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THUS OJttAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , MAKCTI , 23 , 1800.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
THE OMATIA BEE.
OFFICE. NO. lii I'KAIttj HTIU3I3T.
fcllvmd by ( fltrttr In any part of the City.
IMV.QH/rON . . . MAN/OElt
1:1111011. : i No. z\ \ .
N. Y. i' . Co.
Council Hluffs Lumbar Co. , coal.
Ilintchcr coal , 111 Main street.
The Indies of tlio Trinity Methodist church
will give n Ynnkco supper in the vacant
storeroom of the Mcrrlam block uoxt Friday
The Kttor-O'NoIll ca o kept the superior
court busv nil day yesterday. It.ls being
tried by a Jury , nncl the attorneys nro workIng -
Ing It.for all thcro Is In It.
The United States district court will con
vene tomorrow morning , but no business
will bo transacted until Tue day , n * judges
Love and Shlrns will not arrive until tbls
Mngglc , the 1 lit lo daughter of Mr. and
Mrs , .lames Mertcnson , died Friday night of
croup. She was aired six yearu. The funeral
will take place thin afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the family rcsldcnco on Fifth nvcnuo.
Mnrrlneo licenses wcro Issued yesterday
to Charles James and Annie Umbb ) . both of
this city : 1' . F. Green nnd Mary Konnov.
both of Ncola , and Louis T. Buir of Hutch-
Jnion , Kim. , and .Melissa Crest [ of Kosclusuo
county , Indiana.
The gymnastic department of the Young
Men's Christian association will give an ex
hibition at the opera house April 11. Lie-
Bides the other features of the programme
musical numbers will bo given by Mrs.
Evans and Mrs. Sherman. Frank nnd Perry
Jinilellet , the orphan's quartet , arc the
No business was transacted in the district
court yesterday , nnd nn adjournment was
taken until Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock.
It is near thu end of the term , and ttiero nro
but very few more cases to bo tried. This
week will bo principally devoted to clearing
up the docket and disposing of cases .now
The Temperance Hoform club will have a
meeting at , the liresbytorimi church nt 4:30 :
o'clock this afternoon to urrango for the
co ml MI ; of Francis Murphy this week. Addresses -
dresses will be delivered by the pastors of
the various churches and good music will bo
furnished. All of the churches and church
cboits are Invited to bj present.
Frnnils Murphy , the omincnt apostle of
temperance , .vho hold meetings In this city a
few WCOKS ajro , will return hero this week
and will hold meetings nt 'tho Masonic tern-
plo on Tuesday , Wednesday nnd Thursday
evening. Nnna of those who have attended
thcao meetings will miss the opportunity
offered to hour Mr. Murphy again.
The now pohco force will consist of the
following men : \Vndo Gary , chief ; A. S.
Cloueb , captain ; John Safely , sergeant : Doll
McDonald , driver of patrol wagon ; oflicors ,
Ueswlck , Kemp , Fowler , Johnson , Poulson ,
Doyle , Martin , Cusick , Deaualn , Sandol ,
Novcs , Uolin , Husklns and McDonald. These
inou will bo appointed next Tuesday.
Sorno parties from Omaha were indulging
Jn fast driving on Lower Broadway yester
day morning. Several of them began racing ,
when one of the horses became unmnnucca-
blo nnd collided with wugon load of brick ,
killing the horse and Injuring the vohlc e.
The occupants were thrown from the buggy
but escaped uninjured. Their names could
not bo learned , nor could the name of the
owner of the horse bo found , but It boldnged
to an Omaha liveryman.
C. ii. steaindyo' works , 1013 Broadway
For sale , on account of sickness , J.
Dickey's general merchandise stock , located
on Broadway , Council Uluffs , will no sold at
n discount for cash or trauo for good unln-
cumborcd city or Omaha property. Adar > " >
Duquette & Co. , Council Ulufts.
Desirable dwellings for rent at reduced
prices by E. II. Shoufo & Co. , rental agents ,
IJroadnay and Main st. , up stairs.
Absolutely llurt1nr Proof.
The finest safe nnd uionov chest ever seen
In the city has Just been placed In the vault
of the Kimball-Champ Investment ; company.
It Is absolutely burglar proof , and Is so much
of au improvement ever the ordinary safe
that It is a novelty , and therefore an object
of unusual Interest. It is a very handsome
_ nffalr ami weighs 5,000 pounds. It _ is 5H
inches high , 20 inches wide and has two
compartments. The upper compartment is
guarded by a heavy llvo llguro combination
leek and Is stronger than the ordinary safe.
The grcut feature of this safe , however , is
the door of the lower compartment , or
money chest , which Is circular in ahupo nnd
screws Into tbo safe us a bolt goes Into a
burr , n nil Is then fastened by n double tlmo
lock , controlled by a Howard movement of
tbo finest mechanism. Both sato and doors
are constructed of eight thicknesses of one-
half Inch steel in alternate layers of Broolc-
lyn chroma and Bessemer steel. The lock is
a double ono of the Moslor automatic pat
tern. The locking dovlca connected with
this time lock Is u heavy lug or key auto
matically thrown Into the Jamb or released
by the tlmo lock and effectually
guarded against any surface explos
ion by means of n dormant lock.
Tbo door Is furnished with u geared pres
ume dovlco for opening nnd closing , and the
simple turning of u crank screws the door
into place. Tno clock work Is all on the in *
Bldo of the door , and is In no way connected
with the outside of the door , from which It is
separated by several thicknesses of solid
steel. In fact , there Is no way of opening
the safe If the clock runs down while the
door is closed. In which case It would require
exports several days to open It. An outsldo
combination furnishes the day lock. If the
outer layers were blown entirely away ,
thcro would bo nothing lett on which to op-
The safe is so much of n novelty and works
so nicely that it excited the admiration of
several of the business men of the city who
were yesterday invited to examine It. The
clock , which Is double , works either indi
vidually or In combination , so that If ono
gets out of order , tbo other will do the work.
It needs winding butonco In ton days. The
lock In oil respects Is simply wonderful , nnd
u'l that It needs to mnho It proof against
burglars for tlmo and eternity is to attach a
little perpetual motion to keep ttio clock
wound. It la well worthy of oaroful Hi-
"Golden Iloil. "
In this ago of book making n now publica
tion tmiat. nnmla hnvn ntini.lnl mnrlt tn nnm-
maud attention. This is especially true In
regard to volumes of poetry , but the one ot
the nbovo title , by Hov. OV. . Crofts of this
city , is standing vhis aovero test with
wonderful success. The little volume con
tains the brightest , sweetest songs of the
"pout preacher , " and cold-hearted critics
nnd warm-hearted admirers allko glvo It PII-
thusiaitlo pruiso , No ono can establish com-
panloubhlii with this little volume without
being inndo happier and better by Its senti
ments AO plonsmgly expressed. Tlio price
of the volume Is f J.OO. It can bo obtained
by addressing the author , Uov. G.W. Crofts ,
Council Bluffs , or at Bracket * . & Cnviu's , or
J. I ) . Crooitwoll's book stores , in tbls city.
Corsets for the
The Boston store ,
W. C. Howcll of Kcokuk , assistant United
States prosecuting attorney for the southern
district of Iowa , arrived In the city yester
day morning to prepare for the builness of
the term of fodor.il court that convenes to
* Bert Kvans nnd Will nnd Oscar Koellno
are homo from the Platlo where they put In
lovcrul days geese shooting. They brought
homo about forty of the feathered bipeds ,
and their friends were generously remem
bered. They- will make another trip in u
At the Boston
Store , Council Bluffs.
Drs. U'oodbury have removed their donta
cDlcoto 101 Pearl ttroat , upstairs.
Cilllotto St Freeman , decorator * , 33 Pearl
EISEHAN'S ' PRICES ,
They Will Toll a Great Story to Do-
mcotlo Economists This Wook.
And io Now Sprint : Good * Will Cap
ture Uoili Clilcs.
These are hard times , when people who
hnvo much or little tnonoy to spend must get
the full value of ovcry dollar. It is.a sig
nificant hint when wo hear Ornatm ladles
who nro shopping In Council Illuffs ovcry
day , say they are amply repaid for tbo trip.
Keep this In mind , nnd let as tell you that
on tomorrow. Monday , nnd during all the
week , wo offer CO dozen ladies' kid gloves ,
left over from our lost Monday's sale , In
tans , grays and blacks , mouBquotiilres , 4 , 5
and 0 button lengths , sizes 0'f ' , 0 , O f and
7 , mostly of the smaller sizes , at'Jl'c ' a pair ,
and these sold last Monday at 09c will bo re
duced to 4o nt seine tiino and hours , Thcro
nro many $1.50 , $2.00 nnd $2.75 gloves In both
of thcso two lots , nnd Indies that nro not on
hand will miss thcso bargains.
WE OFFEH THIS WEEK
Special bargains In the following depart
Hosiery ISO dozen fast black misses' nnd
children's hose , full regular made , sizes 5 ,
5 , 0 , OK. 7 , 7X. 8 , VA nd 0 , regular 60c
hose , afi'io n pair for all si/es. Also one
case of 100 do7cn fast black ladies' hose In all
sizes , made bv the best manufacturer In
Saxony to retail at 50o n pair ; our price this
WCCK ! T c. Quantity limited to six pairs to
each customer for the nbovo two special
DOMESTIC UAROAINS FOR THIS
Good prints ! ) c n yard.
Best Indian prints Oc a yard ,
Best shirting percales fie n yard.
Good dress ginghams Be n yard.
Good American sateens no nnd So a yard.
Best English sateens lOc , 12Kc nnd lOc a
Host French sateens 20c , 25c and 3Jc n
Good white nainsooks 5c a yard.
Good India linen DC , So nnd lOc a yard.
Lonsdala finish , yard wide muslin , G ) o a
Fruit ot the Loom bleached muslin S'tfc a
Good yard wide brown sheeting , 5c , Os and
7c n yard.
Wide shooting , bleached and brown , nt
Plenty of other special bargains for this
week In every department. Como nnd see
Mall orders receive careful and prompt at
tention. Samples forwarded on application.
HEXKY EISUMAN & Co. ,
Council Blurts , la.
Points ot i'loty.
People's church or Ovorton's Mission-
Corner of Fourth avenue and Seventeenth
streets. Services at 2o'clocU this afternoon ,
lad by Judge Hubbard. Evening service at
7:30 : o'clock. '
First Presbyterian Corner of Wllldw
avenue and Seventh streets. Rev. Stephen
Phelps , pastor. Preaching by the pastor at
10:1)0 : ) a. m. and 7:30 : p. in. Sabbath school "at
12 m. Young people's meeting' at 0:30 : p. in.
Strangers and others cordially Invited.
Bercan Baptist church Services morning
and evening. Subjects "The Model Young
Man" and "Christ's Sympathy for Us. "
Sunday school meets nt 11:45 : a. m. Prayer
mnetlnir Wednesday evening. Old people are
Fifth Avenue M. E. church -Corner of
Fifth avenue nnd Eighteenth street. Preach
ing services at 10:3J : u. m. and 7:30 : p.m.
Sunday school at 11:45 : a m. Class mooting
at 0:30 : p. m. Sunday prnyor meeting Wcd-
nesdat at 7:30 : p.m. Everyone cordially In
vited. IJring Epworth hymnals. Uev. A.
L Picrson will preach Sunday evening.
Epworth M. E. chnrch Corner of Avenue
'j nnd Twenty-fifth street. 1'roachlng ser
vices atiiiRO and 7:30. : Sunday school ai 2:30 :
p. in. Sunday prayer meeting Wednesday
n t T 'JA t rn
Urondway M. E. church Proaohinp in the
morning at 1010 : ! by Uov. Mr. Luring. In
the evening at 7:30 : by Uov. Mr. Holmiclc of
Ncola. Sunday school at noon as usual.
Conirogatlonul ; faorvlres morning nnd
ovonlnp. Prouchinu by the pastor. Morn-
lugsubjcct : "ThoTwoUoalms. " Evening :
"A Glorious Death. " Younpr Peoples'
Society of Christian Endeavor at 0:15. :
Pilgrim Sunday school ut 8 p. in. corner of
Ninth and Avenue A.
St. Paul's Church DIvIne service at 10:30 :
a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school at 13:15. :
Holy communion at S a. m. Sermon topics ,
morning : "Tho UestthntUemutnoth. " EvenIng -
Ing , the bishop of Iowa will prcucb. anil ad
minister the rlto ot confirmation. Young
men and strangers always cordially wel
comed to tbcso services , T. J. Muclcay ,
Trinity Methodist church South Main
street , opposite Eighth avonuo. Rov. S.
Alexander , pastor. Preaching at 10:30 : a. m.
und 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school at 3:30 : p. m. ;
young people's mooting , 7 p. m. ; class moot-
Intr. ( JM5a."m.qrayor ; mooting Wednesdays
nt7:3Dp. : in.
Y. M. C. A.-i-Gospol services at 4 p. rn. in
the association rooms in Mcrriam block.
Uov. F. L. Patterson , the now evangelist ,
will have charge. 13oth ladles and gentle
men cordially invited to attend. Strangers
First Baptist church Near postofilco , D.
H. Cooloy. pastor. Uov. F. L. Patterson.
the evangelist , will preach ah 10:30a. : in. and
730 ; p. p. Subject for evening : "Tho Unpardonable -
pardonable Sin. " This sorvioo will close
Mr. Pat' orson's labors hero as bo goes to
Donison Monday. HoV. F. M. Parsons of
Glenwooil will proacb during the wcoic. ,
.Sunday school ut 12 m. ; Christian endeavor ,
03J ; p. iu. AU cordially welcomed.
A niisliiosa Change.
A. J. Mandol , the well known furniture
man , bus ngaln associated himself with A.
Klein , who wash h partner oncobeforonbout
ton years ugo. The linn will bo as m the olden
tlmo , Mnndel & Kloin. They have secured
the larco three-story brick building , corner
of Uroadway and iJr.vant street , formerly
occupied by Elsoman & Co. They will take
possession April 1 and will open as nn install
ment house , soiling furniture , stoves nnd all
sorts c ( household goods on ousy payments.
Messrs. Mandol & Kllno nro men of enter
prise nnd responsibility nnd the "Install
ment houso" will provo n success , without
Wo want you to list your rental property
with us und wo wlllsoouro you good , reliable
tenants. Hents collected und special atten
tion 'givon to care of property. U. H. Sheaf o
& Co. , Hroadway nnd Main st , up stairs.
S. U. Wadsworth & Co.07 Pearl street ,
Joan money lor Lombard lav. Co.
A Prn fill Poll.
J. T. Kane , ono of the men employed on
thu now hotel foundation , mot with an acci
dent yesterday morning thut came uoar cost
ing him his life. It happened thnjt. . in some
way tbo derrick ropes became fouled , and
Kane was sent up to Jlx them. Just as ho
reached the top the breaking of a ring pluto
loosened the guys nud ho derrick fall. For
tunately iCauo was thrown some little dis
tance , or ho would have landed on a pile of
Btono. As U was , ho foil on soft ground ,
and was very little Injured. Ho was re
moved to the Creston house , where ho re
ceived medical treatment. No bones wtro
broken , and bis bruises were not sorlous.
He nta his dinner as usual and was nblo to
got around In the afternoon , although rather
sore. The fall was a terrible one , and It
was by the merest chance that Kane foil
unywhoro but on the piles of stouo. Ho is
twonty-threo year * of ago nnd unmarried.
of fine watches und Jowalry In the city , nnd
the place to buy the best goods ut tbo lov.'ost
unces Is the establishment without rivals ,
the most reliable linn of
C. . JAcqi'EMix & Co.
Dr. H , S. West , porcelain crown and
oridgo work , No , li Pearl ,
A desirable 'eight-roam ' dwelling with
modern conveniences for rent on Willow
avenue. Apply to E. H. Sueufo & Co. ,
Uroadway and Mum ttrcat.
1'rtvurlntr a Creamery. "
The following Is the report ot the board of
trade committee appointed to investigate the
proposed union creamery for this city and
Omaha : ,
Tbo undersigned committee to whom was
referred the project for the formation of a
stock company to build and operate n centri
fugal separator creamery of the most 1m
proved pattern would respectfully report
that wo have glvon the matter careful con
sideration and have visited the separator
creameries now In successful operation nt
Unawn and California Junction to got nn Idea
of the practical workings of the system ,
llicro U no question but that this method of
Bcimrntinff the cream from the milk by ten-
ti if ugal force Is much superior to the old
way of setting the milk to * raise the cream ,
because- not only produces much moro but
ter from the same milk , but the butter * ob
tnlncd Ii ol n much bolter quality nnd flavor
nnd commands n price in tlipNcw York mar
ket fully equal to the cclobratcd Klgln
brand. ' 1 his point presents cqrtiln ad van
tages for the prolHublo operation of such n
factory not found In the interior of the state
where they appear to pay.
The vnst number of rows In the country
adjacent to us , which , ns tbolr product Is
now handled , do not pay ; the centering of
tbo various railroad lines hero by which
milk can bo shipped In from every direction ,
the largo population of tbo two cltlon which
Insures a good homo market not only for n
large part of the butter Inanufactured.but also
for the skim milk nnd the butter mlllcwhich
Iii country creameries is practically waited
are BOtno of tbo moro Important of thcso
Wo have arrived at the following conclu
sions ; *
1. That n first-class centrifugal separator
creamery , so located ns to supp'y both Coun
cil UlufTs and Omaha , properly conduStod
will bo a Riifo and paying investment to the
3. That such a factory that would supply
our citizens at nil seasons of the year with u
uniform quality of "gllt-odgcd" fresh butter
would be n boon to our people.
U. 'That a good butter factory would bo a
great benefit to our farming community , by
making their milch cows pay , nnd thereby
leading them Into improving their stock.
4. That the plant proposed to bo put In
by Davis & Kan It In is first-class in every
particular , and the price charged therefor is
fair and reasonable.
C. As nn earnest of the sincerity of
our convictions , wo bavo each of us HUb-
scribed for stock in the factory nnd wo earn
estly recommend the cltl/ens nnd business
men of Council 131ulTsxund Omaha to Join
with us ns promptly as possible to the end
that the proposed factory may bo put In op
eration at the earliest practicable day.
U 13. WAITC ,
Gcoiuin H. CAMr ,
THOMAS Omacii ,
A Ijcttor From Ohina.
The following is part of a letter received
by .f. Mueller of the Mueller Music Co.'from
bis daughter. Mrs. Dr. Simons , .and refers
to a beautiful liar dm an upright piano
shipped to hor. Dr. Simons Is consul gen
eral for the United States of America nt
IIongKtmg , China , appointed to that posi
tion by President Harrison :
Hoxo KONO , Fob. 13 , 1S90. My Dear
Papa : My piano came on the last steamer ,
and Is a splendid instrument. 1 had a music
man como up and unbox it nnd bring It Into
the houso. Ho w.ts very much pleased with it
and found it quito up to the con
cert pitch und In perfect tune , so
that it came in excellent condition
all the way from New York , although
It was not done up in waterproof. Tlio
Irolght was Just $100. The case is solid ma
hogany and beautifully finished , so wo fool
wo ware WHO to send ns wo did. Ouo sees
only English nnd German pianos out bore ,
and mlno looks like a house compared to tlio
little uprights in uso. And they uo not wear
well. At , the end of four years they are tln-
panny and sound dreadfully.
"I think ours will stand thocllmato as well
as anyof thu grands thut have bcon sent out ,
and then when we leave wo shall bo able to
sell it ior a good price. Hong Kong m the
winter is the gayest of gay places. "
INDIANS AND WHISKEY.
The jNoblo Itod Mnn Invests a Dad
Habit with Good Points.
They will drmIc whiskey and what
Indian will not ? but even in this they
pusorvo iiiiuuiou unu uoirrco 01
decency that white tonci'd would do well
to imitate , says Kirk Monroe in the
March Scrlbner.Vhun u bund or
family docldo to got drunk they send to
the nearest market for one or more pal-
Ions of liquor. In spite of the law for-
hidding the .sale of intoxicants to In
dians they nave no dilllculty in llndiiifr
white agents willing to procure the stuff
for them. It is indeed stuff , and that oT
the vilest character , though for it the
Indians are made to pay nt least double
the price of the best quality ; but what
frontier trader regards it us anything
but meritorious to cheat a rodskinV
With the liquor in their possession
the Indians retire to some remote spot
where their orgies will not ho witnessed
by any pave themselves , and deliber
ately prepare for their snroo. * They
first sot aside a share of the "fire wntor"
for the squaws , who will not touch a
drop of it until their lords have finished
their debauch. All guns , knives ,
and other weapons are then placed in
cluirgo of the squaws , or , if there are no
women in the party , they are delivered
to ono of the men , for whom a certain
amount of liquor is reserved. While
the rest are drunk this guardian of the
ponce must remain spbbr and kconly
watchful of tlio actions ot his compan
ions. Should heprovo unfaithful loins
trust ho will bo exiled from the tribe ,
nnd no Indian will hold communication
with him ( or the term of months or
years during which his exile is enforced.
While the debauch of his companion
lasts ho is absolute master of the situa
tion , and is ut liberty to use any amount
of force , oven to the taking of life , to
repel an attempt to retrain possession of
the weapons. If these are left with
squnwa the same rule holds good for
The preparations being thus completed
pleted , tliu'Tndimis , using one small tin
cup , which is impartially handed from
one to another , proceed to got solemnly ,
funnily , furiously , and stupidly drunk.
The next day it is the turn of the
squaws or of the man who has stood
guard , and they , too , taste the joys and
sorrows of coniplo intoxication.
Don't ' forgot , the flnostclcanost , bast mar-
marltot In the twin cities Is Morchoudorf's.
_ . .
fc - - - T 1 *
The Uoston store. Council Uluffs ,
Are the loaders In the dry goods business.
The gasollna steve U moro dangerous than
the unloaded gun. Save Ufa nnd property
by using thu C. U , Gas nnd Eloctrio Light
Co.'s RUS stovo.
Amelia Rlvos Chanlor seems lo bo
vanishing from the publio ga/.o , but
perhaps she is preparing the kindling
wood for another literary blaze that will
set the chimney of criticism on fire.
Whatever she i doing wo must wait
for , writes a Washington correspondent
of the Now York World.
In the moan time her sister Gertrude
Is creeping into fame. She is rather
walking In , as her dainty foot literally
brought tier to the threshold of litera
ture. The story is ns follows and wns
told by lioNolf : "I had long wanted tv
pair of riding bouts , hue they seemed a
very unsuccessful luxury , and BO I had
almost despaired of ever having my
wish gratified. However , I got thorn ,
and ono morning us I was mounting for
u.good long cantor through the woods u
[ Hand of mine standing near mo no
ticed them and severely reproved mo
for my extravagance. I could keep my
iccrot no longer , as to how these boots
cocaine mine , so I told her ns I do you ,
liow I , despairing ono evening , still
longing for the dour boots , sat down to
ny desk and scratched off some poetical
luos and sent them to n well-known
magazlvo. I received shortly n check ,
.ho si/.o of whion. covered the expense
of my long-covntod boots and several
additional wants. "
I hoard that this explanation of her
extravagance was accepted , and no ono
grudges her the pleasure , for it is said
, liat a prettier foot never graced a
ON TOP OlMilE COURT HOUSE
A OoddossVlrtj Looks Over Every
thing and Qvarlooko Nothing.
A CHATTY FEMALE IN HIGH LIFE
Scnrahlng for Holiest Men Tlio "Wick
ed I'uiiHtcrjpWhat's In n
Nniiic7-\n Old Settler
A Clint With n Goddess.
So you think the Goddess of Justice is
simply an ornament for the top of the court
house , oh } But I'm useful as wall as orna
mental. I'm not the deaf nnd dumb thing
that you fancy. I hoar and BOO n great many
things that your all-around-town man has
no Idea of. You think the Goddess of Justice -
tico Is blind ! Hardly. Why , with oven n
tight bandagn ever my eyes , do you think
that feminine curiosity can bo that easily
suppressed , so long ns fouilnluo fingers can
slip the tics ) H'jrol am fur nbovo the or
dinary mortals who tread the streets of
Council BlulTs. I see and hour n good dent.
Hero I lira by night ns well as by day , over
on the watch. The olootrlu lights ubovo my
head servo as n pretty good lantern , nnd I've
been looking hare and there about the city
for nn honest man. You say it Is Just llko n
woman to bo hunting foramanf Hnully ,
for 1 huvo been looking for an honest man.
Have I found onoj
Yes. I found several. You might not call
them men , for they uro little fellows , and
wear Jackets. I see thorn every morning ,
early , ram or shine , cold or warm , each
wun uundioa or unes. under tiioir arms
shouting like lltllo heroes. I know two
haven't missed a morning In two years , nnd
1'vo got so I watch * for'them with n good
denl of Interest. There nro a lot of boys
selling papers , but these two little folloiVR
nro really men , In heart and courage. Do
you know theao two little men have from
their ' own earnings by the calo of papers on
th'o streets clothed tbc.nselvcs , bought their
own school books , and in other ways proved
themselves capable of sell-support. They
are cousins. One Is Uoscoo Lopur. Ho is'
an orphan. The other is Marccllus Moxle.v.
The two live with the Inttcr's futbor. Thcso
little men are only twelve years old. Out
of their earnings , besides doing a good deal
for themselves , they have bought school
books , shoes and other things for Moxlcy's
little sister , and still bavo managed to save
ever fOO , which they have deposited in the
Another little man frequently yells in
front of thd court housi , "Hero's your DAILY
liEE. " Ho Is Harry Mudgo. Ho puts in nil
his tlmo and Is a worker. Ho Is struggling
to pay ior n $1,200 house , nnd his eyes glisten
with enthusiasm when bo llgurcs up that bo
has already paid nearly t3W ) on the house.
One day 1 put thcso names in ono side of
my bnlanco while in the other side I put two
brick blocks , n now hotel , and then I had to
throw in Hovoral mayors nnd ouo or two
church deacons to keep that side from flying
up and bitting the beam , the little men
weighing more thair'all. Such little men are
really worth more to the city than piles of
bricic and mortar'and ' arc really better citi
/ens thanmuuy who uro bigger und we.ir
longer titles. V'd rather hnvo one such lltllo
man than a union depot , that Is , If I was a
city , and couldn't have both , for if all the
men , little and big , were made of that kind
of stuff It would bo long before Council
Bluffs would go strutting about wearing the
11 rat ribbon. '
I do hate puns , that is , unless they are
homo-made , and I'm the cook. 1'vo ' hud
them fired at me over since 1 was raised to
the top of this1 roof. Some were so hard
that tbo.v battered niy sides , und some BO
soft that they mnaslied against mo like the
eggs thrown atHelmick , and the only strong
tiling about'thorn was tholr offcrislvenes ! , .
I'm tired to death ol folks calling mo a
"scaly" Goddess ; of-saymg that I can't sco
a good thing when 1'vo ' got it ; that I wear
sandals because I don't need auy inoro up
pers ; that 1 am old Hi himself , and am al
ready raised , In my own opinion ; that the
olectrio lights ubovo me should bo turned
down low , for I''s courting tiino ; that the
lawyers wanttbo figure of u Goddess instead
of a God because they bulievo. in fee-males ;
that the only llguro I can cut is to balance
all ; that the "Tin Soldier" is being played
by u womun on top nf the court house ; that
woman-Ilka I'm bound to stick to
my position whether or no ; that my flguro
would bo bolter if I was not so much of a
stay-er ; that I am too much stuck UD ; that
they can't ' "bare" any moro my left lo O ,
dear , I'm tlrod to death of thcso tcrriblo
punsters. Can't you call them off ! I'll get
back at some of them If they don't look out ,
for I sco some of thorn engaged in night
scones when others are asleep. I ahull give
the reporters a tip on them ono of these days
that will tip them over.
What's my name ) 1 haven't any that I
know of OXCCDI Goddess of Justice. 1'vo
been sprinkled n good many times but I
never bad a name given mo at nny of these
christenings. Thero'H u gooddonl In b name
though. 1 Itnow n hacUman around town
that gets moro faros than any other fellow
who ever mounted the box. He's ' known us
"Doc'1 Leary. I hoard u conversation bo-
twcon linn and n policeman on the court
house steps recently. The policeman was
for sonio time stationed nt the dummy dcunt
when thu dummy was the chief inodo of
travel between Omaha nnd the bluffs. As
tbo passengers "would crowd and rush along
the platform "Dou"would durt away
from his hack , grasp the grip of a
stranger and nt the same time call him by
name , saying , "How do you do , Mr. Jones
( or whoever he mieht bo named ) ; don't you
want to ndo up ! " The fellow , who perhaps
was heading for a street , car , or intending to
walk up Uroadwny , would smile , evidently
pleased at being of so much importance as
to bo remembered by ahackmnn in a strange
city , ami in it minute "Doc" would have
secured him. While other hackmoa would
drlvonwaycmptythatisthelrhacks ( would be
empty ) "Doo" was always lucky. The other
day the policeman was 'julziing "Doc" about
this. "How does it como 'Doc' that you
know no many ot these traveling men I"
"That's of bus'noss ' "
n part my , replied
"Doc. " "I don't know those men nny hotter -
tor than you do , except that I know their
names. I make a study of getting all the
names of travelling men and others who
are liable to visit Council Uluffs again , and I
don't ask or try to remember anything else
about them , that is as to their business or
anything of that sort. When I haul a follower
or when I get my o.\'es on n traveling man , I
got the name and .tbon I keep repenting It
and keep thinking , pt how ho looks , until I
pet him down line Jt may bo two months
before ho comes again , but when I step up
to him and call him'by ' namo. you know-
well "that's a part.'of my business , you
Know. " It evidently is a paying part of the
business , too. , , , ,
I hoard Captain C&aslus talking tbo other
day on tins arxmo1'subject. Ho was talking
with some man about Gurllold , and the cap
tain wont on to say that ho as u boy lived
right near where Garilold was going to
school. Ho used to hour his father taluabout
young Garilold , xviio'h't that time was ring-
ng the bell , sweeping out , lighting lamps ,
ami doing other work tn pay his way at
school. Cousin's father had hoard young
Garllold speak In some of the debating socie
ties and nt school ( exhibitions , and used to
of ton remark thatttluit boy would bo hoard
'rom , Years passed and Garllold was chosen
is representative to congress. Captain Cous-
ns had grown to be a young man , and was a
member of n band , which played on nil sorts
of public occasions m tbo little towns In the
vicinity of their homes , "Our bind. " said
ouitins , "was playing for the political moot-
ngs at which Garilold was speaking during
ono of these campaigns. Every one of u
enow Garilold by sight , but he , of course ,
did not know any of us. I remember at the
Irst political mooting wo played , our band
wagon was right alongside of the platform ,
lust before the addrois , while the crowd
was gathering , ono of the campaign cotnmlt-
oo , wno lived in my town , came across the
ilatforra to the wagon , with Garfleld. Ho
ntroducod Garflold to every ono of us boys ,
and wo all had a hand shako. The next day
vo were at another town some miles distant
and plnycd tor the meeting thcro. Gartleld
came up to our wagon again , and without
waiting for any Introduction thook bands
with our loader and called him by name.
We tuppoied bo mu t have boon an old ac-
ijualntanco of the loader , but what was nur
surprise to BOO him nhnUo hand * with the
next man nnd call him by name , and o on
with nil of u * . Ho didn't tiuiko n mistake In
ono of u . Ho called every man by his nnmo
nnd.shook hands n * If ho was ono of tlio best
friends wo had. 1 toll you it was a great
thing for us follows. Wo wore nil ready to
shout nnd work for GarJIcld , as well ns plnv
for htm. Wo nil liked it. Folks llko to bo
remembered bv their nnmo nnd It glvos n
follow n sort of Idea that ho Is of some Im
portance. That's human nature. Hut how
in the world could that man under such cir
cumstances rommnbcr nil of us after having
been Introduced to us In that sort of n way I
It has always puzzled me. "
A plcca of the slate roofing dropped down
the other Ony. A fellow picked It up and
bogati figuring on It. Howni figuring on the
new hotel , A good many citizens are llgur-
Ing on the now hotel nnd tbo union depot , but
this follow was trying to nmko out how
many feet of piling had bcon put Into the
foundation for the now hotel. Ho discovered
at last that thuro was ever six miles of that
piling , enough to reach irom Council Uluffs
to Crescent City If put In straight lino.
I overhear n great many of too citizens
tolling what they would do if they were In
Mayor Macrao'd olaco. Do you know what
I'd do If was Mayor Macrae I Well , I'd bo
mayor. You'll find out , before you are
through with him , that ho wi'.l Do mayor ,
too. I believe lie has n good backbone , und
whatever folks may say as to thu wisdom of
his administration * they will nil bo forced to
concede that It will bo a strong ono.
The Mueller Music company made au ex
cellent display on the streets yesterday. A
largo wngon lilted with musical instruments ,
the must conspicuous of which was the peer
less Hurtman piano , headed a procession of
vehicles , among which was u big band wugon
tilled with the Hoys' Drum corps nnd u cor
net band. The procession marched through
nil the principal streets nnd then went to
Omaha. It created n good deal of Interest
nn the crowded streets nnd earned n great
deal of pralso for the enterprising music
RUSSIA'S SIBERIAN RAILROAD.
Ono of the Most Stupendous liulcr-
lirlscR -Modern Time ? .
There has boon tv grout deal of specu
lation about the plans and prospects of
11 railroad across Siberia aloup the Clit-
ncsTc border , says tlio San Francisco
Bulletin. It is as good as settled that
the Russian government , will prosecute
ttiis great work to completion. The
estimated cost is $200,000,000 , or about
as much as has boon sunk in the Pana-
ma.canal. The railroad cor.nectinsr St.
Petersburg , Moscow and Novgorod is
about 600 mile ? long and will constitute
a link of the grout Siberian railway.
From the latter city to Vladivostok is
something loss than 4f)00 miles hy the
sledge route in winter and by the cani-
vnn route of summer. It has been for
mally announced that the Russian gov
ernment will begin work on this road
early in the sping.
The quofation has frequently been
raised whether the Siberian railroad
was to bo constructed for military or
commercial purposes. There is hardly
a doubt that it is to bo constructed for
both. Siberia is not altogether a bar
ren and desolate country. It has much
fertile land , valuable mines , and there
is enough timber for ordinary use. Nov
gored at ono time drew an immense
amount of golct and silver from Siberia.
It is related that when Ivan III. had
conquered that city in 14bO ho bent 300
chariots laden with silver and gold to
Moscow. But the former city now has
hardly moro than 2o,000. It is.howovor ,
the chosen site for the great fairs , at
which all the products of Siberia are
represented , and the merchants and
traders visit the fair from the valleys of
the Amour river and from the contigu
ous parts of China. . All the tea con
sumed by Russia takes the overland
route across Siberia. The Russians are
a nation of tea-drinkers. There are a
hundred million of consumers , or would
bo , if they coula all bo supplied with
The country about portions of tlio
great Amoor river is so attractive that
thousands of Chinese have Hocked
there. They cross the line , invade the
rich mines , take possession of the fer
tile valleys , establish trading pests , and
crowd the Russians. Inbhorttho Amoor
river is the nominal boundary between
a nation of about a hundred millions ol
people on ono side and 1550,000,000 on
the other. Two great empires meet
and touch along this lino. Russia is
menaced and so id China. There are
still unsettled disputes about boundar
ies. There was a time wTion the Chin
ese claimed and- actually occupied , a
largo territory beyond the Amoor
river. They have been crowded back
until they nnw face the Russians along
the margin ot this eroat waterway.
The Chinese minister at Washington
has expressed the opinion that if Rus
sia IB to bmld a railroad across Siberia
to the Amoor the Chinese government
will build from Poking -or some other
lnrgo city up to that river or to the
boundary line as a defensive measure.
This is the military view. By the aid
of railroads both governments could
rapidly mass great military forces along
the boundary. Every great railroad is
ivaiUiblo both for military and com'
morcial purposes. The first railroad
across the American continent was
originally a concession for military pur
poses. But the military character was
soon obscured by iia more important
commercial use. It is not at all proba-
that Russia contemplates building -1,600
miles of railway for military purposes
alone , although that may bo an Impor
tant consideration. The line of a great
commercial highway have long been
marked along the course pursued by the
Amoor. The volume of busincs has
boon constantly increasing. It is true
that Russia contemplates enlarging the
naval depot at Vladivostok , which is to
bo the Pacific terminus o ! the railroad.
But why not , since China within a few
years has established a great depot and
collected a Hoot of powerful warships
within n thousand miles ol tills Russian
port ? Since it is the order of the day
to create great war Hoots , and since
China , the last of the nations to go into
that business , has bcon buying ships
and creating them at homo , Russia will
augment the licet thut will rendezvous
at her great port on the Pacific.
But such attention to the military
situation is not inconsistent with the
growing interest of commerce. Russia
has long cherished the plan of turning
as much of the European commerce
with China as possible across this great
northern ever and route. The prize in
worth tlio contest. Tlio rivalry of rail
way building just now is moro in the
interests of peace than war. A rail
road from the capital of Russia to tlio
capital of China would bo ono of the
most stupendous enterprises of modern
times. So far ns China is concerned her
policy is onlv dimly outlined. But once
a railroad is'built across Siberia to the
llocigc , it will bo only n question of
tlmo when some power , or some interest ,
will open railway communication be
tween this line and sonio great trade
center in China. Five years is the tlmo
allowed to build the Siberian railway.
The completion of such a work can
hardly fall to mark the beginning of u
now era of the development und civili
zation of Central Asia.
- - "
The Washerwoman of Madrid.
Ton thousand women beak and splash
and eouso and beat the linen of Madrid
within the ncant waters of tlio Man-
zanaros every day. Not an article of
clothing is elsewhere washed , writes h.
L. WaUeman } n the Augusta Chronlolo.
No other than these Munzauarcs lav-
ondorus are permitted to labor as laun
dresses , and for three miles up and
down the stream , from opposite the in
fantry and artillery barracks iix | > n the
heights of Montana del Prlneipo. pnst
the windows of the Queen Regent's
apnrtmontd in the royal palace , and
circling around Away beyond Toledo
CJnto , the moving dots Of red and blue ,
yellow nnd gray , comprise tuts great
army of amuzons with arms and legs on
thorn like trco trunko. with vo
luptuous breasts ami Bhapolv
nocks hard- muscled and bronzed
ns Turks ; the most arduous
tailors , the wickedest blackguards , and
withal the sunniest tempered souls in
tiuoh Invondora brings her own huge
roll of broad , pot-Imps a bit of cheese , a
clnsi ) knife to prevent undue liberties
from the straggling soldiery near , as
well its to use in cutting broad ; nnd just
before noon they breakfast in hugo
wooden sheds on salt llsh , potatoeo and
colTco , with a measure of red wine pro
vided by the ntna , duplicating this inoal
as a dinner at 4 in the afternoon. They
eat like animals , nnd the moment their
food is disposed of the tinlclo of the gui
tar is heard , and you or any kindly dis
posed piiHsor may dunce with thorn , as I
did , until the thirty minutes allowed
thorn for food and rofrosco have ex
pired. On these occasions everyone
dances , girls of eighteen nnd women of
eighty , and the .scones along Manza-
naros are very picturesque and inter
Store , ,
Thu Manhattan sporting headers 418 B-way.
1.0. Tlptou , real estate , 327 Broadway.
Save SO per cent on tombstones and menu
ments. Design sheet and price list frpc. L.
.Kelley , C03 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Kvniinratlon if ) Yulcnr.
Almost everything wo use has some
touch of decoration about it , however
slight , before it is complete , and if these
touches are not in good taste the thing ,
as a decoration , is valueless. It is not
easy to designate how muclror how little
wo should decorate , but it is safe to say
that the tendency is to overdo rather
than to underdo It. The former is vul
gar , the latter gives a sense of meagre-
ness and desolation , says the Philadel
phia Record. The happy condition of
having everything of the very best , se
lected and worked out by capable crafts
men , is possible only to the few ; the
great majority must bo satislled with
articles of less intrinsic value and must
rely upon their own judgment as to the
fitness of the things they are able to
procure , in these days , however , when
machinery turns out such beautiful
fabrics in such profusion that they are
within the roach of the million , there
would seem to bo small reason why ono
should not be able to get the things
that are exactly fitted to one's
requirements. Wo have artib-
tie papers for our walls , ar
tistic rugs and carpets for our floors ,
artistic cretonnes and damasks and bro
cades for our hangings , and artistic
glass and pottery for our tables , which ,
while they do not perhaps meet the un
qualified approval of the theoretical ar
tist , need not bo less olleotivo and de-
coratfvo than the choicest prodnctioiid
of the hand-looms.
it is true me modern decorator has
much to contend with in u modern house ,
which is rarely of biich a character ns to
lend itself readily to high art in the
matter of furnishing ; but even with
those much may be done to tone down
their bad points and bring out their
Mr. William Morris , on a work on
' 'Domestic Art. " which iu reviewed in
the Woman's World , considers wall
papers at best but a makeshift for fresco
painting ; but no ono will deny that
they are very beautiful makeshifts , [ n
choosing papers a pattern of a lighter
upon one of a darker shadqis one of the
best , being simple , restful and satisfy
ing. These papers are the first remove
from monochrome , and should bo either
light or very subdued in tone ,
never very dark. The re
lief must como from the hangings
nad other decorations. A designs
in two shades of terra cotta with not
much difference in shade is good ; in
blue a wider variation in tone is per-
missablo ; green comes between blue
and red. When a certain depth is nec
essary to the design a third sha.de may
enter in with much effect. Tho. color
of the paper must bo contingent upon
the location of the room , upon its uses ,
and , unless the furnishings are , too , re
newed with the paper , upon tholr color
and character. But in every cabo the
pattern of the paper should bo simple ,
meanwhile possessing a certain amount
of mystery , A multiplication of any
realistic design is wearisome , and too
intricate is quite as unpleasant.
Mr. Morris give ? also borne admirable
suggestions as to hanging wall papers.
If the room is small and not high , or
the wall much broken by pictures or
tall pieces of furniture it should not be
divided horizontally ; paper it with ono
pattern and ono tint only ; if the room
is largo or fair size , a dado of four fcot
in height and frieze running around
the top will look woll. The use of two
papers is not advised unless the pattern
is very significant , and it is hud down
as a safe rule in wall decoration to put
nothing that attracts the eye moro
than uignt fcot from the floor. Mr.
Morris tinds papered ceilings miggos-
tivo of living in a bandbox , and sug
gests tinting them flatly in harmony
with paper and wood work.
A Sunday Hionkfiint.
Many honskcopars , especially these
who do their own wgrk , are often puz-
y.lod ns to what they shall have for
breakfast on Sunday morning. Tlujro
nro many reasons why the morning
meal on this day should ho easily and
quickly prepared , and yet bo palatable
and plentiful , says the New Jersey
Agriculturist. In the majority of fam
ilies the llrst'roason is that the head of
the hou.so , tired out with the week's
work , likes to indulge in an extra nap ,
and consequently the family arise much
later than on other days , and the
housewife is often at her ' 'wlts-onds" to
know how to got through her Sunday
morning's work in tlmo for mooting.
In Now Knglr.nd the Sunday break
fast usually consists of baked bcaiib and
brown bread , a combination which ,
when properly cooked , will bo found to
bo both palatable and wholesome , and
besides has tlio merit of being easily
and quickly prepared. Bulow wo give
the recipes for the benefit of these who
deslro to try them.
Baked Beans. Take 1 quart small
whlto beans , 1 Ik salt pork. 1 teaspoonful -
spoonful salt and a tiiblespoonful of mo
lasses. Parboil the beans until thoukln
bursts ; drain and place in an earthen
bcnn pot. Score the pork and place on
top of the bouns , add salt und molasses ,
and enough warm water to nearly fill
tbo pot ; cover tightly and balco in a
moderate oven ever night. The beans
will bo hot and smoking , ready for
breakfast in the morning.
Brown Bread. 1 cup yeast , 0 pota
toes , mashed with 8 cups of flour , ii tn-
blespoonsful lard , 1 quart warm water ,
2 tablcsDODtisful brown su > | ar. Bent
thoroughly nnd lotrlso llvo hours ; until
light. Slit 12 quarts of Indian inonl , I
quart rye Hour , 1 teaspoonful salt , 1
toaspootiful soda ; mix up very soft with'
risen sponge , adding gradually J teacupful -
cupful molasses. Knead and rise six
hours ; knead again , put in deep , round
pans , rise ono hour and bake in moder
ate oven four hours.
The selection of colors /or / room dec
oration should bo made with euro. Yel
low , except of a golden tone , should not
bo used unless very much broken
or mingled wltn other colors , says the
Philadelphia Record. The bright
daffodil nnd primrose hues nro not
effective In distemper painting or iu
dull materials , but are lovely in glis
tening fabrics. Rod is a dllllcult color
to treat , nnd should bo ( loop and full , n
crimson tending toward russet Is a good
color. Pink nnould Incline to orange ;
green should bo grayish or in clear ,
pure shades , never yellowish ; blue Is a
color in which bright shades iiiav bo
used or pure , pnlo blue , but if it Inullnos
to rod It at once becomes cold , nnd if
groan predominates it IH too strong.
Pnlo yellowish-brown and pnlo copper
tints are valuable and have the
advantage of harmonizing well with
most hangings , carpets and furniture.
The woodwork , if paintedshould as a
rule bo the same color as the walls , but
a shade or two darker in tint. Dark
woodwork does not look well , unless the
decoration of the room is very bright.
The same rule may bo applied lo
floors ( which wo assume nro covered
Gartly with rugs. ) Parquet floors should
e of ono kind of wood only , the necessary -
sary variety being produced by pattern.
Plain quartered oak floors are
the choice , par excellence , for
living-rooms , mosaic of tile or
marble for bath-rooms and halls.
F. M. ELLIS & CO. ,
Itooms 4'JJ and 4.)2 ) Itoo lluiullnt ; , Omuiiii Neb. ,
nnd Itooms-'H and-'lil Mcrnam ItluoV. Couucl
lllulfsjow . .Correspondence Sol cited. .
J. U. Kmiu.NDsoK , E. U HiiuruuT.
Vrti. Vice Vttt.
CIIAS. It. HANNAN , Caihler.
CITIZENS' ' STATE BANK ,
Paid UD Capital . $ I5OOOO.O3
Surplus . . 35,000.00
Liability to Depositors. . . .33SOOO.OO
DiiiKcroits I. A. Mlllor , K. O. Oloisun , II. r .
Shugart , K. K. linrt , J. O. Kduudson , Clms. It.
Hiiunan. Transact guuoral bnnklai ; . ImMuess
Largest capital nud surplus ot any bank la
Northwestern Iowa , Interest on tlmo ilenoslti
a 1103. OrnCIK , W. II. M. 1'USKT
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
IIIAYRsevernlMioiises and lots to trade for
Council llnir ! or Omnha unimproved prop-
crty.C. _ II. Judd. COtl Hroadway. Counell Illiilfa.
I71OK Itl'NT Tno largo- store room now oc-
J-1 cupled by O. W. Units' commission IIOUBU.
I'ORscsslnn given Mnv 1st. Apply to Leonard
WANTKD To bit ! ! u good secondhand typo-
writer on Biunll monthly pnymonts. Horn-
Inijton No. pruferrud. Aailress II J.M , lleo
ohKe , Council llluirs , In.
77IOH SALE 10. ' 'I or 40 acres bl ) rods north ot
JJ ( 'lidutnuqua trromids.
44 foot lot In Stroetxvlllu on Hroadway. IJjJ.
New H-room house on IDth avenue. J..MU.
Flue lot on llentou struct OUxlai , tAiH
Good farm In NohrnsKii to tradu for city
J.ota in Mulitn's suli. , JKOTo JIOJ. easy terms.
J.ots in Kiddles3J50 to tl.OXl
1'lno lot on 7th live. , HOxl.'li , will inako : i good
lots. A great bargain , only JI.OUO.
Uuod'XI ' toot , lots on Ave. 0 , 1 block from
Northwestern tract , 11.1) ) each.
li room hoiiso on Madison St. , I Dloclc from
llrnadwuy. very cheap.
M toot lot on AVP. II , corner of 18th ( it. . JHX ) .
Finest residence lots In the city at Il,7n0 sacin.
1'lrst mortgage loans.
W. C. Stacy \ Son.
Room 4. Opera block. Council Hindu.
T7\0lt \ SA1.K Ata bargain A OOJ-acro ranch
J100 miles from Omaha. In llr.st class lo
cation and A. No. I In every ruspoct. This bar
gain will repay ti close Investigation. I'orimr-
tlcnlar.i call on or address J. D. Johnson. No.
10 1'enrl Bt. , Council llluTa.
FOIt'SAIjK Or rent. Kim clans incut mar-
lent nnd all tools. Good openlmr. Apply
dulcE. .Macedonia meat market , Maceilonla. la.
W ANTIJD A good couk at r.mmct house.
1KIS. fithHt. Mr * . Dnrgan.
pOUNOIfj UfjUFFS property for sale at , grca
\J bargains. Tha follonln ; : , amoni ; the in on
beautiful liome.s In the city , will he sold a
great bargain * , on monthly payments , or term
to suit :
Three now S-ronm IIOIHOJ on lluroln avenno
two blocks from electru ; motor Imu.
Two now 4-room houses four blo-Uf from
dlectrlo motor line on North Huveuth Htieet.
Una new fV-room hotis four lilocKi , from elec
tric motor line on NorHi Seventh streot.
Throe new n and 0-room hotisos ono block
tram electric motor line corner Avenue A and
llesldos thu abnve I have home ? nnd loti la
all parts of the city.
One now 'i-rootn ' house on M1U st.
C.II' Juild.UJU llroadwiiy. Council Illuirs.
GASH for Becono-hand furniture , .stovos and
cnriicts , A. J. Mandol , 'lii Ilrondwhy.
'iTlOll KAIiH At a Dargtln : One double saw
JU and Hllcer ; one venosr innchlno with cear.
lug eomplJte. all new. stiltahlo forbasuot fn
torv. Innulro a Snydur's commission housa
Kl'earlbt. Council jlluir ? . _ _ _ o _
TT OIt HALi : Tau Haven-room cottagn u < i the
J. eoraurofua avunuu nnd ! > th Htruot. Also
the now WwUs cottage occupied by mu on 'Id
uvenuc. lUther property will lu sold oa easy
t < ! iinB. _ W. u. Jamos. _ _ _
1 < "OH SAIjtt ( Tieap oirTnnlci an organ , good
roay. Immlro W. II Mattivr.tit Ciystal
- Situation on n fnrm for man and
wife. Addio.is or cull on y. .Morris , 10(1 (
( iinham uvo , , Council lllulfH , la ,
TfAluTA I N 1 yT'osTJTuni'o , uA-rooom housed
panliy , hath room , cIoiutH , city wntor. etc.
Lot ( H.xlLU Htnhlo , conl nnd wood house. Hear-
Ini ; fruit , line location. One-third down , Iml-
unco to unit N O. Wnrd. 405 llroadwny.
1710K H.UI5-ily rasldancj , RSI Willow nv-
-L' emiio , on KontliHldo of Iliyllts part. Hinted
by steam , lighted by electricity and containing
nil modern Improvements. Lot IOU bv J ) feat
Also will veil or uxchnngo for improved city
property , my farm off > "U acres , ton milcKcast
ot Council lllnlM. N. M. I'usey. Council Illuira
VfKW ImproTud real omto to tra'u fo ? ualra
i-i proved Omnha or Council Illulfs prupjrty
(7. ( II. Judd , CM Ilro dway.
or llent Garden land with homes
IIlOHBALK 1 Illco Mi Main st. . Council IIIIKM. ,
The boat nBBortmontof
PAINTBHS TRESTLES ,
Extension Ltuldora and
Polo und Stop Ladders.
Wm.Lyle Dickey & Co. , !
Tel , 0'3 H03 Douglas Street , Omaha.
1 export In a few day * the
flm Importation In tlili yvur
ot Gray Afiican Parrots
and as I bavo ninny 01 dtra for
I no mon hiind iilrcudy , 1 beg
toHucure yotiunoof tliei-uniro
but EXCELLENT TALKERS ,
by giving orders by Monday
and Tuesday ,
Xo. 417 South 16th Street , Oiuahu , Nob.
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