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THE D.A1LY JtJJDJ * OMAHA THURSDAY MAY 18 , i882.
imiD &c OO , . & The Only Exclusive , > Wholesale Hardware House 13V 1108 AND 1 1 10 HARNEY STREET. OMAHA . NEB. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS , Boots and Shoes. OMAHA NEB. DEWEY & FURNITURE ! ORCHARD & BEAN , J. B. FRENCH & CO. , C A R P ETSI G R O C E R SI flAYETHB BEST STQCKIN NEBRASKA-MAZE THE LOWEST PEICES / ' This is the Only Fonse that Does , Not Sell High Price Goods PERKINS & LEAR , FURNITUR Bftdding , r\/lirrors / , Feathers , Feather Beds , anil all Goods'Pertaining to the Fur niture Trade , and Upholstery. PERKINS & LEAR , 1461 Douglas Street , Omaba. mon-wcd-frlli Snip CARPETSEASON. SEASON. invites the attenlionof the public vr- to his LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOGK O3E * New Carpets ! Embracing all the late pat terns in everything in the Carpet Line. Mattings , Oil Cloths and window Shades , In large quantities , and always the Bottom Prices. /t LACE CURTAILS A SPECIALTY _ . . _ 1313 Farnam Street. OMAHA , - - NEBRASKA. Bisiness Hirectory. Abitr et nd Real tttate. JOHN L. McCAOUK , trix lt Poet Offlct. W. R. BAKTLKTT SIT South ISIh Street. Architects. )0rRENE A MKNDELSSOnN , ARCHITECTS Room 14. CiGlghton Block , A. T. LABOR Jr. , Room 5. CteteMon Block. Boon and tihoei. JAMES DiYINK & CO. , line Boot ! nd Shoos. A rood * ortmenl lame work on bind , corner ISth tnd lUrncy. tHOS. KRICK80N , S. E. cor. 18th and JOHN rOUTUNATUS , 111 1Mb rtroet , m nuf cturci to order ( reedit it Mr prices. Bed Spring * . LARRIUER llktmUeturer. 1617 Donplurt , Dock * , New * and CUtlonery. J. I. FRUKIIAUF 1016 Ftmbun Str . Duller and Eggt. ioflltANK tt ECIIKOKDEU , the oldest U. nd K. JOUM In NebrwVk mtAbllshed 1875 Oroih * . RK3TAURANT , una A. , 'illmwt corner letlmnJ DoJgc. B < ut Board for the Montr. btlthctlon aomoUed at J1 Hours. Boird by tbe D r , Week or Month. Good Terms tor Ouh nn Ruppllod. U rrl ce and Road Wagon * . VII 8NYDEH , 14th and H rnev Street * . Clothing UouQht. f. U AKRI3 will p j hlghostCiwhprlco for tecond i.nil clothlnr. Cornor.lOth ind Pamhuu. Juwo er . JOHN BAUMEH 1SH Furahun Street Ounk. II. BERTHOLD , Ram and Uotal. Lumber Llmo and Oernont. i-OBTKR & OU\Y corner 8th Mid DoiifiUa Bl Lamps and Qlasiware. I. CONNER 1809 UoiulM Ut. Good Variety Merchant Tailor * . 0. A. LINDQUKST. One of our meat popular Merchant Tallon 1 re selrlng the Utcet designs for Spring and Sumniur Hoods for gentlcmcns wc r. StylUh , durable tnd prices low aa eor HE 13th bet. Dou ; . & Fain. Millinery. JIBS. 0. A. RINGER , WholeeMo and Retail , Fan- oy Ooodl In great \ rlety , Zephyrs , Ciril Doanla , uoclcry , Gloves , Corsets , &c. Cheapest House In beWcat. Purchaacn aaio 80 per cent. Order by llall. 115 Flftoenth Street. foundry. JOHN WEARNE & 80NB car. Hth & Jackson ita Mourand Feed , OMAHA CITY MILLS , 8th and Farnham Sta. , Welihana Bros. , proprietor * . Grocer * . S. STEVENS , Slit between Cumins and Iznr T. A. McSHANE , Corn. 23d and Cumin ? Btrootn. narawnie , Iron ana ttteel. .1LAK & LANaWORTUY , Wholesale , 110 t.nf t2 16th direct A. HOLMES come IGth nd California. Harnoic , Saadles , &c. B. WEIST SO 18th St. bet Farn-4IlaineY. Hotel * ANFIELD HOUSE , Goo. Canfleld.Bth & Farnhxiii OORAN HOUSK , P II. Gary , 918 Faniham St. SLAVEN'S HOTEL. F. Slavcn , 10th St. ionthorn Hotel Qua. Usnicl Oth & Lcivenwortb rue * , Halnt * and Oils. KUUN & CO. fharmacleta , Fine fane Uoods , Oar. I5tt > and Dotutlia ktroeta V. J. WBITEHOOFK , Wholesale & RoUlI , Iflth at. 0. FIELD , 2022 North Bide Cumin ? Street. PARR , Drusnrldt. 10th anil Howard RtrocK DantllU. OR. PAXTTi Williams Block Oor. lEUi & DoJfre. ur uooo notion * , etc. JOHN H. F. LEU1IANN & CO. , dew York Dry Goods Store , 1810 and 1818 Fam- ham etreet. 0 O. Enewold aim boot * * nd shoos k PaclUc. ruruiture. k F. GROSS. Now and Seoood Hand Furniture nd EtOTM , 1111 DcneUa. Ulehurt cub prlco kid for second hand rooae. BONNER 1B09 DsnTla M. Fine eood fto. rcrce rrorK * . OMAEA FENCE CO. 1DBT , FRIES * CO 1213TI rncy HI. , Improve Ice Boxes , Ircc acd Wood Fences , Offlca lllntrn. Connlci * Pine knd W lnn ( . Pawnbroker * . POSFNKKLD 10th St. . het far. ft Ukf Kerrigoratork , Uantleid' * Patent. GOODMAN 1th Ft. bpt. Fkrn. & Oleum and Tobacco , WEST & FR1T8CBICR , manufacturers of Clgnrs , tud Wholesale Dcnlerbl n Tobaccos , ISOSDousUs. H. r. LOUENZEN manutacturor 1116 Farnham Florist. A. Doncghno , p'nnta , cut flowers , seeds , ooqnota etc. N. W. cor. ieth and Douclaa etrceta Oivll fcnglneeni and Surveyoro. ANDREW ROSEWATER , CrclRhton Block , Town Surreys , Grade knd Sewerage Systems a Specialty. uornmlition Merchant * . JOHN O. WIL Lia.UH Dodge Street. D B. BEEMER For details see Urge advertise ment In Dally and Weekly. Oornlco Work * . Western Cornice Works , Manufacturers Iron Jornlco , Tin , Iron and State Roofilng. Orders rom any locality promptly executed In the beet manner. Factory and Office 1218 Uarnoy St. C. SPEOHT , Proprietor , lalranized Iron. Cornice * , Window Cap * , etc , manufactured and put up In any pan of the country. T. BINHOLD 4le Thirteenth street OrocMry , J. BONNER 1E09 Donelaa street. Good line. Clothlne and Furnlahlng Ooo < * . GEO. H. PETERSON. Also Hats , Caps , Boots , Hhoea Notions and Cutlery. 801 B. 10th street. Show Oase Manuractory.l 0. J. WILDE , Manufacturer and Dealer In all kinds of Show Cues , Uprlxbt Cases , & 131T Casa fit. FRANK L. GERHARD , proprietor Omaha Ihow Case manufactory , 818 South 16th etrrct , otweon Lcavonworth and Marcy. All gooda warranted Brst-clAW. eve * eno inWtare. A. BUllMESTER , ) ralrr In Stoyes and Tinware , knd Manufacturer f Tin Roofs and all klnda of Building Work , Odd Fellows' Block. . nONNKK. ISOfl DonirlM Ht oo.l and Ch tp lUeed * . . EVANS , Wholesale &nd Retail Seed Drills and Cultivators Odd Fellows Hall Physician * an * Burgeon * . W. B. GIBBS , M. D. , Room No 4 , Crelghton Block. 16th Street. f , b. LKIHhJiUlNU , M. U , Matonlo Block. 0. L , HAET , if. D. , Eye and Ear , opp. postofflce DR. L. B. OIIADDY , 0"iill t knd Aurlet. S. W Hth and Fkrnham Rtt Photograpnor * . GEO. HEYN , PROP. Grand Central Gallery , Six Sixteenth Street. ear Masonic Hall. First-class Work and Prompt- ees guaranteep Plumbing , Ua * ana Uteam Kttlnu. . W. TARPY & CO. . 216 12 Ht. , bet. Farnham andDouglaa. Work promp y attended to , D. riTZPATIUCK , 140 i > ouzlas Street. alntlnff an per 1ENRY A K01TKK8.141 Oed o Street. dhce 6oro . hllllpLan 18JO Farnham tt. bet 18th & 14th. Uecond Hand Otore. EREINS & LEAR , 1418 DouirUs El. . Ken and oconcl Hand Furniture , House Furnishing Goods , o. ) mny\t nnil oM on narrow nilridni Undertaker * . HAS. RIEWE , 1011 Farnham bet. 10th & lltd. 00 Cent Store * . P 0. BACKUS Farnbam Kt. . Fanor Gocdi Ualoont. HENRY KAUFUANN , n toe new brick block on Douglau Street , hat Just opened a most elegant Bccj Hall. Hot Lunch from 10 to 11 every day , Caledonia "J. FALCONER 67816th Btrcel. Ml ) DAILY BE ! -MAHA PUBLISHING CO. , PROPRIETORO yiU Farnham. bet. Oth and 10th Street * . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0 re ccny 1 year , In * dvanc ( f cetpatd ) $10 00 1 u.onths " " 5.00 month " " - .00 TIME TABLE. enicAoo , n. ritn , xmioirouj AX OMiHA i1L OAt > . I > are Omaha PaMerurer No. 2 , 8:80 a. m. Ae mniCHlUlon No. 4 , IKMp. m AtrUi Omaha Pa ! enr r No. 1 , tM : p. m t n s ; datlon No. S , 10:60 a. m. HU19 OMAOA li T 0 tOCtU SOUn. a , B. k O. 7:40 a. ru. S'40 p. m. a k N. W. , 7:40 a. m. 8:40 : n. m. 0. , n. I. A P. . 7:40 : a. m. 8:40 : P. m. K. 0.Kt , J. tt C. B.le res at (80 fc. m. and 7:4 : m. Arrives at St. Louis at 0:80 : at. m. knd 5:5 : m , W. , St. L. ft P. , iMrrn at S a. m. and 8:40 : n Arrives k El. Louis at 6:40 : k. m , and 7t : a rrar 01 BODTHWIUTD. B. k U. In Neb. , Through KirroM , 8SO . ra B. fc M. Lincoln Kxprow fl:20 p , tn. U P. Overland Express 1lt ; P * m- 0 , fc R. T , for Lincoln , 11:45 a. to. o. ft u v , > - . ojccMf , ° : < o . f. 0,1 freight No. 5 , C-CO t. m. 0. T [ rolght No. P , 8.M a. in. U. V. frclRht No. 18 , 2'80p. ra. U , P. In'UM No. 7 , 0:10 p. m. emigrant. U , V. Dcnvci expre'i , 7:35 : p. m. 9. P. froltht Nn 11. 11M p. m. 0. P. Dcmci fiolcht , 8:28 : \ \ m. AftMVtDO fHOK IAHT AKD 0 B. * Q 5:00 : k. m. 7:15 : p in. a fc N. W. , 9-4B a. m. 7:25 : p. m. a R. J. ft P. . 0:45 : n. m. 0:06 : p. m. S. 0. , SU JPO &C B. , 7.86a. ra. : nainso rnourni win AMD noornwitT. 0. It R. V. tnm Lincoln iOS : p ru. 0. P. Pacific Kxpren 3:25 : p. ru. D' tt M. In Neb. , Through Kxpwo 4lt : p in II A M. Ltucaln K y > tc& 0:4B : a m. U , P. Deaxor oixroiw , 7:3f : > a. in. U. P. Frilght No. 14 5:50 : p. in. U. P. No. 0 f.:20 a. m. Kmlft anl U. P. freight No. 14,12:15 : p. m. U. P. No. 8-B:00 : p. ui. U. P. No. 1S-1:45 : n. m. U , P. IVm or frclirbt , 1:10 n. m , 0. A R. V. ralxt-d , ar. 4:45 p. m. UllUt IllilSB BtrftltS CUAItA AKO to vo Omaha at 8:00 : , 0:00 , 10:00 : and 11:00 : oi. ; 1:0 : MO , 8:00 : , 4.00 nnd 5:00 : p. m. tu o Council llluffo nt S:25 , 8:25. : 10:15 : and :16 a. tn. ; 1:20 , 2:26 : , 3:26,4J5 : : and 6:23 : p. m finuJnj'it The dummy leaves Omaha at 9.00 4n ) 11:00 : a. tn. ; 2CO : , 4:00 : and 5:00 p. m. Lea > cn Oo ncll UluSi at BSS : and 11:15 : a. in. ; 2:26 , 4:25 : nJ 6 : 6 p. m. ThroJKU anj loctl pamonzer trains between Imtlia and Council Itluda. l.ca\ Omabiv 0:16 : ! i6 , 8:60 : R. in. : 8:40 : , & ' & . 6:00 : p. in. Arrlio ) ojih.-r : 0 , IIBB : , ll:4C : a. m. ; C:40. : 7:05,7H : p. m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Opening nno Oloalnff Of Mpllf. ROUT i. orur. oi.oni. a. m. u. m. a. m. p. m JMcatroasN. W 11.00 8:00 6:80 : 2:40 : Ohl tc. ; U I. & rnUCc.11:00 : 0:00 : 6:30 2.40 " l So U. Js Q . , . .11:00 : 8:00 : 6:30 : 2:40 : . Juth ! 12-.BO 6SO : 2:40 : 41aur City nnd 1'aclflc. . 9.00 6SO 2:40 : Union F-tlfi ? 4:00 11:40 : Dmuh. % H. V 40 11:40 : 3.ft M. In Neb 4:00 8:10 : Ocubi & Rloux City. . . . 6:00 : 7SO 3. A M. Lincoln 10EO (1:00 ( : C. P. Llnoln. Kunday. . . 1:80 : 11:00 J. P. l > m or Exp B.-OO 6:30 : ) . . 8ouxClty&fat. ! r..llco : 2:40 : Local uallx ( or Htito ol Jowfc toare but once a lay , viz : 0.80 n , m. OUlco OHM Hundnyi ! from 12 m. to 1 n. m , Tlton. V HALL P VI. ALMA. Condition of the Crops and Bother Farm News. Building Progress Personal Notos- Politlcn.1 Paragraphs. Correspondence of The lice. ALMA , Nob. , May 15. The general - oral appearance of iho surrounding country for this season of the year is bolter than it has been since 1870. Our winter gave us abundance ol moisture , and the spring has not boon slow in giving forth her portion of the beautiful fluid for thn production of crops. Rye and winter 'wheat are heading beautifully , and the earliest will apparently bo ready for harvest by the 10th or 15th of June. For almost three weeks past wo tiavo had cool , damp weather , which iias caused all small grain to stool out and gives a thick , heavy mat of young grain all over the ground. If the season is as favorable from this out as it has proved to bo thus far wo will have a very ricli crop of small grain. Most of the corn has boon planted some time , and n great deal of : orn is up nicely. Live stock is doing nicely. The ihcep raisers are having splendid luck with their lambs , losing but few shearing has not commenced yet. Jattlo are growing fat on the rich nutritious grasses of the valley ; yet vo have soran difliculty in procuring irat-clasa beeves for homo consump tion. I think the difliculty will bo ro- novod soon. This failure of keeping 'at beeves was occasioned from' the scarcity of corn ; while cattle kept n perfectly good-growing order they were not kept fat. Corn is "way np $1 per bushel. Alma is building nicely. The ijiafor house has just completed its addition 40x40 , and the Monitan has an addition of 20x20. We now have .wo as good hotels as any town in the state of our size , and better ones than lalf of them twice as largo. Our new chool house is completed and school commenced Monday last with Mr. ) has. Stewart teaching the higher de partments and MIBB Gonna Willis the > rinmry. The school .tarts In as hough it would bo a success , Our new postoflice building 24x41 is almost completed by L , B. McJIinnua , post master. B. M. Simrns has built an addition to one of his store buildings on Main street , and Sheriff Cave lias illod it with groceries , 0. L. Myers , confectioner , has also added a nice Addition to his very complete estab- ishmont. Dr. Gee , Deans is moving us residence from Republican City o this place and will hereafter prac- ice in Alma. Dr. Bawor , a younir physician irom 5t. Louis , Mo. , who 1ms boon looking over this part of the state for & few reeks , has located at Sacramento , Phelps county Mrs. Morgan , our county school uponntendent , hold a teachers' con vention in the Echool room yesterday. From present appearance our saloon jecpers will not take out license for ho lirst half of this year at least , there lot being enough tiplers to compun- ate him for his labors after the license eo is paid. Politics scorns to be very quiet. Our oprcsentativo , Hon. Gee , Rued , is not in attendance at the "extra BUS- ion , " ho being in Now Mexico in the government employ filling a survey ontract. Our moat prominent can- lidato for congress from what will bo his district is Hon. James Laird from tastings. The Farmers'Alliance and mti-Monopoly parties have done very ittle hero , I suppose owing to the \youlhfulness \ of the country. Pro 'liminary , or ratlior informal stops wcr taken to start thp woman's sulFnig ball to rolling Friday evening at In court room. A , R. Gftgo , the prominent hole keeper of Republican City , will tak charge of the B. it M. eating lieu o a Rod Cloud when it in completed , nm J. Strew of Oxford , I understand , > vil take charge of the one at McCook. PKLIS. "Womnn'n Trno Frlonil. A friend In need In ft friend Indeed , Thl nonocniuleny , e < poclftlly when ivsnlntixncol rendered when one Is cortly nlllictoJ with disease , more particularly those com plnintfl nnd wonknespm 83 common to ou fenmla trormlftUon. Kvery womi n * houlc know tiint Klcctrlc Bittern ore woman's true friend , nnd ulll positively restore her tci health , oven when all other remedies full. A single trial always proves our ns Mttlon. They are pleasant to th tiute , nnil onlv cost fifty cents a bottle. Su'.dby C. F. Goodrnwi A Crazy Englnoor. The following extract is from the log book of n Mieeisaippi River steam boatman : During the late war I was ongagci as engineer on board a govormnon ! transport. At the memorable siege ol Vickaburg my boat was ordered down thcro with n load of troops. On the 4th of July the Oity of Vicknbtir was surrendered , A lew days before the fall of Vicksburg I was ordered from one of the sidewhool transports on ton largo stormvheeler , then tin- dorgoing repairs at Mound City. Im mediately on taking charge of the now boat I was ordered to * raise stonm , and when wo were nil ready orders came to back out. Wo were under sealed ardors , which on being opened , proved to be instructions for uo to go to Vicksburg and thcro take on 300 wounded soldiorn and transfer them .0 Louisville. Our down trip was un attended by anything moro than n stray shot now and then from the juorrillas in the thicket. Our crow consisted of n full complement of of Gears , fifteen men on deck , nnd 100 soldiers as n consort to guard us against an attack from the onomv. When wo were safely moored at Vicksburg car pouters were set to work converting .ho boat into n hospital. All things being ready wo backed out with our 300 wounded soldiers nnd also ICO Confederate soldiers , that were being taken to n Northern hospital. Our vnyago was unusually quiet , the woods seemed less dangerous than at any ; imo since the war , no shotu having 3ocn fired on our downward trip. Wo were at the foot of Island thirty-seven when the incident occurred that prompted mo to write this sketch , an ncidont that caused my blood to al- nest freeze in my veins ns my fancy wanders back to the time , when I saw death staring mo in the face and mo loworless to avoid it. I came oil duty at 2 o'clock at eight , and an I walked dwnthoguardnfoolingofindoscribib' ( itielincss seemed to seize my fancy , nnd in spite of all myoflbrts to throw it off it seemed ( o increase as I neared .ho I entered the engine-room , en gine-room , and , us far'as I could sco , everything was in good order and my partner was in nplondid spirits and okingly said : "Don't blow her up with all theno people on board. " I was at that time an old ; And ox- jorionccd engineer , with an cstab- ishod reputation for skill , and the admonition rather confused me. I elt sure the same fooling had taken > 09acsaion of my partner that haunted no ; however , I made no response , bul proceeded to inspect the machinooy , is was my custom. I might have joon an hour looking around , when ooking up I saw a wild-looking man appear in the engine-room door , wear- ng the uniform of the Confederate irmy. I paid no attention to him , jut wont on with my duty. Presont- y I thought 1 heard some onoslipping ip to mo. I turned my head and saw ho man standing near mo with an iron wrench raised over my head. I raised ny hand to ward off the blow , but too ate ; only a dull dizziness and I know no moro. When I came to I saw a sight that ilmost paralyzed mo ; thoio I was > ound and gagged , wlulo the man that struck mo was watching the steam ; uage with carjurnoes , and which al oady indicated a pressure of 175 jounds , The "doctor" was stopped. Ao I opened my eyes they caught the of the eoldicr who with a maniacal augh , said : "There's n boat after IB , and I am going to keep ahead of tor. This boat don't inuko steam asy , BO I thought I would stop the 'doctor , " and ho laughed again at his > wn perspicuity. Great heavens , was t trun that I was bound by a madman , vlio imagined ho was racing with an other steamboat , and was raising moro itcam in order to win the race ? I enow that in a few moments a horrible explosion must inevitably follow and lundreds of people probably be killed , Vhat if ho should happen to change iis fancy and start the 'doctor. ' " Steam increased until it indicated 210 > ounds. I hold my breath and closed my eyes. Eagerly the mud soldier noted the increase of steam , ninl , with fiendish look , said , 'T gum I'll itart the 'doctor. ' " I nuw him put iis h-uid on the throttle vnl\v , saw ho ' doclor" start withja thump that airly xliook the whole boat , nnd for uveiv.l seconds the "doctor * run , but was not throwing any water. I held ny breath , expecting to bo hurled in- o eternity , when I saw the other on- 5i'nof r enter the door. At a ulancoho taw it all , and with a well directed > low felled the maniac to the floor. In- * tout orders to haul fires fured us , nd many a prayer was oflorud up for ur Btifo deliverance , Thu man that amoKo near blowing up thp boat had nco been a steamboat engineer , but , ; oing into the army received a wound n the head from which ho lost his rea- on. On this night ho had escaped roinhis guard , [ Cincinnati Gazette. A Renovating Remedy s to bo found in BimnooK BLOOD JITTKIW. As an antidote for sick loadaaho , female weakness , billious- ess , indigestion , constipation , and Lher diseases of a kindred nature , icao bittern are invaluable. Price , 1.00. Aontafor tlio MfoTlims and TroaclierouM ) i only life authoilzed by litr , and v.li'cti will lot b a "Illood and Thunder" btory. such as ha tocn nnd ulll lie imblliiiicd , but a true I.lfu by 10 only p raon who U In jnndmlon of tlio fKts a fal litul and dcxotod wlfu , Trutli U more nUrutinK tban fiction. AenU should a ) | > ly r territory at Pino. Send 76 cti. f jr Sarn ie Book. J , II. Chauiljnra&Ou. i H-aod-&w-cow titLuulu , Mo < SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK * Men's , Boys' and Children's CLOTHING Ready for Inspection AT POLAOK'S CLOTHING II HOUSE. / ] - / The Lowest Trices Guaranteed , 11316 Farnum Street , Near 14th. LX" * " The Oldest Wholesale and Retail JEWELRYHOUSB m Omaha. Visitors can here find all novelties in SIL VER WARE. CLOCKS , Rich and Stylish Jewelry , .he Latest , Most Artistic , and Choicest Selections in REOIOU3 STONES and all descriptions of FINE WATCHES at as Low Pri ces as is compatible with honorable dealers. Call and see our Elegant New Store , Tower Building , corner llth and Farnham Streets THE LEADING MUSIC HOUSE IN TOR WEST I General Agents for the Finest and Best Pianos and Organs manufactured. Our prices are as Low as any Eastern Manufacturer and Dealer. Pianos and Organs sold [ 'or cash or installments at Bottom Prices. A SPLENDID stock oi Steinway Pianob , Enabe Pianos , Vose & Son's Pi anos , and other makes , Also Clough & Warren , Sterling , Imperial , Smitb American Organs , &c. Do not fail to see us before pur- chasinir. MAX MEYER & BRO. , MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES Large Stock Aways on Hand. WM. ROGER -MAKERS OF THE- Finest Silver Plated Spoons and Forks ; The only nndf Ulonal plate that / / original firm of i is giving for In- llogorn Bros. B tan co - uinglo All on Spoons , Forks and plated Spoon a I Knivofl plntod triple thloknwta with the groatoat plate nly on of euro. Each the a o a 11 o lot being hung on a scale while whuro expo d being plated , to to wear , thereby Insuio a fall do- making a single pouit of sllvoron plated Spoon Ui inn. wear aa long BBs \Vo would call s triple plated cHpeciul attention one. tion to our noc- Rival , Orient. Tinned All Orders In the Wet should bo Addrewttd ( o B. HUBERMANN . . , Wholesale Jewefer , OMAHA - NEB 1 QIOMQ House Painting , OI U110 J IHTERIOB DECORATIHO. HE -LEHMANN , 1118 Farnam Street , Apurlmonls hi private hoiuca Pnintod , Frescoed or Decorated to suit all taatoa. Wo make u special Btudy of the true harmony of colors and produce fiuo con.raatsand combinations to juatoh every variety of furnishing. Ohurchea and publio buildings painted and frescoed in the most approved stylo. ESTIMATES FURNISHED. I EPdPLQY NONE BUT FIRST-SLASS MECHANICS , and give rewonal attention to all work ,