Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 19, 1888, Page 6, Image 6

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Fri < 3J2 NO. 12 PKAIlIi 8TIU3ET.
Delivered by carrier In Any Vnrt of the City at
Twenty Cents I'crWcek.
IIUFl.VE < "t OcriCE No. 43.
MUIIIT HlllTOIl. Ml ) . St.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
The most elegant patterns nnd most com
plete line of full Roods ever shown. A. Hot
ter , mcrclmnt tailor , 310 Broadway.
Building permits were issued yesterday to
E. H. I'atton , tl.OOO ; H. A. Miller , MJQj
Km I tli Sounders , $3,000 , and Frank Owens ,
Adjutant Symmonds , now stationed at DCS
MoincH , will arrive In the city this evening
nnd lend the march nnd the usual evening
services of the local branch of the Salvation
Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday to
J. M. Stevens and M. B. Simons , of this
city ; Aleck Gumming , of this city ; John J.
Conncll and Julia Mnsock , of this county ,
nnd Emilo A. Waller , of Omnhn , and
Jennctto J. Auwcrda , of this city.
Owen Hroa. nro doing n largo amount of
pradlng In the western part of the city , In
Hurko'H ' , Henson's and other additions. They
have nearly enough grading to keep them
busy until snow Hies. They wore busy yes
terday extending Second avenue south of the
The seventeenth annual convention of the
Pottawnttainio county Sunday schools meets
nt the Congregational church this morning
for n two days' session. The committee on
reception will bo nt the church ready to as
sign places for the delegates when they
Lewis Stewart , thn fellow who tried to
carve Oftkcr Fowler while being taken to
the police station , has been bound over to
the grand jury in the sum of $ .100. Ho has
been placed In the county Jail to await the
next session of that body on the 10th of Oa-
John Green , for so many years engaged in
the shoo shop connected with J. M. Phillips'
store , has gone into business for himself and
opened n shop at 212 Hroadway. Mr. Green
lias a large number of friends , Is a good
workman nnd will doubtless receive his full
share of patronage.
A grand leap year festival wl'l ' bo eivcn by
the members of the Colored Baptist church ,
on North Main street , on Thursday night
next , September 'JO. Preparations are being
made to entertain those who attend in u
most satisfactory manner , and a grand good
time is in store for all.
Contractor Lnnehnn's bid for placing the
stone coping around the court house grounds
was tl.25 per linciil foot. Ho will begin
work at once. The grounds can not bo
sodded this year owing to the latcucss of the
season , but the grading and other necessary
work will be completed ready for the sod the
first thing in the spring.
The Episcopal ladies nro arranging to give
their rector , Hev. T. J. Mackay , a welcome
home on his return this week , after a three
months' absence. The reception will ho at
the residence of D. C. Hloomer , 12.'l Fourth
street , on Friday evening next. The mem
bers of the church und all friends of Hcv.
Mackay are cordially invited to bo present
to join in.
The ladies of the Woman's Christian asso
ciation , at the regular meeting Monday
afternoon , decided to servo dinner and re
freshments on the day of the celebration of
the opening of the new bridge in October ,
for the benefit of the hospital. As thcro will
, be n very largo number of people in the city
on that day , the ladies will receive n liberal
patronage , as their object Is a most worthy
Mrs. Frank L. Hoyden yesterday received
the sad intelligence of the death of her
mother. Mr * . Thomas Uobcson , at Plnnkin-
ton , Dak. , of dropsy of the heart. The de
ceased hud been ill for some time , and her
condition was so serious two months ago
that Mrs. Hayden was summoned to her bed
side , but an improvement took plnco nnd the
daughter returned home. The bereaved rel
atives have the sympathy of many friends.
Monday night the 10:45 : Union Pacific
suburban train coming from Omaha to this
city stopped about a mile east of the bridge
to repair some Blight defect in the air brake ,
and while the repairs were being imuln a
transfer train cumo along nt n lively rate of
speed nnd ran into the rear cm ) of the pas
senger train , smashing several freight cars
and piling a * half dozen of them up promiscu
ously. The passenger crow hod failed to
send a flagman back to stop the freight , and
while proper signal lights were on the rear
of the passenger and wore seen by the en
gineer and fireman , yet they supposed the
train was moving , nnd did not discover the
contrary until they ran into the passenger
train. Fortunately no one was injured , nnd
In a few hours the wreck was cleared away
and trains running as usual.
' Blue grass and white clover seed at
For Snlc.
Ton acres in Council BlulTs , off the
cast end of the Ballard 80. Will make
72 lots , same as the Omiuui add. , which
it joins on the south. Ninth avenue
driveway to U. P. bridge passes through
the tract. Title clear. One-third
down , balance ono nnd two years. Eight
per cent. A. V. I.AUIMKK.
Personal Paragraphs.
Mrs. Dr. Judd left last evening for n six
weeks' visit with relatives at Farlbault ,
Miss Blanche Snyder , of Andrew , la. , is
visiting her sister , Mrs. E. Beedlo , No. 187
Bcnton street.
M. II. Judd started yesterday for Chicago
on business connected with the Maxwell
land grant syndicate.
W. J. Laughlin , Onawa , clerk of the dis
trict court of Monona county , was a visitor
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. F. II. Stewart has returned from Chicago
cage , where she purchased n largo and varied
assortment of fall millinery.
Albert L. Suesmnn , general western man
ager of the United Press association , head
quarters at Chicago , is in the city ou busi
ness connected with the service.
Miss Stella Van Doron , of Chicago , a
cousin of Al. and Hans Parkinson , arrived
In the city last Saturday to accept u position
in the loan and abstract ofllco of tlio Kimbtill-
Cliamp Investment company.
Miss Flora Dickey , accompanied by her
mother , returned from Denver Monday evening -
ing , where Miss Dickey has been for some
time , seeking better health. Her many
friends hope for her early und full rcstora-
tion to health.
G. W. Tanner , formerly chief out-freight
clerk in the transfer freight ofllco , has re
ceived the appointment of chief clerk to D.
B. Kcelor , assistant general freight agent of
the Union Pacitlo at Denver. "Doo" Tan
ner Is ono of the most capable railroad freight
men in the west , and Mr. ICeeler knows all
about him.
John Garner returned from the springs at
Burlington Junction yesterday morning. He
has been considerably bcncllttcd by his trip ,
but is yet somewhat of n cripple from rheu
matism. Ho returned on account of the sick
ness of his father , and will probably return
to the springs in n week or so , unless ho
should grow rapidly bettor hero.
Rev. T. J. Mackay , rector of St. Paul's
Episcopal church , this city , returned yester
day morning from his summer vacation and
Vieason of recreation in the east. With his
family ho enjoyed all there is In seeing the
sigliti-ijj eastern cities , a trip to Nova Scotia
nnd Newfoundland and nil to him was a
grand round of pleasure enjoyed to its full
est extent. Ho returns to his pastoral duties
refreshed and strongerfor the work in which
ho ever is so active. "
Arbucklo's coltco 20c per pouud at
E. H. Shoale loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidontal. Olllco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
To the 1'ubllc.
Thnro will bo a dance at Smith's hall
to-night , Tuesday , Sept. 18. Strict order
will bo preserved. Given by the N. L.
for S. society ,
Pottawattamlo County District
Court Boats the Record.
'ollco Court Items Personal Mention
Ills Urlbcrjr Scheme A Gen
eral Hound Up or the
News of the Day.
They Went n-Coitrtlng.
A dozen raw were placed before Justice
Shurz yesterday morning. Ho did not tnko
rilndly to the dish nnd disposed of it In short
J. M. Hall and J. H. Smith , two young
'cllows , were held for trial on the charge of
committing a nameless crlmo on Thomas
Miller , n colored lad. Miller was held as a
witness. Pat O'Day ' was fined $3.10 and had
ot the wherewith to liquidate the cxpcnso
.f his drunk. Henri Schmidt went hack
.nto the sweat box in the same condition.
Tom Brown nnd Charles Uoss wore held for
rial on the charge of disturbing the peace.
J. D. Grnbor had an attack of the dizzies , and
answered to the roll call. Ho fared no bet-
er than the others. Thomas Hyncs was too
drunk to know the court was in session and
: io was loft to dream of hot Scotch nnd
nakes until this morning. Louis Hamilton
and C. Mitchell , two tramp printers , sought
"orgetfulness In the bowl , but they struck
' 301' before their "string" was out. They
were "looked up" with a "dutchmnn" for
four days. Oscar Sprink was hold as a fugi
tive from Justice. Ho is wanted by Ne
braska authorities mid was locked up until
their arrival.
Two cyprians were run In and "put up"
for their appearance. Efllo Morgan released
n 112.00 forfeit for drunkenness. The other
was Franklo Campbell , who was taken down
in a hack during the previous evening. She
was drunk , profane , obscene , etc. , and let
herself loose at the city Jail In a way that
made the bricks rattle and the steve pipe
turn black for shamo. A friend of the fair
and frail ono attempted to bribe the city pa
pers to keep the name of his beloved out
from the public gazo. So It seems thcro js
some little scnso of Hhamo left in that part of
the world yet. A slnglo little buzzard dollar
was the prlco ho set upon the favor , but Tun
lii'.K is not u dollar paper. It will continue
to give the news Just the same.
Cucumbers for pickling at Fearon's.
Ono of the busiest men in the city
these days is John Gilbert. His work is
putting water into buildings ; putting
up windmills for farmers ; putting down
drive wells , etc. During the last ten
days ho has sold over 4,000 feet of pipe
to farmers for use in their dwellings ,
and four windmills. This in the face of
the fact that competition in this line is
very close. Ho keeps a full line of
pumps and pump supplies. Ho is at
No. GUI Main street.
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Champ Investment company.
Boots , Shoes. Kinnehan's , 320 B'way.
Rapid .Justice.
The case of Hodefer vs Day was taken up
in the district court yesterday morning , and
after a short argument submitted to the
court , who took It under advisement. The
case of Stcelc vs City of Council Bluffs for
damages resulting from the extension of
Fifth avenue through the bind to Glenn nvo
nuo was then called. The city attorney
agreed that the city should puy $2 , : X ) , and
the court lilled out a verdict to that effect ,
and the Jury was sent out to sign it. In the
afternoon a writ of error case was the only
ono for consideration. The papers could not
bo found , and It was thought that the case
was submitted to Judge Thorncll , who had
taken them away with him ,
The Steele danmgo case goes on record as
being disposed of in the least time of any
civil case over tried in full process of law.
The Jury was empanelled , witnesses exam
ined , arguments made , charge given to the
Jury , verdict returned and read in open
court all in a little less than
The great west still retains its reputation for
the rapid administration of Justice. Cases
are frequent where criminal trials and exe
cutions nave been completed In half an hour ,
but now a civil case goes through all of the
usual wearying details of court , and a suit
for uamagcs , which general consumes an un
usual amount of time , Is carefully considered
and finally disposed of in less than half that
Pottawattamlo county is certainly entitled
to continue nibbling at the prize bun. If any
district court in the country can show a bet
ter record , now Is the time for it to assort
itself , or forever after held its peace.
Mixed spices for pickling at Fearon's.
Speculations In Kenl Estate.
Those desiring to make cither large
or small investments in Council BlulTs
real estate are requested to examine
our list of property. It comprises n
choice selection of lotsin additions lying
between the business portions of Omaha
and Council BlulTs. Prices low and
terms easy. Title guaranteed. Money
loaned on city property. Corrosponu-
cnco solicited. Odell Bros. & Co. , 103
Pearl street , Council BlulTs.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
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. , ofllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
AHHlguccl to Special Duty.
A visit to No. 4 hose house yesterday , and
a look at the report slate , revealed the fact
that "No. 0" was off on "special duty. " In
quiry was ut once Instituted ns to the nature
of the special work for which "Crazy
Horso" was detailed. Under promise of the
strictest secrecy the information was care
fully imparted to Tun BKE man that that
handsome young ilro lighter , J. M. Stevens ,
had , after duo deliberation , decided to re
nounce the pleasures of single blessedness ,
and was at that moment being united for
life with Miss M. H. Simmons.
"Stovo" is very popular among the boys ,
who nro sorry to lose him from the ranks of
batchclorhood. Their grief will doubtless bo
assuaged to-day by liberal contributions of
Havnuas. It may bo well to remind nil par
ties similarly inclined that TUB UEB olllca is
still at No. IS Pearl street.
Choice dairy nnd creamery butler at
E. II. Shcafo A ; Co. , make long or
short time loans ou real estate , in sumn
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Ofllco
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Good dwellings and lots for sale on
monthly payments by E. H. Sheaf o k Co. ,
cor. Broadway and Main sts. , up-stairs.
Money loaned nt L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan olllco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
nnd all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
Dr. C. C. Hnzen's dental parlors nro
nt room 6 , Opera houao blbck.
Full line of shoot music at Council
Bluffs Music Co. , 224 Broadway.
A Most Worthy Kndcuvor.
The members of the old volunteer flro de
partment have arranged to give a benefit baler
( or the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers
in Florida.
They will give a grand ball on Friday
evening next nt Masonic tompis nail , and the
following committee was appointed to wait
on our citizens , sell tickets and make gen
cral arrangements : D. S. Mack , Mi F
Roarer , Thomas Bowman , John L. Temple
on , F. R. Levlno , John H. Plumer , Charles
Mntthal. It. D. Amy.J. H. Itogcrs , W. O. Ol-
vcr , C. D. Walters , C. D. VorhU , Phillip
J6tz , John E. Abies , C. M. Maynard , J. W.
JnpelJI. Ous Bergman , P. Kaykcmlnll and
Chas. Sanderson. The cause Is a most laud-
nulo ono nnd wo know our citizens will re-
pond most liberally , The volunteer boys
nro entitled to great credit for taking hold of
ind starting this movement in aid of our af >
llctcd brethren of the south ,
Grapes by the basket at Fcnron's.
At the Parisian millnory emporium
lie newest shapes in hats. The latest
novelties and the nobbiest styles. Call
ind see them.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
Last evening's attendance at Dohnny's was
smarter than the merit of the company de
served. The company was a good ono , and
he plny , "Skipped by the Light of the
kloon , " rcnlcto with fun and ridiculous situ
ations , but the aiitilonco was not ono to in
cite their best efforts. They nro worthy of
jood patronage. The orchestra was much
Hitter than usual , and It Is hoped will bo
nalntalncd and encouraged.
Travclcrsl Stop at the Bechtolo.
For bargains in real estate see E. II.
Sheafo & Co. , Broadway and Main
street , upstairs.
Artists prefer the Hullott & Davis
) iano , at C. B. Music Co. , " 21 Broadway.
Mnnncrfl and Customs of the Natives
In ItrltlHh Honduras.
An American gentleman residing in
Belize , British Honduras , who attended
in ollicial spread , has told mo all about
t , writes a" Philadelphia Record cor-
cspondent. It was hold in u largo ar-
jor , erected for the pui'Done , of wild
cane stalks , thatched with straw. As
usual , Hi" men retained their hats and
imokcd incessantly between and dur
ing every course. Tortillas wore con
tinually sent in , hot from the griddle
made b'y women secreted in a hut borne-
where in the rear and piled in nstcam-
ing heap in front of the alcadi , who
distributed them around with an easy
ind graceful shuttle , something as an
3xpert player deals his cards. Now
and then fresh water was passed in
mugs , it being the fashion for eaeli to
lill his mouth , drnw it noisily to and
fro between his tooth , then eject it
upon the lloor. The menu , as nearly as
can bo rendered in English , was as fol
lows :
Caldo ( broth ) , with garlic , chili nnd cigar
ettes ,
Sopa Stewed in grease and garnished with
Pucharo Stuff of every description , fish ,
flesh and fowl , seeds , pods , green iruits ,
roots and vegetables , all boiled together ,
served ou a huiro platter , with chill sauce.
Chicken stewed with grease and chili. .
Kid's head baked with garlic.
Hed beans stewed in oil.
Sweetmeats nnd coffee with cigarettes.
Tortillas all the time.
The etiquette of Santo Toribiro ball
rooms is peculiar. The ladies sit around
the room , their multiplicity of stiff
skirts making them look like so many
Dutch cheeses , while the men remain
outside in groups until the dancing is
about to begin. When the lirst strains
of the marimbra mourniug and de-
, airing as the wail of a lost boul an
nounced the opening of the ball , ono of
the sandalled and batted gentlemen ad
vances to the middle of the lloor ,
on the way thereto care
lessly nodding to the charmer of
his choice , and she leaves her
seat and goes to face him , standing a
few paces distant. Then they pot-form
a rapid /.apetoro , scarcely moving the
body , though their feet are Hying like
mad , for till the world like a pair of
jumping jacks , executing all manner
of pigeon wings , jigs and double shuf
fles. When she gets enough of danc
ing she roturus to her scat without so
much as an adieu to the gallant , while
ho , without stopping for a moment iu
the everlasting jig , nods to another
lady to come and play Joan to his
Darby. lie is expected to keen on ,
without an instant's pause , until the
music ceases , and often it is continued
a long lime , as a test to the young man's
It was in British Honduras that I first
attended a volori , or the ceremony of
watching with a corpse. The family
homo consisted of a single long anil
narrow apartment , rounded at each cud ,
with earthen floor , and roof thatched
with guano leaves. From the cross
poles hung a few hammocks , and in the
middle of the room , upon a rude bier
made of two boards upheld by casks ,
lay the dead woman , with a wee infant
clasped in her arms. The face of the
mother , who could not have boon
more than fourteen years old. was calm
ami peaceful , but that of the baby was
terribly distorted , as if terrified with
its brief look on life. Fresh flowers
wore scattered upon the scarlet blanket
that partially covered the still figures ,
lighted candles stood at the head and
foot , and near by sat the sisters and pa
rents of the dead woimuisilent and sad.
Inquiring why the husband and father
was not ainong the mourners , I was
carelessly informed , as though it was
nothing to cause remark , that la
probaorta ( the poor , dear girl ) had
never been wedded , and as for the
father quion saboy A great crowd oc
cupied the house of mourning , laughing
and jesting OH though the occasion was
ono of rejoicing rather than sorrow.
Many wore playing cards. Outside ,
under a pomegranate treerefreshments
wore spread , and music and uproar resounded -
sounded in startling incongruity with
the dread mystery of death ,
' \Vhon legal marriages occur in this
region the parents of the couple make
all the arrangements between them
selves. The tender passion takes
early root in the tropics , and it is not
uncommon to sco a bride and
g oem both under fourteen years ,
When the boy wants to got
married ho tells his mother all
about it. She talks with the father ,
and if both are willing to accept the
girl as their daughter , they rouair to
the house of her parents , taking with
them a chiquihuito of fowls , fruit ,
broad , ears of dried corn and strings of
poppers. They organi/o a sort of pro
cession , com posed of their relatives and
friends , headed by a baud of musiothus
publicly proclaiming their intention.
It is good form for the girf's ' mother
to politely refuse the lirst request until
she has had time to consult the maiden
as to her wishes in the matter , and to
find out what her own friends may
think of it. Sue sends the procession
homo completely in the dark as to the
result of its mission. It the answer bo
irrevocably unfavorable , she simply
sends back to the parents of the wouul-
bo lever their basket , with contents un
touched. If , on the contrary , she bo in
clined to entertain their proposals , in
the course of a week or two she sends
to them another chiquihuito lilled with
similar offerings.
To Colored Ilallrnnd Men.
Brothers : Wo are ostracised and re
jected from all well paying and respon
sible positions in every branch of rail
way service.
why is this the cnso ? Are wo not ro-
linblo , faithful , competent and honest ?
Where in the whole world can auy com-
J v.
The Choicest Ground for Residence in the Western Part of the City ,
Is now platted into Beautiful , Large Lots. About ton minutes ride on the
motor to Douglas street , Omaha. Tuny lie on a level but elevated strip of ground.
About ! ! ( ) ( ) yards from the now motor line to Le s tlmn 1 } miles from the
Council BlulTs postotllco. Neiirly twice as large in s > ixe in s-izo as most of the
newly platted lots. Good public schools near by. The proposed Boulevard
bounds it on the north.
T1TLKS Perfect.
ABSTRACT Printed Abstract and Warranty Deed with each Lot.
GKADH Examine theo lots with reference to the grade before buying a lot.
The ordinary price of a lot is saved on grade alone , if you buy one of these lots.
TKUMS To a good class of ptirehuK > rs a limited number of lots will bo sold
for one-tenth down ; balance in monthly payments , without interest. Apply to
J. J. Brown building , 115 l'earl-St. , Council BluiTs , Iowa.
pany or individual find a race of people
more deserving , more faithful than wo
tire ? Give us the same chauco with
similar treatment and wo would make
as good engineers , liremeu , conductors
anil brakemun as any white man Uod
over inudu. Wo arc discriminated
against too rigidly. Something
must bo done. Wo may run as fire
men for a life time ; wo will never bo promoted
meted to the position of engineer. Wo
may run as brakemou for a lifetime ; wo
will never bo promoted to the position
of conductor or anything else bettor
than brakomeii. Wo may run as sleep
ing-car porters for sixty years and we
will never be uromoted to the position
of sleeping-car conductors , because it is
too easy for us and the , puy is too high
for the colored man to receive. We are
intrusted with cars both as conductors
and porters , better known'as porter-5n-
eharge , with the sime' ' authority as ; i
conductor , but receive only one-half of
a conductor's pay. Why i | it ? I will
toll you : The color of our skin is a crime
to us and brands us ns-uon-promotublo
objects. Now , as to labor organisations ,
they are very much like becfot ) societies
in our free'America ; they all , except
the knights of labor , discriminate
against us on account of our color. The
Brotherhood of Locomotive ! Engineers ,
the Brotherhood of Loconjotivo Firo-
moti , the Brotherhood of Railway
Brakemen , the Switchmen' * unionand ,
J believe the order of Railway Con
ductors , all discriminate against the
colored man and brother. In their
constitution they prohibit us from be
coming members. Lot us be as expe
rienced , over so intelligent and reli
able , our only crime is we are colored.
Wo do not blame the high ollicials of
the different railroads , but to the con
trary we believe they are favorable to
our promotion and advancement to well
paying positions on account of our faith
fulness to those who treat us with
consideration. Ono tiling is certain
that the members of those different
brotherhoods are not iu favor of our
promotion or advancement in any
respect. I am reasonably certain that
the public would bo glad to see colored
men treated iu all branches of rail
way service as white men lire now
trcatedthon they could start on a journey
from ono place to another and would
not fear any railroad tie-up. Thcro are
now engaged in various capacities in
the railway service 12,000 colored men ,
and that is a very low estimate. A vast
number of us have served our respective
companies for years. Wo have no desire -
sire to ask our companies for anything
that would hurt their interests to grant ,
but wo do think that deserving colored
railroad mon should bo promoted if
found competent , regardless of auy
The United Brotherhood of Railway
Porters of the United States and Can
ada , is now in its second year of oxist-
anco. Its aims and objects is to culti
vate a bettor understanding with all
colored railroad men ( but we do not dis
criminate against a man on account of
the way God made him ) to promote the
interest of those who give our members
employment ; to raise a fund to care for
our nick and distresi-od members ; to
bury our deceased brothers and care for
their families when left dependent ;
to bettor our condition in whatsoever
way is honest , just and right.
Wo appeal to the American public on
account of right , justice and fair play to
condemn all organizations that strive
to keep a man in poverty and that dis
criminate against him from making an
honest living ou account of bis color , as
wo all well know that it costs one
American laboring man as much to live
as another. Wo appeal to the railroads
and sleeping car managers to give us
the same chance of uromotion as ether
mon are givou by them [ and they will
have no cause to regret it. '
And ono word to our brotherhoods
jwhito ) ; it may bo to 3/0111' / ' respective
interests to do away with "none but
twouty-ono years of ngij uiftl white are
admitted members" injyour constitu
tion , or the day may como that you will
bo berry for it and gay like Jho Gorman
proverb "that procrastination of a good
deed has often brought ronoiitonco. "
Wo colored mon desire your favors and
also your friendship , and I hope , and so
does every colored railroad man in
America , and if you will'read the hand
writing ou the wall you will accept our
offer anO do away with color prejudice in
your respective organizationswhich are
for the elevation of labor , because wo
have brain and muscle , and it must bo
respected. It may bo quite a while be
fore your radicals will heed com
mon sense and rouson , but remember -
member human slavery existed in
America 245 years , and wo are free
to-day from being' bought and sold. Wo
are American citizonsand laboring men
and cannot afford to discriminate against
each other. The United Brotherhood
of Railway Porters invites all railroad
mon to join with thorn. Wo do not be
lieve in strikes and know nothing can bo
gained by engaging In them but loss
which can never bo regained , and a bad
feeling engendered between labor and
capital. Wo believe it to ho to the best
interests of all concerned to work har
moniously together , as the interests of
one nro the interests of both.
Hoping all brotherhoods ill consider
and respect us as laboring men , and wo
will equviiico them wo are worthyof
the Fame. MACK CALmvuht. ,
Grand Secretary G. U. B. of It. P.
JAJIIS : D. MiLun : ,
Grand Master Porter G. U. B. of R. P.
Corresponding .SecretaryOmaha.
SITflAI. ! advertisements * , suchas Lost , Found ,
To I.ofin , 1'or Sale. To Kent , \Vnnts , Hoard-
ln > t. etc. , will bo Inserted In tills column at tlio
low latu of THN CI'.NTS I'KH UNI ! for tliu first
Inseitlon and 1'ivo Cents I'cr l.lno for c.irh sub
sequent Insertion. Leave advertisements at
our ofTico. No. K 1'earl Struct , near Hroadway ,
Council Illtilli Iowa.
WANTED A Kooil mitcher at once. C. L.
Nuunas , SJ1 t-outh Jl.Un t't.
171OK niNT ! Seven-room cottnre. on the cor-
-I ? ucr of M nvo. and nth st.V. \ . C. James.
TCI ! for snfe In car lots. Mulholland S : Co.
TPIIK moil who picked up my parrot on the cor-
- 1uer of Main at. iiud Sixth nvo. will return it
to me ixt Alii Uh nt. Mis > . O. W. Henry.
FOK PAU3 or trade , for city lot , finest
matc.'ied family team iu state. No. 1IE3 Hroadway.
FOK RUNT Seven-room house , modern im
provements , good stable. 11. C. Cory , Couu-
CilJUllllH. _
"TJ1OII 8AU3 My entire wtock of cook and
-1 } hcntiug stoves ; also a full Hue of furniture-
nt bottom ro"lc prlrcs. Goods sold on pay
ments. _ A , JvMandel. it ! I nnd ili > Hroadway.
Wood turner at onco. Steady
employment to ( jood man. J. 1 % Cody ,
S31 Waslili.Ktonnve. , Council llliills. In. _
) R"HENTVA "iarKu number of gooil dwell-
lutrs. Call and examine list. K. II. Sheafo
A : Co. , Hroadway nnd Main St. , up stairs.
FOIt SAI.U-Harber Miop nt 150 Hroadway ,
Council Hlulls ; Kooil trade ; satisfactory
for selling ; bargain for the right man.
H KXPJIAN Gli A line , well assorted tl.OUO
stock of stationery , fancy goods , Jewelry ,
etc. , in n thriving town for residence In South
Omuhit. Hv T. llryant & Co. , ( K3 Hroadway ,
Council muffs , Jin. _ _
HOL'SKS for rent. Johnston A : Van i'ntten ,
_ 3JMalnjjt. _
A 'JO-acro small fruit larm very cheap. Just
-ex outHlde city limits , or will divide into IU
aero tracts to suft uurcha&ci. It T llryant Ac Co
Stocks of merchandise to exchange -
change for city property in Council Illuirs ,
Omaha , or western land or chattels of any kind.
Wo make exchanging a specialty. H. T. Uryant
iCo. , WS Hroadway.
ir.l 1 Dnuu'lnH St. , Omaha , Neb
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market , Prices. Prompt
a'O nnd 823 Main Strcet.Couucll Illuira.Iowa.
OCOIUoadway Council muffs , Iowa. I UblUUoJ
PRICE $15.
Is equal to
any High
Tlio Edlfon Jllrocoirrnph , the best npparntiu for
raiinlfoMlnir , nutotraplilo uud typo writing work.
3,1X10 cuplo can bo taken.
The Excelsior Co. , Council Bluffs , la ,
DYE Wills
Latest Novelties In
Largo lots' , easy of access , with splendid poworago opportunity. Closi
proximity to business portion of city , vicinity of good churches and M-hools. Jus !
olV Broadway. Electric motor for all points in city and Omaha every seven min
ulcs. Easy terms. Perfect title.
- ) FOR SALE BY ( -
F. J. DAY , No. 39 Pearl Street.
A. A. CLARK & CO. , Broadway and Main
J. G. TIPTON , 527 Broadway ,
FRANK COOK , No. 5 Pearl Street.
JOHNSTON & VAN PATTEN , 33 Main Street ,
< i * Jb , _
Smith's Bakery.
"Wholesale Bread & Oakctt
/ NT Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates ,
HDIDl/IMDI " " Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. Drown
Building , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Dl IDI/C Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Buihling , 115
DUrmL" Pearl St. , Council Bluffb , Iowa.
GB * ] " " " " ' " * " " * " " * " " * ' * M
Justice ot the Peace. Ofllce over American Express , No. 419
N - - Broadway , Council Bluffs. Iowa.
CTHIVIC P. QIIWI ? Attorneys at Law , Practice In the State and Fed era.
O I UIN L QL Ol IVI O" Courts. Onice Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugart-Beno Block ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
p HA7FN.Dcntist Room 0 > ° rcra 1Iouse Block > Ccuncil Bluns' Iow *
co. ,
If. Especially Adapted for
25 TO 300
POWER , Mills and Elevators ;
Specifications and estimates furnished for complfto steam plants. Itogulatlon , Durability Guar
anteed. Can show letters from users where fuel Economy is equal with Corllil N--
Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
To close out the ronmtning lots In Squire's addition to Council DlufTs , I
will Boll the finest located lota in the city for $ -00 cash payment , and long
time on biilunco , to persons who desire to secure homos , nnd I will make liberal -
oral loans to thoho who deslro aid in building houses. Call at once nnd sea
mo at Mubonic Temple , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
C. J. COLBY , Sole Agent.
DR. C. B. JUDD ,
No. OO6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
"WANTED Good Salesmen on largo commission or salary.