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c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , LlHlESDAY , NOVEMBER 11 , 1890.
THE OMAHA REE
OFPICn , KO. 12 PEARL ST.
Delivered by Cunlcr In uny | > art of the City.
II. W. T1I.TO.V. W/VNAOEB
flustnr M Office , No. 43.
Night KclHot , No. ZJ.
N , y. P. Co.
Ceuncll Bluffs lumber Co. . coal.
It's nliout tlino to gather In the benches
from Uioclty turks ,
1To iron for the now North Second street
bridge Is expected to arrive totlny.
Encampment No , s ; Union Veteran IcKlOn
meets tills evening at the hall on Pearl street.
A lurpo iiumbor of jubilant * will RO from
hero to Oimiha to Join In the Jolltk-utlon tlioro
Thomas Shannon will lourn something to
his ndvimtaKd by vailing on V. . Chirk , SCO
Lcavo to mnrry wni ycstorday granted
Gilbert W. Hill , of Hod OnU. , and Mrs.
Lizzie Campbell , of Council UluiTs.
The weather dnos not Intcrfcro , appar
ently , with the bulldlnir enterprises , xvhich
nro being pushed forward in nil purls of the
Judge- Carson yestoulay freed Mrs. Klla J.
Simmons from matrimonial ties binding her
to Lemuel Simmons , tbo reason being his
cruel treatment and desertion.
John Schlferll ipive his friends a card party
utlils residence on Saturday evening. There
WHS a largo number of guests present and
elegant refreshments were served ,
Yesterday In the district court a deerco of
divorce was granted to Mary II. Hiissell ,
ivho claimed that' her husband , William II.
lltissoll , had treated her badly aad drank
The grand Jury , which began its labors last
Thursday , will probably conclude today and
V > o discharged. Tneru has been an unusually
llplit amount of business , and the Jury 1ms
acted -With usual alacrity , thus making the
season iishoit one.
In the superior court a civil case has been
on trial for several days. l i which a St. Louis
Jlrm seeks to revovor for a bill of goods ,
Ycstord.iy the court room looiicd as if a doll
show wis in progress. A variety of dolls.
nnd tov dishes , were displayed , being offered
in evidence to show thg quality of goods , and
the fairness of prices charged ,
A prisoner In the county jail one day drew
upon the wall of his cell a picture of the little
tiouso In which .lesso .lames was shot. It
was an artistic bit of work and so impressed
the mind of Sheriff O'Neill that when bo was
in Kt. Joseph the other day ho was nulo to
nick out the house by the remembrance ot
the picture , so llfellko and true was the
The press continues to give the most favor-
ornblc notices of the "Haby Hand , " an Itifun-
tllo musical organization that has made an
engagement to appear in the opera house in
this city next l-'rlday night and give a per
formance for tbo benefit of the Woman's
Christian hospital. It promises to bo a very
novel nnd pleasant entertainment , uud this
coupled with the additional fact , that they ap
pear in tbo Interest of a very worthy cause
will bo the means of lining the opera house.
Another attempt , the second In the past
month , was inndolast night to burglarize the
residence of George II. Wheeler of Iho linn
of Wheeler & Herald , on Harmony street.
U'ho uninvited guests wcro again frightened
away before they succeeded in cffcctinpr an
entrance. 'At about the same hour on Sun
day night , it Is reported in the neighborhood ,
that nu attempt was made to burglarize the
residence of Officer Murphy , who lives near
the bridge on Benton struct. The latter case
was not reported at the police Ucadu.ua ! tors ,
"With fuel gns at % : cents a thousand , and
the llncat , water system iu the country. I
don't want any better place to live in and do
business hi than hi Council Blulfs , " said a
citizen yesterday. "Wo raise the finest
1 rults , the most lucloua and abundant vegeta
bles and tbo host of ovemhlng that grows
in this latitude , and with gas to beat our
liomcs at less expense than it costs the people
ple In most of the most favored localities In
the natural pas region In the east , I don't see
what inoro wo could nslc or hnpo for. Coun
cil Bluffs had aboat the llrstpractleal electric
street railway in the world , and now wo ai-o
liromised the llrst cheap gas plant to bo
erected in the country. Council Bluffs Is
good enough for mo. "
County Clerk Chambers had some interest
ing experience Avith n wonlJ-bn groom and
Tils unwilling brldo yesterday afternoon.
Uoth parties wcro from Oinnhti and applied
to the cleric for a mnrrlugo license. In the
cross examination that followed it was devel
oped that the young woman , who was twen
ty-seven yean , old , had been divorced three
days before iu Oinuhn , and the man , a portly
nnd wealthy Ormar. aged llfty , had In
duced the woman to como over hero
nnd upply for n liccr.so before she had
consented to marry him. The courting hail
boon douo second hand through the attorney
that had procured the dlrorcofor the woman.
"Whey she was called upor , to sign the mar
riage * register she refused. She seemed to
roallzo for the first tlino what was expected
other , and became very hysterical and cx-
cited and ran out of the roo/ii / , and neither the
attorney nor the anxious wooer could induce
her to return nnd complete- ' contract.
SAIjKt SAMS !
The Boston Store.
Opens a great clearing1 sfilo to mnlee room
for holiday goods. Commences tomorrow ,
Monday morning and continues for this week
only. Don't fall to attend , Some of the
greatest bargains in dry goods , Inn , cloaks
and shawls will bo ottered , the II Uo never
Sale for this week cnly.Boston
Boston Store ,
WHITELAW & co.
Hooks made with special ratings for whole-
ealo unil retail trade by Moorohouso & Co. ,
Council Bluffs , la.
I'tiltSOXAI , J'.t IlAGJlAM'Ilfi.
Mis.i Llnnla Bnbb of Osceola Is spending a
few days -with her slstor , Mrs. C. Spruit ,
1100 Fifth aronuo.
C. L , Gillette has returned from Chicago ,
where ho was called by the death of ula
Arc you interested in first class heaters 1 If
TOU are , then buy the famous Peninsular
lieators. They nro highly recommended by
those who use them ; they nro the llnest fin
ished nnd the prices nro lower than all imita
tions. Our stock of cook stoves from $7.50 to
JIO.OO gives you the greatest variety to select
from. Ourlluoof furniture , carpets , hang
ing lamps , window shades , parlor suits ,
lounges in largo variety. Como nndscous ,
wo will treat you right.M.txnr.i
M.txnr.i , & KLEIN ,
_ 820 Broadway.
Death ofVII1 Clnyton.
1 ho news has been received from Mvja
donin , this county , of the traglo death of
Will N , Clayton , which occurred Saturday
night. The deceased was the eldest son of
lion. H. F. Clayton' , ono of the most promi
nent men in the county. Death was the ro-
Btilt of tha accidental discharge of a shot gun.
Details of the accident nro very moagro. It
Is only known that ho was out hunting
mid whllo handling the gun let it
fall. It struck on the hammer nnd was dis
charged , the entire charge of line shot strik
ing him in the side , mid producing n frightful
wound , from the effects of which ho Uh.it in a
short time. Clayton graduated from Simpson
college Juno last and had a promising future ,
'i'lio funeral will bo held tomorrow at i ! o'clock
nnd will bo in charge of the president ot
Simpson college. Ho was tbo youngest
graduate over sent out of Simpson college.
Scott House. ! > 5 ct. meals , 25o ,
Scott House. Best $1.00 per day house in
Dr. Soybert. lies , Ogden house. Tol. 140.
Ono dollar buys a pound of tea and a bcauti ]
tul teapot. Lund Ilros , , -3 South Main street
Gents' underwear in great variety nt prices
to suit all at Model Clothing Co. , L. II
Mossier , Mgr. _
China tea sots at Lund Bros. '
J. Q. TlpUm , real estate , 527 Broadway.
THE NEWS IN HIE BLUFFS ,
A Serious Hitch Discovered in the Oount of
Second Ward Ballots ,
THE CITY'S DOCUMENTS INSECURELY KEPT
Ocinunils lor Jfow Vaults , V $1OOOO
lji > ; ht ami AVutcr 1'or
Avoun Death of Will
The county board of supervisors yoterday
began the ofllelal count of the recent election.
They had not proceeded far before they
struck a snag. The returns from the Second
ward of this city seem mixed. The rcgiitcry
hooks and poll bpoks did not tigrco. It seems
that the clerks In filling out tbo books found
it necessary to add some extra shoots , there
not being enough bound In tha books. So
with the tally sheets. Some of these loose
sheets wcro placed in the ballot box Instead
of being returned with the books , and others
of these loose sheets evidently got mislaid
altogether. An effort wni made yesterday to
get some satisfactory straightening ot the returns -
turns , but it seemed such u pnzzlo that it was
decided to sleep over it and determine today
whether a recount would bo necessary or not.
The returns on the Judges seem to bo in
error In some unexplained way. Tlioro ap
pear lo have been IK ) votes more cast for the
judicial tlckeutunu for the other-tickets , it
Is not thought that the muddle will cause
any change in the results of the election ,
The only republican on the Judicial ticket
who has not a round majoiity , far beyond uuy
danger , is Walter I. Smith. Ills majority ,
as gathered from the unolllcinl report shows
lilin to have been mfely elected , The
olllclnl count whittles down his majority
some , so that it now seems evident that his
election is closer ihm : was estimated a few
days ago. The count of fie Seconil ward Is
therefore watched by his friends with n little
moro Interest than by others , 'i'hey seem
confident that ho will huvo in any event a
majority which will place his election beyond
any clianco for qulbblo or doubt , but still
there was manifest a natural anxiety on ac
count ot the close race. The returns from
the Second ward bear no evidences of fraud ,
but rather ignorance or carelessness on the
part of these whoso duty it was to euro for
The returns ot the First precinct of the
Fourth ward were found to bo rather in vs ti
lled , and the clerks were called in to explain ,
They were able to do so , the trouble being
that they had counted up the straight votes
anil placed the result in one column , instead
of tallying each vote by a separate mark on
tbo sheet.Vith this explanation the board
was MJOII able to check up the returns satis
MAKING TIMS FUR FfjY.
Henry ICIseinnti & Co. . Council 1 51 tiff * ,
Have Hindu the biggest fur and cloak doul
ever consummated in the west , and they , ut
their store In Council BlulTs , will de.il them
out to the consumers of thonorthwest nt su < : h
prices that will give thorn the trndo of the
money-saving public. Furs arc In favor this
season. Capes and muffs are immense. Hero
nro our best sellers :
Black nnd colored hare capes SS.T ) , $1,25 ,
S5.00 nnd 8U.OO.
Black Coney c.ipes from SI. 25 to $0.00.
Silver hare < > apcs , roll collars , point fronts ,
special bargain at $0.00 for capo and muff.
Astrngau fur capos and muffs at- all prices.
Wool soul capiM from iSlii.OJ upwards.
Iteal monkey capos very cheap. - '
Natural oposum capes.
Nutria uud beaver capes and muffs.
Black nstragan cloth capes.
Hillc plush imitation and real.
Scat muffs -canal's and boas ,
Every kind of fur known in setts , single
pieces or by the yard will bo offered during
this week's sale at about one-half what other
houses ask for thorn.
Children ; ) ' fur sets white Coney , gray
Coney , white Coney with black spots , snow
bare , white tibblts , astragnn cloth , 'whito
anpora , imitation lynx , nutria , beaver and
seal the greatest variety of childrens1 furs
over shown , nt surprisingly low prices.
Fur trimmings by the yard. Swan's aown
in all widths. Hot our prices before pur
CLOAKS PLUSH CLOAKS.
JllJAl ) WHAT WI5 DO.
Wo soil you a plush cloak forjl&OO that
are sold by other houses for $ ' 20.00.
Our $10.50 are sold else where for $ Xi.OO ,
our iJ'i'J.OO eloaits would bo called cheap by
other dealers f or S.'i3.0l ) , and our better grades
in proportion. Wo give nn elegant muff with
every plush cloak we sell during this weeks
CLOTH JACKETS AND NEWMARKETS
at. from $1.50 up to the llnest mado. Thou
sands to select from. Uijjht hero lot us say
that our variety is so complete that wo are
sure to suit everybody no matter how cheaper
or how line a garment they wish.
Wo have cloaks for the rich , wo have
cloaks for the medium class and poorer
people. Como to us for a cloak for u dollar
up to live hundred dollars aad wo can suit
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S ' CLOAKS
and Jackets from $1 each up to the lines
mado. A great variety to select from. iMov
novelties just received. Mothers who wen
not able heretofore to got suited in misses 01
children's garments nro especially invited tt
call and see our now line Just received. Wi
will surprise you in our elegant assortmcn
mid the low prices. Remember wo give i
ulcodoll free during this week's sale Witt
every ohild's-cloak between the ages of 2 am
12 years. Also plcaso not'oo that Hcnrj
Kiseman & Co. is the only house in thi :
western country that has these bargains
Call and see us. HUXIIY EISIIMAN & Co. ,
Council Bluffs , la.
Mail orders promptly filled.
Motor faro refunded by Henry Elscman &
Co. , Council Bluffs , to nil Oinafm customers
J. C. UUby , stoain noatlntf , sanitary on
gincer , 013 Uifo bulldln ? , Omaha ; 2J3 Alor
riuiu block , Council Illuffs.
For stoat men's clothing call at Mode
Clothing Co. , L , il. Mossier , Algr.
Will Go to Oma'ia Tonight.
At a meeting of the Fattawattamio dome
cratle club hist evening : Emmet ITinloy pre
sided. It was decided to visit Omaha tonigh
in a body , to assist in the celebration of thi
election uf Boyd. It was decided to prooun
a band tmd transparenccs. Trains will leave
the democrat head quarters at prompt 0:30
Uobort Graham , John Oliver and Emll Schur
were appointed a committee to got the GUI
club to attend. A finance committee wn ,
appointed consisting of W. H. Thomas , F.V
Perczoy. Wells Cook , John Lemflotcn am
Frank Guuuella was chosen chief mars ha
and the following aids were chosen :
First ward-0. I ) . Walters.
Second ward Iva Hendricks.
Third ward P. Lacy.
Fourth ward JotT Dtotorlch.
Fllta ward N. O'Brien.
Sixth ward-W. B. Fisher.
Madges will bo provided just before th
train leaves. _
A fresh Invoice of line cheviot suits fc
young men , Just received at Model CloU
Buy your co.il and wood of C. B. Fuel Co ,
630 Broadway. Telephone 133.
William McKcown , a farmer , is having
lot of trouble over ono hog. Ho came in will
two the other day and \vos to deliver them t
Lund fc Hiinscn , an ho claimed , on a cor
tract ho had with that firm , which is cr
gaged in manufacturing sausages and dcalin
In meat. The firm did not want but ono , an
leaving ono there ho took tbo other around t
the other shops and finally sold It. Then h
returned to get his pay for the hog in coutix
versy and found only n clerk 1
charge , who know nothing about ii
Ho * hunted for the proprietors , nn
not liudlug them , arrived ut the cot
conclusion , from various circumstances , t
him nt least , suspicious , that ho was not gc
ing to get his pay. Ho sought Justice Bat
uott's court and sued out a writ of attach
wont. The linn hastened to dopoalt the nc <
essary money to soeuro the release of th
lucofn regard to this branch of education !
work. If they wera to visit the school , the ;
would bo welcomed most corteously by Pric
stock , nnd the trial was set for yesterday. It
was coiuprotulsed by the firm paying n cer
tain amount , nnd MclCcown thought his
troubles wcro ended It seems that they nro
jut fairly begun. A suit was Hied atralnst
lilm In the superior court yesterday by Lund
& Hniisen , who claim from him $10.000 dam
ages. The petition sets forth the claim that
10 has damaged their good ropata-
: lon to that amount by publishing to
the world that ' 'the debt is duo for property
obtained under false pretenses. " meaning ,
hereby , that the plaintiffs had obtained from
.hodofemlant a hog by false pretenses. It
ooks noiv ns though the hog would provo
rather expensive to all concerned , ns court
costs and attorney fees have already eaten
up most or all of It , and the promise is given
of a still further bill.
The Hostoit Store.
Opens a great clearing sale to malto room
for holiday goods. Coinmcrices tomorrow ,
Monday monitntr nnd continues for this week
only. Don't ' fall to attend , Some of the
greatest bargains in dry poods , furs , cloaks
uid shawls will bo offered , the like never
Sale for this week only.Boston
Boston Store ,
Conncll Bluffs ,
FOTHEIUNGHAM , WHITELAW & CO.
Deficient Security Cor City Doouinoiils.
The heads ot the city departments located
n the old city building on Bryant street
dropped their busy pens for a few moments
vc-sterday afternoon and entertained Alder-
nan Wooa , who had dropped in to leak after
some of the city's business , The ofllcers and
their deputies have not recovered from the
iressof business that the last days of the
month forced upon them , and great
stacks ot books and records , stubs and
eceipts were piled upon their desks.
"There nro some conveniences about the
old building , Alderman Wood , " remarked one
of the officers , us ho turned on his revolving
stool and pulled out a bond register from a
ilgeon holo. "It It no trouble , you see , to
jet any hook or document you want. There
s no dark vault or safe to go into and limit
iround until you Hud what you want. We've
? ot all of the city's Important hooka und rec-
mls right hero in these pigeon holes , always
n sight and easy to got at. "
"But it's not a very sal'o place to keep the
city's ' account books , " drawled the aldermnu.
"Thoy might bo stolen , and they would
certainly bo destroyed If there was to bo a
llro in the building. "
"Of course they could bo stolen by any
body who took the trouble to pry up .ono of
the windows and utiloc'k the door , and there
would bo no chance of saving anything if a
lire would break out , but to chuck them In
these Dlgeon holes and pile them up on these
racks nro the the only places AVO have to keep
them. There Is not a building In the city
that could bo moro easily burglarized than
tills ono. If some fellow who hud nn object
In destroying some of the city records doslred
to get into the building ho could accomplish
it as easily as he could get Into his neighbor's
After each ono of the heath of the various
departments hud poured this kind of hot shot
into the aldermen for a few mpments the con
versation took the form of a mutual
dcmnjid for better protection for the
city records. Alderman Wood and sev
eral citizens who chanced to bo In
the building at the time were taken through
the oftices und shown the piles and stacks of
records and valuable papers that were
affordoJ no moro protection than pine boards'
could give. In the treasurer's ofllco beneath
the counter and desk are a row of book
shelves , ni > d they were all filled with volumes
of the treasurer's registers dating back sev
eral years. They contain the registers of all
warrants drawn and paid , and If they wcro
to bo destroyed the city would have nothing
whatever to show that the hundreds of
thousands of dollars worth of war
rants have over been paid , ex
cept the stubs of the warrant books.
These are piled up on the top of the big safe
in the auditor's otilco nnd would bo the first
thing to go in case of llro. In u closet iu the
rear of the ofilco are stored special assess
ment certificates that are held in trust to secure -
cure the payment of the bonds Issued In pay
ment of all the paving , grading and sewer
and other public work done in the city during
the past ton years , If these were to be car
ried away or destroyed there would bo noth
ing left for the city to use in prosecuting if
the taxpayers should refuse to pay the re
mainder of the special assessment
tuxes , nnd the result would bo that
several hundred thousand dollars' worth
of public improvements that have been as
sessed ngainst private property would have
to ho paid by the city. These are the cer-
tillcates hold in trust to guarantee the pay
ment of the bonds , the city only acting as
agent for the property owners in there deal
ings with the bondholders.
Iu tho"audttor's ' ofllco their Is the same mass
of Important documents accumulated nud
whollv unprotected. "Thero are at least
$5 < KOUO ) , worth of receipts ontopof that safe1 ,
said Deputy Auditor Auwerda. "Thoy nro
of as much value as nay other receipt , and if
they were to bo stolen or destroyed ,
it would involve the city in expensive
litigation to provo that claims had been
paid. Wo have only room in our big safe for
our sets of ledgers and journals , and wo can
do nothing moro than pile these records up in
the manner you sco them. "
The clerk's ofllco is In evenaworso condi
tion. The safe Is filled with the most im
portant books und cash , nnd there is no room
for the valuable records.
Talcing all the departments and their un
protected contents into consideration , it is
sufo to assume that a llro in the old city
building would bo the means ot damaging
the city to the extent , eventually , of many
hundred thousand dollars.
Alderman Wood was very much interested
in the dlsnttsslon and admitted the necessity
of providing safer quarters for the city's
valuable papers. He had no plan to present ,
but felt sntisliod that adequate protection
could bo/given without plunging the city into
the tremendous expense of erecting a city
ball , such as some aldermen hadsuggestcd by
procuring a special act of the legislature
enabling the city to Issue bauds to the extent
of f 150,000 for the new building. Ho thought'
that the expenditure of $2,500 , if wisely
mad1) , would afford ample facilities for caring
lor nil the records at the present time and
for Bcvoral years to como. An addition
could bo built to the present building for
that amount containing sufficient vault room
for all the records. Ho was in favor of hav
ing the matter brought up in the council at
once nud the proper stops taken to have such
an addition built.
For boys' and children's suits durably
made nnd at lowest prices , call at the Model
The Manhattan sporting ueaiauartors , 418
Won the Swuopstakca Purso.
Horsemen all over the country will bo in
terested iu knowing that the famous stallion ,
Sandwich , owned by H. 0. Graves & Sons ,
who have ft nursery and stock farm near this
city , ono at Leu's Summit , Mo. , and another
at Sandwich , 111. , carried away the honors at
the Chicago stallion show last Friday. The
largest purse offered was the sweepstakes ,
and among the competitors were some
of tha most noted horses on the
turf , but Sandwich was nn easy win
ner. Sandwich Is of royal blood , and
Is a full brother to Maud S. Chicago papers
of Saturday devoted a great deal 6f space to
the splonded performance of the handsome
stallion , nnd his line record has attracted the
attention of horse-brecdcra all over the
country. It is also a matter of u good deal ol
local prldo that such a royal animal Is owned
by Council Bluffs men. Mr. Graves and his
sons have purchased the Evans farm and arc
making some valnnblo improvements upeu it ,
Prof. MoPonnlil's SIIOCOSH.
A recent Issue of the Manitoba Da ily Free
Press devotes considerable space to a de
scription of the Institution for the deaf and
dumb , locatoil at Winnipeg , uud to the super-
intondcney of which Prof. McDcrnild was
recently called from the institution iu Coun
The Winnipeg institution Is a now brick
building , three stories in height , and with ac
commodations for llfty pupils. The Free
Pttsssaysi "There arc , it appears , some
thirty or forty children of this class ia the
province , whoso parents have no adequate
conception of the advantages nnd comforts
offered by the school in churgo ol
Principal D. W. McDennld , other
wise they would hasten to avail thorn
selves of the very liberal policy of , the prov
clpalMcDormlil , nnd would soon find him to
jo n man to whotn.'tuoy could entrust their
children , \vlth thoiifullest confidence that
they would bo kiiidlj- treated nnd taught , in n
painstaking way. They would then bo In-
: rodured to Mrs.Mplcrmld , , and would becharmed
charmed to know1 tUfct the younger children
ire under licrcspcqlal care ; us Bho has in n
ilgh degree the power to win their affection
and competency to glvo Instruction , i The
irinclpal brings to his work a mature expert *
nice , having taught in the Ontario Instltu-
Ion In the city of 1)llovuo for six years and
n the Iowa state institution In Council Illuffs
for eight years before coming to Manitoba.
Mrs. McUcrmld , who assists In the work , has
also thorough training and experience , being
a graduate of the Ouwrlo provincial Institu
tion , and having taught four years there and
two years in Council Bluffs. "
An elegant line of Melton overcoats at re
duced ratcsat Model Clothing Co.
Ilotli Iiigiit nmt AVntcr.
Avoca is soon to have electric lights. The
company , recently incorporated with a capital
stock of $10,00 ; ) , has already begun the work
of putting In the plant , nnd expects to have
it completed by the first of the now year.
The city has also arranged for waterworks.
Bonds to the amount of $10,000 have been
voted for the waterworks. The city is to
own the mains , the reservoir , etc. , whllo the
power buildings , nud machinery will bo
iwncd by a private company. Tbo scheme
is to have the cleotrlo light company put the
buildings up , own the ground , and put In the
power , unit thus operate the waterworks
and the lights with ono set of men , instead of
having two plants with a double force.
Avoca is waking up , as evidenced bv
numerous now enterprises being started
AVESTRHN AHT ASSOCIATION.
Opening of Urn Third Annual Exhibi
tion Imst ICvciilny.
The third annual exhibition of the Western
Art association was thrown open to the pub
ic last evening , the largo room on the llrst
leer of the Now York Life building having
jccn converted into an Immcnso salon by the
members of the bunging committee of the as
sociation , Messrs. Stanbury , Catllu nnd
Ana the display is far superior to any pre
vious exhibition of the association. Through
out there bus been an intelligent purpose on
.ho part of the artists , professional and ama-
.our alike , to make the best of their advan-
ages , and the result is satisfactory both to
, ho association and the art world of Omaha.
Whllo there are a few pictures on the wall
.hat will cause n smllo to niantlo the faces of
the spectators , as a whole the exhibition is
wonderfully cammcudnblo aud will compare
very favorably with that of any bimllar art
association in the west.
_ Ono thing that will particularly strike the
visitor is the great absence of landscapes ,
the artists seemingly having confined them
selves to still life and figures. Tnls relates
to the oils. In the water color department
tbo reverse is noticed , the majority of the
subjects being seascapes and landscapes ,
, vlth a llornl piece and a liguro now and then
; o give the desired relief from the monotony
But it is in the oils the greatest advance
will bo remarked. Many of the professionals
mve for the time given over painting Hewers
nud fruits , nnd have gene out into a larger
Held , which admits of broader ideas , more
unconventional treatment. Artists who last
year received honoruulo mention will tins
year stand an excellent chance for one of the
iri/.es which the association gives , and ama
teurs who were studying the groundwork of
perspective , color , lorm and size last year
imvo on the line stiidlos that will attract uni
versal attention , If they do not secure the
.onged-for "honorable mention" from the
committee of Judges.
But the exhibition must bo seen to bo ap
preciated. It Is a most worthy dlsplnv by
the young association- , which has really been
the pioneer of art In Omaha. When the as
sociation yas formed chaos fittingly reflects
the condition art was In in this metropolis of.
Nebraska. But the members of the organt-
zatioa hnvo worked nnd labored for the up-
buldingof n now order of things in which
art should have a prominent place , and the
exhibition which was formally opened last
evening will show how well the work has
During the evening the gallery was
visited by Mr. aud Mrs. Charles Cat-
lin , Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Uose-
water , Mr. and Mrs. Khodcs of New
York , Hon. George W. Llningor , Colonel C ,
I. Chase , Misss Ball , Mrs. Frances Mumaugh ,
Miss M. Buttcrfleld , Mrs. John Brltrgs , Mrs.
Edward BosewatcrMiss Uosowatcr.
Tonight the Newton art association , instead
of meeting at the Llmngcr gallery , will hold
the monthly meeting in the improvised gallery
in tho'Lifej building where an Informal recep
tion will bo tendered to Mr. John Mulvany ,
the celebrated artist , and a number of other
artists-who will have pictures in the exhibi
tion which opens in the D. M. Steele building
Preparing to Rejoice.
The marshals and aides who will hnvo
charge of the celebration tonight hold a
meeting at the Barker last night to complete
the final arrangements nud lay out the lines
of inarch ,
The head of the procession will start
nt Seventeenth uud Farnnm , marching down
Farnam as far as Tontli street. On the way
down , the ward clubs will drop into line
from the side streets , nud at Tenth street ,
the Council Bluffs delegation will Join in and
help swell the throng. Plattsniouth , Ne
braska City and Blair delegations , accom
panied by bauds will bo on the ground and
help the Omahans rejoico. After marching
on the principal street * of the city , the pro
cession will countermarch on Farnam street
to the court hotiso snuuro , where the fire
works will bo shot out into the night.
AH ward clubs and delegations are ex
pected to bo on hand promptly at 7iO : ! o'clock
that the parade may start half au hour later.
Prcpnrhitr the Bonds.
CuicAQo , Nov. 10. The city council tonight
prepared an ordinance for the issuance of
$ . 5,000,000 worlds fair bouds voted on Tuesday
by the people of Chicago. They will bo four
per cent payable thirty years after issuance.
The ordinance was referred to fluanco com
J."M. Robinson of Bostonis at the Paxton.
Christ Trapp of Salt Lakois nt the Paxton.
E. Hoyt of San Francisco Is at the Mlllard.
J. S. Sykcs of Cheyenne is nt the Mer
J , M. Hamilton ; 'qf Dakota City is at the
U. C. Wright of Scotia Is in the city , nt the
Casey. , , ' ,
J , P. Bryson of St. Louis Is stopping at the
Paxton. ' . '
H. H. Ross of Chicago is In the city , at the
F. S. Ilecd ofi. Denver is stopping at tub
J. F. Beckley ot1 Ucatrlco is registered at
the Casoy. j , ,
W. D. Brooks of Lincoln was nt the Casey
last night. 7 , . ; , ,
II. Mlddlotou ofi Cheyenne Is registered at
the Mlllard. W (
H. Mlddleton of Choyonuo is registered at
the Mlllard. T , , . "
C. H. Sailer of'Ked ' Cloud is In the city , at
the Merchants. ' " '
J. M. Bntcholor of Rutland , Vt. , is a guest
at the Murray.
0. C. Fabian of Salt Lake was at the Millard -
lard last night.
D. M. Bognton of York was'at the Mer
chants last night.
A. L. Spearman of Springfield Is registered
at tha Merchants.
F. M * Van Bergen of Minneapolis Is In the
city nt the Murray.
J. M. Ivos of Chicago was in the city lost
night , at the Paxton.
Thomas II , Lour of Plttsbnrg , Pa. , was at
the Murray last night.
C. T. DrakoTJf Seven Devils , Idaho , is In
the city , nt tiio Mlllard.
Miss Cora Weaver at 8007 Pacific street ,
has returned from , her eastern trip nccotn
paiiicd by Miss Marie Gala and Mrs. Thomas
Gale of Chicago.
Cough B nuil Coltlfl. These who are
suffering from coughscolds , sere throat , oto. .
should try Brown's Bronchial Troches. Soli
only Iu boiC3.
Till ; WHAI.KMAN ABHOAI ) .
A Gootl Illustration of Ills Spirit of
A. bolter illustration of tholr ( the
wmilonuiu's ) proud spirit cnnnotbo glvon
tlitin the encounter In llnllfiix between
Qrccno , the tnnto ol u Nnntucket vessel ,
anil the tliiko of Clnronco , tulmirnl o ( the
British llcot ntul aftorwiml William IV ,
stiys a writer in the Century. The ills *
[ > ute nroso over the duko's attentions to
ii girl , tint ] reached Its climax In the
Nnntuckot mute pol/.lnp the future king
of EtiRluiul ntul hurling him downstnlrH.
Au oyo-witncssof the affair was wont in
niter years to add nn a decorative detail
Unit the click of the iluko'a sword-hilt
was hoard on ovcry stair. Greene at
once wont aboard Ms own ship nnd re
fused to obey n summons from the ltd-
uilralwho , ft afterwards transpired , hud
Intended to nuiUo the plucky Nantucket
man au olllccr In the English army.
All the strategic resources of a quick ,
ready mind wore often called Into play
during u whaleman's career , not only in
woathorltifr storms and in avoiding de
struction of boats and loss of llfo when
atlackUig whales , but also In escaping
massacre from SUVIIKO Islanders uud in
outwitting pirates. In 1819 the whale-
ship Syren , whllo on a voyage to the
eastward of Cnpo Horn , mot with nn ad
venture which would have proved fatal
to all hands but for a quick strategcm of
One II no day. .off ono of the Polow
Islands , all the boats being after whales ,
and but a few men left aboard the vessel ,
a largo bund of armed natives suddenly
swarmed over the bulwarks. The crow
lied to the rigging , leaving the naked ,
howling snvngcs in command of the ship.
The mute , on coining alongside , took
in the situation at a glance , and quickly
ordered the men to open the arm chests
and scatter on deck all the tacks they
could find. Ina moment it fairly rained
tucks upon the naked savages. The
deck was soon covcrud with these little
nuils. They pierced the feet of the
[ slanders , who danced about with pain ,
which increased with ovcry stop they
took , until , with yells of rage ami agony ,
they tumbled headlong into the sea and
swum ashore. Unfortunately in the
struggle the male received an arrow
wound just over ono of his eyes and was
obliged to retire from the sea.
1G02. Sixteenth nnd Farnam streets is
Lho new Koek Island ticket olllce. Tick
ets to all points east at , lowest rates.
A Fan for an Kmprcss.
The latest eccentricity of Viennese
fashion is n passion for funs of mountain
cock feather * The last question the
young Austrian' ' belle asks her udmlror
joforo lie goes on u hunt is : "Won't
you try , please , to bag mo a line fan ? "
Au ideal fan of this kind must'contaln
Duly feathers from birds brought down
; > y the most oxpcit shots , and every
rcather must bo the lone representa
tive of the giver's skill. Consequently
such an ideal fan may record the ad
miration and skill of sixty or seventy
liunters. It Is also not unusual to have
cut in the ribs of the smaller fans n ,
brief account of the circumstances Under
which the elver of the attached feathers
shot the bird. The Gorman empress ,
Augusta Victoria , is said to have expressed -
pressed a wish last summer to have such
i fan , and over since that time the young
bloods of the Austrian court , who have
ilrcady bagged fans for their own women ,
have b'een shooting right and left for hoi-
sake. The handle of the fan , now bulng
completed in Vienna , will bo set with
jewels in the Prussian colors.
Casey and Reman Sent Up.
Larry Casey and Jerry Kernnn , two of the
toughest men who try to get a living by
questionable methods iu Omaha , wcro tried
yesterday afternoon in public court for creat
ing a disturbance in a disreputable den on
Casey was tried upon a charge of having
resisted Officer Kissano when the ofllccr ar
rested him. Judge Helsley lined him $100
nnd costs and sent him to the county jail in
default of payment.
Kernau was sent to jail for thirty days ,
with the instructions that during the llrst
ten and last ten he shall be given nothing but
bread and water.
This is the pair that assaulted the .man
Carter in a salooti on Tenth street about two
months ago and loft him in the street for
Keep some Cook's Extra Dry Imperial
Champagne in your ice chest ; it's splendid
for company or for dinner.
Caught in a Uuzz Saw.
Henry Powers , a helper working with the
buzz saw gang on the new Tenth street via-
ct. met with a very painful accident yes
terday about 1 : ! JO o'clock. The saw is fast
ened to a movable beam and is manipulated
by an expert snwor as the timbers are fed
Into It. Mr. Powers happened to have his
hand hangin } ? over a timber in the path of
the buzz saw us It was moved back to permit
s largo plank to bu shoved In front of it. The
saw touched his two middle llnge.is on the
right baud. The largo linger was cut en
tirely off and fell upon the lloor at his feet ,
whilothoono next to it was loft hanging by
a shred of skin. Mr. Powers went at once
Dr. Cnlbratths ofllco nnd had tiio wound
dressed and then went to his homo In Coun
Georgia Train Robbers ,
AUGUSTA , Ga. , Nov. 10. Two night trains
on the Georgia railroad , ono leaving Atlanta
at 11:30 : p. m. and the other leaving Augusta
for Atlanta were roobed last nlKht near the
same point. Only the express car was
entered. Ono messenger lost a very small
amount but the other ono it understood to
have lost S12.000.
Two thousand t"wo hundred trains
leave London ordinarily every twenty-
Tickets nt lowest rates and su parlor
accommodations via the great Hook
Island route Ticket ollleo , 1002 Six
teenth nnd Farnam streets Omaha ,
THE UK/VLiTX MAHIttiT.
INSTRUMENTS placed oa rooord Novem
R W Clayton and wlfo to V K IiiKhrntn ,
lots 1 and S , 1)1 k S3 , Omaha View ICxt. . . 5,500
0 W K Dimoy mid wlfo to I'lntto Valley
Hvo stock companysw 1,1 und lots 5 und
0 , BCO HI , lotH 1 , a and 7 , see ll ! , n li sw 22 ,
nw S3 ( except 12 aercs In so cor ) , nil Iu
1(1-9 ( 7 , ' , OOC
J W UrllUth. trust co , to l ) R Davidson et
nl , lotlO1. ! ! ' , linkur I'lnuo i. . GOC
EllaUroentlohl to Mary Urahobl , lots ,
blk4. Syiidleato I'laeo 65C
Anton Ilrbek und wlfo to John Lnuliia ,
B S' lot 4 , blk 1" . llrst add to n Oinulia. OOC
J A llorlmeli unit wlfo to Joseph IIIUs , n
M lot 4 , hlkl , llorbaeh'silil mid S.OIC
T Oanu NollloHavens to M K .Mcl'hor-
son nnd husband , lot 111. blk 'JS , Al-
V K Inplirum and Imslviml to Kdwuril
1'leket , lots 1 and 2' blU : . " , ' , Omaha
M 11 James to Charles Anderson , lot 10
audit lot II , blk 7. KonntctUli 3,001
S M Kltclit'ii and husband toJO llimon ,
Intl. Jefferson 1'bipo . , SiW
D \V Knlstur to J M Hloharda ot ul , lots
SO und 97 , Vlnton 1'laco 72
Joseph Kuvuu and wlfo to Anton Ilibok ,
s ! 4 lot 4. blk IS , 1'lrst add to Ho Omuhu 2.V
O O l.oheclc , executor , to IA Holes , lot
I.Sprlnsr Valley . . . . L'.tXX
M K .Mol'linrson nnd bnsliaiid to\VH
MoNcrnoy , lot 10 , ullc ffi , Albright's
A K I'niyno and husband to A M
Kitchen , lot II , 111 I ; 7. Kendall's nclil. . . 3,03
II .1 Taylor to W 8 Ilouton. lot 5 , blk 1 ,
Wakalnr 70 <
O h VanUamp to H I , Gibus , lot 0 , blk 4 ,
Cottagol'aik 05 :
a W Hopper and wlfo to M K I , Williams.
lot IS , blk 1 , Aiidruwa .V HI'IIMMI'H u < l < l. 1
PM nnd MM I'lillllus to J K Duvuldon ,
lota. tlklS , 1'atrlck'sSd add ]
Total amount of transfers , : ir.'l'I
Ilnrflftml'H Auld I'hoHplinto
Relieves mental and physical exhaustion
THA1TB or IIK IltiOWITZ.
The Knmoiin Cori'ONiouilottt | fjlvci In
Oriental Htylc. .
The Into LnuroncoOUulmntwns accus
tomed to remark that ot nil the Bins that
burdened his conscience nnd weighed on
Ills most eccentric mind the most griev
ous in his own oycs was that of having
"Invented" M. do Ulowltz , says the Now
York Tribune. Tno latter was drifting
about in Paris after the Franco-German
war , when lie happened to catch the eye
of Mr. Ollplmnt , at tlmt time French
correspondent of the London Times , and
who was forever on the lookout for queer
characters. Although It was ami , for
the matter of that , still is beyond the
[ iQwer of M. do Hlowltz to either write
JP oven speak English , yet ho succeeded
in getting himself appointed llrst ns as
sistant and then us successor to Mr , Oil-
Of Semitic birth , the Asiatic strain in
lii blood Is manifested by a truly Orien
tal talent for the most delicate and su
premely artistic embroidery of facts
oven when the ground work Is of thu
thinnest nnd Iliinalest texture. It
is this -art In particular combi
nation with an almost unnar-
illolcd degree of cosmopolitanism that
lias raised him to the pinnacle of the
profession of newspaper correspondents.
Ills knowledge of men anil things Is tin.
rivaled , and as his conscience and prin
ciples are of the most delightfully elastic
nature It is but seldom tlmt ho is ham
pered thereby in imparting to the world
bothwhat he knows and aud what ho in
vents. Both , however , are so artistically
blended that it is impossible to discover
where the ono ends and the other bo-
Under the circumstances , therefore ,
Lho npnoariinca of Ills now , book en
titled. "Lti Tout PnrlH , " is eagerly
awaited both on the banks of the Seine
and abroad. It is to bo about Paris ,
political Paris , socialist Paris , and
.Horary , nnd artistic , and dramatic , anil ,
of course , fast Paris. Tire frontispiece
will include a portrait of the "Embus-
sador of the Times , " as ho has been
nicknamed by the foreign diplomatic
corps nt Paris , and will be far from con
stituting the least interesting portion of
Philosopher. * on N
Wo have lately lounictl , through tiio
rcminisconecsof tholr disciples , how two
or the most eminent thinkers of our time
Schopenhauer um ] Emerson regarded
the modern newspaper , says the Now
York Lodger. Schopenhauer , it must
ho remembered , was fond of rcndlnir the
London Times ; it was , therefore , Iho
highest typo of the dully newspaper Hint
ho had in his mind. lie found much
moro in it , however , to blame than to
pralso. Ho used to cull the newspaper
the second hand of the watch of history ;
adding tlmt not only is it of less nob'lo
metal than the two other hands , hut It
seldom goes right. Ho points
out what , indeed , can hardly bo dis
puted , that in editorial articles , which
play the part of chorus to the drama of
contemporary events , exaggeration is its
essential as it is upon the stage. They
inevitably nuika the utmoat possible out
of every occurrence.
In Schopenhauer's opinion the result
ant excels of emphasis made newspapers
a source of contagion to style in litera
ture , lie also thought that the system
of anonymity breeds a disingenuous spirit
which affects the form no less than the
matter of newspaper utterances.
SAOn the other hand. Emerson tonic a
more optimistic , though" still discrimi
nating , view of novrspapors. Ho
recognized that ' 'newspapers have
done much to abbreviate expres
sion , and so to improve stylo. "
Ho forsaw , too , though ho was speaking
a quarter of a , century ago , that daily
journals \voro to occupy a very largo
bharo of attention during our gen-
oration. Ho added that "tho most
studious and engaged man can only
neglect , them tit his cost. " At the same
time ho cautions suoh men to read the
daily newspapers ccloetically , and not
omnivorously , column by column. "Ho-
member , " ho says , "that newspapers nro
made for everybody , and don't try to get
what isn't meant for you. " '
According to Emerson , there is a great
secret in knowing what to keen out of
the mind , as well as what to put in it.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chit
dren teething products natural , quiet sloap
35 cents a bottle.
Tiio Orator front .Medicine fjotljjc.
The jokers say that Hon. Jerry Simpson
of Medicine Ledge , Kan. , who has just
boon elected to congress Irom ' "the big
seventh" district of the Sunflower state ,
introduced into his campaign BOIUO
methods of vote making which wore not
only unique but as ell'ectivo as they wcro
original , says the Kansas City Times
Gosslor. It is related by many of his
admiring constituents in the back dis
tricts that when the Honorable Jerry
was upon his stumping tour ho made it
a practice ) vhenover the heats of his
'discourse against capital and lit per cent
mortgage sharks had brought his audi
ence to the proper temperature to praise
Impressively , solemnly pull of ! one boot ,
slowly draw up a trousor's leg to the
knee , and exhibiting to his astonished
hearers a miked log and' foot , declared
that under high tariff rule the Kansas
farmer could afford to wear neither un
derwear nor hose or , as the Honorable
Jerry put it : "lie can't have no draw
ers and ho ain't got no socks. "
The majority of Mr. Simpson , ns
Both the method and results -when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , nnd ncta
gently yet promptly on tiio Kidneys ,
Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , head
aches nud fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced , pleasing to the tneto nnd ac
ceptable to the Btoniach , prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial m its
cIFecta , prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable subatances , ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the meet
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for enlo in 50o
and 81 bottles by ull lending drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro-
euro it promptly for any ono who
wishes to tiy it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG-SYRUP CO ,
SAN MANCISCO. CAL ,
\lOWa\HUE \ , m/ - r- flV YORK , U.YJ
might Imvo boon onslly predicted , Is oul
Glorious Autumn Dnyn.
These lost days of sweet nutuinnnl
sunshine ought to bo treasured ni\ \ ( [
made the most ot us If Ihoy were the
very hist days ot llfo vouchsafed to via ,
says the Now York Sun. There tire
dnys enough ahead that will have to bo
spent within close walls and biiok
curtained windows. llut today's ' utln-
shlno Is hero at any rate. Take it as it
the sun was never going to shlno again.
It is n day to range afield , or to letter
along the blue river bunk and nee the
purple shades Ho on the mass of foliage
on the other aide ; to watch the sunlight
slip In broad bolls down the river ; to
gather the lut'e golden i oil nnd the red
torches of the sumac , and to smile us
you look down and see at your feet ono
dandelion spending Its last "penny
worth of gold. " It Is a day to make us
glad , you and mo , isn't ' it ? That's what
it should do ; if It doesn't you and 1 nro
wrong , not the day.
1'onrs1 soap Is the most elegant toilet a < l
Wet III Its WulKlit In Gold.
Prices of false troth have gone up
recently , hut the rise wan caused by the
scarcity of platinum , of which metal
the little pins are made with which to
fusion each tooth to the plate , says the
Now York Star. All the platinum of
commerce comes from Itussiaii mines In
the Ural mountains , nnd the supply la
hardly sulllciont for the demand at pres
ent. The consumption ot platinum luia
greatly increased slnco the elcetrlo
lighting companies began its use. Jld
you over observe the tiny , halt-like wlro
loop In each Incandescent light ? That
wire Is made of platinum , which is ono
of the very hardest of metals. The prloo
of platinum has gone up to about $ -0 an
ouncowhiih ! is considerable htghor tlmii
12 ! carat gold. Thus it comes about tlmt
platinum is literally "worth its weight
in gold , " and moro too. This may now
witli propriety bo classed among "the
praclous motals. " It is found in Oregon
and several other parts ot the United
States , but not in commercial quantities.
Through coacnos Pullman palace
sleepers , dinlngcars , free reclining eliaii ?
cars to Chicago and Intervening points
via the great llock Island route. Tiokol
olllco 1001 ! , Sixteenth and Farnam ,
L. G. Knotts
Fuel - Merchant
All kinds of the best and cleanest
J'uel in stock and under sheds
People who desire chenp and
clean fuel for cooking will find it
by ordering a load ofcobs , I have
n large supply that are clean and
whole not broken up.
Good hard wood cheap , either *
in cord wood lengths or stove-
wood , delivered promptly.
All sizes of hard cool , clean ,
bright and well screened ,
The black peerless lump coal
coiiinnesto be the favorite fop
- : - No. 29 Main Street.
Call Telephone 203 : - : -
Electric Trusses ,
Belts , Chest Protectors , Eto"
AGENTS WASTED. DR.C.B. JCDD.
008 Broadway , Council Bluffs , lo/
27 MAIN STREET.
Over 0. II , Jacquomln & Cos Jewelry Stora
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Of Council Bluffs.
PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000 ,
SURPLUS AND PROFITS 50,000
LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS 350,000
ninnCTOits I. A. Millar , P. O. Glu.ison , E. Ii.
SUiicurt , K. K. Hart , J. D. Edmuixlsoii.Ulmrlni
U , llunnan. Trunsuot general banking bust ,
nest. Largest eapltal and surplus ot any
bauklii Southwestern lovvii ,
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS ,
D. H. McDaneld & Co. ,
Butchers' ' and Packers' Supplies ,
Market Fixtures , Casing , i. .
Spiers and Bausngo Malcnrt' Miielilnory. ( SO- *
Ki Muln Ht , , Oouiicll Ulull'4 , la. Also tlualcri
In littles and Furs.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner Main anil llroadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers Iu foreign find ilomcitlo uxclian ; *
Collection niiutlo iiuU Interest paid on tlma
Oil SATiK-LeiiM ! nud furniture ) f Scott
House , C'ounell Illuirs. 5 roonw. Chmima | > .
bargain. AtUlreMi .t. H. Jordan , Cntinrll Illufru.
" 1X7 ANTED Neat Rlrl for Kunrral lipuio.
V > work. Of-rniun nroforroJ. Airs. Jucott
Sims , aiJ ( I'laiiturnt.
ANTED A KOOI ! slrl for KPnoral liouso-
W worlt. .Mrs. I' . M. I'ryor.ifllO Illuir su
\NTKD-A ulrl for liouKunork. Mrs J.
w 0 .tir.iFon , 11UI HIMli uvo.
AM : TWO. peed work IHIMI-I. Will
Fou liny In on u lot. Apply to
UKNT-Thn Mn.Miilinii tlirco-Htpty
FOU lilock , No. MB , Miilimt , wltliulovatvr
OlFilKNT A oliolco plnco of Kiirclon lnn < l
n nr Cniini'l ! llliiirH. with tooU now biillct-
InK. Iiiiincillutu possession If ileslrcd. J. Wt
1J1OK itKNT Ooo < l flvu-roont liousui JIO.OJ )
-L otlinr IHIUSOS ( lllTt'rcnt prlcui ; ono Hlnglo
rooniovtirstoro noiir court house ; IIOIIBM anil
IOIK for saloon monthly paymtiiiU ; onu linuta
null lot tAKJl ( joslrabln Imslnos.s lotH on Huun- X.
ilurs Ntrcut. North Onmlin , for Icitso or nula
cliu p. .1. 1C. DavliUon , ( M.'il''ltth ' avciiuu.
" 11)1)11 ) HAfjK Complelo Hit of UIIIIPIH tool * ,
X1 nuil Biiiall' Ntoulc ot tlnwiiro at u Ijargulu.
liuiulfo lit loom : II8 iluri'lain blook ,
50 Htovos ut cost to oloso out. II a < liunrtor
forlnird iiiniilo IIOUHU niovlni : rolloru uod
teyji'li : I'-Aiuy&Oo. ttM Mitlintruet.
rp\VO80-iioro fnrins for Halo nonr tlin ulty at _
J a bitrgaln. W. A. Wooil & Co. , KM Muln sty
FOH BAU5 or limit Garden Ian < 7 tilth
houiui , by J. U. Uloo , i < Mala
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