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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : , JTOTB 20 , 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFF1CK. NO 12 STIIIUJT.
Delivered by carrier In Any rnrt of he City a
TW only Cents Per Wcot. . . . ,
II. W. T1LTON. . . MANAOK1L
JlrMNEfR OrricK No. 43.
NIOHT KtilToit , No.SU.
N. y.Plumblnu Co.
C. U. Muslo Co. , 63S B'wny. '
Keller , tailor , 810 Broadway.
Evans' laundry , T24 Broadway.
D.V , Otis , city and form loan * .
Children's day at Chautntiqun. An unusu
ally rich programme Is to bo given ,
Temporary Injunctions have boon granted
against J. D. mid W. U. Johuson , restraining
inotn from selling liquor.
Building permits have boon Issued to J. U ,
Armstrong for "a Sl.'OO residence , and , II. I1.
Nilcs , for nl,000dwelling.
The old portion of Noumayer's hotel Is to
bo torn down and replaced with a handsome
brick structure , similar to the now portion.
The Fisk Jubllco Singers will not arrive In
tlmo to appear this morning nt the Chautau-
nun assembly. They will , however , give ono
of tholr grand concerts there this evening.
A farewell tea was given Mr. nnd Mrs.
William Woolworth , Monday evening , nt the
residence of Wallace MoFaddon , before they
left for homo , after a visit with relatives In
L. Wataon was brought In from Avoca
Monday night by Deputy Unltod States
Marshal Wyland , charged with violating the
Internal revenue law. Ho Is hold to the federal -
oral grand Jury.
Calanlho Assembly No. 1 , Pythian Sister
hood , will glvo a potiablo this evening nt the
residence of Mrs. C. A. Tlbbetts , on North
Seventh Blrccot. All knlghta nnd their
friends , also Woodmen nnd their wives nro
inritcd lo attend.
Special communication of Blurt City lodge ,
No. 71 , A. F. & A. M. . this evening , for work
in the first dcgrco. All Masons in good
standing are cordially Invited to bo present.
By order of the W. M.
Pythlnn day nt the Chautnuquii assembly
has been declared oft on account of the re
fusal of General Bccson to permit the uni
form rank to participate. Knights of Pythias
will plcnao tiilto note of this.
The trial of the harbors who violated the
Sundn. law was again continued yesterday ,
on nccount of the attorneys being engaged
in the higher courts. It Is the Intention of
the defendants' attorney to stave oil tbo
hearing lor some timo.
In Squlro Scluirz' court yesterday after
noon , "Buck" Hoberts was lined $5 nnd
costs for assault nnd battery. Koberts Is
ono of the fellows who , In company with a
drunken prostitute , created such a disturb
ance near the deaf nnd dumb Institute.
Callahan , the last of the trio , Is still at largo ,
though the woman is sorvmg out u sentence
at the city Jail.
The funeral of Charles H. Ward took place
yesterday afternoon from the residence , No.
IO Scott street. Uov. D. U. Franklin ofllei-
nled. Fidelity Council , Hoyul Arcanum , of
which the deceased was a member , nttonded
in n largo body , nnd accompanied the re
mains to their last resting place in Falrvlow
Rogers' band gave a very enjoyable con
cert in Baylias' park yesterday afternoon ,
which was listened to by several 'hundred
people. The band then crossed thu river to
Omaha , whcio they also gnva u concert , after
which they returned to the Chautauqua
grounds , where they will bo ono of the at
tractions during the remainder of the
Amelia , wife of William Duel ! , died nt
4 o'clock yesterday morning , nt her homo ,
No. 110 Vine street , ngcd sixtv-ono years.
The deceased had bcuii a resident of this
city for over twenty years , and was highly
respected by a largo circle of friends. She
had been ill for u number of years with n
complication of ilisc.ucs. The funeral will
tnlto place nt 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon ,
from the Saints' church on Pierce street.
The remains will bo interred m Fuirviow
Notes and mortgages bought iindsold ,
money loaned ; flro iusurunco. Robert
V. luncs , 80 Pearl st.
The Now Ogden is catching traveling
men at$2 pur day.
Council Bluffs Furniture company for
good goods nt low prices. 407 Broadway.
S. B. Wads worth & Co. loan monoy.
J. G. Tipton , roil"cstntoj 5U7 B'dway.
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan ofllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of All kinds ,
nnd all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
A Wayward Miss.
Lane White , of Sioux City , returned to his
homo yesterday morning from n sad mission
to this city. Ills daughter , n bright young
girl of sixteen years , loft her father's house
u few days ngo in company with a railroader
named George Winu , to whoso attentions her
father objected. She went with him to Des
Moincs , thence coming to this city , where
they stopped at a disreputable house on
Pierce street. Winu left the girl and went
to Omahu , promising to return Monday evening -
ing and marry her. Ho failed to come , but
her father arrived on the evening train , and
after a long search found her. She ngrocij
to return homo if her conduct was forgiven.
The desired forgivncss was extended , and
the father uud daughter departed yesterday
Winn has not showed up yet , and It is bc-
lloved that ho willfully deserted the girl
after accomplishing her ruin.
Steam und hot water heating , first-class
plumbing. Work in both cities. JOHN GIL-
SJKHT , Cm Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
IJavo our wagon call for your celled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Sulcndld bargains at Marcus' clothing
utoro before removal to now building.
C. B. Trunk Factory moved to Chapman's
old stand , Largest trunk factory m west.
J. P. Filbert and family Imvo gene to I.c-
Mars on a vacation trip.
II. II. Pollock nnd wife have returned
from n week's trip eastward. Mr. Polio oil
has applied himself BO closely to his desk as
to need u little rest , und it Is gratifying to
know that it has given him renewed vUur.
Miss Junot Stevenson , who has been at
tending the Uhautuuiiua , leaves to-day foi
her homo In Ansley , Nob.
Bodino roofing will last longer and
plya bettor Biitisfnctlon than any roofing
made ; will not crack , curl or split , and
nmuos a perfectly solid joint on the oiii
tir9 roof. Uirklnbino Engineering nnd
Cupply company , 115 Pearl street , Coun
cil DlulTs , la.
Bochtclo hotoi , central location , flrstchiss
The 1'iilluo Grist ,
Judge Aylcsworth's gi 1st was lighter than
usual yesterday morning. J. A. Montgom
ery , a fugitive from Justice in Moironc
county , being chnijjoi with assault , was ur <
rested and orduicd held to await the arrival
of oflicers from there.
John Mcnghcr hud his case for assault and
battery continued until this morning.
Charles Gorman , n loafer around the
Union Pnciflo freight yards , was nm in ,
clmnjethvlth stealing lunch fioin the Jlnnui
palls of the night crowa. Vlo SiulowsUI't
dinner pall had been stolen by snmu unfeeling
ing thief , and complaint wan lodged ug.ilnbl
Gorman , who hud been ucen hanging mount
the yards for several nights. It developed
thut.hu was not the culprit , and ho was ac
cordingly discharged. A dcscrlpton of the
real thief was furnished thu police , ami h (
will bo towed In If ho shows hluibclf In the
A vng and three drunks wcro numbcrcc
Huong the culprit * , uud contributed to tut
city's ' exchequer.
IN AND ABOUT THE BLUFFS ,
The Ohautauqua Continues to Fur-
uleh Rich Treats to Tontora.
MOTLEY CASES IN THE COURTS.
The Olailwlns Still Mlsslnc Another
liulldlne For the Mutes A
Ilminwny Alnld I'c-
At the Clmutniiaun around ) ) .
Yesterday was another enjoyable nnd
highly auccoEstul day ut the Cliautauqun
grounds. The nrogrammo of the day was
most interesting , and the nttcndnnco was
much larger than the weather warranted ,
plainly demonstrating the Interest felt In the
movement by these who attend. It Is
now apparent that a largo amount of money
must bo raised for n larger and more Inter
esting programme for next year , to keep
public interest growing. It will also bo nec
essary to expend n largo sum in beautifying
the giounds , nnd all citizens will at once sco
the need of promptly responding when called
upon to contribute.
AtfliiiO assembly morning prayers , led by
Hev. E. L. Elton.
At 8 n. m. liov. J. T. Docking conducted
the boys nnd girls class ut tent No. JJ. Uov.
J. C.V. . Coxo mot < ho llrst year's normal
class nt tent No. 2.
At t ) Uov. W. E. Tranter , with the inter
mediate boys and girls class , and Dean
Wright , with imsembly.blble study , made the
following hour most interesting. Then , nt
ID , the chorus class and tbo advanced class
In elocution , led by Prof , Cumnock , at tent
No , " , crowded that hour. All of the above
features will continue at the same hours
through the week. Prof , Cumnock Is nn
nblo elocutionist , in that he teaches by the
At U n. m. Mr. Peter von Flnklestoln , of
Jerusalem , Palestine , gave the lirst of n
series of illustrated lectures on his native
land , subject , "Tho Bedouins of Palestine. "
He has n huge supply of wood ornaments on
sale at the C. L. S. C. headquarters.
At 1:80 : Dean Wright's Greek class met m
the Greek room. Dr. Montgomery lectured
on "Tho Best of Life. "
Al 2:80 : the inimitable and only Frank
Board gave his llrst chalk talk. In the pres
ence of an * enthusiastic audience. Dean
Wright lectured at the "round tent" nt 4
p. in. before the ministers' Institute.
Atr > Prof. Cooper delivered his second lee-
tuio on ' 'Samuel jiVdams. "
The chorus class rehearsal was given at 7.
At8'OProf. : J. B. Do Mott lectured on
"Fiom the Ox Cart to the Vestibule Train. "
A goodly number of people carne in yester
day. Others , who expected to bo only tran
sient visitors , nro sending homo for their
baggage , finding the assembly too rich to lose.
The following Is the programme for to-day :
8:00 : n. m. .Junior boys' und drift'normal ,
Congregational tent , Uov. James T. Dock
ing ; llrst year's normal , tent No. 1 , Dr. J.
C. W. Coxe.
0:00 : n. m. Assembly Blblo study , taber
nacle , Dean Wright ; intermediate boys'
and girls' class , Congregational tsnt.
10.00 a. m. Chorus class" tabernacle , Prof.
C. C. Case ; ministers' class in elocution ,
tent No. 2 , Prof. Cumnock.
11:00 : a. m. Lecture. Mr. Peter M. Von
Finkicstoln , "City Ltfo In Jerusalem , "
with illustrations of manners and customs
by impersonations in elegant costumes.
1:80 p. m. Volco culture , tabernacle , Prof.
C. C. Case ; New Testament. Greek , Dean
2:03 : p. m. Lecture , Mr. Frank Beard , a
chalk talk with crayon sketches drawn in
the presence of the audience.
3:80 : p. m. Contort , the assembly chorus
end Uogers'band , under the direction of
Prof. C. C. Case.
1:00 : p. in Ministers' institute ; lecture , Uov.
James T. Docking , DCS Moincs , la. , "How
to reach and hold our young people. "
5:00 : p. m. C. L. S. C. lecture , Prof. C. H.
Cooper , "Andrew Jackson and his reign. "
7:00 : p. m. Concert , the famous Fisk Jubilee
singers , Nashville , Tenn. '
8:80. : p. m. Lecture , Prof. John DoMotto ,
"Tho witchery of a glance , or how n beam
of light tolls its story. "
Notice the loautiful linish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , ollleo cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Call on the Birkiuhino Engineering
and Supply compan'y , 115 Pearl street ,
Council Bluffs , la. , and examine the
Bodino roofing. It will pay you ; sam
ples sent on application.
Several raoro of the criminal cases that
wcro to have been ti led at this term of court
have been continued until next terra , which
convenes August 27. New cases , which
will have to bo tried this term , ara constantly
coming in , and for this reason cases where
the defendant is out on ball are continued , in
order that the term may not bo stretched out
too long and run Into the summer vacation.
The cases against Charles Sayles for sell
ing mortgaged property ; Hans Peters ,
George Fiorhauken ; Andrew | Loreuson ,
charged with receiving stolen property ; W.
II. Leonard , forgery , and Thomas Broolcs.
murder , nro among these already continued
until the next tcim.
The cases against Shields and Casey , for
assaulting James Connors , was still on trial
yesterday. The next case to bo called Is that
of State vs Shannon , who was also one of
the gang which assaulted Connors. J. J.
Shoa , csij. , has been prosecuting the case for
the past low days. County Attorney Organ
being occupied with the grand Jury.
A Mussy Houqcliold.
The notorious Gladwlns continue to bob
up serenely In court nt regular Intervals of
from twenty-lour to forty-eight hours ,
Tholr lust appearance was yesterday , when
n warrant was tiled In 'Squire ' llendricks'
court by Bertie Wilson , chaighig Mrs.
Amelia Gladwln with larceny. The defend
ant is ttio sister of the plaintiff , and is al
leged to have HtolCn thu property of the lat
ter that was loft in the house on Fourth
nvcnuo at the tlmo of the lattci's flight from
the wrath of the other woman. It will he
icmeiubcred that Mrs. Gladwiu charged her
husband with adultery and the sister with
lowdncss , but neither of the cases was pros
The sister alleges that Mrs. Glaawin re
fused to allow her to have possession of her
clothcv , but appropriated thorn to her own
use. The value of the pioporty alleged to
have been stolen Is placed ut $1050. The
case was called before 'Squire llendricks
about 2 o'clock. G. A. Holmes appeared for
thu ifiulntlff and Emniott Finloy fur the de
fense. The trial of the cuso attracted sev
eral spectators , who reveled In the disgust
ing testimony introduced. Glad win wut in
uUemlunco to looic after the Interests of hiu
Blbter-lii'luw and light the case against his
"When persons keep cool and use our
"Sun Dial" gas stoves. Four holes ,
ronslor und bakcovon. Costs 7 conta
nor hour when running full blast. Now
York Plumbing Co.
\Volhnun , jo wolor , moved toC38B'y ,
D. ' . C. C. Hnzon , dentist , Opera house
'In Tonoli tlio Infant Men ,
Tim school hoard hold a special meeting
last evening , for tlio puiposn of circling
teachers for the ensuing year. Contrary to
general expectation , there was no wrangling
whatever. Tlio mutter of making out u list
I mil been loft to the touchers' committee1 ,
Messrs. Hunter nnd Schocnticn ; , und this
list was promptly afllnneil In n very few
minutes after it wus. road. No charges wcro
made , and the whole nuiLbcr declared
elected. The following 1& the list for the
next next ;
Missus Barbara Aadorsou , Ada Ames-
worth , Carrlo Alexander , Klttlo nuscholl ,
Eftlo Bolatl , Janle Baldwin , Stella Baldwin ,
Ellfi Boyer , Ena Barstow , Maggie Brilton ,
Mnrla Boll , Sue Bndollot , Myrtle
Bonrdmnn , Kato Blaxslm , L.l7zto CronUor ,
Annlo Chamberlain , Myrllo Cnrrothcr * ,
Joslo Clnuson , Mnlo Chapman , Sadlo Canal ,
Hcttlo Davis , Mamio Dale. Mary Davenport ,
Mary Duncan , Cnrrlo GofT , Dora Grass ,
IwOii Graves , Iva Ilnttonhnusor , llouorta
Hnttcnlmuscr , Jcnnlo Howe , Nnnniollnrdln ,
Mlnnlo Hansun , Kato Holder , Efllo Moon ,
Cccolln Mulquoon , Mary Mlthon.Mnntn Man-
gum , Mary McMtltnn , Ktta McMahon ,
Clara Meyers , Ella Mclntosh , Anna Mlko-
sell. Jenlo Pile , Kato Payne , Vernlo Uoy-
nolds , Ernstmo Stcphan , Joslo Shea , Clara
Southwell , Qraco Swearlngen , May Sims ,
Sarah Shields , Bcsslo Snyder , Mary Finloy ,
Virginia White , Willie White. Kate
Wlckhnm , Willie Wlckhnm. Llcla
Young , Carrlo.urmuehlcn , Ida Xlpf ,
Mrs. I. F. Ware , Mrs. fizzle Gioason , Mr.
ti. B. Armstrong. Writing tcachor , Mrs. E.
A. Hlssor ; musio teacher , Mrs. M. J.
O'Neill. Substitutes Misses Katlo Morris ,
iluldn Luchow , Carrlo Hcun.
The high school corps was not elected last
ovcnlnir. The list above given has simply
been elected , nnd their positions have not
yet been assigned.
A Now Slut0
The contracts for furnishing the malarial
for the now Industrial hall at the Deaf and
Dumb Institute were lot yesterday after
noon. The now building will bo Mx-10 feet ,
nnd will eventually form the center of tlio
Industrial hall. The south wing , USxOO feet ,
Is already occupied , and a similar wing will
bo erected on the north of the now part some
lime In the future. The work this year will
bo done by the day. It is estimated that the
now nddlllnu will cost about $0OiX ) , and the
Increased facilities will bo suftlclcnt for
Bonn ) tlmo to come.
City steam laundry , 81 Main , tol. 14
Dnkntrx Militiamen In Cnnip.
YANinoK , Dak. , Juno -Special [ Tolo-
grain to Tin : Bcr. . ] Company D , Second
regiment Dakota National Guards from Elk
Point , arrived hern ut 0:80 : last night , and
tno members were the guests of company E
for the night. At 0:30 : this mornl.ig both
companies took the Northwestern for Water-
town whore they will go into camp. Both
companies are composed of good material
and made nn excellent appearance as they
marched to the depot. Company E has
been working bard and will make a desper
ate effort to return from Wntcrtown with
some of the trophies of war.
A Fatal Saloon Itnw.
LEAH CITY , Dak. , Juno 23. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun BKE.I Dennis McCarthy , n
carpenter of this place , now lies at the point
of death from the effects of two dangerous
wounds inflicted upon his person last even
ing by James Long , n hotel man of this city.
The two men became engaged in nn oncoun-
tor'whilo In a saloon , and the stabbing was
the result. The xvounds wore Inflicted by a
largo Jack-knife , Long being perfectly sober
ntthotimo ho committed the deed. Long
ban lied the country nnd oflicers are in pur
Homeopaths in Session.
MiN.vn UTILIS , Juno 25. At the opening
session of the American Institute nf Homeo
pathy at Luke Minnctouka this forenoon ,
about ono hundred and fifty delegates worn
present. The meeting was called to order
by President Talcott , of Middlrtown , N. Y.
Dr. J. E. Sawyer , of St. Paul , extended the
Institute welcome on behalf of the Minnesota
State Institute of Homeopathy.
VnnUton'H Seworniro System.
YANKTOX , Dale. , June 25. [ Special Tele
gram to Tin : Bee. ] The bonu of Mr. Sykes ,
conti actor for the Yankton sewerage system ,
has been llxcd at 8-30,000 , nnd ho will com
mence work nt once , some of the matciiial
having already arrived.
Sioux Commission nt Niobrnrn.
NioiiitAiu , Neb. , J.uno 25. [ Special Tele
gram to TiiixBr.n. ] The Sioux commission
ers stopped hero last night on their way to
the Santee agency. There they will moot with
Prevention nnil Cure.
The Greek professor Pares ! hns found
in the militant ! pulp of the cocanut a
specific for tapeworm.
Treat tired or inflamed eyes with a
bath of warm water live parts and witch
ha/ol ono part three times a day.
Olive oil saturated with camphor
makes an excellent application for in-
llanmtion swellings , also for rubbing
A strip of flannel or a napkin wrung
out of Hot water and applied around the
neck of a child that has croup will usual
ly bring relief in ton minutes.
For excc'-sivo perspiration of the feet
ono part of alum with two parts of alyc-
orino should bo rubbed on the foot at
night nnd a light , opan sosk worn. In
the morning the feet should bo washed
with tepid water.
A simple remedy for foot sprains is to
slide the fingers under the foot , and
having previously greased both thumbs
press them successively with increasing
force over the painful parts for about a
quarter of an hoi'r.This process should
bo repeated several times udtil the pa
tient is able to walk.
Nervousness from exhaustion is often
treated successfully by a diet consisting
largely of milk and oggs. Two quarts
of milk and several fresh raw eggs
daily have boon consumed. There is
to bo no cooking either. Plenty of
driving in the open air , if warm , walks
in the woods ai.d gentle exorcises are
to bo employed. Ales , beers , wines ,
iron and phosphorous are not needed.
The amount of protoplasm or living
matter in afrcbh uncooked egg is great
cooking kills it , and it bus to bo made
alive again by the processes of diges
Wherever gas from Bowers or the
emanations from a leaking drain , a
cesspool or a fouled well , make their
way into a houfaothe inmutcs are in
imminent danger of an outbreak of
typhoid fever , diphtheria , or other fob-
r'ilo ailment classed together under the
term of.ymotlc , " not to speak of
minor illness and depressed vitality ,
the connection of which with sewer gas
is now fully established. Sewer gas
enters a house most rapidly at night ,
when outer doors and windows are shut ,
and is then more potent in contamiat-
ing meal , tno milk , and the drinking
water , and in poisoning the inmates.
A well-known dentist once baid : "If
the lirst teeth are taken care of they
will last usually until the child has
gained stronjrth and material fora well-
developed second sot with the enamel
perfect. Then wo would hear less about
bad teeth and toothache. If the enamel
of tooth is imporfost the bono is exposed -
posed , and very soon decays. A childs !
tooth should bo brushed regularly from
the time he is twenty months old. . This
is none too young , and the second sot
will bo all the stronger. Even a very
small child will enjoy brushing his own
tenth 'f ghon a brush , and If the habit
is enjoined on him daily ho will clean
his tiny teeth as regularly us you do
No houbo should bo without its bottle
of nrnica. It in indispensable in cubes
of cuts , burns and bniiboss and in car-
ache it is apoverign cure. As soon us
any soreness is felt in the ear which
feeling almost always precedes the rog-
ultir "aoho" lot four or IIvo drops of
tincture of arnica bo poured in , and
then the orilluo filled with a Utlo cotton
to exclude the air. In u short time the
uncasincbs is forgotten. If the arnica is
not resorted to until there isachml pain
tlio cure iniiv not bo go speedy , but it la
jubt as certain. If one application does
not ollcct a cure It will bo necosbary to
repeat It , it may bo several times. It is
a biiro priivenllvo for gathering in the
en i1 , which iu the usual cause of eur-
Clubbed His Swpctlirnrt to Death.
RocncsTRR , N. Y. , Juno 25. A Union"
special gives an account of n murder which
took place near Oak Orchard , a small village
seven miles north ot Medina , last
evening , Eugene Emery , n farm hand
aged about lorty , Had boon paying
considerable attention tb Corn , the thirteen'
year-old daughter of John Grimes , a farmer
of that place. Tticv giH's parents forbade
Emery going with her , ana last evening ,
when her father and mother wore away ,
Emory entered the house and clubbed Cerate
to death , The murderer , escaped nnd was
not arrested until this rooming. Great ex
Of the Cure of Skttt Disease vltcn nl
other Methods Fall ,
5 yenro. covcrlnc face , liontl
mill entire body with \vhtto Hcnbs.
Skin retl , ( toy mill bleeding , llnlr
nil cone. Hpcnt liumlrmls nf Unl-
Ini-s. 1'ronouncoit Inournlilc.
Cured by Outloiirn Homed ten.
My dlsonBO ( psoriasis ) first broke out on my
loft chuck , spreading across my nose , anil
nlmopt covuriuff my f co. It run Into my eyes ,
anil the physician wns afraid I would loose my
oyoMght nltogcthor. It spread all over my
hcnit , nnd my hnlr all fell out. until 1 was en
tirely battMicndod ; It then liroko out on my
arms unil shoulders , until my arms \\oro juit
onoHoie. It covered my ontlro body , my face ,
head anil shoulders being the worst. 'J ho wlilto
BciiOs fell constantly from my head , shoulders
niul arms : tlio skin vrould thicken and bo red
nnd very Itchy , and would crack and bleed If
scratched. After spending many hundreds of
dollars , I was pronounced Incurable. 1 heard of
thuCUTicuitA UKMII : > IIH , anil after using two
bottles CirrtcmtA Ithsoi.vRNT , I could sco n
change ; anil after I had taken four bottlcn , I
was almost cured ; and when Iliad used HX bottles
tles or CimemiA IU-HOI.VIINT nnd ono box ol
CUTICUKA , and ono ciiku of CUTICUIIA. SOAP , f
\\as cured of the dreadful disease from which I
hail BiHTiroil for Hvo years , i thought tbo Uls-
CHSO would leave a very deep scar , but the CUTI-
cuut ItiiMKDiKs cured It without any scnra. 1
rnnuot express with a pen wnat I suffered bo-
foio Using the CtlTlcmiA UKMKUIK" . They
waved my llfo , ntut I foul It my duty tolrcccom-
mnnd thorn. My hair Is restored ns good us
over , and sols my eyesight. 1 know of a num
ber nfdlllorcnt persons \\lio have used the Cu
TCUHA UKMM > IE , and all liavo received great
boncllt from their usu.
usu.MUS. . HOSA KULIA' .
Kockwell City , Cnlhoun Co. , Iowa.
Ouro every species of agonizing , humourous
itching , bleeding , burning , scaly , blotchy nnd
pimply diseases of tlio Hkln. scnlu and blood-
\\lth loss of linir , from plmplos to scrofula , ex
cept possibly Ichthyosls.
Sold everywhere. 1'rlcc. CUTICUIIA , 60c ;
SOAV , 25c. ; KSKOI.VKNT. tl. Prepared by tlio
I'OTTEllDaUfl iVCllKMICAUCOUI'OItAMIO.N , llOS-
ton.tgSouil for "How to Cnro Skin llsn.isns , " 60
, 5U Illustrations , nnd 10J testimonials.
MI'LES , black-heads , chapped and oily skin
prevented by CUTICUIIA MEIHOATKII 8 ( > Ai > .
NO RHEUMATIZ ABOUT ME ,
JN ONKMiNUTnTiu : CtiTiruiiA AN
TI-PAIN I'nASTiut relieves Klionma
tlz. Sciatic , hip , khliiey , muscular
. and chest p ilus. The llrst and only
am-ltlllln ? , Strengthening l' l&stcr.
WANTED A Rood dining room girl at Homo
restaurant. iU7 Uromlwny. _
FOR HUNT A second story front room , wit
nlcovo : well furnished ; bath. Heforonces
exchanged. lUl'JOd ' nvo. . Council lllults.
WANTED Flvo men to solicit for tlio So-
curHr lUilhlln , ' Mill Lonn assojlatlon of
Minneapolis. Liberal compensation. Cull on
or nridres.t IM K. Wnrll. mnuuger , Ugdon lloubc.
Council lllttirs. i i
ANTED A llrst class cook at the Iowa In-
stltutloa for the education of the ilout unil
dumb. Apply In parsia or by letter to llonry
W. Hothert. Sujierintondent.
WANTED 500 nieces OK second-hanil carpet.
ale all good aoconil-nanil furniture. A.
J. Mundel. tioa. iUlnntl TO llroqilwuy. _
imOR KXCIIANan-BavoVal good farms to ox
Jj change for Council Illuirs lots. Johnston
& Van I'atteu , Everett block.
AHAItn obanca -asplonillil Investmunt ,
renulrlnp ; onewy rather than larso capital.
A fortune for the rlidit num. Half Interest In
the llnmt practical pitent ever Issued. Address -
dross tin tin & Walker , 4 1'ourl street , Council
TjToil KENT Store room. No. 18 Main St.
-U alter July 1. N. C. James , 10 Peirl st.
"OUAIj ESTATE Nought nnd sola and ex-
JLli change. ! . Spoclal attention Klrun to exam
ination ot titles. W. C. James , No. II ) Pearl st. .
SAM ! 7 room cottage , corner Tnlrd
avenue and 9th at. Easy terms. W. C.
James , 10 Penrist.
T710U HUNT Hasy terms two now five-room
-t ? houses , Kith avo. between Hlgn and Third
sts. Sell cheap if taken this rrcok. Inquire
owner. J. Plcltpy. 740 II. Way. _
"IT10H 8 VtiE Old establlsBcd Ronoral mer-
JL : chaudlso business. stocK , nxturos. wagons ,
etc. Qood room nnd low rent. Address , J.
Ulckey. 710 II. Way _
OH KENT Furnlsn r unf urnlshod large
ten-room house , bath room , gas , furnace.
etc. . at fil3 Willow ave. Enquire at premlsos.or
Q. II. Stlllmnn. llrown block. _
ITUtESH nillkcows for site or traita for fat
JJ cowa. Span's stock yards , Uupor IJroad-
way. Frank Swan ,
Eon KENT Largo double ollico over Frank
Levin's cigar store , OJIJro ail way. Inqulra
of Frank Luvm
WANTED Everybody In the city to remem
ber Mandol's bargain furniture store la
the place to buy your goods. 3 and Ifllroad -
THOU HUNT Three uufurnlsliod rooms bult
JL } able for light housekeeping. Ml 3rd avenue
Below wo ghc mimes of n few of the many
1'alrons of the
In Council ( Huffs aud vicinity. The character
of the luuous named , und the amount on-
trustBd bv each to thu protection of the com
pany. Indicates the contldenco enjoyed by It at
homo uhero Us numiior of doing business Is
be t known.
CU. Ulllln J 40,000
I.unoy Bros. & Co 37,000
Clmrfes llauflm Tfl.000
John llennett t',750
William O'llulleran V.70J
Charles Hhlolds 7,700
N. W.Nusn 7 , : 0
I. A. Miller o.OX ( )
( JeorgoA. Fry ,000
Henry Illaeman AcCo r.,0 )
15.1 . bhugart 4r.,000
ItnniAu Cuthollo Church 40 , X
HmnnnCathollo Churcli. Westphalia. . . . 40,0110
Carroll County Court House , . , 83,103
Abtntt & Coojier KI.OOO
Ht. TrancU Academy XO.OJO
Cr.iver. Stoelu is AiiBtln yo.OTU
T. M , O. Logan / ll.'lOO '
Deere , Wolfs & Co , 10'JUO
Oeorgo M. Williams ; * U.COO
8.1) . K'ohles ' . . . , H.OO )
O. U. Carpenter t. . . . 8,700
.MiXbonlu Temple i O.tUO
Motculf Ilros i t 0 ,
C. A. HooueA Co r.,000
8.K Keller . . . a.600
W nicK When our policy exceeds t2VXu.no
on property subject to destruction by a single
lire , the excess la re-luuurea in other companies.
J. M. PALMSB
IIABTIU : cupiqifsr LOT of
SUBURBS & INTERIOR PROPERTY
In the city , nilt edged opportnultlfs to imme
diate Investors undliomo Bcoitem ,
liO Pearl St. . Coiincll Illnirs.
OVKULnNniill & CIllJII N
Are thoroughly prepared to take earn of horses
and currKWH ot nil visitors to thu lake. Plenty
of siiodBuwlHtalls. and anlmulH and rarrlageo
wlllboiiafely cured for. Cnnrces roaaoaablo.
AcrommoduttiiK hostlurd un hand night anil
duv. When you drive to the Luke , don't forgot
"OLD 1 > AO. "
Insure In tlio U. S. Musonlo Ueiiovolent
Associntloii of Counell IlIuirK , In. , the
jcuiiKC.st , largest , clieaiii'st niul lit-st plan
of Miisonln Iiihiir.inco In the \\orld. that
coullues its laemberbLli ) to ltd fruk'niltjr. a
Artistic Decorations !
AT PETER G. MILLER'S. '
Nos. II and 13 Pearl St.
A BIG LOT OF YELLOW JERSEY
Cnblxi o niul
Other Vegetable Plants.
By J , R , McPHERSON , GROWER ,
Vegetables , Vegetable Plants ,
Fruits Etc ,
Tierce St. Council Itluirs.
Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Pro
tectors , Etc ,
C. I ! . .BU ! > D ,
No. 27 Main Street ,
Over JTuequciuiiiN Jotvclry8toro
The Most Modern Novolitla In
1 DON'T ' MT THE EARTH !
OH , NO !
But wo do want the people of Western
Iowa to know that the
GREAT BARGAIN SHOE STORE
NO. 100 AIA.1N ST. ,
Cor. First Avenue , earn the Itirpest
stock of BOOTS and SHOES in this
city. Tint wo always load in popular
prices. That persons wanting1 reliable
goods can save money by tradintr with
us. S. A. PI BUCK.
DH , McOANELQ & CD , ,
Hides , Tata , Pelts , Woolfi Furs ,
Highest m arket prices. Prompt returns. Nos
0 aud8v > 2 Main St. , Council llluns. Iowa
TUOS. OFFICCIt. W. n. M. Pass
OFFICER & PUSEr ,
Corner Main nnd Broadway ,
COUNCUj FFB , IOWA.
Dealers in foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections made uud Interest paid on tlmo da-
posits. _ _ _ _ _ _
HowLookoui Moths ADesmestes
It consists of MIOW white Hakes. A produc
tion from Coal Tar. pnHFUCn.V I1AIIM-
LK5S. 1'reo from oil , acid or any substance
that would harm the most dollcata fabric or
feather. It uvitpoiotos without luuvlnit any
lehlUno. HVclllH moths while camphor merely
drhcs them away.
K. J. KKt\fil'jt'it
Solo Agent , Council llluirs ,
A. A. fllAKT. Prop.
Honest Watches , Clocks , Jowalry and 81 Ivor
wuiu. All cleaning and repairing under pur
Boiml supervision ot the proprietor , btatloner y
Toilet articles and 1'orfumory. I'lno Watcha a
Time Locks and Chronometers a Hpsclalty ,
110 MAIN' ST. , Council lllitirs.
CENTRAL' LIVERY STABLE.
W. ti I ATT < KV ,
Elegnnt Rifs nt Itoiibonublo Rates ,
Noa. 19 mid 21 , North Muiu Street.
Council Dluffs , Iowa.
GAPT. HAYS' LIVERY.
12:10 : imovmvAV.
Centrally locatml livery and boarding fctablo
Heat accommodations In thu city. Special at-
tcntlon to tiuusleiit cuntom.
AV. A. IIA.XS , I'rop.
Tolppliono Suiblp , 77. lies. 8UO.
J. D , UOUUNUDOV. 15. L. SlIUOAIIT.
Pius. Vice Pro ti
CIMH. K. lUNKAN , C slijer.
CITIZEN'S STATE BANKer
or COUNCIL ui.urra.
Paid Up Capital . 1 1W -
Burpliis . ai , W.UJ.
Liabilities to Depositors. KJ mW.OO.
niHECTOUH-1. A. Miller. I' . O. ( llcuson , H. L.
Bhut'ort , H. H. Hart , J. 1) . IMmuniUon. Chan. It.
llanuau. 'IVausact ceanrJl bankliiK mislneM ,
LarKett capital and mirpliu of uny bank in
western Iowa. litt r it on time deju.ulu ,
66 tt . *
"o ' * * '
! tr 10 , It. 13 ,
7. 6. 5. 3. W
THE CHOICEST GROUND FOR RESIDENCE
IN TIIK WUSTllItX I > AKT OT Till : CI'B'V.
About fifteen minutes ride on the motor to Douglas Si. , Onmlm.
They lie on a level but elevated sirip of ground , about 300 yards from
the now motor line to Omaha.
They are less than ono and one-half miles from the Council Bluffs
Nearly twice as large aa most of the newly platted lots. Good uublio
schools near by.
The proposed Boulevard bounds it on the north.
ABSTRACT Printed abstract and Warranty Deed with each lot.
GRADE Examine these lots with reference to the grade before buying
a lot. The ordinary price of a lot is saved on grade iil-Mio , if you buy ono
of these lots.
TERMS To a good class of purchasers a limited number of lots will bo
sold for one-tenth down ; balance in monthly payments without interest.
J. J. Brown Building , 1110 Pearl St. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : IOWA.
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. .
BO OKS YOU OUGHT TO CONSULT
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted ftr
25 TO 300 LIGHTING ,
HORSE POWER. Mills and Elevators
Bpecincjitlotunml ontlmntcs furnHhcil for rompleto nlctm pliint . Ilojnlntloii , Diimlilllty KUunintooJ.
Ciin show Ic-Uors from usorn wlioro f not economy Is wjnii wllli Corll Non.iiiiileiiilnjr. .
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Bond for catalogue. No. 510 Pourl Rtrcot , Council Bluffs.
You Are invited and
While In the city do not fail'to
call on tlio
store and see the finest nnd best
Music Hnll oi ) the Mo. slope.
Come and tnke a loolc nt our
Inrge stock of Pianos and Organs
and nil kinds of musical instru
ments up stairs and down stairs.
103 Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS HOMEOPATHS.
Hydraulic mid Sanitary Kiitfinoor. Plans , Estimates
H SpoalflcntloiiB. SupcrviBion of TublioVorlf. . lirown
iJuildiiife' , Council UlulTs , Iowa. _
M l I p 7 Justice of the Peace. OIHco over American Express , NoTTT
Norv . Ilroadwity , Council HlulTtf , Iowa. _
CTHMLT P. QIR/IQ / AttornoyB-ut-Uiw. Practice in the State and Fed
O I UlNL Ot OIIVIO oral Courts. Rooms 7 und 8 SUuttart-Doiio 131ook ,
Council I3lulTs , Iowa.
U CTII I M A IVI Attornoy-iU-Lnw. Room I , Hocond Floor , Hrowu
, Mi O I ILLIYIAIl niook , llol'ourlSt. , Council HlulTH , la. Will
nrmitlcu in Ktato iiud Federal Gourts. _
RS , BELLI NGER" & BELLI N6ER--ffi ± ISvna Sua'oou9 <