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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 14 , 188a
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICJ5. NO 12 I ! 3AIlh BTURHT.
Delivered br cnrrlfr In .Anv Pftrt of the City a
'lAvrnty Cents I'cr Wci > ! c.
11. W. TII.TON. . .itANAUr.K.
HrfiNF s OFFKT. N'o. .
NIIHIT r.niTnit. No.SI.
N. Y , I'hiiribuig company.
The board of trade will meet next
Start the new year with a clean , neat set
of books , made by Morchousu & Co.
lilcgant overcoatings at A. Kcitcr's ,
merchant tailor. Hit ! Broadway.
Best hard and Mjft coal and Missouri
wood. K. 14. Mayno , 010 Broadway ,
John Mutter was arrested last ovcninp
for disturbing the peace on "Tlio How. *
lie put up 8sl6 fur his appearance foi
trial tills morning.
Contractor Murphy will begin work
this morning on J. J. Shea's two new
hoiibcs on Fifth avenue , near Eightli
street. The buildings will bo veneered
with brick and will cost S-i./HX / ) .
The bower at the city jail was out of
order Monday , and all city prisoners
were taken to the county jail. The
iieccf-tiiry repairs were inado yesterday
morning , and the pots of the police are
ntrnin quartered in tlio cooler.
Marriage licenses were issued ycfctor-
dny to George Ilodrull and Julia B.
Cleveland , both of Omnha , Fritz Gactli
and Annie Leila , both of this county ,
and Patrick Brown and Hannah Jollicn ,
both of this city.
T. B. Baldwin nml W. D. Hnrdin
have formed a partnership for the doing
of a general real estate and loan busi
ness. They have fitted tip as their
olllce a portion of the old skating rink
building , No. oOI'carl street.
The hoard of insane commissioners
yesterday examined William Goodwin ,
who formerly resided at 8H5 Pierce
street. Ho was first arrested for drunk
enness , and found to be a candidate foi
the insane asylum. The commissioners
ordered him bunt to Mount Pleasant ,
and ho was taken thither last evening
by Deputy Sheriff Currio.
Police court business was light yes
terday morning. S. C. Kendall and Lo-iio
Cooper were each nsbehscd $7.iO ( for in
toxication. Frank Peterson was charged
with disturbing the peace. His cabc
was bet for hearing in the afternoon ,
and ho was released on bail. Ho was
mil-rested a few minutes later charged
with vagrancy. Ho pleaded not guilty
to the latter charge.
A largo audience witnessed "Hold By
the Enemy" at Dohany's last evening.
The company was a good ono , and pre
sented this interesting war drama in an
intorcuting manner. Tlic situations
were thrilling and the tableaux de
cidedly realistic. The scenic elTccts
wore strictly first class , and assisted ma
terially in a proper presentation ol the
The Adams Express company is fitting
up an ollico at IJ17 Broadway , and will
make its first into this
run city to-mor
row. Their express matter will bo for
warded over the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St. Paul. The United States oxnress ,
now carried over that line , will bo
transferred to the Chicago , Kouk Island
& Pacific. The present messengers
will bo retained. The Adams express
matter at the transfer will he handled
by the Pacific Express company's em
The stone paving replaced on Broad
way by the now bridge company , inbido
their tracks , is in very poor condition
in many places , and is causing much
adverse criticism. The work was done
ina hurry , and without proper inspec
tion. Many of the granite blocks are
already loose and considerably out of
place and there- are many low spots ,
causing the street to bo very uneven.
The indications are that it will not belong
long until the whole job will have to be
done over again.
See W. C. Stacy's'ad.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
We have listed with us some cash and
a few good farms to exchange for Coun
cil Bluffs property. A. A. Clark & Co. ,
Broadway and Main.
E. II. Shcafo & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at Jowcstratoof interest. Ollico
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Mixed pickles in bulk at N. I. Tib-
bitts , : ! 45 Broadway.
Dr. C. C. Ilazon , dentist , opera house
Fremont Benjamin , of Avoca , is at
Frank Levine is rejoicing over a now
boy at his homo.
Mrs. Paul Temple , of Rule , Neb. , is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith.
Messrs. McAdams & Atnbcrg leave
for Chicago to-night.
Alderman George Motcalf has opened
tf real estate ollico at No. 14 Pearl
Presiding Elder Smith loft yesterday
morning for UowCityto attend the con
ference of the Methodist preachers of
i Colonel \Vhittlcsoy has boon ill for
, ton days or more , but was able to bo out
yesterday to begin his duties as foro-
inan of the grand jury.
'Congressman Lyman was out and
about yesterday , to the gratification of
his many friends , who were so alarmed
by his recent and severe illness.
Emory A. Stcdmnn , son of the well
known Matt Stodnmn , was married in
Chicago last Wednesday , the bride
being Miss Gertrude Clingman.
Hon. Joseph Lyman has sufficiently
recovered from his recent paralytic
attack to attend to business , and was
conspicuous among the members of the
bar at the court house yesterday , while
the court was calling the docket and
The announcement of the death of
Fred W. Sharp , in Colorado , causes
Mrs. E. Irons , of this city , to believe it
was her brother , from whom she has
not heard in II vo years. The last she
know of him he was in Colorado , but
her brother had no middle initial in
hlu name , She has written for further
particulars. He left a small estate and
was an unmarried man.
Having embarked in the real estate
bubinetsj and bejng desirous of securing
a large and complete list , I respectfully
afck my friends and others who have
properly for bale to list tlio same with
mo. Gicoitui : MIJTCAI.P ,
No. M Pearl-st.
Wo do not Intend to Indorse any except arti
cles of mrrlt , lint we lake i > lo.iMiru In rt-iurrlng
to tliu " ( ixrliind Stoves unit Itancun whosu
HOpcrlorlty U too well established to bo called
linjitentlo ; ! . They ureliellevod to 1 uni'iuili'd '
by any In tu world , Sold exclusively by 1 * . C.
1)0 Vol. _
The finish on our collars , outTs and
BhlrtH cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Have our wagon call for your soilo-l
cluthea , Cut > ca.do Laundry Co.
THE COUNT OF THE COUNTY
The Clofcost Rnco Ever Run by the
OPENING THE DISTRICT COURT
Short < > T Jurors nt Avocn The Now
Klscimm lilnck The Itrldjro Tax
Doings nT tlic Council
Hurt in n Ilunn-
Slinrt or .Intorn.
The methods for drawing jurors tot
terms of court nro provided by tlio state
Ituv , without any thought of providing
for double-barrelled counties lilto i'ot-
tnwattunitc. Hero there nro two courts
to bo supplied , 0110 here and another a <
Avoca. The number of jurors rcgulnrli
drawn is supposed to do for counties
having ono court , but hero with two
courts the increased number of terms
caiibos the supply of jurymen to run
short. As a result there nro no jury
men for the term of court to bo hold in
Avoca the latter part of this month. Ii
is claimed that at the January term of
court hero there will bo a like short
ness of jurors , as the panel will have to
bo drawn out of this year's list , twenty
days before the term , necessitating the
drawing in December.
A move will bo miido to secure an act
of legislature to provide for a larger list
of names in this county for the drawing
Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
Wo have no competitors in finishing
collars , cull's and shirts. Cascade Laun
All grades soft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Money loaned on fuiniture , 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.
Rock Spring coal , Gleason , iiO Pearl
Is It Unsafe ?
The front wall of the Pacific house
adjoining the part now boingtorn down ,
is considerably out of place and assumes
a threatening attituuc. The lower part
is bulged out into the street , and the
whole front is out of plumb. It has been
braced from the sides since the east
corner support was removed , but the
wall is far from safe , and it is probable
that the council will bo asked to con
demn the property and order it torn
down. The building is little clso than
an oycsoro to the public , and since the
work of tearing down was commenced
for the new Kisoman block , the old wall
constantly menaces the lives of the
pjihsorsby. The authorities are in duty
bound to protect the lives of the citf-
zens , and it is imperative that some
steps should bo taken toward properly
securing the wall above referred to , or
seeing that it is torn down.
The Council Bluffs Lumber Co. want
you to try some of their coal.
If you want to borrow money , buy a
lot , house and lot , farm , or trade any
thing , sec A. A. Clark & Co. , Broad
way and Main.
Headquarters for stoves.
ODELL & BIIVANT , 513 Main st.
Will Ijo.se tlio Printing.
Misfortunes never como singly , so it is
said , and this scorns to bo the case so
lar as the Globe is concerned. The re
cent election will deprive that institu
tion of the postoHice , which amounts tea
a snug little $1,000 a year , and the
county returns , as figured up yesterday
by the county supervisors , place three
republican members on the county
board. Heretofore the county printing
has been awarded to the Glebe , irre
spective of the bids of other printing
establishments. Last spring a vigor
ous kick was made on account of tlio
partisanship of the democratic ma
jority of tiio board , but without avail.
The bid of the Glebe was among the
highest , but it was awarded the con
tract. It is hardly probable that this
will bo the case next year. The elec
tion of Chambers as county clerk will
not add materially to the revenue of the
Glebe olllce. Altogether the election
gnvo tlio Glebe a very black eye , and
none rcali/.o this fact more fully than
Illinois and Iowa host soft coal , Glea
son , -0 Pearl street.
E. H. Shcafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. OIHco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
For bargains in real estate in any
part of the city sue F , J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
Dresses made Wool dresses $5 to $8 ,
silks and plushes $8 to $10. Miss Sim
mons , over Kiboman's.
Opening of Court.
The November term of the district
court convened yesterday , with Judge
Carson on the bench. The forenoon
was takun up in calling the docket.
The grand jury , consists of James
Rainbow , of Silver Crook ; A. T.
Whittlosoy , of Kane ; N. Kirch , of Keg
Crook ; O. II. Dutrow , of Grofcont ; S.
V. Pratt , of Norwalk ; Thomas Leonard ,
Hazel Dell , and M. Goodwin , of Kane
township. The latter was appointed in
place of Ilflir.'y I Fay wood , of Garner ,
who is now absent on a western hunt
ing trip. This accounts for Kane town
ship having two members on the grand
Tlio following assignment of cases
was inado during the afternoon for the
remainder of the week : Wednesday ,
November 14 , Nos. 5,81(0 ( , 6,841 , , fi,8ia ,
6,884. Thursday , November 15 , 6,857 ,
5,801. Friday , November 1(1 ( , 4,090 ,
5.ti i. Several other cases were as
signed for trial later in the term.
There are forty-six criminal , Ul.'J equity
and ! )50 ) law cases on tlio docket. The
term will bo a lengtlry ono , and will run
well into the holidays. About one hun
dred of the < > 0 ! ) cases on the docket are
saloon cases and will bo vigorously pros
ecuted by the prohibitionists. There
are alc'o nearly thirty cases to bo sub
mitted to the grand jury. The criminal
docket will not bo takun up until the
latter part of this mouth and will re
quire ( UHHit two weeks ,
Kxtiot Klcuiion Figures.
The board of supervisors continued
their labors yesterday in canvassing
the county returns. It scums that they
liad several more surprisca in store.
Underwood's majority for supervisor
was'cut down to a minority , and Covclt
way found ( o be elected constable over
LoTuold .by puo majority * Chamber's
majority over Shea for county clerk
footed up nearly two hundred more
than was expected oven by the most
sanguine republicans. The democratic
majority in the county was cut down
over ono thousand since the last elec
tion , The result as sot forth is most
gratifying to the republicans , while the
democrats are oven inoro angry and
disgusted than a wcolc ago , when the
news of Cleveland's defeat was first
The vote on county supervisors
makes a most ivmivrkublo showing.
The totnl vote in the county was 0.4S4 ,
and the race was so snug that one dem
ocrat , Underwood , was defeated by fif
teen. The four candidates run so snug
thatthoro was only forty-three votes
dilTei'onco between the highest and
the lowest. The result of the count
wtis as follows :
Ninth district presidential electors
Snilf , r , 4f > 8 ! ) ; Fan-ell , d , 4,8&2.
The democratic majority in the
county on the head of the ticket was
Sil.'l , and varied on the various nomi
nees from a democratic majority of SOO
to a republican majority of nearly 000.
Attorney ' ( loneral S'tono , r , 4,001 ! ;
Mitchell , 'd. 4,871 ! .
Hailroad Commissioners Republi
can : Smith , 4,07(1 ( ; Campbell , 4.078 ;
Mahin , 4,487. Democrat : Doy , 5,140 ;
Lund. 4,8(11 ( ; Wills , 4,874.
D. M. Harris , democratic nominee
for congress , received a majority of 177.
J. M. Hammond , democratic nominee
for district judge , received a majority
II. J. Chambers , republican nominee
for county clerk , elected by a majority
of nl3. (
W. II. Thomas , democratic nominee
for county recorder , elected by a major
ity of 750.
J. P. Organ , democratic nominee for
county attorney , elected by a majority
For supervisors , Alexander , demo
crat , 47J54. Underwood , democrat , 4714.
Osier , republican , 47l ! ! ) . Perry , repub
lican , 40' ' ) ! .
The supervisors-elect are Charles Al
exander and Alex Osier , ono republican
and one democrat , making the board
republican , by three to two , for next
year. _ _
Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
8nint Ilernnrd Place.
I 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 50x2-50 feet ,
and are choice residence property.
They are high and dry and present a
commanding view , F"or full informa
tion regarding prices and terms apply
to J. G. Tipton , sole agent , 627 Broad
We have some choice bargains in bottom
tom property listed with us by parties
who say they must have money. A. A.
Clark iic Co. , Broadway and Main.
Hurt In n Kunawny.
Yesterday afternoon the first serious
accident occurred as a result of the
steep hill on Madison s treat just outside
of Fair-mount park. The victims of the
accident are Mrs. Frank Racer and her
sister , Miss Ryan. The ladies had
visited the park driving the family
horse. When descending the hill the
buggy crowded upon the- horse and ho
started to run. Miss Ryan was driving
and she pluckily held to the lines dur
ing the mad rush into the city. At the
intersection of Madison street and
Broadway the horse toolc a sharp turn to
the loft and , striking the sidewalk at the
engine house , the buggy was overturned
and the occupants were thrown
heavily to the earth. Both la
dies were taken up in an insensi
ble condition and taken to the
ollico of Dr. Houghton , whore remedial
agents were applied and the unfortu
nate ladies recovered consciousness.
Several bruises are the principal re
sults so far as can bo learned , although
Miss Ryan suffered sadly from the
shock to her nervous system. She was
completely prostrated. A little five-
year-old daughter of Mrs. Racer , who
was also in the bugiry. escaped without
a scratch' . Late in the evening both
ladies were removed to their homo , 110
North Sixth street. The buggy was a
complete wreck , ami the horse was
considerably cut about the legs and
body. Those conversant with the
locality where the accident occurred
will marvel that the results wore BO
S. B. Wausworth & Co. loan money.
.Tust received , a car load of selocto d
Michigan apples. II. J. Palmer , 12
Thn Council at Work.
Last evening the city council mot in
special session. Present , the mayor
and a full board of aldcrmon.
A resolution was adopted authorizing
the payment of bonds in the sum of
$2.15,000 to the Omaha and Council Bluffs
Bridge company , as per vote of a ma
jority of the citizens at a special elec
tion hold in 1880.
An ordinance vacating Broadway ex
tension street from the west line of
Ferry addition and reinvesting the title
in the Omaha and Council Bl nil's Bridge
company , and that the city execute a
quit claim deed to that tract , was
The matter of irregularities in
the matter of charging improve
ments to the Broadway Mothodiht
church property was brought up by W.
A. Mayno and referred to the judiciary
A resolution was introduced by Alder
man Knophor declaring the charter of
the gaslight company forfeited on ac
count of non-compliance of the company
with the terms of the charter. Alder
man Lacy desired that the matter
should bo referred. The same position
was taken by the city solicitor and Al
derman Motcalf from the fact that the
charter expires next February and no
good could bo accomplished by this
inothod of procedure. Tlio matter was
referred to the city solicitor and judici-
try committee. Alderman Motcalf said
it was a notorious fact that wo are
paying three times too much for
JUH , and some action should bo
aken to afTot-d relief. These was con
ceded by the council aim the dilTeronco
of opinion was as to what was the best
notnod to pursue to secure the desired
A lot of intersection bills , sewer ,
grading and paving were ordered paid.
j'his cleans up the city improvements
for the year.
Alderman Motcalf moved that the
iity runrtilml bo instructed to remove ,
'orthwith , all obstructions from Fuir-
nount avenue , Carried.
The citizens on South Seventh pro-
.csted against the condition in which
that street is and the constant blocking
of that street by the railroad. The
narshal was instructed to notify the
ailronds to open that street within live
An clogant corner lot on Eighth
itroet. For particulars inquire of
Motcalf , 14 Pearl-st.
. J. G. Tipton bus bargains in real estate.
The WellKnownHporlVcilsa Hand
some MnHsnehuselts Lnily.
NEW VOKK , Is'ov. 13jr-Jpro Dunn , the well-
known sporting man , Uecamo n benedict
Sunday. The bride -was .Miss Louise F.
Xnglc , of Cambridge , Mrrts , The ceremony
was performed by llijy.V , P. Kenny at the
church of the Holy Innocents , Thirty-seventh
street and Broadway. . Itutho presence of n
number of friends of ihofontracting parties ,
among them being nintiV prominent sporting
men. HI lire the art ravin which Jero Dunn
killed Jim Elliott , thoVupIllst , In n Chicago
resort , the former has devoted himself to
horacracing anil has owned some of the
finest stock on the turf , riant year his horses
were very successful nnd ho wou consider
Mrs. Dunn Is a very beautiful and attrac
tive young woman. She comes from nn old
eastern family , Is admirably connected , nud
her pcoplo nro thoroughly satisfied with her
choice of n husband. Mr. Dunn has been on
the spot , has made tlio acquaintance of all
the lady's relatives , and has won them over
to bin side. Mr. nud Mrs. Dunn will have n
wedding tour , embracing a fnlr share of tlio
show places , such us Washington and Nlng-
nra Falls , after which tho. " will return and
stay down at the Kossmoro hotel. Then Mr.
Dunn will send his horses Into winter quar
ters , wind up the season's business here , and
take u winter's trip with his bride to Cali
McCaffrey mul Kitten to PlRht.
MiNXKAi'OMx , Nov. lit , Dotiilnlck Me-
CalTrey , the heavyweight pugilist , ar
rived in the Twin Cities yesterday afternoon -
noon from Pittsburg. He Is here to arrange
for n glove contest with t'at Killcn , to occur
November HO. Hosaid Unit lie was in excellent
physical condition , and expects , after u fort
night's training , to make an interesting light
with hard-listed Pnt Killen. Ho claims that
when properly trained ho is twenty-live
pounds the lighter man. Ho will begin ac
tive training in this olty at once.
MoAuV.fTo SliiiiH to Flclit Myers.
Niw : YOIIK , Nov. 13. Champion light-
weight.laok McAulifTo and Jimmy Nelson
having closed their sparring engagement at
Brooklyn theater , Jack at once began the
completion of the match with Hilly Myers ,
of Springer , 111. Hoth Myers ami AlcAullffo
have their forfeit , money up at the oflico of
the Boston Globe and all that was necessary
was for McAnlilTc to draw up and sign arti
cles of agreement and send them on to Myers
for signature , An interested crowd watched
the making of them.
THK SOLID SOUTH IS T1KKD.
Significant KxDrcHsion Prom a Promi
nent and Inilitf utlnl Bourbon.
CIUKI.RSTOX , S. C. , Nov. 111. The News
and Courier has published the opinions of
thirty county chairmen on the situation.
One of the leading democrats in the state cre
ated a sensation by saying : "I for ono am
getting tired of be'ng ' used as a catspaw to
ruko the chestnuts out of the lire for north
ern politicians of New York and the Howitt-
Hill-Onint stripe. For twenty years or
more those people have been using us to
servo their selflsh ends. The solid south has
been used as u catspaw by them and tlio
solid south is n solidified fool if it docs not
kick over the truces. I would have a con
vention of the southern states and discuss
the situation. Let us say to the national
republican committee , wo are tired of this
thing .and we want'to break through the
traces. Give us your assurance that you
will leave us alone to manage our state
affairs and that you will give us decent fed
eral officials in the south pnd wo will break
up the solid south mid vote for the best man
for president , whether heiho a republican era
a democrat. " i
A BABY IIEIIt. MISSING.
Mother and Father "VVcro Quarreling
Nr.w YOIIK Nov. .
, 13.-TThe two-year-old
son of Frank Wasson ! thd heir to the great
estate of Prof. Wasson , the millionaire rail
way car manufacturer , has been missing
since Wednesday evening , and the police
have been busily at worK company.'S
afforded them by the anxious mother. The
story of the child's disappearance has
brought to light the fact that its father is
about to begin proceedings against bis young
wife for divorce. The mother believes that
the father is responsible for the strange ab
sence of tlic child. Mrs. Wasson culled at
the police station Wednesday night , and
stated that her son was last seen on Wednes
day evening , when ho was given into the
cure of the nurse , who has also disappeared.
Much Grain Burnett.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. lil. This morning Watr
son's store , extending from 150 to 150 Fur-
man street , owned by Colonel Watson , and
leased to the Fulton Grain Milling company
who had 3.10,000 bushels of oats , wheat and
corn in store , burned. Thousands of bushels
of wheat , corn and oats , flowed
down from the different stores and
covered up half of the street. The total lessen
on grain , building and machinery is about
5550,000. Tlioro is an insurance of $150,000
on the building and machinery and the
'raln is mostly Insured. At noon the
engines were still pouring streams on the
ruins. It is thought the 11 ro originated in
the engine rooms.
Mexicans Capture American Soldiers.
EL PASO , Tex. . Nov. 13. Captain T. H.
Logan , commanding theUnitcd States troops
at Fort Hancock , on the Hio Grande
seventy miles below hero , with several moni
tors of his command and a civilian , L. W.
Evans , last Sunday went on the Mexican
side of the river to hunt. They were ar
rested by a force of Mexican frontier guardsj
who took thorn in custody as soldiers ol a
foreign power found on Mexican territoy ,
under arms. Civilian Evans was released ,
but the captuiu mid his soldiers are still In
They AVIII Take The Tax.
Some of the bridge company uro said
to bo in favor of refusing ncoopt tlio
tux voted by this city , on account of the
conditions attached. If they should not
accept the bonus they coula fix tlio rate
us they BOO fit. Tlioro need bo little
doubt , though , about whether they will
take the inonoy. It.will bo tnkon , and
the conditions , as far as a tar ill is eon-
corned , make the highest rates permis
sible IIH follows :
Each footman across the bridge fie
Each passenger on motor cars lOo
Ono horse and rider. , lOo
Ono horse , buggy and 'driver. . , . , ] 0o
Ono horse wij'on , or light carriage 15o
Two horse wagon , or hack i0c. !
Improved and vacant' ' property in nil
parts of the city ; 1)0x160 ) foot on Gloii
uvonuo. onst front , a bargain ; business
properly on Broadway and Fourth
street. 'R. P. Odlcer1 , North Main
street , DoVol's blocjjf. Council Bluffs.
All grades hard peal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Weather strips at Chapman's art store ,
Notice the beautiful finish given col-J
lurs , culTri and shirts by Cascade Luun
dry company. ' ,
The New Klxninan. Illoolc.
The plans for the now block to bo
built by II. Kisoman ft Co. , on the slto :
of the old Pacific house , give promise
of a structure of rare beauty. The ;
front is to bo of plato class , and four
stories high. Tlio building will be ( ! 8
foot front by 178 in depth. It will boone
ono of tlio finest buildings of ita size in
Money loaned at L. B , Crafts A ; Co.'s
loan ollico , on furniture , pianos , horses , [
wagons' , personal property of all kinds ,
and till other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
Loans.inado on'city business and residence -
donco property. Notes bought. Kim-
biUl-C'hump Investment company.
Ha Contents Htlnjr High Trice * nt
NEW YO K , Nov. 18. [ Special Telegram to
THE Hnn. ] The wluo cellar of tlio late Sam-
ucl J , TiUlen was vandalized by an auc
tioneer and crowds of purchasers to-day.
Five hundred and twenty bottles of Stcln-
bcrgcr brought from $3.50 to SO per bottle ,
porno double O Madiera brought t3.60 , and
some Hluc-grass whisky forty years old
brought f 11.50 per gallon. In all 440 bottles
were sold ,
Another Compromising hotter.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 13. [ Special Telegram
to TUB URn.l Juilgo Denny's trouble In
Corca was the writing of a letter. Ho was
appointed from Oregon as United States con
sul at Shanghai. During the Arthur admin
istration he found himself out of a job and
was appointed American adviser to the king
of Corc.a til a salary of 18,000 a year , In an
evil moment Judge Dunny wrote a letter
showing that Corea was not n vassal of
China , The letter pot into print and his re
call 1ms been demanded by the Chinese gov
ernment. Our Government , however , is In
no way responsible for Denny , as ho was ap
pointed Ly the king of Corca.
Two Ijlttlc Trcooiif * Married.
DBS Moivr.R , la. , Nov. lit. [ Special Tele
gram to Tim Hin.J : The "Little Tycoon"
opera company that played hero last evening
had a little surprise for Itself In the mar-
iago of the lending tenor , Mr. Aldrieh Libby ,
of Hoston. to Miss Kate Powell Terry , an un
derstudy from Philadelphia. The couple had
been more loving toward each other than the
rcnulrome.nts of the play strictly called for ,
and yet their marrlago was a surprise to
most in the company. They received hearty
congratulations after the curtain fell and
the secret came out.
MlNHionnry Council in
WASHINGTON , Nov. 13. The twentv-nlnth
annual session of tlio missionary council of
the American Episcopal church began this
morning in this city. After the service of
morning prayer and holy communion , nt
which Hlshop Tuttle , of Missouri , read the
gospel. Bishop Whipplo , of Minnesota , de
livered the opcnini ; sermon. About two
hundred and llfty delegates were present ,
among whom were mauy prominent bishops
of the church.
Briulc MakcrH In Session.
MEM rii is , Nov. HI. The third annual ses
sion of the National Brick Manufacturers'
association convened hero this afternoon.
After the usual routine business , President
Dr. Purington , of Chicago , delivered the an
nual address. Tlio election of ottlcers lor the
ensuing year followed.
A Fatal Kxplosion.
LEXINGTON , Ky. , Nov. lit. Lite this after
noon , while laborers were preparing u blast ,
a blast of dynamite in a rock quarry , u pre
mature explosion killed the owner of the
quarry , Milio Garmlcy , mortally wounded
John Hays , and seriously injured a negro.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should al
ways bo used for children teething Itsoothes
the child , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
curcs'.xvind colic , and is the best remedy for
diarrliccn. t5c ! a bottle.
LOTS IN FERRY ADDITION !
For a Short Time I Will Offer
In Kerry Addition to Council lllutls on the fol
lowing Terms :
Inside Lots on Ave. A J MX )
Insld3l.otsonAvo.il MX )
Inside fjOts on Ave. C 4M
Inside Lots on First Ave MO
Inside Lots on Second Ave MX )
Inside Lots on Third Ave MO
Inside Lots on N. Bld fourth Ave 4M )
Inside Lots oil S. Sldu Fourth Ave 4CO
CET AH Corner Lots fa More.
TERMS One-tenth cash , balance In nine annual
optional payments , with K per cent In
terest , payable annually. Will give con
tract for warranty deed and furnish ab
stract when fully paid.
w. SIII > I\TOI F ,
No. 8 , North Main St. . Council Hinds. I .
BROADWAY LOTS ,
FlltST AVENUK IiOTS ,
KEKRY A1 > D1TIOLiOTS ,
y ADDITION LOTS ,
EVANS' BRIDGE ADD. LOTS ,
1IKYANT & CbAKIi'S
ADDITION LOTS ,
STREET'S ADDITION LOfS. ALSO
20 ACRES Or
THE BEST PROPERTY IN TOWN
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone V. < 2. No. 9 Main Street.
SPECIArjAdverttBomcnts , such fin Lost , Found ,
To Loan. 1'or Sale. To Kent. Wants , HoardIng -
Ing , etc. , will bo Inserted in this column at the
low rate of TUN CUNTS I'BH MNK for the first
Insertion und Five Cents I'er Line for each sub-
Becjuent insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. No. K I'earl Street , near llroadway ,
Council ItlulfH Iowa.
" 17)011 KENT 2 or 3 nicely furnlsned rooms for
-I ? housekeeping. Call on or address Dr. F. W.
Houghton , 10) ) llroadway , Council Hlnlls , la.
DltUO Stock for Sale Cheap or will trade for
Council Illuiru property. Address or cull on
HurJo lliuis iCo. . , Council HUHIX la.
/1HOICK furnished rooms , heated by furnace ,
V-/y nqunres south from llroadway ; locution
tlrst-olass ; good board convenient : relerences
required. Apply 710 Willow nve. , between 7th
nmlStn. W.O. Wlrt.
ITVJIl SAI.K Or Hxchungo A ROOI ! Brain elc-
Jvator ! in an Iowa town , to sell or trade for
farm land. Jonnston A ; Van ratten , Council
WANTED Two gentlemen boarders , or man
and wife ; private family ; tlvo minutes
walk from P. O , Itcferencea required. K 8 lleo
WANTKD-Mnttrcss makers ot C. A. lleobo
TJ1OK IlKNT Seven-room cotta e. on tlio cor-
JL ner or yd avo. and Oth ft. W. C , J ames.
TTKU HKNT A larKO number of good dwell-
Jlugs. . Call and examine list. K. II. Sheaf o
ACo. : , Uroadivay and Main St. , up Blairs.
LOOK ! LOOKLOOK ! !
LOTS IN CHARLTON ,
A now addition , K'su than * i inllo noith of
llroadway. Jlunkeru. merchant * , jirofesBlonul
men , mechanics , working-men ana everybody
'an make money faster by buying In L'hurlton
lmu In any other portion of the New Council
Illuiru Tli en o loin will bofcoldat from JIM to
IVJUeacb. One-sixth cash , balance In monthly
> ayments ut B per cent Interest , fall ami ( jet
lOU KENT Hou of 7-rooms. closets , pnntry ,
cellar , city watt-r , etc. No. MX ) 7tli
Bt. OnlyM'j ) , 1100 cotih , remainder
lu one and two years at H par cent.
"OK 8AM5 30 acres of the bent Burdening land
on the bfHt road rmmliii , ' Into Coun
cil lllufTH and Ojnuliii , Jiiht oust of
thin city. Will make you any leiina
you want If you nro able to improve
It at onto. If you want garden
thin la the luiul you wnnt , I'rlce ,
FORREST SMITH ,
i , 3rd Floor , Urowu
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
No. 103 Main St. , Council Bluffs.
Now that the New Bridge is done wo have all that ii
needed , to bring the good people of Omaha to our beautiful
city , and give them inducements to buy cheaper than anywhere /
where else. Wo propose to make such low prices to oufi
Omaha friends that will insure us at least a portion of tliois
trade. Our stock is not excelled by any in our lino. "VVa
sell the beautiful
HARDMAN , FISHER , A. B. CHASE ,
Everett , Pease & Howard Pianos , and the HOYAL CKN >
TUHV Organ. Sell for cash or on time. Our stock of small
musical instruments , strings , sheet music and music booka
Kspcclnlly Adapted foi
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER. Mills and Elevators ,
AUTOMATIC GUT-OFF ENGINE.
Specifications nnd ostlmntps furnished for complete utriun plniiK IlrRiilntlon , Durnlilltty Ounri
antcril. Cnn Bliow letters fioiu users where fuel Uconomy ts equal with Corliss N'oti-Comlenshift
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 610 Pearl Street , Council Blulls.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES ,
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
AND TRAVELING AGENTS OX COMMISSION
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
) OFFICES (
COUNCIL BLUFFS P. C. DC Vol's Store , No. I OMAHA Carpenter Paper Co. , No. Ill
504 Middle Broadway. Telephone No. 87. | Douglns Street. Telephone No. 'AM.
C. E. HELL. G. A. HKHI.1NGIIOF.
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects , Designers and Superintendents
of Construction ,
Mr. Herlinffhof was SPYCII years willi
Mr iidclcHofin , Pislier & Lowry , and lias
designed many of the finest blocks
in Onmliu uud Council Bluffs.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates made on Application ,
Studio , Room. 2 Opera House Bluclc
D7H. McDANELD STCO
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
tap and S3 Halo Street.Couucll Bluffajowa.
Bed Bora Set nil Parlor Set
At J , GOLDBERG'S ' "THE FAIR , "
Commonclntr Monday , Nov. 12th.
All purchasers of Dry Goods , Clothing nnd
Ot'iitH' J'urnlhhtnf ; Coons amounting to fl.UO
will receive a ticket entitling them to u cliancu
on either a ( Inu parlor or bedroom set. Ilcmcm-
her , K < > oilH iiro niurked lower than ever , and a
ticket ( toes with every dollar's worth purchased.
The beautiful prizes cun bo been at the store ,
18 MAIN STREET.
_ CALL AND SER THEM. _
S , STEWART , M , D , , D , V , M ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. 205.
COUNU1IJ BMJKFS , i I IOWA
NO , 29 MAIN STREET ,
Latcht Novelties In
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
MIlS. C. , GII MuTTC.
A Complete Stock of
! OOK and WING STOVES
.owar than the lowest foods sold on rauy pay-
nt'iita at C'usli I'llcex.
1'or theaccomodatlon of Worklncmen , I will
rvvpopen .Sunday from 8 u. in , to I p. in ,
I'or Ht'coml lluml ( Jooils lu good order I will
my full value. Special Inducement to Umulm
A. J. MANDEL ,
. W.l ami : t25 ! Jlroiicluaj.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
OODroadway Council JJlutTu , lovra. U
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
151-1 Doujjlaa at. , Ouiubu , NeU
GEO. H. MESCHENDORB
Will sell for cash , meat at the following prices !
mm. HREF < c rOHTKRHOUHE. . 1
COKN HREF 40 P01IKCIIUP. .
SIIUin.URItHUAST.be J'OHK ItOAST. .
HIM ItOAST. no 1IAM8 VMt
HOUND STRAK He IIACON l53
SIULOINSTKAK. . We i.Aitn. . . . . . . . . . ; . iJ *
VRAr. AND MUTTON BTKWS
VRAIj AND MUTTON HOASTfl :8 :
BAUSAQfi OF ALL KINDS
And all other Meats in the samef
NO , 027 B'WAY. TEL. NO. 1C1 |
TREE OF LIFE
A positive euro for Liver and Kidney troubv
les , nil Hlood Diseases , Indlycstlon , DyspctW
slu , and Sour Stomach , is found in
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE
For KO.\O \ by local druggists nml druggist
everywhere. Price $1 per bottle , six for f5i
Address all communication ; ) to
DIE. J. IS. 31
Council UluflVIn ,
HOT WA ER KEATING
_ _ PIPE .
il > and I
JOIIXNo. . 5-1 fllnln Slrnct , '
Ciiiiniill ItlulTW , la.
Corrt'Miiondents Mt-utlon Thl
No. 14 Pearl St.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER ,
PRICE $15 ,
IB equal tl
7t ( , KJI on Mlmeotupb , the tcit uppiratui fq
luutilfclillrji' , ulosraphlo and tgrpu wrllliu * ' 'r
a.UCij roiilci tan be lalien.
The Escolslor Co.Council Bluffs , I * ,
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