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OMAHA'S REPRESENTAT M MAMACTURIM AND COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIES. ! LADIES' Fi HV1III(;S. AMUSEMENTS. HRKWERIF.S-Contlnued. HOTEl.S-Contlnuedi Plio ioi.i; 1-11 -UPPLIES. "V.I.HOAI,S-STEAM, DRY GOODS-RETAIL Continued. KBLLBY, STIGBR & CO , IIE1ADQUARTER3 FOR FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS, TAILOR-MADE SUITS. TUG ItnllICP.T M an o I 1 1 i : -, - u I'll. .T. ..;i; i h 1215 Far I . un S' , :: MPSTER CO., I Jobber la GOODS, i. Nab. itV'nirt A'ciitie, Dcs .M i i. 'lilNllKs, 1 1 1 v K HOOKS, Book- 1 l I Its. Cm lllll' NU-, : I': 1! R. J '.. 1 1 111 ,: i; J ii "l MIA I'll I STATION!. Its l-l: 11. .. 'K M IeslKnln aid l.iui, 1H LV Fa I i.aln Si . S ft. .! ,, Asst. Sunt. MMQ CO, N I i:RS, BLANK !. CttS, : 1 T. Omaha, " ti ! ' ''. . 0 Pl.As I I II. BAKER I'!. .Manilla, i i : B. CO., s of BAKER HARD WALL PLASTER AND CRYSTAL I- I N1SH, Omaha, Nel. 11 ri .1 St. Paul, Minn. PAINT MANUFACTURERS. NATIONAL LEAD CO.. , 110 1417 ' Dodge St. E. E. BRANDO, Manager. LI MBI.NG AND IIKATL"G. NEBRASKA PLUMBING and HEATING CO., 1310 DOUGLAS ST, Omaha, Neb. Dealers and Contractors PLUMBERS' AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES, WOOD MANTEL. WATER FILTERS. It A 1 LItO ADS STRKRT. OMAHA STREET RAILWAY CO., ailh. S. E. Cor. Harney St. Frank Murphy, President; O. C. Barton. Vice President; W. W. Marsh, Treasurer; 1). 11. Goodrich. Secretary; W. A. Smith, General Manager. REAL ESTATE, LOANS, ETC. GEORGE P. BEMIS. i REAL ESTATE, LOANS. INSURANCE, Omaha, Neb. (Established 1868.) CITY AND FARM REAL ESTATE) BOUGHT AND SOLD. Property Cared For. Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Correspondence invited GARVIN BROS., Omaha, Neb. GEO. N. HICKS, 325 BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING. REAL ESTATE, LOANS. ABSTRACTS. THE BYRON REED COMPANY. 212 South 14th street, Omaha, Neb. ROOFING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY. F. J. LEWIS ROOFINO A M'F'O Co. Felt, Ashphalt and Gravel Roofing, Asphalt Floors. MANUFACTURERS OF BUILDING PA-PF.RS AND ROOFING MATERIALS. We do Rooflntr In all parts of the U S. Office Rooms 2a and 23 Ware block Works 11th St.. Nicholas and Clark Sts. tmalia. Neb. Branches Rock Island, Ills. Davenport, Ia. RUBBER GOODS-WHOLESALE. Z. T. LINDSEY, WHOLESALE RUBBER GOODS. Owner of Chief Brand Mackintoshes. Rubber and Oiled Clothing, Felt Hoots, German Socks and Leggioga. 1109-1111 Harney St., Omaha, Neb. . RAILROADS-STEAM. BURLINGTON ROUTE. Burlington A Missouri R. R. R. Chicago, Burlington A Qulncy R R, Hannibal A St. Joseph. R. it.. St Ixuls. Keokuk A Northwestern R. R., Chicago, Burlington A Kansas City Ky.. Kansas (Tty. St. Joseph A Council Bluffs H. R . Chicago, Burlington A Northern R. R . Burlington A Northwestern lty..Humtuu A Shenandoah Ry Burlington Western Ry. G. W. HOLDREOEl General Manager 3. FRANCIS. General Passenger Agent. Omaha, Neb CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE) A ST. PAUL RAILWAY, F. A. NASH, General Western Agent, Omaha. THB FREMONT. ELK HORN Ut9UUKl -v At.i,r. r u. n la tba sioneer snd best railroad to North iumiW m vrleultirral a nit eraaina lands. and to the Black Hills, And to Central Wyoming. t THE SIOITX CITY 4 PACIFIC fa the short and best line to St. Paul and tba lake country of Minnesota. -GREAT BOCK ISLAND ROUTE. - tt . A. RUTHERFORD, Genaral Agent Paasenger Department, CHICAOO, SOCK - iSLA Ht A PACIFIC , RAILWAY, VOX Farnam. Street, Oouaa, Neb. Continued OMAHA HltulGfcraT TERMlluElsC John R. l,si,.r ae PreR-i ticul Thl u,'T- N'rask. ""'Pally UW1 '' oriilge .it,. , 'rack steel a double t rack steel eonnecu ,!n al " -vnx.uurl river, terminal ,1 ' oa.l, art fur. '.""'ring i., ,.,i,er ' " o ")' railway '""V" W"ffs, Soutl J, ? "nbs! unaha. .' JUUl J"iaha and E3 ' 1I,1!T AitTiii it route." "aiiroaj ilnil Sl..;imf,; ''arts U( lhe "any E. Moor C. P. and T. A.. 't'a Farnam St Omaha, Neb. MANY Hl)I'iUe,nl,., ,.,.7 1'NION I'AlclFir I t ic 'I'O Hie I'Hejne I "The liierlaea I ..... .'.! "ny "'hsr t than lij o tliil A hours to Portl.n urs to Portland en i river. CITY TICKET OFFICE FA UN AM ST. 130(1 KI, ,, 'K " A"ASH LINE. Sb. tt line ,,, h, I.,,,,, ,, ,u I he n. i .iinmenial Llmllod Le.M.-s St l,uls, i a.. m d,n 1-H ' .i Clil.wii;., VI .Ml ,,,, Am For N'. w Yoik. 3.3(1 p. in. nei't day. -s and full ti,rriiKtin i. -1! ..Jien r.vini r WH IH eaU your nearest ticket agent or write oa ,' N CLAVTiiN, N. W. P. Agt., Room 3cC Karlaicn Blk., omuJia, Neb. 'A1NTING. Sin Manufaeturers, Bill Posters Dts. trlbutors. Bulletin Boards Special' IJtha Stands, Designers and Engravers 11. C A RLETON, 218 S. Hth St.. Omaha SM FL I ERS. THE OMAHA & GRANT SMELTING COMPAY. GUY C. BARTON, President. J. B. GRANT, Vice President, E. W. NASH, Secretary and Treasurer, Omaha, Neb. STEAM AND SUPPLY COMPANIES. CRANE-CHURCHILL CO., Manufacturers and Jobbers of steam. gas and water supplies svall kinds. (SSXha. UNITED STATES SUPPLY CO., Successors to TT. S. WIND ENGINE A PUMP CO. Steam Pumps, Engines and Boilers, Firs Department Supplies, Ipe. Pumps. Wtnd Mills, Water Tanks. Steam and Plumbing rat Ins Muterlal, Belting, Hose, J B KAHM, Vice President and General ManagAr. 1108-1110 Harney it., Omaha, Neb. STOIl.VGI W. M. BUSHMANr STORAGE. 101J and 1015 Leavenworth St., Omaha, Neb. JOHNSON BROS., TRANSFER LINE, 1008 Farnam St., Omaha. DRAYAOB, STORAGE and FORWARDING. ... Consignment of car lota for distribution solicitea. STOCK YARDS. UNION STOCK YARDS CO., OF OMAHA. (Limited) SOUTH OMAHA NEB, W. J. C. Kenyon. General ManaKer. TRANSFER COMPANIES. JOHNSON BROS.' TRANSFER LINE. DRAY AGE. STORAGE) ' and FORWARDING. Connlgnment nt car lots for distribution solicited. 1008 FA UN AM ST., Omaha,. Neb. THEATERS. BOYD'S THEATER, OMAHA PAXTON A BURGESS. Managers. CREIGHTON-ORPHEUM. Tel . 15B. Omaha's 8rlety Vaudeville Theater. Hie-h' ctssr -vaudeville performances by I," foremost artists, both American and leornnean Will cnanatiis wire,. Phnw oiapnlng at matinee perform- "Ce V&'TMvm CHANGING. MaU- Bvenlngs, c anu , j . "Trke'RCnthResiaent-Manager. TRUST COM PA N Y. H. H. Harder, Secretary. O H. Payne. President . v'a HWAL E9TATl'.-'u'"""-" IXJANS. R;NTALB. ' vk t Jfe Building. First Floor, ..-,f,i itoaI.E. WHISK"-" - H. V. Maywa. Walter Molaa. WHOLESALE - LKJUORS. Wedding Boaeuet By SI and 2T6 a Mm St Telepsont IA Oraabs. "en. . . wia - H. H. Ver Mehreit. . 1, a7' ' VER MEHHEN, rRI afSTER. WHOLK6AI.E UQUOR fJEALERl AMD IMPORTER. . Telephone H4. -J !B Farm.- t Omaha, Neb. -niuinassnri ts I KlrKht. wt-.4 .7" "Un iierberU, , MRS J. BENSON, LADIF.S AND I'll l LI iRF.N'S FURNISHING AND FANCY GOODS. Son. !10 12 S. 16th St. LO( IvSMI I lls, n Pt U HI lKllS AND lilt i I.I.S. J. J (Success., l)i:itl( s t,, A IIT & CO., L. Den ne & Co). f.i HANK I'KS 1'. i Ulcyci.-Uic, Farnam S phone. KI AND SAFE DE- IT WO UK ind '1 p. w riliTs re. I, oinatla. Neb. 1'ole- 1. 1 Mill It DEALERS. Gilo A. IIOAGI.AND. WIIOI.KSALH LUMBER. N. I".. Cor ttnuha. Ninth aftd Douglas C. N. HIETZ. .I'MIHOR. OMAHA. X EH. 1 A. BRADFORD, President. (I I. HlfADI. FY. Treas and See. LOUIS BRADFORD I.I .MIIFR COMPANY. Whole-sale and Retail LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS. Office-Not III Railroad Av-nlle. Tc'ephoiic, South innaha, Neb. ERA NK E. M' i HIES, MAI t IR. OMAHA, OFFICE. CITY HALL. DR. T. H. ENSOR. MAYOR, riOUTH OMAHA. NEB. MEDICAL INSTITl'TES. THE EMPIRE RUPTURE CURIO AND ' MEDICAL INSTITUTE. RUPTURE CURED. No Detention From Business. We refer to hundreds of patients cured. No Operation. Examination Free. OMAHA OFFICE: 32 933 NEW YORK LIFE BUILDING. Send for circulars. OIL COM PA 1 KS. J. A. Moffett. first vice president; L. J. Drake, General Manager, John H. Ruth. Manager. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. ( Incorpora t .-.I under Uws of Indiana.) o!I.S HurnliiK, Lubricating - and Linseed, C.asoline. Turpenllne, Axle Grease, Etc. Telephone, 27a. Omaha. Neb. I'ACK Ells. ARMOUR & COMPANY. SOUTH OMAHA. NEBRASKA. THE CUDAHY PACKING CO, Packers of HEX BRAND MEATS AND- LARD. OMAHA, NEB. HAMMOND PACKING COMPANY, BEEF AND PORK PRODUCTS. SOUTH OMAHA. NEB. SWIFT AND COMPANY, PACKERS. 1898 SALES OVER $150,000,000. PAPER-WHOLESALE. CARPENTER PAPER CO., " 12th and Howard Sts., Omaha, Nab. IMMENSE STOCK. RIGHT PRICES. WESTERN PAPER COMPANY, OMAHA iMiASat-VM Howard Street. Telephone. 284. J. H. Williamson, Secretary and Treasurer. PA VINO COMPANIES. THE GRANT PAVING COMPANY. Street Pavements, Sheet Aaphaltnm, Menem to Stone, Macadam, BlagoUthlc Walks and Drives. , Crmher Wnrk.- ' s n W. H. AUxalloeF, Prueui. .r-ton. Vie President: SV W. Nash, tary and Treasurer; John Grant, Supertn-tandaBL ....... : PIANOS AND ORGANS. Established UG. MUELLER PIANO AND ORGAN CO. HA ROMAN, HARRINGTON, WAIs DORF. SCHA1BFFER AND .OTHER . PIANOS, STORY A CLARK. FAR-i RAND A- VOTET ORGANS. M f. Utk SC. Osnaaa, Nats.- Mt 8. gc, touaoU BluSa, la, - ----- ll Miller, president; Frank Mur--nrer- Dudley Smith, Beoretary. .' ;. ....' iwwit.i.w- Or 111 M HA 1W July 1st to Nov. 1st, ' ..,.- c .1 Smvth William Haydcn, P. E. Her, J. ',, H J 1'enfold. Advisory com-I'.lward Hosewater, Herman Frank Murphy, J. H. Millard, i.l.-ls Secretary's office: Second I, nils National Bank Hull. Hug. ens'" S. Ki miti' Row. En. 1 1 flr... I A ' I . Tf It A I. IMPLEMENTS. i .i:eri:, weli,s & 00.. Council Bluffs, Iowa. ,,n i iMKNTS. FARM WAGONS, J vehicles, bicycles. show rooms, head of 1'earl ... ,' . Bluffs, la. , ni.iior cars pass every ten min- I m ,i. In front of our doors. 1 )KKI!K, WELLS & CO.. Council Blurts, Iowa,' Un .INOMAN IMPLEMENT CO., ... n n ers and jol.ts-is of Farm Ma. I Indies, VVilK.ms, Harness liiK.i. r Twine, Rone. fa '. M Yi . tai St..' .r PA 1:1 :. KmKinan. President: J. H. Starr, l'i M.nnt: u. ri. ctouiiiiihi , wor-. A. Jamison, Treasurer; J. li. lanaucr. i, ..ml Pacific Sts., Omaha, Net). IN, ORENDORFF & MARTIN CO., 1 1 in orporated) Jobbers of FA KM MACHINERY. WAGONS AND BUGGIES. .((nu anil Ninth Sts... Omaha. Neb. Ii.l Martin. President and Treasurer; nr mlorff, Vice President; VVm. H. Secretary. BANKS. FIRST NATIONAL, BANK, 1 1 llluffs. Ia. ' Conn I'nited States Depository. J 1. Edmundson, President. K. 1'- Shugart. Vice President, ('has. R. Hannan, ('ashler. A W Itiekman. Asst. Cashier. Chas. B. Walters. Asst. Cashier. 1C33. OMAHA NATIONAL, BANK. CAPITAL, Jl.OOO.OOO. Millard. v llllam Wallace, Llenl. Cashier. Omaha, Neb. J F. Coad. president; A. W. Trumble, nee president; F. J. Moriarty, cashier. TIIK PACKERS NATIONAL BANK, V lTnlon Stock Yards. Ciil'llul. ilOfl.OOO, surplus, J20.000. Deposits, 5i,OU0; loans, $500,000. THE UNION NATIONAL, BANK, OMAHA. NEBRASKA. Capital, CttO.uuU; surplus and undivided pruiiis. $13.uu0. Officers: W. W. Marsh, nr.siilint; (J. W. Wattles, vice president; J. V'. Thomas, cashier. Directors: W. W. Marsh, Sumner Wallace, Geo. E. Wallace, U W. Wattles, J. W. Thomas, J. H. Ma-conilier, Thos. I. Kimball. W. A. Smith, Chas. Marsh. Accounts of banks and Individuals solicited on favorable terms. UNITED STATES NATIONAL, BANK OF OMAHA. NEB. United States Depository. Deposits December 17, 18, $1,212,940.47; Ie, , mher 15. 1891, $1,617,804.86; December 1, 1KW. J.4t3.883.97. Directors M. T. Barlow. President; V. B Caldwell. Cashier; W. E. Rhoades, As-siitniit Ckshler; Euclid Martin, Clifford W Smith, C. W. Hamilton, Vice President. H. R- Gould. TIIK SOUTH OMAHA NATIONAL, BANK. The oldest National bank at Union Block Yards, South Omaha, Neb. J H. Millard, president; B. A. Cudahy, vice president; H. C. Ltostwick, cashier; H. c. Miller assistant .cashier. Capital, JKO.000; surplus and profits, $110,000. Accounts of banks transacting business with the Stock Yards received on the most favorable terms. The usual Interest allowed on balances. Stock Yards collections receive prompt attention and funds disposed of a requested without loss of time. HANK AND BAR FIXTURES. TIIK WESTERN BAR FIXTURE AND BILLIARD TABLE SUPPLY HOUSE, Colt. 14th AND JACKSON 8TREET9, OMAHA. NEB. JOHN HOCHSTRASSER. Proprietor. BOARD OF TRADE. OMAHA BOARD OF TRADE), JAMBS E. BOYT. PRESIDENT. BOOT ft 8JIOB MANUFACTURERS, F. P. KIRKENDALL tk CO., Manufacturers and Jobber of JOOTS AND SHOES. , OMAHA. WILLIAMS-HATWARD SHOES CO., WHOLESALJB SHOE) MANUFACTURERS, Western Agents Goodyear Glove Rubbers. 1114 Harney Street, Omaha, Mob. BISCUIT MANUFACTURERS. NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. FINE CRACKERS AMD CAKES. Omaha, Nab. BRIDGE BUILDERS. HK CANTON BRIDOB COMPANY, tminn- Manufacturers of PlPf3. TURNTABLES, STRUCT. JOBWNO1 WORK AND GBNkJBAL 1 To't General Western Agents, Be Building, Omaha, Neb, vblSiLa'o""- President; D. Hammond, A 1 John R. Read. Secretary n-l kanawj ,W, & Laimln, Yg,Jfo:K manufacturers. ,' kind's. KJSAPP, Beoratary. OMAHA BOX COMPANY. ' Manufacturer of Jf AILED AMD DOVETAILED BOXES. ' Omaha, Neb? ' BREWERIES. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING AS80-' ' - CIATION. . OEO. KSUO, OENERAIi AOESTB. f1 f- 'at Car.th aiid Jonea (Its, ?-; Neb, THE) NEW OdDEN, Broadway and 1'ark Ave., Council Bluffs. Ia. T'niiernew management, one Hiiioliid and Fifty Rooms. Rath Rooms on l-;e-y Floor. Accommodations for 4(X). Kl-eiri(-Light and New Sleam Heat plant. All Modern Con ven ien.es uml Newly Iteno-ated. Special Halts to Families or Parties of t.-n or mote. Gl. VV. MATHKWS. Prop. D. V. Hales, clilsf clerk. J. K. Illmes, I'rop. THR SCHI.1TZ HC1TKL (Kuropian 1 CAFE AND ROOF GAHDKN. Sixteenth and Harney Streets. ....Omaha, Nebraska. iioi 1:1. si p .1 K- Hi )T K I. I i:PA RTM 1 : N T. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. J. K. General Ottii South Dth St., Markel, Proj't idor t" an 1 Supply I ' pot, Omaha. Neb. FAIRBANKS SCALES, ETC FAIRBANKS, MORSE CO.. Oht u, Louisville, KiiTisms' City, St. Louts, Indianapolis, Di nver, Cincinnati, St. Paul, San Francisco, ( 'lev-eland, oma lia, I'm l land. ( Ire. Fairbanks Scales. Eclipse Win. I Mills, Steam, Pumps, Steam F.nK'nes. c,s and Oas.illne KliKtnes. Hoil,.rs and Fixtures, 1'ipe au.l Fittlnps. Hnse. HeltliiK, etc. Address all correspond! nee to the bouse, HU2-H04 Farnam street, Otnttha INVESTMENT COMPANIES. Thomas Hrennan. A. J. Ixive. It I! F.N NAN LOV K CO. . Investni.nl Hankers and Urok.-i. It. -a! I'.sliile and Insiiriiti. e Ai nls. i'lui. -tty Cai-eil l or. Taxes Paid. 219 South Kith Street, Omaha, Neb. GEORGE CO , I N VKSTM ENT SF.CI ' K1TI KS. REAL ESTATE, liitll Faniani Street. Omaha, Nel'. Chn rl. s C, CeorR-, . I'r ward George, Sectetarj nt, John E,l- TUB MCAGUR INVESTMENT CO., 1.106 DrSdfe Street. AiMAHA. Iians. Insurance. Real 1-i.state. Rentals. Special attentkm 'given to rnaklnK Investments for rtdrKrlstdenls. Teiepltone, 415. R C. PETERS & CO., INVESTMENT BANKERS. -i hi- Real Kstat, Bonds, Insurant-- I,onns Rentals Bee Building.. (oha, Neb. rNSURANt E 4lll'AMKl-KlltK. C. I HEDGES. FIRE INSURANCE. Representing leadlnu companies onlv. Otfices: )9-rin Pa XI on Blink. Omaha Neb. Telephone i274. H. E. PALMER. SON CO.. OKNERAL INSURANCE. Room 306. RantKe Buildlnir, Omaha, Neb. INSURANCE- THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE! SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES. H. D. NEELY, MannBer for Nebraska, 206 and 2118 Bee Hiill.ilnir. Omaha, Neb. WM. HENHY BROWN. Cashier. FLEMING BROS., MANAGERS, For Iowa and Nebraska. THE MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK. Equitable Bldg., Pen Molnep, Ia. First National Bank, Omaha, Neb. PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of San Francisco, California. A. V. TODD, General Agent, $40 Bee Building' NEW YORK LIFE E. C. SMITH. General Manager, Omaha, Neb. Rooms New Yqrk Life Building. aft.v The UNION LirW-TNS. CO. of OMAHA - All KmllcieB arexsftsotectetd bv a dfttMwdt of Interest -beartatg-f real estate securities wild ut inaurajUvJa.. aepanmeni Ol nv- Draaaa, accoratrnr to statute. u. v, v ... u .in. in,, i in,, tiM. " u ' 1 J . . P. 1 John Rush, saVT-rP. snd Treas.: A. L. Wlgton, Sec.; W, , R Harrison, Cash.; W. W. Moranian. afTdrney; Owing Brown, Med. Dtreo.: EauJflUm., Euclid Martin. E. K. Bruoe, John stpB. 'IRSsNWORKS. PAXTOW A VTf S&NO IRON WORKS. ..... . yanMavCTurers jI Engtneira"and Contractors tor Flreprw Buildings,- ' " . . WIlllam A. Paxton, preset.: Robert Ter-ling rtoe prest..- Louis Vlerllng. ssc'y aad treas. j A J. Vlerltng manager Office nod Works. V. P. Ry and 8. HO St, Omaha. jBWELERS-WnOLESAIJt, 1 Band your orders for JBWXXRT, WATCHMAKERS' TOOLS And Materials ef an kinds ts -J at . BATTON CO, slf BotrtB Itth Blrss, . Oonaa, ftan. FRED KRUG BREWING COMPANY, OMAHA, N'EB. Oftlce, 10(T7 Jackson street. Brewery, 26th and Vinton Sts. OMAHA HltEWINO ASSOCIATION. Nebraska's largest and Favorite Brewery. Our own artesian well water used exclusively. BUILDING ,v LOAN A .. IATI4N. CONSERVATIVE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION-. PEOPLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION. SAFE AND PROFITABLE. Omaha. t A1T1AI.ISTS. J. A. CREIGHTON, l-SU FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLD'll, 051 A HA.' CATKUEIC AND ON 1K( I ION Kit. IIALDUFF DELICIOUS CIRK-OI.ATKS AND HON-HuNS. Omaha, Neb, IIlKhest Honors awarded at Trans-Mississippi anil Inter n.i tional Exposition, Omaha, .eb.--Gold Medal Chocolate lion-bons. ( O.M M ISSION-C.RAIN. HAINES & MUHRIAM, GRAIN. Elevator Capacity, 700,000 Bushels. OMAHA. l'lace your trades with the WliAItE COMMISSION CO. Who execute them over THEIR OWN WIRES To all the prominent markets. Rooms 110-111 Board of Trade, Omaha, Neb. COMMISSION GRAIN, PROVISIONS AND STOC KS. Telephone 1039. JAMES E. BOYD & CO., Commission, GRAIN, PROVISIONS. STOCKS. Room 18. Hoard of Trade Building. Omaha, Neb. Direct wires to ChicaKO and New York. You can deposit money In your bank, have bank wire us and your orders by wire or telephone will be filled at once. Telephone 19M. H. R. PENNEY A CO., Room 4, N. Y. Life Building. Omaha, Neb. UKAIN, I'HtlVISltl.NS, STOCKS. Ttlrtu,, Wlru.' Man. Vn.l, I'KUm nnA 15 western points. Brano-hes: 1(138 N St., Lincoln, Neb., 2U Lee St., Deadwood, a. u. COMMISSION-LIVE STOCK. CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY? LIVE STOCK COMMISSION. Stock Yards Chicago, III. South Omaha, Nab. Kansas City, Mo. Denver, Colo. Omaha House; Jas. G. Martin, Cattle Salesman; Al Powell, Hog and Sheep Salesman. MARTIN BROS! A CO.. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Chicago and Omaha. 48 and GO Exchange bldg., Union Stock Yardej. Chicago; room 307, Exchange bldg., Union Stock Yards, South Omaha. Correspondence solicited. Market reports furnished free on application. Tel. 1564, South Omaha, Neb. ROSENBAUM BROS. OO., (Incorporated.) LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS. SOUTH OMAHA. NEB. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, III. CROCKERY, ETC. W. A. MAURER Council Bluffs, Ia. S40. 34! and $44 Broadway. Wholesale or Track Importer, Jobber and Manufacturers' Agent, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARES, Lamps, China, Fancy Goods, Silverware, Cutlery, Bar Goods, Stoneware, etc CEMENTICO. BAKER CEMENTICO CO., Manufactures of CEMENTICO WALL COATTNO. For Tinting- Walla and Ceilings. Especially adapted for schools and. church. OMAHA, NEB., and ST. PAUL, MINN. CLOTHING-RETAIL, NEBRASKA CLOTHING CO. OMAHA Farnam and Fifteenth. DRUGS WHOLESALE. S. C. Richardson. President; C. J. Wotlar, Vic President; Amos Field, Becra-" . tary and Treasurer. RICHARDSON DRUG CO " WH0iiLa1 '. DRUQOIBT& MS, (04 and $08 Jackaon 8tr4Mt,Omaba, Neb. DRT GOODS BET AIL. - ROWTc"i"!cWssssb J. ts. BRANDEIS BONA Proprietor Dry Goods. Cloaks, Millinery, Bboaav stav. Silks, Laces. Corsets, Ribbons Fura, Jewelry. Druirm, Notions, 0nfs Furnlso-t'&Kkrr Candies. Lunchllm. Coffee. BtaUonarr. Books. Toys, Curtains. Wholesale and Retail. vian'a and Hots' el-lkln H. W. Cor. lath and Douglas Bts., Omaha. BATDEN BROS, DRY GOODS AND CARPITTS. Coc. Mlb and IMfl Bta, Omaha, tfafc - '- ..... .1 A rv.. -I -' ' THOMAS KILPATRICK CO., DRY GOODS. Importers, Jobber and Retallerfl. 15if.ar7-lixi9 Douglas St., Omaha-New York OJtlce, 'j6 Church St THOMPSON, BKLDEN & CO., DRY GOOD8. a W. Cor. 16th and Douglae Streets. Omaha, Neb. DRY (iOIIIM - WHOLES ALU. M. R. SMITH & CO.. Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS. Ft' RNISH1NG GO(iI3 AND NOTIONS OMAHA. NKH Denver office, 808 llith street. Salt I,ake effit-e, 211 Main street. Iew York uHWu, 33 Itroadway. Arthur c. Smith, President; W. M llur, (jess, vice President; Walter D. Smith. Sei 'v and Treas.; George M. Tibbs, Floyd M. Smith. ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANIES. TUB NF.W OMAHA THOMPSON-HOUSTON KLMTRIO LIGHT COMPANY. Arc-lnca ndescent-Power. Incorporated ISSf,. Capital $l,im.oon Thomas I Kimball, president , W F. White, first vice president and Kcip'r.il manager; Fred A. Nash, second vtee president; S. K. , Schweitzer, secretary an. I treasurer. Directors: W. F. While. Thomas L. Kimball, Henry W. Yates, Fred A. Nash. George- W. HoldrcKe. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES WESTERN FJI.ECTRICAL COMPANY, 35111 Howard Street, Omaha, Neb, BUILDERS OF ELECTRIC IJtiHT AND POWER PLANTS Furnishers of General Electrical Supplies and Apparatus. Hi wlndiriK am repairing of armatures, tt an.sfui tilers, etc., etc. WOLFE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO., L. W. WOLFE. Manager. Wholesale and Retail. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 1804 Farnam St.. Davldge Block. Omnhs. Neb. Two doors west of City Hall. 'Phone 1414. FUEL COMPANIES. AMERICAN FUEL COMPANY, SHIPPERS OF ANTHRACITE COAT, AND COKE AND MINERS OF BITUMINOUS COAL, Office S19 and 920 New York Life Building-. Telephone Office 797. Omaha. Neb. JefT W. Bedford. President; R. J6. Moist, Vice President and Treasurer. THE SHERIDAN FUEL CO . Oould Dletz. Secretary and Treasurer. Omaha. Neb. MINES AT SHERIDAN, WYOMING. GLASSWARE, ETC. W. A. MAURER, Council Bluffs, la., 840 , 348. S44 Broadway. (Warehouse on track.). Importer, Jobber and Manufacturers' Agt. CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. Lamps, China. Fancy Goods. Silverware. Cutlery, Bar Gooda, Stoneware, etc. GAS COMPANIES. OMAHA GAS CO.. Office, 217 a 13th Street. Worka. 11th Street, eor. Jones. Frank Murphy. President; O. W. Cla- baug-h. Secretary; Isaac Battln, Treasurer. GROCERS-WHOLESALE. PAXTON GALLAGHER CO., IMPORTERS. GAS COFFEE ROASTERS AND JOBBING GROCERS. Omaha, Neb. W. A. Paxton. President: W. A. Galla gher, Vice President; C. H. Pickens. Sec retary and Treasurer and General Manager. ' GROCERS RETAI L. "VICTOR JENNINGS, Council Bluffs, Ia., Dealer In GROCERIES AND PRODUCE ... ...WOOD AND COAL. ZU East Broadway. HARDWARE-WHOLES ALE. LED-GLASS-ANDREESEN .. HARDWARE CO. WHOLESALE HARDWARE, BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS, UlMs Harney St., Oanah.- . - rector 4s wnBBUrr. co, WHOLE41ALB t HARDWARE. ' ; Csntar Wtk and Jackaoa Bta, Omaha, Ne. HOTELS. . tir.-i-e.. n Jt iaa, . ... . T. B, ILER proprietor. " ' ,- MILTON POWBLL, alanag-. Rates, tt par day and upward. Culslna and service unequalled. Central location. Ths finest Turkish Baths In tba west. Taka Harney street cars from Union Depot. Taka Hanscom Park, eara from WaMtar Streot Depot. Utk and Howard Bta, Omaha, Nab. TH UTT JJtRD. , .' J. n. MARKEL SON, Proprietors, ' Uta and Douglas Stsw: - -' ' Osaaka, Men, - American and Furopesm Plan.' Lesdlnf ttott vt the CWy. -Kawly Biuipoe4 SNw..4...t ttk I aliail Aaaltarv Plana lagt, Oantral Lsaatlaai, Cai a rtra Flaoav. aUSaOCRI PACIFIO RAILWAT CO. . ; .c-fc'ft-.HlUirTL ' Oenn Flt A p agent, r-flniltk Nafc - . .It I

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