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TTTtt OMA1TA DAILY 11K12 : WEDNESDAY. VEHUITA11Y 10. 1892.
THE OMAHA BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS. OFFICE : - NO. 11 ! PEARL STREET. Uclhcrtd by Carrier to any part of the Cltv II. W. TI I/TON , MANACJr.K. Trt . rp . x.Hnslnc s Office . No 43 TI I.F.I ! ! , No 21 Ngll | ) | ; ilor | . .W/AO/f .Ifl.'ATlU.Y. N , Y Plumbing Co ! Council Bluffs Lumber Co. , coal. Crnft's chattel loant. 204 Sapp blocC. Dr. Stephen Phclps will speak this even- Inp at the Union Christian Mission , S.'tS Broadway. " Charles"llhodcs was arrested by a deputy United States marshal yesterday on a charge ot bootlegging. Mrs. O. II. LUCRS entertains a party of friends at a high live parly this evening at her homo on Oakland nvcnno , A hunting party starts this morning for Crescent City to shoot rabbits. A pack of twenty hounds will be taken along. There will bo a special mooting of Local Assembly 1HOO , Knights of Labor , at the Grand Army hall tomorrow evening. A Lady Washington reception Is to be hold at the homo of MUs Nemo Hcpford , T.'IT First avenue , on the evening of the ' . ' 2d , undnr the auspices of the Loa club. Mrs. T. L. Smith of Sixteenth avcnliu re ceived n beautiful box of ( lowers yesterday from her son , D. W. Smith , who has lived for some years past at Los Angeles , Cal. In Uio superior court yesterday a Judgment for 130'J was rendered In favor of the plain- tin" in the case of Duane & Co. against L. Everett , The defendant cxeepted to the de cision and took thirty days In which to lllo hilt , Judgment wns rendered bv Judge McfJeo yesterday in the case of E. E. Sayors against H. H. Stivers , in which William Plumernnd Emmet Tinloy each filed a petition of Inter vention. Plumor was given u Judgment for 810. In the case of Hachol Lymnn against the Northwestern Masonlo Aid association , In which n Judgment was rendered In the dis trict court In favor of the plaintiff a few tiiiys ago , a motion for a now trial was filed yesterday as a preliminary to 1111 appeal. A joint discussion ot the merits of the union armies In the War of the Hebolllon will tiiKO placn tomorrow ovontni. nt the hall of the Union Veteran lecrlon , over 103 Main street. Able speakers will bo present , the doors opening nt 8'tO : p. in. All friends of the Legion nro invited. JiidgnMcGeo appointed A. L. Hcndrlcks receiver yesterday In the case of U. M. llarl agalnslM. I. Scars , on motion made by the plaintiff. Tnc bond of the receiver was fixed nt $ . " > 0fl , and the pnperty over which ho Is to bavo Jurisdiction Is lot l-.l and the southwest thirty-nine foot ot lot 127 , original plat of Council Bluffs. Three cases which were commenced In the superior court several months ago against the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York by various parties wore dismissed ' yestcrda'v at the plaintiffs' costs , having boon Bottled. I'ho plaintiffs wore Noli Peterson , linns Peterson and Hans tlanscn , and in each case the allegation was made that E. W. Knppel , the company's agent at this place , had made false representations to them in order to sccuro their applications for in- ou ranee. _ Hot for tinMarcll Crux ! At Now Orleans. Ono faro , $31. 45 , for round trip. Tickets on sale Feb. 22 to 8. For particulars call on O. M. Brown , ticket iigent K. C. , St. J. & C. U. ICarly Cloning ; . Until further notice our store will bo closed at 0 o'clock p. m. , except Satur days and Mondays. John Bono & Co. PKIlltOff.il , 1'AH.lGlt.ll'IlH. Frank Pusoy of Denver is In the city. Mrs. 3. N. Baldwin loft Sunday evening 'or Chicago where she will visit friends. Mr. C. P. Stocking of Oenison , la. , is tn I ho city a guest of Brougham Stevenson. Miss Alice Cash of LHiluth , Minn. , is In the city , n guest of Mrs. W. O. Wirt on Willow ovcnuo. J. J. Fralnoy of DOS Moines spent Sunday ( n the Bluffs , returning to the capital city yesterday morning. Mrs. Van Order has returned from Mollno , III. , whore shu was called by the serious ill ness of her father. E. W. Peterson loft for a business trip through Harrison county yesterday morning. Ho Is expected homo tomorrow evening. Miss Eva Nason has panlallv recovered from the effects of a bad fall she sustained I'.bout a wecic ago , and Is now able to bo bout. Morn Cheap KhniM n Owing to our inability to wait upo- our customers yesterday , I will continue Hominy's special prices twodayn longer. Wo will ( it your feet and these prices will lit your poclcothooks : All our Indies W 00 and $0.00 shoes now at $ 1 00 , except Edwin C. Burt's $5,00 and $0.00 shoes , which are now $3.00. All cloth tops and patent tips lace and button $ .00 shoes for fcl.00. All $ : t. . " ) ( ) cloth tops now $2 60. All our $2.60 ladies' line shoos now $1.50. All John Kolloy's line shoos , ono of the host und oldest brinds in the city , now $2.iO : , $2.K.r ) and $ ! U)0. ) All misson' line $2.60 patent tip shoos t2 00 ; all $2 00 niibsos' shoos $1.60 and all iniPhoa' $1.60 shoos , now $1. 10. MEN'S FINK SIIOHS. All cork solo $7,00 shoos , now $5.00. All cork solo $0.00 shoos , now $4.60. All cork solo $1.00 shoos , now $2.76. All pntont leather $11.00 and $0.60 shoes , now $4.00. All patent leather $7.00 Bulehor shoes , now $5.00. All our $2.60 calf shoos , fancy styles , now $1,76 ; all $1.76 shoos , now $1.2o. Hoys' shoes from $1.00 to $2.00 , all roduued. Hoinombor this is Sargent. Tins boon and will bo the cheapest and the best tthoo Htoro in the city.D. D. M. SARGENT. The old Phillips shoo store. N. H. Mall orders carefully attended to and solicited. Icuil ( | > llran Meet. A mooting of the republicans of the city was held last evening at the city building for the purpose of completing the arrangements for the ward organizations that wcro com menced last wooit. Chairman Troynor , of the committee appointed to take measures to se cure UiOTOpubllc.iu state convention next August for this olty , reported the following additions to the committee ; Ueorgo F. Wright , William Uronowog , T. J. Evans , W. H. Ware , J. J. Stoadman , F. M. Hun. Mr , John Y. Stone , Smith MoPherson , W. H. M. Pusoy , E. F. Test , 15. B. Clancy , A. S. liozlnton , S. B. Wadsworth , Theodore ( Juittar , W. J. Jamtison , Lucius Wells , J. C. Mitchell , W. J. Davenport , Hponcer Smith , W. C. Same * . The committee , as will bo soon , Is composed half and.half of republicans and democrats , and men of both parties will unlto In the effort to secure the convention , using all the force necessary to move heaven and oarth. The following conitnitteo was appointed to work up republican clubs In the various wards : First Ward , A. S. liazlotou ; Second , J , M. Scanhtn ; Third , GoorgnMaync ; Fourth I. M. Troynor ; Fifth. Peter Smith ; Sixth , L. M , Shubert. Meetings will bo Hold in dif ferent wards on call of the committee. Vocal Mimic , Prof. T. W. Davis , teacher of voice nnd note reading. Lessons private , fall or address at Grand hotel. Council HhilTs. li H , Shoiifo has eastern uionoy on hand for real estate loans. The Boston Store , Council BlulTs , la. , closes every evening at 0 p. in. , unless Mondays and Saturdays. Mondays 0 p. in. , Saturdays 10 p. in. FothoritiL'luun. \Vhitelaw & Co. , Council Blutls , lu. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Schemes for Municipal Reform Proposed by the T. J. Evans Bill , SYNOPSIS OF THE SECRET NOW OUT rrltirtp.il IViiliirrn nf tinl.nt ( ) Ml errs 1'rinlilril tor , Tlirtr Duties mill tiiilHrlm Oli.rrtlitii4 | Tlnit Aii | | 'iir In Hi * 1'ntnl. T. .1. Evans has returned from Ucs Molnos , where liospont two or tlirco days lust WCCK In potting before the legislature his now Dill \vtnch Is expected to work a great many re forms In nmnlclnal affairs provided it should pass. Although an effort wns mtuto to kcop the provisions of thn bill secret until It should ba learned what the legislative committees did with It , n pretty full outline of It was given In Tun HKR n couple of week * ago. Iloforo It wns finally submitted to the legislature several changes were mndo In It , and nt present Its provisions nro as follows : The only elective oftlccs hi tlie city are those of mayor , city council , consisting of one member from each ward , board of con trol , composed of two members from each district , the districts to consist of two or more contiguous wards , and the city Irons urcr. The members of the city council mid board of control are lo bo elected for two years , and in voting for the members of the board of control separate ballots urn to bo used , It being understood that onch voter can either cast one vote for each of two candi dates , or two for one candidate , the latter provision being made for the purpose of insuring the election of n iioiipnrtlsun board. This tioaru is to have control of nil public works , to net at a board of equalisation , and have the power to appoint a clutk , auditing clerk , city attorney , "engineer , asscjior , phy sician , welphniaster , street supervisor , ball- ilTs. watchmen and members of the police and Ilro departments. It shall also concur In oil tux levies and resolutions for the expend iture of money that shall bo inado by the council before they shall bo valid. The innyur Is made cvofllclo chief of police and chief of tnc fire department. The salary of elective odlcers , Including that of the mayor , councllmen. members of the board of rontrol , and cltv treasurer , rannot oxrcod &UO per annum. The one exception to this rule Is the chalir.ian of the commltico on public works , who mav bn paid a reasonable compensation for the lime ho puts In , the amount to bo decided upon by the council. One striking feature of the bill Is that re quiring candidates for the board of control to bo owners of property within the cor- lorato limits of tin ) olty and unyoiM of taxes n property , the assessed valuation of which must not bo less than t1,000. Onlv n favored few have boon allowed to ! xamfno copies ot the bill , and among those , 'ho have scon It opinions differ. The authors f it are said upon good authority to bo T. J. 5vuns , William Siodcntopf ana George F. , Vrght ! , and the avovvcu intention of the miners of the bill was to provide a way by which the expenses of the city government lould bo reduced. It Is a noticeable fact , lowovor , that the only cases In which there s a reduction of salary inailo are those of the mayor and treasurer , while tholimltof salary to bo paid to the aldermen is made double ivhat the .salary now is and six new officers ire to bo hoisted into place at a salary of J500 a year. The salaries of the other ; ity ofllcmls are not touched upon. The ob- ectionisalso raUed to the property iiuallll- lations that it l& contrary to the constitution if the state of Iowa. A great deal of discus- Ion Is going on among these who have exam- ncd the bill , and its opponents claim that it , vill never pass , at least in anything like its present shape. Tickets for Eli Perk-ins' lecture , February - ruary 13 , nro on sale sit the drug1 htore of 0. II. Brown , Main street ; J. D. Stuart , Broadway ; Fairmount pharmacy , Opera House drug store ; BracUott's. Hemom- bcr that this entertainment is wholly for ho bnnofit of the Homo of the Frfond- css. Buy your tickets early and got a treed seat. _ Jnrviawild blackborrv is the beat A. O. IV. . The grand lodco of Iowa of the Ancient Order of United Workmen begins its annual meeting today , and a largo proportion of the delegates have already arrived. The head- [ uartors are at the Grand and Ogdcn hotels , whoso corridors were swarmed last evening with the members of the order , The Ancient Order of United Workmen is one of the old- cst and best known societies in the country , and although owing to the split in the rauKs that occurred some years ago , thu lodges of the loxal branch in Iowa are less numerous than those that seceded , they are composed of a line class of mon.aud a class that Coun cil UlnUs is glad to welcome. The meeting for organization will bo hold this morning at t ) o'clock in the Royal Arcanum parlors , and three sessions will DO held today , tomorrow and Thursday , if the business to be trans acted hclds o'ut so long. The following is a list of the delegates who will represent the various lodges over the state : Charles Hobb , D. A.Wlnney , .1. 1C. Lovett , J. L ) . Small , W. S. Preston ana John Koss of Sioux City ; J. E. Tousant.V A. Mojler , C. W. Hostnc , E. F. Whitney , E B. Evans , A. W. Ilasklns , W. H. Flominp. U M. Ham- mi , ,1. M. Force , W. R Harding , 1' . Perkins , J. C. Armstrong , L. Stoneroad , A. llartunjz , II. Lehman , Etnil Schnabcl and ( J. J. Moor- dink of DOS Moincj ; Hardy Hlrihlor , C. A. Kaiser , Ceorge W. Hobblns. N. L' . Holsingor , W. E. Wohlwend , J. J. Kotlio. C. Iohman , John A. Fensko and James T. Smith of Ltur- llngton ; A. Etlwanger , M. C. Matthews , J , C. Fltzpatrick , C. S. Simpson and P. H. E. Sommorilcld of Dubunuo ; J. Duller of West Burlington ; WllllnniArnd and J. F.hllo of Council JJluffs ; .1. M. JSIuine , U. W. Webb , W. U Graham , L. O. Howland , C. C. ICnapp , S. N. Pierce , H. Landcaster. G. N. Newman of Cedar Kails ; Utlllam Ellson of Cedar Haplds ; Sam Kowley , N. M , Swin gle and C. L. Suchsdorf of Davenport ; John Hlloy , Exira ; Heorge S. Trinp and William Wilson , Jr. , Washington ; Thomas Lewis , Mount Ayr : A. II McAlavey , Leeds ; Daniel Wild , Wasnmgton ; H. W. Scott , South Ottumwa ; Lloyd Simmons and W. S. Lyman , Ottumwn ; J , II. Ott , Walnut ; E. II. Dolsen , ll. S. Howe and W. F. Eichoff , Ot- tumwa ; Thomas Goodwin. Vilhsca ; A. M. Davenport , Humboldt : W. W. Uingham , D. W. CrouBo , Sam J. Hall and J. H. Wichman , Waterloo ; U , F. Parrott , Manning ; U. M. M. Berger und E. C. Fos ter , Toledo ; J , A Hislov , Cherokee ; J , D. Vail and Ueorgo UlcbaruH. Marshalltown ; T. C. Mollott , Anamosa ; E. Wheeler , Marno ; H. C. Grav , Eddyvillo ; H. M. Ferrln , Mar cus ; F. M. limgor , Ur.ind Junction ; Wil liam Shepherd , Postvlllo : Kd H. MclCoo , W. H. lierry and William Jnvln , In- dianola ; F. Sheof , Clinton ; A. W , C. Weeks , Wntorsut ; W. A. Brower. Early ; John L. Blcakloy , Ida Grove ; E. U. Hnvuos , Cuntorvillo ; J. It. Shcafo und J. J. Wlnov , Illoomllold ; Kugeiie Fell In , Algona ; G. A. Proctor , Buena Vista ; W. E. Gibbons , Coon Hupidi ; J , B. Williams , Oskaloosa ; U. J. Parker und H , T , Mallory , Booiio ; A. W. Brown. Kirkvlllo ; 1) . H. Mitts , rinmicer ; A. J. Priest , KodOnk ; / . Taylor , Fort Dodge ; J. U. Katicau , Fort MudUou ; H.V. . NVlbsrt , Ftiirllold ; 1. P. Van Clso , Mount Pleasant ; F. E. Friday , Eldon : O. C. Bos- worth. Ttngloy ; J. C. Copeland and J. H. Deiroui't : , Chariton ; H , J. Holmes , Perry ; A. U. Lovoll , Columbuslunctlon ; Dr. S. M , King , Albia ; S. Wbited. Etdora ; A. B. WiUou , Chariton ; 0. L , Pascho , Wheatland ; S. M. Hildobrand. Oakland ; J. D. Inger. Strawberry Point ; w. H. Meye-s. Poosta. Owlncr to our inability to wait upon otio-hulf of our customora .Monday , and to have the trade REALISE what u special and not a fiilto milu is , I will continuo - tinuo Saturday's and Monday's special prices two days more , Tuesday and Wednesday. B. M. SARGENT. Roinombor , I allow no ono to under soil mo. Alwuyu remember this. Two apprentice nurses wanted at the W. C. A. hospital , corner Oth street and Oth avenue _ Money to loan. Lowest rates. John- Btou & Van Pattoii , Everett block. ripv-f-V-f-A/ tr A T r TTvT o * A T T THEGREATSHOESALE for the * , Week : My sales have been farge the last week , but 1 have thousands of dollars worth of shoes that are clean and new. I have bargains to offer that have not been on'sale before. Shoes ol' all kinds and prices. Fine shoes , medium priced shoes ; cheapshoes , and all of them good shoes ; they will will bs sold cheap , and chsap means at a lower price than ever of fered in Council Bluffs or Omaha. I HAVE NO COMPETITORS. There is not a shoe stock in the city that has the good solid , serviceable shoes in itthat mine has.I have never had a cheap or shoddy shoe in the storeand as no one can com pare prices with mine wheh they can't compare goods. REMEMBER , all these goods will be sold at old prices as soon as this sale is over. It will pay you to buy now. TO RAILROAD MEN. You can buy the $5 calf box toed shoe , in lace , congress or outton , for $3.50 , and it is the best railroad shoe on earth. These shoes have not been on sale the past week , but they will all go this week for $3.5o , and every pair warranted. . MEN'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES. 1 have a few dozen of those fine silk vesting- top , patent leather shoes , the same shoes that would you $8 and $9 in Omahn , for $5.50. If you waut a dress shoe don't overlook this chance. LADIES' PATENT LEATHER SHOES. There is.a few dozen of the choth top , button and lace , patent leather shoes left , $5.50 , reduced to $4.30 ; $6 , reduced to $4. A FEW OF THE BARGAINS YOU CAN GET THIS WEEK. Ladies' $5 shoes for $3.50. Ladies' $4.50 shoes for $3. Ladies'3.50 shoes at 52.5o. Ladies'$3 shoes at $2. Ladies' $2.50 shoes at $1.75. I also have a few cbxea of Laird's han.l turned shosis. The ones Morse of Omaha sells for $8 , for $4.50. These are all genuine bargains , and these goods will all be sold at regular price as soon as this sale is over. THURSDAY. All $2.BO shoes go for $1.76. These are as good shoes as can be bought in any store for $3.OO. 1 have a big lot of them in all sizes and widths , but they will all go for $1.78. I HAVE A FEW OXFORDS LEFT And they will be sold at sold at some price this week. You will need them soon. Get a pair now and save half price. STACY , ADAMS & CO. Men's $3.OO calf and kangaroo southern ties at $3.SO. Everyone knows that Stacy & Adams' shoes are the very best. best.F. . H. EVANS , 412 Broadway , Council Bluffs. S. A. PIERCE & GO. iOF" H AT GAINS H STOP H 100 Main Street , Cor. First Avenue. Are the Leaders and Promoters of Hard Pan Prices in Reliable Boots , Shoes and Rubber Goods. Commencing Feb ruary 10 , .to . Make Room for our Spring Goods , we shall offer : 126 pairs men's calf and buff congress , 150 pairs ladies' fine cloth top button , Smith & Stau hton'fi men's box too rail All our men's $0 and $7 shoes Wo have a larco stock of former price $1.75 to $3.50 , worth $2.75 , road shoes , the best on earth , bals At $4. 50. sooes , in Kid , goat , grain nnd calf , Irnut At go at goc. Can have them at $1.75. and congress , and micliino sewed and standard screw fastened , at 200 pairs ladies hand turn button in 100 pairs men's calf bah and congress , 100 piiis : ladies' dongola button , patent . All our ladies' $5 and $ G shoes 75c $1 $1.25 $1.50 & . $ . French kid and Dongola. this is an elegant , , $ , $ , $2. $2.60 $3 , , would bo $2 , . . former price to tip u bargain at gant lot of goods , former price $3 60 to At $4.00. Now $ i.5o. Go at $1.50. $4.60 , In youths' , children's and infants' Your Choice'for $2.5o. Boys' hand sowed calf button shoes . ' wo nave no competition. i:00 : pairs men's oil grain congress , solid GO pairs ladies' kid button , patent tip as a rock , and plain too , Our stock of ladies' Oxfords At $2.50 Keep this fact in mind wo carry the Go at $1.50. At $1.00. are now oprinp arriving , wo are giving splendid largest will stock in this city , and can and give bettor value for the money Boys' same Misses' in same did bargains in these goods at Boy's school shoes than aoy house in western Iowa. At $1.25. At 750. 75c , $1 , $1.25. $1.50 , $1.75$2&$2:50 : At Si , $1.25 and $1.50. Special attention given to repairing. Come and See Us. at 100 Main Street , Corner First Rvenile THE NEW YORK LIFE. "Tho Outs. " "Tho Ins , " Management anil ItrsultH. Who nro they that nro so persistently sButislicd witli the inaiKigemunt of the Now York Life , and llnd pleasure in dis tributing , from anonymous sources , vast quantities of criticisms and derogatory comments against it ? They are simply the very ambitions and covetous ' 'outs" desperately working for the "his , " iiided by others opposed to rates and plans adopted by the com pany for cheapening the cobt of insur ance. ance.Who are the perfectly satisfied and so anxious to retain the management ? The many thousand policy holders throughout the land who have boon par ticipating in the large dividend returns , which have amounted to over $11,000,000 in thu last live years , and now learn from the Now York state insurance superintendent that the company had , June : ) last , over 8120,000,000 available assets $5,000,000 more than the man agement claimed for it six months before - fore , and a not surplus of $1-1,708,075.83 , which IB $1250,000 more than claimed for it six months before by adding the divi dends paid from surplus during baino time. time.Ve3 Ve3 , the great big "outs" and others referred to don't like the manngcmont that lias in twenty-nine years built up the coinpiny from $2,000,000 assets to over $125.000,000 January 1 , 1892 , with a not surplus found to bo several millions larger than that claimed by any other company in the world , with ono soli tary exception. Kvory dollar of the assets and surplus possessed by the company belongs solely to its policyholders ; and is such that on twonty-ycivr tonllno policies , taken oven at the low ordinary life rate , the com pany is now returning all money in vested , with nearly as much interest as government bonds are paying , counting nothing for insurance. On limited pay ment life , twenty-year tontines , at certain ngos. the company is return ing , in dividends nluno. moro than all they have received , still leaving policy in force paid for , regard less of condition of health , bearing divi dends annually , and payable In full at death. Tills , too , without counting a dollar for expanses or death losses In carrying the risk the past twenty ynars , If it la bad management that lias brought about this condition of things in the alTairH of the Now York Life , the policy holders want moio of it for the next twenty years. Now , however , that the integrity of purpose of President Doors lias remained unsnakon throughout the merciless per sonal attacks and severe investigation just completed , if ho should think best to retire ho can do so wl'h all honor , for certainly at his advanced years of life ho cannot expect to achieve greater , especially as long as ho , with the board of nineteen other trustees , made up of the most abla linanclors and business men in the country , can name his suc cessor. _ Tnjlor'n Dot ; \Voii , A light took place Sunday evening between a couple of dogs owned by Andy Taylor , a Broadway barber , and a mr.n named Shields. The police were sent off on a wronp icent by beltiK Informed that it was to take place at Al Wells' North Main street pugilistic em porium , and tbo place was closely watch-id all ovcninp. No dogs were to bo found there , however , nnd at a late hour tbo police- bad to admit that thov had boon fooled. In tbo meantime a collar on lower Broadway had been brought Into requisition. A larjr * crowd assembled , and watched a juicy battle of six rounds , at the conclusion of which Taylor's canltio was decided tbo winner. The light lusted an hour and twenty minutes. Owing to our inability lo wait upon one-hiilfof our customers Monday , and to have tbo trade KEALI/J13 what a , special and not a fake sale is , I will continuo - tinuo Saturday's and Monday's special prices .two days more , Tuesday and Wednobday. B. M. SA11GENT. . Remember , I allow no ono to under sell mo. Always remember this. Unimed Her Iro. Justice Swoarineon's oftlco was the scene of iv lively war of words yesterday afternoon. Ernest Cullls , charted witU stealing f 10 be longing to Fred Beach , the son of his land lady , Mrs. A. Dead ) , wan on trial , nnd was represented by D. M. West as attorney. Mrs. Beach was tbo llrst witness to bo put on the stand , When West came to cross-examine her he < uldro < iiod bor as Mrs. Cullls. She In dignantly denied over having been married to Cullls. A number ot questions were then put to her with a vioiv to bringing out some- thiiiK that would show that she bud been liv ing with Cullls as nls wife. This Increased her wrath and she threatened to have the young attorney put In the lockup unless ho quit offering bor Insults. Young Beach hied ills castor Into tbo ring about the same time , and told West to go slow or ho would have to settle with him after thu case was con cluded. West dolled thorn Doth to come after him at once , without waiting tor court to close , a thing which for a couple of minutes seomed'yory ' llltoly to hap pen. Quiet was Dually1 restored , however , and the trial was completed. As soon as the hearing on the charge of "larceny had been completed another warrdtit was served on Cullis , charging him with threatening to loll Mrs. Beach. A hearing iWill bo given him on tins charge on W cosday , provided County Attorney Organ .can bo present to prosecute. In the inciummo the younir man languishes in Jail , We huvo our own vi'ii ynrds in Califor nia. Jarvis Wino comtvny } , Co. BlulTa Roller , the tailor , flJO , Broadway , has all the latest styles and newest goods. Satisfaction giwrantee'i ] . Jarvis 1877 brandy , purest , safest , best < I'niinit the Lost Iliiy. William Hutcbinson , the boy who wns mentioned In Sunday's Biiis ai having ctruyod away from the deaf and dumb insti tute , was found Sunday near Croicont City , almost frozen to death. The first information received from htm in this city was yesterday morning , when Warren Hough telephoned to tbo Institute that the hey bad been found und was at his house awaiting instructions from homo. Drs. Woodburydontl8t8next to Grand hotel ; line work n specially. Tele. 145. Walnut block nnd Wjomlng coal , frobh mined , received dailv Thatcher , 10 Main. wunson Music Co. . Mneonio temple II. L. Carlson of Gothenburg U registered at the I'axtoa. SPECIAL NOTICES. COUNCIL BLUFFS. I OFFER the followlni elinlco bargains In fruit and vegetable luiula : i > ? ucrus bO rods nortli of the Uliiiutauqna giouiuls. eastern slope , llnesprlii's and duo eurliiK-l'rook , lanl very rich unit wi'll ailanteJ to fruit , 2J acrca on Or.mil arunno , Quo orchar (1 , windmill mid fine KTOVU ; hltuiaod on Mynstor iroosel | motor line. j > no und one-half miles from Council lllutrs pustotn e. n acres of very uholue plowed Ian t on Urand nvtmno , t'i mile ) from uostolllco. 110 acres : ) ' . miles from city limits ; Rood lionso , barn nnd onibnllillnss : llna orchurj ; a Kreat bargain at JV5JO. Kasy terms. 18 nor < > 3. cholcu fruit farm , 0 noros In blnok- bc-rrles , 601 yoimz fruit trees. aK/0 ( irr ipe vlnas. MotiHe , liarn and ontbnlldln .a A very rholco burxali ) . 10 acres adjolnins city limits 2-story liouse , good barn , orchard , era lies and Hniull fruits. W. C. i-tnoy. Hoom < , Opera Mouse block. L'oiincll lllnlTa. la. TIIAUMH , garden lands , hnusQi. lots 11111 -L business blocks for silo or runt. Day A lluss , 10 I'oarl slreot , Oounoll UlnlT.s. GIIU , wnntod to do ccneral housework. .Mr.-i. I ) . W. Archer , fcoconu avenue und Utb street , ANTEI-GlrI ut boar-dint' liouse. 1002 South Mil Nlruol. 10J Iowa farms und gardens for sale. Several stocks of merchandise to cm-mingo for Council IllnlTH property or Iowa land. John- Bton A Van 1'atlen. _ OUNOIL IIM'FI'S money on liund for loans. W. A. Wood & Co. . KO Main strcrt. drusirlht ( Iowa ) wants po- -IV Hitlnn. Htato wages. Address U B , Hee , Council lllutTs. THE GRAND HOTEL , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Now , modern , woll-iipnointod , llior- woll-Uopt , $3 u day. E. F. CLARK , Prop. Chas. Lunkley , Funeral Director and Undertaker. 311 Broadway , Council UlulTs. Tult'l'llOlll. ' MJ. hliouti'il for the Krpnljllc. irnjij/i ttihttil 18 > i l > u Jitmc * ttonUm llennett , ] UIIUSSKLS , fell. 8. [ New Yoric Herald Cable Special to THE HKE. ] An open nlr demonstration In favor of universal sufFrage , oriranUed by thu socialists , took place this afternoon , despite the torrents of ruin. An enormous crowd assembled In Place du Con- L-res , and the socialist loader , Volden , was uoglnnliiR a speech when an order ramo from tnu burRomustor prohibiting thn mcel- > K1'he crowd dUponed singing "Tho Marsellaiso" and shoullne ; "Vivo la ropub- llcjuol" An indoor ineoUni ' , was tubao- queutly Ucld , A Rare Opportunity ! After 10 years close conllnoinont , I am compelled through the advicoo Physicians lo change my business , as ray heallh is gradually giving away. Knowing and believing that it will only bo a short period wliou 1 will bo unable to shoulder iho responsibilities of an indoor oucupn lion I olfer my onliro Stock ) Fixtures and Goodwill for Sale / Having boon established for 10 years and the only ART STORK in u city of 85,000 people , this is ono chance of a life timo. To anv Booking a nice , clean and profitable business should invosligato this Opportunity Immediately. This is strictly sincere and I moan , iu&t what I say. From this date on for tno NEXT 80 DAYS , all go < Jn such as 1-Vatnod Plcluren , Klch- ings , Engravings. Cabinet Frames , Bamboo and Oak Easels , & < ; . , will 02 sold at ACTUAL COST. $300,00 worth of .Studios AT LESS THAN COST. 100 Assorted PIo- lures given mvay for Iho price of Iho frame. 20 Per Cent Dicount On all Frames made to order. Now i the time to BiJY CHEAP FRAMES. For further particulars , call or address , CHAPMAN'S ART STORE. 15 PEARL STREET COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. PERMANENT SIDEV'ALK NOTICE. N'otlco U hereby plvon to the owner or owners of thu following real estate. In the city of Omaha , to lay ucrimuient Hldowalkx In front of und adjoining ; their property within thirty ( il ) ilnys from the Oth day of 1'obrtiary. 18'JV. ' Mich sidewalks to ba constructed of ntuiu > , artificial fatoiui , brick or tlllnir , In conformity with the uruvisions of ordinance No. i.'OIU , and litld In accordant * ! ) with nliuiK and hpuclflra- tloiison lllo In the ollico of the Hoard of 1'ubllo Woiks , and In accordance with resolutions adorned by thu city council , vU ; Nortli sldu of Ilnrnov Htiei't , oust ' . loto , blnou i : . ; > . city , width 1G feet ; permanent. West blilo of Seventeenth btieut , lot 1 , block If. city , width Of cot ; iierniHiienl , Wust sldu of Suvontfcnth Mreet , lot 1 , block 85. cllj. width < i feet ; permanent. SouthBldoof D.ivoiiDort street , lots I , Sand 3 , block 78. olty : pcrnmriunt. North bldo of Chicago street , lot 0 , block 21 , city ; permanent. Honth bide of Harney Mreot , lots 1 , 2 , 'Jand 4 , block 145 , city , width 12 feet ; permanent. North side of Mimioy Btieut , lotafi. ( I and 8 block HO , olty , width r.'feei ; Dorinanunt. r. w. iiiUKHAihiit ) ; , Oliulriiian Hoard of 1'ubllo Works. Ouiuha , Fob. U. IblrJ. fubVlU-lt CITIZENS STATS BANK Or Council Bluffj. TAL STOCK JI50.00) SURPLUS AND PROFITS /0.009 / TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $22iOOJ DlJir.crnits I. A. Miller. V , O. Otoiion. H f * . Hhiik-urt , i : K. II irt , J. IX K'lmuniUim , Uharlei U , llannun. Transput nunurul b inklnx bml nns. I < ar < u tcapital and turplui of any bane luHoutbwostern low.i INTEREST ON TIM ; DEPO3 TS W. C. ESTEP , FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBAIJEll IN. . Main , Council Bluffs ,