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OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
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lly J. P. rAHWKf.Ti, Twelllli ttreet. be
tween I'nrnliam mil DoukI.iv Hat ami Cap.,
II.hiIs ami Hliix.li, mi J Uovcirnmcnl Clothing.
lltlADY AMoAIJrll.ANI.fttJand535 Four
teenth street. Jyifotf
Hoot and Nlioc.
PHILIP I.AKO, IMl'arnhamstreet.tmtweon
W. NJ WHlTXttY Hoots anil Shots, 219
WIM.lAlt If RULFi, Chicago street huweon
rwolfth anil Thirteenth. Jltl
HICKHTON A imnrf., Ninth ilreit, lrttwn
JacVsoti and Jones. )y27ll
JACOIt FUHUMAN. PaeMo Meat Market,
torner Ninth and Leavenworth street.
POLAND A ELLIOTT. Jal, IJ, Ce
mont, Hair, etc. 131 Kariilnni street.
r'P.ANK I.. MrDONALD, elmler In Confec
tionery, Krult, Orocerletand Poultry Corner
Tenth and Karnhinl. Lunches prepared to r
dir lor travellers. JyU
J.'A UOBUI'.H, Dfugglit, corner 12lh and
Harney ttroeU. i
Kltl'.NCH A McKOON. Klro and Aocldent
usuranco Agonls, orer tho Poit pftlco.
JOHN VT. JiTTLC. . Justice of lh I've.
Olflro otw Mft Jfatlonal Bank.
Jeweler anil Optlelnu.
J.V, HAWVKIl.aiJlHujIi" at. Watches,
Clocks, Jowclry, Spoctsclrs, and Kyo-alasios.
ttktf.n ANOINO, ntc. Allen A Chandcfoaso,
Lockaraltln, Hell Hangers, Moch ntstsand pon
erallobbors. (luiu and PUtula eloanod and ro
paired. 8fo locks spuclalty. Northeast
ioriwrriiniliam and lllh at. feblSly
OUailA,.TEAM t.AUNDUY. Corner of
lwenty-6nrtnctlx3rd street. Order Male at
California 'Vina Company.
I'riiiiTTEIl. No. '200 Furulmni street
JIM. N. MUUPHY, N. W. Cor. IBth and
l'alnta, Olla anil Glum.
llttADY A McAUatiAND, Ml and ml, Four
teenth atroot. . )y20
11 DUFFY'S," 4J3 11th street, between 1'nrn
nan and Harnoy. jy23uil
1'llEMIUM SOAP WOnKS. Powell ' Co.,
itlll manufacture their celebrated r inlum
ioan. Fire first premiums awarded hy Doug
as county and Stato Fairs, and Fottuwattniiiio
;ouuty, Iowa. Orders sollcitod from tho trado.
Hoda Water Itlanatuctnrcra.
O. lir.IMUOD A CO., Mineral and Soda Wa
cr. Dealer In Cider aud Uottleil Weiss lleer.
ock Box 2i7.
naiiiii Mfniip.il nianuractorr.
No. 200 Farnham street, J. II. Pierce, proprl
Jtor. Orders taken for Beuls, Prosses, bUinips,
llaarago and Key Chocks. Stenrlls cut with
lies making a lotterat one blow.
Final Closing Out
to be closed out be
fore March 1. Job
lots to Dealers at
a large discount
from Cost. No. 218
Douglas, corner of
CLAUK & FRENCH,
ALL 0EDBR3 FE01C THE 00UNTBY
'Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In
Fancy an Dress Goods.
HAIR GOODS AND jjEWELUY,
No. 252 Farnham stroot,
(Opposite Urand Central Hotel,)
GISH & JACOBS
Saloon and llostauruut,
COB. NINTH AND FARNHAM BT3
FIIED. WIBT1I, - - Pro.rletori
CONCnilT glren lor Prof. 8chroe.ler and ibo
nowOUCilWrniON, DAY aud NlUll'f.
sTTha Orchestrion iinunof tho largest in
the world, and plays 74 of tlm newest mid Ut
ikfnft(A Prilay. Agents wanteil I All
epUtUepy clauses ol working people, o
either sex, younger oil, muko moro numey al
work for us In tlielr snare monicuts. or all tli
line, than at anything olo. Address 0
tlnson A Co., Portland, Maine, noto-ly
NBW GROCERY STORP
JUI.UIS UllCllSCHICK, JQl
Groceries & Provisions,
l.lijuors, Tobaccos, drain aud Produce, Toys,
0AB8, let. Thirteenth and Fourteenth its.
N19II All gools ilrUurol nr.
)nt copy, one year In advance,., ..
alx months "
" week " .. ..
MONTH f.V KIXAXCIAT. STATE.
MKMT OF TIIK CITY OV O.MAIIA,
FOIl JAMJAUV, 1873.
tITr KXPK.fDITt'IlK fOR MOVTII ENDING JIST
Of JAM'AUV, 1873.
To official salaries..... jsil 75
To city council salaries 2uu 00
To ollcodtpartiiicntss!arlra.. l.ttsl !W
To tlr. department " l 02.1 00
'io " " exciiscs ac- ,
count cji ji
To gas blllsfor Oct., Norland
Dec., 1872 2,103 73
Togas bills for.Tauuary, 137J.. C7' 71
To miscellaneous bills 2lt 80
By warrants Issued on general
fund In payment of tin
alOTe No. lit to No. 8ulln
eluslTO To specUl cash bills
By spsclal cash warrants Is
sued 17,107 (A
AllvrRACTOf RICCRlrTS, AS I'EK CITV TRrAftUR-
er'h hkport, ron TIIK month kndi.vo 31st
llfJANUAIir, I87J OK1KH4I. rUNtl.
To balance Dee. 31, 187J $11 CO
To amount of tax collected
during January 1,610 10
To Farnham and Sixteenth
street's fund transferred 1 80
Br warrants recelred for taxes
during January $1,5." I 81
By Interest on same 13 'M
By warrants paid In cash....... 1C0 bO
By Imprest paid Incasl to 89
lly balance Co Ct
8 1, CM So
- 11 iS !. " jf
To Istlane, Dec. 31, l72......S2,M'f
To amount of tax collected In
January Ml 21
. - . MNKINO 1UK1I.
Cr. by balancn on hand
' school ponT).
Tohalancc. l)ec. II. 1872
Foamount of tax collected 111
January' 177 81
To lines and licenses collected
In January 1,719 ZS
IJjr cash transferred to lioard of
II T balance on hand
, tOIS 77
To balance, Dec. 31, 1872
Tocnsh from police court for
uioals of prisoners
I'y warrants paid In January
Ity lulama on hand
IIALANCK IN Till! TltRASURV.
8lnklng fund $7,785 37
Hchoolfuud 1,917 oS
Special (ash luud 792 (VI
tkncrsl fund Co CI
Totalrashln treasury (C,333 C9
It City Auditor.
Ball at Lcntsclicr's Hall,
SOUTH OF NINTH ST. BRIDGE,
(Near tho Union Pacific Track),
Every Tuesday and Thursday Ev'ng,
Open at t Admission Thursdayeren
Ings, 23 cents.
Colfax County Nursery I
Itented on tho Union Pacific lUllroad, 70 miles
west of Omaha. Orer ono hundred
acres lti Trees, Vines, Shrubs, Ac.
e-8END FOE PRICE LIST.-a
Address U. I'. ICINXICV,
fcb.H-cod-dA.w2m Nchuylor, N!.
ACADE3IY OF MUSIC.
TWO FREE LECTURES
Prof. O. S. Fowler,
of ni:v yokk.
Tuesday Erenlng, Maroh 4th, on
LIFE AND HUMAN SCIENCE.
WediiPNdur, at 2 SO Ijidles only lVmulo
Health and lleauly. ltoth free.
Weilnesday Hu-ulug Lore and Jlnrrlnge.
Beats 80 ccnis.
TluirwUv. at 2.10 Ladles only Femalo
Henlthand lleauty llluslraled by modils. heats
Thursday Krcnlng ( gents On Slanhool
and bexual Scleucu. Seats SOceuls.
Public examinations ol prominent cltlicus.
Phrcnologltal consultations as to your own
and children's phrenology, best business, etc.,
at the Metropolitan Hotel till Saturday at lo
Krening Ictun-s at 8 o'clock.
(Dally pajicxs please copy.) fcb2l-12t
Carpenter and Builder,
XJxx-ro icm etX
The best 111 market for strength aud conven
ience. Plain or ornamental. Warranted
to giro satisfaction. Call nnd
G85 AND 007 THIETEENTH STREET.
Crolghton & Morgan,
PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, &0.
Fairbanks' Staudnrd Scales.
205FABNHAM BTREET, OMAHA. NEB!
Ilnupy Relief for Young Men from
the elfocts of Krrors and Abuses In oarly life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to marriage
remove.!. New method of treatment. New
aud remarkable remedies. JiooU and circulars
sent free in sealed envelopes.
Address, HOWARD AbSOCIATlON, No. 2
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a high reputation for bouora
bio coudrct and profussloaal skill,
CASS, hot. 18th ami lOlh Sts.,
tToIiu Oauo, Prop'r.
Siuar-curod Hams, lleef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Poultry, tlame.otc, constantly on baud.
Articles Promptly Dellveroil Fn-e of Charge.
N. II. riili standi for sale, the proprietor
having divided to engngo in another business.
Somctltiiig Now Under tho Sun !
urSecond-liand Clothing bought and sold,
cleaned and repalrvd at the lowwt rates.
201 PAENHAMBT., pet. 12th and 13th,
M'Wf A. MOItUIS.
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The Midland Pacific will bo com
pleted to Sownrd by March 1st.
Tub Council UltilTs paper-mill com
pany nrc about to wind up their or
ganization by mutual dissolution.
O.vr. branch of tho Maine Legisla
ture voted lor femalo suflrsga last
week-, and tho other branch didn't.
The local editor of tho Council
MuM Nonpareil, being hard pushed
for nn item tliu morning, iucendi
nrized his paper by reporting a fire
over In Omaha.
Uknky Wakd Ur.r.cni:u locturcil
in Hi. Ix)uls, last night, on what he
knowd about Manhood and Money
making. The gifted Divine ought to
now write up n now lecture on what
he knows about the seducing influ
ences of womanhood on preachers.
Nkmiaska City is busily engaged
relocating tho Stato Capital. Tho
public mooting held Monday night
decidod not to locate it east of Lono
Tree. Tho most promlnentnttornoys
and business men" participated in
the discussion, which is described as
extremely auimatcd on both sides.
Tho upshot of it all was tho adoption
of a resolution to lolocato at some
point directly west of Lincoln.
Tin last number of tho New York
Federalist very potulcntly exclaims :
"How much louccr shall tho buffa
loes and prairie dogs of Nevada and
Nebraska, through their Representa
tives in tho Senate of tho United
States, Messrs. Nye, Stewart, Tipton,
aud Hitchcock, cast their votes upon
tho vast commercial afl'.tirs of Now
York, Pennsylvania Ohio, Massachu
setts, etc.?" ,
Wo presumo until their successors
in oflico aro duly elected and quali
fied. The Washington Chronicle says:
"Tho New York Tribune and
Springfield llepublican aro hot footed
after Dodgo General O. M. but
thus far he has managed to dodge
them. When they learn his wherc
ubouts they will probably help some
future investigating committee to the
information. Tho committees of the
House concluded that tho chanco of
heading him off was so slight that
they inauo their reports without
The Committco evidently had for
gotten all about looking for him at
point "O," opposito Childs' mills, in
the Stato of Iowa, or they would
have discovered his whereabouts.
Tim Supremo Court of Illinois Las
just rendered a most important decis
ion in tho case of tho people vs. tho
Chicago, Alton & St. Louis railway
company, which involved the consti
tutionality of tho Illinois law limit
ing the rates for tho transportation
of freights and passengers on tho rail
roads located within that State. Tho
court, by a unanimous decision, de
clares tho law in question unconsti
tutional and void, notwithstanding
the clause in their State Constitution
authorizing legal restrictions upon
railroad corporations. This will
effectually Bettlo tho agitation, which
has well nigh amounted to a revolu
tion recently, on tho Illinois Central
and other railroad lines in tho Prairio
o o 3vn-a.3xr-sr ,
SUCCESSORS TO HALL BROS.
Stoo.ru. mnsinos I I
Mining anil .Mill .Maclilncry,
:i3xiilclixi.e:, Oivrsa tlxae,
COIt.MCIIOI.Vs-, AMI Kllli.
N. I. D. Solomon,
Window (J luss, Plitiiri
Frames, and .Ml mm,
ltW.Kuniliuii. Slrl, (imuliit l,.
.in imi i iii isi,iitsisautJwn"jrrgitlB'ii HTWirarsW (I
Omaha, Thursday Morning-, February 2"f ly
HpoclAllyretxsrt'drftrTnxOrrAiu , h) tho
Orcat Wvstorn Tcltgntph Oompuny.)
i:itli: RAILROAD MATTERS.
St. I'ktkiisiiuiki, Feb. 2(i.
Hie roolt in the province of
Ukraiu litis assumed alarming pro
portions, and theatrocitiesconimitlcd
by tho insubordinuto peasantry aro
most rosvolting and cruel. Tho in
surgents hao mussed together in
laigo numbers, and aro extending
their depredations throughout the
district, laying waste some of the
principal towns. In several places
the most barbarous excesses huvt'bcen
committed by tho insurgents without
provocation; ottacking tho inhabi
tants, burning their, dwellings, and
murdering tho inmates, both male
nuu lemaic. llio power ol the irov
eminent Is defied, arid tho revolt is-
niaintaitteil. A force 6f Rdsslnri'
troops ff6m tho city of KloiViVhWh'
nnu oecn uispatciicii to suppress tno
insurrection, were met by tlto insur
gont, and tho engagement terminat
ed In tho disastrous defeat of the
government troops. Tho inability
of tho government to maintain order
has created a general alarm among the
inhabitants, who, in threat numbers
nro fleeing from tho country.
Madiud, Feb. 20.
Tho Cortes dissolved yesterday af
ternoon, after passing a bill nbolish-
ing slavery m Porto .Rico and tho
other Spanish colonies. A new elec
tion will take place on the 31st of
March, nnd tho new Cortes will ns-f-cmblc
the 12th of April following.
Tho widow nnd children of the
lato Marshall Prim have left this
Reports of Carlist disturbances in
tho provinces aro received hero daily,
and cauhO mucli uneasiness. Fresh
outbreaks nrc reported at Uillwu.
Affairs in tho Capitol remain quiet.
liio new cauinct nppenrs to enjoy
Republican confidence there.
The report that tho Radicals threat
en insurrection is contradicted.
Montiik.vl, Feb. 20.
A giand banquet was gicn last
night to Sir Hugh Allen, on tho cvo
of Lis departure for England, where
ho goqs for tho purposo of raising
money for building tho Canadian
Pacific railroad. Tho entertainment
wns i great, success, aim '.u oi the
leading men of Canada wcro present.
Washington, Feb. 20.
I Iousn. Tho cilleries wero crowded
aguin this morning, but tho crowd
wns not ns grcnt ns yesterday.
After tho journal was read, Mr.
Poland desired an hour of under
standing regarding the debate of the
case, if they did not desiro to let it
run beyond. Ho would give the pre
vious question till -1 p. m., and let
tho House determine if tho debate
Mr. Ritchio asked leave to
offer an amendment, declar
ing tho participation of Ames nnd
Riooks, (Jnrfield, Dawes, Kelley,
Schoficld and othcis in tho Cicd'it
Mobilier stoel: was corrupting in its
tendency and grossly improper, and
that thes-o members aro deserving the
severest ccnsuie of tho House. Ring
ham objected. Reck nddiesicd the
llouso; ho inndo no distinction be
tween thoeo participating in Cicdit
Mobilier stock; nil wcro equally
culpable, neither were Hooper
nor Rutlor clear, llo denied tho
right of tho llouso to expel for acts
committed before election. Ho
referred to Casey, Rowen, Porter,
and Morrivoy,iii which thollom-ohnd
refused to tnko nnv noto of acts com
mitted before election. Voorhies
spoke of Rrooks' lonj' nnd useful life
in Congress, in journalism, mwl
other public positions. Tho fact that
with the Democrats in tho House,
proved tho falseness of McComb's
charges. Voorheca showed that thoro
was irreconcilable discrepancy in Mc
Comb's testimony tho year bcforo
Urooks is said to havo asked for
stocks. Tho stock appears in the
books to Wilson's name. Ames had
declared that Rrooks never owned
any stock. Hall hod testified that
ho never know Rrooks to bo a stock
holder in tho U. P. R. R., or Credit
Mobilier in McComb's suit against tho
stockholder?. Brook's namo wns
not included. Tho fact thut Rrooks
gavo stock toNelleon wns conclusive
proof that ho had no purposo of fraud.
Tho argument of tho committo, that
becauso tho collateral was in Rrooks'
safe, wns proof ngninst him, was un
worthy of tho committee Rrooks
had inked morotimofor investigation,
but tho committco refused.
Niblack said the committco did
not consider the additional testimony
material. Rrooks here said that two
days after tho committco closed their
doors ngninst him they opened them
to Colfax. Voorhccs in concluding,
mado nn enrnest plea in behalf of
Rnoks; not that he pleaded for
mercy, but ho bolioved his ncquital
wns demanded by justice.
Stovcnon said they wero to con
sider tho report extorted lrom n re
luctant committee. Ho was not sur
prised at reluctanco because the
charges included tho Vico President,
Vico President elect, Speaker of tho
llouso nnd chairman of most import
New Yoiik, Feb. 20.
It wns reported on Wnll street yes
torday that an investigation wns to
bo mndo by tho Leglslativo Commit
tee in regard to certain matters con
nocted with tho maimgcmentof tho
Erio Railroad, which had been
brought about not entirely without
Jay Gould's Influence. Could, it is
said, thinks tho investigation will
have tho effect of depreciating stock,
and nUo being more or less n reproach
upon tho directory, in which case
corruption in his own administration
will not stand out In such bold relief
ns it now docs. Tho Erio director
said yesterday thai ho felt no uneasi
ness regarding the examination, and
was certain that tho stock-holders
would have no reason to complain of
tho manner in which tho affairs of
tho company had been conducted,
At a meeting of tho director of
tho Boston. Hartford & Ei ie ye.-tor-day,
the subject of their trouble 1th
tho Erie wnsfnrinn1lviliMiMiuu.il ln,i
no conclusion arrived uf, owing to tho j
nu"cuco 'oi some oi tne tiircctors
whose presence were particularly de
sirable. jTho meeting adjourned to
meet again to-dny. Telegrams were
receives) from absentees assuring their
Weniyci Johnson has brought suit
ngalnst D.iniel Drew in tho Court of
Coin nioii ''Pleas to recover ? 10,000,
which plnJiitill' claims was due him on
n contract to supply Drew with eei
iaiu inforjnation regarding tho lato
Eiio l-aihvay innniigenient, and ftu
nish xo-qral now'spapors with article,
tho effect of which would end in the
disruption of tho Eric ring. Tho c.io
not having been within tho hour
assigned for short calendar cases, wns
transferred to tho long calendar, ami
will como up again at the next term
Tho prpgrammo for the National
Convention in iavor of n religious
iiiiicniuu.cn t, to tno uonslitution of
tho Uiiiled Stales, at. tho Co'opcr Jn-
'gtilllGrV llwlllV. ntlllirhf'PU nillr.x.r,u
ibiJ:Fi'Ii. Brand, Dr. E. Craven,
u. m. ii. unuuiu, aim mo vtencnu
Sociotary of tho National As
soci.ition. In tho evening Professor
J. II. Mcllvainc, President A. A.
Miner, Dr. Stephen II. Tyng and
Picsident George P. Hayes will speak
In addition. All addresses will bo
delivered to-morrow morning, after
noon and evening. It is expected
that the convention will bo attended
by tho clergy and laymen of all the
different evangelical denominations
ill tho United States.
Tho Gilbert Elevated Railway Co.,
entered into contracts with three of
tho largest iron establishments in the
country lor building tho first ton
miles of their road.
St. Johns, Feb. 20.
A lernblo boiler explosion occurred
iicio last night, in tho four story
buildiiiB occupied bv Robinson .e
Rolston's boot nnd shoo faetorv. The
engineer was instantly killed and the
fireman will probably die. There
wero a dozen Other workmen in ili
building at tho time, but they escap
ed injuiy. Tho building was badly
Continental Insurance Co,,
OF NEW YORK',
On tho it Day of January, 187:t.
M.i lolothu Auditor of tho Stato of Nehnnl.ii,
pursuant to Statute.
Culi Capful $1,000,000 00
UMhSurDlus 1,281,251 07
Cavil on hand nnd In
II inks J SSJ.TM 2J
I..MIH un If tf. and oili
er stocks mid tiouds
(market value. $i'J.-
'Jil '.50) puyiiblo on
diumild 41,270 M
, , $ 131,030 29
Louiis or. bond and mortgago (on
real calatn cicth8l,3Ii,7JOJ 42fiQ0 00
U. .4 ami oilier stocks.nnd bonds
owned by tliu Coiuptni' fiTO, 16J SO
llenluslatu owned by tlioCuiiip'n) . C-UJits) (W
Preiu'ailiioiiiiduiiiuld I(i,7'Jd .11
lilt, duo uud l!lii.ild 17,22130
Ih-nlsducMiidii. .rueil :i, 13.1 .11
M,2 1,2.11 117
1.1 A III LIT! IX
DliMuuls dun Motl.holdi.-i, mid
Horlpnud Hur.p Int. uujwld j
151, I0S :
- S 20.1.1'JS TJ
tmlllor's Cerlllli iloinid copy of Statement
fllui wiih ( leik of Duiiahn county.
I'llKNCIl A JltKOliN, Agents.
Orient Insurance Company,
Statement of Condition, Jan. 1, LS7!1.
Made lo the Auditor of tho State of Nebraska,
CASH CAPITAL, SjQO.OOO.
aish on hand and In bank. 3 :ia,"2S CO
L.mi hi nanus oi agunn..,. iT.i,JZ 71
3 !,I2I Si
Ii ins on luurlgnsc. llrst
liens in7,')1J DO
IO. i n.i secured by liletlga
of st'Hks uud bunds 130,'Siio 'J.'i
Int. nccmed and other
Items n.ail :t7
2n0sharrs American Nu-
!MII, "Trt 22
llonnl Ilink Mini:,
Harlforil 12,200 TO
100 hli ires -Kln.i National
llinkbtoclr, Hartford. 12,130 Oil
100 Shares Clutter Oak
National Hank feloik,
lllirlfurd 12,H0o do
100 Shares Farmers ami
Mech's National Dank
Mock, Hartford III.OOJ W
150 Shuns Harlford Nol'l
Hunk Stock, Hurtl'd... 21.000 00
41 Shares City Nnllon.l
Hank Slock, llurtfonl !I,7I1 Oil
100 Shares Mcrcintllu .Na
tional Ifauk Slock,
Hartford l.'OOO 0"
60 Shares Pluunlx Nul'l
Hank Stock, Hurlfd... 7,7.10 00
ii Shares First National
Hank Stork, llartf'd... 0,012 00
lUSharvs National l.x-
chaiigo National Dank
100 SluirtsMctropoll'u Na
tional Hank btiHk,
' 1I!,!M 00
22S Shares Mlchlmii Ccn
tral II. It. Slock 20,601 00
200 Shares I.alo Shore A
Mich. Soilthciu lt.lt.
.Slock . l200 0(1
100 Shares Albany A hus-
iiuchanna It. It. ht'k... 0,200 00
100 Sh'r's Clovel'd A Pitts-
burg It. It Slock 18,000 00
277 Shures N. Y., N. II. A
Hurtl'd It. It. Stock'....
10 Ilnnds Indiana Cenl'l
It. It. Co
11 Honds Indluiiupolis A
Clucliinntl It. It. Co.,
20 lln. Is llurll'il, Prov.
A I'lshklll It. II. Co,.:.,
.1 Honds W. J. Flnlay,
Toledo, O '.
Total Cuih AmcIs
f b'J.'.IJI M
Outstanding Losses S 31,018 II
Hills payable, aud all oilier
llabilllh 62.000 00
lA,"lll,,.?,.,Cc.,l".a,0,,!", r"l'y of Stnleiurnt
kd wllht lerkof Uiuglas cnimty.
c , ,, ln':NC" ilcKOON, Agents.
" "JAMES DUFF,
Whips, Bridles, Etc.
BEPAIRIlia DONE 1'ItOMPTLr AND AT
No. OlH lillli Ml reel, OiiihIih, Nrli.
A SOOIALISf INSURRECTION
IN RUSSIAN PRO VI NOES.
London, Feb. Si.
The Moi'kholders of the Loi. Ion
LloriNiol and Globe instirAilc com
pany field a stormy meeting to dav,
the trouble growing out ol the t'.ict
that nodhldends find been dcclardd,
owing to the uouflagralioii in Chicago
VlKNNA, l-'eb. 20.
A Micialist insiiircction is reported
among tliu peasants in Russian Pio-
luces, Volhynia and Podolia. in-sui-gents
nro said to bo murdering
their opponents, plundering nnd
binning property. A forcoiof Russian
troopsionl to suppress tho insurrec
tion wcro defeated. ,
SlWATJS. Hoasc niienilnWiil to
tho Woitova award bill was non-concurred
The Utah bill was discussed uud
amended to provide for the election
by the legislature or by tho qualified
electors of Utah of tio jury commis
sioner, who shall net in conjunction
with tho surveyor general, mnrshal
audclcrk, with equal power in se
lecting poreuns from whom juries are
constituted, and to provide for wilts
of enor to tho Supremo Court of the
United States in criminal cases where
punishment 13 capital, or imprison
ment for six months, or line of
At fivo o'clock tho Senate took n
tecess till seven.
Committco on Transportation
Routes wercdireetcd to make inquiry
into tho propriety of building a rail
road from the senboatd to tho Mississ
ippi or Missouri livcis.
Tho bill pas-ed extending the lime
for the completion of the St. Paul
and Pacific lailroad.
Ten thousand dollars weio nppio
printed forlhoPomcioy investigation.
Tho House bill to carry into eili-ct
tho fishery clause of the treaty of
Washington was passed.
ilousii Tho pressure to the gal
loties to tho House this morning is
not as great as ycsteid.ty.
Alter reading of tho, journal Mr.
Poland arose and said : So far us tho
committee aie concerned, it has no
wih to hurry the debate, but is will
ing to Jot it conliniio tho rest of tho
soa-on, if so desired, but the commit
tee at a conference this morning de
cided it best to let the llouso hau
nn opportunity of determining the
question. Ho would thorefoio test
tho sense of tho Houso on motion to
clo-e debate nt 4 p. m. to-dny.
Mr. Voorllees took the iloor, but
yielded tor the leading Of a subsli
tuto by Mr. Ritchie for pending reso
lutions. Tho substitute decline's that
while thero is no evidence ol eiim
innlity in tho purchase of Credit
Mobilier clock by Ames, Rrooks,
Dawes, Scofjeld, Ringhitni, Kelley,
Garfield, yet circumstances call for
un emphatic condemnation, declaring
as a t-en-e of tho body that the trait
action wits corrupting in its tenden
cy pel uiciotis in example, nnd gross
ly improper, and that tho members
concerned deceive tho so crest cen
sure. Yoorhecs declined to yield to
have a substitute offered, al?o declin
ed to yield to a motion for the ad
mission of ladies, but finally j iclded
for the latter.
Reck, of Kentucky condemned the
wholo Credit Mobilier scheme, and
declared tho members cogniztnt of
it, gro-sly diielict, naming Hooper
and Jiinghaui, who held that stock,
but were not inculpated in tho pu.
cecuings; also naming Jlutler of
Mass., who was couiisol, who concert
ed the scheme. Ho could see no dif
ference between tho culpability of
these men, and that of Rrooks. lie
dissented from tho doctrine in to
power of expulsion for past offences.
With such doctrines Paul would nev
er havo been nn njwstlc. Tho House
was making history, and should vote
to-day its If thoro was no precedent,
nnd us if it wns establishing a rule.
IIu quoted tho enso of John Moirissey,
a gambler and a iri.o fighter, yet ho
took his seat, and no man dared rni&o
his voice ngninst him. Ho remained
during his term, and was as well be
haved a membor as any on tho floor
this moment. That preccdont was
set to givo two-thirds of tho Hou-o
tho right to expel, and with it tho
death peal of liberty was struck.
At tho conclusion of Mr. Heck's
speech a motion wns mado to admit
ladies to tho floor and rejected.
Mr. Yoorhecs proceeded to nrguo
ngninst tho expulsion of Rrooks.
-Mr. Voorhees wns followed by Mr.
Stcvonson. sustuiiiing tho report of
Mr. Niblack also spoke in favor of
Mr. Whitoboruo ndvocatrd tho ex
pulsion of nil implicated inoinbers.
It is uudoistood that Judge Poland
will close tho dobato to-night. A vote
will bo taken to-morrow.
Ho thought that if thoro was ono
enso thnt appealed moro than nnother
to every sentiment of liberty nnd
kindness, it was tho caso of Rrooks, a
man sick and in broken hoalth s'.nco
his voyngo around the world, not
broken by senso of guilt.
Niblack made nn explanatory state
ment which biought -Mr. Rrooks to
his feet, who, aifdrcssing Niblack,
said, you opened doors to Colfax two
days after you closed them to mo.
Riiaciiiiduo, Camilla, Feb. 2(i.
Mrs. Trushnr and fivo ohildroii
burned to death In their houso Inst
, Ban Fit a nci wo, Feb. 20.
Captain Jack has selected a place
threo miles west of his camp at the
south end of Tulo Lake, at which to
inept tho Peace Commissioners. Tho
Indians opposed any soldiers being
present, but C.tpt. Jack said ho would
talk to General Canby, but soldiers
would frighten his mpii, but they
would meet nnv number of (ilti-,.,w
'provided they came without wean-
DR. FfiJGD. SAXBNBBRGBR,
llomrepnliilc PhrNleluii.Siinrcoii nnd
Office en 13th t., bet. Jackson anil Jones its.
iV, , t!." ",r"t,,,l1,. " 1 wIIIkIvo prompt at-
dr. mm LEWIS,
Pliysicinn and Surgeon.
Thi,v,u, ,c:,r' turm,r "' ,,""8,," ",
OlWUS IIOI'MWHM l) . M.'J 0 P..
niidufjcr.l' M Mshlniid lillit Ml t lhe
in. McOiiIHii .Vr l'0Hlpr7
Physioians and Svtrgoons.
Oflleoopposic! tirand Central Hotel,
l.Mt.Nii.vn aiiti:i;r, omaha.
SiH-clal nttcMitiuii luld toCbronlo dlese.cis
llsc-m-sof thuuynndr.lr, nnd thi,o peculiar
to U'lmilc's. An nillndy siKcesifiil iiichIo of
lieitl.ient for l.undlcajes, CiiiisiiIMIIuii free,
Br., A. F, Bndolius
H is opened a dispell sary nt
sit Foui'.rr.l.-NTit HTitnirr, tiuw
North of Post Olll.
I or the treatment of all dl.eams Particular
MlenMoiiijluu tuolUirici. mid nil sexual am)
prlati illeaH, whellier mile or feiunle. 'I he
Doctor t.iu U mnsnllc t all hours, i Itber day
J. J. HUNT, iCbT.
01,riCi:..S Ran.ey M., 15,1, w-en
Tivoirih iitul Thlrlooulli.
Special attention pild to Cl.ninle l)Ise.ics,
and nil Private l)li.n,, and Ibo.,, peculiar lo
1 em lies An vutliel nuecessful iodo ol
trr.itn lent lor l,un lliseiiM-s. J if
Dr. a. Carravallab
DR. .MED. AND CHIRURO;
Of lice -No.
OKI'K i: Hoitiiss w c. M. ,nid I lo I e. m
Dlllvc. his nifil incdtliiM, nnd IhMis
refill irpru lie, luikissiieililllles of Horinne.
iiUTits.ind IMsenwa P,t Hilar to Women, Plstu
l.i, Piles mid cither IUnenscsnf lhe Ititliiiu
(HH( Kimd i:,Mi,l,MKr, O.rner I'ltrnh ml unit
lllhhlrivtH, llrst door to the rltfht, up Mails,
Omiih.i, Neb. Addles Lock Hot 201.
Spislul iitciiliou given lo
Ol'KICI cr Omaha Nation il II ink.
Itesldeucc on C'nis street IkjIm
JiMh. P. O. Iiik llox2.U.
Drs. Charles & Paul,
IDE IsT T I STS,
Office i over VI', I'.inili'im alrict, hetwctii 13th
nnd lllli, Omni, i Hn,( A tiro Dm ol lesl
practising Dentists Inthocity. Jun2d.Vwtf
U. P. K. 11. Drug- Store,
COR. SIXTEEN ril & WEBSTER GTS.
NlllKCTO'lllK WllltklKO t'UMKS. W. H.
I.DWAIIDS, .M. 1) ikiiii Lscn,,N, solicits
ynurpntrou.n;i. I In dlHenses his mvn uicill
dues, and Is sides n-Riilar pructko uinkes tbn
trnliio'litof iler.iiiKeniintsaud iIIiium'S pecu
liur to wiiiiicm nndihlldruii a sjieclaltv.
Pitlsiiui-TiiiNS luciiratclv piepirod nt all
hours, l.lubl, mid nli;Itt liffl ill llo door, en
N II. l'lirmers nnd others fr.iiu tho country
avi. iimi: liy letting jour iiiiin.in us win en
JOHN J)E LANJEY,
Lawyer and Justice of
Tenth Slrool, Opposife Cily Hotel.
Omaha Steam Heat
tj.vs nrnxu a- i'ixturi:s,
IIKAI KIIS IN
Wrought Iron, I'lpo Filling, Trim,
in lug, v.
Sto.im Pomps, I,lft and Torco Funip,'w.vih.
stauJi, Wator Closets, Bath Tuba and
SLower Baths pat up In the meat
I'lnmbcrs' aud Urn Fitters' .Mntcriiil
always on .uiiiii.
Ooiiglu. SI.,Uii(Ifr Hamilton llouso
JOHN IL GREEN,
UIIAIX, IT.OUR AMI VKV.U,
COM M I S 8 1 0 N M E R 0 11 A N T,
'(,i. .Vlnlli n,i, .IulIchoii Sis
WHV IS 11' THAT
3QG 3fj',x-3U.li.,ixx Stt.,
Kills bctlei KooJsaiid nt lower prices than nny
cither liirullurtKlculir In Omalu ? Iks auto be
Hi'V".';!'!.,.,,i1' "''lANJU. Ud has NO
Itl-M-'IO I'Ai If yu do not Ik.IIi,b II,
i nil and I'xiimiiio hi. largo slot k nf
fjl TT XI axr I OC XT jcl -rp
Live Gccse Eeatliei-s,
Ono enpj , ouo year. In advance,. ,. ..
" six month, " ,,,
Ihrw " "
The ." VI v.tov S.M.Co.'s
NCW SKWINfl MACHINH
Runs very Easy,
Runs very Fast,
Runs very Still.
Ha a New Bhattla Superior to all Other.
(Iiciif Impnneiiieuls in Needle.
Cannot lie Sot Wr
Address Till! Vlt'fOU" 4. M. CO.
fiUVtm tc,i llronlwny, N. .
W MAVEN URGAN
-llaniifaeltiro (he t'elebraled
Jubilee and Temple
1 hcsii Organs niviihsurfitwcM In quality ol
lone, stjlo of lliilsh, simplicity of nmsliuu
Also, MULODI.uNS In various "slyles
iiiioiuilhsl In toii(y
M'liu lor lllilslrnltsl Cntnliuu
Address NIIW llAVKN O
un an ni..
New Haven, Oniii.
Millions of Acres !
t'oi iprWiin many of the
BEST PJRA1IIEE LANDS
Iowa and Nebraska,
AMI roll SM K lit' lllh
Riirllnglon .V iMIssourl llhor K. R.
on ti:n VRARS' CRRRIT, AT SIX
No part of Pilmlpiil dun for Iwn ycaisftnm
less mid Mililu niotii
Jhcy varj iiecoidliiKto soil, location, wnler
suplilj, limlK-r, nnd other ndvnutiutcs, In un
1 ..f Ihus-iiiiu iiiiinnernsiloolher lntds.
All these pecullirllles of cwry lot uflerpil
for tie, miybo le.uneil nt tho oilier of tin,
ijiud Coiiimlssloiier, or ut n t y of tho h.uil
nKtiilsnliiiiit tho lino; but en ry man will, ot
course, ctainliie In t rsoti tliu luud ho expects
to cultivate, and the locality wliero Is to Is) his
fnliiro homo, nnd for this vtery ficillty Is
olli reil '
Tlieso limn and Nebraska Lands
Arunotetcccilcd in feillllty, U-auly, Hint nil
uttraclloiHiuiil n.raniii;es ol locality mid soil
which uroosseutl.il In tho estimation ol fann
ers, by nny region In tho world j wlill nude,
iniiutifiu lures, arts', srleuee, mid nil tbu attend
niitsof H'lliieim ut nnd luxury, whlih enter
irl"or.iii liilrodiieo mid thrift maintain, mu
lulloulne riipldly iho in irch of settleiueiit.
IholUllrind lauds nliemly w,,i l,ao lieni
wniidorfiilly linpriiccd, and tho Intrciisci In
their Miluu Is hir.ce, In many cases aliuust In
Jlwch equally pood laud remains unsold, mid
can lio purchasclm low rates, cm the ajmutusy
leiinscif pijiiiont and with equally iiood nros
pccls of steady and liirt'o lncn.iie In culuu.
TL'ttMS OF SALR.
Tho purchaser pnjs at thu outset, ouo year's
iitin-ktHtaix lr cent, on tho aluoof his
hiui ; ntthuend of a jear ho m ikes auolliei
similar p lymciit of six per cent. only.
Atthociidof tho second jenr ho miikis pay
luent of oiie-nlnlh purl of tlm principal of the
purclmso iiiimey and ouo ) ear's Interest nt six
percent, on the remainder, and Iho samo nt
I ho end of each surecMlvo enr (herealler, un
til nil has been paid.
If ho chooies lo pay cash down, or one-third
msl, nnd tha babiuo in una mid two eurs.
w Ih Interest at ten p. r cent, annually, ho Is
nllnw oil un outright discount of 2(1 per cent, or
""'P1'1' ''"' tho ten jonrprlroof tho land.
l8 Heller tonus thin Ibeso h.uo nutoi been
Ulll'leil. lll.ll lllllb.lli v ln.ti.r ..111 1...
I'.irlles wliopiirchti!forcih ut'rltp
inn-Hie hi i-iiriiuiMi, ntiii a
Wiiriniily Hied us
suimiis it ran Ihi execute I
If piiujiascslciiil.nr.m fthort Crollt or laini'
Cresl t.iiloiitriiiloruHiiud furu Deed Is exo-'
. ....-.., .in.., i, -nun ns un tun piyments uic
jiindcn Wiiriniily Deed, fieolroiu any luciim
br.ilire, Is kIc.ii r,eil.ele , 1 ,,o tuso uf
I iiids pinch iseil fni cash dim ii.
.Niinlistr.iclof illlols iiisesMry, us It Is well
kniiwiithnitliiiliudsncrciKiiiiilisI directly to
the ralliond company I,) tho UulleilMiiles.
CoiitnliiliM full nnd rellnhh, Informiillou un,.
ccniliiK those! I mils, the nylon in wbieli .y
illi'HltiMtcsI, towns, schools, soil, cllinule, iiro
durts.stoek, luiirkcls, rn ru ids, clear, lur
iiMiodtirutiiltously. ' ' ' r
U.1hNI 11)11 1IIKM.
llwry liidlcliliiiii i, u, nny Idea ol seek-
lihVr'i".1" "'" ."r Wr "lm"1'1 "wroncoiiv
u , -ii i i ,'''' "V1 r"ul u, l'roiigli ran fulw
II will ho Iho best prop trntlou ho can have.
!,n ?.,l,iB?i''al,',".,,tl,,' "l0 i-'HCt location
nil nirliiiiU In loJS, finiilHlied for .lilcoiit
1 1 nh. nn.l sliullir mans of our lauds In N
Iiiiiskunt tho samo price.
Apply to or address
CIEOROE S. HARRIS,
a! mnIK rj7fJ, "WA. for Iowa Uiuds.
At I.IM ol.N, NUB., fci Nebraska liids.
tjii: EMPIRE ICE CO.
Ar 'iMrah. ","1 ""
I O IE
''''r1'''" ,1'rniuplly tilled nt llm lowest lalis.
. Jl. Woaro mil luiiiiihluillniiiiiiiinaiiy.
,,,,,,.. I'Ll.TCIIIIlt A HUHIIAItrV
wSTOVRS, l'URNACi:s, KAXIJKS,,
W I R E W OltKl
! JVE otftl XI. oofl
liii'Vr pmmptly iitt ii.lcl
i:. i:.vrAiiitooK. w. m. phancih
Estahi'ook & Francis,
.x lul nlleutloii glvo-i to Court Pracllro.
vii i icir-cur. li.urliTiilli and Douglas sis
1....L...ti , i u, u ii ai ii. on iy oui-iiiniii Witm
rodiicls will ni) fur land and iiiiiirovemeul r.
'I'lici I'lUrsot these 1 mds nre In, ruiiKliir
KCiienillj in lo.i, lrom s in Sir. r arie, uiul
111 C Ill.lSkll fllllll 1 In SI J ili.r n. r.. u.lll.
- . v ,-.. ...L, nun mmir
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