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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , OCTOBER 29 , < 1888.0
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO IB BTIIKBT.
DeUtereiltar furrier In Anv 1'nrt of the City ft
Twtnty Cents 1'crVVeek. . . _ , . , .
II. W. TltAON. . . MANAGER.
Tr.Lii'iioNis : : :
IlfpiNKPR OPFICF. No. 4.1.
NUIIIT KDITOII , No. a.
N. Y. Plumfoinj , ' company.
Only $10.75 fit Chapman's nrt store.
Elegant overcoatings at A. Roller's ,
merchant tullor , 312 Urotulwny.
BcBt hard and soft coal and Missouri
wood. K. E. Muync , Oil ) Broadway ,
If you wish to enjoy a grand musical
treat go to the Congregational church
From the busy nppcarnnce of the
streets yesterday no one would have
guessed it WHS Bumliiy.
The Mcrriiun block 1 ? liclng rushed
along now at a very fair rate. Work is
now in progress on the bccond story.
Go and hear Mrs. Wmlsworth and
Mrs. Skelton Thiin > duy evening at the
Congregational church. Admission 60
A centrally located , finely furnished
room to rent to one or two gentlemen.
Must furnish references. Address T. 10 ,
Gilbert Bros. ' new ice houses at Iho
water works company's subsidiary rca-
orvoirs on Lower Broadway are nearly
The paving removed on Pearl street
to make room for the now street railway
track was found to he nearly as sound
as when first laid , over two years ago.
Another unfortunate victim of insan
ity is confined at the county jail waiting
the action of the board of inciinlty corn-
iniHsionerH , which will probably meet
to-duy to consider his case.
To-day will probably bo the last of
the September term of the district
court. Judge Loofbourow is expected
to bo hero to preside , and give decis
ions in several cases now pending.
Boozers were plenty Saturday night ,
and a few were rounded up yesterday.
The greater part of them wcro plain
unvarnished drunks , and their little as
sessments will bo levied this morning.
Rev. Mr. Mackay , of St. Paul's
church , always improves the opportu
nity of giving a religious and yet prac
tical train to the thoughts of his people.
Ho preached last night concerning the
new bridge. "Blessed bo the tie that
binds" wii9 the tenor of the discourse.
Funeral services of Miss Mary A.
' Rodefcr , only daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.T. W. Reliefer , will bo held at the First
Presbyterian church , southwest corner
of Seventeenth and Dodge streets , at 10
o'clock n. in. , Monday. October ! 27 , Uov.
W. .T. fliirsha olllciuting. Friends of
the family are invited to uttond.
There is such a demand for horses for
the parade and display to-morrow ttiat
the liverymen are skirmishing through
the surrounding country , gathering up
all the steeda they can got. Saddle
horses are in special demand. The
Knights Templar are finding no little
difficulty in securing enough to supply
It seems to bo the general impression
that yesterday's great rush of visitors
is but the first of a continual stream
that will pour into this city. Although
many of the visitors wore but for pleas
ure , the greater part of them had an
eye on prospective real estate pur
chases. The result of it will undoubt
edly bo felt in real estate circles during
the coming week.
Bee W. C. Stacy's ad.
Mrs. L. Simmons , dressmaker , 314 Broad
way , over Elscmun's , on electric motor line.
Special advantages to Omaha ladies.
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. , odice cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Illinois and lown best soft coal , Glea-
6on,2i ( Pearl street.
J. W. Squire has returned from an
extended eastern trip. He is moro en
thusiastic than over concerning the fu
ture of the Bluffs. His business rela
tions with heavy eastern capitalists ,
and his thorough knowledge of real
estate matters here , i-laco him in
good condition to judge.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
J. G. Tipton for ferry lots.
Rnlnt Itornnrd Place.
I have a number of fine lots for sale
in the above addition , located only two
blocks away from the street ears on
Broadway. These lots are 60x2-30 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
Guns nnd ammunition at Odoll &
Bryant's hardware and steve house.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
There \Vnn No Impediment/
Chicago Tribune : "If there is anv
person present , " said the minister , witii
duo solemnity , "who knows of just cause
or impediment why this woman should
not bo married to this mun lot hhr
speak now or forever hold his peace. "
"I don't think anybody will put in
any objections , pnrson , " wild the stnl
wart young Arizona bridegroom , Mr
Roundup , as ho laid his hand casually
on the butt of his revolver nnd lookoi
carelessly around the room. "Tho enl ]
impediment I know of was a younf
feller by the name of Lariat , and
cleaned him out yesterday. And nov
if you will go ahead , parson , and flnisl
up this job , Miss Kacktua and mo an
Best bargains in real estate. Odol
Bros. & Co.
Mrs. H. E. Sealoy will , on and afto
the 1st of November , take possession o
her house , No. 208 Fourth street. Thos
who wish table board or desirable fui
nished rooms should apply at onco.
Unexpected Demim d for Mr. WrlgTi
Chicago Tribune : "I thank you. fo !
low citizens , " said the pale , schohirl
president of the female seminary , wh
had been called upon to preside at
ratification mooting , "for this unlookei
for honor.Vo liavo mot to express ou
hearty endorsement of the party cand
dates presented for our suffrages. An
now what is 'the pleasure of this at
"What's the mutter wllh Ferguson ?
callrd out a boy in the back suat ; .an
the audience- one man , rcspoiide
' . "Ho's all i-U'ht ! " ' f
"If Mr. Hecball Wright Is in Ih
audience , " said the bewildered chad
man , " .ho will plcaso come forward t
LIVELY DAY IN THE BLUFFS ,
A Qrotit Rusb Over the Now Bridge
and Many Visitors.
THE HURRIED LAYING OF RAILS *
What Wnq Snlil nt the ClmrclicH YCB-
terday An Outline of Presbytcrl-
aiilHin 1'olntern and 1'crsonnU
Tlio New * About Town.
Bnndny Hush or VUtters.
Yesterday was , without any excep
tion , the liveliest Sunday ever seen in
the Bluffs. The bridge was opened in
the morning , and as the faro was lower
than ever before a constant stream of
vehicles and foot passengers swartned
over the structure during the entire
day. Everybody took advantage of the
reduced rates , and it seemed as if
Omaha was emptying her entire popu
lation into the Bluffs. Numberless car
riages were driving here and there
over the bottoms , and further up town
every street was filled with the visitors ,
who teemed bound to take in the whole
city before returning to the weslern
shores of the Big Muddy.
Many of those who desired to cross
said that they never saw such a jam be
fore in their lives. Long lines were
formed reaching nearly a milo from the
bridge , and newcomers had to take
their places at the end and move up
with the lino. The rates charged will
continue as established. The now bridge
company and the Union Pacific have
agreed on a schedule , which is as fol
lows : Foot passengers , 5 cents ; single
buggy and driver , 10 cents ; each ad
ditional passenger , 5 cents ; two-horse
buggy and driver , 15 cents , and heavier
loads in proportion. The wuno rates
will bo in olTect on each bridge.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real es
E. II. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Olllco 5)0 ( ) Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Loans made 0 1 city business and resi
dence property * . Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Champ Investment company.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Quick Hull haying.
First avenue south of Fourteenth
street presented a busy scene yesterday.
The Chicago , Burlington &Quincy rail
road company had u force al over 500
men laying their new track to the river.
Every team that could bo secured was
pressed into service for hauling mater
ial , etc. It is reported that all difficulty
about crossing the Northwestern has
been settled , and that no further op
position will bo made. The force did
not stop work on account of the report
ed settlement , but vigorously prosecuted
the work to completion. The stock of
bread of all the city bakeries was ex
hausted to supply this largo working
force. It was thought that a collision
would take place between the forces of
the two roads , but there was nothing of
the kind. The rails wore put down at a
surprising rate , and the track is now
nearly completed. The "Q" will un
doubtedly run trains to the river to
morrow to accommodate visitors to the
bridge. The Northwestern could not
do this owing to the state of their track ,
which is in very poor repair.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan otlice , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. AH business strictly confi
.For bargains in real estalo in any
part of the city see F , J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
E. H. Sheafe & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Office
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
What la rresuyterianlsm.
The services at the Presbyterian
church yesterday morning wcro of a
most interesting character. With the
usual sermon by Dr. Phclps
wcro the ordination ceremonies of the
"Ruling Elders" of the church : Dr.
Chamberlain , Dr. Hartupco and Mr. II.
Wescott. The pastor utilized the occa
sion in the discourse to give a full and
able exposition of the doctrines of the
church and explain the difference be
tween those and the tenets of other
The scripture lesson embraced selec
tions from the eighth chapter of Ro
mans. Without announcing a text Dr.
Phelps continued the services. Said
ho : Several persons have recently
asked mo those two questions : What
ia the Presbyterian church , and what
are the differences between this and
other religious bodies ? To-day wo have
the service o ( ordination of elders and
I will take this occasion to answer those
two questions. I wish to say at the out
set that I have neither time nor
dispobition to rolled , by comparisons ,
upon other religious sects or their ten
ets. Such a thing is beneath mo , and
while dealing with the doctrines of our
own bodv I shall approach all olhors
with till liberality , fairness and candor.
I have not the time to describe fully
the policy , doctrine and history of our
church. Her principles are too broad
to bo embraced within Iho discourse of
an hour ; her polity pervades the civil
ization of all modern time , while her
history Is written in the lives and
Uolngs of men and nations for two hun
dred years. I can simply outline to
you the distinctive charactersties ! ol
First , we are a catholic church. I def
f not yield the exclusive use of this word
f to the Romish church. We are
lie because wo believe in the whole
rather than in a part. Wo receive
nrombers of all other evangelical bodlei
to our communion. Our pulpits arc
tilled with ministers of other denomina
tions. We receive members from othei
churches either directly or by lottet
the same as they do , and do not Insist
upon them a peculiar form of baptism.
Members of our body are dismissed anil
join other churches in the same way.
True , wo have a church government ,
It is formed by God himself and is not t
production of man. God furnished ui
the principles upon which our govern
ment is formulated. We do not submit
that the state shall control the church
Our' members are not independent o
the authority of the state ; their al
loglenco la there and nowhere will yov
Ilnd men who are moro loyal to this air
thorlty than are the members of tb.li
church. ' What we do insist is that ui
ono except the Lord who made us , thai
be the lord'of tlio conscience. Wo are
ruled by a body of elders. This is rep
resentative In all Its parts. A literal
translation of the 'Greek word gives us
the name ' 'Presbyterian. " .
The speaker developed the three.
Ideas of church government as em
braced by the Roman Catholic ( the
pope or a dictator ] , the Methodist ( : i
modified dictatorship a bishopric ) and
the liberal churches , HO called , who ac
knowledge no authority whatever. Be
tween these two stands the Presbyterian.
The organization , in its principles ,
dates back to Calvin. He reviewed the
history of the origination and adoption
of the Declaration of Independence
and showed that this instrument em
bodies the principles of the Presbyter
ian church. That the "Declaration"
copied from the church. Preceding
with strictly church history ho showed
wherein other churches arc patterning
after this church bolh in matters of be
lief and polity :
The officers of the church are past
ors , ruling ciders , deacons and trustees.
All of these ofliccs find the warrant of
their creation and use of the terms In
the writings of Paul , who , said the
speaker , was a Presbyterian and so de
clared himself. No man is allowed to
preach who has not been licensed , and
all wcro required to bo well educated ,
as in no other way could the pastor
teach , guide and admonish his Hock.
The presbytery has the power to re
move pastors. Deacons are elected for
The congregation in its elective
functions gives the session ,
presbytery , fetuto assembly and
general assembly. The session
has charge of the music and other mat
ters of this kind. All complaints come
to the presbytery , of which , in this
state , there are eight. Pastors are
licensed and removed by it. The ses-
bion is the veto power of the presby
tery. The state assembly has charge of
all the state work , while the general
assembly has charge of the missionary
and oilier general work outside the
state. The power rises up from the
people and not from a head do\yn to
them. It is distinctively republican.
A member must bo tried by a body of
his peers , and not his superiors. All
appeals go through the above order
from the session to the general assem
bly , whose edict is final.
The liberality of the church was
dwelt on at length. During the past
year $1,000,000 has been given to for
eign missionary work ; nearly as much
to homo missionary work , while other
beneficent nndcharitable work receives
argc donations from this source. The
charge that the church is bigoted
caused a comparison between the
religionist who bnlieves that man
was created by God and in His image ,
and the olhcr man who says man came
by a process of evolulion from the
monkey and the sea-slime. "Which
view is Iho mosl liberal ? Which shows
ho greatest bigotry ? " asked the
The Presbyterian church Is protes-
.ant. It protests against the authority
ilaimcd by and for the pope. It is or-
.hodox. It teaches straight. It is
) edo-baptist. It baptises children. It
nukes much of the little ones and tries
o bring them up in the church "in the
lurture and admonition of the Lord. "
It believes in "tho sovereignty of God"
und the "free agency of man. " "How
do wo harmonize these ? " asked the
doctor. "We don't. We accept the
tutcd fact that somewhere , somehow
3od docs it. It is a mystery wo cannot
understand , and within the vail of this
mystery wo love God the more. " We
believe God works by a plan which em
braces creation in its smallest detail.
This is predestination , that in wnich
wo believe. Wo believe if a man is
once converted he does not fall
away. He is a child of God , often err
ing , it may be , but God's child never
theless. This Is the "perseverance of
the saints" in which wo firmly believe.
Wo bellovo in an actual hell and an act
ual heaven , and that at death the hu
man being immediately enters into the
ono or the other us ho may choose.
Wo do not admit anything to dictate
to the conscience. We have no liturgy ,
no forms. A direct communication , an
intimate contact , between the human
soul and the great Gqd-hcad comes by
human volition energized by the divine
power. The needs of the individual
are peculiarly his and no other ono can
express to the divine throne what words
my soul ought to utter.
The speaker closed with showing
what had been the fruits of the church
for , as Christ said : "By their fruits
shall ye know them. "
See Forrest Smith's special column.
On the 30th the W. C. A. Indies will
servo dinner for 25 cents ut the Pacific
house. A lunch counter will also be
We do not Intend to Indorse any except arti
cles ot merit , but we take pleasure in lefcrrlng
to the ( liulaml Stoves and UunueH. whose
superiority I * too well established to be called
in question. They nre believed to be unequalud
by any In the world. Sold exclusively by 1 > . C.
Odell Bros. & Co. loan money on real
The Motor Ijine.
Bright and early yesterday morning
a largo force of men began tearing up
the electric motor track on Broadway ,
at the corner of Pearl street , for the
purpose of putting in the curves and
switches for the Pearl slreot lino. The
work was vigorously prosecuted
throughout the day , and by evening
was nearly completed. The change
will bo completed to-day , and a switch
put in at the head of Pearl street , so
that the horse cars can connect with
the Broadway line and run through to
the eastern parl of the city. It is stat
ed that another switch will bo put in at
the Bradley building near the Chicago ,
Burlington & Qulncy depot on South
Main street , and another car put on
that line , giving the soulhorn part of
the city a Ion mlnuto service instead of
fifteen , as formerly. The switches on
Broadway at Thirteenth street have
boon completed and , the ground wires
will bo atlached this morning. Several
of the motor cars will bo put in opera
tion this morning. Ono of them was
taken out yesterday on Lower Broad
way and worked nicely.
Rock Spring coal , Gleason , 20 , Pearl
" B " " *
Fresh California canned goods at Tib-
bltt's , 345 Broad way i
The finish on our collars , cuffs and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Avo. B lots at WOO , small pay men I
down , balance on long time at low rate
of interest. Odell Bros. & Co.
Dr. C. C. Iluzon , dentist , opera house
M lisle anil ltelljlon.
The services at the Congregational
church yesterday morning wore unusu
ally interesting. The musical portion
was of unusUal merit. The old choii
was again in place Mrs. Wadsworth ,
now of Lincoln , Mrs. ' I-Jvans. , the. con-
I tralto' , Prof. McDcrmld and Mir. W-es-
colt.with Prof. Do Nbrmaadio as or
gnntst. The' music was > wonderfully ctf-
ecuted , and It would , be difficult Indeed
to secure u more excellent'quartette.
The pastor , Ildv. Mr. Crofts , gave olid
of his best s-ermonsi II was on "Stones
from the Jordan. " lie pictured the
fceno , after the crossing of the Jordan ,
where the elders of each tribe gathered
stones from the bed of the river with
which to make a monument. This uion-
umcnt was to remind them and Tholr
children of God's guidance aild delivery.
The speaker drew the practical less-on
Unit tno nation as well as individuals
should be ever mindful of what God had
done for them in the pasl. It not only
inspired cratitudo but trust.
Morehouso & Co. , blank book manu
First av nuc lots for sale at a bargain.
Odell Bros. & Co
Boots , shoes. Klnnchan's , 320 B'way.
"A HorHC AH IH n Home. "
The readers of TIIK BEK will remem
ber the recent purchase of the splendid
stallion Copper Glance , by Mr. Theodora
Bray , of this city , for the Macedonia
breeding farm , at a cost of $0,000. Con
cerning this royally bred trotting sire ,
the Horseman lias "tho following to say :
"If records close upon both sides
give great weight to advice , then my
present remarks , to seekers of trotting
hires should sink deeply into their
minds. S. E. Larabie , banker , of Door
LodgeM. T. , is now at Lexington , with
his btallions Copper Glance and Reli
ance , which ho will sell to
ready buyers at n bargain.
As to Copper Glance space fails mo to
fully fathom the depth of producing
blood in his veins. I have a crlticltl re
port that ho is a large , shapely fellow ,
and equal to his breeding.
My friend , George E. Kinncr , ot Dan-
bury. Conn. , rather missed it when he
sold the o-year-old stallion Storm Cloud
lost winter to John B. Lewis , of Ken
tucky , for an undeveloped price. Storm
Cloud , fresh from the slud and after
thirty days' handling this fall , showed
a mile in 2tt : ! ) over a half-mile track.
Storm Cloud is standard bred , his dam
by Knickerbocker and his sire is Black
Cloud ( own brother to Lady Stout ,
2:29) : ) , son of Mambrinp Patchen. Now ,
George , -RO to Lexington , Ky. . and
examine Copper Glance , 4 years old , by
Mnmbrino Patchen himself , out of Sir
Patchen , by Busboy , 2:2 : ! ) } . own brother
to Eva , 2l : ) i , and trial 2:15j : ; Busbcy by
George Wilkes , dam Black Fanny , dam
of Isaac , 2:25 : } , by Charles E. Loow ,
22 ; > 5 } . Copper Glance's lines are laid
in speed producing blood on both sides ,
and he is a grand young horse indi
vidually. " The writer of the above
was evidently not aware that Copper
Glance was purchased here , while on
route to Lexington , and that his pres
ent homo is in Pottuwattamio county.
As will bo seen he is oven more fashion
ably bred than the famous Storm Cloud ,
to whom ho is related. The breeders
of this section highly appreciate
this dcsir.ible acquisition to their ranks
of trotting sires , und are already look
ing for next season. The standard of
horses through this part of the country
has been greatly raised during the past
few years , and it has been done by
closely following that safe maxim
"Breed to the best. " Pottawattamio is
preparing to furnish its full quota of
noted flyers , and among Ihom , the get
of Copper Glance will figure conspicu
Buy a lot on Broadway and realize 60
per cent a month on your investment.
Odell Bros. & Co.
Wo have quite a number ot bargains
in second hand and slightly damaged
pianos and organs which we will rent or
MUELLKR Music Co. ,
103 Main street.
Married In the Tree-Top * .
The first country dance of the season
took place at the farm house of Elishu
Crandall , in the town of North Stoning-
ton , Conn. , the other night , says a dis
patch to the New York World. There
was nothing peculiar about the dance
itself , but it developed into a somewhat
romantic wedding. It is customary for
the youths and maidens of these sylvan
parts to make a night of it on such oc
casions. An unusually largo party was
present Thursday night. The circuit
minister , the Rev. Mr. Jay , arrived at
Mr. Crandall's house on his "Jerusalem
, " to await the coming of the Snb-
Eoney just before the festivities of the
evening began , and ho immediately
took off his coat and joined the other
two musicians , scraping a fiddle.
Among the parly present were Miss
Miranda Ellsworth and Jeremiah Simp
son , an engaged couple and likewise a
quarreling one. Jeremiah took excep
tion to his Miranda's giving William
Chesbro , a former rival , three numbers
upon her programme , and they had
several tilts. It was after 5 o'clock in
the morning when Iho musicians hung
up Ihoir fiddles , and Iho feeling be
tween Miss Ellsworth and Mr. Simpson
had become bo pronounced thai Iho Rev.
Mr. Jay , nolicing It , decided to accom
pany the couple to Miss Ell-worth's
homo and endeavor to reconcile the
two. The trio left on foot , as is the cus
tom of the counlry lads and lasses.
When they had proceeded a milo
without a word being spoken , an acci
dent befell them which at one time
looked serious , but which terminated
in a happy and life-long reconciliation.
The party wore walking along the
highway at a rattling pace , the young
people's brows dark and sulky , while
the minister's face bore a wearied and
hopeless expression. In a field adjoin
ing the road was a young Texan steer ,
tlio property of Mr. Crandall , and a late
acquisition to his place. The steer is a
ferocious beast , and no lover of the
human race. The Texan followed the
parlv on Iho olhc'r side of Iho fence ,
and it , too , worea scowl. At the fur
ther end of the fle'id is a sol of bars , and
Iho trio reached the opposite side of the
exit a second or > so before the steer ,
ignorant of their Impending danger.
Simpson was the first to spy the beasl ,
and with a cry of alarm ho ran for a
clump of trees a few feet ahead , closely
followed by MUs Ellsworth and Mr.
Jay. Simpson bhlnnod up one , and
Miss Ellsworth pbovcd her worth by
climbing another , assisted by the kind
dominlo. who gave her a lift before ho
too , sought safety .qmong the withering
The latter had' ' hardly cleared the
ground when the steer rushed up with
a terrific bellow. The animal ran
around and around Iho Irecs , bellowing
und kicking until Iho air was thick
with dirt and dust. A half hour passed
but no relief came. The steer still stooi
guard. Thinking this an excellent
time to reconcile the couple thedominii
began. His work was done , however
almost before ho began. Love had con
quered , and , frightened almost to death
the couple desired to bo married then
and then , thinking they wore about U
moot a horrible death. The mlnistei
compiled , The couple could barelj
join hands from their various forced po
Billons , but they got a grip , however ,
nnd hold It while Mr. Jay road the
marriage ceremony from his impromti
pUlpil lu a third tree. When ho hac
finished Farmer Crandall and his twc
boys drove up with a load of hay for the
market. An oxplanalion was .hastily
given , the bri'de and groom and minis
tor wore transferred froin the trees to
the load of hay and the joyful party
drove to the homo of MJss Ellsworth ,
where the whole episode was related.
Ono must forgo the iron while il Is
hoi. If you are suffering with n pain In
your back , do fiot wait , 'twill ' bo useless
sulloring until the pain wears oft before
you apply Warner's Log Cabin Plaster.
2o cents. Try It.
Homo ClicHtuutH an Food.
Paris American Register : Gorman
agriculturists have discovered a use of
Iho much despised horse chestnut.
They dry , or rather bake , thorn , and ,
when Ihoroughlv free from moisture ,
feed them to their catllo , sheep and
pigs , also to deer nnd boars. In Iho
dried state these chestnuts crushed are
considered both wholesome nnd nutri
tious , even moro so than acorns. Ac
cording to chemical analysis they con
tain as much as 0.4 per cent of proteine
and 4.4 per cent of fatty mailer. Sheep
are nol given moro than 0116 kilogram
per day ; milch cattle up to five kilos ,
and animals for fattening as much as
ten kilos per day.
Wm. Black , Ablngdon. Iowa , was
cured of cancer of the eye ny Dr. Jones'
Red Clover Tonic , which cures nil blood
disorders and diseases of the stomach ,
liver and kidneys. The bcsl tonic and
appetizer known. 50 cents , Goodman
The foreign commerce of the United
States for the fiscal year shows a de
crease of oxporls and an increase of im
ports , resulting In an increase of trade
ot $ llH3i,780. ( The value of exports de-
reased by 830,208,592 , and the imports
ncreased by $31,545,378.
I SHALL OFFER
MxliO feet of trixcknce on Fsi-st avenue in Ilry-
ant A Cliuk'H udd. tliu tlnt'St truck-
RKO In the cltv.
Also Choice Hesldcucc Lots in
BRYANT & CLARK'S ' ADDITION ,
Fifty Lots in Highland Place.
Seventeen J.otn In Central Sub.
Twenty Acres on Ninth Avenue.
W. O. STACY ,
NO. O MAIN 8T.
' , such ni Lost , Found ,
To Loan. Kor Sale , To Kent , Wants. Hoard-
UK , tc. , will be inserted in this column at the
ovr rate of TEN CENTS PEll LINE for the dm
nsi-rtion and Five Cents Per Line for each sub
sequent Insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. No. 12 Pearl Street , near Broadway ,
Council IIluffs lowii.
WANTED To buy several lots for cash to
build on. Address or call on C. 11. Judd.
FlT"SALE ( Lease and furniture or hotel
In Omitha. Good reason for selling. Will
Bell on payments or trade for llvo stock. Ad
dress 1W4 N. Iftta fit. , Omaha. MA
T71OU HENT House corner 3d and Worth st.
-f ! Inquire at 700 M st.
WANTED-City canvassers. Call at White
! < enliiK machine office , 805 liroadway.
IOR HENT A furnished room , suitable for
two gentlemen , ground door , very centrally
located. Applicant must glvo reference. Ail-
drets T. 10 , Ilee office.
fANTED-Mattrcss makers at C. A. Ileebo
| CB for sale In car load lots. Mulholland i Co.
HENT Furnished front room , for gen
tlemen. 223 N. Second street.
T710K KENT Seven-room cottaca , on the cor-
JL ? ner of 3d ave. and Oth nt. W. C. James.
"I71OK KENT A large number of good dwell-
JP ings. Call and examine Hat. E. I ! . Sheafe
& Co. , Broadway and Main at. , up stairs.
HOUSES for rent. Johnston & Van Patten.
33 Main st.
17KR SALE House of 6 rooms and two lots on
X ? 8th avenue north of the transfer. Will take
11,000 for this , one-half cash.
TCTOH SALE A fine corner in Pierce's addition
JJ Just north nt the transfer , on Tth avenue
and 18th kt , 66x120 ft. , 1510.
"CftOR BALE House and lot north of U. F.
J-1 transfer cheap at 1800 ; 1200 cash and K& per
T71OH SALE-Lot 44x120 on 1st ave , near N. W.
JP U. H. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at 1400.
T71OH SALE-18 acres on both sides of U. P. R.
J ? It. track , 54 mile west of union depot ; would
make a line addition to Council muffs or Omaha.
Only $7CO per acre.
TJ1OH BALE An elegant fi-room cottape with
S : lot CaxUiO , on Harrison st ; this property IB
worth from f.1,000 to 11,600. but U bold BOOH will
sell for t2,60J ; good terms.
"C10U HENT A fine new eight-room houge at
X ? No. 918 4th avenue ; bath room , clo cti and
all modern improvements ; nice large pleasant
yard. Tnls place Is only 3.blocks from dummy
T71OH RENT Nice 4-room cottage on 8th ave.
X ? and 10th St. , only til per mouth ,
rpo LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
-L furniture , pianos , jewelry , etc. ; see me be
fore borrowing elsewhere.
FORREST SMITH ,
Room 4 , 3rd Floor , Brown Building.
ROCK SPRINGS , CANON CITY ,
And AM Fine Grades of Coal.
COUNCIL BLUFFS LUMBER CO ,
TILEI HOM ; NO. 257.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
MOBroadway Council Bluffs , Iowa. Established
TUESDAY I SATURDAY
AT 4:3) : I' . M. AT 3 p. w.
AND 8 P. M. | AMU 8 P. If.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block ,
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
CM and K2 Main StreetCouncil Ulurra.IowJL
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
1 ' HOSPITAL 45.FOUETB STEEET. . .
' ' 'TeUJihono No. UO5. '
COUNUlb BLUFFS , /I * i : IOWA
BUY A HOME ,
Nice new five room cottages with closets etc *
finished in hard wood and oil , only 5 minute *
walk from Omaha across the new Bridge and
located immediately on new electric car line.
And easy terms will secure you a comfortable
and convenient home.
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
.A. . H. FITOH ,
P. O. ROT 488 , OMAHA , NKIV
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN WESTERN IOWA ,
Our Stock is Larger Than Ever Be
fore. We can give Lower Prices
than ever before.
Our stock is more complete than
ever before. You can get better
bargains than ever before.
Especially Adapted fo (
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , I Mills and Elevators.
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFF - : - ENGINES.
Specifications nnd estimates furnished for complete steam plant * . Regulation , Durability Guar
anteed. Can show letters from users where- fuel Kvonomy Is c < iu l with Corliss Nou-t'ondunslng
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 670 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs. ' " <
C. JT (
HAS FOR SALE0
On the following railroads :
Chicago & Northwestern.
Chicago , Burlington & Quincy.
Chicago , Rock Island & Pacifc and
Don't wait to buy nt second hand , but 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 to buy.
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
TELEPHONE NO. 112.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
INRI ME * Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Ebtimalet ,
HPIDI " "
, DlniXlllDlllL. Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. BrowQ
, Council DlulTi , Iowa. '
Building _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J *
L7IMI CV RI1RI < T Attorney at Law , Second Floor Crown Building , 1
rmLLY DUrmE. " pearist.council uiufli , Iowa.
IR7 Justice ol the Peace. Office over American Exprew , No. 410
NQPUI . Broadway , Council Ulufls , Iowa. ' V
QTHNF Ri QIMQ . Attorneys at Law , Practice In the State and Fed era
O I VMU ( X OIIVIO Courts. Onice Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugart.Beno Block.
Council Bluffs , Iowa. ,
P P HAZEN'Ucnl'8t ' > 1 < 0 ° 'n ' ° ' ° pCra IIou8e Dlock > Council Bluffs , Iow
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
> 1514 DouglM Bt. , Ornftbi , Neb.
THE MORRIS TYPEWRITER.
PEICE $15 ,
Is equal t9
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