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SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out , instead of aches , and pains , wouldn't you rather feel fresh and strong ? . , You can continue feeling miserable and good for no thing , and no one but your self can find fault , but if you are tired of that kind of life , you can change it if you choose. How ? By getting one bottle of BROWN' IRON BIT TERS , and taking it regularly according to directions. ManiGcld , Ohio , NOT. 16 , : S3i , Gentlemen : 1 JI T luflfered with pain In my ilde and back , and great orencit on mr brent , with ihoot- ( ng paint all through my body , at tended with great wcaineii , depre . ( Ion of tplrltf. and IMS of appe- tile. I hare taken lereral different' nedlclnu , and wai treated by prom inent phyilclant formyllrer , kid. nevi , anuipleen , but I got no relief. ' I inought 1 wouli try Brown's Iron liitten ; I have now taken one bottle and a half and nm about well pain i In tide and back all gone lonaenT all out of my breut , and 1 have " good appetfle , and m gaining la itrtngtnandBeih , Itcaa juttljrba Called AvkiitfiffmtdUiiui. Jonn K. Aiiinoi * . BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is composed of Iron in soluble form ; Cinchona the' great tonic , together with-tothcr standard remedies , making a remarkable non-alcoholic tonic , which will cure' Dys pepsia , Indigestion , Malaria , Weakness , and relieve all Lung and Kidney diseases. BTAULISIIKU IHto. BUS BPRlHOjATTACnMENT-NOT PATENT ED. A. J. SIMPSON. LEADING CARRIAGE , FACTORY 1 09 and 1111 Dodga Btroot , BUR 7-mo 6m OMAHA. NEB. 0. SPE011T , . Proprietor. / 12 Barney M. - Qmrlia , Hob MANUFAOTURKilb Of Galvanized OOUNIOES , DOR1UER WINDOWS , F1NIALB Tin , Iron and Slaie Roofing , Bpuoht'o Patent Motallo Skylight Patent Ad j an tad Ratchet Bn and Bracket Shelving. I am the general ngont for thn above line of goods. N I'KNUING. ' Hank flttlinfj : ; , Window 0 3 1' ' ; alnci Hobraska Loan & Trust Company HASTINGS , NEB. Capital Stook , - - $100,000. JAS.n. IIKAIITWELL , President. A. L. CLAHKK. Vlco-Prcehlont. K. 0. WKJ13TE11 , XrcasurerjjlJ DIHBOTOnS. Samuel AloianJer OewtUd Ollrrr. A. L. CUrke. E. 0. Webster' ' Oco. II 1'nktt. Jaa. a Heartwell. D. M.McKlHtnney. First Mortgage Loans a Specialty Tbli Company furnkhc * t permanent , homt Institution where School Uoi tand other legally toaued Municipal lecurltl * 10 I Nebraska can bt b negotiated on the raj 11 TOr bIe terms Loan * made on tmprore'l I. t. | o all well settleo oountlua oi the lUU , thio t i jeponiiblo .local correspondents. $500 REWARD. Tht.aboYtf reward will b paid to anrpenoD who will produce a Pilot that will equal the Pennsylvania Patent Rubber Paint , tot proaentaff BMndet Wn and Gr&vtJ Uoots , Warranted to o tire Brjj.WaUr Prof . Al orders promptly Minded IS ) . ' .Cfi per an bet- Ur than any othprWntiq w'liMia ) . 8TEn : llTS T&HIEN80N Sol Proprlo > feOmali4lr5Tje Omaha , Ntb. HHlFERmNOEa. Officer 6 l'ii * . T > r.nlcDr. . I'Inney. Fuller ' OouticllUluCl'Ilim BHpffice. Oi.mJi , Neb , _ BRIDGE PROPOSALS , Scaled prrpoaaU will bo rcolvod l > y the BonrJ of Co mty Commissioner * o ( CJKO county , Noli. , lor the erection ol a bridge avrom thu wg llluo river upon either ono of tin wagon roads leading cast from the town ol WymorU&KO oouoty , Neb. , and vcr and cros * tuld river. SalJbrlJju to bo ono hundred and fifty (150) ( ) feet lonif , and to ham either piles , ( tone , or Iron piers. Also tor the erection ol a lirlck-c , suitable to the place , across Indian Crook , on the line between goctloni twenty-nine (29) > nd thirty (30) ( ) , about onamllo eouihwt of Wymorc , Cage county , Neb. Low bridge at thin place preferred. Alto a bildz * atross Turkey Creek , southeast nt UoWut , Nib. , to replace the old ono now In use. use.All brldtca to br of wood , Iron or combination , All bids to bo accompanied by plant andepecl- 6cit'onsto be sealed and filed with the County Clerk OD or before 12 o'clock noon , March 20th , 83. The Commliwlontrs rime the right to reject y and all tlj . Succeiiful bidden will be ie- u'r ' < d to g\\e \ bond for the faithful pertorouncc cf thtlr contract. By order of the Ccunty Cornmtalonerf. , , - * - , , A. J. I'BrilOUD. J urn. V _ _ . . . County Clerk. 1 lieattlce Feb. ? i 1683. OCCIDENTAL JOTTINGS. COLORADO. Fort Collins Is contemplating patting In plant for lighting that progroulre town , Travel by all of the different rallroids leading Into Denver li [ materially on the increaofl. The reildenta of Fneblo think that the city will t > the greatest mining imeltlng oect-r In the west. ] Antmaa Forki ho * forty , fire bnlldlogi In. tide of the city llmlu , twenty-lit of which are mod for busln6M hoaiei , The town of Ponoha Sprlngi roUd bondi to tb6 amount of (50,000 to build a hotel and waterworks In that place. dolorow , the famoni war chief of the Uti and forty of bl w rrlor , will bo on exhibition dnrlug the mining ezpoiltlon In Denver next Angnit. li Is itatcxl on good anthorlty that many of the showy looking btulneii blocks built In Denver are placed on Insecure founda- tloni and arc likely to tumble at any time , The frequent occurrence of flrei In Georgetown and the manner In which mott of them originate , cause some to sus pect that Incendiaries are trying to burn the town. A large number of young fiih In the state hatchery are now ready to transplant - plant to the waters and rivers of the state. A number of them will be put into the upper waters of Ole r creok. The firm which contracted for the labor of eighty convicts in the Onnon City prison boa given up the scheme and moved back to Chicago , The convict * were to have made shoos , but the firm say that there WM no .market for them In the west. 1 ( The attachment suits brought by the Kansas City rolling mills and the First National bank of that city itgalnit Ex. Gof. A , 0. Hunt , of Colorado , for iron anc ( money furnished him , have been din- solved by the courts , for It WM thown that the notes In payment were negotiated before they > were due. WYOMING. A Laramlo surgeon recently performed nineteen operations upon three persons who had been badly frozen. The patients may live. Trnblng Brother * , the leading business men of Larnmle City , have awarded a con tract'for the erection of a 935,000 building In that town during the preset year. ! An electric system for the fire depart ment bos been introduced In Luamie City. It was the Invention of an ambitious young Laramlete and may or may not prove a success. II , D. IiMher , a Cheyenne policeman , robbed Thamas Matthews one night lost week while the latter was drunk of $050 In money. The mission of the law will no longer weltd the baton over the heads of the ungodly as he now lies In Jill. The Attorney General of Wyoming re cently received an order from Washington to prosecute all persons cutting hay from the government lands In the territory. The order baa been countermanded for it would provo futile to attempt prosecution of this kind. DAKOTA. Several largo buildings arc now in pro- ecus of orootlon In Flankington. A young , Intelligent and beautiful idrl of Fargo recently eloped with a negro named Thornton. The Slonx Falls driving park issociatlon are arranging for a fine series of raced for next 4th of July. An elevator , with a capacity of 100,000 busbelr , will he built In Kast Grand Forks during ; the coming season. It Is stated that the arrivals at the hotels in Bismarck during the past year have aggregated 07,000 persons , Watertown bids $250,000 in cash and a section of land worth $30,000 for the loca tion of the capital at that point. The amount of sickness prevailing at Sioux Falls is appalling , and the number of death * from contagions diseases was never before known In that olty. Carbon is the name given to the station In Morton county wnloh WM formerly known as lily's MineA company with a capital of 830,000 has located a brick , tile and terra ootta manufactory thert. IDAHO. The population of Grant county is ap > proxlmated at 9,000. The O. K. silver mine near Hailey was recently sold for $250,000. It is reliably stated that $7,000,000 In cash waa invested In Wood river mining property during 1882. Keooits of rich strikes at Muldoon. Ketchum , Sawtooth , Vienna , Bulliou and other surrounding districts are being inado. The Now Mexican town company has riven Dona Ana county a blank of land in Laa OrucoH , upon which to erect a now court house and jail. The heavy snow storms in the moun- alna that uupply the streams of New Mexico with water will uwell the current of the Hlo Grande In the spring. There is quite a colony of people in Gunniton county , Colorado , who nru get ting ready to , go out and establish them selves along the Oregon Short Line in Idaho , The miners nt work in the mines at Hatchlta recently quit because their pay was not forthcoming , They destroyed the principal portion ot the mines property and otherwise crouted a disturbance. Alturna county , of which Halley li the county eeat , is nearly iu large RB the state of Ohio , contains the famous Wood river , Sawtooth and Smoky mines , and a popula tion of 10,000 people -one-filth the entire population of Idaho Territory. CALIFORNIA. The lauded debt of San Lull , Obliix ) county. oggrcRutea $167,000 , The beheaded bbdy found on the railroad track , no.ir Stockton , recently , WM that of Eugene Arnbiust of Stockton. Otis Sprague , superintendent of tha FA * clfio division of the Northern Pacl6o railroad - road , bun-tendered bis resignation , to take effect at once. Morgan U'Drlon , a tenant on ono of the largest stock ranchea In Colnsa county , committed suicide laat week. lie had been drinking and had grown despondent , ' It U alleged that the Central Pacific railroad company h s purchased the , Ban Jnaquin and Sierra Nevada narrow-gauge railroad , running from Brook's landing to the foothills. Parties owning real estate In East Napa offer to donate to the city sufficient land In that locality for u canal that will pro tect the city during high floods and louen the liability to freshets. Several boyn disturbed a religious meet. Ing Ninnpa. They-wero arreated , pleaded guilty ud Gned in sums varying from $3 to 810. Those who could not pay their tinea were made to nerve iu tbe chain. The 1'rfcno publishing company hr.a in corporated for the purpose of publlshiui ; a newspaper , to bo known n < The Fresno democrat. The directors are David 8 , Terry , of Stockton , aud A. II. SUthatn , J. A. Ulaningame , 0. G. Sayle and W. a. Chance , of Fresno City. The capital stock Is $4,000 , and $3,000 has been sub scribed. NEW MEXICO. The 333d anniversary of the founding of the city of SanU Fo , N. M. , will be cele brated in July next. Santa Fe is the oldest American town In existence. The town of Lordtburg as yet has no articles of Incorporation. The people who locate there fence In all the land they can and hold it by sheer brute force , A big row is expected to result The Ban Meteo valley cattle company baa filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of the territory. The capital stock Is placed at $25,000 ; 250 shares ut the value of $100 each. Amount of stock actually subscribed ! John W , Terry , $1 V 800 : Thomas J. Terry , $5.000 ; L. A. Ward , $1,000. The principal place of business is at Sooorro , Trinidad Romero , ot Las Vega * , with several other ranchmen of Ute creek , lately sold to George Wesr , a well known sheep buyer , 20,000 Improved ewes. West has started the whole flock to Texan. lie intends to locate a large sheep ranch on the southern I'ecos , as he rather prefers Now Mexico to TCXM for this business. The tattle men of Lincoln connty have become Manned by the depredations of the rustlers to the extent of becoming sensible and they have determined to hold a meetIng - Ing at the court house In Lincoln in March for the purpose of organizing a permanent stook association for mutual benefit and proteotlon. Now , all the cattle counties of the territory that have no such asso ciation should take steps to organization , MONTANA. A colony of Pennsylvania people num bering 112 famlllm , will settle In Ouster county in the spring. The Little Vlackfoot tunnel , on the Northern Pacific railroad , has been com pleted and Is ready for the rails , Broncho Is the name of a postofilce re cently established on Froze-to-death creek , a tributary of the Yellowstone. < A stock company has been formed at Miles City to erect slaughter houses and ship dressed meat to eastern markets. There is a surplus of $3,695 lying in the treasury of Virginia City , nnd It is pre pared to build a city hall with the money. Butte will have an athletic tournament to be in charge of a prominent sport , and which will lait coveral dayi. A largo num ber of prizes are offered for successful corn * petltors. Bozeman has forwarded some ( ? old speci mens for the Amsterdam exhibition with Instructions to presentltbem to | the queen of Holland at the expiration of the expo sition. The board of directors of the next terri torial fair which .will be held in Helena in September next , have offered a large prem ium list for speed hoping thereby to attract the attention and attendance of eastern sports. The members of the Montana legislature tendered a benefitlately to a young lady elocutionist lately In Helena , which she de clined giving as a reason that she was otherwise engaged. A deaf and dumb Crow Indian , well fixed In worldly goods and doing a heavy business , is one of the attractions at Bill ings. It is said that in a population of 3,000 Crow Indians twenty-five are dojf.jj A house joint resolution passed by the Montana legislature appropriates the sum of $5,000 to defray the expense of an ex hibit by that territory at the Denver expo sition of 1883. Governor Crosby promises to have n complete showing of Montana's resources. In two the Hecla ' years company's pro duct from ita diver mines at Lion moun tain amounted to 647,754.15 ounces of sti ver , or a little over twenty-two tons of the preolous metal , the value of which , at mint rate , wan $770,000. The gross out put of the Hecla mines hns been about $0,600,000 OREGON. The Northern Pacific Terminal Com pany will build a $500,000 hotel at Port land. land.The The Northwest Trudlng Company of PoitUnd have increased their capital stock to $150,000 and elected the following offi cers : President , Paul Schnltze ; Vioo-Pres- Went , Donald Macloay ; Secretary , R. W. Mitchell ; Treasurer , William M. Ladd. The Portland flouring mil's coonany have let the contract to J. E. Wagner & Co. , of San Francisco , for building and equipping a first-class roller mill , to cost $200,000. It will have a capacity of 1,000 barrels In twenty-four hours , and will be finished by August 1st. A Now Kind of Swell. Now York Letter In Boston Adverelsor. Late advices from year city announce that yon hnvo no "dades" there. Doyen yon know what a "dado" IB ? The name was jast given , I think , la one of onr dmly p pen , to a curloni apcol- men of the geuna homo which has lately appeared in New York. He la young , thin , pale , often hntohot-faood , almost always narrow-chested and small limbed. His extremely tight trousers painfully accentuate his lack of figure. His coat and long overcoat are an exaggerated Imitation of the Bond street style and In the evening ho wears a very abbreviated "cover- coat. " Thio garment , iu its normal use , has a rnluon d'etre. It is worn at "cover" over the short rod coat of the hunter , but the "dude" wears it over ovanlng Jrosa , producing an effect which la amusing to the mlnda of the uulnotraotod. I BHW a "dude" at Newport last onminor , at whom people wore laaghlug very much on account of this same effect. Aa the tails of the droas'coat came quite a distance bolovr the bottom of the "covor-co.it , " the inevitable inference was that the lining of the former had come out. The shoeH of the "dude" should bo of the shape of an Esqui maux Icyaok , or canoe , and he wears a brosd-brlmmod high English silk hat , oopoclally at theatres and concerts , where It Is most iu the way. In his mouth , finally , the cigarette finds a permanent homo , as do the lilies of thu valley la his buttonhole. Ho may bo seen In quantities In Dal- inonieo's cafe and is a study. Thrown at a Oat , But Hitting a Police man. New York Bun. The dignified progress of Policeman O'Nell through West Thirty-sixth on Thursday evening was interrupted by a tomato can that , projected by In visible hands , knocked , off his hat. Then the logs of a dead cat encircled his neck. Tire little colored boyi wore In the vicinity , and Policeman O'Nell ohuod them. One of the lads tripped , the other fell over him , and the police man , missing his own footing , burled both beneath bis massive proportions. Yesterday the boys were arraigned la Jeflorson Market Court , charged with disorderly conduct. "Robert Rogers , " saldJnstlco Daffy to ono of the greatly frightened cul prits , why did you treat this policeman so disrespectfully ? " l"Fo do Lord , Jedgo , I do Hhpeot him. I only tro1 do can at a cat , and didn't mean to hit him 't all. " "But how about the dead cat ? " the Justice asked. "I tree dnt ynr cat at dor yuthor cats Vftuth doy yowl so , " said George Frocland , he other prisoner , "and didn't mean to hit dat 'thpoctable ofllithor no how. 'Dood , I didn't Jedgo. " "Well , I'll lot you go this time , " said'tho Court. A Vexed Clergyman. Even the patience of Job would become exhausted were he a preacher and endeav oring to interest his audience while they wore keeping up an Incressaut coughing making it Impossible for him to be heard , Yet , how very easy can all this be avoided by simply using Dr. King's New Dlscove- ry for Consumption , Coughs and Colds Trial Bottles given away at C. F , .Good' mun's drug store THE NBW DANOB3. The Racquet , tuo Society , the Wavn , the KnlokorbocKor Now KtcJes and Qlldos UanclDf Profeeeora on the Innovations. New Toik Son. The round dance which Is known as the Racquet is described in "Oartier'i Ball-room Guide" as follows : Take two long galop slide's , with loft foot on accent , and , as right foot Is brought up to left foot for second time , rest , and hold left foot In air. Repeat by sliding with right foot. etc. Mi. Duller says that those direc tions are simply Intended for teaching , and that when the learner has caught the movement the foot Is not hold In air , but is slid along the floor. However - over that may bo , the modern mottod of dtnotng the Racquet la something very different. The slides are made > f great length , and at the finish there s a vigorous kick with the free foot. This makes the dancing couple rock 'ike a small boat In a heavy sea , and jives an air of recklessness and aban don to the dance , which has brought t into much disfavor among quiet people Some vary the movement by leaping in the air instead of slid ing. As soon as their foot touch the floor they klok , then leap again until fatigue compels them to s'op. This shakes down back hair and disarranges dross so that the young woman looks as if she had come out of a rough and tumble fight. Quiet couples have no chance on the floor when racquet ton are around. They swoop , .every thing before them like an Ohio flood , and strew the dancing floor with de bris of torn lace , torn flowers and broken combs. It leaves the performers flushed and breath- ess , but while it lasts there ia a maddening excitement about it tha pleases quick blooded young people ple , rlt is still to be seen in all its uxnriance'at ' fancy dress balls , and at sociables whore the young folks go infer for fun regardless of appearances. It IB danced In 3-4 time. It took its namo'irom a popular waltz written by Mies , Simmons , The Society and the Wave are similar to the Racquet , with this exception , that In the society there ia only one glide , and in the Vfnve , or , as it is sometimes called , the Knickerbocker , are three glides. Each ends by ho kick in the air or the eldowlao movement of the forward foot. At the recent annual meeting in hla city of the American society of professors , of dancing , those dances were denounced in unmeasured terms , and iti was decided that they should not be taught in any school controlled by members of the society. This so ciety was formed in January , 1879 , with the object of securing uniformity In dancing all over the United States. Ita intention waa to discourage ex- ravagant dances , and to teaoh in heir perfection the dances In common uso. It was found that people had a dozen different ways of dancing the quadrille and lancera , and that con- naion frequently arose. 'At present 'here ' are forty members in the so- ilety , of whom nearly all belong out of this olty new dances are dis cussed , figures are settled , and lea- ions are given by the experienced eaohors to the country dancing maa- en. At the last meeting U was de cided to teach no new dances. The members of the society who have schools in this city are L. Da G. Brookes , W , B. Da Ganno , R S. Mannle and H. F. H. Rivers. W. B. De Garmo is the president , 0. H. Rivers , of Brooklyn , the secretary , and Joseph T , Martin , of Brooklyn , the treasurer. Four of the members are women. Mr. Da Garmo said yes- terday'that the racquet , the society , the wave and similar dances were a burlesque on a graceful dance which was introduced by the society in 1879. Thin was , , the Redowa Glissade , do- icribcd aa follows : Glide left foot to second position ; draw right foot to first position ; raise 'oft foot in second position and leap upon it , bringing It np to the right loot and displacing the latter turn- ugtwo glides to loft redowa ( as firat ) to left , then redowa to right turning glissade to right ; redowa to right , 'and so on. It is danced to waltz or galop music. This waa exaggerated Into swaying and kicking , and the result was that the legitimate dance was killed by the burlesque. Now neither is taught by many dancing maulers. The society denounced the racquet1 and several other dances from the utart , but the bad dances lived while good ono died. Mr. Da Garmo said that the round dance now moat in vogub ia the glide waltz , described as folio wo : Glide backward with loft foot , nt the same time bend both knoba (1) ( ) ; draw right foot nearly to third position in front , the weight still on left foot (2) ( ) ; rise and pivot npon the heel of the backward foot , the toe of the other foot skimming the floor (3) ( ) ; glide for ward with right , bending left knee (4) ( ) ; glide loft foot ( the heel raised ) to second end position (5) ( ) ; pivot upon the balls' of both feet and draw right foot to firat position ( G ) . Recommence by gliding backward with left foot , and continue with the movement as described until the movement becomes steady and un broken. To reverse. The gentleman will glide left foot forward to fourth posi tion ( bending right knee ) (1) ( ) ; glide foot ( heel raised ) to second position (2) ( ) ; pivot npon the balls of both feet and draw left foot to first position (3) ( ) Glide backward with right ( bonding ) (4) ( ) ; draw loft foot nearly to third posi tion in front ( the weight still on right foot ) (5) ( ) ; rise and pivot ( to the left ) upon the heel ol the backward footG ) . The glide , the common waltz , and Lu lluato are the only waltzes taught by the society. La Ruiso consists of two glides to the left and one glide and a glieso , with a half turn to the the loft. A glUao ia a half glide Mr. Cantor said ho did not belong to the society , and cared nothing for its rules and regulations. He taught the glide waltz as being the beat and most popular , and ho also taught the Racquet , the Wave and the Society. He , however , discouraged all kicking and extravagant movement of any kind. He said that most people danced the redowa for the waltz , the rodowa being in the same time and ad mitting of more" lively movement. People liked to feel that they were getting around. Mr , John H. Trenor said that moat dancera did not know the difference between a waltz and a redowa. In a waltz , which la In slightly slower time , the foot wore not taken from the floor , whllo in the rodowa they wore lifted at each turn. The redowa glissade at the start had boon a very pretty and graceful dance , but it had boon abused by coarse and vulgar people nntll it was daomod best to abandon it alto gether , The Racquet , the Knicker becker , and the Society were examples of the extremes to which It might be carried , and ho wonld not allow them to bo taught In his school. At the present pay , he Bald , there are few good Wat tiers. People confound the rodowa with the waltz. The rodowa Is the more active , but the waltz ia the moro graceful movement. Within the last two or three years the Racquet , he said , had fallen into disfavor. Tight trousers prevented the male dancera from sprawling as extrava gantly aa they desired. Mr. Tronor raid ho had just relntroducod the vor- sovlana and the Spanish waltz. In the latter movements of the arms and body accompany the music. Mr. Allen Dodworth said that he taught the racquet , the society and Knickerbocker waltzes. The Knicker becker was the most popular. It waa the same dance under another name as the glide waltz , cr redowa glissade , It was not a vulgar dance in itoolf , but could bo made so by vulgar pee ple. This , ho said , was true of every other dance. In Vienna the galop led to such extremes that it was forbidden by law. Then a quick polka was in troduced , which IB popular at balls , but not at private parties. The ro dowa was the most popular waltz movement , aa It was the most graceful of any dance. Combined with the glissades It formed the Knickerbocker. It was true that the Knickerbocker was carried to extremes by vulgar persons , but never by respectable people ple , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ An Extraordinary Case AUSTIN , TEXAS , Feb. 20 , I860. To Mr. J. W. Graham , Druggist : Dear Sir My case was an aoute form of' bronchitis , and was of one and a half year's duration. I employed the best medical aid possible , but failed rapidly , 'until ' the doc * tors said I would die that my cose was in curable , Thrown npon my own resources , I cot a bottle of Dn WM. HALL'H BALSAM ron TUB LUNGS , and in six hours felt a de cided relief. In three days the cough al most disappeared , Now that my chances of life are good for m ny year ) , I earnestly recommend the above to every sufferer of lung or throat disease. febJUd&w-eod-lw C. G. LATHROP. 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In reply to inqurtea we will say thai there Is no erLlenre c' humbug abaut this Oi Uio contrary , the adtcrtlatrs arr very highly In dorted Intercs cd persons n ay get sealed clr culan gh Ing all particulars , giving all partial tart , by uddrcmlnif Erie Medical Co. , P. O. Boi CIS , Boflalo , N , Y. Toledo Evening Dm. ao.ll.1/ O. IS1. c3-oo-r > ivr A DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS , Window and Plate Glass. 'Anyone contemplating bnlldlng store , baak. er any other flns , will Bnd II to lh i to eoirw end with us b for purchasing Uitlr Plato GUM C. F , GOODMAN , OMAHA HEB. STEELE , 'JHNSON & CO. , WHOLESALE GROCERS AND JOBBERS IN Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and All Grocers' Supplies , A Full Line of the Best Brands of MS AID IMUIACTUEED TOBACUO. for BENWOOD NAILS AND LAFLIN & BAND POWDER GO. 00 . -DEALERS HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO , Fire and Burglar O . 1020 Farnham Street , HSNEY LEHMAHN , JOBBER OF AND WINDOW ! 'EASTERN ' PRICES | | 8 FAR W AM ST. OMAHA J. A ; WHOLESAUt AND RSTAIL DKALKB IN 'Xm'wsrSML 'Lath , Shingles , Pickets , SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , , KDIHCS , UK , . flWBTATE AOXNf FOR MILWAUKEK CJKUBtlT OOUP.VHY Near Union Pacific Doupt OM HA J8B MANTJTACTUKKH OP GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES , Window Caps , .Finials , Skylights , &c. 416 THIRTEENTH STREET , . . . . OMAHA , NEB. A. M. CLARK , Painter&Paper Hanger SIGNWBKER&DEOnRATOR. WHOLESXLE & RETAIL | WALL PAPER 1 Window Shades aiid Curtains , OORNIOE8 CURTAIN POLES AND FIXTUlES. Paints , Oils HrnutMM. UilQonth l4tHncnot : \NKBR \ ASKVI The Oldest Wholesale and Retail JEWELRY HOUSE in Omaha. Visitors can here find all novelties in SIL VER WARE. CLOCKS , Rich and Stylish Jewelry , the Latest , Most Artistic , and Choicest Selections in PRECIOUS STONES and all descriptions of PINE 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 1 THE LEADING V MUSIC HOltt IH THK WK8TI \ s . General Agents for he Finest and Best Pianos Sid Organs manufactured.v Our prices are as Low 5 any Eastern Manufacture and Dealer. * Pianos and Organs sole for cash or installments ai Bottom Prices. v A SPLEM3ID stock ol Steinway Chickering , , Knabe , Vose & Son's Pi vanes anos , and other makes. Also Glough & Warren , Sterling , Imperial , Smith American Organs , &c. Do not fail to see us before pur chasing. MAX MEYER & BRO. , MANUFACTURERS OF SHOW GASES. A Large Stock always on Hand.