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DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERH HOTEL8.
HOTELS , PROPRIETORS 5TOIFAV
ARLINQTON , J. 0. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Nab.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 6. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllfonl , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , BROWNSVILLE , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg N
HALL HOUSE , A. W.'HALL , Loultvllle
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
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ITHE FASHION IN BIKDS.
Demand i e Novelties in Feath
The Aosthotlc Revealed In the Bird
Trado-How Ladles Mnko up Choir
Avlarloa-Vnlunblo Birds that
Slug , Tnlk. nnd Keep
New York Times.
A half-dozen storks wore the princi
pal occupants of the floor of a Oniml-
.strcut bird store tlio other day.
Sonio of them were standing on onu
log with their head bowud and their
long hills hidden in the inasgea of
feathers on their breasts. Others wen
taking their midday meal from n pat
containing n muss of water-soakut
bread and bits of nic.it. The ung.iin
ly creatures put their long rtd lugs in
motion as the visitor entered , and
moved slowly away. Those who liai
been , apparently , engaged in wise ru
niinations opened their uyca , brought
to the floor , as though it was a swing
ing gas bracket , a second liy , and fol
lowed their cninpanions to a rctnut
corner of the room.
"Can you find a market for MIC !
birds in New York , or are those de
signed for some meimgerii ? ' was tht
question at once put to tinpropriu
ttr."Kind n market , for them1 ! exclaim
ed the proprietor in astonishment
"Well , I should eaylcould. Thosi
six birds are already sold to a gentle
man up town , and ho thought thoj
were cheap at the hundred dollars he
paid for them. .Next week thosi
birds will be at homo to any one win.
calls in one of the finest conservatories
rios in the City. Why , bloas you , tin
stork and heron and they are pretty
much alike are the fashionable birds
nowadays , and I can soil all I can go
of them , and only wish 1 could gu
"Thero are fashions in birds as wcl
as in bonnets and ilowers , then , are
there ? "
"I should say fancies rather thni
fashions , " answered the bird f.i > 'cier ,
who stopped his work of clipping the
wings ot n handsome game cock , and
assumed the air of one in a coinmuni
tivu mood. You remember that be
fore Oscar Wilde came hero and
brought out the symbols of the
nnthetic , young ladies spent their leisure -
sure time in decorating olll crockery
and funs with the pictures of storks ,
Wall papers were adorned with pic
tures of the stork , and his fac simile
was everywhere present. That stork
craze helped us birds fanciers I imag
ine , for then wo began to have de
mands for storks from gentlemen who
could aft" > rd to indulge in any luxury
they saw fit. They were quite fash
ionable last summer with such as could
get them as a portion of the attrac
tions of their parks and lawns , and
the stork and the heron market was
blooming. Some people who hadn't
lawns to keep them in bought them ,
I presume because it was the fashion ,
and the birds must have had n hard
titno of it cooped up in the cages in
which they were confined. But storks
are like swans and birds of that kind ,
in demand only with those who have
parks in which they like to have a
collection of birds '
or anima's to ren
der them additionally attractive.
The fancy just at present is divided
between collections of small birds for
uvittrios , and iiuoh trained birds as cat
sing or whiatlo some tune or tunes. '
Conversations hud subsequently
with a number of dealers , wholesale
and retail , in various parts ot the
city , v ( nfied thu Canal-street fancier's
uta enients. Jiirds without song , little -
tlo fellows whoso plumage is not spu
eially brilliant or attractive are iu
great demand , and the smaller the
bird the morn highly it iiprizvd seem
ingly. African and Australian finches
of various kinds , cut throats , small
birds with a narrow band of blood-red
feathers Imlf encircling their necks ;
silver beaks , little birds with beaks of
silver white ; black headed nuns , birds
with gray plumage whoso heads and
necks aru masses of coal black feath
ers ; nonpariuls , with many colored
plumage ; weavers , modest looking
birds that will , when given bits of
twine , carefully wi-avo them a nest ,
and indigo birds , with a plumage of
deep dark blue , are most sought after
by young ladies who while awuy their
leisure hours in caring for and admir
ing aviaries. Formerly the Java spar
row was a favorite bird for the aviary ,
but their gray coats and thick red
beaks have now become so common
that they have gone out of fashion
The Java sparrow that boasts a plum
age of snowy whiteness and u beak of
cherry color , is still much sought after
and highly prized for avi.iriits , how
ever , and principally because of its
scarcity. The first class aviary of the
young ladjr of fashion nowadays con
tains 50 or more birdn , usually a pair
of each kind , and that the collection
may bo as attractive as pogsihli yotincr
Indies haunt the bird stores in mmrch
of novelties , and to secure these will
pay $10 u p.iir for the white Java
sparrow , when they could buy their
nioro modest cousins with the giay
coat for 1 a pair. For the othnr tit
tle biida without song they pay from
$2 DO to each , and thu BUIIJ is often
exceeded , i specially wl.cn they can
obtain good specimens of the Japanese
nightingale , or "sun bird , " as it is
sometimes called. The first name is
of a misnomer , for tfio bird's song ih
haialy more than a iqutak , und iU
principal beauty is thu brilliant L'old
and rod of the 'breast plumage , which
gives the latter naniu.
Such loyer of birds as can nfl'ord it
are purclumra of birds with a well-
defined song "trained birds" they
are called and sums ranging all the
way from $25 to $100 are are willing
ly paid for bull-finches or other birds
that can sing or whistle two or three
tunes. The bull-finch is the bofl of
all the Imitative powers , which very
rarely , however , extend to the sing
ing or whistling of
more than ono entire -
tire tune. The canary is , of course ,
the standard bird in the market , and
thu supply seem never to exceed the
demand. In fact , the dealers com
plain because there are so few of the
first-class St. Andrrasherg birds -
which sell readily for $10 each to bo
had. The commoner grades of these
birds , bringing from $2. CO to $5 each ,
find a ready market , arid often find a
homo in the clone rooms of tonomont-
housu. "I like to BOO the poorer
classes buying birds , " said Charts
Ruiche , the father of the bird trad bin
this country , "not specially because
it benefits mo , but because they h vo
n refining Intluenco in ix houatlmld ,
and whore in the poorer districts you
find a family that has a caimty , or
oino other put bird , and n few grucn ,
potted plants and there aru few that
don't have them nowadays -you nro
sure to find considerable humanity ,
though the cxttirior bo brutal or do-
graded. " When ho began busintes ,
hvro 35 years ngit , his importation of
2,500 CHiinrics wan sufficient to supply
thu demand , but this season , irum
August until M.iy next , Ins import , !
lions will reach fully 75,000 , niuUhoiu
nro now scvor.it other importers in the
City , whoso imports ior the season
will agcregato 50,000 more , nwkiiij.
I'JSiOOO canaries and other song birds I
brought 11 t.iis | i y within a i.oriod i f
Parrots have boon favorites siuco
historians began to write , and probi-
bly will continue to bo BO long as the
world exists. They arc noliis rule ,
birds Unit any ono but tlio owner takes
very kindly to , for their onto speeches
are usually offset by the vigorous man-
HIT in whieli they shako hands with
their beak. Like single-button kid
gloyus , tnoy uro aUnys in fashion ,
howoviT , turn it is no fiction the prtcus
which dealers assort that they receive
lor specially desirable birds. "Loj1
out lor mm , he's stealing your seed ,
shouted iv yellow headed and grout
plumayed Poll at a Times reporter , us
ho ventured into the bird store.
"Don't pay any attention to linn , "
said thodoalei , "he's trained to suy
that. " The pnrr. > l chuckled as thougti
responsible for n first-cias * joke , callul
its owner by name , and then whistled
a bit of n popular uir. All otlbrts
to induce the owner to place a price
upon his bird proved futile , und hu
said ; "I'd us BIIOII think of selling
my boy over there us 1 would of part
ing with Poll. " And its another spoke
ot a gray parrot ho owned , he ai
aertod called all hia fauiilj
by their Christian namoj , iniitatodthe
voice of each , and called the coach
man n id Hcolded the servants us tint-
n rally , md vigorously as hu was in tliu
lubit f doing. A Broadway dealer
has a parrot that opeaka both German
and Eiiitiiali , and in addition to these
accoinplisbniunts whmilua "Tommy ,
make loom for your mi civ. " Jor this
partot , un unconnnonly ugly one , hu
wantud $50. TliL'se birds havoumuio
vuiyingund fictitious valuu than any
other , und suuh un can talk or whistle
are worth anywhere from $2oto100.
Even the Inrinur pr.eu is paid fre
quently for an uneducated Mexican or
uray-plumaged bird , both of which
are easily trained to talk ur whistle.
Thu Cuban parrota , who do not learn
easily , nnd whoso vocabulary is always
limited , can bo purchased for from § 3
to § 5 each : Par iquots , thu miniature
pariots with nothing but their plumage
ago to recommend them are great fa-
voiitcs just at present , and readily
command from ? 0 to § 10 u pair. In
size between thu parrot und the pare
quet and of the same family is the blue
mountain lori , which has but recently
como into market , and which is rapidly -
idly becoming a favorite. They are
rare , are found only in ono district in
Australia , have the usual parrot coat
of green , a head 'and neck covered
with feathers of rich blue shade alid
BCiulut or jollov breast , those colors
being bomotimus intermingled in thu
plumugu. They neither talk nor
whistle , but will brood in captivity ,
and a pair is worth from $30 upward.
The cockadillo , too , has recently be
come ix Favorite because of ita bril
liant plumage , more like that of the
patrol than cf tlio cuckatoo , which thu
cockadillo aeenm to bo in miniature in
other respects. Cockatoos are entire
ly uut of fashion except with thu pro
prietors of ini'inigorieB or extensive
uviarius. A coini .ir.itively recent fa-
v rite in this class of buds is the
Quaker paraquot , a sm.xll bird with a
sombre suit ot plumage , the head and
breaut bmng of u lighter drab than thu
back. Ilia name is duo to this par
ticularly modest coat , and the retail
price is from $ U to 8 a pair. Of
these birds all but the parrot proper
uro usolesB us talkers or whisllorannd ,
ao far us is known , can bo beguiled in
to no ether musiu than the cry pocu-
liiir to the entire parrot tribe.
"Why is it , " a dealer was asked ,
. "that bird stores uro closed in the
evening , or why , when they uiu open ,
do you cover the cages ? "
"Ah , my boy , that's a little trick ot
the trade to keep the birds in good
voice. So long us it is in thu light a
bird wants to aing. Wo have
no objection to a songatois
warbling throughout the day us
much us ho wants to. But they ure
like human beings , and are upt to
overwork themselves. So wo keep
them in the dark in the evening und
night time , and when it in dark thuy
don't sing and strain their voices. It
is hard woik to gut u bird with u good
song , and when wo got ono we wunt to
keep his vocal organs in the bust poa-
aiblo condition. Europeans want bril
liant plumpgud birds , und bomu ship
acrois thu w.i.or . our nutivo canliimln ,
imligvs , nonpareils , and oihur varie
ties , und they sund us their links und
Crtimrius , biilMhiohen and thrushes ,
mivupiea und starlings , for AiiU'ricans .
want flint'i'ia , und when v\u get ( lie
trained birds wo have to catur to und
curt ; for them , us thu operatic iiMimger
cuter * to und caren for hia pniiiu uon-
n.i. And Unit's why wo often kcop
our bust singeia separate from the
common biids Wo don't "ant thuir
song broken by the picking up of taluo
"lint the sung is natural isn't ' it ? "
' Hy no ineuns i < W birds that , uro
cat i einud us pets in a household sing
their natunl BOIKJ. If they did ( hey
wouldn't ' bo so highly pnV.od , The
canary even is trained to his song and
younv bird is kept , by the careful
breeder , in the company of only the
best singers. So is the bullfinch , the
star ing , the blackbird , and others
whoso song make them so valuable to
Hut the birds ' v
song are never taught , '
lo improve their songs in this country.
Dealers say it is because wo havon't
r.ion on this side of the Atlantic who
will enter into competition with the
kiuinors in Germany. The American.
zed foreigners find that this business
loesn't pay. So uvon these who have
boon in business in the Old World
Jrop in when they como huro , Yet ,
in small way , these trainers pursue
heir vocation Jioro to some extent
rather for recreation than romunora.
ion. Thcso efforts , however , are di
rected mainly to the training of speak-
ng birds like the parrot and mugpio
Mtlior than the songsters , There
livtaon Roosevelt street RH A'sttinn
who 1ms accomplished a wonder in the
truinn e of a common rtt-Kl lobin
Tno li.- < ii.t | ty him ju rulnrk
Jdl.Ill VII II . , , , ( I IHIM'U llli\ Xl-ollfl '
out this .iiu U.I.I- --.Mj .Mmynn , '
made popular by Hair * u n. J Unit
in one of thoir'larccs. A dozou time *
a day or more the tnuatu-biix grc.ind
out this ono tuno. The owner of the
bird is a good whistler and s tmetliing
vf n musician. At such ouit hours : n
ho could get from his work he went to
( he room where thu hirl was confined
nd whistled th.i ni iy. 0 oui uially
ho would til.c : li'a u..l..i I r.v.m and
play "My MuVy Ann. " The robin
Hoard no music but th's , and as aeon-
uonco in a conplo of monihs bi < gi\
11 sing this song \ \ hen ho not so h
could whutlo it from buginnin tto em
Ins imprisonmentco.iatd. And nowh
attics at inlorvals this plaintive air ii
rivalry with the iniuic bu.x , and mticl :
10 the delight of his owner. The im
Unlive faculty thus dovuloped hai
f.ting to the biidnhu is now c instant
ly puking up new no'us , and has per
fected itself in a pji-'i.m ' of ono of thu
airs from "Fatinitai. " It has alsi
lo irned to punk. three French phrases ,
and has learned to the habit ot calling
out in a shrill whii-.Io ' " .luKa , " the
name of its owner's mm. Altogether
it.U famous birdand its/jwncr will not
part with it for uny amount ot money
I'lto method pursued by this Alsatiat
is that pursued by nil ti.nner.i in Ku
ro [ > D who make thu udac.uinn til song *
> mis a specialty. Tno bul.tin.h is
tueir favorite studentbecause it teams
thu most readily , can uuiiuii" t our
or three tunes , and is a favotito in the
uurkot. Tauso traiiu-M , gouorally
peasants , will fill u darkened roon
with cages of bullfinches , and lead
them by thu use of what in known as
a bird organ to whistle soinu particu
lar tuno. The bird-organ is iv baby
Imnd-orgun , and plays only the one
aong thu teacher tleaires ins scholars
to learn. 'I'hu is ) roll ml out to then
a dozen times a daily , and in a montl
or two tho.pupils aio graduated , and
apparently ruvul in their education ,
abandoning their natural-solig for the
artificial ono. The violin or mus'o-
box is elton subatitututodfortho bird-
organ , but onu of the three is always
mi accompaniment to thu education to
thu education of u song-bird. Thu
canary takes its schooling from its
male parent , and young birds while in
training huvo no oilier education than
being confined in a loom witluv num
ber of thu best singers.
The first requirement in teaching
birds to talk is u young bird with a
< > ud ear and natural imitative Jucul-
lius. The trainer , who is generally a
sailor with plenty of time on his bunds ,
talk to the bird us ho would ton child ,
ivndconstantreputitionot certain words
finally results in the puts acquiring
them. A little putting or feeding
with some delicacy is the encourage
ment given to the bird. But pur-
rots uro provvrso birds ,
wid people who attempt
co teach them to speak find
their pupils lessons , while they pick
up slang phrases or single words with
startling suddenness , often when they
iiuvo heard the word used but once.
Iho best parrots are self-taught. These
not only catch up the common phrases
jf a family in which they live , but also
ivcquiro the very tones of voice und
modes qt expression. There is a par
rot in ono of our up-town families that
itmuBOS itaolf by culling out the numo
jf the servant in Eueh clover imitation
uf the voices of members of the family
that the servant almost invariably
answers. When she leaves bur work
in the chamber to come down stairs n :
answer to u buppoaod cull from the
mistress , thu parrot will indulge in u
succession of shrieks of delight , und
seemingly enjoy its joku immensely.
This parrot soiinis possessed of more
than ordinary intelligence , und in
some way bus ucquucd thu knowledge
that thu otgan-gruulers who infest thu
streets ure not popular with members
uf the household. Let onu of them
appear and the parrot will at once call
uut "Go away. 1'ou can't got uny
money here. " Thu singular thing
nbout this expression is , that so fur us
sail be ascertained no member of the
family has been known use that ex-
toward one of these nuisances. Par
rots sometimes have u vocabulary of
several hundred words which they fro
[ juently string together with wonder
lul intelligence , handling the words an
correctly us u child will. Such birds
iru , of course , of great value to their
jwners , and it is this class that carry
the tictitious valuation of parrots up
into thu hundreds of dollars. They
ire self-taught , und acquire words ,
: ullB , und even portions ot tunes much
more readily of their own violition
than jvhon un attempt is niudo to teach
There is hardly a bird Htorc in the
: ity but has on sale from two to a
lozen quail , and a store on Fourth-
iveiiuo has its show-window filled with
horn. AH they me neither u hong
) ird nor a special pet , u natural in-
juiry was , ' 'What do you do with
hemThu / queiy rt-Btiltt-d in thu in-
'urination that thu birds from thu south
ind wt-st uro much sought uftor by
iportsmon in inn spring , when ihoy
> lace them on their preserves , allow
.hem to breed during the summurund
ihoot them in the fall before they have
i chalice to migrate. Another UBO ,
md u novel one , is mudo of thorn us
in advertisement by restaurant keep-
irs. These gentlemen trtqnontly buy
ho birds and place them in un extern-
lorized cage in the show-window ,
vhiuu they uro exhibited in order to
Iruw custom. And thu scheme is us-
tally n success.
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HAVE DECLINED SLIGHLTY3
the first to make the announce
ment to his customers and
the general public.
MATTINGS , OIL CLOTH KM WINDOW
Always sold at the lowest Market
We carry the largest stock and
make the Lowest Prices.
Orders promptly filled and every
attention given to patrons.
J. B. DETWILER
-1313 Farnham Street.
OMAHA , - - - JfNEBRASKA. .
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DEALER N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
Manufacturing. Company ,
MAKERS'OF ' THE
Finest Silver Plated Suoons and Forks ,
The only andjj Jtionul plate thut
original firm of ]
ia giving for In-
Roger B Bros.
etaiico - ainglu
All ou > Spoons ,
plated Bpoon u
Knives plulod triple thloknuHB
with the groatoat
plate only on
of care , Enoh
the Hoctlo B
lot bolng huiiK
on n Bculo whilu wliero expo d
being plated , to to wear , thereby
iiiBiiro a full deposit tanking a single
posit of flilvurou
thorn.Wo wear aa long asa
Wo would call
a , triple plated
tion to our soc-
Rival. Orient Tin D o-I
All Orders In the Wcet nhould be Addrosdod to
. . ; ,
Wholesale Jewe'er ,
OMAHA. - NEB.
lair Boods , Notions , Ladies' ' Furnisliino ; Goods , Ulsters , Oiroulars ,
and Suits ,
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