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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. MAY ! 14 1889
THE DAILY BEE.
0FF1CK. NO J2 FISAItli STUEBT.
r ItllveredbycArrlcr In Any Pnrt of be City A
1 entjr Cents l'cr Week. . .
11 , W. TJMON. . . MANAOKlt.
llL'FiNr.Rfl Orncr. No. 43.
KIOIIT UDITOII , NO.U&
BUN Oil MBNTION.
N. Y.l'lumblnR Co.
There will bo a meeting of the V. A. S.
fraternity at O. A. It hall this evening at
7 : 'M o'clock.
The street car company ycstordny put in a
turn-tnblo nnd switch on the fnlr cround
line , In preparation for the tournament.
The various organizations Interested in
preparing for a proper observance of Uocor-
ntlon day appointed committees last even
Judge Aylesworth mndo n now assignment
of cases In the superior court yesterday
moinlng. Jury cases will bo called Friday
Hulldlng permits wcro Issued yesterday to
H. D. Powers , $500 ; Mrs. M. 12. Sutherland ,
W.50 ; E. S. Hradloy , two houses. * 1,200 ; E.
Thnycr , tm
Special meeting of Excelsior lodge No.
S5'J , A. F. ft A. M. , thli Tuesday evening , for
work In the third degree. Visiting brethren
There was a meeting of the Knights of
I'ythlns last evening to appoint a com'nlttoo :
to nrrango with the Chuuiuuouii concerning
the coming encampment.
Steamboat Inspector J. O. Ulxby yestordov
issued nn engineer's license to John O'Neill ,
nnd that gentleman will handle the "Now
Gem" this season on Luke Manawa.
Thoraus Sloan was taken before Squire
Schurz yesterday morning on the charco of
wlfo beating. He gtwo boiuU for his appear
ance when wanted , and was released.
William Pofpcnhagcn nnd H. Huchl were
arrested on Lower Dronilwny , yesterday
afternoon , for reckless driving , ruulM. Snow
wns towed in for attempting to beat a board
Major Lvmnn has boon Invited to Rpcalt nt
Clunnda , Page county , oa Decoration day ,
Ho has accepted , nnd will receive n hearty
welcome , ns many of the soldiers of his reg
iment rcsldo In thnt vicinity.
Mrs. Dr. Uower hns sent several of her
pnlntings to the line nrt exhibit in ( Tninhn.
Mrs.Howcr Is un artist of recognized merit nnd
nbllitv , and her work Is attracting attention
from lovers of art both in thia city and
A force of forty men was nt work at the
Chnutauiiua grounds yesterday. The brick
work on the amphitheater will bo completed
to-day by Wickhnm Hros. , and Contractor
Wind will then have full swing with the car
Two drunks nnd two disturbers of the
peace patched up a truce with Judge Aylcs-
> worth yesterday morning. Two fast drivers
wcro not able to secure a cessation of hostil
ities on the part of the court , and their cases
The Jury In the Foreshoimor case came In
at 8 o'clock , last evening , nnd reported their
inability to agree , nnd were discharged ,
They stood six to six , and thcro wns no show
of n change. The Jury in the case ol Stewart
vs the city wns instructed by the court to
Ihul for the defendant nnd returned a ver
dict for the city.
Sunday was n very cold dav for ninnv of
the railway postal clerks running In and out
of this city. 'J ho heads of Clerks Muruhy ,
'Clarke , Slkcs , Potter nnd Soarles , of the
Northwestern ; Fields and Uossitcr. of the
Union Pacfiic , and Dempscy and Griflln , of
the Kock Inland , fell into the basket. It was
a big haul for ono day.
'iho boys nt No. 4 hose house have n re
markable chicken. It is "n rooster ns is a
rooster. " according to nil accounts. "Cy
clone" is the hero of fifteen bloody battles ,
and on two occasions won thrco lights in ono
day. Ho hns never been defeated , nnd re
ceives moro attention than anything else
about the building. His breeding is obscure
nnd his appearance is somewhat question
able , according to tintypes nowon exhibition ,
but bo gets there Just the same , nud throws
down n flerco "doll" to any mongrel crowor
on earth ,
Council BlulTs Loilgo No. 270 ( Loyal )
A. O. U. W. , moots in G. A. R. hall
every Friday evening nt 8 o'clock.
Lost , thrco chocks , ono signed by
Harry Birkinbino , for $16.26 ; another
signed by Brackott & Gavin , for$0 ; und
another signed by R. P. Oificor , for
87.50 ; all three payable to H. W. Til-
ton , or DAILY BEE. Finder will please
return to BKE office. Payment on
checks is stopped.
For $2o.OO The N. Y. Plumbing Co.
will put a load service pipe mid hydrant
in yqur yard ; alsli 60 foot extra hoso.
Call at once at 114 Main street.
Fremont Uonjamln , of Avocn , was in the
Congressman Reed loft last evening for
Washington , and will bu absent about two
H. Emerogo nnd H. Grass , of Fontanolle ,
wcro in the city yesterday , nnd stopped at
A Alderman Lncey loft last evening foi
Dos Molnos on business connected with the
Alfred Hntnlin , general superintendent of
the Hallroad News compiny , of Kansas City ,
visited the two cities yesterday.
The firm of Noble Hros. . printers , has dis
solved partnership , S. C. Noble retiring. A ,
U. Noble will continue the business.
Christian Straub nnd family have loft tot
a visit with relatives in Europe. They will
sail next Saturday via the North German
The larceny of a sot of now double harness
from Mr. Do Llslo and a wagon from Mr.
Harataw , two formers living- south ol
Manawa , was reported to the police yester
A lively runaway occurred on Lower
Broadway yesterday. The occupants of the
carriage ware thrown out and badly bruised ,
ono so severely that ho was removed to his
homo In a hack.
Harry Dye , while nt work fixing n screen
door at Mrs. Amy's rosldonco , No. 537 Fifth
avenue , met with an accident by which his
lag was badly cut. A physician was culled
upon to dress the wound.
Ilov. T. H. Clcland , formerly pastor ol
the Presbyterian church of this city , but now
of SprlQgtlold , Mo. , is the guest of Samuel
II aas und family on South Sixth street. He
leaves for the cast tins oven I ng.
Thcro are several alloys in the business
portion of the city that ara m a condition
that demands the Immediate attention of the
board of health. The stench arising from
them is horrible , and will rapidly become
worse as the weather growa warmer , unless
the garbage covering them Is removed.
Mr , A. W. . Ettor , the Junior partner of
the Otrdon , has arrived from Los Angeles ,
nnd is now ready for business. ' The boys
around the hotel say ho is a bustler , und Is
on band promptly at 4 o'clock In the morn
ing , as has been hU custom dui ing a lifetime
in the hotel business , It was a surprise tc
ooino of thorn , but they are fulling into Hue
Dr. C. C. Iluzou , dentist , Opera house
Notice the beautiful finish given col-
lurs , culTn and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company ,
Ono of the greatest attractions over offered
1F 1 nt Union park is 6 % the programme for noxl
F * Saturday's niatiuoo , The celebrated uucor ,
U Hot , record 2 ; 00 with running mute , wil
endeavor to break the record. The horse li
In bplendld condition , and is going very f s
tbls season , A largo dolcgatiou of Om jham
will accompany their prodigy to this sldo ol
thu rlvor. In addition to tills great attruo
lion , there will bo a 3:33 : trot and a 3:35 : pace ,
each for a purse of (100. It will doubtless
be u big day at the park.
Wanted , $0,600 worth o ( unimprovet
Council BIulTs city property. Thos
having bargains for cash address H. C ,
olUco , Council Bluffs.
MAYOR ROI1RER AT HOME ,
As Enthusiastic As 3vor Over
Tournament and Olty Hall.
" " " " "
MORE SPORT FOR TURFMEN.
The City Council loln B In Conrt-
Donth of Mrs. MoNnlljr Per-
sonnl and General
Matter * .
TIio Mnyor Home Annln.
Mayor Ilohror returned from Chicago ,
Suniloy evening , alter on absence" ol nearly
two week * . Ho xvas ccn , yesterday , by a
HUE representative , and Interrogated re-
Rardlng the result of his mission to the
Garden Cltv. Ho stated thnt lie devoted
some time to tjio matter of socurhiR morq
favorable rates than the railroad companies
wcro nt present disposed to give. Ho called
at the headquarters of various roads , but
found thr.t the ROneral pa enRor ngonts
were In Washington , whore they were culled
by the Intor-stnto commission. Their assist
ants gave him the assurance that thu matter
should bo laid before those ofllclals on. their
return , and gave him reason to houo that
the rules desired would bo Riven. The rate
of a cent a mlle can not bo ncuurcd , and the
Idea has been abandoned , but the rate now
desired Is much more favorable , and the
roads are moro disposed to grunt It. The
volunteer llrcmen will all bo curried free , If
the rate is given , and all other visitors will
bo charged one farn for the round trip.
The roads absolutely refuse to make
a lower rate than ono faro for the
round trip , as that has been
declared as the minimum rate , and no devia
tion will now bo made that might result to
thu dlsadvuntugc of the railroads In the fu
ture , through the provisions of the inter
state commerce law. The roads all feel
friendly toward the firemen and profess the
greatest readiness to do what thov can for
them. The mayor stated that ho had an en
joyable though busy trip , hut was glad to get
back to. Council Bluffs.
"I suppose you still hold to the same opln-
Ion regarding a new city hall , " ventured the
' 'Most assuredly , " was the decided reply.
"I advocated a now city hall in my message
to the council over a year ago , and 1 am now
of the opinion that ono of the most pressing
needs of this city to day is a suitable buildIng -
Ing for ttie preservation of the records of
the city and superior court , us well as to
provide decent onices for the city ofllcers ,
and a police station where prisoners may bu
con II ucd without the possibility of finding
thum asphyxiated by sewer gus before the
following morning. There is not the slight
est doubt that the city is extremely liable to
sustain a heavy and Irieparablo loss nt any
time on account of the want of
a building bettor adapted to the
city's needs than the present structure.
What locution do I favorJ Well , that Is d
question that , perhaps , is not as well settled
In my mind us the other , but I think that , as
the city now owns a good sbcd strip on Ury-
ant sticot , more lund should bo put chased to
extend this strip through to Main street.
The city should own a frontage on Main
stieet f i oin the alley to Waterman's carriage
factory. That would give nmplo ground for
a line city hall and a city marltot , and would
bo easily accessible from the very center of
"I don't know but what other locations
would bo more desirable , but the city's own
ership of the present site of the city building
Is a strong hold to keep the city hall iTiero.
Of one thing I am certain , and that is that
the building should be erected as soon us
possible. I shall not only favor , but agitate
the erection of u new city ball until I see the
structure complete. "
J. G. Tiptun. real estate , 527 B'dway '
An adjourned meeting of the city council
was held last evening , the muyor and a full
board , with the exception of Alderman
Lacy , being present.
A resolution was passed that the electric
motor company bo instructed to fill the
dltihcs on cither side of their tracks on
Avenue A within ten days , or suit will bo
commenced against said company forthwith.
A number of bids for building now side
walks recently ordered wore read and re
ferred to the cltv engineer for tabulation.
The petition of certain citi/.ens of Strects-
villo for better water and lire protection was
referred to the water committee.
The report of the city engineer on u peti
tion that Cook avenue bo opened to Uidgo
street was unfavorable , and was con
A communication from E. li. Preston &
Co. , asking prompt payment of certain judg
ments against the city , was referred to the
The petition of M. E. Amy for si i eduction
of taxes was referred to the judiciary com
The petition df Frank Kaspar for water
service at the corner of Twenty-sixth street
ana Avenue A , ns ho is going to build thirty
houses near that point , was granted.
The petition of Crcd Lentzlncr and eigh
teen others to bo allowed to place sidewalks
on curb line on Scott and Mill streets was
On motion of Alderman Everett , the mar
shal was instructed to rcinovo barb wire
wherever the same Is used to protect parkIng -
Ing along sidewalks.
The marshal was instructed to notify the
Chicago & Northwestern railway company
and electric motor cdmpany to nut crossings
in passable condition at the corner of Twen
ty-sixth street and First avenue , and
Twenty-sixth street and Avenue A , us
piaycd for by S. 1 * . McConnell , of the Chicago
cage Lumber company.
The city engineer reported , on several
matters referred to him at the last meeting.
City Solicitor Holmes' report on the peti
tion of John Short , for damages for change
In Indian creek , stated that no question of
law wns involved , and advised its reference
to a committee. The report was concurred
in and the mutter referred to the committee
on streets and alloys.
Mayor Hohror's rooort of money received
from the old .pest houeao , amounting to
$380.50 , was placed on illo.
The city clerk was Instructed to notify E.
A. Wickhatn to return certain certificates ,
unlawfully Issued , for curbing work that ho
did not perform.
It was decided to advertise until the 25th
of May , for sewer work In various parts of
the city , and the bonds fixed at ? JIX , > ( > . t
An ordinance for the building of areas ,
stairways , stops or oxcavutiuns In sidewalks.
providing that purlieu owning the same must
petition the council for permission to do the
work , was read , the twentieth rule SUB-
ponded , passed to a second reading , and
went over under the rules.
The report of the city solicitor on the pe
tition of property owners on Washington
street for abatement of certain nuisances on
that street , stated that the petitioners had
relief In the'courts , but advised gran ting the
prayer of petition so fur as it is related to
An ordinance- providing fur special assess
ment ! ) ngainsl all new street car companies ,
that shall occupy paved streets or streets
Hereafter paved , was passed to the third
Kids for building an electric light line to
Ihc Chauluuqua grounds , \\eio opened , and
the Midland Electric found to bo the lowest
bidder. The letting of a contract for the
same was referred to the finance committee.
S. \Vudsworth \ & Co. loan money.
Suit Aculiist 'I' ' " City.
In the district couit , yesterday , the case of
Stewart tires , vs the city of Council UiulTs ,
was on trial. The plaintiffs allege that tl.oir
property on Main street , was greatly dam
aged In 1SS1 , by a change of grade of that
thoroughfare. They set forth that their
building was oi-eutod In ISO'-S , in conformity
with u grade given at the time by W. A.
Davenport , city engineer. In 16S4 , the street
was paved , and since that lime the grocery
house of the plaintiffs bun been about six
Inches below grade , so that after a heavy
rain Urn floor of the building is flooded. Tha
plaintiffs desire to raise ti > e building , and
demand that the city contribute $5,000
toward this work , The city's defense la that
the building was not built to 'grade in ttto
flrnt place , through some mistake on Uio
part of plamliJIs or their contractor , and that
the city U not responsible.
About 2 o'clock , Uig Jury in the case of
Forcsholmcr vs Stewart , co.tno in and re
ported that they could not agre6 upon a ver
dict. The diniculty was In the instructions
ns applied to the evidence. Judpo Dcomcr
sent them back to the jury room to formu
late questions on the points of difference , and
ho would endeavor lo assist them. They
then retired to still further stretch out their
forty-eight hours of disagreement ,
Money loaned on lutnlturo , pianos ,
diamonds , horacs , buggies or anything
of vnluo nt low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A , Clark & Co.j olllce cor.1 Broadway
ftiid Mafn , over American express.
A Ripened Slicnr.
Mrs. Susan U. McNally died very sud
denly yesterday morning , at the residence of
her daughter , Mrs. U. Tcrwllllgor , corner of
Fifth avcnuo and Sixth stroat , at the advanced - ,
vanced ago of eighty-two yo.iH. The deceased -
ceased was born In Whltosboro' , Oneida
county. Now York , May 0 , 181)7. ) She wu
thu mother of seven children , four of whom
are now living. Ono son is m Kansas , and a
son and daughter nt Ixjs Angeles , Cul. Thov
hnvabocn notlllcd by telegraph. The funeral
wllltnko place from the residence ut ! 3:30 :
o'clock this afternoon.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Attention , Firemen !
Special meeting of the Firemen's associa
tion is hereby called for Tuesday evening ,
May 14 , at the city building nt .8 o'clock
sharp. Business of Importance In connec
tion with the coming tournament to bo trans
acted. As the time is very short before the
tournament will bo upon us , It behooves
every member to bo present , as there is a
great deal of work yet to bo done. By order
of president , P. LAOV ,
1. W. Cooi'Bii , Secretary.
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
An Kx-Confcrternto Writes a Friendly
Letter to the 1'rcsnlcnt.
WASHINGTON , May 13. [ Special Telegram
to Tun HKB. | S. A. Cunningham , of the
Nashville America" ! ) , nn impulsive ex-con-
federalo democrat , wrote to President Harrison
risen In .behalf of that brother whose ap
pointment to tno United States marshalshlp
for Middle Tennessee has raised such n howl
among hungry , thiVsty , starving .democrats.
" 1 know Carter Harrison well , " Cunning
ham says. "Ho is a worthy , good man and
very poor. I know that ho could not bo iu-
duced to make n pica for the apuolntmcnt ,
although ho well deserved It from a personal
standpoint. An additional motive in writing
to tuo president was to let him knotv of the
confederate soldiers' kindly sentiment to
ward those who" fought for tuounlon. I was
a prisoner for six months In General Harri
son's city , Indianapolis. I confronted his
brother In the battle of Franklin , and said in
my letter that I believed those who wore ac
quainted with Carter Harrison In Tennessee ,
regardless of party , would bo gratified if ho
would give him a good appointmciil. "
Cunnhmlinm concluded his letter with the
word , "No acknowledgement is expected , "
to which the president replied :
"Though you have set me free from my ob
ligation to acknowledge your lellor , it is so
generous that I cannot accept the discharge
from the pleasant duty of telling you how I
appreciate your friendly words In behalf of
the brother whoso plan of lite was spoiled by
the call of bis country to military service. "
Iluncocd by n iJnron.
BALTIMOHE , May ! . [ Special Telegram
to Tun BEE.Last September Miss Anna
Constable was married to Baron F. E. Von
Sucrow , whom stio had met while taking
music lessons In Now York. She moved in
the best social circles , and was greatly ad
mired for her beauty and accomplishments ,
but wns somewhat eccentric. Her husband
thought she was rich. Ho talked of estates
in Germany , but ho borrowed her money
freely. Last April ho sailed for Germany ,
after taking all her money. < She followed
him on the next steamer , and learned in
Europe that ho was not what ho claimed to
bo. Now she is on her way home again and
will seek seimration in the courts. Baron
Von Sucrow Is again in Now York , and says
ho told his wlfo to remain hero while ho went
to Germany to recover the millions wrong
fully hold from .him by bis father.
New Iowa I'oHtimstcrs.
WASHINGTON , May 18. [ Special Telegram
to THE BCK. ] The following Iowa postmas
ters wcro appointed to-day : Samuel Stur
geon , Garner , Hancock county , vice Robert
Elder , removed ; 0. Evans , Garden Grove ,
Decatur county , vice John D. Brown , re
signed ; A. L. _ Munsoll , Hamilton , Marion
county , vice John L. Pack , resigned ; O. J.
Olesen , Irvington , Kossutn county , vice
Kingsley Carlen , deceased ; E. M. Burchelo ,
Jubilee , Blackhawk county , vice Eliza
Hausor , removed ; Jennie Wisdom , Malvoy ,
Ringgold county , vice W. U. Heartrcslgncd ;
J. C. Sarcuott , Palo , Linn county .vico David
Johnson , resigned ; C. H. Nass , Washington
Prairie , Winneshiok county , vice O. H. Sivo-
sand , resigned ; J. H. Shafer , Zcaring , Story
county , vice A. D. Hlx , icmoved.
Copious HuiiiN Have fallen.
CHICAGO , May 13. Special dispatches re
ceived hero indicate that copious rams have
fallen within the past few days over a very
wide wheat and corn growing area In the
west. The area reported from covers the
entlro states of Illinois and Indiana and
parts of Michigan , Wisconsin and Iowa.
Brothers Killed at a Dnncc.
PORTSMOUTH , O. , May 13 At a dance
Saturday night on Twin crook , about twelve
miles below this city , several roughs became
Involved In a light in which Wllliam'nnd Amos
Cooper , brothers , wore killed by shots from
a revolver in the hand of Henry Nickels.
London's Tltlnil Gamblers.
LONDON , May 13. The persons arrested
yesterday In the raids on the Field and Adol-
pnl clubs in this city , wore arraigned this
morning and admitted to ball to appear for
examination next week. The police who
made the arrests admitted the peers taken
into custody wore not members of the Field
club , but stated they resorted there for the
purpose of gambling.
Death of Mrs.
PmSTON , Pa. , May 13. Mrs. Mary E.
Dickinson , mother of Susan E. Dieltliyisn ,
the writer , and Anna Dickinson , the well
known lecturer , died at her homo In West
Plttston yesterday morning. She was over
ninety years of ago.
Cincinnati Salonnx Partly Closed.
CINCINNATI , May 13. Half of the drinking
saloons were closed tightly yesterday. Many
that wcro not closed kept the blinds down
and front doors closed , but the sldo doors
Tlio Indiana Oil Hooin.
TKIWR HAUTB , Ind. , May 13. The oil
boom hero Is assuming largo proportions.
Expert * pronounce the oil of superior quality.
Thcra 1 u rush for lunds on which to sink
wells , twenty stock companies forming.
Hauled Doivn lloll null's Flnj ; .
Tun IlAOi'i : , May 13. Last night a , social.
Ut hauled down the royal standard from the
great tower ami hoisted the socialist ilag In
Fatal Kunawny Acohlout ,
GIUFTOK , Dak. , Mny 13. In a collision
caused by a runaway team Saturday Johanna
Goodmnnson was killed and four men were
Catholic Cliuruh Hunted.
MILWAUKBU , May 13. The St. Joseph
PolUb Cathqllo church south of hero burned
last nlubt , causing a loss of about 1-10,000 ,
A NoWNpnuor Sus | > piulH ,
PIIOVIDKNCE , H. I. , May 18. J , W. Mo
Crillls , proprietor of the Evening Dispatch ,
aunouin.es ills suspension.
SOUTH OJ&VllA NOTES.
H D. Scott , whoMns been upending a
month visiting In Iowa and St. Louis , Mo. ,
has returned and Is nt the stock yards.
Mrs. Wood and MriUiO'Ncal waltzed Into
Judco King's court , yesterday , with as
' " 'lUJS'jn'nro ' ' M a Wind mule , to answer
charges of disturbing'ffio noaM.
John Crabtrco and if. F. Hlvcly , for a lit
tle light , were assessed respectively $1 nnd
JJ3 nnd costs by Judge King.
William Gooir was fetfpd for n W.50 line by
Judge King , . ,
A slight tire In the pens at the stock yards
called out the llromcii.at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. No dnmngA was done.
Sholany A Podolok-will Rive a May ball at
their M street hall Tuesday evening.
William Madden , wlfo and Invalid daugh
ter have returned to Ashland.
Miss Alice Grlfilih Saturday stepped on a
nail and received a painful wound In the
Dennis McCnulay , at the stock yards , Is
sick with pleurisy.
Mrs. L. C. Morse Is sicK , with fcbrcl symp
In the Kilkor house row John Uynn wns
so badly cut that n surgeon had to rebuild
F. W. Kcnzio's restaurant , furniture nnd
goods were sold by the constable yesterday.
President G. F. Swift , of the packing
house of Swift & Co. . arrived from Chicago
to-day , and Is looking over the plant hero.
James P. Murphy , of Swift & Co.'s cleri
cal force , Is very sick.
A bunding permit has been granted Wil
liam M. Croy , Twenty-ninth nnd H streets.
A row on North Twenty-sixth street Sun
day entertained a largo crowd , and prox-od
painful for some of the foreign combatants.
Outraurd By a Hired Man.
LA Cuossc , Mis. , May 13. In the absence
of Arthur Tnpp , a farjuer living eight mites
distant , on Saturday , his wife was knocked
down and outraged by a hired man named
Kuss. The unfortunate woman mndo an
effort to got to a neighbor's house , but fell
unconscious near by , whore she wns dis
covered. Ivuss was nrrestod and lodged in
jail. Last night about midnight a party of
about two hundred farmers suriounded the
jail and demanded the prisoner. The
authorities at the jull had learned of the
contemplated attack Justin time to got Kuss
away , and refused to make Known his where
abouts. The feeling is still strong and an
other attempt will probably bo made to
lynch him next Saturday , when the prisoner
Is brought up for trial. Mrs , Tripp is in a
critical condition. .
DcfrnudlnK the City. >
Sergeant Haze makes complaint to Chief
Seavoy that many of the sportlnc women of
the city are defrauding the school fund of
their lines , changing the dates on ofticial
papers excusing them from paying lines in
time pust and make it appear that the ex
cuses are good for the present month.
Galarriial Dangers ,
To bo freed fiom the dangers of snlTocation
w hlln lying ( low n : to brefltho f i celv. sleep sound
ly nnd undisturbed : to'irlho refreshed , head
clear , brain iictlvo and frtte from pain or aclio ;
to know to know that iio ) oi-onous puti id mat
ter dollies the breath and rots aw ay the dcllcnto
machinery of smell , tadt6 nd heating : to feel
that the system does iifi'tj , through Us veins and
aitcrles , suck up tlio poison that Is sine to un
dermine and destroy Is lndeed a blessing be-
vondallothernuinaneujoyincnts. To purchase
immunity ft am such -ff.it o should be the object
of all allllctcd lint thooo who have tiled many
remedies uml pliyslcl.utsrtespalr of roliufor euro.
SANfoiin'H Hum AI , Cniii : meets o01 y phase
of Catnrih. irom a slmpUhcad told to tno most
loithsome nnd destructive stages. It Is local
and constitutional nistant In relieving , per
manent In cm Ing , , safo'6couomical and never-
S IM onn.s H\DiCAT , tiiiv : consists of onebot-
tloof ItIIICAI , Cunr , qno bet of CATAHIUMI.
SOI.VI..NT , mid ono iMrnovi.n IMIAI.KU , all
wrapped in one package faith treatseand direc
tions and sold by all drjitolsta fori $1.10.
P/TTl KUHU.tClli.Uv'Al-OoHl'OJI ( mONllOSTPN
PAINS AND WEAKNESS ,
'Of females Instantly rcle\id ! toy the
new , elegant and infallible Antidote to
1'aln , Intlammatlon and Weakness , the
Cuncuit.v ANTI-PAIN Pi.AsrKii. The
111 it and only paln-s-ibdulna Plaster especially
adapted to Cure 1 cmale Pains aud Weaknesses.
Vastly superior to all other plasters yet prep -
p ircd. At all druggists , B j cents : llu tor tLifl ;
or , postage free , of POTTER Dttun AND CIIISM-
IOAL , Coni'OiiArioN , Boston , Jlixss.
FOU HUNT Furnished or unfurnished largo
ten-room house , b.xth room , gas. Inmate ,
etc. , at 015 Willow live. Knmilre at premlses.or
O. H. Stlllman , Drown block.
ITUtKSH milk cows for sale or trade for fat
- - cows , buixu'8 stock yards , Upper Jlroad-
way. frank SH an.
WANTIJU A. place for a Ifi-yenr-olrt bov to
u ork for board and clothes , or learn trade.
Tor particulars address C. , Heo olllce , Council
OH 8ALE-Or Trade-Piano No. 1. ( new )
organ , liarnecs. sow Ing inachlno. horsti and
\\agon. Address No. GJ3 liroadway , room 1.
A NV one wanting flneclmnce to manufacture
xXcan becui o building , power , etc. , at a bargain
by uddrcb&iug Main street Meat Market.
JCK < 100 tons for aale. Lanzendorfor &
btiohhehn. Main street Moat Market.
"OUAL Kstato bought and sold. None but
J.X bargains accepted. Houses for sale on
monthly paymentsWariauty clued given. By
C. It. Jiuld , (100 ( Hioadttay , Council llhilfs.
OH UKNT A fine dairr farm of 133 acres.
half a mile from tne cltv limits ; a part of
It can be cultivated If desired ; good lionau and
barn ; water supplied by \\iiulmlll. . Horace
FOH SALE My residence. Inquire John a.
Woodward , flU Fourth avenue.
FOH KENT Largo double olllro over Frank
Levin's cigar store , & 0Uroadway. ! . Inquire
of Frank I ovln.
D.H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hidesjallow , Pelts , Wool & Furs ,
Highest market prices. Prompt returns. No , 820
and iU2 Main tit. , Council Illulls , Iowa.
'OFOMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
Hj P VITED TO CALL AT
.Mri"G . ! , L , GILLETT'S
udMee her flue line of Hair
Ooods. I'lNKST HAlll
OtlNAMENTS In the city.
VUvfl. lleards , etc. , for Hunt
Gluth ami Coyle and Myers
Urease 1'ntntH , Hair
" & Dressing , lite.
No , 20 Main St. - Council HI ill ft
Orders by mall rcaolvtopromptattentlon.
Sprains , Strains ,
DruliPt , Wound * .
. . and Dtaleti
.IbiChll. .V A. DrvpgMt Vcgelir Co. , Btllo. . Md.
SUMMER IS COMING I
KEEP COOL !
lYlml Is Needed Is a ( Jood
GAS STOVE FOR COOKING !
A SPI.RNDID MNK OF
GAS STOVES !
Just received nnd on exhibition at the gns com
pany's olllce. Unecinullcd for convenience.
Absolute safety. No odor , nnd above all , eco
nomical if properly used Call and oxnmino
them \\licthor you Intend purchasing or not.
NO. 28 PEARL ST.
XV. H. M. I'u's KT
OFFICER & PUSH.
Corner Mutn and flroadway ,
COUNCIL , UliUKPS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign c.nd domestic exchange.
Collections made nnd interest paid on time de
G , B , JACQUEMIN & GO , ,
Watchmakers < S Jewelers ,
Railroad Watch Inspectors
Tor Union Pncillc , ChlcnRO & Northwestern ,
Chicago , Itoct Island & I'nclllc , Chicago , Ilnr-
llngton&Qunicy. Kunsns City & St. Joe rail
No. 27 Main St. ,
Council IllufTH , In.
The Most Modern Novolltlos In
Artistic Decorations !
AT PETER C. MILLER'S.
Nos. 11 and 13 Pearl St.
Is good on prcsntation for
$1.00 on each pair of pants
bought of the
Good for Thirty Days.
O ! ?
§ 4 < *
s | hrj
I ? >
I . # ?
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
SK Bkia fi'Sfe 't ' |
E. C.HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalog ao. No. BIO Pearl Street , Counoll Bluff J
EVERY Department at the BOSTON
STORE is Overflowing with ALL the
LATEST Novelties in Summer Goods of
Foreign and Domestic Manufacture.
SPECIAL SALE FOR THE COMING WEEK.
600 pleccs"No. 6 and 7 , all Silk Rib-
Iloiisatfio , poiyard. . U39 pieces No. 9
and 12 , all Silk Ribbons , full ranpo of
colors , lOc per yard. 0 and 12 Inch Bro
caded Sash Ribbons , all colors 29o and
'Mo per yard.
In addition to the above bar/rains / , wo
pluco on sale a full line of Modes , also
Satins and Picquot Edge Ribbons at
prices lower than can bo duplicated to
Positively none of the above poods
sold in pieces.
At 39c , a regular flOc CORSET. At
60c Dr. Warner's Celebrated Double
Whalebone Corset , worth 75c. At 50e
an elegant Summer Corset ; same poods
sold last season for $1. At 75o Dr. War
ner's Celebrated Sunrise , popularly sold
for $1. A complete line of all the cele
brated makers' goods always on hand.
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR SALE
At lOc , wo place oh sale for the com
ing \veok , 150 do/cn of the only puaran-
tced Fast Black Ilosoin America , at ICe
a pair , or money refunded.
At 12Jc , 119 do/.on of full regular
Ladies' Fancy Stripe and Balbriggau
Hose ; sold elsewhere at 16o.
.lust received a complete line of ' 'Tho
Celebrated Gordon Fust Black Hose , at
Hoc , ! Wc , 60c and 75o u pair , every nalr
warranted stainless ; bettor value never
In Children's Hoisory as usual our
stock is complete.
At 7c , ono case Jersey Ribbed Ladies'
Vests. At 16'c , three cases Ladies'
Shaped Swiss Lisle Vests ; bold else
where at 2.rC.
Three Nests for $1 ; worth COc each.
Ladles' Genuine Lisle Thread Vests ,
in Ecru , White , Pink and Bine. Wo
limit thu above to three to ouch custo
BOSTON STORE ,
FOTHERINGHAM , WHITELAW & GO , ,
Lenders and Promoters of LOW PRICES. The Only RELIABLE
and ONE PRICE Cash Dry Goods Store in Town.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
NEW CURIOSITY SHOP
B U T.T S Nos.l58cl8
PT-U i < 5 IPearl
TRANSFER CO ,
HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OP
BOOTS AND SHOES
Of the Into J. M. Phillips nt a
I am determined to give the public the benefit of my purchase. I quote the foUowlmi
BtUKT & MRAKS' Mon'H Flue Shoe * , gs , former nrict . .
1. .fVVK9lKWS Men's Himcl-Soivcil Sliocn , Js , firnior
I ) . C. ItlJHT'S JLudlcs' French Kid , turned , at 85 , former
price , 87.
E. C. IHJKT'S Cur Kid ut , foriiier price , 85 , und till other
goitdft ut niuiiufuetiirerd' ordcrx. Mail order * nroiuittlv ut-
I. FILES , 413 Broadway.
Council lllutrs , Jown.
HOTEL DE MANAWA
G. E. TAMISIEA , Prop.
. . .
> r > > .n"
Connected by mo
tors with Council
Bluffs and Omaha.
Rates $3 per day ,
special rates to par
ties and families.
Correspo n d c n c e
F. J. BBEZEE ,
taxidermist and Naturalist.
imauvntly located at No. U Norm Hlxtli St root , opposite post-
oillce. on mutorllne , Council Illiiirs , IOVMI.
Illrds and anlmala inountt.-d naturally and In the boit method of
tliourt. Waiianted to pr * ii\u for year * . 'rAcl n blrdK tmpjillnil
n short uo'tica. HlKhest prlcj pulrt for ovrln and hawks'of all kinds , 1'tisoin bending orders
enured of perfect natlsfaotlo n. nir dresalnt' a specialty , Wrlto for paitlcuhun.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
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