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In r>ia-Rubbeu Inexiia ustibi.f..
The belt of land around the globe, fiuO
miles north and 000 miles south of-the
equutor abounds in trees producing
the gum of India-rubber. They can
be tapped, i$ is stated, for twenty suc
cessive seasons without injury ; and
tho trees stand so close that one cun
gather the sap of eighty a day, each
tree yielding on the average, three
table spoonsrata daily. Forty-three
thousand of these trees have been
counted in a tract of country tlurty
miles long by eight wide. There are
in America and Europe more than
a, hundred manufactories of India
rubber nrticles, employing some COO
operatives each, and consuming more
than It),000,000. pounds of tho gum per ;
year, and the business is considered
to be still In its infancy. Hutto what- j
ever extent it may increase, there
will be plenty of rubber to supply the
demand.
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feblO-dawtf HO. 92 and 91 Grand Street. N. Y
OPENING
TJ. S. LAND OFFICE.
NOTICE.
In compliance with rhs'rnctlon* from the Gen
eral Lima Office, it lx hereby announced that the
Lnnd Office for the Dlxtrlet of Wyoming ix o]>en
for Otheini Buxine** from and after lid* date.
Cheyenne, Wyoming, November 10, 1870.
11 i i..i J/ , C . |
Xttganl, Sweet and ITholetcm•
Cuekwheat and other CriJJU Oxhti. PerfeaXy Pure and
iJcdaWr, nad alway ready i mmt di ale Tu CHEAP.
CST Ealing Powder in the WORLD, and It WILL KELP O.Y
,J..i\pOß SEA, in any ellmaie, for yean. It la rrelt ad*ptod
.to tht IN of Jfouttkitjien, Uinere, Varintre, V migrant*. A*.,
hnd l« In fart, In every rnpeet, (he SEST TEASE POWDER
mad« "/or the Kitchen, the Cam,}, (he U alley "
PQM» dy oitocEiw * nnAXEimnvEr.YwiiEnE.
| Manufactured by DOOLEY It BROTHER
C?N=WCTRCCT, NEW-YOR*.
nOQTOAUE «ALE.
Whorcaii, John Wehr, of the city «»f Cheyenne,
and Territory of Wyoming, did. on the Mth dav of
May, A. 0. IBio. execute to Bernard Dunn, of Iho
ftlty of Portland, in the Htate or Oregon. lila cer
iwln promissory note lor Iho hiiiu of live hundred
»<dlari». pay a!»lo live month* after date, with In
torcPt thereon at the rate 6f ono |>»r cent, per
luoiilh. anti did ul*o at the same time and place,
«Jtecmo a mortgage to raid Bernard Bono, on the
following described property, to wit : The limit
. ~ one-half Interest In and to lot fifteen (15),
in block number four hundred nml fifteen (115), In
th« city of Cheyenne, and Territory aforesaid, to
♦seOmr with Iho undivided onc-hair interest in and
to all the building* and .Improvement!! *ltunted
thereon, to hoc tiro t ho payment of raid note : there
fore, by virtue of a power of salt! contained In
said morlgnge, notice I* hereby given that bn
tween th«
»th day of November, A. |). 1870. at the DUtriet
Court House floor. In said city of Chevetine. the
described mortgaged properly will he sold
rtt public auc'ion to tho Highest blilder for imah,
to satisfy raid mortgage.
Dated thin 22d day of October A. D. 1870.
‘ ' • ’* CHARLES BENO.
oct»-w4t Attorney In fact for Bernard Bono.
ARION PIA O FORTES.
PATENT
ARION
Piano Fortes!
COMBINES MANNER S FOUR
Symplifying Patents,
THE MOST VALUABLE PATENTS EVER
USED IN PIANO FORTES.
PATENT ARIOIsJ
liL VERSED
TVO ODEN
AGRAFFE.
PATENT ARIOTtJ
COMPOUND
WREST
PLANK.
PATHIJT ARIOHJ
FULL
IRON
FRAME.
PATENT ARIQBI
SUSTAINING
IRON
BAR.
A Few Reasons
WIIY THE
ARIOftJ PIANO
IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
The ARTON PIANO FORTE has Greater Power
than any other Piano Forte Manufactured.
IT WILL STAND IN TUNE LONGER,
and In its mechanical construction It is more per
feet, and. therefore, more durable than any in
Mrumeut constructed in the usual modem style
The arrangement of the Agraffe, the manner
stringing, the peculiar form and arrangement
the Iron Frame,
SUFERGEOIS ALL OTHERS.
The use of a bar (which is n part of the Iron
Frame) on a lino with the heavy steel stringing,
gives
Gront Strength
whore most needed, and in this respect all other
Pianos fail.
Thu construction of the WREST PLANK, into
which the Tuning Pins are inserted, is such that
it is impossible for the pins to become loosened
or the Wrest Plank itself to split, us ia too often
the case in other Plauo-Fortes.
Til© Extraordinary Evonne**
throughout the scale, the excellent Singing
Quality, the “ b
Length and Purity of Vibration,
all go to prove what we claim, viz., that the
Arion Piano-Forts
IS THE BEST INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED
AGENTS WANTED.
First class and responsible Agents wonted In
evory City.nnd Town where we have not already
appointed them.
Wrltr for Circular, which wo mail free, or en
close two three cent sunups for the ARION
PAMPHLET, which enntnins a lull account of the
famous blindfold trial, and other valuable Infor
mation to those contemplating purchasing a Plano
Portu,
N. 8.-~We caution tlyt public from purchasing
ft oheap IM.ino, which im* racetilly Iweu nut lit the
murkut, hearing the niimo •* Arion.” All genuine
Arion Plun«>s bear tho name “Patent Arion,” and
can only be purchased from our New York \Vuro
ootus, «>r our authorized Ageata throughout the
nlicd Slates,
All Kinds of Musical Instru
ments supplied.
ADDRESS TUB
ARION PIANO - FORTE CO.,
NO. 851, BROADWAV,
auglsd£wly Now York city.
STOVES, ETC.
EVENING STAR,
CHALLENGE
-AND—
. HSr"
THE DEMAND FOR CHARTER OAK, CHAL
LENGE and EVENING STAR Stoves has
growu bo rapidly of laie that wo have not filled
orders ns promptly ns desirable: but hnving now
secured the assistance of another Stove Foundry,
we shall hereafter confine nearly the entire force
of our own establishment to the production of
the Stoves above named and hope to till all orders
without delay.
Wo would call the attention of those abont
purchasing, to the SUCCESS and POPULARITY
of all THESE STOVES. No better evidence of
their Intrinsic merit can be offered than n state
ment of the fact, that after 18 years’ use and be
ing subject to severe tests In all kinds of locali
ties, and to the most bitter and determined oppo
sition that mold be Invented, that I hey ore to-dnv,
the MOST POPULAR STOVES in tho market, and
have given such universal satisfaction that the
DEMAND IS GRE AT Eli THAN EVE 11.
If von want th» Best Cooking Stove for Wood ,
buy the CHARTER OAK.
If yon want the BtsL Cooking Stove for Coal, buy
the CHALLENGE.
If you want the neatest and ben* sheet Iran jxirlor
stove over made, buy the E VENING STAR.
-SOLD BY
Excelsior Manufacturing 00.,
012 and Oil North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
—AND ALL—
Live Stove Dealers,
LIKE
HARPED «V IIOESJIAX,
AND
11. BOETTdIER & CO.,
aplid&wly C liryrnnc. Wyoming:.
UIXriOI<J IP^LCIFIC
Rail Read Company
TOWN LOT DEPARTMENT
Have an unlimited nnmhcr ol both
Business and Resident Lots
in all the towns along the line of road lrotn
Omaha to Corrine. which arc being sold cheap,
and great inducements an* ottered to all wishing
to cstublish business ancf bnild for themselves a
home.
There is a great demand for
BUSINESS HOUSES
in all the town**, to supply tha immigration
which will continue for years settling up the
ric.i agricultural and mineral lands.
Applications may be made to Agents on the
ground, or address
J. M. EDDY,
General Town Site A out, U. P. R. R.
nnglO-ff OMAHA, NEBRASKA
spitmoNs,
TERRITORY OF WYOMING, I
County of Lakamie. l Ft -
Jamck D. Woolley, Plaintiff, rx. C. L. King, De
fendant—Summon*.
To the said ('. L. King . non-resident defendant.—
You are hereby notified that von have been
sued iu -aid DL-trit Court, by taid James 1). Wool
lev, plaintiff, a.d that a w rit of attachment lias
issued against your property, n* a uon-rosldent or
Wyoming Territory, and tout unlc>* you answer
the petition of plain:iff. now on file in the office of
the Clerk of said Court, on or before the 3d dav
of December. A. ]>. 187 J. said petition, with ull
the mutters aud things ihcruin alleged, w.ll be
taken as true, and judgment rendered aocord
intrly.
The object of said action Is to recover of yr.u
1 the sum of s7tifi(k», whit interest since February
Ist, A. I) IS7j. on a balance of account for goods
aud mdtehandise sold aud delivered.
Winners my band and seal of said District Court,
nt Cheyenne city. In the Count x of I.ara-'
[seal] mie, this bill day «.f Or. a. D. 1870.
J. W. HUTCHINSON,
Clerk of District Court.
V . R. Steele, Plaintiff's Attorney.
ocllO-wGt
ME Di CAL.
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER
essays ron rocNo yen
On great *or|nl evils nnd nbnsc*. which interfere
with MARRIAGE, wish sure mean* of relief fur
the Erring nnd Unfortunate, diseased and debili
tated Soul iu sealed Met ter envelopes, free of
charge.
Adflrcpa I low at. tv Sanitary Am Associatiox,
No. 2 South Ninth St., Bulladeltuia. Pa.
novlff-dlm
L. MURRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domcsliq
: L. s Q y o El 0 !
w 12V xn s,
Tobacco &Cigars.
17TM STREET,
Betwoon Eddy and Forgu*on,
feblO-tf
FJ33LLeC7GO.,
Wholesale
DOOKSELLF.IIS, STATIONERS,
BLA!iK C2OK MAKERS,
Prlatern mi cl
IjITHOGt H-APll’ri s
Rorlstor Building. Dus Moines. low a.
B. WIIITKUBAD. W. W. C.OIILETT.
WHITEHEAD A: COR LETT,
ATTORNKYS, Solicitors and Advocatus. Of
fice. west sldo Kddy street, adjoining city
building, Cheyenne. ocU4tf
CIIEYENM MARKETS.
OUAIN.
States Corn, por lb 2U®3
Colorado do ••
Outs per lb St&JiVS
Pt'.BADSTL'Frs.
Flonr. States, per sack 4.00® 5.50
Flour. Colorado, “ 5.00® 7.00
Buckwheat Flour, “ 7.00(^10.00
rnovisioss.
Potnt«en, per lb
Onions, “ 4® 6
Cheese, New York factory, per lb 81® 30
Cheese, Western, per lb 9u®25
Beans, Navy, per sh 5® H
Beans, Mexican “ 8® 5
Butter, common B>®4o
Butter, good grades, ranch 40®50
Honey 4'>®sJ
Lard 22®25
B« Cun 2i®2«
Hams, smoked 25® 20
Green suited meat 18® 25
Pork, firm ut 14®20
Apples, green, per bbl 12.00©15.U0
CASE GOODS.
Field’s Oyster* 7.00
Two pound Peaches 7.00
Three pound “ 10.00® 10A0
Corn 8.50® ».«4)
Strawberries 8.0„® 8.50
Raspberries 9.00
Blackberries o.oo® 0.50
Chicken and Turkey 9.n0®10.00
Green Gages 9.75®1'».50
Peach Marmalade 12.75
Tomatoes, two pound cat.s 5.25® O.UO
Tomatoes, three •* •• B.o® n.tf)
BJne Apple..... 9.00® 9.50
Jellies, one and two pounds 6.50®12.00
Retail, per can 35® 59
case uqtons.
' Red Jacket 1953
jyrnkce ILSO
:•!' "f - an)
CTsa ,™
W hlsky Cocktail j u .*)
Champagne, pluts 24 i»o
champagne, quarts “ 00
Old Tom Gin .. JJJ
Sh.irry Wluc [email protected]»
oidH,. 7.m®!;uS
Cogt*4C Brandy lJ.uuffii.j.uo
Dili Ul> mu IT.
Apples, western, per lb 14® jy
Apples, New York, per !b 15® 90
Peaches, per lb 15® .jq
Ourrnnn, •• *l® 25
Blackberries, per lb
Haisitih. per box . 0.75® 7.00
C berries, per lb oe t
Raspberries, per lb 45®
COFFEE.
Roasted, per 33® 40
Rio, common to fair 0 .,5« nj
«io. g.»od A «
1,1 oX ,m V ,u c Sa S
Old Got. Java 40
Lnguira 3J
TEAS.
Imperial IgglA 2.J5
■ a»«nu... i.ava a.uu
. \oi:ng lljron J. 4 9.10
Oolong 1.8,0 t.w
BCGABS.
Cuba, common to fair, per D) 14® 15
c jlm. good to prime 14® 15'4
I orto Rice, good to choice 11® 15
New York Crushed. Powdered, etc.. Hi'4® 21
New A«*rk. while cotlue, A ]7®
New York, white coffee, circle A.it.® 18
X.-w V.rt, r-l?.. B 151,3 M
New ork. extra C jhu
Cuba box isij® la
BY It UPS,
Ne-.v York, common, per gal Ts<® 1.00
New York, good, per gul 8 I.UO
New York, 5 gal. kegs ?.(«»® 8.00
(.oldens, per gul 1.49® 1 K.)
New A ork drips. 5 gal kegs 7..V>® 9.00
II- *k L. drips, per gaT 1.75® 2.25
HALT.
Fine dairy, per bbl 10.00® 11.00
C oarse dairy, “ 8.00 a 8.50
“ “ Per lb 4® a
FI9U.
g* ,01 1 P,»"n'>r ia.ooffils.no
, White, half bbl 15 00
i Mackerel, No. 1 15.00 a 17.00
Mackerel, No. 1, per kit 3.75&4.50
SOAP AND CANDLES.
Werks’ per box 8.50®9.00
Shaffer s. per box 8.0U®8.50
I aim Soap, pur pound, wholesale... 7.5J&8.00
Chemical •• 14
Castile, per 1b Jo
Cheyenne, per lb 10® ja
NAILS.
' Nails, limited demand 7.50®10.25
OILS AND PAINTS.
1 Carbon Oil, per gal., per bbl Sfi a fit
Carbon Oil, per gal 7j a 80
Lard Oil. “ o 75
Lin seed Oil, “ 2.25
While Lead 20® 30
CHEYENNE LI'MBI-Il 2TIAUKET.
I*4. I*4 nnd 2 Inch clear dressed 85.00
l lnch. clear dressed 75.tr0
No. 1 dresaud flooring <’*s 00
Cle.'-c-lllnK, S-. 00
( lear siding 45 110
RnndlilnraWr p )s.ooffisMJo
A shingle 8 50
I No. 1 shingle 7jq
DENVER PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
Open, to Denver.
Connecting with the
UNIOM PACIFIC RAILROAD
CI-IEYENNS
For all points East *. Q d West.
OBJSTVEB,
With J. ITnghos Jfc Co.’s Doublo-dally
Line of Concord Coaches, carrying the U. S.
Mail and Express, over the best na
tural road in the world, to
GOLDEN CITY, BLACK IIAWK, CENTRAL
CITY, IDAHO, GEORGETOWN, KIT CARSON,
and the Kansas Pacific Railway, and all points
n Colorado.
Aud with A. Jacob’s DENVER AND SANTA FE
STAGE LINE, via
Colorado City and Pueblo,
Aud Ilnrtmnn’s Line to tho
SOUTH PARK. FAIRPLAY AND
UUCKSKI]\.
And with Smith's Lino to
VALMONT AND BOULDER.
Trains leave Evans at 7:20 a. in., dnily, (ex opt
San day*,) arrivin' at Cheyenne at 11:16 a. ni.. and
returning, leave Chuyennc at 1:20 p. m„ (tnnklng
connection with 1 rains arriving at Cheyunm- from
the Hast nnd West during tin* day,) arriving at
Evan* at 6;20 p. uj„ Omaha time.
For nil business connected with the operation
of tho road, apply to or address
C. W. FISIIEH,
Superintendent and General FrolsU
and Ticket Agent, Denver, Colorado.
U. W. COREY, HI, D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Examining Sur
1 geo 11 f«>r Pension*. Office Rollln* House, op
posite Ford’s Hotel, Residence corner of Hill
and Sixteeuth streets, oue block north of U. PJi.
R. Depot, Cheyonne, w. T.
PRINTING.
REFITTED AHD FURHISHED I
Roadyfor business!
T II E
• . a
I * *
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nowEEn
JOB PRINTING
a
HOUSE.
H. A. Baker, Proprietor,
19 AGAIN IN COMPLETE RUNNING ORDER
FOR TIIE EXECUTION OF EVERT
DESCRIPTION OF
Plain nn<l Fancy
PRINTING
COMPRISING
OA.R.XJS
Os Every Shape & Kind,
BILL HEADS,
Letter and tlote Headings,
Blanks of Every Kind,
FOSTERS,
Hand Hills, Etc.,
HAVING AN ENTIRELY
HNTJ3 YA/ XjOT OF n» v m l:
AND
SUPERIOR PRESSES I
SHALL
Execute lliißdsomc Work !
AT LOWER PRICES TU.V:,- B y ER ,
Ve have a Completo Supply of
Latest Styles of Type!
AND
Fine Colored and Black Inks,
AS WELL AS A FIRST-CLASS
CARD AND PAPER STOCK!
AND ARE CONFIDENT WE CAN GIVE
Complete Sntisfucliou
IN OUR aTYLE OF WORK.
MANNING'S
flntidote for Intemperance.
TS AN INFALLIBLE CUKE FOR thl* fearful vice.
1 It* UNO will at once remove .he taste or desire
fur stimulants. and will *oon create an actual
dixllke for them. It can ho administered in tea.
coffee, or oven water, without e citing suspicion,
a* it In free from taste or ainoll. If you hire a
hint band, brother orfiiemt, addicted to this terrible
habit, it h your duty to curt him.
Sent fine bv mall ou receipt of tho money.
Prluo Two Dollar a per box.
W. 11. MANNING ,fc (’O.,
mylGd* ts St. Louis, >!o.
1. XV. COOK,
Attorney a d counselor at law,
offico in court house, Cheyenne, Wyoming
)yl^-3m
MISCELLANEOUS.
ST. LOUIS SAW WORKS. .
BRANCH, CROOKES & CO.,
MANUFACTURXaS OF
EXTRA FINE CAST STEEL SAWS,
Os all the Descriptions now used in the United Slate* p
and nr
'"" / : :xt 1 ,iskrted \
■ mr/ branch,oil boKEs &co.\
•<_ ' rrn ! MANUTAOTURERS. ) dS3
i
These Buw* havo manurHCfurwl and In tisr. since ISCI. They warranted tha beat
InaerU-tl-Toolh Bawd ixuole; Lie L-*<.d exclusively oa tae Pacific conot, uml upiirove>l by luiJ
men wtierev* r known.
The-.* . t.iwrted-Teeth Raw* nre patented on the grcxnil of the recess and correspoa*llnc
part of the tooth hern .'lonm vl on
CIRCULAR LINES,
And rll other inprrtei t n oth on tb«s principle nre Invasions cf Spaulding's right. The
American haw Company's patent lmu b«en d» clar.d by the U.S. Dlstr.ct Court of California
v- iiilr.ngon»ent; ami, in eleven ca-ea tri*-d before thin Court, injunctions have been granted
As'-1. t the ujeut cf the Com t >4Uiy and par ties Using the TZui r*oii Patent Law.
telling, jntrchaiing, or using said Sate, or any o>..er Saw embodying the principle
cf CIXt’ULAII Ll.\L j, are kcrcl j end wan.cJ against i.jnr.gcMeniS and tu cunscqmni
TOR SALE AT ** EIR WAREHOUSES :
SIl Lr.!:o fro ot, 1 lIG au:l li Ulno street, 1 so Cr.ror**»«lct Street,
cn CAGO, lIL. I BT LOUIS, Lio. » IJiiV/0 iuEAIiS, LA.
DRYGOODS, ETC.
S. F. NUCKOLLS
L —— - -Ol- •' j_
DRY GOOD J, C i . v.
>•_
J. 1 ~; -a
' S.V.NITIU)
: i
t" V ‘ : 4
j y'/V
T - j - e- WAT -■■-V.-.T— '■ffTTrygg
•• ..
Whi>]utm!u and ltnlai] Dealer m
D BYGOODS
CARPETING,
CLOTHING
BLAHKETS,
SETIJ THOMAS CLOCKS!
ghoceries,
PR©uasiorjS!
> LIQUORS,
Tobacco and Cigars !
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Boots & Slioos,
HATS AKD CAPS,
Outfitting Goods Generally
V
Am Vii weekly receipt of Good* from the Im
or .er* and ManqfacHtrer*. Bought for a~h an
VlUbe *old at tho lowest rat'-** for each only.
&r Two ptory alone building, Suventeenth
street, t’hovenue.
STEPHEN D9!l,
EDDY STREET,
Near Corner Fifteenth Street
ilas juxt received the most complete stock of
GENTS’ AND HOYS’
LADIES’ AND MISSES
Boots and Shoes!
OF TUE BEST QUALITY.
MEN’S BUFFALO C33TS !
Hand made and Warranted.
Leather and Findings
Os every description, which he Bells at very low
prices for cash.
All Work Warranted!
If you want a good bargain call on
STEPHEN BON.
Eddy Street, near Fifteenth
Sion—Rod Window*.
Established in S’cw York City, ISoO.
ssrji. d. [cezeton:,
SOLE MANI-FACTCRBR OF
Kehoe's Improved Indian Clubs,
For muscular ovolopcment. Dumbbella, cro
quet bat* and ball*. base l*all bat*, teu nin ball*
and pin*. In el padded b e.lng glove*, impfoveu
striking hag, metropulitau in*'.icemen'* club*,
i 1 he*e dub* it re it.-ial by the Me!. Police of N. Y.
City.' Kelioo Billusiruud Book on tho l'bo of tho
Club, f.
list or muons or Indian clubs.
6,7 & Plbx eh p'rf.YO 1 1
. ll»x. each jt pair (• .50 ‘ i7.es for Lade*. A Oh’n.
19 ” “ ” " 7.14) -2 lbs. each per pair 2.D0
1.1 “ “ •» “ 111 0 I 1 a.ou
20 “ .. “ “ “ It. it I •• “ “ *• 4.' O
25 “ “ “ “ Iti.lO | 5 “ 5.50
300 Broadway, Koiv York City’.
POSEY S. WILSON.
D A □ [1 G R ,
Non* brick block, bixteeuih Btreet. near Kergm
xon, Cheyenne, Wyoming, transact* * gcuiual
banking business,
u. p. R. R.
UFJSON PACIFIC
TxAIIaZI O^.X>.
H now completed nnd running dally pa**cnger
train-*, forming, iu connection with the Central
Pacific Railroad, an
All Bail Boute I
To California and the Pacific coast, making tho
unexampled line of 1800 miles iu
FOUR DAYS FROM OMAHA
TO SACRAMENTO,
DIRECT CONNECTIONS MADB
AT O.HAIIA
With the Chicago A Northwestern. Chicago
Rock Island & Pacific nnd St. Joseph A Council
‘Buff* Railroads and Missouri river line of Pack
ets to and from ull tho principal Eastern and
bout hern cities.
AT CJIEYEN.NK
Wll*> Tlonr... P..IH. T»_il J n
trul City, bantu Fe aud all points in Colorado and
New Mexico.
AT OIIYAN
With etsges for the great Sweetwater mining
district. v
AT UINTAH
Stage* leave on arrival us Union Pacific Train*
Tor Salt Lake City uml southern Utah.
. AT CORIISNE
For Helena, Virginia City and all points In
Montana.
AT rRO.TIONTOIIY
With Central Pacific Railroad for White Pina
Silver Mine*. Sacramento, Sun Francisco and the
principal cities In California, Nevada and Idaho.
First class hotels and euting houses at
convenient point* along the line.
ifT" Pullman's Palace aud Sleeping Cars ac
company all trains.
For through rates on freight to Montana, Sweet
water Mines, and other points, apply to
11. BRONSON,
General Freight Agent, Omaha.
fTT Purchase tickets via Omaha aud platto
Valiev Route.
F. COI/lUN, c. G. HAMMOND,
Gon'l Ticket Agent. Gen'l Superintendent.
STAR BREWERY.
JOHN HEROLD,
* Brewer of
LACER BEER!
AND ALE
And Wbolcsala dealers In
Brewers Supplies
HOPS, MALT,
BRUSHES,
- BUNGS, CORKS,
&c., &c.,
Which they offer to the Trade at the lowest
1 market rate*. The attention of Brewers 1* called
to their complete stock of fill the materials nec
essary for the brewing business, Orders from
abroad solicited. lyiMy
HOOK A(ili:>TN MAKE
SSO to 8100 per Mouth by welling
GREAT FORTUNES
And How They Werk Made. Bv J. D. McCabr,
•Ik. New. fresh and original. I'rofusely Illus
trated, and bountifully bound. The most taking
nod Instructive, and universally sought after
book Issued f--r years. Fascinating a* fiction,
authentic as history. prnuMcsl a* ■• Poor Richard.”
with lessons more elovatiiiT. for popular purposes,
thin the profound''**! philosophy. Send for < lr
ettlnr. o c.. and nutleu our exit a term*. K. lIAN
1! A FORD A CU.. Publish, rs. 158 S*.ath (‘lark
St root, Chicago, ami 177 Weal Fourth Htraat, CHh
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