Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 27, 1891, Page 3, Image 3

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    TBJfl OMAHA DAILY BEE : UEBDAV , JAN ( TAR Y 27 , 1891 ,
rlvcrrd ! liy Carrier In any part of tbo City
Eustnci-H OlDcr. No. U
NlRlit Editor , No. KL
X Y. P. Co.
Council muffs Lumber Co , coal.
Craft's ' chattel loans , 201 Sapp block.
The remains of Mrs. Jnno Hcathcrlngton
will ho taken to Oakland today for Interment.
Robert T. Pair and Miss Mary A. Bnrnott ,
both of ttils city , teen out a llccnso to marry
The Methodist Mutual Auxiliary -bold a
social lust evening nt the residence ofV. . S.
Mayno on Park avenue ,
I'nt Allen , a St. Louis pugilist , was run In
by Oniccr Kelly yesterduy aftornoou on a
charge of drunkenness.
Mr , John Schlckcntnnz wishes to thank the
many friends who kindly assisted him during
the last sickness of his wlfo.
L. S. Amy mourns tlio loss of a four-year-
old horse which some ono stele Sunday night
from his residence on Fifth avunuo.
A case of dlphtliorln wns reported yester
day nt 710 Washington avenue , John Ander
son , aged fourteen ycais , bclim the victim.
The Interest In the Hirelings wlileh nro now
being hold In the Ttlnlty Methodist church
nightly is constantly Increasing. They will
Inst the rest of this week.
The Jury In the Pralnoy law suit against
tbo county brought In a verdict for thu
founty , thus thiowlng the costs , which will
amount to about to $150 , on b'ralnoy. Mtf
Gladys , the Infant daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. A. Mullen , died yestcrdny after
noon , The funeral will take pluco at U o'clock
this nttcrnoon at the rosldeuco , 3J4 Williams
The Methodist church at Crescent will bo
dedicated next Sunday. Preparatory oxer-
cruises will bo held beginning Friday nlflit.
Siittmltiy evening Hev. T. McKay Stew.irt of
the Broadway Methodist church of this city
will preach.
A benefit Is announced for Pat Alien
nt Al Wells' gynnsluin next Thursday oven-
Ing. Allen Is a St. Louis heavy-weight , who
has achieved some notoriety In the pugilistic
ling , nnd the ulTalr Is looked forward to with
bonsidornblo Interest by local sports.
The revival meetings that have been held
nt the Overtoil misgloii in the western part
of llio city for the past weak or rnoro will
probably bo discontinued after tonight. The
little mission has nwakoncdii good deal of In
terest and the meetings have been well at
A gontlcinnn nntncd Halm , living in Adams
county , was in tin1 city yesterdav on his way
to Omuha , where his son Is under arrest , at
the Instance of ttls father , for larceny. The
son left homo last week , tuning with him
MO belonging to his parents. lie will bo
brought hack to Adams county nnd turned
over to the authorities.
DTlio plumbcis hnvo appointed the following
committees , who \\111 have charge of their
bull , whlih comes oft ut Ainsoiilu temnlo next
Friday evening : Arrangements Edward
Traboy , Jack Smith , John G. Mornn , It. H.
Smith nnd Thomas Hlcb. Floor-William
Jeffries , Frank Dnnlnger. Wallace Miller and
John Mourn. Reception T. Cuffry , Edw.ird
Trunoy and Donald Williams. Muster of
ceiemonles R. II. Smith.
A letter was received j'esterdny nv the
authorities from Mrs. Ciithoiinc Maur , 141
Piquotto nvcnuo , Detroit , Mich. It stated
that the writer's father , Jeremiah Maar , aged
sixty-live years , left his homo last summer
* nnd had not been heard of since. Ono of his
'children Is now dying and wants her father.
Tbo police were requested to glvo tlio nltalr
ns much publicity as possible , In order that
the missing ono might bo induced to return If
pos ib'o.
Jndqe McOco heard the case of Elba Suth
erland vs the Standard life nnd nccidcnt in
surance company. The plalnlllT Is tbo sister
of the colored ninn who was run over by a
motor about a year ngo , anil died from the
effects of his injuries n few hours after. Tbo
dead man hntl carried u $ lr 00 policy with the
company , but the latter icfused to piyclalm-
Ing ttint his death resulted from his own neg
ligence , ho having been Intoxicated at the
time , nnd stood on the platform contrary to
tbo company's orders.
The residents mid business men near tbo
North Second .street bridge continue their
patientInouiries of the city oflictnls concern1
liig the length of tlmo that will yet intervene
before the completion of the brldgo ncross
Indian creek at that point. The structure
has been completed with tbo exception of tbo
band railing at the sides , nnd this they think
is In n dangerous condition , Nearly n year passed slnco the btldgo wns closed to
trafllc , nnd the people who llvo near it are
becoming weary of waiting for tbo flnal com
pletion of the work. The delay has been
caused by the failure of the company who
tilled tbo orders for the Iron work to com
plete their contract. The railing Is being1
made at UlrinlnKham , Ala.
Ohnul-Moo Orau. An East Indian blood
medicine ut Do Haven's.
Why nay profits on every purchase when
you can get nil your house furnishings in one
place ut ono prolitl Mandcl & Klein.
G i eat success. , ; .
Hcllablo goods. ' - i'
Fair dealing.
Bottom prices.
AtC ! . B. Jncqueuiln & Co. . No. 27 Main street
M. F. Kolircr loft for Chicago last oven-
Attorney Wntklns of Ulomvood was In the
city yesterday.
JudRO Ainhrosoof Omnlia attended district
court jostc-rdny.
Uciinty Sheriff. Hooker of Avoca was in
tlio city yesterday on onlcltil business.
S. I' . MncConnell , who hns been In Chicago
for the past wcok , Is expected to return this
morning ,
A. T. Fllcklngcr roturncdyestcrdriy morn-
Inp from n two-weeks' business trip to Ulch-
nrdson , Va.
P. M. Hunter returned yesterday from
Ifcokuk , where be bus bcou attending United
States court ,
Dr , P. P , Ilelliiipor is maklnir a llyinR pro
fessional nnd business visit to Chicago. IIo
will return this morning.
Mrs , D. 0. ArkwriRht loft lust ovcnlng for
Montrose , la. , to visit tier inotliur. She will
bo absent two or thrco weeks.
M. II , noonnan , an attorney of Atlantic ,
wns In the city yesterday on his way to Mon
tana , where ) io expects to loeiito.
Hen Klsomnn or St. Louis Is In the city ,
the guest ot his brothers Simon and Henry ,
IIo will remain during thueok. .
Mr , and Mrs. Asbury Morrison of Mount
Plcnsnnt , la. , nro the cuosts of Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Gnrnmn nt351 North First strcot.
Thomas LUUlcll , n WnsliliiKton township
fanner who Is well known In the UlulTs , has
pone to Si-otliuid for n lluvo innnths' visit to
his old homo. Ho will aUo visit UiiKlund and
Ireland ,
Dr. James McNntiRhton , well known In
this city , now president of the North Dakota
state normal , last week received a life
diploma from tlio board of state examiners of
Iowa. These diplomas nro awarded for excellence -
cellonco of scholarship and moral oliaraetcr ,
coupled with successful experience in tench-
IIIK , and legally authorizes the holder to
tench In nny publio school In the state during
llfo. Professor McNaughton'jLnmiiy friends
here will appreciate this rcciTb'iiltloii of his
merit. _
The best French cook In western fowa
thu Hotel Uordou , Council DlufTs.
Best heavy poods , ! ixr cent oft , cash.
Heller , the tailor , 1)10 Broadway ,
Attention , Veterans.
Encampment No. 8 , Union Veteran Legion ,
will bold a regular meeting at their hall this
( Tuesday ) evening. A full attendance is re
quested as inibincss of Importance is to bo
L. Siuu\\oot : > , W. II , SITIIA ,
Adjutant. Colonel CoinuiaudiiiK.
In receiving our spring stock wo make
sweeping reductionsou uUof our furniture ,
r riM'ts , stoves , fancy lumps , crockery , etc.
' iM & Klein ,
Finns to Facilitate the Business of the
District Court.
Hie New Driving Pnrk Association's
Contemplated Iiiiprovoincnls
Looking Aflnr tlio Hoys
Minor Mention. .
The slowness whlcti has characterized the
present session of the district court has
caused niucli dissatisfaction amonu the attor
neys and their clients who are waiting for
their turn to come. Tlio court convened on
tlio lath , but so fur only the work 1ms been
clone which lind been assigned to the first
four days of the term. A meeting of the
bnr was called In the court
house yesterday morning to consider the
advisability of extending the tlmo to bo de
voted to equity caw from three to four
weeks. After considerable discussion a vote
was taken nnd a majority of the members
wcro found to be in liivorof extension. Cer-
tnin ones opposed It , however , snylnp that
thoc'hungo would bo it good ground for the
Granting of new trials in the cases which
might bo tried in the extra \\eolc. rinnlly ,
to nvola complications , Judge Thoniell
decided that the rules should govern the
holuing of court , and that the extension
should not bo ninile. This will probably ne
cessitate the postponement of n large part of
the equity calendar until next term.
The creator pint ot the day wns then de
voted to rending the law docket anil making
assignments , after which the c.iso of Loilgo
< & Henry vs Duller was resumed. The try
ing of luw caics will bo begun next Monday.
Our Kciniirknlili ; Succses
Hnablcs us to present for your considera
tion prices without a picccdcnt in the history
of Council muffs. All goods are warranted
row nnd clean , eijual to the best any inaikot
affords. Only ono prlco and terms strictly
cash. Call and see and bo satisllod that wo
uru right.
Duvis' ' Hoynl No. 10 flour , * 1.r 0 ; Davis'
Nine UilourSl.c : > ; Gold Medal flour , $1.45 ;
Minnesota Superlative. Hour , $1 ; Snowilako
Hour , ? l ; 10 Ibs granulated sugar for $1 ; 17
Ibs cxtr.x O granulated sugar for $1 ; W Iba
Now Oilcans sugar for 11 ; Arbucklo colteo ,
tier pkgo , tr ! > c ; Gcriium coffee , ucr pkge , 'Joe ;
King's buckwheat , per pkco , lOc ; crackers ,
per II ) , .1c ; H 11)3 ) ginger snaps for JWo ; ! 2 loaves
bread for fto ; it Ibs ininto meat , 25c ;
'leans tomatoes , y.'c ; 3 cahs corn , -oc ; IJ.igo.
Norton & Co Hour , ? l.y. " > a sack ; JJ-lb pail lurd
lor'Jiiu ; Mb pail lard forlHc : oil sardines , per
can , fie- : cans mustard sardines for We ; Cal
ifornia Imtns , per Ib. < Hjc ; good broom for
10c ; fiO good clears for 7."ic ; t Mli pall jelly for
"HI ; IJgal pail syrup for far > eCgal ; keg
syrup for § UO ; ao-lb pail white llsh forGOc.
Brown's ' C. O. I ) . Grocery ,
Council Bluffs and Oniuha.
Buy your coal and wood of C. B. Fuel Co. ,
CK ) Broadway. Telephone 133.
It Startled dim.
Marshal Tomplcton wua presented some ,
tltno ago with a handsome wildcat alcln by
some of his liunter friends who bad killed tlio
animal In the timber along the river north of
the city. The skin was made Into a rug by
n skillful taxidermist , with the head nnd
claws mounted In perfect style , ( jiving the
heau of tlio beast a wonderfully lifelike ap
pearance. Sunday evening the marshal
brought the skin to the central ofllco and
thiow It carelessly upon the office
safe. A number of newspapers con
cealed all of the skin but the head
and claws , and when Deputy Mar
shal Frank Fowler went into the office late
In the ovculng nnd caino forward to unlock
the safe ho was confronted by a pair of gleam
ing eyes and naked claws that appeared to bo
just fetching for his throat. The gleaming
eyes , teeth nnd claws were within a few
Inches of his face before ho dtscovered the
monster. In the dim light It suddenly grew
In torribloncsa of aspect , and the ofllcer re
ceived such a shock that ho caino very nearly
going through the wire screen. Buforo ho
could draw his revolver a second glance
showed him that the beast wius as harmless
as a mummy. But tbo sudden discovery of
the apparition gave him a shock that he now
refers to with a smile.
He Lioynl to Vatir Town.
Don't go outside of your city to spend your
money nnd be called a sucker. You can buy
honest goods cheaper at home , thereby build
up your city nnd invariably strengthen your
credit. When you apply n few dollars on the
old account you help the needy merchant ,
who pays interest many times for the money
you owe him. jMnndel & , Klein are tbo head
quarters for furniture , carpets , stoves , etc.
Sncclal snlo of millinery this \veok at
Louis' , Masonic block. Sco the bargains.
Tlio Driving Park.
The new Driving Park association has In
view seine great improvements on the parn
for the near future. The motor coilipany has
n controlliiif , interest under tlio now regime ,
and from now oil the park will bn so manipu
lated as to bring ns many nickels and dimes
as possible into the coffers of that corpora
tion. A meeting of the comuany was held
ves'orday afternoon to consider plans , but
it was adjourned without any delinito action
being taken. Another meeting will ho held
Fobumrv 13 , by which time it is thought the
plans will have taken a tangible form.
The general idea of the now company is to
make the grounds a hcadquartois for all
sorts of athletic sports. Races and base ball
will bo the main sports , but all other sorts of
sports will hnvo a pace ! there. An effort
will bo made to have seine attraction there
during nearly all tbo warm season.
To bo sure that your children have pure
candy , ouy for them the Pomona brand fruit
lulce tablets. Pomona stained on each lab
el. The trade supplied by Duquette & Co.
It Is an acknowledged fact that M ami el &
Klein sell furniture , carpets and stoves
cheaper than any other house in the city.
Look I nu After the IloyH.
The committee which was appointed Sun
day night to consider plans for taking care of
the poor boys In Council Illuffs hold a mootIng -
Ing yesterday afternoon at Mayor Maorao's
oflleo. Dr. S. 1'hcluj , Superintendent Saw
yer and 11 M. Bunker were selected as a
committee to work the matter up and act In
connection with the mayor. Colonel Hogoland
leaves for Lincoln , Neb. , today , but will return
the last part of the weak to resume- his op-
orations. His plan U to form n society to
tnko hold of the work.
"This Is tli ( > only town I over was In , " said
ho last evening , "whoro stray boys are taken
charge of systematically. The muyor tolls
mo tlioy have caught 150 runaway boys at
the depots during the past year and sent
them back to their homes. "
Tlio American District Telegraph Co. has
been reorganized nnd is now prepared to glvo
prompt service. Special attention to express
uud parcel delivery.
Horse blankets and lap roocs at cost at
Thco. Ucckman's , ' . " 'T Main street.
A Hut-prlii * .
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchlnson were very pleas
antly surprised last evening at their rcsU
dcnco on Mynstor street by a number of the
employes of the Northwestern shops , who
presented them with n magnificent silver set ,
consisting of a tea tray , coffee pot , tea pot ,
sugar bowl , creamer , spoon holder , water
bowl and butter dish , Mr. Hutchinson
bus been master mechanic of the Northwest
ern at this point for several jcurs , and Is
very iwpulnr with all who know him. Ho
bus recently secured n similar position with
the Iowa Central , and leaves for Ills now post
In a few days , The present surprise was In
tended as a reminder of the high esteem In
which ho Is held.
Hldo or It.
' I see the jiollco are taking mo to task because -
cause I persist In not lining every unfor
tunate that they bring in to mo , " said Judge
llcGcolast oveuluf. " 1 used to think that It
was n terrible thing for o man to bo loafing
around the streets with nothing to do , but I
have changed my opinions In tbo last year.
Tliero are lots of those fellows lying
around the Bluffs without any work , without
nny money , without anything. A policeman
oomos nloiiff , picks ono of thcmup , nnd btlngs
him In to me. The next thing for mo to do is
to line him , whether or no. Unfortunately ,
mv understanding ot the law Is different
from that of the memocrs of the
pollco force , A policeman hat no right to
arrest a man unless ho can tnaka tome
specific cbnrgo atrainst him. If bo can't ' do
this , the only thing for mo to do lot tbo
man go. 1 can't keep him in jail until they
send word nil over the country to llnd out
\\liothcr helms committed some crime or not.
In sucn cases I have been discharging the
suspects , nnd I expect to follow the same
plan during the real of my term , the police
force to the contrary notwithstanding. "
Only I'lve lnyn Mnro ot' tlio Rostoii
Store's Great Annual Clearing
Snlo New UnrunliiH Ibr
This Woelf.
The second nnnual clearance sale at tbo
Boston store has been the most successful
ever held In Council Bluffs. Among the
thousands of customers who have visited the
store during the week none have gone away
dissatisfied , Saturday there wcro insuftlclcnt
clerks to wait upon the multitude , but this
will be remedied this week by n largo addi
tion to the number of ladles nnd gentlemen ,
who will bo rrady to receive the orders of tbo
customers. Every bargain advertised can bo
found Just as described. Head the following
partial list and see some of the prices :
Head the following carefully. The prices
speak for themselves. The greatest of sides
ever held In the west. Below Is only a par
tial ll < t of the thousands of bargains to bo
offered at this snlo.
Yard wldo bleached muslin , 4c.
Our bleached and half bleached muslin
sold for Oc to go at 7Jc.
' 4'J in. unbleached muslin 8c , bleached Co.
7-4 " " ICc , " ITc.
0-4 " " 21 c , " 22) c.
10-4 ' * " "
- 2-JJito 5c.
Owing to tbo mild weather wo nro over
stocked on wool blankets , which \vo will
place on sale at extremely low prices.
11-4 heavy while blankets sold for ? 3.00 , at
$2.00 pair.
11-4 nil wool and union blankets sold for
15.00 ftnd $ . " > .T5 , to go during sale , $1.00 ,
At $3.00 we show our complete line of ? 0.00 ,
W.7fi nnd $ " .00 , all In ono lot for $ . " .00.
11-1 gray wool ulaukts t'old $5.00 , during
sale , $ ; ) . 'J. ' ) .
Dr Price's sanitary wool blankets ntspccial
sale prices ; S5.00 blankets for $ . ) .fi'J : Sl.oo for
Si.78 , and extra largo size sold for 57.00 , re
duced to $4.75.
Having over f > 'J ' bales of comforters on hand
wo are determined to reduce our stock pre
vious to inventory. Note the following
prices :
Our "fie comforters for fiOc.
Special value regular $1.30 comforter for
Comforters sold from ? J.25 to $3.73 all In
one lot to go at ? 2.00 during sale.
Comforters sold SJ.00 ) to W.50 , all in ono lot
$ J 19.
Our llncst quality sateen comforters , sold
for $ .f.r > 0 to f .50 , to go at ,09.
Oc canton llannel Il' ' c.
2."c turkey red damask for 17o.
30o towels forWc.
S.1 pieces of bleached nnd half-bleached
lincb , sold at ( Wo and Cc , during sale Me.
Wash buttons So acara ( half price ) ,
Stewart's linen thread half price , lie or twofer
for 5c.
Irooks machine cotton ( standard make ) lo
Coats nnd Clarks spool cotton spool.
Children's liose supporters oc , misses 7c ,
ladies' belt for 13c.
All silk ribbon , satin edge , nt manufactur
ers prices , No 7 sold for I'c ' , sale piico fie ;
Xo. 0 sold for 12) ) 0 , sale pnco 7c ; Nos. 12 and
10 sold for ] Go and ICc , sale price lOc.
Ladies' natural knit undersKirts aflc , worth
Childs' plush , surah and cashmere caps
sold for Me , $1,00 and 81.23 all at BOc.
Bosiov STOKE ,
401,403 and 403 BroadwayCouncil Bluffs , la ,
Now "Voik ofllce , 4" Leonard street.
Too much California canned poods on hand
must bo sold. Kcllcy & Younkcrmaii.
Fighting for Churo'i IMnnn.
The .Broadway Methodist church has had a
good deal of trouble over the plans for Its new
building. Ttioy have bad to hango archi
tects several times because of unsatisfactory
work on the part of the men whom they em
ployed lo superintend the woik of erection ,
and now ono of these architectural llrms
comes in and tries to shut off the work en
tirely bv taking away thu plans.
The firm of P. M. Ellis & Co. was the first
ono whoso services worn dispensed \vlth. The
church paid them $500 for the plans and
thought that they owned them. II. E Crooke ,
who had been with Kills but had left the
llrra , was then placed in cbnrgo of the woik.
It was not very long until the buildiuir com
mittee lost faith in him , and last week he ,
too , had to go.
Vcsterdtiy a replevin suit was lllrd in Jus
tice Patton's court by F. M. Ellis against H.
O. Cooke and W. S. Ma.uic , to recover the
plans , which wore In the hands of Mr.
Mayno , having been sent to him by Mr.
Cooke n fo'v minutes before the olllccrs
arrived with the replevin papers.
Ono of the building committee states that
bo thinks Cookc it Ellis must have patchcdup
their differences , and that Cooke must have
entered Into nscliemo to help Ellis got the
plans. Ho did not want to give them up
himself , on account of the looks of the thing ,
but put them into Mnynu's bands nnd then
had them replovined before Alayno could got
rid of them.
Whether there was such a schcmo or not
Mr , Muyno still lias the ulnns and announces
that bo intends to keep them until May , any
way , when the building Is to bo completed.
Ho gave a delivery bond Instead of the plans
and that , according to the law , entitles him
to the possession of the goods in question.
J. C. Blxby , steam noatlmj , sanitary en
gineer , 802 Merriam block , Council lilults
The new dental rooms of Drs. Woodbury
are the llncst nnd most complete in the west.
Next to the new Grand. "Telephone , 143. "
Preparation- ! tlio Summer.
The directors of the Cluuitauijua Assembly
association held a meeting last evening In
the board of trade rooms , The main business
of the evening wus the election of an execu
tive committee. Messrs. P. O. Glcason , F
II. HIM , H. II. Van Brunt , B. E. Hart and
I. M Troy nor wore appointed such commit
tee. The rest of the evening was
spent in talking over the prospects for
the coming year and hearing the reports
of the old committees. The members wcro
much pleased to learn that the indebtedness
of the assembly bus been reduced to S12.000
during the past The program for the
no\t assembly is not completed yet , but It is
mapped out , and unless some of
the attractions now under considera
tion nro out of reach it Is prac
tically settled what the ptogrnm will be ,
From present indications it will bo far supo-
jior to that of last year.
No manager was elected , nnd ills thought
that the services of a manager will not be
required , the executive committee having
taken upon itself the duties heretofore per
formed by that ofllcer. Should these duties
bo found to require more time than the mom.
hers of the committee can take from theii
business , a manager will bo appointed , but
not until then.
Da\ls , headquarters for Chaul-Moo-Grau ,
Bell & Son's new grocery takes the lead on
Upper Broadway. No old stock.
Grocery Wngoii nnd Uuxsy Collide ,
A team driven by J. Jensen , a grocer , ran
away yesterday at Vlulon nnd Sixteenth and
collided with a buggy In which W , M. Kelso
of the Star land and loan company , and r
lady wore riding. A wheel was broken off
the buggy nnd the occupants were thrown tc
the ground. Mr , ICclso hold on to the relas
and stopped the team without furttiordum
ago. The lady was not seriously injured
Jtmsen , who drove tbo grocery wagon , HimU )
gained control of his team before tboy huu
broken awuy from tbo wagon.
Don't ' experiment with your health. Voi
may bo sure of the quality of your medicine
oven If you have to tnko much of your foot
upon trust. Ask your druggist for Ayer's
Sanauarllla and tuko no other. It Is tin
standard blood purifier , the most cflcctlvi
and ccououilcul.
'llio Bridge Company Hcyures Control
or Iho lluflMVl ! jirk.
The Onialm ft Council Bltffs ( railway nnd
brldgo company lias secured ! control of the
Union driving | iark on the other side of the
river by n very kandsomo majority.
Some tlmo ago a deal wn rmdo , by which
the motor company took one-third of the
stock , private citizens of Oiniha another
third , and the balance wns hold hy citizens
of the IllulTs. Being thns' Interested , the
motor company extended their lines Into
the park" , Still seine of the Dlunites ,
who hrul been holding up .the. enterprise for
years at the expense of their own pockets ,
wcto dissatisfied nnd wanted lo got out of It
altogether , nnd the result of this feeling Is
that but two or three shares of the stock are
now owned in Council HIiflTs. The motor
company has secured about two-thirds of the
stock , nnd Omaha , citizens have a cinch on all
that is left.
Mr.-D. F. Elchcr of Etcher & Ivipllngcr ,
who has been ono of the stockholders for
years , nnd who was largely Instrumental In
unloading the property , stated yesterday
that henceforth the park would be run In
connection with the motor line , nt > d that the
motor company would have full swing.
Said ho : "Tho motor company has been
gradually getting control and now they hnvo
considerably more than half mid will have
more of It. I concluded that It wns tltno lor
mo to got out and some of the others felt the
snmo way , Inasmuch us under the new deal
the motor folks will do ns they please and the
others won't have a word to say. All they
can do Is to como to tltno when tlio assess
ments nro made. I understand that some ex
tensive changes nro contemplated uml of
course money will bo required. 1 bcllovo the
motor folks propose to remove tlio birns to
the north end of the tracks and milk
ing u picnic ground of the south cud.
Hegulnr racing meetings and ball games are
also projected. Now buildings will ho croc-
ted nr.d olhcrimprovements nude. If a. man
Is Interested in the motor company It Is all
right , but if ho is out of It bis park stock
isn't ' worth so much. If the park barely pavs
e.Mienscs or oven falls a little short , ft will
still have a big thing for the motor folks \\lio
will make a irood thing on tbo people they
will curry back and forth , nnd they nutrht to
own the park. That Is why wo sold our
stock , ai wo didn't want to hold the bag. "
Air. J. II. Mtllard , treasurer of the motor
company , stated that bo knew nothing of
the plans of the comrnny regarding the
changes to bo mndo at thu park , although ho
understood that certain ones would bo made.
' We now own two-thirds of the stock , " said
he , "and the iccontly acquired sbnics were
deeded to mo ns trustee , Our lines run into
the park nnd wo will cnucavorto iind use for
them. The next meeting of tbo company
will not bo held for a month , nnd it will prob
ably bo decided at that time ] u t what Is to
bo done. After our nlans nro made wo will
give them to the public , but at present there
is nothing for publication. "
Several years ago Chamberlain & Co. of
DCS Molnosj In. , commenced thotnatmfncluro
of a cough syrup , believing it to bo the most
prompt nnd reliable preparation yet produced
for coughs , colds aud croup ; that the public
appreciate true merit , nnd in time It was cer
tain to become popular. Their most sanguine
hopes have been more than icalizcd. Over
three hundred thousand bottles of Chamber
lain's Cough Uemedy are now sold eacn jear ,
and H is recognised as "tho best inarto"
wherever known. It will cme a severe cold
In less time than any other treatment. For
side by all druggists.
The ComniUHioiiers Cnllcd Upon to
Itellcvo Financial
TUB Hen Sunday contained an Item to
the effect that the county commissioners
were wrestling with some old claims , for ser
vices that have mown with ngo.
Two of these claims are from Henry Ehron-
pfort nnd M. Lies for services ns assessor in
the First and Second wards re
spectively ; nnd aggregating $1'J . Boll
of those men were itaid for their
work at the tlmo the other assessors were.
Another claim for * which favorable
orablo action is solicited from
the ooard is for some $730 for foes for dcputj
sheriffs who served nt the Coliseum during
the October exposition. The claim Is pre
sented by Sheriff Boyd and a Mr. Hoth , who
Is described as "tho gentleman with the big
whiskers. " Two or three years ago , at the
personal and very urgent solicitation of tn.inj
private citizens , the board warranted the In
currlng of a bill for deputies to serve
at the joint exhibit of the fair
nnd exposition. In the present case , Sheriff
Boyd is said to have gone ahead and em
ployed deputies without nny authority fron
the board. Ho and Mr. Uoth have paid the
bill , anil now are coming to the county to ro
Ipiburso them.
No greater triumph In medicine or chemistry
try has been recorded tiiun Hall's Hair Ko
newer to revivify and restore gray halrto
the color of youth.
The Combine I'nlH Ur > the Hnr ;
Against Republican Ollloc-ScckorH.
Henceforth during the llfo of the piosen
democratic rule In city affairs no republican
of whatsoever stripe , color or degree , will hi
appointed to any ofllce or position.
Such was the edict promulgated in n secrc
caucus composed of the mayor and demo
cratlo members of the city council , held Ii
the oflleo of the former yesterday forenoon.
It seems that various republicans havobeei
calling upon the mayor at different time
lately and represented that they hud bee
promised the vote of five democrats to the !
appointment to this tnlng und that. 'The
mayor becnmo very weary of hearing sucl
assertions , and not only this , but got all a
sea as to the democratic sincerity of cottali
council men who ewe their scats in the inu
nicipal body to democratic votes. Aftc
"bearing" the thing as long as ho could h
vestcrdny called his political brothers abou
him and demanded that they plcdgo him
their support under any and all circum
stances in the matter of continuing onlydem
ocrats. They pledged , and hence the ver
The particular cause for the action at tbl
time is said to bo tbo flllitig of the vacancy on
the board of public works.
I have a cousin who is a printer , says ex-
Mayor J. B. .Loughran of North Des Moines ,
la. Sorao years ago ho was employed la this
city where tboy were printing circulars for
Chamborlaln. Ho hod a dceo seated cold and
terrible cough , and while setting up copy ho
mndo up his mind to buy n bottle. It cured
him and that was the first I over know of
Chamberlain's Cough Uotnedy. I hnvo been
strongly In its favor ever since. My own ex
perience anu that of convinces mo
that this remedy is the best In the world.
That may bo strong language hut that Is what
I think. For sale by nil druggists ,
Rambling Cni'H Continued.
Police court was crowded yesterday after
noon by the sports of thd city to listen to the
trial of Price nnd GyserJ , who wore arrested
for operating a gambling room over Billy
If awley's saloon on Douglas street. The ovl-
denco against the defendants was very dl-
ncct and harmonious , m6st of tbo witnesses
stating that they wore In the room nnd saw
the defendants engaged In waiting upon the
phners who sat about the poker tables.
The case was not finished when the tlmo
cnmo to close court f01 } the day and as both
the county attorney and the attorney for the
defense have to bo absent for several dajs ,
the case wascontlnued."until Monday , Fcb-
i-uury 2.
Hearing I'rntoHts.
The city council met as a board of equaliza
tion yesterday moinlng' , with Mr. Tuttle in
the chair ,
The mooting was for the purpose of consid
ering protests against taxes for paving Siicr-
man uvenuo from West to Commercial strett ,
in paving district No. 252 , nnd Fourteenth
from Webster to Nicholas , in district 803 ;
nnd curbing Commercial street from Sher
man avenue to Twentieth street In uUtrlct
li-MI , Luke nvcnuo from Mercer avenue to
Hamilton street In district 270 , Fifteenth
from Jackson to Lcavonworth in 2TII , Twen
ty-second street from St. Mary's avenue to
Leavonworth In 8W , Seventh nvouuu from
Williams to 1'luo in U07 , Northrop uvonuo
from Mercer uvcnun to Burl In 314 , alloy
north of Worthlngton to Pine in ! iJJ-J ; and
I grading too , Twenty-seventh aveuuc frcui
Popplclon nvonueto Hickory street ; mid for
construction of .sower in I I.
On motion of Mr. Osthoft the hoard ordered
that all protests bo Hied In , writing with the
city clo'k. This necessitated nil adjournment
subject to cull of the chairman ,
J. TJ. Jensen , one of the entllost settlers of
Mlndeii , died Suudny , after a short lllncis , of
pneumonia ,
A militia company has been organized nt
Valentino and bus been chrUteiicdtbo Cherry
The now Congregational church at Craw
ford was dedicated Sunday ,
The Beatrice boanl of trade Is making
elaborate preparations to entertain tlio state
press association , which holds Its nnnnnl
meeting Thursday nnd Friday. On the lat
ter day a special train will convoy the vis
itors to the paper mill , starch factory , oat
meal mills , sewer plpo works , canning fnc-
loryetc. , nnd a visit to the extensive Dempster
mill manufacturing plant , water works , elec
tric light works , Beatrice building and pav
ing brick work ) , foundries nnd machine
shops. Afternoon Carriage rldo about the
pity , to the Institute for feculo minded ,
where a special entertainment will
bo trlvcn by tlio pupils for
In the Interest of the visitors. Exhibition
drill of Company C , Beatrice's military com
pany , in Iho evening a grand banquet at the
Paddock hotel. President George I ? . Marvin
of the Daily Democrat , assisted by Colonel
A. C. Jordan of the Dally Express , are work
ing Indefatigably to Insure the coniplotost
success of ttio mootltnr , and they are ably
seconded by tbo public spirited citizens ol
A special term of district court will beheld
hold in D.iwos countv beginning January 'M ,
for the trial of civil and criminal cases.
Tbo Daues county farmers' alliance will
hold a special meeting at Cuadron Febru
ary n.
Phclpj , county has another new town , Uock
The Good Templars lodge at Alexandria
now has forty-four members.
Frank Dirlcek of Schuyler was married
lost week to the mother of his children , with
whom ho had lived for thlrty-throo years.
Patrick Hogan Is now In Jail nt Dakota
City and there Is strong evidence against him
that ho set tbo lire that wiped out a good part
of the town of Covinirton a week atio Satur
day nignt. Thcro are others implicated and
they will all no doubt bo brought to time.
Six buildings were saturated with oil and set
on lire.
Thcro Is a prosp.ict that another election on
tbo county seat question will bo held in bixty
days m Chase county.
Burglars secured a quantity of revolvers
and watches by entering the store of II. W.
Dimmot of Wymoro.
A lodge of Good Templars has been organ
ized at Ilartington.
John Blust of Stanton was thrown into a
barb-wiro fence by u runaway team and severely
verely injured.
Rev. J. M. Bowers , formerly pastor of the
Congregational church atl'arkersburg , lately
dlcclnt'Klddor , Mo.
O.V . Heckling , trrocor , ot Sno City , lias
decamped. He has been guilty of forgery , It
la alleged. Officers nro after him.
Frank Snodgrass of Jackson township ,
Grcone countv , has struck a gas well on his
farm at the depth of eighty feet. IIo was
after water.
George Boeck , the Burlington pork packer ,
is putting appliances Into his house to manu
facture Ico. The nrllllcinl ice crop Is sure and
growing cheaper every year.
C. F. Comstock of Cerro Gordo county ,
raised some tobacco last season that excels
the best wood grown in Wisconsin. Ho pro
poses to plant forty acres of tobacco next
Carl Olcscn , an employe of the street car
company at Clinton , was ] erlted from a strocl
carand'thrown in front of It , when his hcii
was caught by some shovels on the car foi
cleaning the snow , and mangled and his neck
broken. IIo died in a few minutes.
Mrs. John Oalnorls iload at Asbury , agei
forty-nlno years. She had llvd In Iowa since
18VJ. Inhorjoung womanhood she cnjoyei"
the distinction of being the most bcautlfa
woman in Dubuque , and she combined grace ?
of mind with charms of person. Her maidot
name vns Funny Wall.
Sol. W Miles , foimorly editor nnd propric
tor of tbo Corjdon Times , has Just been nc
quitted of tlio rhargo of murder at Mcado
Kan. Be killed Dr. C. W. 1'ritchnrd will
tbo butt of n revolver. The Jury dccldeu
that the deed was doao in bcH-dofciise.
Up to this date our monthly prognosti
cations linvo boon fully us rafiublo as the
prophesies of the lute lamented Wiggins
but at the buginnlnp of a now year we
fcsolvo to dobtill better. The customary
January tlinw will bo dispensed with and
rmssenL'ors who travel in the olcctrl
lighted , steam heated , vcstlbulcd polnc *
car trains of tlio Chicago , Milwaukee < fc
St. Paul Ry. , between Omaha and Chicago
cage , will 'bo comfortably cared for re
gardless of the outsidoatmosphere. City
ticket ollico , 1001 Fiirnam street ( Barker
block ) , Omaha. '
Articles ot incorporation of the Clark
publishing company have boon filed with
the county clerk The capital stock is
$100,000 , with shares of $1CO. II. J.
Clark. 13. II. Jones , Wank "W. Johnson
nnd F. C. Hnrgiavo are the incorporat-
J. Goldsmith , manager of the Misfit cloth
ing parloi a. has gone to Now Vork on n six-
weeks' business trip.
Mr. T. W. Blackburn of Washington was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. E. A. O'Brien has rctutncd from Pine
If they had merit , they
would not cnlm ! to be HB
good as something also.
Jiooks on Blood and Bkln diseases freft ,
TIIK swirr srccincco. ATT.ANTA.OA.
rinleyBnrke.Qeo.W. Howitt-Thos. B. Oasadj
Burke , Hewitt & Casady ,
0 J T Ir I.
Offices : J , J. II row u llulldliiij. Council HlutTa ,
To Soft Coal Consumers.
What isOur Celebrated Jackson , Illinois ,
COAL AT $450.
Best in the market. Nothing like it. Order
early and avoid the rush.
A. T. Thatcher ,
Telephone 48. - 114 Main Street
Is In every respect the best Cool for domestic purposes in the
It lasts longer , produces more heat nnd burns up clonnor than
nny oilier lown conl. One. ton will go as fnr ns n ton nnd n half ot
the ordinary stuff , nnd It costs no more than the cheap , unsatisfactory
grades commonly sold. Try it for cooking and heating. Sold only by
The best outside ooal pold In the Council Bluffs market is the
OHIO L.UMP , superior to cnnnel and much cheaper.
All kinds of Wood and Coal. Cobs a specialty. Full weight and
prom pt delivery.
29 South Main St. Telephone 203.
"lyANTEU-A cmiiiiolcnt sir ) ( or i > cni > rtil
M liousuwoik. MIM , .limns J. lliown , . " > C
7th street , Couimll UUills.
Foil SALiK-Mcat market iloliiR isood cash
business , llttoil up In llr-a class stylo. Will
hour Ini eslli'iit Ion , A simp for some one.
Other business n'isnn for Milling , Address ,
lock box JSi : , Uoiini.ll Illiiirs.
Oi'Oll SALi-Cholco : lot mi Lincoln nionuo ,
half block from motor line. Cull on J. M.
ic.inlan , 1-8 Ilioadwav , Con null liluuV.
LOST At Koynl Au'iiiinm linll. Council
JllulTs , nil opul uiul ( llaiiuiil scarf via on
lie oMiiln : of Inn. SX Kinder will fiu ro
ll urd oil liy the return of same to lloo olllee.
ACKO lljou mint tOKctono ncro or ruoro
fur u nlou homo , and \\lioioyu" fan par-
ilen and raise smiill finlt anil poultry , or If
,011vmt , tenor tnonty neies or u I.irjii farm
n town , \\ocaii stilt you. C'.ill nml wo us.
lohnstniut Van I'uttcn , ICM'ielt block , Coun
cil UlUllH.
s Trv Dr. Miller's homo trout-
incut for fcninlo diseases. Safe , mild and
Hire. Also Dr. Mlllcr'spilii pistllcs ; pilules ?
itul Riiur.intecd to ( MI IT. I "or sain In Council
Hull's nnd Onmliaoiily by .MM. A. A. Smith ,
'iH. 1st st. anil .Mrs. G. K. lllgijliis , 1510
. . , Omalm.
FOKSA.IjE or Kent Q.inlon land , with
houius , by J. II Rico. 10i Main it. . Oounoll
Or Council Bluffs.
CAPITAL STOCK . $150,000
iii I. A. Mlllnr , P. O. Qloason , E. U
, E. R. Hart , J. D. 12dm uml ion , Charloi
U. lliunuin. Trans. ict U.inkln , ' busi
ness. barest anil surplus of uuy
liankln Hontliwcstorii Iowa.
Cinmcll HlutlK , la.
llilliiii'osuf the KV1'
irc-ntcd with tlio itreaU'Sllr
hklllnndnro. . (
nnil HAY I'liVKU trcntol
with eminent KUCCOHS.
StJItlilOAI.OI'KltATIONH , nhero ncci-SHnrr. pnln-
lessly iierfonru i v Illi thu utnuiit < 'IIIT nml Kklll , ns
Miringrcrfict results UNl'sr ( JI.ASSl'.S iiccnr-
utely prnscrlliud. ( urructlnx all rufrmtlvo trouliU's.
nn Aljupln , II ) pcropln unit A tklnatlsn > , tlins rrn-
ilcrlnxalulit viiy Ueur and iidnlcss CIIHO.NIC
NiUHAI. < > IAnnil SIC'K HKAIIAUK , after yoirn
of terrllilo sulfcrlni , ' . no rclli-f.cntlroly curnl Olllc" ,
llooiu 1. Hliuiriirt Illock , over Mono , V Cu.'a otore.
Council lUtitTa , III.
Corner Main an'l Broadway ,
Dealers In foreign mid donioUIo .xchin7 : < >
Collection uuiilu ajitl Interest iiild ; on tlino
l nw. Prao-
tlec in the state and
federal courts. Rooms n , 4 und 0 bhugart
lienublock , Council UlulTs , Iowa.
D. II. McDaneld & Co. ,
Butchers' ' aid Packers' Supplies ,
Market Fixtures , Casing ,
Fplcrs mid BuiisiiKO Maker * ' Machinery. 830-
KhiMutiist. , C/ounull III u If 3 , la. Also dealers
n Hides and I'urs.
For insect bites
uae Pond1 a Extract.
Echlffmtr-n's Asthma Cure ntrer/udi to clto
tniiiinl nli'H Iho vorit caici , In
fortablt llocpi tltcti cures utiero illttbe
In tlm Circuit Court of tliu United States ,
Dbtrlct of
TlinKarincr's I.oiin and Trust Compuny , vs
Tliu lioldrugi1 Wiilcr Coiupiiny , ct ni.
Notice Is lioiohy given that In piirxunnco of
nn aider of tlio stild Court entered In this
oauso on the 1st of .liiiinary , 1MI , thu 1111-
derslirncd , rceolvorof tlioproncity liiiiuuallou
In tliln cniiso , will kcll atimlillo auellon tntliu
lilK'lic'Ht lilildiT , ut tlio north iliinr of the 1'i'd-
ornl 1'ost Oillni und Court Hon > o In the city
of Oiniiliii , on the -bill day of IVlmmrv no\t
ut ID o'clock Ini the forenoon , the ( olloHlng
dcscrlliul jiroportyi
All tliu jirlvllcKcs , franchises. cascinontH.
clitmcH In iictlnn. cstuto , propiTty ri'iil und
iiorttonnl , olfojltt and nssct at the Holdiuxo
\Vutor. t'oiiiiiiiuy. In tliu Oountv of 1'liclps ,
Stiito of NulirjBka , In and about Its won ; " ,
Kniiiiid nnd proiierly used for Hiipplyliu tlm
city of lloulri'Ko uiul thu Inhabitants thereof
\ > llli water fornll purposes and | i.irtlunla > ly
lotHthiee , four und llvo In block twenty-four.
In the Una addition to Holdreto , Nebraska ,
nnd all rentals , do'its iliun. dcriutnilH , nl.uscs .
Iniietlonof u\nry kind nnd natuiiMnohidltiK
wtitur rent from the in Id city of 1 1 old rote , un
der llio contract mndo uetxvcen ha'd city ol
Hold rojio mid Ilonjniuln H. Clnrkc , liy virtue
of mi ordlnnnctt of hiild cltv In the natd mort-
KUUO nnd Hiild lilll of complaint ontltltul , anil
unilorund ly vlrtuuof nny contract liotwiiun
b.ild city and uald lloldrcKii Water C'oinpiiny
nml all watur runts from prhuto eoiiHiimorH
wlntlboovur h luatcj , id all other Income ol
nny kind whntMotiver tioni iiiiypoiniin nr pro
petty In mild county of I'huliis. ' und Htato ol
Ntbniklii. AUbTIN ll.UUOWN.lleculvur.
l.ra\ea ICIIICAdO , 1IUUI IN1O.\ ! O.l Arrives
Om.ilm | Ui'put IDtli nml Mutton street * . I Umnlm.
4U | > in . . .ClilrnKU Hxpro" 800 n in
HVI 11 in . . .I'lilciKU r.xpro'i. . . . li0 1 > ill'
1UO | > in . . ChlcntHj Kxpron lOWi a in
JIM p m . . . .JllKjtJillCIll ui- . . . HIM "I
_ _ . Srrfvcs
Onmlm. input lUlliuiut.MiiioiiiitriH'lii. | Onmba
fifK n m * 4 OS ii m
10 55 m IU5 p n >
7 10 | i ni Denver NlKlit'Ktprut . ii.l.'iniu
MM p m Lincoln J.lmllc" " !
Mi u in Lincoln l.ocnl
Onmlin. Depot lOlli nuJ Mnnuiintroct'i
t'TI n in . Kiiiinni City liny fipri ; i
JMi p in 1C. 0. NlKlitKxp iln r
Uiimli i | Dci'iil Hull anil Mnu'y M recta.
'zvi p ml O\i'rliiml I'ljror . .
7 J ) p in I'nclllo Kxprr-M
J > Q7 11 mj JCiinpni * rity lxr | s , ( J ;
U"ivo3 I Cllli'A < 70 . U T. A I'AflFlO.
Omalin. I U. I' ilcpiil. l Ullijiuil M ircy ht- < ,
0 10 p m Mxlit ixpr : < < 39 .
IH ) " > a in . . . .Atlantic Kxpro > 9. . . .
1 U p in . . Vritlhiilo Mmltoil. .
] # HUi
Uniiilm | U. t' ilupot. imii uiid liiri SI .
715 u mi bttiux ( Mty I'ui eiiKcr . . .
fMi in | . . . . . . .t-t 1'iuil Hxprrvi J10JO ni
"l CIITC J ? IO1)A O'nrA. !
_ 0innlii [ | Depot Ijlh uml Wutmtor SH
AliJl'I ' Li . SI 711111 l.lnilU'.l. . .
"l iivet iC'llR'AtiOi NOHTIIWltaTlillN Arrltos
Uinnlm | U. 1' . ilc'tiol , lllth uiul Marc ? Sis , | Oiimlm.
1(15 ( a rat rhlcnxo Hxiirois. . .
IM p m Vcjtlluilo Minllpil
rIS p ni lonnAc'iuiniiiodntlontuYC.
UK ) pin I InitcrnKbu. ,
II 4' > ii mlloxf Sunl-u ) ! t Kint lxoif ! ( Mini )
"I faverR3llilATrJrMlir7rSY. ( rai7iTArrl c '
Omaha. | U. 1' ill-put. 10th nml Mnny his.I Oinalin.
IIIU pml ChlciiKoK xpress I , V.4 ! > a lt ,
IL * * n uij Chicago Kxprc a. . . . . . . . . I r.u : ) p m
"T.u rives 1' . , 13"X Ml ) . \'TIli ; TArrlves
Omiilin lepot 1'itli nml Weliiter Bli. I Oman i.
II l ) n"n7 Mini * Hills Kxpruss fi 'JO p m
IIUO n lit . .Iln tlnx4 Mtp. ( llx : Huinliy ) | R.SO p m
5 10 v ni \ViiliotiVMncutn iiHi'JC. Sunil'yl H" ' * u mm
JU ) p m n in
1.0IIV01 . . . . ArrTro *
Omaha _ Depot lltli nml Wobslor Btv On i nil it ,
8 10 n m . bliluxMty Aocnniniodntloii II 65 p m
] U ) p in Sluux City Kxprvsa ( ex 12.40 | < id
600 p ill . .St I'nill l.lmltoil ti.U a tu
JU& jt ni lanc < it l'ft iengi'r ( ex. Hmiiliijr )
is I jiiSMimir Arilvns
( minli ii I Doiiutl'ith mid \vantor Sl Oiimliit
ll ) ; ' . ) ii IP I Ht. I.oiHlTAK. ( J. Kxpri'n 4.6l ! ii"m
D.15 ] in\ _ \ ! . bt. _ l.iiil \ K. O. Kxpron
imsfi'rl Union IM , > ( > t , Council lllulH. Tra mtu't '
n.Snpiul N'iKlit 13vpre tLttinS
! l'Uiini ! Atlantic 13\ir | 3' < . . . . .V.'i'i ' Ii irx
_ 6JIO jii | VcatltiiiluUnill _ < > i ! . . . W. )3 tt irt' '
Iriin fcrl Union lioiiotCouncil Illnll *
Vc.-tlhnlu I.linllt'il ' . ) : n lit
I'.iiHturn I Ior ) 2Ulp ig.
TAtluntlc Mull T M u lot
i in I Inirn Aocoiiiinoiliitlon I I3xo wnn ) ii jo p m
_ _ , T. I'AAl , " ] ArrTv ' ? *
Tj-iuisfcrl Union lc'i ) | ) t , Council WnlT" . iTrnniifuit
liWpmT ( hlciik'u lxiroa-i : | . . I 11 16 a nil
) ) p in 1 Chitnw H\prtHM. J * ' { ) ( ljijri' '
If ( i. . SI' .11)11X1 ! . H I AnrTvu
TriiniitiTl llnloii Di'pol , Comicll llhilT . ITrmiiifmi
iuil" | . . . . > iiii Cliy Day ixpTcii : i & 4lp ) i
"a.'i p | . . , > n"im fit ) NlHlit Kxpio - . I li'JOr ifll
Tiun > Cf "I OMAHA'S' 1 ArrTve *
llnliiii luioli ) | ( 'oiincll llliilT < . iTrimifoit
. . . St I.ouls rniion Iliill. . . . " liaj p 31
TArflvia ! '
Truniferl Union IK'put , Council lllnlT < . ITrnnsfej *
V.40 u nil ( lilcnKu KxplcHt "ifJUp
lOUUpiu Clilciiito Ktprcin . . . , U.40 n uf
_ 7. ( p iiiL. . , .c'rp lon l < icnl ± , . ± . . . . li.SU.n TO
Arrlv ! B i
Tinnifurl Union llopot , Courcll llliura.
7.45 n in' , fcluux City Acrouiinoilnlliin U 40 u
U05pui | . . . St. 1'aul Kxprciis
Xotit-v to Itrltli/c Itnllilei-H.
Nntlc'o Islioirhy plvun tlint sonleil liliN iioj
llticiil foul , for all lirlilk'i'f to bu bulll , In VnrU
county diirlni ; tlio ri'miuwli-r of tlmyoar IStd.
will bo iccolvuil ut Ihu olllcn of tliu countjf
chirk on or bufoiu iinon of Kub. si , IHiil , siila
lirldiios to bo built iicuniilliig In the follow In *
plans uml n | > oilllcitli ! > iis : All liililuos filinll
cons st \\hllnoak ] ) llo bunH , tluuii plllims
In uucli bunt , otcoiit wlirn tliu u ] > | iroicli bunl
CMH'I'dH hlfOl'tlll ' llPlullt. tlll'lfl Hlltlll llOfOltf
pIlliiL' In sulil limit. pllliiK lo lu wull MI ISDIHH' .
Htul.lil an I tliu Dark iiuoluil nil' , uml notlcsj
than n Inu I nc lies In illainutiirat lliu-iiiuill uml ,
I'iU'-t to l > e < lri\on not luss tlniii IU foot If In
bofl Ki'oiiml. nml IIM iluop IIH iiii sllilo Inliiird
minimi. Cai snflillo oak Hxl. ' nnd i fret In
lun tli. limits Unit in u iniiiu than 7 fi' < : t aliova
tliiicroiiiiil Hliall boswuy brueitl with U ploci
xlllliunl ] ) liHisiierstmctiiU | ) JolstH III to ouch
span , " * ! . ' ( ic'orKln nine , umUcHSfil , lirhlk'eil
onrclo fiieh spun with 3\4 iiiiitc rlnl ; HIIUIII
Unit mo mom tlmn IB fiM't IOIIK l < i liu lirlilKuu
twlco. I'lii'iilni ; to bo ot.'l-liiiliMiiitliurn plnn ,
111 fmt In liiimtli anil nut Insx tiiiin 1 1 Inolius In
uMiltli , nmliiisscil , nnd to lu Hplkcil to tha
Jiilhts with t o HplKo-i In oaoli i > lnnitocach (
loM , JtallliiK , sliimliiril wool , roiietMliliracoil
finni onilsof oiis | with 4x4 Himfitllow unarils
IXl > | lllll > . ClipfllSll'lll'd 10 pllC'rt Ultll ? 4-llllh !
dilfl bolts , "U InuhcH In luii th , fellow KUiirill
faxlc'iiuil ' to iilli'H with 53 anulior lions , M to
( nth bent , Joists to bo Hull spll.ol to uthur
anil to thu caps. Itulllnir mill ouls'do ' J lsH
uiul onil cui/s / to bu painted onu uuut
boiled o'l inn ) inlnmal jialiit. It illni ; ; lo
bolted to/uther with Imlf Imli holts. Aim
bids will bo ircelu'il ( or wliiK pllliin' ut so
much m-r foot.
Tnu unuid it'Murvci ) the rlpht to rJoct nn
nnd nil Mils. Tarty iiwarilud tliucontract will
bu imiiilnxl to KltuKOod anil siilllclont bonil.
coMiUtlonoil fm tliu faithful purfiiriniinoo ot
Ills contract , to bu uppruvud by tliu county
Datud this 10th day of Jiiniiiiry , Ifni.
W. II , ItCADKK , Cuiinty Clerk.
illuiihurvlee. Hosubnd AKi'nc-y , Houtli la
kdlti.Jiiiinury IIK ) ) . Smiled pnmoialH on-
dnrxud "l'ronal for Kleld "
| * boudn. and ud
( Irc'soil to Dm nnduitilKiicd at Hmnbuil
A'-cncy. hontli Dakotii , will lie rcti'lvc'il until
1 o'clock of I'ebriiury f > , Ml , forfiiriilHhliiK iinii
( li'llviirlnic tlinsiiinu at Vali'litliii ' ) , Nubriilint
fdObiuhels of suuUontH , I.IXW biiHholH of Ructl
jiolatoi'S and I.UOO bnslicls of tic'ud corn , lli'U
dersmiibt Htatii tliu proposed nrlcoof each nr
tlulo to bu oltiTcd for dellvury iinilor u con
tract. CniiTiFiK.n CIIKCKH. l.'acli bid
must bu iiocMimpnnlod by u coitU
iloil check or draft upon KOIDII Onllod Htatei
] ) eiosltury | , iiindo payublo to the mdur of tb
iinilurslgnud , for nt least 1'IVK liur cent ot
tliuuiiioiintof thu proKMal | , which check off
tlritft will ho forfiiliud to thu Unlloil HlutoHln
L'asu any blddc'r or blddcru iri't'lvlnu nn.
awiird ihall fall topromptly uxoeiito u foil *
tract with uooil and hiilllolunt Hinltlcs , otho
wltn to ho ri'inrncil to the blildor. J UCUlt
\vitiaur , u. a.