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THE OMAHA J3ATLY BEE : j .THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER C , 1888.
THE DAILY.BEE. . .
COUNCIL BLUFFS :
OFJ'ICIC , NO. 12 I'KAIIL 8TIU5KT
Delivered by Carrier In Any 1'art of the City at
Twenty Cents 1'er Week.
II.V. . T1I/10N . MANAOUIL
llUfllNF.OM OlTItT , No. 41.
NnntT r.niTou , No.ia.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Last social of the conference year nt the
Methodist church this evening.
City Clerk Uurko has broken ground
on Washington avenue for a now $3,500
Finest Hns of dress goods over shown.
Fall styles. A. Holler , merchant tailor ,
Holvy Franz and Miss Paulina Witt
wcro married yesterday morning at the
matrimonial parlors of Squire Suhuri.
The P. K. O. society will hold iin Important
business mooting ut the homo of Mrs. Will
Blicrnmn , fil'J Seventh street , Thursday ,
September 0 , nt 8 p. m.
The funeral of Minnie , fifteen-year-
old daughter of Mrs. M. Bonny , will
take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon
from tne residence , No. 221 Tenth avo-
nuo.Tho last social of tlio conference year
will bo held at the Broadway Methodist
church this evening. All are invited
to attend and participate in the pleas
ures of the evening.
DTho committee of the board of trade Is
fcolioiting subscriptions for securing
the Ucil Oak cart factory. The factory
is a prosperous one and can easily bo se
cured for Council BlnlTs , if the citizens
do a little lifting together.
John Bono & Co. . the leading dry
goods firm in Council Bluffs , is having
n most favorable call for the celebrated
Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton , particu
larly the I'AST black. This cotton is
only on white spools' . Ask for the
O. 'N. T.
Gospel meetings are. being held
every evening this week at the Scan
dinavian Baptist church , corner of
Seven th street and Seventh avenues.
The meetings are conducted by Mr. A.
Jacobs , the evangelist. All are cord
ially invited to attend.
William Jordan was the only victim
in the police court yesterday morning.
Squire Schurx attended to the case , and
lined him $7. ( > U. Squire Scluuv. will
continue to act ns police magistrate and
judge of the superior court , during the
absence of Judge Ayloworth , who left
last evening for Now York , whore his
family have spent the summer.
Justice Biggs hoard the case of State
vs. Mrs. Mary Allen , for assault and
battery , and decided that both parties
wcro at fault , ami discharged the de
fendant. The two women are not on
the most friendly terms , and came near
- having another "scrap" in the justice's
olllco. His honor could not allow such
doings , and turned both paties out of
For some time past the American
District Telegraph system has not been
working satisfactorily , and the com
pany's linemen were unable to llx up
the lines in good working order. It was
decided that the trouble was with the
boxes , and the entire 'lino throughout
the city is being lilted up with ti now
style of call boxes. The new ones are a
great improvement , and all calls turned
in with them are registered correctly at
the district ollicc , doing away with the
annoying mistakes of late.
The county supervisors have made a
much needed change in the janitorship
of the court house. There was great
room for inprovoment in this direction ,
and it is hoped that tlio now incumbent ,
W. S. Watkins , will immediately de
vote his attention to removing some of
the accumulations of the past six
months. There is enough work that
needs doing to keep half n dozen men
busy for some time , but the now man
can at least show his good intentions by
making a vigorous war on the flfthy
floors , windows and globes.
The Alabama exposition car , showing
the wonderful resources of that fertile
region , is expected hero to-day. It will
bo open to the public , and those who
desire may inspect it free of charge. It
Is of the same character as the one re
ft. cently hero showing the products , both
natural and manufactured , of the vicin
ity of Great Salt Lake and which was
much admired by hundreds of our citi-
. noils. All those who visit this car will
doubtless bo amply repaid for their
At the mcctingof plasterers and brick
layers at Driesbach fa hall last evening ,
the preliminary slops wore- taken to
ward reorganising a union. The ar
rangements will bo completed at an
other meeting to-morrow evening at
the same place and hour. On Monday
evening the contractors and builders
will bo invited to a meeting , when the
resolutions adopted by the union will bo
submitted to them for consideration. A
large attendance is desired to-niorrow
Messrs. John F. Corbctt and William
Woinand of Chicago arrived in the city
lost evening on their way homo from
the regatta at Salt Lake. They stopped
hero over night to await tho-arrivai of
their boats and will proceed eastward
this morning. Mr. Corbott is the
champion single scull oarsman of the
west , and Mr. Woinand is one of the four-
oared crow which defeated the famous
Bylvans , of Molinc , at Salt Lake , not
withstanding that it * vas the first race
that the former crow had over rowed
together. They have been banquetted
and feted during their trip and are
For to-day you can buy oLF. J. Daj
lots on Broadway that will make you
big money. A customer who is crampctl
for ready money has listed with mo foi
immediate sale , some choice lots in
Ferry , Bryant fs Clark and Benson's
additions. Call soon , before they arc
J. E. Elnugh , of Hastings , was in the
E. Starluck , osq. , and daughter , Miss
Essie , were visitors at the Blulls yester
Charles E. Taylor , wife , son and Miss
Roxio Wesley have returned from thoii
visit to Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Richardson , of the
Revere house visited Strahan yesterday
to attend the wedding of their noice
Miss Elhv Knyton.
W. A. Brock , of Bellevue , Kan. , IB
visiting his brother-in-law , J. II.
Clark , Judge Loofbourow's court re
porter of this city.
Miss Mao Chapman has returned
from her European trip. She was nb-
Eent n year , and spent most of the time
in Dresden and other German cities.
William Gnvitt , of Evansville , Ind. ,
who has been acting as agent for tin
United States government for the pro
tection of the seal fisheries in Alaska ,
passed through the city yesterday foi
for homo on u leave of absence. 'Ho was
attended by Mrs. Gavitt and Miss Zuff.
of San Francisco.
The celebrated P. P. Stewart and
Radiant Home stoves sold only by Cole
& Cole , 141 Main street.
DOINGS OF THE DEMOCRATS' ,
Harris Nnmocl for Congress ,
and Hammond for Judgo.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE MOTOR.
Suits to l o HrnuRlit APrlzo
for Tills Morning A Unique
Tin Wctltllng Personals
Tin For tlio Tenth.
Yesterday was the tenth wedding1 an
niversary of Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Jlmich-
ott. A few of their many friends learn
ing of this fact planned a pleasing sur
prise , Arrayed in sheets and pillow
cases the ghostly procession entered the
doctor's elegant residence on Fourth
street , capturing the happy household
without a struggle. There was a merry
guessing as to the identity of the guests
and the tin cards they presented helped
but little to establish it , as each pre
sented the name of some other of the
guests. After tlio unmasking there was
a merry social season. The mementoes
of the occasion were appropriately of
tin. Many of thorn wore novel. A neat
remembrance n poem so framed in
tin that the cards bearing the names of
the guests were tucked in about it , a
pleasing card rack. The poetical trib
ute was as follows :
This dny murks u station on the march of our
To speak congratulations , this hour our
"Ten long and weary years" did you this
morning say ,
Burdened with vexing toll and cares of com
ing day )
Bright the visions of hope , the day you two
were wcil ,
The future held no fears with mutual
Two sweet precious blossoms in health and
promise rare ,
Have Joined .you on the way pleading for love
Down in tlio dread shadows has each in ill
ness been ,
Then through tender nursing slowly crept
buck aval n.
Now banished are all cares , while with these
gifts of tin
Is "shone" the expression of friendship's
In the future journey may pleasures Ilnd a
In every daily labor , blent with the sound of
Ten such beautiful years , spite of sorrow and
nieh in hopes and triumphs , would they
The guests brought a supply of dishes
as well as tlio requisites for tilling and
emptying them , and the wedding feast
was. a joyous feature of the occasion.
Dr. and Mrs. llanchett huvo won
many friends during their residence
here. Had those who planned the sur
prise have enlarged the list to embrace
all who would have gladly joined its
pleasing tribute , oven the spacious res
idence would have not been largo
onojigh. "Walls or roof cannot , however -
over , shut in or omcompass the Kindly
feeling of this community towards this
There were many unique remem
brances. Among them were several al
lusions to the household numbering
four. For tin iigures surrounded by a
tin chain of ten linKs , each link filled
with candy , represented the sweetness
of the ten years. Four tin spoons , two
largo and two small , crossed through a
tin wedding ring was another device.
GREAT BALK SEPTEMBER 12.
Of Council Bluffs Lota At Auction.
I will offer for sale and sell without
reserve to the highest bidder one-half
of all the lots in Cochran's addition to
Ono lot of every other pair through
out the whole addition will bo sold with
the privilege to the purchaser of the re
maining lot at the same price. The
ground on which the addition is laid is
known as the old fair ground forty ,
north of the Union Pacific depot , and
south of Broadway. The number of
lots are 100 , or four to the acre.
Ton per cent of the purchase money
cash in hand. The balance in nine
equal annual payments to bo evidenced
by notes bearing interest ut fi per cent
per annum , secured by mortgage. The
property purchasers will got warrantee
deeds , title perfect.
I will also sell on the same terms and
at the same sale 100 lots in Central sub
division and Street's addi
tion on grounds joining on the
north. Some of these lots are situated
DAY OK SALE SKl'TKMllEIl 12.
The place of sale will bo on the
grounds on Wednesday , the 12th of
September , 1888 , and continue from day
to day till all is sold.
The lots and blocks will bo numbered
on stakes and maps furnished biddoi-s
on day of salo. Other particulars on
day of sale. A. COCUUAK.
The Judicial Nomination.
The democratic judicial convention
convened in the county court house yes
terday morning for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for district judge.
The body was called to order by W. C.
Campbell , who suggested W. II. Ware
as temporary chairman. That gentle
man took his seat and S. Fletcher made
temporary secretary. The following
committobs were then appointed by the
Crcdontials-W. C. Campbell , W. A.
Mynstor , J. S. Fletcher.
Permanent Organization II. F.
Funk , II. B. Gray , F. II. Joromo.
Resolutions M. J. Williams , Peter
Korth , B. F. Rector.
The convention them adjourned until
afternoon. On the reassembling , at
30 : ! ! o'clock , the attendance of dele
gates was fuller than nt the morning
The report of the committee on cre
dentials was called for and rend. It
was to tho'offcct that all counties , ex
cept Page , were fully roprcsontea. The
report was accepted.
The committee on permanent organi
zation recommended that the temporary
organization bo made permanent , which
report was adopted. Mr. Ware thanked
the convention in u few well chosen re
On motion of the chairman of the
committee on resolutions thatcommittco
was discharged without having made u
Upon motion ten minutes was given
oaeh county in which to present candi
dates for judge of the Ninth
district. A. B. Funk , of Andubon
company , presented the name of
L. L. Delano , of Atlantic. Mr. Culli-
Eon , of Cass county , seconded the nom
ination of Delano. D. A. Farrell named
J. M. Hammond , of Fremont county.
Judge Rector , of the same county , SCQ-
ondcd the same.
An informal ballot gave Delano 117 ,
Hammond 20 , E. E. Starhuck 8 , W. A.
Mynstorl. A formal ballot followed ,
which resulted ns follows : Delano SO ,
Hammond 31 , Starbuck 1 , Mynstor 1.
Pending this vote the chair decided
that as Page county was not represented
a majority of the full delegation was
necessary to elect. This position being
irotostcd a vote was called for and the
chair was unstained.
A second formal ballot followed : De
lane 27 , Hammond 28 , Starbuck 1.
Tlio third ballot ! Delano 27 , Ham-
Fourth ballot : Delano 21 , Hammond
in. Starbuck 22.
Fifth ballot : Delano 21 , Hammond 29 ,
Pending the sixth ballot Mr. Delano's
name was withdrawn byiho Cass county
delegation. The sixth ballot was then
taken. Result : Delano 2(1 ( , Hammond 110.
Seventh ballot : Delano 7 , Hammond
27 , Starbuck 7 , Culiison 5. Mr. Hammond
mend having received the majority his
nomination was made unanimous.
On motion the judicial central com
mittee was formed , on call of counties ,
ns follows : Audubon , E. E. By rum ;
Cass , C. S. Fletcher ; Fremont , Fred-
crick Rector ; Mills , T. W. Ivory ; Mont
gomery , W. W. Merritt ; Pottawat-
Lamio , Wt A. Mynstcr ; Shelby , W. C.
The convention then adjourned.
The only hitch in the deliberations of
the body was during tlio progress of the
ballot , when the Cass county delegation
withdrew their favorite. Considerable
feeling was manifested between the
supporters of the different candidates ,
and the chairman of the Cassrount.v
delegation declared that the light was
against their man. Other gentlemen
resented the charge that the light was
against anyone ; that all stood an equal
show for the nomination , etc. Mr.
Hammond addressed the delegates
privately after adjournment , asking
them not to allow the feeling of strife
manifested in the convention , to inter
fere with party unity and the possibili
ties of party success.
Named For Contjresi.
The democratic congressional conven
tion assembled at the county court house
yesterday morning. The purpose waste
to nominate a candidate for congress
from this district.
At 10:30 : a. m. W. W. Merritt , of Red
Oak , called the judicial convention to
order and read the call. G. W. Culli-
bon , of Shelby county , andV. . S.
Wishcrt , of Adair , wcro made tem
porary chairman and secretary respec
tively. The chairman made a sho'rt
speech in assuming the position , ad
dressing hinibelf wholly to the need of
tariff reform and the duticsof the demo
cratic party in that regard. On motion
the following committees were ap
Credentials J. S. WSshort , William
Johnson , J. M. Emcrcit , J. S. Tain , A.
B.1 Hasbrook , H. B. Cheoncy , Way no
Stcnnott , W. H. M. Pu&oy , Hurry
Permanent Organization J. M. Cox
Philip Bickelhaupt , R. T. Young , H. II.
Broganz , J. B. Garrison , G. F. Lainmer-
son , G. Dennis , J. P. Organ.
Resolutions J. N. Cox , W. A. Crane ,
J. S. Fletcher , II. H. Broganz , A. B.
Hasbrook. P. P. Kelley , W. W. Mor-
ritt , Lars Jensen , J. II. Lewis.
Following the appointment of these
committees the convention adjourned
until 1 o'clock p. m.
It was 1:35 : o'clock ' when the body ro-
absembled. The committee on perma
nent organization reported as follows :
For permanent chairman , C. S. Fletcher
of Cabs county , and W. C. Campbell of
Adair secretary. Congressional com
mittee : W. S. Wishart , Adair , F. P.
Bradley , Audubon ; R. T. Young Cass ;
J. S. Tarn , Guthrie ; II. B. Gray , Mills ;
T. H. Leo , Montgomery ; II. V. Arm
strong , Harrison ; W. F. Cleveland ,
Shelby ; D. A. Farrell , Pottuwattamio.
The committee on credentials re
ported that all the counties were fully
represented , and were all admitted with
out protest. Both reports were received
and concurred in.
A sot of boquets for the speaker's
desk was presented by Miss Whittlesoy ,
for * which , the convention extended
The committee on resolutions having
failed to report , a roll of the same was
called and the committee adjourned to
deliberate. Their report was made
after a short retirement , This declared
unalterable allegiance to the national
and state platforms ; in favor of free
lumber , salt and wool ; against nni in
ternal tax on whisky , tobacco and oleo
margarine ; also declared against trusts
and every form of protection which
make their formation possible. The
report was adopted with cheers.
On motion an informal ballot 'was
taken for the choice for congressman
of the Ninth district. The result was as
follows : D. M. Harris , 33 i ; L. T. Gen-
unir , 17i ; W. H. M. Pusoy , 17.
Pending the formal ballot Mr. Harris
dcbired his name withdrawn. An en
thusiastic supporter of Harris wished
Harris' nomination made by acclama
tion but that gentleman declined
to receive the nomination in that
way. A formal ballot was
then taken with the following
result : Harris 24J , Gonung 17i , Pu-
A protest was made to the filing of the
Andubon county vote on account of tlio
irregularity of the make up of the dele
gation. It appeared that the delegates
from there were instructed to cast the
full vote of the delegation. The vote was
Mr. Pusoy appeared and in a short
speech dobircd that some one , a younger
man than he , should bo selected as the
candidate. Ho declined pre-omptorily
to allow his name to bo presented as a
jio-hiblc candidate. The second formal
ballot resulted as follows : Harris f OJ ,
Gonung 17 J and Mr. Harris wes declared
the nominee. A motion to make the
nomination unanimous was defeated by
a rising voto. Judge Harris being called
on addressed the convention at length ,
after which an adjournment was taken.
Attention , Sir Knlehts.
Ivanhoo Commandory No. 17 , K. T. ,
will moot in regular conclave Thursday
evening , at 7:80 o'clock , for the purpose
of electing oflicors for the ensuing year.
All sir knights requested to attend. By
order E. 0. , J. L. MAHTIN , Recorder.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Coming Tuxes. ,
The board of supervisors yesterday
completed the tax levy for 1888. The
tax on city property will amount to 70
mills and 2 mills additional for sewer
district No. 2. These taxes will bo duo
January 1. 1889 , and until that time the
county auditor and his assistants will
wrestle wfth endless columns of figures
by day and dream of arithmetic and
school rooms by night.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies'or anything
of value , at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American oxpross.
Ulicle Snni'u Reception.
The now government building was
thrown open for public inspection last
evening between the hours of 8 and 10
o'clock. The splendid structure was
brilliantly lighted In every department ,
and u constant stream of visitors passed
through its elegantly furnished rooms ,
Tom the finely polished engine room In
the basement toi the olllco of the custo
dian of the bullttfng on the fourth floor.
The heavy carvings , line carpet.1 * , ele
gantly upholstered furniture and the
. icli and mas'tivj } appointments jjcn01' *
A. A. Clark & , Co. , real estate brok
ers , have a list of choice inside property
on their books. Nothing but bargains
offered. . '
For bargains Irt real estate see E. H.
Sheafo & Co. , Broadway and Main
street , upstairs.
J.G.Tlpton has bargains in real estate.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan olllcc , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
The Motor .Subscriptions.
When the Mnnnwa motor line was in
an ombryonsic condition a subscription
paper was passed around to secure a
bonus of $12,000 to help the enterprise
along. Mr. Graves was then at the head
of the movement. The subscriptions
were payable in installments , and were
conditional upon certain requirements
being fulfilled. The enterprise dragged
along. Some of the subscribers paid in.
Others refused. Mr. Graves tumbled
down , and Mr. Reed took uw the matter.
The motor line was Into in starting , but
it has had a liberal patronage this
season. Mr. Reed now purposes enforcing -
forcing the collection of these unpaid
subscriptions. Ho has secured L. W.
Ross as his attorney , and suits are to bo
commenced. It is expected there will
bo a bitter fight in court. The sub
scribers claim that the conditions were
so llagrantly violated that they are
under no obligations to pay.
Will bo held In the Scandinavian Baptist
church tills evening tit 7M5 , and every night
this week. The evangelist , Ucv. A. Jacobs ,
is hero and will conduct thy meetings. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
II. A. Hr.iciiKNiiAcii , Pastor.
E. II. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidental. Ollico 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-slairs.
Dr. C. C. Ha'/.en's dental parlors are
at room 0 , Opera house block.
There was considerable excitement
among the members of the sporting fra-
tornit.v last evening. They kept very
quiet , but the coming prize fight was
the topic of conversation. The mill waste
to bo fought at daylight this morning a
few miles from tlip city. A largo num
ber of tickets were sold at 82 each and
the hackmon we're ' all engaged at an
early hour. The rendezvous is about a
mile from the center of the city , and
the party left there for the battleground
about . ' ? o'clock. Both men were very
determined and each expressed confi
dence in his ability to win the fight.
Artists preicr'fho Hallett & Davis
piano , at C. B. Mtfsic Co. , 224 Broadway.
E. II. Sheafo & Co. , make long or
short time loans oh real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest I'ato of interest. Office
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
TravclersI Stop at the Bechtelo.
Full line of sheet music at Council
Bluffs Music Co. , 221 Broadway.
Yesterday Dr. Gillette , one of the
most active and prominent instructors in
Chautauqua assemblies , was in the city.
Ho visited the grounds hero and con
ferred with trustees. Ho was very much
pleased with the location and the lay
of the land. Ho expressed himself us
quite confident that this enterprise
could bo made a great BJCCCSS hero. Ho
gave much valuable information , and
expects to return in October for a more
Good dwellings and lots for sale on
monthly payments by E. H. Shoafo &
Co. , corner Broadway and Main sts. , up
If you have property for sale nt a bar-
gain'list it with us and wo will adver
tise it free of charge. A. A. Clark &
Co. , corner Broadway and Main , over
Hoard ol'Tratlo To-Night.
A special meeting of the board of
trade is called for this evening. Every
member should be present , as business
of importance is to bo transacted.
Loans maao on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Clmmp Investment company.
Notion to Traveling Men.
All Council Bluffs traveling men are
requested to bo at 1 ho Broadway depot
at 8:30 : , as the band will meet that train
Ten acres in Council Bluffs , oft the
east end of the Ballard 80. Will make
72 lots , same as the Omaha add. , which
it joins on the south. Ninth avo. drive
way to U. P. bridge passes through the
tract. Title clear. One-third down ,
balance one and two years. Eight per
cent. A. V. LAHIMKU.
A. A. Clark < k Co. negotiate loans on
farm and city property.
TOM fVlV OBJECTS.
A Year-Old Buy uAInkcN Ills Trouhlns
Known t < S the World.
Tommy Cute , aged ono year , having
suffered as long as ho "can stand it.
writes to the Boston Transcript in
order that his grievances , being knojvn
to the public , , may immediately bo
I object , in the first place , to being
forced to adopt Farmer Jones' brindle
cow for a foster-mother.
I object , also , to the existence of a
like relationship between myself and
the condensed milk factory or the corn
starch mill. ,
I object to having my stomach stuffed
as a remedy for a mosquito blto on my
little too or a nasty pin in my back.
I object to personating a churn. I
prefer to take my butter after the churn
ing process is completed.
I object to being kissed by all the wo
men , old and young , who come near mo.
I prolor to wait a few years , or at least
until I shall be old enough to make my
I object to having people nsk about
my ago. It is an impertinence. Be
sides , grown people sometimes remember -
bor , and of ages they are especially apt
in keeping a record.
I object to having to go hungry until
company is served. For my part I don't
see what people want company for.
Company is n nuisance. Mamma and
papa have said so hundreds of times in
1 object to being obliged to go about
with my neck and arme bare. When it
is hot tiio flies and mosquitoes bother
mo awfully , mill when tlio nir is chilly I
fool ns though I were freezing to dci\th.
I object , when I go out in my pdram-
hulntor. to Imvlng inytioU lott nlouo in
the sun while my iim'.d ' m > orts with tlmt
lonp-logpoil ehnp with tlio yellow mus
tache niitl rcmly-intulo clothing.
1 object to being sent to bed when I
tun not sleepy , mm to having n misty
rubber tube stuck into my mouth every
time I turn over in the night.
I object to Imviug strangers nmko
faces at me. They give mo an awful
start sometimes when they think they
are amusing mo.
I object to being spoken to by people
with whom I am not iicqimUcd. Why
don't they wait for an introduction ?
I object to being the only child in the
family. It's awfully lonesome not to
have any brothers or sisters. 1 wibh I
had been born when it was fashionable
to have largo families.
I object to being called Tom , just be
cause my papa was called Tom when ho
was a boy. Uocauso his papa gave him
a name ho didn't like was no reason for
giving mo a name I detest. I should
think a boy ought to bo allowed to
choose his own name.
I object to wearing dresses and hav-
f my hair curled. Half the folks
Sf nk , 1'mii girl.
I object to being taught baby talk.
What good docs it do mo ? After I have
become proficient in it I have to go to
work and unlearn it and learn grown
folk's language. Why don' thop teach
mo that in the llrst place ?
I object to having folks bore mo with
their silly stories which I have heard
bo many times ihat they are veritable
I objact to having people humbug mo
all the time. They toll mo what 1 should
do and what I shook ! not do. I notice
they are not given to taking their own
medicine. What deuces they are not to
know that I learn more from what i see
than from what they tell i .e.
Mhoro's lots of other things to which
I object but this will do fora starte.
You can find cool , well furnished
rooms at the Globe hotel , best located
house in Omaha.
SI'KrtAlj advert laments , such n < t Lost , Found ,
To Loan. Kor Sale , To Kout , Wants , Honril-
inc. etc. , will be Inserted In tills column at the
low rate of TUN UKNTS J'KH I.INIJ for the llrst
insertion mul Tive Cents Per J.luo for each sub
sequent Insertion. I.CIIVQ advertisements at
our olllce. No. 12 1'earl Street , near Hroiulwuy ,
Council llltilTs Iowa.
STItAYED A liny pony mare , nine years old ,
wolcht 700 pounds. Two white front feet ,
llranded A on left Hunk and II on left shoulder.
Kinder will pleabo luavo at city pound. Nols
FOIt SALE My entire stock of cook and
heating stoves ; also a full line of furniture
nt bottom rock prices , floods sold on pay
ments. A , J. Slandel , wo and 305 llroadway ,
WANTBD Position ns assistant bookkeeper
or copyist by n young lady who has had
olllce experience. Inferences furnished. Ad
dress II. A. II. , lire oflice. Council lllulls.
ANTED News ngcnt fortrnlnat 1000 S.
Muln St. , Council Hlutrs.
WANTED Hardware. An improved farm
of ICO acres , K ) acres under plow. House
and fences in good order ; good spring water
through pasture. Will trade for stock of hard-
\\nro. For particulars address J. U. Fitzgerald ,
Nonpareil , Council ItlulTs , la.
Wood turner at onco. Steady
employment to good man. 3. F. Cody ,
231 Washington live. , Council llluirs , Itt.
KENT A large number of good dwell
FOH . Call and exnnitnu list. E. H. Shcatc
A. Co. , Broadway and Mam St. , up stairs.
OH HENT-Nlcoly furnished , a suite of
rooms , also a singly room , ono block from
Hroodway , 129 Olcau avo.
11I3NT Furnished rooms at 117 Fourth
street , Council Bluffs , la.
SALE My new eight-room cottage on
Second ave. W. C. James.
TJ OK BALK llnrber shop at 150 Broadway ,
C Council Illiins ; good trade ; satisfactory
reasons for selling ; bargain for tha right man.
T71OK EXOHANGE-A nne. well assorted 13.000
JD stock of stationery , fancy goods. Jewelry ,
etc. , in a thriving town tor residence in South
Omaha. U. T. Hryant & Co. , CJS Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , la.
OUBES for rent. Johnston & Van fatten ,
3 ] Main st.
A 20-acro small fruit farm very cheap. Just
.ex outside city limits , or will divide into 10
acre tracts to suit purchaser. 11T Bryant & Co
Stocks of merchandise to ex
change for city property in Council llluirs ,
Omaha , or western land or chattels of any kind.
Wo make exchanging a specialty. K. T. Bryant
& Co. , US ) Broadway.
KYNETT'S ' MIXTURE
AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR WHEN
DIARRHEA , DYSENTERY , FLUX ,
CHOLERA INFANTUM AND
CHOLERA MORBUS ,
Ovcrco.nlng nil opposition. 1111 the cemeteries
with newl } made graves leaving the once
happy home with nothing but memen
toes of loved ones lost. Wliero
KYNETT'S MXTUREJ ! _
Is used it is universally found to bo
EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY ,
The value of a single bottle for use in anv of
the above mimed diseases is really incalculable.
Money could not Induce these who have thor
oughly tried it to be without it. The market is
lull of remedies for a similar purpose , and all
have merit In Home cases , but with them it Is a
stubborn fact that thet > e are In many places the
MOST FATAL DISEASES
of the country. Witn this medicine they are
THE LEAST FATAL.
This medicine has now been used in this country
FOR FORTY YEARS ,
Has no equnl on earth. Sold by tlriiKgistsevery
where. HARLE , HAAS & . CO. ,
Wholesale Agents , Council UlufTs , Iowa.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal to
ThoEdlnon Mlmcexrrnpb , tlie bent Hitparutui for
manifolding , autographic and tjpe wrltlne work.
8.00U copies can to taken.
The Excelsior Ce. , Council Bluffs , la.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
tOOUroiulway Council muds , Iowa. EatablUUoJ
READ THE NEWS.
New Goods Throiigliout.
NEW PRICES ON ALL GOODS.
New Curtains , Shades , Etc ,
New Tapestry and Hanging !
New Rugs , Mats , Eh
Council Bluffs Carpet Co.I J
No. 405 Broadway.
SP vWi \ > S J \ f r + r. nss.
Wholesale. Bread to Oakaa ,
USXABL1SHED 1842. INCORPORATED 187S'
MA&SILTON , OHIO , MANUFACTURERS.
Especially Adapted tot
25 TO 300
HORSEPOWER. . Mills and Elevators1r ! /
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFF ENGINES *
Specifications and estimates furnished for complete stfam plants. Itogulatlon , Durability Ouar
auteed. Can show letters from users where fuel Economy is equal with Corliss Non-Condunslne l
IIIIANCH HOUSE , COUftt'IL IIi ; 'l'J , lOV.'A.
Send tor Catalogue , E.G. HARRIS , Manager.
IN COUNCIL BLUFFS.
To close out the remaining lots in Squire's addition to Council Bluffs , t
will sell the finest located lots in the city for $50 cash payment , and long
time on balance , to persons who desire to secure homos , and I will make lib
eral loans to these who desire aid in building houses. Call at once and so *
mo at Mubonio Temple , Council Blulls , Iowa. i
C. J. COLBY , Sole Agent.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 26O
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES ,
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen enlarge commission'or salary.
WAIVTUU-LOCAL , AND TKAVELINU AUU.Vi'S ON C
D , H , McDANELD & GO , ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
CO and S3 Main StreetCouncil JJluSe.Iow * .
iiJf < &it&S &Z a *
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
15141 l > oujU Ht. , Omaha , Neb
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