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THE )AILY BBE.1
"W.EI EOEETnUTEE, Editor ui Tivft
OiriVKXft, las I rni.in-st-, I
i. lntb and Truth, I
f ropy nnc year In advance, . ..T7 OO
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out -ruck .. ......... JS
OIAHA LMESS DMJTQBL
Mi "Lmt A SMITH. IK Harney street,
lurtwaonllthandisth. d.18 Tl
A E ETETKSK Xl Thirteenth street,
mshi doe til
CI ait ar.d Picture Frame.
J Edchart, ItC Itmiclu street, dealer in
wlnBn- el'" add Jikaur. Ironies, nisiing
dons te order (ICtf
J cirri t.
"W. a RAIEH5. TrartleM -Watrumatrr,
Kl 14th street, opposite posleflice. stpl2tl
flouta JLHd Mi!tv
rUlUP I.AJSO, 1S6 rarnhara etrert,1iitwrii
rsoth and Uerenth. lel17-ly
Con f r 1 1 onery.
H. L 1.ATET, comer Twelfth and Pnuelss
ttrerta, Mauulacturrr and tCholcxule Itolnr in
Oitidlee and Coalectionery. Country trade
rOIAVD A ELLIOTT. Ciml, Lime, Oe
Bent, Hair, etc 1H Famhatn atruot.
J. A IiOEDEE. Drugglrt, corner 13th and
Frolta and Confectionery.
LASPOH A EUdUKQE, dealers In Fruits
nd OunlcetioiiorT. Xorth i'ole hods Water at
JjT. O.HUnd. mayl-Cm
rnnKCIl a HcClX): Fire aud Accident
Insurance AgBUU, rcr the Tint olfica.
M. ELO UTTER, So. 300 Farnham vtrart.
Real KutaUe ana Ctwl OJKce.
JOHM SftDSSOK, offiftMH ro Jrtrmtb St.,
tHrtwirti Faruuatn and Uiiujfn ; alnd, tickets
to and troin-EiTojm, l'rafla. Insurance, etc
Jrwilrr and Oyrtlcinn.
J F. SAWSIK 22 Kuuslas at. Watches,
nock, Jewelry, bjwctuclea, and Eye-slu.
OMAHA BTFJLM LAtTJTDnT. Corner of
I-wnnty-Crst and Izard streets. Order slat, at
SaUlorula M'lne Company
House and Men Talntrra.
IXtlMAKS A JUEAM), Ilouse and 8lcn
Painters, 'Xoutli atnmt, between Farnbaio and
Qaxnr-y. ap:6 tl
PfiEMIOTU HOJ tVOUES. Powrfl Co.,
. niiuitjartu:t their iliilira1ed ralum
i. 'le Omt primiunis awarded l)T tour
fountr and State Fairs, and Puttatraltanre
tf, lora. Ordiirs siiliclled frnm tiie trade
fttfttnplnc; anil Etaurolarrx.
irrAMPTXO mid fJIItROIDFKY done In
viTrtnr. at Mrs M A i olror'a, 14th atntt. "3d
donr north of Clilrgi, (eas s1d) Ordi rt ten A
tielntt altlmnfuie n' the GrnTer A liaker 5
H.VS JS ACf UlfULJlTEI) CJLFITJLL
Inree'cd in real rs-'J'te and niortCTSes In 'JTew
' Turk C3tr, in Hew Tnrt and "United Mates
Uiiida. and etiadilr iucreaslnc under, a jearlf
manna ol iuotb than
The llres lnsnre'1 Iit the Pot'etr are rcriw
lolly e-leciedln Olffiirrnt parts ol Nnrth Am
nrlra and "Curnp-, Iiirnlshlnc 1 this la-nad
"tle'd nl prtlnnv nn additional and awp
tlo al safpO'to the Policy holders. The in
surants era made only on the
The surplus premVnms are returned annuallr
tu the Insured PremJmni are rcceired aud
LOSSES PAID IN CASH ONLY.
Policies are lssned nayahle at the death nt the
lnioreil, nl jiiyahle nt the "d ol a certain
liumhar o! years. I'uUclet ara also issued on the
Or on t principle of necumulatinc. profits lor
ilsGnlte jierlods yrUKh ai Jinn imrodnred lr
this horlety and lies lieen reromnieaded and
iidorMil hy euiluunt cx)wru in
And by leading haziness min. Forty-Ionr per
'iwiUh slieen esiied and eccumulat'd on ilia
Prrialums iid on it.-Tuatlne Idle PullUea.
andlony r eenUiu ibe
Tontine Endowment Policies
Itinel irlthln the 1as Bee years. The Uirec-tu-tn!
the Cqulti tie tale Asinranee 9 clrtr
represent exclulTr.ly the intmtwtt vt the
rollry-Uoldors atil In preentlns the tocle'y
to nuilm liter foil -that it his etronr. ela'ms
ilpin public rnnnlenie, '-ecmln lit the strict
aud eonwratlre irlnipl by which its tstI
nus departments -re governed. In the assits
aal in the administration ol the bocietyf
A Perfect Sectirity
IstUenlor Jheiutur, whlculi nf prat impnr
tsnrs to those depe dln: upon their insursnre
lor the ultimate euvpart at their l-ralllas Jso
L.U. Insusanca Company has such Ure atBual
trail tactions as
JCoaslsraore prompt and just in its destines.
- w. n. ORAir,
' - Gen'l Manager,
Nebraska and Dakota,
' SIT roarleraUisl, OMAHA, AEB,
OK00EKB fc OOKiniBIOH aTEEOHlKTS.
Clark & French,
Corner Farnbim and lllh niu
aaVOrder solicited and promptly Ailed "W
JOHN II. CREEN,
6RAI5, FL0UE A1) FEE,
Oar. Vsastli suasl Jaeataaaa Sts
Some of our perweuted free lunch !
cltlzeui talk of ctnirating to the '
The New Orleans fitpullican mjk
"Next week we snail inre Ljdi
Thompson at one theatre and the
'Wicked World' at another."
The telxrspn informs tu that an
otlierliknk caoltlcr bad confcMied to
sundry irregularities, amounting in
the neighborhood of $65,W0. An
other evidence that irregularities
are not confined to political office
holders. As Arkansas psper sajs that there
is only one politician in the State
who is nbure suspicion. Ex.
That is one more titan ws could
Iy the opinion of a Wyoming con
temporary wood goes farther when
left out of doors than wben -well
housed. Soma of his woodpile went
half a mile the other day.
Acookdiko to the Council Bluffs
Globe the Spoon Lake feol-killer now
uses Omaha whisky instead of a club.
Council Bluffs may therefore prepare
for the worst An obituary notice of
the Glolt man is likely to appear in
the very next issue of that paper.
Axi now we learn that old Bill
Allen's colored coachman eloped
with n German servant girl, greatly
to the disgust of the Democrats who
elected Allen on a strictly anti-.mi-cegenation
platform. There is only
one -consolation, Ohio probate courts
re not restricted by the law of color
in issuing a marringe license.
Justice is sot so much a mockery
in Louisiana as it used to be. A New
Orleans justice has docided that
where two families occupy a house,
one family can't aing " Captain
Jinks" over thirty time in sneceasion
without being liable to a fine for dis
turbing the peaoe.
The Chicago Inter-Ocean some
days fgo propounded the conun
drum, "What is money?" to which
the Toledo Blade replies:
'Well, that depends upon whete
you are. In Cbicngo, it may mean
shin-asters; in Toledo, gold; and in
Washiucon. greenbacks, whilt there
are plnces where pot-metal is money,
-and brass, -of which there is such an
abundance in Chicago."
Self-interest prompts us t deal
with those who giro us th best bar
gains. If you will step in at I'L.
Gotthcimer's, No. 20C Farnbam, you
will be convinced that you can buy a
good suit of clothing, overcoats and
furnishing goods for less money than
in any other house in this city. Come
and price our goods before buying
Money loaned on diamonds,
watches, jewelry, gemi, pistols, and
merchandise in general, at Ph. Gott
heimer'R, 20G Farnham L
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Railroad tickets bought and sold.
JOHN W. LYTLE,
itterBej-Att-Law 4 Solicitor in
CniOX Ortr TitA XaHonal lank,
COIL THIETEESTH A FAESHAM STB.
JOHN C. CO WIN,
OFF1CE-K0 2, TIfiSCHEII'S BLOCE,
G. W. AMBROSE,
i.terTrx-v m.t - Zj m.-
KEBICK'S OFEKi. BOUSE
OMAHA, - JfEB.
bAVAGE L MANDER5PN,
Attorneys at Law,
au FABKHAM STEF.aT.
JAKKS W. SXTa,
cvaMjca r yiwvr.e.fnr.
3. a. STAO.
SPAUN L PR1TCHEH,
Attorneys lad Coanselors at Lair.
Office, 80C Twelfth Btrect.
W. J. CONNELL.
Oounaellor at Xmxsjv
District Attoraey for Secead Jot
OFTICE South aide ol Farnham, net ween
lMh aud lCih au oni-oalle Court House.
Estabrok & Francis,
Bjuclal attention given to Ooort PraoUoa.
'OfTlCaV Cor. roortesnlh and Ikauflsa aU
Advertise inlhe 3e
Eneciklly EenartSB far the Omaha Dafly Era,
s7 tie Atlantio aafl 7cio Telepann Oo.
An Extensive Coal Combination.
A Review uf the VirgintHS Sur
vivors. Cheerful OpRM ef the New
Yew in Wall Street
Nrw Yoek. Jan. S.
The first day of the new year in
Wall street was s satisfactory one to
all who tided through the dark dars
of the panic, and held on to their
Tarious properties and different olfi
ceswhere interest and dividends up
on Investments were disbursed, were
crowded with people anxious to ob
tain money, which it was some time
ago feared would not be paid All
railroads, however, except in a few
unimjiortant instances, met their ob
ligations promptly. Bonds which
failed to pay coupons are pre
paring to fund coupons and floating
debt until they are able to earn
monsy enough to meet their obliga
tions. Banks are steadily improving
in depoiu? and in their xe-erves;
loan certificates are nearly cancelled,
the amount outstanding vesterday
being only $970,000. The improve
ment of business jirospectsis not con
fined to Wall blreet alone, but from
every part of the country en
couraging reports are reoeived
of the progress ol financial
recovery. Manufacturing establish
ments are again starting up, and mo
ney is becoming more plentiful.
Bailronds are carrying much larger
freights at less exjiense, owing to the
universal reduction of wages,
and with the curtailment of
expenses in all brancbet of trade. It
it believed all establishment and
c irjwrauons now-upon a sound bais
will be able to pay large and earned
Nrvr Yoek, Jan. 3.
During the paBt few weeks prepar
tions have been making for the con
solidation of several of the largest
coal companies of the country, and
it is now expected that by the close
of the present month, all arrange
ments will be completed, and a new
hoard of officers duly elected. The
combination -will consist of the
Wilkesbarre, Honey-Brook and Le
high coal, and will probably be de
noted as the Lehigh & Wilkesbarre
Coal Company. The new coal com
jiany will comprise these three com
panies, and will begin business with
a capital of $10,000,000.
The great London fog, of which
we had ah excellent imitation two
-;" -Ei --a Trwa -t.
city. Last-night the air "began to
thicken, and at midnight so dense
svos the fog that navigation on the
river was difficult, and a dangerous
undertaking. Fog bells were kept
in motion all night. It has not litt
d this morning, but still hangs over
the city ub ever. The atmosphere is
close and damp, tbi street slushy,
and the weather generally most in
The ssamship Ethiopia, which
went ashore at Staten Island yester
day, was druwn off last night by
three tugs, and brought up to this
city. She was badly strained on her
reefs, and her cargo somewhat dam
Cd, Capt. Hclbrpok, of the Staten Is
land police, who attempted suicide
recently by shooting, if now cuid to
l out of danger. He has resigned
from the police force.
Andrew Donovan surrendered him
self to the police yesterday, tatiug
that a few weeks ago he -was en
trusted with H,000 in U. 6. bondB
by his employers, Jladeker &. Co., at
Austin, Texas, to settle some ac
counts. Instead of attending to
business he sola the securities and
spent the money, now becoming
penniless and penitent. He wants to
be sent to Austin for punishment.
He is held by the police, but it is
thought he is imitating Irving, of
Nathan murder notoriety.
Nkw Yoke, Jan. S.
A review of the Virginius sur
vivors will take place at Wjpjallos'
restaurant, in this city, on Monday
The British atcamship Internation
al arrived at this jiort yesterday with
a full cargo of torjiedocs for the
United States Government, which
had been ordered for the defence of
the principal har.Sorp on the coast, in
view of the possibility of war with
Spain. The steamer proceeded to
Willett'i Foint, where she will be
PfliLADr.U'HiA, Jan. 2.
Though no strike has occurred
here Among the Pennsylvania rail
road emj'loyea, tuinsjortation of
freight es ward i greatly imjKjded
by "the blockade in the Western
States, and owing to strikes theie.
Trains of empty cars are bein -dispatched
from West Philadelphia for
points beyond Pittsburg, but no
loaded cars are leaving, and train
hands are now only working half
Lokdok, Jan. 2.
Dispatches from the gold coast re
port that the "Brituh forces have
driven the Ashantees before them
and penetrated seventy miles into
then- country. Ihree hundred
Ashantees were drowned in crossing
the liver Proh during their retreat.
The gold coast is Tery unhealthy.
Loxrojr, Jan. 2.
A St. Petersburg dispatch asva the
article in the treaty between Busaia
and Bokhard abolishing slavery is
directly due to the exertions of Sec
retary rjchuyler and all members of
the Aaeerieaa legatie. at it. Peters
OMAHA, MONDAY MORISTINGK JAlnJAIlY'5, 1874
CoLriiEVfi, 0 Jan. a.
The sinking engineers here still
bold out, .notwithstanding the strike
is breaking at oilier joint. The
trouble here is they want their lead
ers taken hnck by the railroad com.
pauiea, which the latter are indis.
posed to do. The companies have
, notified all the engineers who want
J engines back to aj.pl y immediately.
j MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hew York Produce Market
Nrw YotK, Jan. 8.
Corn Quiet and steady.
Oats Sleedy at G0G3.
Fork Quiet and -firm.
Lark Quiet and firm.
Gold 1 10 7-S.
Chicago Produce Market
Chicago. Jan. 8.
Flour Quiet; good to choice ship
ping extras, o o05 87.
Wheat Firmer and fairly active:
cash, 118 1-2; Feb., 1 21 1-2.
Corn Quiet and firm: cash 53 7-8;
Feb. f.4 7-8; March 6C; May GO 1-2.
Oats Quiet; cash 8S 1-2; Feb.
391-2; May 4S 1-2.
Barley Firm; No 2, 1 4D; No S,
118; rejected 9501 01.
Pork Quiet; Feb., 14 S014 65;
March 15 80.
Lard Firm; cash 8 85; Feb. 8 50
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Jan. 8.
Hogs Eeceipts 14 000; market
quiet and easier, packers holding off;
only fsw sales; extreme range 4 P0S
5 50; generally 4 SOfoS 40.
(Ckm "bell's Keck,)
JEWELBR AND OPTICIAN,
Eye Glasses and Spectacles,
1) i Bt, OKAEA, VEEKtEEA.
sWJrwelry manulactured to ordor. Fire
Watches, docks, and Jewelry, repaired and
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE Orer State Hank, corner 18th and
j aruuHiu su-eoia. IUUU
Notioe of Incorporation.
Articlps Df Incorporation ol the Odd Fellows'
Hall AasorUtlon hare lieen f.led and recorded
in the County Clerk's ofhee. In Doufliii cdud
tr, Xeliraska, onjugeSJS, liooko! Incorpora
tions 1. The name ot the lncirporatlon is the Odd
Felloas' Hall Association l Omaha
2. The iirlnciiml place uf transactinc Its hus
Iness Is iu the city ol Omaha, Nch
X. 1 he trneral tiatnre ol the husincss to he
transacted is to hold real ee'ate aud pent-tial
proiny nwTssary to erect and maintain a
hull line and its appurtenances In the sMd city
ol Omahs to Ik-us d os au Odd fellows' Hull,
and lor any oilier Uwfiil purpose.
4. Theamoant of capital stock authorised is
one hundred thousand do lam, to lie paid iu as
follows Sl.noo on or More Octolmr loth,
Vili, St.OOO on D- holore Not. 1st. 1873; S2.V0O
on or helore March St. lKTs. M.WIO on or luv.
lore AP'll 1st, p37, 3,01)0 uu or More May
1st, It'l, aud t e remainder at such times and
Iu such manner as the heard ol IUrectors shall
N The time nt commencement ol -this corpo
ration is the Sth dsy ol beiitrmlwr, 1K7S. aud
terminates on the Stb dsy nj Srptemlier, 1"72.
fi. The highest amount ul indelilodnesi or
liability to which this corporation is at any
time to solijeri liJt is tcr.,Uoa.
7. TheatUlrsbt this corporation are ta he
conducted hy a Hoard uf twelve Directors
i,tueu by the stockholders
w. jj iwrai,rresidsnt,
J CTAKfi. Secretary, d..?iua4t
JOHN E. ETXIXT,
Burnham & Kelley,
Attorneys and Counsellors
OMAHA. - - NEB.
le. :M0 TMtlfHeK BTIIEET. HEATtLT
OrrOBHl. OUAKI) OEE lhL DpTEh.
Collertuins suUetieu sad iiromptly altonded to.
Otis n. Ballon,
Attorney at Law.
Office over First JCatlonal Sank,
JLSYLRTISE IX THE
OMAHA DAILY BEE.
Sunday Night's Dispatches,
Casteilar Defeated Twice by a
Vote of the Deputies in the
Great Excitement Prevails, but
Order Has Been Maintained.
Conflress Will Meet To-Day,
With Ninety Per Cent of its
Waehikgtos, Jan. .
Oeneral Ejcklrt, in a telegram to
Secretary Fish received htn at a late
hour to-night, says Casteilar resigned
his position as Secretary of the Span
ish itetiuVilir 1.1.1'.....-. r. l.t
Saturday morning. His resignation
wns rlelivwi in .V... o.-. :t ,
.,wv -u uu oftce wane in
seESion. A consultation of the lead
ing Generals of the army immediate
ly ensued, at which terms were acreed
upon by which Marshal Sherraus
BUOllld hr.ri urn! rartwr,.,:.. el
,H vwsauMO bur CUV
eniment. The Cortes having ratified
tmBitrrAntrnmt -pnft.n. l. a
himself as President of the Executive
power of the Eepublic He has aUo
announced his ministry, along which
are Ssgesla, Secretary of State and
Treasury, Amevo Topeto Minister of
General Pavia, who led troops into
the halls of the Cortes and dispersed
that body is to be tried by court mar
tial fot rebellion. The Bepublican
troops and militia hare been disband
ed and the streets of Madrid are un
der command of artillery.
Although great excitement prevails
no blood has been shed.
, Wauiwoton, Jan. 4.
It is now well understood that the
Texas Pacific railroad company will
ask for a subsidy in money or bonds
to aid said road, but will seek to
have some way provided by which
the interest on its bonds to the exs
tent of 1-4,000 per mile may be guar
anteed, so as to permit negotiations
in Europe without a runious effect.
The plan has been proposed as follows:
The Government to guarantee inter
est on low rote bonds, and the com
pany to give up to the Government
all iu assets, exceptfcig fixed percent
age of profits, to be used for running
expense, the Government to appoint
a commission to take charge ot sale
of company's bonds, and to nav tb
proceeds into the Trpasurv, to be
used as ajlund for the settlement of
!It aiT r.nmT.r"","pnt also to re-
the transportation of mails and'Gov-
Ami vn e ws n4 atn al itl C? a -A. - t
"""cui .mincum. jui. oeoii. will
be here in a few days, and will then
decide upon the course to be pursued
by the company.
Dr. L. H. Carrie, of San Francisco,
has finally settled all his accounts as
late internal revenue collector of the
First District of California, prior to
ita consolidation with the Third Dis
trict His accounts are said to be
Under the net authorizing the ex
penditure of $50,000 for building a
postoflice department for the in
creased postal car service, the Erie,
and Baltimore and Ohio railroads
have been benefitted largely, but the
Pennsylvania railroad has not The
reason for this is said to be the fail
ure of the Pennsylvania railroad to
extend the courtesy to the officials
of the poBtoffice department
Washington, Jan. 4.
Nearly all thcltepresentatives who
went home for the holidat s reti rned.
and the bouse will be open to-mor-j
row wim nearly yu per cent of the
members present The supplement
ary civil rights bill is the first thing
to be considered alter the morning
hour, but as the call of States for
bidB, and resolutions is in order for
each Monday hour, it may run till 2
o'clock, for Speaker Blaine holds
that on Monday it runs, commonlv,
until all the States are called, as it'is
the only day when each mamber has
the right to present a bill without its
being subject to objection by agree
ment with the previous question.
The civil rights bill is to be con
sidered at 4 o'clock Tuesday after
noon, and a vote is to be taken ; re
marks that will command most
marked attention will be those by
Messrs. Stephens "and Damarise.
Stephens, it is understood, will take
the grcuud that the question Is one
for State aud not for fedeial action.
Mapehj, Jan. 4.
The new Ministry is announced to
day, ronfctituted as follows: Senor
fiagasta, Minister of Foreica Affairs;
Snor Zearla, Minister ef War; Senor
.n-iiee, jumimer oi xne interior; Ad
miral Topiti, Minister of Justice;
Senor Garrey, Minister of Finance.
n is soinouncod tuat the new Gov
ernment will immediately convene
the Cortes and demand tie issue of a
proclamation boldly proclaiming
Prince of Astorias as Kingof Spain.
Alphons, Prinoe xf Astorias, is the
eldest son of ex-Queen Isabella, and
was born Nov 2&ih, 1B57.
WAEHisciTOir, Jan. 4.
The correspondence between the
governments of the United States
and Spaiu on the Virgiuins question
is ready for transmission tn Congrs
to-morrow. It will be Bern to th
President carlv to-morrow morninc
and unless he desires to read it over
bofbre sending it to Congress, it will
probably be kept till Tuesday.
New Haten, Jan. 4.
Afire broke out last evening in
the building occupied by the New
Haven Palladium, damaging the cof
fin warerooms of May & l'omeroy to
the extent ot $1,000; insurant . Vl,
200 in the .Etua.
IT PAYS TO TRADE
MORE GOODS PROM NEW YORK AUCTION
PRICES LOWBB THAN" EYEB I
New Dress G-oods,
25 Per Cent. CKIEiA.PSK, than those Selling out at COST
$5,000 Worth to bo closed out in 30 days at COST I
Consisting of Trimmed and Uutrimmed Hals, Flowers, Bcal and Imitation Pentium BlnrV .,a nt
Velvets, and Velveteens, Bibbons, &c, &c7 These Good. " Clore(J SI!k
IkCTTST BE SOXjXD to make room for a LARGE STOCK o
XEW GOODS, Suitable for our CHRISTMAS TRADE
Cor. 1-itlx aad 3Taraliara. Sts,
a. A. BEOWN5 248 Douglas street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEY OOOBS, OARPITS ABB OIL CLOTHS !
An Immense Stook of Fresh New Goods Just Opened to be
SOLD LOWER TILLS ANY OTHER HOUSE Ef THE CITY
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MERINOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLENTS
ALPACAS A1STD MOHAIRS, ALSO VELVET 4JSD
A FULL STOCK OF SSAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
WEAR AND WORSTED GOODS !
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN 'CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
5IATTING- RUGS AND MATS, CHEAPER TKANT THE CHEAPEST !,.'
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2G0 Douglas St.,
Bflt, Ut aud 3 nth.
On Account ol Unmoral.
Genuine French Merinos
Id all new sUadrs,
AT 75 CENTS.
A.:-- tX JT otlona,
At corraspaudinc lirlrca. 7
Corner Tenth and I)rv1 Ktrfuitx.
COOE A ItALLOU, ITos. 3. II, GliCnN, ArX
Fresli .ind Salt Meats
OOKETJUOXT OK ILAKD. AlfiO
FISH, POULTRY AND GAME.
Iealarin the rholrest lirsnds sf I f troll Clfrs,
A. C Outer s American Lsl tins-cut cUi-rlnc
loo.ccn. Also a Turiotj ol Ucj-W est and
A Bn.Taristf of pljm emoUnf and lilur to
hsrens TrilRVol all dmerijtiniis
j mcmciul, lV4f arutiflru m . ltti tub nd lDvb,
m lerurc -wiia," ik
$10,0 0 0
IVnrth oICholcMt Groflarles to ho void vlthlo
SO dsrs, at the only ixrlus'rel
u. prlwis that defy coiriistltlon. S7J Iiodm fit,,
opjwslte nsv I-osiaUis. II. M. ei'IiUEIl.
sf It em
FALL STOCK, 1873 !
NTTTATi rTTI aT A fN rv.-v e '
umiJUAb, lbio i
E. & J. WILBUR
Oflur a choice culloctloo ol
FOR THE H0LIDA YS, A T
513 Fo-artseatb, St.,
Bet. Faraham and Dauslas.
EEAX ESTATE ASE50IES.
xx ma s. aria
BTRON REED & CO.
Tbc Oldest Established
Real Estate Agency
r)i a romplate Abstract o! Titles to all Iteal '
T"jtflt1jk In flmiliB ariA Tknn.la. ........w
612 FonritenUi St., Omaha, elt.
NEW GOODS !
G RTiX.irPA.UH CO.,
Bnerr.'inrtlDri.VcDnnald, KE r0 tin-nt Kith
and raraliam struct!, rmeotlull)- annoince to
the cUtaens nt Omaha that we have just uiHitmd
a new stock ol
Clioli-e Rror.erlra and rrsvlslous.
TOE A CCO and CIGABS,
TTblch wu will sell as low as the liivrst In the
city Call and examine our aiocfc, and iirlre
onr Roods lie ore hayine rls'wliera. ilrB ly
"T3nnnn Tv r A Xrvn
H7?T , , ,-AKER,
S' ifSWi.iT atuaJS
n'! nuir?!' """'' auth "a"l b-
twum Illasadlllta. aiuj
J.uowa rs the leading
ne iry, one yrar. is afirtase, sn
six mnntha. ....... ... vtt
" throe - "
PHYSi IAN AND snRGEnSL
Offlcr Kn KOTarUtli stiwt, west sld , Ik-ta-Bcn
1 urnliam ani DhurIss
Unvnru autl .iat.l:iin
sHr-ourRnrr Id uu i.r h-surlim.
Dr. F. O. T?.fofl
1 Electro-Eclectic Physician,
I OITIOE-Kn. 2M Jloflr, street. lwL T',.
twntli nnu I'litiiontu.
Chronic IHstnu-s a siirolaltr Offiro lionrs S to
11 a. li., 2 to Gaud 7 to E r si
L VAN CAMP, M. D.
DR w pETERS0nt
iPliysician and Surgeon.
Office. -'o. 252 Chlcciro trwt,
JlotiTcnTlnrtticiilli and rourtmnth.
OfliwIInurs B to 10 a, x., nufljlosr M.
l.Tlir German aud Scuufllunrlau
' nT7.!?S,?,?ATH,8- !'H..Showrr.TUt.,
Dot and Oiild IUitI... KlectrlUty, SwaJlsn
.nmiedlM Thy lirnji-intor uf this lusUtutinu
Is trebling with wondBiliil subo. lir thhso
eimblnad and iateut aftfuelm, kU lorms ol
hcro'ula, I.tmuuiailaui, mcula an! Lhroulo).
Ilrojwej, (lial and puncrali. Asthma, JUsiiei.
sla, IJsrr and Lunc coiuiilaluu. and all dls-
I sesnt Idni-ra, s.ilnu, Mtln and Hones. As .
. and all dlscatus icultar to wnmen
jwrfvtlouu HiiardBd In tn. Institute.-
I Oflica on Wh sueet, Utwran I arnhsin and
I "gat.1y iTnin-lHtiir.
U. P.H. R. Drugstore,
OOE. EIITEEIirTH & WEBSTEi: BTB,
i it tne most rllslile store In Noith Omaha fur
av. "t,1 'Virw', .4w nnii A'sLAjuJ rj
Jttre4 asy or nltui, and u ordars answeie
With fMst aslifi Hi.i....l,
" " " " aaiail'aauJUs
KlfJlfT IttM.I. nl !. A- ..j .(J. a
-,-- - --"- ," " "m "o iiue a nor.
, - ...f-
Drue X O x- aa. .
CimsianUy oj tiaud, and sold at liw-trr Karra.
roncriwloM Aoitratelj Preptrsa is j oralrbt
.((ent lor I'nion Coal and Mlnlnc Co.'s Coal
cltonl AltO, i, A VTXLS. CJZ, I'roi
Schneider & Burmester,
ro, corrru axd shelt inox
"VVAIin. DKALEKB I
Cooking and Hratlnp SIotm.
Tin ltminnR, hpuutlur and Guttarlns don.oa
hurt i.utlce aud In the lest uauuor. at7
KoucUs stri.it. sapuldlf
-MAitrracTcaea or swd ukalxx iw-
ml)r-qnli)i aua WInflotT Skeai,
j fwuoMos, tsqkijishs xi
I PICT FMAXES.
I7B rrnl'''ticaraar FUUantU.
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