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JLJE DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. MAX 3 , 1882.
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COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
City Market , Council Dlufls Ion a ,
WHOLESALE FLOUR HOUSE ,
General Agents for the Celebrated Mills o' H 1) . llxi hA. Co. . flolden Fugle Flour , Lcavenno.ith
Knn ai , and Queen Bee Mills , Sioux Kails , Dakota.
FtfCTfncf. Wraith & C l t'ndtn. Council llluft < , la.
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WIOLESALE AND UETA1L
STATIONERY AND PRINTER'S GOODS *
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 FFICE.
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Lands and Lots Bouht and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW HATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA.
HI.
15 North Main Street.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN SHOE FINDINGS.
Rctdy-flttod upper ? , In call ikln anil kip. Oak and HcmlocL 60I.E LEATHER , and all
tools appertaining totbohoo tr do. ( la < li gold ai cheap ix In the KM > .
IILLIMM b
FOR STYLISH SPRING MILLINERY. PATTERN BONNETS AND
CHILDREN'S ' HATS A SPECIALTY.
105 South Main Street. Council Bluffs la.
That ncrcr require crimping1 , at Mn. J. J , Good's Hair Store , at | > r < cc9 netcr bcferc touched by
any other hair dealer. AIio a full line of switches , etc. , atfreatly reduced pricoi. Alss gold ,
lhcr and colored nets Warci made from ltdlcs' own hair. Do not fill to call before pmdiwlng
eJjcwhcre. All gooda warranted as represented. MH9. J. J. OOOD ,
29 JUIn street. Council IlIufTs , Iowa.
mm WISE ,
UTERI , FEED & SALE STABLE
The largest and best
stables in the west.
Roadsters , Saddle and
draft horses for sale ,
also a fine lot of mules
just received which
will be closed out
cheap.
SCOTT ST. , NEAR BROADWAY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
fl A TlTfl hlTlfl H"10\l.li withOJt the
I i fl I\I \ I ! II. K N drafting of blood or usaof
U till U JulllU knife. Cures lull ? diseases ,
A\m n'l'HLM ? Fits , Scrofula , LUer Com-
; Pl lnt. Dropsy , Uhcuam-
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Til M n R S tlsm > Fetor aid Mercur-
I U III U II U lat 80rc8i Erysipelas , Salt
Rheum , Scald Houl , CUnrli-ttoik , Influncd
and granulated Ees , J-crofulous Ulcers and Fe
male Disi nse > of all kinds. Alao Kidney and
Vcncrlal diseases. Ilemorrholdaor Piles cured
or money refunded.
All disease : treated upoi thopttnctplcof veget
able reform , without the uu ot mercurial pois
ons or the Knifo.
Electro Vapor or M-dlcated Baths , furnished
those who dcaire them.
Hernii or Ilupturo radically cured by the use
\ of the Elastic bolt Trma and I'Ustcr , which has
- no superior In thaorla. .
CONSULTATION FREE
CALL O.V Oil AUDUES3
Drs , R , Rico and F , C , Miller ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , In.
' LIVERY ,
Feed and Sale Stables ,
18 North First Street ,
DouQuet't old ttand , Council Ulurtj , Iowa.
WlLLAttl ) SillTlI. Prop.
W.D.STILLMAN ,
Practitioner of Homeopathy , consulting-
Physician and Surgeon ,
Office and residence 616 Willow avenue , Coun-
dlUluffa , Iov > a.
W. E. SINTON ,
DENTIST.
14 Pearl Street , Otunoil Bluffs.
Extractlngand filling a ipecltlty. First-class
work guaranteed.
BB. A. P. HANCHEXT ,
' ' ; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office , No. 14 Pearl Street Houif , 0 a. m. to
t. and 2 p. m. , to & p , u > . Kealdcnc.0 , ISO
llancroft street. Telephonic connection wllli
Central olllco.
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DR. AMELIA BURROUGHS ,
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No , 617 First Avenue
Hours from 10 to 11 a. m. , and 2 to S p. m.
BAHKER'S ' LIFE "ASSOCIATION ,
DE3J10INE3 , Io a.
Incorporated July 1st , 1870 , for the mutual
benefit of bank otllcers and their customers ,
Baed on principles of Kqurr , Ecosoxr IND bn-
CURITT. A few exnorlencei life Insurance bollcl-
tora wanted. Addresj , H. M Hterens , district
solicitor , Office No. 7 , Erertt'i Woe * , Council
Illuffi , Iowa. RealuenceJlDl 4tba\tnue. 1' O.
box S25.
S25.S. . E. MAXON , 2
Xt O 3EC X Xi H O X.
Office over aavlngi bank.
OOUNOIl , BLUFFS , - - - Iowa.
REAL ESTATE. ' "
W. 0. Jimci , In connection with hi * law and
collection buiincHbu ) i and tell * real pstato.
Person * wishing to buy or sell city property call
athl < office , over UuihneU'i book store , Pearl
itreot. _
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public.
415 Broad way , Council Bluffs
acd mcitjt ei drawn and ncknoledgej
HAIR GOODS.
WATER WAVES ,
In Stock and Manufactur
ed to Order.
Waves Made From Your Own Hair.
TOILET ARTICLES ,
Nota , Combs , Brushes , Faco-pow-
dors , Bands , Hair Orna
ments , Ac. , Ac.
All Goods Warranted as
Represented , and Prices
Guaranteed.
337 W. Broadway , and
109 S. Main St.
MRS. P. A. BENEDICT ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
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MRS , E , J , HARDING , M , D , .
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Medical Electrician
AND
GYGNECOLOGIST.
Graduate of Elrctropithic Institution , Phila
delphia , 1'oam.
Office Our , Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL ULUFl'd , IOWA.
The treatment of all disease ? and p'liiful [ dlf-
flcultlcH peculiar to fotpalei a specialty.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MA1NST ,
Empley the best Dread Baker In the West ; also
u choice hind for Cakes and Pics.
Bread delivered to all parts ot the city.
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FRESH FISH !
Game and Poultry ,
Can always be found at B. DANEHY'P ,
130 Upper Broadway.
JNO.JAYFRAINEY ,
Justice of the Peace ,
3U DROADWAV ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
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W , B , MAYES ,
Loans andKealEstate ,
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Proprietor of abstracts of Pottawattamlo y
county , Olllco corner of Ilroadwa ) and Main 01
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JOHN STEINER M. D foUl
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( UeutMher Arzt. )
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R003I 5 , EVERETT'S BLOCK , 111
Council Blufla. tvdl
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tXseaees of aomtn and children a ipaclalty. rii
P , J , MONTGOMERY M , D , , 01at
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Olllco In Ercrett'a block , Pearl trcet. Heal ] .
denco eta Fourth etrctt. Ollico hours from 9 to I jl
a. in. , t to 4 and 7 ta p. in. , Council Huffi
F. G. CLARK ar
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PRACTICAL DENTIST. ar th
Pearl street , opposite the postotflce. One of I is
the oldest practltlonera IJi Council Bluffs
lifactlon guaranteed In all casei
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ODELL & DAY , udh
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GENERAL FIRS INSURAHOE cli
AND
REAL ESTATE AG'TS , qt
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MONEY TO LOAN. cial
Boa d of Trade bulldta ? , Council Bluffr , la.
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JOHN LINDT ina '
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW or
Will practice In all itate and court ! au
i Oerniau Lanua e. one
THE MISSOURI METHOD ,
Tempered by Congenial Neigh-
bora on the lown Border.
, A Detailed Sketch of Mnryvlllo , Its
Commorclal Industries find
Poopta.
Corrfpondcnco of Tnit URR.
MAUYVILU : , Mo. , April 1S2.
I hnro boon unnblo to find , exactly ,
whoa Maryrillo was born ; but in 1841
it had about 25 inlixbitniita , mulboost (
ed of a gunsliop , a anloon nnd n log
school house , where the courts wore
hold.
It was nnmod after Mrs. Jlary Orn1 1
ham , who nt present still lives in the I
city.
city.In
In 1871 , when the K. 0. llailrond
was constructed through here to join
the llopkina Branch , the place mmv
bored 1,200 ; and in 1880 , ono your
nltor the arrival of the Wnbnsh , it
wna incorporated na A city of the
fourth class with n population of 3,000 ,
and now claims about 5,000.
NODAWAY COUNTY ,
of which It is the county Boat , a pnrt
of the "IMatto purchase , " oontaina
about 000 square miles , almost every
aero of which is fit for cultivation , is
supplied with plenty of coal , timber ,
and good water , has money at interest ,
and , like Etjypt , is famud for its won
derfully productive soil , mild nnd
healthy climate , and the great variety
of its fruits , grains , grasses , nnd for
est trees.
TUP TALltOT HOTS ,
who were hung here last July for the
murder of their father , ave some no
toriety to the city , particularly in an
historical way ; and now that the ex
citement has passed and the cooler
judgment is controlling the thoughts
of the public , wo can listen to the
histories of these young men while
wo stand on the spot where they ex
piated their guilt , and wonder if the
finely dressed young lady who passed
our window a few momenta since was
the sister who use to carry a revolver
as a common plaything , and whoso
mother , like the mother of Jeeso
James , will have to answer for the
sins of her children whom she had
taught to disregard all law , both hu-
j
man and divino.
AUNT WINNIE
is the only naino known for a remark
ably active negro woman living hero ,
who claims to bo 80 years of ago ,
lives alone , supports herself , is a
friend to everybody , and wo believe
her former master is also n rcsidunt
of the city. The tales which Aunt
Winnie can relate , the kindness of the
neighborhood towards her , hop lonely
life in her own homo , which is a
house . and lot well filled with trees ,
and equally attractive to the curious
because of the heaps of ' 'old truck"
which she carries home and deposits
in the dooryard , would fill a volume ,
if the truth were told , about this gen
uine specimen of an old "plantation
hand. "
THE NB\T COITllT UOUSIi
is being planted in the public square ,
and the great heaps of stone and largo
quantities of timber scattered all over
the beautiful croon park are to bo col
lected into a S7C,000 building before
the winter snoivu comq. The now
jail is to bo erected this sonson in 11
retired situation , and n , largo brick
public school building is to bo torn
down at once to make room for n
$30,000 or $10,000 now one ; and as
we look over the city wo are struck
with the great number of now and
costly business houses , public build
ings , costly residences , and the array
of new buildings going up in every it
direction , and the amount of work
done to clean and beautify the native
forests which are becoming the fash
ionable as well as the most beautiful
parts of the city. The city fathers
have a hundred lamp posts sot , but no
gas works yet , a peed two-story brick
engine house and'city hall , a fire de
partment ' , including hoao and hook
and ladder companies , and a "two-
cylinder eoda fountain engine , " a city
engineer and an established grade , a
01P"
prospective " reservoir and water works ,
And ' uniformed police , while its
3 banks , ti hotels , 12 restaurants , 8 S10
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woolen mill , planing mill , insurance to
real estate , and abstract firms , socie
ties of Masons , Odd Fellows , United
Workman * , Good Templars , and Btato
Temperance Alliance ; a largo num
ber of churches , including the Irish
nnd the German Catholic , and the H. J.
E. church north and south , three
newspapers , and a half a hundred ton
stores , give something of an idea of
the business and prosperity of ( his
young meropolis , that disphys itself BUJ
over a myriad of little hil'j ' and val cool
leys , in artificial groves and native nnd
forests , and whoeo business houses are to
toHe
almost entirely the conventional brick. He
W.
TUB I'KAOII TUKKH '
have been in full bloom for a week or aud
two and the crab apple , plum and $817
dwarf pear are just opening iti the lice
richness of full spring dtess , the per
onions , radishes , peas , and potatoes pen
are already "above ground , " and the $ 4 ,
snow storm and freezing of the last '
day or two have caused much uneasi work
ness about the garden and fruit crops , groi
whi > e the general spring's work ia groifi
well advanced and the grains are lam
looking well.THE scales
THE NHW.SlUrKHH them
of the lire and aggressive class , Main
ably edited , and fully equipped for south
any demands or heavv drafts which cured
they may bo called upon , profes pay
sionally , to honor , The Republican a
the "oflicial" of the republican don
party , ia an able and well conducted wkolo
journal , and works oil' jta " 2,000 of
editions" by ( team , every seventh Got
day , to the great satisfaction of its' C
readers and the satisfaction of its ex notice
chequer. dor
The Times it A youthful six-column should
juarto , full of energy and the enter Ho
prise of the ago , and bearing the ofli dan
eoal of the democratic party. from
The Nodaway Democrat "fighU afi
Jtoaowater , " has u ( ino job ollico , prai
two and a half thousand circulation , TJII
TJII'J
, if we are a judge , lays up money 'J
orory week. The clear-headed man soil
aging editor , Mr. fleo. W. Martin , is to c
Omaha boys , will remembered a ing
of the U , P. ciriJ engineers and avenue
surveyors , and , from this neighbor-
ing state , has , for years , anxiously
watched the struggles of Nebraska
for freedom , has soon the various
political and municipal battles fought
and ( won on the walls of Omaha , and
the city capitulate to a "mountain
lluwitxor . nnd a Ontlin gun , " and
when the bloody strife was over has
joined in the hymn of praise to the
"Great Sidney" who overlooks the
angry rebellion in one of his little
cities , nnd kindly listen to our prayer
for an extra session of the legislature ,
TUB AUUNOTO.V 11OVSK
is one of the institutions of which the
city ; may well bo proud. The high att
mosphoro of the city , its beautiful
drives , parks , _ trained shrubbery
varied industrial enterprises , as well
as remotoiicsi from Bother cities , St.
Joe , the nearest , being 45 miles dis
tant * , have already given this city
something of a reputation as a pleas
ant ) summer resort , and this liouso
with its CO guest rooms , spacious and
well ! ventilated , has been tor some
time : under the management of J. M.
Black it Son , and is one of the best
regulated hotels in the western part
ofma the state , and a place where nil
may find the safety anil comforts of a
homo.
It might bo very interesting to men
tioi many of the important manufac
turing and trading establishments ,
but wo will return thanks to Mr. Fay-
etto Smith , who pays a half dozen
subscriptions to THE BEB for his grain
houses along the Wnbash , nnd who
worked faithfully nnd persistently to
assist your correspondent in extend
ing its circulation hero , and to ox-
Mayor Scribner It. Beach , n former
schoolmate of the writer , for the
saino courtesies. Mr. Beach is a
native < f Crawford
county , Pn , was a
member of the 83d Pennsylvania
Vols. \ ; was desperately wounded nt
the battle of the Wilderness , May 5 ,
18G4 , losing the main part of one of
the long bones of
the forearm ; was
postmaster two years on
his return , and resigned to
"go west. " Locating near Mnryvillo ,
ho taught school , and dug coal , to
keep the wolf out , and has since
served four ycara , the conatitutional
limit , as sheriff , and this week has
laid down the honors of n four year's
service as mayor of the city. As an
olllcer Mr. Beach has earned the repu
tation of being the first sheriff in this
nart of the state who successfully re
lieved the county of its gang of thieves
nnd outlaws who had so long and so
successfully eluded the officers of the
law ; as the chief magistrate of the
city ho has an enviable reputation for
integrity and good judgment ; nnd is
deemed ono of the ablest lawyers in
Northwestern Missonri. ,
BUUKBYI : .
DETAILS OF THE DOINGS.To i
Sundry Matters Considered by
the City Fathers' Session. |
Elootrio IiightB , Fire Alarm * , Pow
der Houses , Poll Taxes and Iii- ot
aonioa Talked of.
At the regular mooting of the city | .
council Monday night there were a
number of bills presented , including
that of the Nonpareil for printing ,
which has for some time boon in the
hands of the committee for invoatign-
lion. The committee reported in '
favor of allowing § 1'J1 , but the city
clerk called attention to the fact that
one item of $10 was incorrect. It was
for printing a notice to clean up the
alleys and streets , and was originally all
ordered in four times , but the paper
kept printing it and kept charging for
, even after it was ordered out.
This relation caused the bill to bo
again given to the committee for0 ) '
further consideration and
investiga
tion. led
Another printing bill , of the Globe , tak
was presented , it being for $104.80 , oac
from March 15 to April 6 ; also , ono sta
from the Freie Press for $12.60 , those
being made before the resolution was
passed cutting down the printing BU
bills. BOp
The usual monthly appropriation of I
to the Light-guards , us a dona-
lion , was referred to the judiciary
committee.
The city clerk and auditor requested
bo paid from the police fund in
stead of general warrants , which request -
quest WUH granted.
The poliue _ pay roll for the month ,
amounting to $471 , was ordered paid.
The petition of U. R. Whcclor and last
AI. Palmer , for n aide-walk to ho and
ordered on Harmony atroot near Bos
, wua granted ,
Judge Aylosworth asked tor the
appointment of a clerk for the
supreme ] court , and Oity Clerk Sovis-
was appointed to that position ,
the judiciary committon instruct- on
draw un ordinance fixing Ilia salary.
filed his bonda in ( ho sum of
1,000. ' may
The auditor reported the bills
audited by this council in March as
, nnd in April ua 8-1,110 , The
licences collected in April wore re come
ported us being 810.05 , and the ex
penses for May were estimated at
$4,000. "
The city engineer reported the
of filling Main street as pro-
greasing woll.
Tlio
Superintendent of Markets Will-
stated that he had purchased
, and desired a permit to locate
: ut the intersection of Pearl and i
street , and also stated that lota | p
of the court house oould bo se ted
for standing room for teams on city
payment of taxes only. This raised outer
diecueeion i an to what ahoufd be I . . .
with the old scales , and the | ofllce
( mattpr was placed in the hupda oou
Aldermen Sieuentopf , Wood and scales.
Qouldon to adjust. for
On recommendation of the mayor
was Ordered given that all pow own
houses within the city ifmits the
bo removed within six months. 8300
did not think there was so much turn
danger from lightning there
as was
C5
set
the doors uaod
having as targets ,
full showing up of which dangerous the
practice has already been given to lost
UKU. ke
kept
The mayor , city engineer and city eomo
solicitor wore appointed a committee scales
coufor with the railways about fill poc
between the tracks , near Yuu han
pui
, and to BOO about securing the ud.
right of way over the foundation of
tin track.
The ' , Nonpareil boinc the only
applicant for the position ot olllcinl
paper , was so ordered.
The new ordinance regulating the
saloons was presented and pasted to n
second reading , nnd laid over until the
next : monthly meeting. In drawing
up the ordinance a blank hnd been
loft for the council to fill with some
amount to be decided upon for
licenses , but after some talk the blank
wa left unfilled.
The park committee was nuthorizod
to open Second street into Fnirmount
park , ' , and also to look into the feasi
bility of opening Glen avenue into the
park , at some time near in the future.
The tire committee was nuthomod
to comtnunicntoiwith the electric light
company now exhibiting nt Burling
ton , and to invite a like exhibition
hero , with a view of adopting the
light.
The ordinance providing for n col
lection of poll taxes was passed , nnd
David Matter was selected collector.
The committee- reported on electric
fire alarm , favoring the adoption of
such n plan as was yesterday i iven in
Tin : BKE , but definite notion was postponed -
poned until the mooting of the coun
cil on the llth.
The permit given II. L. llonry to
obstruct the sidewalk on Onkluul
nvonuo while making some building
improvements there , was revoked ,
there having been complaints re
ceived concerning the matter ,
The mayor was authorized to tele
graph Congressman Hepburn nnd V.
0. Jones expressing thanks for tljoir
successful efforts to secure the passage
of the bill giving Council Bluffs n
government building.
An ordinance was passed widening
the sidewalk between Pearl nnd Main
streets on First nvonuo , nnd ordering
the same to bo twelve feet wide , of
brick , and with stone curbing.
Adjournment was then talc on until
the llth inst. . nt which time iinnl
notion will bo taken on cqunlizitiou.
WORRIED \VORKUEN.
More Words About the Trouble In the
Ancient Order.
Some time ngo Tm : BIK : published
the resolutions adopted by the lodge
of Ancient Order of Uniti d Work
men in this city , nnd nlho u circular
sent forth by the ollicci i of t hu higher
lodge. Still another li.is been sent
out , which will bo rcuil with intureat <
by all concerned in tlie prosperity of
the order in Iowa. It reads :
Omen OK OHAND MASTFII ,
I
A. O. U. W. OK IOWA , }
MASON CITY , April 10 [ ) , 1882. J
Toby the Suliordlnnto Lodpos A. O. U. W. :
Whereas , A circular has boon issued
byM. a party styling himself "Dop. S.
M. W. nnd Grand M. W. of Iowa , "
addressed to the Ancient Order of
United Workmen , forbidding the for
warding : of oflicial reports of remit
tances of money under the name
A. O. U. W. to any person
other : thnn the one styled in said
circular as deputy supreme iccordor
and acting grand recorder , etc. , etc.
. It is doomed advisable to state to
the subordinate lodges , in addition to
the circular issued from this ollico
under date of March 10th , 1882 , that
the grand lodge ot Iowa is still in ex
istence , that the businea" of the An
cient Order of United Workmen of
Iowa will continue to bo conducted
tin same as heretofore , that It. A.
Whitakor , of Waterloo , is still grand
iccorder , to whom nil reports and re
mittances will bo made , nnd the grand
lodfo will bo responsible to nil sub
ordinate lodges find their officers for to
oflicial nets of theirs done in con a
formity therewith.
The attempt of the so-atyled deputy
utj supreme oflicors to coax , scare
and bulldoze seven mombora , from
each subordinate lodge to form a new
ledge and take possession of the
funds of the old lodge is too ridiculous
lou for consideration. The grand
lodge of Iowa is able to , and will
take care of and protect the rights of
each and every Individual member of
the organization in the stnto who
stands with it its endeavor to resist
attempted encroachments ot the
supreme [ ledge upon our rights na a
separate beneficiary jurisdiction. We d
have the grandest and noblest sot of
men ever gathered together in ono
organization in this Btato , Let us '
then stand together and maintain the
rights guaranteed to ua by the and
lawa of the order , when our
state was set anart as a separate O.
beneficiary jurisdiction , The grand
lodge stands by the resolutions
adopted at Cedar Ilapicls in February
by a vote Hourly unanimous ,
will remain there until otherwise
directed by a majority vote of the
representatives of the subordinate
lodges assembled in grund ledge ses
sion.
sion.There
There will bo a meeting of the exec
utive committee of the grand ledge
the 2d of May next , at which time
provision will bo made for members
belonging to subordinate lodges which
have withdrawn from the juris
diction of the grand lodge , if any , to
retain their membership in the grand
lodge until such time as they may be
members of the new ledge ,
Fraternally in 0. II. & P. ,
o. n. MILIEU ,
Grand Master of A. O. U. W.
WM
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ADJUSTING THE SCALES- OAOO
Mill
vtlth
Much Muddled and JJucb Delay , COU
od City Weighing Dualnoaa Do-
inir Flrod Up ,
that
Ulvi
Capt , Williams , wlio was duly elec on
superintendent ot markoti and
It
weights , has not yet boon able to Kui
actively upon the duties of Ills polute Ho
, owing to the dllatorino&s of the carried veul
council in deciding what to do about uixm
. Some favored buying scales
the weigher nnd letting the city Duma mn
them. Others favored buying Kim
flcalca of the old city weigher ut
, the price guaranteed him , and uuc
them over to Mr , Williams at road V
, the actual cost of the old scales , place llllls
city bearing the balance of the
and
. Meanwhile the weigher was
on the rugged edge , Last week any
who wanted to have the city fort.
established further south ,
pooled In with Mr. Williams for the offlc
purchase of a sot of scabs to bo own- . K.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
HOTELS. PROPllIKTORS TOWNl'
ARLINGTON. J. O. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net.
SAnATOQA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , MM ford , Neb. I
MARSH HOUSE , E. MAN6 , OROWNSVILLE , Nib
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , StromiburR Ne
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivlllo
OITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. O. MEAD , Neltgh , Neb.
ORANH CENTRAL . .8EYMOUR , Nabrntk.t City , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL. P. L. THORP , WeeplnEWaterNe
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. 0. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , W. MAYFIELD , Qreonwoocl , Neb
COMMERCIAL HOUSE. E. STOREY , Clarlndn , Iowa
ENO'3 HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb ,
EXOHANQE HOTEL , O. D. HAOKNEY , Athlnnd , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTLL , FRANK LOVELL , Atklnton , Neb.
MORGAN HOUSE , C. L. QRUOP , Guide Rood , Neb.
BUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & DECKER , Oretlon , la.
JUDKIN3 HOUSE , JUDKINS A ORO , , Red Oak , ll.
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. OALPH. Ex Ira , In.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O.M.REYNOLDS , Atlantic , In ,
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , la.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. DURQE88 , Neat * , la.
OITY HOTEL , DI 0. WU.LIAM8 , Marian , la.
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. E. OUMMINQO , Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , JL. , AVERY , ' G tan ton ,
MERCHANTS HOI EL J , W. DOULWARE , Dutllngton Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blancliard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Shenandoah , la ,
OOMMERO AL HOTEL , HENRY WILLS , Dayld City , Neb.
DAQNELL HOU8C , OHA8. HAGNELL , College Spring * , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica , la.
JUDKINSHOU8E , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE D , F , STEARNS , OdebolL la
WOODS HOUSE , JOHN EOKERT , Otceola , Neb.
DOU1LA1 HOOUE , J. S. DUNHAM , Olarkt , Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. QDEEN , Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J. M. DLAOK& BON , Marjtvllle Mo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
WINSLOW HOU3E O McOARTY , Seward , Neb ,
AURORA HOUSE M. D. JONES , Aurora , Nee.
'CROSIER HOUSE * 0 | R. OROZIER , Sidney , Neb.
JELM MOUNTAIN
M
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Mining and Milling Company.
Capital I - 8300,000.
.OiX 1,000,000
* ur Value of Sharon , I- J24.000.
3TOCK FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
Mines Located in BBAMBL MINING DISTRICT.
IM. J. I. TIIOUAU , President , Cummins , Wjoralnif.
Wli. R. TILTON , VIco-FreiilJent , Cummin * , Wyoming
K. K. HAKWOOD , Secretary , Cuminlne , Wyoming.
A. O. LUNN , Treasurer , Cummins , Wyomln
Dr. J. I. Thomas. Louis Miller W. S. Brirael. A , O. Dunn.
B.N. Harwood. Francis Leavens. Qeo. It. Falos. Lewis Zolmar.
Dr. J. C. Walklns.
no22mo6ui OEO. W. KENDALL , Authorised Agent for Bolo of Stock IV" > " n.thk. Neb.
the intersection of 1'oarl and Main
atroota , the point of which is owned
by the city. Mr. Williams has naked
the council for a permit to do so , and
the matter is referred to a committed
with power to act.
Tlim leaves the city still undur ob
ligations to take thu old acules off his
predecessors hands at $300 , in accord
ance with iigroomonts made by pre
vious councils. The ucalea not being
worth oiio third of that amount , it is
lilco throwing money in a liolo , and
when the city takes possession of thu
old scales , theie ia no use to put them
, as the city weichur lias purchased
new sot , and does not , therefore ,
want the old ones at any pricu.
If the matter had boon attended to
promptly the city could have saved
something. The matter might just as
well have boon mot first us last , but
the aldermen seemed to dread to
tackle the affair , and while Mr. Wil
liams has boon losing by the delay ,
the city Booms to have lost also.
Worthy ot JPralia-
AH n rule wa do not rocnmmond Patent
Medicine * , but when wo know of ono that
really IM a public benefactor , and ( Iocs
positively cure , then wa coiwldcr it our
ty to impart that information to all.
Klectrlo Uitteru are truly a moat vuluablo
medicine , and will mirely euro lIIounnosH. ) !
1'cuer and Ague , Stomach , Liver ami
Kidney ComplalniH. ovtn were all other
remodlfH fall. We know weroof wospenk ,
can ficoly recommend them to all.
Kxch , Hold at fifty tcntu a bottle , by
. K. lioodman.
for being Uie molt direct , qulckett , an
t line connecting the great Metropolis. 0111
, and the KifciuiN , NokTif-Kmiur , i 11
BoUTU-KiariRM LIHUH , which terminate I her 9
) Kixsis Cur , ; > Biv awoBtn , AYOinsoa
Council , IlLurr * and Otuiu , th Uo
GHTIM from which radUto
EVERY LINE OF RfflAD
penetrates the Continent from the
to the Pacific Hlope. The
onioAoo ROOK ; ISLAND & PA.
oino RAILWAY
the only ling from Chicago owning track ID
Kaneai , or which , by Iti ovru road , icochci th
above named. No TRiMunui cr tUauuai
unwind ooHNKCTioaal No huddling lo U ]
ventilated or unclean cars , M every nmsoniferl
lu roomy , clean and ventilated couches'
Put KlprwH Tralni
DU OAWI ol unrivaled magnificence , POLUIU
Piuci BLtinca OAU. and our own world taaoui
OAIU , upon which meals are eerved ot uu
iun3xl eicclleuco , at the low rate ol Hivux-v
Cum ucu , with ample ttiuo lot hoalthiu
ciiloyiucnt.
Through Can between Chicago , Ptoria , UU
waukee and UUnourl Hirer Point * : and closa cm A
uoctlouo at nil point * ol intortoctfon with otlu < i
* .
Wo ticket ( do not forget this ) directly ( a ever ;
of Importance In Kantae , Nobranta , lila-I
, Wyoming , Utah. Idaho , Nevada , Cft
Oregon , wuhtu ton Territory , Colorado ,
New Mexico.
At I keral arrangement * : regarding bH'i' ' ' ai
other line , and raten elam Uttaya ; * . < o * u
competitor * , who furnish but a tithe u the oosu
fort.Dogi and tackle of tporUmca ftc .
Ticket * . nujMi ajid folder * at all prludpa
flees In the United BtaUu nd Canada.
. 11. OADLI ! , K. T. JOHN.
- FOB -
CHICAGO ,
PEORIA ,
ST. LOUIS
. , , ,
MILWAUKEE.
DEIROIT , NIAQAEA FALLS ,
NEWYORK.BOSTON ,
And all Poluti Gatt and South-East.
TIIKLINKCOlIPllISIia
Nearly 4,000 uillea. Holld Hmoath Steel Tracks
All ocnnuctlonn nro ma-lo In UNION DbPOTS.
U hm a National lUpiiUtlon at belnif the
Great Through Car Line , and la unhersolly
conrndcd to bo the FINEUT EQUIPPED lUlf-
rood In the world for all class : * uf travel.
Try It and you will And traveling a Inxury
Inntead of a > llacomfort.
Through Ticket * via > hla Celebrated Line for
Bale at ail Dillon * III the West.
All Information about Itatoo ol Kuro , Sleeping
Car Acocmuiodatlonii , Time Table * , &c. , wUI to
cheerfully Rlnm by applylnlii ; to
T. d. POTTER ,
2d Vlco-fren't & Qen , iIanaxorChIukgO.
PERCIVAL LOWELL ,
Gen. I'lwsemt'r Act. Chicago ,
W. J , UAVKNI'OHT , .
Oen Agent , C'onncll Illuffj.
It. I' . DOKLL , Ticket j\t. )
mom-tid ly
1880 ,
KANSAS OITST ,
3t Joe ( fc Council Bluffis
u nil OKI *
Direct Line to ST. LOUIS
AND TUB EAST
From Omaha and the West.
All train * Iwvo 0 , & II. Depot , Omaha ; Neb.
Ho change of can between Omaha and bi.
aud bul one between OUAUA and
NEW YORK.
Daily PassengerTrains
uucuua AU.
KA87ERN AND WESTERN 01TIEH with LKBI
OUAKQES and IN ADVANCE Of AI r.
OTlIElt LINKK
Thll enttro line la equipped 1th fullmani
TaUca Meeiilng Care , Palace Iay Coaches. Miller1 *
Safely Platform aud Coupler , and tha celebrated
W < wtb > gbouM Alr-lraVo.
tZTboe that vour tlczet roadg VIA nANBAfl
CUT , bT. JOSEl'a & COUNCIL BLUJfra Kail
laid , via Ot. JoiopU and fit. Loulj.
Tlcloti for Mitt 4t all coupon tiatloni In Ibi
VYcci. J. F. UAHNAUD ,
0. UAWES , Qcn. Bupt. , 81. Joeepb , Ua
Qea. Taaa. and Ticket Ant. , fit. Jonvph , If o.
AMI > T iioxOBir , Ticket Agent ,
1020 Farnhaci strett.
W , J.Oiva.sroRr , Qoncril Agvut ,
U. til
S , KALISH ,
THE STAB TAILOR ,
1 Door W , 'of Orulokslianjc'fi ' ,
Ha * now a fliia