Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 23, 1888, Page 6, Image 6
6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : iTUESDAY , OCTQBElt 23 , ' 188a . THE DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE : . NO 11 ! 1'KAHIj STUKBT. Delivered by cnrrlcr In Any 1'nrt of thoCltya TI w i-nty Cents 1'er Week. II. W.TIM UN . . . .MANAailH. TELKI'IIONKS ! Hupi.sr.sK OrrifK No. 43. NKIHT KuiToii , Nu.SI. MINOlt MBNTIOX. N. Y. Plumbing company. Only SlO.Tfl nt Chiipmnn'n art store. Elegant ovcreoatlnps at A. Ucitor'n , merchant tailor , SHU Hroadway. Best hard and soft coal and Missouri wood. K. E. Mayno , (519 ( Hroadway , HuililiiiK permits amounting to $14,27o have been issued in the past few days. A meeting of the Second ward repub licans will lie held this evening at the olllco of G. M. Hull , esq. At noon yesterday Olllcer Doyle went on day duty and pfllcor Olutsim was transferred to the night force. P. J. Day opened his new real estate ollico on 'Lower Hroadway yesterday morning. W. II. McOrury is the cleric in charge. Several loads of household goods were noticed coming to this city yesterday from Omaha. The great rush lias barely begun as yet. There will bo a meeting of the board of trade this evening and it is desired that a quorum bo present , as important business is to bo transacted. All persons desiring invitations for the bridge opening can secure them by calling at the olllco of the secretary of the board of trade in the Drown build ing.A . A few of the hungry ones are plead ing for roast ox at the new bridge on the day of the opening. It is hardly probable that their desires will bo grat ified. ified.None None of the cases assigned for trial in the superior court yesterday were ready , and with a few exceptions were parsed. It is improbable that any business will bo transacted until after election. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MeCarl died at ( ( o'clock yester day morning from water on the brain. The baby was siclc about a week. The father is a messenger on the Milwau kee. The funeral will take place at U o'clock this afternoon from the Planter's hotel. All friends are * invited without further notice. The electric light swung across Pearl btroct has ceased its daz/.ling. It was really not needed , but a few citizens wanted the street made brilliant , and agreed to pay for it out of their own private pocket-books. One by one they quit paying their assessments , leaving the burden on two or three who got weary and quit. A Swede laborer in the employ of the Chicago , Durhngton & Quincy railway company , had the second linger of hi's right hand crushed ycsterdayafternooii wnllo unloading rails at 'the Kansas City yards in this city. Ho was taken to Atkins' 'drug store where the injured digit was dressed. The finger is badly smashed , but ho will probably retain the use of it. ' \Vickhain & Co. yesterday withdrew their paving force from Willow avenue and put all of their men at work on the paving of Broadway extension , between the settling basin and the new bridge. The work will bo completed this week. The paving is of cedar blocks , similar to that on lower Broadway. Next week work will bo resumed on Willow avenue and on Sixth and Seventh streets. Maggie Mitchell's appearance on a Council BlulTs stage last evening was the occasion , as is always the case when she visits this city , of a general turning out of all the old time theater goers , who have time and again been charmed by this greatest of American soubrottcs. Time has indeed dealt very leniently with her , and she captivates the hearts of her audience as in former years by the perfect naturalness of her acting. May she long bo spared to enjoy the success which is BO justlyhors. Sec W. C. Stacy's ad. Ta do not intend to Indorse any ex cent firtl- rloH ot merit , hut wo tnko pleasure in referring to the " ( lurliuul Stoves uuil HniiKes , wnost ? superiority Is toowi'll establlHliod to bo called In ( ( ueitlon. They lire believed to be im ci ualed by nnv in the world. Sold exclusively by 1' . C. lo ) Vol. Ladies who arc to furnish provisions for the W. C. A. dinner on the 25th , will please leave thorn at the Paclic house between 9 and 10 o'clock Thurs day morning. I'erflonnl Paragraphs. Mr. Will Fisher , of Red Oak , is in the tlty. Ho will return homo to-day. Nixon Wateamnn , formerly proprie tor of the Council BlulTs Reflector , was In the city yesterday , having just re turned from a trip to Minneapolis and St. Paul. Bishop Cosgrovo , of this Catholic diocese cese , is in the city , the guest of Rev. Father MoMenomy , en route homo to Davenport from Weston , where ho hold continuation services. A family moving from the city and needing money will sell their upright piano cheap for cash. First class make. Nearly now , $22o. .Call for live days at Swatibon Miisio Co. , 320 Broadway. A centrally located , finely furnished room to rent to one or two gcntlomon. Must furnish references. Address T. 10 , Bii : : olllco. See Forrest Smith's special column. AVIm Stele the Clock ? Yesterday's police court business was very light for Monday morning , owing to the fact that the majority of Sun day's boocrs had paid their fines and departed rather than tarry in the cooler over Sunday night. The fines were as sessed for excessive boo/.ing. The case of Ir von Landon , charged with the larceny of a clock , was called and four witnesses examined. There was some doubt in the mind of the court , as to the prisoner's guilt , and the case was con tinued until other witnesses could bo summoned. The circumstances point strongly to the guilt of a couple of col ored lads who will bo arrested. Boots , shoes. Kiunohan's , 320 B'way. The finish on our collars , cuffs and lihlrts cunnot bo equalled. Cascade Laundry Co. Gonn For Ills Drldo. Mr. L. M. Finkolstoin leaves this morning on a very happy mission. Ho is bound for Austin , Minn. , whore , on Sunday , the 4th , he is to bo wedded to one of the belles of that place , Miss Lena Levy , un accomplished young lady , who will provo a worthy accession to Council Bluffs social circles. Mr. Finkolstoin is si young man of sterling business qualifications , and his bottling establishment at No. 732 Broadway Is supplying a largo trade. Ho will bring liiibrldo here and they will bo hear tily welcomed . to a permanent residence. - i Masonic temple IB : v veritable fairy bower a. beautiful -placo to spend un hour aud holy u worthy caut > . THE NEWS IN The Brldffo Finished aud Being Made Rotidy For Opening. THE WRECKED HERALD GONE. An Ovcr-ZcntoiiH I'oUocinnu Mistakes an Old Citizen I'mn Horse Thief Opening of the Cathollu Fair The Courts. Clearing Up the Wreck. W. R , Vaughn did not succeed in getting all of the material connected with the Herald olllco across the river Sunday night. The work was about to bo resumed yesterday morning when Sheriff O'Neill appeared on the scene and levied on the remaining property to satisfy aa execution of the district court in favor of the Vannortwlek Paper company for about $400. Mr. Vaughn arrived on the 10:35 : dummy , and lie vowed that there would bo music unless the execution was withdrawn. Ho consulted his attorney , W. A. Mynstcr , and the property was finally replovined , Norman ( Jreen becoming bondsman in the sum of $1,400. At U o'clock the work of removal was resumed , and the cylinder press was started for the Nebraska shore. Mr. Vaughn stated that a suit for $1.500 damages had been instituted against the paper company for delaying the move. Ho also said that ho hail sold the weekly Herald to Messrs. Sholes and Walker , former stockholders in the daily paper , and that they would con tinue it on this side , probably as u pro hibition paper , and would run a job olllco in connection with it. Entirely new material vill bo purchased for it , and the Council BlulTs otlicc of the Herald will bo in the same building. The name of the Herald will be changed to the Daily Intcr-Stato Democrat , which will appear in a day or two. Mr. Vaughn claims to have bought up $800 worth of judgments against the Herald Printing company , all of which arc dated prior to the one of the paper com pany , and says that the latter is of no cartnly account , as the chattel mort gage forestalled everything. There are several judgments against the Her ald but they are probably not worth the paper on which they are written. The property is now in the hands of Mr. Vaughn on Nebraska soil , and will doubtless stay there until he gets ready to bring it back. Mr. Hverett , the land lord , did not take any action. He has received a draft to pay back rent , but he finds himself unable to do anything about the unoxpircd lease. Mr. Vaughn admits that there are several claims against the Herald , but says they are worthless. Wo have quite a number of bargains in second hand and slightly damaged pianos and organs , which wo will renter or sell cheap. LKK MUSIC CO. , 103 Main street. The ladies of the W. C. A. will give a dinner and supper at the Pacific house on the 2oth inst. , the day of the great republican rally , the proceeds to be for the benefit of the hospital. See Forrest Smith's special column. Opening of ( ho Catholic Fair. During this week Masonic temple will bo so metamorphosed that one would hardly know it. The ladies of St. Francis Xavior's church have dressed it in bright colors and each evening attractive features will bo introduced for the edification of visitors. The fair opened last evening , and although not having the "polish" which will charactori/o it later , it was without question a success. Booths here and there , articles of utility and beauty , handsome ladies and merry children all combined to make the scone one of attractiveness and pleas ure. The programmes for the evenings of the week will combine musical and literary features and various amuse ments as well. Heretofore the patron- atro of these bazaars has boon good and this will bo no exception to the rule. Have our wagon will for your soiled clothes. Cascade Laundry Co. Fresh California canned goods at Tib- bitt's , 315 Broadway. Dr. C. C. Hazen , dentist , opera house block. Morehouso & Co. , blank book manu facturers. The Bridge Finished. The new bridge is at last completed. Several loads of goods crossed the structure yesterday coming to this side of the river. The rails for the motor line arc laid as far as the Indian creek bridge. This bridge was completed last evening and the rails will bo laid across it to-day. The laying of the Northwestern crossing was also com pleted yesterday. There are fourteen of them double crossings over seven tracks. As soon as the curves and switches are laid on Broadway whore the line leaves this street at Thirteenth street , the track will bo completed. There is considerable work to bo done iu the next week , but it will bo com pleted in time for the opening. Rock Spring coal , Gleasou , 26 Pearl street. Sec Forrest Smith's special column. Wo have no competitors in finishing collars , culTs and shirts. Cascade Laun dry Co. Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glcason , 12(5 ( Pearl street. Ouns and ammunition at Odoll & Bryant's hardware and steve house. A Police niuudcr. Another case sf mistaken identity led to the detention of an entirely innocent party at the police station yesterday for a couple of hours. W. J. Russell , a well known young man who has lived in this city for the past twelve yoarg , was taken in on suspicion of being the thief who btolo a couple of horses at Underwood Saturday night. Ho readily proved that ho was not the party for whom ho was arrested , and was released after be ing put to considerable inconvenience. Mistakes will happen occasionally , but it seems as though members of the po lice force ought to bo bettor acquainted with parties who have resided in the city for years. Notice the beautiful finish given col lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laundry company. Mrs. L. Simmons , dressuwkor , 314 Brorul- way , over Elscman's , on electric motor lino. Special advantages to Omaha ladies. District Court. The district court opened .yesterday inorning for the hearing of postponed cases , There was 116 business cf im portance to bo Iranpnctod , and tbt day was occupied closing the record. The next term will commence on the ( Uh of November. In the meantime if any cases can bo prepared for trial and both sides are ready , they will be heard. Judge Carson will probably bo on the bench at the next term. The Catholic ladies' fair opened last evening at Masonic temple. You will be well entertained if you go to-night. On the 25th the W. C. A. ladles will pcrvo dinner for 25 cents at the Pacific house. A lunch counter will also bo conducted. Loans made on city business and resi dence property. Notes bought. Klm- ball-Champ Investment company. S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money. To the Trustees of the Council BlulTs and Omaha Chautauqua Assembly : There will bo a board meeting in the board of trade rooms at 0 o'clock this morning. Business of importance is to bo transacted. J. M. OttsiKU , Secretary. PropoHals Wanted. Scaled proposals will bo recei vert at the olllco of Henrv Eiseman &Co."s People's store for the purchase of the building now standing on the east half of the Pacific house property. This in cludes the building known as the "Blue Front , " commencing with the cast wall of said " 'Blue Front" and extending west sixty-seven feet. The building to bo removed within twenty days from date contract is awarded. Bids will bo received up to and opened on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock , October 24 , 1888. Each bid must bo ac companied by a good bond of $2,000 for the faithful performance of the contract. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Copy of contract can be seen Monday , Tuesday or Wednesday at our Ollicc. IlUN'UY ElSKMAX & CO. Lost A small portmonnio containing a $5 bill. $4 and small change in silver , two keys , a paper of measurements for cloak. Finder will bo rewarded by leaving same at C14 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Six per cent money on real estate. Low commissions. F. J. Day , 30 Pearl street. Morehouse & Co. , D. E. lodger ? . Money loaned at L. B. Crafts < fc Co.'s loan ollicc , on furniture , pianos , horses , wagons , personal property of all kinds , and all other articles of value without removal. All business strictly confi dential. J.G.Tipton has bargains in real estate. For Rent Largo furnished front room , with large closet , 809 Sixth ave nue. For bargains in real estate in any part of the city see F. J. Day , the lead ing real estate dealer. 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. , ollico cor. Broadway and Main , over American express. E. II. Shcafe & Co. , make long or short time loans on real estate , in sums to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Olllce Broadway and Main street , upstairs. E. II. Sheafo loans money on chattel security of every description. Private consulting rooms. All business strictly conlidental. Olllco 500 Broadway , cor ner Main street , up-stairs. A Phantom Train. Birmingham ( Ala. ) Ago : "You ask if I have over had an adventure on the railroad that would bo interesting to the readers of the Ago. I could wish you had left that question unasked , for it calls up an occurrence that for fifteen long years I have been doing my best to forget. " The engineer who made this remark is one of the oldest engineers running into Birmingham. His train had just pulled into the union depot , and the re porter had mounted the engine , which was being leisurely run into the round house. The engineer was attired in thorough rough garments common to the guild while on duty. Underneath the tight- fitting cap perched on his head could bo seen a plentiful sprinkling of gray hairs , betokening the decline of life. 'I would like to hear the story , " in sinuated the reporter , as ho seated himself - self in the cab and drew out his note book and pencil , the time-honored though chestnutty earmarks of his pro fession. "Well , you shall have it , although it is something I would willingly forgot. But it seems impossible. Fifteen years ago I was running on the East Tennes see road , between Knoxville and Chat tanooga. The scenery between these two points is grand at points , the moun tains bcintr in sight nearly the entire distance. 1 had loft Knoxvillc an hour late one afternoon in November , and at London the telegraph operator handed mo an order to make up the lost time , as there was a largo southern excursion on board who wanted to make connec tion at Chattanooga for Atlanta. I had always been ranked nsoneof the coolest " mon "on the road , as a man who never got excited , and I once ran over a burn ing trestle without a muscle changing. Yet this afternoon I was strangely ner vous. For the first time in my life 1 dis covered I had nerves. " 'Jack , ' I said to the fireman , 'I am all in a tremor. I am not superstitious , but I feel as if something was going to happen. ' "Jack burst into a loud guffaw. 'Why , cap'n , you nervous1 ! That is too good , ' and ho laughed again. "I said nothing else , but the uncom fortable feeling continued. I did not know it at the time , but I have since found out that even the iron nerves of an engineer must break down some time. Jack , in the meantime , was pil ing up coal in the furnace. 'Cap'n , you are cold , ' ho remarked after a few min utes' intermission. We'll have a better fire and wo'll bo in Chattanooga in a jiffy. ' "The grim November twilight hung over the cartli like a pall. Wo had passed Athens , and with only fifty-six miles to go to reach our destination. For the first time since I mounted an engine I longed for the trip. I was looking straight ahead , whore the iron bands far down the track seemed to unite into a single rail , when I was startled by an exclamation from Jack. 'Cup'n,1 ho screamed , 'look there , my God , look there , pointing with tremb ling hand to tiie east , where in the distance- the mountains loomed up grim and bare in their awful gran- dour. The look of horror on the poor fellow's face was indescribable. But the sight I witnessed as I quickly turned my eves to the east was enough to freeze tfio warm blood which courses through your veins , for there , above the moun tain tops with a terrible distinctness sailed a phantom engine drawing a phantom train. The pulfsof smokocamo regularly from the engine. I could see the glaring headlight , the lights in the coaches , all as plain as if the train was running on the side track by as. I stood there watching the strange sight too amazed to utter u word , how long I can not wiy. but uddonly'it disappeared and I was recalled to myt-'clf by several jerks at the bell rope made by tha conductor. I looked out and saw tliat wo were at Cleveland , " 'What's tlio matter with you ? asked the Conductor , coining to the engine. 'What ill ) you moan by trying to run by Cleveland that way ? Why , man , you look as if you had seen a ghost , ' ho added after a moment , catching a glimpse of my face , 1 looked at my watch and saw Hint it was exactly 0 o'clock. We had made up half an hour , and we pulled into Chattanooga an hour later only a few minutes behind time. From the time of the appearance of the apparatlon to the time wo pulled into the round house at Chattanooga Jiu'k had not spoken a word , but there was a fixed look on his face I did not like. The affair was not discussed between us. Jack was strangely tueoiturn.andto toll the truth , I did not feel inclined to talk about the strange scene in the clouds. "There is not a great deal more to tell. The run to Knoxville the next day was made without anything occur ring worthy of comment , but on the re turn trip to Chattanooga on Friday , two days after we had seen the apparation , at 5:57 : in the afternoon , and two miles east of Cleveland , a wild freight thun dered into us. I raw it too lute to do any good , but I reversed my engine and then jumped. I happened to jump on the rightsido and escaped with a broken linger. But Jack , poor boy , had cho'-on the wrong side and the immense loco motive crushed him to a jelly. I firmly believe that the accident happened at the very spot where Jack first saw the phantom engine and at the very minute , although two days later. Poor Jack , the discoverer of'that wonderful sight , the warning was evidently intended for him. " 1 did not make another run on that fated line. I asked to bo cxeus-ed from duty pending the investigation made by ollicials into the accident , and on the day the investigation was concluded and I was oxhonorated from blame I walked into the superintendent's olllco and asked for my time. " 'You needn't feel badly about that accident , ' remarked the superintendent , kindly. " ' 1 don't , ' I replied , 'but my nerves arc shattered and I want to change my location. ' "I saw a smile on the superintendent's face as I mentioned my 'nerves , ' but he gave me my time without aord. . I spent live years in the Rockies in the vain attempt to drive that picture from my mind. Finally I came back cnstbut th'o photographic camera could not fix an object more firmly than did the phantom engine in the mountains of Tennessee fix itself in my memory. I am only forty-five now , but you can sco how gray I am. My hair was not turned white 'iii a single night , ' as the novel ists toll , but in a few months after the occurrence the change was olTccted , as I used to think and worry over it a good deal , and that. two. when I was only thirty years of age. " For some minute's the engine had been standing still in the yard , but the re porter did not notice when it stopped.M ) thrilling was the veteran engineer's story. It's as plain as a tpiko staff that any article of pastry or food flavored witli adulterated flavoring cannot possess the wholcbomcncsa or agreeable flavor of one in which a strictly pure fruit extract - tract like one of Van Du/er's has been used. The flavoring extracts prepared by Van Du/.er & Co. are from sound fruit , highly concentratedcontain moro than usual quantity and are therefore doubly economic. rThcir flavor is sup erb. Grocers everywhere sell them. A Pathetic Herder Funeral. It was a touching sight to sco how the boys stood around the dead body of Briggs and endeavored to hide emotion and failed. The tears ran down the face of Arkansaw Bob like rain off the gable end of a corn-crib , and Ted Wil liams and Jim Henderson and several moro bowed their heads while their forms shook with the sobs they would not allow to escape. The boys dug a grave on the banks of the Bra/os river , and that night as the clouds drifted away and the moonlight fell upon the snow-covered ground and sparkled the ice-laden limbs of the forest trees , wo Inirt poor Briggs down in his narrow resting-place. The only requiem that was sung was the roar of the turbid Braxos as it surged along on its wav to the sea a mass sung by nature. Wiien the grave had been filled Jim Hender son said : "I think wo ought to have some kind of service. It ain't right , by a darn sight , to go away without bay In' sointhin' the follows over grave any you lows got a BibleV" Noono had a Bible , nor had any one seen one in a number of years. "Well , suppose some ono says a sort of prayer ? " The boys scratched their heads , glanced at ono another for a momentand then looked away off into the woods. Finally some ono whispered. "Sisli ! Arkansaw Bob's goin'to pray , " and ho did. "O , Lord ! " lie snid ; "I RUCSS in your opinion I'm pretty tou h , but I nin't askln' mull in for myself it's for Brings. Ho is dead now , but was as white a man as over walked. Ho never did no mnn a hurt , and lie luul a heart in him us big as a mule , ami no ono as I've ' heard ever said a word u in him. I don't know us what I say will have much influence , but Uriggs stood well with us down hero , ntul although I don't know much about his career , or his history , or his family , ho was a man you could bank on every clutter. Ho g.-.vo a sick Mexican 4.50 once for medicine , and then turned right around and nursed him through a fever , but the infernal Greaser hadn't been well rnoro'n two days before ho stele Hrnrg's saddle-bags. Ah I Lord , thcro nin't any preacher nowhere 'round here wo'd had him , or to say some- tiling moio p'inted to you than lean say it. I never pattered any with the Uiblo , and can't Just remember a hymn song , but I'm a man of my word I mean what I say and Uriggs , if ho gets a chance , will make a good record in heaven as any one that ever got there. Ho hml , away down in his heart , something that was square and as true as steel and , O , Lord ! you mustn't go back on that Itliul of n man , 'cause they're tooskecrco in these parts > Amcu. " The prayer was as rough as Bob , but no moro sincere , as was evidenced by his tearful eye and trembling lip. After the prayer , the boys ranged themselves on ono side of the grave , and , drawing thojr bix-shootors , fired a salute over their dead comrade , and while the fiharp roports'woro still echoing through the forest , they turned and loft the scone. Lee CAIIINS are not recommended as model habitations for modern people. But Warner's Log Cabin Sarsnparilla and Warner's "Tippoca- noo" are the simple but effective compounds which enabled tlio rugged pioneers to maintain health , and can bo safely recommended to all. S STEWART M D D V M , , , , , , , , ITl'IMRY ' SURGEON HOSPITAL 15 FOUETH STREET. Telephone No.1)5. . COUXlillj DIjUFFH , i ; IOWA FOUNTAIN FINE CUT A.ND FIAJQ- * " Incomparably Xh * Bait. _ THE FOLLOWING ! ABE A FEW OF -THE BARGAINS- ) I CAN OFFER 311 ( FRUIT AND VEGETABLE FARMS- 3 ACI.S ( ! Within city llinltc , Miiall house , 1,000 Krnpc vines , JI..MU. . ACIus : tt ithln city llmlK good liouo nnd ltiilro\viiiiint. ) ' . W.liOii. C ACH1.S Adjolulnc city lluilt . KOOI ! liottn1. AH In inmll fruit , f'l.wrj. HMCHI.'S AUjolnlnir < ltv limits ; two tory limiuMuull ; nulls iu abundance , f iOW. 30 ACHKS- ! . ' ! , miles from 1 . O. . nil Improved ; , . . . . house nnd burn , WitA ) . tOAClll.S-4 miles from I' . ( . . nil Improved ; liouso nnd barn. ( W.MK ) . I'rlces will KO up nfUT the brldue la opened. SUALIiS-uti6 ( : ( ) ( lint nrnr Oinnlia , will nmko clmtco addition for plnttlnK. W. C. STACY , NO. O MAIN ST. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. Sl'KCIA f , nclvcrt Iscmonts , such ns toit , Found , To Lonn. Tor Sale. To Kent , Wnnts , HoardIng - Ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at the ow r t of TIN : CUNTS PEH UNI : for the rim Insertion nnd Five Cents I'cr I.lne for each suit , aecinent Insertion. I.envo Rdvertlii'iiieim nt our office. No. 12 I'enrl Street , near llroudwny , Council IUulTs Town. WANTS. WANTED-nty canvassers. Cull Kt White cowing machine otllce , 303 Hroadway , Council IIIulls. I71OH HUNT A f mulshed room , miitablo for X' two gentlemen , ground lloorery centrally located. Applicant must gho reference. Ail- dicisT. II ) , lleo olllco. "IITANTKO A competent abstractor. Art- dress , w 1th references , J lit , lice office , Council IllnllH. WANTr.O-Mnttress makers at C. A. Heeuo A Co's. FOH KiNT : or for sale on long time -Tho new house on Cinhuin avenue , being the next hoii-ii above Or. ( iordou's ; 1 rooms with basement. Horace Uverett. Tl'K for sale In car load lots. Mulholland & Co. FOH KINT : Good house nnd stable. Just out side of tlty. Apply to Horace i\erett : FOIl HUNT Furnished front room , for gen tlemen. ! iN Second Ktreot. TJIOIl HKNT Seven-loom cottaue. on the cor- i1 ner of Id ! nve. aud l th ft.V. . C. James. FOH Itl'NT A largo number of good dwell ings. Call and examine list. P. . H. Sheafo A Co. , Hroadway aud Main St. , up stairs. HOUHKS for rent. Johnston &Van Patten 5 Main st. FOR SALE House ofS rooms and two lots on nth avenue north of the transfer. Will taku (1,000 for thin , one-half cash. ITUm SALE A tine corner In Plerco'i addition -f just north of the transfer , on 7th avenue and 18th M , utxD ) ft. , tm FOH SAI.K-House and lot north of II. 1' . transfer cheap at JtUO ; Jl'OU cash aud (23 per month. FOH HAI.E Lot 44x130 on 1st HVP , near N. W. It. H. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at HUO. FOH SAI.C-13 acres on both sides of U. P. 11. It. Hack , 'i mile west of union depot ; would make a line addition toCouncll HluIIs or Omaha. Only t"M per acre. "TTIOH SALE An elegant 6-rootn cottage with ilot fiiixiro , Harrison - - on M ; tlilspiopettyis worth from * 1,000 to H.fiOO , liut 1C sold soon will tell forf..OOJ ; good terms. Foil HUNT A line new eiqiit-ronm house at No. 018 4th avenue ; bath room , closets and all modem Improvements ; nlco largo pleasant yard. This place Is ouly a.blocks from dummy depot. FOH HF.NT Nice 4-room cottage on Ethavo. and lUtli St. , only til per month. TPO LOAN Money to loan on hordes , cattle. JL furniture , pianos , Jowtlry , etc. ; doe me be fore bonow Ing elsewhere. FORREST SMITH , Hoom 4 , 3rd Floor , Brown IJuilding , TREE OF LIFE A positive euro for Liver nnd Kidney troub les , nil Blood Diseases , Indigestion , Dyspep sia , uud Sour Stomach , is found in MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE , For sale by local druppists and druggists everywhere. 1'rice if 1 per bottle , six lor f5. Address all communications to on. J. u. moonn , Council Dluflfc , la. DYE Wois NO. 29 MAIN STREET. Lnlcsl Xou'lHos In HUMAN HAIR GOODS MIKS. C. I. GILIF/TT . ooA.I.I ! ROCK SPRINGS , CANON CITY , And All Fine Grades of Coal. COUNCIL BLUFFS LUMBER CO , TELEPIIOXK NO. 357. D , H , McDANELD & CO , , Hides. Tallow , Pelts , Wool and Furs. Highest Market Prices. Prompt Returns. K nd KS Main Htreet.Councll Uluffa.Iowa. FOR SALE ! A Complete Stock of COOK and HEATING STOVES Ijowerthan tlio lowest goods sold on easy pay ments fit Cusli 1'rlccs. For ttio accomodiitlon of Worklngmcn , I will kfcpopen Sunday from 8 n. in , to 1 \i \ , in. Kor Second Hand Goodiin ( 'ood order I will pay full value , bpcclal Inducement to Omaha Customers. A. J. MANDEL , No * . 'J23 uud 325 Uroudwaj. NEW COTTAGES ! Neat aud contortions Five Room Cottages witlj closets , etc. , are now offered FOR On very liberal terms of payment , thus enabling mechanics , dorks nnd liiborlnff men to fcecuro a homo by paying Hinall payinont down and monthly payments ta apply upon the purohiit-o price , Siihtciul of paying rent. Thefco houses nro located bolwcn BROADWAY AND AVENUE "A" And immediately between the electric power house and the car shops. WitU electric cars passing every ten minutes to Omaha , with only 5 cent fares. For full particulars address me and I will call upon you. . FITOH , P. O. BOX 4H8 , OMAHA , NUB. A HOME ON SEVEN YEARS TIME WITHOUT INTEREST. Nice 5-room cottages , brick foundation , and all necessary out-buildings. Only ten minutes walk from the new motor line. Near the NEW POWER HOUSE , COUNCIL BLUFFS. A FEW ONLY LEFT FOR SALE ON THESE TERMS. APPLY AT ONE TO O. CT. . CT.MASONIC MASONIC TEMPLE , COUNCIL BLUFFS. TELEPHONE NO. 112- KSTAI5Ijl.suKl ) IHlii. INCOUI'OUATEI ) 18T8 CO. , JffASSILLON , OHIO , MANUFACTURERS. Especially Adapted for SIZES FROM 25 TO 300 ELECTRIC HORSE LIGHTING , HORSEPOWER POWER , Mills and Elevators * AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFF ENGINES. Specifications nnd estimates furnished for complete steam plantM. TteKulatlon , Durability Guar anteed. Can show letters from ustrs where fuel Economy Is equal with Corliss Non-Condensing , 1SKAXC11 HOUSE , COlhVCII , KLUI'FS , IOWA. Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. | / | | | _ _ Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates , . D IRIX MIDI lit. Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. Browri Building , Council Bluflb , Io\v . FIMI CV DHDl/IT Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115 rllNLLl DUimL . , , . Pearl St. Council Bluffs Iowa. j * Justice ol the Peace. Ofllcc over American Express , No. 419 NCrLJMD7 " Broadway , Council Bluflb , Iowa. J Attorneys at Law , Practice in the State and Fed era &QIMQ " " Courts. Onice Rooms 7 and 8 , Sliugart-Beno Block , Council Blufls , Iowa. / > p H A7FN1)enlist | Koom ° ' ° Pera House Block , Council Bluflb , Iowa' CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY. NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260 DR. C. B. J U D D , MANUFACTURER OF ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES. No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa. WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary. WANTiitOCAL. . AX1 > TltAVJULINCJ AOCVI'S ON COMMISSION The "WHITE" Is King. This Is the verdict of nil ladies who have used the White Sowing Machine. Sco it before buying any other. OFFICE , U05 Middle IJroiuUv.ij. . J , ffl , dROWN | DANCING CLASSES. TUK8DAY BATIIKDAV AT 4:30 : P.M. AT 3 P.M. AND H P. U. ANU B P. M. Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block , MKS. THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER. PRICE $15 , Is equal t3 any High Priced Machine. TUe Kdl oa MlmcosmplJ. tie | tvit njipurntus for unulfololny , autographic unit lyi'e ' Wntlni ; work. J.COJ coptet cm b taken. The Ezctliitr Ce. , Council Bluff : , I * , FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED MILLINERY 1514 DoiiRlaa St. , Oinnhm , Neb. OFFICER & PUSEY. BANKERS. Council Uluff * . Iowa. 147 . ' '