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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1897)
( i Ting CWAIIA DAILY matt : WLDXIMDAY. NOVEMBER n. 18 7 ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS DEPARTMENT
Mlts Cavln left jcstcr.Uy tor Chicago ,
Harry Murphy , cotl and wood , 37 Main.
lit Shrlvcr , dentist. Morrlnra blk. . rom2 < 6
Colonel J , J. StcJman has returned from
Edward DC Laird of Sioux City nas In too
Ora Clark of Island Park was visiting In
the city jtnterday.
Mcl'horion & Heed , cut flowers and do-
nlgra , odlco r Pearl st , tel , .172.
Mrs U 0. llrulngton has been spending
n row days with friends In Omaha.
II. C Curtis has roturi.cd from a trip to
Chi ago and others eastern points.
Satisfaction guaranteed at the reliable
Bluff Oily steam laundry. Phone 314.
Mrs P. L. Ilojil has returned from a
( week's visit wltli frlcndo In Nebraska.
M J and H. 11. Vanklrk , cattle dealers
of Sioux City , Ncrc In the city yesterday.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Hdmiindson have gone
cast and will sail for Europe on Trlday.
8 I' McConnlck and wife of Tabor wcro
among the Council Dluffn visit rs yesterday.
C C. Hnren , dentist , removed from the
opera , houac to the Dr. Plnney ofllce , 214 Pearl ,
Miss Hattlo Carson of Mlndcn Is the guest
of MM J. W. Sackrldor of Stutcsnnn street.
W. C. Unlhetik lias returned from Kansan
ami gene to A\oca tolstt his uuclc , who
Mrs W. C. Moore of Chicago Is at the ,
Ogdcn the guest of Conductor George
Clmrlca n Ha > lo and James Simon of Chicago
cage , tl'catrlcal managers , were In the city
jcsterda > .
Mr. an 1 Mrs. IMnard Keys have gone on
a Nlelt to the old homo of Mr. Kcjs In
Oalcsboro , O.
Jamcn Sullivan of Oalesburg , 111 , , IB the
fiUMit of his Hitter , Mrs. William Powers of
The Ladles' Aid society of the Congrega
tional church will meet this afternoon In the
church parlors at 2:30. :
Carlson'n freshly ground cornmcil , best to
bo had ; call for It at jour grocer's or at C
Carlson's Wash. A\c. mills.
Wanted , competent girl for general house
work ! good wages , small family. Mrs. W , S.
Dlmmock , 219 South Seventh.
Election Is over. Wo brcatho easy once
more. Hotter taku time now to send that
bundle down ( o the Uaglc Laundry , 721 II way
Mr. and Mrs Ikti Stevenson , who ha\o
been v'nltlng ln > ro with J. H. Arnd and
family , have returned to their home In Han
.vim. JIIIKUCS WHO ins Dcen me Rucnt 01
her rtauKlitcr , Mrs 0 Cwall of tills city th'a
BUmmer , departed jrsterJay for her homo
in Astoria , III
There waa not a single arrest In the city
yesterday. It was the first election day In
the history of the city when auch peaceful
Miss Sylvia Mcssmoro U homo on n
month's vacation At the ciul of Hint time-
eho will return ; to Illvcr Slounnd loach
during the winter term.
Council Bluffs people can obtain copies of
the International art series. "Ireland In
Pictures , " by calling at the Council Uluffa
omco of The Dec. No. 10 Pearl street.
Are you ever In need of laundry vvorlt ?
Our well managed plant , four wagons and
'phono 157 are at jour service. Wo also
give premium stamps Thu Eagle Laundrj
Mrs II A. Jlcssmoro and daughters ,
Sylvia and Grace , will go to Boone todiy to
attend the wedding of a friend. Miss Luna
Stevenson , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W N
Stevenson of that place.
Tlio Woman's Relief union , Shlloh No 1 ,
rocota at 2.30 this afternoon In Partners'
hall In the county court house. The ofllccrs
announce that there will bo business of Im
portance and request all of the members to
There will bq no services at St. John's
English Lutheran church this evening. Uov.
1 > . Groh of Omaha preached last night , but
cannot he present tonight. Rev. A. J.
Turltlo of Omaha preaches Thursday and Trl-
day openings. .Reformation sociable Thurs
day evening after services. All arc Invited.
Mr. fred Hastlscid of this city and Miss
May Morgan of Kearney , Neb , were married
jcatorday at the residence of the bride's
Blatcr. Mrs. 0. L Green In Kearney. The
newly wedded couple Immediately came to
this city and arc at homo to their friends
at COS Bluff street. The brldo is well known
In this city , having pissed her early glrl-
liool days hero , and the groom Is a postal ;
clcik running between this city and Ogdcu ]
Ilcv. G. W. Snydcr preached at the
"Roformatlin services" last night at St
John's English Lutheran church. Uov. L
Groh of Omaha preaches tonight and Rev
'A. J. Turkic of Onnha pleaches Thursday
end Friday nights. On Thursday evening af
ter soivices the women will give a "Reforma
tion sociable. " Short addresses vvll bo
made , refreshments served and n free will
offering given. All are cordially Invited to
C. B. Vlavl Co . female remedy ; consulta
tion free Ollko hours , 9 to 12 and 2 to 5
Health book furnished. 320-327-328 Mcrrlam
N. Y. Plumbing comjjuny. Tel. 250.
Money to Loan Reduced rate on fltst class
Improved farms and Inside city propertj
Apply to Jas. N. Cqsady , jr. . 230 Main St.
Mean nn Well UH Wlukril.
The burglar who robbed the art studio of
Miss Olla Cook when ho went through the
new homo that Miss Cook has prepared for
herself and Invalid mother , performed one
net of meanncea that should make oven a
burglar ashamed of himself. In her studio
waa a handcomo paint box containing Miss
Cook's colors for decorating china. It was
given to her by one of her admirers whllo she
( was In Chicago , and was protected by an
Artistic lock that gave the appearance of
great strength , while In reality It was as
fragile as a bit of china. When the thlaf
discovered , this box ho Imagined It WCH thu
rcccptlcal for the family Jewels and money
end ho smashed It without hesitancy. In
Ills disgust when ho found the box contained
only small bits of paints ho dumped the con-
tcnta on the lloor and spurned them with hla
foot. When MUs Cook entered the room
eho found her beautiful box ruined and her
paints piled In Inextricable confusion on the
floor. The thlof had piled the contents of
all of the drawers and trunks on the floors
end had pulled all of the beds In the house
4o ploccH lu ha ! bcarch for money , rinding
neither ho had gathered up some of the most
Jilglily prized chlnawaro and was preparing
to carry It away when ho was frightened off.
" SOLID-iwt Liquid ! "
Do not confuse "Cola this" and
"Kolatli.it" with [ ) r.
made upon the
the greatest doctor the world has
ever Known , Jean Martin Charcot
I Paris ) . These tablets positively
anish Nervousness and make the
user" all nerve" with "no nerves. "
BO cents nd 41 00 Box. K you
( annul secure Ihcnt ol your druegut ,
we will tend them to you direct.
WHITE FOR FKOOFS OF CURES.
Eureka Chemical nd Manufacturing Co ,
C , Wu ,
VOTERS Al L COME OUT LATE
Election Day in Council Bluffs Qulot
Beyond Expression !
LITTLE LOCAL INTEREST IN THE RESULT
CltlrriiN Slum Mnrltrit I ml I ( Terence
Until tinl l > ny IN .Nearly < M er
mill Tlitm MnKi- Ittlnh
mill ( ! c ( Left ,
Dut for the presence of the stmll crowds
In the vicinity of the polling places and
rapidly drhcnclilclc3 bearing long white
party banners and engaged In the wotk < > (
hunting and hauling to the palls \otcrs too
busy or too Indolent to walk up and discharge
their duties , It would never been known that
an election was In progress In Council Bluffs
yesterday. A quiet election Is not the term
that should be used In describing It. It
was an election In whlrli the voters end
the general public manifested but little In
tercut. All thcso Indications augured
throughout the day that a vqry light vote
would bo polled , but toward night Interest
Increased and the rush < .o reach tbo polls
bccamo great enough to attract attention ,
and when the polls closed at G o'clock last
evening the vote that had been polled was
almost up to the average In state elections.
The contest In the city was wholly without
special features of Interest. The disheart
ened democracy failed to put forth tbo usual
effort to coirnl the votcrti , and around all
of the voting places the crowds of ntmngp-
faced , sid-ojed mcti , wbo are- never seen
oxcctit on election days , waited all diy long
for the appearance of the man with the
medicine that was to limber up their stif
fened legs and get them tolng In the direc
tion of the voting booths. Money was un
doubtedly used , and plenty of It , but It was
not distributed In the old way , at $2 a hold
Many of the owners of the so-called floating
vote waited too Icng for the appeiranco of
the min with the money and the yells closed
bet TO they made up their mlmta to exercise
their rights of sovereignty as honest men.
The law requiring all cmplojcrs to give
thulr men time In which to vote was most
carefully observed , and the usual rush of
workmen to reach the iiolla at the last
minute was wanting
H Is believed that the poor farm proposi
tion v.as defeated bj a large majorltj. Hun-
dcens of voters were heard to remark after
they left the polls that they had forgotten
to vote on the proposition to Issue the oro-
icscd bond1 * for the purchase of the farm
A majority of the men who did give the
ir < itter any attention , when naked , announced
their opposition to the scheme The same
report came In fiom the country precinct" ,
and unlcsi all of the Indications arc very
much at fault the proposition has met with
a most pronounced defeat.
The predictions that were made some time
ago that the chief fight would bo made for
the sheriff's onice was fully verified by the
events today O'Brien's workers were fired
with the most patriotic zeal to pull their
candidate through , but wheievcr they turned
they encountered an opposition that was us
strong as their aggression The free dis
cussion of the fact that the fight was to
1)3 irade on .the sheriff brought every one of
Sheriff Morgan's friends to the front and
they let no chances to got a vote pass un-
Itrorovcd. The Indications were that the
largest vote on the tickets would be cast for
tbo two candidates for this ofllce. O'Brien's
forces nado some strong gains In the fifth
ward and for a while It looked as If they had
things down there about as they wanted
them. Later In the day a goad deal of the
lens was regained.
But little dlfllculty was experienced with
the Improved Australian ballot. The modifi
cations made by tbo legislature last winter
were In the line of simplification , and special
Instructions were asked by very few of the
The returns from the city were ascertained
with more than the ordinary slowness. In
the majority of the wards the Judges and
clerks went to their homes and ate a com-
foilablo meal before beginning the work of
counting the ballots Tlu consequence was
tbit , although a light vote had been custi
and the number of candlnatcs was imiall , It
was almcst 11 o'clock before the first pre
cincts were received The number of straight
tickets was much larger than usual , and af
these wore counted first It early became
evident that the republicans had carried the
citj. The returns also Indicated that little
more than half of the registered vote was
cast The vote of the middle-of-the-road
u.oullstfl and the sound money democrats
was vciy light , so light In fact that It cut
no figure In the general result. The vote
of the city BO Tor .is obtained at 11 30 was
The entire republican ticket has carried In
both city and county.
riHST WAHD riUST PRECINCT.
County Ticket Arnd , 194 ; Schilling , 178 ;
Morgan , 148 ; O'Brien , ISO ; Paulson , 137 ;
Sawyer , 197 ; Auld , 144 ; Coons. 190 ; Kernoy ,
146 ; Walker. 190 ; Jennings , 157 ; Wateiraan.
17fi ; Cook , 151 ; Judsoa. 187
riUST WARD , SECOND PRECINCT.
State Ticket Governor , Shivv , 181 ; White ,
191 , lieutenant governor , Mllllman , 190 ,
Plumer. 1SS ; judge supreme court , Wnter-
inan , 1SS ; Klnne , 190 ; superintendent or pub-
lie instruction , Marretl 1'K ) Hlnehnrt , ] ! > 9 ,
riHrond carnmHsloncr , U v dsoi , 188 ; Crrne ,
Legislative Ticket Tlepresent-xtlvc , Potter ,
191 ; Tobey. IS" ) , Putmim , 19J ; Alexander 1SS
County Ticket Treasurer. Aiml , 2. ; Schll-
llnB , 1U. sheriff , 'More ' in. 20C ; O'Hrlen. 1S1.
superintendent of hcliools , Paulson , 177 ;
Sawjer , 215 ; member bo ml supervisor ? ,
Auld. 201 , COOIID , 183 ; Kerncy , 202 , W.i'.kcr ,
1S4 ; eoronpr , JennlnpH , 211 ; Waterman , 17b ;
survejor , Cook , 20S ; Judson , 178.
SDCOND WARD , PIHSP PRHCINCT.
State Ticket Governor , Shaw. 2.12 ; White ,
1M > ; lieutenant governor , Mllllm in. 254 ;
I'liimcr. 191 ; judge supreme court , Water
man , 2S5 ; Klnne , 174 , Huperlntemdont of pub-
llu Instruction , liarrctt , 207 ; Him bait , 170 ,
railroad e-ommlssloner , Uavldson , " 55 , Crane ,
Legislative Ticket Representative , Potter ,
2CO , Tobey , 17.1 : Putnam , 2M ; Alexander , 174.
County Ticket Ti ensure r , Arnd. ' 2M ;
BoMlllnir. IBS ; sheriff. Morgan , 240 ; O'Brien.
19. > ; hiiporlntemlont of schools. Paulson. 211 ;
Sawyer. 20. ! ; member boinl supervisors ,
Auld , 2 4 ; Coons , 170 ; Kernpy , 283 ; Walker ,
170 , coroner , Jcnnlngi , 2C1 ; Waterman , 174 ,
Hiirvojor , Cook , 201 ; Judon , 172
SCCONM ) WARD. SHCON1) PRCCINCT
Stti o Ticket Governor , Shaw , 18.1 ; Whtto ,
14b ; lieutenant governor , .Milllin.in. 183 ;
IMumor , 13S ; Judge supreme e-ourt , Water
man , I'd ) , Klnne , 13G , superintendent public
Instruetlon , llurrett , 192 lllnemirt , 133 ; rall-
loul commissioner. Davidson. 19J , Crane , 13
l.cKlslitivo Ticket Representative , Pot
ter. 1)2 ! ) ; Tobey , 137 ; Putn im , 190 ; Alexander ,
County Ticket TreaHurer , Arnd , 201 ;
Sohllllnu. 1"0 ; sheriff , Morgan , 191 ; O'nrlen ,
r'i ; superintendent of schools , Paulson. 170 ;
Sawyer. 1C1 ; member boird mipervlsorH ,
Aud ! , 195 ; Coons , 113 , Kerni y. 192 ; Walker ,
1,19 ; coroner , Jennings , ISO ; Wnterman , 130 ,
stirvo > or , Cook , 193 ; Judson , U ) ,
THIRD WARD , FIRST PRIX3INCT.
State Ticket Governor. Sho.w , 191 ; White.
123 ; lieutenant governor , Mllllman. 193j
Plumer 118 : Judge supreme court , water
man , 197 ; Klnne , 11C ; fcuperlntcndent public
IiiMtruetlon. Ilmrett , 191 ; Rlnehart , IIS : rail
road commissioner , Davidson , 197 ; Crane ,
Legislative Tleket Representative , Po'tcr ,
193 ; Tobey , 115 ; Putnam. 198 ; Alexander , 11B
County Tleket Trcasuier , Arnd , 214 ;
Schilling. 101 ; bherlff , Morgan , 193 ; O'Hrlen ,
121 ; superintendent of schools. Paulson , 1C5 ;
Sawyer. 15J ; member board supei visors.
Auld. 200 ; Coons. 114 ; Kcrney. 191 ; Walker.
110 ; eoioncr , Jennings , 201 ; Waterman , 114 ;
Hutveyor , Cook , 20S ; Judon , 101 ,
THIRD WARD , SIXJOND PRHCINCT ,
State Tlcke-t Gov urnor , Shaw , 109 ; White ,
124 ; lieutenant governor , 'Milllman , 179 ;
Plumcr , 119 : Judge euprcmo court. Water
man , 161 ; Klnne , 121 ; auporlnti'ndent public
Instruction , Darrctt , 182 : Rlnehurt , 117 : railroad -
road oommls'lonor. Davidson. 18J ; Crane , 13
I.eKlalatlvo Tieket Representative , Potter ,
1B : Tobey , 124 ; ll'utnam. 1SG ; Alexander , 118.
County Ticket Treasurer , Arnd. 21S ;
Sctilllltii , ' , 101 ; sheriff. Morgan , 206 ; O'llrlen ,
119 : Biipe-rlntendont of Hchoolu , Paulson , ISSj
Sawyer. 128 ; roember board supervisors ,
Auld , 18(5 ( ; Coons. 117 ; Kerney. 195 ; Walker ,
117 : e-oroner , JennlngH , 197 ; Waterman , 125 :
surveyor , Cook , 201 j Judson , 113 ,
FOURTH WAUD , FIRST PllECINCT ,
County Ticket Arnd. 200 | Scbllllag , 95-
UorEtto , 186 ; O'Drlen. 1U ; Paulgoa , issj
Sawjcr , 129 , Auld 192 , Coons , 104 , Ko-ncy ,
192. Walker 100. JcnnlnKs. 1S5atcrmni ,
10S ; Cook , 01 , Judson , 95 ,
rotJIlTH WARD , SI2COND 1'Iir.PINCT.
State Tle-ket-Oovcrnor , Siavv. 118 , White ,
147 ! llciitpnunt governor , Mllllmnn. 120 ,
I'lvmer , 13S ; Judge supreme court , Water-
tinn , 121 ; Klnne , 117 ; superintendent pub.lc
Instruction , liarrctt , 121 : Rlnehart , 13S ; rail
road commissioner , Davidson , 121 ; Ciane ,
Legislative Tlckc' Rppre cntntlve , Pot
ter , 125 ! Tobey , 131 ; Putnam , 125J Alexander ,
County Ticket Treasurer , Arnd. 113 ;
Schilling , 12oj sheriff. uMorgnn , 127 ; O'Hrlcn ,
ISO ; superintendent of schooln , Paulson , 119 ;
Sawver , , 141 : member board supervisors ,
AHliI , 123 ; Coons , 140 ; Kernev. 122 ; Walker.
137 ; coroner. Jennings , 123 : Watcrmaft , 137 :
surve > or , Cook , 127 ; Judson , 1"S
PIPTH WAHD. FIRST I'RnCINCT.
County Ticket Arnd , 2C3 ; Schilling , 1CS :
Morpin , 240 ; O'llrlen , 195 ; Paulson , 23t ;
Sawjcr , 202 ; Auld , 2C4 ; Coons , 170 : Kcrney ,
238 ; Walker , 170 ; Jennings. 2G1 ; Waterman ,
174 ; Cook 201 ; Judson , 17C.
riPTH WARD , SI7COND PRUCIXCT.
Stn.o Ticket Qovernor , Shaw , 117 ; White ,
11G ; lieutenant governor , Mllllman , 137 ;
Plumer , 142 : Judge supreme court , Water
man , 110 ; Klnne , 130 ; superintendent public
Instruction , Harrott , 140 ; Rlnehart , 138 : railroad -
road commissioner , Davidson , 139 ; Crane ,
Legislative Ticket Representative. Po'-
ter , 141 ; Tobey , 139 ; Putnam , 13S ; Alexander ,
County Ticket Treasurer , Arnd , 141 ;
Srhllllnp , 131J sheriff , Morgan , 153 ; O'Urlen ,
111 ; superintendent of schools , Paulson , 143 ;
Sawyer , 139 ; member board supervisors ,
Auld , 14C ; Coons , 13.1 ; Kcrney , 145 ; WnlUcr ,
13"i ; coroner , Jennings , 151 ; Waterman , 1SUJ
surveyor. Cook , 144 ; JmUon , 137.
SIXTH WARD , miST PRECINCT.
State Ticket Governor , Shaw , 191 : lieu
tenant governor , Mllllmun , 193 ; Judge su
preme court. Wntcimnn , 192 ; superintendent
public Instruction , Hirrctt , 111 ; Rlnehart ,
Id ; railroad commissioner , Davidson , 194 ;
Crane , 1G1
Legislative Ticket Representative , Pot
ter , 197 ; Tobey , ICO ; Putnam , 195 ; Alexander ,
County Ticket Treasurer , Arnd , 201 ;
Schilling , 15S , sheriff. 'Morgan ' , 211 , O'Rilen ,
144 ; superintendent of schools , Paulson , IPO ;
Suvyer It1) ) , member board of supervisors ,
Auld , 197 ; Coons , 151 ; Kcrncv , 191 : Walker ,
135 ; coron'i , Jennings , 15 Waterman , I'M ,
surveyor , Cook , iMj Jud on , 1C2
But few of the countiy precincts had re
ported at midnight , and thcso showed repub
lican losses from the light vote. Valley
township gave : Shaw. 113 ; White , 12S ; Pot
ter , 107 ; Toboy , 117. Last year this precinct
went 17 republican In Underwood the fight
was all on the sheriff , and the rcault gave
O Brlen 33 mijorlty and the sime majority
to Sawyer. The total vote cast ID the pre
cinct this jear was 19r > , und last jear 25G
In Belknap township tbe republican ticket
received 244. democratic. 127 : rcnubllcan
loss of 5S.
Lewis township1 O'Brien , 110 ; Morgan ,
00 ; Potter , D5 , Tobey , 105 ; Putnam , 104 ; Alex
ander , 97 ; Arnd , 41 ; Schilling , 98 , Paulson ,
93 ; Sawjer , 105 ; Auld , 94 ; Walker , 103 ; Jen
nings , 97 ; Waterman , 101.
Momlii } MiiNlrnl Club.
The meeting of the 'Monday Musical club
at the residence of Mrs Donald Macrae , Jr ,
on Monday ufternoon was ono of the most In
teresting fie club has held. The program
presented was of a high order of merit and
was most keenly enjoyed by the critical audi
ence. Uspeclal pialso should bo accorded
Miss Keller of Omaha for her masterly rendi
tion of a most difficult selection from the
compositions of Chopin. She plajcd the
Polo-alse , opus 2G , No 1 , and won hlg"h
encomiums of praise. At the next meeting of
the society the following composers will be
considered : Mozskowskl , Hope Temple and
Rubonstcln. Following is the Monday pro
Paper Lesson 2 , two-finger exercises .
. ! . Dr. William Mason
Mrs. E. E. Hart
March . Hohnns Archer
Miss Helen Shepard.
"At Parting" . Johns
Jlrs. Welsh. i
Op. 26 , No. 1 , Pol . Chopin
Paper on Chopin .
. Clnvton Johns and Schubert
Miss Hllen Dodge. |
Nocturne , G Major . Chopin
a. "Why Blooms the Rose" . |
b. "I Love , and the World Is Mine"
. Clayton Johns
Mrs. W. S Dlmmock.
Serenade . Schubert
Mrs. George Hughes
Plorlan's Song- . Godard
Mrs. Van Ornian and Mrs. Barrett.
HUM IInc to mill fi 0111 tliu Inim School
for tinUraf. .
Commencing on Monday , October IS , 1897 ,
M. E. Weatherbec will run a 'bus line to and
from the Institution , leaving the city at 9 a.
m , 1 30 p m and 5-30 p m each and every
day , and leaving the Institution at 11.30 a.
m , 3 30 p m and 7 p. m. each and everj
Parties wishing to go to the Institution
will meet 'bus at Atklrs" drug store , Grand
hotel or Kiel hotel at times named. Fare ,
15 cents M. E WEATHERBEE. Prop.
Judge Smith spent several hours In , the
county court house yesterday , holding a ses
sion of court In chambers for the purpose of
hearing probate matters. The will of the
late .Mrs Angela n Shugart was filed for
probate. Her husband , E. L Shugart , Is made
executor without bond The will of D B
Clark was admitted and Ora Clark was ap
pointed by Judge Smith as administrator.
The bond was fixed at $300. Novembei 9 , at
9 20 o'clock , was fixed ns the date for hear
ing the final nroofs of the will of George A.
Holmes. Judge E. E. Aylesworth Is the
Judge Green will convene the November
term of the district court this morning and
begin the woik of the term , which will con
tinue during1 the remainder of the year and
lap over Into middle spring months The
bar docket shows 21S law cases , 171 equity
and twenty-four cilmliial cases. Among the
law cases set for trial Is the suit brought
by thu opponents of the Omaha & Council
Bluffs Hallway and Bridge company to anaul
the charter granted by the olty council on the
last days of September. There Is a general
public Impression that the case will never
The following transfers arc reported from
the title and loan olllee of J , W. Squire. 101
Pearl street :
Sheriff of Pottavvnttnmlo Co to
James C , Houg'htoii , lot 5 In block
2 , Voorhls add to Council Bluffs ,
s. d . . . $ 707.CO
Sheriff of Pott.ivvnttamie Co. to Pot-
tuv.att.unle county , pt. lot 11 , town
of Neola , s d . 51130
Thos riurclinm and vvlfo to 13 S
Russell , lots 3 , 4 , 5 , and subd.
B\vU seH U-15-40. vv. d . 1,90000
II W Bendci and wife to J. C.
Hotigliton , lot G In block 2 , Vooihls
add. to Council niuffti , q c. d . , 1,00
U S Russell and vvlfo to Thomas
Uurcham , s'-i ' seU and BC'.i svv'4
3G-7i-40 ( and pt , nvv'i nvv1 , ! 1-75-40 ,
vv d . 0,70000
J. W. Squlii ) and vvlfa to Pnssump-
blc Savings bank , lot 1C In block
10 , Craw fold's add. to Council
Bluffs. ( | c. d . 100
John Hofman to Bertha. Jcttcr , lot
1. blk 2 , Potter and George CO.'H
add , Hast Omaha , vv , d . 37500
Total . J10.24GOO
UoiiMiiH ( it-tH Illn MI > crt > .
J. Hopkins , whom tbe police have been
holding In the city jail for several days
upon the theory that ho Is a bicycle thief ,
was given his liberty yesterday morning by
an order of the court continuing his case
until Friday. Hopkins rome Into town on
Saturday morning riding a new wheel from
which ho had removed the name plate. Ho
attempted to toll the wheel to a South Main
street repair man and placed such a meager
valuation upon It that the suspicion was
unavoidable that it was utoloti. A descrip
tion had been received from Onawa , la. , a
fovv ilajii prior of a wheel that had been
stolen there. The description of the thief
fitted Hopkins to a nicety and the officers In
the town were notified by wire. No reuponso
was received until after some tlrao and then
the Information was returned that the sheriff
was out o ( town. Hopkins admitted having
como from South Dakota , and made a very
weak denial of the charge that he had stolen
the wheel. He agreed to leave the wheel
with tbo police until bis case waa called.
MeiiiorU'H of a Illlsxuril.
Julius linger returned yesterday from Mad
ison , Neb. , with the bodlta of bis father and
Uncle Jullua and Jacob Uogcr , who perished
i [ fB
In ona of the feirful Hlfrzards In Nebraska
twcntv eight joarn > W The bodies were
bi ought here for the purpree of being burled
In the fam ly lot in Wnlntr Hill cemetery.
\\hcn the graves \veTV opened the coffins
were found to be In excellent condition and
the bodies In a fair * state of preservation.
The dead men were among the pioneers of
the Bectlon of Nebraska where they lived ,
and the fearful enow storm In which they
lost their lives hag pJtEeed from ( ho memory
of all but n few of tViMawlio suffered from
Its effects. The UiifcrsV w ere living on a
farm near the townj-nhfl they perished In
sight of their honio.V TBO storm had been
raging all day and atliilght the men started
together to the barn to care for the Block.
It vvns still da > light , but the blinding snow
made It Impossible for them to sec bojond
a few feet from where they stood. They be
came bewildered and missed the stable , and
failed to reach the house. The storm pre
vented any of the other members of the fam
ily going In eearch of them. In the mornIng -
Ing , which broke still and bright , their
bodies were found half a mlo ! from the house.
They hod remained together until the last
and when found the bodies were only forty
feet opart. Ono of the men was stronger
than the other apparently and had gene
ahead a short distance. When found his po-
sltlo.i Indicated that ho had turned to go
back to hla brother. His arms were stretched
toward him and his frozen face still bore the
expression of encouragement used to revive
the hope of the faltering brother. The bodies
ies were rcburled yesterday afternoon and a
handsome monument will soon mark their
MnlnlitliiH | | | N
The efficacy of the Australian ballot In
preserving and maintaining the secrecy of
the vet r Is well Illustrated by an Incident
that has occurrc 1 In the second precinct of
the Third waid. Tor the last three jearfl onu
voter has marked bis ticket In such a man
ner that the Judges fravo been obliged to
throw It out. Ho has followed faithfully the
Instructions of the law In marking the names
of tbo candidates on the ticket ho has at
tempted to vote , and has placed a cross In
the sqitiiro bcfoic each of the names on the
republican tlcke't from top to bottom Then
as If to show his lojalty to his partj prin
ciples Iho has religiously scratched out all
of the remainder of the ticket. On some oc
casions ho has used a big black carbon pen
cil and has thrown a great deal of unction
Into his aim when he started In to obliterate
the democratic ticket. His tavage crosses a
foot long have made his ballot a marked ono
In the broadest sense and the judges have
throun It out each time. The republicans of
the ward have been trjlng to find the man
for tno last three \fiirs , but have been un
able to do so Yesterday he deposited the
simo old ballot and evinced a good deal of
extra energy In scratching off the democratic
and free silver tickets. The. ward managers
hope this notoriety will be the means of
awakening tbo good republican to a roillzi-
tion of tbo serious mistake he Is making and
thu next time ho votes his ballot will bo
cast near enough In accordance with the law
to permit It to bo counted.
I'vusj Aitunsrnn AS s\vi , > m.nn.
DOCK u Iiiornl\ * ( "Inlrv oj mit Ilusl-
III-KM I'ulll Kouml Out.
SIOUX CITY. Nov. 2. ( Spcclil. ) A man
giving bio name of Rev. Ji W. Whltoaldo has
been arrested In this city , on the charge of
obtaining money by cheating. Ho has been
posing as a clalrvojant and for some tlmo
has been doing a lucrative business. But
fin-illy he told the fortune/ one 0. Celtics
and for the same he charged $ S. Eckles was
given a magic charm ? but It failed to work
and the "divine" was artcsted The court
bound him over to the grand Jury , fixing his
bond at ? 500 , which the reverend fakir failed
to obtain. 1
This man ihas quite a record In this county
for ono so young. In tbe 'fall of 1895 hewiis
arrested for stealing a cow. He had led the
animal to the stock jardsiand dlspcsed of It
for a few dollars. Ho served ono year In the
state penitentiary at Ananlosa for this crime ,
and sinca then Jlias been ' 'engaged in various
escapades. It Is supposed ho learned the
clatrvojant fake from'a follow convict from
this county a Dca Molnes young man who
was sent from here for the crime of adulterj.
Whltcfalde's real mme Is L. M. Isgrig and ho
ls the son of a farmer living a few miles from
J til M ( ) \ < -r ! > > mi
MISSOURI VALLEY , la , Nov. 2. Special
Telegram ) An old resident of this city
named Edward Cusack was run over by an
engine in the Fremont and Ell.horn > ards
this afternoon. Ills head was entirely severed
from his body. An Inquest will be held to
lOHII AC'IVH0 < 'M.
John Naglo , a farmer living near Walnut
Grove , was accidentally shot and killed
while out hunting Sunday.
Fire destrojed tv.o barns and burned six
horses , property of the Woods Ice and Coal
company at Waterloo Sunday night The
less Is estimated at $1,200 ; no Insurance. The
origin Is unknown.
Claud Wilson who was shot last Wednes
day night In the vicinity of the Jerry Otto
resort in Marsholltown as the result of a
general row , died Saturday at ten minutes
before midnight. Blood poisoning and gangrene
grono had superve'ned and there waa little
cbanco of Giving his life. Young Cljde Otto
will now have to answer to the courts for
Acting Commandant Commissioner A. T
Dirchard of the Soldleis' homo Saturday noti
fied Dr. F. P. Llerle , who has been In charge
of the Soldiers' homo hospital at Marshall-
town since the displacement of Dr. Dufilold ,
that his services would no longer be required
and tuit Dr. Dufficld would take charge Sun
Frank Wllloughby , aged 22 , died at Mar-
shalltown from the results of being scalded at
the glucose works Sunday afternoon.
Tno apple ciop is about harvested In Mlllr
county. TMo yield Is disappointing and the
quality far from first-class However , the
general soirclty of apples will undoubtedly
result In advancing the price by midwinter
to a very satisfactory figure The cold stor
age com ) any Ins already packed something
like 2,000 barrels. Several hundred gallons
ot elder and vinegar have also been made ,
and when the apple picking Beaten has closed
hundicds of bushels of "windfalls" and
"culls" now In storage will be converted into
elder and vinegar of prlmo quality.
Read "Simon Dale" in The Sunday Ben.
If you don't take It , subscribe now.
ciutoMo VIOMCV J > I'JiosrncT.
Nc\i HIIlN III Villleil TlnlN Will boon
Ho III C'lrcMiliitliin.
The new paper mousy'printed In different
colors , will soon bo In circulation. Some of
the designs have alreadyjbeen prepared , re
ports the Washington correspondent of the
Globe- Democrat , ami .others nro being exe
cuted at the Bureau of lEngravlng. All of
them will undergo ciMtlclsm and more or
loss alteration before tinbVacceptance I'rejl-
dent McKlnley has expressed his approval
of the Idea In a general ; way , and Secretary
Gaga Is anxious to Issuoltho notes and cer
tificates os qulckl } us possible. Being a
banker himself , ho fullr bppreclatcs the de
fects of the currency now In the hands of
the peoples It may bo artistic , but tbo vari
ous denominations arc not easily distin
guishable from each other , and even the
numerals on them are obscure and hard
to make out. This JU'CP ( ! counting trouble
some , auil a perbon Uwi to look bliarp it ho
would avoid giving a $5 note for a $1.
Secretary Gage Is of the opinion that
over-day usefulness Is of more Importance
In the currency of tbo nation than high art
Pretty pictures of recumbent women and
naked boys r.ro well enough In their way ,
but they cut no particular Ice , so to bpeak ,
In connection with hard and vulgar cash.
The most Important point In a piece of paper
money Is that It shall be easily recognizable.
Ita denomination must bo apparent at a
glance , and Its kind also , whether treasury
note , bank , note or certificate. Of court > o ,
safety against counterfeiting U not to be
lost sight of. It Is believed that ull of these
requirements are met by the now designs.
Anybody who has a handful ot theao bills'
will be able to oeparate them In an Instant
Into their different classes , BO aa to count
them off-hand end without scrutiny. At the
name time , the greater simplicity ottheir
patterns will render tbem actually more-
difficult to Imitate * itfccMru u Thpcry
claboratene * of the notis now 11 cir uUtion
confuses the eje
Tor illustration Uke the $1 b < 1 The dc-
nlgns for this denomination arc alreadv fin'
Ished , and -ire very handsome1. There ro
only two. ere for the face and one for the
back. bcoMise all ? l bll's ' will have the wmo
pattern , whether cerlltlcali'S , batk IK ten or
tre-asury notes When > ou sec a bl.l with
a big spread eagle In the middle of the
face , ) ou will recognize It as a $1. without
even looking the largo numeral beneath
How , then , are jou to understand what
krml of si $1 bill It Is ? The answer Is , elm-
plj b > the- color In which the big numeral
of denomination , the treasury seal and the
number of the bill nro printed. It It Is a
treasury note , these will be In red ; If a sil
ver certificate , the-y will be In green ; It a
bank note , they will be In blue. There will
bo no other differences , except that each
kind of bill will IHVO Its own legond. But
people do not want to stop and read the
legend In order to find out whether a bill U
a bank note or a certificate. They do not
have to do so , Inasmuch as the color shows
that.At present there are three different de
signs for $1 bills. Under the new onangc-
ment there will bo only ono design , the solo
variation bc'ng In the colors , ns described
U will bo the same way with the J2 bill ;
Instead of three patterns there will bo one.
This pchcme v.lll bo carried out through nil
ot the denominations ot paper money. There
are nine denominations In all , running from
| l to $1,000. "Under the present sjstcm theio
are twenty-seven patterns. Just think ot It
twcptj-ojvcn sorts of paper currency ! It
Is enough to contuse the people , especially
when It Is consldercJ that during the last
few vears the designs have been undergoing
radical changes with every now administra
tion. Obviously , counterfeits are much moro
likely to be detected If the users of the cur
rency are thoroughly familiar with Its ap
pearance , so as to bo struck by acij thing
that Is not exactly ns It should be.
For the new $2 bill a head ot Washington
lias been chcsen provisionally. On cither
sldo of It two classical figures of the alle
gorical sort will recline. Thrs something
will be done for art Incidentally. It would
lo n mistake to suppose that the new money
Is to bo executed In a spirit , of commcichl
[ ihlllstlnlsm ; on the contrary , It will bo very
liandsomo Indeed. Ono thing very noticea
ble about It Is the broad blank spices which
are loft on both face and back of each bill.
Something like one-third of the entire area
of the note In each case Is a blank. The
back baa not so much ns one-half of tha
usual amount of lathe work engraving. The
purpose of this modification Is twofold It
will show tbo distinctive fiber In the piper
much moro plainly nnd the eye In examining
a bill will bo Icbs confused
Secretary Gage has been evolving this
scheme ever since he first took charge of
the treasury It is t > afo to say that the
picsent alleged "artistic" patterns ot cur
rency would never have been adopted under
the authority of an official graduated from
commercial life. Mr. Carlisle , who Is re
spcnslblo for the patterns of the notes and
certificates now In use. Is bettor acquainted
with politics than with buslncra Ever since
the "art money" came Into ell dilation bank
ers and merchants nil over the country have
been complaining of It. Bank cashiers es
pecially have found Its obscurity a very
serious inconvenience. Ono notable advan
tage of the new plan Is that It will do away
ontliely with the Industry of raising bills
from small to largo denominations. This kind
of fraud has grown of late to an extent that
proves Its profitableness. Only the other
day a prisoner in the Tombs jail. In Now
York City actually pas-sad on the prison
caterer a $20 note which ho had la'sed from
a $1 during his leisure hours
Half a do/en jcars ago the treasury of
ficials were scilously considering the Idea
of making the backs of some of the notes
skj-bluo Designs In that color wore pre-
lared at the Bureau of Engraving , and sub
mitted for criticism. Somebody , however ,
suggested that they looked like Confederate
shln-p'asters , and that settled It. Recently
a merchai.t of Olcan , N. Y , offered to the
treasury a suggestion to the effect that nine
dlffcient colors should bt employed for the
various denominations of the paper currency.
Ho urged that , thus distinguished , they
would be much easier to count , and that
"raising" would be out ot the question. Ho
proposed that $1 bills shoaid bo tan-colored ;
that twos should bo orange ; fives , golden
ccherr tens , lemon-colored ; twenties , hollo-
trope , and fifties , tose-colored. The $100 bill
was to bo turquoise blue , the $ DOO pea-green ,
and the $1,000 daffodil. This was by no means
a bad idea , but Societarj Gage thinks that
his p'an Is simpler and better.
Ono ot the Hrgcst Items of expenditure In
the Treasury department Is for coloicd inks
upcd In rrintlng the paper moaej , revenue I
stamps and postage stamra. Nearly 1,200,000
pounds of thcso are required annually The
n-atorlals are bought in the shape of diy
colors , which are mixed with Unseed oil.
The colors must bo the very finest and pome
of them , partlculaily the red , are very costly.
They reach the Bureau of Engraving in the
form of fine powi'ers put up In ban els , and
there are prescribed the formulas for the
mixtures icqulred for various ourposes. For
the faces of the treasury notes and certifi
cates , for example , some Prussian blue Is
added to the black powder to give brightness
to the black ink. The mixture Is thoroughly
stirred and sifted , after which It Is combined
with linseed oil and feJ tu a machine with
otcel ixillers The machine grinds it , and
finally rejects It as a beautiful , smooth print
ing Ink. H is poured Into Iron buckets ,
which are lab"led "lepal tender , " this blng
tbo technical name for the particular prepar
For the brown backs of national bank notes
the mixture Is composed of Venetian red ,
oiango mineral , vermilion the best quality
from quicksilver ore and some black. The
gold figures on the faces of the gold cer
tificates ure of chrome jcllow , vermilion and
white lead ; but the treasury ) is not printing
any gold coitlficates nowadays. The mcst
Important color used Is chrome green , 280,000
pounds of which are used annually for the
greenbacks alone. It Is a beautiful emerald
powder. All the mixtures are convcitod into
Ink In the same way , with linseed oil. Every
twelvemonth the treasury uses 60,000 pounda
of Paris wMite , 08,000 pounJs of bird black ,
35,000 pounds of soft black , 2,500 pounds of
vermilion , IBOO pounds of Venetian red , 7,000
pounds of Prussian blue , 2,000 pounds of
chrome yellow , 4,000 pounds of orange min
eral , .100 pounds of Indian red , 500 pounds of
Italian burnt elenna and 100 pounds of
Chinese blue. This does not Include the Ink
required for the postage stamps The money
Is all printed by hand.and each printer gets
every moinlng his day'ri allowance of It , for
every bit of which lie Is obliged to account
The fiber piper is to be retained In the now
currency. H is deemed an extra safeguard
ngolnst counterfeiting though criminals hnvo
found several vvavg of getting over the dif >
flculty. Ono of these methods is to wosh the
Ink from $1 bills with chemicals and print
the dwlgns of higher denominations on the
paper thu obtained Another 1s < o Imitate
the appearance of the fibers b ) printing
blink paper wlib plates cngiavcd with Ir
regular curlicues , rubbed over wlih rod Ink
The piper thus treated Is then used for
printing tic counterfeit designs upon. As
far back ns 1SG9 the treasury printed Us
notes on paper which had a single band of
fibers , Instead ot two bands na now. The
elnglo band was phccd on the left of de
nominations under $20 and on the right hnml
end of higher denominations , the object being
to prevent raising. The 4roublo vvns that
people could hardly bo educated up to the
The UPO of fiber paper wo1 * slopped In ,
1S77 , because the Idea was patented , and
the owners of It demanded an excessive
rojally ton Its emplojment. Hut the patent
ran out five vcars ago , nnd then the treas
ury went back to tbo plan. The fibers are !
silk threads cut Into quarter-Inch lengths
nnd Introduced Into the paper pulp ns the
latter runs upon , the wire cloth ot the ma
chine No paper Is finer or moro carefully
Made- than that Utilized for the currercv of
the United States. It costs 43 cent * a pound ,
being turned out by contract by n Massa
chusetts firm. It Is made of the very best
selected rags , which are cleaned , boiled and
reduced to pulp with the help of water
that Is the purest possible. A little cotton
has to bo added , else the paper would bo
too hard. All of It Is undo under the c > o
or a government agent , nnd cvcrj heet Is
carefully counted , as much care belns taken
OR It It were actually incrie ) . All spoiled
sheets are destroyed , Each day the Bureau
of Engraving receives from the treasury
Us supply for that da > , every sheet being
receipted for duly.
H Is considered by the treasury experts
that a bill Is handsomer for not being en
graved all over. That I ? the Idea , at all
events , which Is to be can led out In the
now money. They say that a few scattered
designs , very elaborately executed In the
highest style of art , are most difficult to
counterfeit successfully The notes of the
Banlf of England are asttulshliiKly simple ,
having nothing on them but sonic rithcr
plnln lettering , the water marking of the
paper being relied on chiefly as a protection1
against Imitation. Ono of the queerest
pieces of money In the world Is an Irish
note for 1. It has the words "Duepound"
printed across It In big letters To the
naked c > e , even on scrutiny , this lisa no
special significance , but when a magnlf-
Ing glass is used the "Ono pound" Is found
to bo made up wholly of the words "one
pound" In microscopic letters.
A Wonderful Statement
Fro in Mrs. HIc-Glllim to Mrs. TMnldmni.
I think It my duty , dear Mrs Pink-
1mm , to tell you vrhnt your wonderful
Compound has done for me.
I was dreadfully ill the doctors said
euro me but
failed to do
I gave up
nnd took to
my bed. I
pains in rny
times I would get so blind , I could not
sec for scveial minutes ,
a I could not stand very long without
feeling sick and vomiting. I could not
breathe a longbreath without scream
ing , my heart pained so.
I also had female weakness , inflam
mation of ovaries , painful menstrua
tion , displacement of the womb , itch
ing of the external parts , and ulccia-
tiou of the womb. I have had all these
The pains I had to stand were some
thing dreadful. My husband told mete
to try a bottle of Lydia E. I'inkham's
medicine , which I did , and after taking
it for a while , \vas cured. No other
kind of medicine for me as long as you
make Compound. I hope every woman
who suffers will take your Compound
nnd he cured. MRS. J. S. MCGILLAS ,
113 Kilburu avenue , Roukford , I1L
rou i.vrniiv u. AMI n\TKif\\ij use.
ci HIS A.M ) ritcnvi s
Colilx , ComrliH , SortTlirnal , Inlluf.l/ll ,
IlroiicliltlN , I'liiii-iuoiilii , hvicllliiK
of ( lie .JolnlN , l.iiniltilKo ,
IllintM ITISM , MHKM.CIK , IIRAU-
AUIIU , TOO m vein. : , VSTIMIV , IJIK-
rici i/r nit I\TIII\C.
Ilitilv\n > H' Hi-ail ) Itfliff IN 11 Surf Cure
for Ilii'iI'aln , himiliiK , llriilKfM ,
I'llIllH III tllC Hill-It , ( .IlfMt IIIl.llllllN. .
It MUM the I'liHt nml IN ( Iif Oiil )
Tlmt Instanly ttopa no most exciutlutliiB pains ,
nllajs Inll unmillnn , nml curc-H CongCbtlmix ,
vv.ietlicr of the I.UMKB , Stcnncli , lloucls ur other
glumls 01 organs , L > one application
A lin If to u tenepoonful lialf a tumbler at
water will In n few mlnutra cure cinmns ,
Spusms , Soui Hlcmicli Ilcirtburn , INOIoiinncns
MccplemmsH hick He idache. DlnrrhotM , Uyscn-
tcr > . Colic , riatulcmy nml all Intcitml pilua
Tliere Is nut 11 rtmtillnl agent In the world
that will euro fever ana aiue nml nil other
n lnrlru , blllouo uml otbei fevero , uldcil b >
R/DWAY'S PILLS fo null My ns HAD-
WAY'S HHADY IliLIiP , SOU a 1 ottlo sold by
Jlauway & Co. , New Yoilt City.
K nirn St
THE" PENINSULAR STOVE COMPANY.
- DETROIT CHICAGO BUFFALO
I IOWA GARNISHMENTS.
/ Nou-roshlcutH of Iowa now hava no exemptions tuidcrtho new
W Cole which wont into effot October 1. We can COI.UiCT IJAI ) AC-
6) ) COUNTS as of old , ugalnbt MARRIKD or SINH.B etuploycH of FJall-
ft ways , Express , Telegraph , Telephone uud blceplnu Car compuuloa.
i NASSAU INVESTMENT CO. . Council Bluffs , la
Cold Cure currs coM * In Ilio hNwl.ecM * , i > n thn
IttniM. oUcMilMicw rolJ nnil filtlnktaco1 < Is. iiit
nil ? r 11 of rrlp. Btops tnccrlng , d'lctmrnn from
the im c nml pyw , juc cnt * rntarrli. illlillitrti | ,
innim nln.nml 11 tlir ul mill lung Iroulln. Ilirso
iitcnvuit lltila i > ell < -Huro nh olntcly Imtn k , lm\o
III xuniili of m . i BliilprMcnU
Tlio Mnnjon llcmcoy ton pony iirrpira H
euro for rncli < JI * o. M nil jlrnrRl'ts-
M cents ft > Inl. If } on liofd inMlril n < lIce \\rlUi
ITof. Mitnj-on. IS01 Arch Btroet , riilladclpliln. It U
In llu SprltiR ulll lie Treiueniloim.
Ttiu limit iirntllnlilc liimliirfl * villl lie
In TrniiNporlittliiii null Mi-rHiuiullxInic
mill Iti rnrnlHliltiK I'oixl ninl Siiiilli-n |
( o ( lit * iiinltHiiilr or ( iol.l Seekorx lii
Nliorl , n Kt'iiornl Tmilliifr , Moremi-
II It- mill MrmiiNlili InislnoKM , It MI
NO In ' lt _ It will 1- MI In M ) .
TliB Alaska Transportation
and Development Company
ln"cWrd , $5 , 000,000"- " " "
To meet this doinainl will own and operate Its
o\\ \ sri : \MIU * > . IIOAT.SM > nvitas :
o.\ TIIItico. \ .
Co n ii et I M K ltli UN IMVII line of lurwe
nml niiiKiiMlff ill Of rim MeniiieiN.
rpcclulU ndnptcil for pnssctiKi'i tiuslncRa carrj -
Ing to Hint luunlr ) nil immense iimuunt ot SUr-
i'i.ns : AND IQI : < II > .MINT for tinmimn , ng
well ns fuinlsliliiR Ilivm THANSroUTAIlON
for thcm-clves mi. I their goods nml rdultllsliliu ;
THAtJINd STATIONS nt different iiolnta AM
otiportunll ) Is ulTcicil imy iimon lie tin ) rf
smnll or Inw menus to liuv plnres of Block
In this lotnpnnj an ] 1'AiniCII'Ain In the
sure to bo cimed within the next imon"u
MI vitis A an orKKiucn VT si oo
pir vnlue , non ns'rsfuUle , nnd will be offncj for
u limited timeonly. .
svrmt TIIVN S\VI.MS \\us VM >
1'njliiK larger Uludemls Wnllo numerous fn\ .
IIIRII banKs ami ImiiKa have Kupt mini , trniifpor-
tntlun nml tinilhiv comi > inlescrc never sefn
In the list 11 r fnllmcK Tills stock IB one of Ilia
mort ( Uoltnlile ImeatiMuits olTeiiM the nubile.
Tlio liRini'oi itoiH unit moiUiolilcrsia \ nte roil.
nicteil wild this ioininii | ) lire mtn of wide ex-
pcilenco In Kltnll-ir limit Makings nml men who o
names nre Rulllclcnt Kuurnntee or the standarj
of the column ) to wlf
A1.IH2HI C' IILATX. 1'rcs Vnl. lllatz Drew. Co.
Mll\\.iu' < cc
1ION V\M H MAbON. Unltea States Hemtor
from II I no It
D C5 nmVAUDS. I'nss. irnlllc Mgr C II &
] ) II U . eiwlmmtl
rilANlt A HCCI1T , of Clue Kncstnei & Co
C1US 11 HOOK VMM , Trnlllc Mr | C I A I. .
It II ( Motion Uoulu ) . ChluiKo
\V C IMNHAUbON Gen'l PASS Agt , C N O
& . T 1 > U U Cincinnati '
u \y ami-mil , ives. rirat N0fi innk.
ninp A O1 Ti ; past eighteen seat with < * hpll > v
11-inK Sholbjvllii IntI
J. M IMlll.I.H'S Oaxliler Hrft Nat'ninl ' Ilnnlc.
Vlck liurR MI-K
Anil liumlreils of othtn rqunll ) prominent.
Address and maKe all monc > niviiblp ti
me risKa Tusponoiion end ocveiopmeii co
I'lKlier lliilIilIiiKT , cor.nii lluieii Mini
neurlmrn Six. C1IIU V ( , ( . II , I , .
Smith premier typewriter Co. ,
Brracunc. N. t. , 0.8. H.
mini Olllcc , ITtli nml Pnriiiiin SN. (
Ever lan sfo red
By Turkish LIV ? . Cap-ulos
They cine every case , NRVIJU FAIL :
the develop the IlllAIN nnd NUHVI33 , ito-
duiliiK llesh on the body nnd not spoiling
the Flomach as most medicines will do Wo
prep ire upeciillv for everj < M e Wtlto for
imtlcumrs TURKISH CAl'Sl'LES will
uuo nnj ailment or weakness uuisul by
Bol'-aliuss , and we mean It Wo vlll devtl p
anil strengthen the worst case of SUXUAb
WHAKNUSS or SRXUAI , LOSS , make a
new man of > ou or HJ3KUND YOUR
MONUY. Don't bo bumbiib'gcil , ao wo never
fall to cure. $1 00 box by mull I'lnln wrap
IIIIV , I'llUM VCV ,
ISth nnd Parnam Streets Omnha , N"b.
KOIMII ItMirrlnni Illiiuk.
Tnl.e nicvotor ,
COUNCIL. BLUFFS WANTS.
Ortubir 0 1S > 7
roii HINT , MALI : on 'JUADI : IIY
roit HINT iinurcn m council iimrfs
11500 pet month-riirtry Illll n < l ono iuro of
Krounil fruit nml Kirdin
$12 CO im inonlh New tloro rnum. 20xCO on
JS W per month -V. * Thltil fit . 0 room * nn 1 tnrn
H 00 pti month ' . ralrmount UM-IIUC o looms.
J7 00 per montbU \ > Iliuulway , store room
$ i ! (0 ( per inor' , . S'C ( Irahnm ay-mie , C rooms
$ 'i 00 per mir.fi-r Hl < ] ( .c trep | C-room IIQUI.C ,
Jl ( per jinth-Koiiso jti Ninth strict
AClti : rOIMIItl V-
| 8 33 per n.tntli A \ \ Jlrnp \ \ ; ' . il fi ncreH 2 mlleii
frnm leu n will tcku om-lialf of the nnt In
1 Oil s\ii-nt : > 1'irpcity
Jlni ( liooil home , liain Mini nnf tun lot' SSI ]
I'Ulh u\o m'inthl > iiijminU , 17 ! > < r munth
JJCO Oooil h'Hire nnd lot on A\inue H buwicn
iiKhlh anil Ninth Htn 5 per niontli
IK ) Oooil hound nml lot on Gth menue hctneen
2Sth anil ZClll U , inontlll ) pajincntB , 1C 1 er
15 loin In WrlBht's nilil for nolo nt a M-ry low
1'AHMH roil 8AI.U-
} 23 per ncic 215 pcru fnim I miles w < t of flrla.
wolil , tastcrn pirt of I'otlawntlumlu count !
ocl'Nleorr' ' < ( ) "cles ct KCO' ' "rrfil"K lanU north
125 p < r utre W-ll Impro\pJ IJO-ncru farm catt ol
l.oieland I'ottiHultrin'c iniinti
IVi | H r acre 41) nrrt uf ccoil farmlnir ' nr frull
lan.l . 3 mile , fri-n , llnej iW.nont'cot nty
ti , l or utri SO mien of food frnll lan.l . Hh
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f tiutity ' "f Ilnmburif , 1'icmont
Kl 2 mllf noiith of Houlll
I'Jit ) > a > mint In city prop.
Oood farm * for rent Annli in
I'ffmUi.viui1-1' 1I ( l- !
"tre > 4 ° acrt11 ° C fc0011 l"1 ' " onont
ten'ucra "ttcl "en > - ' Uty for tale
1' lfap ! ! N < ' 1) " ' > ka landa for i-ap |
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