The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, August 26, 1886, Image 7
-TheEtiqnctte-oflntrodnetlons. There seems to be a growing tenden cy on the part of the average American toward what I may be j > ardoncd for calling the anonymous or incog , intro duction. This introduction generally starts off in a fortissimo strain that , if kept up throughout the recital , would herald the names of both parties to the uttermost parts of tho earth. Then tho piano and diminuendo strains come in. This is the reason we are acquainted with so many people whose names wo do not know. A man steps up to you in a crowd somewhere in one of those qniet little town meetings where it is a mark of great conversational genius to talk steadily onward without using tho mind , and says : "Pardon me , I want to mako you I\YO people acquaint ed. You ought to know each other. You are bom friends of mine. Mr. , Mr. . There , now , you are acquainted ! " Why a man should write a long let ter and write it plainly , signing it at the end with a name that would havo bothered Daniel to decipher , ia more than I can understand. It is the same style of peculiarity as the anonymous introduction exactly. I may be a little careless about my penmanship while writing in a great hurry , trying to keep up with my surging thoughts , but I most always sign my name so that it can be deciphered. I have written let ' ters whore 'the signature was the only thing that was absolutely beyond the possibility of doubt But if a man signs his name so that you can write to him and ask him what tho balance of his letter was about , it is better than a long , beautiful letter from an unknown and unknowable person. In the latter case , you are left to kick the empty air. Some day when I get more time , I am going to prepare a long treatise up on etiquette , and deliver it to the American people , illustrated by one of & those StereopticonS. Etiquette has been a life-long study for me. It is a thing that has engrossed my attention from my earliest boyhood , and it shows itself at once in my polished manners and easy-running carriage. At tables especially "our American people need a great deal of training. Wherever I go I am struck with our sad need of careful training , As a country , we need careful.instruction in our manners , more especially at hotels. Only the other day , at the table d'hote , I heard a man ask for half a dozen buckwheat cakes , and wh'en they came to him he moistened the tips of his fin gers in a finger bowl and ran over the cakes as he would a roll of currency , for he was tho assistant cashier in a national bank. Another man at the same table was asked to pass the pep per box and he took it with his thumb on the bottom and his first two fingers on the top , just as he had been in tho habit of moving attack of chips from the ace to the deuce , no doubt , for years. So-we see people crowd our voca tions to tho front , and are not able to banish our trades and professions , even at the table. We should try to over come this , and there are many other features of our national etiquette which we need to change. Only last week I saw a fine looking young man sit at the hotel table comb ing his moustache with his fork , and while in a brown study the fork slipped out of the moustache and plunged with a sickening jab into his eye. 'We can not be Jtoo careful in our intercourse with men to avoid all appearance of evil. Etiquette always marks tho true gen tleman and makes him an object of curiosity , especially at a hotel. When -r you see a gentleman with whom you are not acquainted you should look upon him with genteel horror and shud der two times in rapid succession. This will convince a stranger that you have been reared with the greatest care and that your parents have taken special pains not to allow you to associate with yulgar people. I started out to say a few words about the folly of indistinct introductions and wappy-jawed signatures , but I havo wandered away , as I am apt to do , and I apologize , hoping that the genial and rosy-cheeked reader as she sits in her boudoir , on this glorious morning , look ing more like a peri than anything else " I can think of , willforgive" me. Bill Nye , in New York Mercury. In Perfect Working Order. Mr. Winks "What has become of Dr. Blank ? " Dr. Minks "He is in the Under ground Railroad now. " "Eh ? " "Be is at Hightown and receives pa tients sent him from the city. " "Yes. " "After a time he sends them to Dr. Lank , at Higherville. " "Yes. " "Dr. Lank forwards them in a few months to Dr. Plank , of Breesyburg , and so they go , the cordon of doctors extending like a railroad clear across the country. " "Certainly , but why is it called un derground ? " "Oh ! that's tho termius of the line. " Omaha Globe. The Captain. An Englishman who stopped at the house of a back-woods farmer in Arkan- saw was invited to take dinner with the family. Just as the Englishman had seated himself the farmer asked : "Stranger , you air fond o' roscn years , I reckon ? " "Rosen years ! " exclaimed the Eng i lishman. ' "Yes.1' "I have never seen any. " The farmer sprang from his seat , and , addressing his wife and children , ex claimed : "Come out an' leave him falone. Come on , I tell you. A man whut never seed a year uv co'n ain't got sense ernuff fur you to 'sociato with. Thought Abe Gray wuz er big fool , but this chap is the cap'n Arkansaw Traveler. "What Is more pathetic tb n to see the slm- jfle faithfrith which a bakl headed man will buy an infallible hair restonttre from a bald beaded barber ! The English Conservative Leader. Lord Salisbury Is an-aristocrat , and ho also poses tLB a bit of a cynic. His personal appear ance Is not striking , nor Is there anything ia his habit of life which Is calculated to faclnate the Imagination of the common people. He has none of those sjfendida villa which so oft en help the masses to condone tho faults of their leaders. It is so long since be sowed his political wild oats that the householders are entirely ignorant of the f&ct that Lord Robert Cecil in his earlier days occasionally startled the decorum of the house of commons as If be bad been a kind of mild forerunner of Lord Randolph Churchill. People have forgotten that be once apologized to attorneys for hav ing compared them to Mr. Gladstone. "It was a great injustice to the attorneys , who were a very honorable set of men , "and we wonder how it was possible for Lord Salisbury ever to have said , as be once said , that the golden link which connects all Mr. Gladstone's phases of opinion and variety of character waa his persistent , undying hatred of the rural In terest. But that waa long ago. There is nothing in his recent career which appeals powerfully to the heart of the people. He has been guUtv of none of those excesses of generosity which lead men to pardon a thousand faults of judgment , cor has be ever been carried away by the flood-tide of a great enthusiasm. Yet , although in many inspects so antithetical to Mr. Gladstone , be resembles nig great rival in many of the hlc-her qualities. In religious matters they would probably agree more than any two in public me. Both are Anglicans sincerely devo'ted to their church , ana both are slightly tinged with sacerdotalism. In those great moralities which underlie aad transcend all forms of religious creed both are substantially at one. Mr. Gladstone makes more display ot his religious aentimenU from the sheer unreserve and openness of his soul ; but Lord Salisbury , although severely restrain ed and saddened" by that vein of cynicism which replaces in him all Mr. Gladstone's ebullient optimism is animated by the same lofty idealism and supreme devotion to the sense of duty. Both are exceedingly con scientious men , and habitually live and move and have their being on a higher moral plane than that on which ordinary politicians crawl content It is difficult to imagine either deliberately doing anything which be felt to be unworthy an English gentleman and a patriot fall Matt Gazette. The Department Women. There are 4,000 women in the Government departments at Washington , and among them of the and most-intelli are some best-looking - gent ladies of the capital. They come , as rule , from good families. Many of them are the widows of noted generals , the daughters of ex-governors and ex-congressmen , and now and then you will find the relative of a presi dent or a cabinet minister. Many of them have traveled widely , and the great majority are educated and refined ladies. They do ail kinds of work , and receive salaries ranging from $720 to $1,800 a year. As mouey-count- lers they are much more expert than the men , and the rapidity with which they can count thousands upon thousands of dollars without making a mistake makes your brain whirl as you watch them. The money-counters get about $75 a month , and they count mil lions of dollars a month. At one side of each one on the table lie great piles of greenbacks done into Zpackacces as they come from the press. I am speakeng now of the Redemption Bureau of the treasury. These bills are old and dirty. The strip of paper around each package of 100 bills states where they came from and who counted them in the country. The young lady takes this off , and , moistening her lingers with a wet sponge in front of her , she counts the bills like lightning , and if the package is not right she reports so to the chief , and the banks from which the bills come must stand the loss. The girls seldom make a mistake , and if they do so , or pass a counterfeit without noting it , they must make the mistake good , and the amount is taken out of their salary. They can tell , however , a bad bill simply by feeling it , and a bank cashier will make a hundred mis takes where they make one. Washington Let- ter.i * Tli'o Baby Kins ; or Spain * The baby king of Spain made his first appearance in public on June 28 , when hi" mother took him to the Atocha church foi a thanksgiving service. The soldiers lined the streets , which were crowded with people of all classes. The balconies were full , and the Indies were especially eager to catch a glimpse of the baby. Tho procession con sisted of a long row of splendid carriages , occupied by the members of the royal family and Household with a fine escort. The queen was in a magnificent carriage and looked well , though still mourning , She had the king in her arms. It is pretty dry times when the railroad magnate is unable to water his stock. To preserve shoe-leather go barefooted. EDUCATE YOUR SONS. Endow them with a legacy that cannot be squandered and send them to the UNIVERSITY OP NOTRE DAME , an institution now in its forty-third year , and unsurpassed for its advantages to im part to your sons and wards a thorough and finished education , eitherin a thorough commercial ( business ) course , which is a distinguishing feature of Notre Damo uni versity , or in a full course , which comprises classics , law , science , mathematics and music. Special advantages are offered to students of the XiAW DEPARTMENT. THE MINIM DEPARTMENT , a separate institution ( St. Edward's hall ) for boys under 12 years of age , who are taught by SISTERS OP THE HOLY GIIOSS , under whose maternal care they pass nearly the entire day in receiving instruc tion in all tho elementary branches of an English education together with a funda mental knowledge of Latin , French , Ger man , vocal music , violin , piano and draw ing , preparatory to enter either tho junior or senior classes of the university. Board , washing , mending , tuition and entrance fee for session of five months in Minim'department , $130. The eighty-fifth session will open on Tues day , September 7. 1886. Before concluding where to place yourson or ward send lor a catalogue , which will be sent free , giving you full information of the University of Notre Dame. Address , Eev. T. E. WALSH. C. S. C. , President University , Notre Dame , Ind. Eight members of congress have died dur ing the present administration. Reduced from $1.50 to 75c per year , Weekly State Journal and Lincoln Month ly. Best news and educational papers in Nebraska. Send money at once to Lin coln busihess college , Lincoln , Neb. Sani Jones says he has not "chawed" tobacco since he left Chicago. If Your IMgcstion is Poor , Improve It by using CARTER'S LITTLE NERVE PILLS. 25 cents. . Wayne county , New York , reports a large peppermint crop. Don't fail to see the BATTLE OF GETTYS BURG when you visit Oin-iha. Special rates to excursion par ties. D.H. Wheeler , Jr , Sec'y Baker Kabok , of Chicago , has committed suicide because his workmen boycotted him. Iron for tlio Blood , Sleep Torino Nerves , strength for the body , by using CARTER'S IRON PILLS. Four hundred foreign-born women keep saloons in New York City. To keep a promise don't give it. Return oiFortune's _ Favorite. J. &L JUckett8"E8q. , of Crested'Butte , has returned fromseveral weeks' visit among relatives andfriends east and the enjoy ments of pleasures and luxuries there to be had which the snug fortune he drew in The Louisiana State Lottery at its" drawing Juno 15th enabled him to do. It is safe to say that alter having , in western parlance , "lived so long upon expectations and rab bit tracks" in" these altitudinpus mountain regions , "Jim , " as he is familiarly called by his intimates , thoroughly yet reasonably partook of tho pleasures and luxuries afore said , first collecting the $30,000 , which , by the way , was promptly paid by that cor poration , whoso record for square dealing , always unquestioned , can now be verified here. The collection was made by the First National Bank of Denver , through which Mr. Ricketts sent the ticket ( No. 18,145) ) in due time as quick as the returns could be made receiving th coveted gold. When the announcement that Mr. Ricketts had drawn two-tenibs of the capital prize of $150,000 in The Louisiana State Lot tery was received by him , ho was , ns our readers know , very tskeptical and even wagered $500 each with his friends , Avery and Gray , that he would not get the money. / Tho Review-Press gave a full report of "Jim's luck"-at the time , nnd now that he has returned homo with well lined pockets and eubscribod for Gunnison's daily we again tender our congratulations and wish him long life to enjoy his prosperity. The investment was , he tells us , made with great hesitation , it not being his habit to purchase shares in lottery schemes of any kind. kind.Mr. Mr. Rickatts is a young man , an attorney at Crested Butto , and until this turn of fortuno's wheel did not have any overplus of this world's gotUs. We understand that with a portion of the fortune won hewill seek still another and larger , by investing in the lottery called "Mining" the develop ment of some of tho mineral claims he is in terested in in this eounty. May success at tend him.Gunnison ( Col. ) Review Press , August 3. "Off with his head. So much forCutting- ham , " cry tho Mexicans. Geo. Roth has unaided worked his way through Elliott's Business College , and is now book-keeper for Pilger Bros. , wholesale grocers ofv Burling ton , Ia. The cotton crop of western India is ex pected to be the largest ever recorded. iViiE - setting your boot or shoe stralfjlitened , use Lyon's Heel Stlffeners ; they keep them straight. Gov. Foraker announces himself for Sher man for president. Carter's Little Liver Pills may well be termed "Perfection. " Their gentle action and good effect on the system , really mako them a perfect little pill. They please those who use them. "All things come to him who waits. " Relief Is immediate , nnd a cure sure. Plso'a Remedy for Catarrh. 50 cents. Sunstrokes aro an unknown quantity in Colorado. Tho color produced by Buckingham's Dye lor the Whiskers , is permanent and natural To promote digestion , to keep the body healthy and the mind clear , take Ayer's Pills. Princess Victoria of Germfany is an ugly girl ; blonde , with a sarcastic smile. Graduates of the Iowa City Commercial College are holding good positions all over this country. Students travel several hun dred miles to attend that school. It is said that Boston's tax rate will be $12.G5 on $1,000 this year. _ , . t SAFE , permanent and complete aretha cures of bilious and intermittent diseases , made by Prickly Ash Bitters. Dyspepsia , general debility , habitual constipation , liver and kidney complaints are speedily eradicated from the system. It disinfects , eternises and eliminates all malaria. Health and vigor are obtained more rapidly and permanently by the use of this great natural antidote than by any other remedy heretofore known. As a blood purifier a'nd tonic it brings health , re newed energy and vitality to a worn and diseased body. Miss Cleveland will not go to Cliicjngo , but will do hereditorial work atlongrange. PERRY DAVIS * PAIN-KILLER is an excel lent regulator-of the stomach tvnd bowels , and should always be kept on hand , espe cially at this season of the year , when so many suffer from bowel complaints. There is nothing so quick to relieve in attacks of cholera. Major Ben Perley Poore weighs 300 pounds and enjoys a good dinner. The Omaha Type foundry can furnish new newspaper outfits on short notice. Prices same as in Chicago and freight already paid to Omaha. Distress After Eating la one of the many disagreeable symptoms ot dys pepsia. Headache , heartburn , sour stomach , faint- ness nnd capricious appetite arc also caused by this very widespread and growing disease. Hood's , Bar- laparilla tones the stomach , creates an appetite , pro- ujcrtes healthy digestion , relieves the headache , and cures the most obstinate cases of dyspepsia. Read the following : "I hare been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but little appetite , and what I did eat distressed me , or did me little good. In an hour after eating I would experience a l ntacss or tired , all-gone feeling , as though I had not eaten anything. Hood's Sarsapa- rlU&dldme an Immense amount of good. It gave me an appetite , and my food relished and satisfied the craving I had previously experienced. It re lieved me of that faint , tired , all-gone feeling. I have felt to much better since I took Hood's Sar- Baparllla that I am happy to recommend It. " G. A. fjiGK , TVatertown , Mags. it. J. B * sure to get only Hood's Sarsapariila I by all druggist * , si ; sir for 3. Prepared c 3-1. HOOD & CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , M SOO Doses One Dollar Rnptnre , Breach , or Hernia , permanently cured or no pay. Tho worst cases GUARANTEED. Pamphlet nnd refer ences , 10 cents in stamps. World's Dispen sary Medical Association , GG3 Main St. , Buffalo. N.Y. General Harney , of tho United States army , is the oldest man on the register. "ConsumptionCured" would be a truthful name to giro to Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery , " the most efficacious medicine yet discovered for arresting the early development of pul monary disease. But ' 'consumption cure" would not sufficiently indicate the scope of , its influence and usefulness. In all tho many diseases which spring from a derange ment of the liver and blood the "Discov ery" is aaafe and suro specific. Of all drug- giste. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ No man was ever so moan that he could not givo advice. t How often is tne light of the household clouded by signs of melancholy or irritabil-/ ity on the part of the ladies. Yet they are not to be blamed , for they are tho result of ailments peculiar to that sex , which men know not of. But the cause may he re moved and joy restored by the use of Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription. " which , as a tonic and nervine for debilitated women , is certain , safe and pleasant. It is beyond aH compare the great healer of women. An illicit distillery has been discovered in the county jail at Atlanta. The Omaha Typa foundry can furnish new newspaper outfits _ pn short notice. Prices same as in Chicago and freight already paid'to Omaha. The "best and surest Remedy for Cure of all diseases caused Ly any derangement of tlio Liver , Kidneys , Stomach and Bowels. Dyspepsia , Sick Headache , Constipation , Bilious Complaints and Malaria of all kinds yield readily to the beneficent influence of It is pleasant to the taste , tones up the system , restores and preserves health. It is purely Vegetable , and cannot fail to prove "beneficial , both to old and youn < r. As a Blood Purifier it is snperior to all otliers. Sold everjr-vliere at SI.00 a bottle. NEWSPAPER OUTFBT3 Furnished on Sliort Hfotice From Omaha , at Oiicairo 2P iccs. HEf OB SECOffl-EAl GOODS CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. OMAHA TYPE FOUNDRY , Omaha , Neb. , 12th and Howard. W. N. U. . Omaha 325-35. : KTESO : : OMAHA Races , 'September 6th to llth-Purses , : : $10,000 , Premiums for Stock and Products , : : $10-000 , For Best 50 Ears of Corn , : $50OG-BRNG ! IT ! INTEB - STATE A t : -TO BE HELD IN CITY OF- AI As OI&AHA , SEPTEMBER 4th TO 63th. I For Premium Lint or Information , AdUresB : B. W. WHEELER , Sec'y , Omaha. m-asuz _ _ _ . _ Ever-rthlnir _ . _ tanjjlit pertaining by Experienced to a TlioronRh and Practical Business Tcachoru. Kducation C/ / E TEI KGKAPU1 ! Student * Fitted for .Practical Work In from 3 to 6 Month * . Actnal Business Practice , Penmanship , Beok-keepinp , etc. for specimens of Penmanship and ColleM 3i louroJO , addre * . KATUKDN & JJAILEY , Omaha , Kefc. WHERE TO TRADE WHEX VISITING TIIE OMAHA , NEBRASKA , FAIR. CAPITA ! . , 8300,000. COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK. EZBA. MIIXABD. Pres't. A. P. HOPKINS , Cas'r. Orunha , Nebraska. H. KOUXTZJPree't. . F. H. DJLYIS , Cas'r. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Southwest Cor. Thirteenth and Fnrnam. TV. TV. MAKSH. Prcs'U J. Vf. RORXFJ-K , Cas'r. UNION NATIONAL BANK , OMAHA , NEB. Masonic BnUdlng , Capitol Ave. & 10th St. C. "W. lUuiLTOx. Pres't. M. T. BJLBI.OW , Cas'r. UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANE. Southwest Cor. Twelfth and Fnrnam St t. FRANK Muupnv , Pres't. BEX. B. "WOOD , Cas'r. CAPITA ! , AND SURPLUS , S370.00O. THE MERCHANT'S NATIONAL BANK. Omaha , Nebraska. NEBRASKA NATIONAL BAbK. THE IROX SANK. H. W. YATIS. Pres't. A. E. TOUZALI-- , VIce-Prcs'L Comer 12th and Fariiam Sts. MAX MEYER & CO. , JOBBERS OF CIGARS , TOBACCOS , GUNS & AMMUNITION. 1O20 to 1034 Farnnm St. , Omaha. RECTORWILHELMY CO. , W lxol.oso.lo C . a d. tw u x * o _ "Western Agents for Austin Powder , Jefferson Steel Kails , Fair-bank's Standard Scales. Corner Tenth mid Hartley Streets , Omaha. CLARKE BKOS. & CO. , Omaha Coffee aiid Spice Mills , Import ers of Teas , Coffees and Spices , Etc. 1414 and 1416 Barney Street , Omaha , Neb. . M. STEELE & Co7 "Wholesale Grocers , Sole Agents for Straiton & Storm's Cigars. 1319 to 1323 Hnrney Street. DEWEY & STONK , 1115 and 1117 Farnam. Street. NEBRASKA FUEL CO. , Wholesale and Retail Hard and Soft Coal 314 South Thirteenth Street. WELTY "c LANDROCK , Saddles , Harness and Wholesale Sad dlery Hardware. 1413 Farnam Str t. CODTANT & SQUIRES , "Wholesale Dealers and Shippers iu Hard and Soft Coaf. Best Varieties. 313 South 13th Street. J. EVANS , Wholeale and Kelail Dealer In Agrical taral , Forest and Flower Seeds. S nd for Catalogue. Fourteenth and Dodg Streets. OMAHA COAL , COKE & LLttK CU. , or < > jbJbS E : E-t.s. 209 South Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Neb 31. E. SMITH & cp. Importers and Jobbers Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions. 1103 & 1104 Dongla * . Cor llth St. , Omaha. H. T. CLARKE DKUG COMPANY , Largest Drug , Paint , Oil and Glass House West of Chicago. Complete Line Druggists' Sundries. 1114 H r.y Sir * * r , Omaha. KELLY , STIGEtt A : CO. , ( Successors to L. \\llllams & Son ) Dry Goods , Cloaks and Shawls , Boots & Shoes Cor. 15th and Dodce Streets. OMAHA OIL & PAINT CO. Wholesale Paints , Oils and Window Glass. 1403 Douglas St. , Omaha , Neb. PAXTON , GALLAGHER & CO. , WHOLESALE GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Nos. 705 , 707. 709 , 711 S. Tenth St. , OMAHA , NEB. McCORD liRADY & CO. , WHOLESALE GROCERS. Laavenworlh and Thirteenth Sts. , Omaha. EJJHOLrtf A ; ERICKSON , "Wholesale and Retail Jewelers. 15th and Dodge Streets , Opp. Postofllce. KENNAKU & POWER , Jobbers of Machine , Cylinder and Illuminat ing Oils Office 1519 Dodge St. , Omaha. TINYAKD & hCUNEIDER , Wholesale Notions and Gents' Furnishing Goods. 1006 and 1008 Farnan St. , Omaha. A. L. STRA3NG COMPANY , Water Works , Engineers' , Boilers , Steam Pumps , Steam Heating , Milling Ma chinery and Hydraulic Elevators. OMAHA , . . . . KEl-KASKA. COIXrNS , GOKDOX & KA C , Wholesale Firearms , Ammunition , Fireworks , Base Ball and General Sporting GoodBicycles , Tents and Hammock ; , Omaha , Xeb. H. H. 3IAKUOFJ ? , VHOLESALE - TRUNK - MANUFACTURER. Millard Hotel Block , Omaha. THE GOODMAN D1J.TJG CO. , w IL o 1 oa a 1 o - xXL gj gj i at &y ind Dealers In Paints. Oils nnd Window Glass , Oma ha , Neb. WIEDKMAX & CO. , icneral Commission Merchants and Jobbers of Green Fruits , Provisions and'Oysters. 220 South 14th St. , Omnha. OMAHA COAL AND PRODUCE CO. Wholesale Dealers In Hard and Soft Coal , ind Exclusive Dealers in Boulder ( Colorado ) Coal. 217 S. Fourteenth St. , Omaha. Deafness and STi-il Catarrh . PertnanentlT cured. Glasses f ntted for all forms of defec- - JSE & THROAT Mrted. AddreM Dr. 3LMPEY. Omaha. Neh. lestown.Ma-a. Davenport , Iowa. pniltira care. No Kwrt. > -oJU ter. NoP in. TV-C. c. Marah Utown.IowiI PAY I or Af"ents everywhere. OMAHA Neb.S 1 * Co" M South nth Neb. TWO YANKEE OUPHANS , ANDREWS BROS. , CLOTHIERS and TAILORS 1113 Farnnm Street , Omaha. HOSPK , FINE ART AND MUSIC- 1513 Dongloa Street , : t Omaha. G. A. LINDQUKST & CO. , Tvrvrrnt fm. Turn < | * -kjrXjOE t.S. 1200 Farnam Street , OMAHA , : : : NEBRASKA. FREDERICKS' GREAT HAT STORE. ONL.Y "LEADING HATTfcR. , Agent Celebratsd DUXLAF HATS. 15th Street , ; : N r Poutoffloe. S. P. MORSE Sc CO. , W1IOLESAI.B AXD RETAIL Dry Goods , Cloaks , Suits ami Carpets. 1313.1315 & 13173"nrnnmSt. , Omaha. 11. J. SAXB , TiT" " * 'OIJU < 3r "FT A.'X"J.'Ji ari. . Opera House , : : Fnrnam Street. MAX MKYKK & HKO. , Manufacturing Jewelers , Dealers in Pianos and Organs. Cor. llth and fnrimiu Slit. , Omnha. KAMQE. TAILOR AND MEN'S FURNISHER. 1311 Frtrnnm Street. 3IIL.TON KUGEUt & eOXS , Stoves , Ranges , Furnaces , Mantels , Grates , Tiles , and House Furnishing Goods. 13 1 autt 1323 Furimm St. AMES' REAL ESTATE AGENCY. 1507 1'arnam St. , OmahaS'eb. . Farm t.onnn. Cull and Sue V . JS1. CUKUIEir , THE LEAIWSO PHOTOGRAPHER. 17SO St. Mary's Avc. , Omaha. A. J. SIBIPSOX , Carriage Manufacturer. Good Second-Hand Buggies and Phaetons for Sale. 1409 & 1411 llge St. , Oinnha. K 1JKOS. , Commission Merchants , Fruits , Produce and Provisions. Fnrrmm St. , Omalia , "S > b. & TAYI.OK , Builders' Hardware , Mechanics' Tools and Buffalo Scales. 1405 Douglas St. , Omuha. K. B. FA1.COXEK , Importer , Jobber , and Retailer of Dry Goods , Notions , Black and Colored Silks , Etc. _ 15th and Hous'aa Sts. _ U. S. WIND ENGINE AND PUMP C0.\ ITaKaday Wind Jfilii , Steam and Water Svn- plies , Plumbing Goods , JJeltlny , Ifae. * * 918 and 920 Farnam St. , ; Omnha , N' b. _ b. K. KEt/TOX. Mranggf r. N & FISIIKR , ARCHITECTS. D. X , . SHAXE , : : Superintendent. Pan on I3aiJ < lIiijj , Omaha. CHARLES SHIVKKICK , Furniture , Bedding , Upholstery , Mirrors , Etc. 120G , lliOS and 1810 Farnam St. , OMAHA , NEB. CHAS. B. LEE , Hardwood Lumber , Wagon Stock , Fancy Woods , Bridge Timbers , Etc. S. TV. Cor. Oth and Douglas Sts. , Omaha. T. S. GP.IGOK & CO. , TEAS , COFFEES ASD SPICES. Cor. 10th and Capitol Ave. JOHN A. WAKE FIELD , WHOLESALE LUMBER , LOIE , &c. IMPORTED AXD A3tEtrcvv PORTLAXD CEMENTS State Agent MILWAUKKK HYURIULIC CHMEXT. WUiTXKY & < O. , Commission Merchants and Brokers , Produce , Provisions , Fruits , Etc. 1401 Dodpe Street. EDHOL3I & EIUCK-ON , Wholesale and Retail 3Iusc Dealers. State Agents Helming < fc Son's and Decker & Son's Piinin. 15th and Dodze Sts. , Opp. Postofflce. KENKARD & POWERS , WHOLESALE DEALERS IS Paints , Oils , Varnishes , and Window Glass. Omaha , 1 > . P. HOVER & CO. , Agent for Hall's S fe & L"ck Co.'s Fire and Burglar I'rroof Safes. Time Lo'k's. Vaults indjall work. lJi ( ) Karnam btree , . , Ojialu , Xeb. MERGE LL & RO5ENZWEIG , Wall Paper , Shades , Art Glass , Do a General House and Sinn Painting Business. 1515 Donglos Street. JEFF IV. BEDFORD , COAL , COKE , LIME AXD STONE. Jfflcc 213 South llth SU Omaht. "iards , Sth anil JJivenport Streets. 3IAYKE BRO- . . REAL ESTATE DEALERS : n City anil Farm Property. Lnml * to chinsfor Goods , and Goods of all kinds for Lin . L519 Karnaui St. , - : Omal.- . , SV : > . EATON , Photographer and Dealer in Photo Supplies. established 1SC6. SCUM ) Nesathcs presc.-ved for fn- ture use. 132O Fan-am St. , : flmnha. . CAULFIEL.O , Wholesale Bookseller and Stationer. 1304 Farnam S . , Omaha , > eh. GKATTOX & l > KU > OIONt > , rlANUFACTURERS OF FINE CARRIAGES. 1315 and 1317 Harney Sr. MIS' TRIAL. A i'ull Set of Attachments. "S" © - arfiSend for Circular. c. A. - roor > & co. , ' 27 IV. 10 tli St. , Pfaila. , PC. For od ! oryonnsr. mala 0female , to Introdnco est selltnsr noyeltieJ to 5 dally surv. D m' mll ils cliance. but send 25 cts tor sainpln at.d : crm . SMtciAi-rT Co. . 3U8 S. llth Su Omana. Neb. rt ffiB V 1 9 nleUr * ad 1 1 BJ 1 1 1 H IT f nred * * born . 1 1 rill li solicited and free trial of cure J j. LJI lUBifi lwne taTe Uz-itors.