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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY JtTLY 4 , 1889.
THEY MARVELED AT OMAHA ;
The Visit of tbo Senatorial Committee -
too on Indian Affairs.
A SUCCESSION OF SURPRISES
Culminate * In tlio llluhcsl Apprcota-
tlonoftlio Holntlvo Solidity , Su
of tlio Now Heo
T\vo members of the sctmto siib-commlUeo
on Indian affairs , nnd their rctlnuo of subor
dinates , arrived at 10 o'clock a. in. , yesterday
The senators wcro Messrs , Dawcs of Massa-
sachusott , ana Jones of Alabama , wliororo
accompanied by their wives. Senator Stoelc-
brldk'O and wlfa who wcro to bavo been with
the party wcro accidentally loft behind la
Sonutor Mnndcrson. Congressman Council
nnd wife , Mayor Hroatch and Flro and Po-
llco Commissioner Hcnnott were at the Uur-
llngton depot when the train bearing the dis
tinguished party arrived. To. the visitors
thcsa extended a hearty welcome.
The latter were at once escorted to car
riages nnd driven around the city until 3
o'clock , when an elegant lunch , Riven by
Senator Mundorsou , wus served at the Mil-
The drive was fcouth on Tenth
street. through Herman Kountzc's
beautiful grounds around Urowncll hull ,
thence across the Eleventh street viaduct up
town nnd out Sixteenth street to Fort
Omaha , wticro half an hour was devoted
pleasantly to viewing the charms of that In
viting ipot ,
On their return Tun BEB building was vis
ited nnd Inspected ; also , the Now York Lifo
Insurance company's building , after which
the drive was continued to the west side ,
around by Hnnscom park , and thcnco to the
A short visit was inado to Mr ? Conncll'a
residence , where light refreshments weVo
Mr. and Mrs. Council roda in the carrlago
with Senator nnd Mrs. Duwcs. The scnu-
ntor's daughter and Mrs. Council wuro
intimate friends and room-mates while
students at Andovcr collopo , Mass
achusetts , nnd the two families
nro friendly acquaintances of long standing.
Senator Mnnderson nnd Mayor Uroutch
occupied the carriage with Senator Jones and
wlfo and Mr. liennctt took chnrpo of the
other Kontlcmcn of the party , Hon , W. P.
Cannduy , ecrpennt-nt-nrnis of the senate ,
Mr. Armzo Smith , superintendent of the
Ronnto documents , Natlian Pnrkor and Mr.
Olln , clerk of the committee.
Senator MunUcrsou Is also a member of
this commission anil accompanied by Mrs.
Munderson , loft with tlio party last
evening on t s tour through the northwest
The chief object of their trip li to investi
gate tlio ormultilnta that have been made for
several yearn i-utruruinir the treatment of the
Indians of Al.isku. The Indians have never
been under the control of the department of
the interior and are without the supervision
of agents. Tlio committee expects to bo gene
about two months.
During the day baeijago was transferred
from the Burlington to a special car of the
Union Puclllo and tlio halinco ; of the journey
across tno continent , will bo made on that
" At half past 11 o'clock tbo visitors called at
Tim BKIJ huilding , were received by Mr. Ed
ward Hose water , the editor ofjthis paper , and
shown through the structuie. The surprise
"of Senator Dnwcs , Senator Jones , Colonel
Canadny , and the ladies , at ilndlng such a
grand newspaper ofllco awny out in Omaha ,
was expressed in the warmest terms. The
party visited the editorial quarters , the com
posing room , which elicited their special ad
miration , the stcrotyplng room , the press
room and the machinery floor. The limit
of their wonder was not reached , however ,
until they wcro taken Into the court. Its
beauty and grandeur called forth exclama
tions of genuine admiration. Senator
Dnwcs said : "I have been in a great many
newspaper ofllccs , but never saw one that
equals this. Certainly , wo have nothing in
Now York , Boston , or nnvwhero else thot I
know of to compare with It. "
Mrs. Dawes was especially interested and
delighted. Tlio lady had never witnessed
the stereotyping process , and on being shown
a page of matrix from which the plato is
cast was so surprised that she requested
the matrix moulded to tal < o homo
with her as a souvenir. Her wish was grati
fied , nnd the novelty was prized very dearly.
Senator Jones said : It surpasses any
Vuildlng in my knowledge. That court is the
finest thine ; ot the kind I over saw. It is n
great surprise to find the biggest nnd finest
newspaper ofllco in the country hero in
Omaha , and It speaks volumes for the enterprise
priso and energy of Mr. Hosowntor. "
While In Tun BEE building the party was
joined by Congressman George . E. Dor-
soy , of Fremont , and Judjjo Savage , of this
The lunch at the Mlllard hotel ivas elegant
nnd was served In the private dining-room
of the hostelry.
Mr. Olin. clerk , of the committee , Is an old
newspaper man. Ho wns formerly connected
with the Boston Advertiser , and consequently
quently knows how to appreciate the advan
tages of a complete newspaper ollleo. After
COinp through THE Ui'.n building ho declared
Hint it surpassed any institution , in size ,
beauty , solidity , arrangement und conven
ience , of the kind In America.
This distinguished party , accompanied by
Senator Manderson nnd wife , and Captain
liny , of this city , loft lust evening at 8:15 :
o'clock on the Union Pacific for Portland ,
eu route to Alaska.
Lost. "I ilon't know wlicro , I cun't
tell when , I don't eoo how something
of grout vuluo to mo , and for the return
of which I ahull ho truly thankful , vl/ . :
n good appetite. "
Found. "Health and strength , pure
blood , an uppotito like a wolf , ro ulur
dipcstionull ; by taking Unit popular nnd
peculiar inodicino , Hood's Sarsap.'irilla.
I want ovoryhody to try it this season. "
It la sold by all druggists. Quo hun
dred doses ono dollar.
INCKEASKU ASSKSHMl NTS.
Jim CrolKMo"VI11 Fulinlnnto About
Them on Hatiiriluy Noxt.
Jim Crolghton failed to put In mi uppcar-
nnco nt the board of equalization's rooms
yesterday , nnd thus disappointed the , mem
bcrs. Mr. Crclghton will bo called on nux
Saturday to show tlio animus of his vanei
complaints ngulnst the Heo Publishing com
puny , Heo UultduiR company , ana Now Yorl
Llfa Insurance building ,
The board Is working early and late to
complete the equalization within thu pro
scribed time. Notublo instances In which
the assessment * have been rained are on the
valuations of property owned by Congress
man Council , J. M. Woolworth , Mrs. Clark-
eon nnd A. M. McCormtuk.
Mr , Council's holding * were returned nt
(13,000. Tlio board yesterday raised the
assessment to $15,000. J. M. Woolworth'a
assessment of $7,000 was raised to f'J.OOO
Mr. Clnrlison's was raised from Sl'JU.OiX ) to
$160,000. nnd Mr. MeCormlok's 'rum § 20,000
to . ' 3,000.
The ORIGINAL AUIETINIS OINTMBN'l
Is only put up In largo two-ouucu tin boxes
nnd is an absolute euro for old sorrs , burns
Tvouuda , chapped hands , and all Um urup
tions. Will positively euro all kinds of pilus-
AflU for the ORIGINAL AUIKT1NB O1NT
WENT , Sold by Goodman Urug company at
iU cents per box by mull ! MJ cents.
Cliornl Union ClnHHov.
Prof , 0. O. Case has decided to como to
Qmaha nnd Council Bluffs the last of nex
October , and conduct thu choral union sing
ing clasaca , two in Omaha and ono In Couu
ell Hluffa , for a tana of sixteen sessions In
each class. Tlio work Is real old Now I ng
loud slnglnc school work. Children n wul
as adult bopinocrs will bo tuuplit to reai
music , ThU work will not bo in opiwsition
to any of the choral souiotlcsof the two cit
ies. It will bo a feeder of all such societies
Each class will bo given two nlghta a wccl
( or eight weeks , closing with a qrund con
cert by all classics combined.
THK KOUKTU OP JULY.
How It Will IlnCelnDratctl In Onmlm
There will bo no formal observance of the
anniversary of national Independence to
As on former occasions , all the banks ,
pnbl.1) buildings nnd places of business will
bo closed. The postofllco will have a noon
delivery , and the carriers will make ono de
livery in the morning.
The Omahas play the Sioux Cltys in the
morning and afternoon.
The Hoticmlans of tha southern part of the
city will have a celebration at night In the
now Motz hull on South Thirteenth street.
West Lawn will celebrate and J. Kohror
will deliver an address.
There will bo a grand reception nt Inn
11 n p. building.
At St , Pliiloracna's cathedral , at 8 o'clock
in the morning , there will bo requiem mass
for the late Bishop O'Gornmn. '
The Now York Life Insurance company's
building will bo thrown open to the public.
A number of Nobles of the Mystic Blinno
will RO to Lincoln.
The general odlccs of the Union Pacific ,
Burlington , Fremont , Elknorn & Missouri
Valley , Mlisonrl Pacific. Chicago , St. Paul ,
Minneapolis & Omaha , Northwestern , Mil
waukee , Wnbash , Hock Island and Pennsyl
vania roads will remain closed
dunnc the day. The Burlington has taken
another step In this direction by suspending
nil freight trains with the exception of Nos.
25 and 13 and No. ill cast of Lincoln. This
was done to afford a clear truck for passcn-
ter and excursion trains nnd to give the
trainmen un opportunity to celebrate.
The tower of the court house will ho Illu-
Judge Borlm 'will ' celebrate by holding a
morning session of the pnllcri" court in the
lew quarters recently vacated by the city
A party of the members of the Loyal
Region will spend the day nt Major Pad
The races at the driving park will bo as
foll9\vs , commencing nt 11:30 : n. m. :
First race , gentlemen's'road horses Pac
Second race , for named horses William
Eloustoii enters b. s. Trenton ; Bocock &
Procter enter b. s. Eliek 1C. ; Thomas Gray
enters bile. g. Wonder ; H. w. Gllinun enters
i. B. Durloy Forest ; Adam Thompson enters
3. s. Prince.
Third race , gentlemen's road horses TrotJ
Fourth race , matched running race Half
mile race , two In ttiree.
Fifth race Matched race between Fow-
.or's b. g. John , pacer , and Adam Thomp
son's b. B. Frank , trotter.
As n Drink In Fevers
Use Hereford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. Chas. II. S. DavisMcridenConn.says :
'I have used it us an accessory in cases of
nclancholia nnd nervous debility , und as a
ilcnstint and cooling drink In fevers , and
invo been very much pleased with it. "
QtllCK. AS THOUGHT.
How tlio Stenographic Association
Looks I'm * Improvement.
Last evening the Stenographers' associa
tion held quite an enthusiastic meeting in
their rooms In the Pax ton block.
Vice President Van Snnt called the meot-
ugto order in n few complimentary re-
nnrks on the evident increase of interest in
, ho association , as shown by thu largo num
ber of non-mombors present.
After the routine of business had been
uonc through with , an election for the ofllccs
if second vice president and assistant secre
tary was bold , which resulted In the election
of Thomas P. Wilson and Miss 1C. Graves.
The secretary was instructed to notify all
the stenographers in the city of the time of
the next meeting and invite their cooperation
tion In the work of the association. Then
followed the discussion of the different sys
tems of shorthand , which was quite animated ,
und all boomed to bo very learned in pooping
questions to the perplexed proprmndors of
the various systems. Mr. F. O. Shafer said
that ho had forgotten his alphabet and would
have to bo excused from the lire of such
artillery , and another gentleman , when
iskcd to Illustrate the merits of his system
by writing the Lord's Prayer , boldly sallied
forth , nnd before ho was half finished asked
what was next after "as It is In heaven. "
Mr. Hopkins proceeded to cut down with n
single swuth the whole theory of the Ben
Pitmanitcs , taking a sentence nnd writing in
both bystcms and counting the number of
strokes , pen-liftings , etc. , which was quite
damaging to the disciples of the former sys
tem , especially when ho related the story
that is told of J. J. MuElhonc , official re
porter in the house of representatives at
Washington. It was during an exciting de
bate on the tariff , nnd the speaker was called
upon to recognize a dozen men who were
clamoring vigorously for recognition , and the
reporter was expected to report verbatim
everything that wus said by them. It is said
that he did it. Now supposing that each of
these men averaged 100 words a minute the
reporter would have taken down 2'JOO words
in a minute , which effectually silenced all
would-be controversy with respect to the
speed of the various systems. The reporters
in both houses are Pitman writers. The dis
cussion next week will bo conducted by May
Wilson , H. N. Fitch , P. M. Conklin , M. A.
Cameron , M. A. Hovarter , J. D. Porter , J.T.
Muir , B. C. Wakley. Cora Brown , Marie Do-
witl , Sophia McKlllop , L. J. Blake , Mary
Watkins , Miss E. Uoblnson , H. II. James
and L. C. Pearae.
Every well regulated family should
have n hottlo of Milmlovitch's Hungar
ian Blackberry Juico.
"You nro charged with being drunk and
I heard you making u horrible noise In tbo
Jail , " said Police Judge Berka to Mrs. Clark ,
an old'tlmc visitor at the court.
"Your wrong , Judge , " was the reply , "i
wasn't making a noise. I was only singing.
I've got a strong voice , you knour. I had a
big washln' nnd I Jest run up to the corner
with u bucket and got on a quick drunk. I
earned a big roun' iron dollar which I giv to
my poo' sick bruddor or I'd had a rlppln' old
She was released ,
Mrs. Anderson's eight hungry children
secured her release.
W. H. Peters nnd Owen Hartley were
fined $5 and costs each for lighting.
J. H. Carey , a vag , was accused of having
tried to rob a drunken man. Ho said ho had
no work , and the court gave him ono dav on
the streets to enable him to keep his hand in ,
with four vagrants nnd ono suspicious char
acter to krep him company.
Nine box car vagrants were discharged
four nnd plain drunks were each lined $3 >
KAILUOAUS Vd. VKTKHANd.
Tlio Heroes of tlio War Hol'useil Old
ItntcMto tlio Kncnmpnient.
For some tlmo past department com
manders of the O. A. H. have been en
deavoring to obtain a rate of ono cent par
mile for all veterans going to and returning
from the national encampment , In Mil
waukce. It has been reported that the low
cst rate offered by the putscngor department
of the Central Trafllu association is ono first-
class limited fare.
Major Clarksou of this city who Is ono of
the flvo members of the council of adminis
tration of the G. A. U. , was soun In regard
to tuo action of the commanders below
referred to , and endorsed the t\ctlont
"Tho G. A. n. , " aaid he , "at Its national
encampment , seldom brings fewer than 100-
000 people together. Last year at Columbus
over 00,030 people were in attendance. If
the railroads fall to glvo us thu rate of one
cent per mile which they have- been giving
to other organizations the patronage of the
railroads will bo decreased from 50 to SO per
cent , and , if only the duly authorized repre
sentatives of the G , A. H. attend , there will
be only 1,000 persons to ho transported by
"At the St. Louts cucampmcnt two years
ago , thu G. A. It. secured tickets at the
rate of I cent per mile for the round trip.
The same rate was given to the Coluiiibua
encampment. This year , Milwaukee was
chosen us tbo place of holding the encamp
ment on the pledge of tlio railroad ofUclaU
and i the city of Milwaukee by representative
dtlicns ' that wo should have as favorable
rates as wo over had. Milwaukee has appealed -
pealed to the Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
Paul nnd Northwestern roads for the old
rates , but has been refused. The llrst move
if the railroads was to exact ouo and ono-
hlrd fnrca for a round trip ticket from Chicago
cage to Milwaukee. At the same
rate , the round trip ticket from
Omaha to Milwaukee would bo $14.20
as nguinst $10 , the rate nt I ccflt per tnllo.
tfot less than 2,000 tickets would be sold
'rom Nebraska if the rate were $10.
'The rate wo ask for was granted to the
nombcrs of the Gzrman Turn-Voroln on
, holr recent trip to Cincinnati. Probably
10,000 people were transported on that ex
cursion. The rate given the turners of this
city to Cincinnati nnd return was $15.75 for
trimsportntlon over ouo thousand live bun-
Irod nnd ninety-six miles of railroad , being
less than a cent a mile.
"Is It possible that the old soldiers shall
not bo entitled to as fair consideration on the
inrt of the railroads as other association
On Juno 15 , John N. Abbott , chairman of
.ho Western State Passenger association ,
guvo as his reason for refusing the rates
asked for that they wore lower than those
.ho association hod decided upon. Aud yet ,
throe days later tickets were on sulo Ifor
other people at a lower figure than we had
asked for. "
If It should prove true that the request of
.ho soldiers has been denied , the various do-
Mirttncnt commanders will bo called upon to
enforce the resolutions adopted Monday to
discourage the attendance of all except mem
bers of the national encampment , nnd fuither
: o call upon the cohimandcr-in-chlof to
sane a general ordnr requesting only the
duly authorized rcpresontativosof the Grand
Army of tlio Republic to attend the cncnmp-
nent. The number of such representatives
s believed to bo less than 1,000 , while the nt-
.cmlnnco at the encampment was expected to
) o many thousands.
Jjlocnsnil to Wed.
Marriage licenses wore issued by Judge
Shields to the following parties yesterday :
tfamo nnd Kosldoncc. Ago.
I Herman Blutnonthal , Omaha 83
( Anna Xccheumoister , Omaha 23
( James F. Stroud , Omnha 83
( Jennie M. Drake , Omnha SO
I Jens Hunscn , Oihahn 27
( LiCUrentino.C , Larson , Omaha tU
I Johcph H. Dupell , Yorkshire , In 43
( Clariss Kenrns , Council Bluffs , . . . . . . .
I J. Jacob Parr , Omaha ! 13
( Sarah Bupiilc , Omulm 33
( Jerry Gross , Omaha 37
( Mary O'Brien , Panama , In 'M
I Abraham L. Bennett , Sidney , la SI
I Lillian E. McICinnoy , Omaha . * . 17
( George Bonuchamp , Omaha ' 39
I Macgio Cates , Ouialm. 30
1 James H. Watson , Oinuhn 23
( Blanche E. Ebbert , Pittaburg , Pa 33
j William Martin , Omaha 43
( Mary Larson , Omuha 40
I Peter J. Dyhr , Omaha UO
lEfllo Nelson , Oramm 20
( Edwin \V. Cook , Omaha 23
lEdltuB. Parker , Omaha 18
The case of County Commissioner L. M.
Anderson against William A. Pnxton , John
A. MeShnno , Peter E. Her , Alexander
Swan , Thomas Swobo nnd others , who con
stitute the South Omaha land syndicate , Is
still occupying .luugo Wnkeley's attention ,
and will continue several days. The trial
lias developed into n powerful legal battle
between Colonel Kaufman , a Dos Molncs
lawyer , who represents Anderson , nnd J. M.
Woolworth. the attorney for defendants.
They fought nearly a whole day over p mo
tion made by ICautman to introduce as tes
timony conversations hnd by Anderson with
various members of the syndicate , to which
Mr. Woolwo'rth strenuo'usly objected. 'I ho
import of such evidence was to show that
great frauds have been' perpetrated in tbo
s.alc of syndicate lands ; that in nearly every
sale members of the company wcro inter
ested as purchasers. Mr. Kaufman won his
point. J. H. Bostcr. ono of the original
spirits of the enterprise , and Alexander
Swan were on the witness stand yesterday.
Judgment wus rendered in the county
court yesterday in the case of the First
National bank against A. U. Sauer , award
ing plaintiff Judgment in the sum of J271.10 ,
with interest nt S per cent. Also in the case
of Grotto vs Buck , allowing plaintiff $380.S5
United States Court.
The case of George H. Thummel vs Ed-
muna U. Merrill was argued yesterday and
submitted to the court.
Murilcrcil In Montana.
Tun BEK'S dispatches a few days ago con
tained an account of a horrible murder that
was committed near Livingstone. Montana.
of flvo unknown parties. Yesterday ex-
Sheriff Crowoll , of Lyons , Neb. , arrived In
the city , bringing the Intelligence that the
murdered persons were George Bates and
wife , Ella Kurt/ , Joseph Kurtz and Ida
Schuuss. Mrs. Bates is n sister of Mr.
Crowoll , and Ida Schnuss is u daughter of
Julius Schuuss , the Janitor of the Gonnan-
Amerlcan club of Onmha. Mr. Crowell loft
last evening for Livingstone to identify the
mutilated remains of his murdered sister
A 1'lcnnaiit Affair.
Tlio spacious lawn of J. L. Brandeis' rosi-
Ideuco , corner of Nineteenth und Leaven-
worth streets , was lighted by scores of
Chinese lanterns last night nnd about fifty
invited guests tripped the light fantastic too
on the lawn to the entrancing strains of a
string baud. The occasion was a party
given in honor of Arthur Brandois by his
friends to celebrate his departure tonlay for
Detroit , Mich. , where ho will take unto him
self a wife. _
llard to Betu Drake's Mugu/.ino :
Friend "Has some mibfortuno befallen
you , unelo ? "
Farmer "Yes , my wife died las'
"Sho did ? That's bud. "
"Dot it air ; but ! wouldn't a minded
it HO much of aho'd a hilt off till thcr
crop was laid by. It's goin' tor cost mo
$16 or month tor gid or han' in 'or
IS not only a distressing complaint , of
itself , but , by causing the blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled , is the parent of inntimiirnblo
maladies. That Ayor's Sarsnparllla
Is the best euro for Indigestion , even
when complicated with Liver Complaint ,
is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake , of Drockway
Centre , Mich. :
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and catno near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untold agony , was
reduced almost to a skeleton , and hardly
had strength to drag myself about. All
kinds of food distressed mo. and only
thu most delicate could bo digested at
all. Within the tlmo mentioned several
physicians treated inn without giving re
lief. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
tha use of Ayer's Sarhaparilla , which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
after commencing to take tlio Sarsnpa-
rilla I could see an improvement in my
condition. My nppoUto began to return
nnd with it came the ability to digest
all the food taken , my strength im
proved each day , ami after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions , I found myself a well
woman , able to attend to all household
duties. The medicine bos given me a
new lease of life. "
Ayer's ' Sarsaparilia ,
Dr. J. C , Ayer Ic Co. , Lowell , Mass.
Price $1 } lz tottlcj , f 5. Worth 5 a , oltle.
Many women find
Indispensable for washing dishes , windows , carpets , clean
ing house , etc. , etc. , but because of its wonderful cleansing
properties are afraid to have their clothes washed with it.
Well , in the past ten years the consumption of Pearline has
exceeded 150,000,000 packages , and no complaints , but
numerous letters praising it. Why , because PEARLINE
is absolutely harmless in its place , and one of the best
places to put it is in the wash tub. You can soak your
finest linens and laces in Pearline and water for a month
with perfect safety. That's as much Pearline as they would
get if they were washed in it once a week for twenty years.
We could not afford to spend our time and money in telling
the public , .through the newspapers , a single thing about
Pearline that would not stand the test ; and the sooner you
test it , the sooner you'll know that PEARLINE will dp
more than we claim for it. It is as pure and harmless as the
finest imported castile soap. It's success has brought out
many dangerous imitations. Ucwareofthcm. JAMES PYLE , NOW York.
A. J. I'OPPI-ETON , 1'roildont. IIV. . YATK3. Treasurer.
J. J. IlltOWN , Vlco-l'reslUuut. S. T , JUSgKI.VN. Secretary
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( or Dlarrbua , Chcltn Morbui.
Dricnttry , and all UUordcu at
MLASRK. LOVKNTHAI. HMOS.
IK-arBIrs : I have tried tha
Hungarian Hlacklierry Juice
you su kindly sent me. It Is
the ne plus ultra of summer
drink : ) . It Is free from alco
hol , allays thirst , tones the
digestive organs , has a flno
aromatic flat or. and Is Just
les In tli * lirated term. A
< n.At.HfJior ° i'cil ' : WATKU
T. A. ATt'H WON , M. D ,
For leby DruEijtiU , J.Iqual
liuaUrs auu Oroccru.
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
1302 PARNAM STREET.
for Indian School Itulldlng at
JL 1'larrc. Dakota. OIllco of Indian Altulrd
Washington. 1) . O. June in , IMP. JIii ; LDINU
Sealed iironosnlaIndorsed "Proposals for the
erection of 1'lerro suhool Im lldlni ; , " and nil
dressed to the Commissioner of Indian Attaint
VVnhhlnnton , ] > . C. , will ho received at this
ofllco until ono o'clock of Saturday , July nth
l'H > , for tlio const ruction of u ttto-btory urlck
.scliool building ( main building Vxta with
wluns alioutMxi ! ! ouch , and i ear building about
( fix'J ( < ) , ln aicor : < lance with plans and nj > cclllca
tions which may bo examined at the nlllci-s at
the "Pioneer J'res"of t-t. Paul , Minn."TilH Ileo'
of Omaha , Nebraska , nnd of John Sutherland
1'renldunt of Hoard of Trade at 1'lerro. puttota
IIKATJNG Sealed proposals endorsed "I'lo-
posals for heating I'forro HChool hulldlntr , " ant
addroKbtnl ns above will bo rccoh od nt the same
tlmennd plncu for furnishing and Bcttlni ; the
apparatus iiecessnry forhoatlnuof nburo build
Inj ? with 'J hot nlr funmcos with plpi > 3 , conntc
tlous , A.C. , romplotii as per pluns and spoclnca
tlous to bu seen at iibovu Indicated placed. Bids
for Heating mubt be made snpurato from the o
for ronntruotlon of bii'lillnp. CUIITIKIKO
OIIEUKS Uachbld. wliethor for coimtructlng
bullillnRor for hontlng tha same , must bo nc
compunled by n fortified chuck or draft upon
Homo United Status Depository , mnrtii payable
to the CoinmlsHtoner of Indian Affair * , for at
least 1'IVI ! per rent of the amount of tlnipro
posal , which check or draft will bo forfoltod to
the United Ftate.s In raso anv bidder or hidden
rectlvlnjj an award Blmll full to promptly exe
cute a contra' I with ( ; oed and milllclciit Hiiro
tie. ? , otherwise to ha returned to thu bidder
The right Ja reforvod to reject any or all bids or
nny purt of any hid If duemod lor tha best in
terc.-t of the service. JOHN n.OHRHLY. Com
Notice Is hereby given that scaled bids will be
received by the clerk of Adams County , Neb
raslcu , at Ills ofllco HauclngH. Nebraska , on or
boforotwnlvoo'cloclcnoonofJulyUtn , 1889. or
the purchase of aayonty live bonds ot the denomination
nomination of one thousand dollars ouch to bo
Issued by tdu County of Adams In the State of
Nebraska , to bo Uatcid.Inly Int. JHJU. and to bo
payable at tha Kldcnl Agency of the Btato of
Nabrankn , City of New Yorlf , State of Now
York twenty yenrH after the date thereof ro
deeumbleat nny time onorafior tun ycnra from
the Unto thereof at tha option of until county of
Adams and to hear Interest ivt thu rate of live
per cent per annum puyabla annually on the
llrst day of July In each year , for which Intoreil
coupons Hhull bo attached payable at tlio llsca !
Itlghts reserved to reject any and all bids.
Hy order of the Hoard of Supervisors , May Oth
ISta L. 11.1'AUTinuaK ,
[ BKAI/ . ] County Clerk.
JOHN A. CASTO , County Attorney , '
PBNNYUC7AE. XVAI'ERB are
Burctsfully UMX ! monthly by over 10,000
u l adleii. AroBafcXffectualaH < ll'leatant
yJ $1 per nor by mall.or at druK Uts. Sealed
" * ParUcalnr * 2 postnjjo Blampa. Address
TUB EunasA CnuMiciL Co. , DtrruoiT , Micu.
For aule unil by mall by Ooodumn Drug
Company , Omaha.
1 D ttllllKl !
HUoeT * CliKE bVltll N IMI-KUI tiJ
i [ uciuieBUT&susFCNsoir
S r imi.111 JIIMII , u.j.tac
epfA raKBl aaA'i ' Ss" " ! ! ! !
8M liIe.v -7\ltj Jli.nlittoii ll wt > > i ili , rHtmC
U j. | lUm . VUJ.to , U"Uli ud Tl | rl , .ilr. . tli. klictiU
njji TiiTi orw fcrfitiiijooiocua.
AantDtlir curfcd lullirt * uoattt * . Skl d l'tlspUI tie. lujn.
BAMDEN ELI OTBIO CO. 108 U tll. l.cniClAOOJll
DIVOUOKa-A. aouuiiioil. ATTOHNBV-AT
LAW , 1-1 Uearhorn fit. , Chicago ; advlcu free ;
L'lreara' experience ; buslnw * quietly and legally -
gally truusactud ,
Annual report of the Supreme Accountant , William F. Lander ,
nnd Supreme Cashier , M. C Duvls , shorArlng the condition of tha
Order , financially and numerically , for the term covering the tlmo
from December 81 , 1887 , to January 1 , 1880 , as submitted to the
Finance Committee of the Order nt its session hold in Indianapolis
February 11 to IB , inclusive.
For the Year Ending December 31 , 1888.
L BALANCE SHEET.
Amount of not or lodger assets Doc , 31,1887 > 9 01P.715M
II. INCOME DTJBING YEAR 1888.
Mombnrshlp fees $ 17.31300
Anmihl dlto.t .
Total paid by members.
Cashroieived from all other sources , via : rent. $28 ; snlo of nuppllcs ,
tlo)70.-)2 : ) ) ; Problem Solved , S.a..22 ; ; reserve accumulation- , v.af ) , . . . . 65Km B7
Total Incomo. 1.K)0,07117 ! )
Totn'i. . . . I1.M1.7WW
III. DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR 1888.
For Centli clnlinx ( KU ) . H > ,1 > 2100
For claims for sickness , accident and other bonelltHlUl-9 (
Tnt.nl pnld to members
.1. All other expenditures , v'.7. : ilulhllng and cxpi'uses
4. 1'oitnst1 , express and tolejsrams. fclUUKI ( : voucht-la , SVI.9J ; mis. SNi'.IJT. ,
r > . LoaiiH. icVKn'i ' supplies locul branchi'H. 8IO.IJI.1U ; tinper , S'.OJS.UI inifiaa )
0. Traveling expenses , oilkors nnd committees , $3.u9I.J5 nu :
7. Advertising , tl.tlll.VJ : U-cnl expense..U4.UII.W ) lO.ltTi IH
llliuiks and prlntlnjr. Sa.'CII.OI ; copyright , ? It > . ( ) ( ) . UU74Uk
Snlurles of olllrers uud ollleo vmptoyus 1VJ71.31
0 otil : expcnio footlni3. Items 3 to U , SftIOSf. a. )
Total disbursements $1,110,62 ! 35
Balance IJoc 31. 1SSS. , $ 638,10773
IV. INVESTED ASSETS.
Co t vnlna of real oblate , no Inmmnrnncos $ ICi.OOino
Cost value of Jersey City. N.J. , bond , WOO )
Cash In olilco rfi,75i7O :
Kcasrvu fund In handnof local branches 41fiM7 1-
Itosijrvo fund In h.iudd of supreme cashier
Total ledger or net assets. t G3,1077a
V. CONTINGENT LIABILITIES.
Claims for benefits adjusted and not yetilno (83) ( ) ' - . * 0.032 M )
Claims in proi oss of adjustmunv (741) ( ) IU.WI ( W
Claims resisted t i7) ) 10,145 ( X )
Total ( IW1 ( claims ) . $ 119,73360
VI. CONTINGENT RESOUROEa
Asscssmenta called and not yet due $ MVTilOO
AsbOtHnu-iiiH duo mid unpaid .1,701 7n
Total duo Irom members HH,7ro75
OIHcB lurnlturo iindHiipplleri n.l'.HlIll
of real usUtn over cost B.O'JOCO
Total ipsources $ 153,04009
Claims icr henullts unnald ncc.yi , Wffi ! ( : 9
Claims tor beuelHs reteivt-d during year Ib88 (11,0 ( * ) . ' . 1
Total lll ,1. ; ! 8S
Claims adjusted and paid during year IBoS ( H".1i | . '
Claims unpaid or resisted Dec. 31,1833 0,001) ) 110.TJ860
Nnmborof niombcrs January 1,1833 ( social raembors not Incluilsd ) . 2.r03 !
Nninber of ineinbois.January 1 , liS3
Net gain during year8S8
Nnmncr of lleuetli Certificates Issueddnrlng year l-Siinnlo ( ) . . . 14,180
Number of Itenellt Certlllca'.es Ijxued during yo.ir 1SW ( finni'.o ; ) .
\\MfjUAM 1' . LANDKH. Supreme Accountant.
REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE. r\ \
iNlilANAl'Or.ia , Ind..I'ob. IB , J58D.
To the. Supreme Judge , OJlcer * and Member * of the Supreme Sitting , an.l nil Members of Die Order of
Vie Iron Hall , drccttna :
FJIIKMUS Your I'lnanco Commlttoo have made a thorough and careful examination of all the
books , vouchers , documents ana accaunU , whlcli Included bills an.l vouchers of tha Supreme J us-
tlco. Bupromo Accountant and Supreme Oabhlur for the year cndtnt ; December 31 , IBdtf , nnd eau
verify tlio report.- * hereto annexed , and submitted to us by th j abora-named olllcers as being cor
The ollleo work for the past year has boon of Immense ma nltu'le , owing to the r ipld Incroaio
of membership and general prosporlty of the Ordor. and It Is most gratifying to the Oammlttoo to
boatilo to st.itotlmt tha olllcers have kopttlielr work promptly up. and everything In a business
Ilk. > and proper manner. Tnoclerlc.il oxpjnses of the man igomoatoC the Order have bosii tcpt
us low us consistent with effective work , and the clerkn employed are paid hut moderate salaries
Wo llnd Hlxtcon clerics i-mployed from eight to six o'clock , all actively eng igod In thulr rospcotlvo
dutii'3. In the vi.nits of the ollluei wo found all papers and vou-hnrn By. = toniutlcilly : mid safely ar
ranged and Hucnred , and the Supply Room contained thu Huppllm u ( stat id by tnu tiiipreme Trus
tees to bu on hand. We reiterate the state went In our last Itoport tnat the peed judgment of the
Supreme OIlicerH bo commended In securing tlio headquarters of the Order liso central and prom
liientu location , and Inasmuch in the growth of the Uruor demands an Increase of the fucllltloi In
the liandllug of Us business , wo mixgest to the Koxocntlve Commltto and Hupremo Trustees than
hey authorize the eroctlon ot an uddltlonal building on tuo vacant lot mijoliillig the Homo Olllco
aud now belonging to the Order" , as the property Is rapidly Increasing lu value , ana the neco *
slty of additional room booms apparent to your Commlttoo.
Wo Onil upon examination of the "Sick Claim Department , " that all claims properly approved
are paid with promptnctm. When claims nro delayed nt tlio IlomoOlllce , It IH owing generally to
the want of additional proof required by the Supreme Medical Director , and In many cases ulclc
claims are sent to the Homo Olllco Irregularly made out by thoolllccra of Jho Local llrnnches , mid
have to bo returned for correction , which causes a delay In their payment. All claims In proper
Hhapo , uro , by our personal knowledge ( obtained from the Ijookn of tha ollleo ) . paid within tvreuty
llvo days after being received.
The general exponBosot the Order for the past year have only boon $ | PSI,08 ) , of which 814.KH
have been expended In legal expense ) , showing actual business oxpensoi to have botnonlyiMl.nsT.Wi
In referring to thoabove statement as to exponsei of the Order , wo would call' the attention
of the member ? to the well-known fact that the Order has huen forced Into oxpoiulve litigation In
several States In Its defense , which nccefuarlly called for heavy outlays.
Notwithstanding tots , thooxpeiiHosof the Older , wollnd In comparison with Other Fraternal
Orders , have been much loss than any of them , thus showing that thl.s Order Is uucccrtifiilly
properly and economically managol ; and wo congratulate the niembjrs on Its manaamnunt. which
has placed It as tha loading [ loneilclal Fraternity of tlioday.
Whilst the Supreme Justice has been actively at workla the Held , constantly traveling from
ono end of the country to the other , aa occasion required , nnd solely In the Interaat ot the Order ,
the hills , as presented by him , show only an outlay of oxponnesof $ ' ,118.84 , which livr.lmlos car
fare , hotel expenses , telegraphing , pontage , etc. , which wo think In extremely moderate. ThU
amount has boon verlllod by the Commlttoo by ; itemized accounts kept by the Supreme
Justice , and now on ( lie In the ollleo ot the Supreme Account-int.
The Committee would further stata that , whllu th y found the noiounti of the Hujiremo Accountant -
countant and Supreme Cashier correct as stated , the cauh hulanres on hand were fully vorlllud to
us by the reports from thu banks where said money was deposited.
FINAL BUNKr-lTS ,
Wo have examined all Final Henellt Claims , and stnto that all payments have been regularlr
made In accordance with the constitution and I JUTS of the Ordjr , and ull Hollef Fund Certmcatoi
have been properly Indorsed , either by the bone denary or legal holrs.
In conclusion , your Committed congratulate thd membership orerywheio.on the p ro.'ont pros
perous condition of his grand fiaterrlty. Jivory Just claim has been promptly palfl und every
obligation has been met. From the bast Information obtainable at the ollleo , all suit * now pendIng
Ing In several or the Ht.ites , upon questions of legality similar to those which hnvo been so uuc-
ucsafully met In Missouri and Mnsf nchUbetU , will result In signal victory to the Order. Wo can
state to the momberbhlp that these mattt-ra are kept to the front , and that nondvimtago can bo
tiucn of the Order's Interest by thojo designing Its defeat. Wo commend the attention
given to theao matters , and feul assuro-l in guaranteeing that the order will make K > ' ntorfitridoa
in progress than over before.
Yours In U. P. F. ,
13. F. IAMII. Chairman , 1
J. H. KCKKHHI.KV. V 1'inancoCommittee , Supreme Bitting. J. 0. II.
STATE OP INDIANA , I .
MAItlON COUNTV . (
lief ore me , a Notary 1'ubllc in and for the county and state aforesaid , personally appinrod F ,
n.Somby , Supreme JiMtlce , who , bulnjf duly aworn on oath , uya that thu ubovound foreuolnif U
n true copy of Jho lenurt of the Flnunco Oommlttooof the Hupremo Sitting , Order at tlio lioa
Jlull. as tiled lu his oillcwon February ir > . 18dU
In testimony whureof , lhave ; hurouuto subscrlboJ mynamo and ftMlxed my notirlul soul'at
IndlanaulUj , thli l&t Uay of March , A. IJ. 1880. ItOWLANO KVAN0 , Nolaiy 1'uUllo.