Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 18, 1890, Page 6, Image 6
I'J 0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , TUESDAY , NOYEMBER 18 , 1800. THE OMAHA BEE COUNCIL BLUFF'S. OrPICR , KO. 12 PKAItL ST. Prllvcrol by Cnirlcr inuiijr pnrtof tlioClty. II. W. Tll.TON. MANAUKll IVI.EI'HONESl Hn lnef Ollli'p. No. 4i. : Night Editor , No.23. JI1XOH MKXTIOX. N. Y. P. Co. Council HltifT ? Lumber Co. . coal. A little child of Ulmrlr * Wnlts , ono of tlic firemen ul No. 4 liosu Is suffering from at ; attack of scarlet lover. M the rcsldcni-cof C. .T. McNltton Sundnv Gcorco K. Clnttcruuck mul Allss Myrtle C , CnrciUiun wcro married liy Hov. Dr. Coolcy , The fiincrnl of diaries Palmer will bo hold this afternoon at 2 o'clock ' from Hie Inmllj residence. Interment will bo nt Walnut Hill , Uepulnr communication of the Hluff Clt.\ loelKO No. 71 , Ancient Free nnd Accepted MIHOMS this evening All Master Masons ln < Vltcd. Lnurn Nehon. residing at 1510 Soutl Eighth strp t , hm been reported to tin health authorities us suffering fiotn an nt tnek of diphtheria. Henry Leo , who was wanted at Pomcroj j for stealing some barber tools , has been enp lured hero. Ho says ho sold some tools 01 that kind In DPS Mollies , but that they wur < bis own property. The fiincr.il of Charles L. Palmer will take place this afternoon at , 3 o'clock from the res lilrnco of his brother , Ii. J. I'alincr , K WnshhiRtoii avenue. Interment will bo It Walnut Hill cemetery. Hen Austin denies most emphatically thai ho has resigned , or uns thought of rcslgninr the oflkc of constable. lie was surprised t < read Hiich an announcement , and c.mno Imagine how such a report started , The concert Blvcn last evcnlnp at RIasonii tcmplo by the Methodist Mutual Aid nssocin tlon was well attended nnd enjoyed , Tin entertainments given by the yotinp people o thoBoclety uro becoming very popular. Another applicant for the position o Bunerlntendent of the city schools was hen yesterday Interviewing the members of tin board. It was I'rnf. Snylcrof Pennsylvania whoso brother Is an attorney In tills city. Mr. Campbell , the newly elected count ; clerk , has taken the position of deputy to tin outgoing clerk , In order to heconio pcifeutl ; familiar with the details before taklni charge. Mr. Chambers Is courteously show Ing him the mysteries , which will prove ( jult helpful to the now oflicial. There Is talk of a combination among th new Justices of the peace by which they nr tj to secure offices near to each other , posslbl ; ? j In the Mttrinm block , where oinny attorney now ofllte. It is urged that this will bo mop convenient for all concerned than to have th < courts scattered all about the cliy. Complaint is niado that boys In the viclnlt ; of the now 1'ierco street school amuse theiii aolvcs ovenlngs , by the aid of the olcctn light , in setting up a target of an oyster cur or something of that sort , and shooting at I with a recklessness which is not enjoyed b' those who have occasion to nso the street lor legitimate purposes. Quito liberal contributions are being mad for the relief of Mrs. Casey , who was lef destitute of oven clothing by the burning o her homo. Her brother from Nebraska wa hero yesterday nnd rented a house for her 01 Fourth street , ami gave nor such relief as h could , ho being a poor man himself. Mrs Casey and her live children will soon be coin fortably situated , and she will then bo nbl tocaro for herself , nssho Is a hard workc nd In reasonable homlth. Miss Kemp , daughter of Ofllccr Kemp , i Winning golden opinions ns an artist. Slu hns recently painted a number of picture ; and placed them on exhibition. One wa placed In Elsoinan's show window and at traded a great deal 01 attention. Another Indicating a grdut deal of thoughtful work has been presented to the x > ollco departmen Biid occupies a prominent position over he father's locker in the patrol room. It 1 ureatly admired by nil who sco it. In the district court Judge Carson is hcai Ing the rather worn controversy over a roai liearNeoln , to which Mr. and Mrs. Elllthron have been for months objecting. The matte has been before the board of supervisor time and again , nnd finally got Into the court en an injunction suit. Ono of the chief point In dispute Is as to whether there was a ROWI crop growing on the Kllithropo land whci Iho attempt was made to open the road , o Whether It was it ' 'volunteer'1 ' crop. A subtl query Is whether a , "volunteer" crop is " trowing crop" in the meaning of the law. A man named Cartnoy appealed to Ofilce O'Brien last evening for assistance in gettin his son. a young boy , from the grocery stor of William Bohnlng , on Broadway. II claimed that a son of Bohnlng was In th habit of gottlng the hey In the store nn making him work and keeping him awa from home. The boy was being detninc there last night , and when the elder Cartno Went to the place to get him to cotno horn ho says ho was dented admittance and wii threatened with violence If ho did not K Rwny. The patrol wapon was summoned nn the boy was taken to the station , where hi father ccurc < ! him and took him homo. 'H lays ho will prosecute the case today. Mr. Dolmny denies the truthfulness of tli report concerning the numbers and netloi : Df some men in the rear of the stage at tli opera house Saturday night while a nho' ' was being given. Ho says that when tli manager ot the company called his iiUentlo to the fact that there were several on tl ; stage and In the llys who did not belon there ho went personally to look after it , tin found but two men who did not belong then These wore ejected. There was no beer b Ing drunk by them , nnd in ( act none ther The item was based on the complain ! of t ) manager of the snow , who informed M Dohnny that tlicro wcro twenty , nnd tin lacy were "rushing the growler" in the Hy The firemen of No. . ' ) hose house had son experience in their own quarters with tl enemy they are BO well equipped to light ye terday morning. The soot In ono of the cliii noys caught tire and an old and defective Hi permitted the blaze to como in contact \vil the woodwork of the building. Thetlmb caught near the roof on the east side and fair start was being made for a good-slzi bla/o when it was discovered nnd extl guished. The chairman of the fire coninil ten In the council was called to examine tl unsafe chimney and nt onca ordciod it to I torn down and n now one built in its plat Q'lio work -was commenced yesterday. Bud Pratt , n resident of Crescent City , hi n narrow escape from a serious accident yc tcrdny afternoon , Ho was In the olty drlvii n spirited team of young horses. On Fit avenue the animals were frightened by tl Buddcn attack of a ( log and ran away. Tl driver held thorn until bo reached Wash In ton nvenueTwhon ono of the lines broke , ai n few minutes Inter the buggy was upsi Pratt was caught by the wreck and the iln nnd was dragged underneath the vehicle f a block. At the point where the accident e current there was no paving and Pratt w dragged thiough the mud.lien ho g clear of the vehicle ho was almost suffocnt by the mud and nearly drowned by beli dragged through numerous puddles. .Only few bruises and an entirely ruined suit clothes wore the causualtics. An eastern chemist has discovered a pi cess of limiting soap from corn that bids fi to revolutionize soap making. It Is claim that 400 pounds of soap can ho made from o bushel of corn , nt an expense that w scarcely equal the cost of the corn nt t present murKct prices. There are a numb of gentlemen in tills city who uro invcsttg : Ing the process , and if It proves to do what claimed for It they are contemplating t erection of an extensive ) soap factory. Spe , incus of the soup n.ado in the city by the pi cess a few days ago are on exhibition at o of the real estate ofllccs. It Is * da colored and soft , and looks like t old fashioned homo made soap of o grandmothers. Not a particle of grease oil except the small quantity contained In t corn Is used in the process. The claim 111 ado for the now soap that when it is retln it is-supcrlor to the llnost toilet articles ma by the old processes and Is absolutely pu ' /ho process will ho investigated fully and it proves to bo anything UUo what is claim for it an Important manufacturing cntcrpr ! will spring up hero backed by local capital Scott-House. Best tl.OO per day house the city , _ QTho great blow about heaters our would- competitors uro making. Have you seen better stock of beaters and lower prices tn atM. & K.'s , itto Broadway. THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS , A Gang of Toughs Attempt to Break Up a Fifth Avenno Ohurch Mcetlug , AN OLD SOLDIER'S ' ATROCIOUS CRIME , Mynstei-'H Knllwny Will He IlulH-Tho Suwcr Dlttili Again. A Scoun drel Ciumlit nt the liloomor Hnlionl llulIilltiR. Thciewnsa most disgraceful proceeding nt the Fifth avcnuo Methodist church Sun day night , caused by llvo young roughs who wcro well loaded with "whisky. The gang took scats In the rcaV purl of the church , mid after talking so loudly as to disturb tlic congregation they became so bold that one ol them moved up to the front , and raising o hymn book above his bead said to the minister , Hev. Mr. Drawer , ' 'Hold on there , you're wrong. " Several gentlemen started for him , and quickly escorted the follow to the outside. His four companions followed , nnd attacked the church folks. The row caused the meeting to bo broken up , the ladles being panio stricken , and the men Lev ing busy In trying to rout the gang ol roughs. Messrs. Howard , Clifton , Barker nnd Louie of the congregation wcro some what rouwhly handled. The rougns will pro utibly bo hunted upand brought to Justice , It Is said that ono of thorn was Frank ivano , who was arrested n year ago for carving t mnn nt Mnimwii. It Is to bo hoped that UK whole Bang may bo sought out , and made tc suffer severely for the dastardly conduct. After the gang had created all the trouble they e-oulel at the church , they left , mid fort tlmo tcrrorlrcd all that portion of the city , They attacked a young named Will Fitz gerald and phased him into the house of n neighbor named Stanton , nt 1802 Suutli Seventh street. Ho was melon the porch bj roiing Ktuntnn and begged protection from ho gang , who wore closely pursuing him , leforo young Stanton could utter a word , Cuno wine tip nnd Jumped over the fence , ind , running up to the porch where Stantou ivsis standing , struck him n violent blow that knocked him down. Stanton says ho gel iiway from him and ran out of the yard , fol 'owed by Kuno mid l.ls crowd. They chased dm huvornl blocks , but finally stopped nnd eturned to the Stanton residence after the . 'itzgeraUl boy. They broke into the house and badly frightened Airs. Stanton and hei dsughtor , who were nlono nt the time. The ) ic.ircb.cd for a tlmo for the boy , swearing hat they -would hill him If they found him They did not succeed in finding him , nni ilmilly loft. Young Stanton in the meantime bad foum ] ils father nud the two returned to the house but the crowd of toughs had vanished nni did not molest them any further. Yesterday morning young Stanton llled ar nformatlon in the supreme court vlmrgini ICaiio with assault and battery. The war rant was placed in the hands ot Deputy Mar ihall Fowler/ but before It could bo scrvei ho young mail appeared nnd withdrew tin charge. The police nro nt loss to nnderstam 'ust what is meant by the proceedings. It 1 ; mpposed , liowover , Unit a ihore sorluu : charge is to bo placed against Kane , who 1 : described by the police as a dangerous tough Our line of cook stoves and ranges , fron > ? .r > 0 to H5 gives you the greatest variety t < iclcct from , at Claude ! & Klein's , 3VJO Broul Continuation of the great clearing sale a T11K BOSTON STOKE. Making room for holiday goods. COUNCIL , BLUFFS. The phenomenal success attending tin r o n clearing sale at Iho Boston store , Conn ell Bluffs , lias been so encouraging that the.\ \ "Imvo concluded to continue It for ono wee ! noro. LAST WEEK OF SALE. Note the following prices for the week. MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS. Indian head ni.isllns ( remnants , S to \ ' , ards ) worth He , during siilo 5c. Our He unbleached muslin during sale 8) ) c M yards to n customer. Two makes of our unbleached muslin soli 'or 7c and Sc , to go at Cc. Five makes of popular brands of bleachei muslins , including lonsdiue , family choice. , ercules , Fruit ot the Loom and Casco ; aUi lalf bleached muslin ; the samp goodan sold forSc , flu and lOc ; price ( luring sale 7o- 'Imitcd to v0 ! yards to u customer. UIBBONS. We will continue our ribbon sale nt tins oh prices for this week. Nos. 7 , 9 and IB all silk ribbons , bcautlfu ine of shades , in molro with satin edge am ; ros grain wltn h.itin edge ; sale prlco lOci yard. TOWELS. 7 , " pieces linen damask and Turkey reds w < will put on sale Monday morning , sale price 4So u yard ; some of the above goods sold fo Me , 5bi' , ( I'J jC , 07e , 73c nil to go during sal attee. . 150 dozen towels in duck , momlo and da mask , worth 2Sc , to co at IDo ; U for . > 0e. SIIIKTIXOS. : 41-inch pillow case muslin. Oc ; 45-inch pil low rasu muslin , lie : 4vlnch pillow cas muslin , 12'fc ; 7-1 sheeting , llio ; 8-4 sheeting ISc ; IM sheeting , L'Oo ; 10-1 shotting , S''o. 42-inch pillow case muslin , t c ; 45-innh pi : low c.iso muslin , I'-J c ; CO-lnch pillow cas muslin , Me ; 8-4 sheeting' , ' 'Go ; U-4 shcctinc li''o ; ItU sheeting , S50. Half bleached muslins same price as above Wo Kimranteo the ? sheeting to boot the bca make , and prices far below inferior goods. BOSTON STOHK , FotherlnghnmVhltel.iw &Co. , Council Bluffs , Gents' underwear in great variety nt price to suit nil at Model Clothing Co. , L. H Mossier Mgr. A fresh Invoice of line cheviot suits fc young men , Just received at Model Clotl ing Co. _ A Soldlor Charged With n Vile Ci-lini Ofllcer Fultz came over from the Islan yesterday with his clothes bespattered wit mud , accompanied by a couple that attracte a good deal of attention even before the were taken out of the vehicle that serves fi a patrol wagon. Ono was a tall man Avll black mustache and rather line-looker qhyslqno , dressed in the uniform of u priva In the rogulau army. The other was u rudd , faced llttlo Gorman girl , whoso brown cur reached scarcely to his waist ns they marchc from the street into the city Jail. The soldii was manacled and appeared very uneas , The llttlo girl was sobbing violently , and hi face bore a haunted , terrified expression. The man gave the nanio of John Nlckolai and said he wa4 a soldier located at Fo Omaha. The llttlo girl was questioned 1 Tin : Bii : : reporter in his presence , and to the btory ot n shameful nssault-thnt bad bee committed upon her by the fellow , nnd told in her broken English between her sobs wll such evident sincerity that every word ca rled conviction to all who beard her. SI salel her name was Mary Flohart and th she had been working at a boarding hem : kept by Mrs. Donahue , corner of Ninth ar Pacific streets , Omaha. Her * homo was : Milwaukee , which she had loft a short tin ago to coir.o to Omaha. The only relative i acquaintance she had In Omaha was a cous ! who was. a soldier located at the fort. Su day afternoon she started out to 11 nd hli Among the first soldiers aho accosted at tl barracks was Nlckolain. In answer to In Inquiries concerning her cousin Nlckola told her bo was well acquainted with bin and that ho had Just left the barracks , but she wanted to Hud him ho would take her ' him. The readily consented to the apparei kindness , nnd the scoundrel took hi to Cut-Off Island , and got her in the rear ' a saloon itent by a ono-leggod man nntm Smith. Hero ho shamefully abused he Smith claims , without his knowledge. Du Ing the afternoon Nlckolain inducco a ncg to como into the room in the hope that could be used as evidence to protect hlinsc In case any trouble a > ese over the mnttc The screams of the child when the negro wi admitted by u back door attracted the ntte tion , it is claimed , ot Smith , and ho went o nnd acquainted Oftleer Fultz with the fact When Fultz got to the place the soldier ai the negro had down. The girl was taken charge anil cared for during the night. Ear yesterday morning the soldier returned te take the child nwny and was promptly ar rested. The llttlo girl says she Is only fourtcct : years old , and under the Iowa law till * make" the offense of the soldier n serious crime. He was locked Up and a charge of criminal as sault placed against him. The llttlo girl wa : given temporary quarters at a boarding houst near the Jail , Scott House. 8. ct , meals , U5o. Sco our new fall patterns of carpets , rugs , shades at all prices. At M. ft K.'s , ! J' , > 0 Bro.ul way. _ Caught the Scoundrel. For some tlmo past there have been numer ous obsecuo sentences scrawled on the walls and doors of the outhouses used by the girl : at the Bloomer school building. Thojnnltoi has watched carefully and erased them eacl day , only to find them repeated In n more dls gustlug manner. At the stnrt the mattei vns reported to the school mnnazemcnt , am every effort was made to detect the pc"r ictrutor. It was supposed at 11 rat that som < of the larger boys In the school were tin culprits , but this suspicion was noon provci o bo wrong. The attention ot the police \va : called to the matter , and Onicer Graham was detailed to visit the building while the schoo was In session , aiid lend what assistance hi could In hunlinif down the scoundrel : lo visited the school yesterday after iGon Just boforothu recess hour mid mndo i xipture. The Janitor saw a man enter tin nilldlng and quickly informed the ofllcer ileforo the olllcer was communicated will the fellow hud come out and was walking hrongli the halls of the building. The anltor excitedly culled to the officer nolle ct the man get away and started for hln nmsclf. The man nttcmptcd evade him nnt ran into thourms of the olllcer. Tobocortuli that no mistake had been mndo the Janltoi went Into the outhouse nguln , nnd foum another half-completed vllo scutonco when ho had carefully- obliterated one early in tin morning. This was taken as concluslvi evidence and tao patrol wagon wa : summoned and the fellow was taken to thi 'cntr.il titntiou. Ho gave the name of 1'eti When questioned ho denied all hnowledgi of the crimes imputed to him , and clultnce hat ho had como to the school building fo ho purpose of ascertaining what kind o boolta it would bo necessary for him t < purchase for his children , Ho will bo hek lending n thorough Investigation. IRISHMAN'S CLOAK HALE. A. Special Opportunity to Got n Flni liupiu-tcd UartiiRiit nt HalC Import er's Cost Only for This Week. Every lady who Is posted In the styles nm values of cloaks knows that Elsonmn's is th' ' ilnco to look for them. They nro nlao awari .liat. if there is anything new nnd stylish t < 30 seen they have to como to E4seman's ' t < nnd It. Ladles come from a distance of hundred of miles to set our styles and wo alway please them , and bend them away happy. This week wo are In better shape than eye : to sell yon cloaks , wraps , Jackets cheape than ever before. AVe have closed out froii : ho Manhattan clonk and suit company , nni the well known lirm of A. Frlondlandur iS Co. , of Berlin , mid Ulumcnthnll Brothers o Paris , their entire importation of stylisl sample garments , only one garment of a kind Over . " 00 styles at u dlscount of one-half fron Importer's cost , and in order to make tiling : lively wo purpose togivo our customers th benetlt of our purchases. This Is the grand cst opportunity for you to got the latest 1m ported finest garments for less than the prict of ordinary mudo cloaks. Don't miss this opportunity. I'lush cloaks for $13.150 worth $20. Plush cloaks for 815 , worth * ' ! 5 , I'lush cloaks for * 10.50 , worth W8. We save you fully one-half on plush cloak ; or jackets. Great sale of misses' ' and children's cloaks l.it-kcts and ncwnmrkots. Prices wav down and a line doll given awny with every child' cloak told during this week nt Henry Else man & Co's. greatest cloak house in the wcsl Corner Broadway and Pearl sts. , Counci Bluns , la. Mall orders receive careful and prompt ai tentioii. fEHSOX.il ; M. Holbrook of Missouri Valley visited th Bluffs yesterday. H. T. Irwin of the Neola Reporter was i the city yesterday. Mr. C. A. Altmannspergcr of Miudcn wn In the city yesterday , Herman Mendel , ono of Neola's promincn business men , is among tno witnesses at th district court , in thoEllithorpo ease. Colonel Sapp was reported ns being bcttc yesterday than at any time for several day previous. His friends feel quite oncournge'i Hon. II. C. Caldwell , United States circu judges of Llttlo Hock , Ark. , ojrivcd in tli city lost night and is the guest of Mr. F. 1 : Hill , on Third avenue. Colonel S. AV. Clark returned ycsterdo fromabiiof vUit tohls old homo in Dnlutl The labor incident to the transformation an opening of Iho now Hotel Gordon caused hi health to fall , and utter the hotel was openc ho was obliged to get awny nnel obtain llttlo rest. Ho returns very much Invigo ; atcd and rcfroshcd. Uov. Dr. Cooloynnd famlly left last ovcnln for their now homo in Morgan Park , 111. H last Sunday in the Bluffs was a busv oil' ' Ho was called upon to preach in tuomornln in Omaha , to return in the afternoon and a tctid a funeral and ofllciato at a wedding , an in the o\eniiiB to go back to Omaha , an preach again. Ho rcslgnetl his pastoral hero to secure rest , but at this rate it seen that his expectation will be fur from renllzci Great bargains In bedroom suits at Maud' ' Jx. Klein , IKO-Broadway. An elegant line of Melton overcoats at ri duccd vatcsat Model Clothing Co. Stole a Ijivory Ilorsr- . Last evening about S o'clock a young" mr appeared at Bouquet's livery stable e Broadway and asked for a saddle horse. I : said he only waatcd to ride down Main strci a llttlo way , and would rutunt the nnim within un hour. Mr. Wheeler , who hi charge of the stable , felt n little reluctam nboiit letting tlio fellow have the animal , t there was something about his manner th excited his suspicions. Ho finally let hi have a horse , a saddle animal that is prize very highly. The hour passed and the fe low did not return , nnd had not returned x to midnight. The matter was reported to the police , b no clue could bo obtained or anything disco ered to show which way the fellow went. A discretion of the horse ami thief appea In another column. A Christmas Puzzle. What shall wo buy for the holidays t this puzzles you como In itncl sco our hollili Attractions ; brilliant diamonds ; gold m silver watches and chains ; quaint , novel , no patterned jewelry , rings , bracelets , necklace loeleets ; gold-headed cane's ; solid silver ai plated ware ; too many novelties to nnm you must sco them to appreciate them , thi uro so nrtistic ami beautiful ; visitors w < conio to SCQ our display. 0. B , Jacqucmln Co. , No. .7 Main st. Dr. Soybort. Ues > . Ogden liouso. Tol. 14 Aelnms PnyHMckliilcy'n Illll. And make * a Grand Dissolution Sale Boots nnd Slices at 75 cents on the dolln First to buy , choicest selections ; though 01 stock of Shoos is thousands ( nnel may co sutno n few weeks to close ) the flno Rosds ageing going rapidly. ADAMS' shoemakers w repair everybody's old shoes nt u greatly r ducod prlco while the Grand Clearance So continues by the old flrm , This week will bo n memorable one In tl heating steve \\oiustrocolvcilanoth cur loud of the Peninsular stoves and w quota bottom figures to purchasers. At M. IC.'s , a O Hroadivay , J.O. Dlxdy , steam ncatlng , sanitary o glnccr , 943 L.lfo buildinir , Oautu ; 'AJJ Me riam block , Council IHi Us. Crossed Klootrlo Tl lit AVIren. Last evening shortly before 8 o'clock U primary wires on one of the incandesce olectrlo light circuits became crossed in t alloy near tbo county Jail , for a few secon there was a brilliant pyrotechnic dlsulay , ai when it was over there wcro four live a : wires s\Vltt.'nliiK around on the [ round. The InstnntJhoy could come In cou > net with the caVfv the cscnplnt ? current vould heat them to'm Intcn.sciy whlto heat , nuO the contractions of the raetnl woulu them to risq nrtd wrltho like serpents. tiB brllllnnt ARbwcrs of sparks. All ho liRhts on the rlrcillt wcro Instantly ox- ItiguNhcd , and the Uicrcased resistance nl ho electric light station burned out nil the imes on the switch bo.u-d , and for ton min utes the entire city \viN \ wrapped in darkness vlth the exception of the portions Illuminate > y the are lights. The break was repaired after a brief delay There wcro no accidents. Money to loan nt straight 5 per cent pci iinum. E. S. Barnctt , iigent. T jllrs In fall A nln. A. C. Tolles , the man wlio was nrrestcd 01 Saturday nt the request of Iho sheriff o dills county , and taken to Olemvoon on Sun day morning , Is nnaln confined in the clti all. Ho was arrnlgncel In Olenwood yestor lay , Dloadcd pullty nnd wan lined fllHJ. Hi claimed that if h was permitted to return ti Council llltilTs ho would bo able to raise tin iioney nt onco. The rceiuest was granted am 10 came up yesterday accompanied by n , spc clnl oftlccr , Several hours wcro spent in i vnln attempt to secure the necessary cash and when darkness came at last the ofllcc urned him over to City Marshal Tcmplotoi for the purpose of safekeeping during tin ilffht and letting him make nuotUcr attemp today. The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 41 ! 3roadway. Ad nine DOPH tlio lltislncss. AVohopo the public will not bo misled h ; ourdjssntlslled friend , for wo nro absolute ! ; Iving a grand Dissolution Sale of Hoots nn < shoes nt 55 per cent discount or 75 cents 01 ho dollar. Our advertisement will bo tin ow prices quoted an d Big Trade we an lolnp every hour in the day , which is nmpl ; uiillclciit to convince AM. that ADAMS is clos ng out that $12,000 Boot nnd Shoo stock ti change lirm. Ucmhcr that AUAMK is scllln ) all solid Shoes warranted , nud likewise i MloJf4 Shoes at i ! . " > per cent discount , whlcl s ? . ' ! only. All iroods must go at this precar ous rate. For boys' and children's suits dur.iblj nuido nnd at lowest prices , call at the Mode Clothing Co. BfynstprV. ItaiHvny. The promlso Is made that the proposci street railway line to Mynstor springs will b constructed and In cpcratlov by early spring Mr. Mynstor says the mysterious disappear nnco of the ordinnnco Is'nrobably duo toll being mysteriously mislaid , hut that It wll lot Interfere with or cause delay to the pro oct. as another will bo prepared , and tlio ns sur.inco is given that the council will puss It He 1s very conlldcnt that It will prove a pay UK line nnel at the sumo tlmo develop bom ino residence property. Buy your coal and wood of C. B. Fuel Co. 530 Broadway. Telephone 13(5. ( A Coiiilnic The Indies of St , Francis Xavlor Catholl church will give a bnzar in the Masonic tcj [ ile hall beginning next Monday evening 1 . onncction with the bazar there will bo tw 3ntettalnments of a dramatical and music ; mturo at the opera houto , one on Monday ev < ning , the other on Tuesday evening. On ticket will admit to both the hall and th opera house. At the bazar there will bo dis [ losed of a lot in Mornlngsldc , a line carriage i ball tree , Jersey cow , lady's gold watch , an many other articles. For stout men's clothing call at Mode CiothlneCo. , L. H. Mossier , Algr. Ilorco'Stolcti. Stolen from Banquet barn In Counc Bluffs * , about 5 o'clock Monday afternoon , black saddle hoise , single footer nnel whil strip in face : bad a horn saddle , open woodc stirrups. IloraC was blind in lolt eye. Tl man was of very ulnrk complexion , sllgl mustache ; wore a dirty gray overcoat an had the appearance of being a butcher ; we about 20 years olel and weighs about 1T5. The fewer Ditch. Contractor Huber is pushing work on th outlet to the Indian crock ditcb , which Is c ; pcctcel to give relief to the sewerage systetr The work will bo done before the time flxc in the contract. Engineer Tostevln is of th opinion that the work will answer nil pui poses for years to come , but that eventual ! ' there will needs bo a pumping station to hel carry away the sewerage. A LL WELL Fft > . Premiums Awnrued to the Owner of Fnt Stock At Chicago. CHICAGO , Nov. 17. Despite the ba weather the American fat stock show coi tinuos to draw largo numbers of visitors. I the craded class today W. II. Keneck c AnsterllU , Ky , , C. II. Klcmdorf of Keamoi Neb. , Adams Earl of LaPnyetto , Willlui Moffet & Bro. of Puwpaw , 111. , wore awiuilc first premiums. 'Iho sweepstakes promlui in thu shorthorn class was given to W. I Kcuccktho ; Hereford class to Adams Dar the DeVon class to J. AV. Moorcs & Son e Veronica. Wig. .Tunibo a magnificent Shor horn weighing 2,950 pounds belonging t A. Sandnsky , ludlnoln , Ills. , was awnrdc flrst premium for thu heaviest steer of an class or ago. Special premiums of the Ame lean Shorthorn wcro scoured by Milton I .Tones \VllIlainsvtllc , 111 , , first ; J. Iv Turner , Lansing , Mich , , second ; and C. ' Barclay , West Liberty , Iowa , third. 1 sheep the most of tlio prizes were capture by Illinois mill Michigan. John Huthorfoi of Hoschlll , Out. , exhibited the fattest shoe of any class. E. W. Caldwell , editor of the Sioux Fa ! Press , tells the following story of early daj in Sioux City : Tlio candidacy of Jndgo John P. Alllso : of Sioux Clty'for congress recalls nn inc dent of early elnys. A considerable portie of the community down there was nddicte to faro playing , and among the devotees i the game was judge Allison , who was the treasurer of the Congregational sociot ; Among the pow-holders was John Curr ; who also occasionally engaged In the spor Curry's pow rent hud accumulated unt about $ iO was duo thcroon. Ono night 1 and Allison were sitting In a gumo , whe Curry made a nlco winning. After rakir in his chips ho took n stack of them In h hands and shoved thorn over to Allison wii the remark 'Judgn , hero's $ : iO. Just pi' mo credit for It on my pew account. " Tl Judge took out his book and made a mlnu of the payment and ( .ho game proceeded. Cause of tlio Trouble , DRN-vr.li , Colo. . Nay. IT. It is stated t night the trouble ia the Knights of Labor n sembly which ho existed since Saturday mor ning , was caused by tno discovery of nn ( tempt to use the order for political purpose It is asserted somu of the executive olllcoi dining the last cnmi > nlgn issued circulars r questing tlio Knltjljfs to vote for Pattlso democratic candidate , for governor In Pen sylvunla , nnd that m-.other states the san measures were used. The debates were vc : heated nt times , bnttonlght It Is learned sti isfactory explanations wore mndo and tl matter Is settled. Tlio Slnvin-.HoAuVlfl'coJiiry [ Cojii/i tglit IMObii fumt Coition Ilmnett.\ \ LONDON , Nov. .17 [ Now York Hera Cable Special to Tun Bni : . ] The Slav ! McAullffo Jury disagreed after n , four hou struggle. Fox and Lonsdnlo went bail 500 nplcco for the appearance of tlio puj lists nt the next session. There will bo McAullffo and Madden benefit In two wee at the Pelican club to make expenses. Hopes for the Democrat ? . CHICAGO , Nov. 17. The count of the Se end state senatorial district , completed I night , shown the election of Kenney ( dom ) the legislature Instead of Hoppln ( rep ) , w hitherto has been supposed to have be * eslcctod. This Increases the chances of t democrats In the United States senator ! struggle , Storm In thn South. Nr.w OIU.KANH , La. , Nov. 17. Dispatch from northern Louisiana and several pohi in Mississippi , report thu severest storm c pcrienccd lust nlghtknown for years. Ore damage was donu to cotton nnd rlco still the fields and souio warehouses wcro iloodc AMIlllUSIAIj KO.MAN I'UNCH. The OH ltml Vatican Hoolpo for the llcvorngo of tlio I'opos. Tlio history of poncho n la romnluo lc curious , eaye tlio American Analyst. II IUIH .been the Btiiiiinur rofrcshinouL ol Bticocsslvo popes for over eighty yearn , and tholr chefs were threatened with nil kinds of horrors nnd punishments H thoj ever divulged the secrets of Its prcpa-riv lions.Vhon Nnpoluon Invaded Italy in 1700 thia terrible intordlct wua broker ttiroiirli ( , A BOH of Plus VI. "a chief coiv fectlonor , by name MoliH , ns BOOH 1x3 he found the C'reiioli wore conciuororo , rat nwny from his father and united his for tunes with them. Tills young man bo ciimo the fuvorlto borvant of tlio Env press Josoplilno , nnd uftor her elontli bo cnmocook to tholfusslnnPrliu'o Llovon whom lie nccompnnlcd to London when , lint prmco was appointed ambassador U -ho court ol St. Jiunos , Tlio HusHlnr llrst niiido hla ptipul bovorngo In Loiuloi liy Introducing It at tbo prtnco's tnblo 1 ho prlnco regent asked for tlio recipe nnd permitted copies to bo given to i icloct few of his friontlH , ami by degree ! t be-cauio better known nnel IB now wol known till over the world. Tlio original Vatican reclpo is : "Prepare a very rich pineapple s cr jo t : have It a little tart with lemon juice takuig tlio greatest care that nonoof tin /cst or oil from tlio yellow rinel or tin jlttorncss from tlio white unelerlyinj : ) ithbo allowed to ontortho cotnposftloi of tilts Bhorbot. In order to bo cortali of this it is bettor , first , to jjrato off tin yellow rlnel from the lemons , then t < : arofully remove all the whlto pith , nni " 'to make nssuranco "doubly sure , wnal < ho skinned fruit in clear water ; ufto which press out the julco frco from tin rind of tlio fruit ; strain the julco so as ti remove all the seeds or pips from it ; thoi ulel it to tlio pineapple mixture. It inus , hon bo very well irozon. Tills shorbe joing very ricli will not freeze hard , bu ivill bo a Boinl-ico. Just before the puncl is to be served add and work into it fo every quart of the ice ono gill of Ja nmica , nnd for every two quarts ono pin of the best clwmpngno. Never use tli wlno from damaged bottles or leak ; corks , as it will bo sure to elopravo nni perhaps entirely spoil your punch. Aftc you have well incorpooated these liquor * idd cream or meringue-mixture to suit. IT'S TOO KABY TO UVti. That's AVhat'stho Jlattcrwith llouelii ras QH a Nation. "As to tlio rumors of war in Hondi ; nisJ ) said Senor Jose Pinto to a Ghicng < Tribune reporter. "I think nobod need worry about them ; for I elon't believe liovo it is moro than a local disturbance if it amounts to that much. Pretty ncai ly nil the telegraphic news of Contra America comes through the meelimnshl of General E'/.otu of San Salvador ami 1 btrongly colored by him. Authentl news will como by mail. Tlio const general of Guatemala at Now York de clarcs that his country is at peace. believe that there will bo no Cent IT American war. Central American unit may not bo ollocted for years , but event ually it will como. " "Is it not easy to make a living i Honduras:1" : "Yes ; perhaps the trouble with it I that a man makes his living too easil.\ The northern coast of It is almost a prairie , anel all a settler has to do is t clear awny tlio underbrush burn up th rubbish , btick in the suckers of the bai ana in shallow hole about fifteen fee apart and in eight or ten months , one trco will produce a bunch of b.manti worth anywhere from 37 } to 75 cents. I the old days before trade was opened u with If ow Orleans , a few schooners use to como elown and pay 16 cents a bunol but the demand has increased and price have gone up. Snakes down there Only a few. There are poisonous make but the prairie is burned oft every yeai and what are not killed that way th peccaries make short work of , The pc < cnrles are wild hogs with tusks lil > knives and a wonderful willingness t use them. Like all pigs they are fen of snakes. "It is a general belief that Contrn America is too hot to bo endured. Th isthmus is frightfully hot and damp , hi tlio broad uplanela of Central Americ are ns healthful and cool as any prnlri in the "United States. There are no o > tromcs of temperature. It is never so e > tremoly hot or so cool as it is todnj Honduras oilers splendid opporlunitic to the agriculturist Almost every thin can bo grown there that grows hero nn our tropical fruits besides. " NOT AT ALli AI-MIAID. A. Pnrincr'a Wife AVIio Could To Angels Win : u Slic Suw llii'in , Ono summer evening nn old farmers : on his door-stop smoking a pipe befur going to beelsays the .MilllinburgTimc : Presently a tramp approached and sale "Good evening , sir. " "Good evening , " answered the furmoi "I have boon walking a long di " ' 'and if wi tanco"saiel the tramp , you pormlt"hio I'll sit a few minutes on you doorstop. " "All right , " was the answer. The two men fell into convorfeiittoi and us the farmer discovered his guei to bo an intelligent man , the talk wi continued until alato hour. "Would you mind giving mo a mug i cider ? " asked the tramp , at length. "Not at all , " said the farmer. "I wide do it with pleasure. " The cider was procured nnd dispcsc of ina summary * fashion , and then can tlio next request : "I've traveled a good distance toeln and I should like very much to lodj ; with you if you have no objection. " "All right , " answered the farmer , ' can accommodate you. " Meanwhile tlio wife , who liael long b fore retired nnd was listening to tliocoi versation from her bod-room , calk out : "No , you won't ; I won't have hi hero. Come , husband , it's time for ye to come in and look up. " "Madam , " said tlio tramp , sorlousl , turning in the direction of the vole "you should not speak so abruptly to stranger. You might bo entcrtuinii an ungol unawares , " "I ain't a mlto afraid , " returned tl old lady , calmly , "angels don't con around bogging cider after dark. " Why Nnmoil < luthrlc. Judge Guthrlo , of the district court Kansas , is the man after whom Guthri in the Oklahoma territory , was name according to tlio Kansas City Times. I wont to the front during the famous rai at the Oklahoma opening with a pail of Topeka citizens who expected to got slice of the now territory and a shai InQtho now towns. When the be sounded the judge and bis friopt made tlio wild race across the counti toward the site of the present city of 01 lahomn. They settled on the covoti land , but from the bushes came tlio reg lars men who had been waiting fi years for that day. They tossed tlio ban satchels of the Topeka citizens asid took tholr canes away and threatened make targets of the silkhatuof tho"Ka snsdudos , " as the Topeka gcntlom < were called by the men from the bus The Topeka delegation retired , and Judj Guthrlo lost his silk tile. Though ho lo ills own town lots nnd his fnvorito till the Judge has boon moro than compu sated by the naming of the town In h honor. TO n.SOAI'K A.N OI10U. A Man Jumps from n Moving Train for a Strnn o Ilrnson , Baltimore reports the strangest rail way accident of the past wcok , says the St. Louis Republic. A man about forty years of ngo was recently taken to the Maryland university hospital , whore on examination it was discovered that ho hud sprained his right ankle and broken two ribs. Ho said that there was some offensive odor In tlio cur , and that ho leaped from the train to avoid It. Kank tobacco is unpleasant to many , but It Is better to endure it for a tlmo than to risk life by a foolhardy leap. Even hnd the car boon pormentuil with assafevtlda it would have boon butter to endure a strain on tlio olfactories than to Incur bue'h peril as tills traveler , bv his own account , was willing to incur. The state ment Is probably oerroct. A man who hnd been Injured by muses beyond his control , giving him a fair claim for dam ages , would neit have boon likely to have inaele a statement absolving the company and throwing all blame on himself. AVlmt is really surprising Is that a man could have llv'eel for forty yearn and learned so llttlo. At times a convict \\lth \ u long jtonn e > f imprisonment before him risks a Hying leap , choosing the possibility of death rather than the cer tainty of captivity. No ono nooel bo sur prised at such cases. Even were tlio train nn express , a dcsporatu criminal might prefer Instant death te ) woarlnomo years. Suicides will occur from time to time , despite all precautions that can bo tnken. IJut this man is not described ns a lunatic. TIe wan not a fugitive from justice. Ho did not wish lo kill hlmsolf. llather than submit to temporary Incon venience ho jeopardized his life. To Ills crcelit , bo it stated , he possesses the vir tue of candor In an unusual degree. Many would hesitate ere admitting themselves guilty of the folly to which ho confesses. Kulli'oails In ( Jtnli. A communication from Salt Lake City published In the Denver UopuUuan pre sents n vitnv of tlio railway situation In Utah which indicates that in tlio course of a few years that territory will possess a railway system extending into nearly every quarter. Tlio construction of such a system of roads would bo tbo very best thing which could occur for Utah. Colorado's wonderful - dorful growth since 18SO is duo as much to the construction of railroads into remote - mete parts of the states as to any other thing. Tlio construction of those roads lias promoted the development of the re sources of the state and has opened up now localities for tlto settlement of now inhabitants. Utah is a territory of great natural re- surcos. It wealth is not confined nlono to tlio district of which Salt Lake City is the center. The bouthorn part of the territory is known to bo rich. There aio several very prosperous Mormon tattle- mcnts in the south. Tn diH'erent locali ties there are gooel mining districts , and there IB not the least question that the opening up of the territory by railways would lead to the development ot mines and bring Utah prominently forward na a mineral-producing buclion. The trunk-line roads nro not the only onejs which promote the do\elopmont of n new country. The Union Pacillc hns for moro than twontvyonrsboon operated through southern AVyoming , but It bus not had a great deal to do with tlio de velopment of that slnlej. What a now country needs in a great system of branch roads feeding the trunk lines with the trafllc of sections which would otherwise bo entirely cut oil' and whiuh would nisi enable those boctions to develop their re sources nud murkut their products. This is the kind of a system which it seems Utah will likely ooon secure. took Cold , s I took Sict , - ) 1 T001C UKSUF.T : I take My Meals , I take My Rest , ' AND I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKE ANYTHING I CAN LAY MV HANDS ON ; Hotting Hit too , TOR Scolt's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hvpophosphitesof Limoand Soda or ONLVCURKD MY IlU'ip- icnt Coii.suiiiitiiii | HUT BUILT , MH UP , AN ! ) IS NOW 1'UlfING ) FLESH ON MY BONES j AC THE RATE OK A POUND A DAY. I II JUS r AS EASILY AS I 1)0 ) MILK. " SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING JJIAV. SCOTT'S EMUISION is DOING WONULKS DAILY. TAUK NO OTIII.R. For Old an.d Young. Tutt'H I.Ivor I'illn net on Uliully on tli clillil , tliodollculo fcnmlo or luTlrin olU UKTC , an upoti Ibo vigorous man. ( f Ivo tone toiho ncali utomacli , bow cli , klclncyn uurt bluilitvr. Tu thcie organs Ilielr HrciiBllieiiliir | ii iimc uro Moiiilcrful , cuiiHlii them li > l T form tlielr fiiiictloim u § iu youtli. Sold Everywhere. Ofllco , 31) & 41 Park Plucc , N. Y. C. L. Erlckson , Local Agt.200 N.lOthSl EXCELSIORSPRINGSH- " . . < * WATERS "ST. * Niture'i Tonic , Diuretic and Uric Solvent. SOl.IJ ONT.Y IN IlOTTUtS ET C B. MOORC & CO , , Agti. ISIS Dodge St. SICK HEADACHE 1'oftitlvply cured l jr ' these Little Tills. CARTER'S They also roller o Dis tress from Ityspepflii In ITTLE dlfcsttoa luulToo Hearty Kiting. A perfect rcnv IVER cdyforllz7lness. ) Nausea. PILLS , Drowsiness. Had Taste In Iho Month , Coated Tongue , Pain In the Side , TOni'IU L1VKU. They regulate tbo Bowels. rurcly Vegetable. SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE ; SMALL PRICE SPECIAL NOTICES. . COUNCIL BLUFFS. WANTKU-llTfglit , IntolilKont lady , work M Hffhl nnd In the olty , Tlilrli'cn wuoU , JII7. Aililrtws will' ' stamp nixl iffori'iu'f. 1. . M. , llco olllcc , Onmlm. M UK-ID _ _ w mi toil for Indoor work , 1713 Tlihd MAN II. I ) . Cra\cs HKAHoMtniict tocM-hiiiiBO foroliMir land Olorcltynropi'ity. . Johnston YnnI'uttill , ock. _ i southwestern Iowa for snlot IV twins easy , AlsoHiiuilUtirii iiiidKiiriUa Innil niotiiulCoiiticll Hliitrs. Johnston , v Ynn I'.itH'ti , r.vt-rutt tiUmk. t ) III of iniilox , liariK"'S nnd wnvon for snlo IA on it vein's time. Johnston & Van I'utU'ii , K\orott hiojk. ' _ _ _ i ritS. A'MKIiTA NIKI.SON.M. n.spoclil mid- 111 wife. IJJU-aiivo , Council Mliilla. In. UI'KOIAU MAuTlAINS In liousmfor sato or IJ rent ; ulio two SuuiKlfH slioot lol , N Omaha. .1. U. Un\UI on , < Ui" > Mh u\o. AIiTKH rl M AVai re H block , W Notary Public , i-olloctlons , tyiiamltlng. HKNT Arti'slrnblo lirlok le'stdi'iu-o ot Foil room" , pltvimintlv blttmtcil on lilgli Rr.mnd. l.iiiL'D vuid iiiul otchuiil , Coinonlunt toinntor. Aupiy tu N. I1. OodKU & . Co. rAST.K''rK'Ff ' ' * 111 > .9 ! ) lady or . i > Will liny * l."iior | i'ok to rl lit | tnity I1. ( ! , H. , MT Willow nvo. , C < nuu'll _ ' * OR's A M > I.t-is : nmTfTirnUuio ot Scott House , Ciiuncll HliilT * . ' . ' * > looms. Cliraiiio. Aihlruss . I. tj.Jordim , C'oiiiiolllllnir < . I71O11 KKNT 'Iho McMnlmn"thriMstory T lu-ick bloclc , No. ; io S. Slnliistltlieluvutor J , U'&inj ro. IjlOtlUKNT A choice nlwo of Burden land -i niMir CoiuiL-ll HltilK with Kooil new liullil * lux. liniiirdlato possesnlon If di-tlred. .l.\v \ , Hm I rts. rts.SAM SAM Coinplftu hot of tlniuMs tools aiiilsninll stDCK o [ tlnwnio lit : i luiiraln. . ruoni 318 Mi'irliini liloi'k , 0 stoves at cost to oloso out , Hoadqiiartcrt J for hard maple boiisu moving rollois anil ( jiu-ks. U. t ) . Amy & . Co. OSOMuln-itu'ct. _ rp\VOPO-ncro farms for s lo near Iliprlty nt Jit bargain.V. . A. Wood ( t Co , 54JO Main st. SAliK or Rout Q.inlnn land , with FOll , by J. It. Hlco. lUJMnln St. . Uouuoll BlulTs. CITIZENS STATE BANK Or Council Bluffs. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,009 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 50,000 LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS 350,000 DuiECTOiis F. A. Mlllor , T. O. Oloason , R r * Slinuart , K. H. Hart , J. U. UdniuniNon.lJIuuloj U. llunnan. Transact general ti.inkhii linsl- noss. Largest cMpltal iintl Hiirplus ot any bank In Sonthwosturn town. ' INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS , OFFICER & PUSEY , BANKERS. \ Corner Main and Hroailway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Uciili'rs In foreign nnil dninostla nxi'liinlt 1'iilloetluii niiido unil Interest pitltl on lira * Ooposlls. COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS All Kinds of Dying mill Cleaning ilonn In tlm HlKi it Style of tlio Art , I'.ulud and .Stained ralnk'sniiiilu to looltas uood us now. Work liromiitly donu mul dellvurvil In all jiirts ot tlie country. Send for | ) i Ice list , O. A. M AUI I AN , Prop. . 1013 llioadway. Near Northwestern Uojiott COtlNCII. IILUFIS , IA , 27 WAIN STREET. Over 0 , II. Jiicquoinin Ic Con .Tcwolry K L. 0. Knotts PUB ! - Merchant All kinds ofthe bestnnd cleanest 1'Liel in stock and under sheds People who desire cheap and clean fuel for cooking will rind It by ordering n lend of cobs , 1 have a large supply that are clean and whole not broken up. Good hard wood chenp , either in cord wood lengths or stove- wood , delivered promptly. - All sizes of hand conl , clean , bright and well screened , The blnck peerless lump coal coninnes to be the favorite fop domestic purposes. - : - No. 29 Main Street , Call Telephone 203 : - : - Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Protectors , Etc. AGENTS WANTED. DIU.I ) . JUDD , CO6 Broad-way , Council Bluffs , la U isy c- READ THIS ci cd - , i1 ! 10 - On or after January 1,1 , v/ill make a change in business , con 0 : o , sequent ! } ' my entire stock'of Pictures , Hasels , Hainboo Novelties and in my holiday goods in general must be closed out at greatly reduced ii. > n . prices. A cash discount of 20 per cent will be given on all frames teat made to order. atc , A new and cheap line of fine screens just received , For $1.50 iIu you can buy a Picture Nicely framed , former price $3.00 ; Bamboo Iu liasels , 75 cents W. 'W , Chapman , 1C Mam st. , Council Bluffs la.