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.THE OMAHA DAILY BEEf < SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27. 18Sa
THE DAILY BEE.
OFF1CK. NO 11 ! PKAflb BT11KBT.
Delivered by carrier In Any I'nrt of the City a
Twrnty Cents I'erWwk.
II. Vf. TJI.TON. . . MANAOEK.
TU'FlNr.Ffl OrncK No. 43.
MINOU MENTION. .
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Only I10.7fi nt Chuiimnn's nrt store.
Elcirnnt overcoatings at A. Itcltor's ,
merchant tailor , all ! Urontlway.
Best hnrd and soft coal and Missouri
wood. E. E. Mayno , 010 Broadway ,
' The P. Oi B. will meet at Miss Rockwell's ,
ori Third avenue , this uftcrnoon at ! 1 o'clock.
There is ono divorce case to come up at the
next term of court. That ls the case of Anna
IJolte vs Henry Uoltc.
W. J. Scolcn has sold his livery stable. 230
' Broadway , to Mr. A. M.llutchlnson. The
hill of salu was filed yesterday.
Mrs. W. W. Chapman and Mrs. F. D.
Moore walked over the new bridge Thurs
day , being the first ladles to cross that struc
The funeral of Mr. N. tiding , the man who
was killed a few days slncu by a landslide at
Big Luke sand bank , occurred yesterday
A centrally located , finely furnished
room to rent to ono or two pontlomon.
Must furnish references. Address T. 10 ,
Yesterday was the last day of service of
cases to como up for the next term of the
district court , which convenes on the Cth of
The trades display next Tuesday promises
to bo an elaborate and attractive one. Al-
rcr.dy it Is difficult to find any horses not en
gaged for that iloy.
Among the business places decorated
Thursuay evening were none more worthy
of mention than the houses of the New York
Plumbing company.and Hi Balrd.
The prediction Is made that on Tuesday
next , tlio day of the'brldgu opening , thcro
will'bo more people in Council Bluffs than
were ever seen in this city ou any occasion
Judge Thornell opened an adjourned term
of court at Avoca , Thursday. The term will
continue until until the middle of next week.
The cases to be tried are all on the law and
A plat of Evans' brldgo addition to the
city of Council Bluffs was filed yesterday
With the county recorder. It embraces the
tract of land between Avenue A and Avenue
H , and Twenty-eighth and Thirty-second
The Fourth ward democrats met at the
court house last evening to organize a club.
The attendance was not particularly Urge ,
as the greater part of those who should have
been present were attending the meeting in
the Third ward.
The democratic club of the Third ward
held a meeting at Lacy's hall on South Main
street last evening. McFVdden's martial
band discoursed its liveliest music , and the
disciples of the great unwashed party tried
to work themselves Into a frenzy of enthusi
asm. Senator William Groncweg addressed
James Hosner objected to stepping back
out of the way of the parade Thursday even
ing , and tried to raise a racket. Bo was ar
rested and locked up for disturbing the peace.
Bo was arralgni'dfor trial yesterday after
noon. Bo pleaded not guilty , and had his
case continued until this afternoon to enable
him to secure witnesses.
The music lovers are promised a treat at
the Congregational church on Thursday
evening of next week. Among the special
attractions will bo the presence of Mrs.
AVadsworth , of Lincoln , who , during her res
idence here , was such a favorite singer. She
will give several numbers. A very fliio
programmo IB being arranged.
Ivanhoo commandcry will act as a mounted
escort for Governor Larrabco on Tuesday
next , having received special dispensation to
perform that duty from the grand com
mander. It Is hoped that members of the
commandcry living in adjacent towns and all
visiting Sir Knights will report for duty to
the eminent commander at once.
Mr. T. J. Evans , general manager of the
Omaha and Council Bluffs bridge company ,
states that the new bridge will bo
thrown open for travel at noon to-day. Six
teen of the new cars arrived yesterday over
the Northwestern and were unloaded at the
Broadway depot. It is expected to have the
motor line in running order and in success
ful operation on Monday next.
QThe large float of the Young Men's repub
lican club In Thursday '
evening's parade at
tracted considerable attention and excited a
great deal olcomment. On one side was rep
resented a caged lion and workmen passing
quietly on their way to work. This was
headed "Protection. " On the other , repre
senting "Free Trade , " was a liberated lion ,
a broken cage and the angry beast was drag
ging some of the workmen to the earth , and
the others were fleeing as fast as possible. It
was a elcar exposition of the merits of the two
sides of the tariff question , and many a
laboring man , previously in doubt of the
matter , decided that ho would rote to keep
from under the lion's paws.
Sco W. C. Stacy's nd.
We do not Intend to Indorse any except nrtl-
ties of merit , but we take pleasure In referring
to the " ( lurlnml Stoves and Illumes , whoso
euperlorlty Is too well established to bo called
In question. They nro believed to be un q ualed
by any In the world. Sold exclusively by 1' . O.
I Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
Attention , Sir Knlghtf ) .
All Sir Knights of Ivanhoo Com-
mandory , Knights Terdplur , are hereby
biimmoned to meet in their asylum this
( Saturday ) evening at 7:1(0 : ( o clock , to
make arrangements to act as an escort
to the governor of this state on Tues
day next. Visiting Sir Knights will bo
welcome. By order
T.J" . MACKAY , E. C.
The baby show at the Catholic fair is
a big success. See it to-day.
On the 30th the \V. C. A. ladies will
eorvo dinner for " 5 cents at the Pacific
house. A lunch counter will also bo
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts Se Co.'s
loan oftlco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of vuluo without
removal. All business strictly con 11-
For bargains in real estate in any
part of the city sco P. J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
Money loaned on fuinituro , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Personal Paragraph ) ! .
James Mitchell , of the Thomson-Houston
Electric company , of Chicago , is in the city.
Mrs. Wodswortb , of Lincoln , is in the city
and will remain with friends here until after
the concert in which she is to appear , iioxt
Al Noack , who has been making Omaha
, Ills homo for a year and a half pastAhas re
turned to the Bluffs , intending to again make
this his residence.
Governor Lnrrabco , wlfo and daughter are
expected to arrive in the city on Monday next ,
and during their stay will bo the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Everett.
Colonel A. T. Whittlesoy , until , recently
editor of the Globe , has accepted a position
as editorial writer for the Inter State Demo
crat , the latest Journalistic venture of W. U.
Vaughn , and will enter upon his now duties
at onco. He will continue to reside on this
E. H. SheafoA Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Qfllco
iind Main street , uyitairt ,
CROOKS WORKING THE BLUFFS
They Blow n Safe Whllo a Pollco-
man Stoops in the Room Above.
SEVERAL OTHER BURGLARIES.
Ucputnicnn Township Convention ToDay -
Day Uow Over Cattle-Wild Shoot
ing In a llnll Hooni Personal
and Brief Items.
The UurslarR Were Busy.
The thousands of strang'c'rs in the city
Thursday evening packed the streets so that
complete police protection was impossible.
The police force was absolutely powerless ,
although Chief Lucas Kept all of his men on
duty until after midnight , and they worked
as never before to'cover the entire city and
protect persons and propsrty. Crooks
flocked to the city In largo numbers , recog
nizing the great chances offered them for the
successful pursuit of their nefarious schemes.
The alleys , as well as the streets , were filled ,
, nd it was well nigh impossible to make any
.eadway . through the business part of the
At the lowest calculation over 20,000 pcoplo
were packed into the business streets , leav-
ng the residence portions of the city com
paratively deserted , offering unusual advan
tages for plundering. It is hardly probable
, hat all of the attempted burglaries have yet
While the family of Mrs. McKuno were
absent from their residence on First avenue ,
watching the parade , ' the house was entered
"ly the lawless prowlers , who ransacked the
jntiro building for valuables. Beds wore
; orn to pieces and piled in heaps
m the floor. The burglars evidently thought
, hat the beds concealed the articles
.hey sought , ' as the bedding was all
.hroiighVy scarchedj'nnd left looking decid
edly the worse for wear. Thorn was some
rioney "concealed In the house , but it es-
lapcd the notice of the plunderers. They so-
jurcd a silver watch and chain , cuff-bottons ,
breastpin , etc. , but their booty was rather
They also visited the residence of Frank
Stubbs , on South Efghth street , receiving
; wo overcoats and some other clothing be
longing to that gentleman.
The heaviest work done by the burglars ,
ivho were evidently skilled cracksmen , was
at the hardware store of Odcll & . Bryant , on
South Main street. Entrance was effected
by prying up a rear window. The chisel
used for the purpose was broken , and was
left on the spot. It showed that the catch
had withstood a heavy strain before yield-
ng. The safe was not locked , but tliey
lithcr thought that it was or locked It thcm-
jolves in trying to open it. They drilled a
hole in the door to strike the combination
nd then blew it open. The door was com-
iletely shattered and blown against the wall
A the building. The cracksmen found noth-
ng inside to reward them for their trouble ,
iverlooking a few paper US-cunt pieces. The
mly things missed are three cheap revolvers.
H. F. Field's hardware store next
door was also entered in the
same manner , but the safe was not
nolestcd , and only two revolvers were
, akcn. Officer Thomas occupies the rooms
jvcr Odcll & Bryant's store , and was awak
ened by the shock made in blowing the safe ,
but attributed it to a cannon cracker , ns they
liad been exploding In that vicinity all the
jvcnlnir. Bis wife thought that it was pro-
iluced by burglars , but "Dave" had been on
; luty for eighteen hours , and hardly thought
that there was anything suspicious about the
noise and went lo sleep again. If the burg
lars had only whistled to him to let him
know what was going on ho would have
made a neat capture , but they didn't do it.
The gallant "cop" is very sore from the se
vere kicking ho gave himself when he arose
Several parties who stayed out rather late
were followed on their way homo by sus
picious characters , and presence of mind and
plenty of nerve is all that prevented a num
ber of cases of highway robbery and sand
bagging. Thcro is a general feeling of satis
faction that no more serious losses are re-
jx > rted. Considering the number of crooks
who were In the city the showing is very
good , and the citizens escaped very fortu
nately. The need of a larger police force
was clearly demonstrated , and it is hoped a
move will bo made immediately to increase
the number of the city's guardians.
Dlllinoisand lowu best soft coal , Glca-
son , 20 Pearl street.
Guns and ammunition at Odell &
Bryant's hardware and stove houso.
Notice the beautiful finish given col-
ars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
Odell Bros. & Co. loan money on real
Rock Spring coal , Gleuson , 20 Pearl
How a Policeman Celebrated.
Celebrations , with all the fringes and fur
belows , como high and are attended with
more or less danger to the aforesaid fringes.
At least ono man found it so last Thursday
night. Ho came from South Omaha , so he
said , and his uamo was McCrackcn , so ho
said ; and ho was chief of police , so ho said ;
in fact ho said several other things which
would not look well in the public prints.
In company with a local correspondent of
an Omaha paper and a female , which the
aforesaid ofllcial claimed to be a respectable
lady of Omaha , and a young man of this city
who ought to have been in better company ,
ho took a hack here and proceeded to take in
the town. In their rounds the "cop" con
fided to ono of our own "finest" that ho
wanted a "side room , " etc. , where
the respectable lady could bo taken ,
etc. After several rounds of drinks ,
etc. , the party decided to discharge
the hackman and hoof it awhile. The hack-
man would not go without his hire and the
party refused to pay. The police wore noti
fied , and while the chief was coming the
Omaha parties skipped out. The patrol was
ordered out and the chief overhauled the
party just this side of the bridge. A confab
ensued but the party would not pay , so they
were brought back to the city. After a little
skirmishing a friend was found who had
1.00 that ho could spare , and the party was
released. This was accompanied with the
usual pleasantries of such occasions , and
amid volleys of profanity and obscenity ,
threats of "licking the " the
party separated. The final scone occurred
on Broadway and at a time when hundreds of
pcoplo were passing. A night in the cooler
and the usual tine for drunkenness and dis
turbing the peace should have been given the
Fresh California canned goods at Tib-
bitt's , J145 Broadwayj
Dr. C. C. Hazen , dentist , opera house
Morchouso & Co. , blank book manu
First avenue lots for sale at a bargain.
Odoll Bros. & Co
Cnamauquu ItulUncn. |
Dr. Gillette , of Cincinnati , who has boon
secured as superintendent of instruction for
the Chuutauqua assembly , was hero yester
day. At the board of trade rooms ho held a
conference with some of the officers of the
association as to the plans for buildings , etc.
It was decided to secure , If possible , dupll
cato plans of the main building of the Pied
mont assembly. This building has a seating
capacity of 0,000 , and is very conveniently
arranged. It is of amphitheater form , am
can bo built probably for $3,000 , so that it
will answer all the purposes of summer gath
crings. It is a unique appearing structure in
many respects. It is proK | > sod to get the
plans as speedily as possible and have the
site made ready this fo.il. Contracts can
then bo maiio so that the building can bo put
up early in the spring.
Other buildings wll } be required , but this
In the moit important one at present.
Dr. Gillette left last evening for Minneapo
lit. HewlllvUit Council Bluffs from time
to time , ns advice and opinions are needed.
Mr1. J , C. Hnrknoas , the general mnmigor ,
being here all of the time , looks closely after
all the Interests of the association , BO that
the work will bo pushed along as rapidly as
possible in al' ' departments.
Wo have no competitors in finishing
collars , uullsand shirts. Cascade Laun
Boots , shoes. Klnnohan's , 320 B'way.
The finish on our collars , cuffs and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
See the triplets at the Catholic fair
to-day. Ten cents admits you.
A family moving from the city and
needing money will sell their upright
piano cheap for cash. First class make.
Nearly new , JSiW Call for five days at
Swanson Music Co. , 3SX ) Broadway.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
In Police Court.
Judge Aylcsworth did aland office business
yesterday , both In police court and issuing
naturalization papers. The morning grist of
evil-doers was disposed of as follows :
Frank Trimble , drunk , $7.tX ) . The amount
was added to the already largo sum of money
owing by this confirmed boozer to the city.
George Wright , drunk , fT.tiO.
Hobert Morris had Minicicntly recovered
from his attack of delirium trcmens to be
sent to Jail for thirty days.
Sarah McUcc. Mary MeCarty and P. N.
McBco were charged with disturbing the
. had in free-for-all
peace. They indulged a - -
fight at the corner of Avenue D and Twenty-
third street , and were each mulcted in the
sum of flu.
M. F. Lewis was charged with assault
with intent to kill. Bo Is the fellow who is
said to have done the stabbing in the case of
Jitn Bradley , the electrician of the fire de
partment , on the preceding evening. The
witnesses were not ready and ho was put
under $2,000 bonds , which ho failed to fur
nish , and was taken to the county 1ail. Bo
is defended by John Llndt , csq.
The case of Frank Jones , charged with
drunkenness , was continued.
Ave. B lots at $400 , small payment
down , balance on long time at low rate
of interest. Odell Bros. & Co.
The Catholic fair is a grand success.
Have you been therci1
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Buy a lot on Broadway and realize 60
per cent a month on your investment.
Odoll Bros. & Co.
Electrician James Bradley is confined to his
homo on Washington avenue by his injuries
received at the hands of a b6odthlrsty ! carver
Thursday night. Bo has four ugly gashes
made by the keen knlfo of his assailant.
Vono of them are regarded as dangerous , al-
hough very painful. The muscles of the
right arm are severed near the shoulder ,
hero is a deep cut under the left shoulder
ilade , a long gash in the loft breast over
ho heart , and a painful cut in the loft groin.
tf r. Bradley was able to sit up yesterday ,
mt can not leave the house for several days.
t will bo a long time before ho can resume
vork , as the severed tendons of the arm will
ical very slowly. The wound in the shoulder
vill probably cause him the greatest trouble.
lis escape from death was very narrow , as
he sharp blade missed his heart by a scratch.
Baby show to-day. Sco it.
Via Burlington lloutc , C. B. & Q.
A special excursion will bo run to the
'ouncil ' Bluffs and Omaha bridge cele
bration on Tuesday , October 30 , at
? reatly reduced rates for the round trip.
This train will leave Crcston at 0 o'clock
: i. m. and arrive in Council Bluffs at
iiO ) : : a. m. Returning leave Council
Bluffs at 10:4o : p. m. , stopping at all sta
tions as in the morning , will arrive at
"reston about 2:30 : a. m.
Tickets for this excursion can bo ob
tained of C. B. & Q. R. R. ticket agents
on October HO. Passengers for Omaha
must take the regular train , as this train
will not make connections at Pacific
Junction. Tickets are good to return
on either the excursion train or on regu
lar trains on October 30 or 31.
Go to the fair to-night.
Mrs. L. Simmons , dressmaker , 814 Broad
way , over Eiscman's , on electric motor line.
Special advantages to Omaha ladles.
A now Over Cattle.
James Ruffe , a farmer living in Lewis
township , near the Wabash crossing on Mor-
ginton creek was brought to the city yester
day to answer to the double charge of assault
and battery and releasing cattle under re
straint. The prosecuting witness was C. A ,
Thilo , a neighbor , who said that the defend
ant's cattle had done a great deal of damage
to his fences and crops , and he finally shut
them up Thursday morning. Huffe appeared
with thrco hired men , and attempted to get
them. Thilo interfered and HalTe knocked
him down with a cattle whip , after which he
drove the stock away. Bo was considerably
injured , and after gutting his wounds dressed
by a doctor , swore out a warrant for Uaffe's
arrest. A. T. Flickinger appeared for the
plaintiff and A. W. Askwith for the defend
ant. Several witnesses were examined , and
the case was then continued until this morn
ing at 10 o'clock , when the arguments will bo
Saint Bernard Place.
T have a number of line lots for sale
in the above addition , located only two
blocks away from the street cars on
Broadway. These lots are 60x250 foot ,
and are choice residence property.
They are high and dry and present a
commanding view , For full informa
tion regarding prices and terms apply
to J. G. Tipton , solo agent , 627 Broad
Best bargains in real estate. Odell
Bros. & Co.
Sco the beauties at the fair.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real es
13. II. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Olllco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Meat and It Shall Ito Meted.
The police arrested Charles Griffith
Thursday ovonlng for embezzling from
his employer , George H. Meschcn-
dorf , a Broadway murkctman. Bo has
been in the employ of Moschendorf for
about two years , and faithfully discharged
his duties as dollvorymnn. About a week
ago Moschendorf discovered that ho was
being systematically robbed , and began to in-
voitlgatc. Griffith mistrusted that ho was
being watched and skipped out. The police
were Instructed to bo on the watch for him
and found him in ono of the dives as above
stated. Mr. Meschcmlor. says that his losses
will foot something like ? T5. The policy pur
sued by Griftlth was to takeout moat and sell
it , making no returns for it , and also to keep
some of the money paid him on accounts b >
customers. Bo is now confined in the county
jail. Bis case will como up for trial this af
ternoon at 'J o'clock.
* Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Champ Investment company.
S. B. . Wadsworth & Co. loan raonoy.
See VV. 0. Stacy's ad.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
Supper at the fair , 25 conU ,
HAS FOR SALE
On the following railroads :
\ Chicago & Northwestern.
Chicago , Burlington & Quincy.
j Chicago , Rock Island & Pacifc and
I Union Pacifc.
Don't wait to buy at second hand , hut buy now of the owners.
ON EASY TERMS.
Residence lots in the best additions in the city. .
Don't fail to call and see if you want lo buy.
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
TELEPHONE NO. 112.
The republican primaries were hold in the
various wards last evening for the purpose
of electing delegates to the township conven-
, ion that meets this afternoon at o'clock at
; he city building to nominate candidates to
: he township offices. They resulted as fol-
First Ward B. S. Barnctt , chairman ; U.
3. Bubbard , secretary. Delegates A. B.
jardncr , II. P. Bryant , J. Sherwood , P.
Williams , II. Belong , A. S. Bonham.
Second Ward John Fox , chairman ; E. J.
Downle , secretary. Delegates Frank Gt-ass.
C. S. BUbbard. S. H. Jones , J. P. Williams ,
I no. Lyons , Jos. Spauldiug , Jno. Fox , E. J.
Third AVard O. Glenson , chairman ; Wm.
Arnd. secretary. Delegates D. C. Bloomer ,
Geo. Fairman , Gco. F. Smith , W. A. Wood ,
O. W. Gordon , D. B. Clark , Jno. Limit.
Fourth Ward J. T. Evans , chairman ;
H. W. Tilton. secretary. ( Delegates J. F.
Evans , Jas. Patterson , F. B. Bill , W. A.
Biphsmito , T. O. Jackson , A. T. Flickinger.
A. W. Askwith , F.1 A. Conovcr , Leonard
A Drunken Shooter.
At the colon'd ball at Bishop's hall Thurs-
lay evening , a colored man by the name of
Bill Patterson was shot through the hand by
a drunken white man .named James Grady.
The latter is employed in Jim Wilson's
gambling house and his victim works for a
Brother darkey mimed Burke. Grady was
seen early in the evening bv Captain O'Brien ,
of the merchants' i > olicc , and was brandish-
ng a heavy Colt's 45-calibre revolver , which
: he officer took away from him and ntill re-
, nins. The fellow'got another gun and con
tinued on the warpath. Bo went to the
dance hall and began to shoot promiscuously ,
but the only damage done was ns above
stated. Bo was arrested and locked up to
await trial on the charge of assault with In
tent to kill. The trial is set for Monday at 10
o'clock. The prisoner was taken to the
county Jail for safe keeping.
We have quito a number of bargains
in second hand and slightly damaged
pianos and organs which wo will rent
ar sell cheap.
MUELLER Music Co. ,
103 Main street.
All marshals and aids who have agreed to
serve , as well as all others desiring to serve
as aids to the chief marshal at the celebra
tion of the bridge opening on Tuesday nct ,
October 30 , are earnestly requested to moot
in the court room at the court house in the
city of Council Bluffs on Saturday evening ,
the 27th inst. , at 7:80 : o'clock. A full attend
ance is desired as business of much import
ance is to be transacted. The hour at which
they are to report , when and where they are
to report will bo determined , as well as many
other matters important to a successful dem
onstration. W. F. SAPP , Marshal ,
D. B. DAiusy , Chief of Staff.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock the republicans
of Kane township moot at the Masonic tem
ple for the purpose of nominating thrco can
didates for Justice of the peace ; three candi
dates for constable ; ono candidate for town
ship trustee ; one candidate for township
clerk , to bo voted for November 0.
ninmarck at Seventy-Three.
M. Poriver , of the Paris Figaro , who
has been paying a visit to Friodrichsruh ,
describes the meeting between Prince
Bismarck and Count Kulnoky. Ho
hayb : "I had just reached the station
when the chancellor drove up in a
small , open carriage , drawn by two
horses. Two hugo black Danish hounds
carcorcd in the dust alonirsidc. The
chancellor alighted with a very brisk
and sprightly stop for an old man of
seventy-three. Ho wont up to the sta
tion master and shook hands with him ,
raised his hat to a few people present ,
and stood loiuiiiifr against one of the
cast iron pillarssupportingtho veranda.
I thus had an opportunity of having a
good look at him. The Bismarck now
before mo was very different from the
Bismarck I used to see in Berlin six or
fcovon yearsago , before Dr. Schwoningor
took him in hand. , 'Pho Bismarck of to
day is thin and > bony , and the doctor
has , it is well known , disencumbered
him of his unhealthy fat merely
by preventing his' drinking with his
meals. Tlo is looking remarkably well ;
his gait is swift and automatic , bnt denotes -
notes real vigor ; his complexion is clear ,
and almost pink , n , noubt the result of
the health-laden feezes from the Gor
man ocean and th'e Baltic. I remark ,
also , that the features are softened
down ; you scan thorn in. vain , to discover
that harshness , not to say ferocity ,
which are so apparent In his photo
graphs. It may , hpwover , bo due to the
fact of his being in civilian garb. His
soft felt hat , vorymuch tno worse for
wear , his long gPvJ' coilt ft | > d heavy
stick , gave him the aspept of a plain
country gentleman como to the station
to moot a friend. When ho dons his
uniform ho is another man , and looks
the surly trooper all ovor. The country
folks have repeatedly noticed the dif
ference. The chancellor's healthy ap
pearance is not deceptive. All the people
ple in whoso midst ho lives toll mo that
his health is bolter than it has been for
years past ; and a proof of this is that
this year it has not been found neces
sary to send him so Kissingon.
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOUBTH STSSET.
Telephone No. 205.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , I . .
THE FOLLOWING ABE A FEW OF
) I CAM OFFEB IN (
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE FARMS-
0 ACitKS Within city limits , small houae , 1,000
iirapo vlnex , (1,200.
7 ACHES WUtiih titty limits , good houne and
Improvement * . * 4U > > > .
G ACUKS Adjoining city limits , good house.
All In Kinnll fruit , M.OOO.
10 ACHES Ailjolnlmr city llmlu ; two story
house ; Kmall fruits In abundance ,
HO ACHES 2i ! miles from P. ( > . , all Improved ;
haunt und barn , (3,600.
tO ACUKS-4 miles from V. U. . all Improved ;
boue and barn , t'.MKI.
Prlceti will KO up after the brldne U opened.
SOACltKS-Onttie flat near Omaha , will make
choice addition for platting.
W. O. STACY ,
NO. O MAIN NT.
SI'ECIAIi advertisements , such as Lost , Found ,
To Loan , For Sale. To Kent , Wants , Hoard-
Inc. etc. , will be Inserted In this column at the
low rate of TUN CKNTS 1'Kll UNF for the first
Insertion and Five Cents I'er J.lne for earn sub-
f > ecueiit | Insertion. Leave advertlarmentn at
our office. Nr > . 12 Pearl Street , near Ilroadway ,
Council llluirs Iowa.
IOST A peed reward will bn paid for the re-
J covery of pockctbook comnlnliiK IIIn
money , together with papers. Heturn to Will-
lam \ esey , near Downsvllle , or Horace Everett ,
FOH SALE Lease and furniture ot hotel
In Omaha. Good reason for selling. Will
sell on payments or trade for live Block. Address -
dress 1K.4 N. Itith st. , Omaha.
ONKsT'OWEHScallandcet the bundle left
ut our house , as we are nltoiit to move and
cannot btoro It longer. J. Hannlbnlson
TT1OH HENT House corner 3d and Vorhees st.
-I ? Inquire at TOO 3d st.
WANTED A Rood girl for general house
work in private family. Apply at 103 Main
street. Council Illutrs.
WANTED-Clty canvussers. Call at White
xewinK machine olflce , 305 Ilroadway ,
171OH KENT A furnished room , suitable for
-L two gentlemen , ground floor , very centrally
located. Applicant must give reference. Ad-
dreiB T. 18 , lice office.
W - makers at C. A. Heobo
rcE for sale In car load lots. Mulholland A Co.
F oil HUNT Furnished front room , for gen
tlemen. aa N. Second streot.
FOH HENT Seven-room cottage , on the cor
ner or 3d ave. and Uth xt. W. C. James.
T71OH HKNT A larpta number of good dwell-
JL1 Injzs. Call and examine Hat. K. H. Sueate
tt Co. , Hroadway and Main St. . up Btalra. _
H OUSES for rent. Johnston & Van Patten
S ) Main fit.
TllOn HALE House of 5 rooms and two lots onE
-E ? 8th avenue north of the transfer. Will take
tl.OUU for thin , one-half cash.
T7UHI BALE A flue corner In Plerco's addition
-t Just north of the transfer , on 7th avenue
and IHth bt , COxlau ft. , t'M.
FOH SALK-Ilousa and lot north of U. P.
transfer cheap at &UO ; . ' 00 cash ami * > per
fium SALE Lot 44x120 on 1st nvo , near N. W.
-T H. It. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at MOO.
SAI.i : 18 acres on both sides of U. P. It.
It. track , > i mile west of unlnn depot ; would
make a line addition to Council HlufTaorOmiiha.
Only 1760 PIT aero.
FOH SALE An t'U'K'int ' 6-room cottage with
lot Mxl.M ) , on HurrlHon fit ; this property Is
worth from f.'I.OOO to MMM , but If sold soon will
bell fur Ji.WM ; food terms.
FHl HKNT A One new eight-room house at
No. U1H 4th avenue ; uath room , closeM ana
all modern Improvements ; nice largo pleasant
ynrd. This pluco Is only il.blocks from dummy
Foil HKNT Nice 4-room cottace on 8th ave.
and 10th Bt. , only III per month ,
rpo LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
-L furniture , pianos , Jewelry , etc. ; sco me be
fore borrowing elsewhere.
FORREST SMITH ,
Hoom H , 3rd Floor , Brown Building.
TREE OF LIFE
A positive euro for Liver and Kidney troub
les , all Blood Diseases , Indigestion , Dyspep
sia , and Sour Stomach , Is found In
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE.
For sale by local druggists and druggists
everywhere. Price tl per bottle ; , six for J5.
AddrcBH.ull communications to
im. J , it. JHOOHI : ,
; - . - , Council JJIuffiTla. Q
BUY A HOME ,
Nice new five room cottage * with cloaeti et" -
finifthed in hard wood and oil , only 5 minutal
walk from Omaha acre the new Bridge and
located immediately on new electric car line *
And eay term * will ecure you a comfortable
and convenienthome. .
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
.A. . H. FITOEC ,
P. O. BOX 488 , OMAHA , NEB.
liIBHKI > 1842. INCOIirORATKU 187 *
MASHILLON , OHIO , MANUFACTUKEUS.
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted tot
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSEPOWER. LIGHTING ,
POWER. Mills and Elevators.
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFT - : - ENGINES *
Specifications and estimates furnished for complete steam plants , llrgulntlon. Durability Ou r
anteed. Can show letters from users where fuel Economy Is equal with Corliss Nou-Coiuleiulog ,
BRANCH HOUSE , COUNCIL , BL.UFFS , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue. E. C. HARRIS. Manager.
Sec Our NovcMct in BLANKETS AND COM-
Dress Goods Cheaper
/ / you ccuuiotcnU write for
samples of lltnrlcttu Cloths. Than rou Ever Saw Them
401 BROADWAY. O 401 BIIOADWAV.
401 IlllOADWAY. 401 IIItOAUWAY.
HOSE FOIt LADIES AND
C1IILDHEX. IWCIIINOS. LACES ,
UnusualValue UJC9 QLOVES ,
FIIOM H Ribbons ,
10c Upwards , Trimmings vcltlcs. and Notion Nov
/ * . . Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plant , Estimate
HDIDI/INDIME I I Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. Brown ?
Building , Council Biufli , Iowa.
CIMI CV DHDl/C * Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , llrf
rmLLT DUni\t" Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. '
CPU I IDT Justice of the Peace. Office over American Expreu , No. 41 ( > '
N . OV/nUri Broadway , Council Blufl. , Iowa.
OTTMUC" 0. QIIWIC Attorney * at Law , Practice m the State and FedtrV
O I UlNL 06 OlIVIO" " Courts. Office Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugart-Deno Block ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
, Room 0 , Opera House Block , Council BluflTs , Iow
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260 ,
DR. C. B. JUDD ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa. ,
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or fmlary.
WAttTED-lOCAL. AND TK.VVULIXt ! AGENTS ON COMMISSION
The "WHITE" Is King.
This is the verdict of all ladies who have used the \Vhito Sowing Machine ,
See it before buying any other.
OFFICE , SOS Middle Krou.luay. J , M , BROWN ,
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
1514 DouglBB Bt. , Omaha , Net ) .
D. H. MoDANELD & GO , ,
Hides. Tallow. Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KO and 622 Main HtreuUCouucll lllufftf.lowx
co .A.I-J !
ROCK SPRINGS , CANON CITY ,
Anil All Fine tirades of Coal.
COUNCIL BLUFFS LUMBER CO ,
TILIPIIOM : . 257.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
. ( OOBrgaaw 7 Council UluHa , low * .
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NO , 29 MAIN STREET ,
Latest Novelties In
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
BIRR. . L , GIMLETTU.
DANCING CLASSES. '
AT 4:90 : P.M. AT 0 V. M.
AND B I1. U AND 8 1 . U.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block ,
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal t
TheKdUon Mimeograph , tb toil dpuanitu. tot
manifoldly , nuiogriiphlo nucj true wntluir nu'rki
3U ( > coplut c n to tnkuu.
, . Tht EzcoUUr Ce. , Council Bluff * J *
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