Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 23, 1888, Page 3, Image 3

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    WHERE IS THE COLD FISH ?
Commodore Vnndorbilt'a Milllonalro
Daughter Floocod.
HOW THE HEIRESS WAS DECEIVED
Hrr Connection AVIth flic Splrllnnl-
Innrr Circle of Huston An
IntcrrMltiK Htory For
All to Ucail.
Boston Globe : "Where IB Mine.
Hergc'r ( formerly Mrs. La Bau ) , the
millionaire daughter of Commodore
Vntulorbilt , once known IIH 'the gold
Huh' of the Inner spiritualistic elrclcH of
thin city,1' asks the Now York Ilernld.
For many month ! ) she fed the hungry
professional Ushers for spirits here , and
when Hhe loft the Hub the spirit pool
was troubled as never before.
\Vhorc has she gone ?
Thnt is what the mediums in Boston
can't find out.
They wiv that nho ! H not in the spirit
world , or they would burely have heard
from her.
Who has hidden her away , and why ?
At the very moment when she was
flinging uway money with most lavish
humlH among the needy communicants
she dropped out of Bight or was snatehcd
nway. Conceive their intense vexation.
All are now asking , Who lumber ? and
every one ia looking for the hidden
treasure. For coal is high , January is
here , and they can't alTord to lobe her.
How much have thov lobt ?
That depends greiitly on how much
Hhe has left of her princely inheritance.
No fortune could stand sueh drains long.
A thousand dollars at a night's sitting
was no infrequent gift , and her sittings
were legion , for she WIIH an insatiate
questioner , seeking for light in every
quarter. The cheapest "hack'1 clairvoy
ant was not below her. and the
JIOST KXTOUTIONATK ' 'FAITH IIKAT.KIl"
was not too high for her. She paid what
was abkcd without hesitation or hag
gling.
Her call was for spirits , without
price.
AH soon as her frcehandedncss became
known "spirits" were always forthcom
ing. She was never delayed or disap
pointed. At the shortest notice practic
able all orders were served up , from Co
lumbus to Vandcrbilt. But she had to
pay proportionately for extra strains of
the psychic powers. Yet she uttered no
word of complaint. She was a paragon
of patrons.
Hur mourning friends here remem
ber her very vividly.
When she came to Boston it is said
that bho was still a decidedly attractive
woman , though considerably past the
natural bloom of youth. Her figure was
htout , but well proportioned. Her face
was plump and pleasing when she
talked , her bright black eyes were lit
- ' up with imiiiintion , and when she
laughed her dir//.ling white teeth were
the despair of dentists and the envy of
all othert ) . She was rather fond of ad
miration and those about her saw that
she had no lack of it. She had every
thing about her to make life pleasant ,
an overflowing purse , fine food , line
dresses , llnejodgings , troops of friends ,
family connections , all the distractions
of society , a devoted husband all that
heart could wish and still she was not
content. Why ?
She was a hypochondriac. She was
beset with the notion that she had the
dropsy , and no expert evidence could
fhako her convictions.
At first she dosed herself with all
manner of compounds known to adver
tising geniuses , and haunted the leading
drug stores. She fairly distracted the
clerks with hoi1' peremptory orders for
every variety of powders and fluids
which the liuman stomach could bear
without instantly collapsing. By per
sistence she learned to master the in
evitable nausea , and would calmly drink
off doses before the ama/.cd faces of the
clerks. But her zeal was all in vain.
The more she chastised the suspected
dropsy the sicker she grow. At length ,
in despair of self-preservation , she
threw herself into the hands of a faith
healer. From that moment there was
no hope for her. It was her first plunge
INTO TIIK FOOL OK SI'IHITUAUSM.
So far as is known in this city her
head never robe above the surface
again.
Who wns the lucky healer ?
Dr. A. Hodges , "electrician , faith
healer and heaven-born' physician. "
combining these arduous'duties at his
w orkwhop in the little rod brick house
l'J42 Washington street.
The doctor is ajihort , stout man , with
keen gray eyes and a light sandy-
colored moustache. Ho wears specta
cles and talks rapidly.
"Doctor , " asked the reporter , "did
you over prescribe for a lady named
Mme. Berger ? "
"Oh ! yes. Indeed , " replied the doctor ,
his face lighting up as with the recall
of some pleasant momentary memories.
"I had such a patient and remember
her very well indeed. I always found
her a lady in every sense of the word.
She had a mind remarkably open to
the reception ol truth , and she was
possessed of a largo and liberal heart. "
"For what did you treat madame ,
; 'ir < doctor ? " again asked the reporter ,
ft "Well , said the doctor "
i , .that I can
not answer. It wffuld bo betraying pro
fessional confidence. But I can say that
1 cured Mmo. Berger completely , and
she was kind enough to express her
gratitude to me in many ways , " added
the doctor , and ho smiled complacently.
"You are an electrician , I believe ,
doctor ? Would you object telling me
what your method is ? "
_ T "Aro you a believer ? " asked the doc-
w [ tor , looking earnestly at your corre-
ii epondent.
Electricians , faith hcalera and
"heaven born physicians" always like
U ) know if their auditor is a believer
before they tell him of their wonderful
cures. Some sneering skeptics say thai
this is because it takes as much faith tc
believe in a faith cure as to make it.
The doctor was assured that the re
porter was a firm believer. Then he
continued : "I cure my patient-
through an application of the Spirit ol
Truth. " Something like Dr. Von Swart-
wort whom you described in Sunday' *
paper.
"I do not understand you , doctor. "
"Well , 1 will explain. None ot us is
a free agent. Wo are all controlled bj
t-omo higher power some by a bail
power , some bv a good power. I air
controlled by Iho Spirit of Truth. "
.Lucky old chap !
The reporter smothered a smile s <
well that the doctor proceeded withou
alarm.
"Tho moment a patient enters my of
lice I am enabled by the Spirit of Trutl
to detect what is the matter with bin
or her. I do not want to ask a singh
question. 1 only cast one glaneo upoi
my patient's lace and Ihen cloao in ;
eves. ' '
'
"Why do you do that ? "
"To invoke the great Spirit of Trutl
to descend upon mo and enable me ti
see my patient as she is. . 1 elo o m ;
oyee , and t scarcely do BO before I fee
my mortal frutno beginning to .nuiver
The Spirit of
TKUTH lp UESCKNDINO WON MK.
I see iuy patient us she is , \'od , I se <
t"l" -li' . . ' , X-
her a ? she IK. I fee the entire frame
work , the whole inside of her body , just
as her Maker does , and the name Spirit
of Truth which enables mo to see all
this tells mo what remedy to apply.1
"I suppose you use the faith cure a
great deal ? " suggested the reporter.
"Oh , yes ! " continued the doctor. "I
work my greatest cures through that all
healing and wonderful mystery. When
Mine. Bcrgcr. for instance , came to me ,
as soon ns I had ( through the great
Spirit of Truth ) detected what was the
matter with her , I told her that nothing
on earth could cure her but the power
of faith.
" 'Mine. Bcrgcr , " taid I , 'you are in a
very dangerous way. Your condition is
more than critical. It is alarming , and
nothing on earth can save you except
the power of faith invoking the Spirit
of Truth. ' "
"Did Mme. Bcrger express her will
ingness to be thus cured ? "
r'She did , " replied the doctor , "and I
must say for her that I haVe never had
a patient whose faith"was more entire
and free from prejudice than was hers.
She not only expressed her willingness
to bo cured by faith , but she said she
felt entirely certain that nothing else
on earth could cure her. You see , "
added the doctor , "I did not hide from
Mine. Berger her real condition. I told
her frankly , as I have said , or rather the
Spirit of Truth , speaking through mo ,
told her the terribly alarming state she
was in , and she , being iif-ensiblu woman ,
resolved to adopt the only means possi
ble to cure herself. She requested mete
to pray over her. " What rot and non
sense.
"Did you do PO ? "
"I did , " said the doctor. "I uttered
a prayer. I invoked the grcnt Spirit of
Truth , and immediately 1 felt my frame
beginning to quiver. The Spirit of
Truth , you see , was descending upon
me. For a moment I knew not what to
do. I said. 'What must I do , oh , Spirit ? '
and immediately a voice as if from the
ceiling answered'Go to that woman. '
I did so. I then wild ,
'WHAT NKXT , OH , SIMIMT ? '
' "Lay your hands upon that woman , '
said the voice. I did so. 'What next ,
oh , Spirit ? ' And the voice replied ,
'Invoke the Spirit of Truth and call
upon the invisible harmonies. ' I
did bo. "
Quite a neat racket , isn't it ?
"What , did you say , doctor ? "
"I know " doctor "be-
not , replied the , -
caiibo iit/nieh times I am. as it were , in
a state of trance and I cannot remember
all that I say , only parts. But I did as
1 was ordered. I invoked the Spirit of
Truth , and immediately I felt Mine.
Bergor's frame beginning to quiver. "
Xaturally.
"The Spirit of Truth was descending
upon her , " suggested your reporter.
"Kxnctly so , " answered the doctor ,
"and Mine. Berger felt its descent. Wo
stood there together mutually invoking
the Spirit of Truth for some time , and
as wo stood there the soft music to
which I have referred continued to bo
heard , all the while increasing in vol
ume , and over and anon a voice , as if
from the ceiling , cried out : "Well
done ! Halleluja ! She will bo saved ! "
"Doctor , was Mine. Burger accom
panied In any of her visits to you by her
husband ? "
"No ; Mr. Bcrger never came with his
wife. In fact , I am informed that he was
opposed to her coming at all. for , you
know , ho had a narrow mind and did
not grasp greater truths. He was , poor
man , not a believer. 1 rarely met him
not oftener than three times all told ,
I believe and even at those meetings
our conversation was not of a very pleas
ant nature. It was soon evident to'mo
that Mine. Berger and her husband
were not suited to each other. She
was altogether above her husband.
Her mind was centered on spiritual
things and the nature of the unseen
world , while M. Berger was engrossed
with the fleeting affairs of this meo
mortal world. They did not live happily
together. "
"Mine. Berger used , so it seemstohave
long talks with the angel Gabriel. "
"Always after these spirit talks. "
says Mrs. Perry , "Mmo. Berger and her
husband used to have quarrels. The
night after her talk with the angel
Gabriel she and her husband had a
great row and the next morning ho left
the house , and , so far as I know , he
never came back again. The fact that
there was ft big row in the house that
night makes mo of course remember the
night very well and about what oc
curred.
"For about three months longer Mmo.
Berger remained at (128 ( Troinont street.
Then , she , too , suddenly disappeared. "
Head tbo Death Roll
Which the bills of mortality of any
largo city may bo litly designated , and
you will find that renal and vesical mal
adies , that is to say , those that affect
the kidneys or bladder , have a remark
able prominence wo _ had nlniost said
preponderance. Bright's disease and
diabotes'in the chronic stage are rarely
cured , and gravel , catarrh of the blad
der and diuresis slay many. Yet at the
outset , when the trouble merely
amounts to inactivity of the organs in
volved , the danger may bo nullified by
that pleasant renal tonic and diuretic ,
Hostottor's Stomach Bitters , which im
parts the requisite amount of tone to
the organs , without over-exciting them ,
and the use of which is convenient , ana
involves no elaborate preparation.
Dyspepsia , n usual concomitant of renal
complaints , and debility , which they
invariably produce , are remedied by it.
So also are constipation , malarial , rheu
matic and nervous ailments.
Aii KKCftpoil Cannibal.
Louisville , Ky.dispatch to the Globe-
Democrat : Very few people in this city
know that u Fiji islander , n genuine
man-eater , lives in their midst , but it is
so. She , for it is a woman , and name
less is a very strange appearing character -
actor , an it is worth ft long walk to
take a peep at her canibalship. She
never goes further away from homo
than the immediate neighborhood in
which she lives , and is quite as inoffen
sive n person , though not as beautiful ,
perhaps. , as one would care to meet.
" " to this
"Spotted Johnny" was brought
country in 187H , from the Fiji islands ,
along with a small band of her people ,
by Foropaugh , of circus fame. She ran
away from her captors while the show
was in Pottsvillo , Pa. , andnoono knows
how she got to Nashville , where she
was finally found doing drudgdgcry ,
the only sort of work she seemed capa
ble of , for a family that hurt taken the
fantastic and repulsive outcast in out of
the cold. An otTort was made by the
circus people to reclaim her , but
Johnny did not like the idea ,
and expressed herself so forcibly
that her friends sent the circus
men about their business , At this time
Johnny was averse to wcarjng clothing ,
and it was only with great persuasion
that she could be induced to keep the
simplest garments on her. She ate raw
meat with avidity , and cared for little
else. Now she is u vegetarian and
scarcely ever touches meat , though she
eats lish Shu wears clothing just as
most any one elfc in her position would.
She is very much devoted to Mrs. Cain's
children , and they are equally fond of
her.
her.Tho
The family with whom the escnpod
cannibal had taken refuge in Nashville
removed to a distant city , leaving
"Johnny" with Mr. and Mrs. Cuin , who
0 \\cro.tlicu liviuu in thy Tennessee capi
tal. This was more than live years ago. I I
At Urst Mrs. Cain's children were much
,
afraid of their strange servant , but j I
this wan soon conquered by the mildness '
of her manner and her simple devotion. 1
Her intelligence is of a very low order ,
and she is able to perform only the
plainest labor.
The children of the neighborhood ,
and some of the older ones too , for that , |
matter , stand considerably in awe of the
strange being , but ns she seldom loaves
the house and interferes with no olie ,
but little is ever been or heard of her.
Do you suffer with catarrh ? You can
bo cured if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla.
the great blood purifier. Sold by all
"ruggists.
He Was Cured of Hln Guy in jr.
Frankie Cleveland won the hearts of
he people by marrying a president.
Iho deserves credit for thatbutaGrand
'orks , Dak. , lady won the hearts of the
cnizcns of that lively little city not
eng ago more completely in half an
lour , says the Dakota News. She did it
vith a horse.
Tlie lady drove a sleepy-looking car-
lage horse about town on her shopping
ours Unit in appearance didn't look as
hough it could go a mile in a week. A
veil known citizen had a spanning big
earn that was acknowledged to bo the
wiftcst in the town. The lady and
gentleman mot in society frequently ,
ind the latter never lost an opportunity
0 ehafT her about her ill-looking horto.
One day they happened to drive up to a
jity drug store at the sumo time.
"Say , " began the man as ho looked at
he lady and then glanced at the horbe ,
'why don't you hitch a snail to your car
riage ? It would go faster than that horse
ind look a deuced sight better. "
"You have 'guyed' mo repeatedly
ibout that horse , " replied the lady.
'Now , I'll wager that I 11 beat you in a
mlf-mile race. "
"I'll bet you $10 you can't. "
"Wait till I drive homo and get the
nonoy and I'll take you. "
"Never mind doing that ; I'll loan you
10 money , " broke in a bystander.
The ino'noy was put up , and half a mile
) ii a level street was chosen. Half the
, own witnessed the race. The flyers got
) ii an oven start and away they went.
The little horse spurted at the start and
ook the lead. The little beast's mane
ind tail fairly stood up in the air as she
vent at a Maud S gait. The big team
vas not only beaten , but in a straight
ace would have been distanced. The
.own wont wild. They are guying the
nan yet up in that country.
For fear of losing a day's workj many
persons put oil taking physic until Sat-
irday. The better plan is not to delay
> ut take it as soon as needed , it may
save you a hard spell of sickness. If
you want the most benefit from the
east amount of physic without causing
you any inconvenience , loss of appetite
or rest' , lake St. Patrick's Pills. Their
iction on the liver and bowels are
borough , they give a freshness , tone
ind vigor to the whole system and act
'n harmony with nature.
Strangely enough , Mrs. Sarah .17 Hale ,
who was for many years the editor of
Godey's Lady's Book and did a vast
unount of literary work , is to-day best
omembored by her verses : "Mary had
1 little lamb. "
Lclaud hotel , Chicago.
The French government has again
taken up the building of great armor-
clad ships. F.ight are now being pressed
forward to completion. Admiral Pullu
do la Barriero has caused a vessel to bo
built ehcased with coeoanut fibre in
stead of armor plates. It is said to
have greater power of resistance than
steel.
Old pill boxes arc spread overtho land
by the thousands after having been
emptied by suffering humanity , What
ii mass of sickening , disgusting medi
cine the poor stomach has to contend
with. Too much strong medicine.
Prickly Ash Bitters is rapidly and
surely taking the place of all this class
of drugs , and in curing all the ills aris
ing from a disordered condition of the
liver , kidneys' stomach and bowels.
English ladies arc learning dress
making either for their own advantage
or to help the poor. Two of the
daughters of the Prince of Wales have
learned a oystem , and their example
) ms been followed by a great number of
titled ladies. There is a school in Lon
don for teaching dressmaking and
millinery.
OMAHA WIIOLjESAIjK MARKETS
Produce , Fruits , Etc.
Saturday , Jannnry .
'flic followlnv arc the prices at which
mum ? intn tif produce arc xold i iJit * r-
hct. I'Yitit * or other linen nfgoiiilH rcqnlriny
extra labor of jxtctilim cannot alwaiin be
i/ > /lfc < f on ontatflc orders ( it thesaine prices
( juntcil the local trade.
BUTTEII Receipts were moderate and the
demand good , although the quality of the
offerings was scarcely up to the murk.
Prices remain firm nnd unchanged. Wo
quote : Creamery , solid packed. ± 2@liyc ;
choice dairy , l" ( 19c ; medium , 15@17c ; low
prudes , 10 ( < 512c.
Eons The receipts of strictly fresh con
tinue light , but otherwise the situation.
Wo quote : 21@i'Jc for cold storage is un
changed , Ii2@23o 'for strictly fresh. Limed
eggs arc very slow at 15c.
POULTRY Arc steady. The receipts are
sufficient to supply the demand , but no more ,
and prices remain as before. Wo quote :
Dressed chickens , 8@9e per lb ; turkeys , S@
Sic ; ducks , 7@8c ; geese , l10c. )
Arri.ES Are firmer , and anything , in less
than ' . ' 0 bbl lots cannot bo had for less than
$3.75. Wo quota eastern fruit , fair to ehoicco
block , M.50 ( < .75 ; fancy stock , * ; ! .7.r4.00.
llEAXS-Good stock , $2.00@2. 0 ; fair to
peed , $ l.tXX J1.80 , and California beans at
S.2.r2.40.
TnuNirs Rutabagas are selling at 55ffCOc (
ptfr bushel ,
SWEET POTATOES Are nearly out of the
market. Wo still quote : 23X I' ' " ' lb. , with
extra at 3c.
CiiiEii-Cholcc Michigan cider , * < 5.00@0.50
per bbl. of 33 gal.
LEMONS Malaga arc about out of the mar
ket , but wo quote the old figures * 5.X ) per
box. Messtmis are In fair supply and helling
at from * 5.00 < a5.fQ.
Poi-coHN Choice rlco corn is quoted at
i4Kc l > cr lb , other kinds , SJ CgUo per lb.
S.VUEII KiuiiT Choice per bbl. of M gal. ,
* 3.85u ( 9.00 ; } { bbl. , f4.57 ( < i5.00. tll.OO per
bbl of M ) gal.
CAUIIOTS $2.25(112.50 ( per barrel ,
PAH.sxii's Now stock , fJ.50 per barrel-
There arc few on the market.
OVSTEIIS Plain standard , 25c ; plain se
lects , 80o ; standard. 40c : extra selects , 35o ;
New York counts , 40c ; bulk oysters , counts ,
f 1.85 per 100 ; selects , $2.00 per gal ; standard ,
11.25 per gal.
. CAt'i.iri.owKH Good stock , $3.M < 32.80.
CALIFORNIA FHIIITS There are only a few
pears In the market , ut $2.50 13.75 : extra
line , 1.00.
CiiANiicimiES Bell & Cherry , * 10.00@10.50
Bell & Bugle , $10.50@11.00Cape ; Cods , $11,00
( 11.50.
Fios In layers , 13 < glt5c : cake , lie per lb.
UVTES Prussian , fco per lb.
POTATOES Are not movlngln this weather ,
and prices remain firm and unchanged
Utah and Colorado stock are quoted a <
$1.10@1 , 15 and choice homo grown at 90 ®
1,00 ; common grades at ( Me.
CAMI.KIB A good deal of frozen stock Is
reported , and U selling at 'Jo per lb. , bu
otherwise prices are unchanged $1 per
Uoz. , and 2Uu3c per lb for California.
ONIONS Wuquoto prices unchanged : Homegrown
grown , 75@S5cc ; Spanish onious , per 50-0
crate , $1.50 < rt'1.75.
ORAXOKS Stocks are very light and wil
not bo replenished until next week when a
car of Mexican is expected. Prices arc un
changed and we quote : Valencia , $7.50
( a.S.00 per case of 420 : Louisiana , $4.0004.25
Florida , brights , H.25&4.W ; russets , $3.00
04.00 ,
CKI.EIU No change In price , but stock
arc light and demand fair. We quote 40 ( < $
. 46c pcT-dotcn for choice and 4XriOc ! for fancy.
UANANAH'-Cold weather U checking milt's
to some extent , but price * are firmer and
higher. Cholco bananas , t2,40W.l.r ( > o : medium
bunehes ; ? 2..VVit.OO. ;
NUTS Peanuts , ! > ( ' ? 7c , raw : Brazil nuts ,
Ilk1 ; almonds , Tarragona , 22c ; KngliMi
walnuts , 15 ( < ? lfc ; nibertu , ISc ; Italian chest
nuts , 15c : pecans , I''o.
C5iurKs Are becoming source and are
narkfd higher , at $7..V.K.i8.00 per bbl. for
Malagas , and larger sized bbl ? . In proportion
p to $10.
HONEY Is somewhat scarce nnd found at
irovlous quotations ; KKgSli ! for l-tt frames ;
aimed honey , I0@12c per lb.
Grocer's
PnovisioNs Hams , Utilise ; breakfast
jacon , 11 VrMlJfc ( ; bacon sldes.Hfau.c ! : dry
alt , S.'f ' y c ; shoulders , Oii$7c ( ; dried beef ,
lfANnr-Mlxe.1 , 0@lle ; stick , P < < t9 ; < c.
CANNKH Ooous Oysters , standard , per
esc , $3.HO ( ( 3.3. > ; strawberries , 1Mb per case ,
U. ! > 0rt3.iO ( : ; raspberries , 1Mb per case , $ .1.1f < < ?
.25 ; California pears , per case , $4.70@4.80 ;
iprlcots , | > cr case , $4.IJ < ) @ 4.70 ; peaches , per
asc , $5.70firi.bO ( ; white cherries , per case ,
0.00 ; Cal. jilums , per casi'4.aO ( < f 4.40 ; blueber-
, -lb goosclrcrries , per case , $3.25(33.85 ( ; 2-lb
itring beans , per case. $1.80rfl.85 ( ; 2-lb Lima
beans , per case , $ l.OOVjl. ( lft ; 2-lb marrowfat
> eus , $2.00 ( < i2.70 ; 2-lb early Juno pear , | > cr
aso , $2.85 ; 3-lb tomatoes. $2.50 ; 2-lb corn ,
vj.30u2.40. (
DKIED FIIUITS Apples , new , J s , 7@7 } c ;
! Vai > oratcd 50-lb ring , 9 } @ 10e ; raspberries ,
mipo rated , 27i28c ( ; blackberries , evuK | > rutcd ,
"SIOc : pitted cherries , 22fe2tc : ; Eastern ,
peaches , new , 8S8J ( e ; California
> euehcs , new , } s , 14 ( < i'l5e ' ; ovapor-
itcd , peeled peai'hcs , 2yj30o ( ; evupor-
itod. unparcd , 20u21e ( ; new cur
rants , 7 ( ,7 c ; prunes , new , 5tf5.fc ( ; ;
Itron , 25c ; raisins , London layers , $2.45@
1.50 ; California loose muscatels , $2.10 ( < f2.15 ;
tew Valencia. SWsvI.f'e ; Valencia raisins , 7 > f
S8c ; California L. L. ruisins , $2.40 ( 2.50 ;
California C. M. ruisins , $2.00@2.10.
KKFINKD LAUD Ticrco , 7J c ; 40-lb square
cans , 7 , c ; fiO-lb round , 7&e ; 20-lb round ,
' { a10lb \ pails , 8c ; 5-lb pails , SVc ; 2-lb
BU'OO'MS Extra 4-tlo , $2.00 ; No. 1 , $2.00 ;
No. 2 , $1.75 ; heavy stable , $4.00.
Sviiui1 No. 70 , 4-gullon kegs , $1.50@1.55 ;
Jew Orlenns , per gallon , 3SS4 ( ( > cj muplo
syrup , half bbls , "old time" per gallon , 80c ;
-gallon cans , per doz , $10.50 ; half galen cans ,
> er doz , $ ti.25 ; quart cans , $ ; l2"i.
STAIICII Mirror glass , 5J c ; Graves' corn ,
ij c ; Oswego gloss , Oc ; Oswego corn , 7e.
HOLLAND HKKUINOS 73@70 per keg.
WOODENWAIIE Two-hoop palls , per doz. ,
$1.45 ; three-hoop pails , $1.70 ; No. 1 tub , $0.50 ;
N'o. 2 tub , $ .50 : No. 3 tub , $4.50 ; wash-
wards , $1.40E2.75 ( ; assorted bowls , $2.25 ;
No. 1 churns , $9,00 ; No. 2 churns , $3.00 ; No.
} churns , $7.00.
PICKLES Medium in bbls , $7.00 ; do in half
ibis , $4.00 ; small , in bbls , $3.00 ; do in half
bbls , $4.50 ; gcrklns , in bbls , $9.00 ; do in half
bbls , $ . " ) .00.
CorpCE Ordinary grades , 19)f@21c ) ; fair.
i < 7MO > c ; prime , 21S21J ( c ; fancy green and
yellow , 23@'J5o ; old government Java , 2S@
( Oc ; interior Java , 25u23c ( ; Mocha , 2S@30c ;
ArbucKlo's rousted , 24'i'c ; McLaughlin's
XXXX , 24fc ; Dilworth's , 24c ; Ucd Cross ,
one.
05c.
05c.HOPE
HOPE Seven-sixteenths. ll@ll4'c.
.TOIIACCO Lorillard's Climax , 45c ; Splen
did , 45c ; Mechanic's Delight , 44c ; Lcggett &
Meyer's Star , 450 ; Cornerstone , " ( Je ; Ilrum-
fiiond's Horseshoe , 4-lc ; J. T. . 40c ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44o ; Catlln's meerschaum , 31c ;
Cutlin's Old Style , 2Du.
conf. A ,
-.ivivvh" . j . . . . " . vy , .i loaf , 8 $
8fc ! ; powdered , 8@S ) c ; New Orleans , 5J < $
"tftfe. „
CUACKHHS. CAKES , Eiu Prices subject to
change. Soda , 5c ; soda ( city poods ) , 7c ; soda
suowllakcs ( m tins ) , lie ; soda dandy , 0) ) < c ;
soda wafers ( in tins ) , 10c ; soda zephyr , 8c ;
city oyster , O tfc ; excelsior , 7c ; farina oys
ter , 5 } o ; gem oyster , fie ; monitor , 7o ;
cracker meal , 5J o ; grahum. 8c ; grnhnm
wafers , lOc ; graham wafers In pound pack-
uges , 123 < jC ; hard bread , 5c : milk , 7' c ; oat-
incul. 8c ; oatmeal wafers. lOc ; oatmeal wa
fers in Ibpkgs , 12Xc ; animals , 12c ; boliver
Ringer ( round ) , 7c ; crcanv , 8c ; Cornhill ,
lOc ; cracknclls , ICc ; frosted cream , 8 > fc ;
Kinger snaps , 80 ; ginger snaps ( city ) , Oc ;
lionio made ginger snaps In boxes , 13c ; homemade
made ginger snaps ( i lb cans ) per dozen ,
$2.50 ; lemod cream , 8c ; pretzels ( hand
inado ) , llKc ; assorted cakes and Jumbles ,
11 'e ; assorted fingers , 15c ; afternoon tea
( In tins ) per dozen , $7.00 ; banana lingers ,
14c ; butter jumbles , UJic : Brunswick , 15c ;
brandy snaps , 15c ; chocolate drops ( new ) ,
ICc ; chocolate wafers , 15o ; Christmas lunch
( in tins ) , per dozen , $4.50 ; cocoa taffy snaps ,
14c ; coftec cake , 12c ; Cuba Jumbles , llj c ;
cream puffs , 20u ; egg jumbles , 14u ; ginger
drop * , lie ; honey jumbles , HKc ; Jelly ling
ers , 15o ; jelly wafers , 15c ; jelly tart ( new ) ,
15c ; lady fingers , I3o ; vanilla bar , 14c ; vu-
nllla wafers , 14c ; Vienna wafers , 1 dozen
packages In box , per dozen , $2.50.
All goods packed in cuns 1 ct. per lb. ad
vance except Snowflake and Wafer Soda ,
which is packed only in cans. Soda In 2 lb.
and 3 lb. paper boxes , yt cent per lb. advance ;
all other goods , 1 cent per lb. advance. Soda
in 1 lb. paper boxes , 1 cent per lb. advance.
The 2 lb. boxes are packed in cases holding 18
in a case. The 3 lb. boxes are packed in cases
holding 12 in a case. The 1 lb. boxes are
packed In cases holding 30 in a cuso. Ono lb.
Graham aud Oatmeal Wafers packed 2 doz.
in u case.
Show Tops for boxes , with glass opening to
show goods , 75 cents , Cans for Wafer Soda ,
$3.00 not returnable. Cans for Snowflake
Soda , $0.00 per doz. Tin Cases with Glass
Face to display the goods , 75ccnts each. No
charges for Packages except for cans and re
turnable cases. Olass Front Tin Cuns and
"SnowHuko" Soda Cans are returnable at
prices charged ,
Dry Gnocla.
DUCK West Point 29 In. 8 oz. , lO c ; West
Point 29 In. 10 oz. , 12 } < o : West Point 10 in. 12
oz , 15c ; West Point 40 in. 11 oz , Itio. Checks
Caledonia X , OYc ; Caledonia XX , 10 } o ;
Economy , OJ c ; Otis , S c.
KENTUCKY JEANS Memorial , 15c ; Canton ,
ISC ; Durham , 27Kc ; Hercules , 18c ; Leaming
ton , 22 > .Jc ; Cottswold , 25c.
CHASII Stevens'B , Oc ; bleached , 7c ; Ste
vens' A. 7Mo ; bleached , 8 oStevpns' \ P ,
8 > fc ; bleached , 9 } < Jc ; Stevens' N , Uitfc ;
bleached , 10 } c ; Stevens' S H T , 12J < c.
MISCELLANEOUS Table oil cloth , $2.85 ,
plain Holland , 8c to Oo ; Dado Holland ,
12Jtfc
AMIIIUCS Slater , 4 Woods \ , 4Kc ; Stan
dard , 4) c ; Peacock , 41
COMFOIiTF.IIS fO.IXX
BLANKETS White , $1.00@7.50 ; colorcd$1.10
8.00.
BLEACHED SHEETING Berkeley cambric ,
No. 00 , 9 > o ; Best Yet , 4-4 , O c ; butter cloth
OO , 4 } c ; Cabot , 7) ) < Tc ; Farwell , 8c ; Fruit of
Loom. 9o ; Grccno G , tic ; Hope , 7Jfc ; King
Phillip cambric , lie ; Lousdalo , llj < fc ; Lons-
dale , bjfc ; Now York mills , . lOJ c ; Pcppcrell
42-in , 10) < cPeppcrcll,40-in. ; , llJ4e ; Pcppcrell
0-4 , 15o ; Pcppcrell , 8-4 20c ; Pcppcrell 9-4 , 22c ;
Pcppcrell , 10-4 , 24c ; Canton 4-4 , Stfc ; Canton ,
4-4 , 9 } < o ; Triumph , Oc ; Wamsutta , lie ; Val
ley , 5c.
FLANNELS PlaidRaftsman , 20c : Goshcn ,
82 ! < c ; Clear Lake , 32)fu ) ; Maple City ,
Whito-G H No. 2 , Jf , 21c ; G H No. 1 , Jf ,
27 c : B H No. 2 , % , 22Ku ; B H No. 1 , V ,
'Mo ; Quecheo No , 1 , % . 42c ; Quecheo No. 2.
V. 37 } < ; Ouecheo No , 4 , % , 32Kc ; Anawan
lake ; Windsor , 22 } Jo. Hed-C , 24-inch. 15 c
E , 24-inch , 21c ; GG , 24 Inch , 18c ; H A F ,
25c : J u F , jf , 27Kc ; G , ? 4' , a-ic.
PitlNTH SOLID Cni.oiis Atlanta ,
Slater , 5c ; Berlin Oil , Ue ; Garner Oil , 0@
7c. PINK AND Honns Uichmond , Oc ; Allen
Oc ; Uiverpoi.it , 5o ; Steel Klver , Oc ; Richmond
mend , Oo ; Pacific , UclMioo ; ) BLUE Wash
ington , Oo ; Century Indigo blue prints , lOo
American , ( ! } < ; Arnold , Gfc ; Arnold B
lO o ; Arnold A , 12c ; Arnold Gold Sea
lOXo , DHF.SS Charter Oak , 4 ! c : Hamapo
8 > { u ; Lodi , 7 c ; Allen , BJtfc ; Uichmoiu
5 } c ; Windsor , Go ; Eddystone , Oc ; Pacific
Cc.
COTTON FLANNELS 10 per cent trade dls
, v , ww , 41U , 11 , tUU , llV , ( UU , ifc , * VU
No. 10 8 } < c ; 40 , lOKe ; 00. 12K" ! SO , 15o ; SO
colored , lOc ; 50 , colored , 12c ; 70 , colored , 15c
Bristol , 13/o ; Union Pacific , Igo.
CAHFET w.ur ; Bebb white , 10 n o ; colored
MJfo.
BHOW > SIIKETINO- . Atlanta A , 4-4 , 7 > fc
Atlantic H , 4-4 , 7c : Atlantic D , 4-4 , O' c ; At
lantlo P , 4-4 , BJfo } Aurora LL. 4-4 , 5 > 4'c ; Au
rora C , 4-4 , 4 > < c ; Crown XXX. 4-4 ,
Hooticr LL..4.-4 , SJfc ; Indian Head , 4-4 ,
> awrenco Lit , 4-4 , fi'lc ; Old Dominion. 4-1 ,
BJfcS Popperell R , 4-4 , tlVi Peplierell O , 4-4 ,
to ; Pepporull , 8-4. I8c : 1'opperrll , 9-4 , ViOo ;
'eppcrell , 10-4 , ! Mo : Utloa C , 4-4 , 4'jc ; Wn-
hnsett , 4-4 , 7c ; Aurora R , 4-4 , O'-jc ; Aurora
{ , 4-4. Oc.
BATTS Standard , 8c ; Gcui , 10'i'c ; Beauty ,
\ " , Henfrow dross , . . _ , „ .
TICKS Lewiston , flO-in. , 12 < 4'e ; Lowlston ,
32-ln. , IM'tfe : York , 32-ln. , 14c ; Swift river ,
7 , ' < c ; Thorndlke , OO , 8l/c : Thorndlke , EF ,
8i < c ; Thorndike , 120 , 9'c ; Thorndlke , XXX
15c ; Cordis , No. ft , } { e ; Cordls , No. 4. lie.
lc ; Beaver Creek , CC , lOc
General Markets.
all articles < } iwtcd In this col-
tmn arc wholesale and are corrected dittt\/ \ / .
tatcn on flour and feed arc Jvblicrx iirtrcn
ind arc not retail. Prices on yniln arc
hose paid Omaha millers delivered. Quo-
atloiiH on hides and furs are MiocIrt'ii ( / by
lie leading purchasers of the cltu.
FLAXSF.ED Has advanced and Is quoted at
1.25 per bushel.
Gmtx Wheat , No. 2 , OOc ; rye , f > 5c ; corn ,
ellow , 40@43e ; corn , white , 42@45c ;
ats , 29@30e ; barley , GO GSe , according
o quality.
FLOUH AND FEED There are no radical
hanges in prices on Hour mid feed and the
irosi > ccts are that these lines will remain
iteady. Minnesota patents. $2.liO per
wt ; Kansas ami Missouri fancy winter
mtents , $2.GOf2.75 ( ? per cwt ; Nebraska pat-
iiits , $2.45jc2.50 ( per cwt ; rye flour ,
2.00 per ewt ; wheat graham , $1.75 per cwt ;
rye graham , $1.40 per cwt ; NewYotk buck-
vhcat , $0.50S7.00 ( per bbl ; Excelsior , $0.00
per bbl ; ready raised , $5.00 per 100-lb case ;
cornmeal , yellow , ( UNKgl.lO per cwt ; white ,
$1.10@1.15 per cwt ; bran , $10.00CS17.00 per
on ; screenings , $14.00 ( 15.00 per ton ; horn-
ny , $3.25 per bbl ; chopped feed , $20.00 per
on ; chopped corn , $1',00 ) per ton.
COAL Egg , $10,50 ; nut , $10.50 ; range ,
10.50 ; walnut block , $4.25 ; Iowa lump ,
$3.75 ; Iowa nut , § 3.011 ; Illinois , $45.00@4.75.
HIDES Green butchers' , 5tf5Jic ( ; preen
cured. 00'/c ; dry flint , lie ; dry salt , 8c ;
green calf skins , 7c ; damaged hides , two-
thirds price. Tallow 3/c. ! Grease Prime
vhite , 4Jie : yellow , 3c ; brown , 2c. Sheep
iclts , 25ci$1.00. (
Finn Ruccon,10@00c , ; mink. 1C ® lOc ; musk
rat fall , 2@7c ; striped skunk,5g25c ( ; mountain
volf , No. i , $1.50 .2.50 ; No. 2 , prairie , 50 ®
5o ; No. 2 , 25t40c ( ; ' ; beaver , No. 1 , per lb ,
$2.00@3.00 ; No. 2$1.00@1.25 ; otter , $1.00ig (
1.00 ; dry deer skins , 20 ( ii5c : per lb ; dry auto-
ope , elk , moose , etc. , 15@25c.
Diiuos Remain steady. Ammonia carb,14c ;
camphor refined 30ocoppcrasll4cci-eamtur- ; ;
ar , 45c ; cream tartar powdered. 20iJ5c ( ( ) ; In-
ligo Madras , 75o ; morphia sulph , $3.50 ; soda
) i. carb , ( J5a ; Venice turpentine , 4lc ) ; gum
opium , $4.05 ; quicksilver , 80o ; qninine , Ger-
nnn per ot , 55c ; wax , yellow , pure , 82c.
OILS Firm. Carbon , 12@25c ; linseedboiled ,
02c ; linseed , raw , 5'.io ; castor , No 1 ,
' 1.20 ; No. 2 , sl.12 ; sperm whale , $1.00 ; fish ,
junk 35c ; neatsfoot extra , 55c ; ncatsfoot No.
. , 50c ; gasoline , 74 degrees , 15c ; W. S. lard ,
Kic ; No. 1 lard , 50c ; No. 2 lard , 50c ; W. Va.
zero , 14c ; W. Va. summer , 12c : golden No. 1 ,
lOc ; golden No. 2 , 25c ; whale , 20c ; nnptlm 1
degree , 14c ; headlight 150 degrees , 12o ; head-
ight , 175 degrees , 15e.
PAINTS White lead , pure , OJ c ; whlto
cad , fancy. OJ c ; putty , in bladders , ! ! ; Paris
white , 3c ; Whiting , common , 2 > c ; red lead
7c
WINDOW OLASS Single , fi0.10ij0.5 per cent ;
double , 70 and 5 per cent discount.
Sl'iniTs Cologne spirits 18S proof , $1.10
do , 101 proof , $1.12 ; spirits , second
quality , 101 proof , $1.10 ; do , 18 ;
proof , $1.09 ; alcohol , 183 proof , per wlno
gallon , $2.10 ; redistilled whiskies $1.00M.50 ( [ ;
fin , blended , $1.50(32.00 ( ; Kentucky bourbons ,
? 2.000.00 ( ! ; Kentucky and Pennsylvania
ryes , $2.00 ( < t0.50 ; Golden Sheaf bourbon and
rye whiskies , $1,50(33.00 ( ; brandies , imported ,
$5.00S.50 ; domestic , $ l.303.00 ( ; gins , im
ported , $4.50iiGOO ( ; domestic , $1.25f ( 3.00 ;
champagnes , imported , per case , $2S.OO@
.33.00 ; American , per ease , $10.00@10.00.
HKAVV HAUDWAHE Prices are unchanged.
Iron , rate , $2.00 ; plow steel , special
cast , 4 } e ; crucible stcol , 0 > 4/c ; cast
tools , do , 12(5 ( > 15e ; wagon spokes , per set ,
$2.00@5.50 ; hubs , per set , $1.50 ; felloes ,
sawed dry , $1.50 ; tongues , each , 7uc ; axles.
each , 75o ; square nuts , per lb , G@13c ; cell
chain , per lb , 0 } < f@13c ; mclleablc , 8@10o ;
iron wedges , Go ; crowbars , Oc ; harrow teeth ,
4c ; spring steel , 4@5c ; Burden's horse shoes ,
$4.75 ; Burden's mule shoes , $5.75 ; barbed
wire , in car lots , $4.00 per 100 Ibs ; iron nails ,
rates , 10 to 50 , $2.40 ; steel nails , $2.50.
LEATHF.H Steady ; oak soles , 35g87c ( ; hem
lock slaughter solo , 20B29c ( ; hemlock dry sole ,
.21(3270 ( ; hemlock kip. 05@90e ; A. & B. run
ner kip , 50@75c ; A. hemlock calf , 90c@l.(8 ;
A. A. hemlock calf , "backs , " 75c : hemlock
upper , 19@24o ; English grain upper , 25c ; hem
lock grain upper , 2I@24c : Tamplco B. L.
Morocco , 29@33c'Tampico ; pebble , O. D. Mo. ,
29@32o ; Curacoa , B. G. Mo. , 80c ; Simon O.
D. Mo. , 2.75@3.X ( ) ; Dangola kid. 30fe35c : X.
M. Kangaroo , 40c ; American calf kid. 32c. ;
Griescn kids , $3.00@3.50 ; French call kids ,
$3.25 ; oak kip skins , 80c@$1.00 ; oak cull
skins , $1.00@1.25 ; French calf skins , $1.25 ®
2.00 ; French kip skins , $1.10@1.50 ; Hussltt
linings , $0.00@0.50 per doz ; pink , cream and
white linings , $7.50@10.00 per doz ; colored
toppings , $9.00@11.00 ; green ox pelts , 3@8Jc
kip skins , ( unfrozen ) , 4@0c ; cowhides , 31
Dry Lumber.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMIIEUS.
- ' , 14 &
IB ft. 18ft. 20ft. 28ft.
2x4 . 17 60200021 OL-J
2x8 .17 mis ; : oo2i ! 00.2:1 : 0023
ZxH .17 50.20 00'21 ' (1022 WI22
2x10 .17 W)200n21 ; OH 21 00 23
2xl2 .18 2.20 ' TO 21 00 24 00'24 '
4x4 CXS . .1H M.lll M-M MZl ( U 2:1 :
DOAIIDS.
No. 1 com , s 1 . $ DOAIIDS.No. . 3 com , s 1 s.$15.50
No. 2 coin , sis. 17.00 No. 4 com , sis. 13.50
FF.NCINO.
No. 1 , 4 & 0 in 12 & ' 14 ft. , rough $19.50
No. 1 , " " 10 " 19.50
No. 2 , " 12 14 " 10.50
No.2 , " " 10 " . . . . . . . . . 18.00
BIDIKO. -
A , 12,14 & Iflft.t21.ft0 I C , 12 , 14 & 10ft.$15.50
B , " " 20.501 D , " " 12.50
FI.OO1IINO.
A 0 in White Pine $25.50
HOin " " 33.50
Cflill " " 80.1H )
DOin " " 21.50
EOin " " ( ScV. Fencing ) 19.90
0 in. Drop Siding 50c per M extra.
CEILINd AND rAKTITION.
2dcomjf In White Pine Ceiling $34.00
it ti ii Ii OU ( Ut
' ' ' ' ' ' '
Clear , % in Norway " " . . . . . . .I m00
2dcom. ; ' 'in " " " 14.00
STOCKIIOAI1D3.
A 12 inch sl s $15.50
B12 ' 89.20
C12 " 30.00
D12 " 28.00
No. 1 com , 13 in s 1 B , 12 ft 20.50
' " " 14ft 19.00
" " " 10ft 18.50
" " " 10 , 18,20ft 21.50
No.2 , " " 19.00
" " " 12 & 14 ft 1H.50
" " " 17 ft 17.50
12 In Grooved roofing , $1 per M. more than 12
in Stock Boards same length.
10 In Grooved Rooting samu price as 12 in
Stock Boards.
snip LAP.
No. 1 Plain 8 and 10 in , $19.00
No.2 " " "
17,50
No. 1 , OG , Sin 19.50
risismsn.
1st and 2nd , clear , 1 , IJfin s2s $31.00
" " " 1 ,2 51.00
3d , clear , 1 in , s 2 s 44.50
" D < , IJ-a , 3 ill 4000
A , select , 1 in sin 40.IK
A , " Itf , IK , 2 In s 2 s 44.00
B , " lins'Js 80.W
B , " IK , 1H , 2 In s 2 s 87.00
MIUTIIUKN YELLOW 1'INE.
Com. 4 Inc h Flooring - . . . $17.51
Star " " 21.50
1st and 2d clear 4 inch Flooring 23.00
Six Inch 40o less.
Clear < T Inch Ceiling 21.50
Clear % inch Partition 25.00
Clear & inch , Partition $2 above Jtf
inch Ceiling 2.X <
Clear Finish , 1 and l > i Inch , s 2s 29.IX
Clear Finish , IK 'l'- ' inch , s 2 30.00
Clear Corrugated Ceiling , 4 Inch 25.M
Clear Yellow Pine Casing and Base , . . 27,00
VOI'l.All LUMIIEU.
CPoplarBx. Bds. Xln. , s2s 535.00
" " J < in. Panel , g 2s 27.IK
" " Corrugated Celling , K. . 2 < i.50
I1ATTENH , WELL TUIIINO , 1'ICKIITS.
O. 0. Balls , tyf in C5o ; Xrt , s 1 s , 40ej an
Well Tublnp , l\.ft M , ami Bev , , I2.1.W : Plclc
cts , D. A B. Flat , $20.50 : D. H. S i. , $21.50.
flllMII.KS HTM.
XX clour. $10 ; extra "A . $2 > 5 ; A * stand-
nrd No. 6 , No. 1 , $1.4 , * ; lath , r.53.
1'0 TX.
White cedur , 0 In , , > 4 s. 12'vc ; 9 In. qrs. ,
1'ic ' ; whlto cedar , : , < „ in > s Illvc : S in.
irs ltc ) : white rodnr , 4 in. round , (0 ( > to ; Ten-
lessee red oodur , ] ) lit , 14c ; split ouk , lOc : 0
n. , 7 in. and 6 in , ) ' ( each ) 5 > ft. , round W.C.
) osts
o
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Dealer in Aericoltural Implements. Wagons ,
OurtacM M4 Butt ! * * . JOIIM fllrt'et , ! l twt Q 9th nj
M&iOintDft , Xebtftikft.
LTNINOKRi"M ETCALF'CO"
AiricDltorallmplenieots ODS.Carriacos .
, Etc. Wbolcitlt , Ontht , Nbrttk * >
P AR LIN foR EN DOR in
Wb lui D l r
Ml , KB. 101 ( ml OTJ < m * fin virtb '
P. P. MAST * CO. ,
Kannfacturers of Buckeye Drilli Seeders.
te'UTva ' | b r . ; s !
'
WIN ON A IMP'LENlENTCb. .
WbalMtl *
Ajflicnlforal Implements , Waps JBnatffl
Corotr lltb and Nlcbolii HtratU.
OMAHA IIUANCII.
J. F. SEIBERLINO It CO. ,
( Akron , Ohio , )
Harvesting Machinery and Binder Twine ,
V. K. Mead , .Mantinvr. 1213 l.vuvcnworlh t. , Ouiiihft
Artl > t ' MatarlaUi.
A. HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1411 Donf ! BUoat , Otntba , N br k .
Boots and Shoes.
W. V. MORSE & CO. ,
Jobbers of Boots and Shoes.
IA1 Vanamdt. , Omaha. N b. Manufactory ,
Etr t , Boitoa.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & CO. ,
( Buccauora to Reed , Jontu A Co. )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Shoes
A < enU ( or Hoiton Bubbir Bko ( M. not , 1104 A1106
llarnayBt..O iahaM kr ka.
, ( pices , Cto.
CLARKE COFFEE CO. .
Omaba Coffoa and Bploe MIIIi.
Teas , Coffees Spices , Baking Powder ,
narortng KitraeU , I-mundrj Blue , InKtc. . 14U-1UI
lUnuT Btraat. Omaka , Mebratka.
W. L. WRIGHT.
Aient for the Manufacturers and Importer * of
Crockery , Glassware. Lamps , Chimneys ,
Etc. Office , 317 S. 13th St. . Omaha. Nebraska. '
_ Commission and Storoga.
D. A. HURLEY ,
. Commission and Jobbing ,
atUr.Bffi and rrmluce. ConilintuenU iollclted.
UtMau > rter < for Htonewara , U rrj Iloiei and
Orape Baiketa. Ul > Dodge St. . Omaha.
RIDDELL& RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
WIEDBMAN & CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry. IlultiT.Ganie , Frulti , Elr. KOSoulh Uth Si ,
Ouiaha , Nebriika.
CEO. SCHROEDER & CO. ,
( Suc'ceuori to McShane A Bcbroeder. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage
. . , _ . . ,
Omaba. Nebra .b. . '
Coal. Coke and Lime.
OMAHA COAL. COKE & LIME CO. .
Jobbers of Hard and Soft CoaL
M Bonth Uth Slr t , Omaba , Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White IM
am flt. . Oaaba. Meb. Telephone ill.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal ani Cote.
Ut toutb Ulh Bt. . Onaka , Meb.
Ooodji and llotlenii.
M. B. SMITH & CO. .
Drr GooHs , Fimiistiiiii Goods and Notions
lid aod UMDouglu , Cor. lllh Bl. , Omaha , N b.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS Co
Importers and Jobbers in Dry Goods.NorioQi
QeaU' mmliblnf Ooodi.Cnmer lltb and llarn
Omaba , Mebraika.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE.
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Farnam Btreet. Omaba. Nebraika.
Groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAQHCR * CO. .
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
TO , TOT , 1W aad Til B. 10th St. , Omaba , Ne .
McCORD. BRADY * CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
IMh and Leavenwortb Btreete , Omaba , Nebraika.
D. M. STEELE A CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
m. mi and ira Haner Street , Omaba , Web.
ALLEN BROS. .
Wholesale Grocen ,
1111 ami 1111 Ilareer Street , Omaba , Hek.
Hardware.
LEE. FRIED * CO. ,
Jooliers of Hardware and Nails ,
Tlnwan,6beet IronEtc. Atenta for Howe Bcalei.and
Miami 1'owder Co. , Omaba , Neb.
HIMBBAUGH * TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware & Scale Repair Shop
Itecbanlci' Tool ! and Buffalo Bcalei. U06 Uooilaa-it.
Oraaba , Nebraika.
RECTOR * WILHELMY CO. .
Wholesale Hardware ,
10th and Hlrner Bit. , OmahaNeb. : Writern Agent !
tot Auitlo 1'otder Co. , Jnffenon 8t el Nallt. rilr-
bankB Standard ttcalea.
Heavy Hardware.
W. J. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
priogi , Wagon Stock , Hardware Lumber , etc. 1)09
and Hll Uarney Btrett. OmaUa.
JAMES A. EDNEY.
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
Taion and Carrlaiia Wood Block , Uaarr Hardwank
Bto. Ull and Uu Learenwortb St Omaba , Neb.
nats , caps , tto.
W. L. PARROTTE A CO. , .
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods.
HOT Ilarnor Btre t , Ouaba , Neb.
Lumuer.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. .
All kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
Utb BUect and Union I'aclfla Track , Omaba.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doon , etc. T rdi-Com ir Tth and Uouglai ; Corner WV
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C.N. DlETil"
Dealer in all Kinds of Lnmber ,
lltb and California SU. , Omaha , Nub.
FRED W. QRAY.
Lnmtcr lime CoiBGui Etc Etc
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, Cora.i Ctli ted Dauglti SU. , Omiiluu
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers only ,
CfcCC , ItW fwau glf V. OnUIW
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JOHN A. WAKEFIEUV"
Wholesale LnmliBr , Etc , *
4 and Aracrtdtn Fortltnd Ca C.
* * Utdmlfe CerotBl lC
Lumbor.
CHAS.R. LEE ,
Dealer In Hardwooi Umber , . , .
TocaC4rpeU na parquet Fooflni. tth tnd
" 7 Millinery and Notions
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"Y. "b BERFELDER" * co. ,
Importers & Jobbers of Millinery & fttgp |
m. IIP ( ! IHIWiulh 11U Slr t. ,
Notion * .
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO-f '
Wholesale Notions and Fnrnishini Gooft
< oa ind 406 gonth 10th Btmt , Oi h .
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VINYARD ft SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' FarnisliiiiE Gools ,
1106 Htniir Btrtfl , Om h .
Oil * . ,
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CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricate Oils ,
All * QrtM , eta. , Ontk * . A. 11. Dlthop , M IM * .
Papor.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
ITT nice Hock of nrlntinc , wrtpplof m vrltlni
ptp r , gptclnl tt ntlo ilt n to car load t < * ri.
Materials.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION.
Auxiliary Publishers ,
Ruboor Cooao.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. .
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
Oil Clotblni and Leather BeUlng. H H Kurnnm Htreet ,
A. L. STRANO CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
team , watrr , rallwar and mlutni itiinpllet , etc.
m and VU rarnain Htruct , Omaha.
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
Eteara and Water Buppllei. Hra.lqunrtfri for Maak
Kooit & Co'i KOUOI. 1111 i'arnitm St. , Uinahn. "
U.S. WIND ENGINE *
Steam and Water Supplies ,
lUllldej Wind Mills , WB anil WO Karnam t. , Omaha ,
U. K. lion , Acting Manager.
BROWNELL & CO. ,
Engines ; , Boilers and General Machinery ,
ibul Iruu Work , Htcam Pump * . S w Mllla. UIO-1211
Leayrnworth PI rout , Omaha.
Seeda.
PHIL. STIMMEL& . CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seed ?
11 and SI ! Jouot St. , Omaha \ <
Storage , Forwardjna [
ARMSTRONG.
Storage , Forwarding and Commission , .
Jtanch house of tbo HmmeT UUBIT Co. Hu l iai
wliol > ale and retnll. law.UlO nu"S:2 Uard dtreetT !
Omaha. T lupbone No. luO. 4t
Cornco.
EAGLE CORNcE WORKS ,
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
latin Kpunutei . Hronrlf tor. 910 Iloilge ai ud 103 and Id
North luth Street. Omaha. :
Smoke Staoka , Bollera , Etc
H. K. SAWYER ,
Manufacturing Dealer in Smoke Stacks.
Ilrltcblngi , Tnnki and CJeneral Boiler llepalrtng.t 1311
Dodge tttreet , Omaba , Neb. 7
Iron Worka.
PAXTON * VIERLINQ ,
Wrongnt and Cast Iron Building Work
Cnglnci , Bran work , icniral foundrymachine an *
blackimUh work. OBo * and worki , D. 1' . llf. ac4 >
S 11U Btrtet , Omaba. 4
OMAHA WIRE * IRON WORKS.
Manufacturers of fire and Iron Railing *
I > c k ralli , window gnardi , flower itandi , win
lc. , in North 16th St. , Oraaba.
an'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes' ]
uHi , jail work. Iron and wire fencing , tlgnf , et . ( U
Andreen. frop'r. Cor , lltb and Jack.ua Bta. f
MOLINE.MILBURN&STOODARD Co
Mtiiiufauturen aiKlJobtcru In
Wagons Buggies , . Rakes , Plows Etc.
Cor. Dili kuu 1'utiinc bl. . . o'uaba. Neb
MEACHER & LEACH ,
General AgenU for Dlebold Safe It Lock Co.'l 1
Fire and Burglar Proof SafesTime Lucia
Vault * and Jail Work. Uli Kaniam fltreet. Omafca.
H. M. & S.W.JONES.
Buccuasirnto A. T. Kenyan ft Co ,
Wbolciala and retail
Booksellers and Stationers ,
Kino Wedillntt ritallonorj , Ctinnuficlal UUUaaerr.
UZi Douglaa bt. Omaba , Neb.
Overaila.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURINa
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
JMBI PanU , BhlrU , Ktc. 1101 and 1104 CoaglM Bint *
Onaha , Ntb.
Saah , Doora , Eto.
M. A. DISBROW it CO. .
Wboleiale Manufacture of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Brancb Offlce , 1Mb and Itard SUeeta , Omaba , Neby
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. .
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Moulding ! , Stalr Work and Interior Hard Wood K1a >
lab. N. K. Corner Mb and Ixiavenwortb BUe U ,
Omaba , Neb.
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Manufacturers of Mouldings , Sash , Doors ,
And llllndi. Turning , Stair-work. Bank and Office )
Kitting , . JOtn and Toppleton Atenue.
Brewera.
STORZ & ILER ,
Lager Beer Brewers , I
IU1 North Klghtoentb Street , Omaba , Neb. 1
aiLPALHEH. H. P. KICBMAN. J , n. DI.ANCUAUDi
PALMER , RICHMAN & CO. .
Live Stock Commission Merchants , 1
Offloe Ilonra 24 , OppotlU ) Rzchange Ilutldluc , Union
block Yardi , South Omaha , Neb.
McCOY BROS. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Market f urnlihe.1 free on application. Htoeknri and
feeders furnUhod on good tormi. llef ri > nre ; Oiaa *
ha National Hank and HoutU Omaba National , UnluU
Stock Yardi. rtouth Omaha.
LORIMER , WESTERFIELD & MA LEV
Live Stock Commission ,
noon la , Kicbanna Ilulldlng , Union Block TardJ.
Houlh Omaha , Neb.
ALEXANDER * FITCH ,
Commission Dealers in Live Stock ,
Boom 12 , bpinxlti * Kichantie Ilulldlnir. Union BtoeJI
'arUi , South Oniaun , Neb.
UNION"sfobrT YARDS co. . *
Of Omaha , Limited ,
John F , Bofd , Buperlntendenl.
JU-JICiOUS AND PERSISTENT
AUrurtUInK IIIIH ulwuys ] > > even
succccaful , Jlcfoio placliiif nnjr
.S'owspnpnr AUvfrtlsIiiif conau > 6
LORD & THOMAS ; ;
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M K * > U 'o li. ! , blr l , CHICAGO.