Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 07, 1888, Page 6, Image 6
6 TKE OMAHA DAILY BffE : TUESDAY , AUGUST 7 , 1888. THE DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICi : , NO. 13 PKAUIj BT11KKT Delivered by Carrier in Any Part of the City nt Twnnty Cents 1'er Wrck. it. w. Tir/roN. . ; . MANAGEH. TKI.EPIIO.VEBl , No. NICIIIT iiiTOH : ) , No.I. . MINOR MKNT10N. % N. Y. Plumbing company. The Ovcrton Good Templars lodge will give tin ice cream sociable at their hull Wednesday evening. Johnson < fc Van Patten sold n lot in Everett addition to a man in central Iowa. Ho will Immediately build there on u residence and as BOOH as it is com pleted move to the BlulTn. The BlulT City's and the Union Pacille Brown's tried titled on tlio diamond at Union park Sunday afternoon , and the former club "wiped up the unrtli" with their opponontw by a score of 22 to 0 , The BlulT City's were formerly known as the Deuce Cameos. The prevalence of certain forms of diseases ought to cause the oily council to take action in regard to the scaven ger business. Streets and alleys need attention , and there is no arrangement made by which cleanliness can bo se cured. An ordinance is needed , and some system established. Changes went into effect yesterday at noon by which Olllcers Isonborgcr and Boyle go on day duty and Oftlcors Aus tin and Oleson will tram ] ) their boats in the "lonely midnight watches. " Olllcer Fowler resumed his place as patrol man , after a week's illness , and Jerry Mullen again pulls the tiller ropes on the hoodlum wagon. There should be a full attendance at the board of trade meeting this evening. It in high tlmo lliut the preliminaries were being arranged for the coining celebration tlio wedding of Omaha and Council BlulTri by means of the new Broadway bridge. The event is ono of special interest , and a programme should bo arranged whion will draw thousands ot people hero to the wed ding. An enjoyable reunion took place in Bayliss park yesterday. Kloven years ago four school girls separated.and this was Iho first time they had all been to gether since then , although living but ti few miles apart. They were Mrs. M. B. Brown , Mrs. A. W. Cowlos and Mrs. C. P. Harmon , of this city , and Mrs. Cowles' sister , of Hamburg , Ta. They are all marriedand each have two chil dren. They passed a few very hapny hours in tal'king over old times and tlio events of the years since their last meeting. Owen Bros. , grading contractors.havo begun the worlc of grading up the Broad way extension , between tlio west end of tlio piling over the water works lake and the eaot end of the bridge. It will require about three weeks work to com plete it , And it will bo paved as soon as the gap in the paving below Twelfth street is closed. It is understood that arrangements have been made with a Union Pacille man to lay the rails for the motor line , and that ns soon as a little moro grading is done in the vici nity of tlio water works station this brunch of work will bo pushed to com pletion. Personal I'nrnffrnplis. Gcorgo Keolino loft last evening for Chicago. Tom Ratcliffo left last evening for St. Louis. I. N. FHcktnger and family loft last evening for Spirit Lake , intending to bo absent a month or more. Dr. M. J. Bellinger has gone to Lorenz - renz , la. , whore he was called by the dangerous illness of his father. Mr. J. M. Hay , of Chicago , the "Manawa boomer " is , again inbthe city looking afior bis real estate interests. P. B. JCnine , president , and J. M. Whitmoro , treasurer , of the National Benevolent association , of Minneapolis , have boon in the city for two days past. L. Wornstoin , of Burlington , ono o ( the trustees of the institution for the deaf and dumb , arrived last evening to attend to some business in connection with the institution. J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate. Wanted A Quorum. The members of the board of trade tire asked to note the fact that a propo sition is in the hands of the secretary from parties interested in n certain business enterprise which is desirous ol locating hero. This is important. The answer of the board to the proposition ol tlioso persons must bo given Wodncsdaj morning. There must bo no delay. It is apparent , then , that the board must turn out nt this evening's meeting , else do that or bhut up shop and advertise the whole business for sale cheap and or long time payments. Travelers ! Stop at the Bochtolo. Pacific House is open to the traveling public , notwithstanding to the contrary ! 9 Oliunco For Reform. The county commissioners are strange ly indifferent about fixing up the court house grounds , and their condition it fast getting to bo little less than a ( lib- grace. A few scattering weeds have bprung up hero and there , but aside from that the grounds are perfectly bare , gullied by the rains , and as unin viting ns possible. At each heavy rail n quantity of the loose dirt is washet down upon the sidewalk , leaving aboir two or three inches of soft mud foi passers-by to wade through when pass ing the county property. The court House has boon complete ! for several months , but the grounds stil remain unimproved and an eyesore t < every one who has occasion to visit 01 puss the building. The shameful con oition iu which the grounds tire allowee to Ho detract greatly from the favorable impression that the building makoi upon n visitor , nnd it is time that i change was inaugurated. If the com missioners think they have complotei their duty in merely getting the build ing nmdy for occupancy , the publi < would like to know it and make othei nrrnngomonts for the continuance of ira provoments. For bargains in real estate see E. H Sheafo & Co. , Broadway and Mail street , upstairs. Danitijrca For Broken Ribs. Last February R. T. Fair mot with ai accident at the Benton street bridge , b ; which ho'had several ribs broken. Tin causes of the accident was a defect in tin sidewalk , the approach having fallen away nnd there being no railing to prevent vent anyone from wnlking into tin crook. Ho 1ms now commenced a sui ngainst the city , claiming danmgoa a 810,000. Which , ns in most cases , Js prob ably a larger uum than he expects ti reulUc. _ Artists' -prefor the Hallott & Davl piano , at 0. B.MiistoCp. , . MBroadway 8. B. Wad * < voath& Co , loan money. SAVED FROM THE WILD WAVES Exciting Storm Incidents Witnessed on Lake Mnimwn. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNCIL. Arrcsicil For Stealing From a Di vorce-el Wife The City Aakotl to 1'ay For lirnkcn Klus Police Plck-Ups BrcvltleH. 'Iho Storm nt tlio hike. The Sunday night storm was a wild ono nt Lake Manawa. Since the ncci- dent last year great caution is shown on the part of most of those who frequent , ho lake. When clouds appear , and a storm is threatening , thu lake is almost deserted. Occasionally some thought- ess person will push out in a boat , but , ho steamers refuse to go out when there is any possibility of trouble. Several row boats were caught out in ; hc Sunday night storm. Two of thcbo joats had not been found last night , jut there were no i > or oris reported missing , so it is supposed tlr.it the par- Lies having the boats had lauded and .oft thoboats | to takocaro of themselves , [ t was reported that two young men were missing from the hotel , and the 0. E. Mayno made a runabout the lake , limiting for thorn. After a prolonircd search it was discovered that the pair was quietly sleeping in their beds nt the hotel. The hunt was a useless ono , and although provoking , was ono which resulted sntisUictorily to the boys at least. Shouts were heard as of some ono in distress , but there was much dilllculty in locating them , and at last the words were heard "We're all right. " Some Lime later in making the rounds of the lake Mr. Clawson and Mr. Dudley , of the C. E. Miiyuu Htoame.i , heard cries again , and on investigating found a young couple btrandud in the mouth of Mosquito crcelc. The young man was Joe Oilliland , telegraph operator at the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul , and the young lady Miss Stella Ellis , one of the telephone operators. They were in a row boat when the storm struck the lake. Their boat was boon filled Mvith water and became unmnnngoiiblo , bo that all they could do was to hang to it , and lot the wind and waves carry them at their will. They were driven into the mouth of the Mosquito creek , ono of the darkest and drearii-bt places around the laico. When the wind subsided , and the waters receded , they were loft high but not dry , on a mudbank in the willovs. The young man had halloed until his lungs could no longer do full work. The pair were thoroughly drenched. Mud to the depth of ton feet surrounded them , and in the darKiiess there was no way of their determining whore they wore. When their two rescuers reached them the couple were ready to be rescued. A more grateful pair never welcomed the prebenco and help of others. The boat was pulled about a hundred yards through the mud nnel reached water just as the clocks in the city were strik ing three. The young man had proved himself quite ingenious. Ho had noth ing with which to bale out the boat , and by a happy thought had boi/.od his umbrella , and ubed that for baling the boat. In this way ho had got it pretty well relieved of water. The couple reached the hotel in safety nnd were soon made comfortable. The Nellie Keller was about half way across the lake when the gale struck her with terrific force , blowing out all lights , scattering floats in all directions and almost lifting her out of the water. The blast struck heron the quarterbut the captain managed to keep her "head on , " anel she was driven towards the beach at a furious rate. At ono time it scorned certain that she would go over , but the heroic exertions of the crow averted the catastrophe , nnd the staunch little vessel was finally hard on shore whore she stuck fast. Yestordaj morning a party wont over from this side of the lake and got her oil. She was not damaged to any great ox ton I nnd was able to resume her rogulai trips. A large number of floats wore missing , but the majority of them will bo picked up in the lake. The M. F , Rohror was fast at her dock , and ne damage was done her. Patrons of the Pacific House have none but words of praise for the atten tion given them. E. II. Shoafo loans money on chatto' bccurity of every description. Private consulting rooms. All business atrictlj conlidontal. OlHco 500 Broadway , corner nor Main street , up-stairs. That Mule hake. With its usual venom one of th < Omaha papers goes out of its way to pok < fun at the little lake placed in Fair mount park. It is not completed , am as Park Commissioner Graham says "It is no Ube to lot children and fooli boo anything until it is dono. " The lit tie lake will bo a refreshing liltlo spo when finished. It ib not large. Noom ever claimed it would bo. It is no Lnki Michigan as yet. Visitors to the parl are gratified with it , however , and ii view of the limited amount of mono ; which the park commissioners havi to expend , they are doing nobly in the line of improvements. As soon ns possible siblo the liltlo lake will bo fenced ani other improvements made. The young will thei man-afraid-of-wator not tumble into thu little pond , which bj his own statement is bo small that m one could drown. Commissioner Gra ham was largely instrumental in seem ing for this city , for a few hundred dollars lars , the park which is now worth many thousands and which is the pridi of the city. Some then called it "Gra ham's Fojly , " but tlmo has demon stratcd to whom belonged the foolish ness. It is no loss certain that timi will demonstrate In regard to the littl Inko that Graham's wisdom will bo ii striking contrast to the "young-man afraid-of-the-wator'a folly. " Stop at the Pacific House. The mos centrally located hotel In the city. Money loaned at L. B. Crafts < fc Co. ' loan nfllco , on furniture , pianos , horses wagons , personal property of all kinds and all other articles of value withou removal. All business strictly eon 11 dctitiul. Plucked liy the Police. Business in police court opened n auspiciously yesterday as is usual 01 Monday mornings. The anti-prohib wore the first to Do called into the dock nnd their slna were carefully considere and penances inflicted with a colorit ; that in only the result of long and continued tinuod practice , Elijah Uunn , Gcorgo Curry and Join Hughes were ach assessed 98.10 to pa for the ice consumed 'in allaying th fever tliat'was rioting in their swolloi heads when first landed in the cooler. John Dou was alsQi charged with guj liiff too long and affectionaloly upon th double distilled bug juice , but ho in sisted that ho was lightning-proof , and IH case was continued until ho could bo subjected to the acid test. J. W. Kelley was charged with in sulting an olllcorand pleaded notguilty , jut considering the enormity of the offense his case was continued until the ollicor recovers sulllcicntly to appear In court to testify against his hard-hearted abufor. L. Constantine was locked up for vagrancy , but the court hold that the niblfc pocket could not stand the pres sure and ordered him released. Eli Hanoy , tho'lo-U boy from Omaha , iViis claimed by his stepfather , Ed [ Jolliers , a well digger. Tlio youngster is inclined to run away from home , and on this occasion his whereabouts were unknown until the notice of his dotcn- ion hero was seen in yesterday's BKI : . EIo was taken back home in a happy 'runic of mind. E. H. Slu-afo ft Co. , make long or short time loans on real estate , in sums : o suit , at lowest rate of interest. Olllco Broadway and Main street , upstairs. Full line of sheet music at Counci BlulTs Music Co. , ± 24 Broadway. Tramp ! ) Must Work or Starve. The city council met in regular ses sion last evening. Present Mayor Uihrer , Aldermen ICnophor , Lacy , Waterman , Weaver and Metcalf. The mayor , by message , referred to , ho tramp question. Ho rccommendcil that they be cmple > yed upon the streets of the city , to receive , upon fines , com- loiit-ution from CO lo 76 cents per day , uid lhat ten days bo matle the time of Ine , those objecting to work to bo > ut upon public improvements in a chain gang and fed upon bread and water. After discussion , the recom- nendation of the mayor was adopted md the street commissioner instructed to put the order into immediate effect. A petilion to open up Litllo Curtis itreot was referred. A communication [ rom the odorless sanitary company \vithrcgardtotho cleaning" cesspools , vaults , etc. , was referred to the health committee. A petition of property ovvn- jra for an adjustment of boundary lines in .Tehiison's addition was referred. J. F. Hartwoll and J. Lawson ask lamages amounting to $160 for damages by being thrown from their buggy on Slutcsinan street. Referred to city at torney. Now water hydrants wore located as Follows : At corner of Nineteenth and Tostovin streets. Sixteenth street and Third avenue , Fifteenth street and Second end avenue , Seventeenth street and Second avenue , Eighteenth street and Second avenue. Bonds amounting to $4,200.72 wore ordered issued to the Milwaukee bridge nnd iron works company , as per terms of city contract. Bill of P. Sweeney , $193.87 , was laid on the table. Resolution No. 88 , for grading , was ordered published. An ordinance was read and adopted , changing tlio grade of Broadway , be- weon Twelfth and Thirteenth streets , so that the surface drains may discharge Mio water into the Indian creek basin , thence into Broadway sower. An ordinance providing for the man ner in which sewer connections may bo made and costs assessed when property owners fail to make such connections was reael a second and third times and passed. An ordinance governing the superin tendent of markets in the matter of selling wood , hay , etc. , upon the streets , was read ; passed. A communication from Manager Bir- kinbino relative to the location of the water mains and sewer pipes on Sixth street , between Eighth and Ninth ave nues , was read ; referred to the commit tee on streets and alleys and city en gineer with power to act. dMr. H. Judd , living at 551 Frank street , appeared with a verbal protest. Ho asked that the trees on Mrs. Wal ters' place bo trimmed up so that his property might not bo injured by the condition of these trees. The city mar shal was instructed to attend to the matter. The trees on Mynstor anil North Sixth streets were included in this order. The curbing bonds of James andO. P. Wickhum and R. L. Williams were ac cepted. Biets for work contemplated were read. On motion of Alderman Motcalf the contract was lot to Wick- ham Bros. , Boroa sandstone to bo used ; cobt , 00 cents per yard , Buy mantels , grates and hearth fur nishings of the Now York plumbing Co. Got HU Wife's Cnsli. William Lawrence was taken before 'Squiro Schurz yesterday , charged with stealing $4.50 of his divorced wife's hard earnings. The defendant is-baid to bo constantly hanging around the woman's homo , and on Sunday morning dibcovereda chance to make n little ap propriation , and did so , but Mrs. Law- rcnco "caught on" to the transaction mid bworo out a warrant , and poor "Billy" was landed in jail. The wo man and her witnesses were not on hand yesterday , and the c\so was con tinued. In the meanwhile sweet Will iam will languish in the county cylinder in default of $100 bonds. Very Near tlio Golden Stair. A slight blaze at 020 First avenue called out the department last evening. It seems that Hannah Doyle , a domestic in the otnuloy of Mrs. Stubbs , went out to the barn about 9 o'clock to got some gasoline. She lighted a match in order to bee to pour it out of the can. Some of the inllnmifmblo llulel was spilled on the floor , and she throw the match down into it. She then tried to tramp out the blaze that sprang up and as n result her limbs were severely burned. A col ored man rushed in and throw the blaz ing can out into 'the yard. A line ot hose was laid , but the lire was extin guished without turning on water. The attention of the renders of this paper is called to the announcement ' 'Educate Your Sons. " UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME , Among the educational Institutions ol the United States there are but few that have advanced as rapidly us the Uni versity of Notre Dame established over forty-five years. It rapldly'pabsod to the front rank nnd has each succeed ing year kept pace with the demands of the times. No bettor educational insti tution can bo found anywhere , which the large and increasing patronage it enjoys from all sections of the country testifies. Parents contemplating plac ing their sons or wards at school will obtain full information and catalogue bj addressing Rev. T. E. Walsh , Pros , University , Notre Dnme , Ind. Thirteen Ounces of Baby. Chicago Times : A gnat could swal low it without blinking. Labeled ru miscellaneous matter 4 cents postage would carry it to any part _ of the coun try. A quart cup beside it looked like a castle , and Gulliver would bwcar thai his Lilliputians weireBrobdignagiunsir comparison. It curls up in a roll ot cot ton like a chrysalis In u cocoon. It will b'o prettier utter awhile. At present il is 113 red as u lobster and can Kick wilt -DsTl ± i"W - ! 1 1J | W If SHOWING THE ADVANTAGES OP COUNCIL BLUFFS. HKtiktS Largest Stock , METCALF BROTHERS Furnishing Goods , Lowest Prices , Clothing , Hats , Capst eto. & . . , . . . , MUELLER MUSIC .COMPANY1. William Sladnntopi , ffardtnan , Evtrdl & Fisher ] c2j O _ . Denier la ' < / > ( * = Cby & Countj REAL ESTATE . . fc * 8 Mtla St. Council niufli. Na.A tt. ISM SI. < U j " S * CD'S ' "XT s Largest Capital and Surplus CITIZENS STATE BANK Your Patronage 0s of Any Banff In the ofti/ . | , Is Solicited. § s ST-H , & -R.D.FaslBiv SMOKE J. W. SQUIRE S COUNCIL niAJPI'S Paint. 011 3 Glass Go , Percgoj & Mooro'a Abstracts of Title \1 \ Wholesale. Santa ARE THE BEST. No. 8. Pearl St. EMPKIE HARDWARE CO. , WEIR SHUGART CO , Manufacturer of Fine Cm-ringed nnd Buggies. H. F. HATTENHAUER I always keen in stock a largo variety or eiiblorn I have always a full slock to select from. . . , make t'urriiiReswhich I sol ) at a very low rate. Call and examine. Priceu Low. Nos. ! 27 to 3H ENMirtli Street. I um nhvnj'H ready to show poods. iho hilariousncss nnd abandon of a iumping-jack. It is a sweet , pink-checked , brown- eyed , tiny girl buby that weighs but thirteen ounces. It bolongH to Mr. and Mrs. James Willis , of UliO Kiiizie street. They were expecting a baby , but wore ooking for feomothing tangible and that could make u noibo. "I know it is small , but it will grow , " said the angel ot babyhood as ho weighed .t on a pair of golden scalesand charged ip thirteen ounces of cherub to Mr. Willis. There was another member of , hu family who was disappointed in the size of tlio baby , and that was "Door- Knobs. " Ho is a youngster who was jorn two years ago , and was so small jhathis parents nicknamed him "Door- Knobs. " But ho is as big as any two- year-old baby now , and ho relented the idea of having thirteen ounces of hu manity palmed off on him for u sister. " /Cat ain't no baby , it's a wat , " tuid "Door-Knobs' ' with disgust when ho was given the lirst peep at his little sister - tor , whoso head iB'covorod with : i coat of thick dark hair.i "Door-Knobs" had ii different idea of his sister yesterday ind called her "Tommy , " after the imaginary ghost l\lat \ was wont to bo conjured up by his nuntio to frighten liim into quietude whenever ho became obstreperous. The 115-ouni'o infant is the fourth child born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis. The first two. who are elpad , weighed eight nnd nine pounds respectively. The third , "Door-Knobs , " weighed but four pounds. But , though of shall begin ning , ho has nourished , and is in the best of health. The father , Mr. Wiilis , is five feet eleven inches tall , and weighs 185 pounds. Mrs. Willis is of medium height , Mid weighs 1--5 pounds. The only precedent for diminutivoncBS of the baby outside of that furnished by "Door-knobs , " is the case of the mother. She is the twin sister of Mrs. Robert Willis , nnd both when born weighed about three pounds. "Tommy" is in the best of baby health , and the physi cian says its chances for life are ns good ns if he woighoel half a ton. The father doesn't allow the lack of a few ounces to interfere with his rejoicing over the latest born , and takes ns much pride in it as ho does in "Door-Knobs. " The only apprehension felt is that u hungry mosquito may slip in unawares and make u meal of "Tommy" before being discovered. If you are about to make a pudding , a jelly , a cake or other article of pastry , don't my dear madam , if you have a duo regard for your husband's , children's , or your own digestion , use any other than Van Duzor's flavoring extracts. They coutain no deleterious chemical ingredients. The sterling flavors named nro in every way worthy of your confidence , since , they are delicious , pure nnd highly concentrated. Grocers everywhere bell them. Gnrbnec. The terrible poisoning of rivers nnd streams , b.v dumping into them the gar bage of cities and largo towns , has be come so serious that some device is bought to avoid the danger , and the need of incurring the danger. Several European cities h.vvo carried sewerage and garbage to public fields , to bo uti lized on a systematic plan. The latest device Is to cremate the garbage in fur naces specially constructed for that pur pose. Chicago has inaugurated the plan from dire necessity. England has largely put the plan in practice , mil is well satisfied. Forty-five English towns are already using furnaces. Tlio Chicago cage furnnco disposes of fiftv tons a day. Dr. J. M. Keating , of Memphis , says : "There is no real safety hut by cremation ; " and ho is sure that Yankee ingenuity , now on the right track , will furnish the best and cheapest furnace. It is evident to casual observers that our streams must not any longer biilTcr polution. Epidemics of the worst sort may bo expected from such a source. The perfume of violets , the purity of the lily , the glow ljo rose , nnd the flush of Hobo combine in Pozzoni's wondrous powder. , . Drink Malto for the nerves. Early this spring the sloop Alert o Nowburypnrt was bought for ? 876 , contributed tributod by Sunday school efhlldron al over this country , and under the com mand of Captain George W. Lane began missionary work for the Congre gational Sunday school society. Nine years ago Captain-Lane , a Maine sailIng - Ing master , gave" ' dp the foreign trade and became u missionary on his own hook. His work was to go from settle ment to settlement organizing Sunday schools , getting them in good running order , and leaving them in the charge of suitable persons to go to another Hold. Now that ho is in charge ot the Alert his field lies all along the const troin North Carolina on the south to the eastern limit of the United States at Eastport , Me. , on the north. The entire enrollment of Captain Lane's Sunday schools along the Maine coast is over 1,600 scholars. For the whole coast to tlio south of Huttcrns it is over 15,000. , Drink Mnlto ii Is pleasant. " \nTcrfc a Notes nnd Queries is au thority for the following interesting and useless bit of information : Cleveland - land is n corruption of Cliulund , BO called from its situation in a steep , rocky locality. Thurman is from Thor , the Saxon god and man. Its figurative meaning is emo Having the strength and wUelom of Thor. Harrison means ' ' . It is ieten- Honry'a son , or Harry's eon. tical in meaning with Harris and Hor- rics. Morton is a local name from the parish of Merion in Nithsdalo , Dum- frlshirc , Scotland. Mor , in the Gaelic , signifies big , great , and ton is from dun , a hill , Morton the big or great hill. An Absolute Cure. The OUIOINAL , AHIETINB OINTMENT is only put up in Kirfe ; two ounce tin boxes , nnd Is an absolute cure for ohl sores , burns , wounds , uliuppud hands , mid till skin erup tions. Will positively c.iro nil kinds of piles. Aslr for the ORIGINAL AHIETINK OINT- MKNT. Sold b.v Goodman Uruf Co. , at US cents per box by mull ! ! 0 conti. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. SPI'.CIA L iulvortliemcntH , > mch as Lost , Found , _ To Loan , For Salo.To Itout , Wmits , Hoarding , etc. , will lie Inserted in this column ut the low rate of TlN CENTS pr.it 1.1N1for the llr.ft In sertion nnil Fvo Cents Per Line for eacn subse quent Insertion. Leave advertisements ai our olllce , No. 12 Peirl Street , near Bioadway , Council lllullM , Iowa. WANTS. T71OU 8ALK Improved ranch , 030 acres ; 1HO JL1 cattln , 'Jhoisesj el-'ht ( miles south of Has- sett , llio\\n Co. , Neb. A bargain. Address , O. A. Illlherg , at llasiett , or G U , lieu Olllco , Coun cil llluirs. WANTKD A rood ulrl for general house work at the Iv. C. house. " 171011 SALK A bargain ; n lots on Avenue 0 J-1 and 1-th bt 1'or Information call at < U JH'oiulway. FOH SAI.l : The best small fruit uiul vcROta- ble farm In Potlawattamlo county , two miles from Council Itluirs postolllce , at a pilco Unit will sell It , on remarkably easy terms. Title perfect and pioperty in i'uod condition. Possession given at any tlmo. Good reason for selling. It. T. Hryant & Co. , GJ3 : Hruadway , Council Illulfs , la. _ Teams nnd men to work on Lower WANTED . For further information in- qulje on wort. Owen Bros , , contractors. "ITtTANTED Stocks of merchandise to exT - T V chance for city property in Council lllutru , Omaha , ' or western land or chattels of any kind. Wo make exchanging a specialty. It. T. llryiiut A Co. , KM Broadway. _ TO HENT Immediately , for the summer , a good furnished house , 10 rooms ; closet and bathroom ; city water. Apply on premises , 813 6th ave. _ Stocks ot merchandise. Have WANTED Omaha nnd Council BlulTs city property , albo western land to exchange for goods. Can on or address Johnson & Christian , lloom 33 , Cnamber of Commerce. Umaha. _ THOU SALE At a bargain , 40 acres near stock Jt ? yards , South Omalia , Nob. , Johnson Ac Christian , lloom 33 , Chamber of Commerce , Omaha. THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER. TRICE $15. Is equal to any High Priced HacWne. The KillBon Mlncogrnpli. Iho best appnrlus for nmnlfoldlnK. nuthOKruplilo and typewriter wort. 3.IXX1 copies can be taken. Tha Ezcelsior Co. , Ccuncil Bluffs , la. TAXI DERMY F. J. BREZEE , THE TAXIiEKMIST , In accordance with numerous requests has de cided to teach Tuxldcrmy in all Its branches. Mounting birds , $ ; 0 ; with mammals and other Intricacies , MIO. Would also like to receive eiders lor birds to 1111 older book on trip south. No. U10 Main St. , Council lilulla. ST. RUNGS AtiDEMT. COH. BTH AVI ! AM ) 7T11 ST. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity , An excellent educational Institution , furnish ed with all modern Improvements tor boarding nnd day school. The academic year consists of two sessions , beginnlm ; on tlio nrst Monday In September and February , respectfully. Terms-Hoard and tuition per session , $7I > . For further particulars address Slater Superior , St. Francis Academy , Council Iliumla. . 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