Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 25, 1878, Image 3
1 GBtfTCOTRALrUBB ? OJUJU- and best hotel between Chic- Opened new September 30 , 1873. M$30tf SJO. THRALL , Proprietor. _ THE METROPOLITAN A. VAN NAMtE Jr. . . PfoprUtar. The Metropclilan Hotels coatrally lee - o Ud. and li first-jlMi in every respect , laving recently been entirely renovated , The public will find it a eomforUble and hcBjellko home ma3-tf EMMET HOUSE , S. O. Reichard , Prop. Eleventh Str.bet. Fnrnham and Harney. OMATiA. , 1SJBBR. TCRVB : Transient cuntorn , Jl.ni to tl 25 per day. Table board i > er weeK , ft50 , aug7d3mo [ I THE OBJQtRAJL BRIGGS HOUSE Corrtr eed FIfMi-Ar. , PRICKS REDUCED TO .QO and 12.50 Per Dav Located in the Business Centre. -Convenient to all places of amusement :21erantly furnished , containing all modem Improvements , passenger elevator. < to. J. H. CUMMmaS. Proprietor. 0. V. HILL , Chief Clerk ( late of Ganl Jlouifl 1 nnlCt NATIONAL HOTEL , J. A. FEDEWA , Proprietor. "Cor. 7th and P streets. LINCOLN. NEB GOOD STABLES and STOCK YARDS For the accommodation of the Travelling Public. TERMS. Two Meals and Lodging , TScts Single Meals. 25 cents ; Lodging without meals , 25 cents ; Two horse stabled am furnished all feed. * 1 : Two hours furnished hay and stabling. 25 cents. OTVB.ME A CALL AND SEE FOR YOUR BELF. augSd tf TCVWNSON HOUSE Salt take City. U : T. 3. TOWJSSON. Prop'r. myltdSmo United States Hotel , BEAOI HTREET , BOSTON. ( Opposite Boston and Albany R. R. depet. BARNES. OILL & CC.f Props. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1)R. ALBKICH , V1KSB DISEASES OF WOMEN / A SPEOIALTY. Treating rooms 35 * Farnham Bt. ( Opposllc the Grand Central. ) aprHtf JoJin I. Rediek. W. J. Omnell , Bedick Council , Attorneys-at-Law. 'OFHOB : Opposite Court Honse. Omaha , Nebraska' . S. HUNT. ADAMS & SIESSRAI/j & TTO'rlNBTfl at Iiw. Room 6 Crelghton A V.oek. 15th and Douglas Bt. negdh O. F. MANDBRSON. AT LAW. 342 Farnnam B . , ATTORNEY . FARKE GODWZH ? ATWW. MthsndDonjU A1TORNB with Q. W. Doane. , TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICB-ViJ- A icher-i Block : On * h . Nebrjj lttf T. W. T. RICHARDS , A TTORNBY AT LAW. Ofieo. * 90.1SS J3L BbSetrtetweenJarnham and Harnej. Cain * . Nebraska , WM. Z. . PBABODY. T AWYER. Oreighton Block. Omaha. Nebraska. LUTHER R. WRIGHT. STICK OF TUB PEACE. Offlee J > onglw-rt. . west entrance Oaldwell e. _ ° M H. J. BT7RNHAM. AND COTrNBBLOR AT LAW Over Hnbermann's Jewrlryistore , Cor h and Douglas Streets. Omaha Neb. Q. E. PRITCHETT. TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR ATLAW t . Ot3ce , 272 Farnham Street. Addresi icckBox 9 Omaha. . . O. TONN , Attorney and Counselor at Law. ' EVANSTON , WYO. TER. Thii Is the only line rnnnlnc Pnllman Hotel dining . . _ , . WOO A. undays Excepted. BhlsiJO & Northwitlen . un KIDCII City a St. Lauli Short Ua . ornlnc Kr A. M. 9 X A. M. entngEx P.M. 620P.M. The only line running Pullman Sleeplne . [ Bt. Joe. Mlnoun. _ . . . -Omtht & Mtrthw rf r , d 8oi ! Cily 4 Paalflc Rillroidi. M llEirreii-8OOA.M. . 8:00 P. H Dolly except Sunday * . B. & M. R. R. In N br k . Ee rnyJnnBx-9p5A. M. BSJ-M ? 8:50 A. M PiatUm'th Ao-6:0t P. M. : Omnibuses and bBreage wagons leap the efflcTQrand Central floUI fifteen znlnntw Inidvanoe of the aJiove railroad time. IFlliK m ClBSIIS 8HIH , OL08IHO , - 0 ? * V. W. R.R , 4 0 a. m. 3 p. m. 0. B , A a. 4:80 a. m. 300 ; p.m. 0 Bl I. i P. R. R. 4SO . m. 3:00 p. m. 0. B. * St. Joe 4:30 a. m. 300 ; p. D. B. "Oity 4 P. 4W a , m. U. P.K. RUtaOft. . m. O.JkN.W.R.R.7:30a. a : B.AM.R. RSZ5a. m. 04NW7.-30. .m. oruncB. ' * N W R 11:00 .m. 11:00 P. m. § B4Mll:00 . m. njW-m' > RI4P 11:00 a m. llJW P- . O B A St. Joe. 11W a. m. 11:00 p. m , ' B City & P 11:00 p Q. TJ P 4:00 p. tn. B it H In Neb. < :00 p. m. } Local mail * for State of Iowa leare on CBoe a day. rii : 4:30 a. m , 0 os open Bcnday * from 13 lol P. a. TH03. F. BAIT Postmattar. ADVERTISING ! i tm itvlllroitvousoth'u and will fun ! ? 71 I oat success anddelGht ) f triepoo ple.'ln fact , nsthin < r of thr kind has ever beea offered ft the American people which CBS EO quickly found its way into their cfeod favor nd hearty approval as E. F. Kttjr- KIU'S EltTiB WISE or IBOK. li 46es all it tyoiotos. and thus gives itntVdrzal satisfac tion. It , i < guaranteed'to cure the wont cose of dyspepsia oHndige tion. kidney or liver discos vreiknefs. nBrvPccSntf/ - tipatlcti. acidity oftetomach. . 4c. get the genuine , only to d in $1 bottlci. Depot and Office 25 ? North Ninth St. . Philcdel- phia. A k fcr kunkel's. and take no other Sold by all druggists. DYSPEPSIA , DYSPEPSIA * DYSPEPSIA. . E. F. KUNKIMJ BtnKB Wix 07 IROJT , is a cure turs tor this disease. Ithos been preeo'ibed dally for many years jn the prfe1' ; tice of eminent physicians with unpsraleled success. Symtorci are lost of appetite , wind and rising of food , dryncj ; in mouth , headache. di lne > 9 , Eleeplesnes and low * ririts. Get the genuine not fold In balk , but in 41 bottles. Ask for E. F. KoSFBi/g BrrrgBWisiOF IRON and take no other. J1.CO per bottle , or siJt botllfs for 85.00. AH I ask li a tr.at 6f this valuable medi cine. A tM l trill f onvi'ce yon at once. Depot and Store , No. 256 North Nintb Bt , A U vice free. WORMS. WORMS. WOBMS. E. ? . KtryEsieVo8 STEUP nerer fails to remove all kinds of worms. Beat. Pin and Btoma'h Worms are readily removed by Kunr el's Worm Byrup. Dr. Kanfcel is the only successful physician in th-s coun try that can remove Tpe Wcrm in from two to fonr hour * . Be has n * foountil head anl all parses alive and in this trace o : time. Common Feme teaches i tape worm be re moved , all o her Worjig can be rnidily de ft royed. Ask for a bo.t'o of KCXKES'S WoaH STBUP. Price Sl.OO per bottle. It never falls Or send to the doctor for circu lar No. S59 North Ninth St. . Philadelphia. Advice at Office free. d'cSldaodiwlyr RAILROADS. BT. PAD.L & 8IOUX CITY. City & Pacific EaMs. lOOUIIOi Shoriost Roule foSt Paul , Minneapolis , Dululh or Blimirk. And the most direct route to Sipnz City and nil points in Northern Iowa. Minnesota and Dakota.NO NO CHANGE OF OARS. Will ran elegant Drawing Room and Bleeping Coaches , owned and controlled by the Company , through without change be tween OMAHA , COUKCIL Binrra AHD BT. PAUL. Trains will leave the Union Pacific Depot at OMAHA at 4 p. m. , and COUNCIL BLUFFS at 5:45 p. in. , reaching SIOUX CITY at 10:20 p , m. . and ST..PAUL at 11 a. m. . Time. 18 hours making 7IK EOUR8 IV ADVARffl OF ALL OTBXB ROTTCB. Returning Will leave ST. PAUL a 8 p. m. , arriving at SIOUX CITY at 5a.m. , and OMAHA at 10 a. m. . vTickets for sale in Chicago and North western Railway offices Council Bluffs : Un ion Pacific Depot ; and Grand Central Ho tel. Omaha. awBe sure that your ticket * read via 'S. 0. 4 P. R. R. " F. C. HI LLS. Superintendent. Missouri Vallev. V. C Hills. Oen'l Ticket Agt. Sioux City. J.H. O'ISRYAN. South western Freight and Passenger Agt Bax20-tf Omaha. J. B. QRINNELUResiUer. Tic Leaiint Thrall Route between the North and Stmtla. Traversing the centra portion of the great SUte of Iowa , and inter secting the numerous IAST&IESTTRDELIHES , FOR- OHK3AGO , DAVJflNPOJRT , DDtfUQUE , DE8 MOINE8 , B10TJX OITY , OMAHA , And all East and West point * . Connects at Otttun\a FOR- BDRLTNGTON , MACON , KEOE.UK. 8EDAUA QUINCV. ST. LOUIS , . HANNIBAL. KAASAS CITY , MOBERLY , ATCHIBON , and the South' , Southeast and Southwest. CONAJECTS AT MA6ON CIT * FOR St. PAUL , MINNEAPOLIS ! DDtOTH , and all Minnesota pclats. Now and Finely CpbolatarMl Reclining Oh air cars ON EXPRESS .TRAINS' STEEL KAILS , EXCELLENT KOAB BSB , AND FIRST-CLASS COACHES' fitted with Miller's Platforms and Couplers , and Westinghoceo air brakes. No hotter in- dncemtnU can be offered to travel in tne di- rectioxa named for the season of 1877 ; Gen'l Fats , and Ticket Agent. feb9-lv Tnrougi ) to Cnicago WITHOUT CHANGE QF CARS. fiie CMcaio BarMen & Oflinej RATLROAD. With 1U Bmooth and Perfect Track. Blcsamt Passenr r Coaches , and PULLMAN SLEEPING A D DINING CARS Is acknowledged by the press , and all who travel over it. to be the best appoint ed and best managedroadin the oountrr. Passengers Going 13an Should bear in mind that this is the Beat Rente to Chicago. And all points east , north and northwest Pasf oncers by this route have choice of Tour Different routes and the advant&re of SIX DAILY LINES PALACS SLEEPING CARS TEO1I WITHOUT CHAK2B. All express trains on this line are qnipi < ed with Westlnghouse Patent Air Brakes , aad MUIer'i Patent Safety Platfona and Con- piers. tbe most perfect protection tralnit 10- ridtnta in the world. Pullman Palace Bleeping and Dinias Can are run on the Bnrllncton root * . Information concerning rontw. rates , time , connections. Ao. , will be ohwfnlly riven by applying at the offlee of the Bni- ington Route , Orand Central Hotel , corner fourteenth and Farnbam. Omaha. Neb. WM. B BTRONO , D. W. HITCHCOCK. Gen'l Snpt. , Gen'l PMjenwsr Ag't , Chicago. III. Chicaeo.ni. J. 0. PHI1LEPP1 , H. P. DEUEli , ha. Tloket Ac't.Oma LSELLERS'LIVER PILLS ] tTfr nil * bite flood for Mlirty Jfin Remrfj for tli eor crLlTer Comp ui. Sick Htadaclie. aai all Dcra I E > rnu of the Llwr. . ' "SellfiVVrnMriic * . the rrtit Worm Pe ? * troTT. " * * IM1I4 40O Urg , lire -verms rrom mj cblH.3 yMrtoil. Wm.S rver.St. Looli. Wo. Pric eieaTta. If TMir drucclitdon t k p thec.fcerlfor f ( htm. E. E. PtXLERS A CO . Prop' ! . rill hirt h. r U. S MARSHAL'S t ALE. [ n the Circuit Court of the United States , for the District of Nebraska : Huth A. P. White trustee , vs. Lncretia A. Waters , et al. In pursuance and by virtue of an ezecu- ionisiued out of the Circuit court of the Jnlfctd t tales for the Diitrict of Nebraska , : tearing date November'27th , 1877. and tome directed and delivered , I have evied upon md taken all tbe right , title and interest of te said defendants. Lucret-a A. Waters md Oocrco Waters , in and to the following ands anil tenements , to-wit : AH in Knox ountv , Nebraska : The west ono-half of cction number twenty-five 123) ) , township lumber thirty.ose ( SI ) , longe number two I ) wo't ; all of which t sh-vll expose to sale md cell to the highest and bet bidder at inblio pale as the law directs , on the 23rd ay of January. 187S. at 10 o'clock ara. at be north door oi the United States postoffico md court house building , in the city of Oraa- ) la. Douglas county State and District of K-3- inuka. Said sUois to _ tisfy a judgmen if the said court tbtalMd at its November erm. 1577. whjjeirKjttlth A. P. White , rncteo is plaintSff K Lucretia A. Waters .nd George lbMAM OAILY. U. S. Martha1. , Diftrict of Nebraska. ec22dltw4t- 9 1 LEGAL NOTICE : < \ , n the matter of the citato of JoiephJMc- Cartney. deceased : Notice it hereby given to the creditors of aid citato to appear before the county udge of Douglas County. Nebraka , at th ; onnty court room in siid county on the 2tct > ay of January A. D. 1878 ; on tbe 2lt day f March , A D , 137 * , and on the 21et day of > ( ay. A D , 1578 , at 9 o'clock , a m , each day , cr the purpose of prejsnting their claims . Or adjustment and allowance. T. 6. McMORRAY. dccl94t Administrator. PROBATE NOTICL. tale of Nebraska , Douglas county , ss : At a county court , held at the county ourt room , in and tor taid eoanty. Dec. ith. A.D. . 1877. 1'rcient. C. H.'Kedgwiok onnty Judge. In the matter of the Estate f Paulina Kellner. deceased. On reading and filinethe petition of Anton . Kellner , praying tbat administration of Restate of said deceased may be granted him. Ordered. That Jan'y S9th. A.D. , 1873. at 9 'clock , a. m. -assigned for hearing taid etition , when all persons interested in lid matter may arpoar at a county court be held , in and for said county , and ehow ansowhytbo prayer of petitioner should ot be granted ; and that notice of thoTen- eney of said petition and the hearing there- f , ba given to all persons interestel in said < latter , by publishing a copy of this ordsr ' the Omaha Weekly BB * . a newspaper tinted in eaid county , for three successive eetf. prior to said day of hearing. | A truecopy.J C. H. EBDQWICK. dec26dlt w2t County Judge . : SS - E R09gfrATESEPlTOR fePUBLIBHER' . frrf. TBBMB OP SUSOilt TlON Copy , iye w. 1& advance. ( postpaid ) . . $8.00 - u months , in advance . 4.60 " 3 months , in advance . 2.00 A .DEADLY EXU1UCE. Aft Indian Girl tr'elzert nd Hilled by a Cuttle Fish , Frotri the Victoria IB C ) Colonist. Early last August a party of Cape Flattery orMakaw Indians , returnIng - Ing from a vieit to their /fiends ( the 8onglahof Vi ria ) , encamped the first afternoon mil on ttoe beautiful bay of Metchoaen , V. I. The we&th- er being very fine , moat of tbB par ty went bathing , and among the number & maiden of \ erhaps eigh teen summers , bad accompanied her grandfather op hia trip. Desir ing seclusion , she went round a point away from the other bathers , and being known es a bold nwiffl- mer is supposed to have taken a header into deeper water. However taken , it proved to have been a plunge into the arms of death , for when the swimmers reassembled around the camp fire the maiden was missed , and , notwithstanding a diligent search that evening , could not ba found. The following morn ing with sad hearts the party loft ; but very soon those in the foremost cenoe on rounding the first point saw ( the water being calm and clear ) a human body as if seated on the sandy sea bottom , with what seemed like a flour bag immediately behind it. The natives knew what this meant. As soon as the canoes got together two of the moat active young men managed with daggers ec to disable the monster ( for it was a gigantic devil fish ) that the octopus with its victim waa brought up to the sur face. The foregoing facts have been communicated to our informant by an intelligent and respectable half- breed woman frcm Metchosen , who saw the body of the drowned girl with some of the prehensiles of the mullesk still adhering to it. She compared the head of the octopus in size to that of a fifty pound Hour sack , full ; said the tentacles weie 12 in number , of different sizes , and the largest about the size of a man's arm. Meat and Grain. The revolution in the cattle and provision trade which is now upon us , will probably involve the follow ing results , according to the Graph ic : 1. The meat consumed in the North Atlantic Btatea will , in the not distant future , be killed and dressed in Illinois , Missouri , Ken tucky , Texas , and the other creat grazing States and territories of the Union. 2. Our meat exports are destined to become enormous , but the meat sent abroad , as well &s that sold on the Atlantic slope , will ba killed and dressed in the West , and will be forwarded by refrigerator shipa to its destination. 3. The whole business of selling , killing and preparing beef and pork for market will ba transferred to.lhe West , and the occupation of cattle dealers , perk and beef packers , and cammisslon meichants in the East ern and Middle States will be re duceo to a minimum. 4. The value of grazing lands Jn the Wetit will be greatly enhanced , and local abattoirs and packing houses will be established on the lines of the principal railroads. 5. What the East will lose in the handling of cattle , and the prepar ing and packing of meat , will be gained oy the Westm the enhanced value of lands and of cattle where they grown. All these results are the consequences - quences of the extension of our railway system. The first effect of the opening of the trunk lines is to concentrate business in the old cen tres of trade. But subsequently it leads to a dispersion of business am the opening up of new loca" markets. The grain trade will in the not distant future , be affected in the same way , and Western pro ducers will decline to pay tribute to Chicago , Hi. Louis , or Milwaukee Grain Will be bought by seaboard merchants at all the local centre for its disposal , and will be shipped direct to JNew York or other sea board cities without stopping at any of the old centers of grain tjafilc In time , doubtless , the English merchants will , by aid of the tele graph , buy the grain themselve directly from the smaller granaries throughout the country , and have i shipped ( through from the West to Europe. It is evident that the nest decade will see an importan change in our methods of market ing meat and grain , but everything seems to point to a large increase o the business of the West and the growth of local manufactories at the expense of those of the Eastern am Middle States. A Lung-Tester. Eastoa Free Preis. We don't want a Moore township girl for a lung tester. At a singing school up there the other night a young man was bragging about the strength ot his lungs , and invited a girl in the company tohit him inthe | breast. She said she was left-band ed ; had Meen washing that day and was tired , and aidn't feel very ac tive , but at his urgent request nhe let go at him. When his friends went to pick Lira up he said he thought be would die easier lying down. He lost all recollection ol having any lungs , but the young la ly consoled him by saying she lidn't hit'him aahard as she might lave done , because aho rather liked ilm. PROBATE NOTICb. State of Nebraska , Douglas county , es : At a county court held at the county court com , in and for said county. December 24. i.l ) . 1S77 : Present , C. U. Sedgwick. counT - T judge. In the mttter of the adoption fan infant bastard child Jwboto name is inknown. by George Stoeckor and wife , eaid child now being in possession of ono Sellie Foster ) . On reading and on filing the verified pe- ition of Oeorge StoecSer. praying for a lecree gifing him the care , custody , control md maintenance ot the above-described in- ' ant child by legal adoption. Ordered , that January 29th , A/D. 1878. at o clocfc a.m. . is assigned for hearing eaid etitun. when all persons interested in raid catter m ay appear at a county court to bo leld , in ard for eaid county , and show cause thy tl e prayer of said petitioner should not e granted ; and thatnotice of the pendency . if Raid petition and the hearing thereof bo ivcn to all persons interested in Mid mat er , by publishing a copy of this order in the niaha Weekly Be , a newspaper printed in nd county , for three successive weeks rior to raid day of hearing. [ A true copy. ] O.H.SEDaWICK. County Judge. dec2o 3t LEGAL NOTICE. By virtue of an order of lale , issued out f the District Court of Douglas county. ebraskaand to me directed. I will on the 8th day ol January , A.D.1878 , at 11 o clock a the forenoon ef said day at the south dcor f the court home in the city of Omaha , in B\ \ aid county sell at public auction the prop- rtydescribed in tain order to-wit : The onthwect quarter of the northwest quarter nd the northwest quarter of the soathweft narter of tcition twenty-five (25) ( ) . and the ontheact quarter of the northeast quarter nd the northeast quarter cf the southeast nrtar of lection twenty six (26) ( ) , intown- bip fifteen (15) ( ) , north of range twelve (12) ( ) , Bi an 9f the sixth (6) ( ) principal meridian , BiK ontaining 160 acres more or less , in Doug- is county. Nebraska ; together with all the K : ppnrtenance * thereunto Belonging , to sat- ) fy a judgment ot said court recovered by LlA 'rederick P , Burgett. plaintiff ; againet Jer- A ] miahBehm. F. Allie Behm and Alfred B. Infrene , defendant * . C ! EDWARD W. SIMERAL , breclal Master Commieioner. iBi /p xiwgiwg If is not advisable for any of us to ' task our energies , corporator fflenlal-iat ) in the eager persuit of wealth or fame or knowledge , how many transgress this sal utary rule. It must be a matter of treat importance to all who do < o to know how they can retain the Vigor so reeklessly ex- Sended. The remedy is niether costly nor ifficnlt ta obtain. H6stettei'tf Stomach Bitters is procurable in every city , town , and settlementin America , and it compen sates fcr a drain of bodily or mental energy more effectually than any invigorant ever presciibcd or advertised. Laboring men , athletes , student * , journalists , lawyers , cler gymen , physicians , all bear testimony id its wondrously renovating powers. It increas es the capabilities for undergoing fatigue , and counteracts the injinious effectst upon the system of exposure sedeatary habits , un healthy or wearyeome avocations , or an in- talubnous climate and is a prime alterative , diuretic and blood depntant. J22-29 E. F.Kunke 't Bitter Wine oirorti. Has never beta hnown to fail in the cure 8f weakness , attended with symptoms , in disposition to exertion lo s of memory , diffi culty of breathing , general weakness , horror of disease , weak , nervous trembling , dread ful horror of death , nijbt sweats , cold fcot. weakness , dimness of vision , languor uni versal lasstidude of the muscular system , enormous appetite , with dyspeptic system , hot bauds , flushing of the body , dryncss oi the skin , pallid countenance and eruptions on the face , purifying the blood , pain in the back , heaviness of the eyelids , frequent black spots flying before the eyes with temporary suffusion and loss of sight ; want of atten tion , etc. These symptoms ail arise from a weakness , and to remedv that use E. F. Kunkel's Bitjpr Wine of Iton. It never fails. Thousand ] are new enjoying health who have nsed it. Oct. the genuine. Sold only in SI bottles : Take only E. F. Kunk- ol's. ol's.Ask for Kunkel's bitter Wine of Iron. This truly valuable tonic has been so thor- onuhly tt sted by all classes of the commun ity that it is now deemed indispencible as a Tonic medicine. It costs but little , purifies the blood and gives tone to the stomach , re novates the system and prolongs life. I oniy ask a trial of this valuab'e tonic Price 81 per bottle. E. F KUNKEL. Sole Proprietor , No. 259 North Ninth St. . below Vine. Philadelphia. Pa. Ask for Knnkel's Bitter Wine of Iron , andtake no other. A photograph of the proprietor on each wrap per , all others are counterfeit. Beware of counterfeits. l o not let your druggist sell you any but KCNKKI/S , which is put up only as above represented. You can pet six bottles for . All I ask is one simple trial. Advice at office tree , No. 259 North Ninth Street. Tape Worm Removed Alive. Head all complete in two hours. No foe till head passes. Seat , Pin and Stomach Worms removed by Dr. KCNKBL. 259 North Ninth St. Advice free. No Fee until head and ail paises in one , and alive. Dr. Kunk- el is the only successful physician in the country for the removal of Worms , and his WORM SYBUP is pleasant and safe for child , ren or grown persons. Send for circular o ask for a bottle of KUSKEI'S WORM STRUpr Price $1 a bottle. It never fails. Call a- oOce. 259 North Ninth Street , for advice , ( free ) . 2Mm-y COMMERCIAL. OMAHA , NEB. , January 24. KOCExisst OMAHASOAP German Motti < * Savon Golden Laundry PBOVISIOKS Hams perlb. : Bhouldrf do Tallow do Bacon do Breakfast bacon do 10X911 Dressed hen f" 100 6 COafi 50 Bt. Louis W. W , Floor per bbl U CO J2 CO Nebraska spring do 4 < H4:60 i Bran per ton 14 00 15 00 Corn meal per 100 120 SHEHBE N. Y , factory per Ib " * American Bwiis to ! Imported do Limb or g dt IS DRTGOOOI Fssm. Arasrleta Cocheco Qarneri Uerrimack M&llory. pink o : ccrple PtcifloMilij 6 31mpsom jprasue 6r Wishincton Robes BUUOU9 001TOX3. [ lOBSlilS 84 " CanbrU 1G Jabct t-4 7abot t4S3 ' Esxltof Loom S3 10' Sw York mill * 36 nx ffomeuttt 36 11X 6-4 1 do 8-4 84)4 do 9-4 24 do 1M 27X aaovK oorro . Ulnntia 11 8 do P Nebraska standard AA epperoll Ode do R do ndian Head do do do do CIXQ&UUj ? Lmeriean ) iatea i&n caster TIOI1BI68. liddeford 'alleO.B , 0. do A A do AAA 14 /aim PAIKT8. Fhite Lead , strictly pure , 9 % do pure 8H rench Zinc 14 % .od Lead 10 ntty in bladders 3VJ GLASS. rindow Glass , 60 aadCO per c nt. disoonnt off list. ! FURS Quotation ! ly Jtfoncoi : n. link , prime 0975 do 3dandSd 25tolO Wolverine SOOtojOO 40 do inferior 15to2S Lnskrat. fall 05 do winter 18 : do spring < 12 do titteni C2to03 tunk. black prime 25 do narrow striped prime 252D do broad 10 ' Her. No 1 , lam 3(0 Ishsr 200to700 rolf No 1 large mountain do No 2 do 2 fl.1 do No 1 small prairie 0 do No 2 do SO eaver.woll furred and clean per Ib 90 do stag ? and heavy 25toW ' ed for No l GOtol 00 [ id do 25tc50 cer skins J5to20 > ntelope 10to25 moskeaff , brown aa 9 do bleached 88 9 larendon 97X BBXIKB. moikeac I6X [ saver Creek AA , do do BB Amoske Ado 31 30 30 mi do DD K 12X Arlington Uableiched Wlcwiee.H do T do A 11 10 do T 11 do X 15 fit do 18 16 LIQUORS AND WINE. HUB wlass per gal 107 Alcohol 184 per cent do 225 Trench spirits do 230 Marshall'sBr boniralskrdo 123 Miller's do do 1 56 Brandy , very flne . iOO do common to line do 1 63 375 Gin , 100 per cent do 150 BOO Holland Gin. 80 per cent 175 Hums , mixed Jamaica 1UQ per cent. do New Eng. rum. 90 per ctMo _ Kennedy's bitters per gal 175 do per ease 7 00 do in 100 case lots 6 50 Champagnes , rtnU.ln baskets 24 00 30 CO ca. 3 5 50 9 00 do very fine 10 50 Sherries > ' 5001650 Ale. Edinburgh , per 2 75 Ale. Bass & co's pals 2 75 auinneas Dublin Bloat 2 85 LUMBBt Johts. stud nr and ollls 30 ft nd under 21 CO Over 20 feet each additional foot : 1 00 FenomgNo 1 8) ) 00 do No 2 160C@1800 1st common boards W ia 2nd do do 18 00 A' stock boards , 10 and 12 Inohn < 0 03 B' do do do do 2000 ' 0' do do do do S2 00 bt clear 1. IK. IK and 2 inah 2S 00 do d do S5GO do 3d SO COde do narrow , No 1 SO CO Flooring , clear 35 00 do 1st common 27 CO 1st clear ceiling H ia h 80 00 2d do do > 4 do 0 CO 1st do do 5 ? do 22 GO 2d do do H do 80 CO 1st do tiding 1900 2d do do 1700 1st common do 16 00 A' shingles 3 25 Extra No l shingles 250 Common No 1 ehintici t GO Lath per 1000 3 50 D&H pickets pe 100 300 Square do do 8 03 OG Batten per lines ! fool Ol Roach do do X PAINTS , OILS AND GIASS. oils. Carbon Oil. 110 ° per ga- 17 Head Light Oil 175b per 27 Linseed raw do 61 do boiled do 64 Lard Oil extra do 0 do No. 1 do 75 Benzine do 80 Turpentine do 45 West Va Lubricat'p Oil do 20 Golden Machine Oil do 45 Diamond Crcsent do 55 Castor Oil do 110 tfoatefootdo do 90 Sweet dodo do ISO Sperm dodo do 240SO Whale dodo do SO Fish do do 60 do stagy and heavy 90 IOQ Red fox No 1 1-50 Kid fez No l 150ta Deerskin.redand short blue , per Ib taso Antelope 25 LEATHER. Beit slaughter sole M 838 Best oak 10 French kips $1 25' 163 do calf , leading brands 1 73 2 40 Domestic kips 75 1 10 do calfs 10 } 1 4J Hemlock , upper per foot 23 * Oak do do 6 Grain. do do 17 Linings per doj 700 looo Toppings do 950 Morocco ( booties ) perfoot 35 950SJ do cil dressed do 36 40 do Simon per ekin s oa SS5 do glove kid 35) ) 3oot 'Webbinz per bolt 40 60' Oak harness leather. Pittsburgh 13 do No 1 (0 43 (0H 43to do No 2 H to ) ak line leather 46 lemlock harness iKiher No 1 25 do No 2 23 0 Hemlock line leather 23Vt fair bridle per side 600 700 Team collar ! per dcs S403 2500 itaee do do 1900 2000 botch do do S3 CO 'oocord do 3900 Collar leather ( black ) per ft 18U 24 do do ( rusfot ) do U 20 Patent dash leather do 12 15 HIDI3 I een hides per n > 6 ireon cured hides do 7 > ry hides do 7lu ) ry salted hides do 9 10 Iheep pelts each Tallow per ! D SHEET mart. KIKE BLOCKm. COPPER &o SHEET ISOK. Firat Quality No is to 20 per D > 4H do No 23 to 21 do < $2 $ do No 26 do 5 do No 27 do 5J * Charcoal , betheidea smooth No 24 do 554 do do No26do 6 do do No 27 do 6X Double refined. No 24 do 7 do No 26 do 7K do No 27 do 7 * Russia , perfect , 7 to 12 do 14 . do No 1 stained do' 17 A' American imitation Russia all Nos do 18 for less thar. full bundle add one cent. GALVAKIJBD IBOK. No 14 to 20 per a 12 lo 21 to 21 do 13 To 25 do 13U Io27 do IS No 27 do 16 full bundles discount 25 percent. COFFZE. BruierslOtoia n do 12 tolOO 89 loathing H and 16 os 89S3 Planished 13 and 16 ox S3S3 do No 7. S and 9 S3tl Copper bottoms * 3 TIB PLAT2. 0x14 1C beat quality per box 8 tO OxHIX do do 1160 12x1210 do do 80 12x13 IX do do 105 } 14x201C do do 803 14z20 IX do do lu 50 11x20 IXX dc do 1775 Roofing , lu charcoaVliz29 do 775 do IX do 14xK ) do IfliS do 1C do H > r3S do 1500 do IX do 0:29 do moo BLOCS 71X. Large pics rorB 27S7 Bmall pies deBar S7 Bar tin do 30 zixo. Sheet tin 25 to 3-1 inches do H do 25to35 do pers 12 Tinners' solder , extra refined do 12S do No 1 do ISIf do roofine do If IRON. Iron in bars perlb s Cast plow steel do 10 Tool steel do IS 30 Neil rods do 12 Horse shoe nails do 6 LIVE STOCK. Native shipping steers Cows Hogs . . . . . . 3 75a3 93 Sheea. per pcund Calves do gross SPECIAL QUOTATIONS. OF J'oiertflclrt Brothers. Reference , Omaha Nat tonal and State Bnnlu ] Putter choice roll - _ . . . . & 1416 " med " 10al2 > Zegs fresh candled 2ia23 Demons Messina per box 7 U ) Ipples perbbl 3 25a3 5J oaltry dressed chiokeos 0 ° .alO turkeys 09all ystors C B Maltby's celebrated Saddle Rock brand , select 42 I & M 32 4edinm _ . . - . 25 AH kinds nuts , sardines , currants , citron , alsms. choice brands of clears , bacon , lams. lard , tripe , r-igs' feet , etc. , etc. . con- tantly on hand. Send for our price list. oetS6mo . m ratc ! wanted to tell oarStiploGooiite I.CiSHoao St. , Cincinnati , O. sep'.7diwlyr Consnmption Cnrad. An old physician retired frotn active prac- ce , having had placed in his hands by an last Ihdian nrionary the formula of a Impls vegetable remedy for the speedy and ermanent cure of Consumption. Bronchi- is ; Catarrh. Asthma , and all throat and ing affections , also a positive and radical ure for general debility and all nervous omplainu. after haying tested its wonder- il curative powers in thousands o cases , e1s it his duty to make it known to bis offering fellows. The rcceipe will bo sent ree of charge to all who desire it , with full Erections for preparing and successfully ling. Viddrets with stamp , naming this aper , Dr. J. C. STONE. 44 North Ninth St. 'biladelphia. Pa. 14wlm mm a the'r own localities oanvwinc for the 'iretide- Visitor , ( enlarged ) Weekly and onthly. Largest paper in the world , with lammoth Chromes Free. Big commission agents. Terms and outfit fres.l 11 l . 0. V10KERY. Augusta. Maine. ( sep6wfimo ) I GENTd can succeed with the I lustrated \ . Bu'orv of the Grrat Eaitern War. Pro- > : c'ns ' niwready .viilions will be scl" , d treps QooiEpeed's Book & Bible House , hicago. ' PULLMAN HUTEL CARS are run alona by the Chicago and Northwestern Railway. THROUGH BETWEEN Omaha & Chicago No other road runs Pullman Hotel cars. Pullman pining cars , or any other form of hotel , dining or restaurant cars through be tween the Missouri river and Chicago. This line of hotel can is the finest and best that have ever bsen bui't ' anywhere for anyriilroad company. No extra charge over the usual berth cha-g ) for compart ments in tbe'e celebrated not 1 can. For meals ym are tfharzedonly for what jou cr- der. The Chicagj a : dNorthw stern akoa close con i ction at Chioago with the michiganCeatia' Lake Shore. Ft. waynoy Mallimore andjOhio. and all other roads for the east. Insist that the tcket agent tolls yon tick ets by the Northwestern road and refuse tc take anv other. Barry P. JJexe't Tirlcet agent , 213 Farnhara St. . Omaha J.Sdl. 'licket agent , U. P. depot. Omsha. Charlei Af in . Qcn'l agft Omaha. CHICAGO. Hoci Islam ! & Me THB GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE 7ROU OMASA TO CMCAQO AND THB EAST , TU Dei Uoinef , Iravenport and Bok Island - o Thli Boute b lng t ougMr equipped with elegant new Coachei , lace Sleeping Can , and laving theVadTantage aimootaand wellbal- uted track , oflor ; the travellnz nubile an Eait- ern Line nneqnalod lor Speed , Comfort and Safety : o All Pauenger Tralni are equipped with the PA-raar re BBAEHS and MUIer'i Patent Balaty PlaUorra Coupler , Two rait ExprasB Trains I/eire Dally , connec cm ollow . AT DEa M01NK3 with the DeiMolnea Valiey Ballroad for Osialoosa. Cttnmwa , Kookuk and St. Loub , AT GBINKELL with the Central Ballroad ol Iowa , for all point ! north to St. Paul , AT WEST liaEBTr with tee Burlington , Cedar Bspids & Minnesota Ballroad for Burlington , Cedar Rapids , Dubnnce & Et Paul , at WILTON JUK CTION with the Eontb-'Wtatern branch , for Mascatlne Washlniton and polati soutn. TT DAVESPO3T with the Davenport 4 St Paul Ballroad for points north. AT EOOE IHLAKD with tbe Western Union Ktlltoi.1 for Freeport , Belolt , Eaclne , Mil- vgu-c , Bad all polnti n northern XLUnoIf end Wlctanttn , AT BOCK ISLAND with the BocUord , Bock Itlan-tandHt. lonli Bcllroad forSt. Lonla and points icnti. AT EUCI ISLABD with the Peoria 4 Beck bland EillrosS for Feorla and points eut. AT BDKEA0 JUHC. , with braneu , lor Hen 17 , Laccn , Chllllaotn and Feorla : AT LA. BALLS f Uh i Illinois Central Eall- zotd fez points north and aonth. AT CHICAGO with all tha lines ait , North and or b. IHEOUOn TICKETa to all Saiiern cities tlathii line , can be procured , end any Inlor. mstion chUiacd , taaaemlssj routot , at thl Tltksl CSra in tis Helen Pacific Bapot , Osurui , and sUe et the principal along the line cf tbe U. F < B. E. Cioetexa caraaila te ; all Srinalpol Srclera 5ol All ! ccrmaUcn rcssrulnn Passengers aid Frctzht choorlully lornlshcd , end Sleevlnj Or Btrtba for tile at the Ccmcany'i Offlce , 393 FAKHHAtt Bt. , ( OnniCcatnl flotsl ) ( hash * ft. . M. SMITH , H. EIDDLX , Gea'l Fsss'r Art , Qan'l Fap't CUcajo. _ C W. CLAIB , 8. B. 3TEVER8 , PaJMnger Agent , Gen'l Wcaleni Ae'l , Omaha. Omsir.1 H. P : DEUEL , Ticket Agent , Omalia Calling Sickness I Permanently cnreJ no hnmbns by one month's usage of Dr. Goulard's Celebrated Infallible Pit Powders. To convince suffer ers that thoee powders will do all we claim forthcm. we will send them by mail , post paid , a free trial box. As Do. Goulard is the only physician that has made this dis ease a special ctcdy , and as , to our knowl edge , thousands have been permanently cure 1 by the use of these powders , wo wili guarantee a per tanont euro in every case , or refund joa all money expended. A'l sufferers should give these powders an earl. " trial , and bo convinced of their curative powers. Price , per largo box , 83.00. or four boxes for $10.00. sent by m6il to acy part of United States or Canada on receipt of price , or by express. C. O. D. Address. ASM & ItOBBZ&B. 350 Talton Street Brooklyn . T. Cured I All sufferers from this disease that are anxious to be cured should try Dr. Elssner's Celebrated Consumptive powders. These Powders are the only preparation known thatwill euro consumption and all diseases of the throat and lungs indeed , so strong la our faith i ° them , and also to convince you that they are nohumbuz , we will forward to every sntforer , by mail , postpaid , a free trial box. box.We We don't want your money until yon are perfectly satisfied of their curative powors. If your life is worth savins , don't delay in giving these powders a tnal , as they will surely cure you Price , for large box. S3.CO , sent to any part of the Unioed States or Canada by mail on receipt ef price. Address , ASH & ROBINS. 360 Fu Iton btreet. Brooklyn. ravaSwly H. T. HEMBOLD'S COJNCBNTBATJ D FLUID EXTRACT Carmine Wrappers and Labels. Own in ? to spurious articles palmed upon Iho ubliofor tne past five years , on the rep- itation of my proparaticns , I Am forced to nake a radical change in my labels and Trappers. The genuine , of my original ecipe. is printed in Carmine Ink and pre- ared under my sapervision , by the ffnnnfactnrins : fi NO. 30PLATT STREET. Wow York- , . , , H. T. HKL5IBOLD. jnly3d2taw&wlv A PHYSIOLOGICAL Tiew of Marriage 1 * ILtWjl ' .l S8M-to wed < ; duties ol marrURg anil thl cautei that unit for I : ; the tt. crcti of Bsprodnction and Ma Diseases of Women. I A book for private , eoni'il. I ent readicg. SO > pau , prkt i MaK HaJOeti. . . . . . . JJIVATEMEDICAL ADVISER ! II divorners ot a frivatd Ifaiuro anitoz Jrcra Otli . 3U3C , Ezccsies , crCeeret Oiieaaes , witli the belt ianiofeure. 254 Ianepaert.prlce OeU. A CIiIHICAIj LECTUliE on the aborg dlirtttt and ' aa cf the Throat a o < l lungs , Catann upture. thi plum Habit,1C. , price 10 eu. ilher book sent pojrpaldon receipt ol prln ; orafl three , --Tjz 0r wi.foa.rtifully Illnitrated. for7i et. . DB. SUTTB , So. JJ S. &Ji St. Bt. Iionu. Ho. ACODGHCflLD OR SORE THROAT , Reluirea Immediate Attention. A continu ance for any length of time causes irritation of the Large , or some ironic throat affection. Neglect of tea re- jlts ia" some incnnble Lung Disease. [ BROWN S BRONCHIAL THOCHES ave prov d their efficacy by a test of many < ears , and will almost invariably give im- icdiate relief. Obtain only Brown's Bron- bia Troches , and do not take any of the orthless imitations that may be offered. decldJtwia NEW AMERICAN ANOTKERTRIUMPH' n r.3 lili arded at the Centennial libUioa-oT > he machine and one ttcwctrdoaj uns lighter than any ad mt hirlj ; i es the leut noise ; ha self s insaiiilf , elf threidins shuttle : never skips the s.itch : never breaks th * thread , and is the most easily learned : is the most durable : the best machine for all Jam ily rurpo8 . Examine these celebrated machines before deciding which.you will buy. They possess more Hood Point * than any machine in the market : in fact , they aroiust what we claim them to b * . The Best in the world I Send for Ja illustrated price list. Every machin * warranrcd fors yoatK. Call and see us or send your orders by mail. Attachments. Needles and Oils forall 212 Douglas St .Omaha , . EDUCATIONAL. &T. JOSEPH , MO. ONLY ONE WE T Oil S011TP OF the lakes with which BBTTST'P has any connection , or that is conducted by an ex perienced practical accountant Best rooms , best faculty and the most thorough course of instruction , while the welfare of pupils in carefully regarded. Particularsand , Specimens of Penmanship angSdly TO COBrSUMPTiVES : Consumption , that scourge ot numanity , isthegreatdreadof the human family , in all civilized countries. I feel confident that I am in possession of the onlv sure , infallible remedy now known to the profession fcr the positive and speedy cure of that dread disease , and its uuwelcome comcomitants , viz. Catarrh , Atthrui. Jiibnchitii , Nereotu DeM\ty , &e. &e. I am an old fogy. I believe in medi cine. Twenty-eight years experience as e busy practitioner , in the bet Consump tion Hospitals of the Old and .New World , has taught me the value of proper medication , bothlocatand constitutional in the Cure of this creat enemy of our race. I have found it. But I am digressing. . I started out to say to those suffering with consumption or any of the above maladies. that by addressing me. giving symptoms. they sha be put in possession of this great boon , without charge , and shall have tne benefit of my experience in thousands of cases successfully treated. Full particulars. directions for reparations and use , and all necessary advice and instructions for suc cessful treatment at your own home , will bo received by you by return mail , free of 167 Jefferson street , mar7-wlv LOUIBVILM. KT. U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE , In the circuit Court of the United States , For the District of NebraeVa. First National Bank of Offlaha TS. Detlnf S.evers , et. al. In pursuance and by virtue of an order ol S'ale on attachment issued out of the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Nebraska bearing date : December 2Kb. 1977. and to me directed and delivered. I will on the 13th day of February , 1S73. at 10 o'clock A. Mat the North door of the United States Post Office , Custom and Court House building in the City of Omaha. Doug las County. SUte and Uistrict of Nebraska. sell to the highest and best bidder at public Auction , the property described in sa'd or der aa follows towit : Tne following property situated in the town of Fremont. Dodge County , State and Dis trict of Nebraska , commencing at a point in the centre of Maple Street on the south line of sixthi treat.projected eastwardly from Irvine Avenue , thence north and on a line with the centre of sail Maple Street , about three hundred and forty six feet to Military Avenue , thence eastwardly along the south si jo of Military Avenue to Platte Avenue. thence south along the west sidaot Platte Avonne about three handled and forty six f otto the north-east corner of fractional block eleven , in RKittle'g addition to Fre mont , thence westerly aloap the south line of Sixth Street , proected to the nice of be ginning. being the plat of uronnd Tying east of the line of the centre of Maple Street pro jected north to Military Avenue and boun ded north by Military Avenue , east by Plattp Avenue , and zcnth by fractional block eleven in R. Eittle's addition to Frrmont. also fractional Block eleven aforesaid and the appurtenances thereto belonging. taid property being offered for sale and will be sold to satisfy a judgement of said Court rendered at the Adjourned November term thereof in the year 1677 in favor of the First National Bank of Omaha , PlaintiS. and against defendant. Elisha. 0. Croiby , WILLIAM DAILY. U. S. Marshal. District of Nebraska. VT. J. CONNELL. Attorney for Plaintiff. j9 w5t LEQAL NOTICE. George Rogers , plaintiff , vs R. Parry , whosa first name is unknown , defendant. Before Luther R. Wright , justice of the peace , for Douglas county , Nebraska. On the 22d dav of November. A D , 1877. said justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the earn of two del lars. GEO. ROGERS. Omaha. Dec. 20.1877. dc21 evfri3t PROBATE NOTICE. State of Nebraska. Douglas county , ss At a county court held at the county court room , in and for said county. December 21 , A.D. 1877 : Present. C. H. Bedgwick , Coun ty Judge. In the matter of the estate of Rich ard H. Willis , deceasrd. On reading ; and on filing the verified peti tion of John G. Willis , praying for a final settlement of his accounts as executor of the the last will and testament of Ri'harcl H. Willis deceased , and his discharge , his final report having been duly filed. Ordered , that January SOth. A. D. 1878. at [ 0 o'clock , a.m. . is assigned for hearing said petition , when all perscns interested in Eaid matter may appear at a county court to be held in and for paid county , and ehow c&us why tha prayer of petitioner should not be granted : and that notice of the pen dency of said petition and the hearing there of be riven to all persons interested in said natter , by Tnbli'biaga copy ol this order n the Omaha Weekly Bee. a newspaper printed in said county , for three successive weeks , prior to said day of hearing. IA true copy. ] C , H. SEDCJWTCK. dc:6w3t County Judge LEGAL To Mathew C. Wilbur , Abley 0. Wilbur and George R. Smith.non resident defend ants. You ere hereby notified that on thoSJth iay of December. A D , 1877. a petition was ilel in the District Court within nnd for Douglas conntr. Nebraska , by Kenben Boss , uninr. plaintiff , against you as defendants , he object and prayer of which petition is. hat an account mabe taken of the amount lue upon a certain note and mortgage exe- lutedand delivered on the 18th dayofOc- ober. 1869. by the said M. C. Wilbur and A. 3. Wilbur ta tbe said Oeo. R. Smith , and by he eaid Qco R. Smith duly assigned to the aid plaintiff , and that in default of the laymen t of rail amount so to te found due. pzether with interest , costs and attorney's ee. within a short time to ba fixed by the ionrt. the premi > es described in taid runtt- ape to-wit : Bl ck 21. In Smith's addition o the city of Omaha , to-gelber with the p- inrtenances. may b * ordered to be sold , and he proceeds applied to the payment of the imonntso found duo to said plaintiff , to other with interest , costs , and a reasonable urn. which in prayed to be awarded as an .ttcrney's fee herein , and that thereupon ou and each of joa , may bo forevo' exolod d from all right , interest and equity of ro- 'emptiou ia or to Raid premises or any part hereof , and for general relief. You are required to answer said petition n the 23th day of January. 1678. OEO W DOaNE. Att'y for Plt'ff. dc21doy frilt MAN OF A THOUSAND , Fl CONSUMPTIVE CURED.-wkfn d ' A Tas no Tlj ezp etM from CooaamptJoo , all rea JJcs baring felled , and Dr. H.Jaaet was expertnei flg. he aeeldentally nada a preparation ef iDdltn beep welch cured tls enlj child , and now fires thl.J lp tm ta rce lpt of t o itiopi 10 p j expense , P up ale cnrea olfbt aveiti. caoiea at tb stomach. F twill break a fmh cold In twentr fonr honn. Address , CTUDDOCK 4 CO. , / 032 Race bt. . Fhlla. . iwmhiK tliU er.W : AKitraFine MIXED CARDS with name , t\J 10 cents post paid. L. JONES & Co'py atsau. . . 510 TO 25 pet Uay Sons and o'S.-t SE-rjerie vpur ni n lo tell ar ancle aa 8T.J * * ! T 1 M.COITBE.to Farmers ac4 _ > ji.-tE ho | p Turbine Mil IS - . It is the Simplest , Cheapest and only permanent TCHd Mill in ezlsicnci. Whi'it * severe storm iiill tear into pieces and scatter over the fields all other winlmilljOauvine only an unsightly wreck u a monument of the folly of spomiinz messy for rattle trapt. appare * tJy put up on purpose ; to be blown away , the lurbinoHi11 | will go unclthsd through the severest gale ? . C3 0c s .2 fee o 9 S IS * s > J = m o < H tn i ? > t- * LJ ° 3 o so c > a c 3 : e > 2 5 j . J 1 5 3 = B ffl P C3 " * m fe 3J as r = = 5 The whole weight of the rotating wheel rests on a steel point ranniac on a plate of- * harde&ei , atcel at the bottom of acupot oil.'thus saving all extra friction. Owlorto its peculiar construction , the Turtine takej the wind alike from all qnartera of thocompa a without the necessity of contanty ! facing it around in a shifting wind. There is no ro--- er wasted ; and the Turbine Mill will work with lesi than half the wind rcqatrei to ran a j _ open mill. _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The inventor ol the Turbine has established in Oakland. California , a fares factory 'or the manufacture of these mill ; , to supply the rapidly increasing demand for them oatl 'acific Coast. Bo is now on a business tour throwh the State ] for tae purpotcof estb ishing agencies for the Turbine in every State and Territory oist of tco Siono NeT d mountains. To do this he will give agent * splendid opportoaitic5. and will suirant's tbr t hey will , on an average , make 10) per cent profit in manufactories those mill ; . They wilt- ind the inducements superior to those offered in any otter business. Parties from a distanca will be supplied with irons ready for use , accompanied by drafts and specifications for building mills , at Tery reasonable figures. Parties wishing to investigate the ouaineu. will do well to ciU at the Oiand Cratrat lotel. Omaha , where there ara models and photograpLr on exhibition , and when tneT will ficd the inventor , who will alrrais be glad to give nil fhe informatFon dssiroJ , asl show parties a large c llection of splendid views cf Mills in operation in California. /L. H. SOTTTHWICK , Patentee. GRAND CEHTRALHOTEL. OMAHA. jfPS.Vrantmttd Superior a-Ja ! tf T to an Pum in t\e MarM. J23djrwm JMEDICAI , , FIRST DOSE Off A BOST01T POLICE OFFICES BOSTOS. Nor. 15 ! 1871. Mr. H. R. Stevens : Dear EIr-In the spring of 1869 I wa * stricken dews with fever which had a lent and almost hopeless run. The best medi cal advice being in attendance , 1 was taken through the fever : but it left me terribly re duced and weak , with excruciating palm in my side , bask and hips. I wai completely prostrated with kidney complaint , and no medicine seemed to reach my case * In this condition I was persuaded to Vegetine by a friend whom it euret of ame diseate , and it seemed as though could feel the effect of tha first dose throng my whole system ; and from tbat moment 1 began to mend , gradually growing better from day to diy ; and I followed on with the Vegetine , nctil it completely restored me to health , since which time I have been able to perform my duties as a police officer. eniorinif good health : and there is no doubt about tha great value of Vegetine in kidney complaint and similar ditcasM. I am * ir. repect'nlly ' LAPAYETTEFORD , 161 Broadway. All Diseases of the Blood. If Vegetine will relieve pain , cltanse.pnr- Ify and cure such diseases , restoring the pa tient to perfect health after trying different physicians , many remedies , suffering ; for years. Is it not conslusive proof , if you are a sufferer , yon can be cured T Why i thl § medicine performing such great cures ? It wor E in the blood , in the circulating fluid. can truly be called the Gaeat Blood Pur ifier. The great source of disease originates in the blood : and no medicine tbat does not act directly upon it. to purify and renovate , has anv fust claim on public attention. Sevsntv-one Years of Aee , EAST MAESnyitLD. Aug. 23 , 137U. Mr. H. R. Stevens : Dear Sir I am seventy one years of age ; have suffered many years with kidney com plaint. weakness of my back and itomach. I was induced by friends to try your Vege tine. and I think it the best medicine lor weakness of the kidneys I evcr _ used. I hive tried many remedies for this complamt.and never found so much relief as from the Veg etine. It strengthens and invigorate * the whole system. Many of ray acquaintances have taken it. and I believe it to be good for all the complaints for which it is recom- mended. Would Give B Dollar ] f or a Dose BOSTOS , Feb. 13,1571. Mr. H. R. Stevens : DearSir I have been badly afflicted with kidney complaint for ten years ; have suf fered great pain'in my back , hips and side with greht difficulty in passing urint , which was often and in very small quantities , fte quently accompanied with blood and excrn dating pain. I have faithfully tried moi of the popular remedies recommended fo my comrlaint : I have been under the treat ment of some of the most skillful phy i- ciana in Boston , all of whom pronounce * my case incurdble. This was my condition when I wai advised by a friend to try the Vcgetlne , and I could see the good effects from the first dose I took , and from tba moment I kept on improving until I was entirely cured , taking in all , I should think about six bottles. It is indeed a valuable medicine , and i : I should be afflicted azain in the same wa ; I would give a dollar for a dose , if I conic not get it without. Respectfully. Boston. Nov. 2 , 1873. H. R. Stevens , Esq. : Dear Sir From a poor , emaciated sufferer , the Vegetine has restored me to perfect health. I have for years been a terrible sufferer from canker and dyspepsia , at times ren dering life almost a burden to me. I am now fifteen (15) ) pounds heavier than when 1 commenced the use of Vegetine. I will make mention that I was also t great sufferer from kidney complaint , caus ing excruciating pain through the small ol the back nearly all the time. Thj , too , Vegetine has cured , and I am now a perfect picture of health , and. I will add. happinesi all caused from the use of a few bottles ol Vegetine. Respectfully. H. G. HUGHES , No. 1 Union Place , Boston. Maw. Vegetine is composed of roots , barks , and herbs. It is very ploaiant to take ; every jhild likes it. 7EGEME is soM 1)7 ) all Diwisis. If you fesl dull , drowsy , debilitatedhave frequent headache , month tastes badly , ioor appetite , and tones : coated , you are innorlng from torpid liver ; or biliousness , md nothing will cure you to speedily and jeraanontly M to take BlMJtos'a LIVIS iTOB. or Medicine. PURELY VEGETABLE. Pureit an . ram ily Medicine in he World. An effectual spe- lifie for all dis- ia of the liver. tomach and andspleen , Regulate the Jims and - pro- rent ChilM and REGOtATOR fever. Malarious _ 'ever * . Bowel Complaints , Restlessness , Jaundice , and Nausea. BAD BREATH I Nothing is so unpleasant , nothing so com- aon as bad breath and in nearly every ease t comes from the f tomach. and caa be so asily corrected if Ton will take Simmons' liver Regulator. Do not neglect so sure a emody or this repulsive disorder. It will Iso improve the appetite , complexion and eneral health. PILEBII How many suffer torture day after day. aaking life a burden and robbine existence fall [ IcMuro , owing to the secret snffer- DR from piles Yet. relief is ready to the land oi almost any one who will nzo sys- ematically the remedy tbat has permanent * y cured thousands. Simmons' Liver Re - ilit'r is NO drastic Ticlent purge , but a entlo aBttstant tc nature. CONSTIPATION I SHOULD not ba regarded aa a triCing a'lment in fact. nature demands the utmost regularity of the bowels , and any deviation from this de mand paves the way often to serious danger. It Is quite as necessary ta remove impure accumulations from the bow els as it is to eat or sleep. and no health can be expect ed where a costive habit of body prevails. SICK HEADACHEI This diit essirg adicticn oeear * most fro nentlo. The disturbance otHhe stomach. rising from the imperfectly dizestfd con- nts. causes a severe pain in tha head , ao- ompanied with ilisaereeable nausea , and lis eonctitates what u popularly known aa iok headache , for the relief of wh'eh take immoni * Liver Rezulator or Mediaine. J. H. Z IXTK & CO. . MACON. OA. . aad PHILADELPHIA rie , tl.OO. Eold by all prugjrists. iuneidltaw&wly t'fi - 7M Cirt Illmf nfMllM khaatref UiTeg PIEKCE'S ifcsal Isjectofi DOUCHE te : This In itrameat is etpxbSljdealgaed for th perfect appUcaUon of DS , BAGS'S CATAH2H F.Z13D It 1 the only form of lartrnment yet IcMiitwf wltti whlcfl Hold medicine can be oirrlnl 2 < c4 up and ptrjectlapplinl to alt pirts of the sSnf td natal paeugex , unit trio chambers or cavlUe communicating Iherefflth. In wtilch mm tad olc n freqaently exist , and from wfclch tba c - t&rrbal dlaclurire fencrally proceeds. TtoTr Of anooeM In treating Cntarrh beretoforo arisen larrelr fron tbe IrnruwAlblUt ? ot npplj remodiealo tbese carttiej and chambers bjaay of the ordinary raetbo-l . This oboUcU la th r y of effecilnr card Is entirely OTenxna * by the Invention of the Douche. Its nso U pleaiwnC and BO etmple that a chiU can nndencuuf It- Full and explicit direction" Bcolmpanr each Instrument. When nsed wltn thlj tojtro- mect. Dr. Saga's Catarrh Ucmaly cores recent r = . msttacks of "Cold In ttio Head " by a few application * . CATARRH -Kr n nmt headache , dischartre Iillln/r / Into throat , MDK- timea profase , watery , thick rauau , parulent. offen tTeetc. In others , adirnes * . dry .rsjerr. weat , or Inflamed eyea , stoppbj ? up , or obitrwj- Uon , of naaal passagtw , ringias la carl , deal' neas , hawtin and coughing to clear throat. , Kaba from ulcers. Tolce alter t ] nasal twang. offenrtTe breath. Impaired or total dcprl-ration of nse ot m U and ta te.tli2l - ce , mental depression , low of appetite. Indl- P U03 , enlarged touiLs UckUns oonia. eto. Only a few of these ( ymptoms are IlVejy to bo present In any ca e al otie U = e , - Dr.Saxe'f Catorrbi S mi > dy.wti iawd with Dr. Pierce' " Naiml Doncbe.and ao- oompanied with the constitutional tmstmeat which Is iToomuiendrd in the paraph > t that wraps each boule of the Braedy , Is a perftct epecifle for this lantavrae dl a * . It U mild and pleasant to use , containing BO > tron or estuUo drnxorpolMn . The Catsrra Bcm Ij1 li * otd at CO cent } , Douche at 80 cents.br all DrnsglsU. S. T. JXJSBCT , X. D. . WOMAN' . Br aa lain ! TOM praetlen. metfUsr li period of T r % burliur within ttat dme trtiM miaj Uioosinil tesei ot tie * < ll-eii pocolLir to woman , I bara b ea enablM to txirtett moot potent and iwretabla mMlcine tKu nct tbe Indications preientdd by thai clau of dl J e& > a witlt poalure certainty and ezactaeaa. To dejljrnata tMs satsnl eptclflo coiapocsdt I taw named K A Dr.Pierce's Favorite PrescriptioB. ' Tba tfrai , ttavsrtT. It tmt a tebl expKtaJca of m high apprariujnn of la value , toM epee my own ptnon.il obocrratloa. A * a eteob - Mrrer , I haTfvtrWJe wltnewin lu paaltlre rfr- lolta In the few special di ca. M InciJf nt to tU epant or anirci of woman , tlaxlixl it oct & > ( lie climax or er owning arem ol mr medical career. On lu merit * , aa a po < i- ttre , aafe , and eStctnal rtmexly for this ola St ( IlMajM. aod ane Uiat will , at all timed and aider all areanutanc ! i. act LlccUy aod In fiar- oony with tba laws watch frarvm tb female iriten. I am willing to > uke ny tvputatloa RS i > pnyilelan. Kar , area mere , to ooofldcat sta thit It will not dluppolat Uie mMt expeetatloni of a uln Ie invalid lady wao n n It for any of tbe ailaecu for which I tecnnmtnd It , that I offer and * eB it under A JPOMTIVJ * . O DAK ANTE E. If a tencfl'-lal effect U not experienced by Uie time two-third * of the eoo- tenu of the bottla are uxcd , I wiL : on retnm of the botUe , two-nrili ot tbe medicine LI most perfect eonfldenen In ltsTtrtnc < , Iooad ! n't oTer ft aj I do noder the. enndlUons ; but fc i- Inf witnessed lt > trnlr miraculous ecrm la thm- unds of caua. I toclwarranted and perfectly Hare la rlsklujc both , tny repatatloa and my money on Ita tnorlt * . The following are ma * ? th9 o defaces In which my JParorlte > Pre eripttou ti * worked ccre , as if by nucle. and with a cer tainty Barer before attaloea 07 any mollcln * : Lenoorrhom KZCCMITO Flowing. Painful Monthly Periods. Snpnreh wh n from un natural eanxw. IrrepiiarlC I , Weak Back. Pro- bpso3or falllnz of the Uie , u , Act Ter > um and Bctrorersion. iWrtuff Doi i Sensation * . Inter nal Heat , Nerrooj Deprevlon. DeaUitr. Df- poodencT , Threa nel ili-v % rrta c. Cnronlc Con eation. InSammttion and tlceradoaof tfiB Utertu. Impel ney. Barrenness or Sterility , fe male WcAluiMS. and very many otfc r cbnmiQ HUeAees Incident to woman Dot aentioced here. la all affeetuna of thi * nature , my Far rl'.a Pre criptlon worka cures the marrel of the world. Thlamedlclnoldonoextola < a care-all , bat it admirably fulffll * a ln l - nem of parpo c. bcln < a most perfect pcciac in ah chrcnlc duea e * ot Ui K.iiut 17- tcm of woman. It will not ril'if point , cor will It do barm , la any "tatc er condii ion. TBOM who de lro further lnftrm tlon vn thrsa snbcct c.in obtain It tn TE no FLO Coxxos SEXSC jtzaiCA.1. ADVISER , a bvt of OTer Vtt pafto , Mnt , pngt-paid. onrree tpt of tlJO. It treat * mlnai'lT of tlc o dlieatct peculiar to Ffinales awl pliei ratten Tuioah adil-e In regorJ to tLa m.iaif mtat ot the & affection * . FAVOaiTC PHESCBimOS SOU7 BT AL1 , DKCGOJ.VTH. R 7 PIERCE , , , MDrror.T . , BUFFALO , y. r ; RHEUMATICvCOHPOUHDk. C LCM BC * . O. * FefcrBary J , 1ST * . " rihr < 4 Co. ' t taki treat ptea r > ta tat t * b * il i f joar MJohn4 n > to Rbrum tt A Camponnd " enrnl ara of a rtry ba4 mc of R3 < > Jim. Il wat rK luii < Kl l Mm > /Ur.lT.tr- I J < m 8 ru 31 Kail rMen 1 Ptrwt. pnrj : : .m SOLV ar ALL cnuG-usrs. \ ItK. . teller * A Co Pmi > 'r . Pltl.hitnh. I' . Ed&wl ?