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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BE1$2 THURSDAY AFKIL 4. 1880.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICK1. NO 12 PBAIUj STIU3ET.
StUvcred by carrier In Any 1'nit of ho City n ,
Twenty Cents I'crWcok.
H.V. . Tll.TON. . . . MANAOKH.
n ; 5UM-.PH Orncu No. 13.
Nionr Kuiron , Nn.S ) .
Ilnpnn'B Illustrated lectures Mny 4 , 0 , 0
Work Inw been begun on the Drondway
bridge nud * vill bo pushed through to an
early completion. '
The city council hold Its first meeting nt a
board of equalization last evening This
work will occupy tlioir attention for at least
The house cleaning fever hsis struclc the
citycjnll. and the collection of dust and II.V
epcclfs that has been accumulating for tlio
past two years will soon bo burled under
Judge Love is expected bnclt from Dos
Molncs this morning nnd will reopen .the
United States circuit court. The grand Jury
nud mnkn Its Until report this morning. It is
expected that the remainder of the week
will bo taken up with criminal business.
Three drunks pleaded guilty to taking In
nn extra dose of colllii vr.rnlsh yesterday
morning , and vicro astonished to note the
effect on-tho court. They will ponder on the
situation for the next thrco days In the city
jail. 13. Fletcher , a Missouri coon , supposed
to bo crazy , was discharged.
Charles Fisher was arrested last evening
on the charge of larceny from the person.
The complainant Is Frank Wasser. proprie
tor of the "Vienna bakery , 713 Uroadway. It
is iillcKod that Fisher stele $70 from the
pockets of Wussor yesterday morning while
thcjtwo were drinklnc with ajcoupluof.f rlends
from South Omaha. Fisher denies the charge
and In anxious for u trial , when ho claims ho
will vindicate himself.
In the art exhibit Just closed were shown
Bomo good pieces from the pupils of the deaf
nnd dumb institution. There wcro so many
that Individual mention cannot bo mtulo.
One ot the 11 nest pieces was an animal piece ,
a d < ff from llle. by Mrs. Dr. Bowers. The
naturalness of Its position , coloring and de
velopment of detail In every particular are
true to llfo. It Is ono of the most artistic
pieces in the collection.
For 8126.00 The N. Y. Plumbing Co.
will put a load service pipe nnd hydrant
In your yard ; also 60 feet extra hose'
Call at once at 114 Main street.
The Omaha authorities continue to get in
their fine work on Council Bluffs business
men whoso business is partly In Omaha.
The latest victim of their license mania is L.
B. Cousins , of the Omaha & Council Bluffs
transfer line. This company has four team s
engaged in the transfer business between
the two cities. Tuesday afternoon Mr.
Cousins was on the other side of the river ,
nnd was required to pay n Hccnso of flO to
run his teams into Omaha.
The money was paid , but the Incident did
not servo to strengthen the tics of friendship
between tbo two cities. The Bluffs council
did not pass the retaliatory ordinance threat
ened BOino tirno ago after tno passage in
Omaha of a baker's ordinance , hoping that
tbo matter might bo satisfactorily adjusted
otherwise , but public indignation is again
aroused , and it is now asserted that * at tho"
next meeting of the council an ordinance will
bo passed that will bo the means of dropping
several Omaha dollars In the Council Bluffs
Western Lumber and Supply Co.
Between 13th and 14th streets , and 2d
and 3d avenues. Telephone 241.
E. W. RAYMOND , Manager.
Not Asklnir Morn Pa } ' .
"You can say that I am not howling for an
increase of salary , " said City Auditor Ham
mer yesterday to TUB Ben. I see that the
Herald has interviewed an alderman who
wants to raise my pay from $1,000 to $1,500
per year. Of course , I don't object to nn in
crease , but I want it distinctly understood
that I have not rnado any kick for it. I knew
what the salary was when I took the otlleo ,
and if I wasn't satisfied I could have lot it
alone. I haven't been making any fuss , and
I want the public to know it. It woula seem
from the way some of these fellows are
kicking that I might have a little squeal , but
1 guess It's nil right and I haven't any kick
coming. If they will attend to their own
business and not cct mo mixed up in any
muss I will bo perfectly satisfied , as that Is
all I ask of them. "
8. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Tlio Flromoii as Advertiser * ,
'I feel decidedly better to-day , " said John
L. Temploton , ox-chief of the flro depart
ment , yesterday afternoon , "for 1 now have
u little time at my disposal. For the last
Week I have been tbo hardest worked man
in tbo city. I have been getting out tbo
advertising matter for the tournament , and
I tell you tnoro waa a big lot of it. There
wore 10,000 window hangers , 1,000 three
ehcot posters 'and an endless amount of
Email stuff. There was 1,070 pounds weighed
up at the nostonico , and it took so mo times to
mall It. It goes to every town in the stuto ,
and every flro department is especially re
membered and requested to uost the matter
in a conspicuous place. Wo had to work as
fast as wo could Jump day and night , but it's
over uow fo'r a while. "
FOll THE I'UHliIO.
Ono Faro Tor the Hound Trip.
The G. A. R. state oncainpiiiont will
held at Burlington , la. , April 8 , 9 , 10
and 11 , and round trip tickets will Vo
eold from nil U. , B. & Q. stations to Bur
lington ana return at ono fiu-o for round
trip. Good coing on April 8 , 0 , 10 and
11 , and gooa to return up to and includ
ing April 13. Iloro is a clmnco for all
old soldiers to moot tholr comrades and
for all others to BCD the grand purado on
April 10. Go everybody. Tickets can
bo obtained of O. , B. & Q. agents.
Tlio Woman's Exohniifrc ,
Some tlrao ago the ladies connected with
the Woman's ' Christian association made
mention through the city papers of their inten
tion of opening a ' 'Woman's Exchange , " and
gave a partial oxplanutlon of the same , stat
ing to whom applicants could apply and receive
coivo further' instructions and membership
The result of the urticlo referred to was
abundantly successful , and together with the
untiring efforts of the ladles , they find themselves
P solves prepared to receive and till all orders
1 in the line of cake , tiaratoga chips , chicken
salai ) , etc. Orders for fancy work is also
1i solicited. Individuals desiring such orders
i will line ! .them promptly lltloel and delivered
by notifying Mrs. Gcorgo Q , I'holps , corner
of Willow avenue and Sixth street.
Monov loaned on furniture , pianos
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rales of interest. No
publicity ; lair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clarlc & Co. , olllno cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
An efficient organist from tlio east do
Biros a position as organist in Omaha or
Council Bluffs. Roeronccs : Max Mover
and Chalea Baotcns , 325 1'axton build
ing , Omaha , or 1110 Seventh street
Council Bluffs. Good testimonials
Miss Bosslo Harlcncifl returned yesterday
from a short visit with friends at Shennn
doah. Miss Lou Hazard returned with her
and will visit friends hero for a few days.
J , L. Lanffe. dcpi'ty internal revenue col
lector , is nursing nn Injured anklo. Ho
climbed to the top of the government build
Inp Tuesday uftornocr. to note the progress
of the brush lire in the eastern part of the
clty.-and loll in getting from a window to
the roof. He broke ono of the small chord
Jn the ankle , and the doctor prescribes
cvutche * Jor the next two weeks.
THE DOCTORS DISAGREE ,
Alderman Bolllncor Entltlod to
tbo Smallpox Money ?
FEEDING THE CITY PRISONERS.
JTcnniliift Itctwccn the Two Cities
Xlio "VVmnnn's Kxolinngc Adver
tising tlio Tournament
Tlio Auditor's Salary.
A CiirloitR Smallpox Hill.
When the city council adjourned Monday
evening it was to meet agalu Wednesday
evening as a honrd ot equalization. How
ever , time Rccmcd to hong heavy on the
lands of the aldermen , and they assembled
at the council chninbcr Tuesday ovcnmg.
L'licy mot as a board ot equalization , but ad-
ourncd nnd convened nt a board of health.
Several minor bills wcro allowed and then
tno fun of the evening commenced. Dr. A.
T , Cook presented a bill of $100 for attending
.ho smallpox case > : A. 11. Compton. It WAS
.lien ascertained that Dr. R 1 > . Bellinger
had been paid $100 for attending the case.
Alderman Lacy then wanted to know why
this was thusly , and .tho music started up.
iVldcrnmn Bellinger stated that ho attended
: ho case , as ho did all of the smallpox cases.
Ho made thrca calls and prescribed medicine
which WUB taken , and the contract under
which nil of these cases wcro lot allowed
? 100 for iho first case and $ . " 0 for each mUll-
.lonnl 0110 In the sama family , regardless of
.lio number of visits. The bill had been cer
tified by the board of health , had boon
ordered paid by the county board of super
visors and ho had received his money.
Dr. COOK was on hand and had to have his
Ittlo say on the other sldei Nearly a dozen
witnesses wcra present in answer to suto-
won as , and the testimony was nulto Inter
esting. Alderman Bellinger hud to defend
Us course , aud ho was not at all bashful In
telling how the city business was transacted.
Alderman Lacy took it upon himself to
-oncluot thn prosecution , or investigation , ns
it was called , and there were several lively
and Interesting verbal tilts between these
Dr. Cook stated that ho had been engaged
to attcna the case , and had prescribed for
the patient. Dr. Bellinger went to the
house the following day nnd insisted on
seeing the patient , as a member of the board
of health. Ho left medicine , which was
taken moro through curiosity than anything
clso , and on the occasion of his second visit ,
was not admitted to the sick room , and the
third time was refused admittance to the
The Investigation continued until mid
night , when Alderman Lacy moved that a
committee of three be apuolntcd to investi
gate the conduct of Aldortnun Bellinger , as
it was intimated that the certified bill sub
mitted to the county board had been "doc
tored , " and that the committee report at the
next meeting of the council. The motion
prevailed , and Mayor Kohrcr appointed
Aldermen Lucy. Waterman and * Weaver as
the members of that committee , The council
Dr. Cook strengthens his statement by nf-
Iklavita of the members of the Compton
family to the effect that Dr. Bellinger was
not the physician in tbo case , but that Dr.
In view of the feeling that exists between
Or. Bellinger and other members of the
council , the affair will doubtless bo as
thoroughly aired as possible.
E. H. Sheafo & Co. offer bargains in
: ity property , either improved or un
improved. Easy payments. Good lots
on 810 payments.
Notice the beautiful finish ( riven col-
ars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
Feastlnj * 1'rlsoners.
The city council shows dun economy in ono
respect at least. The feeding of the city
prisoners is cut down to as low a price as
possible , to secure anything of a filling
nature. Tbo last contract Is let at ten cents
a meal fur cash. The lady who has been
feeding the prisoners for four years has a
word to say also , about the eagerness with
which hen contract has lopuod off , when lack
ing but a few days of finishing the month ,
her bills being presented monthly.
"ToTnEHnn : I wish you would call the
attention of the city council to the fact that
wo have a commercial school in this city ,
whore they might learn business courtesy at
least. I refer to the contract for furnishing
meals to the city's prisoners. They
bind the successful bidder with a
$200 bond to perform the duties faith
fully. Now I have conscientiously done my
duty in moro ways than the contract called
for ( as inquiry of the jailers will verify ) dur
ing the past four years. Now what I com
plain of is that my contract is not respected ,
but directly nftrr the approval of the bond ,
the meals are ordered from the now placo.
I do not care to servo meals at the price paid ,
nor do I care for the privilege of serving
thorn for the remaining 11 vo days of the
month , but it looks boyish and unbusiness
like. It is moro like the work of a town
board than the council of a progressive city.
It is in keeping with the horrible spoiling
which appears upon thn signs of ono of the
aldermen's place of business. Ignorance of
the English language and ignorance of busi
ness methods and courtesy appear to go
hand in bund. Mr.s. BIIADISUUY , "
Notice joAVnter Consumers.
Water rents for quarter beginning
April 1 arc now duo , nnd payable at of
fice of the company , 114 Main and 115
Pearl streok ) . Five per cant discount
on all bills puiil previous to April 10.
O 111 co open until i ) p. m. on Saturdays.
Council BlulTs City Water \Vorks Co.
Will Not Go to the fmko.
' No Union Pacific for Manawa this year , "
Bald Mr. C. P. Broslan to Tun BEE yester
day. The matter is finally settled , and J am
going back to Minneapolis. The company
was under contract with mo to build tbo line
as soon as certain conditions were complied
with. Mr. S. P. McConnoH agreed to en
large the hotel , and with that understanding
1 wont to work. I fulfilled every point of my
agreement , nnd the hotel mutter was all that
wab loft. Just at the last moment Mr. Me-
Condi announces Ills inability to fulfill his
agreement , nnd the whole matter , figuratively
speaking , 'Is In the soup.1 You can reudily
sco the position I am placed In , and under
stand the situation fully , The railroad com
pany now says ' .you have failed to comply
with your part of the agreement , and wo can
not bo iixpoctud to go ahead. ' I do not
not blame them , for they can not bo expected
to do otherwise.
The only thing that is lacking Is the hotel ,
for everything else nt the luke is In gplandld
condition. If tlio hotel had been built the
road would have boon there in forty-five
days according to contract. Mr. Holcomb
stated that the road would bo built to the
luke whenever the hotel was built , but it can
not bo done tills year. In the future it may
go to the luke , nut n ot during the present
season , as it Is too late to uiako fresh plans
and now urr nngoments for the desired im
provements. Of course , It will not perma
nently atfcct the situation at the lake , as II
simply put things back a.year. Manawa will
bu there just tno same , and the work already
done Is Hjoro to stay. The move muy not af
fect the two cities other than In keeping out
tlio excursions that would otherwise have
como in over the Union 1'ucillc , but itvll
surely do that. "
Dr. C. C. Ilnxon , dentist , Opera , house
Headquarters for builders' hardware ,
Odbll & Bryant , 613 Main Btrcot. '
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Luuiuli'v Co.
'I'lifi Day In Court ,
In the district court yesterday the fora
noon was devoted to the hearing of motions ,
and the afternoon the CASO of Voder vs
O'Nefll ' , for a relaxing of fees in tbo attach
ment case recently pending against 13. L.
Yodcr , was railed. The sheriff's ' bill of costs
and fees amounted to a little over fPOO
After bearing tbo case , the court ordcrot
Bomo of the feus reduced , but refused to
Kraut Urn plaintiff's request to have the fees
of plaintiff's witnesses In tlio former case
taxed up to tlio sheriff.
The case of Kddio HCIRCM was then called.
The boy'B father asked that ho bo Bent to
the reform school , ns ho was Incorrigible.
The court ordered that the boy bo sent to
, ho reformatory ns requested , provided the
father furnishes securities this morning for
the costs in sending the boy away.
Rooms to rent in Iho Morrlnm block.
S. B. Wads worth & Co. , 1130 Main street.
Thn School Hoard.
The board of education held a meeting last
evening. The matter of locating the new
building in the western part of the city was
referred to a committee of the whole , which
will view the ground next Wednesday.
It was decided to advertise for bids for
building the front stairway to the Hlch
The committed on supplies was instructed
: o purchase at once 100 chairs for the audi
torium of the Bloomer building.
Six ballots wcro taken for n general Jnnl-
.or and superintendent of grounds and build-
ngs. The candidates are Richard Ambrose ,
O. II. Thomns , M. H. Tinley , John Epper
son. S. S. Shepherd , P. G. Mlkcscll , John
Stubbs and E. A. Avory. Thomns nnd
Tlnloy wcroln the lead , the latter wanting but
ono vote to elect. There was no choice and
the matter was postponed until the next
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
oan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of nil kinds.
and all other articles of value without
omoval. All business strictly conll-
J. G. Tipton , real estate , 627 B'dwny
A Xliflviuc lown Town.
LE.VOX , la. , April 0. [ Correspondence of
Tin : Biic.J A Business Men's association
uis been organized In Lenox , with the solo
objectof advertising and bulldmgup thoctty.
Lonox goes into the Blue Grass league of
southwestern Iowa with moro natural ad
vantages than any city represented. With
Its spontaneous and luxuriant growth of blue
; rass , its unrivaled agricultural resources ,
its many business opportunities nnd Its unex
celled educational facilities , the city and its
surrounding territory is sure to receive its
share of the influx In eastern immigrants.
A national bank , with $100,000 capital , is
being organized hero. H. A. Chllds heads
the list with 510,000 stock.
Barry Bros , have commenced the manu
facture of a road cart , the invention of
Among the now buildings contracted and
in course of construction is a big livery barn
30x170 feet , to bo built by J. H. Baker ; two
fine brick store buildings , erected by A. C.
Brlco ; two handsome residences in the north
part of the elty , to be built by G. C. Paschal
and A. MclCenzio , and a pretty little cottage
by M. M. Paucett. Other buildings in pros
pect arc n new postofllcc and a general store ;
Not a single tcnnntablo vacant house can
bo found in the city.
Arrangements are being made for n big
horse fair on the Lenox district fair grounds
In July. We have moro thorough ored stock
hero than at any point in western Iowa and
the full * must bo a success. The annual dis
trict fair will bo hold September 9 , 10 , 11 , 12
and ii. :
The Business Men's association is nego
tiating with a Davenport manufacturer to
A handsome little pamphlet setting forth
the advantages and resources of this section
has been printed , nnd a copy can bo scoured
by addressing N. A. Cole , secretary of the
Business Men's association.
A Now Kaunas County Scat.
ST. FIUNCIS , Kan. , April 3. fCorrespond
ence of THE BCB.I St. Francis is the pres
ent terminus of the B. & M. , branch leading
from Orleans , Neb. , southwesterly through
Fnrnas county , Nebraska , nnd Decatur ,
Rawlins and Cheyenne counties , Kansas.
Though not ono year old this town has a
population of 800 and is located near the cen
ter of Cheyenne county. The county &eat
has Just been removed from Bird City to
this place and the county ofllcers arc temporarily
arily located in a small frame building until
a court house can bo built. St Francis is
destined to bo a good business point It is
located in the heart of a good farming coun
try which Is being rapidly settled up with
well-to-do farmers Rccont heavy rains the
past week have thoroughly wet the soil nnd
farmers say they never hud a better outlook
for good crops. Most of the small grain has
been sown , and the corn ground is being
Bird City is located on the B. & M. branch
about fifteen miles cast of St. Francis. This
has always been a good trading point. One
firm at this pluco bought 30,000 bushels of
corn which was raised in the vicinity.
Giiinojr , Nob. April 8. [ Correspondence
of TUB BEE.J Gibbon was started In 1871 ,
and has had a steady and healthy growth
without cither boom or collapse. No assist
ance has como from outsldo capital , and all
that has been done hero has been accom
plished by the pluck and energy of its in
habitants. Gibbon has two banks , ono na
tional and ono state ; dry goods and grocery
stores in abundance , several drug stores and
two lumber yards. All other kinds of busi
ness is well represented. 'Gibbon has ono
creamery and ono cheese factory , nnd ono of
the best roller flour mills in the state.
At this time the capital for a 50,000 starch
factory is nearly ull subscribed. In educa
tional and church matters Gibbon stands very
high , and sccrot societies are numerous.
Gibbon has sonio wants and some man will
make money by supplying some of them. It
needs a new nnd largo Hotel , us well as a
canning factory. The town is situated in ono
of the best and fairest sections in Nebraska ,
and surrounded by farming lands that cannot
bo surpassed. Wood river furnishes an ex
cellent water power that Is utilized only in
An Kartliuako | In Hnytl.
NKW Yonic , April 8. The purser of the
steamer F.ll Calllo , which arrived to-day
from Port-do-P.ilx , Haytt , reports that on
March 'M a heavy shock of earthquake was
felt in the town nnd adjacent country ,
which lasted several seconds. At the time
the steamer loit no news had been received
of any loss of llfo or damage to prouorty.
I'ltttkamor Restored to Confidence.
HKIIM.V , April 3 , The emperor us a mark
of renewed confidence , ban summoned to the
horreuhuus Dr.jVon Piittkamer , the minister
-who was dismissed by the late Emporsr
Holland CotH n .
Tun HAOUK , April 3. In compliance with
the wUhcs of state counsel , parliament to
day agreed to the establishment of arofouoy.
Another Minister KCH | IIH.
BIICHAUUST , April D. The members of the
ministry huvo tendered their resignation to
Rturilglt and Poralili--Nov. , IOCO-Cu ed.
101. t. UDBPHT.
Pl9.ii ttmt e Yeari Later-Permanent Cure.
lrlnt 14 , Tiut. , Oct It. llll.
M/ wife v > i p r lyi d tud could not wtlk
Up. Effort I u l t UttU El. Jicoti oil ilit w i
Uul th > Loon. Blu It BOW tatlnly will. 4o i ill
IK < houfWirX & 4i < illklDfl < > , JOB. ? .
ff'd /Vu0i/W and
Clio Cbarlci A. Vogelur Co. , Ualta. , Aid.
* " " "
TIIOS. Omcr.u. wTil. M.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner Main ami Droailwny.
COI'NOIl. HLiUKPH , IOWA.
Dealer * In foreign c.n < l domestic exchange.
Collectlo.-u mailo utl lutoresl jmlil on time do-
WANTT.n-A Rlrl'fd > general housework at
Atlantic house. ,
1OII HUNT Tholi'oif four-room cottage. No.
Ml MynMcr st. , one olock from motor line ,
postolllcebanks , etc'Apply on premises , W.
i > . i ipcr. . .
POIl SAfiK or nxchnngo-An 8 horse power
engine for a Inipgy. Enquire 31 N. Main st.
ENOINK roil SAI.Ono 0x12 , twenty-homo
power , mostly now. Union Iron works ,
No. 1307,3d st , Council nuitrs.li.
TjlOlFuKNT April 1 , two storj- brick business
JL1 houio. No. 104 Mroailway , opposite OgJon
louse. Council llluits. Inquire ot Hobert Mul-
K 101) ) Hrondway.
lOll 3AI K Three work horses nt Netnnay *
er's barn , on Wednesday , March 13. Hnmucl
SITUATION WANTKD-Ily yoiinR nmn or21 ,
O as Btcuonrnpher anil type writer ; can fur
nish boit ot references ; can Keep books. Ad *
dross llox 489 , Shonandoali , la.
DWKbt.INO HOUSE for rent , 10 rooms on
Cherry hill , next to Ilov. 0. O. Illco's ,
with stabio ami ono acre of ground. Horace
ALSO on 1st of April next , the two story
house , H rooms with stable , corner or Nlntn
street uml Second avenue ! two minutes walk
from the dummy depot anil next to my resl-
dcnco on the west. Horace livcrotU
lir O1T1CE ever the St. .lo U. H. ticket of-
- lice , corner t'onrl ami liroadwny ; posses
sion given 1st ot April. Horace I'rorctt.
TOIl SATiK Two-story frame residence , cor-
JL ncr and adjoining lots , each ( fl feet front by
1SJ feet deep. Kmnilro nt Knlrmount phar
macy , 100 Upper "
T7Kll HUiNT Ofllce No. 2 , ovnr llalnl's conJ -
Jfectionery store , lately occupied byVm. .
Ward , arcnltoct. Horacu Kvcrett.
"niOH HRNT Cheap , two hundsome , now six-
J- ' room cottages , north of transfer. Council
Uliiir.H. Imiulro IIlixiul lllshtor , fith ave. and
RACES FOR 1889
Tnko the elegant cars of the Council
BlulTs Railway & Bridge Motor to the
track. Races commences promptly nt
2:30 : p. in.
No. 27 Main Street ;
Over .Vacqticiuiti'8 Jewelry St ore
Is good on presentation for
$1.00 on each pair of pants
bought of the
Good for Thirty Days.
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SAPR. & KNOTTSr
Fuel Merchants. .WaUhTheSfGNS aT"1 4
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&No,3l . . lust Buy Your\ \ |
, South.MqlnSt. fc < < < i i -
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\ \A/A I' invite ii' ffpfornpt > /sii * to * * * X Delivery fe/M rmf + r * * P.C.MILUE-R " Er&c ? DINE :
your pat ro n a o e . . , > /O4 i3/0/AOW/Av ;
NosII&I3 Pearl St. .
GO TO THE
LONDON - TAILOR ,
And get the Dcst lilting Suit '
you cycr Iiud.
Ko 637 BroadwayCouncil , Blnff
A. F. CLATTERBUCK ,
410 ISROAUWAY ,
COONCULj DtiUFKS , t I IOWA.
Private watchmen furnished at any and nl
Special attention given to collodion of chat
tel moitgngos and notes.
Money to lonn on good chattel security.
Reference Any bank , attorney , or business
man In the city.
D.H.McDANELO & CD , ,
Hidesjallow , Pells , Wool fi Fim ,
Highest market prices. Prompt relu
and 8 ! Main St. . Council llluffa. low
THE ! IRTTSSIEILii :
Especially Adapted for
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOM/ / TIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
> mplote steam plants. Ilogulatlon. Thirahlllty auar
Ttiol Kconomy ID equal with Corllm Non-Condensing
.E.G. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs
PUBLIC & PRIVATE BUILDINGS
JOHN GILBERT , 518 Pearl St.
TELEPHONE 22-1. Estimates Furnished .
C'orrospondonco Solicited. On Application.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
A DAISY FARM !
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 fqr eight horses , and oow barn , shed ?
graineries , orchard , etc.
Good wells , living water , tame grass.
Near school , church , etc.
Write C. J. COLBY ,
522 Paxton Block , Omaha , or Broadway and 30th St
Council Blttffs , Iowa.
THE ORDER WAS
POST NO BILLS !
& VOUN KERMAM
fc R OAD WA Y"
STATIONE/ / ?
Sv\\Ux\e o SCHOOL LsZ&w
FurnitUrQ & Stoves
on weeft/y crtnont/ily
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SEE HOW THEY OBEYED IT
BEGINNING WITH A CUT !
AT WIIOliESAIjC AND UETAJL , .
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On our entire tlucli. Call anil tit-o or ivrilu in ,
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H Ilyilranllo and Sanitary Engineer. Plain , Esliinated
, apccillcntioijH. Supervision of Public Work. Urovra
_ BullOlntf , Council UlufTg , lown.
NQP U I I L > 7 JubUco of the Peace. Oftlce over A moi lean Express , No. 410
, OU n U Hi. Hroadwuy , Council Hluffs , Iowa.
QTHIMT Xi QIMQ AUornnyH-U-Law. Practice in the State and Fed-
O I UMU ( X OIIVIO oral Courts. Rooms 7 nnd 8 Shugnrt-Hciio Hlook ,
_ CouiiciniluffB , Io-.va. _
BURKE & Room Ehtswl