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IV.T1Y 8El fMOXlAY , SKPTEMBER 22 1881.
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RailwayTime Table ,
COUN01L BLUFFS ,
The fallowing ore th times of the arrlrM and do-
C'ftrtmo ol trains by ccntrsl tUmtard tlm , t
locU depots. Trsim leave transfer depot ten mln-
u.ea ontller und urrl\p ton tmnotea later.
CrtlOAlKI , BCRMNBtOX AHD QOIKCT ,
BS5 : p 1 1 Clipur6Eipr | ! * i' 0:00 : a m
B : < o a ni 1'Mt Mail. ' : oo P
I'M ' a m I'MMl and Kxprrw , " ' ) \
11:90 : \ m
At local depot only.
f.AMifl MIT , * T. JOH ASH COtWCIt M.CTrS.
1OiOfc m IMMI nd Bxi IMS , jTWS p m
Si06 p tn PaelBc Exprws , 6W p w
CHICAOO , mwAORTO . Asm sr. rAOt.
8:25 : p tn
P:1B : x m
traCAOO , HOOK IMLAXB AMD
tW : p m Atlintlo lixprew , P:06 A hi
0:26 : it m D y Kprwi , fl.-ill p m
7Mam Des Jtolnw AeoomnKRUtloa.i C:06 : v in
At loc.1 d pot only.
'WAB.UII. at. txms AND rAnno.
123 ! > . m Malt. 4:15 : p m
blo ; p m AocotnmoJ.tt.oii 0:00 : KM
At Transfer only
> : ( U p m 0:50 : p w
i25 ; > \ m 0:05 : a ID
siour cm1 AND pAcirio ,
TJO : p m St. Taul KxproMi ew : a m
720 | a m Day KsprOTs 8:60 : ptu
UNIO1 * rAClKIO.
S.'OO ji m \Ve tern KxproM , BSS : m
lloo : m 1'Aclllo Kxprew , 1:40 : p to
TM .1 m Jjoeftl KxprM * , B:6i : a m
11:10 : a m Wncola K prcss ,
At Tratitfor only.
CDVklT TRAINS TO OMAHA ,
-3SD-0:3J-10:30-ll:10a. : : : : in. 1:80-2:3 : :
R:3MTiO-S:30-fl:30-H:05 . m Sunday 9:30-11:10 :
: ( - : - : - : p.
B.m. lRO..S:30-5:30-0:30-tl:05 : : : : .P. m. AriholOmln
to licturo lcft\lni ; tlmn '
NO'lICn , Special a vcrtlaements , BUO aa Loel ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Kent , Wants , Hoard
ing , ota , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rate o' TEN CENTS 1'EIt LINK for the Ilrst insertion
nnd FIVE CENTS 1'KH MHK for each subsequent n-
Eortlon. T.eavo ( ulvortl'omonta at our offlco , No.
Foarl Street , ncir Uroadnnv
"IX/'ANTKD Dva wjdowlailv , Uuntl n as house-
i i keeper. 'Address A. W. UKK otlice , Council
TlTANl'SD Situation by a. llrst-cltss tinner. Ad >
V > dress 1120 Ninth rui'imc , Council lllulTs.
" \T7ANTED [ By a younjf inin , situation us cook In
' I Rood hotel or rust turant. Address 1120
Ninth rvenue Council Hlulfj.
\7AXTii : > A four or ll\o room house. J , W.
\ Hosier , Ilru olllce.
' Ail A No. 1 experienced retill lioot
WANl'KD salesman. A resident of Council lllults
preferred. K. E. Ailaun & Co. . 417 , llroail .iy.
T7 OU KENT Union A\cnuo hotel , llroadwny ,
J ? corner Nlntli street. Apply oa promises to
Mrs. C. Ocrspaclicr. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
"KiOK 8ALF OK UKSr The On la 1'ackluu house
J ? and machinery , located In this city. Capacity
ISO lie i pe day. Odcll & Day.
Kvcry boay in council Uinfta to t Ku
WAiWttlJ . Dellvcroil by carrier at only twenty
cents aook. .
( rirl Immudlatcly.'oucs
apply of Steward
T710H UAIiG My roahlcnos , corner 7th avenue nnd
X1 10th street. If taKen soon will cell for ? 2,003
below vn'ue. Will il o soli furniture , caipota , &o ,
nil nr lt < .nrt. If not sold nt once will rent protul-
bed , wti'i IIOIHO tiirnuhod or unfurnished , at
modoiato rent. Any one thinking of imtdnt ;
their homo In Council 111uftd will do well to invcatl-
l ate this offer. It h the best bargain ever ortereil
mthoclty. .U A. UI'TON.
"T. OIISALE Conlentsanl IKtu-od , suitable for
I1 milliuery or candy store. Apply ut fcO" Jl&in
O Ll > \VtMI For i lu nt ItUR uuiuo , at U oouui
A OKNl'S Ladies ud gentlemen can ma.'iu Hut
JlVcIass waea by eclllns the "Champion Bo om
St.jcthcr and ronlnc IJoird. " Ivetalla at 1.00.
Anv lady can clo up n line shirt without a wrlukla
t.i.l ilos It m nIxlyuathobc ; t1auir'.csc.i.AiUro30 ] ]
foe paitii ilara C. II. 3. & I. Co. , bun olDcj , Councl
DANCING AOADfcWJY ,
Prof Scbuoor will introduce tlio
European tourist ilam-es during the
Francaise Talonalli Eldo
coursj. , ,
rado , Villutto , Spanish , Vandango ,
and American standard dances , and
the latest reverse waltz step.
Eoller Skating Rink.
Roller-skating Wednesdays and
U. rl. MARTEN'S. Proprietor.
u. H. run it.
Conn Ml Bluff a
Doilei n ForolRD and omestlo Kxchango n
lrra K. > . nrltl
J.Il. TAT2. WAKUES XVHIT1J
T > . 11
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
I'raclico In State and Tedoral Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 1C , Shugast's Buildinc ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS _ TOW A
dlMS. f f.
COLXCIt. BLUFFS , IOWA.
Offlco , Mam Street , I'.oomi 1 and 2 Shngart & Mo-
JIalion'alilock. Will practice in StV.e and Fedora )
BOOGE'S SIOUX 01TY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
N.I .89 Pearl fitrost Council Illuffs owa.
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , M n , ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
222 Middle Broadway. Council Blufla.
017 St. Chnrlcs S . , St. Louis , Jfo.
* rrjmnrgl-adnnloo'nio .igdieal C > illrei , Imi I longer
< nirigeiUu tlio iwc. tiuiiiiint r Ciiuomc > iivonBi.l >
nnU liu > eli imi iliiii in uiliitr 1'lij.lcliDlu til. Louli ,
" " "
; . Dclililtir , Mental and
Physical Weakness , Mci'Cijrlal and other Alice ,
lions of Throat. Skin or Uoncs , Ulood Poisoning ,
old Sores and Ulcers , n" ir.aiut nii imi > r > ileii < l
toupfpBi , ou lull i ' 'iuullo | rlnei * r ticu I'rliattl/ .
Diseases Arising ( rum Indiscretion. Execs ? ,
Exposure or Indulgence , viiini iroJueajme or tiig
ItflluKliif ( lltcti Uir tmiui. . . , ( Ulitlity. illil ' or ilcbt
uil dcfuclii e uiiinor , i Until , i oj llti fuwj , iliytleal dccnj ,
uriiontollio oclifijr vl | ( mtci euufu ! of liJi , tlfl. ,
rendcrlne Marrlaf.o improper or unhappy , r
IKleaUil tD\ilbi > . , ' < n > aui u lir ! . H. f. iiaullntlbufttel.
lleour b/uell fr > c ul > Hi.vltcl. , tllu fur iiuntlQUl.
A Positive Written Guarantee
KlrtBlQ all cor.tili emm W dlcm.s ! i nt ctfryuhcre.
Faniphleti , EnijllBh or Ocrnian , 04 pac , d * .
crlbiuz above dlicaiei , m wale or female , FJIEJU.
W1ARRIACE GUIDE !
rf-0io ci , ID ! " ' ind jlH lladlr
r uvir . V c. Tlli l > * oi
eoui iu * U tbu curf ai vr ju uioltlvu want to
kbOV. A l > 0j ) ( of gri tu nil. UtiUUi , UtMU' '
Or , ftmeiia Biirrooi
OFFIOK AND ill IDKNOR'
1617 St. " - toaha
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ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
THE INNOCENTS ABROAD.
The Rcliirncfl Mayor Narrates His
Experience in selling Bonds ,
A Great Deal of Talk with Little -
tlo Fresh Information ,
lib forgets to Tell tlio Most Import
nnt l-'notf ,
The Irroproasiblo litilo mayor , comes
, o the front Saturday evening a3 omiling
is though his mission to the cast , hail not
been criticised ao sharply by his official
colleagues and no many tax-payers. Ho
md the hand out wind instruments
coming to bo a nocoasary ulumunt of ev
ery move of the liltlu mayor. The ro-
mblicana had arranged for a gro.it meet-
ng , and a speech from Saunter Allison ,
and whotlior or not thia fact caused tlio
democratic mayor to arrange liia mooting
on the same ovoniiif ? , matters liltlu.
! is band and transparency with n small
gang following marched down whore the
torchlights were gathering , tried to
drown out the opposition music , and pull
the crowd away. All this was needless ,
or there were people enough to fill both
the court house whore Vaughan spoke
and the Masonic temple , the acono of tlio
republican rnlloy. The mayor did not
seem to have enough fnith in his assertion
that Council Blufls has 313,000 people , to
run the risk of there being enough poole -
> lo to fill two hallo on the same evening
Ho evidently felt ashamed of his at-
cmptcd but unsuccessful interference
vith the republican rally , and in the
opening of his nddrcss sought to excuse
t. Ho justified himself by stating that
10 had invited the republicans to chnngo
.heir . arrangements uud bring their crowd
own to the court houeo , and ho would
ot Senator Allison speak first , and then
10 would follow with his speech. The
hairman of the republican committed ,
ir. Jacob Sims , had by a written note
oclincd to do BO , the little mayor read-
ng the note to the crowd , called ntton- '
ion to the awful fact that Mr. Sims had
not thanked him for the invitation to
ireak up the arrangements made , and
oin in his meeting.
Ho then entered on his uarativo of
low ho went cant and how ho came back ,
t vao a lengthy detailed account of
which a summary is fiullieient.
As it was hia avowed intention to ro-
> ort to the people just what ho had done ,
t was supposed that ho would toll them
ust , how many bonds had been issued ,
ust how many were sold , just what they
irought in cash , what it cost to soil the
) ends , and aorao other like matters , but
10 seems to have ovurlooked making a
lear , concise statement of the moat im-
> ortarit facts of the wholo.
After stating the main facts as to the
aw and the paving contract ; ho procoed-
d to toll the history of the attempt to
ell the bonds. Ho had
Alderman Attorney Mynator prepare
a legal opinion for the bunking house of
jurnham , Tulloys & Co. Just why the
ity attorney was not called on io
not stated. That banking house sent out
irculars to largo eastern cities , dcscrib-
ng the bonds and giving statistics about
he city. The mayor saidho found these
irculars a hindrance rather than a help ,
jocauso the circular did not show Burn-
lam , Tulleys it Co. was a banking house ,
and did not state clearly that the bonds
were Council Blull'j bonds. The name
of the security waa "city improvement
lends in the circular , and the amount of
ssuo placed at § 140,000 , whereas
according to the mayor there was
> ut $40,100 of "city improvement bonds"
ssued , the § 1-10,000 issue being simply
'improvement bonds , " that is , a debt
against the city only by assumption ,
uch bond being guaranteed by the entire
> roperty on the streets paved , said pro-
> erty being worth over oiht ; millions of
lollara. The circular pined the assessed
aluatioiiof the city at & 1,000,000 and
ho real valuation at $10,000,000. The
mayor siid the real valuation ought to
lave been placed at 810,000,000 and that
ho assessors said it should bo. As to
he assessed valuation ho did not find
fault , and aa the assessment is forty per
cent of the real valuation , it seems that
of the assessors think the real valuation
is 810,000,000 they ought to make out
assessed valuation at § U-100,000 , instead
of § 1,000,000. The mayor objected to
ho circular , too , becauoo it contraditod
lia claim that the city had IW.OOO popu-
ation , the circular placing it at about
23,000. The mayor also criticised the
circulir because it left out Oakland
avenue , and because it placed the bended
city indebtedness at § 150,000 on May 23 ,
1881 , the mayor simply claiming this
wan wrong , but not stating what the
right figures were. In his inaugural in
March the mayor placed the bonded
debt at § 147,000 , which is not far very
from § 150,000
Aldnrmau McMahon also sent oflicial
circulars to eastern board-brokers but
failed to soil any bonds. Alderman
James made a slight attempt in Chicago
but failed. Alderman Siedontopf madu a
sale of § 10,000 , but the buyers backed
out , because they thought they were
issued in violation of the constitutional
limit. The contractors could not goon with
the work without money , and the little
mayor came to their relief. Ho secured
the signatures of Win. Mynator , county
attorney , ( the city attorney does not ap
pear on the list ) , Wright x Baldwin , who
ire understood to bo the attorneys for
tlio contractors , Judge Aylosworth ,
Lieutenant-governor Maiming , thl. Sapp ,
Judge Rued , J , D. Edmundson , Judge
llothrock and Horace Everett , declaring
that in their opinion the bonds won
legal. A special meeting of the council
waa called , ( doubtletm the secret mooting
hold in Yaughun'a back nilice , ) at whicli
Aldermen Heidontopf , Mynster , Keating
and Oeisu were present. A committee
consisting of the mayor , and Aldonnui :
Seidontopf and Mynator wai appointed
to go east and sell the bonds. The may
or said ho ofl'ored § 50 to bo let oil' the
committee , but they would not lot him
declinn. Alderman Soiduntopf induct
City Treasurer Clausen to go in Im
place. Armed with an opinion from At
torney General Browster , and with the
letters from Mr. Ollicor , Mr. Street ,
Col. Col. Chapman , J. M. Philhpi [ anc
others , the committee started cast.
They first worked Philadelphia. Tin
mayor said : "Wo found Council BlulIV
letters nuliciting buyers fur the bonde
ahead of us ; and that the coiiHtitutiona
restriction ijuestion , our low amensmon
and seeming hi h levy , the low interest
the fact that Council Blull's securities
were not much known in the ctst and ii
the city but little known , the failure of
Grant & Ward and other bulking houses ,
the uncertainly of polities , the absence
from the city of individual investors ami
managers or directors of Investment or
loan companies all worked against us in
selling the bonds. Wo loft Philadelphia
with the blues for Now York. "
At New York the cashier "t the Na
tional 1'ark lank , whore the bonds
were mndo payable , talked
very discouragingly , the investors being
out of the city , Hint advised thorn to wait
till later in the eenaoti. The cashier of
the Chemical National haul ; , to whom
Dflicor it Pussy had given the mayor a
letter , also discouraged * tlio attempt.
The mayor road other correspondence to
the same cll'oct.
Cal Chapman had given the mayor a
utter to Judge Dillon. The latter gave
tlin a letter to Jay Gould , and the latter
.old him to call on Kountz Bros. That
inn objected to the bonds because of the
question of their legality ,
J. Baldwin one of the largest tax-
myors in the city , being "in Now York ,
ho mayor consulted him. Mr. Baldwin
advised him to soil the ? 10,000 intorseo-
ion bonds at face , and that he soil the
other bonds at ! > 3 centa on a doll.ir , if ho
cmiUl do no bettor. Mr. Baldwin tinid ho
outul the market in bad shape for selling
Mr. llcgan , the contractor , and the
ho mayor thpn wont to Hartford but
cnuld do nothing. Then they wont to
Joaton. Mr. J. M. Phillips had given
hem a letter to Mr. Dane , and that gen-
loman took them to Browater , Cobb it
Jstnbrook. That house agreed to take
? 172,000 of the bondsat par and occurod
ntcrent less a commission of one per
: ont , the sale being conditional on the
) onda being approved as legal , but the
attorney , Mr. Stnckpolo , one of the di
rectors of the Northern Pacific railway ,
after consultation with Jugdo Dillon ,
vould not give the necessary approval ,
although Judge Dillon told him they
voro legal. The mayor thought the de
cision against the bonds wits because of a
> crsonal fooling entertained by Mr.
jUckpolo against cities on the Union Pa-
The American Loan and Trust com-
> any , of Boston , aldo declined to'purchase
The mayor continued : "Treasurer
31riu83on , Mr. Began and I then returned
' 0 Now York and found private buyers
or our paving bonds , including some
; 12,000 eold in Chicago , at a bettor price
hail isbeing commanded for bonds more
lesirablo , in fact , wcloft hero with § 180-
)00 ) of bonds that our banks and brokers
could not sell and would not buy. With
foolish taint of illegality resting on
.hem . , with dull times , etc. , etc. , aa men-
ioned herein , although our brokers require -
quire 30 , ( iO , 00 and 120 dayo to place
often less than § 50,000 of choice seven
and eight per cent farm bonds , or mort-
; ago. Wo return after seven weeks of
lard work with all of our paving bonds
old but f5r ,000 of the Broadway bonds ;
laving sold § 10,000 of the Broadway
) ends , wo will not need the cash for the
wlonco for oomo tlmo. Our city is well
cnowii cast and our credit now well es-
The closing ondoiscmout which the
ittlo mayor presents is the following
otter to the citizcna of Council Blulls ,
igned by men for whom President Hop-
cms , of the Council Binds Water Works
Company vouches. Mr. Hopkins' very
uccesaful financial management of the
vater works companyisaowell known that
lia endorsement does away with all doubt
a tothorcsponsibility of the other signers :
NEW YOKK To the citizens of Coun-
il Bluffs , Iowa : Wo , the undersigned ,
are old resident bankers , stock and bund
iealors , and brokers of Now York City.
Vo can unhesitatingly say that the sale
f the Council Blulla cite bonds by Mayor
Vaughan was very rcflmrkablo , and was
ccomplished only by hard work , push
In the first place Council Bluffs is a
ity but little known to invcatora east.
Second , the times are very dull and
apital unusually timid.
Third , homo or eastern securities ,
hoicp railroad and city bonds are quito
ilentilul at from 'JO to 05 cento on the
ollar , and some brokers got as high as 5
pur cent , commission selling such bonds.
Fourth , Mayor Vaughan has had
much trouble in convincing cartorn cap-
talists that the question as to your con-
titutional restrictions should not effect
, ho ready aalo of the Council Bluffs
) ends , and in doing so his words of com-
) limcnt for the thrift , honesty , stability
md promptness of hia city as a city , and
ler citizens to moot each and every obli-
; alien had great weight in Gelling the
jonds , and his work for Council Bluffs
vill bo of great benefit to her futuru
Adams , Kellogg it Mason , bankers and
John B. Manning , (5 ( Y/all street.
George William Ballou it Co. , 8 Wall
Goo. K. ISistaro'a Son , 10 and 18
Wo concur in the foregoing ;
Sowoll , Pierce it Sheldon , 32 Nassau
truet , attorneys and counselors at law.
S. W. Hopkins , 35 Broadway , prcsi-
lent of the Council Bluffs Water Works
COUNCIL Br.urrs City Waterworks
Company , Now York , Dear
Sir ; Messrs. Adama , Kollog it Mason ,
John B. Manning , Goo. Wm. Ballou it
3o. and Goo. K. Sistaro'a Sons nro prom-
neat firms of bankers and brokers ol
ngh standing in this city , long estab
lished and widely known as dealers in
municipal bonds of all kinds , and their
views on all points connected therewith
are entitled to the fullest consideration.
Yours Very Truly ,
S. W. IIoi'KiNH , Pros.
The tax levy in DOB Moinoa is 38 !
There was a visablo frost in Dubuque
Tlio Cedar Rapids Herald is enjoying
the luxury of a § 10,000 libel suit.
The Davenport Turner society , it is
said , will build a now opera house in that
Suborn democrats are offering a bonus
of § 500 for a paper of their political com-
Ida Grove hod a § 10,000 blaze on the
morning of the 17th. Five buildings
Davenport in talking up a-i exposition
building and Burlington is complaining
uf dull times.
During the past four years defective
eidowalkH have coat the city of DCS
Moines $21,000 in damage enita ,
Benjamin Chance , -15 years of ago , anc
the head of a family , committed nuicido
Monday night by throwing himself into a
Mr. J. F. Garraty , proprietor of the
Das Moinca Loader , wan married ut Day
onport Monday to MIPS Li/.x.o ! Sears , oDes
Wilcut'a livery stable and Young' '
Hmo homo , Sioux City , buried , > n the
ISvh , cauani" a loss of S10,0"0 , -verod
On tlio iii ht of the 17th thiovei en
tered the postoflioo at Charles City ,
bj-oko open tha safe nnd took therefrom
ever $700 wotth of ttJtmpt and about
J00 ? ; tt cnsh.
The storm in DOT Moinoa lust Monday
canned a panic among the occupants of
the second floor of the court homo.
Court was hastily adjourned , Mid the nt
torneys nnd other * vamoosed for safer
< iuarlera ,
Traveling salesmen for liquor houses
tje > t around the prohibition law by carrying -
ing blank contracts which purchaaora fill
for themselves. The salesmen have no
samples , nnd will Imvo nothing to do
with filling out Iho blnnka.
Joseph K. Ilnggnrd , a roaidont uf Du-
biuiuo for twonty-oight years , died on the
Kith , aged DO yours , llo wni ono of the
beat known colored mon in the city , hav
ing for twenty yonra past boon city porter
ter and bill poster.
Jerome Cotton , the defaulting cashier ,
plead guilty to chargoof ombr//.lmR30 , .
000 of the funds of the bank of Nowton.
Judge Johnson suntoncod him to hard
labor in the penitentiary at Fort Madi
son for five yoara , the o.xtremo penalty
of the law. Another indictment , for
larceny of § 0,000 atill stands against
Sometime since n LoMnrn brovror sent
a lot of beer by teams to Ida county ,
whore it waa seized by ollicors. Tlio Ida
Grove Pioneer of the 10th notices the
outcome of the case aa follows ; "The
homara boor case was settled last Friday
by the destruction of the boor , defen
dants paying n line of § 10 each nnd costs ,
amounting to 881 , nnd promising not to
do so any more.
A tornado struck the southwest corner
of Mochanicsvillo , Cedar couutv , on the
afternoon of the Kith inst. Parson it
Fry's largo lumber shod waa totally de
stroyed and their lumber scattered in
every direction. The toworof _ Iho now
Methodist church , which building is in
process of erection , was blown to the
ground and the building much injured.
Shade trees suffered and things gener
ally were torn up.
Miuna Bird , son of old Wolf of the
tribe of Lo , returning from an Indian
school near Chicago , foil from n passen
ger train on the morning of the Kith
near State Center , fin fell under the
wheels and one leg was terribly crushed.
Flo lay unconscious for apmo time and
then drngned himself n milo from where
ho foil , ilo was then found and tnkon teState
State Center where the limb waa ampu
tated. Ho is doing well.
The proposed opera house at Sioux
City , for which Biilliciont stock had been
subscribed , ia likely to fall through. The
Journal says ; "Our opera house has
soared aloft a voiy brilliant [ rocket , but
has suddenly fell to earth n very insignif
icant stick. These nrcsont at the moot
ing of atock subscribers , hold Tuesday
evening , were awnro that Mr. liarrotaoii ,
the pritno mover in the nllair , and
through whom the § r > 0,000 of outside
money was to bo secured , was not very
enthusiastic. Ho expressed doubts at
being able to put up n satisfactory
building for 600,000 , but finally , though
reluctantly , agreed that the money should
bo forthcoming if competent architects
and responsible builders should say that
it could bo completed for that sum. "
At Iowa Polls , on the 17th , n serious
runaway occurred. William Mollingor
drove in from his farm nnd wont to the
Illinois Central depot to deposit n box.
Ho got out of his buggy , lifted out the
box and laid it down. As ho rose his
team started on a keen jump , ran north
to Depot street , and turned down town.
They came down the hill like a thunder
bolt. Coming up the hill on this side of
Rock llun was Mr. John Kahrs , driving
n team before a buggy , and tinconclous
of the danger behind until too late. The
maddened horses sprang on each side of
the horses clear over it , knocking Mr.
K. and wife and scat clear from the
wreck , nnd thus were brought to n halt
by being tangled up. Kahra was brought
over to Dr. Morton's bflico and was
found to bo not seriously hurt. Ho is
around ngain. Mrs. Kahrs was not in
OIIIGIN Oy AMMONIA.
Ammonia is obtained in large quantities by
clio putrefaction of the urine of animals. Jin-
iyclop&lia Ilritannica ,
Kvory liouai'Itoopor can toil halting powders
containing HUB disgusting drug by placing a
can of tlio "Jfoyul" or "AnclroWH * Pearl" top
down on lu/l nlovo until hcuteil , tliou roinov
the cover and nmell.
Dr. Prico'a Ciouni Haking Powder does not
contain Ammonia , Alum , Lime , 1'otanh , Bono
I'liopplintcH , ( provo it by the almvo tvHt ) , It
h brapurud by a Pliyirfcian nnd Chomiiit with
Hj ) uial rofi.ird to claatihnoss nud healthful
TliG Pioneer , and Still Ahead.
100,000 NOW IN USE.
Fast ruperBLdinK the largest old faihloncd ( .toio
and ran 'uj. It hau the lniple t and most elllclen
to\ehurn.rH in the uorld , itnd ultli lew Improve
incntu tliouaolcHt to cpeuto Alwulutcly pafo will
lift latent ruHorvoIr , now in USD thu nccond uoauun
llliout a riilo ) | ifcldont
f iChund for Catalogue. I'rlru IM , Kto
HUI.IJ VAi'o Hrovioo. : ,
11)4.0 00(1 Cl.lHKLAM' , OHIO.
Cor. 1 5th and Dodge Streets.
EED STAR LINE
JJoyu.l andU.rJ , Mall t-Jtoainoni
BAILING EVKHY SATURDAY ,
HEV/ YORK AMD ANTWERP
rulliunccrmariy , Italy , Ifvll'-intl and Franc
Stvuru o Out\v&nl,920 ; I'lcinltl from Antwerp , Jit ,
Eicumton , < 'tl ) , Ina'.udlni ; l > odillnh' , etc , 'M Cabin , > ' -0
ttouud Trlii , jjSO.W ; Kxcuruton , | 1U > : StJocm from ft
lo t 0 ; u.uaruiou l
tSTl'ctei Wilght * Bone , ( lea , Agentr , 16
y N. V.
CiWwoll , Hamilton t Oo. , Om h . IF. E. Fud
mn to Co. , iui N. Itnti Street , Oui h ; U , f. . K.ta
' , OmiluA puf - . cd ly
Trn niool Iho leim
T.Ine' In conniption u'lh ' Ih
> r | rutp n mn nf i grcMrnaJ
ni > i n ( il J tut h l
ro.Ulrrl In iho ttmrllnu ri.b
HiSh tf 1 Ino , < inl.k Tlm
ftn > 1 thn bpi of ftrronimoflft
tlmMl cf nhloh tre fntn
ihcd hy th er t tr.iun\ | ! America
And St. Paul.
It owns tml opuraifi rft > 4fiOO mll ct
Orthcn Illinois , Wl oonnln , Mlnno t , low.
nkoH ; urn ) M t' in'ilti llno , brittle-lira ml ( x > i.n ( '
'ens r vh kit ( lie front t > nin i ronln ot flu
Korth ( Mt fttiil l" \\c5t , It mtnr llRMHIOIO th ?
dnetlptlnn ol Shntt t.lno , tvl II wt limit * l iwoon
, Mllnvilicr , St. PunUnil Mmnm ) . > lt .
, Mllnnukoo , t VIMM mill Wlnon * .
n , Mllwmikcf , Alior i'fii nj I'llcmUla
Uhlc"kro | , MllnMikm , K 'i ( l > lro nml 8Ullw kr
Clilo.o , MlhvKi'Vic , Wnii kH Kin ) Merrill.
Chicago , Mlln < ikv , Itonvor IHm sr.il O kmh.
, Wi\vltmli\ . Oc noniono\
, Miv.Hpcil ami I'rMrleitu Chlen
, OnntnniiA MII ! Falrlb ult.
fhlcwro , llclolt J tic \ ! Uo .ind Mintnl I'ohil.
Chleneo , Klgln , Knrklnnl Mul Unlnlqun.
Chirac , Clinton , Una Inlvnl AIII ! C'Hl i lUplili.
Chlcftfto , Ufliinrll IIIuftH niul Onuilin ,
Chlt.itQ ; , Hloiu llty , Slmit K ll Rnil VAiiMon
ChlcAto , Mlhraukro , Mitchell uml ChanibetlMn.
Kook loUnil , Hiilniqiic , ! St TAU ! n > l Mlnnntpolll.
IK\Hiioit | , ilmtir , St. l"nnl iul MlimFApoHs.
I'nllraMi H PCHM ! ni\J tlio Khimt Dlnln ? ( tir In
ho " rM Are run on the mnlnllnotnt tlmt'lllUAdO ,
IIUV.\UKKi : AND ST. 1'AUI. UAIfjWAY.Mnlcrefv
Attention l < | < aUl tot t < oiicr | < t > y ouurtcoU9cmploM
ol the UoinpAn } .
& . S. MKHUU.T , , Octi'l Mitnucor.
A. V 11. UAUPKNTKU , Don' I' 9S. ARt
.T. CT.AUK , Oon'l S.ipt.
OKO. II. HKAKK01U ) . Aiw'L Onn'l. l' Act
HAS NO UPKIUOR.
The Steck is a Durable Piano ,
Tlin STECK UA3 SINGING QUALITY OF TONB
FOUND NO OTIir.ll PIANO.
SOLD NLY 11Y
WOODBEIDG5 BEOS , ,
215 OPERA wm
Tlio I.ondlug Agricultural niul Llvo Stock
Jmrual of tbo Wost.
B. S. SMITH Sc CO. ,
HON UOI1T. W. FUHNAH , Keeretary 8t Hoard
uf Agriculture , Asuoelato Kdltor.
UIISCUII'TION I'UICK , Jl.OO per joar In ailvauco.
J4-AOKNTS i\VAMiijf ! J
and 1CF S.uth Street. - OMAHA , NO !
8-lrft _ _ _
NtBRASKA LfitiD AGENCY
a Ha Otfiibuu t ? * iXj kj < iif3 < j
SUCOKSaOH TO DAVIS a HNYBEI11
1606 KAUIIAM ST. OMAHA.
llavo for tk\o \ SCC.Ono icn-fl CAielnlly tioluctiid
D Kutorn Nol > i rtla , at low prlco and on eojy tonin
IciiiroMxi luriun lor t : lo In DouglM , Dodge , Oolt
PUtto , Hurt , Uimln ; ; , Saniy , Vi'mitircton , Merlck
atindoro , and Dntlor jonntlon.
Taxoa ptld In all imrto of the 8tat .
Honrvl i n d on Improved fkr.na.
Notary Public alnajs la olflco Corrtspondclico
CIinK AT.L , l > ut M a tonlr nnd healtli rcncnor ,
and for Ulood and MUin Dlnnu , and trnulileu
cpemknt on imjiuro or lni ] > merUlied Lluotl , Sulft'u
Specific la without a rival ,
"My baby sk months old hro'io out w.th some
kind of nUn humor , anil after [ mine treated Iho
nontlii by my family phjuichn , as ghcii up to die.
[ 'ho ilniKKlat recommendeil Httllt'H Hpodllc , and thu
oeult MM iia Kratil } ing as U w.u imracnl Jin. My
child aooiiRot well , nil traceaof the dlKoi-o IH uoiie ,
ami lie 13 as fat as n piit " J. J. K I KK LA NI ) ,
piMimlcn , Hiifk County , Texas.
"I used Snlft'n Specific on my little ilvichtcr , who
vat alllli tid uith 8omu lllooil I'.IHOM uhlch hail re
sisted all ucirtu of t reatment. 'I ho Hpeclllo rel levcd
ler permanently , and I Hlrill use It In mj | irni tiro. "
W. K. IlllON'lK , II. . , C'jproHilUdjio , Ark.
Our Troatlso oil Ulood and BKIn Dlaoanea mailed free
Draw i r 3 , Atlanta , Ol.
H. Y. Omoc , 15S W. 22.1 . Ht. , liutvtcn > n Bill ftnd 7th
A\nmiurf. I'hllailnUililiv oHIni 10H Clii-Hlnnt t.
; t BOTTLES.
Uulraliaohor , Bavnn.i
< . Boheniinu.
Budwoiser St , Louin.
Anhausor Sb. Louis.
Host a Mil'vaukeo.
Schlit/ Pilsner Milwaukee.
Kruc'B ; Oniuha.
Ale. Porter , Domestic mid Rhino
Wue. ED. MAU11ER.
"llirlli.k Fool fir Infinli h
" * * .C ltll'tril I' .
ji.lU. lit , ! . ] l/r
jL ai/jL \ > j luulllormmi ril in
DR. HORDE'S ELEGTRSG BELT
Will euro NervnuiincM , Lunibae iouinutUni
NiiurulKln. Hilulliu Klilnu ) plno uu < i \ ' ' ii- ) < n- <
Illllll A.llllllll , Ml'llll Ilixi " . , I illlnllliu'l II I ' .
fctlifUit ( ulnrrli I'iltn t-piit'tH .t < ii \ linn t > A. n
I'rulHtiiiii I t. ft wt O l i rn n lli It lii An i i
ICU lll t . . lull-tint KtriH llniun.MI ' HH iu > III
boJuud mil bu ruclmrguU III uli lubtuut by tliu j
Winter laionilntf , the eeaiion ol the jear for aiho
and pallid , In view cf thin fjrt wu iuy liu > one n
Hr , IIoroo'H Klrclrlo llella | l > no doln jou nil
axdd UheumatiBiiHldne ) > Tri'iihlca arid other III
that llosh la lulrto. Do not delay , hut nail at ou
olllui and examine helU , No. M-- Doilan tiuti
U.I' ( Jjodman , 1110 t'urnaiii HtOinalio , Nub. Or
dorH Illled C. O. I ) . _
IH UI-.CIl )
Boyal Havana Lottery I
| ( A GOVKKKJirKT INHTnUTJON. )
Drawn at Havana , f'uba , Kvory 1
Lo 14 Days ,
T1CKCTH , ? 2.00 , IIAr.VKH , f I.CO
UulijoU t > no manipulation , not controlled hy ( It
( lailk'ulii Inttriht It In the fare ! t thmv In th
nature of oUaneo In uxlnUncu.
KorlnfoimatioiiMid iiartlculam apply t < ifJIIIHiY ,
CO .Den. AiEiintH , 1S12 ! Hroadnav , N V. Uty.
K.KAUU&UU , 7tV lmit atruut Ht , Loul f , Mo
or 1'rauk I/ibruuo , L , 1) , 29 Wytmdcttv , Kan ,
jy L'l'inba & w Iv
TEE CHEAPEST PLAGE IN UJVLAHA TO BUY
Ono of the Host and largest Stocks in the Uuitod States ?
ho oelcct from.
NO STAIRS TO CLIMB ,
ELEGANT PASSENGER 'ELEVATGB ' ,
f. > i
They Are Without A Rival.
Save been Awarded One Hundred and eighteen Prize
Medals at all the prominent expositions of the
World for the Last Fifty Years. And
Living Pianists ,
An examination o those magnificent Pianos is politely requested
) e ere pnrchnsing nnjr other inslrinuenfc.
General Western Representatives.
P. S.-Also Gen'l Agt's for KNABE , VOSE & SONS ,
BEHR BROS. , 'and ' ARION PIANOS , and SHONINGER
CYMBELLA and CLOUGH & WAHREN ORGANS.
THAT IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN WHERE
Where They ( Jan Enjoy Pure Air < & Water !
And all o the good nnd plenannt things thatfgo to make up a complete
ploto and happy existence.
The town o South Omaha i > tivuated south of the city o Omaha
on the line of the U. P. Railway , ami it is less than 2i nulen from the
Omaha post oflice to tlio north line c i the town site.
South Omaha is nearly H miles north and south by 2i east and
west , and covers an area of nearly four square miles ,
The stock yards are ut the extreme southern limit.
Nearly IM ) lots have been Hold and the demand is on the increase
The yards are being rapidly pushed to completion.
The . ? GO,0)0 ( ) beef packing house is progressing finely.
The $80,000 Water Works are finished nud furnish an abundant
PURE SPRING WATER.
The B. & M. and Belt Line Railways have a large foroe of men at
work and will , in connection with thoU. P. Railway , have a union depofr
near the park at the north end of the town. Suitable grounds will bo
furnished for Church and School purposes.
Now is the time to buy lots in this growing'city. They will never
bo'cheapor than they are to-day.
ESTApply at the Company's office , at the Union Stocks Yards.
M. A , UPTON ,
Assistant Secretary ,
A. L. STRANG & CO , ,
Double and Single Acting Power ana Hand
Kimlno Trimmings , Mining Machinery , I'.oltlng , IJoso , Urass and Iron Fitting ,
ut wholiwalo mid rgtall. HALLADAY WIND-MILLS , CHURCH
AND SCHOOL Ill'JLLS. '
Corner 10th Farnam , St. , Omaha Neb ,