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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : lONDAY , JUNE 4 , 1888. . 1
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dlteaie. U meets the pbj tcl n on Ml dallr
r6undi , paral/ilng hln art and filling him
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Orctki pictures the Furlc * a pursuing
famine * from generation to generation ,
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no lets awful form of hereditary dlftcaiio.
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FOR OUR COUNTRY COUSINS ,
A Column of Notoa and Commonto
for the Farmer.
HmvtoDcnl With Clilnoli Hues The
Dairies of the AVorlil Urnpcd
With Climbers Ulootlcd
S Pnrin Notes.
How to Dcnl with Ghlncli
CoLUJtiiUS , Nob. , May 20. T otlio
Editor of THE DUE : Although the
chinch bug hns never done ns much
dnmngo In Nebraska ns in other states
inoro subject to drouth , it did secure
sufficient foothold in mnny localities
lust year to plVo obsorvnnt farmers
serious apprehensions ns to the safety
ol their crops the coming season. But
thanks to the long continued , cold rnins
of the early part of the month , n vast
number of thcso pests wcro destroyed ,
yet in the more protected places enough
escaped to do great damage unless killed
by some other means. If farmers will
go about it vigorously , I believe wo can
finish up the remnants loft by the cold
rains , by carefully burning every patch
of old grass , stubble , loose hay or straw ,
and nil rubbish under which they take
shelter found on the farm or roadside.
Farmers should co-oporiito in this vur.v
important work , nnd see that neighbor'
hoods are thoroughly rid of nil their
breeding plnces. The continued cool
weather is greatly in our
favor , but these insects are very
tenacious of lifo and propagate
with wonderful rapidity , under
circumstances at all favorable. Hence
this work should be thoroughly done ,
and its importance cannot bo over-esti
mated. In some localities in other
states when there have boon two con
secutive dry seasons , the damage win
fearful last year , and the injects ap
peared in such numbers this spring as
to almost discourage the farmers from
Gutting their crop in at all. The torri-
lo ravages of thcso pests when tho.\
once get a foothold , arc little known in
our btiito , and like many other evils , ,
they will DO moro easily kept out than
put out after once in. Fire has been
proven an cUicicnt means in extermi
nating them. Lot us follow UD our ncl-
vantage by using it vigorously , nnd rid
our farmers of our worst enemies.
J. H. R.
The Number of Dairies In tlio World.
The number of cows in milk or in calf
is 1,010,000 for England and Wales , 35)5- )
000 for Scotland , nnd 1,400,000 for Ire
land , whereas Denmark has nearly a
million , Norway three-quarters of n mil
lion , Sweden ono and n half millions ,
Holland one million , Franco seven nnd
n quarter millions. In other words ,
while Great Britain has only ono cow to
twelve cultivated acres , Norway has ono
to four , Sweden about ono to eight ,
Denmark ono to six and three-quarter
acres , Germany one to ten , al though bho
has nearly twice as many cutivated acres
as Great Britain. The factory system is
preferred , chiefly as u means of encour
aging the farmer to produce milk
which he certainly will not do under
present circumstances , if ho has to
stand the risks of the trade in largo
cities , or to devote most of his time and
that of his family to the manufacture of
butter and cheese. With a factory at
hand , good prices , little trouble , and a
regular monthly check , the whole thing
lookb diilcrcnt. "
The Various Vegetations.
President Smith , of the Wisconsin
Horticultural bocioty , has found noth
ing better for first planting of peas than
the extra early Dan O'Rourko ; and live
or six bcedsmon's borts. bearing each n
dillerent name , proved to bo identical
with it , in growthappcaranco and qual
ity. He says , further , in "Tho Farin-
erb' Review : "
Of the sweet or wrinkled varieties the
American Wonder is u great acquisition , and
is probablv about the best the farmer can
raise for his main crop. In quality they nro
nearly equal to Champion of England. They
are about second curly. None of the wrinkled
varieties should be sown until the ground
has become somewhat warm , or until it is
nearly fit to plant corn.
Jaboz ofAn would not agree with
this estimate of the Wonder ; ho once
told our readers that after trying it for
years ho found it quite unsatisfactory as
u cropper inferior to Alpha. Presi
dent Smith adds the following estimate
of various other vegetables , and a hint
for labor-saving in the garden :
For first early beets I llnd nothing better
than Egyptian , and Giobo turnip for second
early and main crop. For carrots try Scarlet
Horn for llrst early mid the Stump-rooted
for main crop. The Long Scarlet short-top
radish is about the best of any I can litul ,
although it is an old variety. To have rad
ishes at their best , n small bed should bo
bowa about every ton days , as lout ; us the
family care for them. A few onion sots of
some of the white varieties are best for early ,
nnd nothing is better than the Yellow Globe
DunvcrH for main crop. The old Hollow-
horn or Dutch parsnip is not yet out of date.
Jersey Wakofield is best for early cabbage.
The seeds for early cabbage , lettuce , toma
toes , peppers and cgcpluntfahould bo started
in hotbed , and from there sot Into the open
ground. Still they can generally bo bought
at u reasonable price , and the cost will bo
but httlo compared with the comfort and ad
vantage of having them. The garden should
bo long , rather than round or square , and
tlio seeds so planted that ns much of the
labor as possible can bo performed with a
horse and cultivator.
Ilrapctl With Climber.
"Sister Gracious" tolls "Tho Ameri
can Garden" about n pofasiolo pretty ef
fect with a homely basis of material
as. for instance , a stump draped with
climber ; or of branches of dead poach
trees robed in summer beauty. Having
n specimen of the latter dolefully bare
in the back yard , Bhoolfectod its trans
formation by n simple expedient :
I had seen the name in a seed catalogo ,
Catliospcrmum hallcacabum , and thinking it
must bo u grand climber from its imposing
title , invested live cents in seeds , and was
soon digging around the dead tree , where I
found the soil rich and soft. Cadiospormuin.
etc. , was soon above ground , and by the aid
of btrlngs climbed into the branches ,
By July the poor dead tree looked
as If covered by a beautiful green veil ,
Flowers came , but were so small and inslg-
nilicaut that they wcro hardly worth looking
for. Hut , presto I they soon changed into
lovely aerial green balls , verily fairy bal
loons , which hung all over the tree , and when
a wandering sweet i > ca vine climbed up and
mingled Its lovely blossoms with the grace
ful green balls the effect was lonely , A little
girl said "It was a Christmas tree in the sum
mer time. " The children never tired of
picking the "balloons. " They made nice
rattle-boxes , and the seeds were pretty and
curious. The vine lasted until late in the
fall , and then wo gathered many of the
green balls , tied the stems together , and
fastened them to n picture frame. The color
faded some , but all winter they wore pretty ,
and I hopu the "balloon vino" will Hud its
place In the gardens of all the readers of Una
" - - ' - ' -
No one should attempt to raise field
beans on land that contains the bced of
weeds or to which fresh manure has
been applied , says an eastern paper. A
crop is raised with the least exertion on
nn inverted sod of clover or cultivated
grass. When such land is used for
raising beans the plowing should be
done about the 15th of June , and a dcci |
furrow should bo turned. The harrow
should bo immediately used , nnd the
beans planted before the middle of tin
month. The rows should bo from two
to three feet apart according to the
width of the harrow or cultivator that
is lo bo used in working the soil bp-
w con them. The amount of seed re
quired to plant nn aero will dcponil on
the beans nnd the distance between the
rows , It will vary from half a hushol to
n bushel. What prnirio farmers call
first-class corn land , rich and black
soil , is not ns good for bcnnsns a poorer
and lighter soil. The thin soil of Now
England , New York. Pennsylvania and
Canada produce good crops of bcnns ,
though they nro not rich enough to
raise largo crops of corn or potatoes.
There is considerable land in all the
western states that is bettor adapted lo
raising beans than any other crop.
Blooded ERRS. "
If you have two or three bushels of
"blooded eggs" on hand awaiting some
cantankerous old hen that won't sotyou
should handle thorn every day to keep
the yolk from settling to lower side of
shell. Keep them where it is cool , and
the nir is pure. Stand them on bigond.
Mark every egg bcforo you go from ono
yard to another. Mark with lead pen
cil on little ond. What "Httlo1' end ?
Because when hatching day comes you
can find the mark on that end , and ten
to ono if the larger end is not broken or
BO destroyed as to cause it to bo impossi
ble for you to read your marks.
In nearly every litter of pigs there
will bo ono or two runts , says the West
ern Farmer. Now the question is asked ,
what shall bo done with thomV The
mibwor is. use good judgement , be hu
mane and Kill them. It is profitable to
do to because the majority of them die
before they arc six mouths old , so that
all the feed consumed by them is lost
nnd their nbbonco leaves your herd uni
form and it will bring you more money
when you como to sell them. Then you
will not bo told by the hog buyer :
"Take the rints out nnd I'll buy your
hogs. " Neither will you have to bay :
"Oil , take them along and I'll throw in
the runts. "
Oct Acquainted With the Cows.
Thomas D. Baird in a recent ibsuo of
the Now York Tribune says :
A neighbor who kept two cows sold
me one of themmaking his own choice ,
and two months later came and ottered
a bonus of $10 to got her back , having
learned meanwhile that ho parted with
the cow which made most of the butter.
This is a sample case illustrating the
ignorance of most farmers as to relative
merit of their milk-givers. Again , wo
should know our cows that wo may bo
able to feed economically , instead of
giving one moro than she can profitably
cat and another less. To feed the same
ration irrespective of individual requirement
quiroment is wasteful. After learning
what ration is needed by each and what
it costs , then wo should know whatoach
brings in how much milksho avorilgos
and how much cream or butter can bo
secured from it. TlniH wo are able to
keep only profitable cows. If you hap
pen to have a "scrub" do not say she is
a good-for-nothing thing , anyhow , but
give her a thoroughbred chance. Pro
vide warm , dry quarters to keep her in
and btoro UD for her plenty of good hay
and roots , and likely enough she will
bring a surprising return , and have no
occabion to look with envy at her better-
Far in Notes.
Hayseed swept from the bnrn floor is a
good thing to throw into chicken yards. The
bird < scratch it in and when it grows up it is
good for the stock.
If you want to improve your flock , a cheap
way to do it is to buy eggs and raise some
Anybody can introduce now varieties of
fruit by planting the seed , though the
chances are that but ono variety in a
thousand will bo worthy of retention.
It has been asserted that a given amount of
food and attention will produce as many
pounds of chicken flesh as it will of hog flesh.
If so , why cannot farmers make poultry-
raising profitable and eat nutritious chicken
meat instead of so much bacon ! A pound of
fowl llesti will produce more physical
strength or muscular power than a pound ot
fat bacon , but there are many people who do
not believe it.
Beauty and ornament add to the value of a
farm. A few trees around the house , may
sometimes bo of moro Value than the ground.
A prominent packing firm is authority for
the statement that hogs fed for lean are
worth 0 cents , as against (1 ( cents for fat. In
Germany the demand is largely in favor of
the lean hog.
Ono benefit which the farmer who sur
rounds his premises with artificial groves
will realize and which should by no means bo
lost bight of , is that such groves invite the
insect destroying birds , which are the farm
ers' best friends in protecting fruits or other
crops from the ravages of destructive insects.
Ono man in Texas claims to have 25,000
full-blood or grade Angora goats. Ho states
that they arc moro profitable than sheep , be
ing moro hardy and requiring less harvested
food. Till lately he has derived nothing
from them except from the sale of their
fleeces , but ho is now selling the kids for
Protect the birds. Put up suitable boxes
for the wrens. Prevent the shooting of fire
arms in the orchards and Keep as few cats as
possible. It is a fact that the cats destroy
moro birds than all other causes put to
Clean up all piles of rubbish nud any place
that makes a harbor for rats. Hats and
chickens can't bo bred together.
Ceroseno oil will kill all kinds of insects
when used on trees , but the oil will injure
the trees , A small quantity used in an emul
sion may bo sprayed on opplo trees , but it
will kill the peach trees , even when used on
them in small quantities.
The ordinary httlo hand-weeder is the best
implement to use for eradicating weeds
among thickly giown plants , especially
where the hoc may bo detrimental. On
heavy , hard soil its use is not profitable , but
on light soils it permits of effective work ,
and at a low cost.
The mechanical condition of the soil has
much to do with the growth of crops Lumps ,
clods and crusts nro drawbacks , Tha harrow
and cultivator should be used whcicvcr
The Connecticut Farmer mentions a man
who transports buttermilk from the cream
ery for his pigs , in "a largo box lined with
tin , holding four barrels , and placed on
It is reported that two sorghum sugar fac
tories will bo built in Kansas this season.
Ono of them will bo located at Topek.t , and
will require the cuno grown on three thou
sand acres of ground to supply it.
Where n pasture Is overrun with weeds
turn in the sheep , and they will Keep down
the joung weeds.
An Assurance ofilcnlth.
Among the assurances of health uf-
jordcd us by the regular discharge of
the bodily functions , none is moro im
portant and reliable than that which
regularity of the bowels gives us. If
there is any oven a temporary inter
ruption of this the liver and the stomach
ach buffer conjointly with inaetivo or
gans , nnd still greater mischief ensues
if relief is not speedily obtained , A
laxative above all cavil on the score of
mineral composition or violent elTcct ,
is Hosteller's Stomach Bitters , ap
proved by the medical profession and a
most important item of the family mn-
toria medica of American households.
It is botanic , painless in action , and if
perbistcd in effectual. The stomach
nnd liver , in no less degree and no less
promptly and thoroughly than the bow
els , uro regulated and toned by it , and
it is an admirable dofeiibo against ma
larial nnd rhoumatio ajlments , nnd a
benign remedy for kidney complaints ,
nervousness and debility ,
' Dr. Hamilton Warren , Magnetic Phy
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block , cor ICtli and Capital avo. Chronic
nnd nervous diseases u specialty. Tcle-
\VIIY do I have tlite drowsy , lifeless
feeling ? WHY do I liavo IJ.ickncho ?
WHY Neuralgia niitl Rheumatism ?
WII Y does Scrofulous Intnt nnd Eryslp-
clns show Hsclf.
BECAUSE your bloOd is filled with
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You must go to the root of the matter.
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vomen in nil parts of the
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II. \VIL.KUK & SO\S ,
Do not bitmil / more "I'oor Rubber
Jfosc , " but put i/our inoncij In
"Spiral" Cotton Hose ,
LlyJitcr , cheaper and belter than the
bcit rubber hose.
Mndo on the same principle at * the rnbbcr
incd lio.-o used In 1'iro Department ! * , \\hlcli las'
'llio cotton iluck tibecl In all rubber hose diawa
\\atrr.wlierevrr exposed , ns n wlclc absorbs
oil. nnd being cimllned by rubber generates n
HnlplmroiiH was. iiulckly Oet-troyliiu the best rub
ber hoso. The "hplral" hose , having no outside
'nverliiK to Imprison tllo moisture. WILL imv
LIKK t TOW F.I , .
'I here are Imitations ko buy only that which
luiaonoml llnermmliiiMhnuiKli it. mid whir )
Is branded "Spiral. " patented March ; itli , 1B < ( I
If your dealer does notliavult In block , let him
Sample mailed to any addrees forG cents
BOSTON WOVEN HOSE CO. ,
Sole Manufacturers ,
231 Devonshire Street , Boston , Mass.
222 Lake Street , Chicago.
Tansill's ' Punch Cigars
wcro Bhlppml during tbe past
two yourn , without a clriiin
uior iii curcmiiloy. Noothci
house In tht > world can trutli-
fully inukoBUCli a ibowltig.
Ono nKOUt ( dealer only ]
wanted lu ench town.
SOLD BT ItADINO DRUCCIST8.
R.W.TANSILL&C0..55 Slate St.Chicaao ,
, 6clentmerower/ul , Durably
. id EQeellve. Avoid Jr.ud * ,
OTtralOOcur d , UtodbUm
KLBOTIUO 1IE1.T8 roll .
D . rVORKL UMM161. AV . . CH11UO ,
THE CHICAGO ANO
- " And Chicago ,
The cnlr roM tn take for DPS Mnlne9 , Marshaltown-
Ccdur llspldv Clinton , Dlxon , CMcapo. Milwaukee
nO nil point * Kasl. To the people of > ( > braiia. Colorado
radoVvotnlnit , Utah , lilnho , NevadaOregon , Wash
ington nnrt California , It oners tupcrlor advantages
not poMlblo bv anv other line.
Amonr H few of the numerotii point * of superiority
enloved _ . 'n.- , _ bv _ _ the _ patrons . . of _ . this road between . Omaha
- - .u > * * * KH * * * f\9 II A V
l.OU DltAWlNU 11UOM CAUS , misurpnsied br any ,
andI 111 widely celebrated PALATIAL ( UMNO CAnH ,
Ilie canal of which cannot lie fonnil elsewhere , At
Council muffs , the trains of the Union 1'aeltte Hall
way connect In union depot with those of tbo Chicago
cage \ Northwestern tty. In ChlcMRo tto trains of
Ibis line make clo o connection with tbose of all
other Uastern lines. . . . . . . .
tor Detroit , Columbus , Indlanspolls , Clnclnnst.
Niagara Kails , lluiralo , PlttsburB. Toronto , Montreal ,
llonton , New York , Philadelphia , llalllmoro , W.i'h-
Ington , and all points In tbo Kait. Ark tor tickets Yin
If yon "l h the lift accommodation. Alt ticket
neenti fell tickets tla this lino.
if. UUdlllTT. K. I' . WIIJ50N. .
Uen'l Manager. ( Ion 11'asi'r Agent.
OI1ICAOO , ILLS.
W.N. 11AI1COCK , non'l. Western Agent.
1) . E. KlMllA1.li. Ticket Appnl.
U. \Visr , City rancnger Agent.
HOI rnrnnm St. , Omalm , Neb.
( SACCUAINTtO WITH THE CCOORAPHYOF 1HC COUNTRY will
OBTAIN Ml'CH INFORMATION rROM f .STUDY OF THIS HUP OF THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISU.HD& PACIFIC R1 ?
Ita main lines and branchoo Include CTJJOAOO ,
PEOBIA , MQLIKE , HOHE ( ISI AND. DAVEN
PORT. DE3 KOINES. COUNCIL BIATFFS. MTJB-
OATINE , KANSAS CUT. ST. JOSEPH. LEAV-
ENWOimi , AXCJUQON , CEDAR RAPID D ,
WATERLOO , MINNEArOIJS. end BT. PATJI
and scorcB of Intermediate cities. Choice ol
routes to nnd from the Pacific Coaet. All trans
fers In Union depot * . Fast trains of Pine Cay
Coaches , cletrant Dining Can. mncnlflcont Pull
man Polaco Bloopers , nnd ( between Chicago , St.
Joaopb , Atcblson and Kansas City ) Reclining
Chair Cars , Benta Free , to holders of through
Chicago , Kansas & Nebraska R'y
"Great Rock Island Route. "
Extends West and Southwest from Enneaa City
anil Bt. Joseph to NEI SON. UOItTON. . BELLE
VILLE. TOPEKA. HEHDraTON.WICHITA ,
HUTCHINSON. CALDWELL. and all points In
KAK8A3 AND SOUTHERN NEBRASKA
and beyond. Entire passenger equipment of tha
celebrated Pullman manufacture. All safety ap
pliances and modern improvements.
The Famous Albert Lon Route
Is the favorite between Chicago , Rock Island ,
AtchlEcn , Kansas City and Minneapolis and St.
Paul. Its 'Watcrtown branch traverses the great
"WHEAT AND DAIRY BELT"
of Northern Iowa , Bouthwoatern Minnesota , and
East Central Dakota , to 'Watcrtown , Spirit Lake ,
Bloux Falls and many otbei towns and cities.
The Short Line via denoca and Kankakoo offers
apoiior facilities to travel to and from Indian
apolis , Cincinnati and other Southern points.
foe Tickets , Maps , Fcldore. ordoairod informa
tion , apply at any Coupon Ticket Offlco or addrees
E. ST. JOHN , U.A.HOLBROOK ,
Ocn'l Manager. Oen'l Tht. & 1'aos. Agt.
CHICAGO. IIO *
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y. '
The Best Route from Omaha nnd Council
- = THE EAST = = = -
TWO TUAINS DAK.V rtKnVEKN OMAHA AND
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. i'uul , Minneapolis ) , Cedar Rapids
Rock Island , Freeport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Dafcuport ,
Elgin , Madison , Jaiicsville ,
Uelolt , IVInouu , La Crosse ,
And all other Important points East , Northeast and
For through tickets cull oiitho ticket apent at 1M1
Karnam street , In Darker Block , or at Union 1'aclOo
l-'uilrDim ' Sleepers and the lined DlnlrmCarslnthe
worl.l are run on tbe m | p line of the Chicago. Mil
wuukco A. t Paul Hallway , and every attention Ip
paid to inntenrero by courteous euiiiloyes cf Uie
H. Mll.t KH , ( lenerul Manager.
J. K TUCKEU , Ainlstunt General Manager.
A. V. U CAllPMNTKU , General 1'assenier and
OKO. l tlBAFFOIU ) , Assistant General
and'lleket Acent. . . . .
DH. E. C , WEST'S NEFIVB AND TlruiK THEAT-
HKNT , a guaranteed specific for Ilytiterla , Dizzi
ness , Convulsions , Fits , Nervous Neuralgia ,
Headache , Nervous Prostration , caused by the
use of alcohol or tobacco , Wakefulnesj. Mental
Depression. BoftenlnR of the Ilraln. roiultlnK In
Insanity , and leading to mloerr , decay and
death , I'renmtiiroOUl Age , Harrenness , Loss of
Power In either sex. Involuntary Leases and
Hperroatorhcca caused by over-exertion of the
brain , self-abuse or ovf r-lndulnencn. Kach box
contains ono month'R treatment , f 1.01 a box , or
blx bates for ts 00 , nont by mall prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
AVIS GUARANTEE BIX BOXES
To cure any casa. With each order received by
us for fix boxes , accompanied with 15.00TO
will feml the purchaser our written guarantee
to refund the money If the treatment does not
effect u cure , ( luarantees Issued only by ( J , F.
GOODMAN. DniBKlst , Solo Aycnt , 111U Farnam
Street. Cumin. Nib
f , H. J'Al.MIK. N ! IIICIIHAN. J. 11 , III.A SCIIA UD.
PALMER , niCHMAN & CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Mcrcbants.
Office UonmKI , Opposite Kxchaneo llulldltitf , union
block Yards , boiitli Oumlia.fli-tj. _
Mc coYlTnos. ,
live Slock Commission Merchants ,
Market f urnltlied f rco on application Htiirkcrs and
feeder * furnished nn good terms lle'vrence * Otua-
tmliatlonul Hank mid Ninth OuiuLu Nuliunui , Union
block Vt-rds , buulli Omalia
Live Stock Commission ,
Itoom 15 , Kxcbaniio Ilulldint ; , llnlou Etoek Yards
boutU Omaha , Nub.
ALEXANDER & FITCH.
Commision Dealers in Liye Sock ,
ru > oai22 , Opposlto Krchango Hulldlnn , Unlou Stoci
Yards , boutn OuialiuKvb.
UNlON TOCrYARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha , Limited ,
loho K llord.Biiwrlnli'-
jSmoko Stacks , Bollors , Etc.
"H. < T SAWYER ,
Mannfactnring Dealer in Smoke Stacks
BrUcMui'i , T uks and Ucncral Holler Iteuuirlu . UU
D&J < fctre 8OoialiaNel ( ,
DealerinAgricnlturallmplements , Wagons ,
Carrlaf ei and liucjlei. J ic Street , betweentthand
IQtn , Omaha , Mebraika.
LININQBR & METCALF CO. ,
Hucgles.Blc Wholesale. Omaha , Netra ka.
PARLIN , ORENDORF St MARTIN ,
Wholesale Dealers In ,
Agricultural Implements , Wagons & Buggies
Ml , HO. m and fO7 Jonti Street , Omaha.
P. P. MAST & CO. ,
Manufacturers of Buckeye Drills , Sectors ,
CultlTatore , liar nakes. Cider Mill * and I'Uban 1'ul-
verliers. Cor , nth and Nicholas Streets.
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. ,
Agricultural Inmlements , Wagons &Buggies
Corner Uth and Nicholas BIreeU.
J. P. SEIBERLING k CO. ,
Akron , Ulilo.
Harvesting Machinery and Binder Twine ,
W. K. Mtad , Manager. HI3 LcaTcnworth St. . Omaha.
MOLIN E M I LBURN&STODDARDCO
Manufaeturcm and Jobbers In
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
Cor. ftli and 1'aclna streets , Omahn , Net' ' .
Boots and Shoos ,
' ' '
w' v. MO'R'SE .v co. .
Jobbers of Boots and Shoes ,
1101,11(0-1105 ( Douglas St , Omaha Manulnctorr , Sum
mer it. , IKiton.
KIRKENDALL. JONES & CO. ,
( Succc orii to Heed , Jones Lo. )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Shoes
Artists' Materials !
A HOSPE , Jr. .
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 Douulas Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
Booksellers and Stationers.
H. M , & S. XV. JONES.
Successors to A. T. Kvnyim & Co. , Wholesale & Retail
Bookseller * and Stationers ,
fine Wedding Stationery , Commercial Stationery
\Ki DouKlai Street. Omaha. Neb.
Coffees , Sploos ,
cARKEcOFFEE CO. ,
Uraaha Coffee and ptca Mills.
Teas , Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
Flavoring Kitracts. Laundry llluo. Inks , Etc. UU-
1416 Hartley Street. Omaha. Nebraska. _
w. L""WRIGHT ,
Agent for the Manufacturers and Importers of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Ctnniueys ,
Etc. OIH ce , 317 8.13th St. , Omaha , Nebraska ,
PERKINS , CATCH & LAUMAN.
Imnorters and Jobbers of
Crcciery , Glassware , Lamps , Silverware
Ktc. 1511 Fnrnnm St. , New Tnxton lIulldlnR.
FREDERICK" . FAIRBRA'SS.
Flour , Feed , Grain and General Commision
Merchant. Correspondence solicited. 1014 North ICth
Street , Omaha , rcb.
CEO. SCHROEDER & CO. ,
Successors to McEhano & Scurocdcr. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
RIDDELL & RIDDEL.L.
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties nutter , Fugs , Chce > , Poultry , Game ,
Uytcr , Etc. , Ktc. 112 bouth Uth Street
Coal , Coke and Ulrno-
OMAHA'COAL , "coKE"a
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
20D South 13th Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. .
Manufacturers of Illinois Wflite Lime ,
And shippers of Coal , Coke , Cement , Platter , J.lme
Drain Tile , and hewer I'lpe. Ofllce , 1'axton Hotel ,
Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb. Telephone 811.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal an Coke ,
211 South 13th St. Omaha , Neb.
Dry Goods and Notions
M. E SIVMTH & CO. .
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
1102 and 1104 Dounlas , Cor. llth St. , Omaha , Neb.
KIUPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS Co
Importers and Jobbers in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Cents' TurnltblnK Goods Corner 1Kb and lls-itici
btn , Omana , Nebraska.
Wholesale Dealers in Fnrnilnre ,
Kuruaiu Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Ornulm , Nebraika.
THE SIMMONDS MANUFACTURING CO.
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
Mantles. Sideboards. Rook Cases , Drug FixturesWall
Cased , Partitions. lUlllneiCounters , Hecrand Wlnn
Coolers , Mlrrom.etc. tactory ami office , liJU und 17J2
bouth IJiu St. , Omaha. Telephone 1121.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER &
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
TM , TOT , 703 and 711B. 10th St. , Omaha , Neb.
.McCORD. BRADY & CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
> In and I-efivciiwortli Streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
LEE" FRIED * CO , .
Jokers of Hardware and Nails ,
Tinware , Sheet Iron , Ktc. Agents for HowoBcalea
and Miami 1'owder Co. , Omaha , Neb. _
HIMEBAUGH & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' Tools and Buffalo Bcales. 1 06 Douglui
_ Street , Omaha , Nebrama. _
RECTOR , WILHELMY & CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
10th and Hariier sis. Omaha , Neb Western Accnli
lor Austin Powder Co. , Jeflerson Btcel Nails.
Fairbanks tilanilard Bcales.
MARKS BROS. SADDLERY CO.
Wholesale Manufacturers of
Saddlery & Jihhers of Saddlery Hardware
And Leather. 110) ) , lia'i an I UU7 llurncy tit. , Omaha ,
Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Springs , Waicon fitock , Hardware , Lumber , Ktc.
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
'Vscon and Carrlaiie Wood Stock , Heavy Hardware
tile. 1817 anil mi ) I.eavunwurtU Bt .Uaiabu , Ntb.
_ _ Hot8 , Caps , Eto. ' _
XV. Li PARROTTE & 'cb. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods ,
UU7 llivucr btnut , Omaha , tfcb *
OMMJQBBEllS'DIIfflCTOl ' } !
STEAM DOILEH WORKS , i
Carter k ton. 1'rop's. Mamifactnrtrsof all kinds
Steal Boilers , Tan\s \ and Sheet Iron Worfc
Works South 20th and II. i , M. Croxlnir.
PA.XTON A VlKItUSCJ 1HO.V WOUKS.
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Worlr ,
Enitlnes , llram WorkQenersl Koundrr. Machine and
UlacktmltU Work , onu-o and Works , U.V. Hf.
anil l.th Street , Omnba. _
OMAHA WIPE & mON WORKS ,
Mannfactnrers of Wire and Iron Railings
Desk Halls , Window DuanlK , Klowcr Rtands , Wlr
n.Kto. Ill North Kth Street , Omaha ,
OMAHA SAFE nnd IRON WORKS.
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
Fault ! ! . Jail Work , Iron and Wire Fencing , BlKn * . Kto.
H. Andifcn. I'ron'r Cor , llth and JacktonBM.
CHAMPION IRON nnd WIRE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards
and Screens , for hanks , ofnceMtore . residence * , etc.
Improred AwnlnL' * , I ocksmlth Mschlnerr and
lllacksmlth Works. UU South llth SU
IMEAQHER ft LEACH ,
Fire and Bnnlar Proof Safes , Time Locks ,
Oeneral Aernls for DIoboM Bafe A lock Co.'s
Vaults antlJall Work , 1115 Karunui blrcet , Oiuaha
MUllnory nnd Nptjono. j
Itiporters&Johhei'sin Millinery & Notions ]
904.210 ami 212 Bouth llth Street.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. .
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods '
< 0tl and 40r > Scuth 10th Bt. . Omaha.
v i NY"AR b & VclTiNTE IDER' '
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Goods ,
! ! ( ? > llanipy Street , Omaha.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholsalc Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle arcane. Ktc , Omaha. A. II. Illnhnn. Mnimirxr
P a In t sjind O Ms .
CUMMTNGS & NEILSON ,
Wholc'iilo Dealers In
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
HIS Farnam Street , Omaha , Nou.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. , °
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
19ti Street and Union Pacific Track , Omaha ,
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Bealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , Ktc. Yards-Corner 7th nnd loufflas ) | Cornel
9th and Douglas.
C. N. D1ETZ ,
Dealer in All Kiiiduf Lumber ,
13th nnd California Streets , Omahn , Nebraska.
FKED W. GRAY.
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
Corner fto and Douglas Sis. , Omaha.
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only ,
Grace , HM Farnam Street. Omnhn.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported nnil American I'ortland Temcnt. Btatt
Agent for .Mllwaukcn Hrtlraullc Cement and
Qulncj White I.lmc.
CHAS. R. LEE.
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpets and Parquet Flooring , Mb nnd Douglas
CARPENTER PAPER CO.
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Carry a nlco stock of Printing , Wrapping nnd Writing
Ph.er. Special attention given to car load orders.
Auxiliary Publishers ,
raer..n , .
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
311 Clotlilnn and Leather Ucltloe. 1003 Knrnatu Btroot.
, Pumpo , Etc.
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pipes and Engines ,
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumns , Pipe , Fittings ,
Jleam and Water fiunulios. TToadiiuartrrs for Matt ,
t oost A Co's goods. 1111 lurnuiii bt. , Omalm.
U. S. WIND ENGINE i PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies- ,
llalllday Wind Mills. tll9and92)Famara ) St. , Omaha.
( ) . r. Hess , Acting Manager.
BROWNELL Si CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery.
Sheet Iron Work Steam I'umpn , Saw MIHs , 12M-U1I
Lyavcnwortli Blret-t. Omaba.
PHIL. STIMMEL A : CO ? '
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
Sll and UlSJonesrUrfC't Otusba.
StoroKQ , Forwarding & Commission
ARMSTRONG. PETTIS & CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Branch house of the Heimcr Iluirgr Co. lluidilesal
Ttbolesale and retail , 1 B UlOunil 1312 liard mruut ,
Omaha. Telcpuouo No. 7W.
_ Broworo- _ "
STOR2&tLER , ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
tai North Kliithteonth Street. Oiimhi. Neb.
MANUFACTURINCi CO. ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jeans I'auts , Shirts , Klc. llVJand 1101 Douulus Blreet ,
Omaha , Web.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
John Kuonetor , Proprietor. WJ Dodvo and 1U1 and 101
North 10th Btrael.Omalia. _
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Factory ,
Kos. 1317 and 1319 ItougUs bt , , Omaha , Neb.
Sash , Doors , Etc.
M. A. DISCIROV/ co. ,
Wtiolossle Manuf xtnrers of .
Sash. Doors , Blinds and Mouldings , ]
llranch Offlco , 12ln and ItarJ btrceli , Omnha , Nubv
BOHN MANUAC"TURTNG co. ' <
Manufacturei's of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Mouldlncs , KtalrWork and Interior llartl
Isu. N. C. CornerKli miJ l nvuntrortU tjtrcets.
OiuabH , J > 'uU.
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Manafacturers of Moulding , Sash , Doors ,
And lilludi , Turning , Btalr-work , liauk and Office lib
tluMI. Witt ana i'vaet ! u Avenue ,
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