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OFFUI'.l NO. 12 I'KARh bTKF.r.T
Dcllvcinlt'y cnirlcr to nny pnitof tlio city
It. W Tl I/TON - Manager
TKI.r.l'IIOM.S ' , Nlglt tlsnrfscc | Kditur . . No.23 l
Store , 10-dny sale.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Squire gave ft tea
party MonOny evening to n number of their
friends. t
Mr. ami Mrs. V. II Illll entertained n few
friends .it high live 1'rldtiy evening at tholr
liorno on 'I'lilnl avenue.
llcnnUon Hros. ' store was closed yostcr-
day on account of tliu death of Mr. Ucnnison ,
father of tiio members of the linn.
llcgulnr convocation Star chapter No. 4" ,
Uoyal Arch Mnsons. Monday , December 4 ,
nt a o'clock p. in. ( tcorpo W. Llpn , II. 1' .
Miss Uico will Iiuld her sale of nrt nccdlo
work on Tuesday mid Wednesday , December
6 anu 0 , at 1SS Fourth street. All arc Invited.
An admiring lady friend In Shelby county
presented Will liutlcr , cashier at tlio Mil
waukee ft St. Paul freight house , u box of
pumpkins for Thanksgiving.
Tlio Ladies AM society ot St. John's Kng-
Kllsh rutliernn church will nicot Tuesday
utlciiioon at the resideni-e of Mrs. Laura 11.
Snyilcr , 'JIT South Seventh street.
A. N. Waltuflold of Atlantlo had a partial
hearing before Justice Fox yesterday on the
charge of Uieatlng Charles I'ubcr of this
city by making false pretenses In cattle
ilcnl. The amount involved Is $ 'JO.
John S. ICtilow and Mrs. Cora Goldsmith ,
both of Ashland. Neb. , iipplled to Justlco
I'ox yesterday for matrimony. The bride
was only Hi years of ago. but she had been
through the marriage mill once before.
Jacob Sims has boon selected by .T. M.
Scaulnn to look after his interests In the
election contest , which commences one wceit
from tomorrow before the board of arbitra
tion. 1 Iiuen has not yet named his man.
Hov. T. .T. Mai'kay of Omaha has been en
gaged to deliver a lecture. In Grace ISpisco-p.il
clun-ch nn Frltlay evening. December 15 , for
the benefit of tlio IHisy Bee's guild. Ills
subject will bo "Western Life anil Humor. "
Tlio directors of the Driving I'ark associa
tion are Investigating the cost of certain
proposed Improvements to bo made about
the park. A meeting is to bo held January
fi to decide what these improvements
filial ! liu.
S.W.Adams. the alleged traveling man who
buncoed Sam i'rledman , the pawnbroker , to
the extent of t.'U on a forged check game , has
been caucht in Nebraka City. Ha IB in jail
there , and the authorities are making ar
rangements for securing requisition papers.
Mr. David Claypool of Coztd , Nob. , and
Mrs. Orpha Moycrs were married Tuesday
evening at the homo of the lattcr's parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. , T. U. Allen on Harrison street.
Her. Stephen 1'hclps , D. D. , performed the
ceremony in the presence of only n few
S. Tucker failed to show up yesterday at
the time set for the Hearing ot Guy An-
lrows , charged with robbing him wiiilo
Tucker was drunk. The case" was accord
ingly dismissed by Justlco Vien and the
taxes charged up to Tucker. His brother Is
making arrangements to pay.
Judge Macy has decided the case ot the
Fred Miller Brewing company against the
Council lilufTs Insurance company in favor
of the defendant. The decision was rendered
lirst some linio ago , but the case was re
opened on petition of tlio plaintiff. The
court now rc&fllrms its own decision.
Forty-live shares of stock of the Council
Bluffs canning factory were sold by Sheriff
Hazcn yesterday to satisfy two judgments
held by K. L. Shugart and , L. Hammer
against D. W. Archer , the aggregate amount
being about $4lr > 00. The stock was bought
up by the gentlemen , holding the claims.
The suit ofSicverts against the National
Benevolent association was completed in the
district court. The attorneys will have ten
days in which to submit on written briefs.
The case of Smytlio against Stout , Involving
the Ogden house property , will bo com-
incnced before Judge Smith Monday morn
I'ottawattamio lodge No. HO , Ancient
Order of United Workmen , will hold a public
installation of ofllecrs next ThursUay even
ing at the hall of the Woodmen of the World.
The address of welcome will bo delivered by
AV. II. Ware and iho response by C. G. Saun-
tiers. The address of the evening will bo
nadobyJ. C. liootli of Omaha. After the
speeches are over there will bo a banquet
and ball.
The plaintiff in the suit of Hettlo Britton
against Fisher & Son. merchants at Under
wood , has Hied a motion for a now trial.
This is the somewhat famous "lemon ex
tract intoxicating liquor" case , in which a
Verdict was rendered in favor of the defend-
lints a short time ago. In the motion the
plaintiff claims , besides the usual irregu
larities , that the verdict was rendered
through passion and prejudice.
CiinUliiK l.cctnro I'roe.
Tuesday afternoon ut 2 o'clock Misa
Andrews of Now York will deliver the
Urst of it scries of ten lectures on cooking
ut the ImiiilEOino now hall of the Modern
Woodmen , Kill , 1118 , HO Broadway. This
lecture IB to bo frco of charge. All the
Indies of the city nro invited to attend
mid are rcti nested to bringnoto book und
pencil , napkin and Hpoon. These lectures
are to bo accompanied by practical
demonstrations in cooking , tlio entire
course of ton lectures to bo given for $1.
Please send to thoKletnan building nil
fruits and jellies for tlio W. G. A. fair
not yet delivered , early Tuesday
morning- .
Ten em-kails of poultry wanted. High
est nthli price paid. . John Dunn , -110
Upper Broadway.
Able your grocer for Domestic soap.
rtillliOXAI. I'Alt.HSKAI'IIX.
J. 1 { . Hlco will leave Wednesday for
Mobile , Ala , , to spend three months.
Miss 1'omeroy , who Is in the city iho guest
of Mrs. John N. Baldwin , will Mug at St.
Paul's church this morning and evening ,
Dr. Askln , who has been seriously ill for
the past weolr , has so far recovered us to bo
nblo to rcsuino his place in the pulpit of the
Congregational church.
1' . It. Goodrich will leave in the near
future for Denver , where he has secured an
nxccllonl pobltion in the Insurance business.
Hoforo going thcro to make their permanent
liome. ho and his wlfo will visit relatives
mid friends in New York for some llttlo
time. They loft for that place last evening.
A largo stock of line potted plants and
shrubbery for mile at wholesale or re
tail , at greatly reduced prices. Also cut
lloworn. Lcnvo orders or address Fou
ler mii'borlcd , Harrison street , or II. U.
JilcGou , Merrlnm block.
S. M. Williamson still f-ells the Stan
dard and Domestic at 10(1 ( South Main
Htrcut , and lias not removed to Broad
way , as lias been reported.
A full line of typewriter supplies car
ried in jitcok by the Smith-Premier
company , Olllco 100 S. Main street.
Domestic toap is tlio nnst.
The following marriage HSCCIIRCS were Is
sued by the county clerk yesterday :
Namoand Address. Ave
I Kdwnrd J. 1'arrott , Onmha . , , i 35
1 HuUlo.M. Whitman , Uinuha. . , . , . i8 !
j John S. Knlow. Afchland , Nub . , . , . i4 !
1 fora GoIdMiilih./hhliuid , Neb . 17
Ladles , if you desire absolute peace in
tlio kitchen as > k your grocer for.T , O.
lIofTmayr & Co.'s Fancy Patent Hour.
Trade mark Dluo Rooster.
For neat job printing , prompt delivery
and lowest prices go to Pryor Bros. , Bco
job ofllco , 12 Pearl street. ,
GoorgoS. Davis , proscription druggist.
_ _ Domestic eoap is tbo beat.
Tomorrow Evening's Meeting of the Council
Anxiously Awaited ,
Kxlcnnlnn nf the Intel-Main Hallway Com-
Clmrter to lie Considered
Jlto Mutter Will I'robality llo Ie-
rliled Then A lotv Opinions.
Tlie meeting of the city council tomorrow
evening promises to bo one of considerable
interest , from the fact that It Is generally
believed that at that time the question
whothcr or not the Interstate Hallway com
pany's charter shall bo extended for another
two years will bo definitely decided. The
charges that have been made by some of the
leading citizens that the Omaha Hrldgo and
Terminal Kallway comuany , which now
holds the charter of the Interstate , has no
Intention of putting In a new railroad , hut
merely wants to keep tlio charter so that it
may bu sold out to the Omaha and Council
I'luffs Hrldgo company In case .Hidgo Me-
One's decision , when rendered , shall prove
to bo adverse to iho latter , have attracted
considerable attention.
Tlio friends of the Terminal company
claim that the theory of a deal between the
two companies is given a knockout blow by
an examination of the provisions of the
charter itself. This charter stipulates
plainly that the Interstate company shall
pay for all paving between the tracks , and
shall not charge more than 5 cents for trans
porting passengers from ono city to the
other. This Is pointed to as a sufllclent ret-
utatlon of the charge that the present
motor company will want to buy the Inter
state charter , as these two points are the
ones upon winch thcro has been so stubborn
a light between tbo corporation and the
Clnlni of Its Opponent * .
Those who are opuosing the extension for
so long a period as two years , ho\Vovcr ,
claim that this objection to the theory docs
not hold good. If the charter of ISSOis de
clared forfeited the brldee company will be
occupying the streets without a shadow of
authority of law. It Is quite certain that no
company will ever again bo'gianted the
right to charge a 10-cent fare , so that with
that charter gone a fi-ccnt faro would be in
evitable. H is highly probable , also ,
that no charter would ever be
granted again , under any circumstances ,
to the men now composing the Omaha
Urldgo and Terminal Hallway company , so
that any favors they might desire would
have to bo secured through third persons.
They would doubtless consider it better to
run on the li-ccnt system than to have the
tracks torn up by order of the
city nnrshal , and a 5-ccnt faro
'ordinance held by another , com
pany would be Just the kind of merchandise
that , the present motor company would bo
looking for with all its eyes. These consid
erations are urged by these who contend
that the Terminal company should have
strict conditions imposed upon it in case the
city council is determined "to extend the
.Motor Company as n Tnxshlrlcor.
Corxcii. Hi.utTs , Dec. 2. To the Editor of
Tin ; BBB : In Thursday morning's issue of
your valued paper , ono 1-S" commends the
motor company , denounces criticising citi
zens anu applauds the alleged conduct ot
the mayor and city attorney in Ignoring the
ordinances of this city and the laws of Iowa
In the interest of tlio motor company. Ho
alleges that complaint should cease , because
otherwise foreign capital may be deterred
from investment here.
What inducement does the capitalist sco
to attract him hero ? Ho observes n popula
tion burdened to the limit of endurance by
taxation the city's bonds Issued to pay for
paving about due , while the motor company ,
owing for that paving , while publicly
acknowledging ita liability , yet refuses to
pay tbo money that would take up these
bonds. } ? ot n lincer has been lifted to en
force payment i.nd the company will pay
only at the limit of coercion. Is that pros
pect inviting to an Investor ?
Since IbSS the motor company has owed
this city for tearing up Broadway and Ave
nue A thousands of dollars. It had no de
fense ; it had agreed to pav , but it would not ,
and It Is only within the last few days that
the suit instituted for collection of this
debt vcas submitted to the court. Is that a
cheeri'ig ' prospect to the capitalist invited to
buy our real estate ? ,
These are but two out of a dozen instances
in which the motor company , a public serv
ant , organized under promises to develop
Council Bluffs , has resorted to every device
dishonest ingenuity could invent to repudi
ate its obligations and to work injury to the
city that gave it such u magnificent fran
chise. CITIZEN.
rrotrct tlio Corporations.
Corscn , Bi.ri-F * , Dec. 2. To the Editor of
TUB Br.i : : Your correspondent "Free
T > anco" offers very doubtful consolation to
invested capital in the assurance of pro
tection by the law. While possibly the law
might protect , property from mob violence
it in no way shields the business and
private affairs of corporations from a class
of citlzeiu who are constantly busy criticis
ing the management of corporations that
afford them the enjoyment of many com
forts of life that were unknown to the
working classes , until combined capital In
the form of corporations , placet ! them within
reach of the musses. Allow mo to ask
"Free Lanco" who ought to bo the best
judges of an equitable motor fare , thosn who
have their money Invested in the enterprise
and know the cost of maintaining and
operating the bridge and street raUway , or
arrogant faultfinders and political sharks.
who , not having any Investment of their
own to care for , busy themselves in dictat
ing what returns their more fortunate
neighbor bhull receive on his Investment ,
especially If ho has generously put Ills
money Into u public improvement ( S.
HOCIAI , c.ossm
U'lint Iln > Happened During tlio I'ait
to Itullovo the .Monotony.
The throes of Thanksgiving week are over ,
the turkey population is largely a thing of
the past , and the people of Council Bluffs
have settled back again into the hum-drum
routine of this work-a-day world. Pleasant
memories , with now and then , perchance ,
an unpaid doctor's bill , nro all that remain
of the preuaratlous and bu tlo incident to
the few days preceding the great national
holiday. The week was not distinguished
for the brilliancy of its social events , and
yet there have been fqw weeks during the
past year when people enjoyed themselves
so well. The pleasure , that had Its founda
tion in natural good fellowship , rather than
u desire for ostentatious display , was the
main feature of the social events.
The reception given by Kt. Andrew's so
ciety on Thursday evening hus been written
up at some length in these columns , but it
may be added that this society has probably
never given an entertainment that was quito
so universally enjoyed as this was. Most of
these present were of ono nationality , while
these who were not wore brought into the
fold for the time being by the sturdy hospi
tality and hearty good ohecr , and all were
Scotch until the break of day.
Unity ( Julld pave ono of its enjoyable
dancing rartles Friday evening at the Ma
sonic temple. There was a largo turnout ,
partly from the well known ability of the
members of the guild as entertainers , and
partly from the fact that it was to bo the
lust 11 mo the temple hall was to bo used for
social purposes. Flno utuslo was on hand
and all were highly entertained ,
Miss Helen Stoddard entertained a llttlo
company ol friends on Thanksgiving evening -
ing at her homo on Second avenue. These
Askln , Melvln Gould , John Stoddurd , Oscar
Uyar and Charlie Sayles.
MUs MIHati Trudo entertained a number
of her Omaha Irlends Thursday evening at
her home , 24 South Twenty-second street.
Among them were the following : Misses
Clara Huxpld , Dora Evans , Uonulo Moulton ,
Edith Wallace Anna Peterson. Doru Hoys
Nellie CadyVlnnlo Bishop , Miss Thoinp-
ou j Mcm . T a Price , Arthur Hathaway ,
Wilbur Lemon , \Vlllnnt Chambers , William
Miller , .lean C' . Whlnnery , .lohn 1 < nrson ,
Arthur Tlllson. M tafferty , Volncy .lohnson
nnd Ptrcy Thornton.
ClirUtlftii TMiornucIo U 'Sow Itcaily tor
Occupancy Thn Dny'n rrosnun.
The members of the Christian church will
have feelings of a good deal of satisfaction
today , from the fact that they are through
with the worry of moving around and have
at last moved into their now tabcrnaclo at
the corner of Scott and Mynstcr streets.
This church has made remarkable progress
since its organization three years ago by
Hov. C. Munroe. At that time meetings
were held In a vacant store room at the cor
ner of Twenty-sixth street and Broadway
and by dint of hard work forty members
worn secured at thn outset. Meetings
\vtro held with more or less regu
larity during the next two years , and at the
beginning of the present jear Hov. 12.V. .
Allen was called as permanent pastor. Kast
May the lot was bought on which thb buildIng -
Ing was to bo orcctud , ill a cost of flvO.
October 14 the work of erection was com
menced and now I he church finds Itself with
u building ready for use , not showy In archi
tecture , but well adapted to its needs. The
bulldlns Is-IOxSO in dimensions and bus n
seating capacity of SIX ) . Over the entrance
Is the World's fair window that was pre
sented by the Woman's club of this city , the
same one that occupied so conspicuous n
place In the Iowa bulldlnir at the exposition.
On cither side of the vcstlbulo Is an alcove ,
which will bo separated from the rest of the
building ! > < portieres. Ono will bo furnished
by the Kings Daughters and the other by
the Young People's Society of Christian
The baptistery Is underneath the plat
form and is so arranged that the water In It
can bo heated In ten mlnutoj. The building
is very neatly furnished throughout. The
following program will bo followed out In
the dedicatory exercises today :
Iloxology Congrcgat Ion
Lord's supper Hov. II. N. Allun , urenidltiR
Song Congregation
i ° crlpiuro Ituitdlng and 1'niyrr.
Duet Mesdamc < ) llolf and Mullls
Miss I'utti'iMjnaccompanist.
[ 'resident 11. O. Avlusworth , Drake
lioport.of 1'lmuicu Committee.
Dedicatory Hymn Congregation
I'ruyur of Dedication and lli > noillciloii.
Hundiiy School lublleo Service
Congratulatory Service , a p. in ,
rivc-mlmilo Spcpi'lirs 1'astors of tbu Cltv
1'imlins Christian Churches , Oinalm.
Young People's Society of ChrMluu Kndeavor
I'ralso Service , 0:30 : p. in ,
Son it Service. 7:30 : n. in.
Polo Mlbs 1'ortcrfio'd
Sermon President It. O. Aylesworth
Kill llrown , Who Shot H Colored Mnn , U
Where He Can llo Gotten Hold Of.
Bill Brown , a well known desperado of
this city , is in jail in Sioux City , and will bo
brought hero this morning , Deputy Marshal
Fowler having left last evening for that pur
pose. Brown's last escapade was the shoot-
in ? of Harvey Washington , an Omaha colored
man , In a barbershop kept by John Morton ,
near Iho Northwestern depot. So far as
can bo 'earned ' , the shooting1 was entirely
without excuse. Brown , with some com
panions , went into the barber shop on
the evening of November 21 , and , whip
ping out n revolver , shot at Washing
ton without any apparent provocation. The
bullet grazed Washington's head , cutting a
lone and deep furrow in his scalp. He was
taken to the other side of the river and has
been in n very precarious condition ever
since. Brown disappeared and nothing was
hoard of him until a few days ago , when
Deputy Marshal Fowler got a clew which led
to his arrest. Brown has been mixed up in
almost innumerable scrapes in which guns ,
knives and clubs have played important
parts. The authorities hope to bo able to
clinch him in this case and send him where
he will not cause further trouble for a few
Closlue Out Art ( iiioiU ut a lilf ; Discount
Chnnre fur Flno ClirUtmua Present ) ! .
The great stock at Riley it Sliorrn-
den'a art store ou Miiiu street is to bo
slaughtered. They intend to close out
the stock : before tlio holidays , and will
start in with a cut of from 20 to SO per
cent. It is tbo royal opportunity for tbo
people of Council BhitTd anil Omaha to
got appropriate Christmas presents for
little money. Tbo cut includes every
thing in the stock and all orders for
frames. With every dozen cabinet pho
tographs taken In the next 110 days a
beautiful etching will be given frco.
AVheru la Worship.
First Baptist Church Preaching by the
pastor morning and evening. Subject In the
morning , "Pessimism. " Evening subject ,
"Tho Preparation of the World for the Com ]
Ing of Christ , " the Urst of a series of lectures
to young people. Sunday school at IS ! m.
bunday school at Twonty-nlnth street and
Bethany missions at U p. m. Preaching at
Avenue E mission at" p. IP. and atBothany
at 4 p. m. Monthly conquest meeting of the
Baptist Young People's union at 0JO : ! p.m.
The ordinance of baptism will bo adminis
tered in the evening , .lames H. Dans , pas
tor.St. . .Tohn's English 1 Aithern Church Serv
ices in the Mcrriam block in Young Men's
Christian association chapel , nt 11 n. m. and
70 : ! p. m. Hev. O. W. Snyder , pastor. Sun
day school at St:45 : a. in. Lecture on catc-
chum and song service at 7 i > . m.
First Presbyterian , Hov. Stephen Phclps ,
Pastor Preaching by the pastor at WW ; n.
m. and 7IO : ! p. m.
Fifth Avcnuo Methodist Episcopal , .T. In
dus Farley , Pastor Preaching , 10:30 : and
7:80. :
Broadway Methodist Episcopal Preach-
Ing. 10 : 0 n. m. nnd 7'lO : p. m. , by Erangelist
Wlllson. Subject In tbo morning : "The
Necessity of the Now Birth. " In the eve
ning the subject will Do : "Scckorsof Salva
tion Opposed by the Devil. " The Indies will
sing both morning and evening , II. P , Dud
ley , pastor.
Congregational Dr. Askin has sufllciontly
recovered from his recent sickness to bo
able to conduct scrvico this morning. Sub
ject : "Humility Essential In Acquiring
Truth. " No evening service.
The Heorgam/.ed Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints Corner of Pierce and
Olcn nvcuuo. Sacrament at 10UO : n. ui ,
Preaching at 70 ; ! p. m.
Second Presbyterian Harmony and Logan
streets. S , Alexander , pastor. Hosldonco ,
701 East Broadway. Preaching nt 10:30 : a.
m. aiid730 : p. nn Sunday school at It ! m.
Young People's meeting nt 7 p. m , There
will bo u congregational mooting after the
morning session.
Young Men's Christian Association MeetIng -
Ing at 4 o'clock for both ladles and gentlemen -
men , conducted by Hov. Mr. Wlllson , wife
and daughter. Meeting for boys from 8 to
1ft years of ago at ! l o'clock , led by F. M.
Wriirht. Subject : "Paul's Conversion.11
"Tlio'llooilnr Schoolinuitor. "
An oiitortalmnont will bo given in tbo
opera bouso Wednesday evening , which
should bo attended by every porhon in
Council BlulTs who makes any proton-
BioiiB to culture , namely , "The Uoosior
Schoolmaster , " written by Edward Eg-
gloslono , and abridged ami arranged for
public reading by Prentou K. Dillen-
beck. lr. Dillonbeuk IB director of the
Kanbns City School of Elocution and
Oratory and bin rendition of the charm
ing btory , which has been made im
mortal by Eggloatono , furnishes a
splendid entertainment for an evening.
His condensation of the story bus
brought him fame and has given do-
Hght to his hearers wherever ho has
appeared. Council BluH'D people will
liuvo an opportunity to hoar Mr. Dillon-
beck Wednesday evening nnd none
should fail to take advantage of the
Abe Lincoln I'oit Ofllcerf.
The following ofllecrs for the ensuing year
were elected last evening by Abe Lincoln
post , ( Jrana Army of the Hupublic : Com
mander , F. A. Sackett ; senior vlco com
mander , E. H. Fonda ; juniorvico commander ,
1. Doty ; chaplain , Dr. O. W. Gordonj nuar-
termavler. James Jucoby ; surecou , Dr. J. F.
White ; officer of the day , K Brooifs ; onlccr
i , "
of the guard. Txj lOrabl , ; post trustees. V.
Orass , J. C. DeHnTcn , C. S. Hubbard ; relief
trustees , B. S. Dawsoti , H. DeloiiR ; ,1 , C.
Dcilnven ; delegate to the state convention ,
J. B. Drlosbuehjalternate ; , .1. S. Strain.
.M'lc. Ucrolil
Will bo hero | { or two more days , Mon
day anil Tttesdny , to cxplahi the advan
tages of and lit the new Floxlbono corset.
BO recently awilhlcd the highest medal
nt tbo Columbian exposition.
Tills Is an opportunity no lady should
mlas seeing , evcii if you did not pur
chase. It would certainly bo to your ad
vantage to Imvo the qualities of the
corset explained to you.
They conio In three qualities $1.50 ,
$2.00 , $11.00 , and made In drab , whlto
and black.
During this corset carnival wo have
made some dcon cuts In regular stock
which wo wish to discontinue , " 5c and
$1.00 corsets , Me.
Corsets sold for $1.25 to $2.00 now Me.
This lot includes Thompson nnrslntr ,
Chicago walat. Warner's health , C. 11. ,
la Sprite corsets , going nt $1.00 , worth
Sl.f.O. .
Council HlulTs , la.
Tbo Woman's Christian association
will open a fair on the otb of Decumbor
at tbo Eiscmnu building , continuing
through iivo days. There will be for
sale beautiful paper novelties direct
from Now York , dressed dolls , fancy
work , canned fruits and jollies. iJlnnor
and supper will be served each day by
the following churches : Tuesday ,
Methodist ; Wednesday , Congregationalist -
alist ; Thurbday , 1'rcsbytorlnn ; Friday ,
Baptist ; Saturday , Christian. These
caterers guarantee good meals. All
como and give this hospital benefit n
duo slmro of patronage.
Clinmlior * ' Dimclng Ac.iilrmy.
W. E. Chambers has Just leascti the hall
In the Shugart block formerly occupied by
the Hoyal Arjanum , nnd for the next three
years will have oxnU'slvo control ot it as
headquarters for his dancing academy , llo
is having the interior remodeled and ilttcd
up Into ono of the cosiest assembly rooms in
the city and it will undoubtedly enjoy as
great popularity as in the past. Tbo wnlls
and coiling Imvo been painted and frescocu
neatly nnd the windows are to bo hand
somely draped. The large doors between
the reception room and iho main room have
been removed and m their place Is an arch ,
to bo tastefully hung with rich portieres.
The reception room will bo carpeted with
Brussels carpet and handsomely fur
nished In a manner suitable for a
card room. There are dressing and toilet
rooms for ladles and gentlemen , full elevator
service and everything uloe that will best
suit the convenience of these who use the
hall as a place for social gatherings.
Ono week from next Wednesday Mr.
Chambers will throw his new hall open to
the public , giving n reception to which nil
his friends arc invited. An attractive pro
gram will be presented , consisting of orches
tral selections , the orchestra consisting ot
ten pieces. Those .who KO will Ibid a wonder
ful transformation ironi the somewhat dingy
surroundings of last year. Tin , elevator will
bo running in the Pearl street entrance.
The Twin City lj-c Works.
The Twin City Dye works is now the
largest and most complete in the west.
Tlio now building is equipped with the
newest approved machinery , in bands of
expert workmen. All kinds of dyeing ,
cleaning and renovating ladies' ami gen
tlemen's garineiity , feathers , etc. All
work guaranteed. Olllco and works at
0th street and Avcnuo A , Council
Blufl's ; Omaha olllce , J52L Farnam street.
G. A. SUHOKDSACK , Proprietor.
Carpet itciuimntD ,
Large enough for good sized rooms ,
newest and lincsl , patterns , at away Ies3
than cost , and all other kinds of goods ,
portieres , luces and upholstery materials
at prices that cannot bo duplicated nny-
where else. Council BlulTs Carpet Co.
The Wlllson Mcotlu8.
The gospel has been spoken clear , sharp
and crisp in the Broadway Methodist
Episcopal church the past two weeits. A
goodly number hnvu como out and professed
a new life , and the members of the church
have been stirred to more activity.
Mr. and Mrs. Willson are both preachers.
Mrs. Willtou gave an mldrcss to women ou
Friday afternoon. It had been announced
as a woman's meotiiiir. but what was her
surprise to see the presiding elder of this
district walk in aim contentedly take u seat.
Ho must have enjoyed it , for ho remained
until the meeting closed.
This morning Mr. Willson will speak upon
the thcmo "Why Must n Man ISo Born
Again to Enter the Kingdom of Heaven ? "
In the evening there will bo n gospel serv
ice. Monday evening they will glvo an
other of their select concerts , 'i'hcse Mon
day evening concerts are an attractive
feature of the Willsotis work , and the pcoplo
and press everywhere nro loud in their
prnlso of these gospel vocalists.
Tomorrow evening .foio Dell Parks of
Omaha , n little miss of B summers , will take
purlin the program. As an elocutionist she
is wonderful. Frco tickets of admission
can bo had at the services In the Broadway
clfurch today.
W. E. Chnmborfa' now dancing ball in
the Shugart block will bo open by De
cember 10 for the use of tbo public for
parties and social functions generally.
Any music desired can also bo arranged
lor. Fall information can bo had from
the elevator man at the 1'oarl street
entrance , or by addrebslng . K , Chani-
borfl , corner Seventeenth and Douglas
Htrcots , Omaha. Dancing classes cvory
Wednesday. Full elevator service fur-
nishcd for'all patrons.
Tbo Smith-Premier Typewriter com
pany has opened an oflice , 100 S. Main.
Typewriter supplies for all makes of
machines. Telephone , 112. Call us up
if you wish anything in our line.
Charles Forbes has been wanted by the
authoiities for some little time , and lust
evening Deputy Sheriff Nick O'Brien and
Ofllcur L. Cousins ran across him in the
southern part of the city. Ho is charged
with passing two lorgcd check ? for { .M ) each ,
ono ou Mlko Klldaro and the other on Del
( J. Morgan. Ho was taken to the county
Jail to awn It n preliminary examination ,
The Council HlulTs Insurance company
1ms bad a very prosperous year , al
though with most of companies the loss
bus boon alarming. The , net earning of
our homo cuinpuny is double that of lust
year. _ . . _
Tlio last chance lor n Hound Oak this
year ; only 2.1 'loft , and can't got any
more. They won't lust over ten days.
A very few pndiniit Homes loft at Cole
it Cole's , Main street.
( in car Corn ! hugur Corn !
Try the Couhcil BlulTs Sugar Corn.
The best in the market.
Absolutely 'I" chemicals used to blench
the corn white , ' It Is young , tender ,
bwcot , clean and wholcbomo.
llnvrlicyu oniceri.
Hawkcya ledge No. 1S4 , Independent
Order of Odd Fellows , held its semi-annual
election of officers Friday even lug and the
following oftlccrs were chosen for the ensu
ing term : Noble grand , J. C. Mitchell : vlco
grand , M. McCuuoj secretary , K. 11. Edger-
tou ; treasurer , M. Ucgroat ; trustees , James
Spuro , A. Wludlo , Krcd Happ.
Smith-Premier typewriters for rent.
Telephone , H' _
ITnvo you scoa the new gas heaters at
the Gas company's olllcoy
For rent , the btoro room now occupied
by the U , P , Ten Co.
W. S. Dalrd , Lawyer , Kverott block.
timoku T. D. King & Wa Purtajjaa.
Abk your grocer for Domestic eoap ,
Disastrous Tire in the Business Portion of
the Oity.
rircincn Itnvn DllUriilt Tn k In Control
the rinnim-Tlio I.im Will llo Very
Hfiny Illnzca at Oilier 1'lncci
HAI.TIMOHG , Deo. S. One of the most dis
astrous llres in the history of the city swept
through the commercial center tonight , en
tailing a loss of $700.000 nnd throwing out of
employment over WX ) pcoplo. It was only
the fact that the fire broke out after workIng -
Ing hours that prevented n harrowing loss
of life. Darkness had hardly fallen over the
city before a general fire alarm was sounded
from i'laca and Lombard streets. When
the department arrived upon the sceuo the
mammoth Hclscr building , ill and ! HJ , South
Plnca street , was a seething mass of Humes ,
and other structures of llku importance
were menaced by showers of s arks , whiish
a strong west wind was sending in every di
Before the llanics weto gotten under con
trol , the following buildings were gutted :
No , ill South I'laca street , occupied by tbo
Uoutsch Lithographing and Printing com
pany ; L. Johns' overalls and dry goods
factory nnd Charles Itetser's shoo factory.
No. 'it ) South Placa was occupied by D.
Langfeld & Co. , cloak manufacturers. Next
door was the cigar factory of August
Mencken & Bros , All these establishments
were totally destroyed.
Spread tif tlio I'lrr.
The flro then spread to the dissection hall
of the Maryland university. Sixteen ca-
dnvRi-s were In pickle on the top lloor of this
building , nmomr them the remains of Uncle
Perry Anderson , of Hurklng fume. Heforo
the llames were gotten under control at 8
o'clock in the evening , they had com
municated to the warehouse unit storage do-
tiartmunts of M. S. Levy & Sons , straw hat
manufacturers at i'laca and Lombard streets.
Whllo the lire wan nt its height the eon-
grcgatlon of the Jewish synagogue were
dceu In worship at their temple at C'ermaii
and'PIaca streets. The roof of the edifice
caucht lire and it required the united efforts
of the llrcmen nnd police to prevail upon the
people to leavettio building , which scorned
in imminent danger of being consumed.
The llames reached L. Coition's stables.
located In German street and ran through to
Cider alloy. Three hundred horses and
mules were removed to safer quarters.
Kosciied from tlio I'hllncs.
Annie Taylor , one of tlio employes in the
Laugfcld building , was taken out of a secoud-
story window by llrcmen.
Only thu strenuous efforts of the flro de
partment saved the establishment of Urig-
luun , Hopkins & Co. , straw hat manufactory ,
and Strauss brothers , wholesale clothiers ,
from being destroyed. The firms Urst named
lost their entire stock , all of which are fully
The buildings are owned by the McDaniol
estate and are also covcnul by insurance.
O ltlEO ll II H II IIII17P ,
OSIIKOSH , Wis. , Doc. U. COOK'S block , occu
pied by mercantile houses and as an oftlco
building , was destroyed by lire early this
morning. The loss aggregates about fJO.OOO ;
msuraucc S2" > ,000.
Oiittoil tlio Top Floors.
New YHHK , Dec. 2. Fire tonight gutted
the thrco top floors ot the J. M. &J. H. Cor
iiell company , causing a loss of (1)0,000. ) in
surance not known.
1'rolilcnt Dolu's AllrciMl Hnvi > y at f.niit
.Secures Ills Liberty.
DEXVEII , Dec. a. Von Oralta , the sup
posed secret emissary of President Dele of
the Hawaiian 'islands t'o President Cleve
land , Is in the city still. The Salt Lake
ofllccrs , who want to take You Gratta back
to that city to answer various charges of
fraud , presented their papers to Governor
Wai to today , but thai executive refused to
grant the requisition on technical grounds.
Ho said the officers' papers wore not made
out properly. Thcro will bo habeas corpus
proceeding stnday nnd Von Gratta is con-
Jldeut ho will not bo held when he shows
his papers.
Dr. Johnson examined Von Gratia yester
day and found him suffering from n tumor.
Ho pronounces the man unlit to travel.
H. Brown , alias James Von Grotta was re
leased from custody tonight on a writ of
habeas corpus. Governor Waite bus finally
decided that ho will not return Von Grotta
to Salt Lake , wheio hois wanted on u charge
of swindling , on account of his poor health.
Vou Grotta sticks to his story that lie is an
emissary from President Dele of Hawaii
with messages for President Cleveland , and
says he will now proceed to Washington.
Serious Crlnio ChiirKcd Against .11 IB. Kiniiia
Piitteii of lltiili.
SAi/rLAun , Dec. a. [ Special Telegram to
TUB Br.i'.l Mrs. Ktnina P.ilten wasurrcsted
this afternoon on the charge of poisoning
her uncle , Soren Neilson , n banker of
ICphraim. She had been on a visit to him
several months ago , and while there Neilson
ate some mush ono night nnd was immedi
ately taken 111. llo lingered through the
Highland died iho next day. Doctors said
death resulted from the effects of a combina
lion of rough on rats nnd laudanum poison-
Ing. Later it developed that thu day ho
died the urlsoncr purchased a bottle of laud
anum nnd the bolllo was found empty hi the
house. Two thousand dollars In tlio house
having boon tnkcn , Iho motlro Is thought
to have been plunder. Evidence against the
prisoner Is very strong.
IXUIIKASK Till' : jn'AJ.Ill\
View nf tlio Knpoal of lEntr
.Mutitrlul Ilutlrn.
LONDON' , Dec. . The Economist , com-
mcnting on Iho Wilson tariff bill , says : "It
would be wise for our manufacturers not to
expect too much from the bill If carried in
its present form. Undoubtedly trade has
suffered to some extent by the McKinley
bill , but it Is doubtful whether the trndo
has suffered us much as many suppose. The
reduction of import duties will undoubtedly
have n beneficial effect iinon certain In
dustries , but it would not of itself cnnbhi
them to make food nil the ground lost slnco
Ife'JO. '
Ife'JO."Kcgnrdlng general trade there Is no
doubt whutavor that Iho repeal of duties on
the raw material would render American
munufncturc/s / , whoso competition Is already
felt In certain markets , much more serious
rivals than they aro. "
lleviurllntc thn Crime * Act.
LONDON , Dec. ! * . The National Observer
urges tliiit full use bo made of the crimes
act Immediately , In order to combat Iho Irish
secret societies which , llio Observer says ,
arc again stirring and who will go nuiuli fur
ther limn Ihey have gone.
Continuing , the National Observer says :
"Tho Irish police were hamportd by wnnl of
authority , but the ministry decided that the
vermin of Irish society must lie allowed llm
full measure of the law , and to that end has
half disarmed the police. "
Cunglit liy u llrako llenm ,
WVMOHE , Neb , Dec. ! * . ( Special to THE
BEK. ] William Glenn , a brakcman , working
in the yard at this place was caught by a
brake beam Thursday night ana had ono leg
badly mangled. Amputation nbovo the knee
was necessary.
Charles Anderson , the sneak thief who
broke Into I'isor's luloon , was takcu to Heat-
rico yesterday.
rulUiru of u Colorado Hunk ,
Jl'i.ESiiimo , Colo. , Deo. 2. [ Kpeciul Telegram -
gram to TUB I3EB.J The Stale hank of this
place made an assignment today to Peter
Pcterscii , Hedgwlcn couutj in the only
heavy doposilor ,
Two Maladies That Work
Catarrh Invites the Other Safety Lies
in Freohifr the System From All
Foims of Cntarrhnl Disease.
CATAIMill Ol'TRN Till * . rONllITION
UAUSKS I.A Ullll'1'1 * . IT IH Tilt : CONDI-
T10N IA OKI PIT ; UUVES 111.11 1 Nt ) , IX-
ur.iii * . A ito.Mi : rou ITSKUIOUNTXT
( iitiiMM * AN-n ITS Aprr.u-KiTr.rTs. sini ;
corn U.S.
tll'AlUl AOAINST TIMS llAMlKltors IN-
Ii.V'NX'A ! ( ' TIUN ' 'HOI'I'HAMniAlMCAI.
nrno.vniATiNviTi-siT. IT is Noncm
wxci : or i.AtiitiiMM : THOSI : I-ATIKNTS
Mr. S- . I * . Williamson
, order clni-k for Swift , t
to. , iinuken , foiitli Omaha , lives tu HUM South
Jilli strcnt. Mini Is acll known business tmiti
and property owuor. Mr. Wltlh.i , HOI " viys n"
htmnoilcslroformibl city , but deem" " I Just
' ' ' l" ° " " ' "ll " ( UV " " "
"List winior 1 was stcl : two mouths with
. ' , ? , ' ' ' 'IM'1' . wlileli HII exhausted ny , noivous
svslpin and vitality that I was uxtrcinclv
wuuk iinil nil m > loillly functions uruatlv Im-
pnliod. A catnrrlinl iioiililulniiliiiso for'sumo
time nmclo iimiails nn my lioallh. lir. Shun-
ii rd iroatcd mo for tliroo month * iinU I gained
sliMiillly In every ii'spoi't.
'w IOtV' ' ! , mrvus ; " 'i'1 ' ' wholn system uro
, , , , i ,
) fiidld shii . .
1m y , fl pa. ror.nurly niv blood
tisumcil Ililok ami inovoil In n .Muzitlsli wav
I h roil ah my veins. A Herself Ins mv biood nil
illMit It was ciiiy to do the rest. I can sluon
ami rest ns I roiihl nut ilo bi > foro. I Imvo a
' .In''i-01 for "n' frlod > . ll < lees " 1U snuil and
b.tllds tno ui ) . llnforo I ImiliHidusliotocat.
Aloiiawllhiiiylmvtfri.it slnto I had u rliou-
L'Ji'ir ' ami fV,1")1 ) fl ! ' ' u WIIB tlnie Wls ! somewhat
fiillotiiiiliiiiiiilstvelllnir. It la m-arlv
won now. I am so hlcnly pipasnil with my
snli'iic.lil Improvoiiu-nttliat , 1 ur o my friends
whi ) iiiM-il Iroatniimt for chronic diseases to o
anu } , ct rollefaiul ruro as 1 Imvo done. "
.Sonic 1'ncts of lniirtui < * B to All I'coplo
I\PIMP < | to Weather Cliuiiicx.
Mr. A. l > . Hollander. UviiiK with his family
atiilL'IS. Ultli street. Council lllnlVs , Isaoarru-
nalrurnt thu rnlon Pauttic trnnpfor. mid has
been In tlio I'nlon 1'iuilllo service for llvu
years , llo is also : t faithful member of iho
Swedish OJilfollowi IodiseNo. . 1KI , Oinalia.
The iiHluroofMr. llollaiidcr's work opposes
him to the weather u cruat deal , nnd tlila h.-n
ii-'Rraviited am' aldu.l . HilUonso with which ho
was ullllctud until. Oesplto his oltorts with iia-
tent mcdlulnes and jiliyslolans wliodld not un
derstand his trouble. Urn disease hud bceoinu
u clironlu oiii1. Mr. Hollander hays :
" 1 sulTcrad so much and so luns that 1 was
( ruiliinl Komnviil of the Itnunty Will llo n
Serious Illinr to tlio South
AVAsiiixr.Tos , Dec. 'J. The trend of all the
conversation of senators who arc interested
in sugar is indicative of n severe struggle
over the sugar schedule when the tariff bill
shall roach the senate , if it should not bo
mortified in the house. A southern senator ,
whoso constituents are largely interested in
tliesc questionssaid , in discussing It today ,
that there was no doubt that senators from
all the states , both south and west , which
are producing sugar of either i-ano or beet
variety under the bounty system would unite
to oppose the chanso proposed in MIC Wilson
The states especially concerned were
Louisiana and Nebraska. California and
Kansis. The last thrco ot these arc pro
ducers of beet sugar , the Louisiana product
not beintr confined to the beet variety.
Louisiana , said the senator , had been
originally and was s',111 opposed
to the bounty system because
of iho danger of their Industry being singled
out for opposition because it would apnear
to bo especially favored , but they thought
then and think now that there ought to be a
duty upon the article. The plan of the Wil
son bill for a gradual reduction of the
bounty ho charnclcrizcd as a mode of killing
them by slow degrees , as U would Do impos
sible for the industry to survive against for
eign Importations and domestic discrimina
tion without some protection at the hands of
the government , llo said they did not ask
for protection as dollncd by the republicans
but would bo satistlcd with the democratic
tariff for rovcnuo , and according to his idea
thu duty could bo placed at about one-fourth
of 1 cent upon raw sucar and 1 % cents upon
sugar roflncd above sixteen of the Dutch
standard ,
Jtcrocnl/.cil for Kevcniic.
With a tm-IIT arranged upon this schedule
It would bo possible for the sugar planters to
survive against the foreign product and the
discriminations of American manufacturers.
Ho said that until the recent law went into
effect sugar had been upon the dutlablo list ,
and it had always up to that time been
recognized as ono of thu articles from which
rurenuo could properly bo derived and one
which would bo more evenly distributed
than upon almost any other article.
The senator dwelt upon iho capaplty of
Americans for the consumption of sugar and
declared that In another decade the pcoplo
of the United Ktntus would consume H.ouo-
01)0,000 ) pounds , for all of which tlio country
would have to ccnd Its money abroad unless
the home production could bu fosteriid. Ho
called attention to the fuel that during tlio
last year foreign sugar watt taxed It unit pro
vided a revenue of SW.UOU.OOO for the trcas-
urv , and asserted that H was folly for the
government at this time , when the revenues
are running so low , to doprlvo ilsulf of such
a source of riivenuo which It might receive
while bulldliig up an important industry at
home ,
Hill tlio lirut nnil Cnno IiMluntry
"To sum up , " said ho , "to pursue tbo
course outlined in the Wilson bill means thai
wo shall send abroad for the 'JKKIKKI ( ) tons of
sugar which wo now consume , stlllo the
growing Industry af beet cuirur culture In
the west and effectually kill the cano sugar
business of the south. Why , in Louisiana
alone , " ho continued , "thero are 400,000 per
sons who depend upon sugar as a means of
livelihood. Sugar 1 about the only nrtlclo
that can bo grown In that state- and to kill
it off moans that , tins vntt horde of proplo
would be thrown entirely upon the cold
charity of iho world. Talk about Iho effect
of thu cessation of silver mining In Iho west ,
tiiero are not a tltho of the people affect oil
by that to what would bo alfuctod by the
proposed legislation upon sugar. "
The senator also asserted that this legis
lation would , If carried into effect , bo disas
trous to the domrcratic imrt.v In l uUluna
and other states utTovtcd by it. lie docs uoi
hesitate to any that the strongest possible
light will bo organized In tlio senate against
the Wilson bill and ho is of Iho opinion Dial
Ixjulslana , Nulmibka , Kanias and California
senators , Including four democrats , two
populists and two republicans will onposa
toe bill \vlUi this schedule , whlcu , united
. . I trloil orcrjrthlni recommend-
rd. but M'etircd uolbltiff but temporary toilet
until I placed inr > elf under the rare ot Drs.
Copolaml nnil ilioi > aril.
A. a lloilANiFi : .
M'.Vl s. luih M. , Council lllufTj.
"My ciitarrli < pro.il ( from tluMio e and throat
to my oyr , which bei-amo hloodshnt ami
blurred. Myoarnweto tliun nttacxcd with
doafiiL-ss and rlnglnc. Mv syslotn vlalilvd
Moiidlly to the I'atntrlml dWuio until 1 WHS
nearly IIIOKIIII down In sticiulli. My stonineh
lost its power. I could not oat , A not cm
einitfh. Highland day , MM In. wlthsotuiiMs nnd
p-iln throiush mv i-hosl whloh made riM unit
sloop alimist inipoMstbto. 1 had n foollnc llku
l.a ( irlppo nnd mv luiiss norr Mire iiml \ > hiu < iv :
nil tlirongli. The torrllilo strain of omuliine
mndn my head fvol ilko bur < iliii2. At times [
rulsoil frothy nhlogini tlion attain It Hnnlil bo
thick anil yellow , A sovuro hoiitl'ieho was al-
niost ( onotaiil nnd was groutly ncuiuvalud
by i-olil or damp woalhor and law \vlndn , for
my work Is entirely initot dnoi-s. Dr. Shopiud
hns stuaillly tro.ilod inn until I ntn iinllroly
enroll. My eat-.rrh , doafno < ) nnd lii-adatbu
iii-o all sonui also my cuuisli nnd In in : symp
toms 1 oat and illpesl f iod splondld y , null
run Imill lit ) ns I never hnnuil to be. It luu
lalioii a niihiboriif months for this KMlid to-
oiill. Lint thu total expense linsbomi very lljjlit
nnd thn innthodsoinplnyodsoiitlilngHiidKiMlu-
fnl. I hellovu Dr. Shopnrd snvud mo fioin n
duL'linu Into consumption. "
AUI * YOU limxt ! ' 10 KISU TIIKllAltll-
WITH THAT HIS 1'Ur.-1 ! Nil COfdll. THAT
POHIXISS : : IN vorit i.i'xos. THAT Dim-
Al. L'ATAUIHI XOW. IT MAY 111 * t'O.N-
sr.Mi'Tiox IN THI : si'uiNo. TKIAT it
_ . .
A rrnnilnctit OlorKysniin Tnl ! of Dr.
tiiMd'H liiriiinpiiralilii ystiiin.
luv. ! 1"V. . l.uwls , the learned orllmilov clcr
Kyinan of I.i\lii ) loii , Mo. , has houn trylnv Iliu
CoinMiliid system of treatment by mull forca-
lairh of the In-iid and stomach , eonipllenlod
wlth'-ovoro rhronlc rheiiinntlsm , nnd nr.tesut
the toiultsns follows :
'I'liu enur.so of mull troalment. I have been
tnUln.1 with yon has boon attended with thu
liiipplrst nnil most cratltyhiK losiilts. The
im-dlcines which 1 have received icjznlnrly by
o.xprois secmi'il to co directly to the boitt lit
Iho whole Ironh'.o. The rheumatism hurt KOllc ,
tin1 headaches the iriicns-dr.uplni' , the slck-
ni'ssann distress of tliostonnifli , t.11 tin- pains
and nil-orlcs nf uutnrrh i.rr onilod. I liuvii
ciliii > d a good deal In Mesh alrmulv , and , with
ruslorcd slionuth and spirits , feel on-u moru
the lilessliu nf hualtli.
"Vnn have my full consent. Dr. Cotiolnnd.to
publish any part ot the cnrresponde-ico that.
IIIIH inkcn jilat'u liotween us. AM a minister ot
the snapul 1 fool that the work In which you
nrn cnu.iKrd Is tlnl of n Iruo phllauthrciiv
nnd vonr klndnesto mo , jier oniilly , shnil
never hu forjolten. "
IIOOMS nit Axn : it ! NEW YORK I.IPJ
OfleoHours ! 'J to 11 a. m.'J ; to > p. m , : 7 to ) u.
in.Sunday Ij u. in. to ) ; m.
Special Notices :
I'OH.SATjK A complete bottllnj wnrkx , In pno 1
lou-n and ( luiii a c-juil , iiaylir ; luslnesJoj ( 1
ivasons forwi'lllinr. AililruHsl ! : . llooolllaj
I\O YOU know Unit Day , t Iluss n-ivo no.ns
J'choluis bargains In mil and f.ir.lcii land naif
tills ully ?
AIISTKACTS nnil In 1-11 P.ir.n anilultynontli \ \
bought and sold. I'usoy A. Ttio.nii : , Coiriol
" 4rANTI31)IMacM'H ) for | ) OVH and Klrl * * toork
I for room and ho.'irdvnllo attiMutliif , *
Adihi'HH ' W. H. I'nnlsun
Ci AHHAOK roinuvnil , cusspools , vaults , elil'im
- cl < "ined. 1M linrlcu , al T.iylor's troajry , SI )
10Mlr'NT-A -l-room lioilH' . IiiamrJ of I' . K ,
J.pvln , iMti South Iwt Htn-et.
fm-nlslied , 118
J7OK HUNT-Two nlculy rouinH
S. Till Kticet. i
" \\7AJJTKD A yoimv man \\orkaltunl liontso
11 and bam. Amilyat ulllco of Ix'onard Krurctt.
" \\rANTKIl-To tnuli > . a yoiinir : i-inliiiiti > IUIVHP for
> ' couil imciimatlu llrrd lilcycl and a llillo I'unli ,
AlllllfbH I > UX I'-'l , COIIIIUll IIIIHIH.
with the solid republican vote , would bo
bunicicut to defeat it by a majority of nine.
\M'.l l ) Xn Attuinpt In the Sciinitit to Ic
lay Ilio Illll llnrciisiiniilily.
WAinsiroN ( , Dec. " . - .Senator 1 lawloynvas
asked by nn Associated press reporter today
If he thotignt the republicans In the .scnnto
would inalco an ufTurt to prolong the dcbato
on the tnrlu" bill. "Tho republlcniis will de
mand an opportunity ao be heard upon the
subject , " ho replied , ' -In all Its branches , ami
there will bo full dcbnto upon our Hide of the
chamber , but wo will iiinko no factious oppo
sition nnd will not resorl to the tuctlcs for
drltiy of the Jliml day beyond the time when
legilimntodobnto should hu exhausted , 1C
the republican senator * had any disposition
to seek thlsdclny. whluh Ihoy have not , they
would not be. supported by tholr constlluent
in doing so , The manufacturers and others
who aru interested In the subject are anx
ious to know their fate and lo hnvu the
question disposed of us speedily as It ca n bo
properly done. For tills reason , If for
no other , the nenators Iroin tlio nianufnclur-
ingstntes will join hnartlly In getting the
qm'.stion out of the way ns soon as It ican ho
( ionu.
In reply to a question as \vliothcrtho
manufacturers would not bo molllllud by the
fuel tbnt the Wilson bill goes so far toward
putting raw materials upon the frco list , i
Ilio senator replied thai they would not. '
They were protectionists upon prmclpln nnd i
wont upon the theory that whatever injured f
the country was Injiirloiirt to ihi'lr InturcHtH.
Iv ! s'loh loxiblntlon ns was propascii thu coal
m'lnes nnd jirotiui-rra nnd wool iiroducera
were lo bo crippled ami tlio mnnnfni'turcru
felt that tholr imirkot would a I BO "no Im
paired nnd they would not favor It. Ho (
would therufure vulo and work ngalmit
tliosu changes just nu ho would vote ami
work against iho changes proposed on mun-
uf.icturod articlesnna hu wan of the opinion
that other republican Honatori from llm I
manufacturing states would do the same. <
.Senator JnneH Clalnnt thu Kllvxr MIMI'I I're I
illctlim * lluvo Itm'ii ConllnniHl. I
WisniNfnox , Dec. 2.-Hunator Jones of I
Nnvada who has iipent the greater part of I
his time bin co iho adjournment In Now York I
has returned to Washington nnd was In tht I
capital today. Ho says that his observation I
of financial nft'.iirs contlrms him In the I
opinion expressed by him and other liver-1
itcs prior to the passing of the bill repealing I
thu fillver purchuslng clause that thcro I
would bo no material rovlvnl of btiblnntH bu- |
cmiso of tliat aellon by rongress. llo ( IniUl
tliatftomo mon who Imvubern hoarding tholtl
money Hlnco the pniili ) began are showing n |
disposition lo pul It oul for igill-odKCtll
sccurilicB , feeling thai II Is bolter to have a I
small incoinu from capital than to hoop it ]
lying Idle. l > ul Hint the disposition is I
against taking risks and as n conscqucncul
thcro U llttlo doing looking to thu extension I
of the Industrial Interest * of the country.I
This hu attributes to the small volumootl
the currency and tolhufnci thai pcrsonul
with money will not make invcitmciils when I
prices uro fulliog. I

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