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THE OMAJTA DAILY BEE. THURSDAY , OCTOBER 11. 1888.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFI'ICi : . .NO 11 ! IMUltlj STKKUT.
Delivered by carrier In Any 1'nrt of the City ( it
Twenty Cent.1'tT Week.
II. W. TII.1UN MANAOKU.
HrMxr. OFFICK No. 41.
NIIJIIT r.itiToii , No.zi.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Only f 10.80 at Cliapman's art store.
Additional Council Blulls news on the
Grand lullllncry display to-ulRht. Do not
fnll to see it at Mrs. T. U. Louis' , 513 H road
way.A marriage lironhc was issued yester
day to Richard 11. ( JiUons and Miss
Kmina K. Smith , both of 13oomer town-
Clark's O. N. T. ppool cotton and
Marshall'Hlinen thread , the ladies of
Council Blulls have fallen in love with
for its gtitiural cxccllencu in all kinds
of sowiny and fancy work. John Lieno
Work will bo commenced next Mon
day morning platting the Kvans tract
in the western part of the city , north of
Uroadway. The tract ih a quite a largo
one , and the work will raquiro several
The new curbing around the court
house grounds has been completed , and
iiddu much to their appearance. When
the grounds are sodded the external ap
pearances will bo more in keeping with
the internal arrangements of the beau
Klovcn of the loin offered for sale in
Hurke's addition have been sold to
Omaha parties , who intend building in
the near future. Mr. Grimm , of the
World , has purchased a lot in this addi
tion and will build at once a $1,500 cot
The electric lighting plant at the
ttate institution for the deaf and dumb is
not yet in running order , but a test , of
the whole plairt will bo made some time
next week , and it is expected to have
the system in practical operation shortly
Two carloads of slate have arrived for
tbo roof of the now school building.
The contract for this work is in the
hands of the Omaha Slate and Hooting
company. Several men will bo put to
work on tbo job and it will be completed
in about a week.
The heavy rain of Tuesday night prevented -
vented any work being done on the
paving yesterday forenoon. Work was
resumed after dinner , and by noon to
day the paving of Sixth avenue will bo
completed. From there the paving
force of McAdam & Amberg will go to
Seventh iivonuo , which will be paved
between Main and Sixth streets.
The examination of the parties ar
rested for stopping the fast mail train
on the "Q" last Sunday afternoon will
take place Saturday morning. Hightof
the parties have been in-rested , and
warrants are out for two more. The
greater part of the arrested parties are
in the county jail , as but few of them
could furnish bail. The case against
one of them u ill bo dismissed , but the
others will bo held for trial.
Wickham it Co. will begin work Mon
day on the paVing of Sixth street be
tween First and Fifth avenues. Sev
enth street is albO to bo paved between
these same avenues. As soon as these
two streets are paved work will bo com
menced on the paving of the extension
of Broadway between the bridge over
the waterworks settling basin and the
end of the eastern approach to the now
bridge. The entire work will bo fin
ished before the end of the present
The soliciting committee which is
raising money for the celebration of the
opening of the bridge is not meeting
with the success desired , as but little
over the required amount has yet been
subscribed. The next meeting of the
committees will bo hold in Omaha next
Monday afternoon , and it is desired to
have the amount raised before that
time. Omaha has already raised its
part , and the business men are requested
to subscribe liberally for the purpose in
order that the arrangements may not
The intimation made in the Non
pareil that SheriiT O'Neill was starving
the prisoners at the county jail conies
in amusing contrast with the advice
offered by the same paper less than a
year ago , that the feed should bo cut
down bo as to make jail life more un
pleasant. The bill of faro remains the
same as it always has been under Sher
iff O'Neill. Prisoners released from
the jail have frankly declared that they
have been well fed there , and the ap
pearance of those still retained indi
cates that they are not losing any llesh.
It is no easy matter to convince the
public that Sherill O'Neill is abusing
the prisoners in any way.
A certain traveling man who repre
sents a well-known wholesale implement
house of this city , has caused a married
.ady of this city considerable annoy
ance of late , by following her upon the
streets whenever she linppons to bo out
of an evening. The lady , who is the
wlfo of a prominent merchant doing bus
iness on Uroadway , has complained to
her husband , and the indications are
that the drummer will soon find himself
in trouble. The wife wants her persecutor
cuter arrested , but the husband has no
xiso for the courts and will attend to the
Siatter himself. Hots are freely offered
that the traveling man will go out on
Ills next trip with a peeled nose and a
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts fc Co.'s
loan otllco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
E. II. Sheafo & Co. , make long or
short time loans on real estate , in bums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Oflico
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
E. II. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All busincbS strictly
confldontal. Olllco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
"Fraulein Aus Dor Oho played the
JJbv.t concerto , and her performance was
the feature of the evening. She was re
called five times. " Now York Tribune.
Liszt's favorite piano pupil , Adele
Aus Dor Oho , at Dohnny's , next Friday
The finish on our collars , ouffs and
ehirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Laundry Co , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Hear the second act ( the garden
econe ) from Faust , at Dohany's , Fridaj
night , by the Emma Juoh company.
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
'ball-Champ Investment company.
Gallery Boats ( or "Fau&l" 26 .
IVOJIEN AS CIIGRCH WORKERS
'ho Annual Mooting of Tholr Iowa
'ROGRAMME ' FOR FALL RACES.
A Ucst In the Dlnlrlct Court The
Tanners' Insurance Mertlnc
Shipping Convicts Methotllst
Elders Confer Together.
The Iowa branch of the Woman's
Joard of missions is now holding its
wclfth animal mooting in this city. In
haractor the organi/ation is distinc-
Ively representative , being composed
of the ladies who arc foremost in works
of charity and minions. The repro-
cntatives present are from mosit of the
ocicties of the state , both senior and
unior. About bovcnty-livo delegates
The organisation convened yesterday
norning in the Congregational church.
\t 8iO : ! the executive committee met
ind considered the business features of
ho work. At 10 o'clock the formal
opening took place , Mrs. Dr. Magoun ,
of Grinnoll college , olllciating as eliair-
iinii , and Mrs. McLellan , of Tabor , as
At 11 o'clock the question of "Mission
Work in Sunday Schools , " ' was discussed
> y Mrs. Dr. Friableof DCS Moiiies , in
ilaco of Mrs. W. E. Do Kleiner , of
allies , who was absent. Following were
M-esentcd the reports of the vice presi-
lents of the associations throughout the
At 1:15 : p.m. the association recon
vened. Devotional exercises were con-
lucted by Mrs. Dr. Frisbie. An address
of welcome by Mrs. Dr. II. A. Mont-
loinery was responded to by Mrs. Dr.
Magoun. The greeting from the W. 15.
M. I. by Mrs. U. II. Case of Chicago ,
was followed by salutations from repre
sentatives of other societies. These
were the Methodist Kpiscopals by Mrs.
Alexander ; Baptist , by Mrs. Dr. Cooley ;
the Presbyterian by Mrs. Dr. 1'holps.
The treasurer , Mrs. 10. K. Potter , ot
Irinncll. uubinitt"d her report which
showed the association to be in a good
condition linancially. The "Thank
JITorings'1 have more than doubled dur-
'ng the past year. The junior ami juvo-
lile societies have generally increased ,
Hth in membership and power.
The secretary's report was a summary
of the work done by the society during
.ho past year. The organi/ation has
tdopted twelve new missionaries since
'ts last meeting , which promises much
or the future.
At : $ : ! . > Mrs. N. G. Clark , of Grinnell ,
cad the paper assigned to Mrs. 11.15.
Lewis , , of Dubiuiuo , who was absent ,
Does It Pay , ' ' an able discussion
of the work performed by the women in
this particular field. The work already
accomplished ; the grand results ob-
: ained were reasons why the work
'pays ; ' ' why any sacrilico should bo
nado that men may be saved.
The "Young Ladies' Hour" was sot
'or 3:35. : A loiter from Miss Bliss , sec-
: 'etary of the Junior society , was read
jy Mrs. J. Ilarkness. The Junior soci
eties throughout the state reported
through their delegates , which reports
show the condition of the work to
ao most Tailoring. The missionary
uldress by Miss Matio .Tosslyn , assigned
'or this hour , was postponed until the
evening session , and the children's
mooting was hold. A largo number of
.ittlo folks came into the church and oc
cupied the front seats. Brief ahd in
structive addresses wore made by Mrs.
Dr. Magoun. Mrs. Hall , a returned mis
sionary , and others. "What a Penny
Mny Do" was told by Mrs. Hall , while
Mrs. Magoun told the children what
portion of the work they wore expected
LO do during the ensuing year.
At the evening service , the church
was well filled and a most interesting
ession resulted. Rev. G. W. Crofts ,
riastor of the Congregational church de
livered an atTectivc address which was
followed by Mrs. H. Case , who gave a
very inlcrcsling account of the Lon
don conference , or the world's conven
tion of missions , hold last Juno , at
which the speaker was a delegate. The
session closed with the address of Miss
Tosslyn , which was a very elToctivo pro-
Following is the programme for the
sessions of to-day :
U:00 : Devotional exercises. Reports
from vice presidents. Reports of com
10:15 : Prayer hour , led by Mrs. C. K.
Woodruff , Decorah.
11:00 : Question drawer , conducted by
Mrs. L. M. Ross , Council Bluffs.
1:45 : Opening exorcises. Discus.siqn ,
"Mission Bands , " led by Mrs. J. G.
. "Our Periodicals "
Miller , Manchester. ,
Mrs. M. R. Smith , Davenport.
2:45 : Election of olHcers. Question
; i0 : : ! Paper , "Tho Right Use ot
Money , " Mrs. M. L. Kelsey , Grinnell.
1:15 : Missionary address. Closing
The attendance at the sessions of yes
terday was very good , hut this will
doubtless bo increased to-day , as the
work in hand is very instructive and
should be listened to by everyone.
Boots , shoes. Kinnohan's , 32G B'way.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laundry
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Emma .Tuch , the principal soprano of
the National Opera company , as Marguerite -
guerito in Faust , at Dohany's , next Fri
day evening , October 12.
S. B. Wads worth < & Co. loan money.
The Union Park Driving association
has decided to hold a fall trotting meet
ing , November 1 , 2 and 3 , 18SS. Purses
aggregating nearly $2,000 will bo of
fered , and it is expected that there will
bo a large number of fast trotters en
tered. The following is the pro
First day , November 1. 2:35 : trotting ,
purse , $250. 2:28 : trotting and pacing ,
purse , $250.
Second day , November 2. 3:00 : tt'ot-
ting , purse , * 250. 2:40 : trotting , purse ,
Third day , November 3. 2:30 : trot
ting , purse , 1250. 2:23 : pacing , purse ,
$250. two-year-olds trotting and pacing ,
purse , 8200. Ed. Rosewater , Goo Whiz
and Axtel barred.
Entries close October 25 , at 11 o'clock
Purses divided as follows : Fifty per
cent to first horse ; thirty per cent to
second and twenty per cent to third.
Still another barque has been
launched upon the matrimonial sea. Its
occupants are Mr. William A. Grono-
wog and Miss Anna Fox. The bride is
tbo daughter ol Cglooel John Fox , ami
ho groom is the nephew of Senator
Gronewcf , ' . Both are well known in
his city ana deservedly held in high
esteem by all who know them.
The ceremony which united them In
icart and life was performed Wednes
day evening at the residence of the
n-Ide's parents , on Washington avenue ,
ind in the presence of the intimate
riends and relatives of the principals.
At 8 o'clock the happy couple stoou be-
ere Rev. Dr. Pholp's , by whom their
iledgos of love and loyalty were solem
nized. The wedding supper was elab
orate and the presents elegant and mi-
nerous. At the conclusion of the fes-
ivities the happy couple stopped across
ho street into their own house , which
.he groom had prepared for their recep
tion. Thus life is begun with them
radically and auspiciously , and the
jarnest wishes of all friends for their
Happiness and prosperity abide with
Mcettni ; of KldiTN.
The presiding elders of the DCS
Moines Methodist conference held a
nceting in this city yesterday for the
purpose of malting the apportionments
of the money to bo raised for benevolent
purposes for the ensuing year. There
.vero . live presiding elders present T.
McKay Stuart D. I ) . , Clarinda ; C. W.
Blodgett D. D. . Atlantic ; W. W. Ram
sey , Boone ; W. T. Smith , Council
Uluffsand W. II. W. Rees , DCS Moines.
No other business of any importance
was transacted at the meeting
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at onco. Ad-
Ire-s or call on J. R. Rice , No. 110 Main
street , Council Blutls.
Morohoii'-o ft Co. are binding books
in board covers at ! ! oo each.
Will lioso Their Votes.
Deputy Sheriffs Currie and Conner rc-
.urned yesterday morning from Fort
Madison , where they went to take a
quartette of sentenced criminals. The
itllcors left njrain la t night for the pen ,
n charge of four more prisoner- . They
.vero . John Murray , alias ( tli'if-on , John
Lee , alias Clnneey , Thomas Barrett and
W. P. Talbot. ifill require two more
.rips to take sill the criminals sentenced
, his term to the pen.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies , or anything
ofalue at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark V ; Co. , otlice cor. Broadway
ind Main , over American express.
We have no competitors in finishing
collars , cuffs and shirts. Cascade Laun
New mince meats and saur kraut just
received at Tibbitts' .
Tim I'olirc Italcli.
'Squiro Scluir/ disposed of the few
victims arraigned in police court yester
day morning with his usual dispatch.
iJYank Horn , Joe Olinger and Frank
jreen were all drunk's , and they were
taxed $8.10 each. They failed to liquid-
ite , and were slid back into the hole.
Ed Carver and Robert Senior were two
vouthful di-eiples of Jesse James , and
, ho court relieved them of their spare
cash and private arsenals and turned
Rose Lindc , as Seibel in Faust , next
Friday night , at , Dohany's.
Mrs. L. Simmons , dressmaker , 1)14 ) Hroail-
ivay , over Kisomnn's , on electric motor line.
Special advantages to Onmlm ladies.
Reserve your seats for Emma .Inch be-
'oro opera date and save money.
First Ward UepiiWienns.
The First Ward Republican club will
lold a meeting at John Hammer's ollice
to-night , Thursday , October 11. Walter
[ . Smith , A. S. Haxlcton and other
speakers will be present. Every person
ji the ward who intends to vote for Harrison
risen and Morton on the tith of Noyein-
jcr is invited to bo present and assist in
the permanent organi/ation of the club.
SI'nriAIjBilvertlsi'incnts.suchnB Lost , Kounit ,
To Loan , Tor Sale , To Kent , Wants , llonril-
ItiR , etc. , will ho Inserted in thN roluiun nt thu
low rate of TH.V t'KNTd 1'UU UN K for tliu llrsc
Insertion anil 1'tvo Cents 1'er l.tnu for t'.ich sub
sequent Insertion. leave advertisements at
ouroIHro , No. 12 I'enrl Street , near Uroadway ,
Council llluflu Io\r.i.
FOK HKNT or for sale on lonu time -Tho
new house on Cialmm n\eime , beln t ) >
ne.\t iiutisu nlidvo Dr. ( lortlon's ; 4 roomi with
basement. Horace llvcrett.
r for sale in car load lots. Mulholland A : Co.
FOU HKNT Cond house and stable. Just out-
Mdu of city. Apply to Hiir.icc Kverett
FOIl HIJNT-Kuinlilud front room , for gen
tlemen."IN. . Sei'oml street.
" \\rANTIiD Jh'iTylioilv to know tli.it I ulll
T > not bo under.-old In elthnr furnlturo or
stoves. It'u your iifit.'oiiiiKi ) i want , and jniluo
for yourself , t also buy all llrst class IIOUM--
liold poods. No rubbish wanted , A. J. Mamlol ,
Xt ! uml 3'r > llrn.iduay.
"nU'UNISIlUOroom for rent , 117 4th st.
" 171OIIIIKXT Sevan-room eottiiire. on the cor-
-L ner of 3d nve. and nth st.V. . C. .lumen.
HKNT A larK number of good dwell-
lii's ) Call and examlno list. 1' . 11. Sheafo
.VCo. , Ilrondw.iy and Main St. . up st.ilii- .
HOl'SKS for rent. Johnston & Van 1'iuteii.
L WANT COLIN.
TTOH SAT.RHoiiso of ,1 rooms ; closets and
-1 cellar , I.iti'KU lot , go"1 ! born , well ami rls-
tern. Fruit trcos. A KOOI ! lioinc. tiOtl II. 1'lcrco
Bt. , ! J blk to st. cars. tU.lUU ; easy terms.
SAI.K Si-foot lot on thn corner ot
llroaihvay and --'d bt. , only J1JU It taken
FOIt SAU : U-foot lot on ttrondwny In the
llrht block this cm ) of the now bridge to
Omaha ; if sold at once only 417,1.
1710H BAM-I An elegant fi-room cottaRowlth
Jlot 6'ixlfO , ou Harrison bt ; this property Is
worth from VtW ) to t-l.fpOj , but If Fold boon will
Bell for l-&OJ ; good terms.
FOU HKKT Nlco 4-room cottaga on ftli ave.
and 10th bt.ouly ill per mouth.
TO LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
furniture , pianos , jewelry , etc. ; bee mo be
fore borrow Ing elsawhere.
SALE Lot mi20 on 1st nve , near N' . W.
IilOH 1 U. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at J400.
FOIl SAI.i : Lots , houses and lots , and acre
property In all parts of the city ; cheaper by
0 per cent than It can be bought .0 days from
uo\v. Call and examine my lUt before uuylng.
TJ10U SAI.K IS acres on both sides of U. I' , It.
E It. track , M mile w e t of union depot : would
niaVo it tint ; addition to Council UluITborOmaha ,
Only I'M per acre.
FORREST SMITH ,
Koom 4 , 3rd Floor , Drown IJuildlnp.
OFFICER & POSEY ,
ICCBroadwar Council IJluffi , Iowa. KsUblUUed
The Choicest Ground for Resilience in the Western Part of the City ,
Is now platted into Beautiful , Large Lots. About ten minutes ride on the
motor to Douglas street. Omaha. They lie on a level but elevated strip of ground.
About 300 yards from the new motor line to Omaha. Lo-s than 1 } miles from the
Council BlulN postolllco. Nearly twice as large in sj/ ( . in M/O ah- most of the
tiewly plaited lots. Good public schools near by. The proposed Boulevard
bounds it on the north.
ABSTRACT Printed Abstract and Warranty Deed with each Lot.
GRADE Hxamine these 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.
TKRMS To a good class of purchasers a limited number of lots will bo sold
for one-tenth down ; balance in monthly pa\m ' 'its. ' without interest. Apply to
FINLEY BURKE ,
J. J. Brown building , 115 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
POST OFFICE M EAT IMRKET.
Slnniiraciiircrrt nnilVli 1n4nl > Do lors 'n
3SLSTO Olf" A.11 ! KL'
Onlors IT ininly rilled null Delivered.
Nice 5-room cottages , brick foundation , and
all necessary out-buildings.
Only ten minutes walk from tlie new motor
line. Near the
FOR SALE ON THESE TERMS.
APPLY AT ONCE TO
O. J" . nOTjl
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
TELEPHONE NO. 112.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
- | UOlMIKTOItS OK -
COUNCIL BLJFFSANP OMAHA
' . . Pmipr Co. , No. 11U
Cm vi u HIIITS-P. C. nnVnl'&Stjro.No. I OMAII.V Carpenter
rUl Mul llo Iroiulway. 'JVIi-phono No. h7. Uou lns Street Telephone No. M .
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROABWAT. TELEPHONE NO. 260
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal to
The IMI.'Ou Mlmcotrraptii the test npimrutiM for
iniiiilfoUllni. iiutnsniphlc unil typo nntlu.1 work.
3ao copies can bo taken.
The Eseelsior Cs.Council Bluff ; , la.
FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 ,
Under the auspices of the 1' . K. O.
The Emma Juch Grand Opera Co , ,
MISS UMMA JUCH. JUSS HOSA L1NDI ! ,
Tliu Celebrated Contralto
MISS ADKLK AUS DEU Olin ,
LUts1 Favorite 1'lano Pupil , and others , In one
Grand Concert with one entire act of
( IN COSTUME , )
Tickets bought previous to concert date , with
reserved seat , Jl and 76 cents ; day of concert.
tickets tl.M ) and II. Heats on sale Monday after
noon at Camp& Hills' Drug titoro.
sules , Severest cases nured In seven days. Hold
tl.yjnerbox , all dtugKUtu , or by mall from Do-
cutu iiru. Co. , HiVmt St. , N. Y , Full UlrticUouJi ,
AT 4 If I I' . M AT ; i P. M.
AN1 > b 1' . JI. AM ) 8 1' . M.
Royal Arcanum Kail , Beno Block.
urns. MA < ; itM : .
S. STEWART , M. D , , D , V. M.
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telopliono No. 295.
COUMJlIj BLUFFS , : : IO\V
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
151-1 Doimlan St. , Omaha , Nob.
D. H. McOANELD & CO , ,
Hides. Tallow. Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
K ana 823 Main StreetCouncO Blufls.Iow * .
NEW COTTAGES !
Neat and comoclious Five Room Cottages witli
closets , etc , , are now offered
On very liberal terms of payment , thus enabling mechanics , clerks and laboring
men to secure a homo by paying a small payment down and monthly payments to
apply upon the purchase price. Instead of paying rent.
These houses are located botwen
BROADWAY AND AVENUE "A"
And immediately between the electric power house and the car shop' . With
electric cars passing every ten minutes to Omaha , with only 5 cent fares.
For full particulars address mo and 1 will call upon you.
P. O. IlOX 488 , OMAHA , NBU.
JUST PLATTED AND NOW OFFERED FOR SALE
Largo lots ; eas-y of access , with splendid sewerage opportunity. Close
Iiroxiinity to business portion of city , vicinity of good churches and schools , .hint
oil Broadway. Electric motor for all points in city and Omaha every seven min
utes. Easy terms. Perfect title.
-FOU ) SALB BY- (
F. J. DAY , No. 39 Pearl Street.
A. A. CLA11K & CO. , Broadway and Main
J. G. TIPTON , 527 Broadway ,
FRANK COOK , No. 5 Pearl Street.
JOHNSTON & VAN PATTEN , 33 Main Street ,
AND ALL OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS
BL.urr.s , IOWA.
OUR STOCK tn OUR STOCK
LARGER a < , More Complete
THAN W THAN
Ever Before. Wo Ever Before.
401 IIHOAWVAY. o 401 mtOAnWAY.
401 11HOADWAY. 101 IIHOADWAV.
WE CAN YOU CAN
GIVE W GET
Lower Prices Better Bargains
Ever Before. Ever Before.
Hydraulic and Sanitary Hntjinccr. Plans Estimates ,
H . " Spccillcations. Supervision of Public Work. Brown
Building , Council Hlufl's , Iowa.
CIMI TV Dl IDl/C Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115
f I IN LL Y t5U l1l\L" Pearl St. . Council Bluff. . , , Iowa. _ _ _ _
N PHIIR7 Justice ol the I'race. qnice over American Exprcts , No. 419
Broadway , Council Blullb , Iowa.
Law , 1'iactice in the State and Fed era
QTHMC J ? , QIMQ Attorneys
O I UlN L & Ol IVI O" Courts. Onicc-Uooms 7 and 8 , Shugart-Bcno Block ,
Council Blufl's , Iowa.
btl Room0' 1Iouse Jllock' Ccu"dl nlun'b' IoW *
P P HA7FNbtl '
UBXABUBMED 1812 , INCORPOIIAXBD 1878
MASSHJOX , OHIO , MASUFJLCTUllKHS.
Especially Adapted fo |
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators ,
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OPP - : - ENGINES ,
strain . Keitulatlon , inirablllty Ot ar.
Fpeclflcatlons ana estimates furnished for complete plants.
untesd. Can ihow letters from u * r where fuel Kconomr l e\wl \ with Corllsn Nou-Umaensintj ,
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Send lor Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
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