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THE OMAHA PAITAr BEE , SAT.UKDAY , NOVEMBER 22 , 1890 ,
THE OMAHA BEE
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* * OFFICE , NO. 12 PEARL ST.
Tcllvtrcd by Carrier In any part of the City ,
II. W. T1LTON. JIANAOKU
flunlnrsn Office , No. 41
NIclil Editor , No , 23.
N. V. P. Co.
Council IJluffs Lumber Co. coal.
The city council at the special session on
Thursday nlpht elected Alderman Everett to
succeed "hl i father 113 ono of the trustees of
the public llbrnry.
The mayor has nnpolntcd .7ohn Ilurke ,
formerly deputy city clerk , ns n regular
pntrolman , nnd ho Ims been assigned tonight
patrol duty on Washington avenue.
A young couple , Gustavo A. Sntzko nnd
Annie Sannc , stepped Into the clerk's ofllce
ycHtorday aftcmoon mid neeured n license ,
Justice Burnett chanced to bo sitting there
waiting to bo called ns a witness In tlio court
above , und ho improved the walling
moments by tying the knot right there ,
The next state tournament of the Firemen' *
association Is to bo held nt Ccdnr Kajilds iu
Juno. .T. Jj. Tcinp'aton ' , thoex-cblof of Coun
cil Bluffs , hiw been chosen superintendent of
the hose company contests , It bus been de
cided that the next winter meeting of the
association will bo held in Council Bin Its.
I-.nst nipht Chief Carv received n letter
from ono N. L. ( Jroggof Pnrhville , Mo. , ask-
Int ; for Information concerning ono W. L.
Sherman , for whom ho hud endorsed n draft.
As the initials nnd tha methods used nro the
same as In the case of the conlldenco game
recently plavcd on W. S. Hayncs , it is be
lieved ft is the same party.
An old Indian who has been going around
the city for the past two or throe months sell
ing various articles has quit the business nnd
pulled out for the west. Yesterday morning
he announced that the Messiah had ordered
him to put on his "holy Bhlrt" and go and
dance , and lie obeyed. Ho visited Fcaron's
Grocery during thn forenoon dressed In his
"holy shirt" with his fuco elaborately
streaked with read paint nnd announced that
ho was done working for n living and had
enough to keep him until the Messiah cnmo ,
He took the Union Paclllc train for the west.
There were eight full-blooded Indians on
the Northwestern train from the north yes
terday morning. They wcro a father and his
sons coming from Minncsotnnnd going south.
They were dressed in citizen's clothes und
the old mnn appeared to bo a very Intelligent
fellow. Ho tulKCil fre ly to the passengers ,
nnd told them ho was taking his sons out of
the wny of harm , that they had heard of tha
promised Messiah nnd were very much affected
by tbo news of Ins coming , nnd wore about
half inclined to go to Dakota and join tlio
ghost dances. Ho said ho had foucht In
several cnmpnlgns with the whites and know
their strength and the futility of the Indians'
hope that tnoy could overcome them , and to
prevent his sons' getting Into trouble he was
inking them away from temptation.
At the last special mooting of tbo city coun
cil n new rule was adopted that will do a
great deal toward breaking the Interminable
tedium of the meeting proceedings and ma
terially shorten the sessions. Hereafter all
petitions nnd communications will ho referred
nt once to the proper committees without
reading In full , the clerk only rending the
captions. Heretofore thcso communications
have been read before the council , and alter
being discussed have been referred to the
committees. Not ono petition or communica
tion In a hundred has over been disposed of
by the council without reference to the np-
pronriato committee , and sessions have been
CN. prolonged for hours that might have
been terminated in one hour if this kind of
useless discussion had been dispensed with.
The examination nnd discussion of this soit
of business is properly committee work , and
iho committees hereafter will bo required to
attend to it without consuming tlio time of
fiOO samples of the latest fall style in ladies' ,
misses' and children's cloaks will bo sold nt
COST I'ltici : TODAY at the Boston Store be
tween a and 8 o'clock , in addition to our own
Immense stock , the above being from ono of
tbo largest manufacturers in the United
States wcth their special agent. Boston Store
today , between 2 nnd 8 o'clock. This Is also
the last day of our special sale in all depart-
niGiits in order to moko room for holiday
goods. BOSTON STOIIK , COUNCIL BI.UFFP , U.
Motor faro paid both wavs to all our OMAHA
PATIIOXH. Avail yourself of this golden op
portunity , as u chance lilto this seldom oc
J. C. Blxby , steam heating- , sanitary cn-
, glncer , 013 L.lfo bulldmsj , O.iialujJJJ Mor
rinm block , Council Illufls.
Gents' underwear In great variety at prices
to suit nil nt Model Clothing Co. , L. II.
Dr. Soybcrt. lies , Ogden houso. Tol. HO.
For hoys' nnd children's suits durably
made and at lowest prices , call at the Model
M'KttSOS.lL , PA H A till A J'HS.
F. L. Harden has a new little daughter at
his homo , the arrival being yesterday ,
Theodora Bray , who recently met with
Biich a serious accident by bolngthrown from
his can lago , was able to cotno down town
ycsterdiiv for the first time siuco the acci
dent. HU full and speedy recovery , which
uccmcd so doubtful at llrst , Is now assured ,
inuch'to the gratltlcatlon of his manyfrietids.
C. II. Converse , the Oakland nttornov , was
, in court hero yesterday. Ho Is rapidly re
covering from his paralytic stroke , which for
weeks threatened to disable him for life. Ills
vigorous constitution and his youth helped
him along greatly , and If ho docs not Indulge
in such overwork ns cam ed his previous at
tack , It Is thought by his physicians that ho
will almost fully recover his strcnth and
A fresh Involco of flno cheviot suits for
young men , just received at Model Cloth
ing Co. _
Our line of cook stoves and rnngos , from
fT.fiO to $45 gives you the greatest variety to
select from , nt Mandcl & Klein's , JEO Broad
An elegant line nf Motion overcoats at ro
tluced nitosnt Madel Clothing Co.
" " Held Up n Woman.
Thursday night at half past 10 o'clock ns
Mrs. Carrie Wicks was passing along Broad
way In the vicinity of the Dunforth block ,
between IClghth nnd Ninth streets , she was
confronted by a footpad and robbed nt the
point of a revolver. The lady lives with her
husband on Upper Broadway , and wns re
turning home after making a visit In the
lower ] Kirtlon of tha street , where she stayed
later tlinn she anticipated , .Tint ns she approached
preached n saloon kept in a little woolen
building she noticed a young man enter it
f rom the street nnd leave the door open. An
Instant after she passed the door some ono
sprang out , cither from the door or from a
narrow entry way between the two buildings ,
und thrusting what she supposed to bo a
pistol In her face applied a vllo epi
thet to her and told her to give
up her money ciulck or ho would kill her.
Sho. wns too badly frightened to scream , nnd
she quickly gave the fellow nil she had , § 1.
Ho took the money and disappeared In the
saloon. She got u good look at the fellow as
ho entered the building , nnd describes him as
having n full face , dark mustache and wear
ing a slouch hat. She wns afraid to continue
her journey homo nlono and went to Justice
Scnurz' residence tilio told the
nrar by , jus
tice her story and gave her description of her
assailant. It was supposed to lit Charles
Phillips , a son of K. V. Phillips , and ho was
placed under arrest by Oftlcor O'Brien.
Yesterday afternoon ho was arraigned be
fore Schurz , but when Mrs. Wicks was called
upon to Identify him she nt once declared
that ho was not the man who robbed her , nnd
asked for his discharge , lie was accordingly
discharged und the ofliccrs are still looking
for tno follow with a dark mustache nnd full
fuco with poor prospects of tlndlng htm.
Scott Houso. 8R ct. meals , Me.
The great blow about heaters our would-be
competitors nro making. Have you seen a
better stJtk of heaters and lower prices tuan
tM. & K.'s , K-H ) Broadway ,
The Manhattan sporting headquarter ! , 418
THE SEWS IN THE BLUFFS ,
A Short "And1' ' Causes a Legal Complication
ill the District Court.
A WOMAN HELD UP BY THE FOOTPADS ,
Ifnrtcr'fT Unlmppy Honeymoon
Mrs. Kn 111 leu Driven from Homo by
Her Iluslmnd HilUlnno's Debt
JudgoDeoracr is not the best of penmen ,
especially when In his hurried wny ho clashes
off a decree with n blunt leadpencll. The
failure of the county clerk to clearly make
out his panellings In copying the record led
yesterday to the temporary abandonment ofn
case in the district court. Somotlmo last
May W , F. Woodward was appointed guard
ian of his aged father , MlJ. . Woodward , who
Is In his eighty-ninth year. The deorco was
entered In duo form , making the son the
gnnrdhm of the person and property , but In
the penciling Judge Dccmor wrote It "person
& property" In such n hurried manner that
the clerk In making up the record took the
" & " for an "I , " and mndo the entry to read
so as to glvo young Woodward the guardian
ship of the old man's "personal property. "
Yesterday the case of W. F. Woodward vs
Mrs. Bench came up for n hearing. The
plaint iff sued ns guardian to have a deed set
aside , which the old man had given Mrs.
Beach , In examining the record as to nis
apnolntmontns guardian it was discovered
that it showed simply that ho was the
guardian of the "personal property , " mid not
the guardian of "tho person ami property. "
Of course it was a clerical error , but the case
could not bo maintained with this sort of a
record. The matter was let go over to the
next term , and in tlio meantime steps will betaken
taken to correct the record.
The case Is a peculiar one. On the part of
the pla'ntlff ' It Is claimed that the old man la
in his dotage , and tint hu tins become so
under the Inllucnco of Mrs. Beach , who
ented a house from htm on Madison street ,
that ho was induced by her to give to lier a
deed of the property , without receiving for It
my consideration. This deed was given o
few days before hi * son wns appointed as his
guardian , nnd now the son seeks to have the
deed set nsidu as void and procured by fraud.
On the other sldo it is chdnifd that the son
ias been making an annoying war upon his
iged father , and that the only object the
ou tig man has is to get possession of the old
man's property. It is claimed that the old
gentleman was cared for by Mrs. Bench for
nonths before this deed was made , and that
she is still caring for him. Instead of paying
" : icr for this care lie agreed to deed her the
property if she would continue to care for
dm during his hfo tlmo. This care was the
consideration. His further claimed that the
father , though old nnd milrin , Is not Incapa
ble of entering into a valid contract , or dis
posing of his property to his own advantage ,
nnd that in this case he acted wisely.
Last few days of the great clearing sale at
BOSTON STORE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
ends Satuday nipht , the object of this sale
jclng to make room for our Immense block of
lolidny gooits that are arriving dally. Note
n few of the bargains offered In our coat nnd
jl.ick goods department.
English cashmeres , special bargains at lOc ,
2 } c , H'c , S.'c a vard.
Iti-inch English hcnrlctta , good value at
We ; sale price : t'.le.
Wo call special attention to our new as
sortnicnt of 50c black goods , including India
Lwills , German henrietta. Frcnctt cashmcro
and serges , which sold for 5Sc , 02 > < fa u ! '
during sale at 50e a yard.
All wool French dyed drap do alma , sold
for 7f > c ; snlo price Me.
Our $1 line of black goods , consisting of
French , German and Austrian henriottas ,
India twills and Frenen serge , sold from
$1.10 to $1.39 ; during sale atl.
llhACK BRILI.IANT1NCS ,
Special prices for tnis week : Examine
the following bargains at 2."c , IWc , ! Wc , 43e ,
50c , 5Sc , OOc , 75c , 9. c nnd $1.25.
4 0 8 10 12
Bargains marked.$1.00 S1.23 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00
I ) . K. stripe coat
wltheapo 1.75 2.00 2.23 2.50 2.75
D. K. stripe , full
Orctchcn mndo. 3.23 2.50 2.75 3.00 8.25
D. K. stripe with
larco capo 3.75 8.00 H.25 3.50 3,75
D. 1C. and lipht
Elnids , double )
roasted 0.73 4.25 4.75 5.25 5.75
coats in Scotch
plaids , fullUret-
chcnmado 4.50 5.00 5.50 0,00 6.50
D. K. brown Bro
cade Beaver.l.oO 5.00 fi,50 C.OO . 0.50
A large assortment of Misses' tJarmonts at
equally low prices , besides numberless bar
gains in every department.
BOSTON STORE ,
FoTiiEiiiNniiAMViimi.xw : k Co. ,
Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices.
101 to 405 Broadway ,
COUNCIL. BLUFFS , IA.
ftobljcd During Her Honeymoon.
Yesterday morning a handsdmo , dark-eyed
young woman of slender build nnd stylishly
dressed , appealed to Justice Barnett fora
personal Interview. The Justice drove out
the crowd of loungers In his private ofllco and
was closeted with the lady for some tlmo.
She told him a very sad story of marital im-
hnpplness and asked for a warrant for the
arrest of her husband on the charge of steal
ing a gold watch that had boon given her by
her mother. She signed the necessary la-
formation and the warrant wns issued.
The woman was Mrs. Clara llartcr. She
said she married nor husband , Harry llartcr ,
in Denver six months a o. She says llartcr
won her consent to marriage after a short
but ardent courtship , during which ho niado
n lavish display of money , and spent it frocly.
He was then flying pretty high ns a hotelkeeper -
keeper , representing that ho owned a
valuable hotel property at Lavator ,
Colo. After their marriage In Den
ver ho announced his Intention of not return
ing to .Lavator , but declared that ho has sold
the hotel , and was looking around to pur
chase something about the slzo of the now
Grand In this city or the 1'axton In Omaha.
T hey lived pretty well for n short time , nnd
then his Junds begun to grow short , nnd ho
had numerous Interviews with people who
came to see htm from the other Colorado
village. Some of them were nceonlpanied by
deputy sheriffs and constables , and all of
them brought good sized demands for monoy.
She soon found that her now husband had
good reasons for leaving the town , and hud
loft plenty of unpaid bills behind him. Ho
Informed his wlfo that there were no hotels
in Denver big enough to suit his pile , mid
persuaded her to come with him to Omaha ,
whcra hothougnt ho could buy or build some
thing that would suit him. After spending u
few days there ho concluded the best oppor
tunities to get into a first class hotel business
oulil bo found In Council Bluffs , nnd ho
brought his wlfo. over hero and procured
cheap lodgings for her.
Slio remained here about three weeks , but
was left nlono nearly all the time , her hus
band still Industriously pcrsulng his scheme
to buy a full grown hotel. By this time she
wns convinced that the stories ho had told
her about himself were nil false , that ho was
not a relative of a patent inodlclno man of
the same name and a half owner In his busi
ness , ns ho had frequently told her. After
pinning him down closely he finally told nor
tie was simply a hotel cook , and hud no re
sources to lull hack upon hut the salary no
could earn in the kitchen if ho could find
somebody willing to biro him , Immediately
after coming to Omaha , she says ho tclo-
gruphed back ( hut ho had committed suicide ,
nnd signed a fictitious iinmo to the message.
Ills creditors did not believe the story , and
0116 of them came to Omaha and had
him arrested and took him buck.
Ho Bcrve.l a short sentence for
obtaining money under falsa pretenses.
When hu got out of jail at Lavator ho came
direct to council Bluffs nnd found his wlfo.
Ho reached hero Wednesday , und that night
ho robbed his wlfo of tier gold ivnlcu and n
little money she still bad , Yesterday morn L.
ing be concluded to have him arrested , ami
procured the warrant from Darnell's court ,
It was expected that ho would return to this
city , nnd Constable Covalt was given tlio
warrant. Before ho could bo nrrcitcd , however -
over , his wife had visited Omaha and found. 4
the stolen watch in a pawn shop on Farimm ,
street , where ha had secured $15 on it. She
told the pawnbroker that It had been stolen
from her. and ho procured the fellow's nrrest
by the Omaha police for obtaining money
under false pretenses. Ho will ho brought
to this sldo nnd prosecuted for larceny.
The little woman's handsome fnco nnd fig *
\lronnd her evident distress have won the
sympathies of the court onicers , and they
will do all they can to help her.
KISISM/WH OliO/ilt SAI.I3.
A 8iccli l Opportunity to Get n Fine
Imported Unrincnt at Hull'Import-
cr'n Cost Only Tor This Week.
Kvcry lady who Is posted In the styles nnd
values of cloaks knows that Klsenmirs Is the
place to look for them. They are also aware
that If there Is anything now and stylish to
bo scon they have to coma to Kbcin nil's ' to
Ladles como from n dlstnnco of hundreds
ofmllc.4 to see our styles and wo always
please them , and send them away happy.
This week wo uro In better shniw than over
to sell yon cloaks , wr.ins , Jackets cheaper
than over before. We huvo closed out from
the Manhattan clo.ik nud suit company , and
the well known firm of A. Frlcndlnnuer &
Co. , of Berlin , ami Bluincnthall Brothers of
Paris , 'their entlro importation of stylish
Kumplo garments , only one garment of a kind.
Over MO styles at ndlscountof one-half from
Importer's cost , and in order to make things
livelv wo purpose to glvo our customers the
bcncllt of our purchases. This is the grand ,
est opportunity for you to get the latest im-
potted finest garments for less than the price
of ordinary made cloaks.
Don't miss this opportunity.
I'lush cloaks forflU.BO worth $20.
Plush cloaks for $15 , worth S'i5.
I'lush cloaks for f 10.50 , worth ! S.
We save you fully ono-lmlf on plush cloaks
( ircatsuloof misses' and children's cloaks ,
Jackets and newniarkets. Prices way down ,
nnd n line doll given away with every child's '
cloak sold during this week at Henry Else-
man & Co's. greatest cloak bouse in the west.
Corner Broadway and Pearl sts. , Council
Bluffs , la.
Mall orders receive careful and prompt at
In the superior court yesterday In the case
of the Now Hampshire hanking company the
plaintiffs' demurrer to the answer of the de
fendants was overruled. The suit was
brought against C. Ilnldano to recover fG.OOU
on a note given by Haldano and his wlfo to
A. 1C. Annls. The payment of the note wa-j
guaranteed by George I-1. Wright and
John N. Baldwin , nnd they were
made co-dofcndants with Hnldano.
Wright and Baldwin declare in their an
swer that the plaintiff had not used proper
diligence in collecting tro note from Hal
dane , but that , on the contrary , Haldano has
been in the city since the beginning of the
action and that plaintiff has failed to servo
him with notice of the suit , though this might
easily have been done. They nssort , more
over , that Haldano has sinootiio beginning of
the suit taken property away from the city
which would , If attached , have been sufll-
cicnt to satisfy the note.
A Christinas Puzzle.
What shall wo buy for the holidays ? If
this puzzles you come in and see our holiday
nttrnctlons : brilliant diamonds ; gold nnd
sliver watches and chains ; quaint , novel , now
patterned jewelry , rings , bracelets , necklaces ,
lockets ; gold-headed canes ; solid silver and
plated ware ; too many novelties to namoj
you must see them to appreciate them , they
are so artistic and beautiful ; visitors - welcome
come to see our display. C. B. Juuquemln &
Co. , No. 27 Main st.
Money to loan at straight 5 per cent per
annum. E. S. Barnctt , agent.
Threatened to Kill His Wife.
Mrs. Temeranco B. Fulks is temperate by
name and nature , but she is married to a
man who Is very Intemperate in the abuse of
his wife ns well as the products of the dlstll-
lerfns. For some time past ho has been
making life a burden to her , and lately ho has
boon threatening to remove the burden by re
moving her from the land of the living. Yes
terday morning she appealed to Justice Barnett -
nett for protection , and asked to have the
panoply of the law cast around her nnd used
to suppress her belllgerant husband , Edward
A. She says that on Thursday night his acts
of cruelty culminated In an attack \ipon her
with a pistol. Ho drove \icr \ from her homo
with two pistols , one In each hand. One of
them she knows was loaded , but she wns not
sure about the acontcnts of the other. She
escaped from him in the darkness and took
refuge with her mother , Airs. Nancy Luman ,
where she remained during the night.
She signed an information charging him
with threatening to kill her , and u warrant
was Issued for his arrest. The ofllcer to
whom it was given had been unable to find
Fulks up to last night , and It is thought ho
has skipped tho. town for good.
Fulks does not bear a very good namo. Ho
was arrested last April upon the charge of
passing counterfeit money , but was dis
charged. His wife says ho passed the coun
terfeit money all right , and know It was
Buy your coal and wood of C. B. Fuel Co. ,
53'J Broadway. Telephone 130.
For stout men's clothing call at Model
Clothing Co. , L. H. Mossier , Algr.
Great bargains In bedroom suits atMandol
& Klein. 3'0 Broadway.
The School Doarcl Meets Again.
The board of education held another special
meeting last night. It wns expected that the
gentlemen would get together and select a
superintendent , hut they did not. The mat
ter was not even alluded to. All the mem
bers were present with the exception of Mr.
Wiillo. " President Stewart came up before
the hour for calling the meeting to order had
arrived and announced that it would bo im
possible for him to attend on account of
other important and pressing matters , nnd as
the business the board would need to trans
act was'simply the approval of the payroll of
the teachers and Janitors so that they
could get their money It would not bo neces
sary for him to remain , ns ho had already ex
amined the payrolls , approved and signed
them. Ho loft before the boarit convened ,
nnd the secretary called the meeting to pi-dor.
The payrolls were formally presented and
The board then adjourned to meet at 8
o'clock Tuesday evening , when it is conll-
dontly predicted that the deadlock will bo
broken and a superintendent will bo selected ,
nnd ready to send la his acceptance and re
port for duty at the regular monthly meeting
which occurs next Friday evening.
This week will bo a mcmorablo one In the
heating stove trado. Wo Just received another
car loud of the Peninsular stoves and will
quote bottom figures to purchasers. At M. &
lC.'s,3'JO , Broadway.
See our now fall patterns of carpets , nigs ,
shades at all prices. AtM. & K.'a ' , U20 Broadway -
Scott House. Best $1.00 per day house in
the city. _
Mcdlonl Comment on Hooli'H Cure.
BEUI.IN , Nov. 2 1. [ Special Cablegram to
TUB BuB.l This week's number of the
Deutsche Medlclnlscuro Wochenschrlft con
tains a report by Drs. Bcrgmann , Frantzol
and others on Koch's treatment of tubercu
losis. The article , which Is written In scien
tific language , adds little to what Is already
known. Dr. Frant/el believes that advanced
cases need a long course of treatment before
the cfllcacy of the remedy can bo shown. Ho
agrees with the other doctors that the great
est value of the remedy Is as a means of diag
nosis and In the treatment of tubercular skin
discuses. In diseases of tlio internal organs
the remedy is of doubtful cfllcacy.
Albright's Choice , terms to suit.
Didn't Like ( ho Agreement ,
Denny , Nov. 21 , [ Special Cablegram to
TUB BEE. ] HerrYohsen , for a number of
years Gorman consul at Zanzibar and agent
| of the German East Africa company , has
withdrawn from the directorate of the com *
puny in consequence of th c neluslon of the
agreement between the Ueriimn government
Ktid the company relative to the sovereignty
of the territory in East .AfiHcil recently ccdeil
to the company by thosultah of Zanzibar ,
Albright's Choice , junction nil 11 K.
Tlio Cloud on the Irish Caii < * o.
LOXDOX , Nov. 81. fSpocJil Cablegram to
TUB BKK.J The Saturday "Review expresses
surprise at the tactics of tlio unionist jour
nals In seeking Mr. Pnniell's ' political head.
Their action , It say. . has naturally caused n
revulsion of feeling In favor 6f the Parnoll *
Ite.x.Mlchncl Davltt , In n speech at South nnnt
today , snld that a cloud rested upon the Irish
cause at present , but that , with God's help
nnd the help of honest liberals tit England ,
that cuuso would still prevail. Let the lories ,
ho said , try to surprise them with an election
and they would soon bo undeceived.
Albright's Cliolco , terms cosy.
A ( Jutlirlo Hank Goes Under.
GuTiiiitn , Oklahoma , Nov. 21 The Com
mercial bank of this city , which Is the largest
bunk In the territory , assigned late lust night
for the benefit of creditors. The proprietors
have all loft town. The collapse was caused
by the failure recently of tlio Newton , iCati. ,
National bank. The liabllltlesand assets can't
bo ascertained. A run wns made on the other
banks this morning , but It was stopped when
nn ample showing of funds was made. The
hank belongs to a syndicate , which prac
tically controls the banks In Newton , ICnn. ,
Normal , Kl Keno , Stlllwatcr and White
water , The Newton bank failed yesterday ,
Today the Guthrlo bank suspended and the
Whitewater concern is now In the hands of
an examiner. Nothing has been heard from
the Kl Uono , Normal or Stlllwatcr banks.
The Guthrlo bank's capital wus $300,000 ,
Newton's $100 OCX ) , and the others about the
same. It Is believed hero that the assets uro
cental to the liabilities.
Albright's Choice , special induce
The Governor's Order Disregarded ,
Dns MOINES , In. , Nov. ai. lSpccinl Tele
gram to Tun Ben. ] Governor Boles und
AVardcn McMillan of the Fort Madison peni
tentiary arc having n little controversy over
the length of term of ft prisoner. About a
year nnd a half ago John Cox , n inombcr of a
rcpectnblo family in Monona county , wus
caught In the act of committing larceny nnd
ivns also indicted for another act of the same
nature. Upon the trial in Judge Lewis' '
: ourt In Sioux City ho pleaded guilty and
, vas sentenced to one year In the state prison
on each charge , both sentences to begin the
iutno day. The year was up last August , but
lie wns not released , the warden discovering
that Uio clerk of the couut had niado n mis-
tuko in recording the sentences , and on the
full of the record Cox would have to servo
another year. Umlerkvil ndvico ho held the
boy. The mutter was brought to tlio notice
of the governor , who ordered the warden to
release the prisoner forthwith , but the order
was disregarded , and yesterday the governor ,
in an angry mood , went down to Investigate ,
after having received the assurance of Judge
Lewis that the sentence was intended to bo
but for one year , all told. The governor's
argument produced no impression upon the
warden , nnd ho will likely interfere In the
y of a pardon or remittance of sentence.
Albright's Choice , prices nmsonnblo.
Almost a Serious Panic.
CHICAGO , Nov. 21. A flro'ln ' the basement
of the Studebaker building , next to the
auditorium , at a late hour this evening cre
ated a dcnso smoke , which , going into the
corridors of the hotel , created quite n panic
among the guests , many of whom hod retired.
A number of them gathered their effects and
rushed down tlio hallways , hut their fears
were soon allayed by tko.ullorts of employes.
The sinoko also penetrated the auditorium
theater stage , but not In front of the stage ,
nnd the performers being assured that there
was absolutely no danger , the play went on
with the audience in' Ignorance of tiio prox
imity of the lire , which was soon extin
guished with slight loss.
Arrival ol * the Serpent Survivors.
LONDON , Nov. 21. [ Special Cablegram to
Tun BiiE.J-Tho surviving members of the
crow of the British cruiser Serpent , which
was lost off the Spanish coast on the night of
November 10 , have arrived ut Plymouth on
the troop-ship Tyno. In an interview , Bur
ton , one of the survivors , said ho believed
that the sea had extinguished the Serpent's
llres , us most 'of tno bodies picked up were
covered wltb volumes of dust and ashes.
The onicers of the Tyno , however , believe
that the SorDcut's boilers burst , as several
of the bodies were mutilated.
A Suspicious Robbery.
NEW YonK , Nov. 21. The Twenty-sixth
Ward bunk of Brooklyn , of which Ditmas
Jewell is president , was robbed yesterday of
a package containing $5,000 In bills. The
money was taken from a safe which sat di
rectly back of the cashier's desk about noon
yesterday , whea the cashlc'r and a cleric
named Bookman were alone In the bank.
Stnlibetl Each Other Fatally.
CHATTANOOGA , Twin. , Nor. 21. Three
years ago John 1'Iekott , a mountaineer , killed
Ids wlfo , but was afterwards acquitted on
the plea that It was accidental. Tonight Tom
Allen brought up the matter in an offensive
manner and n iighf < ensued , In which both
men fatally stabbed each other with knives.
At New York The Nederlnud , from Ant
werp ; the Kugin , from Hamburg ; the State
of Indiana , from Glasgow.
At Queenstown The Wyoming , from Now
Sighted at London The Helvetia.
Tlio UcnnOHScy Murder Cnso.
New OiUEAXS , Ln. , Nov. 21. In the Hen
nessey murder case the grand Jury today
found true bills against nine Italians as prin
cipals and eight others us accessories to the
murder. The accused are how all In prison.
Dumb Hell Itcuor * ! Broken.
MOXTIIKAINov. . 21. Louis Cyo today
broke the dumb bell record , putting up 109
pounds with one hand from the shoulder
twenty-seven times against 10J pounds twenty
times , the previous record ,
A Strike ol' Miners.
ScormAi.i : , Pa. , Nov. .21. Today the min
ers and cokers of the plants of the Frlclc
company Inaugurated h strlko against what
they term discrimination. About six hun
dred men are interested.
Tlio Death Itoll ,
LOUISVIM.I ; , ICy. , > Nov. 12. Herman
Hot-hurts , president of the Anderson-Nelson
distilling company , diedttoday.
Pasteur Congratulate * Kooh.
BIIILIK : , Nov. 21. Pasfcur sent congratu
lations to Koch , who In return sent a speci
men lymph to Pasteuiv
The Him Still Continues.
NKWAIIK , N. J , , No\.2i , Tuo run on the
Howard Savings bank -still continues ,
The Jap Cor.Too ; Fresh.
Mike Burns , a gray-haired but pugilistic
Irishman , engaged In a conversation yester
day with the "Jap , " the wrestler at the
Eden Museo. Mike believes that ho used to
be a hard man to har.dlc , and ho told the
"You couldn't ' wrestle , " said the Tap , dis
dainfully. "You couldn't ' wrestle anything
but potatoes nnd butter mil K ; . "
"And you can rasscl iiotuln1 but rice , " said
Mlko In reply.
And then the Jan struck Mlko in the chost.
Before the Jap had time to think twice Mlko
landed , his brawny list square on the Jap's
nose nnd laid him out. Tlio Jap came to the
conclusion that Mike knew n thing or two
about handling his lists , so ho called at the
pollco station nud had him arrested for as
sault and buttery.
Joe Colvillo and. Mrs Flslior wore nr-
rcstod yeutorday afternoon charged
. with stoaliiiij Bomo goods from , n box cur
J IntuoB. &M. yarda. ;
1UlU.lOVOUIC - ) .
Sqntrcf ) & Co. Ordered to Secure More
Street donning Machinery ,
The board of public works ho'd ' a session
yesterday afternoon with all of the members
present. The question of relaying sidewalks
that hnuo been toru up whllo improvements
nro being mndo was hroughtup nnd discussed.
In a letter to the board , Dr , Spatdlng said :
"When the motor line was bullion Charles
and Twenty-fifth streets the cross walks
wcro torn up and have never been relahl. "
Tlio board took action nnd decided to see
that the walks nro nt once put back in place.
In order to have the streets made passable
during the coming winter the following reso
lution wns adopted f
llesolvoil , That 0. K. Sqnlroo , who 1ms the
strcut sweeping contract , he iiml N hereby or
dered to nt tmcu procure u snow plow nnd one
liirito swooping machine for clennlntr the
st reels , subject totho iipproval ol the board
of public works.
Kd Walsh , who Is behind with some of the
men who nro working for him , was
Instructed to appear at n special
meeting that will bo held next Wednesday at
2 o'clock p , m. Ho will bo required to tell
why ho tins not paid his men.
North Thirtieth street Is being graded and
the chairman was instructed to confer
with the oflld.ils of the Elkhorn nnd ascertain
wlion they will make the grade of their rood-
bed nt the Intersection of the street conform
to the gnulo that has been established by the
The following estimates wcro presented
nnd allowed : EdCollahnn , grading Hamil
ton , Pleasant nnd Thirty-sixth streets ,
§ 7iMr ; ) grading South Twelfth street from
Center to Bancroft streets , $204.53 ; grading
Martha street In Clark Place , Mogoath street
in Dupont IMnco and Twenty-ninth street
from Hickory to Megcath street , ? 1 , 18.50 ;
Tcinplcton & Morris , grading Barney street
from Smith street to Dexter nvcnuo , $010.75 ;
Funning & SJavin , grading Seventh nvcnuo
from Williams to Pine street , : i(54.50 ( ;
iMclClnnoy ft Hull , grading Kighth street from
Douglas to Dodge street , SI5UW ; Ed Pholfin ,
grading Fifteenth street in Paddock 1'lnco ,
SGI ) ; Templeton & Morrow , grading Thirty-
fourth street -from Fowler avenue to Ames
avenue , IK5.04 ! ; Knight Brothers & Barnes ,
grading Chicago street from Lowe nvcnuo to
Pleasant street , Spring street from Chicago
to Cnss street niitf CJrovo.&trcet from Chicago
to Davcnuort street , ? 1SI'J.44 ; Hugh Mur
phy , curbing Sherman avenue from Comnier-
lal street to Wirt , f 1,5:11.03 : ; Fanning &
Slavln , extension of the North Omnha sewer ,
0.33-UKI ; Hnmon & McDonald , sewer In dls-
rlct No. ant , fcy.Y.MO ; Graham Park , sewer In
istrictNo.il ) , ? J10.15i I1. * L. Reeves , sewer
n district No. 120 , 8102.80 ; Hugh Murphy ,
laving Fourteenth street from Webster to
Vlcnolas street , $3,29-1 ; paving Sherman nve-
IUQ from fil.'l feet south of tlio south hue of
Sec. I ) toVlrt street , $0,01 $ : the Barber as-
limit company , paving Kightccnth street
rom Dodge to California street , $10,000.5' ) ;
1 E. Squires , street sweeping to date ,
The question of street sweeping was ngaln
irought up. The chairman protested against
ho work that is now being done , saying that
ho streets are left in a wretched condition.
Anally arc-solution was adopted Instructing
Mr. Squires to purchase ouo four-horse
weeper before beginning the work of IS'Jl '
under his contract.
Edward Burns , the sidewalk inspector ,
iresented hi * bill for the two months ending
November 15. It amounted to $0,057.00 and
Albright's Choice , manufactory sites.
The company which opened at the Grand
opera house last night In a two night's and
nntinee engagement presented "Littlo Lord
. ' 'aiintleroy" in a very acceptable manner.
The touching and potent points in the popu-
ar story and piny were vividly and
rnly presented , and wcro not , us
jo frequently happens in child clmr-
icter plays , spoiled by Doing overdone.
Considering the meagre inspiration that can
Do drawn from a sparsely Illled hou-io , the
work done by Oertlo Homnn , who took the
part of Fauntleroy , was quite remarkable.
Uut ono criticism might bo justly made upon
her work. In n few instances she has been
over-trained .upon tho' inflection. Had the
child been permitted to suit her own sweet
volco to the words In Its natural simplicity
the effect would have boon more ngrecablo
nnd artistic. But this defect occurs In but
few of the lines , and her speaking and actIng -
Ing are so excellent in the main that these
few Imperfections are scarcely worth men
The company is well balanced and clever
throughout" . This afternoon Georgia Cooper
will play the part of Fuuntluroy.
Albright's Choice , suburban homes.
A BliiRitlnr ] niim'iO Suit.
Pmsnuiio , Pa. , Nov. 21. [ Special Tele
gram to Tun Br.n.j Suit was begun to
day iu the United States court for $50,000 ,
damages against Ja'mes Cummiskcyand Ed
ward J. Melloy , executors o/ the estate of
Dennis O'Hurran. Iho plaintiffs are two
Irish girls , nieces of the testator. In the
year 1834 Dennis O'Hamn went from his
homo in Luzerne county on a visit to his
brottier in county Tyrone , Ireland. lie wns
very wealthy nnd had no children , He wns
also very much pleased with the pretty faces
of his nieces , and before ho loft miulo an
agreement witn them. Ho snldlf they would
go to work und learn the millinery und sales
bushiest In a thoroughly good wny lie would
bring them to this country at his own ex
pense , provide for them while completing
their trade hcre.nnd then would furnish them
with $ < 0,000 capital to start up In business In
any city they might chooso. The girls wont
to work , In 18S7 they completed their
apprenticeship in Ireland and , true to his
promise , their uncle Dennis O'Harran sent
for them to como to this country , and in 1880
they finished tholr trade In Now York , .lust
then tholr uncle died and his will left no pro
vision for them , hence the suit. In the
meanwhile the girls nro working In Now
York and aro.tliroutcnlng to make It warm
for tbo defendants in the case.
Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh , Bco Bldg.
A Mob ItcpnlHcd.
HCXTIXOTOX , Tcnn , , Nov. 21. A mob at
tacked the Jail at i.n early hour this morning
to get AVidis , who n few days ago murdered
Constable Uoss nnd nephew. They could
not force the inside door , but succeeded
in breaking a hole through It. A
mnn named Coluter climbed through with n
revolver nud a report was heard and Coulter
said he was shot. Sam Sellers started In to
his assistance , when \Vidis , or ono of thu
other prisoners , shot and probably fatally
wounded him. The mob then fled. The sheriff
smuggled Widls out of town this morning ,
The people uro wild with excitement.
Albright's Choice- best truckage.
. .i . . I , . < i *
Fined $10O and Costs.
"William Peglcr wns fined yesterday $100
and costs for carry Ing concealed weapons.
Dr. Blrnoy euros catarrh , Bee tililg ,
Hospitals Neglect I'atlonts.
Xioxnnx , Nov. 21 , .The Berlin correspond
ent of the Telegraph declares that whllo the
treatment of the poor patients in the hos
pitals is only half completed , a few favored
The results of THOUSAND
mercury , oven DOM.AUB Will bo-
In the hands of a paid to aiiy corn-
skillfull physi potent chemist
cian , are to bo who will fliul , on
droadod. In the analysis , a part
hands of the icle of Mercury ,
populace It be Potash , or other
comes exceed- pqlsons , In Swift'8
Inglydnngerousi Spccillc. It U
and when com purely vegetable ,
pounded Into and never pro-i
nostrums by Ig- duccB bad ollects.i
norant hands It
Book oa Illood and Skin diseases frco.j
Swift Kuw.l On CIL JLUanta _ llaJ
pliyslclnns nro t renting fronlouc liutulrcil nnd
llfty to 11 vo liuiultxxl ana JHly vntletits dully ,
chnrRlni ; from 1 to .CJ n imtlcnt. U'ho correspondent -
respondent snys tlmt the liospltnl imtlcnts
nro only halt trcntoil mid neglected often In n
( IniiKcrous coiullllou. Prof , Koch knows
nothing of this.
William J. Whltoliousc , the \voll known
ilriiRgist ut Sixteenth und \Vob tor streets ,
died lust night nt his resilience , 2.VT > Ilrlstol
fltrcot , nftcr nn tllncssiof thrco nays. The
funeral will bo held from the residence to
morrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock.Villlnm J.
\Vhitcliouso vs'ns born In Fort 1-Mwunl , New
York , December ill , 1S.M. llelminoto No-
lir.vskn In 1871 uud looted In Saline county ,
\vliero his father wns engaged In thu prnctlco
of medleltio , In 1874 he ix'inovetl to Uninhn ,
and titter clcrlclni ; two yonrs became n mem
ber of the linn of Wlilteiiouso & Co. In IbTlt
ho sold out and engaged In the druK busi
ness. Ho wns u member of the .Ancient Free
nml Accepted Masons and the Independent
Order of OJdfollows lodges of this cltr , nnd
wns also u member of the volunteer lira de
Albright's ' Cliolco , 10 pop cent cash.
A special meotltiK of St. Jolin's loilpo , No.
2. " > , A. F. nnd A. M. , will bo hold.on . Sunday ,
November 23 , 1SXat ! 1 p. m , , for the purpose
of attending the funeral of our latu brother ,
William .T. Whltehouso. Members of Ne
braska , Capital und C'nvcrt lodges fraternally
invited. T. K. Stmiioitonm ,
Sir Morrell Mackenzie
IN Tiirsv : wonus ,
The Sodon mineral l'iistlllostroches ( ) which
ire inoduccd ftom thoSodi-ii Mineral Springs
ly evaporation , arc particularly scrvloonblo
n Cntarrhiil Iiifliiinnmtkms , f-'oro Throats ,
Coughs , Hronclillls and Luns Tioublci The
.mall . amount.of Iron which thoj contain ren
ters them very useful hi the stages of Throat
uul they do good In nourly all cases of rolaxn-
loa of the mucous membrane. "
They moan elegant preparation as well .is
inostngrce'ihlo to take , fur abend of chloildo
> flpolnsh loongus und other preoaratlons of
JOHN' COOPF.ll , M. D. , M. 11. C. S. If
I.OHTOJ I Cltll'AliO , lIUIlljlNUTUN A. t ! Arrives
Omaha. I Depot IQth nntt Mmon slrcots. Omaha.
C.110 pmi Chicago kipiess B.CJO a m
O.r > ) a m Clitcnico Kiprcu G.31 p m
9.10pm CblcnKO Kxiirom , . * . IU.UJ a m
6,60p iu I Iowa Locnl. _ 11. . I2.UU m
Ouialia. I DeiKUHIth a nd .Mason alroeta. I Oiimlix
10.25 A m . . . . . .Denver Uajr Kxpruss. 4.0) p in
10.25 n m Denver Kxpress. . . . ti.15 p ill
6.411 p m DenverMiflit < Cxpr < i. : i.r : > n m
8.15 n m Lincoln Local . . , . . < ' .LOO p nt
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9.30 iml . . . .Knmin Cily IJnjr Brprcu. . . . O.IOp m
.4S p ml K. C. Nlnlit Kii. | Tl U. I * . Trnni. li.45 A m
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2.60"p m Ovcrlamt Flrer 9.U3 p m
7.SO p in . . . . . . . . .I'aclflc Kxpre 11.45 a m
lO.-XI s m Denver Kiproia f > 5 p m
0.00 m KanaiuCltv Kipresi 12.05 H 111
10.15 a m . . .r'nlrtlekl li p. ( eicfpt sun. ) . 4. ; p 111
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0.05 a m . . . . . . . . .Atlcntlo Express. , , 6.30 p m
4.30 p m Vestibule Limited , , 10.45 a m
. ATI X i' , Arrive
Ornalin. I U.I' , depot. lUtli nnJ Marcy Sti. Onntm
7.16 a ml . . . .Sioux City I'aiienver.
4. Win ml t. 1'aul Kipreis. . . . 10.10 a m
"SIOUX Cllt A I Arrive *
Omaha. Depot 16t.li and WebiterHta. I Omaha.
6.00pml at. I'aul Limited I . am
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4.30 p ra Veatltmlo Limited ii.M a m
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V.IO p m Knstera Klrer 2.45 p m
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Omaha. | t ) . 1 * . ilcpot. IQtli ami MiucrSli. Omaha.
( 'nnnon llall , , . . , .
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Oni hi.J Depot liitli M l Web nor Sti. I Onnlii.
9.00 m . Ulack Hills Kxprosn . I 6.5U p m
D.OU a m . . .IlmtliiKS Kip. ( Ex. Munrtay ) . . . 6.20 p ra
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' 7.45 ra T77Hloux CltT Accummodatlun | I' . I' ' ) n in
ftt I'Mltl Krnriia.
U.Uj p m u in
I'Ati'lFlC SUIIUUIIAN TltAINS.
fPO THA-liK for mortgaged property hiConn-
.L ell III n IK farm In uroto county. ICnn.j
well Iniro\cc1 ) | fiirtn InPhurlmm county , Kim *
.i : store building ) t vro wildi-nee * . In I'onntry
town. All dour , Utlu perfect. 1' . J. t-clmurr ,
IM llroiul\v y.
' \\TANTKD Oltl for ccnorul houvinxdrk.
t > Mrs. 1) ) . \ \ \ Archer , WT > Si'uonil aviMino.
KS WASTKD-Subialinrt'N nml tvnmolcn
for It. 11. work In Wyonilnp : frun Iransiior-
tnllon. O. T. Hrny , Scolt st. , Council lllnriH.
' ) ( " \ HKADof liorn-s tooxohnnsofiireh'iirlnnd
O\J orc-llyiiroiicrty. Jolu.sUuiA . Viinl'iitlun ,
iin l-'A'-MS ' In southwestern Iowa for salcj
land arnitcidl'oiincll HltilTy. Johnston & Van
I'nttvn. Kveret t block.
r > Alltof limit * * , hnriiPxH nnd wnifon fur KiU ; >
on a year's time. Johnston .V Van I'ntU'ii ,
M"IIS. . ASIKl.'lA NIF.I.SON.M. l,8u-clal ) | mld-
\vlfo. KC.Vi-8 uvt > , Council IllullV. In.
ITOIAIilJAldAINrf ItilimiMH for lo or
rent ; nNo two autuli < rs street lots , N
Omaha. J , 1C. Davidson , iEi.VAth HVU.
W' /Bfu S. STlTiLTlT\vr" " > lai-ou lilocl.- ,
Notary I'nblle , collect Ions , typewriting.
WANTKO Kncrgotlo youn lady or Kont.
Will pay * 13por week to rlithl party. R
0. S. , COT Willow avo. , Council MlulVs.
'iTlOKSALK I.pHio nnd furniture of Scott
JL House , Council HlulN. ! IS room * . Clionpjii
bargain. Address J. S. Jordan , Council Ilium * .
IT\OU \ HKNTTho MoMiihun thti-o-story
1 } brick block , No. X > $ . Slnliiit , witholovalor
inOH KKXT A choice nliH'o of Kiinlon land
-L near Cuuncll HlnlKvltli nooil now liullil-
IIIR. liniiioillato possession If dcslrvd. J. W ,
! < ! n I ros.
FCJU SAIiK t'otnph'tn sol of tinners tools
und Hinnll'Hlnou of tlnwnro at u bargain ,
liiqnlro ut loom 313 Morrliuii block.
fpWOM-ncro farina for sulo near DIP city at
JL ubiirjjuln.V. \ . A. Wood St Co. , tV.M Mala t.
FOK SAI/E or Itont Qarilon land , with
hcmsui , by J , H , Uloo. lOJMulu st , , Oouuoll
L. G. Knotts
All kinds of the best nnd clonnost
i'uel in stock nnd under shoda
People who desire chenp nncl
clean fuel for cooking will find It
by ordering n lend of cobs , I hnvo
n large supply that are clean and
whole not broken up.
Good hard wood chenp , elthei-
in cord wood lengths or stovo-
wood , delivered promptly.
All sizes of hard conl , clean ,
bright nnd well screened ,
The black peerless lump conl
eo ni nnes to be the favorite foi *
No. 29 Main Street.
Call Telephone 203 : - : -
COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS
All kinds of Dying nnd ClciinlnR done In the
Hlgliestrftylo of tlio Art , Faded and Stalnod
rubrics niatlo to look aw good ai now. Work
promptly doiioiuul delivered la nil parts of
the country. Send for prlco list.
0. A. MAO1IAN. I'rop. ,
1013 liroailwnv. Near Northwestern Depot.
Strlctlr tobuslncsj" n asplomtlil motto.
est ucce s In nvcrr Una of liuiimncnoritvlireaclioJ
bvhlm who holds to nome ailoptud cpoclnltr.
Po plo nreprouroiMve , full of onartr , cinfl moii3y
mnklni ; cchoraos. They uooil special tralnln ; fur
t.eart In popular education. Her publics o'looli
arc dolnKKmna work for licr ncroiulnj ml Illoas.
Comroencoi fnll torni 9opt. lit , She solasli tha
really pracllrnl for her Hliilu.itt. Normil. lliul-
uo i,81iurlhnnilaii.l I'jnmaifhlp oiirtoc , well or.
Knnl70.1 nnd carefully conlictol Btmlonti ra.ir
enter nt nny time. Write for fiirttior p.irllujlv to
\V. U. 1'auhon.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Elfeetric Trusses ,
Belts , Chest Protectors , Etc.
AGENTS WANTED. DR.C.IUUDD.
308 Broadway , Council Bluffa , la
27 MAIN STREET.
Over O. It. Jiiccnioiiiln k Co a Juwolry Slora
CITIZENS STATE BANK
Or Council Bluffa.
PAID UP CAPITAL . $150,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS . 50,000
LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS . 350,000
PlKKCTOits-I. A. Mlllor , K. 0. aiciison , E. h.
SlniKiirt , E. E. Hurt , J. I ) , Edinuiulsnn , ( Jlmrlui
O. lliuinui. ; Transiiul Kenoril ; bunking IIUH- !
nfst. I.nrKOst capital und surplus of uuy
Lanlc InHoiitliwoHlerii loivu.
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS ,
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner Main nnd Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers ) in foreign and domostlo
Collodion mudo und liitorebt uald on tlina
Ht Chapman's ' Krt Store ,
Every person wants an engraving when they can got n
$5 PICTURE FREE OF COST
Only a few more left. Ensols , Framed Pictures , Cabinets , etc. , at
half price. All those goods must be closed out by January 1st.
W.Y. . CHAPMAN , - - 16 MAIN ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
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