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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEEIWIUDAY , OCTOBER 18 , 1889.
THE OMAHA BEE.
COUNOIlTBLUFFS
01W1UI2. NO. 1JI I'KAUIi STHUIST.
Delivered by cnrrlcr in nnv part of the City at
Twenty Cents p r Week.
IMV.TII/TON . MANAOKU
.s Omcr. No. 42.
NIOIIT KIHTOII. No. 21.
flll.NOK MnXT
N. Y. P. Co.
Glcnson coal.
Council Hluffs Lumber Co. , coal ,
13oston store , tlio leaders In dry Roods.
Carbon Conl Co. wholesale , retail , 101'earl.
* Unlty rullcl will moot In regular session
tins afternoon at a o'clock , with Mrs. Harris
on South First direct.
Frederick GustotTcrson , of Omalm , and
Mnjrglo Cochrnn , of Lincoln , wore married
yesterday by fc'cjulro Schurz.
The colored porters of the city will glvo n
ball next Thursday evening In the room
formerly occupied by the public library , ou
Pearl street.
Work tins boon commenced on the foun
dation for a no.v residence for Scnitoo A. TJ.
llcndrlulcs. at the corner of Fifteenth street
and Avunuo A. *
Attorney Uoulton has applied for n writ
of Injunction nualiist the llciuor establish
ments of I'hllli ) Morpon , John Crowo and
Gcorico Qorspnchor.
Four moro CHICS of dluhthcra | are roportrd
In the fitfully of Nols Swanson , No. 10111
Avenue F. Tlio patients range from four
months to seven ycnrs of nge.
The stockholders of the Dodpo Light
puams are requested to meet at the armory
this ovenitip nt 7:110 : o'clock sharp for the con
sideration of important business.
Mari-lngo licensee were issued yesterday
to William Nlclson and Katlo Nlolsan , of
CarBOii , and GeorgeW. . Lonuh and Alice A.
Orovcr , both of Uotiplas county.
Frank Wilson and J. Grady , the two men
nrrested for stealing seven pulrs of boy's
limits from the stoic of Mctc.ilf Hros. , had .1
hcnrinc before Siiuiro Schurz jvsterdav and
were sentenced to thirty diiys In ttio county
Jail.
Jail.A
A basket sociable , oyster supper and dnnco
will bo ulvon at the residence of K. M.
Girard , corner of Seventh nvcnuo nnd Nine
teenth street , to morrow evening , for the
benelltof lodno No.115 , I. O. G. T. , to which
all nro invited.
Mr. J. W. Hell has been promoted to the
position of local passenger uitont for the
Northwestern railroad company , Instead of
ticket agent , ns previously announced. Mr.
J. C. Mitchell will continue to Boll the paste
boards as heretofore.
Residents on Hldgo street are complaining
bitterly because Dr. Hougnton otdcred the
removal of a diphtheria patient to a vacant
IIOIIBO on that street. The physician states
that all quarantine regulations were care
fully observed , and that thcro wus no ex
posure to the residents of the locality.
Several nf the Journeymen baibors of this
city wno nro members of thn .Barbers' union
nro Interested in the prand ball to bo given
by the union at the Masonic tumnle , In
Omaha , ou tlio ovenlnp of November I ) . Ar
rangements have been made for a special
motor train to bring homo those who attend
from this city. It is expected that nbout
tlfty couples will RO from bore.
The state vs Mclnrosb nnd DunUle , for
forging certificates for bounty for wolf
scalus , was not completed in the district
court yesterday afternoon. The evidence
for the prosecution was submitted , when
court mlourncd. ] The defendants are in
dicted on llvo counts , but by agreement one
trial will decide all decide nil of them. Ttio
case will bo resumed this morning.
The Pullman restaurant , 534 Broadwuy.
IBixby has removed to Mcrrlam block.
Sheet music lOc , 5rtS Hroadway.
PnrHOiutl I'nrnjjraplm.
A. W. Johnson has gone on the road as a
traveler for the Wclr-Shuirart company.
11. II. Tllluii uinl fuintlj tuft j-cstordny for
& week's visit with relations in JunesviUe.
Wis.
Wis.Mrs
Mrs A. T. Elwoll and Mrs. Dr. A. P.
Hauchott are in Mt. Pleasant , where they
ore delegates to the P. 13. O. convention.
Henry CoiTccu , who has been traveling for
the Standard Manufacturing company , lias
aecurcd the position of manager of the branch
ofllco of the Peru Plow company.
Detectives Johnson nnd Hiloy , of the North
western railway company , are. in tlio city , be
ing called as witnesses for the state In the
cases against the parties who are under in
dictment lor robbing freight cars in the
Northwcstoiii ya > ds several months ago.
C. 13. steam dyu works , lOia Broadway.
LotUasmussen beautify your house in best
itylo and cheap. 1'J North Main.
Millinery opening at MI-B. Monteith's , .141
Broadway , next Friday and Saturday , IStu
and 1'Jtti. '
Jurors For p\t Trrnt.
The petit jury venire for the November
term has been drawn nnd is as follows :
Jerry Kelly , A , Lash , William Hapn , Forrest
Kinney , Hurt Sliceloy , L. Ar. Williams , G. C.
Cuso , D. 1C. Dodson. Im Schollcld , Fred
Sperling , M. M. Uaitlott , J. II. Ward , Will
iam Honor , A. A. Kichaidson , nil of Kane
township ; A. 11. Perkins , ICoc Crook ; David
Points , itockford ; it. E. Williams. Wash-
liiK.ton : S. W. Jacobson , Nonvalk ; II. Dow-
ling , Neoln ; Henry Maur , Yoik ; J. T. Har
ris , Ha/plDcll ; Hobert Miller , Washington ;
Isaac Wnllcor , Uocltfoiclj H M. Hough ,
Neolu. _
Call In and see the latest styles In pattern
hats and bonnets at Mrs. W. II. Montoith'a
opening next Friday and Saturday. UU
liroadway.
Steam and hot water boating , first-class
plumbing. Work done in both cities. John
Gilbert , cor. Pearl st. and Willow ave.
C. 13. P. Co. , Steplmn : & Hnruicr , 32 Pearl.
Friends In Nucil.
Miss Jtcrtlm Stevenson died yesterday of
diphtheria ut her homo on Oonton street.
She was living hero with n younger sister
and n brother , D , C. Stovcnson , who Is em
ployed as a clerk ut the "Q. " freight
ofllco. The sickness of the Rlstor had com
pletely exhausted the meaiiH of the family , so
that the sad outcome fouml them in very
*
Btrnitoncd circumstances. The employes of
the 1 > Q. " together with the company , on
being Informed of the situation , immediately
provided n handsome casket mid raised n
jiuiso for the stricken family , The company
also kindly furnished pusses over their line
to HilUuoro , O. , whither the bo-
ruavcd brother and sister stnrtot
lust evcnltig with the remains
U.'hoy took passage over No. 8. Tlio mother
of the deceased IH postmistress at Hillsboro ,
which position she. has hold for the pasi
twelve years. The deceased was u yount ,
lady of very lovable disposition , amiable nnt
kind hearted , nnd had greatly endeared her
self to many friends in this city during her
residence hurt ) . Much sympathy la lelt for
the bercavcii family , and It Is pleasing to
know that such nubstnntial evidences of
f ricndshlti were shown them In their sad nf-
lltutlou ,
Moschondorf'H popular moat market , finest
In the Twin Cities. itq'l Hroaaway.
Bwansou Muslo Co. , U35 Hroadway.
E. H. Shcafo & Co. give special attcnt on
to the collection of rents and care of property
in the city and vicinity. Charges moderate ,
Ofllco Uroadway and Mala streets ,
A Line Troltlni ; Meitint : ,
A trotting programme bus been prcpnrei
to Uko pluco ut Union driving park tomorrow
row afternoon at 3 o'clock , Thera will ba
two purses offered ono for a 3:30 : and thr
other for nininuta ! ) class. Each purse. It
tOO , divided as follows : $200 to llrst , gift.
to second and & 0 to third. The entries fo
thoUsilO trot are Charles Wilson , b. g. , Uilly
Mout ; J , H. Meyers , ch. B. , King Humbert
M. 13. Hurl , br. s. , Moninouth Abdul
luh ; P. Lacy , br , in. , Nolllo Cuffroy.
Entries for the 3-mluuto class are as fol
lows :
J , H. Meyers , b. R. . Milk Shakes M. E
Hurl , br. m. , Maud : Thomas McDennoU. K
K. . Jim lllaino ; Charles Wilson , b. t-i "It
Sioux ; 13. Ward , b. J , ' . , Trump.
Tills NEWS ABOUT THE BLUFS ,
"
*
Jud o Maoy RofiiBOS to Bajola the
Elootrlo Motor Company.
A REVENUE OFr-lOE WANTED HERE
Coal Oil fines In Its AVork
Dcntli of C. P. need A Hnllroail
Ulllolal Dcscrveilly Cnncd
General Notes.
Tlio Motor Iiiiiiictloii | I'.ofuscil.
Jinlgo Mncy reiulorcd a decision In the
Fifth n''cnuo Injunction case , In which It Is
ouRht lo enjoin the motor company from
running n line down that nvenuo. The court
icld Unit thn law touching steam railroads
vould not bo applicable In the case of an
electric motor line , whlcti would como nearer
ho class of n regular street railway , the
principal objections to tbo former being the
team , smoke nnd whistle , all of which were
vnnling in the latter caso. Ho decided that
the city had a right to grant a charter to tlio
street railway company , and that such a
ilmrtor was sufilclent for the building of the
Ino in controversy. For these reasons ho
. efusod to cranl iho Injunction asked for by
some of the property owners , and the com
pany relieved from their agreement to re-
rrufn pushing the work beyond n certain ,
iioitit , the case having boon decided li : their
It may hero bo stated that the objection
to the building of tbo line nil comes from'
iroporty owners within three or four blocks
> f 1'enrl street , who consider themselves
icnr enough to the motor line for their own
convenience , but farther down the street the
residents nro oven moro anxious to sucuro
the motor than lhc.su others aiotohavoit
ruled oil the street , ana were moving to
circulate a petition lo this end when Informed
of the decision oC the court. They argue
that they are entitled to Jusl ns much con
sideration as the rcstJents at the upper end
of Iho street , and nro , of course , greatly
ilcased with the court's decision of the mat-
: er.
After this case wns dispose 1 of by Judge
Muuy , the argument of si demurrer 10 un in
dictment tiled by Colonel D.iiloy in the case
of Stute vs Mclutosh nnd Dunklo , was heard
und overruled.
A motion for the continuance of the seduction -
duction case uRiilnst li A. ISunsoii was then
nrcuud by Kmmett Tlnley , and resisted by
Attorney Ow- This was taken under ad-
vlsomeut.
llo Knew A * licru to liny.
A prominent and wealthy citizen of Llttlo
Sioux , la. , eumo to the city yesterday nnd
purchased a bill of n little morn than $ " > UO
worth of carpets at the Council Bluffs Carpet
company's great establishment Among the
lot were two magnificent royal wiltous , of
ihe newest patterns with borders , nnd n
beautiful now pattern Moquotto. The goods
were sold ut the special sale that has boon
running nil the week , nnd the amount
the ucntlcman saved wns enough to
innko u handsome return for tlio tlmo and
oxpeuso of making the trip from Little
Sioux- . Equally Important is the fact that
lie wus suited , got just what ho wanted , and
hud u stock us largo ns found in any wholo-
sulo house to select from , 'iho carpet com-
liany guarantee a murcin to purchasers suf-
lielent to limply repay them for their time
and nil expenses if they como from any point
within 101) ) miles of Council LJluffa and buy
oven u small bill of goods.
o
KiokliiK For n Revenue Collector.
Several complaints have boon made lately
oy tlio cigar manufacturers of the city re
garding the trouble experienced by them in
Retting stamps from the revenue otllee. A
short time ago the oftlco of the deputy rev
enue collector was removed from this city to
Bedford. Before that time , however , the
same trouble was experienced , ns the stamps
were not kept hero , but the dealers were re
quired to await their arrival from Burling
ton. It is tirped that the stamps might just
as well bo kept hero , in which case none of
tins unnoyancc would result. Phillip Loeft'el
stated yesterday that ho forwarded S'J on the
! ! d lust. , but has not yet heard from it or 10-
coivcd his stamps , and in consequence is Je
hu ed in making a shipment.
Inquiry at several other factories levealed
the fact that nil had experienced the snmo
annoyance. Two or thrco reported they had
lost money forwarded In this way for stamps
and had never recovered it. The money was
traced on one occasion ns far ns the Burling
ton ofllce , but tlicro all trace was lost. Said
ono manufacturer :
" \Vo are jtibt us much entitled to have the
stamps hero as any city , and it wflrks u great
hardship and injustice to us. I have moro
than once lost a sale , being unable to get
stumps hero in time to ship xvhen the goods
were wanted. Not only this , but it is cost
ing us a grout deal moro to conduct our busi
ness. Wo have to make a monthly and
yearly report , and each time wo
have to pay 50 cents to a no
tary public to acknowledge them.
When wo hud a deputy collector bcio this
wns not the case , us ho had to do that , and
jt did net ant us anything. Wo had to wait
while lie sent the money to Burlington for
tlio stamps. ' 1 hero are moro saloon licenses ,
that is , government licenses , issued here
than in nearly all the other cltlea in the
atuto combined , und for this reason alone
there should bo a revenue ofllco hero. If
any dealer wants a special stump for a singla
sale , he must send to Burlington , DCS
Moincs or Ucdford , and wait three or lour
days befote ho receives it. 1 lost fl ) that I
sent r.t ono time to the collector's olllco for
stumps. A mini don't want to keep a big lot
of stumps on hand , nnd ho cm not help being
disappointed u'uless ho does this very thing. "
Said another manufacturer ; "They are
not using us right , nnd it irequently happens
that I llnd myself out of stumps just when it
makes > t very inconvenient. Several times
1 have gone to Omulra and borrowed some.
Of course I couldn't do ihls If the depart
ment know , as it is forbidden. It costs mo
! JO cents to go over and got them , und ns
much more w hen 1 return them. I pay for
them when I get them und then I got my
money baclc when I return them , but If Iho
party don't happen to have the money , that
adds ouothor Inconvenience , und so you too
wo don't have u very soft snap of It either
way. Wo ought to bo able to got the stamps
hero , and that Is what wo will have If theio
is any possibility of getting It. "
\Virn Mower Stand * .
The finest thing In the line of wire ( lower
stands that has ever boon turned out by the
manufacturer ot novelties nro on sulo nt
Shugert it Co's , , No. 11 Main street. They
aio of clcgunt designs mid will bo an orna
ment to any bay window or conservatory.
Ladles who love cheerful homes and desire
to give their plants und ( lowers proper euro
should examine these now designs. They
nro sold very cheaply.
Another Cnsoof Conl Oil Klnillinir.
Dr. J. II. Cleaver was called lust evening
to attend Mrs , J. Q. Anderson , wlfo of the
secretary of the Council Bluffs Insurance
company , who was badly burned other homo
No. 204 Frank street , while trying to build a
lire in the furnuco. The flro did not pro
grcss satisfactorily , and she used so mo oil to
help It along. Tholnflnmmablo fluid blazed ii |
so quickly that bho could not get out , of the
way , and her face and arms were severely
burned. Her Injuries , although painful , nro
not Bcrious , ninl she will undoubtedly ru-
cover in it few days. Mrs. Anderson was
very fortunate that the result Is no worse.
Fine dressed chickens. G. Mottaz , Tel. 173
Desirable dwellings for rent at mouorato
prices. 13. H. Hheafo & Co. . rental ugenta ,
Broadway and Main streets , up stairs.
Dentil of O. K. He oil.
Shortly before 7 o'clock last evening
Charles F. need , tbo janitor at the govern
moat buildlntr , and an old and respected cltl
zcn , foil dead of heart disease nt his homo on
Urahain avenue. Ho had finished his ueua
day's labor at the federal building but a
short tlmo previously , and returned homo in
his ordinary good health apparently , when
ho expired almost without warning. The
deceased has occupied several positions o
trust under the city government , and was fo
a whllo in the postal service at the transfer
Ho was for u long time the sewer inspccto
if Iho city , Dud but a few weeks wus up
pointed Inspector of paving on Pearl street ,
Wlioro ho superintended the relaying of the
paving torn un by the clectrio motor com-
iany. This position ho resigned to accept
.hat'whlch . ho was filling nt tfio tlmo of his
death , having entered upon his duties there
on t no 111 st of the presort month , when Mr.
1'roynor assumed the position of postmaster ,
i'liodcccascd had n wide circle of acquaintance
n this cltv nnd was highly esteemed ns a
nan of sterling business lualltics.
Ills son , Mr. Cory A. Heed , Is the assistant
cashier at the Union Pnclllo transfer. The
fnmlly of the deceased have ttio sympathy of
all in their bereavement. The time of tl.o
funeral la not yet fixed , but will bo nn-
lounccd Inter.
Get Fountain Cc cigar , next to Hlscmau's.
Finest market in city J.M. Soinlan' * .
J. O. Tlpton , real estate , G2T Uroadway.
Ho Deserved tlio Cnnlna.
Yesterday was the thirty-fifth birthday
anniversary of Major \V. M. Marshall , general -
oral agent of the "Q. " Before the day
msscd ho had many occasions to remember
t , nnd was continually mcathig with hearty
congratulations. The most Important event
occurred during the forenoon , when the
najor wns presented with n beautiful gold-
icadoiLcano , the offering of a special coterlo
ot his friends. It was handsomely en
graved xvith initials nnd date. Whllo It was
t beautiful token worthily bestowed , there
are thousands \\lio wish It may bo n half
century yet before It will nltord him any
other than a mental solace.
Dwelling for saio on easy payments. Also
building lots nt lowest market pricos. Call
and examine our list. E. H. Shcafo & Co.
Every lady who wauls the latest styles in
millinery should attend tlio opening nt Mrs.
W. 11. Montoith's Friday and Saturday , 18th
and 10th.
"Tho Famous" cash bargain house , 203 U'y
Money loaned nt L. 15. Craft's & Co. ' 3
'
loan ofll'co on furniture , pianos , horses ,
Rotia , personal property of all kinds ,
ami all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly conil-
( lential ,
Keinibllctm Knllles.
The republicans of Pottawattnmlo county
will bo addressed m the various townships
nnd by the speakers named , as follows :
lion. J. H. Heed nnd C. M. Harl , Washing
ton township , Friday , October IS , nt S p. m. ,
nt Annls school house ; Hoomei township ,
Thursday , October 31 , nt 8 p. m. , at Drake
school house.
Hon. H. K. Heed and W. I. Smith , Han-
coclr , Monday , October 31 , at 8 p. m. ; Oak
land , Tuesday , October 22 , ntS p. m. ; Mace
donia , October 23 , nt 8 p. m.
Hon. J. H. Hoed and N. M. Pusov , Hardln
township , Friday , October 25 , nt8 p. m. , ut
Quid ; school house.
Hon. W. F. Sapp and J. H. Booth , Neola ,
Mondav , Octooor 28 , at S p. m. ; Pleasant
township , Tuesday , October 21 , ! at Frum
school house at 8 p. m. ; Avocn , Wednesday ,
October ! iO , atSp. m. ; Walnut , Thursday ,
October 31 , 8 p. m.
A. S. Hurelton und C. G. Saunders.Garnor
township , Mondnv , October 31 , ut 8 p. m. ;
Pony Creek school house , m Lewis town
ship , October IS , ut 8 p. m.
Always on Tune.
If you wish tn puruhnsu a good und reliable
watch 25 per cent loss than club rates , and
on easy term * , then call ut once nnd make
your own selection nt C. B. Jucquerain &
Co. , 27 Main street.
Dcmpsoy & Butler , candy M'f'g. ' , 105 Main.
Western Lumber and Supply Co. , 13th and
14th streets and id ! nnd 3tl avenues , carry the
largest stock of lumber , piling pole.tios.llme ,
cement und building material in the west.
E. W. Kuymoud , manager.
JjIfr-Si/.cd Portraits Co.
The Bethany Baptist church und society
will bold a dima social this evening at the
lesidonce of S. S. Chapman , 710 Third street.
Kofrcshments will bo served and each one
may hnvo the pleasure of having his profile
likeness taken for the small sum of 5c. This
is cheaper than a motor ride to Omaha. The
public is cordially invited. '
SOUTH OMAHA NI3WS.
For lown Shipper * * .
Acting President Bubcoolc , of the Union
stockyards , bus issued the folio wing letter of
interest to all Iowa stock shippers :
UN'ION STOCK Yuins COMPANY , SOUTH
OMUM , Nob. , Oct. 15. Ucforring to my let
ter of August 20 , 'SO. I llnd Unit Chicago &
Northwestern No. 39 is not u very sutisfuc-
tory train to load live stock for In western
Iowa , and I hnvo arranged with Air. Hop
kins , superintendent Iowa division of that
rand , to luuidlo live stock on his fast train
No. 15 , that leaves JefTerson , la ,
at 11:20 : n. .m. , and arrives
at Council Bluffs nt 0:15 p. m.
1 trust that there will bo sufllclent stock on
this train ovcry night to justify the Union
Pacific railway in handling it promptly be
tween Council HlufTsand South Omaha.
Pleuso request i our shippers to load for
this train when it Is possible for them to
do so.
Jefferson is 120 miles cast of Council Bluffs.
Yours respectfully. W , N. Buicooic.
A FlicccMsl'ul Methodist Social.
The entertaining ladies of the Methodist
Episcopal congregation never did better nor
hud a moro successful social than that held
in the chinch Thursday evening , ns a wel-
oming reception to the new tiastor , the IJov.
Mr. David Mnrquotto , and hls'wife. The re
ception committee wns quite as success
ful In receiving and entertaining the guests
us wus the literary und musical programme
in pleasing nnd the refreshment committee-
in banqueting them. To add to the interest
of the occasion , the Hev. Mr. und Mrs. C. N.
Dawson , the Kov. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Young
nnd Misses Muttio Musson , Sarah J. Uow-
Innd , Mary Uogers and Lou Hogcrs and Mr.
J. P. Cuor and Muster 13olo Dawson , of
Omaha , were present.
of ICehckah
Alpha lodge , No. 41 , Daughters of Re-
beltali , will give n social and banquet In the
Masonic hall this evening , The following
committees have been appointed :
Reception Mesdames William S. Ander
son , II , Hovinun und John Wolwork. )
Coffee Mosduuios James C. Graham ,
James C. Cirlin und J , W. Cross.
Literary and Music Mesdames Claud L.
Talbot , D. W. Bayless and James C.
Graham.
Tickets Mosdumes J. T. Dean , John II ,
Johnson nnd Charles W. Glynn.
Cuko Mcsilumos Andrew H. Miller , David
Anderson and John J. Gorman.
The ladles will spread one of their accus
tomed inviting lunches. '
DiuiiiMterH iirotlon. ;
At the meeting of the King's Daughters nt
the residence of Mr. und Mrs. A. J. Coughey
Thursday afternoon the following olllcors
were elected : Piesldcnt , Mrs , William G.
Klouno ; ylco president , Mis. W. J. Jones ;
treasurer , Mrs. Louis Householder ; Becro-
tary , Mrs. A. J. Coughoy.
The next meeting will bo hold Thursday
afternoon , the -Stli , nt the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Claud L. Talbot , Twenty-fifth nnd
J streets , at which meeting the piesldeut
will apuolut the several committees.
"Will Meet tn Klgu ArtlclcH.
William Crawford , the champion sheep
butcher , accepts Walter S. Monnlo's chal
lenge for a sheep sluughteilng contest and
will meet Mr. Monnlo aud his backers at
THE HEK ofllco. No. 835 Twenty. fifth street ,
Nebraska Savings bank building , South
Omaha , next Saturday evening at 8 o'clock ,
to sign articles and post a forfeit for a match
for any sum.
Noto-i Aliout iho City.
A daughter has boon born to Mr , and Mrs ,
S. J. James ,
Born , a son to Mr. and Mrs. Nols Paul
son , Albright.
Frank Weber nnd J. D. Farrell have dis
solved partnership.
Isaac McCarthy , living near Savage's
Grossing , is very ill.
The daueo this evening at ttio Einunon
promises to bo a pleasant social affair. Only
members and thfllr lady frienas will bo ml-
milled.
Elmer Hlllickar If ! suffering with Inflam
matory rheumatism.
John Shnmblln , "who has been III with
rheumatic fever , Is bolter.
A llttlo nleco of Michael Kelly , ot Chicago ,
visiting here. Is III with croup , -
Frank J. ICornn will rotnovo to the Abra-
liame , buildlnir , No. ,242. ) N street.
Only 101 voters'have been registered In the
First ward aud 141) ) in the Second ward.
The daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. James
O'Brien , who has been very 111 , Is bettor.
PfltcrJohtisonlslllnt.hU homo , Twenty-
sceond near Q streets , with malarial fever.
Larry Noonnn U bettor and able to ro-
Mime work nt the Armour-Cudaby packing
house.
Tlio Kmeral Social club will hold a meetIng -
Ing In A. 0.11. hall , Kourloy's block , this
evening
.lames Cnllalmn , fireman of Union stock
yards engine No. 3 , is off for a three weeks'
tmirrlago vacation.
The Infant child of Mr. ' and Mrs. Fred
Kudrnnn was burled Thursday afternoon nt
Laurel Hill cemetery.
There will bo a nicotine of St Acnes
choir In the church Saturday evening. All
members are urged to attend ,
The Omaha Turnvercln will bo present nt
the Bohemian Turners'dance Saturdny even
ing , at National hall , and give an nthlctio
exhibition.
Contractor John W. Snlvcly has
finished his contract in putting the stock
yards sewer to the rlvor. Mr. Snlvoly wus
obliged to go through 400 feet ot quicksand.
William C. Llebcrknlcht , pressman nt the
Drovers' Journal ofllce , nnd Miss Mary Car
ter , of Omaha , were married at the residence
of the bride's parents , Omaha , Wednesday
evening.
Building Inspector J. J. Brecn , Justlco J.
Levy , nnd Judge G. Houthor nro candidates
for the democratic nomination , and 13. O.
Mayllcld and John Smith nro coudidatcs for
the republican nomination for justice of tbo
pcnco.
Members of South Omaha Lodge No. G3 , U.
O. T. B. , will go to Omaha on the 7:05
dummy train Friday morning to attend the
funeral of their late brother , Peter Houhuul ,
killed In tbo Gibson railroad wreck. Mr.
liculand was a member of the Supreme
lodge.
About I'conlo.
Mrs. Clarence Brenlzo is visiting friends
In Noligh.
J.V. . Woodward has returned from
Springfield.
Mrs. I'liomas Hoclc has gene to Dennlson ,
la. , to visit friends.
Contractor H. H. Stewart will return tote
to this city from Missouri.
J. W. Templcman , of Wutertown , S. D. , Is
the gi'cst of Dr. J. M. Glasgow.
Mrs. D. S. Curtis , who has boon visiting
her sou in Denver , lias returned homo.
Mrs. J. Leonard and Miss Maud Van Al-
stine , of Omaha , nro the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. V. Miller.
George H. Meutlero , of Lincoln , formerly
telegraph operator of the B. & M. freight
depot , is back in his old position for a tem
porary stay.
Very Unbecoming.
Lovely tints in tbo , wrong place are reft of
their charm. A lemon colored countenance
the peculiar endowment of oar pig-tailed
brethren who "hit the pipe" Is unbecoming.
It suggests bile going astray , nnd the infer
ence Is correct. Pain beneath the ribs and
shoulder blades , constipation , dyspepsia ,
furred tongue and sick headaches supplement
this Indication of the bilious. For liver
complaint and Its multifarious symptoms ,
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters Is an infallible
specific. It relaxes the bowels sufficiently ,
but without griping or violence. To the
scerctiou of bile it gives a duo imrmlse , but
banishes an excess of that saffron colored
principle from the blood. Sick headaches ,
sourness of the breath and lur upon the
tongue disappear when It is used. It renews
digestion , fortifies the system against
malaria , counteracts a rhomatic tendency ,
and remedies inaction of the kidneys.
LUNA AND LUNACY.
1l\o Influences ot'the Various Seasons
on Minds Diseased.
The old idea that Luna nnd lunacy
have an intimateTolation appears to bo
not wholly without foundation , sayd the
Pall Mall Ga/.ctto. This , at any rate ,
is demonstrated by the commissioners
in lunacy for Scotland : That tlio seasons
'
sons hsiv'o a distinct influence on asylum
statistics. The tables of admissions dur
ing tho.years 1S80-7 show that there are
two woli-marlvcd periods 0:10 in which
the number rises considerably iibovo
the average , and the other in which it
it Tails considerably below. The avcr-
ajro monthly number for the eight years
was 1,009. 'Durincr the thrco months of
May. Juno and July the number was 028
abo'vo what it would have buon if the
average number only had been admit
ted. On the other hand ,
during the months of Oc
tober , November , December1 and
January the number wasMl !
below what it would have boon if Iho
average number had been admitted.
The table shows further that this rise
and this fall are preceded by n gradual
rise and a gradual fall , the rise taking
place during February , March and
April , and the fall taking place during
July , August and September.
"The bpocial frequency , " the com
missioners say , "with which asylum
treatment is resorted to during the
period from the middle of April to the
middle of July corresponds with what
has been observed by asylum physi
cians that there is tv tendency to an
exacerbation of the mental disorder of
patients in asylums during the early
part of oummor ; nnd it is interesting
to notice also that the statistics of sui
cide in the general population show
that this occurs most frequently during
the same period. "
The greatest number of recoveries
talio place during Juno , July and Aug
ust , and thov are fewest during the
months of November , January and
February. The regularity in the riho
and fall of the numbers is twice inter
rupted. The rise is interrupted by a
fall in April , and the fall is interrupted
by ft rise in December. "It is consid
ered probable that tliofeo interruptions
are duo to some causes whicli recur
regularly at those puriods , because they
are well marked in character ; and it is
fauggostod that the December rise is oc
casioned , in part at least , by tlio an
nual statutory revision of the condition
of pationtB in asylums during that
mouth. This revision is made by med
ical olllcors of asylums with a view to
dotormiiio whether they can properly
give the cortilicnto of the necessity
for further detention in the asylum ,
which ia annually required to legalize
the continued residence of all patients
who have boon thrco years in an asy
lum. Tlio occurrence of tlio largo
number of recoveries during the months
of Juno , July add August is probably
duo to the largo number of admissions
during May , Juno nnd July , as moro
than-18 per cent of all Iho recoveries
which take place during the llrst year
of residence occur within thrco months
of the duto of admission. "
"What shall I do I" the maiden cried. "Ho
will bo bora to-night and my hands nro
chapped ; however I have a bottle of Sulva-
tlon Oil. "
Old remedies under now names ore being
constantly Introduced to the public , but Dr
Bull's Cough Syrup still maintains Its pre
eminence ,
MALACHITE.
A Magnificent Display From KusHlu
at the Paris lixpositlon.
Probably the richest and most beauti
ful exhibits from any foreign country at
tlio Paris exhibition nro from Russia ,
says the Youth's Companion. TJio dis
play of furs , bronyos , precious stones and
jewelry is indeed retriarkabio. Partic
ularly noteworthy ai-o the objects in Si-
borinn lapis lazuli , malachite , rhodonito
nnd jado. Tables , mantels , vases , clocks
nnd other articles nro mndo from tlicso
valuable stones.
The lapis lazuli is the most costly , but
its dull blue is less beautiful than the
malachite , with its brilliant groans ,
shading from almost black through
vivid grass-green to nearly white.
With those tints nature has wrought a
pattern in graceful whorls and scrolls ,
suggesting the ripples on a pool when
a pebble is dropped into it. The polish
taken by the stone Is oxqulsito.
Ono malachite vnso in this collection
is valued nt 6,200 francs. Tlio tables
and stands range in prlco from SOO to
6,000 francs. The tops of the tables nro
of malachite , oaoh being apparently n
single slab ; but a closer Inspection
reveals that they are of numerous small
pieces very nicely joined together ,
maintaining tlio beauty of a very intri
cate natural pattern ,
A fireplace nnd mantel , made of va
rious Siberian stones in combination , is
an especially notable feature of the dis > -
piny , The rich tints ot the stone are
brought out in strong relief , and the
work evinces great skill and tnsto on
the part of the artisans. The mantel is
malachite , whllo across the front and
eldos arc designs in differently colored ,
highly polished jnspor.
Bunches of fruit , done in stone , stand
out from the jnspar base ; raspber
ries in rhodonite ; cherries in crocido-
lito ; clusters of purple grttpns in ame
thyst , and green grapes in jade , all so
true to lifo that ouo's mouth almost
waters at the sight of these olllgics of
ripe juiciness. The price of the llro-
pluco is 10,000 francs.
An entire salon , done in malachite ,
must indeed bo a resplendent apart
ment. Such a room the gentleman in
charge of the exhibit described to us
in terms of much enthusiasm. It is in
the palace of a Russian nobleman ,
Count von Dorvis , nt St. Petersburg ,
The dimensions nro twenty-live foot in
length , the same in breadth , and thir
teen feet in hoight.
The iurnituro'uf the room iq ir.a lo of
the sntno green stono. aud the entire
cost is quoted at C0.003 roubles.
Rod Cross cough drops boats them all.
5 cents per box , sold ovcry where.
An Impudent Fox.
Edgar Sargent , of South Bridgton ,
Mo. , had n queer experience with a fox
the other day. Ho discovered a fox with
ono of liis lions near the house in broad
daylight. The fox was bv no moans
Beared by the ore'sonce of Mr. Sargent ,
who walked up to him , grabbed the hen ,
when Reynard refused to lot go his
hold. After kicking him several times ,
Mr. Sargent made him give up the hen ,
but still the fox declined to run , for
ho stood and barked Sargent out of
sight in great rage at his surrendering
of the spoils.
The Denver Lottery Co. want agents.
Tickets , 50 cents. Address A. C. Rosa
6 Co. , Denver , Colo.
Ilazlnt ; at Yale.
Three members ot the sophomore
class of Yale college were about to bo
expelled for ha/ing freshmen , when the
class came to their assihtftnco in a body
aud promised that if the sentence was
not executed they would refrain from
linking for the present. On these con
ditions the faculty agreed to suspend
punishment until the next oflonbo. The
strain on the students in the meantime ,
however , is something intense.
Complexion Powder is un absolute necessity
of the rclined toiletin thlsclimalc. Po/zoui's
combines every elementof beauty and puaity.
Insane Farmers.
The whole of the work on the Islip
farm , Long Island , is done by the 250
insane patients who live there. Manv
of them are excellent laborers , skillful
and steady , as Dr. MacDouald , who has
had otiarge of the work there during
the past summer , can testify. The farm ,
which was formerly poor land , is in a
fine state of cultivation , highly , nro-
ductivo and pleasant to bohold. It is
greatly admirera by the lovel-headod
farmers of Long Island who talco a look
at it.
Cough no moro , Red Cross cough
drops will cure your cold. 5 cents a box.
A I'roltilo French Fnmlly.
There is a family at Roscoff , in Franco ,
in which there are five generations now
living. The oldest member is a groat-
groat-grandmother of ninety-throe ,
and the youngest is a small descendant ,
ago ono month. They all wont to
church together the other day when the
newest was christened.
AIclioliol UrlnkiiiK in I'arta.
In PariH the dramshops have in
creased from 21,000 in 18SO , to 20,000 at
the present lime. The consumption of
alcohol has trebled in the lust thirty
years.
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
FOR SAUE AND RZNT.
* I710U SAM ! On easy terms , choice icsluenca
JL ? lot , liialmm nvo. , on motor Una.
Tor Sale nO acre fririt and vesotablo farm \'i
miles east of Cliautauqna grounds. A gieuc
bargain. Kusy terms. Only J.tj per atro.
I'or sale , or will trade for Omaha or Council
Illulls pioperty , 4PO ncri > s lmpro\ud land ; a tine
corn and Block farm 1 mile from station. Jm-
modlalo possenslon tfivon.
I'orSalo 57iicres peed fiult and faim land ,
well watered , U mile uortb of Chuuiamiuu
grounds. ,
for Balo-tl aeres oholcof-rovo lands on Grand
avcnuo. Only * .IK ) per aero.
1'or Sale lad nrres , Rood house , barn and out-
bulldlnus , 1.0 K ) f i ult trees , four miles from poxt-
odlce , only * l ) per aero , eay ternis ; also 111
acres adjoining , w ell improved , at tV ) an acre ,
one-third cash , balance on terniH to suit.
1'or bale-Lot 4 , block , Ilanscom Plnco ,
Omaha , on 10 yoais'tlmo at 7 per cent.
W. C. Btacy Iloom 4 , Onera Itlo.ck.
THAVK two oleuant house ? on fith avo. , ono
JLbiock from motor. J.srgo lots. Houses new ,
Hand 11 looms each ; modem Improvements.
J'or aile on pavraenw to suit nurchaj or . These
nro line liaiKiiln * , splendidly localod and cheapest -
est projierty In Council ItlulTii , J. H. Judd , iiml
ilroauway.
J FINK houses on Uncoln ave..8 roonin. mod-
Oern improvement all new , - lots MIX ! jt > each
nnd the other Wxir > M. This property is llnoly
located In the natural partt poitlon of Council
lllullH , a Woelcs from Omaha and Council HlulTi
motor , 0.11. Judd , WXJ Itro.idway.
. INSIIHANCi : at actual cost. Address
LI1T. K. Daughcrly , Canning St. , Council
11 lung. , .
In all parts of The city. N , C.
Phillip * , roomfl , Uverctt bloct.
' houses North 7th st.
fl WOihtoryroom on
JL ; iljlo < ks from postolllce. city water , only
I'J.IOJ each. Terms to suit. C. II. Judd. tWU
Ilroadway ,
ITlOlT ft IIlT'P-One house of four rooms und
JL' one ot two rooms , liniulie at 15 North ilnln.
you have any lots or other property that
IF you wish lo trade for a house and lot , call
onC. 11. Judd , mil Ilroadway ,
rUAVlfbouleTund lots in all parts of Ooun
ell Illuirs. from f JO J to J1.0 > i. that I can sell on
monthly paymonw , or any terms to suit pur
chasers , a his Is of particular ndvantago to
OmuhamerchauU , cleiks , mpchanlci , orpeoplo
whodoslroahomencarthe tniHiness center of
Omuha withoutbelhf'compelled topay exorbl
tant pilces. ( J. II. Judd , t ) Jlroadway , Council
Jllujlu.
"
J"I YOU buy o houne and lot of O. ( . Judd and
afterwards conclude lo move awayorinuny
other way not being desirous of keeping iho
property. 1 w ill tell U for you free of charge
and pioperty unsold I will rent snuio without
cost lo ownur ,
AITAIlltANTi'deeds given on all property
V > eoldbyO. II , Juda when there Is a fair
payment down.
Old In Central sun clioap. Kusy terms , N ,
I JC. Phillips , room 5 , Uverett block.
Coal ! CoalT
A , T. THATCHER , II. A. COX ,
Chicago , Ills. Western Sales Agent ,
OFFICE : 114 Mnln Street , Drown Building. Tolpphono 40.
Wo will soli to consumers direct , SHLF.GTlilJ ANTUHAC1TB COAL at lh
following reduced prices :
GRATE AND EGG - $8,25
RANGE AND NUT 8.5O
CHESTNUT 8.5O
- , s K'ul ' , ° 8 o' ' Soft Conl. Wvomlnp Lump $ ( * . .GO. Walnut Dloolt
M.-10 , Jackson $ T > , ( Jodttr $ rt.S13 , Cnnncl JO.fiO , lowu Nut M.fiO , Gas Ilonso Coke li.'o
per bushel , or $7.00 per ton.
TEHMS Cash with onion. All coal fresh mined , well screened ami promptly
delivered. ' ' J
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ,
H. BlRKINBlNE sS u oaniinr.v KiiKltiecr. I'ltins , t > ; sitinutca
J. .Supervision of Public Work. Urowu
nulldlng. Cotiell HlulVd , Iowa.
N P HI IR7T"i > Hco of the Peace. Ollleo over American Express , No. 41
i Ol/riUri . Broadway , Council mulls , Iowa.
Ri QIMR AUor ° .V8-lt ! 1W' ' Practice in the State and Fed-
( X OIIVIO oral Courts. Uooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Bono lllook ,
Council Hluffs , Iowa.
PI MnWTnnMFRV-SmKcou ami Honwputh. loom ( ! , Urown
J , IVIUI I uUIViLm building. 11/iIVarlSt. / Ollloo hours , 9 lo 12.
n. m. , 2 to G nnd 7 to 8 p. m.
It is a BEAT-ALL , because it never- breaks , splits , cracks or curls.
Uecauso it indestructible in the weather , and will undergo no change in
any climate.
Because it is moro durable than anv other roof maao. iron , tin , slate or wood.
Because id can bo quickly put \\ithout skilled labor and is cheaper than
shingles.
Because it has been proven by the severest trials and has never failed.
For further information apply to
BIBKINBINB ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY CO. ,
Boom SOO First National Bank Building , Omaha.
Council Bluffs office , 115 Pearl Street.
p CMKM unit that I own my own property.
JLIJ mill consistently ran mime terms to suit the
puflmser , who is not roqulroil to dent with mo
throned nn Avent. C , U. Jutld , CUG llroaiUray ,
Council II In II s.
s.oP.
oP. k CO. loan money. The most
llberRl terms ottered. 1UJ 1'carl st.
Br.TTKHtlian a savings buna. Huj * a house
nnd lot or C. II. .Induon monthly ] iu > mi > nts ,
ami by nnytiiK from J : to t" > moro a month than
rent In n few years you will own your home
fic-oof debt , \\lilcli fa bnnnil by that tlmo to bo
vouh moro than double what jou pny for It
now. C. 11. Juilcl. GOO Uroaitnuy. Council Illulfs.
FOK SAIjt , An old and \\cTl established
draij store , established in INK. Cnsli IP-
nulrpd , &I.&W , balance leal ustato. Address A
S , Hee. Council Illulls.
TTIO II KENT Nicely famished rooms , \\ell
JL1 heated , nlry. nil inimmlonci- ! ! J block from
electric motor line. ( Jood Vonrrtnoxt door , new
modern houses. No. 17 North Miullson st.
BAHRAIN lots In Utilillo'a sub. on ! ) th nvo ,
Ur.-ulliiK nil paid , ( lujaacli. N.C. 1'hllllps ,
room . " > , Kverett blorU.
GTS Th Teru-llUKBrs mid l.'iii eaoli. N. O. "
-J Phillips , loomo. Uvorett block.
OTS In Van Ilriint & IIlco's add * i.'V ) , nasy
torms. N. C. Phillips , rooms , It\eiott bir.
AHAHHAIN In West IJroadway propel ty. X. .
C. Phillips , room a , Everett block.
JOTS In Teriy addition. Monthly payments
N. 0. Phillips , room 5 , Evcrott block.
LANDS for sale or exchange. N. 0 . Phillip
room 5. Kretctt liloct.
TMl'ribVKD lai ms In Iowa nnd Kun as for
JLexchuneo for city propeily. N. C. J'hllllp * ,
room.'i. i\orcttblock- : .
LOTl on 4tavo. \ . and intb st. very ch cap
I Snaps. Itenson & blieplicid , l ) Mnln t.
LOTS on Hioadnay , anywbcro between Coun
cil Illinrs and Omnha. Ueuson & Slieplioul ,
U M iiin ht.
"IjiOK SAI.I3 or Iteut Garden land with houses ,
J ? by J. It. Itlco , Iffi Mnln st. , Council Ilium * .
A VKNUU A lots , corners. Rinat baieulns.
itonsou X Shepherd , U Main tit.
LOT on 4th avenue , Van lirunt .t HIci > 's hub ,
cheap , llcuson & Sliopheid , 'J ' Main st.
tXTANriJD A neat voiing girl to help In genT -
T oral house work. Mrs Jucob Sinn , J10
Plainer tt.
BUST corner on Ilroadway. opposite power
houso' Heiibou .V bnepheid U Mnn ( st.
I OTS on filen avo. , jzenulue snaps. Henson &
J Shepherd , U Main st.
TTlUKNISIIii : ) rooms foriont nt 117 rouitli-it.
FOlt HAM' At a bargain : Ono double saw
andbllcflr0110 ; veneer ma"hln < j wlthijoaUnij
complete , all new , suitable for basket i'nctoryl !
Inriulre at bnj der's Com. House , I" Poail st , ,
Council Itllilla.
Foil HUNT A four-roomhouijo In good con
dition , centrally located , cheap.i"mii" ' . * !
Waahlngtoii uve.
LOTS on Mnnnwa motor line , corners , 10
cash , balance (10 per month , lluu o &
Shepherd. Main ht.
l KAfj KSTATR HoiiKht and sold anil or-
-IV chaiiKod. Hpnrlat attention k'lvtm to exnni'
inntlon of lltlm. W. C. Jainoi. No. ID 1'earl t. \
FOIt SAI.U-Acre lots in Oichard place. Ihli
propeity is located In the Itlco nursery.
Boutn of the main part ot thn city. 1J ! inllei
from court houq. _ Uoo. Matcalf. Jli Pearl at.
HOnHl.'Sand lots ; Jioi cash. . ' ( cash. $ (0 (
cash , buhiuco u.isy. Hensoii A : Shepherd
0 Main.st ,
FOUSAIfU On easy terms , some of the best
arranged modern house-i mew ) In Council
HliiirH. All modern I mpio\omonts , nu
located. Call on B. 15. ilaxon , Miiiilnin blpflt.
WM. SIBDRNTOIT. Honl Kstato. Special
attention clveu to examination nnd cor
rection of title lo lands and lota ill city and
county. No. H. North Main nt. _
T OT.S in Mnllm's sub , JlOcash , balance 110 per
J-Jmonth. llenson & Shephcid , U Malu fit.
TriOIt BAMl l'-W aero form In Jasper county ,
X1 loun , loc.Ucil nnur ( oil ; mlilui time are in
oitoiittion , TJierolsa live foot vein ot coal
under tlio farm. OOP , Motralf , No. 10 1'oarl at.
Bl'SINI ! . S locations on Main and Hioadway
at great barnulna. ( Joo. Metcalf. No. 1U
Pearl st.
_
" \ . \ 7ANTIJHStock ot furniture. Ki'oct rlos or
\ > Imuluiiro in exchange for land and city
properly. Will piy bomo cash. Atldieas .
\V. \ lloiistonM : ) llroadttoy. _
FOUBAf.H improved and unimproved prop
t < rty m every pau of the cltv , Itaro oppor
tunltlu.s for investors who nuelc ; > ocmutloiu ;
HnlendlJ iippoituiiltlua for those who Uulro
homes , ( ieo. .Mctcalf. No , 10 Pearl st.
OH BAI.K W feet luke frontaijy located ba
tvreen 0 II. boat , house ami Manuna tjeach
Also u number of cliolco lots In KugutU pluca
Ut-o. Motculf , No , 10 Pearl at.
TIIOB. OFHCKII. W. II. SI. Pirsiv :
OFFICER & PUSEV.I .
BANKERS.
Corner Main and Ilroacnvny ,
COUNCIL HIjUIWH , IOWA.
Dealern in fnrelim and domestic < : xdianin
Collections made and interest paid on time do.
J. M. PALMER
its TUB ciioir.sr r.ot or
SUBURBAN & INTERIOR PROPERTY
latneclty , ( llltedjjod opnoitunltli'g to Immo-
Ulutu luvxstora uuu uouiu betlcem.
I'ri'pnro For Winter.
Ttio Peninsula heatint ; stoves are the best la
the market. Have huudlud them for live years.
I'.vcry cala Klvo" satisfaction , llefoieyou buy
ee them. The now lloyton furnaces lire con-
v noted upon the most apprn\ud Hclontillo
rlnnplcH , und nro the bo t mid most economl
al fiiinnce In the world. Tor sale only l > yV
.1 .liHiitcr\MisRor , ! W7 Hroadway. Couu.n I11H
neil Sloven H [ > < iir S.ilc.
Tliciols a suuKObtlon of coming cold days in
even tne Htiushtnu of the e ploasint autumn
ovenlnninnd the provident pur-ion will come
to ( lie conclusion that the lieu thing tn do to
Keep warm and save coal bills Is to buy tlio best
stove made. 1 liao Imuif'iir.itcd a nlovo Halo
duilim which WMRfo\e9 will bo cold. Including
n special Una of chutp cooks at tlio following
prhcs : One No. , fill ; onu No. 8 tilmmtul. It : ) .
draught i emulations , uud guaranteed
llrsl class baker * .
u My lendus will to the Garlund llnncompleto
tlio only fanltlcHS stoviunade. lleatlni ; sto\ea
fiomgjup to 3'U ) , uml will closu out a largo
stock ot Stewart stoves at t-osr ,
I nlso handle the .Monitor. Climax , Muson &
Davis , Charter Oak , r\colslor : , lllithdiiy , Acorn
and ( iiirlana ranges.
Knrnncc" . hot alrnml stomn , put In by the
only lecocuLscd skllli-d fiunaru inin in thucity.
_ P. C. Do Vol. 501 Ilioadw ay. _
Slow. Stoves , Stoves !
Tlio best J12 00 cook steve . $12.00
The boit Slj.tK ) cook stove . 150(1 (
The best nto\e oneattli . Si.O1 ]
The best It7.ro wood stove . . 7.5U
The beit HOD Oak coal Move . I'.UO '
Cheap utoves nt nil prli-cs.
Wo nro the solo and only agents for the cele
brated Itadlant llotiie heaters , lha ffounlno 1' .
P. btuwait beaters , the famous boft coal OalC
sloven. Kuninntccd to hold lire over nmlit. Wo
have the best stoves , the largest stock uf stove
nnd tno lowest prices oiibto\eb , and cxen out
cheapest wo ijimruntee. Don't tall lo ioe us.
On Ituulant Homes nnd Stewarts M u are cheaper
than any other westoui tlty from J to ? < " > ;
pleased to iiuoto prices to outbldo paitles , unit
dell\er stoves within fifty miles of the city.
Cole .t Cole , 41 Main St. , opposite Citizens'
bank , i
COAT * COAIj. COAI/ .
I propose to clvo consumers value for tliclr
money In Conl , and until further notice my
pilous mo-all rail Anthiaclto : ( irute und 1'W.
til ; No.I and Itnnco. $ IM ; I'hcstnut , fill" . Also
Host ( iiiiiU'K or Illinois and Imwi Sotiloal-
IMInburir. Illinois , lump , II. HO ; Mupli-word ,
lump. ll.VltCenteivIIlP , Iowa , lump. i"i.7ri ! Wal
nut Itlock lump , JJ.M ) : IliunlUon lump. } .l."j : ; ;
WnltcbiciiHt lump. S-'iW ) : Uhltobienst nut , M :
Pen. tJ 10 ; ateum. iJ ; Slai k. fl.W. Teinn i-ush
\\IthorderordflHeredC.o \ I ) . \ \ M W1M.CU ,
1)15 ) tkintli Main stieot. Telephone ! M.
0III , IJI.J'I'S'S
Omnibus , Carriage ani Transfer
WM. WELCH . Proprietor.
The I'lncst Itluo of Iandiiui , Coirhos nnd
Hacks In the City ,
fWl have anowjatln llnrd cnirln Kfor prlv
ntucnll. U Is iho most flogmil coach In tliu
city.
.Sjii'clul attention t'lvcn to commeiclnl men
and thcatilnil troupes. Ilctil facilities In Iho
city ioi handling tcuncry.
on K is : :
OODP.N HOUSE. 1115 SO , MAIN ST .
Telephone No. .13. Tokphono No. 83.
II A UN. Telephone No. SM > .
The only line ixiithoi l/e d lo nnt > cr call
tinned lu lo Am. Dial. Tel Co ,
No 27 Main St. , Over Jacouomln's
Jewelry Stor'
. wnrri.s :
Adapted to the pnlillo hchools , Tlio only
romnietii thliifforitrt kind In existence and in-
dlHiiciiBlbld In thoM-hool loom. N liool Itourds
dehlrliiK thomontpc'ifetlhilp for the leather
uie lmlt ; l lo examine tlilf.ililioii
Jl. A. U\IJ'lNOni { ,
General Aent. | ;
Incorporated Nov. 1 , 1H"0.
Houxhw est Corner Jlroadwuy und Main Stloet *
Ocpirrns N. P. Ioi1je ; , rresl.lcnt . ; John
IlpraxhPliu , Vlto President ; A.V. . Klckmuu
Cashier.
DtiiLOioiifl N. P Iod o. .1. Il reBlielin. ( Ieo.
Kfi-llno li. Btewurt , W , W , Wallace , 0 , M.
JJoilge.
I ) . J ! IIIIMU.SKSO.V , K.lt , filllUMIlT ,
Piea , Vkel'r * * .
ClUH. It. HANNAN , CftBliler.
CITIZENS' ' STATE DANK ,
Paid up Capital . $ isoooo.oo
Surplus . 3E5.OOO.OO
Llnhlllty to Doposltoro.333,000.00
DHILCTOIIR I. A. Miller , I' . 0. flloabon , U. Ji.
HlniKiut , K. It. Hurt , J. I ) . Kdimdson. Chun. II ,
lluiman , 'Irunsutt general bankliiK buflucno
l.uriJfMt cajiltul und tturplun ot any bank 111
.Norths eatvru Iowa. Interest on time dtyonltu