
"Such a cold face , and yet those
eyps have fire in them. "
He appealed to Miss Sylvester , in
his discussion , for her opinion.
"Indeed , " she answered quiet'y ,
"I hardly know whatl think. It is
a subject I never gave any thought
J have always supposed flirts to be
sort of CJrces : very easy to be recog
nized ) anti dangerous only when
approached. If rhen avoided them
they were safe ; but once 'in' { heir
presence , their fascinations lured
men on to destruction. But I never
supposed they could bo mistaken
w'jieu seen , they are so unlike well ,
so unlike the rest of us. "
"And In what did you suppose the
difference consisted ? " asked some
one.
one."Oh , I scarcely "know ; I have
tjjpught so little about it. Only I
have seen coquettes , acknowledged
to be so ; who were very gay , dash
ing , brilliant in their manners , and
seemed to endeavor to fascinate
men by their conversation and ap
pearance ; seemed anxious to attract , '
f ' * " T
>
and would even make advances ;
they were usually highly accom
plished and beautiful ; I supposed all
coquettes to be like them. "
"And I cannot fancy Col. Gil
brath ensnared by such a woman , "
spoke Carrie thoughtfully. ' 'He ab
horred boldness or dash in a
woman , above all things , and noth
ing won him like modesty. I can
not explain the report satisfactorily
to my mind. "
"Let us have some music , "
Mrs. Vanderpool said suddenly
glad to change a subject she knew
to be painful to Carrie. "Gertrude ,
will you favor us ? "
'I.beg you will not urge me , dear
madam , " Miss Sylvester answered ,
earnestly. "You know that I do
not often play , save for my own
amusement I would be pleased to
listen.bo\vever ; Mr. Forney , I be
lieve , is an accomplished musician.
He is already in position. I think
he would play if we urged him , Mrs.
Vanderpool. "
She flashed hef eyes up into his
face again , with that peculiar , half
appealing , half haughty glance , and
she almost smiled.
Mr. Forney needed no further
urging , but bowing , turned to the
instrument and dashed off * some
brilliant air with variations.
Mr. Forney was sufficiently inter
ested to make some inquiries of Mrs.
Vanderpool later in the evening
concerning Miss Sylvester. "Who
is she ? " he queried , "and do you
know her history ? lam sure she
has one ! "
Mrs. Vanderpool only knew that
Miss Sylvester was the adopted child
of an old school friend. She had
found her up at some mountain re
sort , with a party of friends ; dis
covered her connection , and invited
her down here. Knew her to be an
heiress and a beauty but nothing
further. "She is very reserved and
cold , but I think it would pajr one
to study her out , " added Mrs. Van
derpool , who was something of a
inatckinaker withal.
Mr. Forney thought so too. Ac
cordingly ho asked permission to es-
coitMiss Sylvester on a little picnic
that was planned for the following
afternoon. But Miss Sylvester had
thought she would remain at home ,
and write some letters that after
noon , instead of accompanying the
party , so she declined with thanks.
The party went off , but Mr. For
ney strolled off" bird-hunting half
an hour before. He would make
an odfj one in the party there were
complete couples without him. He
came home in an hour or two , and
beard bewildering strains of vocal
and Instrumental music proceeding
from the parlor. He entered softly.
It was Miss Sylvester he found seat
ed at the instrument. "And pray
why did you decline to play-last
evening , " he asked. "It was cruel
when you possess so much talent
and skill. "
"I do not like to play to people
often , " Miss Sylvester answered
coldly. "They praise me too much.
I do not enjoy their admirationj so
I keep my musio for myself. "
"But you will play for me ? " Burt
said softly , a feeling of awesome ad
miration for this strange glorious
creature filling his heart "I will
not praise you and I will keep my
admiration all to myself. But I
wj&h you would play , and sing
again. "
She did so , and Burt leaned over
her entranced. But he only said
"Thank you. I hope you will re
peat this favor some time , " when
she finished.
' The next day urt saw her stray
off * to the shore , and he took a round
about course , and reached the nook
a moment after she did. He did
not dare tell her that he followed
her , so he feigned surprise at finding
her tjrpt ' ! beg pardon for in
truding. I came down to have a
half hour's exercise in this quiet
nook , as I often do , but will not dis
turb you longer. "
31 } bt Continued )
The Sloni City ana racmo ilaliroan ,
Xa Connection vlth th *
SIOUX CITY & ST , PAUL
RAILROAD ,
Is 02 milts the shortest route from Omaha
and Council Bluffs to St. Fan ] , Mlneapolls ,
Stillwater , Anoka , Dulnth , Bismarck , and all
points In Minnesota.
Train Icayea Omaha dally , ( ezcep Saturday )
at 6 o.clock p. m. , and Council Bluffs at 8:05 : p-
m. , from Chicago A. North-Western Depot.
Fare as LOW and lime as QUICK as
by any other Line.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
ON ALL NIGHT TRAM.
Be sure your ticket reads VIA Sioux City ,
thus avoiding circuitous routes and midnight
transfers.
Tickets cm l.e pqrchiued at the offices of the
Chicago 4 Northwtitern Hallway ID Omaha
and Council Bluffs.
J a BOYDEN ,
Gen'l Pass. A Ticket Agf St P. & S. C. R. B.
SI Paul , Minn.
F. C. HILL ,
Gen'l PASS , and Ticket Agt , S. C. & P. , Sioux
Cjty.lo a. " *
QEO. W. GBATTON , Agent.
1C3 Farnham Street , Omaha , Neb.
. If. r '
Schneider & Burmester *
Manufacturers ot
TIX , COPPER AND SHEET IRON
WARE. DEALEB8 IN
Cooking and Heating Stores. / -
Tin Hoofing , Spouting and Gutter'-ig don
short notice and ic the best inaaner.
] ilt en trwt secUM dl f
U , P , R , R , K/IEAT / MARKET ,
IGth street bet California and Webster.
KEEP ON HAND THE BEST
WE
supply of FRESH AND SALTED
MEATS. Also a larce stock ot Fine Sugar
ureJ llama and Breakfast Bacon , f the low-
it rates. WM. AHST A KNUTH ,
inylf47 ' Proprietors.
STOVE STORH3.
E. F. oook ; ,
637 14th St. , betvita Dongl'u !
inufacturer of Tii Copper aiM.6heet Irori
W re , and dealer In "
Cooking and Heating
Stamped , Japanned and French War on
and. Tin Roofing , Gutters nd Sjiouting and
Work 'lone and warranted. '
Established 1858-
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
C33 & 50 FoBTteentb Street ;
( Office op stalrt. ' ) Omatu , Nebraska.v.Otrriagta
and Baggies on hand or made to orders
N. B. Particular attention paid to Repair
nz. aprts-U
BTBOS BXCD. _ LEWIS 8. BEXO
BTBQN REED & G |
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Ageffiby
* *
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- .IN NEBRASKA ,
a complete Abstract al Title to'i
Estate InjOaalu asd DouflM outYV
Money and Commerce.
Daily Heview.
OFFICK OMAHA DAILY UKK , I
October 14 , 1874. f
The money market is firm , and
busines good at the banks ; the sup
ply of currejcy is light , and consequently
quently there is little discounting ,
although the ofierings are heavy.
Checking is brisk , but deposits for
the past few days have been lighter
than at any time during the sea
son.
TUB FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Land Greats Celling ) . § 825.00
Laud Warrants , (160 ( acres
buying ) . 176.00
Land Warrants (160 ( acres
selling ) . 185.00
Agricultural College Scrip ,
( ICO acres buying ) . 176.00
Do _ Se'liiig. . 185.00
Exchange on New York , 1-5 of one
per ct.
In the commercial market we
have a decidedly active trade
through all general lines , both
among the wholesale and jobbing
merchants.
No change In quotations.
OMAHA MARKETS.
Caretuujr v/orrected Daily
DRY GOODS.
j. J. BROWN & BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas street.
PRINTS.
Aliens
American. . .
Ainoskcag .
Bristol
I la rail to a . ,
Merriiuack D
Peabody. . .
Richmond . .
' . . . . . . .
Simpson's „ * * * * * * * * * * * * " * * * * *
BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
Senate 4-4 .
Boot Q . _ „ . . . „ _
Cabot 4.4 - . .
Lonsdale . -
N. Y. Mills -
Peterboro- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suffolk L. . . . . .u . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _
BLEACHED SHEETINGS.
Pepperell 8-4
do 9-4 _ „
do 10
Farmers and Mechanics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Great Western . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BROWN SHEETINGS.
Albion , A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bedford. R .
Grantviile , EL'
Germania , B B. . . . . . . . . .
Langley. . . . . . . . . . . . .
L. Ia . .
GINGHAMS.
American. . .
Bates .L
Lncaster..MH..HH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
TICKINGS.
Amogltesg. a c - , _ , _ _
Biddelord. . . . - _ . . _ . . _ . . . . . . _ . 17-x j0
DENIMS.
Amosfceag . . . . „ _ . .
Bearer Creek , B B. . . . _ . . . . ,
Ha7makers..M. . . . . . .
Otis , B B. . . . _ . _ . „
Otis , C C . . . . . . _ . . . . .
JEANS.
Biddeford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hoasier. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preferred . . . . . . . „ . . „ . . . . .
YANKEE NOTIONS.
KHBTZ MOHK & co.7 231 Farnham
Street.
Clark's 0. N. T. . . , . . . . . . . .L 70
Coat's . . . . . . . . . . . . i-L-.i-i. 70
Merrick's . . . . . . - 42i
HOSIERY. .
Domestic. . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 WgZ 00
British. . . . . . . . . . . _ _ S OC@6 00
Merino . $ 2 25a2 50
Vi'ool . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . S 75a4 00
Children ; ) fancy hoge. . . . . _ 75a3 00
PAPER'COLLARS.
Dickens * best. . . . . . . . . . . . . _ $ 90
King William 1 1 S5
White WiDg. . . . _ . . _ . , : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 80
Comet - . _ . . _ . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . _ 2 60
SHAWLS.
Ottoman strips. . . . - „ „ $2 25QO 50
6HIRTU.
White common. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 50
' medium..1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
< cuBtom made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SO 00
Jean. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 12 00
Satinet. . . . . _ . -5. . _ - . . 15 60
Casctmere. . . . . . . . . . . - , . . . . . . . . . . . . 18aS6 03
Blue FIanuel.i - . 18a24 03
S. OVEBALL8.
Brown drlll.f. 56 50a7 25
' dnck. . . , . . , . . _ . . . . 7 75a9 00
Blue drill . . . .M > . - . . . . . . . > . . . . . . . 7 00a7 50
' duck . „ . . - . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . 8 00a9 50
White ' _ S OOaS 50
? COSSETS.
French whalebone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5 25aS 00
Hip Gove. . . . : . " . . . . . . . . . . . _ „ . . . . . . 6 00
Dove. . . . . . . . . . . „ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 9 00
H. S. Embel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - 18 00
f SKIRTS.
Bal Skirfs. . . . . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . ' . 12 08
Felt . . : ; . ! ? . . . _ 15 00
tiYARNS. .
Balmoral Yarn , all colors , per Ib. . . . . . SI 60
Germantown Wool , " . . .81 7032 05
Saxony Yarns , per box _ . * 2 15
MIxedYarng . . . _ 90al 00
White - 1 00
* 'T * '
GENERAL COMMISSION.
\
? U. KOSENFELD glVGS US UlC
following quotations this day :
Potatoes , 90@S1 00 per bushel :
Butter , prime 2530c ; Butter , good
2025c ; Butter , cooking 10@16c ;
Eggs , 20c per doz ; Live chickens
' 250@2 75 ; Lemons , 14 00 per box.
OYSTERS
" \V. \ B. & Co. Select , 65 ots per
can ; Standard 55 ots per can ; Medi
um 45 cts per can ,
JOHN T. EDQAB.
TOON.
MI 4
Horse shoe IMI . . . . . . . . .
rOf1.imtnlim.t nMimn..m 1 1 4
STEEL.
Cast plow. . . . . . > . . . . . . . . 12
Germon..M . . . . . . . .MMM. . . . . mmnm-ii 11
American cosn , octagon and square. . 18@ 22
Jeis'Ip' ' 'Emjlsh ? ijp do . . . 259 * °
Burden' * norse shoes , per keg. . . . . , . . . " " 7 25
do mule do do . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 25
Northwestern horse nails - - 22a 23
Dundee thimble skeins , discount 45 per cent.
Stor half patent axles , discount 10 per cent.
NAILS.
d to 604 per K6 . . . _ . „ „ . . . . . „ _ . 4 10
8 < i dp . . . . _ _ _ , _ _ 4 85
6d do _ „ . _ „ . 4 60
44 - do „ . , _ , , r- _ , „ . „ . 4 85
3d do . , ,11-1111 , . . . . . . . , , , n--ni 5 10
3d Bne do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 10
lOd Snis'ng do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 25
8d do do . . . . _ . . . . . _ . . „ . . _ . . . 5 60
6d do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 5 85
jn.1 easing do . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 85
8d do u6 M. . _ . . . 5 JO
6d do do . . . . . M . .M. . M. " 35
\yroujjht , a } ! sizes. . . , . , . , , - 6 85
BOLTS.
Carriage and tire , . . . ; . . . . 4iscoqpt 78 pr c
BUTTS.
Narrow wrought , fast joint discount 30 pr c
Cast , loose pin roTer ible. . . do 35 do
MISCELLANEOUS.
Hay and tnanure forks. . . . . .dlscount 30 pr c
Hoes and garden rakes. . . . . . do 25 do
HINGES.
Strap and T . . dliconnt 25prc
WRENCHES.
Tail's black _ _ _ discount 65 pr c
Coe'a linmitatlon. . . do 45 do
Coe'a gpHftnpt1lt-.t | , dQ 20 d&
SCREWS.
American Iroa. . . n.- . . _ 45prc
do b Abi.MH.M. . . . . .MMfM. 4Qprc
AaBICULTOtfAIi XMTJ MENTS.
SCTTBK8.
H Holt's Ha. > eatlOngper do. , net 12 00
Champion . M. . . . * * . . . . . * * W. . . 9 00
Hcald's Eureka. . , . . , . . . . . , , , . . . 11 00
do red . „ . „ . _ . . „ . . - 800
SPADES AND SHOVRLS.
Rowland's No 2 black shOTels , D H 12 00
do do polished do do 13 00
do do black spadea do 12 00
Moore do polished do do 13 00
do'a "spring point" L H ahorels 13 50
AXES.
LIppeccott sWestern Crown IS 00
dfi do do beTefod. . . 13 50
COFFEE MILLS.
Parkv'a No 3 , iron box _ , . „ . „ . „ rxct 6 25
do do 103 do . . 471
do do25 Union irch . . . . _ _ 11 00
eo do 35 do Britanla 18 00
' FILES.
Co. , discount 80 pr e
" "
IIAMMEltS.
Havdole's , A E N1 , l' , 2. . . .
Hammond's A E No 2. , . - . . . . . . 9 00
do"d o do i 1050
dc tniinter1 ! No 1 10 00
do do do 2 IS 60
do do do 3 . 14 00
HATCHETS.
Morris' shlugling.nu 1 . - t" * J
do do do 2 3 uO
do do do 3 - 9 COde
do claw do 1 7 50
dc o Io 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rf 5o
LEATHER.
Best Buffalo Sole , 1 ss/ajsc
do do . . . . . . i
Matamoras do Ao. 2 , 32c ; No. 1.35r-
Best Oak do . Q45c
Baltimore Oak bole. . . . . . . . ; r ; * *
French Ki.s S1 40@2 UO
do Calf , leading brands _ S.2 0 2 50
Domestic Kips. . . . . 31 OOyl 30
do Calf SI SSfcl.75
Hemlock Upper , per foot.
Oak do do
Grain do do
Liuings. per dozen 87 00@10 00
Toppings , do 811 W&H 00
Morocco ( Boot Leg ) per foot , 33g43o (
do ( Oil Dressed do . .S6 < iylOc
do ( Simon ) . S 100(3423 (
do ( Gluve Kid , ) . . . . . . . „ M 50&5 00
Welt Leather , per side , W OJ@7 00
Boot Webbing , per bolt 4-70c
Oak Harnsss Leather , " Pittsburgh" 45c
do do do No. 1 , 40@ ode
do do do > o. 2 , „ . . 3310e
Oak Line du .41 < < * 4Gc
Hamiock Harness Leather , No. 1 , .3Js40c (
do do do No. 2 , .37 < 339c
Hemlock Line do . . . .4l16c
Fair Bridle , pr side , SO 00@i7 00
Team Collars , per doz * 25 50 < $25 60
Sta e do do . . . . . . - - * XX
Scotch do do 830 00
Concord do do . .S33 UO
Collar Leathei ( Black ) per foot , 18@24c
do do ( Russet ) do „ IS&Xc
Patent Dash Leather. . . . . . . . . . . . . - . .Ioe
EOAFS
Powell & Co. , ooap monufacturere.
SapcPublico , 6 l-2@6 3-4 ; Savon
Republ.c , do. , Chemical Olire , 6 to
6 1-2 ; Palm , 551-4 ; German Mot-
led , 6 l-4a6 1-2.
ABT GOODS AND UPHOLSTERER'S
STOCK.
Benjamin B. Jones , Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art gooda ,
270 Farnham Street , fumiahe ? the
following quotations :
FRAME MOULDINGS.
Oil walnut mournings , one inch ,
per foot , 5c ; 2 inch lOc ; 3 inch 15c ;
polished walnut , 1 5nch 7c ; 2 Inch
15c ; 3 inch 21c. Berlin gilt , 1 Inch
615c ; 2 in h 12@30c ; 3 inch 18 ©
45c ; imitation rosewood and gilt , 1
iuch 6@10c ; 2 inch 1020c ; 8 inch
15@30c.
WINDOW SHADE8. *
*
Plain bands. G feet , all colors , per
pair , 1 50 ; ornamental bands , 2 00 ©
4 00 ; each additional foot , 75o per
pair.
REPPS.
Union ind all wool terry , per yard
1 60@3 ; 0 ; Imperial , plain and stri
ped , 2 50a8 00.
00.DAMASKS.
DAMASKS.
Union per yard , 1 50 ; all wool ,
2 Q0a3 00.
MATTRABSKS.
Husk , 4-4x6-2 , 4 Q0a5 00 ; straw ,
3 00a4 00 ; Excelsior , 3 50a4 60.
LUMBER.
RETATE. J4ST
, Sqblect to change of maiket wltnont >
WM. M. FOSTER ,
On U. P. B. R. irac < c bet. Tc irnnam ai.
u.
GEO A. HOAGLANL.
Joists , studding and sills , 20 it , and un
der . . . . . . $22 00
Over 2011 , each additional ft add'l 50
Fencing No l. . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . „ . l ? 00
do No 2. . . . . . . . . . . 21 00
1st common boards. . . . . . . _ . . . . . . 25 00
2nd do do . . . . . . „ „ . . 22 00
"A" stock boards , 10 and 12 inch. . . . . . . 5U 00
"B" do do do do . . . . . . . . 35 00
"C" do do do do . . . . . . . . . 30 00
1st clear , 1,1 % , lA&n&Z 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
1st clear celling % inch. . . . . . . . 35 00
2d do do % intb. . . . 32 50
1st dodo Y Inch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 60
2d do do J ! Inch . . . 27 50
1st clear siding. . . . . - . . . . . . . _ 27 CO
2d do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 26 00
1st common siding. . . . . 21 00
2d do do 20 00
A shingles . . . . .J 4 25
Extra No 1 shingles. . . . _ _ . . 3 CO
Common No 1 shingles . . . . . . . _ 2 00
Lath per 1000. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 3 JQ
D A H pickets cer 100. . . . . . . . . a 60
Square do do do " . . _ . . . . -
O G Batten per lineal "f r , _ \y. \
Rough do do do
Liberal discount on carload lots.
WINDOWS. CGIazed. )
35 per contoQ Chicago list.
DOORS , ( Wedged. )
25 pel cent 08 Cl tcago list.
BLINDS.
30 per cent off list.
White lime per bbi. . . . . . _ . _ . ? ! 75@2 00
Lonls vllle cement per bbl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 003 25
Plaster parla per bbl - . 3 50(33 ( 75
Plastering hair per bushel . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Tarred lolt - . - . „ - . _ . 4
Plastering boaT . , , . . , . - . . , 5 }
OILS. PAIJiTS , GLASS , &c.
N. I. D.8OLOMO1S.
KOBEBT 0. STEELL.
Coal OH _ . _ 5 18 I . lard oil , No IS " 951 00
White Lead , St. Loufc , Srtictljr Pure S
" " " " Fancy Bracds. . . . . .
Putty In Bladders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . .
" " Bulk . . . . „ . . . . . _ . . .
Enameld Glass , colors , sq.ft , . . . . . . . . .
Window Glasa 60 & c discount
TIN , SnEET-IKIJtf. 1YIRE , &C.
MILTON RQGEBS , COB. 14th &
FABNHAM.
PLATE.
10x14 1C , iRlr qnalitr . . . . . - 12 50
10x14 Ic , best quality . - . . . 15 00
10x14 IX do dp - 16 00
12x12 1C do dO - IS 50
12x12 IX do do . . . . . . . . - 16 60
14x20 1C do do . . . . . . . . . . 15 00
14x20 IX do do . . . - > . . . 17 00
14x20 IXX do do _ . . _ . . . _ . _ . 20 00
14x20 IXXX do _ . _ . - . 23 00
100 plate DC ( best quality ) . . . . . . . . . 23 00
100 plate DX , do do - 1350
100 plate DXX do do _ 16 60
100 plate DXXX do do . . . 19 50
Roofing 1C charcoal do do . . . . . . 14 60
Roofing IX do do do _ - . . 15 W
lOxlf iOefcko dp < } 9 - 12 00
20x23 | C charcoal rqofiuj. . . . . . . . . _ _ . . ' 27 00
20x28 1C charcoal roodng - . . _ . 32 00
e-ixl4 IX charcoal . . . . . . . _ . . . , . . 27 50
10x20 coke ( for butters ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . 20 60
BLOCKTJN
Large
Small pigs
Bar
JJINO ,
Sheet tin 25 t * - . .M . . * .
do do do ir- hall casks .
do do do In250n > caaks. . . .
Sheet 24 to 35 inches per sheet. . .
Tinners soldei ( extra refined. .
do do No. l. . . _
do do roofing. . , v
Ud metal-
SHEET IBON
First qualit Numbers to 24. . . ,
do dp do 2fi
do do do 28. . .
do do do 27-
Charcoal , both sides imothe
do No 24-
do do 26
do do 27.
Junlata.No. 24 . . .
doio 28 .
do do 27 . . . . . _
Kusjia perfect 7 to 12 . . . „
do No. 1 , stained . . . - .
I ss than lull bundles , add one cent.
"A"American imuiltat'n-Cnssla , U Nos.
Leas than full bundles , add one cent.
GALVANIZE1J.
GROCERIES.
ETEELE i JOHNSON 533-540 14TH ST.
CLARK & FRENCH CUB. FARNHAM AND
11 IB ST.
PUNDT , MEYER 4 RAAPKE , 212 FABN-
UVM ST.fHOLESALE DEALERS-
MORGAN A GALLAGHER , gOotani-
huni St.
WH1TNEV , BAUSEKMAN 4 CO. , 247
. Douglas St.
J. J. BKOWN < t BRO. , Cor. 14th and
Douglas Streets.
bUGARS.
Granulated pi It ) . . . . . . . .
Powdervd do
Cruaheil do
Refd cut loaf do
StmiJiird A do
Circle A do
ExtiaC do
Yellow C du
N O choice do
COFFEES.
Rio choice pr tt _ . . . - 23Ka24
do prime Uo . „ - . - . 2Ai'2K
do good du . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . - 22a 3
O G Jaya. . . . . - . . . . . . _ „ . . . - _ . . . . „ . - . 31a34
SYIIUPS. ,
Common pr gallon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S5n45
Goud do . . . _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60i G5
Choice do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 80
do N O moLisses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
lUn oou choice _ . . . . . . . . . . . . Ar& %
CAUDLES.
M Weak 4 Co. , . . -
fccl'ofer „ . . . . . . . . . . _ 19
fcOAP.
Missouri Vrliey. . . . . . . . _ 5 %
Kirk's Savon _ 6 > .
M. Weak A Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7a7j4
Schofer's German. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Kirk's standard. . . . . . . . . . . . 4i
do sterling 4a4 ;
PLUG TOBACCO.
Black goods , Western 48
do do Virginia SoaCO
do do Lorrilard's - 63aGO
Bright do do do C0a65
dj do Virginia 63-i < 3
Natural leaf - - < 5 >
DRIED FRUnS.
Southern Apples , per barrel- . SalO
Michigan " 12al2 }
New cunants 8oa
do prunes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14al4 > i
do German cherries , * 17
do bhckbcrrles A J 14
do raspberries _ . . . . . : fo
do raisius , per box. . . . . . „ . ' . _ . . . . _ . 3 60
1 do seedless raisins , per pound. . . . . . \/i
f
'
SAL1.
New In barrels - . _ . 52 70a2 85
do dairy. . . . . * 50a5 75
'
CANNED GOODS.
2ponndcanMyer'soyslerspcrcase..5l 25a4 50
1 do do do do do . . . 2 60a2 75
2 dc do William's do do . . . 4 00a4 75
2 do do peaches per case. . . . . . 5 50
3 do do do do 7 75a8 00
3 do do tomatoes do . 3 25a3 50
S do do do do . . . 5 00
Corn , Tropny per case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ( fl
do Winslow do . . 5 50
do Yarmouth do . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 50
Strawberries , do . _ 50a4 75
Raspberries , do . 6 23a5 50
Pineapples , do . 6 00
TEAS.
Oolongs , per pound _ 15a75
Young Hyson , per pound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40al 00
Gunpowder , do do . . _ 60al 25
FLOUR.
Bnow Flake , ( Wells & NIeman ) 4 50
Gold Dust . . . . . „ . . . „ . . . . . . . . . . _ 2 76
XXXXlQwaCity 3 00
California . . . . . 4 75a5 CO
BAGS.
'Qoauies , heavy weight.- . . _ l.e- }
.o light do
lips , four buohel
odee gunnies . . . .
iln DIMS , Anioskcg A
fo do Ludiow a
SPICES.
Nutmegs , Penang beatper pound lO
Clove i do do _ - ' .
Alspico do do . . . la--r
Cin&monbark do do & ' ? . ' ,
COLUMBLV EIVER SALMON.
J bbls. , 100 Va _ . . S 8
lib cans , per doz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 G0@ 2 2o
2 do do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 00
WHITE FISH.
No. 1 kits _ . S 1 25
Family In kit * - - - . . . . . . . . 00 1 20
% bbls . . . . . . . . . . 50(3 ( 700
Family In bbls. _ . _ 5 50@ G 10
MACKEREL.
Family , In kits 1 10@ 1 20
No. 1 , do „ 1 G0@ 2 00
Mess , do . . . . . . . . . . . _ . 3 00g ( 3 25 ,
Family , % H > ls 6 2o@ 6 50
No. 1 , d 9 00010 CO
Sardines , % boxes , 1G 50@17 00
CIGAES.
A. E. SIMPSON , Manufacturer. 532
15th Street.
H. Upinan . _ < $ M.5 00
Reconstruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 35 00
Grand Central . do 35 00
Universal. . . . . . . . . . do 40 09
Yara. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > do 4300
La Boquet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 50 00
Simou Pure . . . . . . . . . . _ do 60 00
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * . . . . . H. . . . do 75 CO
Yours Truly . . . . . . do C5 00
Gold Medal „ . . . . . _ do 50 00
La Espanola. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 60 00
Triple Crown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 75 00
Henry Clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 100 00
De Viller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 100 00
Y Viller..1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . do 100 00
1876. . . . . . do 75 00
CALHOUN MILLS FLOUR.
Wholesale depot 548 14th Street.
Half barrel sacks. . . - . . . 2 9C
CMcagOj Rock Island
and Pacific B , R ,
THE GRAND CENTRAL ROUTE FROM
OMAHA TO CHICAGO
AND THE EAST ,
Via Des Molnes , X/aTenport and Rock Island.
o
All Passenger Trains are equipped with the
\VCSTIKOUOUSK I'ATEKT AlB BBAXKS and
Miller's Patent Safety Platform and Coupler.
2 Fast Express Trains Leave Daily ,
onncctlng as follows :
AT DES MOINES with the Des Moines Valley
Railroad , for Oskaloosa , Ottumwa , Keokut
and St. Lonli.
AT GKINNELL with the Central Railroad of
Iowa , for all points north to St. Paul *
AT WEST LIBERTY with the Burlington ,
Cedar Rapfds & Minnesota Railroad , for
Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubnque A St.
Paul , At WILTON JUNCTION with the
South-Western r.ranch . , for Muscatlne ,
Washington and all points south.
AT DAVENPORT with the Davenport 4 St.
Paul Railroad for points north.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Western Union
Railroad (01 Freeport , Be.jit , Racine. Mil
waukee and all points in northern Illinois
and Wisconsin.
AT BOCK ISLAND with the Rocklord , Rock
Island and St. Louis Railroad for St. Louis
and points south.
AT ROCK ISLAND with the Peorla i Rock
Island Ralhoad for Peorla and points east.
AT BUREAU JUNG. , with branch , lor Hen.
rj-.Locere. Chiillcothe and Feoria.
AT LA SALLE with the Illinois Central Rail'
road for points nort hand south.
AT CHICAGO with aJl lines East , North aud
South.
THROUGH TICKETS to all Eastern cities ,
> la this line , can be procured , and any information
mation obtained , concerning points , at the
ticket office of the company , 128 Farnham St. ,
Omaha , and also at the principal ticket offices
along the line of the U. P. R. B.
BagTtrnKO Checked Ttjronglj to all
Principal Kaateru Points.
*
A.M. SMITH , H.TSIDDLE ,
Gen'l ' ' ' '
Pass'rAg't , Gen'l Sup't
Chicago. Chicago.
J. H. LACEY , a 8. STEVENS ,
Ticket Agent , Oen'l WcoUrn Agt
a25U Oioaca Omaha.
Sioux City & Pacific R , R ,
The Shortest aud only Direct
Route from
COUNCIL BLUFFS
St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
And all Points In
NOBTHEBN IOWA & MINNESOTA.
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS
On all night trains Tia this route.
CONNECTIONS.
1. At U. P , Transfer with Un Psdfjc
Railroad for Omahs.
2. At Council Bluff , with Kansas City , St.
Joe and Council Bluffs Railroad for St. Louis
and all points south.
8. At W.-sonrl Valley with the Chicago and
Northwestern railway foi Chicago and all
points east.
4. At Sloax City with Slour City and S
Paul , Illinois Central and DaVoU Southern
railroads. Steamers for Upper Missouri River ,
during navigation and with stages for all
points in the Northwett.
5. At Blair with Omaha and Northwestern
railroad for Omaha and Southern Nebraska.
6. At Fremont , Nebraska , wli the Union
Pacific railroad for all points west and the
Pacific coast.
7. At Wlsner with stages for Norfolk and all
points in Nqrtbem Kebrjjka.
J-'OiTfickea for tale In Chicago and North-
vestem Railway officer.
3TBe sm > your tickets read Tia 8. C. A P.
Railway.
L. BURNETT , ' Snp't.
F. C. HH.LS Gen. Ticket Ai-'t. ,
GEO. W. GRATTAN ,
, . .Ageat , Ooi&S.
CHICAGO & NJmHWES'N
ThaJPqpular Route Irom
O iv/E . EC
-TO-
Cliicago and the East !
AND THE
3Oiroot 3cl.oxi.to
TVWiiterloo.Fort
CrosHe/fralrleDn C'lilen. Wluoua ,
St. Paul , Dulntlt , JauMTllIe , Kmo-
nlia , Green Kay , Kucliio , Stevcn'n
Point , Wntrrtotvu , O hlfs i-'on
Du Lac. flloilUou and ailltrnuke .
It Being the Shortest and FListComnleted Line
Between
OMAHAandCHICAG-O ,
Constant tmprori-ments have taken place in
the way of reducing Grade , and placing iron
with Steel Kails , adding to its roiling stock
new and Elegant
DAT anil SLEEPING CARS
" Air Brake"
Equipped with the "Wi-atlughouse
and "Miller Platform , " establishing comturta-
ble and commodious Eating Houses , offering all
the comf iris ot traveling the age can produce.
Frou.X to lOFast Express Trains ruu each
way dally over tbo various lines of this road ,
thus securing to the traveler selecting this
route sure and certain connections in any di
rection he mar wish to so.
Principal Connections.
AT MlbaOUUl VALLEY JUNCTION , for
Sioux C ty , Yankton and points reached via
Sioux City and Pacific railroad.
AT GRAM ) JUNCTION for Fort Dodge ,
Dea Moires Ottawa and Keokulc.
AT MAT.MlAi.Lfor St. Paul , Minneapolis ,
Dulutlf , and northwestern points.
AT IEDAR UAP1U5 for Waterloo , Cedar
Falls , ( hirles City , Burlington and St. Louis.
ATCLIN1ON iorDubuqne , Dun'eltb , Prai
rie du Chien , La Crovo , and all points on the
Clilcngo , Clinton and Dubuque , nd Chicago ,
Dubuque and Minnesota railroads.
ATFULTON foi Freeport , Racine Millwau-
kee , and all points in Wisconsin ,
AT CHICAGO with all railway lines leading
out of Chicago.
Through tickets to & 1I eastern cities Tia this
line can be procured , and any infonnatUn ob
tained , concerning Routes , Rates , eta , at the
Companie's Office , 21 ? Farnham Street , Omaha ,
and also at the principal ticket offices along the
line of i he U. P. R.R.
KU-Bagipge checked through to all principal
Eastern points.
W. H. STFNNETT , MARVIN HUGHITT ,
Gen'l Passlnge'r Ag t. Gen. Sup't.
J.S LACEY , G G.EDDY ,
' . ' ' Omaha.
Ticket Ag't , Omaha. Gen'l Ag't
mrhlSvl
Omana & St. Louis Short
Line.
1874 = !
The Kansas City , St. Joe and
Conncil Bluffs B. B
Is th < ) only dire line to
82 ? . OJ OTTXSI
AND THE EAST , FROM
OMAHA AND THE WEST
NO CHANGE .1 can , between Omaha and St.
Louj anu b it oie between OMAHA
ami Kr.W YORK.
This th Only -Jne running a
.SLEEPING OAK EAST
FROM O AIIA , ON An RIVAL
OP THE UNION PACIFIC
EXPRESS TRAIN ,
AaTPassengers taking othet routes nave a
disagreeable transfer at tne River Station.
PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY J
8 REACHING ALL
BA8TEEN AND WE3TEBH CITIES
With Less Changes and in advance of other
lines.
This Entire Line is equipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars ,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Cara ,
Miller's Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated Westiuqhouse
Air Brake.
VSee that your tickets lead via
KausoaClty. S1. Joseph & Council
LSlum Ilalrod ,
Via Omaha and St. Lotus.
Tickets for solo at cor. Tenth and Farnham
streets , and U. P. Depot , Omaha.
JOS. TEHON , GEO. L. BRADBURY ,
Pass. Agt. Gen' Agent.
. F. BARNARD , A. C. PAWE3 ,
Gen'l Supt. Gen'l Pass. Agt. ,
M. Josfloh. St. JoiwDh.
ROTTTE
IE Jk. S T.
3 TEAMS DAILY !
LEAVE ST. tOUIS AVITII
Pullman Palace Cars
THBOUGH WITHOUT OHAHQB
Indianapolis ,
Cincinnati ,
Louisville ,
Chicago ,
Columbus ,
Pittsburg ,
PliiladelpMa ,
Baltimore
Washington ,
-AND
NEW TOKK
of Trains from the 'West.
ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
Clevelandi Buffalo & Boston
_ - Comr * y' - Office ,
N. E. corr r Fourth < fc Chestnut * tm. ,
St.Loalu , and a | tlie Principal Bal > -
way Otacek In the \Veat.
CHA8. BABCOCK , C. E. RUSSELf ,
S'tbern Pau. Ac't , West'n Pass. Ag't.
DALIAS. TEXAS. KASSAS Crrr ,
JOHN E. SIMPSON CHAS. E. FOLLETT ,
Gen i Supt. , Gen'l Pats. Ag't.
29tl INDIASAPOUJ ST. LOUIS
TTxr Xtoct i
Jonfectioners' Tool Works ,
' Mills A
Manolactorers'o
Oonfectioners'Tools
e out Ice
Freezer &c.
Noa. 1301 & 1303 No Eighth St.
PHILADELPHIA , PA.
Proprietors : 1 ESTABLISHED 1851.
TIIOUAS MILLS , I
GKO. M. MILLS , /CATALOGUES f SENT
ATI.BE P.PA HKE. J VJ upon application.
mar7dAw3m
OK fA < 5OH PEB DA.TC. Agents waut-
D W 5)(4U ) ( ed. Air-classes of work
ing people of either sex , 7onn ? or old , dike
more moner at work Jor us In their spare mo
ments or all the tlmo than at anything else.
Address STINSON & CO. , Portland ,
Frazler's Root Bitters ,
the Great Blood aud I
Hnmor Remedy.
[ Front the ClrtelaMt Sunday Hunting I'uiet ]
lhat Fnuler't Root Bitters possess an efficacy
greatly sujwrior to any oilier prrpantion for
earchinj the blood with which we area qualn-
teJ , e mi testify from actual observation. \ \ >
Know many InsiUKvt where indlrldua'a for
yeursaQllctvd , liave l u leimioently restored
to health by ibei 'ise. Mr. Kraxier. tbe pro
prietor , i a resid i.lof this city , and U wiJriy
known a one of our most prominent business
men. His ref-.rtnces to the great ralueofhb
lioot Bitters , are also persons well-known as
citizens of standing and integrity , in whose
statements Implicit confidence inay be placed.
and their testimony may be taken u conclu
sive eTiJence of the estimation in which Mr.
Frazier's remedy Is held , particularly at home.
Here it has already attained that positian that
requires no recommendation , baling stood the
test of trial here. We can say with kafety , and I
do recommend with in tire confidence , Its use
elsewhere , by all who may be afllicUd wifh
any kind of weakness or humor in the blood ,
as the most searching , strengthening nnl heal-
ln remedy of which we hire any Knowlcdg
Sold by druggists and at country stores.
GEOIUiE W. FKAZIER , Proprietor.
591 StClairSU Clereland , Chlo.
Over 1,000 Testimonials ,
A few of the many parties cured by the great
remedy. Head and b convinced.
SUFFEnKDOVERTHIETEE.N' YEABS WITH LIVES
COMPLA1ST ASD DYSPEPSIA , CUBED BY
TljnEK BOTTLES OF BOOT BITTEBS.
MR FRAZIKB Dear Sir : I deem it an act of
gratitude to you , and a duty toward those who
are nuflering from liver complaint and dyspep
sia , to makethe following statement :
1 hate been an invalid for orer thlrten
jears. My complaint was a disease of the lirer
and dyspepsia. My skin was yellow , the white
of my ey es wrs the color of saffron ; J was sleepy
and ncary , nlth headache acd no appetite foe
food of any kind , 1 was afflicted as Lad as any
living woman could be. I toot bottle alter
bottle of patent medicines , tnd paid over seven
hundred dollars to the beat physicians without
any benefit. I uficrHl more than I can tell you
by letter , hut could get no relief until about
two months ago 1 purtluued a bottle of your
Root Bitters from Lonls Smithnight , druggist ,
136 Woodland Ar. , this city _ 1 used thislw'-
tle op , and tince then have used nearly two
more , and they are the only positive , sure cure
for liver and drspepsla complaint I have ever
tiled ; they have cured me completely , and to 1
day lam as heilthy as any person can be.
You may use my name , if you sea propper , as
It may be the means of inducing otters to trr
your diseovery and be cured , for good health Is
better than pild. Ever your friend , MRS.
ELLEN CUAWSHAW , No. 20 'Orange St. ,
Cleveland Ohio. "
JIAS DOSE ME 1IOBE GOOD THAX ALL THE
MXDIC1SK 1 HAVE TiKEX FOB TEX YEABS.
Mrs. Daniel Smith.of Concord , N. H. , afflicted
with weakness , pain in the luiigs , shoulders.
heavy paia over the ey * , restless at night , and
tired , falnty feelings all the time , writes :
MB FKIZIEK Dearsir : I received tbe Bottle
of Bitters you sent me by express , and I have
taken the whole of It , and it has done me more
good than all the medicines I hare ever taken ,
and I have taken more or leas for ten years. I
thouzht I could get them , frpio. our druggists ,
but they do not ret luve them. I could have
sold 33 bottlrs. If I could have got them. I
think you might have a geol sale lor your bit
ters here. I want you to send me C bottles for
5 dollaas , tbe price you advertise. Send quick
as you can , by expres * . C. O. D. It Is t.te ; best
medicine I evtr saw. From yoni mot grate
ful friend , MRS. DANIEL SillTU , Concord ,
N.H. P.Q. Box 532.
Consumptives Read.
MR. FcAZitu-Dcar Sir : I am taking your
Reot Bitters , they hs. e done me a great deal of
good. They hav oti"ed ray cough , and I feel
anotu.Tr.rrM'Vours truly , BARNEY CAIN ,
Nip rj , "iMMrV- "
. ! s , . . . , rivtter Cured.
Viv.tsiri.i1 "xaf . : * d Sir : TheCrstim-
, < i-x p L. K'IO i.i been restored from
si : . < < . . > ri t t.'t' .M , li Kratitude ( othe
, .n > . ih. i .H ! tci. ' was aulicted over two
t Twlm i 'tc 0.1 uiycad and face. I had
li > b'iu.t ' 'tic o' Fenton's Sarsapa-
. . r rnu irj. r"iuedies , but could get
- > - it to , < ar ny ca e , un'll about two
i-j u t - , I uti.en-U'l taking Root Bittern ,
v' < . > ua. u i u-.yc-l I think it nothing
b - . . uu itt 'ivyc'a ilscovery toacknowl-
f--jt ' . 'M Hiiiiii. Mr wC' has used your Blttera
r.i . . ( leiini'- : > , Inrv.Stch she has been Doc-
t j.-i i. lei - Mii two. nd could find no relief ,
, . .iif.njrumir iuet taking them. They have
'ti < ) ni ( > . - . ( Ir IBure in her case. I hive
. ffr 1-1 1 1 1 > < m. l , of tbe Cleveland Post Office
tKftrtiA'Li * stterrairicr for eleven years.
lean ire ° .y Jd honiit'y recommend your Root
Bitters to every p < rwn , suffering with gait
Rheum , ( Tetter ) Chronic Rheumatism , Scrof
ula or any kind ot Humor in the Blood , at one
Cleveland Ohio.
If your Drugget or storckjrner don't have
theBltte , a3khmto ! ord " ' " /lor you.
CATAIIUH CTJK .d.
ME. FRAZIEB I wish to inform you , -what
your medrclne tas done for me. I was aflllcted
with Catarrh In .U worst forms for many years.
I tried various medicines recommended by
Physicians , which proved but a tempoary re
lief. By the advice of a lady who was cured
of this same disease by your Ioot Bitters , I
procured ona half dozen bottle * and they have
accomplished a perfect cure in my case. Be
lieving that thousands are dragged out of a
miserable existence from tbe effect of Catarrh.
I cheerfully recommend your Root Bit.eru to
all who are similarly affected. _ . _
MISS. AMELIA BRAMT.
Buena Vista , But'er Co. , Pa.
Retail trade supplied by C. F. Goodman ,
wholesale agent Ouiaha Nebraska.
IvlSdAwlr
KEARNEY'S
L
: FLUID-EXTRACT
BUCHU
The only known remedy for2
BRIGHT'S DISEASE ,
And a positive core for
Gout , Gravel , Strictures ,
Diabetes , Dyspepsia Xeri
Toua Debility , Dropsy ,
Non-retention or Incoztlnence of Urine , Irri
tation , InSamation or Ulceratlon of the
BLADDER AND KIDNEYS
SPERM A TORRHEA ,
Loncoerhoe or Whites , Diseases of the Prostrate
Gland. S one in the Bladder. Colcul U2 ,
GJUAVEL OR BRICK DDSTJ DK-
rosir.
And Mucus or Milky .Discharges.
Extract Buciiti !
Permanently Caret all f Dlseascs of the
Bladder , Kidneys , and Dropsical
Swellings ,
Existing In Men , Women and Chlldran ,
No Matter What theAgel
Prof , bteble says : "On bottle of Zcaraey'a
Fluid Extract Bucha la worth more than all
other Buchus combine . " '
Price one dollar per bqUle ; or , alx bottla9.Ior
five dollara.
Depot 104 Duane'St , , N , Y ,
A physician in attendance to answer correr
pondence and give advice gratis.
sWSend stamp for pamphlets , free..CV
Crane i Brlgham Wholesale Agen'j , San
Francisco. Cal.
Swt Seller ,
Proprietor of UM I
RISING SUN
AND '
LOS ANGELES
YINEYBDS.
Depot for the sale of hia
NATIVE WINES
AND
UL SELLEB. & Co. ,
Corner of Battery and Washington's ts.
.A3 " FRASCIS . . ; C\t ,
D 0 N5 T
WNTJ1.-YO1 11AVK
CAREFULLY EXAMINED ;
BESERVOIH
AS WE HAVE TWELVE UOOl )
why thcv will do your work.
Quick and Easv.
Chea > and Clean.
They are cue > pest to buy ,
They are beat to use.
They base evtnly aud quickly ,
Tbeir Deration is perfect ,
They have always a good draft ,
They are made of the be tuiateri il
They roast perfectly ,
They require but Uti le fuel ,
TLey are very low priced.
They ars easily mauaged.
They are suited to all localities.
Every stovegmraaUMJ' "
SOLD ii
Excehiorwi'i Co. ,
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N. ,
V riv" > G : V i.- ;
MK.V.V * * v * - V.t C *
VwSil - * * - <
Or Sasar-ConlcJ , Concentrate T ,
Iloct and Herbal JTaicc , Antf-
Bilious Granules. TVIE ' I.ITT3 E
CIANT" CATI1.1RTSC. or iriultu. n.
\ . \ Parvo Physic.
The- novelty of modem JMicai. Chroilcal enfl
Pharmaceutical Science No u c of any Ion ec
ULin thu lanje , n-publvo aud naiweom pi ' ,
composed of cheap , crude , and bulky lu-jretUen J.
wheu wo da by a careful application or chem.ca ]
science , extni ' all ttiu cathartic ami other mr If.
tlnil properties from the ruobC valuable roots txt
herbs , and roiiroulRits tlicui Lito a minnt Gr .n.
nie. ear ( 'Jy larccr than n mu tzJ
ocd that can DC readily en allowed by theoj
the most sensitive Etomacni anil fastidious ti ia. .
EachlittldPurKativo fcllct represent * , I in
mojt concentrated form , a * inicK cathartic pot er
as li embodied hi any of the Ianv piila foanil .or
pslo la the drn ; : shops From their wonderful r v
thArtic power , in pnrxirtlou 'a their eSrs , pee Is
who have not tried them crt. apt to gnppote t it
they are harsa or drastic tn effect , hat fruch is i ai
at all thtt cat > . iho different nctivo jnedic > nal pr'n.
ciples of which they arc composed bciui ; no b ! .
inanized and modileJ. one uy the otlu n , ai to
produce a mo t ncnrcliliisr aud the *
oil sb , yet gently and liliiiily t > i > c rating
cathartic. -j
$500 nc\vnr < l Is hereby oflere < l ly the f-o *
prictor of .hcsc 1'clktj. to ai.y clieuu-t vi o ,
upon analysis v-111 find in them at ) lalomclor
other forms of mercury ot any other nii" = al
poieon. i
Hclnfj entirely vccctaMc.ro pnrtrDa'it
care la . equirydiuilo U5ii _ ; them Ibxy c e
rate without disturbance tu the constitution , ill t ,
or occupation. ForJnuinllcp.
Constipation. Impure ) Illooj , I'a u
In the MtioulUors , TislTnicss oY tl a
Cheat , DlzzliiCH < Sour Ururtatloii
of the Stomach , Had tnnto iu
oiontbi llilloiis nttacko , 1'ulu In
rcslou of Itlcliicyn , Internal Ftrr ,
Illoatod fcolliiff altont Stontac i ,
lEtiMh. of niood to Itlcatl. Ili li C'c 1-
orod Uriuo , Vnoociuttllity ni d
CJloomy Forebodings take U . -
' PIeanaiit ' I'cIloJ .
Vlcrcc'd I'tirtjatl vo u.
In cxplanniion of the remedial power of my r. c *
gativa PeUcta over co p-irat a va Icty of dlicsx-f i
I \vl h tors/that their action upon , t :
animal economy Is uul vors < . ! , not *
tlvo tmi > rcn. A o docs not Impair th - ;
their tug-ir coatinrfaid bcin-j cncloocd in gt sj
b-ittlcs pre en hcir\irtiic un mpttirCTl for a. f
leiijth of time. Kiny climato. so thai they are rl-
wsys fresh and reliable , which is not tto ca 9
tvifh the pih * found In the drusj etorea.jint np irt
cheap wood or patc-bcanl boi 3. RccoUcct tl it
faru'i ' diseases hcrc a Laxative , Alter i-
tire or I'urcratlvo li indlcnttd. thfe lit ! o
I'uiktrjnh che the most perfect eaUstactioa UJ
all wnonsc them.
They nro Kold by nil enterprising
Drugglntsat j cent * abotlie.
Do rot allow any drnjnjist to Inrlnco yea > o
take anything els ) that La nay taj id just .13
good BJ my Pcllcto bccau o ho maLea a Urr *
proflt oa that which ha recoaunenda. If yc is
drasjrlst cannot supply them , endow 53 cci j
ana receive them oy return will from i
B. r. fJ-nUCi : , 3I. It , frr > f'r. *
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