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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : M DAY JUNEVlO , 1889.
A Parisian Damo'a Fatal Passion
for a Youns Botanist.
SHE SOOTHED HIS DYING HOURS
The Queer Coiiiplfcntlons Cupid
Wrought In the Lives ol' Pour
People A Oynsy'a
Idttlo Jlonmnccfl ,
The nrt ol the Froncli playwright or
novelist was not needed to gild the drn-
mtitic story ol a Paris lady who 1ms
just committed suicide nt Gcnnovilllcrs ,
a suburban town.
Accomplished nnd beautiful to an
extraordinary degree , Mine. Marot
had reached her thirty-eighth year ,
with her purity still unsullied. The
idol of an oITct lontUo husband and n
charming family , eho has long boon ono
of the most delightful members of that
Eolcct circle which still adheres
to blood as the sine qua neil of admis
sion to its ranks.
D About a year ago Mmo. Marot made
the acquaintance at the house of ono o
her friends of a yoflng man who , lilco
herself , was an ardent botanist , of a
poetic temperament , and possessed of
exceptionally pleasing manners. The
acquaintance ripened into friendship
of a platonio character , and the young
man became a frequent visitor at the
Marot mansion , M. Marot taking qulto
as much to the agreeable young man as
his wife had done. Nothing could have
boon moro arcadian in its simplicity
and more suggestive of the innocence
of primeval Eden. They arranged to
fly together and wrlto M. Marot a full
confession of tholr guilty direction
for each other. Gonnev'llllurs was
selected by the couple as their
future homo , as there was little chance
of mooting former acquaintances in the
quiet town. Having hired and fur
nished a simple villa for her reception ,
M. Jadon carried out the programme
as arranged , and the following day M.
Marot received a letter informing him
of the event and dealing him a blow
which shattered forever his belief in
human nature , and turned his hitherto
sweet and amiable disposition into that
of a cynical and honolc&s monomaniac.
M. Jadon proved soon the truculent nature
turo of his dispositionand had scarcely
possessed himself of the treasure ho
had so furiously coveted before the
spell of its attraction began to wane.
In a very short time ho became cool and
inattentive to the woman who had sac
rificed everything to gratify his caprice ,
and three ninths after their first appearance -
pearanco in Gcnnovilliors ho loft the
.town without oven vouchsafing her a
word as to his intentions.
Mmo. Marot then appealed to her
husband in a pathetic and entirely
truthful letter , whoso pitcousnqss could
scarcely have failed to wring forgive
ness from her outraged lord had ho over
read it , but the letter , with a number
of others which followed it , was re
turned with the terrible words , "Re-
lusod at tholr destination , " branded on
by the ofllcial stamp. Stung io despair
by the utter hopelessness of her situa
tion , Mmo. Marot finally decided on
that last resort of the hope-bereft mor
tal , suicido. The servant was horrified
ono morning to discover her mistress
dead when she wont to awaken her.
The police were summoned , and It was
discovered that an overdose of mor
phine had ofToctod her release from
troubles which had become unbearable.
A letter addressed to her mother , a
widow , living at Cannes , explained the
matter entirely , and a few days later
eho was buried in the quiet little cemetery -
tory , without a friend to follow her
, collln to the grave.
Some twenty odd years ago George E.
McKibbon , a lusty young follow full of
hope and promise , was growing up with
the country in San Francisco. A pretty
young woman from Salt Lake City oo-
torod the scene , and soon Cupid nan
done his work and the young folks word
engaged. The course of younglovo did
not ripple along as smoothly as might
bo expected , and the usual lovers'
quarrel that is part and parcel of every
eternal vow of constancy made a breach
between the two hearts that boat as
ono , and the engagement was broken.
Shortly after the girl wont ono way and
the young man the other , and the world
jogged on as of yoro.
McKlbbcn married and his first love
married , and in their respective
hearths the imago of the other was for
gotten. Then Mrs. McKibbon died ,
and , strange to say , his.early love was
made a widow about the same timo. Yet
neither know of the other's affairs at
the time , and when later an attractive
woman crossed McKibbcn's path ho
wooed and won her and made her Mrs.
MoKlbbon the .second. Ills old Salt
Lake girl had in the mean time not been
idle. A handsome young follow laid his
hand and fortune at her feet , she mar-
fled a second tlrao and lived a happy
wife until typhoid fever carried olt her
loving spouse , and once more she was a
On March" 20 last , Mr. MoKibbonn
was granted an absolute divorce from
his second wlfo In Los Angeles , Cal. ,
and came cast to live. The once Salt
Lake City girl , now a "matron fair and
atatoly , " again mot Mr. MoKlbbon , and
once moro Cupid played his pranks.
The quarrel was made up , and MoKlb
bon found ho was talking to a Mrs , Sa
rah M. Lawrence. The day was llxed
upon , the ring bought , and a kiss sealed
the bargain. Friday , Clerk Bird In
Philadelphia Issued the marriage
Hconso , and George E. McKibbon , aged
forty-six , and Sarah M. Lawrenceagod
forty-four , are by this time man and
The Pittsburg Times thus describes a
Eomewhat peculiar wedding that took
place in that city : Samuel R. "Wolsor ,
ajjod seventy-two , Edith Pearl Wilson ,
ugod fifteen , were joined in the holy
bonds of wedlock , About two hundred
invitations had boon issued , and the
rooms , which were profusely decorated
with llowors and evergreens , wore filled
with a throng of guests.
The ceremony was to take place at
8UO : o'clock , but owing to tlio delay of
the minister's arrival , it was consider
ably later when the knot was tied , To
n wedding inarch from Beethoven , per
formed on the piano , the coui > lo > entered
the parlor and stopped under a wreath
of ivy , being preceded by Mrs. Annie
Weaver , who acted as brldomaid , and
W. F , Weaver , who acted as best man.
Kov. C. 13. Locke , ot the Smithllold
Street M. E. church , performed the
ceremony , which was followed by the
usual congratulations. The appearance
of the unique couple gave the Ho to
tholr ugcs. the bride booming to do
about eighteen , anil the halo anb
hearty appearance of Mr. Wolsor
would do no discredit to a man ot fifty.
This Is the third time that ho has gene
through a marringo ceremony.
The bride and her maid were dressed
in heavy white brocade , and , referring
to this fact , MiWclsor , nudging the
reporter , tuld in a stage whisper , with
a dramatic air : "Thorn drcssoa cost
money , young man , and I'm the party
as stands it , sir. O. well , it comes
pretty blamed nigh , but then it la the
.nst time I guess , " ho added in a sort
of dubious manner.
An elegant supper was served shortly
after the ceremony by Caterer Gilo-
'aust ' , and Bomo first-class music also
contributed to the enjoyment of the
occasion. The presents were numer
ous , consisting in the main part of
silver and chlnawaro , the whole list
jolng concluded by a $5,000 house given
jy the bridegroom to hl wlfc.
Many amusing Incidents occurred
through the evening. The private
sanctum of Mr. Welsor was entered by
, ho crowU , who broke Into laughter at
the sight. The walls were tastefully
dccoratod by circus posters of all datoa
and ago , 'vhlch generally announced
that Samuel U. Wolsor , otherwise the
"Spirit King of Magical Realms , " alias
"Tho Sorcerer of the Yellow Wand" or
"Tho Court-Cajolor of the Indian
Throne , " for short , would perform that
evening without fall. Admission , 25
cents ; children two for a quarter.
This will bo explained by the fact
that Mr. Wolsor is an old circus clown.
Thirty-five years ago , In Now York ,
Albert Stage and Harriet Flak were
married. They lived happily together
until the rebellion broico out , when the
husband loft homo to follow the fortunes
of war and was soon lost to his friends.
About this time a wealthy cousin ar
rived from Colorado. This was Charles
Fisk , a line looking young man , who
had amassed a fortune. In , years past
Fisk had boon a suitor for his cousin's
hand , but was rejected. Upon his re
turn to find her a widow ho renewed his
suit with success. Shortly after the
wedding ho returned to Colorado ,
bringing his wlfo and stepson. After a
residence of several years In Colorado
ho moved hero , and ho prospered as a
contractor and accumulated consider
able property. In all those years the
son of Albert Stage had betm Hearing
manhood , and as ho thus advanced ho
manifested a dcsiro to ascertain
whether his faihor was living or dead.
By chance ho unearthed a clew that led
to the discovery of his father in Florida.
Ho opened a correspondence at onco.
Prior to this time his mother and stepfather -
father had separated , owing to discords
in their lives. Tholr son induced his
father to como to Wichita. When ho
came ho stood for the first time in long ,
weary years in the presence of his wife
and child. Explanations followed and
the two were married a second time.
After his separation Fisk wont abroad ,
but returned about a year ago broken
down In health and purse. Mrs. Stage
took him in her house and cared for
him until his death a short time ago.
The daughter of a merchant at East-
bourne , England , became 'so enamored
of a young gypsy that she induced him
to elope with her. They took with
thorn a small tent , but could not pitch it
the first night , so sought shelter undora
hedge. They tramped day after day
and camped out at night in , the Sussex
lanes- . The runaways passed on to
Brighton , Uckfiold , Tunbridgo Wells ,
and Woolwich , followed by their father
and the police , but it was not until the
pair were found living in the tent on
Plumstead marshus that they were over
taken. The gypsy was taken before a
magistrate , who , on learning the facts ,
discharged him. A scene in the streets
followed. The girl struggled violently
to free herself from her father's grasp ,
and loudly pleaded to be allowed to join
her gypsy lover.
A pair of Berlin lovers whoso union
was opposed by the girl's parentseloped
ana sot out for English soil on Heligo
land to got married. When they got to
Hamburg they found that no steamers
were running , so they hired a sail-boat.
The waves were pretty high , and before
they had been at sea an hour ho excused
himself to go below to lie UDOII a sofa.
She , loft alone above deck , thought
about it awhile , concluded that she
didn't want to got ma riod after alland
ordered the captain to turn back toward
Hamburg. There her lover was unable
to induce her to stay with him , and she
wont back to Berlin alone on the first
A sad caao of wrookcd llfo was tried
at Uanodsburg , Ky. , recently before
the county judge , In the case of Thomas
Mann , on a writ of larceny. The young
man is of ono of the oldest and most ro-
spcctablo families of central Kentucky.
Thomas Mann , who la n son of the late
Major J. J. Mann , was a few years ago
ono of the most handsome , manly and
nlTablo young men in the county , but ,
Hko many other onorgotio and enter
prising young Kontucklana , ho Bought
the west for wider fields for the accu
mulation of fame and fortuno. Ho wont
to Wurronsburg , Mo. , where ho located
in business. Soon after reaching there
ho mot and fell desperately in
love with a Miss Cnldwoll , pressed
his suit nnd wooed and won her
hand. A day was sot for the marriage.
The lady's parents , however , for mer
cenary reasons ) , had pinked out a hus
band of great wealth for this daughter ,
and they forced her to marry the man
of tholr choice the day before she waste
to have married Mann , who , after the
ceremony , disposed of bis property in
Missouri , and returned to his Kentucky
homo , where ho wasted In health and
mind. Ho was sent to the asylum for
the insane , where his health grow
worse and his relatives brought him
back homo again. His health has Im
proved , but lately ho has developed a
desire to wander , and has given his
family a good deal of trouble. Ho wanJJ
dorod over Into eastern Kentucky ,
where ho sot tire to a largo field of
brush , causing the loss of a line 31,800
farmhouao. Ho was again sent to the
asylum this waok. The case of love
seems to have boon equally dovotcd on
both sides. After the ceremony that
bound Miss Caldwell to the one she did
notjovo they left for an extended tour
through the south , where she lost her
health and began to droop. Everything
was done for her that wealth , and sci
ence could do. She was taken abroad
in hopes of restoring her health , but In
less than a year she was carried homo
a corpse , her last wish being that she
might live to see Mann before she died.
She was the only child and idolized her
parents , whoso word to her was law.
IS a blood disease. Until tne poison 13
expelled from tlio system , tlicro can.
bo no euro for this loathsome and
dangerous malady. Therefore , Iho only
effective treatment is a thorough coursa
of Aycr's Sarsnparlllu. the best of nil
blood purifiers. , The sooner you begin
the better ; delay Is dangerous.
" I was troubled with cntnrih for over
two years. I tried various remedies ,
and wns treated by a number of physi
cians , but received no benefit until I
began to talto Aycr's Sarsnparllla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured mo of.
this troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health. " Jesse M.
13oggs , Uoliuan's Jlills , N. C.
"When Aycr's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to mo for catarrh , I was in
clined to doubt Its enicncy. Having
tried so many remedies , with little ben
efit , I had no faith that anything would
euro mo. I became emaciated fioin loss
of appetite and impaired digestion * I
had nearly lost the sense of smell , and
my system was badly drraujicd. I was
about discouraged , when a friend urged
mo to try Aycr's Sarsaparilla , and re
ferred ino to persons whom it hud cured
of catarrh. After taking half n dozen
bottles of this medicine , I am convinced
that the only Miro-woy of tirating this
obstinate disease is through the blood. "
diaries II. Maloucy , 113 Itivcr St. ,
Lowell , Mass.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. , Lowell , Mass.
trice $1 ; six bottles , J5. Worth $5 a bottle.
Fail ? white hands ,
Soil 'healthful skinu
' -Tlio Great Engllsii Gomploxion SOAP.-SoldEyorgrf
For the euro of all DISORDERS OF THE STOMACH , LIVER , BOWELS , KID
NEYS , BLADDER , NERVOUS DISEASES , HEADACHE , CONSTIPATION ,
COSTIVENESS , COMPLAINTS PECULIAR TO FEMALES. PAINS IN THE
BACK , DRAGGING FEELINGS , &c. , INDIGESTION , BILLIOUSNESS , FEVER ,
INFLAMATION OF THE BOWELS , PILES , and all derangement of the Inter-
RADWAY'S PILLS are a euro for this complaint. They tone up the Internal
secretions to healthy action , restore strength to the stomach and onivblo it to
perform its functions. Price 2oc per box. Sold by all druggists.
RAD WAY & CO. , Now York
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TIN PLATE * FISHIHQ
METALS , TACKLE ,
HAILS , EPORTINQ
HOUSE GOODS ,
fURKISIIINa LAMPS ,
GOODS , GLASSWARE
18 , 20 , 22 , 24 , 26 , 20 , 30 AHD 32 LAKE STREET , CHICAGO , ILL.
Fpr Sale Itii 31. II. KLISS , Oma x , Ne ] > r ,
Steam and Kot Water Heating and Ventilating
Apparatus and .Supplies.
Engines Boilers Steam Etc.
, , Pumps , .
File season is getting advanced , and as the result of of large sales we have in our stock certain lines of Fine Suitings , in
broken sizes , and if you need a good , fine , serviceable suit , you may be sure of getting it now , for nearly one-half of its
real value. Do not delay , if you need clothing , take time by the forelock , and BUY NOW. Our word is our bond , and
if we offer anything , you may depend upon getting just what we represent.
We have a large and beautiful assortment of all the latest and most fashionable
uovelties in importad and domestic suitings , which we can make to order at
To non-residents we will send any goods by express , subject to approval with
privilege of returning at our expense , if not satisfactory.
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A Light Grey Strlpo , all wool SCOTCH CHEVIOT SACK SUIT . . . ' , only 80.OO
A Light Mixed , all wool , SCOTCH CHEVIOT SACK SUIT ! . ; . , . ' only$8.OO
A Salt ana Pepper , all wool , SCOTCH CHEVIOT SACK SUIT X. - . only & 8.OO
SCOTCH PLAIDS , STRIPES andPLAIN OASSIMEBE8 , all going at .V. only $8OO
A Light Brown Mixed , all wool , SCOTCH CHEVIOT SACK SUIT .t5. ' , - only $1O.OO
A Dark Brown check Cheviot , all wool , SACK SUIT , j.J'v. . . .only 01O.OO
A Black Blue , all wool , wldo wale worsted SACK SUIT . only $1O.OO
A Black Plaid , all wool , worsted SACK SUIT only $1O.OO
A Salt and Pepper , In dark and crroy , SACK SUIT , , ' . only $1OOO
A Dark Brown and Blue Plaid OASSIMEEE , all wool , BACK SUIT , only $12.OO
An Imported fanoy SCOTCH CHEVIOT , all wool , SACK SUIT only $12.OO
A boautlftil ENGLISH OAEVIOT , light brown mixture only $12.OO
Blue raised Cheek , all wool , worsted SACK SUITS ( , , . . , " , . . . only $12.OO
Very nobby Blue and Black Plaids , all wool , SACK SUITS only $12.OO
An elegant Blue , all wool , CORKSCREW SACK SUIT . . ; only$12.OO
M. HELLM -
13O1-13O3 Farnam , O4 to 31 13th Street.
Boots and Shoos.
K1RKSNDALL , JONES A CO. ,
SucccMon to Hood , Jones A Co.
Wholesale Mannfactnrers of Boots & Shoes
Agcnla for Iloston llubber Shoo Co. 11M. 1101 and 110) )
Uarner Btr ot , Omaha , Metiroika.
lager Beer Brewers ,
1B1 Morth Klghtcoalh trc t. Omaha , N * .
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
WIndon-capi nnd mrlallo tkrllRhtt. John Kpenetcr.
proprietor. IWnnd llOboutb lOtli urcel.
SIMMONDS MANUFACTURING CO.
Hani , Office and Saloon Fixtnrcs ,
Unntlcs , Rldohonrds , Hook Cnnos.Dmn HiturcK , Wall
Carol , rartlllons. Hulllnc"Counters. HcornndWln *
Cooler * , Mlrrore , Kt < r fnrtor ; nnd ofllco , ITS ) undl7.B
Bouth Uth Bt. , Omaha. Telephone 1124.
JOHN L. WILKIE ,
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Factory ,
Not. 1317 dd 1318 Douglas street , Omnba , NOB.
Sash , pqora , Etc.
M. A. DISBROW & CO. ,
Wholesale manufacturers of
Sash , Boors , Blinds aud Mouldings ,
r.rnnch offlcc , 12th nnd Iinrd street Omaha , Neb.
JJOUN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sash , Boors , Blinds ,
Moulding , etntr-work nnd Interior hard wood finish.
N. K. corner bth nnd lenvim\vmh streets ,
Omaha , Neb.
S to a m FI ttj n gs
. . "t OLAltK STEAM
Puinns , Pipes and Engines ,
Dteam , water , railway nnd raining suppllei , etc.
P2U.K1 \ nnd TO Fnrnam street , Omaha.
U. S. WIND ENGINE A PUMP CO. ,
Steal aud Water Supplies ,
llaMtdar wind mill , . 013 nnd CM Jonea Bt * Omaha.
U. F. lloss , acting Amnuger.
nitOWNELL. & CO ,
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
BhceUrou work , ettam pumps , saw mills. 1313-1211
Lcarenworth street , Omaha.
STEAM BOILER WORKS ,
Carter A , ton , I'rop'a. Manufacturers of nil hinds
Steam Boilers , TanRs and Sheet Iron Work
Works South anh and U. A M. crossing. Tel. 1115
PAXTON & VIERLING IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Wori
nglncs , brass work , general foundry , machine- and
blacksmith work. Offlcu anil works , U. 1' . Ity.
and mil Etrout , Omaha.
OMAHA WIRE & IRON WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
Desk rails , window Rtinrds , flower stands wlro signs ,
etc. Ul Nortli 1Mb street , Omaha.
OMAHA SAFE & IRON WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ,
Vault.1" , lull work. Iron nhuttvrs and lire escapes.
U. Andrecn , prop'r. Cor. litb and Jatkapn
SOUTH OMAHA ,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha , Limited
John F. lloyd , Superintendent.
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
Chicago , Milwaukee &t , Paul R'y ' ,
The Dcst Route fronuOmaha and Council
TWO TUA1NS DAILY 11KTWK15N OMAHA AN1 >
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapids ,
Rock Island , Frceport , Rockford ,
Clinton , I ) ul ) mine , Davenport ,
Elgin , Mmlison , Janesilllo ,
Ikloit , Winona , La Crossc ,
And all other Important points Bast , Northeast ana
For through tickets , cull on tlio tlclict agent at 1601
riirnimstruut.ln Barker liloci.or at Union L'acltlo
I'ullman Sleepers and the finest Dlnlnn Cars In the
world aruru nun thomnln Una of the LhtcitEo , Mil
waukee & bt. I'll u I Hallway , and every attention 1
pnlu to pnsscuKcra by courteous employes of the
It. Mil. r.KH , General MnimRcr.
J. K TUCKI.K. Anlxtiuii Ucnoral Manager.
A. V. U. UAIU'KNTKH , Ucueral 1'asacneor ana
(115(1. ( 15 11 1C AFTOHD , Assistant Gencrall'ttsscngor
nnd Ticket Agent.
T.J.C'LAUK , General SnDCrintcndent.
SHROEDER & BEAM
Provisions' ! Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
5O5 &ouUtliIlii Street , - Oiuiiliu
( ISSUED BY STATES ,
J COUNTIES , CITIES ,
1 SCHOOL DISTRICTS , ETC. .
Wo clc-nl In T.iiml AViii-riinlo ami Bcrlp.
Appllcalilo to ( lovrrmnuiit 1-aml , anil Tnutsact a
ZtKKulur lluuklnir Iliinluo * .
. . . , ,
100 WASHINGTON STREET , CHICAGO , ILL ,
IIS UROADWAV. NEW voflrU
Cities , Counties , School Dlbtricla , Water Coin-
pantes , &c. We are In tlie market for the
purchase of round amounts of such bonds ,
Correspondence solicited ,
N. W , HARRIS & COMPANY , Bankers ,
113-117 Monroe Street , CHICAGO.
00 Devonshire Rtront. BOSTON.
U , B , DEPOSITORY.
OMAHA , - - 'NEBRASKA
Surplus 100,01)0 )
IIEllMAN kOONTZK. ProiMont.
JOHN A. CHUIOUTON , Vice President.
F. II. UAVIB. Cashier.
W. II. MKUyUIUH. AwUtnut Cnsblor.
Safety Deposit Vaults in Uusomout.
| zrmuJr jA u
Crently Imnrovocl wltli * loffiriK > fiackl i < m ono
elde. Easiest rr < llnKf , < ' 'M < iviJe.Theiprinifil njtu.
ito ind ah rten ucoruJuf totuetteUut patunlh&m.
Ad [ .ted tqutllir well u rough country or flno
WU drives WiUKt'ujon ba t utUfumlan.
cnuncniLL I'Aiiiusit ,
Dealer la Agricnltnial Implements , Wagons
Oarrlagei and bmtalfi. Joncudrcct , between 8ll ml ,
IQtfi , Omaha. Nebraska. _ \
/A7iVOBrt it METOALV CO. ,
Agricnlt' ' Implements , Wagons , Carriages
Buggies , etc , \VholoMlo. OniMift. KtbrMla.
PARLtX , ORENOOlUt .t MAHT1N 00.
\Yholoj le Dealers la
altroroJanJro7Jonc } ttrcet. Omaha.
MOL1NE , artLUUlW&liTODDARD CoTt
Manufacturer * and Jobbers In
Rnirnlp PaVn Plnwj Pff >
DuggUo , fidilM , flUffS fill *
Cor. 9th and I'aclflo itrceti , Omaha.
Artlata * MntorlnlB.
A. 110SP3 , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos ami Organs ,
' 1M3 Douglu > trol Omaha , ebra ka.
Boots nnd Shoos.
ir. v. MORSE A co. ,
Jolta of Boots and Shoes ,
1101 , 1103 , 1109 DotiHlm street , Oranha. Manufactory ;
Bummer ttroot , Huston.
_ pool , Cokp end Urn p.
OMAHA COAL , COKE .t LIME CO. ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
_ 100 South 13th ulrcot , Omaha , Nebrnika. _
XElinASKA FUEL CO. ,
* Ships of Goal art Coke ,
31 ( South Uth BU , Omaha , Nob. _ _
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KWDELL & 'mDDELL , ,
and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties Hiutcr , text , encase , poultry , caut.
imiiownnl utroct Omalia.Nob.
_ PryjDpodB and Notions.
flf. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goofls , Furnisuing Goods and Notions
1103 nudllOl Douglm ) , cor. Uth itretl. Omaha , Neb.
KILPA'rmCK-KOCII DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers andJohteinBryGoodsMte ,
( lend1 JurnlskltiK goodi. Corner Uth and Ua
itroott , Omaba , Nebraska.
HELW , THOMPSON A CO. ,
Importers and Jobbort of
Woolens and Tailors' ' Trimmings ,
JIT Bouth Uth street.
DEWEY & STONE ,
Wholesale Bealers in Fnrnitnre
Farnam str et , Omaha. Nebratka.
OUARLES SIIIVERICK ,
PAXTON , GALLAGHER & CO.
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
7C5 , TOT , TO and Til Bouth 10th st , Omaha , Neb.
MeCORD , BRADY & CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers' .
13th and jjcaTeuworlh streets , Omaha , Nebratka.
Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Springs , wagon itock , hardware , lumber , eta. 1301
_ and 1811 llarney street. Omaha.
LEE , CLARKE , AKDREESEIf HARD *
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plats ,
Motali , sheet Iron. etc. Acent * for TJowo fcalta ,
Miami powder and Lyman barbed wire. _
HIMEBAUQH & TAYLOR.
Bnild rs' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' tools and Buffalo scales. ItOS Doaglaf
street , Omaha , Neb.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported nd American 1'orllui.d cuuient. Etat
ugcnt for Milwaukee hydniullo cement and
_ ( Jnlncy Trillin Ilino.
OHAS R. LEE ,
Bealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood carpets and parquet flooring. Oth and Dftugltl
_ streets , Omaha , Nob. _ '
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
AllKMsofBaiiawiaterial at Wholesale ,
18tu Street and Union I'aclllcTraclCiOmaha ,
LOo'lS BRADFORD , '
Bealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , Etc , Yards- Corner Tth and Douglas , Corner
10th and Dougla | _
FRED W. GRAY.
Lnmtor , Limb1 Cement , Etc , , Etc ,
Corner 6th and Dougliu Bts. , Omaha. _
O. N. DIETZ.
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
13th and California Streets , Omaha. Ncbraika.
_ Millinery and Notions.
i. 'OUERFELD'ER & co. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
_ 203 , 210 and 213 Booth llth street.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goofo ,
Corner 12th aim Howard streets , Om'alm.
II. HARDY AGO. ,
JoWip rs of '
Toys , Bolls , Albums , Fane ? Goods ,
JIo'jsu ' lunilsliliir ( ( roods , cliildrou'B carriages
rnrtinm Btrrct , Omnlin. Nnli.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle crease , etc. , Omaha , A , II. lllthop , Manager.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Bealers ,
Carry a nlco stock of printing , wrapping and writing
paper. Bptalal attention tven to car toad order * .
S , W , Corner Farnam and 15th Sis ,
Paid iu Capital , $000,000
0. P. . nAHKKH , ProBldont.
K. J , . 1IIUIUIOWKII. Vice 1'rosUeat.
V. U. JOHNSON. Caslilor.
W. 8. HKOTOlt , Asalnt.int Caslitor.
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