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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEffi , MONDAY MAY IS , 1891.
CHIEF EXECUTIVES IN OMAHA , ! ' How Tire PreoMents Were Received in the Qato City , I SENATORS' ' CHILDREN- NUPTIALS OF TWO - Tributes of ItcHpoct from HcnrtH to Presidents Grant , Hayes , Arthur , Cleveland nnd llarrlnon. The first presidential visit to Ibis city was mntlo In 1870 by President Hnycs , who was on his way to California , The part ) con sisted of the president and wlfo , the late General Sherman and wife , General McConU nnd one or two other personal friends. It wus accompanied from Canton , O. , by Sen ator Miindcrson of this city , who separated from It nt this point. The dlstlnculshed vis itors wcro met nt the depot by a committee of leading gentlemen nnd driven through the city , out to Tort Omaha and thence to the train which awaited them at the depot. The president evinced n great d.cal of Intciestln Omaha which then , hownvcr , hud not donned the metropolitan nttiro she wears today. The president was shown the property on North Sixteenth street which ho had previously purchased , but which ho later sold to good advantage. I'lTHidcnt ArtliHi- . President Arthur paid n visit to this city In 188. ) . Ho was not , however , making u tour through the country , but rather a novel nnd entertaining trip to the National park. Ho was accompanied by Senator Vest of Missouri and the late General Phil Sheridan. The party was admirably equipped for the journey. They wcro accompanied by two press coriesponOfnts. though a corps of newspaper representatives had preceded them to the point of disembarking on the Union 1'aclilc at Hawlins , only , however , to t > o disappointed , General Sheridan refusing to allow the scribes to Join the part. > . The piesldi-nt and his friends wcro mot at the depot In this city by n delegation of cltl/rns who regretted the determination of tlie former to visit no towns on the way to the patk and expressed - pressed the hope that the journey would beef of uninterrupted lost and plcasuio. ( iMicriil Grant. When General Grant was returning from his trip mound the world ho paid a visit to this city which is still remembered by huu dieds of Omaha's citizens. JIo bud landed in San Francisco on Sep tember ID , 187U , and icached tills city over the Union Pacific Saturday , November 1 , of the same year. Thousands met the distin guished soldier , traveler and ox-president at ttio depot. Notwithstanding the day was dark , cold and blustry , thousands also lined the streets along which the proct'sslon was to pass. A hirgo number of the business blocks wcio decorated with flaps and streamers and the occasion was generally observed as a holiday Hon George \V. Ltningcr acted as chief marshal. In the procession were four teen police under Marshal Wcsterdahl , the Ninth infantry band nnd a battalion of that regiment , a light battery from the fort , Com pany G , Second legiment , Nebraska national guards , Union Pacillo band , the lir depatt- incnt , Urandt's band , Lyrun singing society , Union Pacific shopmen , several civic so cieties , the MtiMincrrhor , the university < adets fiom Lincoln , Custor and U. S. Grant posts , Grand Army of the Republic , city band , Company H , Second regiment , No- brnska national guards , while the rear was brought up with n long line of floats , lllus- U tivuT > f. < 4h < ! .tiuercnntllonnd mechanical in terests of tll'-Citj' , The column moved olong Tenth , Harney , Ninth , Fimmui , Fifteenth and Dodge to the high school. Jf The general rode In an open barouche clad IV In n heavy overcoat nnd weaving a silk halt which did not , b'y any means , appear as If I , had huurctcijntl.v como from the butter's block. Ho wni nccompanled by the late Gcnnraj Crook and Mayor Chase. When the procession reached the high school grounds not less than twelve thousand people had assembled. The stnt'C was thronced with prominent people from at homo and abroad , among the latter being Governor Nanco , who ivc'comed ' the great general In behalf of the state. Mayor Chase extended to him tlio welcome of the city. To these speeches General Grant replied In a short nnd slmplo manncr.and from the reply the follow ing extract is taken : "As I huvo had occasion to say , several times slnco I loft San Francisco , \vo stand higher abroad nnd infinitely better than wo did twenty years ago as a nation and as a people , nnd , as the result of which today , the credit of the United States in the European markets Is higher than that of any other country in the world. Wuuio more highly appreciated than wo appreciate oursolvfli lib a whole. I will soy that , as individuals , wo do not speak well enough of ourselves. [ Laughter. | Ladles and gentlemen I say again 1 am high ly gratified to meotyou hero nnd thank you tor jour kindness. " [ Cheers. ] After the exercises on the hill , n reception wus held in the judge's chamber In the custom houso. The two companies ot militia referred to acted as guard. The chamber was beautifully decorated with ( lowers nnd evergreens. Thousands paid their respects to the great man who was assisted in the reception by Senators Saunders - ers nnd Paddock. In the evening nt the Wlthnoll house , on the southwest corner of Fifteenth and Har- noy , the general was tendered u banquet , by leading citizens of Omaha , being escorted to his seat by General Crook , Governor Nance. General Mnndorson , S. II. II. Clark , Senator Saunders and Mayor Chase occupying seats at the snmo table Tnoro were out two opeoches dollveied. the committee restricting the oratory to the ef forts of Senators Paddock and Saunders who nt that time , represented the state in the national senate. That , night the general was the guest of General Crook i.t Fort Omaha. In the morning the general's son. Colonel Fred Grant , with his wife arrived from Chicago cage and paid n visit to the fort. The following day being Sunday , General Grant attended divine service In the First t < l K. chinch , then on Davenport street near Seventeenth , \\horo an eloquent discourse was delhored bv Kov. T U Mavlleld. On Monday morning the general loft the city being escorted to the IIluffs bv Mayor Chase , Senator Saunuers , General Mamlor- son , 1C. Hosou utor , T , L. Klmball , M , U. Ulsdon , J. C. Honnell and L. M. Dennett. I'ro.shloiit Clovclaiul. President Cleveland made bis llrst and onlv npnoarniKO In this city on October it , Ibb7 Ho was accompanied by his wife , Postmaster (3 onoral Vllas nnd wlfo , Colonel liissoll and Daniel iLamont , his excellency's private secretary. The presidential party was mot at Council niuffs , the train ranching that point over the Northwestern road , the committee on recep tion comprising Monsra. J , A. MeShauo , J , M. NVoolworlh , Senator Mandonon , Dr Georcro L. Miller , George W. Holdrogo . A. Paxton General G. II. Dandy , Max Meyer , James E. Hoyd nnd Charles II , Drown. Tlio train comprised the cars Alfntra , Velesca ami P. P. C. When crossing the brlilyo and about midway botwceu the banks , the party assembled in the drawing- room where the president was welcomed by Congressman McShnnu In the following words : "Your excellency , in bohnlf of the people of Omaha and Nebraska , 1 woteomo you to this great Mnio and to our city , which Is the largest In the state you are about , to visit. Wo are gratified to sou you in the west , and grateful that God has preserved and protected yourself nnd wlfo through this journey , M hlch has happily been one of satisfaction to nil your friends.Vo liopo that the remain , dor of It will ho as pleasant as that \yhlch bus already been passed nnd that you may return at Its close improved and bcnulltod to your arduous labors in Washington " The president was evidently 111-at-csso and in replying , addressed the congressman us "mnyor" an error which ho did not utter ward correct. He said : "I return to. you my hearty thanlci for tnls cordial welcome to your btnto and the kindly reference of Interest In the termination ol my journey , I am sorry I can not stay much longer with you In the promising and grow ing west. Hut , though I am compelled to go looncr than 1 would like under the clrctun- ( Uncos , I have no doubt that your energy jrlll enable ino to ice wbat I would otherwise 03u for want of time. " When the train arrived on this side of the river It was met by Acting-Mayor Ucchel , GovernorThoycr nnd Senator Paddock. The president stood near the rear door of the train nnd ox-Governor lloyd stood almost beildo him. Dr. Miller stood but a few feet away and suggested to the governor thnt ho icquost his excellency to make n short speech , if only of live minutes' duration. The suggestion was offered , but evidently without relish by the president because ho Immediately replied : "No , no ; what's ' the use of wasting tlmn when wo'vo got so lllllo to spend. Hut , If you want mo to , I'll do It. " "No , no , " said the doctor , " 1 don't ' want to delay you. " Carriages were In walling ns wcro repre sentatives of the city round ! nnd not fewer than 10,000 people. In the ptoslden'tlal car- rlapo rode his excellency. Mrs. Cleveland , Governor Thnycr and Congressman Me- Shono. Tlio carriage was diawn by four magnificent block horses. The body of the conveyance was literally venecicd with Hewers of all tints and colors , imbedded In the floral panel ot the door. In tiny pink linmoitcllos , were the words "Wo gieet you. " A beautiful arch was erected at the corner of Sixteenth and Fnrnnm streets wluoli was artistically decorated and streamers and mot toes floated from windows nnd hung acros" the streets of the presidential drive. At the high school , from which a view was taken of tlio city , nn arch was erected on which wcruengraved the words : "God speed the man who does the right. " In the procession the Second infantry of Fort Omaha IOOK part , as did n number of civic societies. The grand lodge of tlio Uniform Hank , Knights of Pythias , was in session In the city nt the time nnd added n gicat deal to the effort of the procession by their gorgeous uniforms. The democratic state convention had been held on the preccdlnc night and Its delegates saluted the inesident as lie passed the Pux- ton hotel. After nn extended drive through the city , the party took the train on tlio Kansas City ft St. Joe , and was whirled away to St. Joseph. President Hnrrlson'H VlwltH. This recent visit was the fourth of Piesldont Harrison to tills city. Ho llrst passed through Omaha In ISS'J on his way to Helena , nnd re mained over for several hours. Ho was United Stales senator from Indiana at the tln.o. His second visit was on the occasion of the marriage of his son , Hussell U. , to Miss Mnmlo Snundrrs , daughter of ox-Senator Saunders of this city. The nuptials were solemnized In Trinity cathedral on the night of January 8 , 1SS4. The event was the most notable in social circles for many years in this city , and attracted n great deal of attention thioughout the coun try. On the nccnslon the picsldent was ac companied by his wlfo. The bridal party left on a tour after the reception , which was held In the Paxton hotel , nt which place Senator Saunders and family wcro then residing. Senator Harrison nnil wlfo remained n couple of days atult hen returned to Washington. At that tlmo the gentleman's nnino was beginning to be men tioned in connection with the presidency , but ho would not allow the matter to bo dis cussed in his hearing. The third visit was made In the summer of ISSS , when ho ( the senator ) was the guest of Senator Snunders. His fourth visit to Omaha was as president af the United States.nud his welcome was not bo dimmed by that of any distinguished gen tleman who had merited the hospitality of the Gnto City. Gosjler's Magic Headache Wafers. Cures all licadtches In W minutes. At all druggists Dr. Grain , S.W. cor. IGth and Dodge ts. , euros cancer and nil chronic diseases. Decision In Favor of tlie Chicago Milwaukee ft St. Paul Ky. The now Pulnco stooping cars of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. , with electric lights in every berth , will continue to leave the Union depot , Omaha , at 0:20 : p. m. , dally. Passengers taking tills train avoid transfer at Coun cil BlulTa , and urrivo in Chicago at 0:30 : a. in. , in ampiotlme to make nil onstorn connections. Ticket olllcc , 1501 Furnain street. P. A. NASH , J. E. PunsTON' , Goncral Agent City Passenger Agent The Paxton Hotel Fire Did not effect the hotel proper in any way so as to interfere with tlio operation of the houso. Only tlio annex was dam aged and guosls have boon cared for without the interruption of u single day. A A'XO VXVKJIGXT8. The "Twelve Temptations" on Sunday next como to Boyd's opera house for their second engagement this season. This beautiful scenic production will bo witnessed with in creased Interest , as it has been brightened by now costumes nnd special features. Constipation poisons tno blooa : DoWitt's Little Early Hisers euro Constipation. The cause removed the disease is gone. TO CINCINNATI AND IU5TU11N. For OurFare. . On May 17 and 18 tlio Hurlington route will soil round trip tickets from Omaha to Cincinnati at ono faro , with choice of routes via Chicago. Peoria or St. LoulH , and good to return until May 2 ; } . This is an advantage offered by no other line. Passengers leaving Omaha at 40 : ! ! p. m. arrive in Cincinnati at 0:2 : ! ) next evening ; leaving Omaha at U:20 : p. in. , urrivo in Cincinnati at 0:50 : the second end morning. For tickets , bleeping berths and full information , apply ut city ticket olllco. 1223 Farnnm street. Dishonest Carpel Ilontor. Charles Walker was arrested last evening for stealing two gold rings from Thomas Scanlon , Twenty-third nnd Havcnport .streets. Walker wus nmplovod Sutiirduy to clean seine carpets at the Scanlon ret.idenc-0. While there lui stele the rings and decamped. Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup is the host of all remediesforc'alldroti teething ; -J5 cents a bottlo. Honest Hut Mistaken. Chtcauu Times. OldGrlpgs 1 was roaaing , "Tildy thnt ttosa Donhcur , that big Frenchwoman , is soventy-fivo years old , an' paints us much ns even she did , Mrs. Glggs I do declairl What desprlt , shamefaced critters them French women bo I At her time of life I should think she'd bet ter oo dolu' somethm' else than frlvolm' llko n girl. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Pastry , Light Flaky Biscuit , Griddle Cakes , Palitable and Wholesome. No other baking powdur does suchVork. WE WILL SELL % THIS COMING WEEK FANCY * J SIZES 34 to 44 , WELL CUT , WELL TRIMMED WELL MADE , AT " " " * \J "V" T" " "H"1 A SU1 Nebraska GlotMna Co. , Corner Douglas and Fourteenth. CURES AND PREVENTS Colds , Sore Throat , Bronchitis , Rheumatism , Neuralgia , nnnmtnntlon of the Iu nm , Kidneys anil HoweK Sciatica , Chilblains , Krost llltos , Toothucho , lloadacho Talus In the Hack , Chest nnd I.lmbs , nnd nil the usual CONSEQUENCES OF TMINS COLO. application of UAIIWAY'3 HKADV UlHiIKK , to the parts nffectod , will Irntnntly rollovo anil soon euro sufferer. Into rn'illy In doses of from thirty to sixty drops , In half n tumbler of water , it will euro In n moment * , Cra nips , tipnsms , Sour Stomach , Colic , 1 latulenco , Iloirtburn , DIarrliooa , alck lloidaclip , on. Voinltlnu. Cold I hills. Nervousness , sleeplessness , nnd alt Internal pains. 60 cents bottle , lor nt d ruBKlsts. ItAIMVAV A , CO. . SS Wnrren St. NIO GUR.EX ! NO 1316 Douglas Street , Omaha , Neb. Package maVra tt gallon * . Uuhcious , iparkl'ug , and appotiilng. Sold by nil dealers , f/ //'a beautiful Picture Book find cards sent tn any ono mldreenU" ' . O. E. lllKHB A re . BAD BLOOD ! Pimples on the Faoa | Breaking Out ) Bkln Troubles | Llttlo Sores | Hot Bkln | Bolls I Blotches | Gold Bores ) Bad Breath ) Bora Month or Lips | If you Biiirir fiom nny of tuc o vymploins tuuo WHY ? BEOAlJtiyAllHUOOD [ ll vo you over u < ed mercury I II BO , did you clve your > olt the needed attention at the time I , Ve i.d not tillyou that you require .Wood mpdlclne , to ensure fnnloni from the after ef- feet * l r. Ai'Uer' . KnKllsh Illond r.lUIr Istlia only known medicine that will thoroughly eradi cate the poison from tbo ? ' . " > mi . \ . ? . ? . - , . . . HOOK nil A. ourdrng-irliit. or write to IV. . II. : )0. ) , 40 We t Ilroudwny , > cworU City. . . .1 n.llllllllllllllillllllillllll NEBRASKA. National Bank U. a DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NB3. Capital , - - - - $4OOOOO Surplus Jan. 1st , 18DO , - OU.BOO Oftlcers nnd Dlrectors.-IIenry W. VMos , President : Lewis B. Itood , Vlcu-1'reMdont ; JumoiV Baram V.Morse , John B. Collins , U. U Cuihlnir , J. N. U 1'utrlck. VY. II. B. UuKhei , cashier. THE IRON BANK. Corner 12th aud rarnamSti A Gcnornl Dun kin ; lluslums Trainiotol : DR , BAILEY , Graduate Dentist. A Full Bet of Teeth on 11 libber , for HVK I > OI.I.AH < . A perfect < nt guaranteed , Teeth extracted I without pain or danger , nnJ I without anaesthetics , liold and I i silver tilling ! nt lowest raets. llrldgo nnd Crown Work. Teeth _ _ without plates All work war- tanted. OFFICE , PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM Kntranro , IClu street elevator. Open ereulngi until B o'clock. - CAPSULES are th DOG-UTAH and onlr capsules prescribed br regular pbjrslUaai for thu cur a ot Oonorhosa anil dUohargos irom tba urlnarr orvaai nbcrlted gr acquired 11.6) perj uox AlldruK M AMUSEMENTS. DIME EDEN 1VTUSEE. Corner llth and 1'arnum Ptreets. wnnic or MAY ISTH. CLAUENOI : DALE. Tin : ma HHAnnn 11UV. The Immisof u mini ; body of u boy. UKSl'KKATl' CIlANC'nS , u comedy-dnumi In three nets by tlio l''li/ oriilil-I.owls L'o. Prof. C. Abt's Dissolving Vluus , uud u flrbt- cl.iss Variety Kntertutniiiont. 1'rlduy , Ladles' Souvenir Day , FREE OF COST. Any lady , send stamp nnd get free samplepnrk- nnu of Lyunin'N O.ik Leaf Speclllu for IVm lie TroublKi , the moit Hiitressful lomalo remedy over Fold. You 111 BOO the excellent otleit after taking tlio tint treatment. fl.OJ ut driiKglsts or by mall. LYMAN MEDICINE CO. , KANSAS OITV , JtO. RETAIN A nUPTURE or give relief llko"Ur.ii > lerce' Magnetic l.laBtlo Truss. ' * It li.lsrureJtluniBaiKlB I If you want the , 1,110mi. . . aliiMurnpa liorfreal'HinphletNo. 1. Maunrllo Elastic Trau Co. , ban lc'ranol co , CaL Xotluo to Contractors. Pouled proposals will bo received lit tlio ollleo of J. I' . IiiislnK ; k Co. , Mni'oln , Neb. , room L"I , Klelinnl's block , for the eonstt notion of an Opera lionsunnd business block , uornur Tlilrtcentli and I' " stteots. Until Tuosdiiy Jlny Stl. nt - p. in. A fortllk'd cliculc of if.'iOO must accompany oauli ptoiioiiil. Thu proprlutors r Hur\o thu right to icject any and nil proixHaU. rliins nnd spujllloitlons may bu seen at the olllco of ,1 , r , lanklun-.V ; L'o. IlondH In the stun of JiMMO will bo required of the contractor toliom the contract la a\\anl ( > ( l. ,1. 1' . IMNSIMI. M17 IMt'M HK.MIV OI.IVKII. Notice. The annual meotlnz of stookholdrrs of the rroinonl , iiklioni : & Missouri Valley railroad company will bo liulu ut Ihoollluoof tluicom pany In Omaha , Nub , , on I'rldny , .May ' . " - ' , IS'll ' , ill 'J ii'o.ouk p. in. for the election of cllrcoturs and for thu transaction of unuhottior bnslnois us may bo prusuntnd. D.iluil May b , l&'Jl. J. II. Itum-iEM ) , fccerctary. MUJiatm MOORE'S TREE OF LIFE Omahn , Neb. , Oct. 25 , ' 80. I feollt not only a privilege , but a duty to sny a good word for Dr. J. B. Moore's Ca tarrh Cure. Have been troubled tor years with catarrh. Frequently had to resort to thnt disagreeable hnwklng and spitting to clear my throat of a tough , stringy raoous that lodged there. Had tr.oJ dUfeent rem edies without relief. A few applications of Moore's Catarrh Remedy almost entirely re lieved me. I recommend it whenever an opportunity presents Itself. J. N. MOORE. Slooro's Tree of Ufa. n positive cure for Kldnor and Liver Complilnt and nil blood diseases. l > oo < It ay to Buffer when you can bo cured by using Mooro's Trooof Life , the Great Life. Home Jy ? Ooiak Hedml and SOF icil INSTITUTIS. Kortho treatment of nil Cimo.VIO AND SUUOIOAr. D18UASKS. llmccn , Appliance ! for Duforinltlosnnil Trunoci. Host Kucllltlos , ApparatiM tnd Itemodloi I rorsuccutsful treatment of every form of dlnena requiring -Medicalor Hiiruloal Treixtmont. NINUTY 11OOMS I'OK I'ATIUNrrf , llonnl nnd Attondanoa lloit Accommoditloni ' . .Vest.Vrlto for clrculnri on Dcformlllos and llracei , Trimoi , Club Feet , Curva. turoi of Spine , I'lloi , Tumors , Cnncer , Catarrh , ' llronchltlx , Inhalation , Kloctrlrlty , PnrnlyMi , Kpll- , Kldnoyi , llladdor , Eye , Knr , Hkln and Illou I , nnd all furKical ( iperntloni. (1ISHA8K3 ( OK WOMKN a Bpeclalto. Hook ot Ihea e \Votnen Free. We hare lately added n lylnn In Department fur Woman DnrlnR confinement ( Strictly I'rlvnlci ) Only Uulli. blo.Medlcnl ln > tltuto MaklnK n tipoclitlly of Put' VATK DISHAHES. All lllooil Dlioaioi 8iicco sfullr IrcntoJ. ? < edlclna Dr Initruiuenti ent by mall or expron tecurely tmcked , no marki to Indicate contonti or icndar Ono persona. Interview preferred Call and coniult us or send hltory of your < aie nnd we will end In lain wrapper our 11OOIC TO .MUM rilBHi upon Prl rate. Rpecl.il or Norvou > UUo-uo ) , wlthquaitloutlK Address nil Utter ) to Dr. A. T. McLaughlln , Pi'aslJsa 'Jtb and llurnny ntrcuts. Omaha. Beet Sugar Enterprise PUBLISHED MONTHLY. M Cents u Venr. Locust nnd Third St. , - Grand Island. Neb Devoted lo the deTolop'nont of the beet augur In dustry In the United rJtnten. Munufucturlnx KUKIII from beeti , IIUH proven uauccess both In California nnd Nebraska Tlio nveraite per tent of utiinr In J'o- praiika beetB Is ItKI per cent In Oi-rmuuy 13 M. ( icrmnny mnniifucturei annually l.ViO.UOJ tons , more than nny other country In the world. The ll H Ini- portsunnuiilly lTOXXton ( of suiiar , which at live ccntx per pound , would amount to f IfO.OOV/.O fethall the U h munufuiture her own HKur ! beedlnx , cultivating , liurvestliiKimd manufacturlnif the tugar leetdlfciiBiedln the Ileet Sugar Enterprise , gend stumps for sample copy , ( irand Island. Neb , "fill laf If A If Klfr&l Bafferlne froro Til WraK Mrra Ui ° eiTccl > o | I Tf CHI& ITIK.1 V & . youthful erron early decor , vfaswlngwenknfHi , lo t uianhood , eto. I will . 'nJ a TaluaClo treatise ( u alcdl contalnln ; full partlculan for home cure , | " ; * of rharga A. splendid medical work ) ihould bo read by even man who IB ncrrnui and deMlluu-d. Addrrrt 1'rof , F. C. VO WLUJl , Hlooaui , Coun , LINCOLN Floral Conversatory. South East Oor. G and 17th , Lincoln , Neb W. S. Sawyer & Co. PLANTS AND CUT FLOWERS , General collection of plants and out flowers always on hand , I'loral designs , bouquets baskets , etc. , for p-trtlos. Weddings and tun- rals a specialty , and sent to any uir t of the stato. Price list fico. Discount to umler- aUerson funeral work. Tulcuhonc , ; ill. MANHOOD RESTORED. " 8ANAT1VO. " the Wonderful Spanish Hfmcdy , Is sold wlthn Wrlttrntlunrnntro to cure all Ncn ous ] ) ) carts , vucli mVcnk Jlcmorj , JXts of llralu PoworIicad chc , Wokffulnota , Lost Mai- hood , NVrvou neB8 , Ijis fltudc. all dralu ) and Before & After Uoo. . loss ol poncr of the Pliotograplicd from life. ( Jencrathe OrKanB , In pltliiT sex , cauced by ovpr-crerllon , ) outhful Inilescrf lions , or the eicfsrh c use or tobacco , opium , or ptlmiilanUi , w hlch ultimately lead to Infirmity , Consumption and Intimity. Put up In convenient form to carry In the vent pocket. Price Jl a lurkcgc , or 6 for to. With every Vi order we ulvc iwrlttcu Kunruntf to curn or refund Ilio nioncj. bent b/ mall to any addrua. Clrculir free Mention tlilj p per. Addrtex , MADRID CHEMICAL CO. , nranch Office for U. S. A , JI7 ) ) eartiorn Slreet. rillOAOO. II.U FOIS BALI : IN OMAHA. NEU. , uv Kuhn & Co , Cor , 15th & DouRlus SU. 1 \ ruller idi. Cor Dili & IlouulasSU. A II KiMtrr A Co ( ouncil lllutr * . U HOTEL , Jtitri'ittt , lot' . IItit unit tfttift inont Hiiltftiiitliilln Hotel Jliiildlitu In Oinnliii. tieiii'H In'Mi / / 11'iilln iininliiffrom IxiHcineiit to roof. .Ill tin ; vrltlniin mill Jtooi-H lined irltk AHbCHtui fit-it ; / ui/iiW , iiifr//iif/ it innitiNMltilr to Itui'H n\iivl ; . I'irn eKvinn-M mi'1 / ' ' "I"fin" tln-oiii/lioiit f/in liHlltllnu. Mi'Hin In-lit , hot nnil colit niitff Hint HiniHliiiifi crfi'i/roo/ii , 'Jublo uiiNnri > itnin ! < l tiny- tlltCI'C. B. SILLOWAY , Prop. HOTEL DELLONE , Corner 14th and Capitol Avanuo. Jnst complatod , has 100 roomi , threa btairwayo , from the top to the bottom , ha fine eluvator and dinning room Barvloo , 1 tire proof throughout , flna billard rooms an ! thu finest toilut rooms in the city. Lar o nmp le rooms , Suites with bath tcj. Cot 14th and Cacitol Avo. Street oar sorvloa in all droc lions. Hates , from $13.00 tn $1,00 XiIQ U UJtt MA.JBIT. IH ALL THE WOULD THEKE IS BUT ONE CURE DR. HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC , It can He irlttn In u rup of fulfce ur t . or In ar. Irlei of fuutl , without the knowledge ol the ptlent. f nee a > r/ . It U absoluttly liarnilxis and will sd ol a permanent and speedy euro , whether thejpatlrnl It ano < * er udrinker orau aloobolie wreek. IT MK * Kit LAII , * . Jl operates so quietly and with auoh oer * taint/ mat tua pallint underitoea oo Ineonvenleuoe. and ere be le aware , his complete reformation te ffeotud 46paf a book of particulars free ToDruadol KUKH & CO. . 1Mb & Douf\t. \ & 1Mb Cummic Bta , T/1 * supplied bUAXB. . I1UUUE < c CO , mil DOCTOR McGJ-BEW. THE SPECIALIST. More than 15 years experience In the treatment of PRIVATE DISEASES. A euro guaranteed In atoS days , wlthont holouol nn hour' * tluio. GLEET. The most rompleta and absolute cure for elect and all annoying discharges over known to the medical profession. Permanently cured In from5 to lUday * STRICTURE Or pain In relieving the hlaililar cured itlthout pnTrt- or Instruments , no cutting , no dilating. The most remarkable remedy known to modern science. SYPHILIS. Cured In .10 to H ) days-I > r Mcdrew's treatment for this terrible blooddlsenio has been pronounced tb < most-uccessfpl remedy ever discovered for the nb- eoliitu euro of the dlseise Ills success with this disease has never been oqunlla L A eoinploto euro b'unruntoed LOST MANHOOD And nil wotkuessos of tl o seMial organs , nervous * ness , timidity and despondency absolutely curoJ. The relief Is Immodlate and complete. SKIN DISEASES , and all dlscniei of the blood , liver , kidneys , nna. bladder permanently cured. FEMALE DISEASES The doctor "Homo Treatment" for ladles Is pro nounced liy all who have u od It to bo the mint tom- pletonnd convenient remedy over offered for the treatment of female diseases It Is truly a wonderlul rctued ) . Hours for Indies , from t to 4 only DR. MoQREW'S Mnivcllous HUCOJSS In the treatment of prlvnto dis eases hns won for him n reputation whUhlstrnlp national In character , nnd hln great army of p.illent. reaches from the Atlantic to the I'acinc. 'Iheduitor U n uiailiiato of 'regular" medlelno nnd has hay IODK "ml careful experience In hospital pruttlco , anil Is classed unions the leadltiK speclallats In mod * ern HLleuce Treatment by correspondente Wrlta for circulars about oac.li of the above dlsoisen , freo. Olllce , 14th anil Farmm StreotJ , Omaha Nub. Entranoo on either street , KSTAIH.ISIIKD im A. J. .SIMPSON" - . . . , H fry in id 1411 DodKU .Street , Omaha , Neb bide Spring attachment , no horse motion. liUII.IiEllfl OK P'irst Glass Carriages , THELEADINQ STYLES. THE LOWEST PRIOE3 YOUU I'ATItONAUK KOLIUITKI ) . ii'mi ; rrmvdy lor nil tin unnatural dlnthaifes nnd prlvat ( llseiu iof men A certain curn for th * > i ' tilting v , aktieu . lottomcn. urtonirb * JUprescrlbel.- JTHEEvmCHiUicllCo In rtrnrnmendlng It Ui 1 nil sulTerars. . J 8rONERMDDfC TURla , Hold l > y nrnmclilav , Tr . IlfC'IS 01.00. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S ' , STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL , PAMI3 EXPOSITION , 1880 , THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS , j