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lE DAILY BEE.
OMAHA DAILY BEE.
2D E03E7ATB, Editor and Prep'r.
i?l'fc Mo. I.T8 IoriUinin-.(
i t Ninth end Tenth.
f ai' W XT. 3VE S3!
pOpy ie rear In advance 17 00 I
rUnionths 3 J
On copy, one year, 1b advanco SI to
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OMAHA, FRIDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 2, 1874
m , aUV
num mwnress mpmiffiY.
LIU'. A SMITH, ltt
Tue ill-fated Vlrglnlug bns gone
down to tUo bottom of the pea, nud
diplomatic reparation will find her
Ulan null Picture I'mmr.
.1. IWnhirl, lfW pouglis street, dealer In
tnlotr Rlan add pcture frames. ""'In
io to oriUr. ""
dm. 'HAN'H.IW, Fraetlcil Watchmaker,
I l ith suet, opposllo poitcfflie. scpl2tf
linpia mid Nlioc.
PIIIT.IP IANO, lV)Farnhnuiatrcct,lotwten
'nth "d Elerenlli. Iebl7-ly
II L I.ATEY, corner I weiuu nnu wovgini
Jit Maiiuisctflrerawl WboWlo Healer In
ndles and Confectionery. Country t;;le
'OLANR KLMOTT. Coal, Lime, Ce
nt, Hair, etc. 131 Farnham Unit.
A ltonnKIl. Priifglst, corner 12lh and
,, rnfT inrn-i.
' writlU nnrt-coMlVctlonCryr
U ANDON A IXDHIOOi:, ilcaf." n Frilllj
I I Confectionery. North t'ole bod Vat;r at
V. o.Httnd. -mayl-Cm
1 ItraCH a McKOON. Firo and Accident
) ,urnce Agent, oyer tlio Post office.
. nLQUrrElt, No. 200 Farnham street.
Iteal l&ttnlomttlCorU OIHcf.
llIN JOHNSON, c.Tlco&OO Fourteenth t.,
een I'trnhitu nml PounI.il 1 nlo, tickets
id from la-rope, vraiu, uuukiiw, en,
Tcvriler imil tlelnii.
. mvrviMF oi i uaht!.-i it. Watches.
', Jewelry, Spectacle, pud Kyo-gtassos.
ten nil rr.
UIA BTF.VMLAUNHnY. Corner of
T.litst ann juto ilium .v. .-.- -
iiIa Wiro Com any.
House nml BfRii rainier.
uvs A PKAUD. Hou8 anJ fclsn
i.Tcnlh sticct.bstweeu Furnhaii nnil
J oa Fnciorr.
PREMIUM EOA.1" WORKS. Tonnll Co.,
' mini! '-tiiio llic'r colcLrAUJ' rnlum
F1t fli't rritiiiutna nwi"i!ci Iit yon
unWsmlFfHirali". and Votnrfiiltoinio
S Xjt lia. Ortli th aol'rllM from i ia nuv.
i' r tnmptii nml KmbroliUry.
piMP'SO itid r.MnROIHFBY nono in
..l L. . . ... ..... a. a.u I Oil
... -. m ri a n ua ii iiui riiirn
Jvinrlhof CnlOKP. (ea Md-). Oiilirscii
TimdeatU of ltollin C. Smith Esq.,
secim to furnUlt tlio political bum
racr brigade another opportunity to
mnko a chargo upon the powers that
Qr.tM war, with all ita horrors, still
stares us in the face. TIiojo Pawnee
and Uto Indians arc now within eight
miles of each other and our Adjutant
General, still twenty mile? away.
Bewaiui of "Your Unclo" nnd all
othei.t41altvc3 who accidentally may
meet you under distressing circum
stances. Such is the (rco gift advice
of tlio Chicago TiMu' reporter who
was recently victimized by an un
Teachers' Institute of Buffalo
County "Don" Reports What
Specially Reported for the Oman Diily Bee,
by tho AtUstlo and Ftctfio Telegraph Co.
Fun eh authentic information
ribotit tho Ville do Havre disustcr is
promised by tlio cabin reporter. Tlio
particulars about this sea horror
hnvo beon so mcigro that wo nro sure
everybody will watch tho telegraphic
columns for tho next vorsion of tho
St. Joe merchants nro laboring un
dor tho impression that thero will be
u stagnation in business after tho first
of January, but tho St. Jotoph edi
tors rcfuso to bo similarly Impressed.
Thero is nothing liko keeping a stlfl
upper lip nnd waiting to sto what
turns up next.
V XZ 33
M 1U. --
Now that tho Herald has secured
nn author for "The Plaln'H Ufe," lot
us hope ho will nut sharo tho fa?
the JFcrahli illustrious author on
high-lifo and sheep raising on Lnra-
mio plains. Sterling Qrnngers coulu
not cparo Sterling Morton lor n trip
to Japan whilo that Senatorial con
test is pending.
iS an AcaiMur.ATrw capital
I. . . iu ..... ..I ...nvlaijAfl In Now
Y .k Cltv. In Now York nnd United HUtej
nccpramado only on tUo
nriiTT ( T. TTJTNr,TPTjT3.
11 .iriilus preminra? aroretnrnol JU,''5
IP k I Insured 1'rciflUma nro rccclrcd and
SSES PAID IN CASH OKLY.
loi fro luei luya'jlo at the death ot tho
,"i ,". mrahlo etlue 0"d of W cerlnlll
allr'ot yVKi! IWtoii-M Uo H.uedonthe
Or on tve prtnelnlj of .ee muUII proMs Cyr
It is claimed that there Is one fen
turo j) wblch tho military family ot
our.Qovernor differs radically with
all other military families in the
country. They get nlong without a
commissary and quartermaster's de
partment. But thot will not prevent
them from presenting their claims for
valuable services before tljq next
? jlierot roan
leflnlte period., which wn fin iniro.i i .
thliSi loty.iuid hai bojn recouiumuuo. .
rudor.elby cimneu.oxiciu in
iiairu on mu
IV And liyleidlnKliiuliicsimeii. lor
t .-isnl. lni been eviiidwid rccumii
C I'remluins paid on lti Tontine I.l
aud oity percent, on um
L -" -
it wllldn tli lm' flre yearn. Tho !'
il the litnm ii u io A'!'""" dwij
5onl .oxcKidreW t'io lnteirti of the
lluldra, an a proie uim ino rocio-y
al'ie--i'a)l that It h". atron claim.
V7"ii ch Its rail-
lit tui administration of tho Society,
AViy.lIuliUra, an t '.n proie illn-x tho t-ocle'y
..i.u.v.liirn liirt'li!. llV
.liiirl.o.itiiro corernii'. In tlienn.it
A n nhbl'e conillai'e, leetnii ol thi atrlet
J iTfn f tr tho tuliir.S which I t Kret Impor-
co tot luledcpoidllu tjion their nsuraiicj
A -he ultimate auoiwrt ( tludi- f .m'.llf. ho
2 In.uaiuco Coiupauy liai Bitch Ure ntnual
no li woro prompt nud Just In lti dealings.
CSTS WAKTttD .THJtOliailOUT
III 13 ST.VTB,'
W. N. GRAIN,
Nabraslca and Dakota,
rm rourlfelitll ! OMAHA, hKIl.
.0GEB8 & O0MUI3HI0N MERCH&HT8,
JvH Clark & rrenoli,
1 Wholesale Grocers,
K Corner FavnUam aud 1 llh st$.
V -Orden ollcltoi Bud promptly ,:
The JYai'it Ligue, illegally and un
ceremoniously suppressed by an Om
aha postmaster,, baa been removed to
Cincinnati, where the Inevitable
George Francis hns issued his usual
blood and thunder pronunciamonto.
aL.ill.1.. i ..1 i- .L.
nhiilHirnf Inir r upirem vu vu
baso passions of unemployed w
ingmen bring about a riot, the Train
JAflue nnd its author will probably be
summarily squelched, by the police
Instead of tho postmaster.
Beaveu Cukeic, Ned., Dec, 29.
Enrron Omaha Bee:
You will in nil probability havo no
nl.W.tlons to hear from tho Beaver
country its prosperity ttmo pros
cut tho oxpectttious, hones, and
whnt may reasonably bo expected!
First, then, just whero wonro homo
steading, nnd ill what we may ronfon
sonably exrect by spring to call
"Qllberton," as Undo Samuel h&a
most graciously consented to givo us
n Post OHice, that wo may then dato
our communications from Gilberton,
Red Willow county, Nebraska,
which will look well in print.
Well, this Is ono of tho
lovlirst place within tho ontlro Stato
of Nehrdskn, nnd no mistako ; I havo
seen all parts of tlio State, and can
mnke no exceptions. Tho Beaver
Vnlley has no Buparlor soil In nny
State. There is plennty ol timber,
water-prlvllogts nnd lands to home
stead. True, settlers are coming
in fust, nnd by another full.
ttinrn will be but lltllO bottom lUDU
loH ; but, thero is enough whilo it is
coiux. and whou tho bottoms nud
wood lands oro taken up then there
will ho thousands of acres of the up
lands remaining, Tho climate in
theso valloys ii all that one can wish.
Not too cold, or too warm. Tho soil
is adapted to tho raiting of all kinds
nf prniri. fruit9, cranes, etn.
Tnlincco crows well, and wo shall
try cotton next season. Vast beds of
coal exist on tho head wators of tho
Beaver rivets. Drs. Dorr and Duck
woith have discovered nnd locnted
eomo very lino coal beds, and only
about twenty five milos from us. It
is bituminous coal, -and of a superior
Schools will bo started in the
spring, and ovsry thing bids fair for a
If you khould. happen to drop in
this way pleajo glvo tu a call, nnd wo
pledge ourself to treat you to a vory
dollcalo buffalo steak nnd a turkey
hunt, as that gnmo is a htaple in this
O, E. Orton, Homosteader.
Front Our TrarcMng Correipondenl.
Kkahney City, Dec. 31, 1873.
Ehitoii Oiiaua linn:
That tho educationnl intercM of
Buffalo county nro in good hands is
pretty evident from tho largo atteuil
anco nt tho Teacher' Institute, iti
session here this week. This is tlio
first ever held in tho western part of
the Stnte, and was formally opened
with a selection of scripturo nnd
prayer, by J. J. W. Place, tho ear
nest, energetic County Superintend
ant, followed by music and singing.
Mr. O. E. Hanson, tho efficient prin
cipal of the Kearney graded school,
pronounced a very alio nnd instruc
tive address of welcome. Reports
fiom the different teachers in the
county exhibited a very prosperous
condition of oil tho schools, and
cavo a lnro nvcrago attendance.
The teachers generally complained
of .ho trouble and lo?s of tinio oc
casioned by tho diversity of tho sc
ries of books in the bunds of their
pupils. Somo of them with fifteen
or twenty scholars reporting throo
or four scries of readers and spellers,
and a still greater dlvcrslvy in math
ematical and scientific books. This
suldect interests the State Su
perintendent of Education, and if
ho has not already Inaugurated meas
ures for its correction, he caanot com
mence too aeon.
Sixteen schools' wore represented,
and there were present many friends
of education from all parte of the
county. 3r "
Exercises,"! spelling followed the
teachers' .-reports, conducted on
the plus 'of writing sentences
ivoiior.!re"edvby the superintendent.
Ccssrrfsa had its "Mullins", nnd n
lltin was here, who exhibitod him-
sclt na ftu amusing specimen or the
crude material that will thrust itself
into tho orgenization ofH institu
tions in a new country. The supei
Intcndent gave the aentence,-fho
Emornld is a species of Baryl," when
our "Mullins, a roung-shoujdercd
youth of the airy mustache persua
sion, elongated himself upward half
n block or more, nnu "would nwo to
nsk if thnt burial meant to i.iler."
The Institute forgot itsdignltyj Mul
lins seemed dissatisfied; put on tlio
wrong hat, nnd, when Inst teen
might have been mietnkeu
for a probable investor in
town-lots. Othcrwiso tho spelling
exercises developed a iair degree of
proficiency. Mrs. M. A Judd read
a very entertaining nnd oxhaustive
paper, on the proper method of con-
ucng common buiiuuk, iYiuf ui
listened to throughout with intelll-
Sent nnd respectful nt'.cntion. The
ay was concluded with addresses of
n general character by the teachers
and others interested in the progress
ot education. The second day has
been devoted principally to class ex
ercises ia BMrannsbiD, matbsmatlc
Irregularities in Brooklyn.
Tho Case of Maggio Jordan, who
Aided Sharkoy to Escape.
The Controversy Between the
Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany and tho Union
An Insinuation that the Virginius
was Sunk by Order of
Philadelphia, Dec. 31.
Godfrey Kuhl, n baker living on
Frnnkfo-t street, was murdorad at 1
o'clocli is morning, lie wns struck
ou tho head with a heavy instrument,
his skull being frighfully crushed,
whilo nt woik in tho bakery. The
murderer then went to Mrs. " Kuhl'a
sleeping apartment and choked her
Insensible, stolo iifty-fivo dollars nnd
escaped. It is bolioved that Kuhl's
Jounieymnn, who disappeared this
morning, perpetrated the deed. The
polico nro searching for tlio murderer.
Later.1 Frederick Hcidcnblnnt
tho murderer wns arrested at 8 x. m.
in n Lngcr Beer Saloon, nnd a bloody
vcstwai found in his valise, nnd
stolen money in his pockets. Ho
confessed nnu says ho first shot Kuhl
nnd then struck him with a shovel,
llo is n native of Gcrmauy nnd has
been in this conntry two months.
jKnsr.Y City, Dor. 31.
Tlio engineers on tho Eastern di
vision of tho Pennsylvania railroad
havo been in secret session for tho
past threo hours to finally decide
whether they will submit to a reduc
tion of wages or turn out on n strike
to-morrow. The officers of tho comi
pnny nro npprchensivo of trouble.
Lateu. Tho pilots, engineers and
other employes of thp company,
numberiug 176 men. hnvo sent in
word thnt they ncccded to a reduc
tion of 10 per cent.
Kamra fcjrjtWM nasp Th nmfen of tll0
aptT?rtar, ananffrrWHyflL nnu
happier, as a social party this lntenti07taa"begilv
evenlns completes the programme.
(Cam bell's Block,)
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
Eye Glasses and Spectacles,
l). i I,, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
DW Jewelry manufactured to order. 'Fine
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, repaired and
COFFEE SALOON (OAFE)
45 12IU Mrcet, between Tarnnam aud Harnoy,
nice corrEE, CHOCOLATE, etc., at any
decSldK r.AL3 H.
489 TwcUth St., bet. Farnham aud
lla Hie host cup ol Coffee, Cliocolat, etc., at
aqy time till 11 o'c'o:k at nlbt.
ra"rlckBirrttt, l'lalnllir, ts. Patrick Scully,
llcfoie Enoch Ilenney, JuttVeoI tho Teacc, In
nnd fo.' Doi'x.js coanty, Ncbra.ku t
OntheElhdayot Ocrenbcr, IS7,witl Jf
t'ciJi .ldl an o.'.)eref altacliuieni 'i benboro
act'onlortho.umof iJlftl. . ...
AI. iElU' 8VA ITZ'.ANDr.R,
itc30illtAwJY ':a!nl!0'e Atl rnoy.
New York, Dec. SI.
A Herald special from Paris says a
fresh monetary crisis is apprehended
in Berlin. Thero nro numerous
It Is understood that no strlko will
tako placo ou tho part of tho engi
neers of tlio New York division of
tho Pennsylvania railroad. Tho
engineers held n conference with tho
superintendent, at which it is be
lieved a 'compromiso was effected.
Tho terms wuro not made public.
Tho engineers stated their willing
ness to coutinuo work provided the
reduction was not mado permanent,
nud it is believed thisis tho base of
The jury in tho caso of Maggie Jor
dan, charged with niding Sliurkey's
cacapo from tho Tombs, not being able
to ogrce into lust ovening were loosed
up for tho night. They will bo
brought into court tins morning.
The opinion h expressed that the jury
It is stated in milrond circles Hint
the Central Riilrond of New Jersoy
is about to leduco tlio pay ot its em
ployes fifteen per cent. It is nlso
slotcd that the New Jersey Central
has purchaicd the Eastern Division,
of tho Pennsylvania Central, which
comprises that portion lying between
Easion nnd Bristol ind is the feeder
of the Delnwaro and Had ton Canal,
of this State.
Tho stock market was excited yes
terday, with a general ndvnnco in
Gold,v firm. Money, easy. Ex
chnngo, dull. Governments, strong.
After next Friday, n now plajuof
n noting foreign exchange will go into
operation quotations will bo based
on tho mint, value of pound sterliugin
lederai money, tno new parol ox-
Vl4itiu uciug i.gu-w- .
-r-'- . .i t .'
one steamer per week for Aspiuwnll,
and take freight for California for
ono cent nnd n quarter per pound,
with uu equivalent reduction
on eastward traffic. Tlitfy
ndvertiso thaf. their CJdnn steamers
will cbmo through from Hong Kong
to Panama via Yokahatna nud San
Francisco, and thus connecting with
tho Atlantic steamers via tho Isth
mus. This arrangement appears to
grow out of tho still pcuding contro
versy between tho Steamship Com
'nnnv nnd tho Union Pacific Railroad
Comnanv. in regard to thoienowulof
nn old arrangement, whereby the
two companica agreed to cortnin
freight rates. Tho Steamship Com-
pauy refuse to renew except on tlio
same terms ns heretofoie, whiph thp
Union Pacific Company are unwilling
A Washington dispatch to the
Herald insinuates that tho Viiginius
wns sunk by order of tho Govern
ment, and asserts that the ato win"
preparations wero a useless expense,
ten millions being squandered to fat
ten a few Government fnvorltes.
A Herald special from Mexico vin
Metamoraa says that a Guatamalian
legislator has rcthed from tho Na
tional Mexican Capital, for tlio reason
that no Mexican Minister has been
acceded to Uuatamnla.
Tho First Methodist Chill ch is
opened in tlio City of Mexico.
Attornoy General Leon Gusman
hns resigned his oflleo.
Congress is in setslon nnd every
thing goes peaceably.
New York, Dec. 30.
From nn offtcinl report of Lieuten
ant Woodson, who was in command
of tlio Virginius at the timo of her
sinking, it nppcars it was only by the
utmost exertions of the crow that
tho vessel could bo kept afloat as long
ns sho wns. Her engines were also in
such n condition as to render her
almost worthless. For four dnys tho
then in tho firo room worked in the
witter up to their knees, nnd nt tho
time they left tho ship wero nearly
IT PAYS TO TRADE
MORE GOODS FROM. WEW YORK AUCTION
PRICES IDO"WjH:E& iojeeljlist ie-vier !
Now Dress Goods,
25 Per Cent, CIEIEjeuPIEilR than those Selling out at COST'
GREAT BARGAI2TS IN 3ILXiTISrEI?m.r...l
$5,000 Worth to be closed ont in 30 days at COKSS
Consisting of Trimmed nnd Untrimtned lints, Flowors, Real nnd Imitation Foathers, Black nnd Colorcd'S!?1 Wlity'
Velvets, and Velveteens, Ribbons, &c, fcc. Theso Goods .." JrA'
-MITTST IBIS SOLID to make room for a L,1HGE STOCK o.
NEW GOODS, Suitable for our CHRISTMAS TRADE.
Ladies will find nil goods marked in plain figures, nnd ovcry nrtiolons represented. Will open in n fow dnv
another case of CHEAP PRINTS, to sell nt FIVE CENTS. . y
Cor. 14th. and 3Tar3a.lia.nx Sts,,
FALL STOCK!, 1873 !
Trenton, Dec. 31.
A specinl Mission of tho New Jersey
Court of Pnrdons wns held hero yes
terday to consider tho case of Mlchncll,
n murderer. After n longthy session,
in which nil tho testimony of physi
cans regarding tho prisoner's mental
condition was considered, tho Court
unanimously refused to commute the
sentence. Governor Parker has is
sued a death warrant, and Mlchaell
will bo hanged on tho 9th of January.
Tho prisoner has not yet been in
formed of tlio Court's decision.
Madrid, Doc. 31.
A ruptttro occurred botween Cns
tcllar and Salmcron of a pcrious na
ture, nnd it is stated an amicable set
tlement of tho disagreement impos
sible. Tho Cabinet remnins un
changed until after the Cortes meet
Friday, whon a reconstruction will
Washington, Dec. 31.
Supervisor Cobb, at Nashville, re
ports tho destruction by Collector
Wilkin", on tho Sd, of nine distiller
ies, making a total of twenty-fivo in
the tntril district ana live in tue sec
ond district, during the raid just com
pleted, v New York. Dec. SI.
The jury in the Macule Jordan cafe
Usannot agree, standing to 4 for con-vlction?-
-Jificorder Hiickett this
morning decldeifte lock them up nil
dny it they don't agree. - - ,
'Ci.feYKLAND.O., Dec. 30.
Thero nVe rumors that tho Lake
Shoro roa'd will atriko on Monday or
Tuefcdny next, but no definite infor
mation can bo obtnincd. Those who
hnvo tho best means of information
say no strike is contemplated.
London, Dec. 31.
It is reported hero that tho steam
ship Elbln, from London to Hamburg
has been lost nt sea, nnd 20 to 30
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
EOWN, 248 Douglas street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fiABBi?ro! nm tin mnnimi v
? vmuuiv uuu viu UAJUiiitt
An Immense Stock of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
SOLD LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY,
O oia.sslMtixa.B of
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELX.ANTS,
ALPACAS AND MOHAIRS, ALSO VELVET AND
A FULL STOCK OF StLAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
WEAR AND WORSTED GOODS !
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN lCARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTING RUGS AND MATS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST to
OBSTACLES to MARRIAGE,
Happy Relief for Young lien from the effects
of Errors and Almsci In early life. Manhood
restored. Intiieillments to Marriage removed.
New method ol treatment. New aud reniark
aUerciaedlos. llooksand clriubrn tent free,
In ..,!.! nrlnlm. l.Mr.ll. IKIWAItH AH-
SOCIATION. No. 2 8oulh UlnUt bt, I'lilladel
New York Money Market.
New York, Dec. 311 v. m.
Money Active at 7.
Foreign Exchange Dull nnd lower;
J 108I 10? for GO days; 1 09 1-2 for
sight, ' r
Hpcculntlon In gold is quiet; open
ing price, 1 10 1-4 with a rieo to 1-2,
bat now selling at 1 10 1-1.
Governments Strong nnd I to 1-4
percent, higher, with good invest
Stocks Strpng throughout tlo
morning; Stock Exchange ndjourned
nfi p. m. io-qay, io iu u, . rnuj,
Tho Gold Exchango will ndjourn nt
3 p. m, to tho snmo hour Fiiday.
ii ii is ai 1 1 1 1 easai . .r r. t 'tar- - '- -t- -i-i saaaaaasai s
- wIMP'UI" "k I.B..- n.jmfXJ""' . -
E. T. IJiiG-ji:, Propiietor.
TENTH STREET, Jlelivee Fumfam an J JKiraey, OMAHA, NEB.
TKItUS ViV D:v, l.'JU Two Moalnaud UJilitj, 81 5 ono Moal & Losing, 81.00.
THIS HOUSE, LEASE AND FURNITURE, FOR SALE !
IP TfOUWANTA.il AU11CI.1U
FREUDENHBIM & BR0
2C0 Douslas St.,
DR. C. E. TENNENT,
PflYSIilAN AND SURGEON.
Onico No GIQTwoUtli sln'ot, weit sld-, li
tween I'lirnham and Douglai.
JtrsldoiiM-Ko 410 Twelfth street, betwee
"JTSurgory tu all lis hrnnchci.
Dr. F. O. Reed,
lm street, bol,
Bet. 14t and 13th.
i.u I. n.i fnatiiiiilnn lnvlnv h lilffh rcnu.
lion wr uonorauio aniuuii u .mra.ii
JOHN JI. GREEN,
GIUIN, FLOUU ANJ). KEI),
car, Klath and Jakaoa UU
Self-interest prompts us to deal
with thoso who givo us tho best bar
gains. If you will step In nt PL.
GottheimorV, No. 20G Farnham, you
will bo convinced that you can buy a
good suit of clothing, ovorcoats and
furnishing goods forles money than
iu any other houso In this city. Como
nud price our goods before buying
i. ,-i- su
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gem, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
helmer's, 200 Farnham t.
Unredeemed pledges for salo.
JWlroad. Ijckejj bonghl and wld,
MUSTARD & PICKLE WORKS,
Cor. Jackson and 13th st. lleilw In Grocei
tni.aud Agonls for I-lelschmati1
dlt 3ia IlltCK fV TIKTJKKB.
Hiivliu hid long experience In writ-digging,
I am prepared to till all
I'ordeis for i1IrIur and
or uiaklng cisterns, 'lenut
ciiAnr.ta uNoiiorr a co
6H TtntS iircvi, uj t'rim iii.ir.
CENTltAL GLOTlinCQ STOItE !
m FAnNiiAM STBCirr,
hi. i lures usorlment ot Clothlnz. Hats, Caps,
.. II ... .. J... . b.ill lmld fllls.
rni ii ha vriii iaii ai uri-wa u iu mm --
Oull and seo.
ADVERTISE fit THE
BitooiCLYN, Docembor 31.
SupervUor J. Prcutiss.Geo. Fisiter.
and John W. Harmon havo prepared
and preeeutod tho ljoard of Supervi
sors of Kings County n vory startling
report rolatingto Irregularities in the
management of public instructions
iu Ilrooklyn. The Commissioner of
Charitios aro denounced aseither cor
rupt or grossly incompetent. A com
parative tublo and cost of supplies in
Brooklyn and-New York, showini:
that n profit of from 60 to 200 per
cent, has been mado iu purchases
of general morchandUo, nud by con
tract, nnd tho nttontion of tho Gov
ernor will bo called to tho whole subi
ject for such action as he may deem
Washington, Dec. 31.
Tlio correspondent of tho Chicago
Trihuuo in this city has been misled
by a designing person to make certain
,fnlEe assertions roaardlnz Geuoral
ter tcudorcd his reslguatlou us nrmy
officer nnd wns accepted id duo form,
with tho custamnry and legal leave
of nbionco granted ofijeers
under suoh circumstances. tils
contract with the Pullman Company,
with which he is now conneotcu ns
chief executive, expressly btlpulntcd
that he should resign from the nrmy.
tils friends say lio woulu not enter
the service unless such a duty was
Imperutlvo, He may havo drawn
ornco Porter, Into Privato Secretary
Goneral Grant. Tho truth is Por-
On Account of Removal.
Genuine French Merinos
In alt now shades,
his legal pay allowed him pending.
lit iili.nnrn. lint this is cuslomarT
OMAHA DAILY BiwlWif WiStj2d V ,a,v Cw$T'
AT 75 CENTS.
.a.!xx cl DKT otjLoxLB.
At corresponding prices. n7
Corner Tenth nud Podge Streets,
COOK i. BALLOU, Props. J.lI.qilliUN, Agt.
Fresh and Salt Meats
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. AL60
? , & J. WILBUR
Offer ncho'ce collection of
FOR THE HOLIDAYS, AT
613 3Tovvrn.tb. St.,
tecuth nud h
uironio DIrscsrrprrW-UflJihStir S to
i. a. v., -j io o ana 7 10 8 t7
Plspen.ca his own rnodclnes, and bealde.
rejalar Pir-tlce, makes snoclalltlerM Perango.
ments and Plseasen Peculiar toWowen. Flsfii.
a, I .les and other P.'seases ot the Heetam, T
Office nnd BmIiUbm, Cornor Farnham sid
Hthbticets, first door to tho right, up atalra
Omjlis, Neh. Address Lock Bos ik.
DR. W. PETERSON,
Pliysician and Surgeon.
Office. So. 232 Chicago." 'irtet,
Hctwecn Thirteenth and rourteeuth. -f
Offlco Hour 8 to 10 a. m.j nnd 2 to 4 p.m.'
, nju'l'lio Clcnunn nntt Scnmllnnvlnn
languages spoken. nuvlStf,
REAL ESTATE AQEN0IB3,
LtTU 5. IUO
67R0N REED & CO.
The Oldest Estthltshod
Real Estate Agency
Keep a complete Abstract ot Titles to all Real
uiaio in uuaacu anu uougiai lountf,
S12 Fourteenth St., Omahtti Neb.
We wou'desJI attention to our superior fa
ellltlri ru-t'o'ng all kinds ot Tin, Copper, and
CilvniilEtl-l.uu rrnrk on buildings, or any
kind of Jt'jor con.-a:l fork.
We i'j both HlACTIOAI, workmen,, ard
perr.ons'Jysunsrl'ltende-eUand erery piece ol
wo.ic doro In ojr ci rh'Uhm-nt.
'er ft a or;onn for Yan; Celebrated Ta
tent Vo trb'e tiouhle-oren Co6klnz lUnie, foi
lV.tPle ItsVences, Hotels, lldlnj Huutcs,
and (icitautants., P'eaieirll and exanjlue It.
UOUDAItll & IlEAU,
834 Douglas Street, Omaha.
f, Oi Iock bn 3v4, m ? diirt
NEW GOODS !
O. STllII'PLUIt & CO.,
8uceesors to F I. McDonald, Hi: ooiner of loth
and Fan ham streeti, ro.otfully annouuro to
um tuiHii. ui uniia inui we iuvo tun opcnuJ
Choice tlrocerlesi nud rrovslons,
FRUITS, NUrS, t'ONFKCTIONEUY,
TOBACCO ami CIGARS,
Which wo will sell as low as the lowest In the
(tty. Call and examine oar stock, and prtco
will fewM. IW.UIU UUf mil eisswiiuio, iioa ly
TUItKISII DATItS. Poiicni., Shower, Tub,
Hot uud Cold lUtlis. Klectrlclty, Swe-llsU
MoTCinent, Mwllcatcd Vapor, and otherapeclflo
romoilles. Tho proprietor nf this Institution
Is trestlrig with woudorful success by t hew
combined aud patent agencies, all forma ol
Hcroiuia, lllmunutlim, (acuta an 1 chroulo).
Dropsoy, (local and goucril), Asthma, Dlspuiw
sla, Urer ; and I.ung coiniilaluts.nndnll die.
eaT",l'.!clano'""H',.1,ne'8km 0 Pones, At.,
and all dlseasos peculiar to women,
MTI'atlenU lkiarded In tne Institute. "Oa
Offlco on tth stroet, lutweou Farnham and
Harner. p. 12. D. BAllltirrj,
tTrftsll. It. Drug Store,
OOB. BIXTEHTK k W1MTF.R STB,
North Omaha for .
parul uay or night, and ,
with taru and 1II.11.I1.1.
Nioiit Mkli. at sloro dod
. u. Ageui lor HUNi
uanu-ti UiX. W.
No. smith t.,it
Constantly 0.1 lumi. 1
Agent for Union Coal
Of Omaha, during Ihehstslxlem years, reo
onimcnds hit Urge stock at greatly reduced
rates, No 18S Farnham ttrwt, ath side, b:
twciu 11th aniwtn. ' u.-otj
HN, COPPEK AT
.Tin lioonng. Pnoullng.
hort notlco und lu llhl
. L Jv
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