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G THE OMAHA BA1LY. MONDAY , MARCH 4. 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL , BLUFFS.
OPF1CR NO 12 IMS A lift 8TIUOI2T
J , ell vcrcdbr carrier In Any 1'n.rt of hoClljrn
'l vi rnly Cents 1'erWcek.
IIV. . TII/10N SI AN AG EH
nvM.SF OrriCE No. 43.
NiniiT KIIITOII. No. si.
MINOR MUN'11 OX.
N. V. Plumbing company.
Coalnnd wooil. H.K.Mnyno , G19 BVny
Tl.o nnniinl meeting of the Savings
Loan fc Hiilldiiig association will l > o
held at 7:110 : this evening tit Masonic
Members of the Ludlcs1 Musical so
nioty can got tickets for Miss Atnj
Fay 8 concert at Moyt-r's hall to-nljjbt
by calling on Miss .Bella Kobineon.
The jury In the case of I'cokinbaugh
vs Leonard hns not yet been able to
ntfrco on a vonlli't. It is stated tha
they stand ton to two in favor of the de
The Misses Ross , daughters of Chan
cellor L. "W. Hess , will entertain i
number of friunds at a high tea tomorrow
row afternoon in honor of Miss Higgs
The funeral of Mrs. A. Davy took
phu'c ut 1 o'clock yesterday aftcrnooi
from St. Francis Xavier's church
The remains were interred in the
The criminal docket will bo opened
in the district court this morning. The
first criminal case to bo tried will bo
that of State vs Thorpe. This is i
forgery case , and has already gone over
for oni term.
Captain .1. J. Hathaway lias leased the
restaurant privileges of Louie it Mot/-
ger , at Lake Manawa , and is putting
things in line shape for the coming bea-
bon. Ho is ulbo laying in a good store
of ice for use during the hot weather.
Work on the Kibotnan block will bo
commenced to-day with n rush , and it is
promibcd that the first btory shall be u ]
by the end of the week. Uoth carpon-
tera and bricklayers will bo put to work
in force ar.d will make things fairlj
The news of the death of D. M. Connell -
nell in Omaha was a great surprise to
his many friends in Council HlulTs. Ho
was for a time engaged in business in
this city , lirst as an undertaker , then in
the jewelry and commission business ,
mill as coroner of the county.
There were hundreds of Omniums in
the city yesterday , and during the after
noon It was exceedingly diflleult to liiul
u vacant place on any of the cars of the
electric motor line. The streets were
filled witli carriages and the sidewalks
in all parts of the city presented an un
usually animated appearance.
The funeral of John A. Currio took
place at" o'clock yesterday aftornodn
from hs ! residence on First avenue , be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets , and
was largely attended. Itov. A. Overtoil
olliciated. Abe Lincoln post , G. A. It. ,
turned out , in a body and escorted the
oTGiimins to Fail-view cemetery , where
they were interred.
Nearly three hundred voters were
registered in the various wards Satur
day. Those include all whp have
changed their places of residence since
last fall , as well as now voters. The
greatest increase was in the Third
ward , which will bo the center of in
terest to-day. In this ward 137 new
names were added to the list.
Gibson Bros. , of Omaha , have leased
of Odoll Bros. & Co. sulllcicnt ground
near Manhattan beach to erect n pavil-
lion 60.x85 feet. According to the terms
of the lease they will furnish dance
music every evening during the season
fora term of Jlvo years. Visitors nt
tho'lake wfll always find amusement
and pleasure thcro"and several concerts
will also bo given every week.
Numerous adverse criticism on the
action of the chief of police in taking
his whole force to raid one gambling
and letting others oil free wore heard
on the streets yesterday. As it was
generally understood to bo part of a
prearranged plan , and as the chief was
acting under orders of the city marshal ,
who was carrying out the instructions
of the mayor , the critics soon let up on
the chief and directed their kicks to
the proper point.
M. Marcus has plans nearly completed
for a handbomo businc&s block on
Broadway just cast of the opera house.
Ho prosposes to make it two stories , but
lias expressed a willingness to put , on an
additional story if any society desires
to lease the hall that would 1111 the
third lloor. It ought not to prove a dif
ficult tusk to lease a large and so cen
trally located hall , and as the external
appearance of the structure woulit bo
greatly improved by a third story , it is
hoped that parties interested in these
mailers will lake the matter in hand.
The leaders of the "ring" were busy
yesterday circulating the report that
the breach in the democratic ranks had
been patched up. and that there would
not bun factional fight at the polls to-day.
The report was vigorously denied uy
the members of reform branch of local
democracy , who staled that the light to
bo made against Lacy in the Third
ward would bo a most bitter one.
Trouble Is anticipated in that ward , and
each side uill have several special
policemen at the polling place. It is
proposed to rigldlv enforce the 100-foot
law , and keep a sharp eye on all pro
Parties having temperance billiard
halls and restaurants will do well to
take the exclusive sale of my tomper-
nnco boor. L. M. FiXKihSTiix. :
Have our wagoa call for your toiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
K. E * Adams is confined at homo with
n severe cold.
N. .1. Swanbon loft last evening for
Conception , Mo. , on n short business
Mrs. W. E. Pattison has returned
homo from a two weeks' visit with her
parents at Ued Oak.
Miss Lutta Plnkston , of TanomuV. .
T. , is visiting her mint , Mrs. A. S.
Beck , ISO Glen avenue.
Miss Clara Cole loft yesterday for
Kaiifciis City for a short vibil , ullur
which she will tro to Mount Pleasant
for a visit of several weeks.
Mrs. Henry Otto , living on Beaten
fctreut , in Kiitforlng seriously from pneu
monia. A council of physicians was
MM. J. O. Denies is quite ill at her
homo on First avcnuo , Her illHObs is
ruiibud by a complication of diseases , bat
her fnondb hope to' soon see her about
.Mr. K. Dowltng , who was formerly on-
fragui in the dry goods business in 'this
city , but is mm u resident of Now York.
i * hero on n combined business and
pleasure trip. Ho is accompanied by
nls wife , and will remain two or three
wool ; * . They nro ntojolng at the N'cw
Ogdcn , ' _
ttartlctt ft Norton for hardware ,
uiovoaand cutlery , 787 mid i')1.3 ! ) JJ'wny.
I have moved my ofllco to Omaha , ut
which all ordftr * will be received and
Irom whk-li all deliveries' will be nmdo ,
by vf 2on. . L , II.
SUDDEN DEATH IN CHURCH ,
A Council Bluffs Lady Dies of Heart
Disease Slttinp In Hov Pow.
THE TEMPERANCE REVIVAL.
A TnlkVtth Dunn , tic ColilVntcr
lluiitlnc Ior I'ri/.c I < Mjit- ]
crs A KooHter Contest The
Died In Church.
The chimes of Trinity cathedral , in
Omaha , were just sounding the last call
for the morning service yesterday. The
worshippers were just gathering. A
dor.cn or twenty were in their scats , and
the ushers were busilv seating others ,
when there was a little stir noticed and
it was quickly whispered from one to
another that a lady had fainted. She
was quietly carried into the air , and
the service proceeded as usual , few
learning the fact that it was not merely
a fainting spell , hut death itself.
The lady thus stricken down so suddenly -
donly was Mrs. Carolina M. Stevens ,
mother of Mrs. W. Uunyati , of this
city. Mr. and Mrs. lUtnyan , with Mrs.
Slovens and a niece of Mr. Hunyan ,
went over to Omaha yesterday morning
to attend service at the Trinity cathe
dral. They went early in order to hear
the chimes , and had only been scaled a
few moments when Mrs. Stevens ap
parently fainted.- Before the usher
could secure witor for her she gave a
little gasp and all was over. Heart dis
ease was doubtless the cause. She was
removed to a private carriage standing
at the door , and Dr. Sprague , who
chanced to bo near , was soon at her
side , but it was too lato. She was taken
to the child's hospital , and from there
brought to her daughter's homo in this
Mrs. Stevens was the widow of Colonel
nel George Stevens , who died at Fort
Calhoun , Neb. , fifteen years ago. Mrs.
Kunyan , of Hits city , is' her only ( laugh
ter living , her otherdaiighter who lived
in Fort Calhoun , having died about two
years ago. Mrs. Stevens wa's sixty-
eight years of age. The family settled
hero in 1851 and she had many friends
in these two cities , as well as in the little
tlo town of Calhoun , where she had
lived twenty-live or thirty years.
The funeral will bo at Fort Calhoun
Tuesday afternoon at iJi0 : ! o'clock.
New and full line of spring goods at
the London Tailors , 037 Broadway.
The London "Tailor's" ' is the place to
got your clothes made. 037 Broadway.
- . . -
Down on Gin.
James M. Dunn , the apostle of tem
perance , began n series of temperance
meetings last night at Broadway Meth
odist church. Tliis is his first visit to
this part of Iowa. Ho began this work
about twelve years ago , at the time
when Francis Murphy was organiy.ing
the feature of reform which bears his
name , and made it a household work
throughout the land. Mr. Dunn's word
is along the game lines as Murphy
moved , his methods being largely the
Yesterday morning a BKK represen
tative sought him out at his hotel. The
door lo bis room was ajar , and lo the
reporter's rap came a cheery "Come
'So you are Tins Bun man , are you':1
Well , t am Dunn , and just as you see
mo. I always like to greet the news
paper men , but I must confess that dur
ing the past I have hardly accomplished
as much as I might had 1 sought more
the assistance of the press. "
His hand-shako was hearty and ho
spoke quickly and vigorously. The
pencil-shovel' looked into a pair of gray
eyes that showed the latent fire which
animates his utterances either in pri
vate conversation or upon the platform.
A compact form , weighing about one
hundred and ninety pounds. About
live foot , seven inches in height , a well
formed head set upon a pair of slioul-
( lers that would do honor to a shoulder-
hitler. A cleanly shaven face that
showed the various shades of feeling
moving the man within.
Such , in brief , is the man the reporter
looked upon. In conversation ho was
genial and without the mannerisms
which are so often seen in men of his
"I have attempted once or twice to
cave the work , " said ho , "but now I
liavo determined to devote my life to it.
How long will I remain here ? That do-
) onde upon the success attending my
"How are you working ? " put in the
"I am under commission from the I.
O. G. T. of the stale , although my
work is not outlined by or for that
order. Of course if wo get a thousand
signers to the pledge the order will got
from this number , -ay one hundred.
That is how I am woruing. As 10 my
methods , they depend unon the uudi-
ence. Come around and see me and
you will learn more than I can tell
"What is the form of the pledge , Mr.
"Hero it is , " and ho handed out the
' Temperance Abstinence Pledge I ,
: ho undersigned , do pledge my word
md honor , God being mv helper , to
ibstain from all intoxicating liquors
md that I will , by all means , oncouraco
others to abstain. "
The meetings thus begun will con
tinue every evening during the present
week at the same place.
Money loaned at L , B. Craft's & Co.'s
.oan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
.vagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
nooms to rent in the Merriam block.
S. \Vadfaworth As Co. . tKJO Main btrcot.
AVItera Worn the
Word was received at police head
quarters about 10 o'clock yesterday
norning from Omaha that a party from
that city wore crossing the bridge for
he purpose of having n prize fight on
ho Iowa shore. The patrol wagon and
ovoral otllccrs was immediately dis-
latched to the bridge lo head off the
> artv and prevent the light from com-
ng off. A protruded boareh was made ,
) ut neither the pngilit > t8 nor their
riendb could bo found , and the ollicors
'iivo uj ) the bcr.rch. It was whispered
m the ftroets in the afternoon that the
ight wim to cojuo oil' late in the day ,
init the police could got no track of it.
' uncut CiiiMllilatr.
John Trouti'iau , proprietor of the At-
nnlic houM' , . announces himself as a
andidiito for aldoiinan of the Third
uml * on the independent democratic
A Hiimluy Cook 1'iKlit.
While the police wore hunting for
lie prlzo lighters along the bottoms
? skjrduy hiurning u rattling cock light
ook place ut a s > ocludoil spot among the
bltills , not a thousand miles from th <
police station. There was but one bat
tie , and that was fought by n fowl be
longing toKugonoMoltazand an Omahi
bird. The light was a fierce one , am
lasted fifteen minutes , when the Nebraska
braska rooster was stretched dead li
the pit by an unlucky stab through tn <
head. 'Gene's chanticleer was awardot
the fight and stakes , and the crowd o
spectators dispersed in A hurry.
Money loaned on fuinituro , pianos
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. Nt
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing ,
A. A. Clark it Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
For Snfe at n llnnatn.
Hotel property in Council BlulTs , cen
trally located , doing good business. H ,
P. Olllccr , sole agent , No. 11 ! N. Main
St. , Council BlulTs.
I ho Motor.
Mr. Willard , 'electrician of the
Thomson -Houston company , who Tias
hnd'i'hargo of the equipment of the
electric motor line hero , stated yester
day that ho would begin work this week
erecting wires in Omaha for the Omaha
Electric Hallway company. There are
seven miles of road lo bo fitted up. and
the contract requires that the line shall
bo in working order by the 1st of .Tune.
The rails are already laid , and the
work to bo done will consist of putting
up the overhead wire and attaching the
lower circuit to the rails. The line
will bo equipped with ton motors at
llr&t , each of which will lie thirty horse
power , which is ton horse power
stronger than those used on the bridge
It is expected that in two weeks
enough work will have been completed
to allow the cars of the bridge line to
run up Douglas to Fourteenth. Four
teenth to Howard , Howard lo Twelfth ,
and from Twelfth back to Douglas , thus
doing away with the use of the "Y''at
the corner of Twelfth and Douglas. It
is stated that as the two lines are
owned and operated by ditt'oroiit com
panies , they will be run independently
of eaoli other , but connections will be
made at Thirteenth and Douglas , as at
Notice the beautiful finish civon col
lars. cuds and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company. _
Headquarters for builders' hardware ,
Odell & Bryant , 511 ! Main street.
Dr. C. C. Hazon , dentist , Opera house
Gninlillnjj Up Stulrfl.
Said a well known gambler last even
ing : ' 'Gambling on the first lloor is now
ended in Council BlulTs. I have always
opposed it , and do not think it right ,
but have had to do as my competitors
did. I shall begin moving lo a second
lloor location in two or three days , and
will bo running by the last of the week.
It will not be an open place , and every
body can't come in. The door will bo
locked , and a man will answer all
knocks. I don't want any laboring
men who have to work for $1.50 a day ,
and ought to give the money to their
families , and I pay a man $3 a day to
win it away from them. Men who work
on a salary and want to gamble can
come in. I am in favor of an alley en
trance. and running the place on the
quiet. I am glad the move was made ,
and I think it will be betler for the fra
ternity and the city. It look's tough to
see gambling houses running openly on
the first lloor , and although I am a
gambler , I am pleased to think it is at
an end. "
Wanted Assistant Cook.
At the Deaf and Dumb institution.
Wages $15 to $ 0 per month. Lodging
and" washing free.
Send all orders for bottled beer to L.
M. Finkelstein , Omaha.
Try our XXX bottled boor. Special
rates on all orders from Iowa.
L. M. FlX
Alinii Tndcma'H I .m lest.
Mr. Alma Tadoma is getting on with
his picture for this year's academy , says
the London Star. It represents a Bac-
channalian dance , and , as usual , the
surroundings are strictly classical. In
the foreground are a row of dancers ,
und the movement of tno dance is won
derfully rendered , while the fig
ures are drawn with the natural grace
so distinctive of ancient art. and which
Mr. Tadoma alone , perhaps , among
modern painters , knows how to repro
duce. A iimnbor of youths in the back *
groundf carry on their bhouldors on a
kind of stretcher , a skinful of wine.
I'he picture is stilt in an unfinished
condition , but it bids fair to bo one of
Lho most popular paintings which Mr.
radema has exhibited lately. There is ,
3f courbo , the inimitable on the floor
recall Iho "Iloliogabalus" of last year.
Mr. Tjidotmi intends sending to the
New Gallery the charming liltio picture
rt-hich ho has dubbed "A Favorite
Pool.1 On a marble sofa is stretched a
v young girl , her dainty limbs protected
from tlio hard n r > 83 of the marble by a
litantity of richlv-colorod cushions. At
lior feet by the side of the sofa crouches
i graceful youth , a book in hand , from
.vliich he is evidently reading out his
'avorito passages lo his mistress. It is
i small , but very dainty and highly
hushed piece of work.
That wo are putting in the largest
md most coinpl'oto line of building sun-
lilies wo have over carried , and will bo
jvleasod lo give estimates on all tin
kvork , roofing , furnace work and build
er's hardware. Are pleased to give es-
.inmtos to all parties who contempiuu-
juilding. Call at our store ,
.11 .1IAI.V STKKKT ,
Wo sell the Quick Meal Gas and
laboline stoves. The 1881) ) stove is a
iaisy. Uou'&CoM' ,
11 Main Hlreet.
D.H.McDANELQ & CO , ,
Tallow Pelts Woo
IlghcHt nmiltet prlcei. 1'roinpt returns.
and t 2 JlulaHt. . Council illuiro , I own.
: ITY. MEAT MARKET !
TO TBffi PBONT !
UNTII , rUIITIIUIt NOfll'K I Wll.f. BKl.t.
BEEF , VEAL & PORK
- or MV OWN imr.ssiMi
Iowa Cattle , Fed on Iowa Corn ,
Inil will moot any honest competition on prlcei
for iMi'Ht-fluss Meats.
J. M. SCANLAN ,
L2O Jlroadwny. - - Ti'lephono U01.
TUV pUU SI US II.
THE COUrffyb BLUFFS
On hand for city loans' , lowest rales
of interest. . '
Fine farms close io Bluffs to exchange
for city property. '
Western hum to exchange for citv
Big bargains in Broadway lots.
Fine business property to exchange
for well improved farms.
Good fresh stock Groceries to ex
change for city property and one-third
Houses and lots on monthly payments.
Small payments down. Prices ranging
from $770 to $1,000.
Cheap lots in Evans1 , Wright's , Coch-
ran's and most all ndditlons to city.
Fine acre property for sale from $101)
to $ .500 less than present worth.
No. 10 IVarl St. , Council llluffr.
Tnog. OKFICKII. w. u. M. I'usr.v.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner Mnln nml Ilroaihvny ,
COlNUIti lIMTIiTS , IOWA.
Dealers In forcljtu ? .ntl iloinostlo oxeliaiico.
nolk'Ctlons imulo unit Interest imlil on Umo de
SP ECl A L N OTIC ES
WANTl'.D ( looil Kli'l , flurmnu preferred.
Highest wiiRci paid. Merges ! hoif-o , lUl'.i
Main St. , Coundl I Hulls.
\\r.\XTI ! ! ) Thrco dining room K'lli 1m-
' inudlutely lit thunew 1'uclflo hotel Nonu
but Ilistclussultcrs need upply.
TT > Oll HINT : f.lesnntljfurnished rooms.
J- ' . singly or In suite. Meals If dualled. Apply
fii-J First aveniiu.
"IJVJIt HUNT Two nlcolv furulstiod room * for
Jman mill wife or t\voteiitleneu , with usoof.
liatlii , Heated by turnuee. 'l Soul li fc' \ until
btrett , Ainciit block ,
WANTIID-Tlif people to try the City Stcnm
I.mmary , HI North Mala.
FOU KENT Cheap , two handsome , new , six-
room cottages , north of transfer , Council
llluirs. Inquire Illiind Ulshtor , iith nvo. and
" 1st st.
T7IOK KENT The three-story orlck storeroom
JJ No. 40 ? llroulwuy. The loculoti Is one of
the licst la thu city. 1 ho building has been oc
cupied fey the last twenty years by M liter .V Co. ,
liaidware , und would be a very du.slrablu loca
tion fora hardware business 0:1 : that account.
Who Will Snvo You Money
IFYOU BUYof THEM ,
g'ADAMS ' tr
54 & < : o.'s
House 2.y *
ft 41T Hrnftilwnr , i
CQ U Council IlliiliN. I
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CHEAPEST is QS
Asl cnn prove 1 > y I 3j a5 _ P
hututreas. 3 I ? SS
LanzendoiTer & cr- >
Sirohbehn , cr&d
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FIELD & ESTEP ,
I'nrllciilur attention Klvcn to K
\0. 1-1 \ . .11 Hill St. , C'lMlltcil HI UllS.
1'iirnltim' rcpalilni ; nuatly done.
Olllco calls nttpndeil promptly day mid nlKlit.
GO TO THE
And gel the best UUiii ; ; Suit
you ever hud.
No , 397 Broadway.Council Bluffs ,
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BRQABWAT. TELEPHONE NO. 260
An old establislied Boot and Shoe business
in Council Bhiffs , Iowa.
The Phillips stock of Boots and Shoes at
413 Broadway , is for sale and the store will
be rented. Best stand and trade in. city.
Nearly thirty years in one location. Present
stock from $12,000 to $15,000. For further
particulars apply to GD. . Phillips , at the
store , or to N. O. Phillips , one'of the execu
tors of the J. M. Phillips estate.
JN" . P. DODGE , Executor.
SIZES FROM Especially AJapleJ for
25 TO 300'
HORSE POWER ! Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Ppeclllcutlnns nnil iiiUiiintoi furnished for complete steam plant * . IIi'L-iihitlon , Durability Gtmr
unteed , Can show leijrrs from n errt wlicro ruel Kconomy In orjunl with Corliss Non-Comlonslna.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
F. < J. BREZEE *
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
_ . . _ _ _ _ - . - Permanently locutoil nt No. 14 N'ortn Plxtli Stroct. _
j 'QjKSvojfQJjSJ f ) oillce , on motor line , Council IllutlH. Iowa.
W Y K f - r * HlrrtH nnil anlnmlH mounted naturally nw ! In UIB b ot tnptliwl of
\lrl"'IffaSA \ * ' the nrt. Wnrrnnttd loprebeive foryuarn , Korelun blrilt Mippllml
on tliort notice llicheHt prlcu paid for owls and hawks of nil kind * . I'traoim sending onlern
assured of perfect batUfacilon. 1 ur dresjlnz n speUalty. Wrlto for pirticnlurK ,
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H , PETHYBRIDGE & CO. , PROPS.
Manufacturers and Wholemilo Dealers in
Onlurs Promptly Filled and Dolivnrcd.
No. 6.35 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
The Head of the Finn of Fotlierms'ham ,
Whitelaw & Co.
Has returned from tlie east where he
has purchased at prices lower than
ever before , complete lines of the fol
lowing' goods :
Will make a special drive on these for
this week at
A full line of Foster's Lace and Button Gloves.
Ladies' Swiss Lisle Vests , 15c , 19 , 25c , 50c.
Specials at 25c , 5Oc , 75c , $1. Every pair war
Our customers will be given A GRAND BENE
FIT , f9r we are prepared to show you the best
bargainscever offered in these and all other
lines carried by the
Harkness Bros' Old Stand ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
ORGAN , SHEET MUSIC , MUSIC
BOOK , OR ANY KIND OF
Call on u . We keep only tlio bobt and latest improved. Wo
soil the Celebrated
HARDMAN , FISHER & EVERETT PIANOS , ROYAL AND
CENTURY ORGANS ,
XOAK HL.TTEII JN THE MAJIKET.
Wo sail for Cash and on Monthly Payments. We Kuur.intuo satisfaction in
PUICE AND QUALITY.
CO MK AXD SEK VS , OR SKX'D FOll CATALUGLV.
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
MO. 103 5IAI.STItKKT , - - - COUNCIL , KUJFPS , IA.
P. S. I'ianos and Organs , to rent , tuned and repaired , Wo nlso furnish
estimates on Pipe Organs.
The nicest eighty acre farm on the slope in Iowa , 9
miles south of Creston , 100 miles east of Omaha.
Good G room house.
Barn with room for eight horses , and cow barn , shed9
grhineries , orchard , etc.
Good wells , living water,4amo grass.
Near school , church , etc.
Eisy : terms.
. Write ' C. J. COLBY ,
522 Paxtou Block , Omaha , or Broadway and 150th St. ,
Council Bl ail's , Iowa.
THE ORDER WAS
& Y O U N K E RMAV.
S TAT I ONEK
NNUue o SCHOOL
. \N , SWUTH 8c BflOtf ,
SWANSON MUSIC ©
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