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c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ? WEDNESDAY. , JUNE 25 , 1800.
BIRKIIA'OSER IS APPOINTED ,
The Oombino's Ohcrished Bchomo Consum
mated Last Night.
IT WAS THIRTEEN AGAINST TWO ,
Another Mvoly Hogsloii of tlio Conn-
oil C'liiilrinan Clinirec' Milken a
llliifr and IN Promptly
It Is now Chairman clllrkhmiscr of the
6oanl or public works.
The combine's chcrtalicil schcmo was con-
Burnmntcd hist nlglit , but not until scvcra
members of the council , nnd the outsiders
who were fluffKluK for IHrkhiiusor's appoint
incut , hud been given u nervous chill.
Itlrkluuisor was on Imnd early , ehiipcronei
by John T , Cliirko. Ills chief supporters
Dlurner , ChafTce , Uuvls , Shrlvernml Wheeler
wcro on hiind , but tbo quorum that ho longed
Tor was very Blow in coming. Olson anil
Jiludsou and Morunrty came In , and Ulrlc-
Imliscr slock advanced. Then Mr. Lowry
arrived , nnd the thermometer dropped sevcru
degrees. This nmda nine members , ono short
of a quorum. At 80 : ! ! o'clock Air. Cooi > cr
nrrived , nnd the Hlrkhauser contingent was
thrown Into a cold sweat. If the council
xvns called to order and Illrkhnuscr's ap
pointment came In , Lowry's vote
would kill the conllrmatlnn. Something ,
jntist bo done. An attempt , highly unsuccess
ful , was made to bring Mr. Lowry over , nm
this fulling , the quorum was temporal-it }
broken by the retirement of two of the faith
ful from the room. HlHilniuser rushed frail-
tlcnlly down Htiilw and found O'Connor mil !
Osthoft coming like unwilling boys to school.
They were bundled into the council chamber
Just us the meeting was called to order , with
nil the members present except Bet-hoi , San
der and ford.
Among the Jlrst papers read by the clerk
was Blrkhauser's appointment , us follows :
To the honorable city council : Gentlemen
As Mr. St. A. D. Biilcombo's term as mem
ber and chalrm.in of the board of public works
lias expired , Ihavo thohonortosubmitthanp-
polntment of P , W. Blrklmusor as member of
the board of public works , and hereby do-
filgnato him the chairman of said board , sub
ject to j'our-conflnnatlon. Hereto attached
ilr.d petition asking such appointment. Very
respectfully , K. C. Cu.tnisd ,
Accompanying the appointment w is u peti
tion to the mayor , signed by Hoburt Williams
nnd a hundred or more other democrats , ask
ing the appointment.
On roll-Mill the appointment was confirmed
by the following vote :
Yeas Blumcr , Cooper , Davis , Donnelly ,
Madscn , Olson , OstholT , O'Connor , ChafTce ,
Wheeler , Morearty , McLeurio , Suriver 111.
Nays Lowry , Kaspar 2.
Absent Bi'chol , Ford , Sander 3.
Mr. Blrkhtiuser's bond in thosumof * 15,000.
with J. R CJurdner , E. 1'aulscn , Charles II.
Brown and John T. Clarke as sureties , was
The city attorney presented a report upon
the ordinance presented by the Omaha Eco
nomical Water company , providing for the
city of Omaha an abundant supply of water
for manufacturing and domestic purixues.
The city attorney reported that the ordinance
In question gives the proposed company
sweeping and unlimited power to invade
litreets , alleys , highways , passages , squares
nnd putillc pluccs. In consideration of such
unlimited power the company agrees to fur
nish free of churgu to the public schools , etc. ,
"water , " without specifying the
quiintltv or the regulations under which the
water shall be furnished. There is nothing
in the ordinance which flxes with any degree
of deilniteness the manner in which streets
shall bn opened and the public places ex
cavated. "Tho experience , " said the city
attorney , "of abutting property owners on
South Sixteenth street , growing out of the
removal of the pavement ( for which they
hud partially palm by the motor company ,
nnd the restoration by the council to the
motor company of the deposits made
for such removal without re
gard to or consideration of the
rights of abutting owners , who had partially
paid for this pavement , ought not to bo for
gotten in this connection. " The report con
cludes with the statement that "tho otill-
nunco Is crude , vnguo and unstitisfuetorv ,
nnd , if It Is. to bo passed , should bo carefully
nnd completely revised in such manner as to
protect interests of the city. "
The report was referred , with the ord
inance , to the Judiciary committee.
A. II. Xiinucr tiled a co'iiplulnt against the
Thomson-Houston elcctrlo light company.
"That had better go to the committee on
( jus and electric lights , " said Mr. Wheeler.
"Supiwso you let us hear it , " said Mr. Ost-
lioff , and the communication was read.
Mr..miner , in his complaint , stated that
lie was agent of the United States electric
company of Now York , manufacturers of
electrical power machines , and was brought
In contact with purchasers of electric motors.
Thy complaint continues : "It appears that
in cases where a party desires to arrange
Ills power plant for future requirements by
purchasing a motor of larger capacity than
his present wants , said Thomson-Houston
electric light company will accept contracts
nnd payment for such amount of power , pro
vided their motor is used. If tiny other nuiko
Is used they decline to furnish power or make
contracts for less than the rated capacity of
motor. Said Thomson-Houston electric
light company also threatens prospective
purchasers that they will not furnish current
lo any other motor than their own manu
The matter was referred to the committee
on gas and electric lights.
The request of Sanitary Commissioner
Morrissey for ollico furniture at a cost of not
inoro than ? -tO wits granted.
Mr. Lowry opposed the expenditure and
began explaining his position on the garbage
business In general.
"Explain your vote. Mr. Lowry , " said
President Uhaffco , with a vicious rap of the
gavel , "but don't enter Into a discussion of
matters not before the house. "
"MyniimoIsnotOlesen , " said Mr. Lowry ,
"and I don't want you to nip at mo in that
way , I want to bo treated as a gentleman
when I am on the floor , oven if I don't vote
Further hostilities wcro cheeked nnd the
roll culled , granting Mr. Morrissoy's request.
Appraiser W. .1. Kennedy presented a com
munication promising a report on the pro
posed Chun go of gnulo of Hamilton street
from Twenty-fourth street to Lowe avenue
for the next meeting of the council.
The request of Chief Seavoy for an ordi
nance preventing the obstruction of sidewalks
was referred to the committee on sidewalks
j nnd bridges. ,
A protest agulnst the proposed paving of
Martha street from Tenth street to Thirteenth
Btreet was referred to the committee on pav
ing , curbing and guttering.
On the request of the North Twentieth
street property owners for the lay Ing of water
nmlus on Twentieth street from N'lcholus to
Lake , the city attorney was asked for his
opinion us to whether or not the city can ro-
qulro the water works company to lay mulns
without pluclng Hro hydrants.
( Jus Inspector Hubert's request for on ad
ditional door to the tmko oven ho uses for an
cilice. In the new palatial ix > llco headquarters ,
was reforml to the committee on publlo prop
erty mid buildings to report the estimated
The city engineer recommended the pluo-
ing of enlarged catch basins on Fourteenth
street near the railroad tracks to protect the
property In that vicinity from dumugo by
ovorllows. Tlio iccommcndutlon wus'con-
cut-red In and the board of publlo works In
structed to have the nocimury work made.
Ucsolutions Increasing the salaries of a
clerk In the comptroller's oStw , the city
clerk's stenographer und the plumbing in-
specter's clerk ouch $10 a month , were
udopted und afterwards reconsidered und
laid oil the table.
The comptroller was Instructed to purchnso
nine cople.4 of the new city directory for use
by the heads of various t-fty ilepurtmeuUi.
The mayor sent In u letter from Claudius
Van Tmist'llor Hosier , nn usplring aeronaut
of Wichita , ICiin. , who thinks ho can get a
largo crowd to como to Omaha ou July 4 and
watch him parachute from u balloon 'J.UOO
foot In the air , Ho wrote that ho would como
if the council would oITer the neeessiii-y In
ducements. The matter wus referred to the
committee on police with Instructions to tulie ,
nocessury prohibitory measures to moot the
case.Tho claim of W. H. Puyutcr for $ XX ) d nui
age caused by the ruin of Juno ! i wus referred
to the coninilltee ou claims.
Tbo siHjclul couituitteo upyoluteu to luvostl-
gnto the city Jail Job pmscnfed n report rec
ommending the payment o ( the bills /or the
work nnd mutorlnt except Frco's SiOO bill for
plumbing , which was recommended bo re
ferred to the committee on sewerage.
The report recommended that hereafter IK
work bo done of this character except by
contract nnd Underestimates furnished.
The council had nlrcady been In session
over three hours , nnd hud wmnuled on over }
possible subject , hut the members came ui
fresh for n lengthy discussion of the report.
Mr. O'Connor asked for further time.
Mr. Wlirolcr roared. The bills , ho said
had already been approved by the comicl
nnd should bo paid. The Investigation was
all buncombe of the worst sort.
Mr. ChalTco wanted to know why the com
mittee had not held meetings for taking evi
dence on the alleged steal.
Mr. MoLourle , as a member of the Investi
gating committee , explained that ho had
looked ut the work , and us far as ho knew the
work and the bills wcro all right , and ho
could not sec any use for an Investigation.
Mr. Coo | > cr , also a member of the commit
tee , explained that ho hud seen the work and
was satisfied with It.
After the members had nil talked nwhllo
the rejKH-t was recommitted to the committee
with * Instructions to rejiort whether or not
the charges made against the committee hav
ing the work In charge tmo or not.
It was nearly midnight when this business
was disposed of , and Mr. Lowry moved that
the council adjourn until this evening.
"I'm going now , " said Mr. Wheeler.
"I may have to call you back , " said Mr.
"If you have any ono who can bring be back
you'd better send him after me , " said the
irate major , us ho stalked out of the room , u
picture of otTcndcd dignity.
"Why don't you cnfl him back I" de
"It ain't fair. Treat us all altko.
"Bo men or boys , ono or the other , " yelled
the chalrmaln with rising anger. "If you
want to adjourn to anv Unto name the date. "
"Move wo adjourn. " yelled the members
present In chorus and walked out. leaving the
big bunch of ordinances on the clerk's ' desk.
The only railroad train out of Omnlia
run expressly for the ucx'ommodiitloii of
Oinahn , Council BlulfH , Don Molnos und
Chicago business IB the Rock Island
vestibule limited , leaving Omaha ut 4:15 :
p. in. dully. Ticket Oilleo IGOi ! , Sixteenth
and Fiiniiun st. , Omaha.
The Veteran Firemen.
The Veteran Firemen's association drilled
on Jackson street lust night under the direc
tion of J. J. Donelly , Jr. Nearly all of the
members wcro In full uniform , nnd they pre
sented a very line appearance. A largo num
ber of movements wcro gone through in a
very creditable mtnncr
After the drill a short meeting was hold
In the police court room , at which time it
was decided to meet at Max Meyer's store ,
Sixteenth and Furnam , at " : ; ! ! ) n. in. today ,
and march from there with the Ancient Order
of Hibernian band to the depot. The Durand
ho-io company will accompany the "vets" und
will have the Union Pacllic band , so that the
Omaha contingent will bo a prominent fea
ture in the parade.
A letter from the G. W. Holdrcgc hose
company was read , expressing regret tlut the
members would not ba able to attend with
the other Omaha companies.
Each "vet" will carry a black umbrella ,
which will bo raised during the parade to
shield the portly ' boys" from the burning
sun.Chief , ! . J. Galllgun announced that bo hud
received a telegram stating that the veterans
would bo allowed to compete for a handsome
banner offered for the finest appearing com
The gallant veterans will return this even
ing at l > o'clock.
Gcorgo Campbell , Hopkinsville , Ky. , says :
Burdock Blood Bitters is the best prepara
tion for the blood and stomach ever manufac
In the Commons.
Loxnox , Juno 2-1. In the commons tonight
Healy asked the speaker to rule on the ques
tion whether thcrowas _ a precedent for the
earmark licensing fund. The speaker's
reply created a sensation. He made a long
speech , giving the opinion that there wus u
precedent for such a fund. To allow the
earmarking license fund to accumulate , as
the government proposed , ho thought was a
grave innovation , which the house itself
ought decide upon. The ruling was received
with opposition cheers. After further debate
the ministers retired to discuss the speaker's
opinion. Lord Hnrtlngton und Chamberlain
ulvised the cabinet to drop the clauses. No
definite conclusion wus arrived at , but it is
understood tlmt Hltchio and Goschen have
recognized tbo impossibility of retaining tljo
clauses and will allow them to bo dropped
while retaining their portfolios. On return-
ng to tbo house Smith asked that further
consideration of the licensing bill bo post-
loned to give the government time to con
sider the speaker's ruling. Ho promised to
announce a decision next Thursday.
The now ollicos of the great Rock Js-
niul route. 1(502 ( , Sixteenth und Fiirnum
struct , Omaha , uro the finest in the city.
Call and see them. Tickets to all points
east at lowest rates
Nr.w YOUK , Juno 2 1. The Turners' convcn-
lon today adopted a resolution signifying
lisapproval of any change In the present irn-
nigrution laws and pledging its members not
support any congressional candidate who
lid not. The next Imnd 'turnfest will bo
icld in Milwaukee in l&'J ) and the next con-
entlon In Washington in lb'J2. Resolutions
voro passed looking to the adoption of the
\ustrullun ballot reform system tun ) thoclce-
lon of president by popular vote instead of by
electors. The proposition to establish n life
nsuranco company among members of the
burners bund was rejected.
A handsome complexion is ono of the great-
st charms u woman can possess. Pozzonl's
Complexion Powder gives it.
Charter Oak 1'nrk Races.
HAIITFOUD. Conn. , Juno 24. This was the
penlng day at Charter Oak park. The
vcather wus lino. Summary :
2:10 : trot , purse $ C > ( X ) Kox first , Early Bird
econd , Albion third , Eastern Boy fourth.
Mil pace , purse $000 Alexander Boy first ,
Vllen Mala second , Monkey Holla thlrdothcrs
Irawn. Best time 2:10) ) .
A SiiROiulol | "Wisconsin rank.
MILWAUKHI : , Wls. , Juno 2-1. A special
rom Hartford , Wis. , says the Bank of Hnrt-
ord has suspended payment , owing to the
allure of the Park National bank at Chicago ,
mil un assignment has been made. No stato-
nent of the assets and liabilities has been
irepnred yet , but the deposits amount to
ibout f 10,000. ,
AcoUlcnt to Colored Masons.
LAWW.SCK , Ivan , , Juno 24. The three rear
coaches of the excursion train bearing colored
tlusons from Kansas City , on the Union Pa
cific , Jumped the track near hero this morn-
ng und went into a ditch. About thirty per
sons received slight bruises and seven wcro
mlnfully but not fatally Injured.
Bo sure und use Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing
Syrup for your children while teething. 25
cunts a bottle.
Kxvl nloruliin ) Convention Conulndeil
CmoAdo , Juno 24. The general convention
of Swcdcnborglans hold the concluding scs-
lens today. The resolutions looking to
rutcruul greeting to other religious bodies
vlll bo reported upon next year ,
\VnHhcil Out llrlilKCN and ItnllrnnilH.
MILWAUKEE , Wls. , Juno 24. A special from
Lacrosse , Wis. , says a violent rain last night
vashed out highways , bridges and railroads
n every direction. Trains nro lute and many
mvo been suspended.
Three Children Drowned.
OWATON.VA , Minn. , Juno 24. Three children
of John ICujuwa , Hying at Medford , seven
ntles north of herd , were drowned In Stc-
Ight river today.
Only on Ono Condition.
WASHINGTON , Juno 2-1. Delegations from
St. Puul and Minneapolis today had u confor-
iice with Suixji'lntondcnt Porter regarding
ho census mutter. Mr , Porter said he would
order u recount only upon the production of
positive proof of gross Inaccuracy.
Proceeding" of the ftn'a Convcntloi
Si'iiixoriKUi , 111 , , Juno 21. The republlcnt
stuto convention met in this city nt noon toda >
and was called to order by General James S
Martin , chairman of the state central turn
mlttcc. Gcncnd Martin presented the immi
of Horace S. Clark of Coles county for tern
porury chairman nnd ho was ununlmousl >
elected. Clark was escorted to the chair am
addressed the convention , eulogizing the re
publican party and its record , recounting Its
achievement In war nnd pence. At the close
of the chnlrman's address the temporary or
gnnl/.atlon was completed. The secretaries , as
selected by the state committee , wcro nn
A dispatch was read from Senator Cullen
congratulating the convention nnd the party
on the prospects , state nnd national.
Districts were called nnd the members of
the various committees were announced. The
following is the stuto central committee us
announced : Pliny B. Smith , Chicago ; Q.
J. Chott , Chicago ; Hnnry Hertz , Chicago ;
E. S. Conwav , Cicero ; S. Fruzlor ,
Aurora ; George S. linpcr. Hockford : Thomas
Dlller , Sterling ; Thomas C. Fullerton , Ot
tawa ; E. A. Wilcox , Mlnonk ; I. C. Edwards ,
Peoria ; Prlton Roberts , IMonmontli ; U. H.
Kelt , Qulney ; Clarence Paul , Springfield ; D.
Bllnn , Lincoln ; James H. Clark , Mattoon : H.
Jones , Robinson ; J. Ilanilln , Shelbyville ;
Henrv Briiggermunn , Alton ; Jnmes S. Mar
tin , Salem ; W. S. Hhcut , Marlon.
It was decided to refer all resolutions to
the committee without rending or discussion.
A recess was then taken.
After recess the commlttco on permanent
organization reported the following perma
nent ofllcers nnd the report was unanimously
General John McNulty , Bloomlngton ,
chairman ; C. A. Partridge , Waukcgan , sec
retary ; George D. Buckingham , Danville ,
and L. F. Watson , Watseka , assistant sec
retaries ; John T. Lews , Monmouth , reading
A breeze was created In the convention by
the presentation of a resolution to elect two
members of the suite committee nt large.
The resolution was offered by E. H. Wright ,
colored , an employe In the secretary of state's
olllce , and wus voted down. It was renewed
'by ' E. H. Morris , colored , or Chicago , who
made an uppcal in behalf of colored repre
sentation in the central committee. This ap
peal met with favor and the resolution
E. H. Wright , author of the resolution ,
then nominated E. H. Morrb , colored , und a
delegate from the Fifteenth district nomi
nated A. M. ( "Long" ) Jones. There wus
considerable opposition to the nomination of
The following gentlemen were placed in
nomination for state treasurer : Franz Am-
berg , Chicago ; Cicero. J. Lindly , Greenville ;
G. W. Brown1 , Vandulia ; C. H. Willis , Me
tropolis ; Conrad Secrest , Watseka.
The first ballot resulted : Amberg , 410 ;
Lindly , 235 ; Willis , 73 ; Brown , 78 ; Secrest ,
A second ballot was taken , but before the
result was announced , it being evident that
Amberg hud secured a majority , It wus
moved that Amberg be nominated by accla
mation. The motion carried unanimously.
For state superintendent of public instruc
tion Prof. Freeman of Aurora was nomi
CDr. Richard A. Edwards , the present in
cumbent , moved that the nomination bo made
unanimous by acclamation. This was done.
C. J. Neoly of Cook , W. A. Mansfield of
Cook and Charles Bcnnettof Coles were nomi
nated on the llrst ballot for trustees of the
The platform adopted declares In favor of
the Australian ballot system , demands the
suppression of trusts and monopolies , re-
alllrms the declaration of the republican
m.tional convention with reference to civil
service reform , favors the use of both gold
und silver as money , endorses the republican
protective policy , approves the disability pen
sion bill , and favors proper and practical
methods for abating the evils of the liquor
Ilenominatcd Cor Congress.
EMI-OHIA , Kan. , Juno 24. The republicans
of the Fourth congressional district today
rcnominutcd Harrison Kclloy.
Sheepshend Hay Ilncc' .
SHIIKPSIIKAD BAY , N. Y. , Juno 24. Sum
mary of today's races :
Futurjty course , three-fourtjis of a mile
ITairview won , Lord Harry second , Prescilla
third. Time 1:11. :
Mermaid stakes , three-year-old fillies , mile
nnd one-eighth Her Highness won , Gloam-
ng second , Flora Ban third. Time 1 :57.
Mile and three-sixteenths Folsom won ,
Padishah second , Eon third. Time 7:0j : : ! l-5.
Coney Island stakes , mlle and one-eighth
Firenzi won , Prince Royal second , Senoritu
third. Time 1 :55j :
Zephyr stakes , two-year-olds , three-fourths
of a mile Bnlcro won , Vagabond second ,
Russell third. Time 1:10. :
Milo and one-fourth Brian Boru won ,
Hnucocas second , Vengeur third. Time-
Jill 4-5. _ _
Killed ills Two Ilrotliers-lii-Tjaw.
FjtcuoNiA , Kan. , Juno 24. John Pee today
shot nnd killed Joseph and Mark Angeling ,
its two brothers-in-law , llvitig on a farm a
few miles from hero. They had all been on
.ho best of terms und Pee approached the
, wo brothers , shotgun In hand , and threat
ened to shoot them. They regarded his threat
is a joke. Pee raised the gun and fired ,
shooting Mark through the breast , then ro-
.reating n short distance ho fired again , In
stantly killing Joseph. Pee is under arrest.
lie shows signs of mental derangement.
At Now York The Elbe , from Bremen.
At London Sighted : The City of New
'rom Now York. . *
At Liverpool The Burrowmoro nnd tho-
Queonsmoro , from Baltimore.
At Philadelptu The British Princess , from
At Boston The Oruumore , from Ham
Spirited Dotmto in tlio
Bmu.i.v , Juno 24 , There was n spirited
debate in the reichstag today over the army
jlll. Chancellor Von Cnprivi declared that
.ho federal government would neither drop
the bill nor accept the amendments. Federal
; overnments could not agree to curtail ser
vices , but ho was authorized to say that a
much larger number of men will ho placed on
; ho retired 1'st ' In the autumn. The federal
government hud met the reiehstug fair enough
md ho therefore urged the adoption of the
jill. Debute wus adjourned.
Flvo Senmen Killed In a Collision.
LONDON , Juno 2 1. The bark Ethel , bound
from London to Brisbane , collided off Port-
and today with the steamer Umhlllo , bound
from Natal to London. One of the Umblllo's
crow anil four of the Ethel's were killed by
falling spars. The Ethel sunk. Tier crow
boarded the Umhillo.
Cornell's Crew Victorious.
Niw LONDON , Conn. , Juno 21. The Yale-
Cornell-Columbia freshmen's boat ruco on the
i'lmmes this evening was won by Cornell ,
time 11 : lfli ; Yule second , time 11 125 ; Colum
bia third , time 11 :2U. :
Tule Hunts Harvard ut Hall.
NKW HAVEN , Conn. , June 21. Flvo thou
sand people witnessed the Yale-Harvard
championship gumo today. Yule won by u
score of 7 to 1.
A Kcntiiulcy Lynching.
BIUNDONUUUO , Ky. , Juno 24 , Henry
Wutts , who yesterday attempted to ratio a
.wclvc-ycur-old child , was tonight taken from
ull atul lynched ,
American Itlllemen AVIn I'rlzcH ,
II uinuitn , Juno 21 , In the shooting com
petition two Americans won prizes , but In the
. ompotltlon for the silver cup they wore
jeatcn by the Hamburgers ,
Kansas City's ICstlnuttcd Population.
KIXSAU CITV , MO ; , Juno 2 1. From returns
of ull but four census enumerators the cstl-
natcd population of this city Is between
11)0,000 ) uud 200,000.
National Kdltorlul AsmHilatliin.
BOSTON , Mass. , June 21. Delegates to the
National Editorial association assembled iu
sixth nnnuat session fn the chambers of UK
house of representi es today.
KNfUAie cojtr.txv j iNNorn-i > .
Important Doolxlon by the Now Yorli
Court ill' Appcnln.
AI.UANV , N. Y. , J np 24. The decision ol
the court of nppeulA li the cose of the jicople
In the North River sugar refining company ,
written by Judge Finch , was handed down
today. It says : The Judgment sough !
luniliiHt the defcndaiffU ono that the cor.
porato state which created It asks us to
destroy , and the poiiiilty Invoked represents
the extreme vigor of Uio law. Two questions
nro opened before us first , has the de
fendant corporation exceeded its pow
ers ; nnd , second , does that excess ot
abuse threaten or harm the public welfare !
Wo find It disclosed that It lias become an
integral part and clement of u combination
which possesses over It absolute control and
dictates tfio extent and manner and terms of
Its entire business activity. The defendant
corporation has lost the jwwer to make n divi
dend and Is compelled to pay over , Its net
earnings to n muster , whose scrvunt' It has
become. Under an order from that master It
refused to reline sugar , and by that has
lessened the supply upon the market. It can
not stir unless the master approves , nnd yet
Is entitled to receive from the earnjngs of
other refineries , amassed as profits iu the
treasury of the board , its proportionate share
for division timong Its own stock
holders , who nro now owners of
substitute certificates. In return for this ud-
vuntuiro It bus become liable to to mortgaged ,
not for Its own corporate benefit nlone , but to
supply with funds the controlling board when
that board reached out for other coveted ro-
llncrlcs. All of this is admitted bv the de
fendant. The decision , after further consid
ering the information of the trust , says the
defendant could have prevented it being
founded by refusing to register or recognize
the illegal transfer of stock. They should
have appealed to the law , thus shattering the
trust nt the outset. The question to bo de
termined is whether the conduct of the defend
ant in aiding to form the trust was Illegal
In all these points which have been
reviewed. It Is found that the corporation
was doing the public un Injury.-und , in avoid
ing the state law which compels the reserva
tion of corporate rights , proved unfaithful to
Us charter. The present corporation or trust
puts upon the market a capital stock proudly
defiant of actual values and capable of un
limited expansion. It Is 0110 thing for n state
to respect the rights of ownership nnd quite
another thing to add to the possibility of n
further extension of their consequence by
creating artificial authorities In the manage
ment of such aggregations. If corporations
can combine and mass forces in u solid trust
with a Httlo risk added to the capital ulrcudy
In , within limit to magnitude , a tempting and
easy road Is opened to enormous combina
tions vastly exceeding in number and
strength any possibilities of individual own
ership. The state seeks to protect the indi
vidual rather than combinations. In con
clusion the opinion savs : The defcndent
corporation has violated 5ts charter and failed
In the performance of Its corporate duties and
that in a respect so material and important as
to Justify a Judgment of dissolution. We arc
enabled to decide that in this state there can
be no partnerships of separate and independ
ent corporations , whether directly or indi
rectly through the medium of a trust , no sub
stantial considerations which avoid and
disregard statutory provisions and restraints ,
but that manufacturing corporations must bo
and remain several as they wcro created , or
ono under the statute. The Judgment ap
pealed from is affirmed wit-h costs.
Supreme Court. I ustico Barrett , referring to
the decision , said : "This is u matter in which
I have taken greater interest , I think , than in
any other which has como before tne.
Dn the street the sugar people and those
nterested In the trust appeared to bo more
unused than disconcerted by the decision of
.ho court. They suv the trust has not re
ceived its death blow , but will continue.
Only the method of doing business will bo
of nn Investigation by the
CiilCACio , Juno 241 An-1 investigation into
: ho charges of boodling in the city council
was begun by the grand Jury this morning.
Evidence was presented that Mike Mc
Donald , the wealthy ex-gambler , had offered
Alderman Charles Moncar and Simeon
Wallncr $3,000 each to vote for the West
Lialte street elevated railroad ordinance.
They only got $1,300 each nnd mntlo an uffl-
luvit to that effect in the ollico of Joseph C.
Sluckin , recently released from the pcniten-
, iary for election frauds. These things were
sworn to by Mackin und his clerk.
This afternoon attachments wore issued for
the two ex-uldcrmcn Moncar and Wnllncr
and they were brought in and gave bonds for
ippeurunce tomorrow. Moncar says the nfll-
davit bearing Ills name is a forgery nnd the
whole business a conspiracy. It Is through a
nun named Peter Gable that tbo charges of
jribery nro expected to bo proven. Gable Is
i gambler nnd is sutd to have un unsavory
XOTUJB It.lME VOMMEXCHMEXT.
Spuldlnt ; Makes Some Pei-ti-
iient ItcmarkN to the Graduates.
NOTIIK JAMI ) : , Ind. , Juno 24. At the com
mencement exercises of the University
Notre Dame Bishop Spaldlng of Peoria to-
light mudo an oration to the graduates. It
was an appeal for higher civilization. The
bishop startled his hearers by giving a view
of the future of every hundred young Ameri
cans who leave college. Twenty-five , ho
said , would ruin themselves by sins of the
lesh and nt forty bo totul wrecks. Tweuty-
Ivo might fall by dishonesty or
ivo degraded by unhappy marriages.
The other fifty might bo fairly
respectable , doing the work of slaves , the
lumdrum work of making money , merely to
exist. Bishop Spauldlng's oration was u pro-
est against materialism and ho struck hard
> lows. His appeal for the higher educa-
ion ot woman and for equal rights with man
called forth n storm of applause. Ho insisted
hat the present position of woman was a
elic of barbarism. The right of woman was
o bo the equal of man in all respects. The
line was near when Americans would cease
o boast of great cities , long railroads and
nero nmteriul progress. "What can riches
juyl" he asked. "Only the outward things. "
TltOVUXiE 'AT fi 'OKAXJE
City uud County AiithorltloH IOiifagO\ \
in u War.
ST. PAUI , Minn. , Juno 21. ASpokanoFalls
pcclnl soys n serious collision occurred to-
luy between the authorities of Spokane
ounty nnd the city of. Spokjmo Fulls , grow-
ng out of. the contest between two rival
treat railways for trucks on
ho streets. The city council ordered the
ho track of ono road 'torn ' up , but It secured
iu Injunstlon from thd'superior court. Never-
heless the city authorities went ahead and
vero all nrrostcd.is They givvo bonds
md , returning , found n largo force
claying the track. They would not
leslst and the city authorities
hen arrested the sheriff nnd his men. Stuto
varrants wcro Issue'd , for the arrest of all
ho members of the-city council and the po-
Ice force and 2.V ) deputy sheriffs have been
sworn In. Tomorrow Is uwultcd with much
mxlety , us It Is foaivfl trouble may develop.
IeHtrnutlv % Colorado Timber FlrcH.
DKXVUII , Colo. , Jujio 24. The timber fires
ngtng near Ward , Boulder county , nro re-
lortcd as doing Immense damage to timber
md ranches. The lire Is beyond control and
nuch valuable mining property Is threatened
vlth destruction ,
Denial ot'a Huvolt.
CITV OP MKXICO , Juno 24. Kx-Presldcnt
lOiiznlcz , governor of the state of Guann-
uatu , telegru i that the report of a revolt
n that state 1JV. b.iseloss canurd.
Han Salvador' * ) Government.
SAX SAI.VAIIOII , Juno 24. Order has pro-
alien blnce the deposition and sudden death
of President Menedez. A now government
vas formed us follows : Provincial pres-
dent , General Carlos Ezcta ; minister of
uivlgn affairs , Dr. Manuel Del Gado ;
nlnlster of the Interior , General
\miando Flguera ; minister of noinu affairs ,
lublle credit , war nnd marine , General Hen-
amln Molllnu Gulrolo ; minister ot publlo iu-
tructioii , Do J , Froiicisco Asiiolu ,
UOVXCII , 111,1'WH XOTEH.
"Yes , sir , I would bo satisfied with
nllve , even If 1 was used up twlco as badly , "
declared Engineer W. R. Rogcrson , as ho
limped Into Tin : Br.i : ofllco yesterday morn
ing nnd detailed his experiences In the
Wnbiisli wreck ot Monday. "That was nu
awful experience , and n man wo'ildu't go
through it nllve ouco Iu n hundred times.
You see , we were running about thirty miles
nn hour as wo came up. the straight stretch
Just below there , but I always aim to take
the slack out of the train around that curve
nnd had slowed to about twenty-live miles an
hour. I saw her when she left the track.
Wo wcro about seven feet from the end of
the bridge when the forward trucks of the
engine went over. 1 applied the air , closed
the throttle and twisted down n thumb screw
to hold It there , shouted to the fireman who
was shoveling in coal to save himself , and
Jumped for the tender. I had given her the
air , but ran back Into the cab again to see
that It was nil on , nnd then.climbed on the
tender again. I had hardly reached there
when the engine Jumped Into the
ditch. Tno baggage car struck the
tender , standing It on end nnd
sending mo flying through the air. The ten
der then went whizzing past me , and the bug-
gngo car came flying after that , nnd the
other cur went over -tho other side of the
"How did I feel ? Well , It would bo hard
to tell all tlmtp'tsscd ' through my mind , but I
thought sure I was going to hind under that
engine Iu some way. It was an agonizing
prospect I eun assure you. Ono of the pas
sengers said he saw me Iu the nlr. Ho no
ticed the bumping and then felt the air and
looked out of the window Wo were on the
cur > o , nnd ho said ho saw the engine g6 over
the bank. Ho told mo that I was about fif
teen feet above the drivers when ho saw mo.
I couldn't tell anything about that , but I
know how 1 struck. 1 landed on the driver
on my hip , and then my lags cumo down.
They fell ncross the edge of the Wheel with
such force as to raise u big black and blue
ridge , and Dr. Pinnoy. who has Just exam
ined mo , snvs it is the biggest wonder In the
world that it didn't break my legs.
"I tell you I was mighty thankful that I
screwed down that throttle , for If I hadn't
the shock would have thrown it open nnd that
wheel would have been going at the rate of
sixty miles on hour. It would have ground
mo to pieces In no time. If I hud been thrown
u Httlo further , under the dome. It would have
been the sumo , as thostcam would have cooked
mo. I got out U3 soon as I could and looked
around for Andy , but the poor fellow wus no
where to bo seen. 1 realized ut once that ho
was in the wreck and supposed that wo
would have to dig him out. I went around
the end of the engine , so that I could get a
view of the whole situation. The steam was
escaping through nn inch and n half pipe un
der 140 pounds pressure und was making an
awful nolso. It gradually died away and
then everything wus as still as the grave. I
called to Andy , but received no answer , and
Just then ho came walking away from the
cab. I seized his hand and the flesh nil came
off even to the nails and his arm fell to his
side. His nerves must have been paralyzed ,
as he didn't seem to be suffering any pain.
"The escaping steam had struck against
the top of the cab and been dashed right
back into his face. I believe ho would have
gotten out , but ho must have been stunned
when he fell , us ho wus cut under the oye. It
was a horrible sight and I hope I shall never
sec another like It. The poor fellow was a
splendid specimen of physical manhood. Ho
never drank or used tobacco and was the pic
ture of health and strength. The night be
fore the wreck we stayed , of course , at the
other end of the division at Stunbcrry. Wo
both stopped ut the sumo place , and as wo
were setting outside cooling off before going
to bed ] I noticed n black cloud coming up nnd
spoke about it , saying 1 didn't believe I would
go to bed. Wo went in , however , and when
the storm struck 1 got up , put on my clothes
nnd stuyed up until It wus over. Andy
wouldn't get up , saying he wasn't afraid of
it , and slept through it ull , but for all thut he
never got homo alive.
"What caused the wreck was the breaking
of n flange on ono of the forward truck wheels.
A piece of the flange , nboukeight inches long ,
split out and we wcntolT the second revolution
of the wheel ufter we struck the curve.
It was the quickest stop I ever made , und it
was a luck- one , as the coaches or sleeper did
not leave the track. The engine in going
down spread the rails , so that the coaches
dropped on the tics , but that was all. If the
couches bud gone down they would have
turned clear over , and It would have been
awful. It is impossible to tell how many
would have been killed or injured. If I could
have seen that piece of the flange when it
flew out I could have prevented It all. They
found the piece about u quarter of a mile back
on the straight track. Of course wo could
run all right until we came to the curve.
"If I hud only been on the other side , on
the inside of the curve , wo would have run
into Silver City all right , and perhaps then I
would have discovered it , as a broken flange
is the worst thing in the world to ditch a
'train and I am always on the lookout for
them. Still I mfght not have seen it , mid
then we would have got it on the grade this
side , and it would probably have been u good
deal worse than it was.
"It was something that could not bo avoided.
A flange is liable to break ut any time. There
may bo a flaw In the casting , but it is not on
tlio surface , and the wheel may run
for years and then it happens to strike just
right and over you go. I had only had these
wheels about three months , nnd then thuy
were now. It wasn't the fault of the track.
They have been doing a lot of work along
the line during the past year , and it is in fine
shape. Thut was ono of the best stretches
on the rond. * It was a rock ballasted curve ,
with u lot of now ties Hund steel mils. The
bridges nil along the line have been thor
oughly repaired , und it was u Irtg mistake for
some of the papers to say thuto mils spread
and caused the wreck.
"I have been miming now twenty-years ,
and this is the fourth time I have gone into
the ditch. It makes me feel rather discour
aged. I was hurt worse this time than over bo-
fore. I have been on the Wabash eleven years ,
and this Is the second wreck of mine on this
road. The other time was at Rosoberry ,
whore I ran through an open switch. Wo
went down nnd tipped over. The fireman
Jumped that time and I stuyed with her. No
ono wus hurt. I am bruised along my loft
side from a point four inches above my knee
to the point of the ribs. I tho'jghtl would go
out again this morning , but 1 was too soro.
The shuking of nn engine Is hard enough on a
well man , but when ho Is sere Inside ho can't
stand It. I suppose It will lay mo up for a
couple of weeks , and then 1 will go to work
N. Y. P. Co.
Council Bluffs Lumber Co. , coal.
C. E. Woodbury is the newlv elected lieu
tenant of the Dodge light guards.
Miss Ivn Hattoniiuuer of this city nnd Mr.
G , A. Wells of St. Louis , are to bo married on
Justice Ilondrlcks tied the knot matrimon
ial for Vansen Larson und Mary L. Peterson
Special meeting of Unity Guild this iivcn-
Ing at Mis. Gunlner's , 207 South First street.
All members requested to attend.
Rev. W. Cntlicart , the newly elected minister -
tor of the Second Presbyterian church , will
tnko charge of his new flock , on July - . " > .
Dan Cnrrlgg has taken out a building per
mit for the erection of his Fourth utreet
flats. They will bo 100 x 4'J feet and will
cost $ jr tXU. ( )
The commlttco of the whole was out In the
patrol wagon taking In the city Monday after
noon nnd ascertaining what dumago was done
by the storm of Sunday night , us well us to
devise means of protecting the streets from
future floods und washouts.
J. C. nix by , steam Heating , sanitary cngl-
nrcr. im Ufo building , Omahiij 2tM Merriara
block , Council Bluffs.
A good hosu reel fri-o with every 100 feet of
hose purchased nt lllxby's.
Dr. II. S. West , poivelain crown ami briUfc'o
work , No. 12 Pearl.
S. II Wtulsworth it Co.Ml Pearl htrect ,
loaninonuy forLombard Invostmoiitcompany.
Wntch the papers for the programme.
Dalby's b.ind at tlio inlnstrcls Friday night ,
Tlio gasoline steve is moru itan crous than
thounloiulud ( tun. Save life nnd pm [ > urty by
uslnjtbo C. B. Qua und Kleutrio Llyht Co.'s
Dempsey Bros. , itrt Alain street , Is the only
jilnco in town where you can got fresh and
The Manbattuu gporliiii ; hcud 'n118 13-
I Prom now until July 1 wo nro going to
knock nil previous attempts at low prices.
Wo will gunnintca to sell you goods cheaper
than you ever bought the sumo qunlltv or
money returned. Best quality India ehnllles
fl and f cents yard. Good sateens 8 , 10 and
ItJltf cents yard : the quality cannot bo dupli
cated Iu the city at the price. All of our
fancy dress buttons nt Just half price. Just
think of It. Where can vou get such bar
gains I Only at Cully's. Wo will sell von
yard wldo sheeting ho yard Hint is better
than Lawrence L. L. Good yard wldo
bleached muslin Oc yard , worth 8. Good
dress ginghams O. 'c yard , worth
8'tf. \\o will snvo you money
on nil will to goods , Inco llouuclngs , gloves ,
mitts , hose , corsets , fans anil parasols. Baby
caps nt your own price ; wo have too iiituiv. If
you should happen to want a line wool dress
wo will snvo you at least 2. > per cent. If you
are after bargains wo arc bound to get your
trade : Ladles' Imported hem stitched hand
kerchiefs , fie , worth lOc. Hents' Imimrted
hem stitched handkerchiefs , lOe , II for SSe ,
that uro worth Just double. This is pretty
largo talk ; call and sco the goods and satisfy
yourselves. Wo give n handsome present
with each and every cash purchase to the
amount of $1.
323 Broadway , C. C. Cui.i.y.
Desirable dwellings located In all parts of
the city , for rent by H. H. Shoafo & Co. ,
Broadway ami Main st. up stnlrc.
Go and see the "Three Little Maids from
School" nt Hughes' hall Friday night.
For ono week , waterworks , $12.00. Now
York plumbing company.
J. G. Tlpton , real estate , 527 Broadway.
Oriental fancy goods , Japanese good ? , im
ported llroworks , etc. , nttho Chinese bazaar ,
027 Main st.
If you wish to negotiate n loan on chattels
real cstnto security , nt lowest rates , see K. II.
Sheafo & Co. , brokers , Broadway and Alain
street , up-stalrs.
Choice residence property contrallv located
for sale by E. H. Sheafo & Co.
If you wish to sell your property will on the
Judd & Wells Co. , C. B. Judd president , ( XX )
- - .
On account of our Inrgo
nnd increasing Prnctico ,
wo hiivo REMOVED to
nioro spacious nnd con
Drs. Betts & Setts ,
1409 Douglas St . Omaha , Neb.
WANTED Good girl by Mrs. A. 1 * . Han-
T710K SALE OHEAP-rifty empty piano
X' cases , Rood for coal and jirnln boxes , bnlld-
liiK sheds , utc. Mnollur .Mu.sk ! company.
FOR SALE or Rent Garden land , with
houses , by J. R. Rico. 1'JJ Main St. , Council
WANTED Two cnur utio young inun and
woniuii. Wanes , fc. ' . . " > o per day. Xc > . "Jo
Myn.stcr.street , Council Illulls.
T\7"ANTED Klrst-L'Ions woodworker to run
T ' moulding machine. C. llusen , Council
AIUTSINESS. Chance A party with $ . " . ,000 to
& .UOOJ can Ibid a Kood investment and em
ployment In u prolltnblo business. Kor par-
tlculais address'/ , Care lice , Council lllnff.s , Iu.
rpVI'KWRITING nnd Shorthand Lulu
JL RluxU-s has opened a general ofllco for
shorthand and tynuwrltliiK and Is prepared to
take dictation either ut tlio ofllcu or outside.
Depositions and Icpil copylm ; 1 ven special
attention. Room 4. llrown bnlldln- ' .
WHY pay rent wnen yon can buy a bomoon
tbo same terms , and In casu of your death
utany time leave your family tlio homo clear
on the following terms :
A home worth 41,000 att2 ! per month.
A homo worth if 1-VM at $18 per month.
A homo worth $2,00.1 nt. $21 per month.
A homo worth 1.000 at f'Ki per month.
A homo worth W.OM at IIS per month.
Other priced homes on the Hainii terms. , The
above monthly payments Include principal
and Interest. For full particulars call on or
address tho. I mid t Wells Co. . COO Hroadway ,
Council Itliiffs. la.
FOR I RENT Two ( ? ooil modern houses. W.
W. IHlBor. 28 1'earl Mrcet.
TmOR RENT The store room , No. 18 , fronting
-T on I'earl st. W. C. James.
TXTE IIAVK several beautiful mn.lorn house
' thutwo will trade for encumbered vai inlets
lots In Omahar Council bluffs. The Judd A ;
Wells Co. , Council lllnff.s , la.
J. D. JACKSON ,
Guaranteed DBntistrtj ;
( lolilrmwnnml tirlittiM work , InrhiilliiK nil Hurt nt
| ilnli' . linltl , I'lnllmun , Ahinmliiiii ntul LVIIulolil.
( 'ontoiirllllinjt nml continuous KUIU work special-
: tfAno the > llM given wlu-n ilcMnvl Iu cxlrnctlng J
trrlli. omco lnmr , 8 to 13 n. in , nml t to d p. m. - "
Olllro rnoin , JUJ Mprrlnm lilock , Council lllulT .
F. M. ELLIS & CO. ,
KOOIIIN 4U nnd 4i : : lire llnlldlne , Unmhn ,
Nob. , and Hooms Ull and .Mil .Morrlnm Illoolc
Council muffs , Iu. Correspondence solicited ,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
PICTURE : FRAMES
jVND ? MOULDINGS
Ever brought to tbo west nro now on ! > ale nt
our Mora , The ( roods comprise the i-ntlro
whoh'sulo stock of M. Adler , nnd wore bought
nt.sheriff'smilo at less than ' per ci-ntof
whoIcHalo vuliin. Wo will sell you picture /
fruiiii'KClH'uiior than you can buy the iinllii- A
Ishod material for. The Block comprise * tlio J/v
host grudo of goods imidp. Como and NI > O.
' Whaloy , 400 llrudwuy , Council llluffs.
The J. A. Murphy
MANUFACTURING CO. ,
1st Avcnunand 21st Street.
Sash , Doors and Blinds
Ilnnd nnd Scroll Pawlnij. Ilo-Pawlng nnd
IManlng. Sawing of all kinds. Porch llrnokoti.
Kindling wood W.50 per load delivered. Clean
sawdust by the barrel 23o. All work to ba
flrs.t-cln.ss. Telephone SM.
"YOUK 1'ATKONAQE SOLICITED. "
MAXOX & BOURGEOIS ,
FINE INTERIOR DECORATIONS.
Ilonm S.X ) Marrlam Illoolc , Council lUulTs , In.
Koom UIO N. Y. Llfo Hulldlng , Omaha. Nub.
PRACTICAL HORSE SIIOIiR.
First Class work guaranteed in
35 Fourth Street.
Council Bluffs - - lown
IB MAIN ST.
Shirts lOc. Collars 2c. Cuffs 4c. Umli > r-
sblrts 8c. Handkerchiefs ic. Socks Ho.
Ladles' clothes cheap. |
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. |
JOHN SAN KEE. I
Tuos. OFFICER. \ \ . II. M. Pusuv.
OFFICER S PUSEY ,
Corner Main and llroadway ,
Council Bluffs , - Iowa.
Dealers In foreign and domestic e.\ehati a
Collections made and Interest paid on lima
J.D. EDMU.NU30.V , E. ISlUIOAIlT. .
CHAS. R. HAXKAN , Cashier.
OF COU.N'Cir. III.UFFS.
Paid Up Capital $160,000 \
Surplus nnd Profits 0,000
Liability to Depositors. 300,000 V
DliiKCTons I. A. Miller , K. O. Gloason , K. It \
Hhiutart , E. E. Hart , J. I ) . Kdnuimlson , C'hus
11. Itanium. Transact ncnerul banking busi
ness. Largest capital nnd surplus of any
bank In Southwestern Iowa.
Interest on Time Deposits.
IB still at
14 Pearl Street ,
Mrs. 1'fulffer's Millinery
Store , with her
HAIR - GOODS.
A portion of her splendid
stock still remains unsold.
This Is the last opportunity
foi-Mierlllco biiriialns In hair
goods and ornaments.
Gas Stoves and Ranges
These stoves are the very best of their
class. They arc made in all designs aid
sizes , for all purposes , and their durabil
ity insures them to last a lifetime. Gas
only costs $1.5o per 1,000 in Council
Bluffs , and one burner consumes 10 feet
an hour , making the cost of running about
equal to gasoline , with none of its danger
WatBr Heater ,
Thin Ilenter In In to ronnrchul with the kitchen
licit wnlur holler. It will tiiku Iliu phii-oof tlio wu'.or
front In a rnnifo orroolt MOVIItmiiy nltn Iu used
In luiiililniitliin with n r.inuu or cunk stuvr , It ilo-
Irnl. It In nmilo enllroly of m t Iron anil In pnckod
with mliiunil wool butwjim tlio llnliiK anil uutiiMe.
It will hoiitii aj-Kiillmi hull , r nf H liter fioni.'o : if
12flo in olio hour , nn ; u fi-ct of aim , Hi HMQ raiaiiro
Tlu-rp nro thr u bunion lolnw the itniibto ulno
roll , u N li ] 1 , , . | , , , K , a | , i. wlilu iiml IU In. lilKli
The Jowcl h Ihn only ( ! IIH ClrciiLitlnil Water
llcutur In thu worlil tint ! la comimct , iirmorful uml
fISUI , think of III Try to mutch It. liny ono , for
It la Jiint whutyiiit wiuit.
Moro 11 inn llnj OlfTcront klniln of KIIH utove.'i ( n select
Iroin , l.ndlus , t-oniu iiml mo thuni mill try thuui.
211 AND 210. MERRIAM BLOCK.
WHY PAY HIGH PRICES
- : - FURNITURE - : -
Whnn you can get the best thnro Is mudo Inovorv line at prlons that will irit Imikriipt you
Tlu'iu Is no tustu nor purse thut wouiiniKitHiilt. Vou want to liuuiitlfy your homo , dim t y u
Tlit'u comu In und KUD how oliixuntly und ohuitply you uiin iiooomiillsli It ,
PEOPLE'S INSTALLMENT HOUSE ,
MANDKh & KI.KIN , ItM llioudwiiy , Council llluira , Iowa. '
C. A. BEEBE & COMPANY
\Vhole8iilo ami Hotiill Donlora in _
I til-Rout Stock ami Lowest I'rlcos. Dealers , koml for Catalogue.
Nos. 05 ami J.07 Uroadwuy , juid J201 uud 200 Plcrco Street , Council Bluffi ,
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