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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , TIlLlksDAY , OCTOBER 22. 1801.
U M M THE OMAHA J3J E. COUNCIL BLUFFS , l ' 1U I'KAflL STItBET. OI-'PICK : - NO. 1 r Jrll\crod by O.nrlt'r In ony part of the City , II.V. . TII.TON. MANAUKIL . . I Pt'itovrnJ Iliislni'ts Olllt.0 . No. I.I 1,1.1 HOM.fJ ffay | Ktor ( | | . N. Y. P. Co. ( ouncll lllufrs Lumber CIo. , coal , Craft's chattel loans , ' 20 J Hupp block. If you want water In your vanl or house KO lo Hixby's , : iO' . ' Merrlain hloeK. "An American Hoy" will bo presented yat- unlay night nt the Hroadwuj theater. The registration polls open this mofnliiK nt 8 o'clock nnd lemaln open until U [ > . m. The Unnlsh Oomocrntle club will nu-ct In I'oterson's hall Tuesday ovoniinf , October 'i . Airs llnnrv Ueloug , whllu calling on a nclKhbor , fell' Into a oellunva } , dijlocnlln ) ; her Hhoukler. Miss Hunan Hoffman , music lonelier , lus reiuoved from No. ilUI to No. 'JIO , Merrium block , on third Moor. It Is .stated that a special train will \irwn \ visitors from Missouri Valley and Ilio vlclnltp tomorrow evening to hear ( lovernor Holes' | Kech. : , 'J'ho iietlllou has been Hied in the district court In the flOU < )0 ) suit for attorney's fees which was commenced bv Wright &luld win tome time ngo Iu Ilio district eourt against Knnlmll ( . 'hump. T. K. Winter , who handles the elevator In the Hhuirart bloek. Is MHTorlni ; from a severe Inlliiniiinition of hi- loft eye Ills phyglclan states that It Is homowhal. doubtful If ho re tains his sight in the Injured member. It has been decided not to hold the election to decide whether HID city shiill Issue bonds for thi ) erection of n cUv hall until .spring , when It Is thotiKlil Ilio issues huforo thu people ple will nijt be so Impoitant as to ovor- Hhadow Ir. Charles Witt w.ls arrested last evening on n ehai'RO of buri.'lary. The information was lllo.I bv iho father of the boy , who was tried u low days n o and .sentenced to a thirty-day term In the county Jail fur robbing theUierks factory south of iho city. Hans Hoson died veslcrday mornlni. at 4U : ) o'clock , aped C.C. years , of paralysis. The funeral will take pluco this afternoon at 1 ! o'clock Ironi the residence , 'JWI South Kiev- with street , and the remains will be Interred in Walnut Illlf comotery. Marrhiito licenses were Issued yesterday to Frank Case and Maggie Hcchtcl , both of Omaha , and to A. II. Klein of Council HlulTs and Addle Smith of Kansas City. The latter couple will bo married this morning at ! ) o'clock at , Ht. Peter's Cathollo church. A reception will bo held in the evening al the residence of lh groom , 'J'JO Harmony street. 1C. WltHltlo , charged wth attempted bur glary , gave bonds hibt evening and was 10- leased from ttio countv jail , where ho was Imprisoned , until Monday morning at ' . ) o'clock , when ho will have a hearing before Justice Swoaringen. An information will bo tiled. against him this mornlni ; charging him with robbing Whittaker's store on Lower Hrondwny. The icstaurant keepers complain that the wlcniowurst men arc cutting such a large hole in their profits that they nre unable to pay their expenses. They have entered a jnotcst against allowing thu peddlers to sell * their wares on tlio streets without paying a license for tlio privilege , and threaten to have them arrested under the citv ordinance unless something is done. John hchoontgcu denies tlio report that th'i committee appointed by tlio sciiool board expects to liiviMnmtouhurgcsof short weight airnlnst the linn that furnishes iho coal to the district. Ho states l hat whatever little discrepancies Inwo been discovered mipht easily arise from nn Imperfection in tlio scales , and would not indicate any crooked ness on tlio part of the dealer. The only charge to bo investigated is that of poor ijuatity. Small In size , great in results ; Do Wilt's Llttlo Karly liiser-i. Uost pill for constipa tion , best for sick headache , boil for sour etomacb. Swtinson Music Co. , Musonu ; temple. MmuloKt Klein soil furniture , cm-pots , coolcitiRiitul hoiitin ! ! stovo.s at coat to quit LniHiness. Did you sco thut now line of hanging lamps nt Lund Bros. Now fall goods , finest line in the city , Just received at Keller's tlio tailor's , ; 1IU Uroiulwiiy. I'JiltSOX.lL I'.lli.Hlll.lI'lll. Mr . D. U. Witter is visiting friends In Woodvine. Mrs. A. H. Clark of Woodbine w.is In the city yesterday , n guostof Mrs. T. F. Thick- itiin. , . Miss Ella Stewart and sister of Shen.in- iloah nro'tho guest * of ; holr uiu-le , John Hen- neit. neit.Mrs Mrs , Harmon of Moutroso Is visiting lior daughlar , Mrs. M. A. Arkwright , US Han- croft Terrace. W. M. Squire ban returned fiom a four ivcolis'visit to bib old homo in Now York , which ho had seen for twenty yoars. Mr. U H. Frey , who lias been visiting her cousin , Miss Mary Williamson , for several weeks , bus returned to her homo in Winliold , Kan. MII-H Mary Gloiison , fnsliloiiablo dress maker , M Pearl street , upstairs. Frank Trimblo.atty , Baldwin bllj.tcl . " 03 Lamps from See up. Lund Bros. , 2'J Main Btroot. T.iv SiiltN Ncttluil. The long-drawn-out controversy between Urn comity mid the former managers of tbo K.Irat National bank of Council HlulTs , con cerning the assessment of that institution , was muled yesterday by ix compromise , tlio county board accepting $ ( , ' . ' 00 in lion of thu Ir7.00 claimed , and agreeing to dismiss all pending suits. The result is pr.mryincr to hot ! : parties , tlio bank being relieved of the unpleasant necessity of appearing to resist taxation , and the county securing Its duos without further expense or annoynnco from litigation. Ciroat credit Is duo Air. San ford , the president of the bunk , in bringing about n settlement of the whole matter , and leaving tlio county olllcors much pleased and feeling very friendly to the bank. The publlo will doubtless evidence its appreciation of the spirit of fairness shown by the liaulc In this tettlemciit by tendering It Increased patrou- o. o.Tho The 17. S covornmi'iit are using largo num bers of the Improved Howu scales . Hordou & Selleck Co. , agents , Cliic.itro , 111. _ Are you a cruel man.or . only n ciiumii Your horse lias chafed his neck until It Is , tolutoly cruel to make him work , or ho has cut himself on a wire or a lltllli Now do VOll know thai ono bottle of Hallor's Harb Wire liniment will absolutely euro ovury cut , bruise or old sorol Just try It. Oldest and boHt whlhk.v , mrdiclnul URO , Jurrls Wlno company , Council UlutTn. The llncsl luuinuut lamps nuido are at Lund HroH. , "It .Nlaln atrout. Ogilcn \ \ III A deed was placed on record yesterday ufternoon In the olllco of the county recorder , transferring n third interest In the Ogden liouso property from John Danforth and wife Iu Frank T. True , the coublJoratlon paid being $18,000 , The sale wits made prepara tory to the reopening of the hotel November 1 under the nianagoinmit of licorgo II. Clark of llostoii , Mr , Clurk Is said to bo n'hotol limn of long exporlouco , und ho will make thd Ogdcn liouso ono of the best hotels In the wost. Van Houton'h Coco.i "Ouco tried , used always. Wo have our own vlnynrdri In Cnllfoi- nla. JarvU Wine company , 803 Main i > t. Stand Iu in pa , every uUupo uud price Lund HI-OB. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUMS , Colored Politician Accusjtl of Tampering with Young Girls , AUTHORITIES PUZZLED OVER THE CASE , tli < : Prisoner Is Itoliliiil tlio llai-H , There IN Xn Him City Conn 'il .Session. ( Jlmrlcs Jones , n proinliient colored polill- clnn , Is In jiill without any charge nsnlnst him , nnd tlio aulllorltlci nro somewhat iniz- led us to what chnrRO to imiluH'or seine tlinu imst ti colored man hni been seen to tnka his stand nt tlio front door of the saloon at IT Noith Main ntrcot about tlio tlmo when the chlldien were pnsilng to and from school. On n number of occasions ho wan seen handing n unto to one of the scholar * , n glvl about til years of URC. 'I'ho police were out on the ' .rack of the fol low Monday , iintlyiMtonmy morning Ofllccr Ki'lly happmifd to i-uteh the follow In the net of imisliiK n note to tl.ivo.\onnt ? girls , wlio opi'iicil It and rend It ns they went aloiiR. .lust then the oflleer itoppoil up unit do- inantluu ilio note. 11 was KIVCII to tiltn und tlm RlrlH wuro nmrchnd to the station. The loiter was addressed to a filrl named Mabel , but the lust tiiiino was nut pivoti. n win Illlud with urgent appeals to the ulrl to meol him nt a certain pltico and proniUoi of money in case she complu'd. Then ) was nothing obicoi.e In the loiter excepting what cull Id bo read between the lines and there was nu imiuo signed. At the station the ( jlrls K.IVC their names In the police , but bcuKud Unit , they bo Itcipt from the public. Ono of them , whoso nnmo was MnlK'i , and to whom the loiter had been addressed , udmlttod hnvIiiR received notes ot the isame Itlml from the follow , lint was unable - able to explain why the hud not told some one1 ot It. As soon as tno K'rls ' liuil been loft at the police still Ion Officer Kelly wont back after the negro , but he hint skipped. In thu after noon It was learned that the follow hnd been docn at n house uear the corner ( if Twelfth street and Itroanwiiy , and Deputy Mnr.shu.s r'owlur and ICIsenberiror and Olllccr Murphy went , to the iilaco. Hi- jot wind of the approach preach and .slid out of the sldo door as they covered the front and hack. After a hot chase of four blocks ho was rornorail and taken to the city Jail. Whan ques tioned about the affair lie denied hav ing ( 'ivoti the K'i'1 ' the note or havinir had anything to do with her. The police _ , however , claim to have evidence against him that will Ueop him out of harm's way for homo time to conio. The woman who keeps the house wlirro Jones was found was also arrested Inter in the afternoon and was slated with vagrancy. To one of the olllcors who arrested her she admitted that she had known nf Jones having brought the girls to her house a number of times. If this charge is proved against him it will be apt to go hard with him. " * A luimlsoino complexion is 0110 of the great est charms a woman can possess. Pozzoni's ' complexion powder t'ves ' it. $ rr KOII $ i .no. The IjulcHt SeiiN.Ulon : it ilio Itostou Store , Council ItluflVi A High Grnilc Sewing Machine lor $ lt.no. The Boston store , the profit head- qmrters in the Missouri valley for low prices , in further evidence that they nra thu loaders anil promoters of popular priced , will supply the public hereafter with high | /rado MIWIIIJ ; machines at aboul ono-tliird wlint they luivc been Hold for heretofore. Ono of the most beautiful , lightest running niodorn im proved machines is the Domorost , which is in every rospoet > the equal and in many respects almost the counterpart of the Domestic. It has identically the earn. ' , shuttle , and same design of ma chinery with tlio single exception of the liilco up. In many other respects it lias valuable improvements , and is a , much handsomer machine. It is made of the best of materials , and is highly ilnished in every particular. It is WAISHANTKD vim KIVIJ YKAUS. It is simply the kind of a sewing nrichino that you have here tofore paid Wo for , but now you can have it if you will como nnU get' it , for $ l.oO. ! ) There nro thrco other htylos of cabinet work that come at higher prices but. the machinery and attachments arc all the same. * Como and see this wonderful bargain , and if you think $19.50 is too much money to put into a sewing iiiarhiuo , wo will boll you a bountiful little hand ma chine that will do Ilrst'clas-s work for $ L'.riO. THE BOSTON STORE , FOTJlKiUNUIIA.M , V\IUTiiA\V : &CO. , Council lilulTs. Pound of tea and line .fap T-pit,7 > o Lund 13roa. Council I'roo The city council took a ndo over. the city yesterday afternoon in the patrol wagon us a comintttco of the whole for the purpose of examining into a number of Important meas ures that were laid over ut tlio nicotine on Monday ovbnini : . One of the most import ant of the matters looked into was the grail- Inc of Avenue A. The motor company has put in a decided protest against the ur.ullnpr , and this protest was the cuuso of the investi gation. The council met in the OVCHIIIK to net on the mutters which it investigated during the day. It was decided to purchase a strip of land from Mrs. ICay so us to niuko I'ierco street sixty-six foot in width and the tlnanco commitieo was Instructed to see that the transfer was made. Avenue A was ordered graded from Twen tieth to Twenty-tourthbtrcet. The Chautauqua motor ordinance was brought up , and u spirited debate onsucd. A protest slgneil by twentv-llvo prouorty owners ncalnst granting the right of way to the company in operate Us line on Washington uvonuo was urosoutcd by Mchsrs. Crosslund and Dcotken. Cropland claimed that if a fo\v days were given him ho roidd goto. ) per cent of the property owners on Washington. avcnuo to sisn the protest , A motion to postpone the matter so as to allow Cropland to circulate his protest further was lost. A motion was made by Wood to strike out Washington nvcnuo from the list of streets granted to the company , but , was op posed by Van Hrunt and I'aco , on the ground that the company would never accept an ordlnanco with Wasnington nvcnuo loft out ; as thorn was no. other street on which the line could ho laid. Caspar was opposed to the motor line on general principle- * , und launched nn in vective nt the head of Van Uruiit. " 1 could challenge your vote , and Wind's too , " said he , "and if 1 did you couldn't vote on this question , because you're both In terested In the Chautauijuu. 1 wouldn't do it though. " Van Ilrnnt and Wind explained thai the Chautuuquu motor was not , the Chuutuiuiua assembly , and the question was about to bo put , when I'uco made a motion to adjourn. Wood seconded It , but before It was put tha ordinance was referred to the city attorney with Instructions to put it In proper shape to that U might bo passed at the next meeting. During the passage of this motion Smith and Wood bcramo Involved In a wrangle and the spectators wore treated to the spectacle of two dlgnlllod uldcrmoti Just on tlio verge of knocking rnch qther down. After an excit ing and stormy debate the mooting adjourned until the roK'Uur meeting , a wmlt from next Monday night , and the motor ordinance was loft right where It was , Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup reduces Inllaminutlon while cUtldrou uro toothing. t5 ! cents a bottlo. _ Throw a l' < > | > llottlc. Nov. Churlcs Clilnlqul , who Is lecturing at the Maionle temple , was interrupted last evening by a pop bottle bolni. thrown through u window on the south sldo by sonio party who stood in tha alloy below. The bottle broUo two panes of glass , and the crash It uiado almost caused u pinlo , cut the speaker commanded everyone to sit still and the meeting wont on without bsltiB farther In terrupted. A Iccturo will bo delivered by the amo speaker this evening nt the Broad way theater. No gripping , no nansoa , no p.Un when UeWlu'a Llttlo Early Hlson are taken Small pill. Snfopill. Uost pill. Drs. Wood bury , dentists , oO Pearl street , next to Grand liotot. Telephone lid. High ir ratio work u specialty. Wauled Student in dental olllco. Apply at 12 Pearl atreot , over liKB olllce. iriiui.rn.ttK i llcoklo.sa Drlvlnir ol a Drunken Mini ItcHiiltfl Fatally. Sioir.Cm - , In. , Oct. 21. [ Snoclal Tele gram to Tns lhi : : . | Andrew Wlnn of Jcffor- son , S. 1) . , drove to town today in a wagon accompanied by his wife and two children , his mothor-ln-liiw , Mrs. Mary Fontaine ami her daughters , Lucy and I'olly. Wlnn was Intoxicated when he started homo this even ing and whipped his horses recklessly , over turning the wagon. Mrs. Fontaine had her nock broken and every ono In the party , ox- con1 , Lucy nro dangerously injured. Wlnn himself is badly hurt and in Jail. _ A very smal pill , but u very good ono. Do Witt's Llttlo Early Ulsott. Snnrrmc Court IOL'SOIIH. ) | | Dr.s MOINK" . in. , Oct. 121. ( Special Telegram - gram to Tin : Dnn , ) The following decisions wore tiled In the supreme court today : Hlotcky IJros. vs James O'Neill ' , sheriff , up- pollant , Pottnwattuinlo 'district , unirmcd ; ( Jlaric Falrllcld vs , T. W. Phillips , appel lant , Butler district , afllrinrd ; Kock Island Plow company , appellant , vs Urcc.so A ; Brceso'et al and .1. L. Koblnson , appellants , vs the same , Webster district , anlrmcd ; James N. Pld- cock. appellant , vs Henry Voortiics ctnl , Cass district , nftlrmcd ; Alice U. Leo et al , appel lant , vs D. K. Lee , Hardln district , nfllrmed ; Ani.o E. Munper vs the city of Waterloo , appellant , Black ( lawk district , nfllrmed ; Sandwich Manufacturing company , appel lant , vs T. .1. B. Kobinson , intervene , Frank lin district , reversed , Judge Peck dissenting , Cnro nl Their Stock. DBS MOINP.S. In. , Oct. 21. [ Special Tele gram to Tin : Brx. ] The tenth annual session of the Iowa grand order of the Anti-Horse Thlof association is belne held here. About II fly delegate * from the sev enty-two subordinate associations nro in attendance. The following ofllccrs have cliargo of the meeting : M. B. Fris- lie , president ; J. Bush , vice president : .1. ( ! , Buckle , secretary ; O. B. Cobb , treasurer ; T. H. Liddoll. marshal ; David Abbott , chap- Ir.in. The meetings uro secret. DoWitt's Llttlo harly rtisors : host llttla pills fordyspopsla , sour stomach , bad breath. Valuable I'aporn Stolen. Bi'iu.ivoTox , In. , Oct , 21. fSpocial Tolo- grani to TUB BuK.J F. E. Davenport of Umahn , representing the Hall Safe and Lock company of.Clncinnatl , arrived In this city from Chicago this morning minus a valise , which ho hc.d tnkon aboard ttio train at that point , containing valuable papers , bonds , etc. , to the amount of several thousand dollar lar * , Ho thinks some one walked off with it during the night between Galesburg and Burlington. Do Witt's Llttlo Eany Risen. Beit little pill over made. Cure cor.stipatiou every timo. Nona equal. Use thorn now , l'rt > > ; reHR ol' I .wii ItaplUtH. M \UMiti.i.Tow.v , la. . Oct , 21. The somi- centennial meeting of the Iowa Baptists be gan today. The report of the board of mis sions showed the largest number of mission- uries in the history of the church. The finan cial report was very gratifying. The young people's department shows a marked increase in vigor and activity. Twonty-nino now Baptist churches wora built during ttio year. Dakota County Complication. SiotCITT , Iu. , Oct. 21. [ Special Tele gram to Tin : BII : : . ] Atlio Hart of Dakota City today filed a petition for an injunction to prevent the removal of the county scat from Dakota City to South Sioux City. The peti tion dontains elaborate allegations of irregu larities and frauds In the recent county seat election of Dakota county. Do Witt's Llttlo Esriy ttiser.s : only pill to euro s I ok headache and rcguuto Pontoon Iiril ( > < : Hrolcc. Sioux CITV , la. , Oct. 21. [ Special Tele gram to Tnc BcE.J As J. Hildobrand of Harrington , Nob. , was driving u herd of Kl ! steers across the pontoon bridge over the Missouri river this evening the bridge broke and sank throwing the whole herd into the swift current. Seventy animals wcra drowned. Constipation poisons tno Dlood'DoWitt's ; Little iiarly HUors euro constipation. The cause removed , the dlsenso Is gono. ninuk Diphtheria M\nsii\i.iTOWX1 la. , Oct. 21. Black diph theria is spreading at an alarming rate in thu Norwegian settlement in Soldiers' Valley , Harrison county. Fourteen persons have re cently died of the dlseaso. The place has been quarantined. A terrible state of affairs exists. Forty years in thu market , and not an adul teration. "Strictly pure" is the motto. Coou'b Extra Dry Imperial Champagne. Koulicil u Hailfoail Ag < ut. Ooiisr , Iu. , Oct. 21. The night agent of the Northwestern nt West Sldo was hold UD by a burglar all T > o'clock this morning. The robber compelled him to surrender tno com pany funds in his oftlci * . . < . - . ir/// . itustijiu ui'Kit.iriuxa. Montana's KamoiiH Copper Mine , tlin AnacoiHla , to Ktnrt Up. Bi'TTr , Mont. , Oct. 21. Within the no.\t ten dny.i the famous Anaconda copper mine will bo In full operation. Last spring the mine ( hut down. Two reasons had boon given for this. Ono was that Haggln believing that ho owned and controlled the bulk of copper In the world , closed down in order to corner It. The other reason was that the railroad which runs from Anacondrt over to Buttc , n distance of twonty-iivu miles , had concluded to charge Haggin its own rates. This Haggln would not consent to , and ho closed tha inliio. Information bus boon re ceived tl.ut the construction of a now'liuo from Butte to the smelter will bo limno- dlatclv begun. This done a now road will bo built from Boise City , the intention being to oxtc.nd it ultimately to the Paclllo coast. I'M ri ) Ileconl. CIIIKIINVII.I.K , Tex. , Oct. 21. The compress of the Eastern Texas Compress company was burned tonight , together with 3,000 bales uf cotton , entailing a loss ot $ ' 0HK , ( > , ujon which there Is Insurance amounting to tflfto- 000. Considerable rollliiL- stock of tlio Mis souri , Kansas & Texas road , which was on the tracks adjoining the compress , was also destroyed. Sr. PAUL , Minn. , Oct. 21. Fire this morn ing destroyed the rurpontor department of the Kansas City railroad repairing shops , with n total loss of ubout K > 0JU. ( ) Mi.Nxr.Ai'OUN , Minn , , Oct. 21. The wnro- house of Bardwoll , Houlnson & Co. , sash , door and blind manufacturers , burned this morning. Loss , f ! 00,000. Insurance about half. Cuu.iwiirvi , Tex. , Oct. Thonowjcounty court house at this place was burned today. The nro was nupiKiacd to have been of Incendiary - diary origin. The records of this ( Childrcss ) county , und ulsoof Cotlo county , wore de stroyed and can bo replaced only at great ex- pouso and trouble. - Warned Over'llurty S\s FIU.NCISCO , Cul. , Ocf. 21. The Uislted States steamer Thetis has arrived hero from Universal. The vessel warned over thirty soaiors out of Ilohrlug seu , but uiado no schuros. The Mohlc-in was to have left , thrco days after the doparlura of the ThotU und will probably arrive here soon. I aotM-ji midi H.I. 1 city Ciijinoll. The city council mot nt 7:110 : last evening , a bnro quorum bolus \uiuont. \ Councilman Wood or tbo llnanco coaimjuco reported bills to Iho amount or tU7.8 $ Adopted. Wnltors reported" " thtit Councllnian O'Kourko nnd Cnlof Stih ] ) | hud Inspected the now lire cart at the Coliseum and ro.-oin- mended that the cirt bo accepted und the donors bo given a vote , of ( minks , Air. t'oxrlor offorcd to rent ono of his rooms on Twenty-fourth street for tire department purposes at M.'I par nifiith ; referred to com- mlttco of whole. Mr. Cunningham oltfcftM to lot the city have two rooms in his building tor Jull pur poses nt $1U. Mr. Concly's motion that Mr. Cunningham's offer bo accepted for six months , with the privilege of two yearn , wns ngrocil to. Oflicor 1'c.trlok Itoanfon's resignation from the police force was accepted. The eiiulncer's report , estimating the amount duo Norton Hros. for gr&dlng district No. 4 ut * 1,007.10 , was referred to the committee on streets. I'urks & Dtirness' contracts for n sewer between Hammond's ' and Swift's was ap proved. Treasurer Hectors report was read and accepted. John lA-ilvoy nnd M. K.ignn xvoro ap pointed registrars In iho Second nnd First wards respectively. City Notes. J. D. Oilier of Diller is visiting friends In this city. II. C. Holes , a prominent KIwood resident , hail business In the Muglc City yesterday. The King's daughters meet this afternoon with Mrs. William Wood , Twenty-third nnd H "streets. AIM. K. M. Cornish and Miss Adu Klock- stone of Lyons nro the guests of friends In this i-lty. A large number attended the Ancidnt Order of Hibernians' ball at Exposition hull from here last evening. Friday evening the Ladies Aid sowoty-of the 1'rcsbytorlun church will glva n dinner for the bcnollt of thu church , Thomas Flymi returned last night from Carthage , 111. , whore ho wont to attend tlio wedding of his brother Mlchnol. Mrs. Fred H. Shepard of Milwaukee , after visiting her parents , Mr. und Mrs. S. W. Francis , has roturneJ to her homo. Gils Wordoman Is iMrrylng his right hand in ; i sling in a result of coming in contact with the stiarp cdgo of n broken bottlo. Miss Muud llnywiml has returned from Crete , where stio noted as ctiiof bridesmaid la the marriage of her friend , Miss Ada Wolf. Thomas J. Xook , formerly with the Camp bell Commission company at the yards , now their rhlof traveling solicitor , was in Iho city yesterday. M. C. Cool ; , lineman for the electric light company , while workinp about u dynamo at the works , run the shank of a three cornered riln through the palm of his left hand , m- lllcting a painful wound. The Baptist ymmg people of Omaha and South Omaha will have a union meeting at I3cth Eden church on Park avenue this even ing. Uooil spccchos and good music and a social tlmo will bo features. Ciasjlcr'sMagiclicadano 'iVafors.Cur cs a headaches In ! iO minutes. At alt druggists When Baby was sick , we gave her Cnstorla , When she was a Chili ! , shQ cried f or Cabtorio , When she became Mlss-sl > < * clung to Castorla , When she had Chll Jren , , li c vo them Castorla , THE OLDEST MILLISTG FIRM IN THE WEST. For Oread Making or Rolls Wo warrant this brand ot Flour equal to the beat made anywhere in the U. S , ASK YOUR GROCEU FOU IT. Other Brands White LoafEirly Illso B. M. TXSCHUCK , Omaha Agent , 1118 Jackeon .struct. O * S" lliinifarlati Pniccis. ROLLER COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Tlio Larpcut. Fuitrit nml Fined In.f&p World. " < ' HEW VOHFiBLOrNDONDE"rtnTlAlSD 'olLAsOOW. NliW VOICK , ( JIllK.VI/mK'niulNAI'r.liS , At n'Bulnr Intcrvnls. SAIOON , SECOND-CLASS AMD STEERAGE ratlin on lowpst terms It ) nml f nun Iho yrlncliilo nsoicn , EitaLun , IRISH i AIA COHTIHEKIAL MIHTB. r.xfU'SlontlokuU av.iltalilo to return liy elllu'rthoiilo- tm-omiue Clviln .fSnrlli nf Ireland or Xnploi , V llllirultar 'iRs aal Usiey Orim fer i r , Ancnit it I exist Bitii , Applr to nnr uf our. iocnl Apentn or tn Nmu.y ; < ) N JIKOTIIKKS , Chicago , in. FIRSTNATIIHJALBANK OF COUNCIL lj/FFS ( ' ( , IOWA. I'nld Up Canlliil . $ IOI,0I ) ( ) nl < loit oremilieil hink Ma th4 cltr. Forelicn anil ilumeillo I'xc'h'uuj tint oiil locurltlji HtpeJltl attontlon imlil lo collodion * . Acoounli of lirllrla- uttls , biinki. bimkori nml uorpomtlunt tullclu t Curr * poiiU ac In Ylll. , UUO , I' . b.V.S'Hll ) . I'foflilonl. A. W. IUKKMAN. 0 ilil r. A. T. 11IUU. Aiilitant CTTIZENSSTATEBAN Or Council Bluffs. CAPITAL STOCK . $150,003 SURPLUS AND PROFITS . 70.000 TOrAL CAPITAL ANOSURPLUS . $225,003 UIIIBCTOIIH I. A- Mil or. ! < ' . O , ( lleason , R U Shnuurl , \ \ Y II irt.l. [ 1. KdiniiniUon , Uliurlui It , llunnun. Trans. let Kunor.il bunliliiit buil- ncbs. l.ur est uitpltal und nurnlui of any bmr < In boutlnviwtern Iowa. NTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS A woman may seW and a Woman may spin , And a Woman may WorK all day , ButLvfbl S A/TA uW comes into her louse Then vknisfi all troubles aWay. S. W , Cor. 15th and Douglas. That is , thrco lloora in ono buildiiif , ' , anil -Browning , King & Company Clothing- ThoyVo easy to detect from other tnaIces. The people have had a good taste. ThoyVo NOW 1IUNOIJY. That's why wo'ro ) < opt on the jump from " : . ' ! ( ) it. in. till 8 p. in. Just now , the SECOND FLOOK seems to bo the great drawing card. Tliat's our Children's ' Department , And nil the ladies and little folks in town know that a welcome awaits thorn there. Our little beauties , in two and three pioi-o Knee Pant Suits don't look like dry needs More clothing. "They've got a touch and a taste to 'cm , " that bide dealers ain't on to. They're no higher in price , " $2.00 AND UP. - Our Boys' ' and Children's Overcoats. Ilavo a stylish and effective air , caught up from our men's depart ment and PECULIAR lo our own make. SEE TO IT. That your wants in underwear and winter furnishings tire supplied from this the most 'elegant and varied stock in Oinahn. in stylish and novelty neckwear and fine furnishings , we've done past the quarter Btroli'h. For a SWELL OVERCOAT , stylish dress or business fault , bee the boys on tlio first lloor. Send for illustrated catalogue. Reliable Clothiers. S I-3. M. I LVHliMING = . SATURDAYS UNTiL 10 O't'LOUK. WARM WEATHER makes 'W'ARM PRICES HAVE YOU CAUGHT ONV Cox is Selling His Celebrated LEXINGTON LUMP $3.50. LEXINGTON NUT-S3.00. ROCK SPRINGS AND WYOMING ALWAYS IN STOC'IC. 16 Maiii Street. Telephone 48. TWIN CITY STEAM DYE WORKS , G. A. ScnoodsnoU , Proprietor , Olt'icos 021 Broadway , Oounell Bluffs und IBai FaranmSt. , Omaha , Dye , cloixn nnd rofinlsh goods of every description. Packages received ut either office oV at tha Works , Cor. Ave. A and 26th St. Council Bluffs. Send for price Il3t. Merchants who liavu shop-worn or soiled fauricrTof any character can have them redyod and finished equal to now. UKI ) FKATIIKKS KKNOVATKD AND CLKANEO BY STKAM. with the nd most approved machineryatest at los * co t than you over pild COOK'S EIJiCTRICAL SUITUHS Stioclal attention given U ) Klnctrio Hells , Hurular Alarms , Announciators and Incandescent Wiring. WALTER V. COOK , ST. COUNCIL H LUFFS COUNCIL Ill.UI'Vi Galvanized Iron Cornice Works , U. OIIAIII. A , HO.V , 1'UIJ1"S. 1O1D and 1017 Broatlwntj. Killiniilei fiiriililiml on all kinji of lialvutlliil Iron L'ornlco Work. Iron Kiiuriiu , Moro Krnnti un I L'upiiorVurk. . Arll lluvurk u Hpjoialty. I'orr i * puiiileni ulicUvil from i > ulul JOJ mllui from l.'ouu ell UlutJ auU Uuiulio. DR. C. GEE WO , to Rlvo n fmr roasntu why ho Is work- Ink' such wonderful cnrtis whom utlinr ilooton fall. China hns nbout half the pop ilatlnn of th Klotin They hiivi IIIHMI iir.u'Hrlnit ' mid per- footing iniMlluliu < ever i.iiOU YK.\H * . i'liiliiK Niliig ( sop Kni'v. llrlt ) ilNcoviTi'd msvcnty- two JMilsmis und tlielr nntltloti'sS.IM yours tm- furo Ohrlsl , and Muix'o 1'olnlui tirnuKht tha coinpnsi rnmplnl , onu of thu firit KnroMoinso : \ en- ti'iod Clilnii , s.iys : "I'lin'.r pliylr'inis ' havu u thor < niili kiiowlolno of thu naluro of ln'rlu mill an adiiitriilltn slilll In dliiirnnxini ; (17 ( the inline. " ( Pro Wlllurd's MlOdlo Cixulin ) It Is neil known tlijit ciinpowiliT , sionm nnd Plnctrk'ity ai ( > old In t'liltiu , nnd llutt th ( lil- ) IIVHU were printing thulr duili'ntu liooki VOO ycnis before ( liittcnlor ) wus liiiin. lint U was to medicine the Chinese cuva tholr ntti'iitloii. und ivhon tlin iMiiprror Oliln Winns ordari'd all the liooKs In lit > iiiirni'il ho nxcnptfd thu medical works , nml It was only tiy llu * merest , ni'culoiit tlinl llii < K > oiit worMer or Confucius lilmiolf worn saved , lie Imvlnn plui-iHl n MI | of liln works In the rortiur-Mtoiiii of lily residence , which was found i'.UOO yours ufier , Thn celpbriitud tr. llobson s | t"s thut DIIO of tlio Clihu'si' dlspenstilorli's irivci HI'J 1IKUIIAL KKMniliSiilone ) : I'nn J nil wonder jhi'n ut the doctor's sneooss' Tim Unucnslnn pliysicmns all IIHU tlio very "amp ltunu > illi" < and whim you t'limiRo iloctom. In your dl nppolntniuiit itii'l ilhk'iist , yon MH'ioly chan.'o fiees and nsn'rllons but not moJIelncs. When nn Aiiicrlain doctor dls- OOMTS n new ii'ini'dy nil the other > iootor knon uhont , It liiimi-dliitMly. Now , yon know thu Chlni'io Doctor comes from un ultnoit nn- Iinown country , contiilnlnK Hourly half of thn people of the world , nlieru nil tlio inrdlrliius art-entirely illlToiimt , and Iir. ( t. (5eo WoolTon u lowaid of if.Vll.on In anyone- who can duiill- cat any uno of his ( thlnuso Moillclnrs. Do you now coinnioliend tint Hflor uKlnn up nil hope of lioliiK viirod by your doctors , that In taking tlio Chlnosn Doctor'.s Ki > inodos. ! 4,00 ! ) Ill number and ahsolutnly unknown outside ol Chlnn , that lid hits u woniliirful lulvanlUL'n over nil other physician ! . Ills new romnillui ha\u nuver befmo ontorud your Idood nnd HO * on It na If by niagli' . ciirlm ; Ihr dlsuann nnd tenderlnn thu ronin'iixlon rUmr us a. elilld'H. A Mornr.u's STOICY , I inn 02 yeiiis of n.'o ami have sulTorcd Indo- nerlbalik iiKimv fiom iislhnm for many yoars. 1 could niHbloop and had to nit up all nlttlit In a chair. 1 tiiod doctor after doctor but without hoip , and thought somn nlglit I would rlioUo to doutli As u last hopn I tried Dr. U. Goo \Vo. tlio Ulilno o iloclor. ami wim relieved Instantly. In n short tlmo I was cured nnd have nuvtir slneo lieon Iroiibied. I have reason to bless Dr. C. (7en ( Wo. MHS. I' . U. IIIItSH. .Mill SI. , bet..I & I ! . South nmalin. In order to convineo tlio pnbtlo that Dr. O. One Wo can euro any dlso'isn. lin iimki'H tint follciwtnv olfi'r : A ( JI'AKANTK.I ! lo riiliirn the money If arter u fair dial tlio p.illent IH In nny way dissatisfied with treatment. III ) . O. UKn\VO : , IOIh nnd O.illfornlii Slioets. Of- flco hour * , U n. in till U p. in. I'ull Sunday If you ih. N. II. The Doetor has roaily niepnred the following eltflit romodlus : illon I. Kemaln U'uukne s Khrtimatlsm , IndlKe tlon , Lost Manliooil , Sink lleadiiulm , ( i.ituirh , ivnd Kill nov : ind Mvur Jledlelne. I'rlco ( Ml ) . Oall orrlto for quuitlon lilanlc and book Dr. O. Q ° o W . i"f' " ' - IHVv SPECIAL NOTtCES. COUNCIL BLUFFS. "V DTICUIh hi'iuby clvcii lh.it Ilio I'lio'iil ' * L Coal nnd M nlim oompany. Incorporated miller tbo lansof tli > ) Ktato of Nelmmldi. will not lie lesponsiblo forany diilils or liabilities whutsoi'ver lueiilieil slneo .funii'.1 , I8 ! ) | , ether than debts nnd lUhllltlos Ineurri'd tliroiiKh Its duly ( inalllled ollleors. namoly. Joseph Turner , mcsldViit ami , lohn I'rcr- , tioasurer , room UlltMuirlinii hlock , Ciiunell Illutls. la. l'Mu > - nix Coal Mining eompnnv' . per .lolin ITOOSO , Ootnbrr S. Ih'JI. \\7ANTUD Snconil I'oiiU at tlin Model res- ii tiiiintnl , K I'euil St. , UouiK'II ItliillK I OK KENT Tliri > oiiMiioro moms furnished J or iiiifmiiHIii'd , Inquire ) ut TUA l 'lrnl nvnilll' . ANTnVT-Aii assist'int liooUkrowTj inns h \\llllir ; worker. A'ldusi S.-JO , lln nlllrn , ( 'ntinvll IllilIK I/TOU H\irif-l.iiKe"Ti7lclV rirsTili'iii'O , iilci ) J-1 crmimls. und In i-holoo lee itlnn. \ \ 111 ull ut .1 li.iix'ii n If titUun hoon. JithiHtiin A. Van I'attvn , ( niinell Itlnlfii. 7A"NTKn A iilist class faun hand. No. W Seventh struct. I > SI'UOIiu and vaults elo ino 1 liv odorless C s.iiillary prouoss. Leave orders at city S. lUibson /Olt PAljIJ-A flnn 200 iiiTii fill in I" nillci -1 fiom Council UlulTs. * : : IW acres M ) : K ) eiesf.S : 10 , SJ and 10 nero tr.iels. JolinBloo Van I'.itton. CoiimlUiils . HKSTli'urnlHhoil liiiuso nt 7 rooms Third avenue. EXI'f.UT Columbia liloyoli'.S'J Inah , In pui- fuet oidfr. will tiMdii for Kouil flllo. . i-nllliie. O. A.jMUlns. oiineJI mnlHlii. _ _ " "LAIUVOYANCK. mind loading or PNV- lOiiiinutrr. DNoaiiM of nil k nil dliisnouu I nnd tioateil with hot InillH iiiid miiHsago. All lutti'i-s pramntly uiHwniod. Ullli-o lionra. Ha m. to 1) ) p. ID , No. ll ' iivoniiu ! - , nnnr I'or. IMh street. , r IOH BiU.K nr Unit liinili'ii ' Jiinrt with JL1 hoiiMs ) , by .1. It. Itlco. lot Main st. , Cnnnoll lllulTx. " \vT mlu'rlul ittuliiinl M < I" Stnvo. The most durable , eeonomlent. i-l.jan , llnrHt bakers and hn.itun over niluifil iho , iiiiillo. Wo uio nlHo imouls lor Inoctiti bralcd I' . P. Mewiut himtliiit and < 'o i din ; ttnvos. Dent full too ill and ei > us If . vim want a Move \\u nio iilutihoa lo bliow our uoons lo uvery onu Hhetliei you 1110 ro dy to purcliaw or not t'an hull on Ilio liiHtailmenl plun wlion do- hiied WoHiuiieh the m irKiilij nnd olli-r tlio Irht vuluu for tin ) n onov , whether it Is in a liaojeooh Hlovo or * ili.iW t ol i.in'o. . t > li > fk < ; < ili- , U MAIN Kimnr. _ ' " A'TiEf RIFIED' WOMAN ! Kur the next TWO WUKKS theio will boon ox- hlbltlon ai : ) llroadw.iv A .MiVUVKIiDUS MJJtlOSITY , A Woman Turned to Stone ! Honiuthliu tlrit lim : In lie seen lo ho appreci ated. The onlv I'otnllod WOMIIIII on ICxhibltloii In the Woihl. \\'K OU.\IIANIII : : HATISTAI IIDS on' MONEY Kl'FIIMIIIII. It if , a wonderful Human fossil , a perfectly polilllul woman , perfect In utury fOaturo and form , lib if Hho h.id droppeil iihloup In rosy health nnd been 'timed Into stonii by itomo wiuldiil mii' leliin I was fimn.l near I'Vubno ' , ( al. . In n locality iliat h is turned out inoro \\imiluffnl petrllaeiloiK than Ilio nnoloi'onli- nent , HeloiilllK ) Invustltfiition Is uouriiilwl'liy ! ,11'lans admitted froo. Open for ladles or icimlleinen. AdmlM-tlon lOe ( Jhlldiiiii fw. 27 MAIN STREET. Oliver ( J II.J.iciuoniln | k ( o.'i .lowjlrySloro THE GKRAND Council Bluffs , la. THIS KLKGANrTTY Al'I'OINTICI ? HOTEL IS NOW Ol'EN. N. W. TAYLOR , Manager.