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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : 'III I'KMfoAY , SEPTEMBER , 10 , 1801 ,
TJ-IJfl OMAJIA HER COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE : - NO. 12 PHAHL STUEBT. loll\ero < l by Ojirrler In any purl of the City. II.V. . TII.TON , - MANAUKK. t-t . , nniMVfu ' . . J Ilii'lnPhS Onlcu.i No. 4.1 I.IKI'IIOM..SJ NRht | Kltr , | , , > a N. V. P. to. Council muff * Lumber Co. , eo.il. Croft's chattel loiini , C04 Hupp Worn. HVOII wnnt wntor In your yard or house po to Dlxby'i , HO. Mcrrlnm block. 'J'lio will of the late J ! ' . HrodbecU Wiw mlmittod to protmto In the district court > cs- tcrdny. The liidio * ol the Mcthoillit Ladles' Kow- liiK society will hiivo cakes on snlo next Sat urday nt Iladolutt's grocory. The Mnlhoill.it l ucllcV Sowing oclt'tv will incut nt the rusldenco of Mrs. Knocks , ? ; )3 ) Mynstcr street , Thursday .iflornoon lit U o'clock. The Indies of the Coiiprnpntlomil church hold their niiTHi.il thunks olfurliiK soclablo nt the raifilPiiL'o of Mr. W. W. Wallace this evening fiomvt : to 10 .11) . A golden rod socml will ho hold thlt even ing ul the residuni-o of Mrs. Flues , on Fourth street , umtr the nusplces of the Indlni of the .St. .lolinN ICtiKliJli Lutheran church. S. Mc.Mullcn died of parnlysis yesterday mornltiK nt 5 o'clock , ti 'cil ! ! l yunrs , nt his hsrno In Crescent township. The funeral will tnko plnco this momlug at 10 o'clock. MurrliiKu licenses were Usucd yesterdnv to NIs Uiiyson nnd Annlo Damrow , both of Pot- tnwiittnmlu rouiity. nnd to William U. Kit./- n'rnlil nnd lola C. Sterling , hoth of Council iillllTH. U'llllnm H. Fll/acrnld nnd Miss Ida C. Sterling , both of this city , wore tiliirrloil last px'enlnif nt the resldotico of Air. U heeler , M > : ICiist Plorco street , Hov. O. W. Crofts of- Helming. A. f ! . Hrown wns brought up In nolico couit yestortlay morning for a heating on tun chatgo of kcoplnir a vicious dog. Juilgu Alcdcu ordered the dog killed and Ilrown Was H'leased. Canls aroout ntinoiltii'lnc the mnrrlngo of Miss Daisy , dntii'htor of Mr rind Mrs. C U Mitchell , to Mr. 13. S. Fisher. The cere mony will ho performed nt the residence of the Orldo'f , parents , HJ.'i Ninth street , Thtirs- dny nftcrnoon , [ September 17 , nt I o'clock. Thomas Honch nnd John O'Xelll were nr- rrsted nt 7 o'clock jesterdav morning in the not of nipping some cignrs from Anton Kink's rtoiory at the c-orncr ol Main street nnd 'Willow avonuo. The case wns tried In po- lii'o court nnd it wns imulo to nppenr thnt Koach did nil the stealing He wns accordIngly - Ingly sent up for seven Uuji , while O'Neill was discharged. ' A petition wns Hied In the district court jcslordav for the foreclosure of a mechanic's lien on the ( Jrand hotel In thosum of $ ! , , ' " > . The S. W. ICdwwrds Mnnufncturlng comp.itiy Is the pliunllfT , nnd Kitnbnll & ( ' .impMnrcus C. Patrick , Vloln Patrick , the Kimbnll-Ciimp Investment compnnv , M. F. Itohror , n signee , iho I'cnn Mutunl ijfo Insurnnca company nnd Oeorgo F. Wright , trustee , nro made do- feiulnnts. The Hen Is for ttio putting of gas and other llxtures in the hotel. No F i c , t i i F i > t Wo have ( lolonninetl to close out our IniHinoss in Council HiulTH. Our time is limited , suiil wo liuvo mat-Iced down prices so low that goods will hull them- t-olvos in u hurry nnd thus clear out our immense establishment. Wo will sell furniture , car pets , cooking and heating stoves , ( 'rockery , glassware , tinware , curtains , all sorts of housekeeping goods , for nearly one-half the usu il prices. Nothing reserved. Everything must go , cost or no cost. The stock is complete. First come , lirst served. Those in debted to us must call and settle promptly , and save cobts , as we can show no partiality. Mandul & Klein , 3iiO JJroadway. Mr. Kingsbiiry of the Deere , Wells Co. yesterday bought one of the prettiest Iota in Mormngsido and will proceed to erect a nice homo on them. Now fall goods , linest line in the city , just received ul Roller's the tailor's , lilt ) u road way. Swatibon music company , 335 Broad way. 7'//f .SOAM / , 1'A It.KJ It. 11'IIS. Elinor Shugnrt 1ms returned to Fnribault , Minn. , to nttonc ! school. Harry Davis started for Lincoln , Nob. , yostculay to take in the fair. Mr , and Mrs. F. G. Pfolffor and family \ > ave returned from an eastern trip. Mrs. J. J. Uolin and daughter , Mrs , R. B. Wostcott , hnvo returned from an oasteni trip. trip.Tho The Misses Eftlo nnd Nettie Louis have loft on a business mut plonsuro trip to the east. east.Miss Miss IClla Luster lias returned from a visit to Lincoln , Neb. , where she attended the state fair. Miss Hose W. Holt , who has boon vlsltine her cousin , D. C. Chapman , for sovnrnl davs , loft yesterday afternoon for her homo in St. Louis. / Will Wnllnco nnd his sister , Miss Jennie , / toft yesterday morning for Crlnnoll , whoio tllov w' ' " "ttcml Iowa college miring the- present yeur. Fred Montgomery and Will Havmoml started for the same plnco Tucadnv night. Cut I'riccH on Suliool Supplies. 1 will hell my school hooks at oven less than the school board prices. I have also greatly reduced prices on all kinds of school suuplics , slates , pens , pencils , tablets etc. Killers , erasers , book-car- ' / riors , blotters , etc. , given with mir- chabori. You can save money by calling on J. IX Crockwoll , 111 Broadway. Uriek st.-cut pavement has been or dered in this addition. Piano1' , organs , O. B. Music Co. , 639 Broadway. Yes , the parka in Mornlngslde are public parks. Sold tlio HoiiilH Some Morn. The school board hold n special meeting last evening for the purpose of limiting ar rangements for the sale of the $10,000 worth of school bonds , the contract for the .snlo of which was let to John Dale of Omaha , nt the last meeting. The members of the hoard cnmo to tin ) conclusion idav or two ngo thnt Diilo was trIng to play some Jockey game with them , ns ho Old not seem nearly so anxious to got hold of the bonds r.s his exceedingly high bid lor them Indicated. Unthur than allow any more delay , the bonid decided to hold another mooting anil let the contract to the Counull IJlulTs Having * bank , which was she next hlphost hlditor. This was done and the board adjourned without further biibincss. The addition of two public parks. IlOinovnl sale. Htu'jraiiis In Rhoos. L- Klnnehan htu > removed from ! i l liroad. way to No. 11 I'oarl street. TnIiovy Ordered. Tlio city council bold Its monthly meeting last evening with AUIenncii Urown , Casper , Wood , Wind , Smith and Groves present. The regular monthly bills were nllowod , after wlilch tbu following levy for tlio comltii ; your was decided upon ( ienemllevy , to mliU. bonu loan fund , 2 ; liitorscctlou paving nud Knitilng , a ; funded doht , 1 ; luteneotlon sewer , 1 ; Runcral Dower , U ; judgment fund , ft ; llbrurr , 1 ; parlt , 1 ; water , 5. Total. .TO nillU. or a , t-iluctloii of U tuilU ovur tbo levy of last /car. No house can bo built lu thin addition < o cost lens than * 1,000. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS , Board of Supervirors Spring a furpr'so on the Court Ball Ki , RESULT OF A GRAB AT MORE PAY. Jtrdiioed a Dollnr a liny and 1'lnio ul' ICmploymeiil Ijlmiluil rrospt'Otlvc Ml > r irlims Utiilui' tliu Unlo. At the mooting of the Hoard of Super visors ycitordny , a rcsolu'lon vvus passed reducing the salary of Iho librarian of tbo court house from ? : i u day to iJ , not Including Sundays. Ilcrctoforo ail the bailiffs Imvo received & ! a day for their services during the tlmo that court Is actually. In session , excepting Iho llbr.irinn , who , In conslu- cMlion for his carefully attending to the t'ount.v library , itcoived a sainry of 1 a day throughout the year. Ttio question whether the bailiffs wcro entitled to piy for the dujs ulien court was not lu session wai tbo sub ject of dispute the lust tinio they were paid off , County Cleric Campbell claiming that they were not , while the builllTs , of course , took the opposlto sido. The matter was ac cordingly brought before the supervisor for settlement , with the ahovo result , The resolution also requested the Judges of the district court , to make an order at the be ginning of each term of court doslijnntlng the number of bailiffs nrccssnry to do tlio work properly. The position of llbiurhm willJall to the lot of tlio ono who shall bo selected head bailiff. The potltlou of the members of the bur for thu appointment of Wall MuKnddon to the position of librarian was rejected , for the leason that the forcgomgroolullon provided theieior. A petition presented by the Chlcupo , Hurl- Ington ( juincy r.illroud company asking the board to strike olT u largo amount of uioperty in the southern pint of the eltv from the tax lists in older that it miglit bo listoM with the state executive council to bo assessed ns railroad property , was lolerred to A. C. Ciralmin and thu county iiltornoy. The company claims that in thu near future ) a track is to ho laid diagonally across one whole block , so thai its i.su for unotlior nuri'o.M ) than lor railroads will bo lumlurod Impossible. The war botxvecn the Union PucUlo Hall way company and the county in regard to taxes camu up again yesterday afternoon. H will bo luuieui bored that lust soring the Union I'.it'lllo attorneys appeared bufoio the city council with u toquest that the com pany's taxes , which huvo been In litigation for several yeais , bo remitted. The council passed a resolution reducing ttio assess ment , and In consideration for this the companv'h attorneys nuieeil to dismiss the suits. Upon the matter being referred to Ilia county hoard at that tlmo the ratlllcatlon of Iho council's action was icfused and the scheme fell thiough. The roasoti for ttio hoard rufuslncr was that it did not believe in giving axvay such an amount of money as was contemplated in ttm resolution passed by the council. ' 'Last spilng the county assessor placed .in assessment of $ ltOHO ! , ou the east half of tlio Union I'.ieilio hridgp across the Mis souri liver , buttno council , when sitting as a board of oquall/allon , reduced the assess ment to JiW.uoi ) . This reduction was brought Duforo the board yesterday for consideration. The board acted ou tlio sumo policy ns in the former instance , and roluseu to agree to the reduction This gives rise to another com plication , and it is prohahlo that another law suit will ho necessarx to determine whether f l2iOUl ! , ( Is too much of a rating for the east half of the bridge. , Did you over btop to consider what it is worth to llvo ou n lot fronting a well Uopt parley DOJS it not innko property twice as desirable and worth at , least twice as much money as it would bo in any other location. You can bo sure that the block across the street from you will always bo covered with n line green sward ; that there will bo olcpnnt bhado trees , and in duo time fountains , statuary and flowers , and all taken care of without expense to you. There will always bo room for your children to play and yourself mid family to enjoy your leisure hours. The onfy place in town where such property is to bo had is in MoVningsldo. KrmI , I'tniilcr , Now In tlio Time. 60o all wool stripe dross goods for 2oc. f > 0c brllliantinos , elegant line of shades , for ; 57jc. 4 < iebrilliantinos , elegant line of shades , for 0c. A special liuo of Uroiulwny plaids , checks , plains and novelties , goods worth from HOe to 40o , all in at t2oc. lit the Boston Store , Council Uluffs , la. Citv water in front of every lot in this addition. They Must Have Him. George Smith , who is accused of having assaulted n lil-ycar-oltl girl named Luotta ( iiimm at Cut-Off , is under ariest In Omuha and has declared his intention of not coming to this side of the river until requisition papers are obtained. Application for the papers has boon made to Governor Boles , mul it Is thought thuv will bo hero in a few days. Veiteiday Denuty Marshal Wlnto n cut to Omaha to Illo an Infon.iatlou charg ing him with helni ; a fucitivo from Justice , In order to hold him. The city murshal ann - n on u cos his determination to have him now nt any cost. Now good * , latest htyles at the Louih' Mas-onio block. soiii on monthly payments , low interest. Picnic lit Manhattan beach. Round trip tickets from Omaha , including boat ride , 60o ; on sale at news stands at Millard - lard and Murray hotels. Huying a homo is an important btop. There vo many things to bo considered. You should carefully weigh the ad vanta ges of dillorent locations. Above all do not buy without llrst visiting Morning- side. _ Ci'iishoil by the Flyer. James Carroll , an omployo of the UnionP.i eitle Kuiluuy company , triad to board the KOCK Island llycr in H was moving uway from the transfer , but missed his footing and ran heid tlrst Into the sleeping car. Ho fell A itir requires courage , but imitators Imvo the qualities of n burglar without his courage. Johaun Roll's Malt K.xtract is so popular that it has boon imit.xtod. Sec that the signature of "Johaun lloll'1 isou the neck of every hot- lie. KIsncivvMemlolson Co.solo agoutH.ti Htuvlay St.Now York. with Ms leg and arm luruss the rull , and thou u heels pasii'd over mil. b'foro ho could ic- covcr liiniM'If. Mo was h rrlb1v irauglod , nnd oiil > lived a short tlmo after the ne- cldont. Ho was removed to the hospi tal In Omaha Coroner Waterman went to Onmh.i yrsti'rday nnd viewed the lemalns , docldlng that an Inquest was not necessary. The remain * were brought to this city and will bo burled this inoinltK' , the funeral taking phicfl at S o'clock from the late re l- denco on Seventh street between I > lovcnlh nnd Twelfth nvenues The deceased leaves a wife and six children In needy circum stances. Von should haveas beautiful n house for a home as you can alTord. You .should have iii bo uitiful a sight for the house as you can Mud. Kvorybodj can nITord a beautiful silo for a ho'ine , whllo lots in Morningside are going at the present prices. riicap School Hooks , School books at lower than the school hoard prices ; alto reduced prices in all school supplies. Doll. G. Morgan & Co. Irs. Wood wiry , dentists , .TO I'earl street , next to Grand hotel. Telephone 1 lo. High irmue work a specialty ! School hats from 2oo up tit the Louisl Mabonic block. Affairs of Kinilmll & Camp. The move to sot aside iho assignment of the Kiniball-Cnmp Investment company naturally causes much comment , but the move did not como as a surpnsn. For days past there has been all sorts of wild rumors \\hispcrlngs. . Surmises Imvo naturally been sustained by some , as is common In failures of this magnitude , that theio niU-bt bo some largo amount of cash and securities bidden away , and there have been uumi-r- ous intimations that some sensational revela tions will bo mado. Mr. Klmhall was seen yesterday nnd asked for some statement concerning the other side of the matter , for "other side , " of course theio Is. ' 'It Is simply the liiingoff | , of ttio lirst gun on thu part of eastern cied- I Itnrs. Our side will respond in duo time , Thoio is nothing to the claims nutda In their petition , nnd It will show so when wo get , mound to It.Vo don't sin Ink from Investi gation , hut court it , for wo know that every thing Is straight. Some tmvo sought to get us to settle claims by threatening to expose some of our transactions , but I have told them to go ahead. If thiiy know anything to expose let them expose it. I defy them. 1 think much of the trouble Is duo to Air. Towle , who was secretary of the company. Ho is joining In with eastern creditors and I suppose wants to get the position of assignee himself. It's all u big storm about nothing , and tlmo will show It. I suppose they th'nk ' that by squeezing and tantalizing and humil iating us they can get some advantage over other creditors. It won't work , i'ho books and accounts are there , and we are not afiaid of the facts. All wo want Is to not lo he prejudiced by this community. Just wait until both sides have boon heard. " Frank Trimbloatty , Baldwin blk.tcl : )3 ) MorningHidc. The prettiest residence addition over platted in this part of the country. TrntiiMly t I be Itroiulwny. Thomas W. Kccno and his company played "lUcnard III. " last evening to nn audience that filled every seat in the house and ran over into the aisles. Keeno's londitlon of the part was all that could ho desiicd , and some of his support was of a high order. A miirbor of the lessor lights , however , seemed to hick strength to send their voices beyond the lirst four rows ot the paiquot , so that the con oral effect was somewhat mat red. On the whole , however , It was a fine production nnd highly appreciated by tno audience. This evening Hicks' minstrels will bold the boards. Positively cured l > y those Little Fills. Thuv also relieve Dls trrss from Dyspepsia , In digtbtlon and Too Hearty Hating. A perfect rem cuy for Dizziness , Nausea , Drowsiness , Bad' Taste In the Jloutb , Coated ; Touguo , Pain In the Side , TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL , SMALL DOSE , SMALL PRICE , ! SPECIAL NOTICES. COUNCIL BLUFFS. Fou SAU-PIM : LIGHT 1WAIIAMS I'ldch strain , very ehitap. Addicts 1' . S. Snluk. 11 : ! Avenue ! > . . Council ItlulTs. FOU SALK Cheap Onn Patrhaiiks , H-ton scales , nearly ni.'w. II. A. COY , IG Main street. 14D ACHinOWA I'AHM AT i'.O PHlPAUUi : . JMI uiul IdO aere fiiilik LurRo list. Johnson & Van I'.ittun , Ajicr.hY fUuNMiinr KODM roii TWO iKuiitliiiiiuu. . C'enlr.il liu'iitlun. Aclcliess with refviimee , " .I" n Heu iilllue. \\7ANTLI ) -At ( liunil hotel , nnniiin pustry , IT cook. Good wages. A No fiiinlsh an assistant. \\7Thnvo nr. c-ipilty of fl.'UO In a now , do- IT Nlralilo sovrn-rouii ) housu and lot ( load location. Can uxvhaiive for vacant lots , A bargain. Cooper .v Mi-Ci-e , 1C .Main sireot. \WANTI.D-At liiand lintel.cliaiiiliernialds : IT good wages for those coiuiug well recoin- ini'iiileil. \\7ANTEI ) Tun food girls at Kiiiinetl hoiisiNo , 151..south Sixth atiuut. FOK KKNT Or loaso. I'wo-stortr storo- room. No. 'J.K Jllddlo Uni.ulw y , HHUII used for the | nihtsl\ years as book and sta tionary sttiru. Apply toj. Pciiy , hlioo chop , undiir I'list Nat. Itiink. TV A NT i : I ) to Tiado-Plve-rooni lionsu. full i ' lot In Omaha for housu anil lot lu Council tllulls. llro ) _ ii. I lit llro.idMay. OljAlllVoVANTiuul syehoinetrlu. or char acter ro.ullnus , also ill.ignosls of dlseaso ncnd look of hair for ro.ullnm liy lottur. Hnn- t-ays and ovonnr'f Mrs K. Hooper. Hi ! A vu- dnu K , rioar corner 15th street , Counull mulT ? Terms , 5Jo and II UJ MAONIKlonNT WTO uroporty In flvo-aoro tracts louatoilni miles from postollluo , for ealu on roasonuhlu terms tome line resi dence property for rent by Day &Jloss. T7IOK SALi : or flout rinrdon land with JL1 | , oiist > N by ,1 It , Hlce , 101 Main St. , Council 111 u IK FOR MEN ONLY > ljo ? Krtlurfd. I'aru inUrertl. lluva tlftlt found puklthfl turr Iwilt flttl\f \ trnil llie reci | ( .ealrd ) IIIEE to uy u ( fer.r. No liumbuf , but a r H&lle , t citn litntcut. AJJrtuJ. C , HOUbL , Uui.U , Albion , Utcb. O * 3TJ3M : : .r/ ; llnt- Nop rtllleurt J. DB J COUNCIL UI.UKfS Galvanized Iron Cornice Works , u ( iiiAiiu * sox fiioi-a. 1O1D and 1O17 I3t'oacl\vau. Kstlnmloi ( urnliilioil on nil kliutt of ( Julv.inlj.xt Iron Cornlco Work Iron Ituufliu , Stnro Kruiiti ml Cupiior Work Anlttlu work u xpuciulty CurrJi- piiriiloiipciiiiiclivil fruin imlnu JUO uilluj ( ruia Co an ill Illulls uua Oumliu. A. T. THATCHER , 16 Main Street , - - Council Bluffs COAL AND COKE Best Quality Anthracite. High Grade Soft Coal. Lowest Prices Guaranteed. C ONTINENTA L. PRICES MOVE THE WORLD. The world is principally devoted to trade , and as prices rule trade they may be said to move the earfli. This , at least , is the theory on which we conduct our business. It makes a difference in buying cloth ing whether you consider price only or quality of material and work manship. Some clothing is dear at any price. \\rc sell only the best. OVERCOATS , LIG-HT WEIGHT. The prices advertised last week on Fall Overcoats brought many purchasers. We will continue the sale of MELTON OVER COATS in different shades , at $8.50 , $10.00 , $12.00 and $15.00. NEW SUITS. For business and dress unequalcd by any previous production from $10 to $20. Don't purchase without taking a look through our stock. BOYS' DEPARTMENT. We have always carried the largest stock , ( [ noted the lowest prices and have sold only reliable goods. We arc in shape with everything rom a $2.50 school suit to the finest dress garment made. Continental Olotliingj FREELAND LOOMIS COMPANY. FIRSTNATIONALBANK OF COUNCIL BLUFF3 , IO/VA / Paid Up Capful $100,01 OltlGHt urgant7 < Ml bank In the city I'orulun anil ( ImniHtlc exchnnKO and local HCcurltlo * . Kapuclnl attetitlon paid to colluctlons Accunnti nf Individ- U.UB , bunks , bankers unit corporntlond aullcllod. Cttrrt'sponilcnoo Invltcil Oio. : I1. SANItlHI ) . I'ruHlilent. A \V H1CK.MAN. Cn hlor. A T llll'K , AssliUnt Cn hler 27 MAIN STREET. Oxer C. II. .Taciiurmlii .t t'o.'s "Jewelry Storo. ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY ItllAltlMM ! AM > DAY SCHOOL. FIFTH AVENUK AND SHVKNTH ST. Pan bo roaohed from ixtiv of the dopiits ou motiir. ruiiduotodtiy thoSlstorsof rhnrliy. H V , M. TI'.UMS I'nr lioirtl ittid tuition , mntiniolnff nil Iirnmihu4 nf a llnishod itiliuvvtlnii fnryouiiE ladles. } T. fur e < slon of live inoiitlH , com- moiielii ) ? llrst Mund.iy Hi < iuUMiitior ) nnd l\ih- riiary. ro-ipoctlvoly 1'or further pirtlciilurs address. SISTP.U StlPPUIiMt. S-t Tnim-ls AoiuliMiiy , I'oiinelt llluiN 11. WENS STATE BANK Or Council Dluffs. CAPITAL STOCK . $150,000 SURPLUS AND PHGClTS . 70.000 TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS _ $ .000 Dimerous A Minor , I' . O nu > .i on , R I. . Slni.'uii , I' I . II rt , .1. I ) . IMinnniNoii , I'hnrln U ll.iiiniiii Tru.it ii'l eniTiil liiinklnK husl- lu'xs. Largest eipil ; il nud surplus of tiny bunk lu bouthwi'sti'in IUHU INTEREST ON TIME DEfCSITS C. ESTEP , 14 N. Main St. , Council Blufls , Fuuoral Director nud Em' nltnor. THE GRAND Council Bluffs. In. THIS KLKCANTLY APPOIN'TKD IIOTCL IS NOW Ol'HN. N. W. TAvcn , Mnnngei' . COOK'S ' ' liLIiCTRICALSUl'l'LIHS Special attention fjlvcu to Hloctrlo HclU , Uurj'lar Alarms , Annouuciatora and Incanilcscciit Wiring. WALTERV. COO K , 13PHAI5L ST. COUNCIL IJLUPF3. SUCH THINGS DO NOT AT You can Become' Board $2. A Teacher , Expenses Low. A Bookkeeper , Send for Circular. A Stenographer , IV. S. Paulson , A Typewriter. Council Bluffs. AND EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. For the Treatment of all Chronic and Surgi cal Diseases , Perfectly equipped -with every facility , apparatus and remedy for the successful treatment of every form of disease requir ing medical or surgical treatment. 4 MOST COMPLETELY ANTI-SEPTIC OPERATING ROOM , and best hospital accommodations in the west. Board and at tendance at reasonable rates. The business of the Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute , formerly conducted at 9th and Harney streets , by the late Dr..J. W. McMenamy , has been removed across the river to 26th street and Broadway Council Bluffs , . la. , where every case and any and all con tracts , old or new , are receiving prompt and skillful attention We refer by permission to patients we have cured. Write for circular on Deformities and Braces , Trusses , Club Feet , Curvature of the Spine , Piles , Tumors , Cancer , C arrhBronchitis , Inhalation , Electricity , Paralysis , Epilepsy , Kidney , Bladder , Eye , Ear , Skin and B.'ood ' , and all surgica operations. "Deformities of the Human Body , Brace Dept RA C'KS , TRUSSES , and all matin or f burfjlc-al appliances , manufaotured to order and a lit uirvranteod. The braeo department in under the ehartfo of J. I1. Wo1) bor , who was Dr. McMonamy's brace maker for years , and who Is unreservedly roeommcnded by the modiciil profession as boliitf tno best bracjom.ikor In th United States. In this department we are especially successful. Our claims for superiority over all others are based upon the fact that this is the only medical establishment manufacturing surgical braces and appliances for each individual case , "We have three skilled instru ment makers in our employ , with improved machinery ' ry , and have all the latest inventions , as well as our own patents and improvements , the result .of twenty year's experience. 144 PAGE BOOK , Illustrated Sent Free to any Address DISEASES OP "WOMKN A SPECIALTY. Hook on Dibeases of Women Free. Only Reliable Medleal Institute mnUInt' a Spoolixlty of Private nbonsoi. A blood dibOU-os successfully treated. Syphilitio POIHHI removed from the system without morcnry. Now restorative treatment for loss of Vital J'owor. PorsotiB imiiblo to visit us may bo treated at home by correspondence. All communications confidential. Medieines or instruments hunt by mail or oxproni , Hoourely piloted , un marks to indicate contontH or sender. Ono personal Interview preferred. Call and consult u * or send history of your caje , nnd wo will send in plain wrapper , on UOOK TO MKN.tFRlilO ; upon private , special or norvoiib diseases , Impotenoy , Syphilis , Gleet and Varlcouelo , with question list. Address MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE , 26th and Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.