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THE DAILY BEE.
THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 10.
fFFIUE , O. 12 , PEARL STREET ,
Delivered by carrier In 007 part of the city at
twenty cents per wtek.
B. W. TJLTOH , . . . M naer. _
Tii.KI : > HONE3 !
BCMNTCS Omci. No. 43.
HIOBT KDITOH No. ZS.
N. Y.PlumblnR Co.
Now spring Roods nt Rcl tor's ' , tailor.
GcorgoY , Thompson & Co. . real estate.
Additional Council Blufl'i news on
The journeymen barbers will meet to
night in thu op urn home barber shop ,
Saturday is fixed by the district court
for Bontenuc of all prisoners who have
The finest heavy horses , both draft and
drivers , also a tine lot of mules have just
arrived at Moso Wise's stables.
The case npilnst the street swindlers
who ran the hitting machine will be tried
before Judge Aylosworth this afternoon.
John Dugan , assistant superintendent
of the western division of the Chicuiro ,
Burlington & Quincy , was in the city
In the district court yesterday the case
of A. H. Whipplc , charged with altering
a railway ticlfct , was on trial , It will be
Sco W. C. Stacy & Co. , Noc ain , for
bargains in real estate.
Last nichtV. . 11. Hrice , while stagger
ing along Hroadway , fell against the
show window of thu millinery store of
Mrs. Stewart. No. ittl Broadway , and was
arrested by Chief of Police Mullen.
J. W. & K. L. Squire's abstracts are
giving good satisfaction.
Charles C. Plunkett. who graduated at
the Iowa College of Physicians and Sur
geons itt DCS Moincs on March , is homo
and intends to locate in the city.
Charles Christinnson , who for several
years has been with Eiseman's People's
Btorc , has been engaged by F. W. a pet-
man & Bro. , where no would be pleased
to meet his old friends and customers.
Squiro'n park addition is a sure invest
ment. Pacific avenue will bo built up
with store buildings within a year.
The gas , as Alderman Shugart sug
gested , had the consumption last night ,
Ft being consumed before it reached the
council chamber. It became so dim that
the city clerk could not .see to read the
James Snodderly is reported to have
separated from his wife , because she will
drink and get him into trouble. He pro
poses to take a new hitch on reform , and
it is to be hoped he will hang to it this
Deputy City Clerk John Hurke was re
ceiving congratulations yesterday from
friends who ware surprised to read in
yesterday's BEE that ho was married to
Mies Fannie Underbill.
The degree of Kebekah , I. O. O. F. . of
Davenport , remitted yesterday to the
lodge in tins city thu amount 01 sick and
funeral benefits duo the heirs of Airs.
Catherine Khriir , who died recently at
the residence of her daughter , Mrs. W.
The U. S. Masonic Benevolent associ
ation held their annual meeting Tuesday
and re-elected all their oilicers. W. J.
Jamison , the secretary , reports for the
first year's showing 1,613 applications re
ceived and amount of business done f'28-
Holand Heed will make all morrv who
go to the opera house this evening.
' 'Humbug" is a farcical comedy which ,
with such a leading character as Reed and
a good support , will make an entertain
ment which merits a crowded house.
The case of the state of Iowa vs H.
Kothery and W. Moss of Omaha , who
have been indicted , is continued for want
ot time to the next session of the district
court , which convenes May 3d. Both the
defendants are now in the countj jail
and the bond of each is fixed at * 1,000.
The grand jury had a supper at Louie
& Metzger'o last evening at the conclu
sion of which County Attorney Daily , on
behalf of the grand jury , presented Mr.
Lucas , the foreman , a handsome gold-
headed ebony cane as a token of esteem
and for the able and impartial manner in
which ho had served as foreman.
The Baleen injunction cases are to come
up in court to-'lay. At least they arc set ,
but they have been set so often that it
seems they will never hatch out anything.
The term is drawing to a close , and it
seems there will be little accomplished to
make any change in the present condi
tion of afl'airs.
Richard Baker , better known as
"Texas , " the colored veteran , was re
leased from a term in jail in order to
give him an opportunity to go to work for
himself , ho was brought in in less than
three hours on a charge of disturbing
the peace. He Is said to have been not
BO much at fault In this case as iu some
There was a great deal of annoyance
caused yesterday on one of the circuits of
the District Telegraph company. There
was a break somewhere but it took a long
time to find it. In the meantime delays
and troubles were caused to their sub
scribers. It was at last discovered that
one of thu subscribers , having occasion to
do some repairing in his place , had
thoughtlessly taken down the box , dis
connecting the wires , without a thought
but that he was the only 0110 iu the city
that would bo allected thereby.
For acre proportv , residences and busi
ness property call on W. C. Stacy & Co. ,
No. 0 Main street.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
estate loans. J. W. & E. L. Squire. No.
101 Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
Mftthotllat Social anil Supper.
The Methodist church ladies will give
a supper and social at the church par
lors this evening. Supper served from
6 to 8 p. m , Appetizing salads , homemade -
made bread , oysters , etc. Literary and
musical treat to commence at 8 o'clock
harp. Programme as follows :
Bons-"Come Where the Lillos Bloom"
_ . Choir.
Piano Solo . Mies Olmmberhdn.
Home . Uortio Uleason , May Tnlluj s.
Recitation . MUs Smith.
Piano Solo . Miss Alexander.
Bon * . Miss May Oliver.
Oration ( lly request ) . . . . Frank Chamberlain.
bong . Misses Alexander and Pusey.
Admission 10 cunts. Supper 25 cents.
Oysters 25 cents. Come and find n wel
come. _ _
Star sale stables for mules and heavy
FOIl TUUUSnTv ! Fmu.VY AND
At Goianerc'H , 18 Mntn St.
This week , one bale of toweling 18
Inches wide , at Ale per yard ,
One case of lurKoyrod table linen ,
first class , at IDo a yard.
60 doz Turkish bath towels at 5o. 25
pieces of heavy brown sheeting nt 4jo
per yard. Thcso prices are only for this
, No. 18 Main St.
No , 401 Broadway.
Star oalo stables of Council Bluffs.
The largest itock of horses and mules
west of Chicago , which will bo sold at
wholesale or retail and satisfaction guar
FIRST HOVE FOR A CITY HALL
The Appraisal of Property For Enlarging
A YOUNG MAN WRECKED.
The Picturing of Ijnko Mnnawa
Thin Benson Other Enter *
prison Moving Along Well
The New City Hall.
The city needs a city hall , and needs it
badly. The officials have been looking
about , and in order to get some idea as
to the practicability of building on the
present site , have concluded to take the
preliminary steps in condemning some
ground so as to enlarge the present site.
The commissioners appointed were John
Mulqueen , David Gray , K. B. Bowman.
J. A. Churchill , James Wickham and
James Mithun. The following is the
award made by them :
Heirs of.I. Kolsiim 8 2 : >
Heirs of C. Hock aw
.I. l.ciit/.inuw WM )
This is but the first move , bill it
strengthens the belief that the city will
see its way clear to start this season the
building of a now city hall to cost no less
New goods daily arriving at llarkncss
Electric door bells , burglar alarms and
every form of domestic electrical appli
ances at the New York Plumbing Co.
Contractors and builders will find it to
their interest to get prices on lime ,
cement , plaster , hair , etc. , from Council
Bluffs Fuel Company , 53'J ' Broadway.
No trouble to show gsods at llarkncss
A YnntiR Slan Wrecked.
For a week past there has been a fellow
hanging about one portion of the Fourth
ward grossly insulting ladies , until it be
came so unendurable thatit was reported
to the oilicers , and the fellow was ar
rested on a complaint filed by one of thu
ladies. He gave his name as Ed Ander
son , but Ills right name is said to be
Aplin. It appeared that ho had been
drinking heavily for some time past , and
was so nearly on the verge of delirium
tremens as to be hardly responsible for
his acts. He seems iu fact a sad wreck.
In view of his physical condition Judge
Aylesworth sent him to jail for thirty
days , hoping that the weaning of whisky
would bring him to a rcali/.ation of how
Jew lie had got. Aplin has been a sew
ing machine agent , and is said to be an
excellent canvasser , but has got clear
down by whisky. Had he been sober
his indecent acts would have justified
a much severer punishment.
What is it at No. 401 Broadway ?
Contractors are invited to inspect our
gooas and prices on tools and hardware.
Cole & Cole , 41 Main street.
New tilings in dress goods just received
at Ilarkness Bros.
I. M. Hay , the Minneapolis capitalist ,
who represents a syndicate formed there ,
was at the Pacific house Monday night
and yesterday went to Lincoln , expect
ing to return here in a few days. Ho
has prepared a plat of the 100 acres at
Lake Manawa , which is owned by the
syndicate which ho represents. The land
is laid out in lots 50x200 , and the map of
Manawa Park , as tlio place is called , is
adorned with pictorial representations
vividly portraving what this season will
disclose in fact. There is a picture of
the new hotel to be built there at a cost
of $35,000 ; a picture of the amusement
hall , views of the lake with steamboats
and pleasure parties , and other represen
tations of bow the improvements will ap
pear when completed. The new motor
railway has a place in the pictoral adorn
ments of the map , and the cars loaded
with ladies and gentlemen ana children
is a prediction in ink which bids fair to
become one of fact. These Minneapolis
gentlemen are in earnest , and thorn
seems to be a solid foundation for their
expectation of making Manawa Park one
of the favorite resorts of the west. Its
nearness to these two cities , the popular
ity .which caused such a rush there last
.season , even in its rude condition , makes
it certain that with those improvements
there will be n greater enthusiasm than
New carpets arriving at Ilarkness
L. li. Crafts & Co. , are loaning money
on all classes of chattel securities at one-
half their former rates. Seu them before
securing your loans.
Dr. Hanchott , ollico No. 13 Pearl street ;
residence , 120 Fourth street ; telephone
Call at No. 401 Broadway.
Call and see the stock of horses and
mules at Star Stables before purchasing
Curtains and curtain goods at Hnrk-
The Finest Im
ported I.in * o :
Goods West of
OKESTON HOUSE ,
The only Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a Eire
And All Modern Improvements.
215 , 217 and 210 Main St.
MAX MOUN , Prop.
PUBLIC SALE !
COMMENCING FIUOAY , MAHCU 25TII , 1887
I vrlll sell at my resilience on Koir Creek , 10
rollei east ot Council Uluffi , my
FAHM CONSISTING OF 300 ACUES1
Well Improved , all under cultivation ; 150 acre
In tame ( truss ; tiai i One novr residence , con
tulnlng 11 rooms and all modern Improvements
house coitlnir tT.OJO. Also new barn , 30x53 ; two
llHllidnjr wind wills , a scale bouse and scales
cattle yards and water tanks ; a good youni
beurlnif orchard of apples and email fruit ; 2
lieucl < f .odd farm horses , cattle , boirs and at
farm Implements required to run a flrst-olas
farm. Terms will bo made known on appllca
tlon.or on dtjrof sulo. Alt parties tnluklnn o
Investing are cordially Invited to uall and mak
personal examination of the farm and 1m
fproT meuts. K. WAUU.
< 50 CO.
Monday , March 7th.
Will open upwards of 00 cnses of Now
and seasonable spriiur poods. Novel-
: ics will bo added to each ot their sev
These arc tlio newest and freslicst
productions of foreign and domestic
markets , mnking a collection at ouce
elegant and unique and one never sur
passed by ourselves and never equal
led by any house in the northwest.
Dress Goods Dept
A splendid display of the latestFrcnch
and English advanced novelties , to
gether with a complete line of staple
fabrics , making this department iu ev
ery point full and complete.
Wash Goods Dept
French sattccns iu elegant desfffn ,
never before shown.
French and Scotch ginghams in new
patterns and colorings.
Batistes in combination and plain.
Percales and domestic sattcens in np-
wards of 20 fresh and original patterns
Our assortment of the above is larger
and more extensive than others shown
by competing houses.
We invite an Inspection. No trouble
to show goods.
Everything in this line can be found
in our establishment. Wo call atten
tion of buyers to the fact that there
has been a sharp rise in these goods.
Our goods were bought before the rise
and we give our customers the beneiit
You can save fully 20 pop cent by mak
ing your purchases of us.
We emphasize the statement that in
embroideries , white goods , underwear ,
luces , ribbons , and notions our assort
ment is equalled by any similar stock ,
Our variety is immense , our prices low
er than the lowest.
Our Special Feature.
Spring wraps , jackets , nnd ladies
and chiltlrciis suits , new and stylish
garmentsofl'aris and Berlin modes ,
together with the newest shapes and
most approved makes of the leading
New York manufacturer ? . We can
convince you that in this line , that in
quality , style and cheapness we arc
We invite the attention of our pat
rons to these special features and the
stock In general , No effort will bo
spared to make our departments com
plete in every partieular and at prices
lower than any house in the west.
Nos.314 , 316 , 318 and 32O Broad
way , Council Bluff * ,
Mull orders promptly and care
fully attended- .
A. U. RICE. E. W. RAYMOND
RICE & RAYMOND ,
Real Estate Brokers ,
No. 13 North Main Street.
Lower Floor First National Bank Block ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Vacant Lot * , Lands , City Residences and Farms , acre propei'tu In
western part of city. All selling cheap to malce room for xprlny stock.
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Room S , over Officer & Fusej/ ' battle , Council Bluffs.
M. F. SEARS , S. F. SEARS
Omaha. Council Ulutls
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
Sears' Real Estate Agency.
Taxes paid , loans made , rents collected , investments made for
PACIFIC fiOTJSE , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Special advertisements , such ns Lost , Found
foLrmn , For Sale , ' 16 Hent , ft tints , Bonrdlnir ,
etc. , will tin Inserted in this column nt the low
ratoof TEN CENTS PEH LINE forthoflrst Inset-
Ion and Flvo Centi Per Line for onch subsequent
Insertion. Leave advertisements nt our office
Mo. 12 Pearl streot/njear IJroadway , Council
Bluffs. ' '
fTIOR SALE An upright piano with pedal at-
J-1 tnchmont , in Kood condition , will exchange -
change for real estate. Tbos. OUlccr.
FOU SALE-Music and sowing : machine busi
ness , together with small stock of holiday
goods and trail paper. Good town and country ,
eood location , cheap rent , profitable business.
Invoice * 1,3)0 to 11,500. Would tnko part In
Council IIuffs real estate. Address A. L. Man
ning , Dunlap , Iowa.
D. If. McDANELD & CO. ,
[ Eitabllsbed 1803. ]
No. 820 Mnln Street , t I : Council nlufTi.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
AND DEAI.EUS l.V
HIDES , TALLOW WOOL , ETC.
R. RIVE , M. D.
Cancers and other Tumors
Removed without the knite or Drawing o
Over 80 vears Practical experience.
Nell Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
" Consultation free.
E. S. BARNETT ,
Justice of the Peace ,
410 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
O. R. ALLEN ,
EnpeerSurveyorMap , , Publisher
No. 11 North Main St.
City and count ? mnpiof cltloi nod counties In
W. L. BIGGS ,
Justice of the Peace.
No 504 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Collections a specialty. Refers to the Dec
FINLEY BURKE ,
Attorney at Law.
004 Broadway , Up Stairs ,
Star Sale Stab/fs and Mule Yards
Broadway , CouncIUUlulIs , Opp. Dummy Dcpo
Horses and mulefe kept constantly on
hand , for sale at retail or in car loads.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHLUTEII & BOLEV. Proprietors.
Telephone No. 114.
Formerly of Kuil Sale Stables , corner
1st , ave. and 4th street.
OFFICER C PUHEY ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
R. D. AMY & CO. ,
Hardware , Stoves ,
) AND (
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ,
No , 620 Main St. , Council Bluffs ,
NEW SPRING STOCK
Curtains , Upholstry ,
Window Shades ,
Poles Door Mats
, , Rugs ,
Sash Draperies , Etc , ,
Ordres Carefully Filled ,
Our Mr. Stockert Superintends
CARPET CO. ,
405 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : IA.
For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail
and in lots. Large quantities to select
from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or double.
MIISOII WISE , Council Bluffs
N. SCIIURX ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office over American Express.
JOHN V. STONE. JACOU SIMS
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
notice in the State and Federal Courts
Rooms 7 and 8 Sliugart-Deno Dlock.
LAMPS , GLASSWARE ,
- AND -
Prices Very Low ,
W. S. HOMER & Co. ,
NO. 23 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , i ' IA.
FRANK S. RICK ,
CIVIL ENGINEER ,
, o t Imntes nnd reports on bridges ,
viaducts , foundations and gctiural nglnecrlng- .
Blue prints of any size alul gumititr.
onico No IU N. Main til. , First National Dank
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha ,
NEW IMPORTED STYLES OPEN.
Ladles buying a $5 hat or bonnet , one fare
will bo paid ; fie , icund trip ,
< J . U
Real Estate Broker
No. 39 Pearl street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
HAS ON SALE TO-DAY ,
The LARGEST List of PROPEHTK
That can be shown in the
Call on Him.
GARDENERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.
Choice Property at a Bargain ,
Fifty Acres Choice Land Adapted for Gardening -
. dening and Fruit Growing.
About twenty acres of the tract is set to apple orchard which is in bearing , nnd ]
to all varieties of choice small frnit and vineyard , divided as followtt :
I'roper contains upwards of five acres. The vines are thrifty and in bearing.
Between three and four acres are well set to choice varieties of black
berries , raspbcirics and strawberries.
THE APPLE ORCHARD
Contains more than 1,000 trees in bearing.
In addition to the above enumeration are a large numbers of choice plums ,
cherry and other fruits , also shade turn ornamental trees
surrounding the buildings.
A LARGE COMMODIOUS HOUSE ,
Ordinary barns and other out-buildings. The soil is of excellent quality for
gardening purposes , bcmc n deep black loam and Is a warm , south slope ,
and is altogether the most attractive and desirable of anything
within business distance of Omahn or Council IMulls.
With the new bridge completed across the Missouri , the property is not over
thirty minutes drive from the Omaha postollice.
Any party desiring a choice bargain should apply at once as , if not sold within
the next two weeks , it will be withdrawn from the market.
For Prices and Terms Apply to
MASONIC TEMPLE , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO
OFFICE NO § . 310 & 318 ItKOAIMVAY , NKW I'OHK.
Amount of Net Cash Assets , January 1 , 1886 . $03,612,018.00
R-B-VEISTTJ-B A-CCOXJ TT.
Premiums . f | 0Nfi07 : ) on
Loss di'ferroil womlums , Jnnunry 1 , U80 . HT8.1IU U5 tHri.CO',900 Oi
Interest and rents , olo. ( Iticluillntr rcnll/od Knliis On to-
curltlcs said ) . 4.167,780
Lees intorust accrued Junuury 1 , IfteO . 435.i8t : 18 n.7--.M3 g.igniMOS | 31
Io sos by dentil , Including revcr lonnryfuldlt Ions to Fiimu . fU',7.17,035 ! )7 )
Kndowmonl" , nmtiirutl itnil discounted , includingrmoitlcmury additions
tosmno . fiTil,073 ! 01
Dividends , iinnnltlc' ) , nnd purchn cd policies . 4,1111 , ll'J 11
Tot nl paid pollcy-lKiluora . f T.GJT.U [ iy
Tnxrs nnd ro-tiumriincofi . . . . . . . . . . . . 213.14284
CotnmlfBlons , biokurniros , uifcncy expenses nnd pliyflditns Ices . 2W.lij7 : M
Ollico mid law espouses , buliirlos.tulvortlfcluir , printing , &c . li'Xjm 30-tl t
Cnsh Intmnk.onlmnd , nn'l ' Inti-nnslt ( slncoroceived ) n , < W3i95 : 13
United Suites bonds and other bonds and Blocks ( imiiKct vnluo ,
SiM24.-"AS : ) IW.V..m 10
Heal estate osiOHil J'S
Honda nnd mortirnjros , first lion on rciil otiitii ( hullillnns thereon liisined
for14,00 l.OeU unil tlus policies i\ssijnud to the ooiiiiiny ] | us uUdltioiml
collatuial security ) 13,2 8,775(0 (
Temporary loans ( imiiKot value of si-otirlfrrslirld nscollatornl $ 'i , WUl ) ! ,4MU(0 00
Loans on existing policies ( tlio reserve hold by ttio company on tliuso
policies amounts to over IS.OtfJ.WKI.OO ) 40M119 41
Quarterly awl semi-annual pionilums on oxisltinif policies , iluo subse
quent to Jan. 1,1-87 l.Oll.fiWJ 16
Premiums on existing policies In courFo of tinn inlpfilon and cnlleetion.
( The ro orvo In those policies , Included In liabilities , Is estimated lit
$1.UGUXIO ( ) I'fii'uTi
Acerued Interrst niVYiwbniiidnts.'Jummiy'lVlSbT ! ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' . . . ' . . . . ' . ' 4MYj7 10-171JHIOXM 48
MAKKKT VAI.MR Oi < SiiuiiiTiK : > OvKiiCosT ON COMPANY'S HOOKS JGJle2J b'J
A tlctillli'd ( hoduli ! of thc'eltrniH will arcunipinr tl > n nnl niiimil re *
port tiled vltli the Imurauco Depurlmeiit ot tlio Sliilout Nun Vurk. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ASII ASSISTS , January 1 , 1S87 $75'lt21ir > : t ! I7
Al'I'llOPilIATUri A9 KOW.OWS :
Adjusted losses , dim6UliM' < | Ucnt to January 1,1887 f20.VIM : 4H
Itoportod losses , nwultliiif proof , &o. Ijji.tBj BS
Matured endowmentsduo and unpaid ( claims not presented ) ar.HWI ' 0
Annuities duo and unpaid ( iinciuldd for ) Uil8 ; 74
lloserved lor ro-lnsuinnco onoxlutlntr policies : piirticlpiitlniInsuriinco
iu 4 per cent Citrllslo not premium ; non-pattlvlpatlnir at ft pur cent
Ciirllslo net premium C2,525r/J9 00
Kcservod lor contingent lliibilltles to Tontlno Dividend I'mid ,
January 1,1880 , over and above a 4 percent reserve on
oxIMInJr policies of tliat Chios M.12. .742 77
Addition to the tund during IfcSO l.r-lfi Ul.il
DKDUCT- f4,444 7J 4U
Itcturnod to Tontlno policy-lioldcrs during the year on ma- .
turcd Tontines jn.MH.il
nalancoof Tontlno Fuml January 1,1-87 4'1.j.l.r ? r5
Kesorvcd for premiums paid In advance : ' ' - ? / _ . - _ - _ .
DIVISIUI.I : Sunri.us ( CoMiu.w's STANIHIIDI .T an
Surplus by the Now Vorh Stnto Stnndnrd , at iY per cent ( Including tlio Tontlno _ _ .
FroniThoui'iillviJo'rtiiiriyuVorffl'.CBl'.Wr.iVlhi' iliwriViif ' r'ruVtJiVii h'ii ijociuroil it nnVrtliinurillv'lilondto
partclp ) . n proportion to Ucir contrlLutlon to mirpliu , uv.l Uble on uttlement ofneU annu l
Death-claims paid. Income on Interest Insurance in force. Cash Assets.
188' f - 1 9 * B ! t-.WVHH. Jim. 1.18KI , J17I.4I1.W7. Jim. 1,18KI , jr.'I.NlO.'OT.
l si 2MIOW. ' * * : ' ' S.7l2Nil. " 1 4 , 1IS,7IU.O ! 41. " mi , Hfm(3'Ka. ( _ ,
nai' Z'2ft7'.17ri. 1 84 , L-.H71.IK4. " Hhfl , 2."VM. ' . ' < | | . ' lb f , , Ki KI.7Si.r :
1WV "Wl ll I8N" > : TOW . " IfW. 8SO,074.rilO. " 1KMI , Ui.Wli)21. )
IWfl' tf.wltfB. IfW , : i.722 , ) . ' . U87 , : W4.-JrIO. : | l' 7 , 75.4JI.463.
Number of policies issued during the year , 22,027. BiskB assumed $80,178,249
Exccssof Interestove r dciitli-losbCBpnld.tiC.'ilCfl.27lInciease ! In ussots . .
Increase in Income il.lll'J.SI.'i.M ' Incroiisu in Insurance wrltum . . .
Increase In surplus , stnto atunilaril ! ! , : iaiV.72.6D ! Increase In insuiiuicoin force
AVII.MAM II. IIKEIIS , IVvNltluiit.
l > . O'DIXIj , .SiiUrlnt | uilcnt ol .
E. C. SMITH , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
6. A. SMITH , Sioux City , Iowa ,
( uncriil Agents for WcNlvrn IIMVU timt \ : ) > riisUu.
Farmlnfr Lundu In Iowa , Minnesota , Knns.-w , nntl rnnging from fS.OD to
110.00 per ticro. Sclniol unil state lands In Minnusota on 80 years' tiino 5 per
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