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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1888)
THE ; SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER 20. 1808.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 BTKEUT.
Delivered by carrier In Any Part of the City at
Twenty Cents 1'erWcck.
II. W. TII.10N. . . MANAGER.
HUMNFRS Orncr. No. 41.
NHillT lUllTOIl , NO.UJ.
N. Y. Plumbing company. .
A permit for nn $ SOO residences was Is
sued yesterday to W. W. Pike.
New fall goods just received at Roll
er's , merchant tailor , 810 Broadway.
The McKcnlass concert company ia
billed for a two days' stop In this city
next week ,
A ninrrlngo llconso was Issued yester
day to Peter Mndison and Margaret M.
Hanson , both of Ihls clly.
The shippers of Ihls clly will hold a
inccling at Oio board of Irado rooms at
10 o'clock Ibis morning lo decide on
what slops to take to do away wilh borne
discriminations in freight rates.
The case of Solomon Gross , charged
with received stolen properly , was not
completed yesterday. The testimony of
the prisoner Lockwood was very dam
aging , und was not shaken In Iho least
There wcro but Iwo subjects whoso
cases came up for consideration in po
lice court yesterday morning. R. F.
Tubbs paid 87.GO for si lltllo lusslo with
"Oh-bo-joyful , " and II. Cuughley for-
fcllcd his 'appearance money.
The Norlhwestcrn will run a special
train lo Sioux City to-morrow for the
benefit of iho working people who dp-
sire lo vibit the corn palace , which will
bo open on Sunday. The train will
leave this cily at 7:10 : o'clock in Iho
morning , returning in the evening.
Three boys , Louie Gillinsky , Henry
and Morio Harwich , were arrested ycb-
lerday on complaint of Robert Willoy ,
on the charge of slcaling 25 ccnls worlh
of grapes. The youngsters were given
a hearing before 'Squiro Schuiv. , who
gave them a fatherly warning and sent
The county clerk has about completed
his annual report for the year ending
October 1 , 18b8 , giving the number of
marriages and reported births and
deaths in the county for the year. They
nro as follows : Marriages , 400 ; births ,
187 ! ; deaths , 71. Many births ! and deaths
were not reported.
The democratic flambeau club has
perfected an organlzallon and elected
the following oflicers : Captain , W. E.
Alchison ; ilrst lieutenant , James Bar
rett ; bocond lieutenant , KinmettTinley ;
orderly sergeant , R. N. "Whitllesoy.
The company will appear in the parade
thin evening for the lirst time.
The ease of B. Kupponhoimor & Co.
vs II. Eiooman was on trial in the
United Slates court yesterday. M. M.
Burtlett , ono of Iho jurors was at lacked
wilh palpitation of the heart , induced
by sitting too long in a warm room ,
after having caton a hourly dinner.
IIo fainted. Dr. Bellinger attended
him , and he boon recovered.
Yesterday A. A. Clark & Co. consuni-
mnlcd a real estate deal of considerable
magnitude. They bold \Villiam T.
Ofllco r an undivided eighth interest in
the Babbitl tract. The demand for
Council BlulTs property is as great
among actual residents of Iho cily as
union g transient bpcuulators. In facl ,
all realize that the inevitable future of
the city is buro to make money for all
who hold its realty.
The Flambeau club was out last even
ing for its initial drill , and caused con
siderable merriment among the specta
tors by the lonesome movements of the
members at the start , but they worked
in very rapidly under the ofncient cap
taincy of W. E. Aitchison. With a
lltllo more drill the boys present a
very creditable appearance and will
prove quilo an altraclivo feature in Iho
democratic demonstrations during the
remainder of the campaign.
The line of march for this evening's
parade will bo as follows : The line will
form at headquarters , restinff on Norlh
and South Main , Pearl and Broadway.
The line of parade will bo webt on
Broadway lo Scolt , thence north on
Scolt to Mynstcr , west on Mynstcr to
Eighth , south on Eighth to Fifth ave
nue , east on Fifth avenue to Pearl
street , south on Pearl to junction ol
Main street , north on Main streol lo
" \Vnshinglon avenue , east on Washing
ton avenue to First slrcot , norlh on
First to Broadway , east on Broadway to
Frank street , and counter march on
Broadway lo headquarters of the Young
Men's democratic club , where the speak
ing will lake place.
Travelers ! Slop at the Bochtolo.
The finish on our collars , cuffs ami
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
AVnltlni ; for Sentences.
Sentences will bo imposed Ibis morn
Ing on several criminals who have
cither pleaded or been found guilty bj
n jury during the present term of court
The lol consisls of Frank Illllcrman
larceny ; William Hoffman , larceny
Frank Murray , burglary ; Frank While
larceny ; Herman Borch , assault am
battery ; George Butler , larceny ; Fret
Smith , burglary ; Thomas Barrett , as
sault with intent to commit rape
Thomas Kelley , larceny , will bo sentenced
tonced Tuesday , and Frank Winston
larceny , will bo sentenced next Thurs
day. _ _
For rent Furnished rooms , 710 Wil
llonrtl of Education.
The school board hold a mooting las
evening and look up Iho mailer of is
suing Iho $40,000 school bonds for lln
now building. The bonds were lurnoc
over lo Ihe board by Iho sccrclary , bu
were ordered destroyed owing to ai
error in the printing , and were burnei
in the presence of the board. The matter
tor of electing a secretary nndlroasuro
was not taken up , as it was thought bca
to defer it until after the bonds wor
taken oil the hands of the Ircasuret
Two now apphcnllons for Iho appointment
mont as secretary were received fron
Mr. Hill and Mr. Snow. The board ad
journed until October 11.
For tlio Corn Palnvo at Sioux City.
Sunday , Sept. 80 , a special train wil
leave the Chicago & Northwestern loci
depot at 7:12 : a. in. , arriving atSlou
City nt 11:10 : n. m. Returning will Icav
Sioux Cily at 5:40 : p. m. The corn pa
nco will bo opened on that day.
The jury in the case of Solemn
Gross returned a verdict of guilty. So'
oraan is ono of the two brothers wli
were arrested for having receive
stolen properly , Iho articles conslfalln
of the jewelry taken from the homo <
Joseph Garneau In Omalm lust sprini
Loans made on city business and res
denco property. Notes bought. Kin
ball-Champ Investment company.
Now catsup just received at Fcaron'i
DEATH OF SWITCHMAN ROSE ,
The Court Holds That His C'wn
Carelessness CoijLSod It.
A HUN.TgR ACCIDENTALLY SHOT
Dctnncrntln Convention To-Dny
CliniiKH to be Mndc In the Water
Works Crooks Waiting
husy on Brorulwny.
The work of tearing up the Broadway
paving for the laying of tlio Iron for
the electric motor track will not bo con
tinued beyond the corner of Scott street
to-tluy , in order to leave this thorough
fare in as good condition as possible for
the democratic parade this evening.
The tracklayers are following the ad
vance force very closely , and the old
iron is scarcely torn up until the now Is
In its place. The now iron Is very
heavy , and would answer for much
heavier rolling stock than will bo
placed upon it. The men are laying it
at the rate of a block a day , at the bamo
time lilting the under side of the rails
with a heavy copper wire , for the re
turn I'urrcnt. The rails are connected
every llfty feet by copper crohs wires
which collect all of the current so that
none of it is wasted. The paving force
follows the traeklavors , replacing the
torn up paving. The street will bo in
much better condition after the track
is laid than before , ns the original
rounding up of the street will bo re
stored. The intersections will all bo
put in to-day , to prevent any interfer
ence with travel thisevoning or to-mor
row. _ _
A good article of tea for 25 cents at
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
E. IT. Shcafo < fc Co. , inako long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Ofllco
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Have you noticed the beautiful finish
given collat-s , euflfs and shirts by Cas
cade Laundry Co.
Better Wntor Promised.
The waterworks company's force will
to-day complete the laying of the now
mains ordered some time ago by the
council. On Monday morning the force-
will bo put to work digging a new con
duit from the river to the settling
basin at the foot of Broadway. Several
changes arc to bo made which , when
completed , will insure the citizens
cleaner and purer water than they
would got if the system was allowed to
remain as at probent. Some of these
chajiges are rendered ncccbsary by the
construction of the now bridge and elec
tric motor line.
The bridge comnany has built two
spans of trestlework piling * across the
bottling basin , one for the motor line
and the other for a wagon bridge. In
order to prevent the contamination of
the water by foreign matter dropping
from either of thcso structures , or the
constant jarring of the bed by the fre
quent passing of wagons and motor cars ,
Chief Engineer Birkonbino , of the
waterworks company , has decided to
move the dam of the settling basin to a
point just above the bridges. It was
thought bcht to do all of this work at
the bamo time , and it will bo ( lone in
connection with the anual cleaning out
of the basin and conduit ,
There is quito a heavy deposit of sedi
ment in the conduit and settling basin.
As it would require some time to clean
out both of them , and would pro von t
the company for a time from furnishing
euro water , a now conduit will be dug
parallel with the old one , ana as soon as
the dam is moved and basin cleaned ,
water will bo turned through the new
conduit , leaving the old one to bo
cleaned at leisure. Hereafter the water
will bo turned from ono conduit to the
other whenever the ono in use needs
cleaning. The two subsidiary reser
voirs are also to undergo the cleaning
proccbs , and quite extensive repairs are
to be made. It will require nearly a
month to complete the work of proposed
changes and repairs. This work would
have been done in the summer , but the
consumption of water was then so great
that it was impossible to shut oil any of
Ilavo our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Stone and glass fruit jars for putting
up fruit , also new rubbers , at Fcaron's.
A ledger and journal is something a
man in business has occasion to use al
most every day in the year. Got some
thing neat and to suit your own styloat
Morehouso & Co.'s , No. 1 , Pearl st.
Boots , shoes. ICinnehan's , 32(5 ( B'way.
A good article of peaches , 20 cents per
canat , Fenron's.
Eti Brown , an express driver in the
employ of William Martin , mot with an
accident Thursday afternoon that well
nigh proved fatal. Brown was hunting
at Big Lake with a companion named
Wallace. In crossing the lake they ran
across n , few ducks , and as Wallace was
about to shoot , their dog jumued up
from the bottom of the boat , and in
getting out of his way the gun was accidentally -
dentally discharged , the shot taking
effect in Brown's head. The pair man
aged to got to Crescent station nndcamo
to tliis city on the Sioux City train. Dr.
Bellinger dressed the wound , which is
not fatal. Brown's escape is about as
miraculous as that of Bon Long , who
suffered a similar accident at the same
place a few weeks ago.
E. H. Shcafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
conlidcntal. Olllco 500 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
Mrs. II. Lee , dress making and straw
work. Call and see her.Fifth avo.
opp. court house.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Now nmplo syrup , just received , $1.25
per bucket , at Fearon's.
Ten acres In Council Bluffs , off the
east end of the Ballard 80. Will make
72 lots , sumo ns the Omaha add. , which
it joins on the south. Ninth avonua
driveway to U. P. bridge passes through
the tract. Title clear. One-third
down , balance ono and two years. Eight
par cent. A. V. L.MUMKU.
. , Ills Own Carelessness.
, j The jury in the case of Culver vs. the
Union Pacific railway company returned
a verdict for the defendant , in accordance -
anco with the instructions given their
by the court. The suit was brought bj
the ixdminlstratorof the estate of Georg (
Rose , a switchman who was killed while
In the employ of the railroad compai. .
In their yards n.t Omaha. The claim
was for t2u,00 ( ) damages. The court
ruled that as the deceased was warned
of his danger in stepping before the approaching
preaching train , his death was occa
sioned by his own carelessness , and the
juri was charged accordingly. Mynster
& Li ndt conducted the case for the plain-
tilT , and Wright , Baldwin & Haldano
appeared for the defense.
Full line of shoot music at Council
Bluffs Music Co. , 221 Broadway.
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 vnluo without
removal. All business strictly confi
Good roasted coiTco , 20 cents ; Ar-
bucklc's cotToo , 20 cents , at Fcaron's.
Wo have no competitors in flnishln g
collars , cults and shirts. Cascade Laun
Eager For Honors.
To-day will toll the story , and when
the sun goes down this evening some
body will not fool quite so "flossy" as
they do this morning. The democratic
county convention meets to-day at the
court house , and 123 delegates from ,
various parts of the county will moot
to nominate parlies for the olllces of
county clerk , attorney , recorder and a
member of the board of supervisors.
All interest conlers on the first two ,
ind the situation is unquestionably
quite complicated. The three leading
andidales for county clerk , Diedrieh ,
jhca and Glcnson , are doing a great
deal of hard work. Shea's friends claim
iat ho will bo nominated on the first
ballot by over one hundred votes.
It is positively allirmed that unless
Shea is nominated on the .first ballot hell
ll not stand a gho t of a show , and
much doubt is expressed as to his abil
ity to control over thirty votes in the
convention. Glca on's friends are ex
pressing more confidence than they did
earlier in the light , and hope to hccuro
his nomination. Shea secured the
election of delegates of his own choos-
_ in two of the wards , but it is claimed
that some of thorn are pledged to other
candidates. There is evidently a sur
prise party in store for some one.
The fight for the attornoybhip is be
tween W. II. Ware and W. A. Mynstcr ,
and neither of the candidates is as well
salislled with the outlook as ho would
ike to be.
John Organ , of Ncola , has a small fol-
owing in the outside country , but his
chances are not regarded as particularly
right. There are so many conflicting
.ntercbts , which it is impossible to har-
nonr/.e , that even thobO who are most
amilinr with the .silunlion are unwill-
.ng to hazard an opinion as to the re
sult. The candidates dp not hesitate
, o say that considerable is being spent
o bccuro the nomination , and borne of
the best ward workers of the city are
commanding very good pay for their
services until the close of the conven
D Elegant peaches , by the peck or
bushel , at Fearon's.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies , or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
ublicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , oflico cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Mackerel , $1.35 a bucket , at Foaron's.
Wedded Ten Years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Highsmith cele
brated their tenth anniversary last
evening. This worthy couple have long
been residents of Ihis city , ho being
master at the Union Pacific transfer
yards. The years past have been happy ,
prosperous ones for them and it was emi
nently proper that their arrival at this
milestone in the journey should bo thus
celebrated. The homo at 1714 Second
avenue was thrown open to their invited
guests and the evening hours were
inado pleasant by the social devices and
courtesies which the host and hostess
so well Know how to extend. The en
tertainment provided was liberal and
elegant and the mementoes of the occa
sion given by the friends were appro
priate and much appreciated by the re
Kchool i'or Dancing.
Mrs. Magrano will open classes hero
at Bono's hall in connection with her
Omaha classes , beginning Tuesday , Oc
tober 2 , and moot every Tuesday and
Saturday evenings for adults , beginning
at 8 o'clocK , and Tuesday and Saturday
afternoons for children at 4:30 : p. m. on
Tuesdays , and 2i0 : ! Saturdays.
She lias taught with success and has
had large classes in Omaha for the past
three years. The prospects are she will
have largo classes hero. Address 2,020
St. Mary's avenue , Omaha.
Wait and see what Chapman will say
to you Sunday morning.
The republican primaries , to select
delegates to the county convention on
Wednesday , October 3 , will bo hold at
the following places , on Saturday , Sep
tember 29 , at 7:30 : p. m.
First ward , at John Hammer's ofllco ,
to select six delegates.
Second ward , at the city building , to
select eight delegates.
Third ward , at republican headquar
ters , to select sos'on delegates.
Fourth ward , in the Maxwell build
ing , at the corner of Fifth avenue and
Pearl street , to select nine dologatco.
II. J. CMAMIIKUS ,
Chairman City Central Committee.
Artists prefer the Hallolt & Davis
piano , at C. B. Music Co. , 224 Broad way.
Moving Toward the River.
Monday morning Odoll Bros. & Co.
will begin the orcclion of their now
brick real estate office on lower Broad
way , nearly opposite the water works
pumping station. This is a move which
all of the real estate dealers are com
pelled to make in order to keep up will
the procession , although some of them
are opposed to it , and insist that i
would have been better for all if the
movement had not boon made. F. J.
Day has his office nearly completed.
The deals in dirt in that part of the city
are daily increasing in number and the
real estate men prophesy that inside of
two months property in this city will bo
changing hands faster than at any pre
vious time in its history.
A Festival of the HonHon.
The services at 'tho First Baptist
church to-morrow , morning and evening
ing , will bo a "Harvest Festival. " Dr
Cooley will deliver a sermon appropri
ate to the time in the morning , and in
the evening the Sunday school , witli
the older members of the church , wil
present a beautiful service. The churcl
odlllco is being beautifully decoratei
with grain and fruits , emblematic o
of the season and typical of the various
parts of the exorcises to bo presented
These festival services are very beauti-
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The Choicest Ground for Residence in the Western Part of the City ,
Is now platted into Beautiful , Largo Lots. About ton minutes ride on the
molor lo Douglas street , Omaha. They lie on a level but elevated strip of ground.
About 80(1 ( yards from the new motor line to Omaha. Less than 1J miles from Iho
Council BlutTs poslolllco. Nearly Iwifco as largo in bi/o in sl/.o ns most of the
newly platted lots. Good public schools near by. The proposed Boulevard
bounds it on Ihc norlh.
ABSTRACT Printed Abstract nnd Warranty Deed with each Lot.
GRADE Examine these lots with reference to the grade before buying a lot.
The ordinary price of a lot ib saved on grade nlone if you buy ono of theno lols.
TERMS To a good class of purchasers a limited number of lols will bo sold
for one-tenth down ; balance in monthly payments , wilbout interest. Apply to
FINLEY BURKE ,
J. J. Brown building , 115 Pearl-Si. , Council BlulTs , Iowa.
Tul and will attract a largo audience. A
collection will bo taken , the proceeds
of which will bo devoted to the church
work in the state.
Dr. J. B. Ilnllon , of Rod .Oak was in
the city yesterday.
C. C. Dospaino has returned from an
extended trip to Missouri ,
Mrs. D. W. Foster and son are _ absent
in Dakota , whore they will visit rela
tives for a short time.
H. L. Shepherd and John Pusev loft
last evening for a two days' visit to
Sioux City and the corn palace.
Mrs. Mitchell has returned from Chicago
cage , having purchased a line line of
millinery goods .for . the fall trade at II.
Dr. Macrae was called to Plattsmoulh
yesterday lo attOnd Dr. Livingstone , a
prominent phvsielan of that place , who
is seriously ill.
C. S. McNeal is foreman of the con
struction works on Broadway. Ho is an
old railroad man and thoroughly under
stands his work.
Mrs. Harriet N. Munsell , of Chardon ,
O. , accompanied 'by her son , Mr.
Charles Muiiboll , of Cleveland , O. , is
visitinsr her sister. Mrs. L. L. Amy ,
No. 537 Fifth avenue.
Lieutenant W. R. Dushioll is visiting
with the family of J. M. Palmer. The
military visitor was a classmate of
Lieutenant C. D. Palmer , graduating
with him at West Point this year.
Lieutenant Dashiell is on his way to his
post at Fort Russell , Cheyenne , and
stopped hero to visit his friend's rela
tives , arriving too late to see Charley ,
who left a few days ago for Fort War
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough , " says another whoso son ,
almost blind with scrofula , was cured by
YEM.OW FEVER IN OLDER DAYS.
How the Disease Ravaged Philadel
phia About a Century Aco.
Now York Sun : While yellow fever is
familiar as a scourge of low latitudes ,
perhaps the most startling of ils visita
tions over known in this country was
one from which northern cities chiefly
suffered in the year 1793. At that time ,
starting from the Antilles , it was
brought to Philadelphia and spread to
various parts of Pennsylvania , as well
as lo Now York and oven Massachu-
solts. It appeared in this city
early * in August , and after raging
for a month , principally at first among
the poor , spread all over the town , in
the healthier and wealthier quarters as
much as in others. Dr. Rush , a famous
physician of that day , signulixcd him
self by the skill , courage , and devotion
with which ho combated the disease.
His humanity and heroism were the
more marked , since some of his profes
sional associates quitted the clly during
that terrible season or delayed returning
lo it if already absent. The lack of
competent nurses was also discouraging
to Ihoso who were flghling Iho pcsli-
lonco. The account of it given by Dr.
Rush is still vivid and impressive nfler
Iho lapse of nlnoly-llvo years :
The streets and roads leading from
the city wore crowded with families fly
ing in every direction for safety to the
country. Business began to languish.
"Water slreol , between Market and Race
streels , became a dosorl. The poor
were the first victims of the fever.
Through the sudden interruption of
business they suffered for a while from
poverty as well ns disease. A largo and
airy house at Bush Hill , about a milo
from the city , was opened for their re
ception. The contagion after the second
end week in September spared no rank
of citizens. Whole families wcro con
fined by it. Thdi'o was a deficiency of
nurses for the sick , and many of those
who wore employed wore unqualified
for their business * . ' There was likewise
a great deficiency of physicians , from
the desertion of-some and the siclcness
and death of olhors. At ono time there
wore only Ihreo physicians able to do
business out of their houses , and at this
time there wor probably not loss than
0,000 persons ilVwtth the fever.
A pathetic part of the story records
the effects of t no'cdl ' amity on the spir
its of the people. jWhon it first broke
out Dr. Rush was accustomed to the
weeping of the relatives of the sick ,
whether ho wont to their houses or they
came to his ; but at length "grief de
scended below weeping"and the gloom
of dispalr , or of submission to the inevi
table , was visible. The sight then of a
child tw.o years old that smiled as lie
entered ono house strangely affected
him. The day after that visit ho him
self was attacked by the fever , and upon
his recovery made inquiries for the
child that had smiled , but only to find
that ils father and mother hud since
died. The condition of Philadelphia
The streets everywhere discovered
marks of the distress that pervaded the
city. Moro than one-half of the houses
were shut up , although not more than
one third of the inhabitants had fled
into the country. In walking for many I
, hundred yards low persons wcro met ,
except such as were in quest of a physi
cian , a nurse , a bleeder , or the men
who buried the dead. The hcnrso alone
kept up the remembrance of Iho noise
of carriages or carts in the streets.
Funeral processions were laid aside. A
black man , leading or driving a horse ,
with a corpse on a pair of chair wheels ,
with now and then half a do/.en rela
tives or friends following at a distance
from it , mot the cyo in most of the
btrcets of the city at every hour of the
The scourge reached its climax in Oc
tober , , when 119 persons died in ono day.
The extent of the ravages may bo judged
from the fact that during its presence
about -1,000 persons died out of a popula
tion of 00,000 , not to reckon Ihoso who
recovered. The euggastion occurs that
similar ravages of yellow fever in this
and other northern cities would bo pos
sible to-day but for the modern systems
of careful quarantine and the arrange
ments for conlrolling the spread of the
disease when cases of it nro introduced.
How the Yellow Fever Came to Florida
N. Y. Sun. The first case of yellow
fever in Florida appeared in Tampa.
It was brought ihero by smugglers
from Havana. There is a goo'l deal of
smuggling between Cuba and Florida ,
and it was by means of the light , swift
vessels engaged in that trade that the
pestilence was imported.
The smugglers who brought this
dreadful disease to our shores may have
made something by their trade , but
Florida and the United Stales have lost
rightfully In co nsequenco.
SPECIAL advertisements , such as Lost , Found ,
To Loan , Tor Sale. To ItentVants , Hoard-
ln , etc. , will bo iiiBcrtcd in this column at the
low rate of TEN CKNTS PKH LINK for the ftrtt
Insertion and Kivo Cents Per Line for each sub
sequent insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. No. 12 pearl Street , near Uroadway ,
Council Uluffs Iowa.
FOK TItADR For city property an Improved
farm or Mi acres in Snelhy county , lown , or
will sell on long time. Apply to Horace. Everett.
FOH LKASK-Qoodliouse and splendidpastuie ,
suitable for dairy ; near the city. Apply to
TJ1UUN1SHED room for rent , 117 4th st.
WANTED Young man familiar with the city
to solicit work ; on commission. Cascade
WANTED A thoroughly competent book
keeper. None need apply who cannot f ur-
nlsh recommendations from former employer.
State salary wanted. Address A 31 , lieu olllce.
Council lUuira , la.
ANY one who has real estate they wish to
sell cheap for casli address "Uoal Estate , "
Uco olllce , Council lUulTa.
TT1O11 KENT Seven-room cottnce. on the cor-
I ? ner of 'M nve. and Uth st. W. C. James.
| "CU for sale in car load lots. Mulholland A : Co.
FOH SALE or trade , for city lot. finest
matched family team In state. No. 1IKJ
FOK SALE My entire stock of cook and
heating stoves ; also a full line of furniture
at bottom rock prices. Goods sold on pay
ments. A , J. Mandel , ) and XU llroadway ,
"CTOH HENT A lame number of good dwell-
-C inps. Call and examine list. E. II. Sheato
& Co. , Droadway and Main St. , up .stalls.
T71OH EXKUANOE-A line , well assorted M.KX ( )
JH stock of stationery , fancy poods , Jowelrv ,
etc. , In a thriving town for resilience in South
Omaha. It. T. llryant & Co. , oa llroadway
Council IlluCTs , la.
H 'OUSns for rent. Johnston & Van Patten ,
VI Main bt.
A iO-acro small fruit farm very cheap. Just
Jrx outHldo city limit's , or will < liviilo Into 10
aero tracts to suit uurchasoi. It T llryant & Co
of merchandise to ex-
V T change for city property In Council Illnlls ,
Omaha , \\vsturu land or chattels of any kind.
Wo make exchanging a specialty. It. T. llryant
& Co. , KM llroartwuy. _
D. H. McDANELD & CO , ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
EM nnd 823 Main Street. Council Dlutfs.Iowx
. FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
1514 UouuloB Bt. , Omaha , Neb
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. SOS.
COUNU1L BLUFFS , J IOWA
JUST PLATTED AND NOW OFFERED FOR SALE.
Largo lots ; easy of access , with splendid soworngo opportunity. Close
proximity to business portion of city , vicinity of good churches and schools. .lust
oil' Broadway. Klectric motor for all points in city and Omaha every seven miix *
utcs. Easy terms. Perfect title.
) FOR SAL13 13Y (
F. J. DAY , No. 39 Pearl Street.
A. A. CLA11K & CO. , Broadway and Main
J. G. TIPTON , 5:27 : Broadway ,
FRANK COOK , No. 5 Pearl Street.
JOHNSTON & VAN PATTEN , 33 Main Street ,
AND ALL OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS
COUNCIL , m.urr.s , IOWA.
IN COUNCIL BLUFFS.
To close out the remaining lots in Squire's addition to Council Bluffs , I
will bell the finest located lots in the city for30 cash payment , and long
lime on balance , lo persons who desire to secure homes , and I will inako lib
eral loans to those who desire aid in building houses. Call at once and sea
mo at Masonic Touiplo , Council BlulTs , Iowa.
C , J. COLBY , Sole Agent.
HPIpl/IMDIMC' Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates ,
i DiniMllDl II L. Specifications Supervision of Public Work. Brown
Building , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
FIN I FV Rl IDl/r Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115
F I ll LL. T DU IlIXL" " Pearl St. , Council Bluffl , , Iowa. 4
NCf"UR7 | | Justice of the IVacetf Ofllcc over American Express , No. 419 j
i OVynUrlt.-- Broadway , Council Bluils , Iowa. '
QIIWIQ Attorneys at Law , Practice in the State and Fed era
Ol IVI O" " Courts. Onicc Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugart-Beno Block ,
Council BlulTs , Iowa.
' P HA7FNDcntist' Room 0 , Opera House Block , Council Bluffs , Iowa
ESTABLISHED 1842. INCOIU'OUAXliD 1878
MASSILLON , OHIO , MANUFACTUUEHS.
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted tot
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators.
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFF ENGINES.
Specifications ami estimates furnished for complete steam plants. Hesulatlon , Durability ( Jimr-
auteed. Can show Ictteis from useM nhero fuel Kconomy Is ctjunl with Corliss Nou-Cumlunsluif ,
IIRANCH IIOUSIv , COUNCIL lILUft'FS , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue. E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
TREE OF LIFE !
A positive euro for Liver nnd Kidney troub
les , nil Hlood Diseases , Indigestion , Dyspep
sia , und Sour Stomach , is found In
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE
For sale by local druggists nnd druggists
overywhcro. Price Jl per bottle , six for ? 5.
Add'rcbs all communications to
J. 1C. ,110 OUE ,
Council muffs , la.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal to
TboKdlJOn Mimeograph , the boit npparutus for
manUolillnx , uulocrei'lilo r.u < ] Ijrpe nritlntf wsrk.
3.WJ coplvi can tc luUu.
The Escolsls : CCouncil Elsffs , la ,
HOT WATER HEATING
JOHN OIMIKKT ,
No. fiSil Main Ntrcnt.
Correspondents Mention Tills Taper.
NO , 29 MAIN STREET ,
Latest > 'o\cities In
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
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tCOIJroaiUvar Cojncll llluffc , IO.YO. i :
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