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(5 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAYjjSTOVEMBER 3 , 1880 TWENTY PAGER.
THE OMAHA BEE.
01W11H3. NO. la BT1112BT.
Ucllvcrtcl br rnrrler In nny ptirt of the City M
Twenty Cents per WccJf.
U.W.T1I.TON . MANAGKII
I HuoiNKPHOrncr. No. 42.
NimifKniTOii. No. 23.
N. Y , P. Co.
Council HlufTs Lumber Co. , cna1.
Ucst coal nnd wood at C. 13. Fuel Co.
Carbon Coal Co. wholesale , retail , 10 Pearl.
Fall sale bcfflns Monday. Boston store.
The pollco have been requested to look oal
for three Minnesota runaway boys , Milton
Merrill , James Mott and M. Jones.
The ilomocrnU of Knno township mot iln
convention at the city btilldlnR last evening ,
nml nominated C. Wesley for township con'
In the OWCR rape case the flno was 850 anO
costs. The line alone Is comparatively tri
fling , but the costs In the case amount tc
about ? 3)0. ( ) which swells the amount to c
very respectable fiiruro.
A flpcclnl train of Iltteen cars of fipplei
louilcd nt Glenwood , Hartlott , Hastings nm
Randolph , wcro sent east over the "Q" Fri
day evening bound for T.ocliport , N. Y.
Unity Guild sociable Tuesday avoning ,
November 5 , With Mrs. Henry Codcon , S'JI '
First street , assisted by Mrs. Fllchtcr , Mrs
Uudlo and Mrs. Lovln. All frlendi invited
There uro now about three humtrod nm
fifty members of the now tcmpornnco organ
IzaUon recently formed m this city , as an
oalRrowtli of the union tcmoor.uico meetings
boiiiR held In tlio various courchcs.
A purlor inuslcalolato bo civcu by Mrs
Nelllo H. SUulton , Miss Kato 1'usoy and Mr
Nat M. IJrichnm next Friday evening
November 8 , nt thu resilience of Mr. ami
Mrs. J. N. Hald win , which has boon Ulndlj
offered for tlio occasion.
The scries of Christian tcmpornnco meet
Inps for the week will cotnmoueo nt 3 p , m
to-day at the Presbyterian church , nnd wil
be addrcsRcd by John Dale. The Hireling !
unucr tlio. smiio uusplccs will bo held oact
evening during the week at the Baptist
Prcsbytcrlnn and Mclliodlst churches.
A literary society has been formed nmont
the members of iho Yountr Men's Chrl.itiat
Association with tlio following ofllcora
President. Ned EmpUlo ; vice-president , Fret
Graes ; secretary , Walter McNcal. Moot
incfl will bo helu and programmes rcndorci
Naturalization papers are In great demam
at the city clcrk'a olllco , and over one hun
dred foreigners have taxun nut oitlier ttion
llrst or last papers since the Inauguration o :
the campalRn. uud iho registration list Is
larger by fully three hundred iiame < than It
was lust year.
Citizens in oomo of the unparcd portion ;
of tlio city are raising a howl because the
street crossings are not raised fiufllclcntly ,
which results in tlio deposit of mud on them
from the unpavcd streets on oithcr side to a
depth of several inches , making thorn little
bolter than no crossing at all.
J. T. Bell , who owns several houses It
Plcrco addition , is not in any joking mood
over the manner in which some boys broki
off bin gates on hollowocn night. Ho pro
poses turning the loko by making an ex-
ninplo of tnc hoodlums. IIo has evidence
ugalnst nearly all of hcm , and will soon lie
ready to bring them all into court , miles ;
they make pence with him.
The Pullman restaurant , 534 Broadway.
Fall sale at the Boston Store , Council
131ufl > , this week.
E. H. Sheaf o & Co. give special attcnt on
to tbo collection of rents and care of property
in the city and vicinity. Charges moderate.
OQlco Broadway and Main streets.
Now Ogdnn , latest and best hotel h
western lowu. Special attention to commor
Fcrnonnt Paragraph : ] .
Mrs. Chase , of Weening Water , Nob. , and
Mrs. Young , of Dunwigo , Colo. , uro vlsltint
their friends , Squire and Mrs. E. U. Bar
F. H. Young , of Durango , Col. , arrived ic
the city ycsterdav from Washington , where
ho has been attending the Knights Tomplai
conclave , and is visiting with the family ol
Squire E. S. Burnett.
Ofllcer Ben Austin has returned from t
visit at his old homo in Virginia and witl :
friends in Pennsylvania. IIo has regained
considerable lost llesh , und reports ono ol
the most enjoyable times of his lifo. Ho wll !
resume bis duties on the police force in t
Chris Peterson , a yardman nt the transfer
is laid up nt his homo , corner of Eichteontl
avenue nnd Tostevln street , on account ol
injuries sustained by falling from the top o
a car and severely bruising his back.
Mrs. S" T. Suanirler nnd daughter , Mrs
Emma Meyer , are visiting with A. T. Flick
Ingcr , 821 Fourth avenue.
Born , yesterday morning , to Rev. and Mrs
T , J. Mackuy , u boy.
Boots , shoes , rubbers , Khiuclmns ,
Finest market m city J.M.
J. O. Tlpton. real estate , 527 Broadway.
Yesterday afternoon there was a quiet but
Joyous woddlng ut the rcsUonco of thi
bride's mother , Mrs. E. W. Crnndall , 40 !
South Madlcon street. Mr. John Van Fossei
was the happy inun , and tlio bride Mis :
, Carrie M. Clifford. Uov. T. J. Muckay per
formed the ceremony In the presence of tin
family and a few Intimate friends. Tin
novvly wedded ones took the afternoon trail
for St. Louis , their future homo. Mr. Vai
Fosscn nas for eight years been batrgugomai
on the Wabaali , and Is highly esteemed
The young lady , \vnom ho has now , was i
member of the class of 18S3 In-thohigl
chool of this city , and has many friend
whoso best wishes RO with' her.
Gigantic fall sale at the Boston Store
Council Bluffs , for ouo week only , commono
ing to-morrow , Monday. Uo on time am
stmru of the bargains.
A few maps of Cuss , QutherIo , Adalr
Harrison , Shelby und Pottawattumlocountle
for sulo by C. H. Allen , civil engineer , loou
f 230 Merrium block.
Throe dollar cabinets only $1.75. Schmidt's
220 Main ,
Cot Fountain Bctigr , next to Elseman'e
Btrcnta KrttllnBv AVholosnlc.
Several accidents to vehicles occurred I
various parts of the city yostordav , owlnf
to the Bottling of streets on wfilch nov
ewers had bcon laid , grading done , or an ;
work of excavation. Tlio rain had causoi
deep washouts at many of the stonn sewers
and in some localities the streets were In ai
almost impassible condition. The rnsul
was enough to convlnco the most nkoptlca
that paving-should not bo uono on street
on which sewers , gas or motor mains hav
recently been laiu , as the nettling U sure t
poll the paving , oven it it does not nucesal
tale Its being entirely reluld.
SWUUBOU Muftlo Co , , 1133 Broadway.
Sheet musio lOc , KI3 Broadway.
C. B. P. Co. , Stephan & Harraer , 33 Po.it
Moschendorf's popular mopt market , lines
In the Twin Cities. 33. ' . ) Brouuwtiy.
A young t'lrl to take care of a child I
wanted by Mrs. P , M. Pryor , ut 010 Bluff si
I i ! lit Wanted on Cloudy Nights.
Much complaint u Hoard regarding th
lighting of the street * according to th
Philadelphia lighting schedule , as it leave
the city in utter and absolute durknes
whenever the moon falls to perform its nl
lotted work on cloudy or rainy nights , who
moro than at any other time , artificial I
lumluattou is needed. On fcucu occasion
the situation it bad enough oa the pave
treetn , but m the unpaved portions of th
city It h ntmost Impossible for n pedestrian
to get around. Tim Mroet crossings nro
nnkto itcop with mud , nnd woo botltlo the
luckless wltrht who stops to ono sldo of the
narrow walk , ns ho la In Imminent danger
of being completely engulfed.
In some parts of the city Uio numerous
trees tend to Intensify the styglan darnnoss.
BO thnt thorn Is not the slightest possibility
of making nny progress except , on a fool-
Vour-wny-and-go-Blow basis. This Is mani
festly unsatisfactory , and It is not surprising
that citizens kick about it. As the city
enters upon another flvo years' contract on
the 14th of next month , It is a matter of
some coacorn whether or not the same un
satisfactory method Is to continue after that
time. The now contract 11 lot upon the
enmo lighting sclioJulo ai the present ono ,
which provides that during certain hours of
the night , when the moon Is nunr tbo "full , "
the towers need bn lighted. This would not
occasion any complaint , provided any nssur-
nnro could no clvcn that the moon would at
tend strictly to business on such occasions ,
hut that Is Just where the trouble llos , and It
frequently happens that when Luna is pro-
pcrlv fired up ami In good condition to Il
luminate , the clorkoflho weather slips In
nn Intervening canopy of heavy clouds , nnd
the expected light Is not forthcoming. It Is
with refercnco to Just such occasions that ar
rangements should bo made to have the
towers on extra tltno.
Inquiry reveals the fact that n urovlslnn
wai made for this , but it has not boon car
ried out as was Intended. Chairman Water
man , of the committee on fire department.
Kiisllcht nnd city property , was authorized
to order the towers lighted whenever ho
deemed It necessary , on nlchts who'i cloudy
weather obscured the moon. Shortly after
that arrangement wns made , the aldermen
called up the electric light station ouo oven-
inc bv telephone , and ordered the towcra
lighted. The electrician had not boon in
formed of the new arrangement , aud replied
thnt the schedule dlu not call for their being
lighted until after the moon wont down.
The nlUcrmen did not stop to explain the sit
uation , and luxvo never called for extra lights
since thnt time. Ever since then the lower
light machine has bcon kept In readiness ,
but never been run over time , except when
tlio electrician In charge has done so without
orders from the council. It frequently hap.
pens that the towcra are lighted an hour ot
two before tlm schedule lime on a dark nlulil
when the moon is exncctod to light the city
but fails to Uo no , and Hilt Is counterbalanced
by shutting thorn down that much o.trllor on
other occasions when there li u f.ilr light
without ttiem. This , however , is duo solol.y
to iho desire of the electrician to remedy the
defect Us much us possible ,
It is not to bo expected that the company
will run their machinery and light tlio tower"
for sovor.il hours each month for Iho good ol
humanity nnd the convenience of their lei
low citizens without any utharcamponsatton ,
nnd as there U an obvious necessity for run.
ning the oxtrn time , satisfactory arrange ,
incuts should bo made in regard to it. As
the machines nro now arrngcd at the electric
light station , the dynamos that run the towct
and 11 ! o'clock lights uiu bolted to thn same
engine , und thcro is nothing to prevent
having the tower light dynamo running until
midnight , whether the schedule calls for
light or not.
The llcht need not bo turned on unless Hi ;
demanded , and the charge may be made In
nn instant. The only cost to'tlio company
would bo the wear and tear on the dynamo ,
which would bo merely nominal , and tin
power reauired to run a dynamo "empty" is
very slight. The company would get iu aufll
clcnt extru tlitio during the month to more
than pay for the charge , which , bv t'rj ' way ,
is no more than the city has a right to de
mand , and the company is willing to grant.
As nearly us can bo ascertained , the nourcc
of the inconvenience and nnnoyunco of the
past few months In tnU respect have beci
duo to a misunderstanding und It is honed
that the partif > s in charge will sco that tin
city U not left m darkness in the future.
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co. ' ;
loan olli'ce on furniture , pianos , borsea ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
Dr. C. H. Bowers , 520 First avenue.
A Vgnoralilo Holic.
Mr. Horace Everett discovered a vener
able relic , while overhauling his ofllco the
other day , and brought it to TUB Bnii ofUcc
for inspection. It Is the bound ilia of thi
first issues of the Council Bluffs Daily Non
parcll , from the first issue , January 23 , 1803 ,
to September 3 of the same year. It was t
vfgoroualittle sheet , edited and published
every morning by Willliun W. Maynard. It
was a four-column folio. The four pages
wcro 10x13 inches in siin , and it was pub
lished in this form until March 80 , when i
was reduced to a three-column folio , wilt
pages 8x12 Inches. The heading was :
luminous , nrtistio affair , representing the
American eagle standing on a box In the ray :
of the rising sun , with his talons clutching c
bundle of arrows. Un the sldo and top o
tno box is the shield and other parapnernalU
of the national escutcheon. Tbo box rests
upou u tablet tha * . represents a printer's im
posing Btone , and the letters forming the
name of the paper uro standing upright ot
the atone on oithcr side of the box. Atten
tion IB culled to the heading and the arils
who made It in tin editorial paragraph , whlcl
sr.ys : "Our readers may consider the cut u
the head of the Nonpareil as a standing puffer
for William Ward , the architect , by whom ii
was designed nnd engraved. Mr. Ward do
Hires us to say that , although his facllltie
for engraving are limited having no ma
chlncry but a Jack-knife yet in the matter o
architecture ho acknowledges no rival 01
the slope. " Mr. Ward Is the venerabli
architect whoso last and best work In tin
city was the building 'of the Washlngtoi
avenue school two years ago.
A hiut to advertisers , of very suggestivi
Importance Is found in the abbreviate !
columns. The only advertisers were Dr. W
F. McClelland , who Is ( now a prospcrou
physician In Denver ; Ollicer & Pusoy , tin
well known bankers ; Hoes & Co. , wholesali
grocers ; tno "company" part of which iirn
isstlll represented by Samuel Haas ; K. P
Snow , dry goods and groceries , who Is still i
prosperous business man In the city ; H. C
Nuttt nnd N. P. Conant. All of those mei
are living , and uro prominent and prosper
ous.Tho railroad advertisements showed tha
the Burlington had been completed to Ot
tumwu uud the Rock Island to Marengc
The only means of reaching the outsid
world was to stage it to cither of thcsi
points. The telegraph had bcon complctui
to the city and the Nonpareil announce !
that it had contracted for nil the Associate !
Press dispatches , but the editorial announce
mcnt ono Friday morning that its edltoi
hoped to got out unnothcr Issue by the fol
lowing Tuesday It the telegraph line wns repaired
paired in time to got some news , indlcatci
that the service was not up to thi
present standard. The telegraph courio
bore some astounding news. Om
dispatch announces the death o
General Logan und another the killing o
General Sherman. Four days uftor the fal
of Donelson the snowed up electricity broln
loose long enough to carry the Intelligence t <
the Nonpareil readers.
The local columns were filled with plaint
of hard times and severe weather. Ono Hen
announces twelve weeks of continued dee ]
snow without u thaw , and a dispatch fron
Des Moines says two fcotof fresh snow hai
fallen thcro. Wheat was worth 40 cent" i
bushel nnd Hour $1.50 per sack , Corn , oat
nnd potatoes wcro quoted at 15 to 20 cent
per bushel , and ono dealer announced u upo
clal sale of calico at 25 cents a yard.
Western Lumber nnd Supply Co. , lath nm
14th streets and 2d and UJ uvonuos , carry tin
largest stock of lumber , piling polo.tios.llmo
cement and building material in the west
E. W. Kayruoud , manager.
Ledgers and Journals , special ruled , extri
fin > t class paper and well bound , by Moro
house & Co. , Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
Lot Rasinussen beautify your house ) la bos
tylo and cheap. 12 North Main.
Alwnyn on Tim- .
If you wish to purchase a good and rellabl
watch 23 per cent less than club rates , amen
on easy terms , then cull at once uud mak
your own selection at O. B. Jacouemlu < !
Co. , 87 Malu street.
C. B. Bteom dye works , 1013 Broadway.
See to-day's Nonpareil or yesterday's BEI
for tbo announcement of the gigautiafal
l sale at the-Boston Store , Council Bluffs ,
Blxby has removed to Mcrrlaui blocir.
Jlcnry Klnrinnn At Co.
For the purpose of making a grand nnlo
Monday nnd this week , nnd pushing business
to the uttermost poslblllty , have made
sweeping bargain deals , nt enormous re
ductions , In nil seasonable Roods. * Your
chnnco for bargains Is now. Bargains wo
buy ; bargains wo give.
These domestic bargains for Monday only :
1 case yard wide , froa from dressing ,
bleached muslin , nt Co n yard , regular 80
3 CASOS Canton flannel , bleached and un
bleached , nt 2 ! < c a yard , sold nt other places
for 8 and lOc.
Cheviot shirting , elegant pattci ns , at 4o n
yard , sold by BO called cheap John stores at
8 and 10 cents a yard.
Laurence L L and nwatara yard wide
brown sheeting ut 4 cents , xvant 0 > j and 7
cents In olnur stores.
1 case good prints nt 3 cents n yard.
At 4 cents n cases standard dross and
apron ginghams , want 8 and lOo.
20 oales cotton batting 10o A roll , sold
generally for 15e ,
Actual bargains in blankets nnd comforts ,
over 2,000 pairs to bo included la this
slaughter sale for thlswcoK. Full sized groy ,
brown , white and red blankets , nt f > 0c , GUo ,
Too , OOc , Jl.OJ , $1.23 , $1.50 $3.00 nnd W.OO a
p.ilr , finer nnd better goods than double the
raonoy buys elsewhere.
Comfort ers n lltilo flyer for glory's sake
this week only. 150 cases and bales to bo
placed nnd sold ut 50c , OOc. 73c , 8io , $1 , $1.25 ,
? 1.50 and upwards , to my finest older down ,
satin llnod comforters mado. These pncas
speak for themselves , und the public cnu
mat assured that they will find Just what wo
advertise on our counters.
lto.il llrst class bargains in dress goods :
2 eases Slellla cloths nt lOo a yard.
2 eases , ' ! 3 inch tricot mixtures dress goods
nt 15u a yard , xvortti : r > c ,
2 cases 5 i Inch tricot dross flannels at 253
u yard , woith 5Uc.
40 pieces 5-lncli ( ladles cloth , all shades , at
OOc a yard ; worth 8."c.
2 Giscs one hiilf wool honrlotta , 40 inches
wide , all shades , nt 15j n yard.
1 case 10-Inch English plaids , at 15s a y.ird ;
Examine nnd price our fancy Imported
combination novelty suits. Prices greatly
reduced , especially for this week's salo.
Cloth buttons furnished free with all dresses
sold this week. Wo have our own muctiinos
and maku nil slzo buttons in our house on
short notice ,
swcEi'isa luno.u.vs is LIAXNCM.
1 rasa IJJ-lncli white .shaker llunncl ut So n
yards , worth 15e.
1 case 45 Inch fancy skirting flannel at 23o
a yard , sold clsowheru for 40c.
2 cases Calliornlu scarlet twilled llromen's
fliinnol at 23o a yard , worth 33c.
1 case gray plaid shirting flannel , extra
heavy uud wide , nt20u per yard , worth 33c.
40 pieces Imported Gormau Angora tlannol
at tt5c a yard , worth uOc.
1 case 54-Inch , strlpu and plaid , French
flannels , extra heavy and. suitable for skirts
and house wrappers , at 50c a yard , worth
Famous underwear bargains.
Bargain No. 1 Examine our 20o under-
vests uud p.mts and you will Und thorn to "bo
n regular 40o quality.
Bargain No. 2 Our 50o ladies' vest and
pants in whlto Merino uud camel's hair , uro
worth 31 each of anybody's money.
Children's underwear , all kinds , from lOc
Our underwear department in all is tlio
most complete to bo fnund anywhere from
the cheapest to the finest silks , and parties
wishing to lay in a supply of
these goods for the winter bhould not
fail to look through our stock before pur
The biggest hosiery bargains over offered
will bo on sale this week. Wo closed out an
importer's stock of cashniero und woolen
hose for ladles' , misses' and children's wear
whlah will bo closed out regardless of value.
We dare the keenest- competition on our
hosiery stock , especially during this
slaughter sulo , whore you can llnd ladies'
hoso. fur 5c , 7c , lOc , 15c , 252 , 38c , SOc and
upwards which cunnot bo duplicated for one-
Special attor.lion is called to our all wool ,
fast black easliuiero hose at S5c o pair , and
our misses' cashmere hose m fast black and
colors ut same prices , These numbers can
not bo duplicated for double the prico.
Did you ever hear of rubber goods sold for
nothing } Such will bo the case to-morrow.
Men's rubber nctics will go for 85c , ladies'
rubber gossamers at a9o , misses' and chil
dren's rubber gossamers 29c , men's and boy's
rubber coats at 3'Jc. Quantities limited to
ono pair stioos and ono rubber coat to each
Cloaks and suits 2d floor Bargains.
Wo have marked down our extra stock of
misses' and children's suits , made from the
best qualities of silks , velvets and plush
trimmed , made up in the latest styles , for
uges 0 , 8 , 10 , 12 , 14 and 10 years , Just one-half
prico. Bring your daughters and fit them
up with these line roady-mado garments for
less than you can buy the material. Misses'
and children's cloaks at from 50o each up
Special for Monday and next week : 150
misses' cloaks , ago * 0 , Sand 10 years , at $3 50
each , reaucod from $7 , 5 $ and 810. Mmt bo
sold this wook. Wo bought them from a
New York traveler ( his samples ) at half
price , und propose to give our customers the
bencllt of our bargain purchase.
Learn our prices nnd BOO if they can bo
duplicated by competitors , with a hand full
uf cloaks , who cull theirs a clean dedurtmcnt.
Wo offer this week Irdlos black worsted nnd
beaver Newmarkets , nil sizes , trimmed nnd
made in the latest styles , ut § 1,75 , § 3.60 , $ l.5'J )
S4 , W , SC , $7.75 , § 10 , and -upwards.
Plush jackets and Modjoakus , $10 , § 12 50 ,
815 , 518 , $30 , nnd up wards , all elegantly nude
Plush sacques , 40 Inch plush acquo , made
with best Walker plushos , and lined with
quilted satin , chamois skin pockets , seal
loops , ut $15 each. Other houses ask $23 for
same goods. Our $33 seal p lush sacquos uro
42 and 44 Inchea long , nindo of the seal plush
of Lister's make , which ure considered tha
best London dyed plushes Imported 'from
Our cloak department Is acknowledged to
bo the finest and largest In the northwest.
Ladles from Omaha and surrounding cities
wonder at it. Everybody who buys cloaks
from us goes uwuv pleased and sends friends
and acquaintances. Why I Because every
garment is warranted to civo satisfaction , or
the money Is cheerfully refunded.
Besides , wo buy only the best manufactur
er's goods , mid alterations necessary to make
garments lit perfectly are made in the house
by a gentleman export litter.
Wo want to Impress upon your minds that
tbo goods wo nroofferlng at thlssalo are llrst
class In every respect.
'Iho present week will bo nn exception In
special sales in our house , ns wo uro positive
that no suco great bargains have ever been
shown In any other house in tha west.
Mall ardors will receive careful and prompt
attention. Call and see us.
IlBN'lir ElflEMlJ ? & CO. ,
Broadway otjd Pearl streets.
Council Bluffs , la.
The rape case of State vs Omog was sub
mitted to the Jury yesterday ( n the district
court , nnd after a very short dohbsratiou a
verdict of simple assault was returned. The
court inflicted a flno of $30. Tills was the
last case of the term , and yesterday after
noon Judge Maoy loft for his homo 'at Har-
Ian. Judge Carson has completed Ins term
at Atlantic , and will opan tha November
term here Tuesday morning , while Judge
Maoy will go to Clurlnda.
Desirable dwellings for runt at mouorate
prices. E. H. Bhoafo & Co. , rental agents ,
Broadway and Main streets , up stairs.
"The Famous" cash bargain house , 200 B'y
Fine dressed chickens. G , Mottaz , Tel. 173.
Tlio Local 1'nllllultuii.
The local political campaign has been a
very quiet one , outwardly , and there is Httlo
effervescence oven now , whoa t'io decisive
day U AO near. Ono remarkable feature has
been tbo absence of any inud-throwlnp.
Early in the canvass Dr. F. S. Thomas , the
republican candidate for the legislature ,
urged that nothing bo said derogatory to the
character of either of the democratic nomi
nees. Ho emphatically declared that bo
would rather bo defeated than to have mean
things eald , oven if they were truthful , about
his political opponents. Ho wanted a clean
campaign BO far us he was concerned. Dr ,
Thomas' keen sense of honor and his man
liness have made blin many friends la this
campaign , although ho had no lack of them
before. IIo has In nil the years nf hla resi
dence In this county BO conducted himself
that the prospects are excellent of his secur
ing the title of which ho Is BO worthy
An In the IcglMatlva contest , BO with the
other patrons of the local ticket. There has
been a good deal of carnnst work , but it has
been ratbcr a still bunt for votes. Great In
terest centers In the shrievalty. Both cnn *
didatcs are strong , but it Is by no means cer
tain that the usual democratic majority will
save the present Incumbent this tltno.
To-day the politicians will devote moro
time to cornered whisperings than to open
devotion. Sunday Just before election Is
considered the bost'lf not the last chance for
fixing the pins suro. To-day will probably
bo no oxcoptlon to the rule ,
Dwelling for sale on easy payments. Also
building lots at lowest market prices. Call
and examine our list. B. II. Shcafo & Co.
- * -
- In the Mooinl Whirl.
The past week has bcon a lively ono In
Council Bluffs social circles , nnd pleasure's
devotees have bcon kept busy. On Tuesday
evening the Royal Arcanum pave the first of
Its series of parties for 1880-00 , nnd it wns up
to the high standard of Us predecessor. ) .
These parties have become the synonym for
pleasure unalloyed , and tlio liveliest interest
Is taken In them. The Initial ball this sea
son was most auspicious and augurs wall for
the rest of the series.
There were over two hundred guests pres
ent. Dancing was the order of the uvanlng *
An elegant spread was by no means ono of
the least attractive features. The next imrty
will be given on the 14lh lust
A very pleasant little affair was tlio card
party given by .Miss Anna Patterson , Thurs
day evening , at her homo on Fourth nvoiuto.
About n dozen of the intimate friends of the
hostess were present. Choiro refreshments
A very delightful party was given Thurs
day evening nt the elegant resilience of Mrs.
I. M. Troynor , on Firu nvonue.
It wns a "ghost party" ut which the mem
bers of the P. E. O. were sumptuously en-
tortnlnod. It WIM quite na event , and was
but another iimmico of how fortunate mem
bers of this mystlo organization are unduly
The Married Ladles Progressive High Five
club was most pleasantly entertained by Mrs.
.ludgo W. C. James , on Third avenue , Thurs
day evening. A number of most delightful
evening arc anticipated by this club during
the coming season , and If Thursday night's
entertainment is any criterion by which to
Judge , they will not bo disappointed.
Tlio Trinity Mothodiit ehurcli social , at
the residence cf the pastor , Uov. L. Alexan
der , on Eighth street , was another attrac
tion Thursday evening. Although thcro
wcro several other attractions , thcro were
quite a uuinUkr prcaout aud a very enjoyable
A largo number of friends wore delight
fully entertained at the homo of Mrs. P. O.
Mlkosell , No. 230J Avenue C , on the occasion
of the hostess" forty-ninth birthday , on
Thursday evening. The enjoyment of the
largo number oi guests WAS most assidu
ously looked after , nnd the ovonln.j was
Grav's Perjury Cnso.
The case of Sta.tp.ys David Gray , charged
with perjury in falsely swoarmg to the in
formation charging Jacob Sims with being
the owner of certain property on Lower
Broadway , leased for * saloon purposes , was
called in Squlro UarueU's court yesterday ,
but the defense took u change of vcnuo to
Squire Schurz's court. The case wns tried
during the afternoon. G. F. Boullon , Gray's
attorney , who bos been so mercilessly
"horsed" by tlio' ' cntlro bar nud sat down
upon by the courts since ho has boon pre
tending to get aalooti. injunctions , had evi
dently begun to tbialt that something wns
out of gear with his , abilities as an attorney ,
nnd had secured "tho services of Colonel
Sapp to help him 'through the case. The
doughty coloncl-apparently felt ashamed of
the company ho was in , but soon forgot
about it ns the case Warmed up nud ho tried
for all there was In Jt. Several witnesses
were examined , showing that the history of
the case was as previously published. All
of the evidence in tbo case was submitted ,
und court then adjourned. The arguments
will bo submitted to-morrow. G. .F , Mc-
C-be is conducting the prosecution.
Tlio Galls of the Churches.
Trinity Methodist Church , South Main
street , opposite Eighth avenue. Preaching
by pastor at 7:30 : p. in , ; young people's meet
ing. 0:30 : p.m. ; Sunday school , 2:30 : p.m. ;
social meeting , 10:30 : n. m. Prayer mooting ,
Wednesday , 7:30 p. m.
Fourth Avenue Methodist Church , near
Seventeenth street Preaching by pastor ,
10:30 : a.m. ; Sunday school , 3 p. in. Pruyer
mooting , Tuesday , 7:30 : p. m.
Saint Paul's Church. Divine service at
10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.m. ; Sunday school ,
12:15 : a. m. ; Bible class , 12:15 : p. m. ; sermon
topics , morning , "A Bill of Particulars ; "
evening sermon , ' "i'ruo Joy. " Young men
nnd strangers always cordially welcomed to
these services. T. J. Mackay , rector.
Unitarian , llev. Mann , of Omaha , will
hold services in the W. C. T , U. rooms , iu
Mcrriam block , at 3 o'clock.
First Presbyterian. Preaching at 10:30 : a.
m. , Sabbath school at 12 m. , young people's
mooting at 0:30 p. m. The evening sorvlco
will bo n union mooting under the auspices
of the American S. S. Union. It will be ad
dressed by Mr. E B. Stevenson , Chicago ,
who was a delegate to the World's S. S. con
vention at London ; also by Mr. Wells , S. S.
missionary for this county. Strangers aud
others cordially invited.
Berean Baptist Church. Rev. Tluckstun
preaches In the mornino ; at 10:30 : , Uov. Pier-
son In the evening at 7:30 , Sunday school at
11 :15 a. m. All will bo made welcome.
First Baptist. Preaching by the pastor at
10:80 n. m. , 'Sunday school 12 m. , young
people's meeting 0:30 : p. m. Baptism iu con
nection with Sunday school. Union service
in Presbyterian Church , 7:30. : All- cordially
Second Presbyterian Church. Rev. Mr.
Bailey , of Cedar Rapids , will preach at 3
o'clock this afternoon. It is most earnestly
urged that a full attendance of the church
and congregation bo present , as mutters re
lating to tbo xvolfaro of the church will bo
presented. Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at 7 : ISO.
Broadway M. E. Church. Preaching at
10:30 : n. m. and 7:30 : p. m. by the pastor ;
morning subject , "What I Ought to Read ; "
Sunday school at 12 m. , Epworth league and
class mooting at 0:30 : p.m. Everybody in
Christian Science. Sorvlco to-day , 4
o'clock p , m. , in Press club room , over
Bushnoll's book store. Entrance No. 10
Pearl street. All nro welcome.
Congregational. < Services this morning ;
sacrament of the .Lord's . supper and admis
sion of members ; eubjoct of thought , "A
Savior Worth Having. " Union mooting in
the Presbierlati Church in the evening.
Pilgrim Congregational Sunday school at n
p. in. , corner of Ninth street and Avenue A.
Neumoyer hotel. 'First class. Reasonable
rate s ,
The approach of cold weather in
stinctively causes' England to take stock
physically of her tilhlof men , says a Lon
don loiter. Lord Tennyson , Cardinal
Newman and Cardinal Manning' , all of
whom were supposed a vour ago to bo at
death's door , sooin'to huvo taken now
leases of life , and are stronger than
for a long time bbforo. Mr. GlaclHtone ,
who will complete his eightieth year
two months hence , is in excellent
health and his volco-particularly is bet
tor than for the last few years , So
well does ho fool that ho has no Inten
tion of going about this winter , hut will
spend Christinas and 'his birthday at
Ilawardon. It is said that the queen ,
will spend the whole winter in Italy ,
with her daughter , the Empress Fred
In Oroar. Urltaln.
Great Britain mined almost 10,000,000
more tons of coal , iron anil other min
erals last year than in 1887 , and cm-
ployed 10KH ( ) more men in the work ,
but fewer lives were lost in the process.
The total number of fatal accidents was
885 and of deaths occasioned thereby
000 , being an increase of 4 in the acci
dents , but a decrease of 01 iu tha lives
WHEN EDISON WAS UNKNOWN
How the Gront Inventor Surprised
tbo Boston Tologrnpbors.
HE BULLDOZED THE COUNT.
An Kxplolt or n AVcll Known Olmrnc-
tor of tlio Dftyn of Henry Clny
Grooly flot tlio Word Car-
IVlio In Tom Edition 7
Thomas Edison hiul boon in several
western telegraph onlcod , whcro ho wns
looked upon ivs nn ' export , and was tit
length ordered to Boston to illl n
vacancy , Bays the Youth's Companion.
The weather was warm and ho rtounod
linen clothes and a broad-brimmed hat.
Before ho reached Boston the weather
turned cold and stormy , but just as ho
was , linen duster and nil , ho reported
at the telegraph odlcc.
IIo walked into the superintendent's
room and said , "Hero I am. "
The ftuporintmidont looked tbo younp
follow over with 11 critical eye uiid
askoJ , "Who are you ? "
"Tom Edison , " was the reply.
"Who's Tom Edison ? "
The young operator explained that ho
had boon ordered to report for duty ,
and the superintendent told him to sit
down in the operating room. His ad
vent there created considerable amuse
ment , and the operators guyed him not
a little. Edison sat quietly , malting no
outward sign of disturbance. An hour
or moro passed , and then a Now Yorlc
sender , noted for his swiftness , signal
led , the olllco. There was no one to re
ceive his message , the operators all
being otherwise engaged.
"Lot the now follow take hjm , " said
Young Edison sat down at the instru
ment , and for four hours and a half
wrote out messages in a clear , round
hand , stuck a date and number on thorn ,
and throw them on the lloor for the
olllco boy to pick up. The time ho took
in numbering and dating wore the only
moments ho was not writing out trans
Faster and faster ticked the instru
ment , and faster and faster rcovod Edi
son's fingers , till the rapidity with
which the messages came tumbling out
attracted the attention of other opera
tors , who , when their work was done ,
gathered around to witness the specta
cle. At the- close of four hours and a
half , and of the Now York business ,
thcro Hashed from Now York the salu
"Hollo yourself ! " ticked back Edi
son."Who arc youV sounucn the instru
"Tom Edison , " was ticket ! back.
"Tom Edison , I'm glad to know you , "
came over the wires. "You are the
only man that could over take mo at my
fastest , and the first man that ever sut
at Iho other end of my wire for over
two hours and a half. I congratulate
the ollicc In getting you thorp. "
The young man in the limp duster
and slouch hat had won his first laurels
in the Boston ollico. Ho was never
guyed after that llrst day.
Count do Arnaud , the well-known
Russian , writes- the Washington cor
respondent of THIS BEE , recently re
lated to your correspondent an oxpori-
perionco ho had with the historically
notorious Bob Hickmnn , which is typic
ally characteristic of that great wag. .
"When I first came to Washington ,
in 1857 , " said Count do Arnaud , "I put
up at the old National hotel , and im
mediately sought the acquaintance of
Henry Clay , to whom I nud a letter of
introduction from one of the highest
government ollluiiils at St. Petersburg.
I found Mr. Clay in his private room at
the hotel , and after a long talk with
him wo strolled into the lobby of the
hostelry. I could speak very little
English , and having a very foreign
atmosphere immediately attracted the
attention of Bo Hickman , who was one
of the crowd of hangers-on around the
place. IIo approached mo in great dig
nity , and said with the courtesy of a
"You are a stranger hero ? I believe
you have just arrived from. Russia ? "
"Yes , sir , " 1 replied , "I have just ar
rived from the capital of Russia.1'
"Well , sir , " continued ilickman , "it
is customary for strangers arriving to
give mo money. "
"Tho air of tno man and the extreme
earnestness with which ho snoke im
pressed mo that ho was a head-tax col
lector or a" passport censor , like wo
have in Russia , and I presumed that the
immediate payment of any demand ho
might make was necessary. I noticed
Mr. Clay , who stood only a short dis
tance from mo , smile blandly aa ho
watched tno interview which Bo Ilick
man was holding with mo. Finallv 1
said : 'How much must I give you ? ' ' '
"It is customary , " said Hickmati , "to
give mo from one to flvo dollars. "
"I thought. I 'would show myself
princely and immediately placed a five
dollar coin in the man's hand and
turned to Mr. Clay , who expressed as
tonishment that I should luivo suffered
myself to bo bled as I had. Greatly to
my surprise Bo Hickman approached
Mr. Clay , and making a profound
sanlani. inquired after his health. I
thought I would cap the climax by ask
ing Bo Illokman to tnko something at
the bar. Ho declined with great grace ,
saying that ho did not drink , but said
ho would go into the counter and pro
pose a toast. Ho did so , and this is what
ho gave us :
"Hero's to the American caglo and to the
Kusslan boar ;
One's Rot the feathers and the other's got
tlio hair ;
Put tliom together and they will make a
oi a pair. "
"Pat" Shoody , the Adonis of the
sporting fraternity , was standing on the
stops of the Gilsoy house last night.
The last time I saw the promoter of
pugilistic enterprises wus at Toledo , O. ,
where ho foil a victim to the ignorance
of a stupid Dutchman , whom lie hud
dispatched on an errand , says the Now
York Star's "Man About Town. " "Pat , "
with Champion Sullivan and a cortorio
of friends was visiting a retired boxer
named "Billy" Talc , in Toledo. Hav
ing some important letters that ho had
forgotten to inuil , Shoody asked Tate
to oblige him by sending them to the
postolllco by his Dutch waitor.
Tate immediately called the waiter ,
who understood very Httlo English , and ,
giving him ShcouVs letters , told ham to
deposit them in the postolllco at once.
When the waiter , with letters in hand ,
opened the door , Shoody saw that the
rain was pouring down in torrents , and ,
calling him back , handed him his $25
silk umbrella , saying :
"Dutchy , take this , too , so that the
letters won't get wot. "
Tbo Dutchman took the gold-headed
umbrella nml started. In about ton
minutes ho returned to Tato's house ,
wringing wet and minus the line um
"Dutchy , whore's my umbrella ? "
"Gone mil dor tedders , eo dot doy
don't got vet , " answered the Innocent
Dutchman , as ho wondered what
Shocdy's friends were laughing at.
Shcody called at the postolllco at once
and found that the Dutchman hnd
dropped letters anil umbrella into tlio
Coining back from the Syracuse con
vention , W. Burke Cockran discovered
n select party In one of the cars engaged
In a Httlo game of poker , says tno Now
York World. The nnto was 1 cent
and the limit 6 cents , but when Cock-
ran asked to come into the game Mar
tin , winking at his companions , said :
"I guess It's too stoop for you. " "What
is it ? " asked Cockran. "Twenty-live
cents ante and $3 limit , " was the reply.
"I guess I can stand It If you can , " said
Cockran. IIo bought $ oO worth of chips
and started in to play. They led him a
merry dance. Quito a party gathered
around the players and they wore all
lot into the joke except Cockran.
The latter bet boldly , but his associ
ates ralsod him every tltiuj. Once ho
opened a jackpot with a pair of aces ,
but dropped out when the others all
came In so promptly. Cockran'a 850
was soon gone , ana at the end of a
couple hours they had cleaned him out
of all his ep'iro change and 1 ! more
that Mr. Gilroy kindly loaned him. By
this time ho baa doffed his coat and the
perspiration was running oil him in
small streams. Still Ho did not want to
give up , but finally they all docllncd to
loan him any money. IIo olTcred his
check , but Gilroy , who was acting as
banker , refused to take It. Then the
joke was explained , and , on the settlement -
mont , Cockran found that ho had lost
SI. 15. "Great Scott ! " ho exclaimed ,
"to think that I have luul all this sweat
for $1.151" Ho took the joke good nst-
turedly , however , and the supper will
In "Words on Wellington" wo have n
very remarkable Instance given of how
absolutely his French enemies relied on
his honor , says the London Court
Journal. "Before the b.Utle of Ortho/5
the bridge over the Gave do Pau had
been passed by the French army. The
duke sent a note to Marshal Soult , say
ing 'That a battle would , of course , take
place on the following day , but that , as
it was desirable in the interest of the
inhabitants of Ortho ? not to destroy the
bridge , ho promised that , if Marshal
Soult would abstain from blowing it up.
no soldier of the British army should
cross it.1 Soult trusted him , and the
bridge is to this day intact. " It seems
that the duke , though his unflinching
courage was never shaken , lived in ap
prehension of assassination. After his
death an ofliecr quartered at Walmcr
visited the castle and begged for a bou-
vonir. The servant showing him over
the place pointed to a lot of umbrellas
and told him to help himself. Ho took
one , opened it , and found a sword. "Oh ,
yes , " bald the servant , "there is a sword
in every umbrella. "
"Yos , old Commodore Vanderbllt was
a money getter and a money savor , "
said an old-time Wall street operator
to a select circle of younger men who
were watching the tape in a downtown
olllco says the Now York World. "He
looked after tbo nickels , and the dimes
and dollars followed aftor. It was in
1802,1 think , when I concluded to talto
a trip to Europe , and I didn't want to
impair my capital wanted to make ex
penses , you Know. I had dealt con
siderably in Mr. Vanderbilt's pot New
York Central , and had an idea that ho
would make a deal in it while I was
gone. So I drew my check for $1,000
shares of Central at the closing price
of the day before. He hemmed and
hawed ; said ho didn't like to do busi
ness that way. Finally , as a favor , ho
would do it at 1 per cent below the clos
ing. I agreed.
"Ho was busy ; his desk littered with
letters. In those days the government
required a war stamp of 5 cents on a
contract. Vundcrbilt rewrote the put
lie wanted it his own way then ho
took a penknife and for more than ton
minutes ho was busy removing tbo 6
cunt stamp on the put I had prepared.
Then , with a characteristic grunt of
satisfaction'there's 5 cents saved , ' lie
glued the stamp on the now contract ,
took my check , handed mo the put , say
ing , 'There's money for you in this con
tract ; good morning , " and I was gone.
In , loss than ninety days the stock had
advanced eighty points , but I had sold
long bofows. "
The "clique" now running a corner in
October pork has thrown up its hands ,
says a Chicago special to the Now York
World. Thodocion by the board of trade
directors last night that the now pork
tendered to StauiTor and refused"by him
was regular for delivery settled the
matter. "Old Hutch , " who has re
cently shown so much Interest in the
October deal , \yas told on the curb last
niirht of the directors' decision. The
old man buttonholed his informant ,
John Bca/.loy , and proceeded to tell
him a Httlo story of a case before a
justice of the peace down in Massachu
"Tho defendant's lawyer , who know
beforehand that the judge had made up
his mind to decide against him , be
gan reading Blaokstono , and quoting
the law bearing on the case. The judge
impatiently waived him aside , and said
bo did not care to hoar the law read.
Ho had hoard It before. 'I know , ' said
the lawyer , 'that it may not nlToct your
decision any , but I simply wanted to
show you what a old fool Blackstone -
stone was. ' "
The old gentleman was BO pleased at
tlio point ho had scored against the
director's decision that ho invitou nil
the boys on the curb to go across the
street with him.
The first colonel of the First Malno
cavalry was blull John Goddaril , an
Ironsided old lumberman , says the
Lowislon ( Mo. ) Journal. Before the
war ho used to take gangs of men into
the woods every winter.
Late ono fall in the "fifties" a tall ,
lank Yankee came Into Colonel God-
Uurd's olllco and asked for employment
us a teamster.
"Do you know how to drive oxen ? "
"I rather reckon I do , " was the bash
"Suppobo I was a yoke of oxen , " Bald
Goddurd , getting down on "all fours' "
an the olllco lloor , "and suppose I would
not haul , let's see what you would do to
make mo come up under the yoke. "
The Yankee objected at first , but whan
lie was told that his winter's work de
pended upon the trial ho took the long
long braddeu oaken oxgoad and began
nourishing it over the kneeling God-
Hlsh , Bright ; got up , there , Golden.
Dome hero , Star ; gee elf , Liru , " ho
/oiled in turnt but never a move did old
Joddurd make. Finally , getting weary ,
ilio teamster inserted the steel brad
into Goddard'8 trousers , Tito coining
cavalry colonel got up In a hurry , nnd T , ,
the Yankee hired nt hia own prlco
provlntr the best tonmsloi * in the gnng
when the cavalry regiment was organ'
hod the humorous teamster wont to tha
front nsn private , nnd when ho fell
fighting umlor Grant ho hud a sot of
opaulotts on his shoulders.
ToWllkio Collins , from Now Yorlf ,
under date of Januury 12 , 1808 , Mr.
Dickens wrote , snys tlio Philadelphia-
Record : "Doing at Boston last Sunday ,
I took It Into my head to go over the
Medical School nnd survey the holes
nnd corners in which that oxlraordl *
nary murder wns done by Wehstor ,
There wns the furimconml nil the grim
spouts nnd sinks nnd chemical nppll *
anccs and what not. At dinner niter'
ward Longfellow told mo a terrific Btory ,
IIo dined with Wobatur within n yontt
of the murder , ono of u party of ton or
twelve. As they sat nt their wlno
Webster suddenly ordered the lights
turned out and a bowl of some burning
material to bo placed on the table , that
the guests might son how ghostly It
made thorn look. As ciu-h man stared
at the rest in the weird light all were
horror-stricken to sco Wobslor with a
rope around his uockholdinir it up ever
the bowl , with his houl : jorkcd on ono
aide and his longuo lolled out , rnpro *
bontiug a man being hungodl"
Representative AVhlto , ot Illinois ,
who nroso to a question of prlvllogo
last spring to deny the printed report
that ho had drank water from a llngor-
bowl at a fashionable dinner , Is again
reported in a protesting mood , says the
St. Louis Republic. While attending
the Chicago exposition a few days ago
ho strolled Into a fashionable restaurant
and cnllou for oysters. Ho did not des
ignate the Btyld of sorvlco further than
to indicate that ho wanted them raw.
They were brought to htm ou the half
shell. Looking at thorn with a pulzlod
air , ho wanted to know how they were
"On the half-shell , sir , " said th
"Tako them hack , then , " said the
legislator. "I pay full price and want
full measure. Bring mo the whole sheller
or nothing. "
HUTCHINSON , Minn. , Oct. 31. To the
Editor of Tin : BKK : An article in a late
number of THIS BKK , training of Iloraca
Grooloy as a speaker , brings to my.mind
an incident related to me many years
since by a relative of mine , who was
present on the occasion referred to.
On ono of Mr. Grooloy's visits to his
father , who was at that time living In.
Pennsylvania , ho consented to muut a
number of his admirers living in the
then sprueoly settled neighborhood ,
and address them from the desk of the
Ho ohoso "Temperance" as the subject -
ject of his remarks. In the course of
his talk he no doubt intended to bay
that the cause of tompuranco had de
clined , but ho evidently could not recol
lect the word. IIo would back up and
come at time und again , repeating
"Tho cause of tcmpornnco has has . "
In vain the editor would shulllo from
ono of his feet to the other until thosit-
uation was becoming almost painful to
his hearers. Finally ho made a dos-
pcruto lunge and said , "Tho cause of
temperance has has sagged , " and
wont ahead to the relief of all.
G. D. McENVKN" .
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
t-OR SM.E AND R NT.
W A l5w table boarders at sol
AM'KD A < ? lrl to taio care of a child ,
W Mrs. I' . M. 1'jyor , tua Illmrst.
FOU KliNT Ono soven-room home on L'onrtli '
avenue ; ouo olglit-rjoni house on Second
end avcimo. nnd ono eight-room house on Tenth
street ; all lltteii up with nil modern conven
iences. W. W. HUger , renrlotieec.
FOH SAf-E To quit btiiincss. my entire
stock of 1'nrniwro. nloves und curpeta , will
bo sold ut cost , without lescrve. 1'omons Tnr-
nibbing good references can buy ou Install- *
inents , making weekly puymunts. A. J. Mao *
dell , : i.J > unilai , ' ) liroaduay.
; ANTKD Good girl for general liouso-
work , 3.51 South Seventh , st.
f Vr.If.i J1KOS. lc CO. loan monoy. The most
V/llberal terms offoro.l. 1UJ Pearl st.
TT1OU SALK-An old and well established
-L dnie store , established in 18) ) } . U.uh re
quired , &t,5JJ , balaucj ro.il onutn. Address A
3 , eo. Council Dlnirs.
BAKQ AIN -4 lots In Kiddie's sub , on th ave ,
UradlngaUpild. JUJonoli. N. O. I'hllllpa ,
room i > , Kvurott bloclc.
HAlKlAlNln West Ilroadwaypropercy N. ,
C. Phillips , room D , Everett bloclc.
In Terry addition. Monthly payments
LOTS C.Phillips , rooms , livurett blocg.
BAHRAIN'S lu all parts ot tbo city. 0. N.
1'hlillpg , room 8. Kvorctt bloele.
LANDS for sale or exchange. K.O. LMllllp
room C. Kverott bloclc.
IN8UUANCB at actual cost. AUdros *
A. K. Daughorly , Canning st. , Council
In TerwllllKors a'ld 8575 each. N. 0.
Phillips , loom fl , llvereU block.
In Vnn llrunt Si Itlce's add S2W , Jlasy
IOTS . N , C. 1'lillllpi , room r , Everett bite.
T I'AVI5 ' houses and lots In all parts ot Coun-
JLcll Illnlfs , from 8WJ to g.UJ i , that I can mill ou
monthly payment1) , or any terms to ault pur-
chasiirs. Tills Is ot particular advantaua to
Onmlmmerchants , clorkH , mechanics , 01 people
who desire a homo near tlio DUHIIIOSS center ot
Omaha without being compelled to pay exorbl
taut prices. O. I . Judd , UJJ llroadwav , Council
CIS Iu Central sun cheap. rtiiHy terms. N.
JC. 1'lillllp" . room f . Uvcrtitt bloclc.
TMl'HOVKD farms In Iowa and Kansas for
J-exchan e for city property. N. O. 1'lillllpn ,
room B. Kvercttblucic.
"IjiOIlS.VIiEorllont Garden land with houses ,
-1 } by J. It. Ulce , lK ( Malu tit. , Council Ululfa.
1X7ANTBD A neat young ( 'lrl to help In gan-
Dial house work. Mro Jacob Blini , aiO
KSTATK-lloiiBIlt and nold ana ex-
RRAIj . Special attention given to exam *
( nation ot titles. W. U. Jamas , Nn IU l aarljit.
! jAl < I5 Aero loti In Orchard place. This
Foil ty li located In the Itlco nursery ,
Bontliof tno innln part of tlm city. HI mlloi
from court home. Goo. Hutealf. I'J ' 1'oarl st. _
W M. BIKDKNTOl'K , Ile.il Ustate. Special
attention clvtm to examination and cor
rection of title to Inndg and lota In city ami
county. No. H , North .Main t.
ITWJK BAMS-lSJiicio farm In Jasper county ,
JL1 Iova , located near coal mine ) that ara in
operation , TlieroUallve foot vein of coal
under the farm. Ooo , Mutc If , No , 10 1'oorl at.
locations oi : Main and Ilioadway
BUSINESS bargain * Uco , Mutcalf , No. 10
I'eurl st. _ _ _
ITKWHAI.K-lmprovod and unimproved prop
JL1 erty in every part of tlio city. Kara onpor
tuultlo * fur Invi'Htors who seek fljiecniatlonji
iplemlld onportiinltlHi fur tlioso who Uodlra
joinea. Ueo. Metcalf. No. 10 1'oarl at. _
BAI.K 80 feet luka frontage located b *
FOU 0 11. limit house and Munawa beach
Also n number of choice lots hi llogatta placa
Jco , Mutcalf. No. IU 1'uarl t. _
niOH IIENT-docdbuslncsi front , Uir liroail *
Vay. . A line retail point. Jn yood coinll-
Ion. Inquire K. K. Hayne , DID Uroa'Jwuy ,
I ) . J , LUMUNUSON , K.lt. BnmitnT.
1'ji-n. Vice I'M * .
CIMP. It , HAHNAN , Canhter.
CITIZENS' ' STATE BANK ,
. . UMJl'fS.
3ald up Capital . , . SI5O.OOO.OO
Surplus . . , . , 39,000,00
.lability to Depositors , . . .33BOOO.OO
I > IHKCTOIIS-I. A. Miller , I' . 0. Olesson , 15. L.
! lm urt , li. K. Hurt , J. U. Kdundion. Ctiui. Hi
lunnan. Trail uuct general bimlclntf buslnea *
.urgubl capital uud nurplu * of uuy banlc Iu
lurtlmestera Iowa. lutaresl outlina dtposlu
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