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OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
llllADV A Mc Al'SLAND, (! .in,l 3.H Four
Krnili lri(ji. Jjrvuil
JOHN II. LT.CK. Hiker an.l (leuoral Deal
rut Hour and l'rovliloin Mxtcenth street,
lelweeii dililurnla onl Wlnler.
ttootn ami .Shorn.
V. If WIIH'NCY ItjuH and Hhooi, S19
WILLIAM KIll'I.L, r-hlc.j slroet tH!twen
Twelfth ami Thirteenth. Jjf'.TK
lUCKSrON.t IIIIO?., Nlnlli street, bctwivn
Jackson ami Jones. Jy!17lf
JACOIt I'UUKMAN. Pacific- Mit Market,
torm-r Ninth an I Icivunwortli street.
I'KANIC I.. SIcDONALD, dealer In Gmfi-o
llonery, l'riilt, Groceries and Poultry. Corner
Tenth and l'Uriili.ini. I.iniilios proi.ircl to or
ilcr (or IniTcllora. J yi It f
MILS. SMITH. Twelfth stroct.het. Tarnliain
Jfttriify, c-nnt itit. JylCll
J, A UOi:i)i:il. Iru,sslst, turner 12th ami
Ire Cream mill Soilu Wilier.
ANIll'.l'.W IIKNDUICK9. Ico Cream ami
Soji Water, North1ia.1t corner of Ninth mill
Harney ' Jjrlttlm
ritr.Srit . Ml-KOON. rirti ami Accident
nxnniiitu Ai;nts, out tlio I'ost offlcc.
JllwllCO Of CIlO l'oltt'ft.
JOHN W. IiYTM:. .IiiMlcn ol tlio IVaco.
'IfllcooVLr I'lrst Nation il Rink.
OMAHA Sl'liAM LAUNDRY. Corner of
I wcnly-llrsl and Izard streets. Ordor sluto at
M. KI.OliriT.lt. Nn. vi'JO Iirnlnm street
JIM. N. MUltl'IIY, N. W. Cor. IMIi una
Paint, OIN nml Ulaai.
11IIAPY A MeAU.lLAND, mi ami 033, Tour,
tccnlli street. jy20tl
" DUI'KY'S." o; lltli street, icttrceii Turn-
lian and Harney. )y2mil
l'i:i:MIIJM SOAP WOUKS. Powell Co.,
till ni.itiiif.ictu.ro tliolr ielelir.ite.1 ' r inluni
-Joap. l'lvo llrHliromiuiin awarilfl liT Douk
t:n county ami Statu Fairs, mil Pottawattaiulo
Comity, Iowa. OrJers solklleJ (rum tlio trailo.
Niidn Wntcr MiitiurnctiircrM.
(I. HIMMItOD . CO., Mineral ami S0J.1 W
'or. Healer tn Cl.ler ninl llotlleil Welti Heer.
Lock Hot W7.
Oiuulm Steiiill niiiiiurnciory,
Ko.UOO I'uriihnnt street J. II. l'lerte, iirnprl
Uir. Onleis taken fur Seals, Proe?, Stamps,
lljjppjja ami Key Cliecki. fctenclls tut wttli
lien iiiukliii; a letter nt 0110 Wow.
AT UNl'linCKDKN n:iLY LOW Pl'.ICT.S
To Close Out
Cor. tJJlli mul Dongliis,
GLAMK. &, rilENGH,
all oKDSin rnou the country
WlwL'Mlo ami Uelall Dealer ln2aixJ
Fancy Ian Dro33 Good3.3a
HAIR (JOOI)S ;AXI .ir.WEI.UY,
i3No. 252 Farnham stroot,
(Oppolto (I ran.l Central Hotel,) ya
G-ISH c JACOBS
Saloon and Itostaurant,
00R. KIKTH AND FABNIIAM BTS
I'llKli. Wlliril, - Proprietor
L'ONCIMIT Riven liy Prof. Sclirnoler ami tlio
nowOHCHianilO.V, DAY ami NMJIir.
liTThe Orolifstrloii Isnnoof tlio largest In
tlio worM, nn I plays 7) of the nowest anUbest
Qtii fiO A lHr ''' Agents wnutiil I Alt
fJtllVfjliwV claues of working people, o
either sox, yuung or ohl, make more uiouoy al
work for us In their spare moments, or all th
Hme, than at anytlilii'i else, Ail.lre.s II'
Slliuoii A Co., Portlatiil, Maine. nov&-ly
209 FAHNHAM STRECT,
lletween l.Uli rml IStli,
..i1l,VXl IIOYAL AHCH niAITKU OP
N .IUAShA-M.i;.Or?i.JIIlKl, Priest, Hot
!,rl lV,hlr,l".",'jn'.ll"l,,l""",S N. Deputy
ilran.1 1IM, Pflwt, llouwl W. Fiirnaj, liriwn.
Omaha: L. tiranil Krll, A. (I. Hasting, Lin!
iLh'i!!1" Irea'urer, George IS. Draff,
I.. Urniiil Socretary. (p. 11, 11, p.i Danlol II
Wheeler, Plattsmouilii "rami Chaplain, Iter.
J,,,1J;A'"'"'w.'ncoliij Orand lecturer, (p.
1V..V1 r.'. .J1"le'. ? 'oore, Nebraska cfly i
J'.T !. ",,,n,, principal Soloiirncr, Tina. A.
( relgli, llrownvllle j (Jraml Itoral Arch Cnplalnl
J. I . Ileuaril, Lincoln ;(lraml Master, Kl Vail,
J."1?." .!5dt e'""k City i Grand Master, U
.' ?"j. '."' " "oiren. Omahaj Grand Master,
lit till, Geo. II. Thnminel, Grand Maml ;
Grand Steward, S. 1 V. Ward, Teeumseli j G.
Miovcnioii, llelleruo; Grand Guard It. U.Jcn
OltAND COMMANIiKUY-AIr Ilolwrt W.
I iirn.is, llroirnrllle, It. L. Grand Ojuiiuander.
fir Tlioa. A. Crelgh, llruwiirlllo, L. Grd. live.
OMAHA-CapltoI Ixxlge, Nn. :i, A. P. . A.
JL, meets every Momlny oreulii);, Win. It,
. j n vu , oeereiaro.
COVCtlT U)D(li:,No. II, meet the second
Jednelay In each month L W. Stenart
lwk llox Ul.'I.
ST. JOHN'S I)D0i:, No; V,, m.vts the first
and third Thursdays In raeh nioutli. II. K.
lAlltlipalnre Indira nirvt In their hall, Con
llu 1 ,,rnl",m "ee'iK'tweenlSlh and
OMAHA CHAlTnil, No. 1, Uoyat Arcb
Mnjiis, meets the first Tuemlay In each month
(icorgo V. Mayer, Secretary.
MOUNT CALVAHY COMMANDItY, No. 1,
Knights leinplar, meets In conclavo the first
I Uurmlay In each month, at the Asylum, on
I arnham street, In Pioneer lllock. hlr Thoiu
OMAHA COUNCIL, No. 1, Royal and Select
Masters, meets the first Friday In March, Juno,
Selitctlllrfr. nn,l ll.w,..,lu. t. t..n... ft.'
I. O. ). V.
iii!IIAIU). 'CAMPMIINTOF NEISKAHKA.
HD.A.Ulna.M.W. Grand Patriarch j John
GiuiiMn, M. i: G. If. v.. y. s. Wells,' It. W.
It. Y O. J. W.; S. J. Uoodrich, It. W. O. Rep.
1-o.lRCi meeting In Omaha at Odd Fellown'
Hall, Central lllock:
OMAHA L0D()LNo.2.-Mcct every Frl
lay evening. V. M. Matkey, N. G.j Peter
Hoyer, R. Sec'y. '
ALLKMANNLN I-01)Gi:,No.8., (Ocnuan)-
11 . .. '. .. ! !"T,i,l, rt'oiu i-eyxc, in.li.
Allien Aliel, 11. Sec'y.
STATK. IXIDOn, No. lO.-Mectsovcry Mon
day evening. Thomas Keycs, N (. J. Oi
J. A.Tutker, 11. Sec'y. '
"BACON LODGE, No. 2.-Meels overy
Tuesday evening. A. Rosewater, N. O.; A.
Meyer, It. Sec'y. ' '
IIIMPIUtlAN KNOAMPMCNT, No. 2.
Meets first and third Thursday iu each month.
N. 1. Spoor, C. P.j J. A. Tucker, Scrllie.
covknant unohr.i: LODGK, No. I.
Meets fourth Thursday in each mouth. John
Lvaus, D. M.j J. A. Tucker, Sec'y.
itUTii hi:iii:kah hkoiibe lodge, No.
'."7.5'l't,ts "econd Thurmlay In each month.
J. Lvans, N. G.j Jtrs. T. J. Staly.-Sec'y.
I'lIKAl' HORSE STARLING AXU
Persons having Horses In the Clly can have
them well tared for and fed by tlio day or
i eek,at Tn-enty-Thlrd and Cumiulngs street, at
tl.o following rates : One Hur.ie, per day, -lOcts,
per rek, SJMj Two Horses, per day, 73U
per week, 83 1.
Viows of Omaha
M. J. JOHANNES,
Diamond Setter and
TirciitHhrco Years' Expcrlcueo In
llio Finest Factories In Now
York, Philadelphia, and
If. K. Oor. 11th ami Donghj, over UcAus-.-,,..
. .. lnil'anoSiore.
3"P. (). llox i.'U. novl'Jtf
School Furniture, Cliuruh and Rail
Senthiff, OHIco'Desks, '
Miim, i'lmrlM, 4JliiIirMItlucklourN,
ami nil kinds of merchnmll
no ltitn Nt,
190 Farnham St,
Ouo door west ol Abbott's Hook Store.
All kinds of Clothing mado to order. Clean
ing and Itepairlngdoiieat reasonable rales
Gentlcineu's i'lirnlililng Goods constantly on
91 50 rr
nov7-m Harney St., bet. 1 Ith and 13th.
The Central Hotel
The new building at the soutluast rornerof
U'avenwnrth and Tenth streets, one block
north of U. P. Depot.
JI7tf FRED. THUS, lTop.
HATS, BOOTS AND 81I0EH
Trom .tho ltt Factories. One Price only,
torner Muth and lAfaTHiworthstrsets, Omaha
Tin: new charter for Philadelphia
gives the ShcrilTot the Quaker City a
alary of $20,000 kt annum, but for
hiilrt nil fee.
Tin: Democratic Governor of Mis
souri has appointed his brother-in-law
an Private Secretary. Here Is
liberal nepotism for you with a ven
geance. The Jlrst fruits that follow the
agitation of tho Postal Telegraph
pchenic Is the nnnouncemedt of an
early general reduction of tlio tele
Tin: Herald Is evidently intent
upon killing Ilia Honor, Mayor .Mil
lard, for renomination and election.
It has of htto undertaken to choke
him down with praises and ilattery.
Glohge Francis Train, who is
sometimes n lunatic and always an
Infidel, was possessed of enough henc
nntl faith to invest largely In the
Credit Mobilier, and earn handsome
dividends. Thoro is considerable
method In his madness occaionally.
An act "to protect female virtue"
lias been introduced iu tho Lownr
llotiso of the Mksouri Legislature.
It provides that any man who sc
duces a woman on iiromi.se of mar
riage shall have tho choice of hitch
ing jicrmancntly or becoming nn in
mate of tho State prison for a term
not exceeding five years.
TiiEpolittcal world Is to bo regaled
at an early by an exhibition of a
lively tjisslo between Governor Mc
Cook, of Colorado, and certain prom
inent politicians, who, wo presume,
aro partly disgusted with his ml
ministration of Indian iiiTtiirs, and
partly jealous of his possiblo inllti-
enco in tho coming Senatorial contest
in case of tho admission of Colprado
as n State.
For tho informaMon of tho New
York World and Omaha Herald we
would state that tho expenses of the
West Point Cadots. attendim? Pros!-
dent Grant's inugural, nro to be
borne by those who chose to partici
pate in the ceremony. The order of
Secretary Belknap is not peremptory.
It simply gives permission to the
Superintendent of the Academy to
grant leave of absenco to nil who
apply for them on this occasion.
From tho Fremont Tribune of tho
17th, wo glean that tho Linwood coal
discovery is fully confirmed. Boring
is still progressing. At tho depth of
ono hundred feet a third vein, esti
mated to bo ovor four feet thick, had
been struck. This coal is said to be
of a very fino quality. A shaft is
also being sunk by steam iwwer, and
wo anticipate thatall doubts concern
ing this important discovery will be
solved within a few weeks.
A rimrioN numerously signed has
been forwardod to Washington by
tho workingmen of Boston against
the proposed iucrcaso of tho Piesi
tlcnt'i salary to 50,000. Tho peti
tioners arguo that wages aro always
lowest in those localities whero the
govcmmetal or official, salaries are
highest. Although wo cannot com
prehend tho logic of this theory, wo
should prefer to have Congress refrain
from changing tho Presodcntial
salaries at present.
Our reverend contemporary, the
llcpublican, throws n back-handed
slur nt General Thayer iu its yester
day's issue, by berating tho Herald
for attemptingto defend tho General
against charges of corruption. The
articloln question winds up by de
claring that "tho General has gone
Fast, and will probably attend to his
own nfi'airs; but what C. S. Bushnell
swears to will befound very nearly
right." What a pity as much cannot
bo said for what Oeorgo Washington
Secondus swears to.
ron HALE 1IY the:
Biii'lliitoii & Mo. Hirer R. it.
Mf.MOXS OF ACMCS.
0a Ten Yeirs Credit at Eli Per Out. Iutcrcat
No (art of principal duo for two years, sid
thi'iuoouly ontuliith) early till puld In full,
l'r.onicis will pay lor land and liopmie
ncnt within the Koilt of the generous credit.
t"Hetttr terms were never offered, are not
now, and prubablr'neier will la.
Circulars, glvliu full particulars, are sup
plied gratis: any wishing to Induce other a to
emigrate with them, or to form colony, aro
Invited to ask for all they want to distribute.
Apply to GEO. S. HARMS. LaiJ Com.
lor Iowa Lands, at UUIlLINiION, IOWA
And lor Nubraska Lands, at LINCOLN, Neb.
Omaha, Tuesday 'Morning, January 211; 1673.
SpetUlly rcuurtid for Tin Omaha ISmi, by (he
OrcM Western Teleifrniib Ooinatiy.
THE WESTERN UNION PRO
POSES TO CUT OFF ALL
NEWS FROM CALIFOR
NIA PAPERS WHICH
FAVOR THE POS
PACIFIC COAST -MEMORIAL IN
FAVOR OF THE POSTAL
St. PirrEttsuuito, Jan. 19.
It is ofllciully iiuiiuuiicimI that tlio
Iriiiwmn government will go into
mourning out of resect to the late
,.-. .. . . Lonuo.v, Jan. 20.
I ho limes this morning says Kiijt
land lm, notified ltussia that the
British policy of inactivity ceases if
Russia invades Afghan Isle.
London, Jan. 20.
IhoRcv. Baptist Wresthesloy, tho
eminent English dissenting divine
and theological v.'ritcr, is dead.
resthesley, whoso death is an
flounced in tho nbovc dispatch, was
born in 1701), and is a brother of the
Earl ot aaincsborough. While a
young man ho becamo a minister in
tho Church of Kugiand, but after
wards left, anil joined tho Baptists
in 1811). He enjoyed much popular
ity as a preacher, nnd took a promi
nent place in many benevolent and
liberal enterprises. Among his writ
ings thoso best known aro his "Essay
on Christian Baptism," and "Lcttois
on tho Church of Rome."
Washington, Jan. 20.
Ill PoIiIIIiI'h Pmillllif ton ln..l.,w CI. I
ney Dillon was examined. Was at
the meeting ot tho Directors of the
Credit Mobilier when tho stock was
given by Durant and Ames to
Brooks, us one to whom they were
obliged. Witness had no porsonal
knowledgo of tho transfer of stock to
Brooks. Tho latter afterwards asked
the witness for fifty additional shares,
to which he was entitled under the
increase authorized by tho Credit
Mobilier. At Brooks' request the
fifty shares wero transferred to Nel
son, who borrowed $5,000 from wit
ntiss to pay for them. Brooks
did not claim additional shares on
the ground of influence he might ex
ercise on Congress, but solelv because
ho was entitled to them in conse
quence of owning 100 shares. The
Dillion committee adjourned till
to-morrow, and tho Wilson commit
tee will adjourn this afternoon.
Rollins, treasurer of tho Union Pa
cific ratlroad,appcared with tho books
of tho concern, which are now being
Washington, Jan. 10.
The Postmaster General has receiv
ed from San Francisco a memorial in
favor of Postal Telegraph as recom
mended by him, signed by ono hun
dred business men of that'eity. They
say they are very confident that the
adoption of tho telegraph businos by
tho Government will prove an im
mense benefit to tlio cntiro business
omniuiiity of tho country by in
creasing tho facilities of communica
tion between distant points, and thus
aiding tho development of trsule.
The memorial will be forwarded to
Congress at once.
It is understood that the
Senate Commitleo on Com
merce will to-morrow or next day
disposo of tho nomination of Joseph
Nimnio, Jr., to bo Supervising In
specting General of Steamboats,
which has been pending since early
in December. Ninimo'n confirmation
is opposed by tho steamboat interest
of tho country, and tho committee
will no doubt report against him, in
which ovent tho President will with
draw the nomination and select
another man wlioie experience nnd
qualifications may provo acceptable
to the great interests over which ho
is called to preside.
AnelUnt is being mado to induce
Congicss to remove tho tnx from de
posits in savings banks. Petitions to
this effect are being gotten up in New
York and otltor largo cities, and will
bo introduced in tho Senate iu a few
It is understood that tho Senate
will approve tho measure adopted by
tho House, and authorizo tho Presi
dent to collect tho claims adjudicated
by tho commission under thecouven
tior. concluded between tho United
States and tho Republic of Vcnzuola
April 25, 1800. Tho prompt action
taken by tlio Houso is iu accordance
with an allusion by tho President to
the subject in his annual message.
Tho bill for tho distribution of
claims against Great Britain, in 'no
cordance with tlio awards of tho Gen
ova tiibtinal, lias not been finally
considered by tho Houso Committee
on Foreign Affairs, but its nicmbors
wiy a final action will soon bo taken,
and n report mado to tho House.
There is a feeling in tho commit
leo against allowing tho heavy
claims of tlio instir.inco companies,
nnd if tho committee's views upon
this subject are carried out there will
undoubtedly bo a warm discussion
on tho question. Although tho bill
does not provido that Congress will
rcfjuluto tho payment of these claims
it is tho opinion of tho committee
that Congress ought to lay down the
rules under woich thoy shall bo paid,
ami thoy will so intimate to tlio
House. Tho commifcsiou appointed
to examine the claims will havo noth
ing to do but to ascertain if thoy aro
in accordance with Congressional rei.
Tho Committeo on Naval Afiltirs in
tho benato havo united unanimously
unon what is tlinnMi' tlm n,.n. ,,t.,..
i r r?T;t(Jr",K tluJ c'arr.vi''J trade of
mo uiiucii oia-.es. tho pinn em
bodies tho proposals of tho .Interna
tional Steamboat Company to'
awiMi.tj4Mipyyg-;v isrracRaiwsxwdsrr. c
tteet t an lion shin-building v.trd,
In which ores should be converted to
iron, the iron rolled into exact forms
and erected into ships, etc. The
plan meets with considerable opposi
tion on tho ground that it is designed
to create a grand monopoly, and it
will not probably reach a vote this
The dully Chronicle this morning
contains tlio following editorial from
leuiiDio sources: -wo learn that the
western Union telegraph company
has commenced a relentless war tip-.
on those newspapers on the Pacific
coast which nave advocated tlio pos
tal telegiaph system. Tho Alta Call
fontian, nnd Chronicle or San Fran
cisco, and Record of Sacramento, arc
the three most enterprising and in
lluentiiil journals iu California, and
they have been strenuous in their mK
voeacy or this measure. Tho
Alta hns received heretofore
all news dispatches sent by
Associated Press and fiom nil points
on the Pacific reached by the wires
of the telegraph. Now wo learn that
the Journal has been cut oil' by tho
COIllllMllV IVnill nil limol nml Silnlr.
nows, mid that It Is promoted to Btop
till going overland to the Pacific,
lho San Francico Bulletin nml H.-m.
ramento Union havo opposed tho
postal telegraph, and iu reward for
their services it is now reportetl that
tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany have been negotiating to obtain
control of that section of tlio Atlan
tic and Pacific telegraph lino between
Now York and Omaha, for tho pur
ppso of cutting off from all otiicr pa
jiers on tho Pacific coast every avenue
lor Eastern news. It will be remem
bered that tho Western Union Com
p.tny pursued a like policy with the
San I'ranciseo Herald in 1808.
New Youk, Jan. 20.
Tlio weather this morning is a con
tinuation of that of yesterday. Hard,
frosty streets and sidewalks frozen
makes pedestrianism somewhat diffi
cult and dftngcroiH. The weather is
A number of Spanish lesidents iu
tlllS I'ltV linvn SPtlt: n f.llmrratti tn tnr-
qttls Morosancdo, of Madrid, express
ing their indignation at Fish's offi-
viiu uuiiiiiiiuiu'uuou to qickics, ami
protesting against tho interference of
any foreign jwwer iu matters of
New Y'omc, Jan. 20.
George Henriqucs, a well-known
broker, formerly president of open
board nnd originator of that board,
died yesterday, at tho ara or sixty
live. Spiunoi-ield, Mass., Jan. 20.
Smith & UVssilll nl' tliiu n!i. !,.,,
concluded a contract with tho Prus-
si.tn government for thirty thousand
pistols. This is the second contract
given this firm for tho samo number
of pistols within thirty months.
Bofvrov. Jim. '-'0
The new Board of Health
...... .... ,, ... loauu mi ui.
dies to the public to-morrow morn
ing, detailing tho measures for sani
tary reforms. Tho number of lo.ilin
from biunll-pnx for tlio week ending
yesterday was ten less than tho pre
Ill tllO Storm VPstfinlnv tlio clnnm.
MUM r.ift- ti'ill iujin .... ...1
iliin Sir Francis, or tlm Livomnnl
Montreal Dominion lino, wan
driven on shorn nn MilMim-ir l..mi,
and went to pieces. Most of tho ves
sel's cargo has been saved, but the
beach is now strewn with fragments
of the wreck.
Brooklyn, Jan. 20.
Mayor Kalbfloisch's condition is
more encouraging, and his friend
more hopeful, but the physicians
could give no encouragement up to
11 o'clock last night. Erysipelas has
broken out on his face.
Jeiisey City, Jan 20.
Col. L. L. Dody, htto (icusioii agent
nt New York city, died Saturday
night at his residence hero of con
sumption. JOHN DE LAtfEY,
Lawyer and Justice of
Tenlh Sheet, Opposite City Hotel.
Omaha Steam Heat
(JAM PITTINM is riXTUKKti,
Wrought Iron, Plpo Fitting,
Alio n.largo assort mu
Steam Pumps, Lift and Foroo Pnmps, Wiuh
Hands, Wator 01oet, Bath Tnba and
Shower Baths pntnp In the most
t tatlsfactory tnannor.
Plumbers' nnd (las Fitters Material
always on .hum.
Dmitrlm SI.,UiuIer Hamilton House,
Cor. l.tlh nnd Boujrlns .Streets.
Pine Liqno s, Wines,
Iraportnd Alo and Porter.
, . UEl'ItiailMENTS AT ALL HOUItS,
THE LONDON PRESS ON THE
SAMANA BAY COMPANY.
London, .fan. 20.
I hero WCro n Innni tninilwii. nf iur.
sons at Chiselhurst yesitiday to hear
ui-:it;iiuu tne iuiicrai sermon ol the
late Napoleon. Queen Victoria nnd
Princess Beatrice sent flowers to be
placed on the tomb.
The Prince Imperial will soon re
turn to school nt Woolwich.
Tho Daily News says of the leao
ofSainnna to an American company
that it is not likely to givo rbo to
any diplomatic complications but
wholesoiiniess, this tendency to ac-
I'mu0 trrIt01 "fyui'd tlio continent,
lho 'limes is doubtful. Tho Uni
ted Stntcs presents tho spectacle of
communities maintaining liberty ami
otiler by tho exorciMi of nl.milni..
holi'-go eminent, therefore the Union
is strong and reutieotcd.
Messrs. An-low and Whaloy, mem
bers of Parliament, havo been fined
C100 each for publicly accusing Sir
John Duko Coleridge of conspiring
to deprive the Tieliborne claimant of
Washington, Jan. 20.
Si:nate Mr. Wilson presented the
petition of Wendell Phillips and oth
ers for a prohibitory liquor law.
Mr. Carpenter from the Judiciary
committee, submitted n majority re
port adverse to tho bill for tho relief
of the sufferers by tho Boston fire
Mr. Edwards, for himself, submit
ted a minoiity roiwrt, favoring the
bill. Both wero ordered printed.
Mr. Edmunds from tho Judiciary
committee, reported nth jrbcly on sev
eral bills to amend tho bankrupt law.
Mr. Wright from majority of Ju
diciary committee, reported it new
bill iu relation to bankrunt law. Tho
bill repeals tho bankruptcy act of
March 2, 1807, and nil supplementary
and amendatory acts, saitl appeal to
tako effect on tho first day of next
July, provided, thnt this repeal shall,
not in any way effect ny proceedings
iu bonkruptcy commenced befoie
Bills were introduced asfollows:
Fixing $2.G0 as the minimum price
nt which tlio government shallsell all
lands remaining to tho United States
within the limits of grants for rail
roads or wagon roads.
Mr. uraglii called up thoHousobill
fill tllll'Sl 4lw nMiim.i!.... -
to authorizo tho construction of six
steam vessels ot war. Tho amend
ment reported by tho Naval commit
teo is to iucrcaso tho number to ten.
Messrs. Stewart, Stockton, Morrill,
(ofMnino) advocated tho bill. Penn
intr notion on tlm hill tlm Miinitr. ,1
J10UHE. A bill was introduced by
Mr. Voorhees organizing the Indian
Tturitory of Oklahoma.
Among tho bills introduced was
ono by Mr. Coburn to provido that
no persdn shall be promoted iu the
army who is addicted to Intcmpcrato
use of intoxicating liquors or drug.
On motion of Mr. Negley it was or
lured by a vote of 1-iC to U0, that on
the 13th of February the committee
on commerce shall bo authorized to
report a bill relating to lines of inter
San Fuancisco, January 20.
A dispatch fronu.-Yrekn to-dav
states a nies-enger had just arrived a't
that jilace from tho headquarters of
Gen. Whcatou, commanding troops
in tho action against the Modoc Indi
ans. A scvero battle was fought hist
Fritlap. The troops under command
of Whcatou wero 200 regulars, two
companies of Oregon volunteers,
twcnty-livo California rillemcn, com
manded by C.tpt. Fairchilil, and a
few Klamath Indians, altogether
about four hundred men. Tho bat
tle took place near tho eastern shore
of Tulo Lake. On Thurr-day Captain
Bernard wont nrnnml tlm nnrii, n.,,i
- - ...W .w b. Villi
or tho lake to tho east sidn. nml t
tlip niwt. if Hunf r,n,l-'j ,.,,o:.:.... ii.
was to advanco against Captain Jack
from tho east and Gen Whcatou
irom tne southwest, tlto forces of the
latter to bo under cover of the lire or
howitzers. Thursday night such a
dense fog enveloped the country they
could not seo forty ynrds. Tho two
forces were then about twelve miles
apart, though to communicate with
each other, It was necessary to go a
much greater distance.
Friday morning Capt. Bernard
opened battlo against Captain Caii
tnin Jack, who had 2i'0 warriors con
cealed among rocks, along a lino two
miles in leangth. Geiu Wheaton
heard firing mid had lurnltornativo
but to move to aid Capt. But nurd
without tiro of howitzers. Tlio troops
fought tho unseen foo from 8 a. m. to
dark under terrific fire, tjuring which
bcarcely ouo Indian was seen. Tho
loss to tho troops was forty killed
and wounded. Loss of tho Modoca
unknown. Tho troops wero finally
obliged to retreat to camps. Ber
nard's forces boro tho brunt of the
battlo and suffered terribly. All
All cavnlry fought on foot. Ainonc
tho killed wero Frank Tromble, J. if
Brown, Oregon; G. W. Kobcrts,
mortally wounded; Capt. Perry
regulars, seriously; Liout. Kyle.'
slightly wounded. Tlio movement
was called a forced reconnoisancc.
Capt. Jack's position tho leaders Bay,
will tako 1,000 men to dislodgo him
from tho lava beds. Tho troops for
tho present can only prevent the
Modocs rinding on settlement nnd
Additional reports from tho sccno
of the battlo on Fsidny with tho Mo
docs givo tho whites known as killed
ten, and wounded thirty. Lieuten
ant Roberts, rof Fairchlld's commnnd
cannot live. Tho Modocs fought
naked and with tlio greatest desnera
tlon, springing from rock to rock
picking of tho soldiers, nnd obliging
many of thorn to hide thcmsolves till
darkness, which afforded menus of
escape lho troops mado soveral
charges along tho lino of lava bed,
but were lopuUed. Capt. Jack has
tho strgngest natural position in the
country. Howitzers could not 1
used to any advantage, owing to a
ll mi Itiui-Xfa-jajsjaALtuarartairisisiCT
.. 3NT X
v. (mhv J'si ni imm & 1-itiitsi.s
i Iwve mnv in'sioclc a
. romplolo line of
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. W10STHR.N TUAOE'i
Bciii" dircctlv iutdrootod',in
ono oi Lho heaviest
BOOT. FACTORIES EAST,
Wo nvn oufiblert to comooto
Prompt AtloiilioitftJiU'ii ( Orders.
liw. v. mouse & co.,
And IIS tiiiiiimi'i'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Fourteenth Street, Omaha, Neb.,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR ALL KINDS 0? SCHOOL BOOKS.
1". VAN CAMP, M.D.-
DlMicnscn his own nulltni, an I hosldoii
regular iinutlcf, iiiaLi'Ssiifrlalltfos nf 1Kt.ui.i
iiienlB ami IJlHttanfM l'.tullar lo Wtmu-ii, Pistil
H, rilc.i ninl uthor Dln-rucs of tho Itvctuiii.
OPKin; mid U.sld.iiicf, Coiiiit r.iriihiini and
lllliMrn-tH, flrUilmir Initio rljiht. up Kliilrs,
Omaha, Nuh. Addrus IaV liix ll.
S. D. Mercer, M. D.
Corner 13th and Douglas rilrwls.
niMiDRNrie nnriiiTTvnitlftli nn I Wohst.-i
streets. OHKo Imiirs 111 A. M. lo la M.j Li
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Officeoror 2M. r.nrnli,,,, .l.,,l 1, .,..... mu
andlllh.Oi.iaha. Drs.OA V. iro tl.o olios
rattlsliu Dentists lulliacity. Jan'JdAwlf
J. J. HUNT, M. B.,
OITICE..201) Hnrney ul., Between
Twelfth nntl Thirteenth.
fyf.'l! "tlcnlloii paid to Chronlo Dlwases
..-:: ,.. :.r:M,7 . w.-wii mouo or
..V.M.IH.UHU1 4.uiij i'JU'U.HfS,
b1(,)I1C0' 8llt,,ca"t Corner Douglas nnd mil,
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Ouo cpy.mio year, In advance ....fl f,0
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threo " "
Street. HOHTO.V; '
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Hii upoiu-l a illicni.iry nt
mi itMmriHwrii stueet, ihna door
"iirth of 1, of Hoc,
'twill rV-"""t ;.r nil .llwiHes. I'urlleular
' ' Vlw" tiM-hntotries and allsoxi ."l und
lirlidloillMsivn, whelhiT nriloor fenialo Tho
I oc won, hoeonsihcd at all honri olthrr day
Iiw. iHcHiiHIii ii Fowler,
Phytsioians and Surgeons.
OflUoiiiiiioslta (Jraml (,'ontral Hotel,
1'AUSII.VM BTItRBP, OMAHA.
Slwlal alleulloninld lo Chronlo dliwascs
t Tmnli,,l'UU',,i',1 ," ""'' "wiwiuffl
jo lemales. An entire y sueeenfiil i,,,j i
M, FRED. SAXBNBBRGBB,
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033CO on 13t!i st,, bet. J.-iek.on nnd jraM ,ta,
33- . 0?ro.vallali,
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mi. Y. EDWAltDS,
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