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f rcllvrreilty Cnrrlcr In i ny pnrtof IhoClty.
IluMnrnODlcc No. 41
N , V. Plumbing Co.
C . H. Water Worki Co.
Hernovcd to BO Pearl street.
Council Hluffs Lumber Co. , cool.
Craft's clmtffl loans. CO ! Sapp block.
nurhorn'sdiamonds , watches , holldaygOods.
The Union Veteran Logton and the ladies
of the Union Veteran Loiflon will bold the |
regular meeting this evening.
M rriago hconies wcro Isiucd yesterday to
Joseph E. Sennit * and Murlo Xdvoruk , both
of Omnhn. and .lames J. Murphy and
Ilachel M. Howcn , both of this city.
Ferdinand Casper and Miss ICatlo Gormely ,
both of this city , were married last evening
M the residence of L. A. Casper on East
Plsrco street. Thov will reside in Council
Mrs , J. D. Hnywood , wlfo of ono of the
oldest settlers of Pottawattatnlo county , died
Monday night at 10-IO : o'clock at her resi
dence east of thn city , aged 711 years. The
funeral.will take place today , iho remains
being interred la the Garner township cnmo-
The regular council mooting of Pottawat-
tnmio Tribe No. 21 , Improved Order of lied
Men , will bo hold this evening in their wlg-
watn , corner Hroadwnv and Alain street , at 8
o'clock. A full atlondanco Is desired. A
special program of entertainment has been
A telegram has been received by Mrs. Sam
uel Clinton , corner of HlufT street and Wil
low nvonuo , announcing the death of her
fatncr , Daniel Whcoler , who loft hero a short
time ago to llvo with another daughter In
California. Ho was .73 years of ago at the
time of his death.
J. A. Sobern , a pigmy measuring six feet
eight Inches in height , und N. J. Miller , wore
brought bolero Justice Swearingon yester
day to answer to the Charge of fighting.
Itoth wcro found guilty and lined $ U.r ) > 5.
Prolixity runs In the Soborn famtlv. Ho
claims to have sovcn brothers , all of whom
are taller than ho by anywhere from two 10
twulvo inches.
Finloy Uu.-ko argued the J. C. Abbott cat
tle case all day vosterday m iho district
court. James McCubo Is the only attorney
yet to speak , but the other attorneys say
that bo will not allow himself to bo out-
lalkod ny Mr. Hurko , so Iho prospects are
Hint the entire day will bo occupied with his
argument. In the meantime tho-Juryinoa
arc praying for the end. As soon ns the cat
tle casoi'i completed tlio criminal docket will
probably bo taken up.
Arrangcmonts'aro being rapidly pushed to
completion far the bill lo bo given In I no
Masonic temple Ton Christmas night bv the
HlufT City Typographical union. Tickets
nro selling inpldly , nnd the prospects nro
that the attendance will bo as largo as on
any former occasion. These having the
nITuir in churgo announce that no ono will bo
allowed to dance dining the first part of the
program unless In full mask.
May Thompson was brought across the
river fiom Omaha yesterday and arraigned
before Justice Hammer , on iho charco of
keeping a house of ill fiimo. Her bond was
lixcd at & ! ' ) , nnd s.o will have n preliminary
hearing 'his morning at 10 o'clock. It is the
Impression of these who have watched the
case , that the bottom will fall out of it when
It comes to trial , as Iho Thompson woman is
biilil to have money enough to buy her
freedom. If the prosecution goes , however ,
it wlil probably moan n term ( n the
penitentiary for her , ns the offence with
which she Is charged is a felony , under the
Iowa laws.
Dowltt's Llttlo Early Risers , boil pilli
Frost Queen and Santa Clans want tepee
pee you at Hughes hall Wednesday even
ing , December ! iO.
The only kindergarten in tlio city is
in the Men-lam block , next to the Yountr
Men's Christian association. Experi
enced teachers and only one-half usual
rates are charged.
l'jil ! > UA .1 / . 7M ISAIllt.ll'lIH.
Oscar Younkeman is reported dancorously
111 at his homo in the easteen part of the city.
A. A. Parsons loft last tneht for a ousinoss
triii throuL'h Arizona and Now Mexico.
Hornlo Wlckham returned yesterday from
Denver , where ho has been for several
months past , nnd will spend tuo holidays at
Jiirviswild blackbarrv is the host.
Holiday oo IH.
Remember that Do Ha von has one of
the most , elegant blocks of holiday novel
ties in tlio city. It surpasses all former
yours both in beauty and low prices.
Call and see them.
An Old Timor in 'I rouble.
T. E Daniels , who has achieved consider
able notoriety at different times by
bis connection with a number of
crooked deals which are alleged lo
have been committed by him while
acting as agent for a hospital of this city , is
la trouble again. The same old charge Is
nmdo against him , that of obtaining
money under false proteases , and the
complainant is Mrs. NcIT , who lives at
Walnut , In the eastern part of thiscounty. .
It Is alleged that Daniels Induced Mrs. NulT
lo glvo u note tor $100 In return for BIX
months' trout men t of her son at the hospital ,
young Ncff being aflllctcd with consumption.
Ho held out plowing nruspccts before the
sick man and his mother , tolling them ho
was mire the treatment would do good , nnd
bv this sort of talk ho succeeded In getting
hold of the note wtlh Mrs. Noff's Mgnalura
attached. The young man staved at the
hospital for a short tlmo , when lie died all
efforts lo save bun being In vain.
Mrs. Nod tried to have Daniels glvo up
the noto. out ho refused to do so. She then
went before the grand Jury at Us last session
In AVOCII , and had him indicted. Ho has
been at largo over slnco that time , but was
arrested nnd brought In Sunday night. Ho
Is now In the county ] all here , but will betaken
taken to Avoca today.
Genuine tortoise shell combs at Btir-
Mandel it Kline will move their en
tire stock to Sioux Citv January 1.
Until lhat time you can buy furniture ,
Btovos , carpets , at your own price.
Suit AK'iiiiHt ' the City.
Leonard Everett , ns administrator of t o
fsttito of Horace Everett , has commenced
a t > nlt m iho dlstllct court against the city ,
Count r Treasurer J. H. Plumor and J. J.
Shua lo prevent bis liomostoad at the corner
01 Eighth street ami Second avenue from
being sold for taxes. Ho claims that when
tlio newer as put in it wus not placed on
the right grade so that It was too low to
have the cellar connected with U. Ho was
charged not only with the main sewer , out
also with Iho cost of the inlets. Ho
was willing to pay his assessment
for iho main sewer , but as iho
Inlets were never of any usa to
him ha declined to pay for thorn. The
county treasurer refused lo taUu any of the
tax unless he could have It all , and udvor-
ttscd the property for sale. It was purchased
by J. J. Shea at auction. Evoralt now asks
nn Injunction restraining iho county treas
urer Irom giving a deed , and also us Its that
the sale be declared null and void.
Gliiiiico of n Lifetime.
Tuesday afternoon from 2:110 : to 4 \ \ m.
wo will boll for cash , these elegant .lap-
niwto teapots tilled with " one pound of
line tea , worth from" $1.00 to $2.00 ,
at 5o oaoh. Positively only ono teapot
old to each customer. Lund Bros. , ' . ' ; <
Main struct.
Jarvis 1877 brandy , purest , safest , host.
Walnut hloclc.coul , * l.2'i per ton. Delivered
livered anywhere in city. Carman's
700 Main street.
We have our own vlnoyitrds la Cnllfor
niu , Jarvit Wino company , Co. Blullj
Mis. E 'J. fhubart Arrestid On a Ohirgj
of Shoplifting.
hlio Con Tensed Her Guilt null Itcg cil
to lie lCocincl ! : Tnscon to Jail
nnd Ucleinct : On
Mrs. E. J. Shubort , one of the boil known
residents or the western pirtof tlio city , wa
taken In cnnrgo jo < tcrui y ntornooi ) by Cap
tain Martin of the police force on request of
John Hcno , who charged her with appro-
printing nbout 310 worth of goals from hiss
store. MM. Shu bert had boon mulling
some purchases In the sloro , anil xomo
of her movements had excited the
suspicion of the clerk who was wait-
mjr upon her. After looking nbout the
store for some tlmo she loft ntul xvas
Just gotttiiK Into her buefiy when the proprie
tor called her back. Wiien she wa Inside
the bulldliiRsho was charced with- having
stolen a lot of Roods of various kinds. When
confronted she at once willed and confessed
overriding. In the hand bag she carried
were loun'd thrco pair of line hose , a towel
nnd a line splasher , the value of it all being
(9. ! ) . " . She confessed that she had stolen the
stuff , but protested that It was her Jh'st
offense und nslccd to DC allowed lo depart In
pcaco. She was tnkcn to the city jail , where
her naino was entered UDOII the city marshal's
books as Mrs. K. Smith , at her request , and
stiu was cbarued with larceny from a build-
in K.
K.Mi * . liono claims that the lady has been
currying on the same kind of a ciune fora
long tlmo past , nut ho has never find quite so
clear n casa iiituitist her as now. lie has
long been satisfied , however , Unit she was
KiilltV. When bo heard that a false numo
had been entered upon the city marshal's
register ho at once sot out for the station to
have a correction m.ulo. lln staled that ho
was not anxious to parade Mis. Shubert's
ollonsu In iho newspapers , butatlho snmo
time ho did not propose to liavo the Smith
family bear the blame. Mrs. Shubort will
have a Ihcarlng before Justice Swearingen
this morning.
Our importiition order this season
was laraor than wo expected. On n few
lines of liolidny goods wohuvo put wricos
on same to make them move. Look ut
the price list until Christmas or ut least
IIH long as they last. Wu are also hav
ing now prices on our coats , it will pay
you to see them.
Wo have them and at the right prices.
See show window and prices on them.
The new Rus-sian fur doll , 112c { ; largo
kid body dolls at ioo ! , loc , doc , SI.00 ,
$1.7.5 and SiOO. See dressed dolls at He ,
lOc , Me. 800 and $1.00. Beautiful dolls
with sillc dresses ut $ i50.
30-inch doll ut 0c. ! ) don't miss tliom ;
others at $1.00 and M.OO each. Wo
have over 150 cloven dolls in stock largo
enough fora wholesaler.
Wool dolls , nigtrer dolls , dancing dolls ,
talking dolls , Indian dolls , clown dolls ,
evervthing made in the line.
Complete line of views with each , 50c ,
81.00 , 92.0$8.00 ( ) , $1.00.
Our stoclc is overloaded and we make
n clean sweep in this line.
fiOc blackboards , 2oc.
Ooc blackboards , ! i ! > c.
OOc black-boards. ' 15c.
1'ricos cut right in two.
15-inch easel , 2oc.
6-foot easel , -ISc.
0-foot otibol , ( > 9c.
( i-foot fancy easels , $1.00 and $1.75.
Bamboo ta'bles , 453 to o8c.
Wo have not space to give you an in
ventory of everything wo have , but will
show you a good assortment of guns ,
drums , chairs , tables , trunks , wagons ,
writing desks , baby carriages , wash
sets complete , bureaus , etc. , etc. Wo
handle the largest line of baskpts in the
city. It must beso , for every one who
looks over our line expresses their opin
ion in our furor. Baf-kotrf from Japan ,
baskets made by the Indians , baskets
from Russia in fact , everything now ,
cute and cunning in willow ware will bo
found in this department.
All wool nowmarkets , plain stripe nnd
plaids-U 00 to $7.50 , at $2.-15 ; $7.00 to
$12.00 at 91.1)5 ) ; $15.00 to $20.00 at $7.50.
$1.2to $5..j ( ) at Si 75 ; $ ( ( .50 to $8.00 at
$ . ' 5.25 , all wool plaids and stripes.
$11.00 to $ .J.OO'jackotb for $1.08.
Fur triuimed jackets , former price ,
$1--.00 ) and $18.00 "for $12.00 , trimmed
with nstrakan and mink.
$5.00 to $7.50 jackets at $3.05.
$0.00 , $10.00 and $12.00 jackets , reefer
fronts , in beaver and Clay worsteds ,
Vest front jacket , English beaver
cloth , $12.00 quality for $0.00 , $15.00
uualitv ' for $10.00 , $19.00 quality for
$0.00 jacket , hip scam , heavy cheviot ,
$12.00 and Slo.OO hip seam jackets ,
$7.50 each.
$12.00 Walker plush j tickets , $8.00.
$15.00 Walker plush ; tickets , $10.00.
$17.50 Walker plush jackets , $12.00.
$20.00 Walker plush Jackets , 815.00.
$22.r > 0aml 52.1.00 Walker plush jack
ets' , $10.50 BOSTON STORE.
Council BlulLs , la.
Roller , the tailor , alO Broadway , has
all the latest stylea and now winter
goods. Satisfaction in every respect
Hosiilts of the
The members of tlio Woman's Christian
association deslro to express thanks to nil in-
itlvldiinls , companies airl organizations who
assisted to make the ox position a success ,
both socially and Ilimnclnlly. "Our rocnlpts
wcro Iiuyond all expectations , nml for tlio re
sult wo return our sincere thanks to one anil
all who participated In the entertainments.
Ily request wo make the following statement
us roparJs Iho financial success of thu sev
eral organizations which served dinner slid
( .upper HI ttio exposition :
1'irst Methodist tnilli's Ml 10
I'Uth lutiiino and Ki\vni-th | Methodist
t ludliH and Marrk'd 1tidies'iSuelal wid
ely :8 : 00
CiiiiKioualluiinl nml C-'hnstlfui 1.idles OJ IS
I'ro-.bytorhin ladles Ul NJ
Kplsi-oiml lndh'S M Ol
Iadit's1 Hulluf corns ill 10
I'lru Una lluieaii lluptlbt M 10
Total ft ; ? IS
Everyllilnu new in the line of holiday
{ joods at Davit * ' rtrujj sloro. Ho has ttio
largest stock and lowest prices in tlio
cltv. His stock la ail new and fresh ,
and must bo bold. If you are looking
for holiday goods it will pay you to call
and examine his stock before purchad-
lnTt ( ,
\'ory handsomeClirihtmas novelties at
Do Haven's nothing poor or trashy.
Dr * WoodlnirydonllstHiio.xt to Grand
hotel ; tine work a Hpceiatty. Telo. Ma
If the story tol'd by Peter Jensen , who
Keeps a cigar store iuar ] the corner of IIroad
way und Uryniit trouU , in true , A. Sim h ,
who keeps a saloon next door , tin * beau work-
In f a neat fc-umo on him for tome tlmo past.
Jensen hii ; a boy nntnoil Olirls Ctomarnon in
his omoloy , nnd ho claims that Smith has In-
liticod the "boy to steal a box of clean now
and ttion and bring thorn in to him , Smtin
paying nltn for thum with a drink of bcor.
Just how long thii sclK.nn has bean worked
on him Jonnon does not know , but yesterday
ho caught the boy In the act and decided to
put a MOD to it lie Hied an Information In
Justice Swoarlneon's court charting Smith
with the larceny of n box of clear * , and
Smith will b.ive a hearing today. Tno boy
has not been arrested , but will 1'o.hold as a
witness. _
The Dickens XVI li Ho > k .
See our now price list on books while
they last :
Dickens , lo volumes , $2.01) ) , publishers
price $0.00.
Thackeray , 10 volurffcs , $2.119 , pub
lishers price $ ) .00.
Elliot , 0 volumes , $ I.-1S , publishers
price $ . ' 1.00.
Doro , Illustrations , Dos , publishers
price * ( ) .00.
Webster's Unabridged , original , half
Russia , $1 10.
Life of Christ , $1.33. .
Elsie series ( Martha Pinloy ) , SOc ,
worth ! )3e. )
Best of all our $10.00 "Family Bibles"
sold for fO.OO , and agents price $15,00 , to
go ut $3.59.
Encyclopedia Britanniea , English ,
cloth , 25 volumes , $2 * > .00 , a complete re
print of the old Edinburgh edition ;
Fair God , $1.17 ; Bon Ilur , OSc ; Shake
speare , Byron , Moore , complete $1.19. ;
Everything in a book department to bo
found at Oiir store at our usual leading
prices. "Tho Cute'1 sowing machine ,
$1.60 ; bo careful you don't pay $2.50 for
the same machine. BOSTON STOW : ,
Council Bluffs , la.
On deck. Hart with a line line of hol
iday goods. 10 Pearl street.
Solid silver and plated ware for less
money than anywhere else in the city at
E. Burhorn's , 17 Main street.
Finn ! Ilcporl of" the Committee Ail-
pointed by the School Hoard.
A special mooting of the school board was
held last evening with all the members pres
ent excepting Stacy. Chairman Waite of the
committee on buildings and grounds
reported that the removal of the partitions in
the High school , as proposed , would onlail
considerable cxpenso upon the district , and
ho wanted the opinions of the other mem
bers. Superintendent Sawyer reported that
ho oxpecteu forty or more now scholars
In tho" High school at the beginning of
next term and this would increase the total
attendance to such an extent that something
must bo dona to Increase the capacity of the
room. The chairman of the committee on
supplies was Dually instructed to plnco forty
new seats in the assembly room instead of
cnlargine the room as proposed. Chairman
Will to also reported that ho had placed $3,000
lusuranco on the Harrison street school.
Chairman Hunter of tbo llnonco committee
made the following report of the balances in
too hands of the treasurer on December 1(1 ( :
Teachers' fund , ? . ' ) ) , ( ! ' , ' . ) . ; school house fund ,
$ r > ,3Si.77 ; contingent fund , ) , IKW. 10. The
committee , consisting of Wclh , Wnito and
Schoentgcn. which was appointed to make
an Investigation of the alleged Irregularities
In connection with ttio coal matter , made a
report , the substance of which was as fol
lows :
Tlip tntfinent of II. A. Cox. together with
nelvh llekelh ami bills show deliveries to the
amount of $1.4.11 ! U. from which Mr. Cox has
deducted for overcharge , n cents per ton on
: L1iOli uoiimls billed as Centei ville , but vhMi
was not Cei.torvllle , tM.GS ; coal returned as of
Inferior quality , Hi 4-10J : ! tons , tlT-J.O.x One
inan'u time , three and one fourth days , { l.bn :
total. f.lJ'-Mu ; leaving a balance of W"J.G'J.
I'lorn this balance the committee ) recom
mended ilf'diifllni ! Hems as follows : Over
charge In weight by giving wrong weight of
wagon on coal nelKhed by L. M. Shubort. ' . ' ,470
pounds aniLuntlng to $4.Oil : expense of mov
ing coal , { Uu.tn : bill of 1C. II. Armstrong for
rlicekliiiT nnd weighing cdul luturncd , ilU ;
d.rt and sliuMc , f.W.40 ; tolal. $1X1.31 , leaving a
balance of ! 70t.48. !
l-'or the pnipose of removing coal from the
Hill building six whuolburiowa and live
shovels wore purchased , and It is recom
mended lhat these articles be placed at Mr.
Con's disposal , the bills havlne been charged
In the above expense account , and that upon
his receipting In full the above amount ,
{ 7G0.4be ! paid to him.
Shubert protested ncalnst that part of the
report which was calculated to cast a reflec
tion upon his integrity in weighing Iho coal.
Ho said that most of the weighing was done
by n clerk , and that ho had the cleric's
statement in his pocket. Hunter moved that
the report bo adopted nnd iho bill
paid as recommended. The motion was car
ried unanimously. Superintendent Sawyer
reported the enroll neat for the past month
ns follows : Hoys , 1K'J ( ; girls , 1,70S ; total ,
y.IiOO. Total enrollment for the year , 3,887 ;
nvcraeo for ten months , . ' 1,0-8.
The president reported that ho had entered
Into n contract with \V. > V. Wallace for fur
nishing the coal supply for the remainder
of the year , Wallace giving a fl.OOO
bond for ttio faithful oerfornmnco
of his sbaro of the same. Wallace also
agreed to toke back all coal found lo be noi
according lo tlio contract , and to consent to
the abrogation of the contract in case ho
persisted in violating his agreement.
. .Caligraph Writing Machine has a kfcy fo.i
each charactir , and no shift carriage.
De Haven has his usual stock of beau
tiful do'Is. ' They are worth seeing and
way down In prices.
Commercial men. Hotel Gordon the
best $ - house in Council BlufTs.
Biggest bargains in holiday goods in
the city at E. Burhorn's.
It is a well known fact-thai nooule can
pot bettor grods for less money at E.
Burhorn's than any other place in the
city. Go and bo convinced yourselves.
Want to liny Manawn.
Prof. W. M. ( Jroan of Shenandoah has been
in the city for the past da } ' or two looking
over Ibo locations whirh have been pointed
out by the representatives of the Board of
Trade for his normal school , which It Is now
one of the highest ambitions of the board to
secure for Council DltilTs. The silo which Is
now looked upon wtlh the greatest favor Is
Manawit. An elTort Will be mndo to gel pos
session of the town itself and do away with
the pleasure resort feature of It , the expenses
necessary for the purchaseof iho ground
and the erection of the buildings to ho paid
bv the ciluens of the IJlulTs , Tnu cost of
this Is estimated at about f 10,000 , and the
task of raising nils sum will probably bo as
sumed by the Hoard of Tiado.
It Is Killed lhat a dllliciilty has arise' ) be
tween Prof. Groan and the citi/.ons of Shenandoah
andoah whl.'h is likely to cause the former
homo trouuln in making his iniended de
parture from his present ho inn. Nine years
ngo an agreement was entered into between
the citien.and tlioso who started the Insti
tution to thu olTuct that f 15.000 worth of In-
surnnco should bo liopt on the buildings for
len years In favor of Iho citizens , so thai In
case of a llru Iho cllins could rebuild , and
Ihus relam thn school In iholr locality. It U
claimed that Prof. Clean bus kept only fJlO-
00 ! ) on the building dining all the tinio hu
has had oharge of the school , ho having been
ignorant of the conditions Imposed. The
citizens now claim iho Insurance , and > > o
does Prof , ( 'ioan , iho rebult tieing that lltl-
tatlon may possloly result which will prevent -
vent any Immediate action being taken.
A very small plh , tmi a vary good one. Do-
Witt's llttlo Early Ktturt.
Bulk oysters "oo quart at C. O. D.
_ _ _ _
Sirlokmi will A'cipl'vy.
Colonel John Fox , a well unown citizen
and old soldier , had H sijvoro stroke of
apoplexy yesterday morning about 'J o'slock
at his residence , corner of Washington avenue -
nuo and Kavonth slruot. Foranoutnn hour
ho lav unconscious , and it was feared t.iat ho
would not come out of it. ilu rallied ,
however , and a few hours hit r hud another
similar attack. At noon ho wus vtiltod ugam
in the sumo mnnnor and his Irlunds feared
that oaith lit of uncoi.hciousnoss would tuUu
him off. HU physician wus with him inmost
constantly , and at lust ho wim considered out
of danger. Last evening he was resting
easily and it is thought bo will recover.
Result of Ohriithn Effoti to Assist
Needy Families.
" " "
\ \ hut the Co-Oier.\tlvo | Charities Will
Oo lor the Ojonnlon"i-lilHt of
null t'io Io-
Christmas cheer will come Friday morn
ing to many a poor and disconsolate soul
through tbo agency of the Omaha Mission
and iho Co-opcratlvo Charities.
White the streets and largo stores nro
crowded with people of wealth nnd others in
good clrcumstnn os buying what holiday
presents they deslro to inako hearts happy
there ate others who can do nothing but walk
by with lingering looks and downcatt recol
lections at the displayed and Inviting show
"What would boa suitable present for her 1
What would bo a mco present for him ?
Womior If this diamond would suit ) Is this
Jewel too cheap I" and other such queries do
not tax or bother thu minds of a great man } ' .
Among the poor , father * ar thinking what
they can do to bring a llttlo brightness Into
tholr household as iho day draws near ;
mothers nro harassing their minds to get
hold of something ; children are walling with
expectant fancies of what the day \vlll
bring forth , nnd slill many a poor heart will
bo disappointed.
With these the yule log will not bo largo.
It will not have that bright and cheerful
blazo. There will not bo ttio happy family
circle around the hearth. There will not bo
thu kind and good naturcd old grandfather to
relate his pioneer Christmas stones to the
children. There will bj no turlioy dinner ,
nor will there bo a merry Christmas. But
some the poor and needy as they have
boon found by the Co-operalive Charities ,
will bo cheered to a certain extent.
lor the Poor.
Instead of having the usual Chrlstin as trco
for the poor the association decided to have
its agents look uti those in want and ascer
tain what thoj wcro In absolute need of.
Many case ; , of destitution have been found
nnd reported. Tlioy will not bo forgotten.
Their needs will bo supplied and many a
destitute person will bo nuido happy.
Among the poor families visited Is Mrs.
Amelia Stein , a German who resides nt
mil ) , In an alloy between Ilo.vard nnd Jack
son and Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets.
She has a familv of thrco to support , asldo
from herself. Two years ago an unknown
person left a baby on her door stop and she
has kept und supported It ever since. She Is
a needy woman nnd wants coal , groceries , a
pair of shoes for herself and clothing for the
U-.voar-old baby.
Mrs. L , . IvOo'nlg of 1321 Keavonworth street
is also n German , nnd has n family of chil
dren two boys and two sirlb tno oldest being -
ing 14 and the youngest 0 years. For the 0-
year-old boy she wants a sulfof clothes , over
coat and shoes ; pair of shoes for the H-yoar-
old boy , a cloak for the ( i-yenr-old girl , and
shoes and stockings for all. .
John Elsassur of 1121 Sou'th ' Tenth street
has a family of six , whos'ouges range from
! ! to II ) . Ho is sick with ; consumption and
bis wife Is obliged to support the family by
washing. They are in noHd of utidcrwnar
for the suit of clothes for '
girls , a a 'J-ycar-old
oov and a pair of shoes for a 13-ycur-old
'J'ho husband of Mrs. Martha Hornllius of
2S21 Creighlon avenue , shpl 'himself a year
ago while insane. Thoro'is ' a family of three
childron- ono boy 10 years of ago and two
girls 12 and -I. Mrs. Horntllus wortts In a
Jackson street steam luuildr ? for a living.
She needs n pair of shoes for the oldest girl
nnd both girls want rubber overshoes. The
boy want's a pair of panls. '
Ot'icr Xce'ily Cases.
Another needy case is that of Mrs. McDor-
molt of H21 North Sixteenth street. She has
two little girls who' need clolhlng. The
woman also wants clothing und groceries.
She is n tall , fee bio woman and Is obliged lode
do washinc for a living.
Mrs. EdSaundcrs of 1212 South Fourteenth
street is n sickly German woman with thrco
children to support. The family needs
groceries , a 5-yoar-old girl shoes and a 2-
yoar-old boy shoos ?
Sixty-live years old is Mrs. Wesley , who
lives nt Iho northeast corner of Eighteenth
and Cuining street in the rear of a harness
shop. Hecflntly she has been , nearly starved.
She needs both food and clothing.
A man named Kooves is'strickcn with la
grippe nt his home , lliO'J Nicholas street. Ills
wife washes for a living. Ills want Is a
Christmas dinner.
Among the others who need groceilos ,
clothing , shoes and coal are the following :
Mrs. Miller , bOt ! North Twentieth street ;
Peter Gossln , icar 1511 ! Burl : A. Kosenquest ,
HOIS youth Nineteenth : Mrs. Foster , 021
North Twentieth ; F. Harmon , alloy between
Seventh nnd Eighth and Marcy and Leaven-
worth ; Andrew Jackson , colored , 70'J South
Thirteenth street ; . I. D. Bolan , 7011 Marey ;
Mary lirown , 707 South Eleventh ; Adolph
Isabel , Eleventh a-.id Nicholas ; Mrs. Burk ,
bOi North Kevcntcolh ; Eliza Webb , 50.1 Web
ster ; Mrs. Scanlon , 711 North Seventeenth.
Mrs. Yorby , 810 North Sixteenlh.
Up lo the present tiino Iho Co-oporatlvo
Charities , which has its headquarters for ro-
colving goods , old clotblncr and provisions at
Hi ) : South Fifteenth htreet , has received the
following donations for the uoor :
Ijlst oft lie
A friend , one parcel boy's clothing ; Mrs
Huinor , IUI South Twenty-sixth street ,
three parcels clothing ; a ludy friend , parcel
clothing ; Mrs. KCJS , 1520 Madison avenue ,
puiccl clothing ; Mrs. Montgomery , fi02
South Thlrly-blxlh street , clothing ; A. H.
Uriggs , hatlor , one dozen boys' caps ; BOIIIO
llttlo children , oarccl toys ; cash , $1.25 ; Mrs.
Udell , 1511 ! Howard street , two parcels
underwear ; Mr.Vhltlng North Fif
teenth street , parcel shoos ; a
friend , pair pants ; William Cox , ono
parcel clothing ; a friend , parcel clothing ; a
friend , parcel shoes , dresses and underwear ;
a friend , parcel clothinc ; Mrs. Trunsal ,
boulh Omaha , parcel underwear ; n friend ,
ono do/on girli hoods , 1810 Chicago street ,
ono parcel clothing : George A. Joplln , fiOO
Christmas ar.d Now Years cards ; Frojcrlck
& Co. , batters , ono dozen caps ; Mrs. Charles
M. Trultt , 310 North I'wonty-sueond street ,
quantity of provisions ; n friend , basket
clothing ; Omaha Hag company , onu bundle
paper and gunny bags.
The following namco persons have prom-
Ibcd dinners for these In tieoil of thorn :
Mrs , Fred it. iSlcUomipll , Mrs. Soavoy ,
Mrs. Hurry Duuul , Mrn. Fred Gray , Mrs.
Strung. MI-H. Halbacn wo ) , Mrs. L , , Hur-
num , Mrs. Frank Johnson , Mrs. Up.mgo ,
Mrs. Cicorgo Patei-son , Mrs. Francis Wns-
suis , Mrs. Kuonlg , Mr * ' Ijams , Mrs. Ezra
MUlard , Mr * . Adolph Mej or. Mrs. Clement
Chase , Mrs. C. S. Montupinory , Mrs. J. 11.
Melklo , Mrs. Lehmann , Mrs. It. lilngwalt ,
Mrs. McCord , MM. Kiiu.itrielt , MM. Howard
Smith , Mrs. It. H. W 111)400 ) , Mrs. C. O. Lo-
bcck , Mrs Otto Lob qk , Mrs. Prltchott ,
Mrs. F. Adlor. Mrs. Mm.int. Mrs. J. Huuinan ,
Mrs. Elinor Frank , Mrs. Clnrrf Gapen. Mrs.
Dr. Mercer , Mrs. Oanliold. Mrs. Lewis
KaipKo , Mm. A , Hollyf , Mrs. J. M. Tburs-
ton , Mrs. John A. VV'ajiytluId , Mrs , Dana
Liur.Uor. ,
' .Vafarj.iJurji i
heuduchusin iuliuua'At all dru lilj
I'roiliioi ) Men In SOSH'OM
Twenty produce and commission merchants
of the state assembled in thu parlors ol the
Uellonc hotel lust , night and wern in session
until 12 o'clock. Tbo meeting wus presided
over by J. V. Chandler of Lincoln and G. E.
Husked of Fremont ucled us secretary. Mai
lers pertaining lo Iho 'nutual benefit of the
well I are of iho commission men were dis
cussed in an informal way.
It was the uener.il opinion of those present
that hoinblhlng shpnld ha done lo Induce
furircr.1 und producers of bailer and eggs lo
make u boiler qktllly und llnor grade of
The next meeting of the coipmUslon men
will ho hold the second Monday In Fobruarv
ul Lincoln.
Ouil w y in O I iliotnr.
GvriiaiR , Okl. , Dec. 22. By courier from
Chandler U Is le.mied lhat in that city and
the near surrounding country U n band of
outlaws and murderess who already have
nearly killed two men and robbed icveral
If we don't duplicate any Suit or Overcoat from $5 to $ S less than
offered by any house in Council Bluffs or Omaha ,
The time is getting shorter , you must come quick , or else you
miss'this chance of a lifetime to buy goods at you own price.
olhers. The ofllcers nro on iho alert and will
brim ; all offenders to Justice. Sheriff Parker
of county A lodged two colored men In the
Logan counly J-iil this morning. Tlioy are
charged with aitempt to commit murder.
sin. o L.x KK A i
Problems tliat the General Mnnngci *
Will be AHko'l to Solve.
S. H. II. Clark , ecneral manager of the
tjnion Pacific and Missouri Pacific railways ,
is in the city , and is overwhelmed with busi
ness needing his attention , the result of an
accumulation of matters during the past two
Ainong these are the dUputo between the
Missouri Pacific and the Burlington nbout
the use of the bridge across the
Missouri at Platlsmouth. It is expected that
this controversy and its dependent questions
will bo definitely settled In a conference with
General Manager Holdrego of the H. & M.
In Missouri Paciilc circles it is believed that
nothing will- come from this conference ex
cept to clinch the existing situation , and
uontlcnien who nro within earshot of thn
Llirone express the opinion that it will un
doubtedly result in the building of
another bridge for the Missouri Pacific.
The Board of Trade committee will also
call on Mr. Clark to urge n potilion lor a re-
duclion of the bridge loll on oast-bound ship
ments of merchandise from Omaha in order to
enable the Iowa roads to glvo the joobers of
this city as low a rate as Council Bluffs en- ,
loys. _
KememlH-roil Mr. Itatlitmn.
Mr. C. M. Kathbun of Atohisou , nsuporin-
iondcnt of the Missouri Pacific , wus in Oma-
: ia today and will go back homo with n lively
recollection of the esteem In whlctt hois held
ijy fellow employes at tnls nolnl. Ho was
called into the olllco of J. O. Pull-
.ippl yesterday morning , and as that
fcntloman arose with a preliminary "ahem"
: ho working force of the ofllco gathered
about In attentive attitude.
Mr. Pbillippi made a neat presentation
speech full of such stock terms as "friend
ship" and "ostoom , " and handed Mr. Uath-
uun a package as "a Christmas momenta of
; hu commercial department , appreciative of
the superintendent's cordial co-oporatlon. "
Mr. Hathbun begun to return thanks , but
when the wrapper of the package flow open
10 wilted. There was a lurid necktie that
would answer for a danger signal , and In it
was u pin calculated to fill Alvin Joslin with
envy. In the center of the pin blaicd a chunk
of glass as big as a Ivohinour , nnd it wus en
closed < u a circle of.smaller brilliants of Iho
same sort.
l the Traolr.
The Union Pacific's east bound passenger
train No. U loft the rails at Grand Island
vosterday afternoon and ran several hun-
Ited feet ou the ties bjforoconnng to a stand-
Fortunately none of the coaches wore over
turned , and the principal damage waste
to the trucks and platform steps.
Mono of the passengers wcro Injured beyond
a shaking up , and they were Irunsforred lo
other cars for Iho Journnv to Omaha.
There seems to bo some mystery nbout.what
caused the train to leave the rails , but the
supposition is that there was something
wrong about a switch.
Notes nml I'cronais.
J. II. Howe , agent for the Elkhorn at Pro-
nont , was iii Iho city yesterday.
Assistant General Freight Agent Wood of
ho Union Pacific is nt Kansas City aitond
ng n rate mooting.
General Agent U. H. Ultchlo loft last night
or Minneapolis for Christmas. Ho will bo
accompanied by his familv.
HAI'l'KNS FIlKtJtlhN I'ljV.
\ftcr So.Iinx UIH I'roiliiee tlio lovvan
Lout HlH Money.
A farmer named \Valkor Peterson , bolong-
ng at Creston , la. , arrived In the city yos-
orday and , after selling some produce ,
tnrtcd out lo sea the sights. Ho had $170 in
greenbacks with him and for a while nail a
great time. After imbibing freely Peterson
ell la with some supposed friends down In
ho barnt district. Itdldn't tal'omucli parjua
Ion lo induce the Iowa farmer to plav car ( In
and drink several glasses of ( Cincinnati
vhlsky. Attar that ho was put lo hod In a
mrn bv his friend ! ) and woke up later minus
lis roll of ullls.
Complaint was mndo nt once to the police
nnd Joe Hnydor and M. C. Croug were
irrcsted as suspects.
Pclnrson claims that the imsoner.s arc Iho
same men whom ho played cards with and
vho put him to bod. Whim searched Sny-
ler had ? 10 und Croug $ iii In cuih In their
clothes. The police expect to bo able to
inco ) n more serious charge against the pris
oner s today.
c.ii'j.i/A it.ii\Kit tiuivumy.
llo Suffered I'roiu Apoplexy and Hud
,1lade Had luvenl mnnCH ,
H CINE , U'ls. , Dec. 2S. Captain Edward
[ j. Ilakor committed suicldo last night In the
rear of the Baker block by shooting himself
through tlio head with a revolver. The bojy
was found this morning. Iluwaioncoi the
trustees of lh' > estate of his brother , the lute
Senator Haker , which was worth over
f.MHJU.OOO. Sensational stories are being
circulated lo tlio effect . that ho is a
defaulter to thu amount of many
thousands of ddllars. The members of inn
family of Hoberl Dakar ilenv Iho reports , but
10 made Investments which did not prove
profitable and which may fool up to ( MI.CHM ) .
llo > vas ilui owner of lliu Hunk of Woou-
socket , S. I ) . Bauer wan .V. ) years of aye.
mil hud suffered two apoplectic strokes , and
this , togelhur with iho trouble occasioned by
iho unfortunate Investments , Is believed to
liuvo lea him to talto ins life.
Buy your Christmas candy of C. O. I ) ,
Brown. Candy &c , So mid 1-jo a pound ,
mix , IIUB ! ISc u pound , Florida bwoot
oranges 20c a dozen.
G. A. Scnoedsack , Proprietor- , Offices G-l Broadway , Council
Bluffs and 1521 Fnriiam St. , Omalia. Dye , clean nnd refinish goods
of every description. Packages received at either office or at the
Works , Cor. Ave. A and 26th St. Council Bluffs. Send for price list.
Merchants who have shop-worn or Boiled fabrics of uny character can hava
them rcdvod and finished equal to new.
nd mist approved inachinory.ntoat at losa coit than yo i ovoip vU j if ) -3
Western Advertisers.
The Publishers of
Scribncr's Mogazine.
now issue a ] Vest cm Edition.
If you want Western circula
tion , and not a copy wasted ,
communicare with
743 Broadway , New York.
A Small
Quantity of
Liebig Company's
Extract of Beef
Added to any Soup ,
Sauce or Gravy Gives
Strength and Fine Flavor.
iiTMh'ix Mo In Improved nnd Kconumlc Cookery.
Mnt.cn ( 'lit'tll'cst , 1'iiron anil liuit Hoof Tea.
W AV ' ' ' " -Hull'1'110 ' "iiRunlH to lopii-si'iil
' the 1'niUiniil lnislmunt asMH'iutltm.
Council It 1.1 It's , In. , Nt. 4 I'uurl strui'l.
13AUU HKNT--Joocl ( burn , nu.ir Courl liouso.
Jv Ajiply to Itt'o ufllcc.
GOOD Kirviintoil ! ut ' . " 'I boutli Suvuntli st.
1 00 Iowa rainiH for sale. 1'nnns of from 40 to
J 'Mi uurc.s and from IIS ooracronp Send for
list , rnrnlshod hotel of III looms for H.ilo or
exchange. Johnston & Van 1'atlen.
1711)1 ! SAM ! or ( ui'lutligo ' 0 aoros Improved
-L land : i' miles from pnstullli'u.lll tiiku
vacant property. lireonshhihls. Nicholson &
Co. , UlU Broadway , Council'Hlntis.
WANT In buy sto k of Kiooorlns or hooU
I and Hh ( > s. ulllpayp.irt i-.iih and p irt hy
a 5 ri.oin house anil lot , In Omaha , ( i ; H lieu.
( . 'inuielUI 11IV.
( ) . ' . : : bir \Uirca und I wo pool
Uibies for sale and hnl'dln ' for runt , deed
luciillun. K , H. Shuufo , over Olllcor It 1'uioy'n
ban 1C.
FA It M.S. Burden lands , hoiisus , loin and
liuslni'fs blocUs for sale or rout. Day fi
Mess. : u I'eurl Httvut , ( Joiinell
Carman Food and Fuel company ,
wholesale and retail liny , ( ( rain and
feed. Special prices on liny and grain
in car lota. 70(1 ( Main street , Council
Candy fie a pound at C , O. D. Ilrown's.
ChriBtmiiB Roods at Doll U , Morgan &
Co.'s drugstore , V4U Uroadvvay.
Walnut block and Wjomlng coal ,
fresh mined , received daih Thatohur ,
10 Main. .
Froah oyhtors See nuart or "Oc can at
C. O. 1) . Hrown's.
The largoHt 6tool < of Japanese ami
ChincHo goodn onst of San 'Francisco ,
'Frisco ' prices , at .117 H roadway.
Kwunson Munlo Co. , Masonlo temple
Our line " ( fancy liolidny articles IH
complete. Don't- fail to BCU it. Dell U.
Morgan & Co. , druggiata , 7-121J read way.
"Absolutely the Best Made1
"A Delicious Mcdicatod Con
fection" for the relief of Cough ? ,
Colds , Hoarseness , Sore Throat , nud
for clearing tlie voice. lror talc hy
nil Druggists nml Confectioners.
1'acked in full two ounce packages ,
Price 5 Cents. If you arc tumble to
procure the Pomona Cough Tablets
from your dealer send us 8 ccuts in
stamps nml receive a hex by mail.
Made by the manufacturers of the
celebrated Pomona Fru.it Juice
Council OlufTs , la.
Or Council Bluffs.
IT V. STOCK $150,00)
DIIIKCTOIH-I , A. Mltlur. P. O. Oluason , li L.
ShiiL-iirl , li K. II .it , J. I ) . K'lmnndsoii. Uliarlej
H. llHiiii.ui. Trnniaot Kuner.kl Imiklnx busl-
iiuts. I/ir/nstciplt.il : und aurylus of uuy han't
In tfyiitlnveslurn IOIY.I.
I'aid U t'ap'tal $100,039
Olitoit oridtnlioil bank lln Ihi cltr. Vorolua nl
rtoriioitlo ujolun.'J nil 1 U3tl nojjntlii lOmoJul
ttonllon pilil tocolluctloni. AoaonrUi of Inllrla-
ual9tiinki , ti.iukurj nnil oorporAtlonl ijIlol
Ourroipun IOTHM hi rlla I.
UliO. I * . tiANb'OHD , I'raililont.
A. W. Ul 1C 1C MAN. HMhlor.
A. T. KICK. AnliUtH
Paihons \ \ \ > n liiivu lost property from Inillarl
raids rtlioulil Illo tholr clnlms undur tlio Indlart
Dupru lut'on ' Act of Muroh ! l , IS i | . The tiino U
lln.ltuil , mid the oldliin nro taken up by the
court in thu order In which thny uru locolvod.
Take Notlco thit ; all contraoU eutiiroil Into
with attoruoys prior to Iho Aot uro iimdu
null and void. Information xlvim' uuU all
elalnia uromiitly a'.toiuled lo by the
rtiiO Itea Jtnllitliui.
llurOMi N f mirantitul : by tbl
Omiiliii Urn. the I'lonuur I'TCHH und Iho Bad
I'runolsco i.vunlnor. ;
Cut tliis out and send it with your in
f > 'oii rrli < > ( 'rr , filrntiiiiil Inn rorrunn
ciiiml In 2 iliivd by the Krunuli K imidy nnllt-
led the KINO. It dlsiolru * iiKalmt und li BU-
Korbod InUiilio Inlliinio/l parts. Will refund
nionuy If It doui not uuru , or i aiiM'i ' itrlolur *
( lontlonii'ii , burn U iv rxlliiblii .irllole. U
puokuKo , or2forU per mall propalO. UoUo >
mlclc J ( LuuJ , Ouiuh * .

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