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c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : PJRFDAY DECEMBER 9 , 1881.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Proceedings of tliQ Regular
Mooting of the Oity Oouuoil ,
Capture of n M-m About to
1 pen a Now Criminal
Mincollnneona Now * fromlht * Pnrt
TUB OITY COUNCIL
inol ngain in extra tcsaionVuiliicsn.ij -
evening. On call > f roll the mayor
ami AMcrmon Dawson , Fondn ,
Churchill , Kollur , Spctman , Gavin and
UnHmnk responded. Mr. Keller tc-
marked'that Mr. Gavin had seine
doubts A3 to whether ho could longer
act with this august holy officially , aa
lie was no longer a citizen of the ward
ho had the honor of representing.
The mayor thought the matter should
at once bo referred to City Attorney
Holmes , tvho after deliberation arose
und in a. dignified manner proceeded
to vendor nn opinion. The purport of
which was that when nn alderman
coaocd to reside in the ward from
which ho was chosen , ho could no
longer represent the ward 111 which ho
formerly resided. Kcllor wanted to
know if it didn't make
a diflorpnco when it wiuan adjourned
mooting of the body. Mr. Holmes
agnin Arose and explained that when
an alderman ceased to reside in the
ward from which ho had been chosen
ho could not loyally represent said
ward in the city council. The mayor
said thut he thought that Mr. Oavin
wan of the name opinion. Mr. Gavin
rvrpjo , nnd , in a voice that told of the
emotion within , stated that ho had
licon compelled to inovo his family
from the ward which ho had hud the
honor of representing. In a very
neat speech ho returned his heartfelt
thanks to the mayor and council for
the courtesies extended sincp ho had
acUul with thorn for the upbuilding of
their clu.aon city. A motion was
made to proceed to elect
an alderman from the First
ward.- Mayor Vaughan presented
the fo'litwiug candidates : William
tiicdom , lion. Gvorgo Carson , < 1. L.
Formati. John Uono , Joseph Knew ,
James Wickham and lloporr. Jtain.
inattor delayed until the next meetmu.
CIWIU'H motion being seconded , n bal
lot wan tiikun , resulting in a tie vote.
The mayor cust his vote in favor of an
iintnodi.Uo ballot. An informal one
iriui taken , which resulted as follows :
M. JJ. IJr'iwn 2
J. 1' . Wicklmni 2
Frank Oimnollii 1
Clcor o Canon 1
The first formal ballot resulted in
XT.EUTION OK KOIIKKT UAtN
to til the vacancy caused by Cavin's
removing from the First ward.
Petition of Bell Clover , signed by
Ouespachor and others , for a saloon
on Lower Main street , was presented ,
-and on motion of Alderman Unthank ,
was rufurrod to police committee to
Toport nt t'ie next mcutinir.
Aldurman Dawson , chairman of the
coinniitttec on tire , ruportcd that wull-
diggurs wanted ? 8 per day to sink the
fire well on Mam street , and suggest
ed that a committee ho appointed in
addition with power to act to dotor-
niino HID size of the well or whether
it would not bo more practicable to
have two smalt wells instead of one
On motion ot Alderman Unthank
bids for constructing the now unginu
house at the junction of Third and
Fifth iitrcete , weto rccoivd. . P. D.
Moomaw being the lowest bidder the
awarded him. On the matter of
pilingf r the foundation. D.urson
moved that a committee of five bo up-
pointed to decide what shall bo done
in this direction and report at the
Thu reiotl of I he dcstiuction of the
imiall-jxix house was recoivod. The
coimmttc-u stated that the same wns
fired with nit their consent and before
they hud tiiuo to dulibonito upon what
counso to take in the promises. Mr.
Yuiiuhim ruiiuulcuu that it was the
vrorkof mi inreiidiury , and ho would
gito § 25 fur bin photograph.
An ordi.tunco was passed extending
the fire HmitH of the city. %
Thu ID living nsolution wns pro-
aunti'd and p.\Wdod unanimously.
SViiorcuB , It baa bccomo nccmary
for Alkrnivi ; T. E. Gavin tn resign
hi * oQicu nM an uldernnut of the city
on account oi his removal from thti
First ward into the Third ward of the
city ; therefore bo it
lU'solv cd , Thut we regret that wi
are thus compulled to sever our of
ficial relations wh oh have nlways boun
of the beat kind und with a view foi
the bubt interest of the city , honestly
advocntod and exorcised in matters ol
public interest to the city coining bo
ioru the council for tisnsnction , and
wq hope our personal relations 111113
bo maintained in the future as thoj
havo'bti'll in the past , aa friendly and
Thu mayor called attention to tin
great number of
, HOLD AND DAU1NO HOU11KHIKK
being committed in this city by con
ildonce men and others , as indicatcc
by letters constantly received by hin
and the accounts in THK UKU am
other daily papers. Ho ruumrkm
Uiat ho deemed it wise for the coun
cil to take * oino action to proven
such high handed outlawry. Ho reo
omuionded that a special detective b
employed for sixty days at the expense
penso of 8200 to lay around am
watch for these moil. The nume o
West Jackson was announced , whoi
Bomo one reinaiki'd that if they em
ploy'a ' detect ivo liis name should nebo
bo known. "You are correct , " sail
ono of the body. Thu mayor wa
thereupon , on motion of Churchill
instructed to biro his own man a
$100 per month to help ferret out th
robbers and gold brick snides.
Tltoinayor uleo called the uttentioi
of the council to the importanoa c
having a government postoflico an
court house nt thin point. That the
board of trade Imd already taken no
tion in the innttor nnd they should
receive the hearty co-operation of the
council anil every citizen of Council
After transacting other iinportnnt
business the council ndjoiirnod ,
SNIDE noi.n nittcK.
.Some time last August two men
went to the brass and iron foundry of
S. D. * S. J. Hopkins In this city ,
taking with them seine old scrap brass ,
: opnor , Ac. They \\nnted to know
what i brick could bo cast for. Tiny
ntntcil they had boon engaged in
mining operations in the west ; that
tiiey wcro about to open a saloon in
Council Dlufln to bn designated the
minor's naloon. The brick they pro-
tmsod to bo an imitation of u gold
brick , as they nroposud to place it behind -
hind the bar in front of a mirror.
This story appeared to ! Mr. Hopkins
very plausible , lie told them lie
would do the work for $8 , § 5 to bo
paid down , They paid thu ? ! ) and loft
the shop. In a few clnjB they re
turned , paid the bnlancoof the money
with the exception of a few cents ,
and putting the brick in u wngon
drove olF. Their conduct at the time
of taking the brick away wag such that
Mr. Hopkins'fiiispiciqiin were aroused.
Hu remarked to 1m wife that ho
thought there wan something wrong.
It so inpresscd his mind that ho im-
mediatt'ly c.'imo up town and reported
what had taken place to John W.
Chapman , proprietor of The Nonpareil
and n lit ) : : reporter. _ Mr. Chap
man remarked that it was the
old brick game that had
but recently bucii enacted no BUCCVBS-
ful in Denver and cautioned that
nothing bo said about tlirJ iiHUir , for
the present , an should it bo noised
abroad it would put the parties on
their guaul , Thu chief of police wa.s
lot into the p.ocrot so that it was only
known to Mr. Hopkin , Colonel Chap-
mini , Chief Field and a lip.n reporter.
After receiving thu brick from the
shop thu men tool ; it seine distance
from the city and hnrriul it. They
then set tht'iimoIvo.H at work for their
victims. J. M. Scofiold , biother of
Ira Seofield , was nulected. Ono of
the confederated approached Mr. Sio-
fielil who in in the employ of Vnuuliaii
& Co. as driver ot ono of the Hcrdio's
and nuked him if ho did not wish to
make Boino money. His annwcr was
ho would bo glad to , provided lie
could do BO honestly. Mr. ftcotiold
mot the man at ono of our saloons the
name night us per arrangement. At
this mooting voung Scofiold was in
formed that ho knuw an old minor
who lived out of the city who had n ,
cold brick worth from $ U,000 to
81,000 , , which could bo purchased
from him for 91,000. That ho would
furnish nil ho bad about $1,000 , if
Scofiold would rasiso 88 0. That they
effect a sale of thia prize and divide
the proceeds equally. On Wednes
day a team was procured and the two
proceeded to where the miner who
owned the brick lived. On the way
they mot the man they wore seeking ,
and the three went to the spot where
the supposed treasury was buried , ex
humed tliu oamo und taking it with
thorn returned to the city. A meet
ing for final negotiations was arronuod ,
thu same in a room at thu Mount
Pleasant house , on Uuper liroadway ,
Wednesday evening. Meantime the
original brick man wanted young
Scofiold to procure § 250 from bis
brother to advance thu miner as
part payment. Ho did not know
whether ho could raieo $200 , but
promised to have somp tit the moot
ing. Youm : Scofiold in order to be
sure of his gain wrote the fallowing
on an old torn piece of wrapping pa
"COUNCIL HLUFKH , December 7.
Mit. J. M. SU.IPIKLU : 1 know an old
minor who has u bar of gold coin ,
weighing 27i pounds and about ton
incheu long. You and I can buy this
gold bar for $1,800 cash. I will pay
§ 1,000 and you § 800 , and wo are to
divide equally when it is sold.
Ho asked thu first mini to sign it. The
man took it , and nftor examining it ,
und finding nothing in it objectionable ,
signed the name of C. L. Wataon.
\bout thin time , as per arrangement
vith tlio authorities * , an oflico walked
nto the room and lurcHtod Watson ,
'ho poor minor escaped , and as yet
ho olllccrs have boon unable to got
ruck of him , Watson was taken to
nil by Ollicer llosecniut/ , mid at a
ate hour Wednesday , was brought bo-
ere Justice Abbott , who hold him in
lie Hum of $1,000 for his appearance
> oforo the grand juiy , in answer to
! iu charge of conspiring to cheat and
lofraud one J. M. Soiliold. Watson
s n finp , intelligent looking young
nan , with dair hair and block nuis-
ache , on thu whole pioposscesiug.
His buck was as well gotten up as
liniRclf. It was about the i/.o
if a common briok and weighed
ibout twenty-live andono-half pounds.
The brick resembled the genuine ,
ind from some of the borings found
ipon the floor had evidently plugod a
juttlid of sulphuric ) acid that will ,
when applied lo pure gold , turn it
jhick , but on baser metals will put a
[ tolihih , wan found in the room. Wat-
11 & Co. have no doubt stiuuk the
wrong town to sot up in the "gold
Linok business. They muy bo ublo
to play the gumo further west , but.tho
authorities in County lilulls nro 'not
Ono of our most respected physi
ASSAULTED IIV A "citANK11
on Broadway night before last. AH
the physician was passing down the
street , u well dressed young man
stopped in front and gave him a blow
that came near felling him to the
walk. Finding ho had failed in
knocking his man down , ho ( led up
Broadway mid stopped in front of a
saloon. The physician recovered
himself , and following up his assailant
with an ollicer , ho naked him to explain -
plain thu reason ho had , if any , for
amaulting him , The young man ap
peared surprised , nnd denied that ho
over saw aueh a man boforo. Tliu
ollicer arrested him notwithstanding
the denial , and he was lodged in thu
calabooao. Itobort Rein ,
On the retiring of T. 13. Caviu from
the aldermanic board , Council liludV
loses ono of her best and most ef
ficient servants. Mr. Gavin him belli
but a short time in the service , bul
during that time has served hit * wanl
and the city faithfully and the citj
well. Ho is ono'of our most Btauncli
business men. If nt any time during
his official term ho has erred , it Inn
boon ono of judgment , and not frou
any personal or malicious motive. The
OUIl NEW COI Nl IL MAN
from the First ward hns boon an hon
ored citizen of Council lilufTs about
twenty-three yours , liavinc come here
in 18f 8 from the slate of Nebraska.
For fourteen years ho has been in the
employ of Cnnrado Quiso as clerk and
book-keeper. Ho hns a wife and three
children , On the whole , it is naid ,
the selection by the council was a very
JOHN nouniKii ,
father of Mrs. D. N. Oibbi , of this
city , died at his rcsidonco in Snmpoil
last Tuesday evening , after being sick
about ono week. Mr. Jlouchor was
an honored citien ; : and a very staunch
and active member of the Baptist
While Tomplolon , brother of Mrs.
Walter Youngj of this city , a brake *
man on the vnilro.idj mot with a very
severe accident at Sidney. Mr. Tern-
platan , his father , who resides in this
city , received a dispatch to como to
Sydney immediately , as his son had
been very badly injvrcd.
Vl'.IlY CONHOL1MI Kl'IHTM !
vas found in the keyhole of the door
f one of our prominent grocers on
Jroadway yesterday morning :
Old Morphia : "If you had not
lopt so 'darn' late you wouln have
md JJl.JiO in your drawer , more than
on have now. " WAKI : Ui1.
riAKOS AND ono vss.
For the next thirty duya Mueller
vill 'lull pirnos and organn at extra
ow fignres for Christnm presents.
F. O. Norrb [ .leaven Council TJIufl's
.o-day on an extended biisincns trip to
Till : IIOA11H OFTIIADU
not at their rooms on Pearl atrcot ,
Vvdncndiiy. What they did in only
mown to those in attendance aa thu
eal of secrecy was placed over the
ps of each member. Wo sent Puck
n , however , and he says that they
( idle certain steps to forward the
'court IIOUBO und poitoflico bill , " as
\ndy Graham remarked , "work will
PIUIUIM'H LANDING , COUNCIL
JLUKFH , December 8. On my way
p to Kanesvillu I found at the corner
) f 7th uvenuu and south 7th street u
> oat tied to a tree bohiiid a church ,
itrango to fasten boats this time of
oar. CllAULKH J. I3KCKMAN.
Officer Clout ; ! ) arrested George M.
lillut for an assault upon a eiti/.en
Vedncsday night on Broadway. Q'ho
late failed to make out a case , and
lillut was discharged ,
OLD I'AHIIIONKI ) 1'AVINd MATKUIAL.
A meeting was held at the Baptist
uirch last evening , for the purpose
F organizing a moral society for the
oppression of vice.
man was calaboosod by Oflicer
for being drunk. His name was
lichaol Welch ; fined $0 85.
Thomas Hughes was arrested by
flicer Sterling for being drunk and
aken to the calabooso , where the
ourt imposed a line of § 0 85.
II. M. Wilson , of Avoca , was at the
S. A. Broadwoll , of Logan , nepbow
f Dr. Patton , was in Council Bluffs
'csterday at the Ogdun.
F A. Scratch , dentist , Jtullivcn , Ont. ,
vrltet : "I have the BrefttoKt confidence
n jour IHninocK I'.i.oon HITTIIIM. : Inonu
aso witli which I nm personally acrimint- (
l their Hiicccsf was almost incrcdib'u. ' On
.idy tulil 1110 that half a I ottlu did her
lore coed tliau huiulmlH of dollar ' worth
f niediciiH HIO ! had previously taken. "
'rice $1 , trial uizo 10 ccnt . ilec 5-cou-
WILL HOY AND BKLL
? ay Tuxes , Rent HOUSOB , Etc.
IfOU WANT TO RUT OR BBLt ,
all at Ollko , Houm 8 , Crdihton Illoch , Omaha ,
NEVER GUMS !
on Wan'on , Uu Rioa , Ituipory , ThroHhcru
.nil . Hill Muihinery. It li INVAU'AULK TO KAHH
IUH AND TSAUHrKKH. It UVirCI Sor.ltcllOH Mill All
! nd otsorco oil HOHCB ir.J Gtoik , OA well as on
men.OLABK & WISE , Manuf's ,
3Q5 IlllnoU Street , Chicago
BK ft \ -O -
Permanently Cured no humuuc by ono
month's usace of Dn , dOULARD'SCeleurat-
cri Infallible Fit Powder * . To lonuui nullvr-
cr that tliuHopowilcn will do all wa iltini for
Ilium o will Bend tliim liv mall , post paid a
free Ti lal box. Dr. douhrd U thu only phjnl
ilan that has o\ci nude thU dUcauo a HpotIV
ttudy. and os to our knowledge thouiaiiJt ha\o
litin Permnnotly cured liy the ui of thmo
Powders , we will cuaranlee a pormanenl
euro In oxory cane or refund you all money ex.
pendod. All lutlercr * nh ulu l\o thcko 1'uw
dcra an vaily trial , and bo comlnu'd of their
1'rk-c , for litr o Vex , 83 00 , or 4 boxes for910,00
ont by mall to any part of the Unltaa H tit en or
Canada on rueulpt of urleo. or hv oxprcss. 0. O.
I ) , Addrcis , ASH & ROBOINS
000 Fulton St. , Drooklyn , N. Y.
GRAND OPENING !
Professor FUhor , ( from St. lxjiil ) Oanilnir Ae
adciuy. Utandard llallvor Klfteonth and K rn
htm , Tueidsy exonliig , Scptomlier 6th.
Ulanavi for Ladle * and Ovntloiueii comracncln
TuuncUy uvpnlnif September Dili ; claaieiu toi
Ma tors , coinnninciiiK Saturdty alter.
noon at 4 o'clcck. Cliasi'a for Faiulllei , will lie.
arranged to 'ilt tlio honOrabto pitronu. Also
bullet danclni ; can be taught ,
Turnn UlK'nI.aiid peiluo sUUfictton to Bcliol
rsiniarintonl. frit ate Instructions w II ) ox\\- \
cnittlio Dai-lnj injuiuy or tt the -uUloiuc
of the | tror .
1'rliatu 'orlfii J oo , kft "stll i llojcr J
iif Application ( if Jloury I'liiul
Notice li hereby alvm thit Henry Pundl , d | >
upon thu 7th day of Piwmbcr. A. D. Iwil.t'lu hi
uppllratlon to tlioiu\\or niululty council of Out )
ha , for llcemo to > cll Malt , Splrltuom nnd Vlnou
I.liiiom | , nt No. 1'JIH Karnlmm ktrwif , Thin
Ward , Omalia , Ni > b. , from tliu Ut diy ol Januarj
lb 2 , to thu H'tli o' April , IMs. ' ,
If thrrv ) > o no objection , romiiutniiico or pro
tei Illnl ultliln t o urvlnfroni Duimbcr Till
A , P. lb8I , the said Ikt'iibo will be ir.uited ; ,
IlKAKf l'l'M > T ,
Tun IUIIT IlrB newnvir | r will puWUh theal > o >
notlcof r tuouiHiVsat the i M > euso of thu ot
plluuit. The City of Omahi it not to IMJ charKv
Uicrewlth. J , J. L. C , J tWCTT ,
GASH PRICE LIST !
1204 Faraham St. ,
, - - - .
Prctervo It nnd Compare Prices With Others
lojs' Clipper "ilcdi . f fi1
Olrl ' flipper McdJ . f,0
o t 81 0 \Vnoi ( m City . OS
IxW ( ; hroinoiVilnut r'ramcg . 00
rlOC.irxcU lnnt Krainci . 20
J\2l OntvcJ Motto tramci , Walnut . 2S
( til Walnut Kraimi . 25
Innil'O'i.o Vc.lt ct Pnmc . 1&
loom Moulding. W'nlnut or Ollt , 1 Inch jwr
foot . 4
lo m Moulding , Wnlnutt ( lilt , lj Inch
tvrfoot . n
risi llooki far irom MouNIIti ? , | HT coz. , < 0
Icxl Hnom Uimp , L'oni | > lolv . US
Und Kmnpn , Cninplito . i'S
; r\m llniid I.inip , tiowpltto . 30
ron Ccal Ilucktt . 30
looil llrooni . IK
lent Ilrooin In JUrkut . 20
Jhlld'n llrooni . lit
( ilttcon . i0 !
ii"ml.itci | . 30
: \tcn < lon l.lliary ljun\i . 2 10
( Haw ( loljlcti ( nnu rtt ) . r o
! (1'an. Tuinblcriononet ) . 3'
.imp Chlmnc.M . fi
oed Ijintcrn . 40
One Gallon Ollfaii . lift
Low Price * for Iron Stone China Ware.
'nliamlln Ten , prr sot (12 ( pieces ) . g 6.
latiillu Tom , pcf * utl2 pieces ) . , i > 6
"nlmndlc Coffee , pof nit (12 ( jiluiui ) . OS
'inillo Collcc , pt'rcct (12 ( pltcci ) . "A
) nu Ho' I'le 1'Htci ( piece * ) . ir ,
' /iu Hot Tea I latei (0 pieces ) . f,0
noHjiIlrc.al > fvtt'lttc < (0ilicc8) ( | ) . C5
Ino Set Dinner I'l > tcj ( ( I plcie * ) . . 0
'otcrcil Turrcn ) . Ut
rvani I'ltcliciH . 1A
rath Ilowl und I Itchur . I )
Jhatnhcra . 3S
'ollct Hots f r Dul Itootm (1 ( plocc ) . 2 ( ' 0
) mt I'aiw . 1C
toolo Dliitno'.ilt . ?
n Olassn , nil Price' .
.WTnoabnrnprlrcs FOIt ( JASII , nnd joti will
ml them at Itut 10 lo 30 per cent , lent thin
i nxthDfo , an wo purcha o for C'axli , at the lo c t
atu , and tell for C h Only. My cintoinuri are
mi obliged to p.iy for loss of liad delitu , as we
i < cp no hoolisati I no cinrgia are made. Qlve
s a trial nnd bo convinced. l'Ka < o cUl nnd
irlco onrdoods ai c hito thou5.ii.di of rutklci
tot incut onod un tliti hill.
All Are Welcome , Whether They Want
Goods or Not. dcUcod-tf
. Hamilton & Co. ,
trtnevctcd cotno M that of nn Incor
Acoonnti kept In currency or gold subject to
cht check without notlto
Ccrtincatca of dcpoclt naucd piyablo In three ,
x and twcho months , jcarliiK Interest , or on
oinand wltliout Interest.
Ailvutici'H nuiilo to cuitomora on approved ( ecu
ttcs nt market rutts of Intoreut.
Buy and tell gold , hills of otchingc , govern
men' , xtrtc , cuunty and city honds.
Draw nlgnt ilnltx on England , Ireland , Scot-
ncl , and all parti ol Kuropc.
Sell K\\ro | r.n pa < .igo tlckcbl.
COLLECTIONS PIIOMITLV MAUK.
United States Depository
Cor. 13th and Farnam Ste.
LDEOT BANK1NO KSTAHMSHWENT IS
SUCCESOORO TO KOUNTZE BROTHERQ. )
8TAHMSIIKU 1SW ) .
OricMiUfd M a National lUnk August SO , IbOS.
APITAL AND PROFITS OVER 30O OOO
orricsiu AND DIUXOTORI :
niaMAa Kouv n , President.
AUQUHTDM KoDtfTZR , Vice Prol'lunk.
H. W. YATE8 , Cohhlcr.
A. J. POITLKTON , Attorney , ]
JOHN A. CKHUIIIOFI.
P. II. DAVIS , Aut. Onihiff.
Thl bAi'ic ricelvca dipoelt without rciarJ tc
Iwucstlme ccrtincatoa Ijearlntr Intercut.
Drive drafts on San Francmco and pilnclpil
Itlcacf thoUnltuil Statcft , atao London , DutiUn
Cillnbiirith and tbo principal cities of thucontl
cnt of F.uropc.
Soils paxscnKer tickets for emigrants/ ? ! In
nian line. mavliltf
EAST - INDIA
Sole MnnufacturorB. OM H A.
All nuHercra from tli'u dUcaso that are anxtoiu
to le cured ihould try DR. KISSNER'S Celebrated -
brated Contumptlvo Powders. Thcso POH *
dcru are the only prcjiaintlon known that il
euro Coimuuiption nd all duiusca of the Throat
and Lunci Indeed , to btroiu H our faith II
them , and also to convince > ou that they are no
humbug , MO will forwnid fo vtury HUlferer , by
ir.all , ( Wat paid , a free Trial Box.
We don't want your money until yon are per
fcctly mtUIU'd ol their curatli a i > o crs If ) our
life li worth saving , don't delay In Kiting thoHo
Powders a trial , aa they uill surely euro jou.
I'rlco. for lurKu l > ox. WOO , unt to any parto
the Unlttd S tat on or Canada , by null on rcrulpl
ofprlni. AdJrtBS , AHI1 & ItOllllINS ,
nlldlv SCO Fulton Nt , llronkUn. N. Y.
To Nervous Sufterers
THE GREAT EIJKOPEAN REMEDY.
Dr. J. B. Simpson's Specific
It Is ft po | tlo euro for Spcnnatoirhon , Scraltu
. . ( okncci. Imiwuncy , and Ml ilUaiua roaultlnf ;
from Suit-Abuse , M Mental Anxiety , LOKSI
Memory , I'tlm In the Hack or Side , and Ulsuuot
that l iil .to
Inmiilty an 1
Thu | > ccinc
iif U CK |
ful KUCC038 ,
l' nu hleti
Knt Ircc to M. Wrlto for them tad get full par
I'rlcc , Biwiac , fl.OO J > r rackigo , or fix ( ncV
CM for J6.00 , Aiidrotu all ordcn to
U. HIUKON MKDICINE CO.
No * . 104 Mill 100 M ln St. llud lo , N. Y.
Sold Iu Ouuhk bv 0. F , Ucxxliiun , J , W. Uolt
I. K lib , nd J1 drujuUitaovcryvfhcre.
Articles of Inoorporntion of the
Millnrd Fnrmoni' Clnb.
Articles of Incoriiornlion inndo ntitl
nilojtcl ( thi < 20th dny of October , A. J ) ,
1831 , by and between the undersigned in-
cori-orntori' , M follow * , to wlt :
Artloln T. The nnino of thlicluliMmll be
the Mlllard 1'nnncrt' club.
Artlolo II , Tlie jrlnci | > ul [ ilnce of bin !
ncMof thin cluhnlmll lie nt Millard ttn <
lion , county of Dongla % ICcbraskn.
NATUIIK OK IlUSI.VKSI.
Article III. The Rpneml nnturc of bn l.
ness to bo trnn fttted by thh club IH to
conduct a Rcnernl llternry ntid social bun ! *
tica * nnii other entcrtainmenti of n eoclnl
Article IV. The nmoimt of cnpltix' ' nfock
o' thii club nlmll lie two thotinniid dollim ,
illvidfd int'i ulinros of one dollar each ,
ulilch > lmll bo tiald in the manner ( .re-
fcribcd by the ( ilicctntn.
coMMr.xcr.jiK.vT AND TP. " > IINATI- .
Artie o V. This club Mmll co.nmcnco to
trnncnct bti infKK nnd oxuici'elU corporate
tH.wers the .1)th ) day of Ottobor , 1881 , and
lift iinweti ) filnll L-.VO U the l9tli ! day of
October , 1IIS1.
AMOUNTS OK LIAntLITV.
Artic'o VI. Tlie hi htst nmnutit of ft-
blllty or indchteiliiers , uhich thlj club
nhnll nt nnv on.1 tlmo Mibject iUlef , ehall
Lu three htiuMiod d II r.s.
Artkln VII. The . .fliccM . of thU
club Hh.tll bo rondili ted by n
bonrd of three tiirectorn , who nhall be
elected from nmoni ; the stockholdcrn , nnd
they chall appoint a presil ( > nt and such
other olliccrsi ns by law h required.
.TUMI'S ScllHAKDKri ,
, T. UI.UM ,
GMUH SCIIL'JIANN ,
STATK OK NFMHASKA , }
COUNTY OF TSUKLAP. |
On thin 2ltli day of October , A. 1) . 8881 ,
ncrcoimlly nppearccl before me , CharloH
Hnmlt'i , a notary public for suid county ,
.Iiilim Suhrooder. .1. liliim , C'laus Schu-
iiintin , W. ( ii'tnimrf , to me known to be
thu mancm ot the forcuoim ; articles of in
corporation , nnd acknowledged the sumo to
1)0 their voluntary act nnd tleed.
[ MIAI. : . ] CHAUI.I-H MIANDPS
Notary ( niblic in and for Douglas county ,
For Sale by
WM. P , STOETZEL
521 South Tenth St.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE )
TRADE MARieTho OrealTRADE MARK
uiiy. All mi
rhea , Impot'
ency , and all
o AFTER TAHIHB.
; ai ! A > of Memory , Unix emit Lassl
tude , Tain In the Uack , Diiinifuj of VMon , 1're
nnturi ) Old AKI > , and man ; other Dlioisca that
lead to Inianlty or Consuuiptlon and a Prema
X2Tt iH particulars In our pamrhlct , whlin
we ilcslro to tend free I r mail to e\eryono
tSTThe SpecIHe ilcdlclno U told by all druirH'lsU
at 81 per iiacK Be , orOpack ? en for > 5 , or ll
be tent IriH ) by mail on reel plot the money , by
addii'salnt THE ( III A tJEDICINK CO. ,
lluflalo , N. Y.
For sale by 0 , P Good *
MANUFACTURERS OF PLOWS , MOLINE , ILL ,
Wholesale Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
: E O. ,
Moliuo Wagou CoFarm anil Spring Wagons ,
Deere &Mansur GoOorn Planters , Stalk Gufcte , &o. . ,
MolinePnmp OoWood ami Iron Pumps ,
Wheel & Seeder Oo , Fountain City Drills and Seeders ,
Meclianicsbnrg Maoli , Co , Baker Grain Drills ,
Sliawnee Agricultural Oo , Advance Hay Bakes ,
Joliet Manufacturing OoEureka , Power and Hand Sliollers ,
Whitman Agricultural Oo , Shelters , Road Sorapers , &c , ,
Moline Scale Oo , Yiotor Standard Scales ,
A , 0 , Fish Racine Buggies ,
AND DEALERS IN
All Articles Required to Make a Complete Stock.
. Address All Communications to
DEERE & COMPANY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. dec3mc2m
THE JELM MOUNTAIN
Mining and Milling Company.
VorkliiB Caplt I , - $3 < X,000.
laplUl btoik , Sl.WO.i 00.
'ar Value of hhares , 25,000.
STOCK. FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BRAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
DU. J I. THOMAS , President , Cummins , Wyotnlnjf.
V 'M E. TILTON , Vlct-rrestdcnt , Cumiutaa , Wjomlng
K. N. HAKWOOD , Secretary , Cummins , Wyoming.
A. 0. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wjomlng.
) r. J. I. Thomas. Loulu Miller Vf. b. Bramcl. A. G Dunn.
K. N. liar * ood. Francis Leavens. Oco. H. F.iles. Lewis Zolman.
Dr. J. C. Walking.
io2mi'Cni OEO. W. KENDALL. Author'zed ' Agent for gale of Stock ; Box 442. Omaha , Neb.
FEARON & COLE ,
Commissson Merchants ,
1121 Farnham St. , Omaha , Neb.
Consignments mode us will receive prompt attention. . , References : State Bank , Omaha ; Platl
& Co. , Baltimore ; Peck & Eanshcr , Cnlcasro ; M w .i * r > Cincinnati.
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DUALCK N
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. , Omaha Neb. n,4.me.ly
fSH & McMAHON ,
1406 DOUGLAS STREET , OMAHA , NEB.
The Only Exclusive Wholesale Drug House in Nebraska
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MAIL ORDERS.
LUMBER , COAL & LIME ,
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts. ,
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnhsm St. . Omaha , Neb.
W. J. WELSHANS &
WHOLKLALK AND IIETA1L OEALKRS IN
Flour , Feed , Grain , Baled Hay.
OMAHA CITY MILLS
-CIIOICK J1RANDS OF-
Winter and Spring Wheat Flour , Rye Flour , Graham ,
Bran , Corn , Oats and Chopped Feed of all Kinds.
Cor. Eighth and Farnham Staeets , Omaha.
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