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OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
Allot Hr) .
W.M. M. FRANCIS, Alloriiiy.tl-Uw.
Oi-ii. ti. lisiabroolc will Im oioclnlol wllli mc
In nil ruses wherein not nllierw lo retained
Ultlcu Ho'.ilh-weit corner of Fourteenth nnd
DoiiKlssslleet. J 1 0 C
Art UN .1IKi1mI.
IIItADY A Me UJSLAND, .Ml nii.l 5H Four
teenth atu-et. JySUtf
JOHN II. WICK, Hiker and tiehcral Deal
er in Flour and I'rovislon Sixteenth street,
n-twwn Calllornti flntt Webster,
tlontn anil NIiuck.
W. M WHITNCY Hoots mul Miim-, 219
WILLIAM KRULL, Clilratto stroct between
rncUtli and Thirteenth. J y '-i 7 1 f
HICKSTON A IIIMH., Ninth street, lictwecn
ackaon andJotiea. )J-7"
JACon FUHRMAN. 1'iclllc Meat Market,
corner Ninth an 1 Leavenworth streets.
tfltANK t.. MoDONALO, dealer In Confec
tionery, Krnlt, llnicerlcs mul l'oultry. Corner
Tenth ami I'artihain. Lunches prepared to or
der for travellers. Jy2'"
ITlf. Twelfth lrwl,bl. rjrnhim
, cm ijcrv J7""
Urniin nml Hmlit Water.
Ice Cream and
I N nth aua
niKXCII MoXOOK. l'lro ami Accident
nmraiirp Agouti, over tlio i'uit otflcc.
Jimlluc or (lie l'cace.
JOHN V. I.YTI.fi. .luitleo ol tlio Ponco.
Oftlcy ier V'lrit Nitlonl lUnk.
SXATIiJ OUOUSIibr M. Allen, IsUsmlth
atil Iiutruincnt-isrlnder, nnrtheist comer ol
I'Arnlum an I Klerenth streeti. no-lra
iil1IA STEAM I.AUNOHY. Corner of
Twcnty-llm and iiarii siroew.
lUllfornla n'luo Comi.ny.
Order itato at
M. KUIUTTER. No. 200 l'arnhani trect
JIM. N. MUUPHY,K. W. Cor..r.th nnd
PalutD, OIU nml llni.
llltADY A McAUSLASD, Ml and W, Four,
teenth atreet. . It-m
" DOKKY'S," 493 1 1 tit atreot, V'tween Tarn
lun nml lfamoy. jjr'i"ml
I'ltUMltlat SOAl' WOIIIC.S. Towell Co.,
tlll luauuUcturo tholr celebrated' r mlum
Sojp. KIto Drat premiums awarded lir Uoub
Um county and filato Fairs, and I'ottawiittamlo
County, Iowa. Order solicited from the trade.
Mnda Wi tor ITIninifucturcrai.
(J. 1IKIMUOI) CO., Mineral and Sola Wa
or. Dealer In Cider nnd liottled Wslss Hcer.
L?ck Hoi 227.
Omaha Stencil tfiimitiictory,
No. 200 t'nrnham street. .1. II. I'lerco, proprl
stor. Orders t.ikou for Heals. lnssus, bUinips,
llagtrujo and Kny Checks, htcnclls cut with
dlei making a kilter nt olio blow.
Views' of Onialia
" - XNi
l-'ulrliankU Stamlnnl Scalnt.
205 FARN1IAM STREET,.
oia.iv;aNroT3x,. a at
7axi J Dross wij
190 3Tcxrab.a-m. St.,
One door rt ol Abbott's llook Plorj.
Ait klniUnrciotblmr msJrt to order. Clean
ln and Jtepalrln t done at reasonable r.iloa.
(Jeutleoien's Vnrnlslilng Uoo.la constantly on
hand. nu 1-1 in
Omalia Steam Heat
PlumMngj Works !
HAS FITTINO ti FIXTURES,
Wroiifdil Iron, I'lpo Filling:, Trim
Alao a Urge asiorlma
ptoam Faotpi, Lift and Tew Fumpi, 7ali-
atiuJi, Wator OlosaU, Uath Tabs ou.l
8howBr Baths put up la tbs most
l,lumbors ami Oas Flttciy'. Material
nlwajs on .liinu.
'lllri '; I
1 1 11.11 (l
w , .1
w J-tfyjj&Bcrara u jaron
I'll Vr-KIINITV l)tUKCI'llt .
liltAMl llillAI. !;(ll CllAITI.ll 'tf
Nl.IIIC.Vv.SA M. U (iiund HUli l'clest, lr-
it It. I vliuitmi, I'latl-moiitii; N. Ieiity
(Jriiul High frlrsl, Uolierl W. Kiirims lliown
illlf, i;. (Iran. 1 King, I'lurks 1. i,,t ii.m .
Oin.ilm; I:. (Irand Scrll, A. II. ll.utliix, l.ln
(olii! C. (Ir.uid Truaiiurer, (li'orgu IS. (IniK.
I!, (fraud hocretary, U'. d. it. r.) Dmlel II,
Wliecler, l'I.itlinoiitIii (Irand Chspluiit, Itfv,
(i.H. Alexander, l.tiicoln; tlrand Utiurer. (p.
o. II. f.) .I.tnies V. .Moore, Ncbra.ln City ;
timid Captain of the Hoot; II. (). Itiitma, Fulls
City i llrnndtPrliirlpiil Sojourner, Tlios. A.
CreUh, llrowvlllc J (Iratnl ltoval Arili Uiplalnt
J. T. HibarlrlJiimlii :H'aiid itaster. ltd Vail,
John Iteeil, yulirnatai-CJf i Ur.inil JImIit, ttl
Vnll, Win. III. IhiHeii.sfKlaha; llruiid Master.
1st Vnll, lieth It. Tirjiuiurl, (Irand Island;
(Iratnl Htewril, rt. ljlVWurd, Tiviiiiim Ii t (I,
Ktercriwiu, ItolleTim; llraml (luard It. J Jin
OltANI) COMMAS Ii:ilYr-l?lr IloU-rt W.
i'urna., Ilrownrllle, It. i;. (Irand Commander.
Hlr Thos. A. Crelgh, llrownvllle, IJ. (Ird. Uec.
OMAHA-Capllol Ixlgs.No. 3, A. I'. Jk A.
M,, tnwts every Monday eienlng, Win. It.
COVI'.ItT I.OI)Oi:, No. II, 11111 M the witmd
Wwliiesilay lu mill month K. W. Hlewart
Uck llox lll.t.
ST. JOHN'S hOVQtt, No; Z'r meets the first
and third Thursdayi lit each month. I;. K.
(Alt the abora bodies mct In tbelr hall, Cen
trul lllock, FarnlmbrktHi?!, between litth and
OMAHA CUAITCU, No. I, Itoyal Arch
Masons, meets the first Tuesday In eaih month
Ooorgo P. Mayer, Secretary.
MOUNT CALVARY COMMANDltY, No. 1,
Knights Templar, meets In ronilavo tlio llrst
Thursday In each mouth, nt the Asyliiin, oil
Parnhaiu street, In l'loncer Hloek. Hlr Thom
as Swobc, ltecordcr.
OMAHA COUNCIL, No. 1, Koynl and Select
Masters, meets tlio flrit Friday In March, June,
September, and December. P. Mcltna, lto
cordcr. I. O. O. K.
(IRANI) CNOAMl'Mr.ST OP NIIIIRAHKA .
1ID. A. Cllns, M. W. tlraud Patriarch : John
Oamlln, M. R. O. II. P.; W. 8. Wells, II. W.
. H. W.j John llratis, K. W. (J. Hcalbo t l. 1I.U
Wliwior, 11. W. (1. Treas.i II. A. Wakofleld,
. W- O. J. W.J 8. J. Goodrich, It. W. O. Kcp.
lodges meeting In Omaha at Odd I'cllows'
Hall, Central lllock :
OMAHA IX)DOK, No. 2.-Meets every Prl
day evening. Justin Davli, N. (l.j John Htt-en,
ALLEMANNKN I.ODaB,No.8., (Ocrmtn)
Mects every Wednesday. Arnold Pel kc, N. U,
Albert Abel, R. Sec'y.
STATE I)DnE, No. 10. Meets orery Jton
day evening. Win. M. Dwyer, N. O.j J. (.).
J. (1. Jacobs, II. Sec'y.
IlEACON LODOi:. No. 2.-Meels every
Tuesday evening. Albert Tucker, N.O.J ('has.
l-androck, R. Scc'y.
IIESPERIAK ENCAMPMENT, No. 2.
Meets llrst and third Thursday in each mouth.
N. T. Spoor, C. P.j J. A. Tucker, Scrllie.
COVENANT DnOltr.E I.ODOE, No. 1.
Meets fourth Thursday In each month. Joint
Kvans, 1). JI.j J. A. Tucker, Sce'y.
RUTH REI1EKAH DEOREE I.ODOE, No.
1. Meets second Thutsday In cich uiuutl:.
J. Evans, N. O.J Mrs. T. J. Staly, Hec'y.
JA1MES SMITH, -
Wholesale mul IU'tall De.ilcr In
Fancy an Dress Goods.
IIAltt (JOODS AX JBiVKLllY,
SNo. 252 iTarnham stroet,5
I.l'.WlS 8. HKKD.
BYRON REED & CO.
Tho Oldett lUtaUlahud
Real Estate Agency
Keep a completo bstract of Titles to all Real
E.itato In Omaha and Duuglis county.
512 Fourteenth St., Omaha, Xeh.
GUSH He JACOBS
o ivx .a. xx .a.
M. J. JOHANNES,
Diamond Setter and
Twcntjr-tlireo Years' Experience In
tho Finest Factorlo9 In Now
York, Philadelphia, nnd
N, E, Oor, 11th and TJonglu, over McAna--...
HTTP. O. llox li. novtotf
rr x -v o li
Saloon and ltostauraut,
OOR. NINTH AND FARNUAM STS..a
PREI). WIRTII, - - Proprletori
CONCERT given by Prof. Sjlirooder and the
liuwORCHKSl'RION, DAY ami NlilHT.
iMTTho Orchestrion Is una ef tho Isrgrst In
tho world, and j.lajs 71 of tho newest and best
i"1"" a ii xr t u e t fi v H'tiDi'iT
J&KfftVSOA pcrday. Agents wanted I All
pvJtUiV classes of orklug people, o
either sex, young or old, make more money at
nu, iur us in iueir spare moments, or an til
limp, thin at aurtlilng olse. Address OT
Stlnson A Co., Portland, Maluo. norS-ly
lath Street, South of It. R.
Ball Every Saturday Nightl
Mrve-I at reasonable figures. oct 17.11m
. JOHN BURKE,
209 FARNIIAM STREET,
Ifc'twoon I2llt and 13th,
The meetings of tlio Ulato Boards
of Agriculture anil Horticulture in
this city, tak'o place on l'riilny next,
.luniury 3d, instead of miiiiiry (itlt,
ns -111110111110(1 by ua by inUtnkv.
Tin: pro flta on Stale printing in
Knnsa., under tlio present laws, arc
estimated nt $25,000. We apprehend
tltcro i.s not quite as heavy n margin
on tho recent contract for printing in
The Italia! immigrants have ut
hist fot'tul i temporary occupation.
They ato now employed in shoveling
snow oir tho aidcwalks nnd streets In
New York, a line of business which,
we apprehend, they never had occa
sion to experiment on in sunny
Secretary Boutwei.l is said to
be perfectly sanguino about succeed
ing Vico President elect Wilson to
tho U. S. Senatorship. It is nlso
alleged In political circles that Bout
well's successor to tho United States
Trensurcrship ii already selected,
and will promptly take his position
on March Oth.
The contest for tho Florida Scna
torship is expected to culminato on
tho Becond Monday of January. Sen
ator Osborn, whose scat becomes va
cant, Is nlrcady on the ground, but
the opposition of his colleague, Sena
tor Gilbert, is likely to provo fatal.
It is thought by some that Governor
Reid will succeed Osborn, whilo oth
ers predict tho election of an entirely
Wfi had supposed that tho perpet
ual motion mania had subsided years
ago, but, judging from tho tenor of
our to-day's telegraphic ndviccs, there
nro still scores of infatuated individ
uals racking their poor brains with a
view of finding that "philosopher's
3tono" of inventors, which issupposed
by them to promiso not only immor
tality, but n rounu million in green
backs. The Ualtimoro Sun predicts tho
ro-clection of Senator Spencer, of
Alabama, by Democratic votes in tho
Legislature. The Sun charges Spen
cer with having tickets printed nt
Washington with Grint and Wilson
at tho head, and tho Democratic can
didates lor tho Legislature nt tho bot
tom, in accordance with a bargain
previously niado by Spencer with
tlicso candidates. Tltd Washington
.Cluoniclrt remarlo) in this connec
tion: Wo .shall won know how much of
truth there is in this statement. Tlio
tickots for Alabama wore printed in
this city; but that they contained
tho names of any Democratic legisla
tive candidates is a statement wo
would bo glad to discredit.
Another batch of converts to
Mormon ism, reached thin city yes
terday. Tho Chicago Times very
"That forty human beings, from so
enlightened n country as England is
supposed to be, should cmbraco the
wretched and atrocious faith of Mor
moni3in, and leavo their homo to join
tho ranks of Brigliam Young, is cer
tainly a very remarkable
fact; yet that number of
British converts actually passed
through this city, on yesterday, en
routo for Salt Lake. Perhaps, if tho
truth wore known, it would appear
that England had more to do with
their conversion than tho Mormon
mis.sionories. Tho poverty nnd
sulTering thnt thoy may Lo suptKJscd
to havo endured at home, doubtless
prepared them to accept any doctrino
that gavo promiso of a bettor material
condition than that with which their
former faith hadcomo loboassocatcd"
Bcatrico i.s to havoanow flouting
Tho winter term of the State
University begins January 2d.
Mcnsles in tho family prevontcd
the publication of tho Fremont Daily
II o raid Inst Thursday.
Track laying on tho Midland Pa
cific Railroad west of Lincoln is pro
gressing vory rapidly.
Lincoln hotel keepers nro prepar
ing for a grand chnrgo along tho
wholo lino upon tho legislature nnd
Tho nssessed valuation of taxablo
property in Gago county is $1,881,370
nnd tho amount of tnxes levied for
1872 is $74,128.44.
Tho B. h M. R. It. company's
land department announces that pati
ents havo been received by thnt com
pany from tho government for their
Deacon Win. E. Hill, nlso Grand
Master of tho Masonic order, In this
State, and Rev. T. B. Louion, of tho
M. E. church, made their debut on
tho tragio stngo at the public school
exhibition at Nebraska City last Wed
nesday, In presence of 400 persons.
Mr. Hill was acting Bolshnzzar,
while Mr Lemon personated Daniel.
Tho North Platto Advcrtizcr of
tho 23th Hays:
"The new military post. A now
military post is to bo erected on tho
northwest part of our villngo plat.
It is to bo a six company poet. Tho
plans and tpcci(lcations tiro nlrcady
mado out, and the lots on that portion
of town are withdrawn fiom market.
Fort McPhorson, will, therefore, bo
llko Kearney, ono of thothings.of tho
Omaha, Tuesday Morning
8.cl illy rejsittud for Tub Osiaiia IIkk, 1 y the
(Inst Western Telegraph Coiupiiiiy.)
RUMORS CONCERNING CABI
HUNTING FOR THE BODIES
IN THE CENTRE STREET
Wabiunhion, Dec. .!0.
A special to tin. Times says thus
far it is known that three members of
tho cabinet will positively retito on
tho 4th of March. Fish, Bou'well,
and Williams, all of them will then
tender their resignations. But only
thesobo far nro known that will decline
further service. Fish will retire in
accordance with his own determina
tion long einco expressed, although
tho President has recently expressed
his ver strong desiro to havo him
remain in the cabinet as long as he
remained in the Presidency. IJout
well will ic tiro, whether called to
service in tho Senate or nol. Attor
noyGoneral Williams will likewise
voluntarily decline turthcr oilers of
service. In refercneo to their suc
cessors nothing has yet been devel
oped, .but current gossip mentions
Hon. E. Rock wood Hoar, of Massa
chusetts, for tho Stato Department,
and Hon. E. D. Morgan, of New
York, for Treasurer. Tho transfer of
Secretary Delano to tho same depart
ment, is also suggested.
New York, Dec. 30.
Men cngaed in searching for the
bodies of victims of tho Centre street
tiro exhumed seven this morning,
and before night hopo that they will
havo recovered other bodies of tho
missing. Relatives und friends of
tho victims are nearly heart-broken
at tho delay which occurred. It is
proposed that one hundred able
bodied men, now inmates of tho work
house committed for petty offences,
bo brought from tho Island, and
temporarily incarcerated in tho tombs
that they may bo taken from there
and put to work on tho ruins, und as
a reward for their labors they bo after
ward discharged by tho magistrate
who committed them. Their plan is a
novel ono in punishment for slight
oilVuccs, and is approved by tho com
missioners on Charity nnd Correction.
Yesterday a delegation of the In
ternationales waited upon tho Inspec
tor of Police, nnd requested permis
sion to dig out the bodlesand victims
of tlio Centre street fire. Tho Inspec
tor had no authority in tho mutter.
Before leaving, however, thoy learned
that work had already been com
menced. Tho (settlement of tho claims of
tho Erio railroad against Jav Gould
is still in progress, and not likely to
bo completed for several days, as all
tho deeds are noi, copied. Barlow
hnd an interviow Saturday with
Gould's counsel, nnd reports every
thing satisfactory. Most of tho deeds
havo been signed and copied, and tho
remainder will receivo nttcntion
as boon ns possible
Tho members of tho American Club,
in sympathy with tho death of Dr.
Townloy, adopted resolutions appoint
ing ten members to act as pall benr
ors; that tho club pallors bo draped
in mourning for thirty days, and
re uesting tho members to join in tho
funeral ceremonies; thnt a copy of
tho resolutions be &ent to tho friends
of tho deceived and the. press, and
that the resolutions bo enrolled upon
tho minutes of tho club. Tho funeral
takes placo to-morrow.
New York, Dec. 30.
A fire occurred at 7 o'clock yester
day evening in tho shoo btoro of
Mendall Jacob--, CC Baxter street,
involving a lo.-s ef $5,o00 on the
stock nnd building. Partly insured.
To-day, by thodirccJiun of Coroner
Herman, a largo force of laborers
weie bet to work to remove tho ruins
of tho lato fire on Centre Htr'ect, and
to discover tho bodies of tho victims
burned. After thieo hours work one
man found tho burned and mutilated
body of a girl, who was recognized
by a ring on her finger, nnd proved
to bo tho body of Jano Stuart, a girl
employed in tho building. Up to (J
o'clock last avening no more bodies
wore discovered. , Tho policemen
have formed lines in front of the
building, and all traflic has been
Btoppod in that direction. An im
mense crowd of spectators gathered
today to watch tho operations of tho
Memphis, Dec. 30.
Tho rivor frozo nbout thrco inches
Friday night, but tho ico is somewhat
thinning out; it is still vory heavy.
Tho stenmor A. J. White, fearing the
breaking of another gorge, got up
steam nnd pushed iter way through
tho ice, and landed safely below.
The Bteamor Yearger id on tho op
posite fcido of tho river. Thobtcamer
Arlington dropped down last ovoning
and took a placo nt tho landing. Tho
steamer Bello Leo wns aground Sat
urday on Holenn bar, with ico nil
nround her. Tho steamer Legal
Tender is at Edward's Point, soventy
fivo miles down tho rivor, nnd is in
safe hnrbor. Tho Bteamor .Mary
Boyd, with eight hundred bales of
cotton, is four miles below hero, nil
right. A special from Holona says
that the tug boat Webstor wns wink
by Ico on 1 riday night. Tho steamer
J. O. Baker, a produco boat, with
nineteen hundred bushels of potatoes
from Malinda, 111., was nlbo Mink.
Tho river rose thrco nnd a hulf feet
in twonty-four hours, and four feet,
soven inches in all. Tho Belle Lee.
got on uto oar last night, nnd pro
ceeded up to Island No. CO, with tho
Phi! Allen, and is now there.
December 31, 1872.
Cincinnati, Dec. 20.
The tug-boatrt hao broken up tho
ico between Newport and Covington
liridiro, leaving tho river i'reo of ice
tho length of tho harbor. Below the
Ohio :tud Covington bridge the Ice
wns solid, nnd Wits crowded with
skaters, if tlio gorgo hero should
break away first, or as pooh
us tho gorgo above, all
will bo well. This, however,
is hardly probable as the gorges below
aro much ltcaricr titan thoso above.
Ono gorgo was reported to bo sixteen
miles in length, and piled up six or
eight fivt high. Tho steamboat men
are very anxious as to tho result, anil
their ltojo is that it will not rain.
Memphih, Dec. 30.
Tho steamer Webster which sunk
nt Helena, was valued nt $0,000, and
insured in Pittsburg and Wheeling
companies. A produco boat, owned
nt Galena, ill., ami containing 2.000
barrels of potatoes, was sunk nnd lost.
She was insured in tho New York
Mercantile Mutual for $5,000. The
entire coal flcut ut Helena, fomccight
on ten barges in nil, was swept away,
on Saturday night, and sunk. Three
more produce boats were crushed in
the Ice, and are a total lo-s.
Brooklyn, Dee. 30.
Dr. Talitt.tge, whose ehiirclt wis
dotroyed by liio on the 22ud,
pre.tcht'd yesteiday in tho Academy
of Mu.-ie. Tito attendance, both in
tho morning and evening, was very
large. In iilaco of the regular bor
viees in tlio evening, tho pastor
talked concerning the destruction of
the Brooklyn Tabernacle, and the
measures propo.-ed lor building anew
church. It was proposed, he said, to
rebuild it nt once, using brick, and
expected the now building lo be
ready by next winter.
Chic'AOo, Deo. 30.
.Wheat No. 2 cash, fresh receipts,
911. ontl,.,. .,,,, .11. 1 1)11. ...II.'
, will.. IIIUIIUI X ..1 , i nunui
213; Feb. 1233.
Corn No. 2 cash. IVpsIi rcceititi.
31c; boiler month, 31c, seller Jnn
uary, 31 Jo; Feb., 31 Jc.
Oats No. 2 cash, fresh receipts,
21 l-2c; K'ller month, 21 l-2c; seller
Barley No. 2 cash, fresh receipts,
C(iC7a; seller month, (JOc; seller
Dressed Hogs ljc.
Clilcniio I.tvo Htoc-U AlurSut.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 30.
Hogs Receipts 9830; 17 cars back.
Market steady at $3 703 85 ; bulk
at S3 053 70. OfliciitT, Saturday
eight thousand, 0 30.
Cattle Firmer; native ?l 00050.
Texans $2 003 50.
Sheep 53 005 00.
Slesv Vork Prudncu Miirkct.
New York, Dec. 30.
Flour Dull nnd nominal at
$(? 907 20.
Wheat Firm nnd nctive; No.
2, Milwaukeo held at ICO; Chietiro
Corn Held nt CG0CG l-2c.
Oats Strong at4719c.
Rye Quiet nt 95c.
Barley Firm nt 8S9k
Whisky Quiet at 9t597e.
Freights Dull at 8 1-4.
Pork Inactive at 13 25.
Lstrd Heavy ; held at 73-le.
Dressed Hogs Quiet at $5 80.
Union Pacific liailroad
QENEUAL FREIOHT DEPARTMENT,
ujiaiia, iievciiiucr .j, is,
On nnd after January 1, IBM, all Special Kale
and Contracts of every nature, not lit on-nrd-anco
with tho regular printed Tariffs, Clalfl
(.ulloiis, and Ittilcji of this Company, will ler
mlnatoaiid Iwcomo told.
E. P VININd,
Oen'l Prclght Agent.
T. K. SICKELS,
100 T0WX LOT
POIt s.w.t; IN
Vt e do lint offer you lots In soma outallu ad
dition, away fiom the Improvements nnd busi
ness of tho city. Our bitsuru I'lltiT-CLAhH,
In tho OUU1INAL TOWN PLAT, neir the
railroad station, where must business is tiun
uctcd. lliesd lota are equal In value to lots al
ready sold. Callnt inyoffW, in Omaha, and
examlno tlio plat and prion list.
OEO. P. MAYER,
. j TuwnIt.BeiitU. P. It. It.
Dc-cuiber 2.T, ls7. dcc20-dl)t
JUNTA CI.AUS'S HPIIIU:.
The night beforo Christmas folks used to rny,
bantu l'l.uisi,citlereil his gifts rum Ills ululglt
Hut since tho election ho felt h lppy, got tlghl.
And so King muddled got ahoad of his night.
When mneloped In furs o'er-welglied by his
Pulf a cek lieforo Chrljtniai he started out
on Ids track.
hat tho old follow drunk I r.-illv can't say,
Hut It niado him steer wild and his team ran
Tho north polar door bo left open you see,
as (oiks often do when thoy go on a spree.
Hie imiiilo who llo up on Cupllol 11(11
Heard the clatter of Reindeer wliou all cl.o was
Nicholas bobbed up nnd down In
hllo his team madly plunged dui
He hiccoughed and laugliod, but could do noth
When juit nt that moment bo reached Bunco'
A bright Idipi struck him, ho determined at once
A this was the Umu run by J. W, lluiuo,
Ho would empty his aklgh, tiusthls stock to
Assured hi friends would thi-to get their full
RjinemU'rHt. Nicholas lipidiiuvrtrn
Now 1 ork hat, cap aud fur slure, 2U'J
Is at tho
iilwi""' ,,,!IK,n'",'' f"r, 'Vwof nil kliu'
Everything at low prices, 2jy Douglas street.
P. S. This Is an entirely new stock of goods
comprising the nobbiest suits ,...i .in n...
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jy 4 Ji i
ONE MILIION AND A
ELEVEN' MEN BURIED IN THE
London, Dec. 30.
Two ntoio failures are reported to
day. Ex-English share-holders of
tho Illinois Central Railroad stock
are urging tho appointment of Com
missioners to iniitiire into the man
agement of the road. Tito Illinois
Central isiiuoted nt 100 1-2101 1-2,
and is llrm on rumors of common
dividend of 31 cents.
Washington, Dec. 30.
The truth of tho statement tele
graphed hence that Botilwell has
written a letter of resignation as Sec
retary of tho Treasury, to take ef
fect on the 15th tif February, is do
itied at tho Treasury Department,
and no one at tho executive mansion
has heard anything of the kind.
New York, Dec. 30.
The weather is clear and very
Arrived Greece, from Liverpool.
Count Corli, Italian minister at
Washington, denies he hai been re
called. The East and North rivers are
badly blocked with ice. Tho lakes
at Central Paik were crowded with
skaters all day yesterday, and a reg
ular carnival ot sleighing on Harlem
Lane nnd tlio roads in the upper por
tion of tho city.
Tho Herald says one of the lend
ing stock operators has locked up ono
million nml n'half in greenbacks at
the solicitation of friends.
Froudo altered his determination
of sailing on Saturday last, and will
remain in the country nnothcr week.
A number of new schemes for rcoi
ganizing tho city government are ex
pected with the opening of the legis
lature It is understood that the
Committee of Seventy and Republi
can General Committee will each
Tho Mail says advices from Wash
ington report thnt Secretary Boutwell
has prepared his resignation, to take
eftect February 15th. Tho names of
Henry Clews nnd ex-Governor Mor
gan arc most prominently mentioned
as his successor.
Tho Tribune's Washington special
states that tho President visited the
Treasury Department yesterday
morning, nnd.wns for two hours in
conference with Assistant-Secretary
It is stated that tho place of trial
of tho civil suit against Tweed, in
which lie is implicated wilh.Ingctvoll
Garvey and Woodward, has been
transferred by a lute judicial order
from Albany to this county.
By tho lato decision in tho indict
ments ngainst Hugh Smith, it is
probablo that o Hashing in like man
ner must follow in similar cases,
leaving only two indictments which
were found in Oyer and Terminer
valid ngainst Tweed.
A htrgo forco of laborers were at
work yesterday cleaning snow on
Broadway and other street".
Tho Louisiaua committee, in a long
letter, deny tho statements of Sena
tor Kellogg and Gen. llorron, nnd in
another letter stato that tho secret of
tho whole diliiculty lies in tho politi
cal disappointments of Warmoutlt.
Tito risidenco of John Conner, in
Seventy-fourth street, was robbed of
three thousand dollars' worth of
jewelry last night.
Up to recess, nothing new was elic
ited in Stokes' case'
Burglars entered Trinity church
last night, and robbed tho contribu
tion boxes of SCO. They were in
search of the communion r-crvico
silver, which was locked up in the
Salt Lake, Dec. 30.
It has been iibrortninrd that eleen
iron were buried in tho Cottonwood
Miow-slide, homo of them being st Lin
gers (Voii) the East. But three bodies
ire yet found. Three more slides
it f.'i'UM d mi .Sunday. One man
v, .j i-.ifi,i,l down, but was lesetted
wutiiitit having unstained itiiysuiious
Tho Miiall-nox scare teems to havo
been a false alarm, us but one or two
cacs are known.
Tho Tribune of to-day btrongly
advoeetcs the appointment of tho
bonior member of Walker Bros.., for
governor of Utah, upon tho principle
that citizens of territories should hold
tho olllcial possession.
Geo. Q. Cannon has returned homo
for tho holidays.
Our week of rain and snow closed
San Francisco; Doc. 30.
A private letter from Arizona says
tho Leo family (circus performers)
consisting of eight persons, w.ell
known In this State, were murdered
by tho Apa'dics whilo on their wny
to Now Mexico through Aikona.
Generals Schofiehl and Alexander
Hilled for Honolulu on tho California.
Tho precise nature of tho mission is
not known, but it is supposed to havo
connection with tho present critical
condition of nfrairs nt tho Island.
Dayton, O., Dec. 30.
About twelve o'clock Inst Satur
day night, Mr. Victor Foster,
keeper of a keno bank on Third
street, shot nnd mortally wounded
two desperadoes named Edward
Spcrry nnd John Cathcart, who had
bereral times tnrcatencd his life.
Foster had just stepped into tho hnr
loom, nnd scolng his cnomlcs knew
tho result of tho meeting must bo
eithor his or their death, so ho fired
thrco shots at Spcrry nnd ono nt
Milwaukee, Dec. 30.
. Senator Carpenter wns banqueted
at tho Plankington llouro to-night
by tho Young Men's Republican
.CoivParnlmin & UthSis
Wo .in vo lunvjiip.siocl
Bola? Mireotly interested in
ono'oi tho heaviest
BOOT FACTORIES EAST,
Wo aro 'enabled tc compete
successfully ; with
Prompt Atleiitlon3(JIven to Orders.
EV. v. MOUSE & CO.,
And llSJ'.SiiiiimcrjStiwt, BOSTON.
B. & J.
VIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth. Street, Omaha, Neb.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL KIMS OF SCHOOL BOOKS.
Surelonl nooixiH .
L VAN CAMP, M. D.
I)isicuses Ids own modclncs, nnd tmililus
regular practice, niitkcs siwriilitfoa o DenuiKn
nieiitsiuid Dlhciws lV-cull.ir tn Wnnicii, l'istu
ln, Piles and other Discuses of tlio, Ilectmii.
Orrivuun.l Resl.loiice, Coiner ruriilinm nn.l
Utli Streets, first door tu the rllit, lip btulrs,
Oiimlia, Neb. Aildrcss Iah-U llox '.Ml.
S. D. Mercer, M. D.
Corner I3llt and DuiijtUs Streets.
H-;;:;;r..,rr, -Corner Twentieth iiud Welistei
streets. Offleo hours III A. M. lo l'J M.: I.i
Ik. to II. M. licli llox IIM. iiov'.-Jilwtf
Br. O. Eo Teanont,
.VIIYSIOI.VN AND SURGEON,
OfflCB r.ntr C. l (loodm til's Drnx Store,
180 1 arnham street, O111.1I11, Neb. lleslilenco
At 417 Twelfth Btroet, Isjtwemi Howard nnd
Jkson. Lljjht und nlglit lsjll at liousu door.
ISAAC EDWARDS, M. D.
Cua always ha fonml at Ills ofilcu excopt
when akeiit 011 profesilomil liusliiess.
181 FARNIIAM STREET,
'"Cl'Mdtf Omaha, Neb.
Office, Houlheast Cornor roiiKluH and Ulli
Mtr.l'ct"LVntr,'!"C0 " ItoaKta btrect, Omilui,
Neb. Ofllco Hours! 8 to 10 A. M., U to I and j
1: i. IjUht and Nlglit Hell at Ofllco door.
O.S. WOOD,.M. D.,
VISSOIIER'B J1LOCK. ROOM NO. 7
Northeust corner of lath and Douglas.
Office Hours-8 10 10 A. M.j 1 to l, and tn
1. M.ltoildciico Northeast corner Nlm
eiitliand Vnv, Units, OMAHA, Ni:it.rrr:
Oue copy, mio ear, In adrttneo ,,
" fix months, "
PIto co'ilct to one address. In adv&nco.
Ten " " "
Twenty " "
WILB.U - E,
K eel.il ntletitioti lvon t
OITICK-Oicr Ouialin Nation nk.
Residence, on Oas stjectlbetwoo,, 1.1(1, m
ii'i'i. r. o. iiek llox aai. Jytidtf
Br. A. F. Budeliu
m KOUItTKRNTII KTIIKCT, three
North of IVst Ofllru,
ilN.,l0.,i,ll'm"t", "" ''Ise-ws. l'artltular
?.Vlv ",Klw"' ""'''U'liii-s iinda Uuxiiilanil
ir nlih " 1'0l""l""!'1 '"' l'UM, cither day
- '"''" Jiilyautl
Brs. Mcdiifllu & Fowler,"
Physicians and Surgoona.
OMceiippuiito OrtndCimlral Hotel,
I'AHNHAM HTIIBCT, OMAHA.
Spoelal iiltoiitlon paid to Chronlo illeseasei
d FRED. SAXENDBRGBB,"
llonitupnthlc Physician, Surgeon ami
Oaica ca 13th et., tot. Jaokson and Joaes iti.i
" iciis p-ttrotiise, and will elm
icililaiico on all piofosilon il en
3Di S. Oarravalloli,
DR. MED. AND CIIIItURGj
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13 KAUNHAM STltnKT, ncs
Oi'iit'K Huuns-8::i0 .. M. and 1 to 1 p. .
470 TWELFTH ST., 0UAnA.:NJJB.
sorVXa?1!'l'lurMi',niK.rl".'"niJ ,:nlv,. """". 8cla-
oct I .lt.lm
kt pi,,HTi,.iU;lw'.'0," 1l'm";',""" ''''Hi t'-CIS
h.i'i,''.U,I1vV'""'l,"'" ,4U ril hiil 1
liilely added M more loom. I, ,,ow ,.,.. ,",
&.'.". ,hr,'"!.cUss vw tJ left's; ,o
10 SI pur day. At
ff!Vl 3;v?J -C?N VSVH ,--i
DOOR A TUAT0IIEU,
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