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    THE DAILY J3EK.
f, DWABD H03E7ATER, Editor and Prcp'r.
Ut'FtrU-Xo. J.IJj Fnilirm-st.,
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OMAHA BUSINESS .DIRECTORY.
CrackcrMnniifarlor)
MrCt.Ortfi A SMITH,
between inland 12th,
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Humor ttreel,
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I'tirclinwlujr, ARrury.
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Winaht.
rVTBVKNS, C12
Thirteenth i.trcct,
0to M
fllnsa nml Picture rniN. , , )'
.7. Ilelnhirl, IM Douglas street, dealer In
window kIiiii a M p'cturo trainee, (Haling
don. 1J 6r Jcr, i 4 j Bj:,f
Jcwctor.
W. O. 8ANDKIW, PractlcM Watchmaker,
B31 Hill Htrtff , opposite postuflke. scpUlf
Hoot and Nixie.
PHILIP LANO, I M Farnham street, between
renth and Klerenth. fcbl7-ly
oil rc f Fein ry .
(K. I T.ATtiY, eornr Tw'cllthanl Dowzlai
atrets, Manufacturer mi t Wliolcalo Dealer tu
Candles and Confectionery. "Country, trade
solicit!, j, t pltl
Coal Dealer. '
I'OI.AND A ELLIOTT. Coal, Lime, Co
dent, Hair, etc. 131 Farnham street.
fcbl8-3ui ,
iA. DrtixgUU.
J. A ROEnnn. Druggist, corner 12IU and
tlarney streets. t
Prill U nml Confectionery.
LANDON A IUjDIUUGK. .dealers In Frulta
rid Confectionery. Worth I'olo Soda, Water at
lie 1'. O.KUnJ. uiayl-Cui
ln.ura.nce AKonM.
FltKNCH McKOON". Tire and Accident
Insurance AgenU, over the I'ost office.
Pawn Broker.
M. KLdUTTEIl, No. 200 Farnham atreet.
1ol7tt wxr
Ileal lUtnt. anil Coal Omce.
JOHN J0UN80N, O0CO5O9 Vonrteenth at.,
between Farnham ami DouKlai ; also, ticket.
to and from Kurope, Dratw, Insurance, etc.
pr.U-ly t . ; .
Jewler ami O.illclnri.
J. P. BAWYP.lt, sriPougli t. Watches,
jt'Jocka, Jowclry, Hpoctaclo., uud Eye-gla-scs.
Ib20-Iy
Laundry.
TrtfiHA STEAM LAUNDRY. Corner of
Iwcntr-nrat and Itard itreeta. Order slate at
Sallforala WlneOimpany.
House ami 8lga Palnttr.
LKIIMAKN A BEARD, Hoiim nnd Bhm
fainter., Tenth at) cet, between Farnhan and
Harney. P- U
Hoi Factory.
PREMIUM BOAP WORKS. Powell Co.,
.11 mamifactu:. tbclr celebrated tnlum
r r. Five first pit nnurna awarded by Oowj
,t county and State Fair., and Poltawaltainlo
unty, Iowa. Orders solicited (rota tlie trade.
Mniunliijr mill Embroidery.
BrAMPINO and EMBttOlDKRY "done to
ordor, at Mrs M A I'olgor'B, 14th street, 3d
door north nl Clili sgo, (east aid). Orders ten
lo lett at tbnoffln o' tbo Orator A Biker H
MOo.
THE
EQUITABLE LIFE
Assurance Society,
NEW YORK,
r
HAS AN ACCUMULATED CAPITAL
l EXCEEDING
$22,000,000.
' j
inr'nllnreal estato nnd niorlM" In New
York cSr. '"" N" Vork nml "n,,c,, H,,,
Sif,ox,,rnncroM,atfu,,lcr',i5'Mr,y
S9,o'oo,oqp
Tho llrcj lnmro.1 ).y L0, JK'r fT.Bt. 'jff" '
fully .elected In dlir.'nnt .MrttW North Am;
". ra and VxrL, tun V ft A'V
fle'd ol oi.ertIon. nil nddllL-njl ' ce-tlo-nl
aiKtylo the PiiUrv liuU'era. Xlm HH
auraucea acpiuaJd uiily.on tho
MUTUAL PIMNCIELE.
ki4 C . rife, i
The aurplm proiiiliimt nro rtnrnel annually
. to tho Insured Premiums nro received ami
JOSSES PAID'INCASr ONLY.
lamml ntyahle at tho.ilealh ot the
Pollce aro. '
Injured. alsr
uivalile ntlno c'ii m n cerimii
niiinlirit ypai4-
ty Pullclel are also Issued on tho
TONTIlfS PlAN,
Or on tVe principle hf accumu N"APJJ2J fc
ilennllot.crloda, whlvh wasllrai.ojf ,c" PJ
thl. Society, aiil I.b.Iwou rceomincnded and
endorsed by eminent expert In
LTEE -INSURANCE,
Aint iivtoniltnirbiiiliips, men.. Forly-fonr lor
rflilU
ink hs ticaii caitifil anil wee
lumulatrd on iho
Prainluins TfiM nn Ha
ronUno Uta Pelliiea,
ntlAfoiif trenMon tho VjmJ
rjTTjhtin(rEntlomentfolicies
A1 f..U - - - , 'ii 1
IshiiM wtthln.Uo last fir? years. . Tlio lMiee
tnrsot tha ftiiilttMn Llfa Aamraneo Sjclcty.
roonvonlnxilutlyelytho Interest, of tho
Polleyllloldora, an 1 III preieiitluxvtha toelo'y
to tiolleo. thov foil that It h .tronir ela'nia
.... ..i.trnTiinilAieii. Ituni) of th strict
un.l f.ntt.nrVAlltf.1 lirlllRllllol llV
....... , .. r --.---., -,---,.,-L
siinilcMurtmeiilsTO Korernnd. in the aunts
W IIIUII IIS IM. .-
jui4 In the adminlstrallon of tbo Soolal r, .
A Perfect "Seourity
ft E I riven for t lutur. Sh h of Krent Impor-
L vtwtohnf.w;dlni1iiM4bUrlnurariM
Nono Is mora prompt and juit In Its dealings.
N, 'GRAIN,
tn?iIfii-lGen!llltaniri'
r k i Nebraska, and: Dakota ,
, $n Corlrtta.i;', OMAHA, HKH.
' ilidtf
OROOB.Ha'01 00MI38I0N MEEOHAHTS.
Clark te Trenoli,
Wh'ole'sale Grooers,
Cornor JJitrnliant, ami 1 1th st
if Orders lollctlol and promptly Mled.'Sa
', k aaptidtl
""iaffij'H.'GBEEft,
gTCATE MILLS
t '4. I. I 'J
PEALER IN
UttAIN,FM)V?!EI)i.
vOOMMISBlON . MF.ftC U A.N T
VOL. III.
Tim iron borno cpizoc s now over.
Tins being it week of nrnycr, prny
ing inachtncs otiglit to be in brisk tie-,
ninnd.
Tllft cotintv80ftt war in Snundorn
county ia over, out that will not pre
vent tho bcliigcrenU of tbo Anhlnnd
weeklies from continuing their ludis
cfous hoatilitics.
Another gift lottery advertise
ment has just reached us through a
New York advertising agency. Wo
re8pectfujly referred our customer to
the Omaha organ of noble charities.
WitAT-We know about farming is
net worth telling, cleo wo mightjdiTcr
somo wholesome instruations to our
Sfoto Board of Agriculture. flint
delicate tusk will, however, bo' deli
cately nnd modestly performed by
the horny-fisted editor of the JferalU.
According to tlio JlerahVt Homo
Gosslp.Ncw Year's l3ny In 18C0 wasas
bright and cheery ns Nov Year's
Day In 1871. o would cheerfully
swallow this dose, if Homo Gossip,
had not confessed, almost in tho
samo brcalli, that a handful of old
Hcttlcrs, including tho relator, had
swallowed seventy-two quarts of
chnmpaigno ou that bright" nnd
cheery day.
Brown uP.ars, mountain lions,
short-tailed foxes, cotton-tail door,
and all other rintlv& Jlocky Moun
lain birds of proy will tako notieo
that they nro not wanted, either at
tlie Omaha Barracks or in tho Phila
delphia menagerie. Gcnorul Bris
bin has filled their places, and there
is no nppcal from that august milita
ry tribunal.
Somebody, with two stars to his
namo, occupied nearly n column of
tho Sunday morning HtjiubUcan to
prove that it was1 unconstitutional in
tho Logisturo of Nebraska to abolish
tho Adjutant Genoral's ofllco, whilo
per contra the Governor had a con
stltual right to crcato as many Ad
jutan't Generals, Brlcndior Generals,
and iMnjor Generals as suited his
fancjv Thoso two stars evidently
stand for ono of our bran new niili
tin Generals, and wo would not do
prlve him of his glory, oven If it re
quired a new constitution to keep
Kim in bras1! buttons, cocked hats,
nnd stray turkoy feathers.
Self-Interest prompts us to deal
with thoso who givo us tho best bar
gains. If you will step in. at PL.
GotthotmcrV, No. 20(1 Farnham, you
will bo convinced that you can buy n
'good suit of clothing, overcoats and
furnishing good for loss money than
inanv.oUicr houso in this eity. Como
nnd prico our goods before buying
olsewhere. my21yl
Money loaned on diamonds,
watched jowelry, genu, pistoln, nnd
merchnndUo in general, at Ph. Gott
hcimcr's, 200 Farnhum at.
Unredeemed pledges for sale.
Itailroad tickets bought nnd sold.
Charles Shiverick
3VXo.aa.x.ra,o tu
Wholesale & Retail
- t -
ka tu a.'t oBEALEB I If
FurniturE
BEDDINa,
MI11R0RS, ETC.
UAH THE
REST STOCK IN"
AND MAKia THE
OMAHA,
LOWEST PBIOES
203 Farnlicira St.
h.'hl 9 mo wo KAtAwly
i i i i - i r i ,
if. J, 1IURNHAM. JOHN E. JClil.I.KY.
- Bunilinm & Kolloy,
Attorneys arid (Counsellors
, , - .at. Law,
OMAHA. ,-.' - NEB.
Vo. 200 TARNHAM BTREET.-NE.MtLr
OPfQSlTl! GRAND, OEN I'll Ij HOTUIi.
CoirntTons.ollclUM aud prqn)Ptly attended to,
Otis H. Ballon, '
- - iaaa t TP
Attorney at Law
Officoorer First National Hank,
Oxaa.fila.t
augStT
JOHN W, LYTLT3,
lttornoyat-Law and Solicitor In
Equity.
OFFIOE-OtM Pint National Bauk, '
COR. THUITEENTH A FARNHAM STS.
mayl-tf
J01IN C. CO WIN, .
A.ttorxoy, Solicitor
AND-COUNSELOR.
.OVFICK-NO
'. YISSOHEIVa BLOCK,
UMAIIA,
inir'll
KatHUASUA.
ADVERTISE IN THE
OHAUA VXlhlf i)EKi
unammn.nmocmar
TELEGRAPHIG
Bpte'!allyKcporioa for tho Omelia Dally Etc,
by the Atlantic and P.cIQo Telegraph 0).
Fazttazasr.
Affairs in Spain.
Tho Young Ropublic
bo Established on
Basis.
Likoly to
a Firm
NEW
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Meeting of tho -Rpformod Epis
copal Church Yostorday.
"WASHIUiaTOIT.
Doings in Congross.
Washington, Jnn.
Correspondence interchnticeil
lust
evening with gentlemen well
lii-
lormeti in opanisn niiairs nml lioluing
intimnto relations with memborsof
tho Spanish Legation, gave tho follow
ing Information : Tho action of Gen.
Pavia, in occupying the pnlaco when
Cortes held its seasons, denote n rnd
leal chnugo in tho present form of
government Many circumstances in
the past fow mouthi havo pointed to
somo such movement. Tbo return
of Marshal Serrano and others to
Spain showed a desire to consider har
monious" feeling in political matters,
with n view to strengthen tho young
Republic nnd establish it on 11 firm
basis, not regarding tho efforts of
Carlists in tlio north or interior. In
Cartagena the people aro uivlded into
a number of partici j tho most prom
inent aro Ilepublicans aud Monarch
ists, divided among themselves, ns aro
nlso the ndhcrcnts of tho Iteptibllc
nmong monarchists. This latter p.trty
favors'tho elevation to tho throno ol
Don Alphnnso, son of tho former
Queen, Isabella. Tho Republicans
nro nlso of several cliques, tho ruling
element of which has a majority
in tho present Cortes nro
a r class who nro radical
in their views, nnd wjiilo not ngrcc
ing among themselves oven, are op
posing nil efforts to establish a repub
lic on amodorato constitution. Gen.
Pavia Is believed to be acting with
tho full concurrence, If not under
tho itnmediato direction of Gastollar
himsel. The latter has In all proba
bility taken this method of netting
aside tho other opposition elomcnt in
the Cortes, with tlio view of bring
Ipg to his aid vnrioiu men of inoder
nto views, who desiro a mild govern
ment free, from nil disturbing ele
ments. Many evcnU of tho past
three mouths load to show that ho
has hopes for aid from tho monarch
ists. Tho recent clinngot bi Ambassadors
at Loudon nnd Btcst" show that both
theso inou nro moderate, or greater
Conservatives, ihnn tho men they re
placed. They bdth favor n consli
tuted Monarchy, though, if this
could hot bo obtained, would profer
a Republican form of eovernmont if
it might bo freed fromitho Commun
ist clement.
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New York, Jnn. 5.
Tho Reformed .Episcopal Church
held a meeting in Stcinwny Hall
yostorday, Bishop Cuminga nnd Rov.
Mr. Fittwell olllcintinp. Tho ser
vices wero participated in by a largo
congregation. Dr. Cuinings road tho
Coronation Hyinn.i which wis sung
by tho congregation. Fittwell rem
tho morning service, nnd after read
ing a fow verses from tho Book of
Isaiah by Mr. Suarch, Bishop Cum
ings delivered a sermon, taking his
text from 1st Cor., Urd chapter. Ho
said tho Reformed Church was laying
no now foundation, nud took no new
departure. They would simply
preach tho Gospel n. preaohed 1800
years ngo by thodisoiples,
The Italian bark Rosa arrived last
evening, bringing Oapt. Stewart nnd
tho crow of tho baik Polly, from
Ponsacola for Liverpool, which wan
abandoned nt sea in a Milking con
dition on Dec. 2S.li. Sho encoun
tered a terrific gale, and the second
mate, carpenter nnd five seamen v6ro
swept overboard. On the following
night a heavy sea swopt.plTthe stew
ard nnd cook. Tho sl.ip having lost
her masts, and being llablo to sink
nt nny moment, tjic was abandoned
nt the first opportunityr
Walhinciton. Jan. 5.
Tho Scnato and Houso convened
at noon- to-day. Tho galleries of
both houses wcro crowded. Great
Interest is manifested in tho forth
coming speeches of Air. Scluirz, In
the Senate, on finances, anil... of Mr.
Stephens, in the Houso, on tho Ciyil
Right bill. . . '
In tho 8cnnto Mr. Anthony pre
sentod a petition fropf ha colored
citl?;f ijt(,Qf Ubodo Island, -Asking the
passage of Jlr. Siimuor't. Civil Rights
bill.
Largo numbcrs.of pctiuoiiHi on vn
tIoiis subjects werorcentcd, in
eluding several on bankruptcy.
A number, .of ; reeolutlona ou
finance wero' oflbfeuV by Wrightx
riatto nuu uticKingiiam.
, In the House, R.II. Vhltcley.of
Georgia, nnjienrcd land was sworn in.
.Mr. Polaud, of .Vermont, Intro
duced n bill rotating to court nnd
udlcinl officers of Utnh: also a bill
relating to circuit nnuoistrijt isoiirts.
lip tlio united otaies.
At thin hour, 1 v. M., a vast assent
bly.Hralmpatiently awaiting tlio mo
ment when tho ox-Vlco Prealdont of
thn'Southern Confederacy shall rise
iu hUaeat aud addrcs tho Houso,
C,. . WABHINOTONi Jbll. 6.
Tbo Vlrcltilu84 correspondence will
bo'soiit W UioSenatovlth a piocUl
rt3WKP fpm tho Prebldcrit Hhls af
ternoon.
Iiivitntlom lo a dinner, to ho given
by Jhe Pesldent January 13lh, nro
being iwued to'dojr, . 1, 1
OMAHA, TUESDAY-MORNING-, JANUARY
New York, Jan. f.
Tho cl nngo iu tho Spanish Govern
ment coiH.'quent on tho reaction
ngainit tin Republicans Is com
mooted on by tho press this morning.
Tho Herald thinks Catellar Is not
madioft!icstu4rtodofytlioCortc3nnd
becomo n military dictator. Liberal
as his views were, ho would rather,
no doubt, pco a moderate reaction
ihail a succcHi ofolthor party. Scr
rono, nl heart, is n monarcliist, nud
in view of tho terriblo disorganisa
tion of Spain, and tho necessity of a
vigorous mi I it.tr power n monarch
may bo deemed nccc-sary. Tho Her
aid also H.iys, wo learn that the
friends of tlio Government lcar that
the events in Spain may deny tho
promised reforms iu Cuba, nnd pro
vent tiio negotiations for tho pacifica
tion of tho Island and protection of
American rights in Cuba.
New York Jan. 0.
Patrick Short, Wm. Murphy nnd
James Connors nftor drinking freely
last night becamo involved in n fight
nt tho cornor of lC8th street nnd
First Avenue, in which Connors
stabbed Murphy nnd Short with n
pocket knife; Short was cut in tho
head and left enr, nnd Murphy ncross
tho wrist. Both wcro Fcrionsly lh
jurcd nnd wero removed to tho hos
pital. Philadelphia, Jnn. 5.
A firo occurred in Newman, Bone
lock & Co.'s establishment, attached
to their sugar refinery. Tho Lo Grand
Plnco building, seven soiles high nml
100 feet long, was badly damaged.
Loss $80,000; fully insured. Chief
Engineer Johnson was severely ir,.
jurcd in tho' right leg by n ladder
falling against it.
Auouhta, Ga., ja. 5.
A firo occurred at y..Ven o'clock
Inn evening in tlio Augusta Consti
tutional office: Tho damngo caused
was vory slight.
A very denso fr,K prevails.
,, Boston, Jnn. C.
IIio Clarmilon street Baptist
coh was injured to tho oxtent of
fro.OOO by firo yesterday.
MARKEfsBrTELEGRAPH.
Now York Monoy Market.
New York, Jnn. C 1 p. jr.
Money Fair supply nt 7c cur
rency. Exchange Dull and steady; nom
inally at -188 for GO days and 487 for
sight.
Gold Strong nnd very active;
opened nt 111 3-1, declined 1-2, roso
again to 7-8 and now Is 11 !l-8.
Governments Firm nnd h!i;licr;
U.S. sixed of '81, 110 1-4.
Stocks Opened rampant ; nd
vnnccd 1-3 to 1 cent siuco Saturday ;
nftcrwnrda roso higher, from 1-4 to 1
14, nltornatcly week and strong, but
firm.
Chicago Produco Markot.
Chicago, Jan. 5.
Flour Firm; good to choice ship
ping extras, ft 70(5G 25; low to me
dium, 5 405 OS; supers, 3 00
Wheat Stendy; cash, 1 22; Fob.,
141l 58; March, 1 27.
Corn Qulot and linn; cash C4 1-3;
Fob. 53 3-4.
O.tts Steady; cash 49 1-4 ; Feb.
40 1-4.
Barloy Firm; No 2, 1 45; No 3,
1 25; rejected 1 05.
Ryo 70.
Whisky 93.
Pork Qulot; cash, 1 1 40; Feb.,
14 9014 1)5; March, 15 25.
Lard Nothing doing.
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Now York Produco Markot.
New York, Jan. 5.
Flour Firm at 0 757 00.
Wheat Strong nnd moderately ac
tive; fair spring 1 581 13; choice
1 GO 1-2; winter 1 00.
Corn Quiet and firm nt 55.
Oats Quiet nnd firm nn 52.
Ihrloy Quiot.
Rye Quiet.
Whisky Moro active nt 97.
Pork Steady nt 10 CO.
Lard 9J; spot, 9 3-4.
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(Cam bell's Ijlock,)
JEWELBR AND OPTICIAN,
Eyo (ilasses ami .Spectacles,
Epo 13th St., OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
PU" Jewelry iqaan'atiirel lo orJer. floa
lValelies,Clocks. ar Jewelry, repalrwl anil
warranted, kpICH
Midnight Telegraph
FOE.23iaST.
Castollar Protests Against tho
Rocont Coup d'Etat.
WASKINGTOIT
Proceedings of tho Forty-Third
Congress.
THE WEST.
An Explosion in Oregon Minq,
By Which Two JMinors
Are Killed.
1, 1
MitfCQllcmooua.
SEFATE.
Washington, Jan. 5.
Tho Scnato met nt noon, Mr. Car
"ponter presiding.
Mr. Edmunds, from tlio Judiciary
Committee, reported back tho Housn
bill to repeal tho bankrupt law, with
amendments, nnd recommended that
tho thin amended bill p.n. Tho bill
ns amonded requires coiuurronco ol"
onefotirth of tin insolvent credit,
ors to force bim in :o bankruptcy, al
lows protctfed paper to run sixty
days, ullows u uiajority of creditors
to tako tho caso out of bankruptcy
any time, ond permits nny number
of creditors to mnko composition of
their own claims.
Mr. Wright introduced a resolu
tion instructing tho committee on
civil sorvice retrenchment to inquiro
into tlio expediency of reporting 11
bill making a leduclion of ten per
ceut. of compensation of all govern
ment officials whoso salaries exceed
ono thousand per annum, or fivo dol
lars per day.
Mr. Cameron objocted, nnd it was
laid over.
On motion of Mr. Wright, the
Houso salary bill was taken up with
amendments reported by tho Scnato
committee on civil servico nnd re
trenchment, striking out the firt
threo sections, nnd substituting
therefor sections repealing tho net of
March 3d, 1873, nnd fixing tho ial
nry as It was prior to tho passage of
that net, nnd further providing that
compensation of tho several head of
departments ha eight thousand dol
lars per annum.
A resolution was Introduced to tho
Finance Committeo and ndoptad
looking to nn addition of tbo bank
ing law to prohibit btocklioldars uud
officers of national banks Ixsiiig con
cerned in prirnte banking business iu
tho locality of a national bank where
by the means of such bank may bu
employed to advanco tho rate of in
terest. Mr. Allison introduced a bill to
regulate and YuoiliUto comment
across navigable rivers forming tho
boundary of States. It provides that
all railroad bridges across such rivers
shall bo declared public highways,
and shall be equally open to the tiso
of every railway having a torminus
at or near such bridges upon payment
to the owuar of such bridge and ap
proaches tfiorafw, reasonable compen
sation under limitation nud condi
tions which tho hill iu detail pre
scribes. Referred.
Adjourned.
HOUSE.
Tho Houso met nt noon. Moro
than n quorum was present, and tho
galleries wero crowded with specta
tors. Under cull of States a largo num
ber bills present wero reforrod, in
cluding n bill by Mr. Hoar, of Massa;
chusottsfor a labor commission.
Adjourned. , . '
New York. Jan. 5.
Margaret FiUsimirfoils, aged 02,
died in Bellevu- hospital yostorday,
from want nnd exposure. A filthy
dres which sho woro contained nine
teen pocket), nnd in those was found
threo hundred dollars
Robort K. Johnson, Jr,, partner in
tho supply hotiM of Crocker, Wood
& Co., 52 South street, this city, com?
milted suicide nt his residence iu
Brooklyn yostorday. He had been
vory unwell for a fow days previous.
ly.
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MApitiD, Jan. ft.
Castollar, in a lettor to tho country,
says ho must protest with all cuorpy
against the recent coup d' ctitt. Ho'
concludes: "My conjrcicnco will not
permit mo to aisoclnto with dema
gogues, and my conscience and honor
refuse to occont tho situation created
by bayonets.'' '
Sovcral 'mombors of tho majority
which Mrotcd against Castollar now
applaud tho stand ho has taken.
Tho Capital is quiet, but there nro
rumors of disturbances in Valladolid.
" SANFitANcifioo,iJnn.i 5.
An explosion of two hundred
pounds of giant powder occurred iu
tlio Oregon mine, near Austin, No.
vnda, last night. Two miners. Gro
gau and Ryan, were instantly killed,
nnd ovor 200 fqet of shaft destroyed.
Grogan'a body was not destroyed.
A man named Brcdorio was terribly
Injured. r
Chicago Live Stock , Markot."
Chicago, Jan. 5.
Cattle Receipts 4,000; .yery, qulot
and prices weak for shipping g'rnilq?:,
a fw lots of really choice eold at
4 75C 75; common to good butch ors'
oows and steers 9C54 JO) closing
dull with mnnyttnsold.
Hogs RocelpU 20,005; fairly ac
tivc, firm and about ten cents hlgbqr;
6 15(J5 60 for commpn . trf chplce,
wltoh mojj balei, over 050); casing
6, 1874.
SEil'o'lAt
SEMI-ANNNUAL CLOSING- OUT SALE OF
BRT GOODS and MILLXNEY!
For 30 Buys, Preparatory to Stook Taking,
COMMENCING JANUARY 1st, 1974.
Vho entire stock of Drcos and "Woolen Goods to bo closod ont rogardloss of coat. Extra
ordinary Bargains in all tho Departments. Immonso Reductions irom our usual Low
Prices to clear off our Wintor Stock, "'and as, without doubt, wo shall havo a quiok sale,
thoso who wish to avail themselves will Savo Monoy by giving us an oarly call.
r.XA'ti.vi: ocu uvotatio.ns ,
Another lot of thoso astonishing Poplins to bo clo'
2oc; Emprchs Cloth, choico ninnies, regular GOc quali
Fancy Dress Fabrics. Great Bargains iu.Shakor am
inrniilH
20c. usual price, 30c; Cotton Flannel. 12'l'-2c; Lonsdale Muslin nt 15; Good Prints Be. '
Wo shall oirar our specialty BLACK ALPACAS and Puro MOIIAI US at such prices as shall prove lo tlio most
fastidious that wo are tho Leading House for these Goods. l ' mo most
No cxnirircratcd htaton'KMit inndDnboutirnoda to iusiiro n n'lKv Anv nriL.ln unt nu i.i ..... 1... -.1 1 . .
l,i .,.,.,o7, w.r.....l-.J
vuu aiuiivj a vailliviwvit
r.lfnl
!
u mmto
ffiiniftwa
Ail Immense Stock of Fresh. New G-oods Just Opened to be
SOLD LOWJGll THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY,
O oxxitixi.s of
MESiaSTOS, EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPELLANT3,
ALPACAS AND MOIIATRS, ALSO VELVET AND
3HA.-V3I3K OIjO.S:i2srC3-S.
A FULL STOOK OF SHAWLS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MERINO UNDER
WEAR AND WORSTED doODS !
ENG-LISI-I AND AMERICAN 'CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATTING ItUGS AND r'VTS9 CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST !,,
GIT7
4.' . r. jfACrJiJ, proprietor.
TENIHI STREET, Jhlwcen Farnham ami Harney, Oil AHA, NEIJ.
T1CII.SLS : l'er l)jy, Ol.itO j Tno itolU nn 1 I l-jlnj, 1 J3 t 0110 Sloil A Ixxlulnft, St.OO.
THIS HOUSE, LSASE AND FURNITURE, FOR SALE ! a
IK I'OU WANT An Alt l'lCMl
CAl.Ii AT
L. FREUDENHBIM & DRO.,
2G0 Douglas St.,
Hot. lit niul l5tli.
Selling On.t
On Account ot Kcmovnl.
Genuine French Merinos
In all neir aiaJcii,
AT 75 CENTS.
BEST PRUTS
ALAPAC
WATERPROOF,
HOSIERY
.!3x cl 3W otlonsi,
At rorresponiHDR Jirlicj. n7
Keokuk Markot,
Corner Tenth ami PoJgo Ktrects.
COOK A D.VM.OU, I'ro.s. J. 11. a ItHICN, Agt.
Fresh' ami Salt Meats
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. ALSO
FISH, POULTRY AND GAME.
netl (f
mcaaaxrrEx-E- oq aa vc a,
Duller In lliDiholnit lirind. nl Tlplrnll rivflni.
1 1
K U Hiker. Amerfum Uigl. tlneoit eiewii(
tntueioj AIiq u variety o Key Wet and
Xixupox-tod Oigara.
A. nne variety ol iilliw, miioklnnait.l iiliu lo
bnvos. MT.M'lO.NKUYiif nil iltacrljitlnns.
N, 'J weeklies, am; iuoutlilyiinK.iiln.fi. (lire
1110 a tall. Wl Kariiliam st , M.Ulli and lOtu.
riuiue, OMum." tint
$10,000
Wortlipl Choicest qrooerlcjt to bo told within
(JO day,; at Hie only exclusively
OAIS23: QTonn,
at prices that dely competition. J7J liodiro fit,,
oppcxlle new 1'ostofllce. U, M, m--'Ul.'tl.
scplS flu)
NO. 168.
.
jSl3STX3 T3&
mCESHANK'S
-.''
clo-ed out nt 11 l2c; Delaines, 121-2 and 15c, usual prico 20 and
l.llltV for 40c. S0cci.1l llnrimiim In linn n wlmu.r.t'l'.vill. .....1 ,,ii...
ill flli.ik'nr rtml nil vnn u-lilln nn.l ,.,,.,,1 1.-1 1. 01. ..1 i.m.. , .. .
a ' ""'"
tL.
A. CRUrCKSMANK,
Cor. Kbtla and 3Tarnh.ani Sts,,
FJIiIj STOOIC 1S73 I
w &m 4'vija Jionp;i ?i7.rft.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
UAMfira iiwij
HOTEL,.
RKAIi ESTATE AQEN0IE8.
nrnoN itBito. t kwis a. bksd
BYRON REED & CO.
Tbo Oldeat EatiblUhed
Real Estate Agency
IN NEBRASKA
Keep n complete Abstractor Title, to all Ko.l
Instate In Omalmaod DougLis county,
r12 Fourteenth t., Omaha, Keb.
Wiltl
NEW GOODS !
O, STUIt'KI,KU A CO.,
SuccMHors toF l.JtcDoinlJ, Nil eo'ncrof 1 0t 1.
nnd riiruham atreoU, runjujcl fully .niioiinco in
Ilia citizens nf OmkiIih tlut wo lino Ju t opolied
n.new.tokiiI
Chnlon OrorerlcN nml Provision,
FRUITS, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY,
TODACCO and CIGARS,
Which wo wilt tell as low as the lowest In tho
city. Ctilland oxnmlno our stock, uud price
our Rood. Iw'oroliiiyliu elsiwhocu. toi ly
F. COURT,
Known m llio leadlnK
BOOT DCAKER,
QlOliiaha, during tlio list alxte-'n years, rne
onimciid. his iirne atocW nt greatly rniucod
raUs, No 18J Karnliau street, south aide, h
twtculltliauilKth. nml
MUSTARD & PICKLE WORKS,
Cor. JackBon and I3lh ats, Pollers In (Iroeci
ic.,aud Agofita (or rielschman'a
Oozuproasaiecl Veat
III 3m II1CCIC A TV r.lKNH.
Saye Your Papar Rags !
Patronize Homo Industry!
IMICIITIIOM), lfilaihllOO Dounlas atrett,
ltwon 10th and llth, north aldo, maklnil ar
raiiKeiuiiitatiliiilld a
l'Al'Elt MILL IN OMAHA.
Haslfe to piirclia.o neveral hundred InnH of
runs of all kind, nt liunterii prices, Ca.li ou
di livery.
J.'U
Enoch Henney.
JUSTICE OF THE 'PEACE,
OrTICE-rOttr HlaU mnlj, corner 13th aiid
furoliam atreet Am
F.OKAcA.nST'I' !
" jiauiii tim uu roiunicil mm
uiii i; hiTHK
rnyoioiAHD.
PR.C.E.TENNENT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oaicc No niOTwelllh atreot, west tld-, be
twin I iiriilum an t Douglas.
ltesIdeiHO-No IT) Twilllli Btreet, betwet
llnwnnl mil Jatksiin.
.Surijery In nil lis branches.
Dr. F. O. Rood,
Electro-Eclectic Physician,
OITIOE-No
251 Do-lL-e street.
tcenlli nud l'lIUentli
let. Tour-
Chronic nisca.esn spechlty. Oillco hours a to
l a.m.,. luu.uu I ID o 1. M.
, niiRlSIf
urgloal Xloomi,
I. VAN CAMP, M. D.
Dlfpenaea his own mMclncs. ami besldea
reitnlar practice, makes specialities of Dcranco
uionta and DImwnh 1 focullar to Women, 1 Istu
a, Ilia aud other Olseases of the Itectuin.
ijmKS!c" 8n,l Kwl'lenco, Corner rarnham nnd
Mill Htreeta, first iloor to tho rlitht, up atalra
Omaha, Nob Addrcas Loclc.lkji "01.
IrSliUwtf
DE. W. PETERSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Onico. No. 232 Chicago trcet,
Ilctweenllnrtcentli and l'otirteciilli.
Oftlco Houra-S to' 10 A. M.j and 2 to I p. f.
, B.'a'lii) (Jeriunn ami Wciunllimvlnii
lfliiKiitKessiMikcn. imvl.lK
ELECTRO-MEDICAL AND
HYDROPATHIC INSTITUTE.
TUIIKWII UATII8. pouche, Shower, Tub,
Hot and Cold II libs. rKlcctrl! Ity hwVlhii
Movemeat, f e.llcate.1 VniHir. nnd oilier spec no
renie-llM. Thy proprietor of this lustliii Ion
Is trailing; with wonderful auuitw by the,"
oombliDd mil patwit at-encles, all form.,,!
Hcro'iila, Ilhcumallsui, uculu mil chronic
Ifropwy, (local ,...,1 .Icral), A.th'i.a, Ko,!:
' ; ... . " ' ","' complaints, mi 1 11 1 h
anduUillsn.ucsiocullar to nomoii.
-o rtiiien s iwanlea In tno lmtltuto.-tI
H0mee on WU .tree.. f I.Jween f n,r,u,
. ""gtt.ly I'rnprlolor.
U. P. It. 11. Drug Store,
00E. SIXTEENTH 4 TyEDSTEtt 018.
Ifi'i'i0 n.,0'i 5l!?l'' "toro ,n NoithOmnhifor
AJ0l!i.'aiJL'U'"!"' lerfuniory, Ac. PffYSf
n tniu ami uiBricil.
N1011 r Hull , at atom Joor and side door.
NJ,!,,.TAl!a"tor,n,NKI I'Olll IIIITKIIS
martS-tt D11. w. EDWAHDS I'rop'r.
Tko Scandinavian
Xru; t o x- o .
No. R 1 1 1 Illi t.,ltwecti Dounlas nml I)Mko
rnw MFillriiitu nml Kn110yooi.1I
lii.laiilly o 1 hand, end sold nt uiivk.t 1 a tKV.
rerscrlptloni Aomrately Pwpirod U y or nlht
Agent for Union Coal and Mlulnn Vi',c.,
ulOml AXh.1. I.AWItllNri:, 1'r'iN
Schnoirtor & Burmostor,
Jlmiufaotiirera of
TIN, COlTEIt ANI SHEET IHON
WAitu. hi:am:ius in
t'ookltigr mid Healing Slovcs.
i.T!? Uoo!ln """HflndflutterltiBdonoon
33 3s -iNr a-. x: a-o za si .
UANt'VACTUnmi Oil isn iiiii,.. .
Lamlin.iiliw nnd Wlutlow Hliades.
(UIHOMOS, KNUUAVINOS ANll
MOT WW FRAMES.
2Jd 'ruluntroit.cornai- I'teatU,
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