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THE )AILY BEE;
D7E0 E03BWATBB, IMltcr and Piop'r.
Ol'FH K-.Vo. 13H lurnlinm-.t.,
", lict. Ninth and Tenth.
eiopy one year In advance f7 00
" all months 3 7
one week It
OMAHA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
'mpCLHRH A SMITH. 1 Harner street.
bet ween lllh and 12lh. dta.18 t(
A 1! SIEYUNS. S12 Thirte'enlh street.
Uniahi. dco 8t(
(Jlrue and Ietura Frnmrs.
J, flclnhart, Hi DourIm street, dealer Id
window glass a M p'ctura frames, (flaring
dune t't order. s2:tf
. W 0. SAKDKIW, rraotlcil Watchmaker,
3l IHh street, opposite poslcftlce. sepllllf
(loots mid Hlioca.
PHILIP LANO, IV) I'arnhim ilrcel, betweon
fiulU and Lleventh. febl7-ly
kl ... .w.. ..,.
k n. I. f .A.TEY. MrnM Twelfth ami DmlvUa
Uriels. Manufacturer an J WhotesAto Dealer in
(feiMilej i ii J Cotifcctlonerr. Couulrr train
Ilsullcltod. ' apltf
CO!, AND A Cl.t.tOrr. Coal. Mine. C-
, unit, llalr, tc. 131 Karnham street,
J. A KtlEDEU. Viuaittl. corner 12th and
; Fruits nml Confectionery.
AKDON A IM.DltlDai;, ilo.itcn In Krultn
Confectionery. North Tola Soda Wster at
V nel', O.Mand. mayl-Cni
Kl Flir.NCIt A McKUON. Firs and AcclJcnl
laiuranco ageni, oicr mo run omce.
M nLaUTTEIt, No. ZOOFarnhim street.
I IUnl KitnlcnuilConl Office.
JOHN JOHNSON, office JOT raarteenlh !.,
.twem I'arnliam and Dminl.ii ; alio, tickets
i 'to nod (torn Ut'roift, Drafts, lusuraucv, .to.
.Tewiler nml OMffjjlnii.
.t. F. 8AWVT.lt. 2il Doullf it. Watches.
flocks, Jewelry, Spoctaclci, aud Eye-laisvs.
OMAHA 6Ti:AM I.AUNtItY. Come.- of
i lwnty-firstaiid Itird streets. Order slato ut
I Zalltorula 'Vine Company.
limine nml HIk I'nlnttra.
I.rilMANN A DRAM). Homo anJ Stan
Rilntitri .Tenth .fleet, twtwmli KaruhnM nnd
I'lMMIUM 80A1 WOIIKS. rowntl Co.,
ill lumiulnctiiie lliolr celebrated ' mluin
'r r i iTBiiraipniniiiins awnnipii nr iiout-
.r county ana Btnto raira, ami rotuwaiutnie
I ' ttnly. Iowa. Ortli ra sollf ltfl from the trade.
dun il lie nlul Kmbrolilti-)'.
Kl'AMPINO mil KMncniDFItY done to
order, at Mra Jl A I'olger'i, Mth street, 3d
uoor norm ui iit'Ko, luasi bhihj. uruiTBcrii
I hell-It atllmrmee o' llio Groror & UaLer H
HAS AN AmiMCLATRD CAPITAL
tn'r.1 tn rrnl rUln nntl innrlaneA 111 New
Yorlc Cttr, In New York nnd Uiiltod Htatra
rnoniH, nml ftcaniiv mcreiiuig uuier.n yennj
.leruimo oi more man
Tha Htm Injured liy Ilia Hoc'cty are caro-
tully B'locled In dlfr.irctit pr.ru ol North Ain
erkunnd l.urop1, ItiriilsnlnK liy thli broad
He 1 ol onorallniis on nii'iiuonni auu rxcep
Jln'nl nclrto tho Policy hoUerJ. 'llio 111-
Viranct aramade only u tho
lfi auriiliii tirenitiimi aroroturnel annually
to tho Insured Prcmlumi aro reeelrod and
LOSSES PAID IN CASH ONLY.
1M1M. urn ImmM mrnlila at tho death lit the
tiisurd, alsi piyahln atllio oml of n certain
'"numbarot years. Policies arj also lnuedoutlio
!-Oron t'wprlnclplool aeJiimitlatlng profits for
deQnlto periods, nhleh was nrHt Introducol hr
tills society, anil lias nesn recominoaueu mm
mdorsol hy emlncut experts tn
Ami livfndlna l)inlii"i men. Fortr-four twr
cent.li a been oiuiidanil ricuuiulatidon the
Proinluraspald nn Its TotitlDe l.Ho l'uliiles,
andfotty par ciitit. on tha
Tontine Endowmont Poiicies
Issael within tlio last fire years. Tho Dlrec
Korsol tha KitltiMn I.tlo Aimrance Hnelcty
"mnfMint etLliiilrelr tho Interests Af tha
VoUar-lIillirs, unl In preenttn tho foolo'y
' to notloo. their foil tint It Ins stroiii claims
upm public contldonro, lo.um of tin strict
ad eonsertlro principles by which Its rarl
oin djpirtrusiitn ire Rirernoi. In the assets
aud In t'jondmlnlstratlon of the Society,
A Perfect Security
. Jsglrep. firtlio future, which Is of great Impor
tance to tliT.adcpoidliu upon their Insurance
a at. . .1 1 I .., t ... of l.il (ai.illlnu K'n
iLtU Insuaanco Com pan jr hi bucU LrrfO acnual
None isiooro prompt and, Just In Its dealings.
W. N. GRAIN,
Nebraska and Dakota,
r3T VourloeiUlii.1., ODIAIIA, NII.
QROOnUB & O0MMI3BI0H MEB0UANT8.
Clark 6c Freuoli,
Corner Fariiliaiu ami 11th &U.
WWOrJrs iollcllel aud promptly Dlled.C
JOMN II. GREEN,
GRAIN, FLOUB AND FLED.
cor, If iBtb Ad Jaelueia SU
Somb of our persecuted free luucn
cittzans talk of emigrating to the
The New Orleans Republican sayu:
"Next week wo shall have Lytlia
Thompson nt ono theatro and tho
'Wicked World' Ht unother."
Thf. telegraph informs us that an
other bank cashier has confessed to
sundry irregularities, amounting in
the neighborhood of $05,000. An
other evidence that irregularities
aro not confined to -political ofllca
An Arkansas paper says that there
is only ono politician in the State
who is nbovo suspicion. Ex.
That is ono tnoro than wo could
muster in Nebraska.
In tho opinion of a Wyoming con
temporary wood goea farther when
left out of doors than when well
housed. Pome of.hU woodpile went
half a mile tho other day.
According to tho Council Bluflk
Olobe the Spoon I.ako fool-killer now
use, Omaha whisky instead of a club.
Council Blun'i may therefore preparo
for tho worst. An obituary notice of
tho Olobe man is likely to appear in
tho very next issue of that paper.
And now wo learn that old Bill
Allen's colored coachman eloped
with a German servant girl, greatly
to tho disgust of tho Democrats who
elected Allen on a strictly nntismis
ccgenation platform. There is only
one consolation, Ohio probato courts
are not restrieted by tho law of color
in issuing a marrlngo license.
JusTior. is not so much n mockery
in Louisiana as It used to bo. A Now
Orlonns justice has decided that
whero two families occupy a house,
ono family can't sing " Captain
Jinks" over thirty times in succession
without being liable to n fine for dis
turbing tho peace.
The Chicago InlerOcean some
days pgo propounded tho conun
drum, "What is money?" to which
tho Toledo Blade replies:
"Well,, that depends upon whoio
you arc. In Chicago, it may mcau
shin-plasters; In Toledo, gold; and in
Warhington, greenbacks, while there
nro places whero potmetal is money,
nnd bras, of which there is such an
abundanco in Chicago." .
Self-interest prompts us to deal
with thoso who give us the best bar
gains. If you will step in at PL.
Gottheimcr's, No. 200 Farnham, you
will bo convinced that you can buy n
good suit of clothing, overcoats and
furnishing goods for less money than
iuanyothc'r house in this city. Como
and price our goods bo faro buying
Monoy loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gems, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at I'll. Gott
liuimor'n, 2QG Farnhatn st.
Unredeemed pledges for salp.
Railroad tickets bought and sohl.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
Ulomor-at-Law And Solicitor In
OrriOE-Orer First HaUcaal Bank,
COR. THIRTEENTH FARNIIAM BTS.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFFICn-NO. , VISaCHER'S ULOCK,
G. W. AMBROSE,
e.ttar-xvv " t - Xjs.xt
HEUICK'S OFERA HOUSE
OMAHA, . NED.'
bAVAGE & MANDERSON,
Attorneys at Law,
Hi FAUN HAM BTRKAT,
jaue w. iAVAOK, I Omaha. Nebraska.
ClUKt.K" ywr)Ma. "ua,ncurasaa.
j, s. arAUh.
UKO. K. rKlTCIIKTTl
SPAUN & PRITCHETT,
Attoraoya lad Conusolors at Law.
Office, BOO Twelfth Utrcet.
P. O. A.l.lr..., Jjwt Hot 4(M, eb
W, J. CONNELL,
Oouuaellcr .t Xjmttc
District Attoruoy for Second Jud
OFFICK South tide of I'aruham, between
lMh and 10th sti., opposite Court House.
e. estakkooic. w. m. fra ncis
Estaurook & Francis,
Sptclal attention gtren to Court Practlca,
OFFICK Cor. Fourteenth and DougUa ats
J Advertise in tlio Bee
jpeclallj Rtpotted for tha Om&ia Dally Bee,
by thr. AtUntlo nnd Paelfio Telegraph Co,
Last Night's Dispatches,
Ecclesiastical Troubles in
No Official Information that In
demnity Has Been Demand- .
ed by Spain. .
The Entire Ropublidan Ticket
Electod in Memphis.
WAaniNOTON, Jan. 2.
No official information has been re
eelved comflrmatory of tho report
from Madrid respecting indemnity to
be demanded by tho Spanish govern
ment in tho caso of the Vim'tnius.
nor is it probable any such demand
will be made. It It hbould be, pay
ment, would, there is good ground
for stating, bo refuted on the prin
ciple established by tho Geneva tri
bunal in dltallowancoof indirect or
couse(iucntinl damages, llio pre
paration of tho Virginlus correspon
dence will bo completed to-morrow,
and may be sent to Congress on Mon
day. An appropriation by Congress of
noarly two million dollars, gold, will
bo renilirod In unliyfiiotinn nf nlatm.
nuuncu oy vuo unitou estates anu
Tho -teamshin Franklin, reported
lost, has arrived at Key "West.
Paris, San. 2.
A Berlin special says government
has absolutely determined to abstain
from interference) with tho inner
ecclesiastical organization of dicceses
during the strugglo with tho Romish
church, nnd to confluo its action to
rigorously repelling auy encroach
ments of Bishops upon State rights.
Existing proscriptions, respecting
administration ot dioceses when
bishopries are vacant, will servo lor
cases in which prelates shall bo
turned out by government. These
dioceses left without hoad will be
administered by tho Vicar-General,
who will, In his turn, bo dioccsed
should ho not comply with tho letter
of the statues.
New York, Jau. 2.
One thousand workinguion wore
dlschaiged from tho navy yard tos
Tho Spanish frigato Arapiles,
which was released from her long con
fiucmcut in floating dock to-day,
grounded while being towed to the
east sido of tho navy ynrd whero she
intended shipping her guns, and is
likely to remain last some time.
San Francisco, Jan. 2.
It has rained' hero incessantly
since miduight last night, and still
The Now Year hiliday was gener
A Ci(ua steamer, duo since Sun
day, has not yot been heard from.
Reports from various portions of
tho stnto show that tho rain tall has
been very generally distributed.
There aro fears of floods in tho Sacra
meuto aud San Joaquin valleys.
Walhinqton, Jan. 2.
Tho public debt increased $G,V33,
272 during December.
Not tho slightest anxiety is felt at
tho Navy Department in regard to
the safety of thcU. S. steamer Frank
lin, which sailed from Boston Decem
ber 23d, for Key West, and which, it
is rumored, foundered, with all on
board. She was not expected to
reach her destination 'boforo tho Oth
or Gth of January on account of tho
course she took aud other cl re C in
stances calculated to delay her.
Detroit, Jan. 2.
Tho grocery storo and dwelling of
G, W. Aldorton, at Saginaw City,
was completely demolished this after
noon by tho explosion of a can ol
powder. A four-year old daughter
of Alderton's was killed instantly,
and her mother and a plork named
Williams wore badly burned. It is
supposed to have been caused by the
child pnttlug a lighted match into
Washington, Jan. 2.
Gen. B. J. Sweet, Deputy Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue, died here
yssUrday morning, after two weeks'
illnces, with pneumouiii. Gen. Sweet
entered tho volunteer army from
Wisconsin, and was well known iu
the West as tho commander at Camp
Douglas, Chicago, at which city ho
was aftdrwards appointed panslon
Ni:w York, Jan. 2.
Tho sunken coal bargo at tho en
trance of the floating dock whero tho
Spanish frigato Arapiles has been
confined has been removed and tho
William Bantu, aged lf, was found
dead and covered with blood yester
day on tho stoop of Warren's Hotel,
at Canal and Elizabeth strceti. Tho
bar tender and fivo other persons
havo been arrested to await investi
gation into tho. cause of his death.
Memphis,- Jan. 2.
The entire Republican tlckot was
elected yesterday. Majority for
payor, 800; other much Urgor,
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY
An Extensive Coal Combination.
A Review of the Virginlus Sur
vivors. Cheorful Opening of the New
Year in Wall Street.
The County Soat Takes a Sud
ISpcclallo the Omaha Dki:.
Ashi.and, Neb., Jan. 3.
Tho Ashland peoplo awoko yestor
day morning and found they wore no
longer living at tho county seat, but
that it had been spirited away while
thoy wcro quietly slumbering. The
reason of this sudden leave-taking
was that certain parties wore quietly
working- their underground railroads
for au Injunction, but tho county
ofilcors, smelling a very largo mouse,
took tho hint, nnd suddenly camo to
tho conclusion that last night would
be a good timo to change tho county
seal; nnd accordingly about three
o'clock this morning they took sev
eral loads of books and paper, and
moved silently but not slowly to
New York, Jan. 3.
During the past few weeks prepars
tions havo beeu making for tho con
solidation of several of tho largest
cum L-iiiiipuuies oi me couutry, anu
it is now expected that by tho close
of the present month, all arrange
ments will be completed, and a new
board of officers duly elected. Tho
combination will consist of the
Wjlkosbarre, Honey-Brook nnd Le
high coal, and will probably bo de
noted as tho Lehigh & Wilkesbarrc
Coal Company. Tlio new coal com
pany will compriso theso threo com
panies, and will begin business with
a capital of $10,000,000.
The great Loudon fog, of which
wo had nn excellent imitation two
weeks ago, bus again spread over tho
city. Last night tho air began to
thickon, and at midnight so dense
was tho fog that navigation on the
river was difficult, and a dangerous
undertaking. Fog bells were kept
in motion all night. It lias not lilt
ed this morning, but still hangs over
tho city as over. The atmosphere is
clcwe und damp, tho otrcots slushy,
and tho weather generally most in
Tho steamship Ethiopia, which
went nshoro tit Staton Island yester
day, was drawu off last night by
threo tugf, and brought up to this
city. She was badly strained on her
reefs, and hor cargo somewhat dam
aged. Capt. Holbrook, of tho Staten Is
land police, who attempted suicido
recently by shooting, U now said to
be out of danger, ilo has resigned
from the police force.
Andrew Donovan surrendered him
self to tho police yestorday, stating
that n few weeks ago ho wua en
trusted with $4,000 in U. S. bonds
by his employers, Rndekor & Co., at
Austin, Texas, to settlo souio ac
counts. Instead of attending to
business ho sold tho securities nud
spent tho monoy, now becoming
ennilessnnd penitent. Ho wants to
bo sent to Austin for punishment.
He is held by tho police, but it is
thought ho is imitating Irving, of
Nathan murder notortoty.
New York, Jan. 3.
A review of tho Virginlus sur
vivors will take place at Wirjellob.
restaurant, in this city, on Monday
Tho British atoninaiiln Tnrnrnnilnn.
al arrived at this port yesterday with
u iun cargo oi torpcuoes lor the
United Stnfea Gnvr-rninonl. wlilnli
had been ordered for the deftuce of
tlio priucipal harbors on the coast, in
view of tho nntklliillrv nf' wnr with
Spain. Tho steamer proceoded to
iv minis i-oini, wucre suo will be
Piiiladelvhia, Jan. 2.
Though no strike has occurred
hero among tho Pennsylvania ralN
road employes, transportation of
freUbt westward is eroatlv itnnedod
"by "tho blockade in the Western
stales, aud owing to strikes there.
Trains of empty cars aro being dis
patched from West Philadelphia for
points beyond Pittsburg, but no
loaded cars nro leaving, nud train
hands aro now only working half
London, Jan. 2.
Dispatches from tho gold coast re
port that the British forces havo
driven tho Ashantees before them
and penetrated seventy miles into
their country. Threo hundred
Ashantees wero drowned In crossing
the river Proh during their retroat.
Tho gold coast is very unhealthy.
Chioacio, Jan. 2.
A special dispatch from points on
tho railroad lines affected by th ' re
cent engineers' strike reports that the
striko is at an end. At Donnison,0.,
the engineers are applying for work
again, and at Crestline they aro re
suming their places, except those
occupied ' y freight engineers who
volunteered to run passenger engines,
which they are allowed to keep, and
tho recalcitrant nuRsenirpr nioinnnrn
are put on freight trains.
London, Jan. 2.
A bt. Petersburg dispatch says tho
articlo in tho treaty between Russia
and Bokhard abolishing ulayery is
directly due to tho exertions of Sec
retary Schuyler aud all members of
the American legation at St. Petcrt-lurg.
CoLtfiintB, 0., Jan. 2.
Tho striking ongincers hero still
hold out, notwithstanding the striko
Is breaking at other points. Tho
trouble hero is they wauHheir lead
ers taken back by tho railroad com
panies, which' the latter are iudisi
posad to do. Tho companies have
notified all tlio engineers who want
enjfjncs back to apply immediately.
New York Produco Market.
New York, Jan. 3.
Corn Quiet and steady.
Oats Steady at C003.
Pork Quiet and firm.
Lark Quiet and firm.
Gold 1 10 7-8.
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, Jan. 8.
Flour Quiet; good to choice ship
ping extras. 6 605 87.
Wheat FIrmp.r mul Citrlv .nilvv
cash, 1 18 1-2; Feb., 1 21 1-2.
Corn Quiet and firm; cash f3 7-8:
Feb. 04 7-8; March 60; May CO 1-2.
Oats Quiet; cash 38 1-2; Feb.
39 1-2: May 48 1-2. t
Barlov Firm; No 2, 1 45; No 8.
1 13; rejected 9G1 01.
March 1C 30.
Lard Firm; cash 8 85; - Feb. 8 60
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chioaoo, Jan. 3.
Hogs Receipts 14,000; market
qulot and easier, packers holding ofT;
only fow sales; extreme range 4 90
6 6o ; generally 4 OOfflS 40.
(Otm bell's Block,) '
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
Eyo Glnsses and Spectacles,
W. Bt, OMAHA, tlEBBASKA.
Jewelry manufactured to order. Flno
Watchos, Clocks, and Jewelry, rana'red and
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE-Orer State Rank, corner lSlh and
Faruham aUeeta. U201I
Notice of Incorporation.
Articles ef Incorporation of tha Odd Fellowa'
Hall A.socl.tlou have been filed and rtcordej
Iu the County Clerk's office, In Douglas coun
ty, Nebraska, on pugeSIS, Hook of Incorpora
tions. 1. Tho name of the Incorporation U the Odd
Fellows' Hall AnsocUHon ol Omaha.
2. The principal place of transacting Its bus
iness Is In the city of Omaha. Neb.
3. 'I ho general nature nf the buslucss to be
transacted Is to hold real estate aud ptrsinal
property necessary to erect and maintain a
buiMIng and Its appurtenances In the a.ld city
of Oinabu, to Iwus-d as an Odd Fellows' Hall,
and for any orhfr lawful purpose.
4. The amount of capital stock authorized Is
one hundred thousand do'lara, to be paid In an
follows: 1,0 on or before October 16th,
187JJ $1,000 on or before Nov. 1st, Wi; li.wio
rin or before March lat, 1874; $2,000 on or lie
foreAntlUst, 1S71; 12,000 on or before May
1st, 1K71, and tte remainder at such times and
In such manner as the Ucard of Dlroctors shall
B. Tho time o commencement of this corpo
ration Is the 8th day of September, 1S73, and
terminates on the 8th day of -September, mi.
0. The highest amount of indebtcdnosi or
liability to which this corporation Is at auy
tlmo to sablect Itself Is SM,000.
7. The affairs ol this corporation aro It Ikj
conducted by a Hoard of twelve Directors
chosen by the stockholders.
, -...,., w- M' UWYEH, Prcsldoat.
J. EVANS. Scorelwry. di27osalU
N.J. 1IDNIIAM. JOHN V. KEI.LEY.
Burnham & Kolley,
Attorneys and Counsellors
OMAHA, - - NEB.
Ho. 260 FAENHAM BTHEET, KEHEI.T
r QPr-OSm; OBlHOOBH liuf. HOTEL.
CoUfcUunssollclte! and promptly attended to.
Otis II. Ballon,
Attorney at Law.
Offlca oxer First National Bank,
OxaahA, m JKTol-t,
ADVERTISE IN THE
OXAHA DAILY BEE.
Hew Dress G-ood
25 Per Cent, CHEAPER than those Soiling out at COST
GKRIE.A.a? BA.P,a-A.XiTS IN nCILXiHSTEK;-!
$5,000 Worth to bo closed out in 30 days at COST I
Consiatinrj f Trimmed and Untrimnied Nat, , Flowcw. Real and Imitation Feather., Black and Colored Silk
v.,v7, rniu vsiuivi-ui, i.iuuuiii, OiU., c. llll'SO UOOtH
MUST BE SOLD to make room for a L,VRGE STOCK o
NEW- GOOBS, Suitable for our CHRISTMAS TRADE.
J! M nrMc, M "l""10"' Will oP3n In a fcw day
Cor. 14th. and Famaara Ste.,
r C3Vtk,X-IA.. ONTo. "
jfjltjzj Stock, i$73 i '
R. A. BROWN, 248 Douglass street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY MM, GAEPETS AND OIL CLOTHS !
An Immense Stock of Fresh New G-oods Just Opened to be
SOLD LOWER THAN ANY OTHER. HOUSE IN THE CITY,
MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELX.ANTS
ALPACAS AND MOHAIllS, ALSO VELVET AND
A FULL STOCK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
. LADIES' AND' CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
.WEAR AND WORSTED GOODS !
V.EBXl.33 X.iaST33Kr X3ST O-XX.33 A.T -CVA-XmaT-ST. -CL X1TXjX. XjI3NT JEJ 0&
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 'CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
MATTING- RUGS AND MATS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! ,
E. 'P. AG-iiJ, Proprietor.
TENTH STREET, Between Famham ami Harney, OMAHA,' NEB.
TKltMS j-l'cr Day, 81.UO Two Mcils and fxiUIn, 91 S3 J oua foal A IidBlng, 81.00.
THIS HOUSE, LEASE AND FURNITURE, FOR SALE ! a
IF YOU WANT AN A It 110 1. la
L. FREUDENHBIM & DRO.,
260 Douglas .St.,
IM. IU and 17th.
On Account of Removal.
Genuine French Merinos
In all new shades,
AT .75 CENTS.
-Axi. d 3NT otioxLM,
At corresponding prices. n7
Corner Tenth and Pud go Btrccta.
COOK A UAU.OU, Trops. J. II, GIIECN, Agt.
Fresli and Salt Meats
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALSO
FISH, POULTRY AND GAME,
Dealer In the choleeit brand of Detroit Clgrs,
K O JUker'a Aiucrlciu liable tine-cut chew lug
lohuco. Also a Tarlcty of Key West and
A flue variety of Aui, smoking and ui to
bicros. MTATIOKllVo( all descriptions.
N. Y. wc.kliej, nndiiioiithly lujg.tluea. (Jive
uie a call, Kl Fafiiham St., bet. Vlli und loth,
ft'luiire, "Nam." a4tt
Worth of Choicest Groceries to ho sold nllliln
CO dsrs, at the only exclusively -i
St prlcea that d.ljr.couiimtltlon, "Jl TtMi-.o 8t
opposite ne I'osWfflw. B. U. bPENCKIt.
FROM NEW YORK AUCTION
XjQ - wieir, TjBi.A.:rr is-visiR 1
L & J. WILBUR
Offer ncholco collection of
FOR THE HOLIDA YS, A T
513 Fourtoontli St.,
Bojj. Faraham and Douglas.
EEAL ESTATE AQEN0IE3,
OVROM HICKO. LEWIS S. RlgD
BYRON REED & CO.
The Oldest E.tilllhed
Real Estate Agency
Kcepacompleto Abstract of Titles ta all Kesl
Eatato In Oinaha and Douglas lountr,
512 Foartecnth SU, Omaha, hob.
NEW GOODS !
O, HTUiri.'I.ICU A- CO.,
Succeaiora to V I.McDonald, HH co ner uf 10th
and I arnham streets, respectfully aniiouacu to
tho citizens of jUmaha that wo havo Just opened
a new stock of
Choice Ctrocerlr mul l'ra l.lon.,
YllVlTa, NUTS, UOXFEOTIOXERY,
TOBACCO and CIOAllS,
Whlili w will sell as low as the lowest In the
city. Call and examlno our stock, and price
ntir ori.ula Ihi'a. 1.....I.. .!.. ' ..... ...
Known ai the leading
'OtPiuaha, during the last sIxIbmi years, rec
ommends ,l'l largo atoclt at greatly reduced
xtfoisfltttstfr ,,rwl' ,oul" aa ts-
t 3a n ivr
One copy, one year, la adTance, tl W
" thro '
DR. C. E. TENNENT,
PHYSI IAN AND SURGEON.
Itesldeuco-No. 41.1 Twelflli a'rret, betact
Unwanl nu IJarkwin. "
rdurgery in all lis branches.
Dr. F. O. Heed,
Chronic Diseases a spochlly. Oinco botira 9 to
11 A. M.,2 to a nnd 7io8 p. u.
Dispenses his own raedclnc, and bestdoe
SSIS'-S ni"' "'"K0' P,lJltU of l"rX
iiind. ?,1w fwmlur to Women, I'lsfu
a, Illes nnd other Dl.eisca of tho lUttuni.
l tYuaVr " nJlt-ltuco, Corner Karnhaiu and
n.Ul?lr w1' nr't,,1.0'- o Hie right, up atalra
Oinaha, Neb. Address Loclc Box ''01.
. " IrsiiUwif
DR AV. PETERSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
OIUco. o. 232 Chicago Ircot,
Uelwcon Thirteenth and I'ourtoenth.
Office Hours-8 to 10 a, M.j nnd 2 to 4 p. u,
nguTlin neriiiuii anil Sciiiiillnnvlnis
languages spoken. uovlBtf
TUIIKISU IIATIIS. Douche. Shower, T.I
Hot mul tA 1U(I,M uu.i.iLii- ..
Movement, JkHllcalcd Vapor, and oilier .peclne
.",'oa,.?"'1 l"!c,,t entle, all forms ol
Hcro'ula, ItheuiualUiii, fouto an 1 chronic),
Dropsey, (local and goneral), Asthma, Dlspcj"
la, JJver and Lung conii.laluU. aud alldli
oascaof Klduoya,Hplne,Hkiti nnd llones, Af
ailllull ,ll.A.'lMi tinf.Mll i. ... ..
sMTI'jtlcn hoarded In tun Instliiil0.-i
Otnce on Utla street, Iwtweeu IWnhim nnd
Hariioy. mi. II. O. HAItlUm,
U. P. R. R. Drug store,
COR. SIXTEENTH & WEB8TEH 8TB,
illklndi Tor DUVOS PATENT ME 0 01 MP8
TIOLUB, Hrusli(, IVrfumnry, Ac. i'JIY3I.
rure.1 day or light, and all orders ahsworod
with caro and dlspjtih.
Nioht Bell at storn door and side door.
N.l. Agent for 1IUSKI DOltl BITlEBa
marStf Uit. W. UDWA11D3, l'rop'r.
y.;.?.,A1i!iU ",i,,.,"twpc" no' and Dodge,
limit. Uoillcliirti mul Kancy Hood.
Constantly oj hand, and .old at Mm kit ratki!
PtMcrlptlona Aocnrately Pieparod Uy ornlirht
Agent for Union Coil and Mining Oi.'iOuil
QlUiul AXM, l.AWUKNCK, lTop.
Schnoidor & Burmestor,
TIN, COFVKH ANU SHEET IHON
WAitn. PKALnrji in
t'ookliif nntl Hcalinir Stoves.
ill? '?l!!!, 8n,ou1llnf n'Oulterlngilononr ,
hort no lea and In the beat manner. 33Ijk
Douglas stri'et. Mnm dlViSiiVite,.. ,
33 "Fl 1ST .TT "ir- .1- -v -rvT- s'l
w j.- jhj nva
UlUIIIfln.i.nHn A K
Lambrequins nud Window Slutlei,
--.ii.viuu lir AUU ORALEU IM.
i;iiHUJiu, JSXUUAYINIIS AND
:70 FarnUamitrwt'orBw rifUaatk, ,
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