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0 THE OlMAIIA DAILY BEE , WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 12 , 1800.
THE OMAHA BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS. OM'ICIi , NO. 12 PEARL ST , DelKcrcd by Currier In uny part of the City. u. w. HI/CON. - JUNACJEU TELEPHONES ) flrftlncM Offlcc. No. 4.1 Might Editor. No. 23. JIIMtJt 31KXTJO\ . V. Y. 1' . Co. Council Bluff * lumber Co. , coal. Icavo to innrryvai yesterday given Rob- ertJnmcs , of MarsIialUown , Iowa , and Emma I3oyil , of Mlndpn. In thodistrict court yMtcrclny .Tudpo Cnr- eon \vni listening to n two Involving the tltlo totlio blue bam on wcstUro.iihvay , The "Ilaby Haml" promises a novel nnd worthy etitcrtnlnnient at tlio opera house I'rldiiy cvonliifr. for tlio bcnclltof the Woman Christian hospital. Deputy ShcrlfT .Too rip.iuldltiK hw received tbo sad news of the death of lili mother , xvlilch occurred In Peru , lad. , on Sunday. Blio wns aged 87 years. It Is estimated that fully l.ftOO people wont over from Council Hluffs last niKiit to nttond the democratic blowout. From fliKO until H o'clock every car that went over was loaded tolls fullest capacity. The pyrotechnic dlt- jilny niul the cnimonmllnit could be plainly seen mid ticurd from this Hide- . A complaint was lodged In the police court npnlnst Kdsoii Jeffries clmrjjlnf * him with the cITcnso of letting stock run nt large. A war- rnntvns Issued nnd hovni placed under nrrcst , hut when the case was called by Judge McCtco for Investigation Jlr. Jeffries vrm nhlo to ( five a satisfactory oxplnniitlou nnd show that the stock had escaped from control without his knowledge , nnd ho wns discharged. The city treasurer Is busy disposing of n llttlo wild of f7. > ,000 received a few duys ate from the county trcosuicr , colloctionn of the last half of the year's ' taxes. All of the October collections have not been turned over , nnd when they arc the amount of funds placed In the handt of Treasurer IClnnchnn will bcMWKiltnenU'd to the cxtont of about * : ii,0 ) , < )0. ) 'L'hh to an interesting llttlo pointer lor pcoplovlid hnvo claims against the city , A cloud of steam issuing from the caves nnd upiicr windows of the county court house- yesterday afternoon was observed by some person of an oxcltablo nature and the im pression wns created In tils mind that the jnasnlllcont buirdlnp was on fire. Ho rushed into the Kiel house on Main street and KUVO the alarm and a telephone ) message was sent to the central station calling out the depart ment. A very quick response was made but the boys did not deem U advisable to attempt to suppress ttio steam by an application of cold water. The steam was caused by the engineer blowing off thn boiler. Jimmy Mnhcr , who has bcoii confined to his room in St. Itcrnnrd's hospital for the past two months from the wounds Inflicted In his legs by OflU'er Noycs' revolver , was dis charged yesterday. He has entirely recov ered from the effects of His wounds , but is till required to use crutches on account of B surgical operation performed by his phy- elclan n few days BRO. It was an Incision above the bullet wounds to insure the hotter drainngo of the wounds and prevent it break' Inp out npaln. 111Bellinger says that he will boas good anniu physically as ho ever \vns within ten days. Ills brother , John Maher , who was shot In the breast at the Eamo time nnd by the sntno ofllccr , has en tirely recovered from the effects of the Wound , nnd experiences no difficulty what- dver from It. Noyos is no longer on the police force , but h still In the city , but there is n probability that there will bo no further prosecutions 011 either sldo. Buy your coal nnd wood of C. B. Fuel Co. , WJ Broadway. Telephone 13U. An elegant line nf Molten overcoats at re duce d ratcsat Model Clothing Co. Frank S. Pusoy , of Denver , is vlsltinR his relatives and friends hero. Miss Carrie Goodenouph , of Wall Lake , Is visiting Mr. ana Mrs. Sherwood and othei friends in this city. Mrs. Sherwood has returned from "Wai Lake , where she lias been visiting hei daughter nnd friends. T. C. Smith of Chicago , general wester : agent of .T. 1 . Itoth & Co. , Is in the city thi guest of Officer Kempt ut ( H)7 ) Willow avenue Attorney S. D. Snydcr lias gene to Spring field , Illinois , to attend the meeting of th < grand lodge of Modern Woodmen. J. 0. Tlpton , real estate , 5"J7 Broadw y. Scott Houso. 35 ct. meals , 23e. Scott Houso. Ucatft.OO nor day house It the city. _ Dr. Soybcrt. Ues. Ogden houso. Tel. HO AVIth nRulz'ir. ' Yesterday evening George Budmer , i nepro , pot Into an idtcrcatlon with anothe : darkey near Mrs. Pralor's place on Lowe Broadway , nnd slashed his antagonist in I fearful manner with a razor. If cnino ver ; nearly being another murder. The rozo uiado u gash in the negro's necl Bovcral Inches long , nnd narrowl ; escaped scverlnc the jugular vein , Im mediately after the cutting Budmerescnpc < to Omnhn. The wife of the wounded mat cam > ) up town nnd procured a warrant for tin arrest of the cutter , but only swore to an In formation cluirgliitr him with disturbing tin peiico , nnd It was only when Deputy Marsha Fowler went to the place to make the urrcs that the true nature of the assault \vas known A phvuiclan was thcro sowing up the cut. I was long enough to require several stitches bucknor will uo arrrotcd today If he can b < found by the Council Bluffs and Omaha po llco. For stout men's clothing call at Mode Clothing Co. , L. H. Mossier , Algr. A fresh Invoice of tine cheviot suits fo young men , Just received at Model Cloth Ing Co. _ _ Worls ol * the Grand Jury. The grand Jury has boon in session ih'i flays nnd has concluded Its labors. It r < ported but two Indictments , onobeingagalns the colored man , Stone , charged with llloga voting. The other was against Hawley fo burglarizing Bade Hot's store. The csso against Talk us , for assault will Intent to do great bodily harm was dlsmisseo This was the case in which Tallcus was ai rested for stealing corn from Marks' farn and resisted with gun. Thcro seemed t bo no proof that the gun was loaded , an hcnca it was held that there could bo no ii tent la hU mind to do bodily harm by shoo ! Ing , when ho had nothing to shoot with. Th charge of stealing corn will coino up in th district court , as on this ho was lined in th lustk'u court , nnd took an appeal. The grand Jury niado ill accustomed vis to the city nnd county Jails. It reported thn the former was In fair condition , and sonu what Improved sluco Ite last Inspection. Th county Jail was repotted as being in good coi dltlon. Gents' underwear In great variety at into to suit all at Model Clothing Co. , L. Mosslci- , Mgr , J.O. Blxr y , stoma Uoatlnj ? , sanitary et Blntcr. 013 Ufo bulldln ? , Oiiuua ; MJ Moi riam block , Council muffs. Ilnby llruss Rand. ThoChllda family , or the "Baby Bra Bond , " will appear at the opera house Frldi evening , tho. proceeds to go to the Women Christian hospital. The youthful pcrformo ' range in ago from four years to cloven. ' their two engagements In Lincoln 3bOO peon worn in attendance. The press ovcrywho Bpcaks In the highest prulso ami thecntertai lucut , especially for so wprthy an object , w oauso the house to bo crowded. Thoao deal lug reserved scats should secure them earl v For boys and children's suits dur.ibl made ana ut lowest prices , call at tlio Mod Clothing Co. The Manhattan sporting headquarters , 4 Broadway. IHtll. Now U the thno to order your lodgers , ton noli , eta , ut More-house 4 Co. , Couccil JJIufl THE MS IN THE BLUFFS , Tie Official Count of Pottawattamio Oonntj Ballot * Completed Yesterday. BADLY BOTCHED SECOND V/ARD / RETURNS , The School llonnl Itcnily to Select the New Sttperlnlciiiloiit-Worlc of tlui Grand .Jury Otlclful- Temple. The county board ycstord.iy rtsumcd niul concluded the ofllclal count. The chief cause of tlio delay was tlio imiddlo Jin the Second ward return * . Thcro wat no * Indication ol fraud , but thcro was an apparently luexcusa bio blundering , which inado It dinieult foi tbo board to get nttto right count. For in' Blanco , ono candidate on the labor ticket who got only three votes , WIM by a clerical crroi In the ccrtlllwto credited with 033. Tbo tall ) sheets nnd ballots she wed tbomlsUiko quickly Some of the other errors were not so easily made right. The board corrected these am then the count proceeded moroHinoothly. The following nro tlio total votoi and majorities in 1'ottiuvuttnmlo county. fUCUKTAHVOK STATK. Mvl'nrlan , r ClKitnbcrliiiii.il Majority AUDITOR Of T.yons. r \Vultors , d Majority . l.Sl Ucc on , r . . . n.SX \Milto , (1 . . . . 7 . r.M Majority . J,5i : liolhrock , r 'M < * Uulfo , U 5,011 Majority ' . 1,80. . ATJC < JIISUV flBNKIIAti , Plono. r a.ffi BlaoUey.tl 5.001 Majority MS CLBitKsuriiEUK CUUUT. 1'rny. r. . ' . .r. . 3,30 ! Haukuy , ( I B.W Majority. 1,211 HCroilTKIt SUl'llEJIB COURT. Ilnyinond , r 3 , ft Ivory. U 5/B Majority 1,2 ! HUI.WAV COMM1S3ION1.U. Luke , r aTO JJcy , d 0OT Majority. 1,3' . ' DISTIltCT JUIXIES. Tliorncll , r 4,01 Ware , il -Ml Majority , 0- llrcincr , r 4,1.1 Oulllson , il 6,00 Majority Fmltli , r 4,24 Funk , il 4t Majority CO Ttrcd.r .T.B llowinan , < l i 5,0 ! ' K , II. Item-man , 1ml ! iO Majority IMJ COU.NTV IIECOIIIJKR , llaidsloy. r n,7f Thonuis , U. , , 5 , ' . ' $ i Majority , ! J COUNTY ATTOIINEY. llcnrjr.r 3 ,0. ! Urgan.d , . v > . . , " < V ] Majority , SUPERVISOR. llutler.r 4.0 ! llot/el , d 4,01 Majority. BE COUNTV CMH1C. Jonlisr. Hn : UjiinplioH.d M ! Majority. 1,2 On the proposal to hold a constitutloni convention for tlio purposes of revision , tbei wore tio'i ayes , and 4,474 nays. Tbo township returns nre as follows : THUSTEE. A. O.Uardlne. r 1.S Jinx Malm , vl 2 Majority. ' . . . . . 51 cr.v.iiK. HuihCnssr 1,41 J. J. . I.UU , d 2,11 Majority 01 JUSTICES OP TUB I-KACI5. lliirnott , r 1,5' Hummer , d 2,1' ' * Majority B1 Spora , r 1.41 ration , u 1ft' Majority Ii I'oturson , r . " ? 1,01 Cones , d . ' ] fl- Majoilty ' COK9TAnr.CS. Covalt , r 1,4 Austin , d Sw , Majority "ft jiiptxjii , r ] , : r 1'orman , d 2,3 Majority K N'ofT , r iii Kvans , d 1,01 , Majority , & John FOK. ludepondont candidate for coi stable , received 18'3 votes. William Duncan was elected assessor f < ICano township outside of the city , unaii mously , thcro ' being 10 votes.V. . K , Myo : was chosen supervisor , also uuanlmousl ; by a Hko voto. . SALIC ! SAL.K1 The Boston Store. COUNCIL BLUFFS. Oi | is a great clearing sale to raako reefer for holiday Roods. Commences tomorrow Monday morning nnd continues for this wci only , Don't fail to attend. Some of tl greatest bargains In dry goods , furs , cloal and shawls will L'fl offered , the llko ncv seen before. Sale for tills week only. Boston Store , Council Bluffs , FOTHEHINGHAM.VHITELAW & C ( Are you Interested in first class hcatorst vou ai-c , then buy the famous 1'eninsul heaters. They are hlshly recommended 1 these who use them ; they are the finest tl Ishcd and the | irlcoa are lower than all linlt lions. Our stoclc of cook stoves from $7,50 WO.OO gives you the greatest variety to sole from. Our line of furniture , carpets , ban Ing lamps , window shades , parlor suit IOUIIROS in largo variety , Como and sco i wo will treat you right.AUxnr.1. AUxnr.1. & Ki.nix , _ U'W Broadway , Who Will ItoSuperintendent ? The board of education will probably he a special meeting on Friday or Saturd nights for the pijrposo of making a selcctl of a proper person to servo nssupjrlntcndc of the city schools vice Dr. MoNaught < The members of tlio board will have am ] material to select from In point of number applicants at least. Between Jifty and sb gentlemen have uppllod for the position , a have been making the mall carriers tired the extra work of delivering the recommi datlous and endorsements they have Hi Into the board by every mall train , The i pllcants represent almost every state In 1 union , ami Judging from their ondorsemei they are all very prominent and success educators. The news that there vacancy iu the onico of 1 superintendent nnd that Council Blu pays u higher salary than is generally offei for such services has spread far and wl nnd them are hundreds of eager 'hai stretched to catch the blu ribo plum. Beef of tup applicants living nearby nave been thaclty making a personal canvassumone 1 members of the board. Among them is t'r C.I ) . Itakostraw , of INebruska City , tholi domocrullo candidate for superintendent public Instruction In Nebraska. Hovaa the city ycitcrdny showing memborj of the board seine very stroni ; nnd cordlul endorse- nicntt and testimonials to his ability nnd standing ns an educator. Tlio amount of t-n- conragcment ho received wu uol made public , On Thursday or Friday another applicant from ono of the larito citlei In Now York is expected to arrive In the city and hold a con > f ere n co with members of tbo board. Ho ha ? been In correspondence with. Sir. Wells foi Homo tlmo and has created such n favowbk impression that It h understood ho hn ; received na Invitation to como out and get better ncqualntod. IIo Is said to IK nn able educator and fully meets ono of tin requirement ! somoof the meinboM of tin iKtard have dotcrminod to Insist upon , aiu that is that ( ho new superintendent shall boc jnan who lives so far away thnt ho could nol poislblv unvo heard enough of the school boari wrangle to Influence him In the least. Whoth cr or not this policy Is a. good ono may not b < worth liKiuIrlnu Into , but it h evident tha the board will not ba able toUccpthoncwmat long In Ignonmco of the unpleasant stat-o o altnirittmtonco existed hero unless they an able to bestow upon the world the more thai Proinotholan blessing of stopping people' ; tongues from spreading idle gossip. Itlssafi to any , however , that the determination to in ilit upon this rule wlllnotbo stubborn cnoucl .0 prevent the selection of a better man If hi lappcns to llvo In Council Bluffs or some kvhcro else In Iowa or In somoodjomlngRtatc There nvo ono or two strong applicants fo , ho position who are residents of tlds city ind it Is only fair to prmumo that the boart vlll consider their applications nnd the qual llc.itlons they are able to show'ln an un rojudlced manner. Among thorn nro 1'rof allliiRcr and Prof. Prouty , both forme principals of thohi h school , and both nbl ; o3bo\v th.it they are competent to under ako the discharge of tlio duties that dovolv ipon the suMjrintendent. | 1'rof. Ilalllnger' 'ilcndj urge that ono of his strong points i .ho character of the business ho hai been on ; igcd In slnco ho bus been out of the hlg chool. For the past thieo years ho has hoc meeting the most" prominent educators in th 'and in a business -\viiy nnd having splondl pportunltles of becoming familiar with th nest approved modern methods of instru < Ion. It is urged that this will make him itrong candidate. MAKING TUB PUU FfjY. Ictiry Klfloiiinu .t-Co. . Council 111 n fry lave made the biggest fur and cloak don ivcr consummutcd in the weat , and they , u .holrstoro . in Council Bluffs , will deal then mt to the consumers of the northwest atsud rlccs that will glvo them the trade of th money-saving public. Furs nro In favor thl season. Capes and muffs are immense. Her are our best scllcw : Black and colored hare capes $3.2. ) , $1.23 [ 5.00 and . * li.l)0. Black Coney capes from $1.23 to 3(5.00. ( Silver liaro capes , roll colla , point fronts peclal bargain at $ , > ,00 for capo and muff. Astragan fur c ipes and inults at all prices Wool seal capes from $12.00 upwards. . Kcal monkey capes very cheap. Natural oposuin capes. Nutria and beaver capes and muff * . Black nstragnn cloth capos. Silk plush imitation 'find real. Seal muffs collars and boas. Every kind of fur known In setts , slngl plocoi or by the yard will bo ottered durin this week's sale at about one-half what otho houses ask for thorn. ' Uhlldrcns' fur sets whlto Coney , gra , 'oncy ' , whlto Coney with black snots. ' sno\ hare , whlto tlbbits , nstragaa cloth , whit antrora. Imitation lynx , nutria , beaver an seal the greatest variety of childrcns' fur ever shown , at surprisingly low prices. Fur trlimnlnp'j by the yard. Sw.m's aowi n all widths. ( Jet our prices' before pui chublng. chublng.CLOAKS CLOAKS PLUSH CLOAKS. I1EAT ) WHAT WK IO. "We sell you a plush cloak for $13.09 tha are sold by other houses for SJO.OO. Our $10.5' . ) are sold elsewhere for & 5.0C our < i'J.OO cloaits would bo called cheap b. other dealers for $1)5.00 ) , and our better grade In proportlbn. Wo ( tivean elegant muff wit every plush cloak we sell during this wceli salo. CLOTH JACKETS AND NEWMARKET at from 81,50 up to the finest made. Thov sands to select from. Hlcht hero lot us sa that our variety U so complete that wo nr sure to suit everybody no matter how chco or how line a garment they wish. \\'o have cloaks for tha rich , wo hnv cloaks for the medium class and poore pcoplo. Como to us for a cloak for a dollu up to live hundred dollars and wo can su : you. MISSES AND CHILDREN'S CLOAK and Jackets from tl each up to the line mado. A great variety to select from. i\e novelties Just received. Mothers who we not able heretofore to got suited In misses i children's ' garments nro especially invited call and see our now line Just received. V will surprise you la our elegant assortmci nnd the low prices. Remember wo pivo nicodoll free during this week's sale wil every child's cloak between the ages of 2 ar 12 years. Also pluaso notlco that Hem Eiscman & Co. is the only house in th western country that has these bargain Call and sco us. HENHT EISEM AS & Co. , Council Bluffs , In. Mail orders promptly filled. Alotor faro refunded by Henry Eiscman Co. , Council Bluffs , to all Omaha customer tintttn c Itondy to rsullttr. The deed of the Carrlgg property , who tbo old and historic Mint stands , by whli the lot is convoyed to the Oddfellows , will 1 placed on record today. It has taken sou time to complete the abstracts , and the woi was not finished until yesterday. The tit was found to bo clear and straight In ovci respect. The deed was madq out ycstorda It conveys the property to the "Oddfellow hall association of Council Bluffs , la , " The building committee of the order hi not yet selected the architect who will dra the plans for the now building , but they hai decided upon the general style and cUaract of the structure they are going to erect. will bo not less than four and perhaps 11' stories high. The front will bo han some and Imposing. In tlio cent there will bo a recess or arc like' that in the Eisoman bulldln The center door leading from this w : open into the stairway and elevator root and these In the wings will bo the cntranc to the two store rooms that will occupy tl ground floor. The second and third 11 o will bo dovotcd to ofllcos and the fourth lie will bo the Oddfellows' terapio. it will 1 higher than all of the surrounding bulliliiif nnd will thus penult windows ou all sld and secure abundant light. ' It is rumored that the association , is c dcavorin ? to purchase an adjoining lot ai If successful the general character of tl building will not bo changed but simply c largod , Tno work of construction will bo coi mcnccd early in the spring. SAJjEl SAMS ! The Itoston Store. COUNCIU BLUFFS. Opens n great clearing sale to nialco roc 'for holiday goods , Commences tomorrn Monday morning and continues for this \vo only. Don't fall to intend. Some of t greatest bargains in dry goods , furs , cloa and shawls will bo offered , the llko uov seen before. Sale for this week only. Boston Store. Council Uluffs , FOTHEUINGHAM , WHITJ3LAW & C Cable ami Kloutrlo Hallways. On August 1 , 1873 , early In tlio mor iruj , the llrst trial trip of the enlilo ra wuy system wns made in San Frimclsc says the Elcctrllc Power. The invent was A. S. Hullldlo. Today , after eovo teen ycurs , thej-o nro forty-four cul railways in the United States. In Au list , 1884 , the llrot cloctrlo railway , w started in Cleveland , O. , on the llontl Knight conduit eyHtotn. Today , nft six years , there are 203 electric ralhvti In operation or under construction tlita country. Thc&o JlRiiroa would see to indicate that tlio oloctrio railway h advantages which thn cubles has IK Tlio one great advantage of the cable that it can overcome grniloa which a unsurmountaulo by.othoisystems. . II tills aavnntnga Is mpldly being ov ( como , for the oflleloncy of the olecti motor is being so wonderfully cnhnnc that steeper and steeper grndefl nro beli surmounted. There is no question th oloctrlolty will furiilshtlio motive pow for all Btrcot railways in the very no future. JIB WAS C'ON8isiHXi 'f OT1IU It AST How Colonel Ailfllioii Lived at First Clans Hotels All' Over the Country. The mournful UitolllKonco comes from Ohiwiiro of tlio itoa\h of Colonel Williml Addition , Colonel ' Addtson died ut the Pulmof house in that city , nnd it ID a siul thought that It was necessary for tlio authorities to tuk'Q charge of the funeral mid moot nil oxjkmses , snya the Now ork Tribune. The olllclal funeral fur- ilshed by the clyo ( ( Chicago may bo nld to bo neat riithor than gnuily , the ivci-ngo oxponsc hnvlng boon reduced to 478 ; mul that a innn HKO Colonel Acldl- on should moot ouch mi end is Indued ilttful. At the risk of ropeatlng what is .Ircatly wnll known , wo dcsiro to say a 'ow words about the roinarUahlo career f Colonel Addition. Tlio reader who is o unfortunate as to bo unacquainted with Colonel Addison's work mny nsk io\v Itvti9 that ho should dlo at a first IUBS hotel and still not Uuvo noney bohhul to j > ay funornl oxpcnsca. tt wus this very thing which was the toy-note ol the colonel's whole life ho lover lot t money boh i nil. It is a low stlmiito to say that Colonnl Addition ins left first clnss hotels 5,000 different , lmos. In no case leaving money behind. lie was consistent to the last. Eurly in life. Colonel AtUllson con- colved a great liking for llrdt class ho- ' .ols. Ills mind rose far above boarding louses , furnished rooms , restaurants , mil so forth. Ho decided that nature n tended that lie should live at the best liotols. But , unfortunately , Colonel Ad- dlson was poor. Necessity is the mother of invention , and high living wns n , ne cessity to the colonel. IIo accordingly brought his mind to boar on the subject , nnd tlio result was in two celebrated in ventions , the Addipon collapsible trunk nnd the Addisou balloon hand bag. The collapsible trunk appeared to bo an ex pensive , leather-covered affair of large size. It was really made of sheet-iron , nnd the sides , bottom , top und ends were fustened together on the Inside with hooks. When taken apart nnd packed for traveling It occupied a space sixteen inches long , a foot wide , and an Inch nnd n hidf thick , nnd could bo car' ried under the arm llko an artist's port folio. The balloon handbag wns made of thin rubber , though it had the out ward nnd visible appearance of fine alli gator skin. When traveling it could be carried in the pocket like a handker chief. Having selected a hotel which he considered up to the high standard which ho demanded , Colonel Addlsoc would proceed to sot ui > his trunk in seine retired spot. In it ho would place fourteen bricks. Ho would then blowuii "lie satchel with a straw and start for tbo hotel , sending the trunk by an ox- ressman. iVrriving at the hotel the . oloncl would register in a bold hand and desire to bo shown si good room with n southern ex posure on about the third floor , ami during the next few wceksTho would live on the best the hi use aiTorded. When it became no longer possible to avoid the bill Colonel Addison would put ME handbag in his pocket , having llrst al lowed the air to escape , pack his trunli in the portfolio , find take It under his arm , after which ho would shako hand ; warmly with the proprietor and toll him that ho wns going down to se o his bank er and got the money for his too long unpaid bill , nnd then drift away to another lirst-class hotel. In this waj Colonel \Villard Addison lived in luxury for many years. But after nil , wo mny ask , did Colonel Addison's somewhat dishonest course pay him ? "Wo think not. Bin usually brings its punishment , as virtue is its own reward. For five years before his death Colonel Addison was ufllictei with the gout. High living was , o : course , responsible for this. Ho sufTeret ! greatly. Though wo may never boablt to llvo in so luxurious u style as die Colonel Addisonfow of us who lead coin paratlvely honest lives will , on the other hand , over bo troubled with the gout. Honesty is the best policy. Fet two' years before his death the colonel did little but sit in his room with his bandngod foot on his collapsible trunk nnd drink the choice liquors brough him from the bar and charged in hit bill. Ho wns a great sufferer to the las' ' nnd no ono could honestly envy him. Hii funeral wns attended by the city under taker and a policeman only , and the po lleoman did not go over half way , boinj called on to arrest a man for violating the smoke ordinance. The only railroad train out of Omnhf run expressly for the nccommodation o Omaha , Council Bluffs , Dos Molnos am Chicago business Is the Rook Island ves tibulod limited , leaving Omaha at 4:11 : p. in. duily. Ticket ottlco , 1002 Sixtoontl und Furnnm ate. . Omaha. .V.I L I'AHAORA PUS. F. Brown of Salt Lnko is at the Casoy. C. Boetlcber of Douvcrls at the Paxton. John H. Durbin ofChoycnuo is at th Millnrd. J. A. Martin of Rock Springs is at thi Barker. \V. G. McPhcrson of Chicago is nt th Murray , A. W. Blnlno of Boston was at the Murra ; lostnlgbt. M , H. Powell of Chicago wai at the Barke last night. IJ. B. Hinds of 'Amos , In. , is In the city , a too Casey , Lovl U randy of Detroit Is in the city , o the Casoy. A. S. Brookman of Denver is registered o the Paxton. J. W. Somors of Washington , D. C. , is a the Paxton. S. M. Welton of Holyoke , Colo. , Is at th Merchants. C. A. Pcabody and wife of Deaver are t the Barker. f' R. M. Harris and wife of San Francisco ar at th3 Millard. P. B. Waters of fat. Louis was at the Mil lard last night , M. II. Coutaat of Cincinnati Is stopping a tbo Merchants. ' ' Frank Dean of Siqux City was at the Mci chants last night , J. N. Hamllton'of ' Dakota City was at th Casey last night. Chas. I ) . Kennedy ! of Seattle was at th Paxtou last night. George fabyari'o'f' Spokane Fulls Is in th city , at the Murray , S. B. Bushileld , T * . S. Peatco and M. O. Ii Cox of Denver arq'nt ' ; the Murray. C. 13. Bllvcn , ganornl manager of the Amci lean insurance company , is at the MllUrd. P. H. Jobnsou , ' for some time occupyln thonlncaof p.isse'iifrer director for tlio U. , M. nt the union depot , has been asked to re port to Supcrlntcnilpnt Calvert at Llncoli presumably for i promotion. The place h leaves will bolHUiby ( ; Joe Mix , who held th position before thu'bld depot was torn dowi "sobrnsku People Abroad. Toi'EKA , Kan. , Nov. 11. H. J. Cosgrovo c Lincoln and J , M. AulllTo of McCook are a tbo Chesterfield. CHICAGO , Nov. 11 , Mr. and Mra. Lytna nietumlson of Oinabn are at tbo Audltorlun J. A. Johnson of Omaha is at the Grand I'l cilio. cilio.POUT SCOTT , Kan. , Nov. 11. Eugcno I "Ware , pool , lawyer and politician , will n niovo with Ills fumlly to Omalin. Do not take any chaneo of buing poisoned c burned to death with liquid stovonolUl paints or unnmoH in bottles. The "Ulsln Sun Steve Polish1' Is safe , odorless , brllllan the cheapest mul bo t steve polish made an the consumer pays for no oxponslvo tine gloss package with every purchase. ( Quebec's Jloavy Diirdcn. The llmuicos of the province of Quobo are in what might be termed u doyle : able condition , pays nn Ottawa special to tlio Chicago Times. The legislature of that province has just assembled , and , with a population of less than 2,000,000 tlio province Is shown to possess a debt of something llko $110,000,000. The pre mier of the province Is now looking around to see whore ho can float a loan of $3,000,000 to meet pressing liabilities , but , In view of the fact that It is cur rently stated that the dominion Govern ment will have to come to the rescue of Quebec , Mr , Mcr lor Is not HUoly to find many eager speculators waiting to In vest in the debentures ho may linvo to oiler , Between church nnd state the pcoplo of Qnobeo boar a heavier burden of taxation than these of any other pro vince in thi ) dominion , and it Is not sur prising that within the past few years thousands of them have emigrated to the United Stains. by nip of Kiss Produced from the laxative nnd nutritious Julco of California lips , combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to bo most benollclal to the human systoni , acts gently on the kidneys , liver and bowoU , ofTectunlly cleansing the system , dispelling colds and headaches , and curlnjfhabltunl constipation. THE UI2WA11U Ot ? HONKS I Y. A Xow York Hotel Porter tlic JVIu- tlm of n Mlscr'n ingratitude. Tony Cnuco , a night porter nt Smith & AlcUcll's hotel on Washington street , found enough riches today to put tbo honesty of any poor man to a severe teat , says a Now York dispatch to the Snn Francisco Examiner , In the pocket of a vest ho found hanging In ono of the hotel bath rooms wns a wallet contain ing securities and inonoy aggregating the sum of $ lp,700. There wcro fcovcnteon $ lOoO certifi cates of deposit in tlio Chemical Na tional bank , two crisp S500 greenbacks and numerous other bills of various de nominations , ranging from $100 down to S10. Cnuco handed the whole sum over to its owner , Charles Barton Phillips , a guest at the hotel. Instead of being rewarded for Ills hon esty , ho was confronted with the charge of having stolen $150 from the amount. Phillips oven wont to the length of In voking tlio aid of a dotcctlvo to have Cnuco arrested for thott. The detec tive , however , when ho hoard the true facts of the matter , refused to take action. The charge was doubtless made by Phillips to avoid uaying any reward for the recovery of his property. Phillips is an old , miserly man , generally reputed to bo wealthy. Samuel Oatnble , manager of the Contl ncntul clothing house , lias pone to Chicago. Tlio Hallway Surgeon. The services demanded by rnilwaj companies of their surgeons nre nips ! exacting. Railway injuries require inv mediate attention , whatever the needs of tlio surgeon's private pxtlonts maybe , writes a correspondent. The injured employe is never backward In exacting services that cost him nothing. Umlci the impression thnt the company foots the hill they are determined to have all in tlio way ol attention possible. The responsibilities assumed by the surgeon are of the gravest nature. If the in jurcd fails in making a case against the company his next stop is to commence action against the surgeon , if ho car find somo.shy&tor of an attorney whocar see his fees iu the suit , and tlio cost o ] these Bulls must bo borne by the bur geon , not the company. The order o : skill required of the railway surgeon if of the highest. Of whom is demanded greater Knowledge , experience and In gonulty than of the surgeon called to at tend the injured In n serious rnilwaj accident ? Quick judgment , ready knowl edge , a skillful , trained hand nnd ey < nro all requisite to ono called upon t ( moot , an emergency where injuries o every natu'ro nnd extent are to bo mo1 with nnd their necessities relieved. Pears' is the purest and utstsoap over rnadi Seventeenth-Century Books. Among titles of books in Cromwell' , time wo find "High-Heeled Shoes foi Dwarfs in Holiness" and "Crumbs o Comfort for the Chickens ol the Coven ant. " An Imprisoned Quaker puhlishec "A Sigh for the Sinners of Zlon Breathed Out of a Hole in the Wall o an Earthcrn Vessel , Known Among Mci by the Name of Samuel Fish. " Abou the sumo time was also published "Tin Spiritual Mustard Pot , to Make the Sou Sneo/.o with Devotion ; " "Salvation' Vantage Ground of a Louping Stand fo Heavenly Believers , " and "A She Aimed at the Devil's ' Headquarter Through the Tube of the Cannon of tin Covenant. " 1602. Sixteenth and Farnam streets i the now Rock Island ticket olllco. Tickets ots to all points east at lowest rates. THE nTEAtiTV MAltKGT. pluood ou rooord Novem INSTRUMENTS bur 11. J M Swetnnm and wife to A O White , 20 nercslno yt ftoil-14-1,1 , w d t 4OC J L Miles toU BOluup , lotas , hlk 8. Or- clmrd Hill , w d 60 Nebraska Savings anil Kxohnngo banlc to Klolso Ltiwton , lot 2 , bile 18. Central Park , wd 35 II A Truiunn to D II Howimu ) , lota 4 and ! > . blk 14 , lllclilixiul I'mcc.q o d ] 8 llluinllii nnd wire to Euguno Mueller , lot 11 , blkl. CottaRO Park , w 0 1.0 ( G U Orundnll and wife to James Jensen. Iot7blkl5 , Ullftonlllll , wd. . , : T ( W J Council and wlfo to John McCor- inlolcotul , oJof oTd aoros sw 7-15-13. no d OM Goodman and Inislmml to Hannah Goodman , part lot H. ulk 351 , South Omaha , wd E ( H Kountzoot al to East Omaha land company , land In sections S , 3 , 10 und ii.tui.via , wd George LCRKO to O U Iluck. part loti 21 uml ? ' , blk 0. Summit add , \v d 1,0 : Ti K La t so n to Mary t'ox , lots I to 4 and HO , blk B. Lukovlow add , w d 0C ( L A LOIIK to I ) K Wllklns , lot a , blk 13 , Orchard 1(111. wd 01 W II MoNernoy to K S Hood , lot 10 , bile 33 , AlbrlKlit'H Choice , \Y d & J Ij Miles to W U Drummoml , lot 30 , blu 17 , Orchard Hill South Uinaha land company to lloiisman , lot 4 , blk id. South ' wd G James Voro nnd wlfo to Mbhlo . 't'.D , lot IU , blk U , South Omaha Park.v d. . . 4 Omaha real ostuto nnd trust romimny too A MiiKiioy , loto , blk ' < , Saiindurs & llliiioliaugli's add to Walnut 11111 , w d ' Total amount of transfers . . .t 17,4 There U nothing llko Dr. Thomas' Elcctr oil to quickly euro a cold or relieve hears ness. Written by Mrs. M. J , Fellows , Bu Oak , St. Joseph county , Mich , Mrtrringn Tha following marrlago licenses were 1 ; sued by Judge Shields yoUorday : Name and address. Aq I B It. llowo. Omuhr I Martha L. Vankur.ui , Omaha i Rinaniiol Johnson , Oiiiai.ii 1 Christina 1'nulson , Ornalm I John U , Moore , South Omuhn , ( Kinnia A. Uussanl , Uoutli Omaha i Joseph 1'ort , Onuiliu , I l.Uzlu HolonbcU , Omnlm , i John H. Gorhard. Omnhii. . . 1 Maria ! ' . bhroodor , UcdOak , la JIIIIIPH Ilnssonlloiir , Omnlm , . . , Olnrii J. Llndor , Omaha , Van Houten's Cocoa-Delicious , made stautly. Diilldlni ; J'ormici. The following permits wcro issued by tl superintendent of buildings yesterday : J. M.Comisman , ono story frame cot- tape , KlKliU'onth uml llunlntto htroois tl , ! NortlnvuNtoriL hliot mul loud company , tlirco Btory hrleU shot factory , t-cvc-n- tcentli and Mai oii streets. , . ' , 10.C Tlirco minor uormlti " Total . . . . . , _ tUvJ Mining In Asia Minor. The British consul general at Smyrna report * that the wliolo country abounds In iron , copper , lead , silver , oinory , chrome , silver , antimony , manganese nnd other minerals , hut that the dllllcul- tles thrown in the way of mining opera tions hy the authorities are BO great that It Is only in very few exceptional cases that they are not prohibitive. In Samoa antimony and silver lend nro being worked on a small scale. A few years ago mines of antimony , copper ami load wore discovered in the north of the Island of J3cio. Coal Beams wore also found somewhere toward tlio center , but the pursuit of Btieli undertakings had to ho abandoned from want of capital. In Tchosmo coal and other minerals exist , hut they are not worked. The . the local temperature reportoil by A n\j * .VJIIIKWIIIIULI us ft v 'ui t ni i signal service ofllco today wns ins follows ! At "n. in , , ! id ° : nt 10 n. in. , a3 = , and at 1 p. in , 4S9. TRIPLING TOIL II liAUl , * Most pcoplo consider nllinonls llko Hoi rso nesi , Counh , Sere Throat , etc. . not woith Iholr whlloto look nftor. nnd llu-y otiKht to pass away without any further notion being tnki > it ot them. This neglect Is vorV often thociu-e : nf severe nnd protrautod sloKntss , which tin- dcrmlncs the constitution of thu patient and his general happlncr.s. Use Sodun Mlnoiul Pastilles ( Troches ) In tlmo. They will olToat- ually crndlcnto all the nbovo diseases , Dr. Morcnu II. Hrown wrltei ( Southern Medluat World. Juno , ISflJi : "I have used ( ho Hodun Mineral Vast tiles In the OhlciiRO rollultnlo , nnd flud the results very sutlsfaetory In I'hnryiiRltls us wo 11 us In chronloCatarrhal conditions of the upper nlr passnsos. " The Sod en Mineral 1'astlllo.s never fall tocuiodl.s. cases of the Throat , O'limt ' and l-ungs. Obtain thuKcniilno nrtlolo only , which must have thu signature nnd reaoiuiiiondutloii of Sir Morrol MnvUcuzlowlth each box. NEBRASKA National Bank U. 8. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB. Capital. - - - - $4OOOOO Surplus Jan. 1st , 1890 - B7.BOO OBlceri nnd Dlrcctorc-Hcnry W. Tntoi , Vreildont ) KwliS. lluet , Tlce-Proilclcnt ; JuraeiV. . Saragr , w , V. Morie. John 8. Colllni , H. C. CuiUlnj , J. N. B Vatrlok , W. II. 8. Uuiiliei , oaibler. 'THE IRON BANK. Corner 12th nnd Farnnm Sti. A Onncral DanUInc Uusluess TrnnsnntH. MT I'.l l'N TO JXI KNTK1A Troplo who hnvo lnv " .tliatt'd the he.it IIIK problem thu most nro tlioso who como thu nouri-st i solving It. This Is the line ot Invon- tlon nnd discovery. Appliances forsenurat- ItiK und distributing beat today coiisuino loss than half tlm fuel usud by the old oUmvnKunt mothods. Alanufactiirois of cliiiiactcr , llko the milkers of the ART OAKLAND stove's , \vliohuvo vast sums Invested Iu tiu tr man ufactory , put notliliiK upon tliomniunt until the prlnclplo 'nvolvod ' liusroaeho'l the highest stimoot dovcloponu'iit. Thciithryuiiiiriiuteo thu ( roods to ba jiiit what Is claimed for tliQui. T1IK Ib90 ART UAKIjANM ) 1IKATRUS ronllzo tlio highest perfection In the steve milker's ait , unit Kenoralo and distribute thu Kieati'st amount ot liect : for thu fuel eon- btinii'd otunv slovu In the \Miild. Tlila Is ohtnlned hy tlio now Hy.stum of hot air ducts nnd lovolvln , ' Ihoput thnt piovents thn arviimulatlonof uslios liutwvvn Ihe Ihu and tholit'iitliiK surfuce . Oomo and hue one of tlii'iii In opeiutlon nt my liarilunro store , Ml llroadwixy. Invehtlgntlon will convlnen you that It Is the best as u ell as the haiidboiii' CSt StO Vl > OVIT IlllKll ) . The NEW aitANl ) OIL IIKATRKS uro ji'st the thine for ho.itlii'4 bed uhamhors und looms hcldom used ; eloaii , quick und or- nainuiital. I' . O. DcS'UIj. COI nroadnuy , Council llluTH. ! OFFICER & PUSEY , BANKERS. / Corner Main atvl Ilroidwny , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Pcalora In foreign anl doinostlo oxclian t Collections made and Interest puld ou time deposits. N rlllir ? iTustlco of the Peace. Ofllco over . .OUlllI/ , American Express , No. 4J1 llioadwny , Council HI nils , Iowa. Sims federal courts , liooms : i , 4 and 3 Slmgart lieno block , Council IlluIVs , low a. ATTEND Strictly to biislnM V Is n nplondM mottn. Th3 h'sh- ' cat iiccos9 In evurr line of human onowy l < ro.iciiol byblm whu hotels to sotno a'topto 1 Bpo lult/ , WESTERN I'o | ) lo nro prosrojslve. full of enorK'T , nn'l niomr mnkliik' nclicuiei. They ncaU nimel.il training far business. IOWA Lends In popular education. Her p'lbllo fc'iooli Brudolngernnit work fur her ncrernlnj inlllloni. Western luwii. COLLEGE , Cornmcnroi fnll term Bapt. l t , Shu oloV.i tha rcnllf practlcnl for her Sin lent ) . .Vu.'nul. llnil- neuSliorthunilantl I'oatiu niili i-o-.ir(0t. wall nr , KanltuJ unit rarofullf conunctel. Btudonti imr enlor ntiiny \Vrltoforfnrtnor partluaU M \V. i ) . I'uubon. Council Bluffs , Iowa. " \Vlnit shiill T do on ClirUtmn * diiy. If HIT tray ROIWO should run nwiiyr' Wo don't ( Mitpct.onr crny KOO O tortiu nwny. 4 but wo slmll nllow the following loxutnmty on Clirlsttmisihiy : 1 liiu-rcl Rrumiliitfd Rugae. Mlln Moon and Java collet * . aw Ibs It. T. DavIV N > . 10 Hoar. 10 bushel * of potatoes. f > Ibs. lioit ten. Tlio uliovo Koodt will KCt nwar. nnd If you OHM Capture any of them you nro wolcmim to tlirni , If you want to Know further pardon- livri ask nny of our milusinen , nr.d nt the samu time sue yourself 31 per cent , \Yo buy for cash t\ml soil for cash , nnd ur nhli > to save oiiruiHtotncrs : u per cent. nr.ui : is WHAT you CAN DO KOH OASIII ISlli . gr.imilnto'l sugar fur tl CO Id ll > i. extra Cflituar , , 1 ( X ) 17 HH. O siiRiir. . . . , 100 'J Imrs of good laundry soup f > o Iiarau bolt lo bin lux , , r > o Oallfnrnla hinus per pouiul ( M llonck'Mlmins per ptiiind , llu < 'i < ' : nii I'liuosu pur pound , l.V ) I'olntooHpcr buslivl 1 CO Cooii iirooin , ir o lolly per pouiul IV ) Navy bi'iini i > pnund fu ( ruckors jior pound Cd Thtro lonvoHiitlircuil for , lOo Muilurd Hiiidlncs , per ciin I Co Oil Sardines , purcun 7o Potted ham , per can ro Ouvlhul limn , per van , ! f > o Tuoobottln loinim extract . , Ro Two ox. bottle vatillii oxtraot 5u Vlnojritr.por mil'on . . . . I.Vi ( 'oal oil. poi-Riillon i 10i ) 1'lvo L'allons k'asollno Wa Wo tuo Ilcndqunrtera on Kloitr. 11. T. n.ivlK * No. lo. porsiiuk 11 CO II.T. Daxls" , Illnoli. porsack 1 : a Hold medal , par Hack . . \ 1 f < 0 Hiiiro. Norton , V ( Jo's Ituffiilo 1'lour 1 40 A , Kattler , try It , per saok 1 W All good * warranted nt loprcsontod and M own-coin thn pound.Ynluliyoiir poods ami don't tin deceived bv your hlKn priced Broccr' 111:111. : Any itroeor wishing to Roll out , onll on ED. N. BROWN'S , C. O. D. i Fourth Street and Ilroadway. Council Bluffs , fowa. CITIZENS STATE BANK Or Council Bluffs. PAID 1JP CAPITAL $150,009 SURPLUS AND PROFITS 50,000 LIABILITY TO DEPOSITORS 350,009 DlliKCrnnq-T. A , Mlllnr , K 0. Olcnson , B. K Bliiimul , K. K. Hurt , J. 1) . IMniunilsiiu , ( Jharlci U. llnniinn. Trunict : gpiier.U bankln ? ImsN ness , har cbt onpltul ttud uurplus of un } bunk In.Soutlnvoitorn lowii. INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS , COUNCIL BLUFFS STEAM DYE WORKS All kinds of IVylnK and Cleaning done In tha lIlKhostStyloof tlio Art , Faded and ijtalnnd Fulirk'3 nuulii to look us need as new. Worlc promptly doiio und delivered In all parts of ihoeauntry. Huiid for nrleo list. O. A , MAUIIAN , Prop. , 10U Uroadway. Near Northwestern Oou.vciti IH.UFFrt. IA. SPECIAL NOT1C.ES. COUNCIL. BLUFFS. _ T71OK SALi : Lease nnd furnltiiro of Foott . L llniisc , Oonnull IlllllTs. 5 rooms. Cheap , \ Address J. 8. Jordan , Cmiiu'llllliiflq. " \\7 ANTED Nent K'rl ' for ( jciici-.il hniiso * V ? work. Ccrrnan preferred. Mra. Jauol ) Slum , Illii I'luntersU _ " \T7ANTED A good girl for Ki'nural liouta- wnrk. Mrs. P. M. IryoriO ( ; HIiiITst. \X7 ANTKD-A girl for liousowork. M3 f Q. Ur ISQII , 1101 Sixth avc. _ OU AIE-Two Rood work homos , vfifi tiiUc nay In tilling on o lot. Apply to Leonard KuTott. , s FOH KKNT The MoMuhan thrro-story brick block , No. U3 S. Malnst , wltholovatoc J. W. _ T Acholco ulcco of gurdon land 1 near Council HlulVrt , with Kooil now bulliN Ing. Immediate possession If deslrod. J. W , FOU UKXT Good live-room houses $10.00 | ether houses dllTorent prices ; ono slrml * room ncr stnro near court lioiihu ; houses and lots for sale on monthly payments ; one hoiiss nnd lot i''OO ; deslrablo Imsfnoss lots on h'mm- dcrs streot. North Omahn , for lease or salt cheap. J. It , Davidson , C' ' . " ) 1'Ifth .ivciiuc. FOU SATr.-Complute sot ofTlnnoi tools , and Hinnll Htock ot tinware at u bargain * Inqiilio ut loom : U8 MciTlum block. ( to Htnvo < i nt cost to oloso out. Hcniliiiurtor ' ' for hard maple house moving rollers and jacks , U. I ) . Amy k Co. C OMulnstreut. rp\VO80-ncro fnrnis for snlo near Ihu city ut -L n linrcnhi. W. A. Wood & Co. , 50 Main at. FOR 9A.I.E or Ilont Qardan land , with homes , by J , It. llloo. 10) Main at. , Oouualt Blu IT * . READ THIS. On or after January 1,1 will make a change in business , con- sequqntly my entire stock of Pictures , Hasels , Bamboo Novelties and my holi'day goods in general must be closed out at greatly reduced v prices. A cash discount of 20 per cent will be given on all frames made to order. A new and cheap line of fine screens just received. For $1.50 _ you can buy a Picture Nicely framed , former price $3.00 ; BainbW Easels , 75 cents. W.V. . Chapman , 16 Mam St. , Council Bluffs la , ALL COAL UNDER COVER. DRY AND CLEAN AT ALL TIMES. CARBON GOAL GO. Wholesale and 1-lotall.Dealers In HARD and SOFT COAL \ The nbovo cut shows our now self-dumping retail delivery wagon , by which three tons of coal can bo unloaded in a minute and carried Into the collar or1 coal house if It is 20 feet away. No coal loft in the wo on. None scattered on the ground. Used oxw cluslvely by us. , OFFICE , 1O PEARL ST. Yard , 16th Ave & Fourth St. J. I-I , IS. OLxAKIC , Mannrjar , GOUttOIL * BliUFL B , la. Tolophoncai Ofllce , 800. Yard , 810 , ' /