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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : jfiATURDAY , JANUARY 12 , 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFKICIJ. NO 1JI I'
Delivered by cnrrltr In Anv 1'nrt of lioCltya
' 1-MHityCcnti j'crWeek.
11. W. TII.'ION . MANAdHU.
lirMN s OITII r No. 43.
NKIHT iiilTnn. : Nn. 21.
N. V. Plumbing company.
C'oal nnd wood. K. K. Mayno , CIO D'way.
Hnniinh , infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrp. H. Tomson , died yoHtcrdny morn-
inc nt 1M ! ) < ) South Sixtconth street , of
Charles , infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Durlln , died yesterday. The
funeral will taku place to-morrow from
the residence , 81It Avenue 13.
Tiio citv council , next Monday even
ing , will visit the institute for the deaf
nnd dumb to inspect the system of in
candescent lighting there in operation.
All members of Council Bluffs tnaon-
iiorchor are requested to meet at theii
hall Sunday nt 1:80 : p. in. sharp , to at
tend the funeral of the late Hermann
.Toe Ciu-oo was yesterday sent to jail
for thirty days for the larceny of a caj
on Lower Urondwny. Robert Sholt/
vug , and 0. L < \ Jennings , arrested as a
auspicious character , were both dis
The three-year-old ' on of Mr. ant
Mrs. Frank ljurdeo died yesterday
morning of membraneous croup. The
funornl will lake place this afternoon
from the residence on Pierce street ,
near Glen avenue and HluH street. _
r The funeral of the late Jlornmnn
Kraeht will take place on Sunday after
noon nt U o'cloolc from their residence ,
7JI1 Seventh avenue. Friends of the
family are requested to attend the fu-
ncrul without further notice.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. M
Scars is ill with varioloid. Hoth the
child nnd its mother are down with the
same disease. Their cases are directly
duo to the carelessness of the board ol
health in enforcing quarantine at the
The stockholders of Rescue Hose cotn-
, No. it , will hold their annual meot-
Eany at 8 o'clock this evening' ' , at their
rooms over Durlin Bros. ' grocery. A
full attendance is desired , as an election
of olTcors will bo held. M. B. Brown ,
The clovon-year-old daughter of Mr.
Carter , living near the transfer , died
last evening. This is the family that
has been nllliclcd with smallpox some
time. This irhi was one of tlio patients ,
but it was thought she had recovered.
She will bo buried to-day.
Ernest .1 , Pile , infant son of Mr. and
Mrs U. L. Pile , died January 11 at 10ao :
o'clock , aged three weeks. The fu
neral will occur this afternoon at "
o'clock from the family residence , cor
ner Franklin nvonuunnd Platner street.
Rev. D. CJ. Franklin will conduct the
Two additional petitions for divorce
have been liled with the clerk of 4tho
district court. Mrs. Adeline Hanson
wants a decree to sever the bonds hold
ing her to Ilaiib Hanson , alleging
drunkencss and inhuman treatment ,
and William A. Moore wants a divorce
from Rottio V. . on the ground of deser
E. W. Haincs will next week begin
the workjof rcrnoedling the Paciliohouse ,
preparatory to reopening the building
us a hotel. A now glass front will bo
put in on the lower Hoer , now lloor laid ,
and the entire building re-pnpored and
painted. The interior will b'o repainted ,
and the whole structure ilttcd up in first
class stylo. If the weather continues
favorable the building will bo ready for
occupancy by March 1.
Thomas O'Brien and Frank Williams ,
two of the follows who attempted to rob
the store of John Lindor , and also stole
a scarf from the store of Spolman Bros. ,
had their preliminary examination yes
terday. They wore bound over to the
grand jury in the sum of 8300 each
which they failed to give and wore
again locked ujj. Frank Moore , the
third of the trio , is hold on the charge
of disturbing the peace , and his case
pAbo Lincoln post , G. A. R. , and
General George M. O'Brien encamp
ment , Sons of Veterans , visited Omaha
last evening , in response to an invita
tion from their Nobrasita brethren to
witness the installation ceremonies of
the three Omaha posts. A special
motor train was run for the accommoda
tion of the visiting delegation , which
numbered about seventy. An excellent
time was had , and the Blullltes re
turned at a late hour highly pleased
with their entertainment.
It seems that the Mayno dilllculty is
not yet settled. Mr. L. R. Mayno pro
poses to institute a suit for damages
ngainst M. F. Soars , of Omaha , for dam
ages resulting from his arrest and pros
ecution for obtaining money under false
pretences , larceny and embezzlement.
The principal dilllculty that presents
itself is to Hecuro service on the parties ,
as they reside in Omaha , and will have
to bo caught on this side of the river.
Mr. Mayno was discharged by the court ,
none of the charges against him being
sustained , and ho proposes to make
somebody smart for the inconvenience
nnd annoyance caused him.
The match rnco between William
Linoborgor's gray horse , /Am Ray , and
P. Laey's black mare , Nellie , como oft
this afternoon at Union Driving park
for a purse of $1,000. Considerable in-
Borost is manifested over the result , and
there Is considerable money up. The
rnco is for blood , and the owners are
backing their trotters for a heavy
amount. If the weather continues
pleasant , there will undoubtedly bo a
very largo number of spectators who
will witness the nice , which will bo
best throe in live , to harness , under the
rules of the National Trotting associa
tion. No admission foe will bo charged.
The race will bo called at - o'clock.
Dr. Cleaver , 12(1 ( North Main. Tel. 117.
See W. C. Stacy's ad.
J. G. Tljiton , real ostulo , 627 DM way.
Mrs. Mngrnno's now term IB now
opon. Tliosovlblilng - to begin please
call ttt the Itoynl Arcnnum hull , Bono
block , this afternoon. Classes moot
Tuesdays anil Saturdays , chlldrun at
480 ; , adults 8 p. m.
Hon. B. R Clayton , wlfo and daugh
ter leave to-night for a few weeks visit
with frloiida at Eurolcu , Kan. _
"Hflonry C. Solioldol , who for two
years past was In. the employ of Jlonry
fclsomiin & Co. , has entered the employ
of tlio Boston Shoo company , taking
the place of Mr. J , Murath. The
change occurred January 1. The lat
ter gentleman loft the city previous to
the establishment of thu quarantine at
the Compton homo on Eighth street.
For Sale Corner lo on Third nvo. ,
with flvo dwellings , $7,000 : $500 cash ,
balance long tlmo as wanted. L , R.
Mayne , 610 Broadway.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clotuoa , Cascud.o Laundry Cot
ALL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
The Programme as Arranged Fo
the State Tournament lloro.
ABOUT THE BIG CATTLE SUIT
A Now Trlnl Wanted The County'
of llliuikH The Aider-
mm Personal 1'nrn-
Pun Tor Flwiiinii.
The -programme for the firemen's
tournament to bo hold in this city iiex
June has been completed , and provide
for four days' interesting entertain
merit. The programme and purtes offered
fored are as follows :
'll'isiAV , .TUN13 11.
Reception to firemen.
\ \ KDNKSDAY , Jt'N'l ! 111.
10:00 : a. m. Grand parade.
1:1)0 : ) p. m. Trial of hand engines.
Ui : ; ( ) p. m , Hobo contest , -11 class.
3:08 : p. m. Trials of steamers.
TliniSWAY , JUNK IK.
10:00 : a. m. Coupling contest.
10:30 : a. m. Ladder climbing i-on
i)0p. ! : ( ) in. State hose race.
. ' 5:00 : p. m. State hook and laddei
Till DAY , JtJXU M.
10:00 : a. m. Hose contest , AS class.
2:00 : p. m. Free-for-all hose race.
! J:30 : p. m. Free-for-all hook and ladder -
Close of tournament.
, < mmiui. :
First pri/c , on time , bronze medal and. . .SWX )
First prize , on distance , state trumpet mill 100
1IASI ) KNCIINKS.
First prlro , on time . $1. > 0
Second prize , on time . 100
Third pri/o , on time . f > (
First pri/o on distance , In ooni and . 150
Second prize oil distance . 101
Third pri/o on distance . 50
IUIMB COXIEST U ( .if-s > .
First prize . S1ST
Second prize . 7 , "
Third pri e . 50
1IOSU CONTEST - IS UM-S.
First prize . $
Second prize .
Third prize . 50
HOMI : HOUSE it\u : .
First prize . I BO
Second prize . 25
I.UIIIUll C'MMIIKKS1 CONILST.
First pri/o . $ 15
Second prize . 10
Third prizes .
COt I'M NO CONTEST.
First pri/o . ? ; t5
Second prize . 25
Tliira pruo . 1C
si AH ; nosn KACC.
First prize , state bolt . $ 00
Second prize . 150
Thirl pnzo . . . 125
Fourth prize . 100
Fifth prize . 75
Sixth prize . 50
swcr.rsTAKiruiiroKAi.i : : : > HOOIC txo IAD-
Tiil CO.NTOT , TWO TO hTAKT.
First pri/o . $200
Second pri/o . 100
niEU-roit-Ai.u iiosi : K\UK.
First pri/o . $250
Second prize . 150
Third pri/e . 100
ritii-ioit-Ai.i : : , HOOK AND I.ADDCU nvci : .
First prize . ? 200
SccouU prize . 100
UKbT Al'l'iIXO : ] HANI ) .
Iii the parade Wedncbday a prize of
$100 will bo given.
IlItoT Dltll.I.CD COMl'ANV.
On Thursday the exhibition by fire
companies will bo rewarded by pri/.cs as
First prize . $200
Second prize . 150
Third pri/e . 7. >
There will be a drill of pompics each
evening on Broadway , ana prizes will
bo given as follows :
First prize . $ 50
Second prize . 2j
The purses are liberal , and entries
will bo numerous. All apparatus will
lc carried free by the railroads , and it
is thought that a rate of 1 cent a mile
can bo secured for all visitors. Reduced
tiotel rates will bo secured , and it is ex
pected to have the largest crowd hero
that the Bluffs has over seen.
Notice the boiiutiful finish given col
lars , cults and shirts by Cascade Laun
Rock Spring coal , Glcitson , 20 Pearl
Pickled tripe and pigs' feet at Tib-
bills' , 315 Broadway.
Tlio County Printing.
It is a well known fact that the pres
ent board of county supervisors has n
republican majority , and this has some
what upset the calculations of the demo
cratic pets , who had boon counting on a
continuation of Iho palalablo moracls
that have been falling to their bharo
from the lavish hands of the county
olllcials. As is well known , the demo
cratic organ , the Globe , has been doing
the county printing for the past year ,
although nt a much higher rate than
olTored by other responsible bidders for
the same work. It now seems that a
successful attempt has been made to
continue the patronage longer than it
would ordinarily have lasted. A largo
variety of blanks are used in the olllco
of tlio county clerk , and in order to got
a final deep draught from the public
teat , before the bovine furnishing it
was removed to other pastures , it was
robolved to stock up on all of those
blanks before the now incumbent
entered upon his term of ollico , and be
fore the contract lor doing the work
could bo awarded to any other concern.
In the apparent greed to got in us largo
an order as possible , blanks were
ordered for which the clerk of the ills-
trlct court could have no possible use ,
nnd the county must pay for something
which is of no earthly uso.
Among Iho blanks furnished is a generous -
orous supply of wrils of attachment ,
made out to "any constable in towni
ship , I'ollawattamio county. " The
constable is commanded to attach the
lands , tenements , goods , chattels , rights ,
credits , moneys and effects of a party
wherever found in said county. As it
exceeds the power of n constable to at
tach other than personal property as
ordered by a justice of the peace , It will
bo teun that the blanks are utterly use
less , and not worth the paper on which
they are printed. The object in hav
ing those blanks printed can only bo
surmised , and an explanation of the
matter by interested parties is the next
thing in order.
Sleigh bolls' , sleds and skates at cost
to close out. ODKLt , & BIIYANT.
Money loaned on fuinituro , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or auylhing
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.
All grades hard coal , 0. B. Fuel Co.
hocked MortiH In lii\\\ :
A petition was filed yesterday with
the clerk of the district for a now trial
in the ciiso of Citizens' ' Bank vs J. 0.
Abbott. The case was tried at the
April term , 1883 , before Judge Ueomer ,
nnd u verdict rendered for the defend
ant , The suit ijivolvpK Iho ownership
of100 head of two nnd three year old
steers , valued at 810,000. The cattle
were sent hero by Clark Abbott , the
well known cattle buyer of Wilton Junc
tion , and placed in charge of A. Green-
nmeyor. The latter borrowed money of
the Citizens' bank , and gave two chat
tel mortgages on the cattle. It was
here that the trouble occurred. Abbott
claimed that Oreonamoyor was his
agent , working on commission , nnd the
plaintiff nlloges a copartnership be
tween the two , who nro said to have
owned the cattle equally. During two
or three days the cattle changed hands
several times. They wore replovlncd
by the bank , and taken down the river
from the stock yards. Abbott's men
then raided the cattle one day and
drove them nil across the river to Ne
braska soil. Warrants wore sworn out
and the herd driven back again. As a
result , criminal as well nschil proceed
ing were instituted. Tlio result of the
civil cafco was as stated above. In the
petition for a new trial , the plaintilT al
leges that the defendant. Abbott , testi
fied falsely concerning the ownership
of the cattle , and claim their ability to
prove it by a hcoro of witnesses. From
the amount of money involved , the case
is one of the most interesting on the
civil docket for the no\t torm. The
plaintiff is represented bv Messrs. Stone
& Sims and FlicUiniror Bros. , and the
interests of the defendant are looked
after by Finloy Burke , csq.
Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glea-
ton , S2G Pearl street.
W. S. Cooper has cash on hand to loan
on approved city properly , No. 130
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Bargains in real estate in all parts of
the city , \V. S. Cooper , ISO Main s-troet.
Tlio board of supervisors continued
their labors yesterday , and disposed of
a large amount of business. If no new
business is presented for their consider
ation , they will close the January ses
sion this afternoon.
A bridge petition of C. D. Dillin and
others , of Neola , was referred to S. B.
Frum with power to act.
The bonds of David Dunkcr , as jus
tice of the peace of Crescent township ,
and Joseph Moss , iw jubtieo of Rookford
township , wore approved.
The auditor was instructed to satisfy
tlio judgment of John Fox against the.
county in the superior court of this city ,
as recommended by Colonel D. B.
Dailcy , county attorney.
Tae action of the November session
was reconsidered regarding the refund
ing of tax of F. J. Day , and the action
of the city council was concurred in to
refund tax on $500 monies and credits.
C. B. Waite and F. G. IIoUol were
appointed a committee to confer with
the council regarding the assessment of
the Union Pacific railway company for
It was decided to allow the county
clerk $ . ' ! ,800 per year , and the probate
and insane fees. This ib an increase ot
$ 00 per annum over the salary allowed
J J. Shea , who received GOJ and the
All per ons having accounts with
Harkness Bros , are requested to call
and settle the same. Mrs. Watts is au
thorized to receive money and can be
found at Tlic Bi5E ollice for the present.
J. E. HAIUCNKS.S.
Mrs. E. E. Harkness offers for sale at
her residence , No. COS Bluff street , some
of her household goods and furniture.
Major nonclcrshot has a national rep
utation. The Children read of him in
their school books , and every one
should see and hoar him play on the
City Council nt Work.
The mayor was absent from the coun
cil meeting last evening. The councilmen -
men were all nrcsent , with President
Lacy in the chair.
Several faidowalk bonds were opened ,
read and approved. Bids covering this
work were read and referred to the city
engineer for tabulation.
The bill of the Council Bluffs Gas
company for JSG.SO was reported on by
Alderman Metcalf. It was for Decem
ber , and could bo collected. Alderman
Knophor opposed paying it , as the old
rate was charged. The bill was allowed.
Alderman Knophor voting no.
The reports of the various city oH- !
cors > with that of the board of trustees
of the public library , wore read and fol
lowed the usual course.
Bill of J. W. Kelly for $22.2o was
allowed. Also that of the Omaha and
Council Bluffs Paving company for
The bill of costs of the present elec
tric light bystem was submitted by
President Thomas Ofllcer. The amount
was 84,9412.40. The report was referred
to the committee on lire and gaslight.
A resolution was submitted by Alder
man Knophor , stating that the water
company wore charging an exor
bitant rate for service pipes
and if the practice is continued the
council will orderno more hydrants ,
and will lake slops lo make Iho com 1
pany conform to Iho contract nrico of
February UO , 1881 , or to annul the char-
tor. Uoforrcd to water committee.
The city solicitor reported that at the
next city election some provision
should bo made by vote of the people
for the payment of all claims outstand
ing against the city , including that of
,1. T. Stewart , $750 , condoinnnlidn judg
ment in the Union avenue matter. Re
port concurred in.
An ordinance was passed fixing the
grade of Williams streot.
The judiciary committee reported
that as certain property , vacant lots , of
J. D. Edmundson had been assessed for
$1,200 , and he had sold thorn for le.ss
that that figure , the amount should bo
reduced. The report of the coinmiltoo
was rojoclod. On petition of J. II. McPherson -
Phorson for a similar reduction the re
port wns similar to the first and followed
the name course.
The report of the special committee
that the Million heirs he awarded judg
ment for $1,100 for costs of CQiido.mnn >
tion was adopted. This is in considera
tion that other suits now pending be
tween Million and the city oo dropped.
On the report of the judiciary commit
tee a special committee was appointed
to confer with Josiati Danforth as to the
settlement of claims nguiiibt the city.
The claim is $800 and is for damages to
property In Grimes' addition done by
J. D. Hutchinson protested against
paying taxes on property at No. 200 -
Broadway , ns Ilutchinson & Green-
shields did not own Iho proper ty on
January 1 , 1888. Referred to the judi- i
The county auditor reported that
there was u discrepancy of $481.00 bo-
.twoon the state executive council's
railroad tax for this county and the
amount returned to the stale auditor
by the county auditor. This IB the re-
sut } of a compromise between the city
and the Union Pacific railroad , and in
which the road was to hold the city
The matter ol the advertlseinout foe
bids to grade A cnuoA was referred
to the city solicitor.
The following trustees of the Library
association weivelci'tod ' : Horace Ever
ett. Henry Eisomiin , Hev. T. J. Mnokay.
The city .solicitor reported that the
amount duo Wiekhnm Bros , on contract
for intersection sejwer work on Thir
teenth street , ns shown in the engineer's
estimate , should bo paid them. The re
port was adopted.
Adjourned until Monday evening
All grades soft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Dr. C. C. Ilnzon , dentist , Opera house
For Sale Corner lot on Third nve. ,
with live dwellings , $7,000 ; $300 cash ,
balance long time ns wanted. L. 11.
Mayne. 01 ! ) Broadway.
K < | tiinos Out on n Tear.
A disastrous runaway occurred about
flJiO : o'clock last oven ing. A hack be
longing to Allen & Price , and driven by
Charley Smith , was returning from n
trip to the dummy depot , when the
horses became frightened on First ave
nue , near Seventh street , and began to
run. The driver's hands were numb
with cold , nnd ho was unable to control
the animals. They dashed up First av
enue to Main streot. where they took to
the sidewalk , and kept on down that
thoroughfare. They collided with n
sign in front of Chapman's art store ,
and the driver and Tom Boyington ,
who was with him on the box , were
thrown to the ground.
Boyington was hurled ngainst the
largo show window and Iho heavy gliibS
wns shattered. A large light of glass
was also smashed out of tlio door as
the two men fell , one being , thrown on
eacli side , the rear wheels "caught and
passed over them. Bovington's injir
ries were most severe. Ho was taker
into an adjoining store , where it wa
found that two ribs \\oro broken where
the wheel had passed over him , and he
had sustained bcvcre bruises. Ho wa :
removed to the ollk-o of Dr. Se.ybert
who reduced ihe fracture , after whicl :
he was taken home. .
Smith had no bones broken , but hi
wrist was sprained and his face ant !
right shoulder wore badly cut and
bruised by the heavy wheel. Ho was
able to go home , but will bo rather sore
for several days. After dUporing of tlio
passengers , ihc team continued do.vn .
the sidewalk. In front of Gregory's
blacksmith shop a hind wheel collided
with a telegraph polo , and both wheels
and axle stopped there. The noise
made by the terrified steeds as they Hew
over the stone and brick sidewalk wns
terrific , and the spring dragging on the
ground , emitted two continuous streams
of fire. Pedestrians who heard the
whirlwind coming darted into neigh
boring stores , and several narrow es
capes were reported. At Willow ave
nue the runaways.attempted to turn
east , but their speed was so great and
the ground being covered with ice , they
failed to make the torn successfully , anil
crashed into the side of Anton Rink's
brick block. The atop was even more
disastrous than the run had been , am"
a badly mixed up mess o
hordes , hack and .harness lay on the
ground waiting to bo analyzed. After
cpiiMiU-rablc trouble the horses wore
sifted out of the wreck and taken away.
Tlie hack was reduced to kindling wood.
Fortunately the bido\\alk was not
crowded at the time , or several serious
accidents would imdoubtedly have oc
curred. The wild.dash could not have
happened at a more favorabo time , and
it is remarkable that the result was no
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ollice , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
The London "Tailor's" is the place to
get your clothes made. 037 Broadway.
At Dohany'a Ijast Fivcniili ; .
The Dalys hold the boards at Dohany's
last evening , and presented "Upside
Down" to a largo audience. The com
pany played without its usual vim and
dash , but this was not surprising , as a
telegram was received late in the af
ternoon announcing the death of Rob
ert Daly at his homo in Boston. The
sad news was not unexpected , as tlio deceased -
ceased had been seriously ill
for some time , nnd his life
was despaired of several days ago.
"Bob"as ho was familarly known , had
grown uj ) on the stage in company with
his brother Dan , who has always
seemed more closely connected with
him on this account than the third
I rother , Tom , who is now with the com
pany. The funeral of the deceased
comedian will take place thit. morning.
It was a hard position for the Dnlys
here last evening , ' and adverse criti
cism of this entertainment would bo
For exchange at once , nice farm nenr
Bluffs for city property. C. B. Invest
ment Co. , 10 Pearl st.
Blank books made to order. Can fur
nish patent binding for parties wishing
the sumo. Call and see samples at room
, Evoritt block , Pearl street.
i : & Co.
A I'coullur Jlili : ( ,
"There's a letter advertized for you
over to Omaha , " remarked Phil Ar
mour , ox-postmaster of the BlulTn. The
information led to the expression of
due thankfulness for the information ,
and then to a conversation revealing :
"Do you know that over since I have
been in the nnstolllco I never see a list
of advertised letter without running
through it. It's a queer sort of habit ,
isn't il'f I can't hol | > it , thonelr an ad
vertized list has n' sort of fascination
for mo. During the past week or two I
have noticed loiters advertized in
Omaha for throe of my friends in the
Binds , nnd have told ihom about it so
that they could get tlio loiters. It's
odd sort of reading matter for a follow
to bo interested in , but someway I al
ways go through every such list that I
For Sale Corner- ' lot on Third avo. ,
with five dwellings , $7,000 ; 8500 cash ,
balance long tuna MIS wanted. L. R.
Mayno , 010 Broadway.
finiall 1'ox la the Country.
Another case of suspected small pox
ivas reported yesterday. It is at the
lioueo of A. N. Rich , two and one-half
miles from the city. The case is a
j-oung man by the narao of William
A.corn. ! Ho was for n tlmo nn attend
ant at the Commercial collage , and had
room in Mr. Compton's houseon
Eighth.street , Ho left there , however ,
before the allliction of Mr. Compton
was reported to the board of health.
This makes two cases that are traced
ilircctly to Iho Compton house , nnd it
JomoiiHtrates very fully the fact that
lee much care cannot bo taken in the
mutter of contact with this dlsonso.
Quarantine , wherever established ,
should bo rigidly enforced ami contin \
ued until all danger of contagion has
passed , ,
1) . nnd. 1) . liiMHiitlutt Notr-s.
There nro about two hundred and
eighty pupil * In this institution
Examination will begin on January
There are twenty-five printers in the
printing onice , fifteen shoemakers in
the shoo shop nnd nine carpenters in
the carpenter shop ,
Charles Locke wont to Omaha to ice
nn oculist on account of his eyes.
A number of pupils went to Omaha
and had their photographs taken Sat
Tliero nro about ninety kinds of tj pes
in the printing ollice. Mr. Thompson ,
foreman , says that there nro about
three hundred and sixty different ar-
Holes. The boys of the ollice will have
to learn their names.
A now pupil of eighteen years of ago
will 001110 next Fridav. The number 0'
pupils will increase slowly.
Monday evening Air. Arnold Iveeiio
came back lo the institution to resume
his studies , after spending the two holi
days at home. Ho enjojed himself
A number of people of the city fa
vored us with a pleasant call this week.
Mr. Rothnrt always welcomes visitors.
The pupils'pago of last week , oditcd
by Masters Ashman , Jones and Ellis ,
was full of news interesting to the
pupils. It did credit to its editors.
A now iron-mangle for the laundry
arrived Inst week for the Use of ironing
our clothe-- .
Superintendent Rothert and Wyokoff ,
our principal , managed the pupils in
perfect order and arrangomcnt. Most
pupils advance rapidly in their school
ing and work.
Mr. Marshal , our teacher of the high
class , is on the siok list. L. I ) . WyckolT
takes his place. The high class was
sorry for his absence from school.
A lolejrruph line was made from our
kitchen to the superintendent's ollico
for conversation with the cooks.
Frank Gall is the acknowledged
champion hori/ontal bar performer of
the institute. He can perform forty-
live original tricks with the ease of an
Superintendent Kcrr. of the Missouri
instilution. will sever his connection
with that institution for good , lie did
tjood work as the superintendent of the
institution of Missouri for many years ,
lie ib eighty-one years of age. James
N. Tnto , the vice assistant superintend
ent of the institute , will succeed Super
Last Saturday the girls and boys as
sembled in the ehnpel at 7oO : o'clock.
Mr. Barrett advised them to bo pre
pared to go out into the world and earn
their own living. His subject was "In
dustry , Economy and Civilization. ' ' It
wasagivat allrnotion for them. lie
was loudly applauded.
L. E. Roe , dentist , No. 27 Main St. ,
over Jncquiiinin < fc Co.'s jewelry store.
Notice to W.-.lcr CotiHiimors.
All water routs must be paid at the
oflioe of this company by January 21 or
water will bo turned off without further
C. B. CITY WATHUWOUKS Co. ,
llo Pearl stroel.
Oflico hours S a. m. leO p. in. ; Sutur-
ilays , S a.m. to ! > p. m.
The polo match at the rink Thursday
veiling resulted in favor of the visit
ing team by a score of S to U. The
teams wore composed of the following
members : Omaha F. Vnndenburg. U.
Grady. lW. . Taylor and W. R. Mc-
Bolh. Council Bluffs TI. J. Driesbach.
E. M. Kennedy , Will Bassett and Doc
Women in Corsica.
The women of Corsica arc devoted to
llieir husbands , and willingly sacrifice
everything to their demands. A wife
considers horesoif the complement of
the man , not his equal. In the house
bo keeps discreetly in the background.
Says the London Queen : "At meal-time
, vi'fe and daughters will not sit down
ivith her guosls , but hover about as at-
.ondnnls. Out of doors the men go
'ortli to work gun in hand , while the
ivomon walk behind carrying the heavy
; ools. If the happy couple have to
ilimb a sleep nnd stony path , and they
happen lo possess only one horse , it is
the man who bestrides the wiry-limbed
beast , while the wife may consider her
self lucky if bho is permitted to catch
hold of tliostirrup-loulhoror
Coujjhs niul IlonrspncHH The irrita
tion which induces couching immediately re
lieved by use of Urown's I3ronchi.il Troches.
Sold only In boxes.
THE COUNCIL BLUFFS
Malco the following announcements :
Wanted Some stiiall hoiibCHto soil on easy
Icnns and small payment down.
Wo have for sale nieo tiuckagu property
on First nvenuu.
Uig bargain in lots near tlio Electric
Lar o list ucrcapo property for
$1.00 to 500 per aero less than uresent worth.
Have some of thu best business property
in the city for silo cheap.
Have Rood improved farms in western
Iowa nnd custom Noumska to exchange for
Hrofkt ) of merchandise.
Wo have Bomo llrst-class business and
rcsidcnco property lo trade for No. 1 farms ,
well Improved , in western Iowa mid eauloru
Komo choice bargain a In real estate. Call
and examine our list before you buv.
Alonoy to loan on eity and farm property
nt low rate of interest. Money ready as soon
us papera are completed.
etc.Como and see us and ( jet our prices , terms ,
> . 10 IVarl St. , Council
, [ i
And Chicago. F
Amonyr a few of the nnmcroui polnti of uperlorltr
' ' ! IT the putroni oj this ro 4 between Omaha
Ai/ ' ' , ? ! . * > , .T" lu tllree traln dij of D1V
cOAC'IIKS. nlilcli are lli lined Hint liuruim nrt and
ln nultr can create. Itl I'ALAUKbl.KKI'JNIiC'AUS
Iho equal p/wlilcU can not La fcunJ oliewhoro. At
Council Uluffi. the train , of the Union I'acldo Hall.
war tonnnct In union , 'lnpot with thoie of thu Uhl <
ca.-o 4 o hw tern lly. U Chicago thu train , ot
tlila Una niaka cloie conucctloq Itu thoiool oil other
' ! DS.lrVlt' , ,9 ° .luPl11 ? " ' IndlanBpolli. Cincinnati ,
* > alli . '
J'l zara , llulfalp. I'ltUburu , Turnnto , ilonlreal
io Ion. New York. rmiBdelpnfa , llalilmbre , Wanh !
Ingtou , aaa all polntalo the Ka.t. Am lor ticket ) via
It , 11UU1I1T. , H. P. WII.80N.
a n'l I'BJI / Agent
\V.N. UAI1COCIC. ( iZnt'wZiton'Artnt.
l > . 19. I < IMUAI.LTicket Aije.it. . C <
voi muifi . " '
LADIES OF OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
1A1IK IMITM ) TO CJIM. 1T (
MBS. C. L. GILLETT'S
And --co her linn line of HnlHJnmK I'lM'.ST HAIll
OKN.UIKVrS In the city. \ \ \ llrnr.N . , etc. ,
for Kent or Sale.
( iMJTU AM ) < 'OVM5 AM > .MVIJBtS
GUKKSI5 PAINTS , I1AIU DIlKM.sIMJ. 10'PC.
> < > . ! it > ItlAIX ST. , : COV.Vni , Itl.BTI'.S.
MA1I linil 1M. 1'HOMl'T ATTESTIOV
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKED
H. PETHYBRIDGE&CO. , PROPS.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
SaAa.sage of .A.11 IKIiELdLe.
Orders Promptly Filled and Delivered. S.
No. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ECTRIO BELTS &E30 ELECTS TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary. ' }
- AXD TKAVILJX : Acuvrs oco.nsiissio.V ,
F. J. BREZEE ,
iTaxidermist and Naturalist.
n I'cimnnently loealcil nt No. 14 Ninth ithst. . onposito postollicc. oa
M Motor Line , founcil IllnllH , lu.
If you have specimens don't wult for prices. Send thorn to hlii
' Ix-foio thoy-poll. If you don't want them after they nro mounted
ho i111 pay you the highest niiuket pilco Tor thorn. Will maku a spod.ilty of heads ) nnd dressing
urn during tlio winter.
: - _ . ' H
SIZES FROM r Adnptod foe
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , * *
Mills and Elevators.
Specifications nnd estimates fmnlslieil for complete stenm plants. licRiilatlon , Durability ( luar-
nntei'il. Can show Itttcis fiom users \\licio fuel Kconomy Is equal \ > ltli Corliss Noii-Coudeualus.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 610 I'csirl Street , Council Blull's. *
BROADAVAY LOTS ,
FlltST AVENUK IiOTH ,
UKUllY AI1IMTION I-OTS ,
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADD , LOTS ,
IJRYANT & CljAUK'S
ADDITION I OTS ,
STKKRT'S AI/D1TICKV IjOr.4.
AlsoW ) acres of the best property In town for
W. C. STACY ,
ROOM : 4 , oiMsitA HOUSU m ocic.
" Council llluirs , lo a.
_ WANTS. _ _ _ _
WANTHI ) To oxclmnRO city property lor
uncmciitiibcied land. Johnston lc \ un
I'atten , IS ) Mam st. . Council Illulls , In.
T710K 11KNTroom ! ) In iek house , cor. h st.
1 ? and liitli a o. luqtiiio at store of T. L.
jinlth , 718 l th live.
' ) . \ fll.n'U wns found on the sticot
Mouilny ovenlujr. wlileutho owner con Hot
it this oillco by proving juoperty ami payl
or this notice.
IVrANTHl ) Asiistiint engineer ; one qualillod
VV tutnkodiurxoof i'iijlno , nnd who under-
tnnds hieittii llttlnir and plumbing. Wilto to or
all on IliMiryV. . Hothurt. supcilutomleiit deaf
iiid dumb Institution , Council lllulla.
[ \rANTI3D-filrl for general housework. Mrs.
\ V J. Jluellor , No. T Willow avo.
mOH HA I.H-My liouso nnd lot , rorner Second
IuMWiunml Ninth Htroet ; also homo ami lot
27 Sixth avenue ; terms i-nny. I. -MlhLIJIt. .
FOH HUNT Two-story business house , No.
auilrouilnajr opposite O dou house I'OH-
esslon Klvun March I. llKjuIro of Alex Wood ,
JO I'rauk street.
7KH ICKNT Nicely fnrnislied rooms for nmn
J nnd wlfo or two KfiUlemen , with imu of bath ,
euU'il by furnace , -'l H. Ttli ht. , Ament block ,
1 hnvo Inlil in n niuo line of boota nnd
liooHvvhiuh I am boiling nt the smallest
ivlng prolll. 1 um establishing n por-
iiinont business , for 1 nin lioro to slay ,
nil as my oxpoiisos nro uninll 1 can hull
on goods very low. Call unil convince
No , UJfl llioadtviiy.
D , II. McDAHELD & CO , ,
lldesjalloir/i / Pelts , Wool & Furs ,
lalicst miukct prices , Prompt leturna. KM
and b"- Main Ht. , I OUIK II llluirn , lou.i.
A. F , CLATTERBUCK ,
m ESTATE BROKER ,
IK ) imOAIHVAY ,
OUN < lit RliVPFS , I I IOWA.
Private watchmen tuniHhcd nt tiny and nil
bpoclnl attention flvtn to collection of dint-
1 inortKaKeH and notes.
Money lo loan on good chuttol becurlty ,
lltfurunceny bank , attorney , or builnosj
uii In the city.
s. Or * iri'n. w. II. M.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
C'ornor.Mnln anil llroudway ,
COLNOtlj HMJKFH , IOWA.
Dfiilurrf In forclKn uid domuHtlo exUiaiiRO ,
jllvctloni ) laucle aua lutorcat pnld on tluio do
CITY MEAT MARKET !
TO THE FBONT ! i
UMIL. Htwriihit Nona : i WIM. sin.r.
BEEF , VEAL 64 PORK
- OWN IHtE l.Ml i
IswaCaltle , Fed 01 lowato !
And will meet any honestcompetltlon on prices
J. M. SCASTLAH" , '
ltO Ilroiulway. - - Telephone UO1.
TllV OUK BIUSII.
c. K. o. A.
BELL & BERLIMHOF ; '
ArcbilGcfe , Designer , * and Superintendents
of Construction , i
Mr. ItcrlliiKliiif Has ht'ien years nltli
MonilclF.ioliu , Fishur&Lonrj , and IMS
designed many < if ( he ( Incst blocks '
in Oimihii anil Council Itl nil's.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and-
Estimates made on Application , v
SlniUo , Jtootn X Opci-a JJoimo Jtluclq
COUNCIL BLUFFS PROPERTY , '
i'AUTlAL LIST OF I'lJOlMlRTY I'Oll
SAM : JJY ,
LI i jtii : ! , h'raeiJirr ,
Residence on Otli uvo . f ! ) ,000
Itcuidoncoon Oth ave . , . 1,100
HcHidcnco on Otli nvo . ] ,600 ,
KesidencoouOtii ave . 1,000
Uesldenco on Oth ave . 1,000 ,
Uesldonco on Dili ave . 8' 0'
UcsiiluiiPO on Gill st . GiOJ ! (
Uesidcnco on Oth st . O.OOQ
Uesldonco on North bill Ht. , lol llil-
l.'KP , Krciit bir ali . : iX)0 ( )
Hunch of & houacH and t lots on ird ) uvo b.O'JI )
Uesidisnco on Scott st . 2,000 ,
Keslucneo on 1'lalnor Ht. For jirlco
and partlculai-A inquire .
An ologaut icaldcnco on Islavc. , onu
inlnuto wullc from h'ovcriiincnt.
bulldhu ; . For | > rlco and particu
lar H lii'iulro ' .
licalileiico on Utn ave , . three inluutca
walk from Qounly court tjouso ,
Cusli . 3,200
nealdcnuo and four lots on uvo. "C , " '
Htrcet'H ' udd . 2,000 ,
Store liuilillnK mid lot on 1'acillo live. ,
near U , I' . truiiHfer . 1,800
Two-Btory frnino Btorc in town of Cur
son . ! J,000 ,
Scvunty-iivo lots in Squirc'H add. , r
north of transfer , elegantly located - >
ted , t'iOOtoflOO each. . . . . .
Hunch ofll lota , Ctnlrul Bub . 1,000 ,
Liuncli of U lots , Cooper , JMcMuhon .t
.IcITrio.s add. , if tukon before Jun.
1st , for . 5,00(1 , (
An oleK-uit lot on 8th st. Cash . ,00J , (
1'hruo linn lots on lihiff ulreot ut a
100 feet frontaBO on Park uvo. for $50
iK'r fool , , . . . . . . . .
DuHliicMs property on llroiuhvay .
HuHliics ! ) property on Main st .
An improved farm of 1MJ iiorc.'i not fur
from Chuulaurjuu Rrounds , con
sisting ot lilll and dule. Forpar-
tlculars liiqulro .
l8-icro : tract one mile from liroiulwny ,
suburban localion . 7,003
In addition 10 tlio ubovo 1 Imvu vacant
proncity In neailyovery udditlon
to tlie city.
GEO. METCALF ,
AO. M IMiAJtlHT , ,
COUACIL , isuurrs , IOWA.
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