Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 12, 1883, Image 2
TEE DAILY BEE--TflUKSDAr APBIL 12 1883 That is what a great many people arc doing. They don't know just what is the matter , but they have a combination of pains and aches , and each month they grow worse. The only sure remedy yet found is BROWN'S IKON BITTERS , and this by rapid and thorough assimilation with the blood purifies and enriches it , and rich , strong blood flowing to every part of the system repairs the wasted tissues , drives out disease and gives health and strength. This is why BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will cure kidney and liver diseases , consumption , rheumatism , neuralgia , dyspepsia , mala ria , intermittent fevers , &c. ao ] S. Pica St. , Baltimore. Nor. 38,1881. I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia , and for several weeks could cat nothing and was growing weaker every day. I tried Brown's Iron Bitters , and am happy to say I now have a good appetite , and am getting stronger , Jos. McC/.WLCY. ' BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is not a drink and docs not contain whiskey. It is the only preparation of Iron that causes no injurious ef fects. Get the genuine. Don't be imposed on with imitations , OMIfill.ii President. Vlou Pit ) t W. 0. Daiann , Ito. ai I Treas. THE NEBRASKA MAMACTUPJM GO Lincoln * Neb MANUFACTURERS OF Corn Planters HnrowB.Farra Bottom Balky Hay Rakee. Baocot HleviUlnu WlndmlllB , Sia. W * prepared to do Job wotk nd ounalio taring fet other partlei , Addteual orderi Oitbe HIBB4BKA UANUrAOTUiUNI CO ) Lincoln Neb ; 4ANDY JANDY Send 81 , 82 , 3 , or 5 for n flnutplu retail - tail box l > y lixprcHN , ortholicntciindlcHlH America , put up In decant ) boxcM. nml Htrlctly pure. Suliti- lilefor proHcntH. Kx- prt > HH clmrgpH Unlit , liefer * to all Chlca- . Try It once. AddrcHH , C. P. GUNTHER , Confectioner , Chicago. BAL L'S CORSETS KvoryiCorsot U warnuitoil satis- Victory to Its wonror la every way , or tbo inonoy will bo refunded by the poraon from -whom It wan bought. /i only C r > rt pronounced by pur leading jihyilclj \i ? Injurious to thnwMivr , ondtnclorMxIIiy ladle * u ! : " moit comfortaLlo awl prrfrct Cttlntf Corstt vu ' > / " J'/IICEfl.bj Wall , I'ottcve F ldl Aitlth PffMrrlns$1.60 , , "clfvA.dJuillna'i & > < > ralnal ( extra henry ) B.OO. Nunlns , ! . Wealth 1'rMertlna ( Boa roulll ) .00 l'ara < * a ftklrt-Hupportlne. * 1.6O. Vjr sale by Icadlnc Itetall Uealer * eTrywho OUtOAOO OOUSUV CO , , OUloaco , HI. illltKi t ' HEIESTK WSP Lt * .vji dF Mm M > AFURLIY VEGUAIUE REMCDY POKEDOOr PRICKLY /JK.M > CIUN mute. AMRFICT SYCTTM RUCVATOR THE SONS OF MALTA. ReoollBot'ons ' o ! a Secret Order That Forotd Good Men to "Bivo Themselves ' " " Away , And Which FJourliibed in Omaha in the Good Old Tiinee. Loulirllle Conrl r.Jtiinal. Jnst a qaartor of a century ago a secret society , known na the Sons of Malta , sprang imddenly into existence In the city of New Orleans. The orig inal object of the organization was the captnro of Cabs , and many prominent military men of the south were the leading spirits in the movement. For reasons which the writer is not at lib- ; y to divulge the fillibusterinp ; plans of : ho order were abruptly squelched , and soon thereafter a well-known newspaper man , who had boon initi ated , conceived the idea of making "somo fan for thu boys. " The whole ) aslnosB of initiation , etc. , was trans- brmed into a serin cf the most aiupondons sells , practical jokes , and outrageously onmloal proceedings ever ireamod of. The order spread rapid- y all over tbo union. It was gener ally believed by the outside public that the Sons of Malta was a benev olent society , and to foster thin belief 'reqnont lengthy notices of charitable deeds performed by the order were lublisred In the newspapers all over ; ho land. Meetings were hold week- y , and there was so much solid fen to 30 enjoyed that nothing short of a death in the family would deter a member from attending ; therefore , in many places the membership was so great that the utmost difficulty was Bxporiencod In obtaining lodgo-rooma of sufficient capacity , Candidates tor initiation were ush ered into tbo hall where those who were already members were arranged In rows , each covered from head to foot with a white or black gown , in which was out small holes for the eyes and mouth. With this garment on the identity of the wearer was per fectly concealed and the candidates who were initiated at ono tlmo did not know whether they were la the hands of friends or strangers. To each oandldato the "master of ceremonies , " in a most ! impressive and pleasing manner , slated the objects of the order and told how the brother- iood came together with ono aim and ono understanding. "Wo are bound together , " ho said , "by the ties ot love , oonGdenoo tnd charity for ono mother , strengthened and solidified by the cement of confession. Wo opeu np the secrets of our hearts in the hearing and presence of each other. We are all sinful creatures and confession is good for the soul. Our good deeds speak for themselves , and'our bad deeds are recorded , and in duo tlmo those records are burned and the ashes are all that remain of a dead and forgotten past. " Then the candidate was asked if ho was willing to leave the sinful world behind and enter upon the now life. An affirmative answer , and the initia tion began. Ho was immediately blindfolded , led to a atepladder , and told to ascend and seat himself on the top stair with arms folded , This was the poiition each had to occupy whllo undergoing the ordeal of B > "confes sion" of his misdeeds. Ho would bo led along by adroit questioning until ho made what was regarded as a "clean breast" of his moral shortcomings. When a particularly rich or unex pected admission was pumped out of him , a deep , sepulchral voice solemnly exclaimed : "Ro-o-o-r-d It ! " - - - - And Immediately a heavy blow was struck upon a big drum to drown the Irrepressible laughter. 1C a candidate gave ovldonoo of a deslro to conceal anything ho was given to understand that the Inner secrets of his soul were known to the order , and to hoiltato In giving them would bo an unpardonable crime in the OTOI of the brotherhood. This would snflioo for many , but the ma jority would of course hold out and refuse to answer some Indelicate ques tion , liable to lead into a channel that might involve him in a disageoable confession , And all through this was exactly what was aimed at. In such eases an intimate friend of the candidate would pass up to the master of ceremonies on a slip of paper a point or two In some questionable transaction of the applicant's llfo , and this would prove the key to unlock the secret recesses of his hearts. This would the master say , in a tone oi rebuke - buke ; "Thp recdrds of the order show that upon inch a day , In such a year , while yon wore in the city of Cincinnati you did this and so/ ' Then in atone mildly expostnlatory ho continued : "My friend would I conld o li you brother at I have said before , all youi misdeeds are known to the order tc which you are Booking admission , While crossing the portala which sep arate our brotherhood from a wicked and sinful world , and while about en- torlng upon a now llfe'andbreathlngi purer atmosphereJ'y&n ' > th vo'tlngrate. fully tried to dftolfetis ' Tor this yet are to bo punished tad throat bwk In to the wickednoMydu' are to loath t < leave behind. , . , "Blr Knight' ' , summon the oonncl of ten and take the recreant befort that tribunal for punishment. " Then to the candidate , in a sad dened tone of voice ; "Sir , there is but ono way In whlot you can redeem yourself in the eyes o the brotherhood make a full am complete confession. " The feeling that tholr secrete mlgh actually bo in poiseaslon of the broth hood , and an indefinable dread of wha that council of ton might do In tin way of pnnlthmont , invariably un locked the month , and toiuo of th > moat sedate citizens raon of gooi character and standing were forced ti to own up to moral transgression which they would not euro to have ap- prnr In print. The candidate wai then aeked if hi conld swim. If ho answered In thi affirmative the reply was , "Let ns sci you. " If In the negative the answoi was , "Wo will teach you. " Bill blindfolded , he was marched to a fai corner of the room , whore a stream o water from a faucet kept up the de Inslon of a prospective bath , and oem minded to dlarobc fur the plunge fear strong brothers then iclzod him , and with toss placed him with bii | etomaoh on the top ft hlgh atool and told to strike oat Tfto delation was so great that the poor victim would kick and paw the air , and make the most rldlonloui exertions Imaqlnible. Althongh It was a dry bath , the new fledged brother had to bo pat through the drying machine. This was a high , narrow box jnst high enough and wldo enough for a man to stand upright In , when ho was In ; hrco slats wore Inserted to keep him n position while ho was going through ; ho drying process , The box was iang on pivots between two upright } r § , and had attached to the side a crank , by which it could bo readily and qnlto rapidly revolved. And this was only ono of the little trials which ho ambitions seeker after the mys- orlcs of Malta had to undergo. Ho was whirled round and round perpon * dlcnlarly , head over heels and heels over head , first qaito slow and then with gradually Increasing speed , until ho breath of the human propeller rave out. The frightened follow was hen removed to an easy chair to take a rest , whllo further questions were impounded to him , and the sonorous 'Ra-c-o-r-d 111" resounded - - - - through the hall after oioh of his an- iwera. Ho was then told to prepare or the "rough and rugged road , " Ho was placed an all fours , and , by prod ding from the roar , forced to crawl hrough n lorg Iron boiler , on which ; ho men were hammering ; thence up a rough incline to the top af a pedestal ; welvo or Cftaen feet high , from which 10 was shoved Into a largo blanket nado of sail cloth , with hand holes for ten men on a side , Then ho was sent flying to the colling. Dawn ho would come and up ho would go at the rate of thirty times in sixty soaonds , ind snoh a shaking up as the poor fcl ow experienced cannot bo realized by : heso who have not boon slmillarly 'avorod. And thus the "initiation" continued until the resources of the ledge were exhausted , ono grand soil following another in rapid succession , each one more stupnndnua than the ono pre ceding. Finally , as a grand wlud-up , iho candidate was informed that , in vlow of the fact that ho hod suffered so many Indignities and passed through such a trying ordeal , the ledge had decided to confer upon him the honor- arv title of O. R. J. A. , judge , or colonel , or general so nnd-uo having rcMenod the position In his favor. With a lengtnly and florid speech From the muter of ceremonies , and a deal of adulation and mock tokens of respect from the now unmasked mem bers cf the order , the candidate was nrosonted with bis credentials , which It was made obligatory upon him should bo Immediately opened and ex amined. Hastily the "great seal" of the order would bo broken , the cor- tlficnto taken from the envelope and opened , when the victim would dis cover the picture of a jackass In bold relief , with various acconntormonts and accomplishments , and would pocket his credentials and his chagrin imld the roar of the frollcksomo gang that surrounded him. This expose could bo greatly ex tended , but enough baa been given to lot those In Lonlsvlllo , who weromom bers of the "noblo order , " know that one of the G R. J. A.'s has been "giving away" their onsnednoa. Did She. DieT "No ; she lingered and suffered alone , pining away all the time for years , the doctors doing her no good ; and at last was cured by this Hop Bit ten the papers say so much about. Indeed ! Indeed ! how thankful wo should be for that modlclno. " WORK Aim WAGES. Emigration ana the Servant Question In Feudal Germany. Berlin Correspondence of the Evening Post. Some tlmo ago business called mete to the eastern provinces , and , on my arrival , I found the little town , the place of my destination , in a regular turmoil of excitement , because a newly appointed minister had dared to preach open rebellion of servants against their masters. Upon inquiry , it turned out that all this reyoroud gentleman had advocated was kind treatment , enough to oat and a warm bed to sleep in , for which unreasona ble demands ho was hauled over the coals and lorn to pieces by the evil tongues of all the old women of both sexes the little town-conld boast of. Their number was not email by any moans , I can assure you. Ono gen tleman especially , a high government rfilolal , In receipt of a 'comfortable salary of 4,000 thalors a year , woa loud , nbuvo all others. In his donmi * olotlons of the unlucky parson whs , in his zeal to do right , had made such an unpropltlous cutty in the zaal for popular favor. ' 'Why , " erica this worthy fnnc- tlonary , "it is ( imply absurd ; servants have Bettered themselves fully CO per cent since I was a boy , and It seems there la no end to their pretensions. Formerly a cook used to got twenty- four thalora a yew , now It la thirty- six. " "Lat mo see ; how much la that In American money ! " "I don't know. " Ho was qnlto right. Fashionable society bore is profoundly Ignorant on American subjects , They know tha the United States Is a. good place to end their bad boys to ; but beyoni this all la darkneis and blissful Igno nrnso. Having gone through n severe process of mental arithmetic by com pacing every one of thcao proclou thalors Into grosohen pfenning * , am theeo again Into Undo Sam's money I came to the conclusion that th wages of n Gorman cook were f 25.74 a year. ; 'Of course , " continued 'my au'hor t ity , "those nro cooks who know the ! business as well as our tastes. Houeo maids get leas , and nurses , who tak care of our children , loast. " "May I aik , please , what you pa snoh n nurse ? ' "About eighteen thalors a year , " "That moans a llttlo over three cent a day ? " "I am ignorant of the value o American money. " "In Helena , Montana , in Portland Oregon , and , In fact , throughout th entire golden Northwest , they pay an ordinary servant girl 930 n month , be sldos board and lodging. " "One ) hundred and twenty-Cv marks a month. " "Hnshl" A BMtUy-drMied servant girl ap reached us , all smiles , with a tray , on which she carried somn caps of tea , a ugar-bowl , several fhgona of cut lass containing cbolco brand Irs to tvor the tea with , and an aisortment f cakes. When wo had helped oar- elves the girl proceeded to the next roup , lor It Is the custom at all oven * ng partloi In Germany that tea pro- edes supper , which la partaken of by be gentlemen hat in hand and stand- ng , We resumed our conversation , "Yon don't say sol" "I cim asaure yon ' , "Thirty dollars a month I That Is earfnll" "Those are only ordinary wagei ; a ook gets fifty. " "Fifty 1" "Yet ; and so does a cowboy and a aundross , or , what la pretty much the amo , a Chinaman. " "I am perfectly amazed. " "Well you may bo , " Ho stood silent for a moment , then aid In a whlaper : "My dear sir , will yon do mo a cry great favorl" "With all my heart , " "Yon will not bo offended by my equcstl" " " "By no moans' "Well , then , don't toll na anything more about America , " Hero Is the whole emigration ques- Ion In a nutshell. The Gorman "up- > or ten" want to keep their cheap abor. Moreover , they want to keep belr labor cheap , and for this reason hey are deaf to all reasonable do- lands , and do not want to know any- blog about the home of the bravo , nd the land of the free , whore labor nds Its true reward and honoat absrora are respected by everybody , A family in tolerably easy olrcnm- tances In New York will get along with one girl , and pay her decent w gos. A family , surely not bettor ff , in this country , want six , and lay them what Amerlcrns would call lothlng at all ; but they are bound to lave them all the samoj a cook , a lurso , a maid , a washer-woman , an ronor , a coachman , perhaps , I will not slander the noble Gor man nation , whose many boaatlfnl raits of character I fully appreciate ; mt nowhere , except In Germany , have found ao many gentlemen to ? proud von to take a brush In their hands , mt not too proud to pay next to noth- ng for services rendered thorn. Such Gorman paterfamilias , especially when ho belongs to a class of horodit- ry officeholders , is the Incarnation of olfishnosa. H'll go , all slick and rim , to his club in the afternoon , to play a rubber of whist , to enjoy a ; amo of nine-plus , and to eat a pat- Id go , a qaal ) , or a fried steak In act , something ho does not provide for his family ; and when ho peruses tls BO called newspaper In the mornIng - Ing , ho does not want to road any thing unpleasant to himself. If ho docs , IB will threaten to stop his subscrip tion at once. This the editors know nd act upon. * Mri. Lydla E. Pmkham'a Yegeta- ) lo Compound Is a most valuable mod olno for ladies of all ages who may bo filleted with any form of disease po ullar to the sex. Her remedies are not only put up in liquid forma but in 'ills and Lozenges In which forms hey are securely aont through the mails. Women's lallor Made Waleta. Olara Belle : I hold that the put ing together of women's wear should > o as secret as Freemasonry , BO far ns .he . admission of men to any know- edge of the business IB concerned. That Is why I hate a man-milliner , and cannot mourn when he dips. Speaking of men In connection with womon'a olothoa , tallora are being en couraged to meddle with these affiira. There Is a notion that they can make a waist fit better than any ordinary dressmaker ; but the real superiority oi ; holr work lies In the preailng and inlsh. Tailor made suits of cloth invo a distinctive look , ana are ex- rely popular. Objection ia aome- ; lmea made by sensitive women to solng measured by men. The male dressmaker haa introduced a machine ; o obviate this difficulty. It consists ) f a sectional jacket , with more tabs , look and eyes , numbered tapes , slotted openings , and other adjustable devices than I could undertake to de- sctlbo. He pnta It on you , lets It out lore , taken It In there , and finally gets t fastened quite anugly all over. Then 10 consulta the figures on the tapes , coords thorn in his book , and you iavo been thoroughly measured for ho wMst of your dross. I took a friend with mo on the occasion this machine was applied to m.c , just no though ] was going to a dentist or soruo other dlflngrooablo operator. Bat there was nothing unpleasant about my experi ence. I was sent Into a dresalug room to remove my drcsa waist and put ot the patent one. Then I emerged fully incased in the latter , and had to submit to no handling whatever. Hop Bitter * are tha Purest and Deit Bitters Ever Made. They are compounded from Hops Malt , Buohn , Mandrake and Dandelion lion , the oldest , best , and most vain able medicines In the world and con tain all the best and most curative properties of all other remedies , being the greatest Blood Purifier , Llv9 Regulator and Life and Health Rea oring Agent on earth. jNo disease o 11-health can possibly long oxUt where these Bitters ore nsed , so varied and perfect are their operations. 'They give now Wo and vigor to th aged and Infirm. To all whoso em ployments cause Irregularities of the bowels or urinary organa , or who re qulro an Vpotlier , Tonic and mild mimulant , Hop Bitters are invaluable being highly curative , tonlo and atlm ulatlng , without Intoxicating. No nuttor what your feollnga o symptoms ore , what the disease or nil ment Is , use Hop Bitters. Don'i wai until you are sick , but if yon only feel bad or miserable , use Hop Bitter at once. It tray save your hfo. Hun drrds have been saved by BO doing $50 will bo pMd for a .caso they wll not euro or help. Do not sufferer let your friends suf fer , but use and urge them to use Ho Bitters. Remember , Hop Bitters la no vile drugged , drunken nostrum , but th Purest and Best Medicine ever made the "Invalid's Friend and Hope , " am uhouldbo wlthou family no person or them Try the Bitter * to-day. A true tonlo medicine , a blewlng 1 every household , U Brown'i Iron Bit ten. A FEW BARGAINS Houses LOTS , Farms , Lands- BEMIS ! 5th&DouglasSt. HOUSES AND LOTS , | No. 19 Full ot ad new house , | 3Troom , two > olow and one up-tulrs. Eight foot celling below ndieren above. Brick foundation , cellar , etc. A bargain , ( 00. No. 18 Large two story house , 10 rooma , two uge cellars , good well and cistern , barn , eta , on Wtbtter and 22d street , 86,000. No. 17 Lot 60x185 feet , new house of two rooms brick foundation 100 barrel cistern on Hamilton street near Poor ClareConventl- . No. ID House and lot on 17th near CU k 8k touie D room * etc. $1200. No. 15 House of 3 rooma nil lo on Pierce 8t near leth $1600 No. 21 New honseof 7 ro corner lot , isJf mile west of Turntable treet can on Sau dersSt. $1000. No. 6 House of eight earn etc. lot jOxlfi feet $2300. Vacant Lots. No. 282 Two full lota on 19th direct new Lake St. $1600. No. 351 Twenty five lota In Parkers addition ust north of the endot red street car line $400 ch easy terms. No.SJO Four lota on DelawartBt. neuHant > com park , IC50. No. 831 One half lot on South arenue , neat Bt. Uary'a avenue , $5(0. No. & 0-EJghteen 08) ) lot * on Slat , S2nd , 23rd andSaunderaatieet , near Grace , $600 each , and on easy terms. No , 348 Six beautiful residence lot * on Gather * ne atreot , near Uanacom park. $4,600. Twelve beautiful residence lota on Hamilton street , near end of old streetcar track ; high and lightly , | 3M to 8700. Sereral acre end half acre corn ota on Cum ng , Hurt and California street * Lowe's second end addition and Park PlaceAcademy ot Bacied Heart. Lota In "Prospect Place" an Hamilton and Charles street , Jui t west of the end of Red Street : arttack and Convent of the Bisters of Pool Clare , one and one half mile from postofflce and one mllefromU. P. shops , $1(0 to $500 tach , only 5 per cent down and S per cent per month Lots I a Lcwe's addition one-halt mile we-it of end of Red Street Car track near Conrent of Poor Clare Sisters In Shlnn's addition , $125 to (300 ( each , and on very easy terms. Lota In Horbach'i 1st and 2nd additions , Jhlnn's , Park Place , Lowe's 2nd addition , IU ? n' Lake's , Nelson's , Hanscom Place , Redlck'a ad dlttona , etc. , eto. Lot * In "Ore < ! lt Fonder addition" lust one- quarter mile south-cast of Union Pacific and U. andM , R.R. depot * , $260 to Jl,600ech , very easy terms. Business Lots. Three peed business lot * on street , 22il20 ftctcach , $1,500 each , orW.WO'0' all , easy terms. , , Two good business lots on Farnam street , S3i ea feet each , with frame buildings theron.renting tor about $600 per year each ; price $4,260 each. 41x132 feet on Farnam near 10th street , corner $12.000 Splendid Warehouse lot on Union Paclffo right of way , north of track and east ot Nail Works- being : 131 feet north frontage on Uason street , by about 100 fe t west frontara on 10th sL Farms aid wild lands In Douglas. Sarpy , Dodge , Washington-Hurt , Wayne , Stanton , and other good countle * In eastern Nebraakafor sale. faxes paid , renta collected , anl money loaned on Improved city and country proi erty at low rates of Interest. BEMIS' NEWCOITT MAP.tFOUR FEET1WIDB AND SEVEN FEET LONG , WITH i EVERY ADD ! WON RECORDED , ORCPNTEM PLATED UP TO DA.TE. " "OFFI 01AL MAP OF THE CITY. " EACH. $6.00 CEO. P. BEMIS , Estate 15th and Douglas Sts STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. , WHOLESALE GROCERS AND JOBBERS IN Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and All Grocers' Supplies , A Full Line of the Best Brands of JIBAES m MAMACTUBED TOBACCO. for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER GO. -ItRALERS IN- HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO. Fire and Burglar \ vm , 1020 Far n ham Street , ANHEUSER-BUSCH JDl < Association , CELEBRATED IEG & BOTTLED BEER , THIS EXCELLENT BEEE SPEAKS FOE ITSELF , Orders from any part of the State or the Entire West will be promptly shipped : All Our Goods arc Made to the Standard of our Guarantee. GEORGE HENNING , s. Sole Agent for Omaha and the West. Office Oorner 13fcb and Barney PERFECTION HEATING "AND BAKING la only attained by nalng CHARTER OAK Stoves and Ranges.1 WITH WIRE WLBZB OVER DOORS , For sale by MILTON ROGERS & SONS . lull.nikt ] MORGAN & CHAPMAN , WHOLESALE GROCER 213 Farriam St. . Omaha. N h BOLLN & SIEVERS. I H , BOLLN& CO , , 1609 Duutfaa Stroot. | Cor. 10th and California St. OMAHA .SEJ DDEPOTS. _ HENRYBOFLN&CO Htve brought to this city fiom Hie firms rf Ludredth k Son's , Philadelphia , and James M. Thur- burn * & > . , New Yorif , the Urge t stock of Qardci nd Field Seeds evtr Imported before to this city , atlcf which are guaranteed to bo fresh and tiue to tbe namt. Prices will also be as low as nny Eesponsible Dealer can Make , mar 16-eod-tf HENRY BOLLN & CO. CHERRY GROVE FARM. Frederic , Moproo Oo , , Iowa , 0. E. MAYNE/ T T Proprietor , Hai constantly on hand a large number of Horses. Matched Teams & Single Drivers ; A SPECIALTY. Description of Horses and other luforma tlxisent bf mall on appllcitloo. WILLIAM SNYDER , MANOFACTUBEB Or OAR. oasaes , First-Class Painting anfl Trimming , Repairing Promptly Done , 1319 Hcrney , Cor. 14th , Omaha. MANUFACTURER OF GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES , Window Caps , Finials , Skylights , &c. THIRTEENTH STREET , OMAHA , NEB.