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fa m NEWS FQOl\l COUNCIL BLUFFS.
i ' i - Office . , .I Pearl 1 Strcct.-fl. _ W. . : ltOI' Mftnngcr mid 1Ie sco. _ 1 I
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.m . ul MISTION.
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Clan StWlrt Is I cranplnp 1 IIaIwo'Cfl )
cclelJdton for the nIght of October 30.
The Council nuts CrlhbaJ8 club will loh
Oranel 1t flrit hotel meeting , next Siluttay night at thc
Lee lellc ) ' and Margaret Iaymond , both of
Omnha , were married , YCterday afternoon by
Ur , St phen 1'help.
. Jurl Mac ) ' put In a long and wlary day
' ' yesterday trying to become Interested In the
. trIal of the casc of White agaln.t Gray
The October teMI of lullu'lor court opcnell
'cpterllay , but no bURlncRs was tranMctI ,
This afternoon at 2 o'cloclt JUllg3 : lcOee will
c.1 thc docket and make asslnments ,
The Ldic 01 the laccabl8 will meet
In regular rovlcw tbls afternoon at 2:30 :
o'clock In Grand Amy of the Hepublc hal ,
ent All melber arc cordially Invite ! to be p es.
Iut city ledge No 71 , Ancient Free and
Accepted Masons , will meet II special corn- '
munlcaton this evening for work In the sec-
onll degreo. All fellow crafts are invited to
atunel , J. II. Atlns , secrotary.
Hev. H. M. Irdsal , whom many peple
have cause to remember , having heard him
sing during I ferle9 oC meetings held by the
Christian church some time ago , has ben I
the city for the ( last two or three days.
When the city prisoners were turneel out
to work Oi the streets yesterday morning
Prell Green , Dick Webster anti George Roper
were too Itfonl to handlc a hoe and were
put on breal anti water to Increase their
tiiusclc .
muce.
H. A. Walton began a replo\'ln suit In the
distrIct court yesterday against Constable J.
C. Balter to recover Ilossos.lon 01 a horse and ,
wagon which Baker attached a week or so
ago. Ho claims the rig Is exempt by statute
and wants $25 damages for the wrongful do.
tention.
Thc full ltst I of prlzcs for the coming bl. I
cycle races has been filled , thc merchants
responding promptly and liberally to thc re-
ql'ests 01 the commIttee. EntrIes are still
beIng receh'c'l. Among those 01 yesterday
were I.'relrlckson and Gadke , Nebraska's
creek .
class D men.
- A lteon 01 ReT , W. Williams set
fl'l to some 01 the outbuildings In his
fattier's yard Sunday afternoon to see what
1 fine blaze they would malte. I ! plans wer ;
frustrated by the appearance of his father
on the scene at the critical moment , and
there was but little damage . : done.
Moso Brown Is In Jai In Omaha charged
with the robbing 01 the Council Bluffs dye
works on the night 01 September 2i. Ono
of the coats stolen Is on his back , and has
been identified by the -Owner. Requisition
papers ore expected tomorrow , and Brown
'J wi be brought to this side of the river 19
/ soon ns they come.
, . . Judge Smith was In the city yesterday anti
I'eard evidence In connection with ' the settlement -
mont of the estate 01 Melvina Harding of
Neola Some 01 the heirs tn the east have
filed objections to the last report 01 the administrator -
mlnlstrator , Peter Egan , Jr. , what ptclls
hardest In the craw of the heIrs being a bill
bl
of I. I. . Robertson , amounting to $192 , for
attorney fees. The case was taken under
advIsement.
"Jat Bowes a 13-year-old boy , was arrested -
rested yesterday , afternoon . charged with
malicious mlcchlet. Platte Overton was the '
complalnnnt. lie claimed that the boy broke
the window of a building at the corner 01
Pourth avenue and Seventfnth street and
. alI hroke the door open for th3 purpose 01
stealng some goods that \\tre stored there.
The father of the youngster gave bond for his
appearance before Justice Vien
"Won't you please tel your readers that
reacers
tho' correct PronunciatIon of Powhatan Is not
lowh'tan or I'ohatan , - but l'ow-ha.tan , with
the accent on the tan , -I like Yucatan ? " 'fhus
remarked one 01 the'member of the 'Woman's
\ Christian association , who bas run up against
\ , t n good many people who have forgotten their
early historical studies. The rehearsals 01 the
opera are coming ! off finely , and everything
Indicate that the participants , principals ,
chorus and dancers will perform their respective -
spectve parts \el
The Fowler Theatrical company changed
hands yesterday afternodn. All the rights
and Property of the company were Ilurchased
by the Empire Stock company. The new or-
Janlzaton will b under the management 01
Iltise N .
luso Fowler. Jack Fowler will be re
tamed under salary as the leading man. The
conpnny was serIously hampered last night
by the failure of several new people to reach
.
the cl ) . Four of them will get hero to-
lay and the remainder ef the week will
see the production of some strong newt , plays.
" 1y Queen" will be the bill for tonight.
At an early hour Sunday morning Paul
Bouquet hall some trouble with I man em-
ployed In a restaurant next door and a friend
01 bls All had ben drInkIng a little to
drown their tap3 worms The' restaurant
man and his friend became obstreperous and
Bouquet ordered them off the premises. They
refm'M to go and Bouquet
grabbed a large
umbrella star and used It on thor with tellIng -
Ing effpct. They led nn Inlormaton against
him and had him pulell out of bcd early In
the niotning The case has now been settlet ,
however . and there wi be no further
trouble. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Farm loans made In western Iowa at low-
eat rates. No delay In closing 101ns. Fire
and tornado Insurance written In best ef com-
panies. Bargains In real estate. LOUGEE
& TOWLE , 235 Pearl St.
The Iardman ptano Improves wIth UD.
For Sith' .
A large numb of notes anti JUdgments
running to the Council Bluffs Insurance
- company. The same can be seen and examIne -
. med by calling at my office In the Bradley
' building. W. W. Loomis , receiver.
I'EISOX.l'.U.HtU'US. : : ! .
ne , ' . G. W. Snyder has gone to Iowa City
to attend the Lutheran synod. Ciy
N , M. Pusey and W. F. Baker left yester-
day for Shelby to make political spaeches.
Dr. E."p. . Saw'er the noted specialIst 01
Chicago , spent yesterday with Drs. Hanchett
& Smith .
: Irs , Lieutenant John McArthur 01 Fort
Omaha Is In the city , the guest of Mrs. C.
D. hlannan.
Mrs. II. Franklin has returnCl after a
three months' visit with her mother and
sisters In Indlnna.
C. G. Saunders left yesterday morning for
Shelby and Atlantic , where he will speak at
. the Drake meetings.
Miss Charity Babcock loaves today for Bal-
tmore , where she will take a two years'
course . ot hos.lal training.
George T. Phelps went to Lincoln yester-
clay to look Into the reported find of a gold
mine near that place. He Is the owner ef nn
ore separator , which he wants to have put
In uso.
Colonel George E. Tuck of the MCflynn
110g anti pony show I In the city arranging
for the appearance of the aggregation of
trained animals nt Dohany's some time In
No\'ember. _ _ _ _ _ _
Nothing like It. Th& famous Crown piano
with orchestral attachment leads them all .
IJourlclus Music house . 16 Stutsmnn street
Hardman anti Standard pianos , 13 N. IGtk
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The following marriage licenses have been
Issued b ) the county clerk :
Name and Address , Age.
Adlress
Lee Helslev , Omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :
Margaret Raymond , Omaha. . . . . . . . . . 3
A. \Y. Ihoekhoff , Council Bluffs . . . . . . . 37
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Mrr. Martha Crwe , Council Bluffs. . . . . . 31
Daniel McGrath , Omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Josepha Alsmetuna , Omaha . . ; . . . . . . . . 2
A plant thoroughly equipped with the
newest machinery , the best work by skilled
skied
einployes prompt deliveries and fair treat- :
. meat are among the things that makes the
Eagle "that good laundry " Telephone 157.
Radiant , Novelty and Elmhurst stoves for
hall coal are the most economical Stoves
malle. Bold only by Charles Swaine , HO
Broadway. _ _ _ _ _ _
Ganymede Wheel club national circuit races ,
Friday and Saturday Union Driving park ,
Council Bluffs. Can run to grand .tand.
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"Tlmt.
To save 6 per cent on your water bill until
I October 10. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Uuber DrO ' new meat market . tle finest
t the city . 13 Broadway ,
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l'lLlliiIl.G5 ) UI 'ritii CI'rY COl ? CI.
Shu'rt SIII II Which ) llch ) luntle ;
\ VurLVss nllC ,
The city council heM I short meeting lat
evening , but transacted quite on amount of
routine business.
The committee on fro ( and lights reporled
that the new fire alarm box had been lo
cated at the corner of Fourth street and
TwentY.frst avenue , and that another had
been changed from the corner of Elh"lth
street and Sixteenth aVenue to the corer
of Tenth Btrtet and Twentieth avenue.
The Judiciary commltce was instructed to
make coo the title of Mrs. ( Crandal to a five-
fet strip of land along Bloomer street which
was vacated some time ago.
tmo ag.
On recommendation of Councilman nrewlck
street the petitioi was : refused for a , . house sewer on harmony
Owen Cunningham hall a petition In asking
for some work on the streets In order that
lie mlg'lt ear enough money to pay his
taxes . One of the councilmen reported that
ho hall already hall employment on the
streets , but had been unable to let the owing
bowl alone. At such times ns ho would be
tmes
indulging his appetite he would cause I deal
of trouble , anf on recommlucaton of the
committee was refused on streets and alleys hIs petition
gll McCieliand's grading estimate for covering -
ering up the Hewer on Avenue C , between
Eleventh - and Thirteenth Htreets , was ordered
PUlJhiSiiCtl.
'Tio , was bond approved . of Gus lelsler , special policeman -
E. F. Test handed . In a voluminous com-
muulcaton , \ Ih reference to the Cltiens'
State banlt. The burden of It was that the
bank was not a ft place for the deposit 01
the cIty funds , unless a proper bond shouhl
bo given The communication was put on
file. ' -
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file.With
With reference to the Pearl street paving
Councilman Greenshlelds tated that he had
talked with some 01 the park commissioners
about tile part of the expense which they
were expected to pay and had founl them
favorable to the scheme. But ho had been
unable to get them to meet and 50 no formal
acton had been takcn. The committee was
granted more time.
The petition at the Council Bluffs Athletic
associatIon that they be allowed to fence
In the new foot bal grounds at the corner
of Seventh avenue and Twenty-first l'treet ,
until uch time as the council might ; sec fIt
to order I otherwise was referred to the i
committee on streets and alleys , although
there seemed to bo no opposition to granting
the request
A representative oe the Globe heat and
LIght company made a proposition to the
council to put single gas lamps In the outy-
lug distrIcts , where but little city light Is
now furnished. I was received and flied.
Brown reported that the new fire gong bad
been put In Jllaco.
A communication from "A Citizen , " who
modesty withheld his name , was read , de-
claiming against both Council Bluffs and Des
Moines brick for paving purposes , and urging
the counci to correspond with the city cn-
glneer at Ottulwa with a view to finding out
what sort of brllk was lade In Galesburg .
I" , claiming that It Is the best paving brick
made nl tIme country I was filed.
The following list of registrars for the
coming election was adopted :
First Ward-First precinct . \V. C. lien-
drlclts and C. W. Atwood 1 : P. E. Emig d.
Second precinct , E. C. Baldy and George
Scott , r : F. C. Dante , d.
Second Ward-First precinct , George Baker
and \Y. Hobenson , r : A. T. Whlte ey , d.
Second precinct , I , . A. Gray and J. T. Love ,
r : \\P. J. L:1terwasser : , d. _
Third WarI-I , lrst precinct , George S. Trey-
nor and Wilam lcCrry , r : A. S. Beck , d.
Second precInct C.V. . Brown and 0.- W.
Gordon , r : J. J. hughes , d.
Fourth Ward-First precinct , John Dickey
and hi. J. Chambers , r : I.V . Neal , d. Sec- I
011 precinct T. C. Jackson and Lee Hotch-
kfts , r : Arthur Slack , d.
Fifth Wanl-Flrst precinct , John Reese and
If. L Ward , r : W. V. ' . Cones , d. Second
precinct , liens Sallwlclt and T. A. Cochran ,
r : J , J. Klnley d. I
Sixth Ward-I lrst precinct , A , C. Cooper
and J. N. Wolfe , r : G. Mikesel , d. Second
precinct , George Cooper and John Krone-
weld , r : W. D.Doane , d ,
Co11'In'c Comlli.
I you want a good stoyo to put up before
you start your furnace , buy one of Swnlne's
air-tight stoves , the best made , at 740
Broadway. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ganymede Wheel club national circuit races
Friday and Saturday , Union Driving park ,
Council Bluffs. Car run to grand stand.
JOSI " 'AS VIJIIY OHS "I' It ldi'flhtOUS. :
her Ch".nlh' Cnu..1 her n'nu'nl
from thc Iolcc Court Uoom.
Josie lulbert Long , who has acquired a
reputation for foul language far beyond her
years , overstepped the mark yesterday morn-
lug while she was having n trial In police
court on the charge of vagrancy. Ofcer
Murphy was testifying as to the fact In the
case from the side at tIm prosecution when
she suiItlnly , Interrupted him with an ex-
clmaton 01 about twelve words , only thr'a .
of which could bo represented In print by
anything but long dashes The ebulton of
profanity and obcenlty cauEw the hair to
rise on the scalp of the baldest headed man
In the room.
"Tako her out ! Take her out , " ordered
Judge McGee. Deputy Marshal Jim Anderson -
son , who blames Josie for his present nickname -
name of "Hubberek , " ' Iadly came to thl
front to execute the court's order , but found
ho had all ho had bargained for an.1 moore
too She bit scratched and ( ought all the
way out of the room , all finally bad to be
carried down stairs , clawing at Anderson's
flaxen moustache at over step Judge McGee
entoreel an order restricting JOto's diet to
bread anti , water for the next two or
three days , during which she wIll
have time to rumtnate over the
danger of losing ene's pres'ence of
mind In court. A clerIcal looking moan , who
called at llr cell during tim afternoon to
offer spiritual consolation , was turned away
with n torrent of invective.
Fred Green and Susie Parker , a pall of
brunettes who were charged wIth being ac-
complces of Joslo , were fined $7 apiece
and given tckets entitling them to admission -
sion to time city jail for twelve da's.
Fred Stone , the colored nnn who assaulted
and threatened to shoot Conductor D. R.
Iughey on the motor line a few da's ago ,
was bound over to tlC grand jury on the
charge 01 aSult with Intent to kill. In
default of a $300 bond he was sent to the
county jail. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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A good , heavy May team about 8 years old.
Address David Bradley & Co.
A lug ' \ " ( 'tk In Priiiit's ,
Last weel was n big one with us . \\0
sold lot of those new stylish Irames. You
ought to see them. II. L. S ITI & CO.
IU'OI IIXI JS IVI' . SICK ,
I'Jisleiii's C'rUntnlc iCeojis : 11m CI'
of Ihc ( ) IIIt'Iil' Clutch" .
Deputy United States Marshal Illeg returned -
turned yesterday from Corning without W.
II , Ioxle , editor of the Adams County Ga-
zete , who Is wanted to plead to the charge
of sending extra papers at pound rates wih-
out markIng them as sample 10xie b
suffering from a severe attack 01 inflammatory -
tory rheumatism , Ills hands and feet are
swollen to an abnormal size and they alone
would probably have saved him from arrest ,
but when they were reinforce by a phy-
siclari'u certificate , saying that ho must not
be moved from his bcd , Ilweg took the
certificate and dropped this prisoner. The
chances are that 10xie will he confined to
hIs bed for a good while longer , for I Is
stated that he has been ill ever since June
and house. all that time has hardly been out ! of his
In the case at the United States against
John Kennedy the Unlcd States put itself
unmll'lakabl ' on recorll yesterday as having
no objecton to beer Kennedy was Indlct.1 .
on the charge 01 bootlegging . but ho claimed ,
and time evIdence showed , thaI hehad sold
nothing but malt liquors. Ills attorneys put
In an objection to the Indictment after the
jury had been drawn. Judge Woolson held
that as the instructions from tIme department
to the revenue collectors were that tIme sale
of malt liquors alone does not constitute nn
infraction of the anti-bootlegging law the
Jury mnum.t t bring In a verdict or acquittal.
W. E. nalard of Creston was tried almost
all day on the charge 01 impersonating an
officer and trying to bleed 1 suspected boot- I ,
lelser of money so that Balard would not
begin acton agaInst him. The defense upon
which Ballard rele.1 was that when the of-
fense was committed he was Just recovering
from the elects of n prolon"d t'lrce anti was
to all Intents and puipos s "trz ' , so that he
afterwards had to be taken to the state hos.
plal for trcatmnemmt The evidence showed
that on one or two other occasions Balard
had tried a similar trick and a verdict 01
gully was brought In.
James Hall , William Miller and John True -
del , nil Indicted for bootlegging , were called
by name , but did not respond. Bench war-
rants were thereupon Issued by order of the
court.
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Ganmede Wheel club national circuit races ,
Friday and Saturday , Union DrivIng park ,
Council Bluffs. Cars run 10 grand slnnd
The new Buts City laundry , 34
North Main , claims less wen and finer work
on shirts collars amid cuffs than any laundry
In time state. . Phone 314.
harvest Excurlinu
Via Burlington route , Oct. 8 and 22.
O. M. flltO\'N ,
Ticket Agent , Counci Bluffs.
Time llarilmanpimmno - - wins wany frIends.
Chamber dancing academy now open for
pupis , Cal afterlo a. m. Circulars.
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l'O'I'EI'S I'U ICI.S
Are Alwn1 J"I1 Tunis AI'wh.r"
131,40. ,
II" Iool
Bird cages 50c : copper bottom teakettle
2c : 10-qlart : faring heavy tin pal 10c :
copper bottom wnshboler i5c : 2 quart coffee
pot 10c : roiling pins [ c each. Time Great lOc
Store , 318 Broadway.
Ilr"t 1'eurHlou
Via Burlington route , Oct 8 and 22.
O. M , BROWN
Ticket AJenl , _ Counci Ibhmmfs.
Ganymede Wheel club national 1 circuit races ,
Friday and Saturday , Union DrivIng park ,
Council Bluffs. Cars run to grand stand.
Inr",1 Exclr.lon
Via Burlington route , Oct 8 and 22.
O. It ! . nnOWN.
Ticket - - Agcnt , _ Counci Bluffs.
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IIiisInys " ltIt i'l't tame 1'rztiiics .
These are busy days. We are selling lot
01 those now trmes , The prices Ire right
Cal and sea ' them. H. L. SUTI & CO.
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To snvo [ per cent on your water bill until
October 10. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Corer totes anti parlor suites In curly
bIrch and mahogany at Durfeo Furniture Co
Time Standard piano next to the Hardman.
)1"t"lut CUlf'r.uccllllulnhlclt.
WEBSTER CITY , la" , Oct. 7.-Speclal (
T.legram.-The ) Methodist Episcopal confer-
enco tonight made the following important
assignment of minIsters : Algeria G. W
Southwcl : Alcn , . \ . W Luce : liancroft . V , ' .
W. Cook : Clear Lake . S. P. Wilson : Eagle
Grove . , JV. . Southwel : ClarIon , C H.
De\.lt : Forest City , William Whitfiold : W'cb-
Whifeld
ter City , JV. . Mahood
. . ) J\y. : hoo. : sthervle , I. P.
"OHiger ; : Wty , I. I Smith : Fort Dodge ,
Robert Smkle : Humboldt , S. I Ileatty :
Beaty
Rockwell CIty , J. L. Whlne ) ' : Lemars , J.
U. Smith : Sioux City , First church , G. W.
L. Brown : Grace church , D. M Yeler : Had-
lock church I. H. : lcCafrce : Wesley , Sam-
uel Shaler : Correctonvle , E. M. Glasgow :
Ida Grove , A. S. I'lnagan.
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JEFFERSON , 10. , Oct. 7.-Special.- ( )
George Uhlrlch , a young farmer residIng
south of this city , was saved from suicide In
a peculiar manner. lie left a note saying he
was tired ef life and proposed to 1,1 himself -
self . and by the time the note was read ho
would bo dead. Relatives found the note and
search was at once instituted for the would-
be aiicido. He was found In his room , lying
upon , the floor tn an unconscious condition , an
open razor by his side , Ho afterward came
to and I was found that Just as he was . about
to slash his throat hens seized with I fit ,
to which he was subject , and fell to the floor .
I Is probable he wl be placed where a repe-
titian of the act wi bo " impossible
Xu".1 ' 'rll or Iilt'ychisjs.
SIOUX CITY , Oct. 7.-(6pcclal ( Telegram. )
-Theotloro and Eddie Kragness , brothers ,
enrouto on theIr bicycles from Minneapols
to the Pacifc coast , passed through the city
this mncmrning . They have been on the road
since last Wednesday and have already covered -
ered 337 miles. They expect to lake about
six weeks for the trip and are making the
experIment ef subsisting on specially pre-
pared chemical fed , using \0 meat at all.
A light tent Is carried and slops arc made
whereve ; they desire. Both are In good con-
diton and seem likely to lake the trip In the
prescribed time with a case.
1 llht Chl.lrll Left Orl.hnn.
SPRINGFIELD , Mo. , Oct. 7.-At Vernon ,
Lawrence county , thirty miles west of here ,
George Napper shot and killed his wife and
ended his own life by the same process.
Mrs. Napper bath tel dIvorce proceedings
and refused to live longer with him Eight
children are left orphans. Napper was n
money lender.
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l ollinaris.
" THE QUEEN - _ OF TABLE WATERS/J /
NOW SUPPLIED IN
" SPLITS.U
Ask for " Splits " at the
Restaurants and Bars. .
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I \ . IlVlii' . IN'tOi.t , ' MI.ltlllI ; ,
( 'list' lt ) r. ) llh , . thlt ' locm ? ul
SI'II flue uf Sult'I.It I
DES MOINES , Oct 7.-Speelal ( Telegram. )
-The inquest OVer the bo4ptt.tIacob hood- I
rlckon was In progress to'\qy. ' \ leQlrlck on'l II
body was found hanging under a railroad
bridge , but the suicide timciory was not borne :
out by circumstances The JIU'.Hd found witnesses .
nesses who had heard screams as of a
woman on tim bridge II the middle 01 the
night Others law a haclCllrl tll to the
bridge and unloati somethlng.ttt might have
been n bOIl ) ' . I has also beemi found that
lenllrlcltson hall I considerable sum of
money on his person shortly before he dls.
appeared. Several hair from n woman's head
were found on the rope with which he was
hung. Mrs. Anna Taylor , a colored woman ,
has been arrested for complicity In the deed ,
and It Is probable a murder for mooney will
dovelop. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
" 'nter CUmIIIU ) ' " ' 1 I hI I II SIUI" ,
DES MOINES . Oct 7-(6peclal ( Telegrm. )
-Tho water company , which last week was
defCted complete by the decisIon 01 the
supreme court sustaining the validity 01 time
ordinance reducing water rates about 40 per
cent , has communlcatcd to the city its de-
sire to ae.Wo the mater without further
litigation. It Inllc.les a deSire to accept the
rates prvided , with only minor change In
regulations . I has been expected the company -
pany would carry the case to the supreme
court 01 the United States , 1nd there Is more
rejoicing over time lastest love than over the
court decision. The proposition has not been
made In detail , but will bo lid before time
council very soon The artesian water com-
nilttce , which ha managed the fight emi be-
half 01 the citizens for three ) 'ear will
meet Wednesday and agree on a plan to force
the city to at once grant time new rates , I
an amicble adjustment Is not reached. The
company has found a legal point on which !
It can still charge the old tales for several
months. The citizens' commlto Is disposed
to make no concessons ! whatever , but Insists
emi the hotter 01 the ordinance recently sus-
taimmed The company claims lImo test for fire
lre
pressure Is so severe that II complied with It
would burt alt the pIpe In tIme city . This Is
the Important point au which there are dif-
ferences.
Shl\/ a U.iIHh ) ' rovthi.
DES MOINES , Oct. 7-Special ( Telegram. )
Following are the census figures for nine
counties given out ofcialy by the bure.lu
at the state house : .
Counties. 1890. h83.
Countel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,176 21,211
Black ljitwk . . . . . . . . . . . 21,219 26,91
Boone Ilwk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,772 27,039
Buchanan . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.99 19,205
Buena Vista . . . . . . . . . . . 133 : 15,023 1,20 :
Buter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,463 16P30
Blemer : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,630 15.403
Cahoun : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,107 15,78
Cass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,61 20,050
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Iemiiihit'I. . StilL Sth'I , " .
DES MOINES , Oct. 7.-(6peclal ( Telegram. )
-The republican representative cOlventon for
time district including Humboldt all Poca-
hontas counties has adjourned sine tile after
7,135 balots and to nomination. Each county
had a candidate James Mercer ( of Fonda has
been nominated by petition by the 1ocahon-
tat faction , and Pinch of Humboldt has been
named In the samoa way b ) ' 115 count )
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BOONE , Ia . , Oct. 7.-Spcclal ( Telegram-
The striking miners here marched In a body
to the Zimbelman mine . anti . attempted to
bring out the min there , who have returned
to work at the old scale. TIme men refused to
come out unless the men at Fraser quit. The
sLrlters wIll march to Fraser li the morning
and try to bring out the maim here. (
HI'1 fl'lln 1' I.I'Jil' ' " .
DES MOINES , Oct. 7-Speetal ( Telegrnm. )
-Stephcn Nowcombe , one a the oldest and
beut known citizens of Des Moines , tiled thIs
mortn of lockjaw , In l tel suffcrimmg. lie
was burt In I runaway two seeks ago , ono
hand beIng fearfully mnglec. From this
lockjaw developed . .
1\11.1 h ) ' I Ii. , OnI GUU.
DUI3UQUII Ia. , Oct. 7.-Speclal ( Tele-
gram.-Poter ) Frederlch , a printer , was hunt-
log Sunday when his shotgun was nccl-
dentally dIscharged and part 01 his head
blown off.
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Firm' Gimlets ) rct ( II . \ ugustn.
AUGUSTA , Ga. , Oct. 7-The Internatonal
conventon 01 fire chiefs opened up In Au-
gusta today I Is the biggest meeting In the
history of the assoclaton , Chief Benoit of
Montreal called the meeting to order. Con-
ressman flinch , In behalf of Governor Atkiim-
son , delivered the address of welcome to
GeorgIa. Ills remarlt wcre enthusiastically
applauded by the convention , hIs tribute to
our common country conipleteiy capturing the
delegates. Mayor W. B. Young and City Attorney -
torey M.P. Carrel welcomed the chiefs to
Augusta. The chiefs are being royally en-
tertalned . The conventon wi be In session
until the 10th.
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CCCCCOc oacoccee c
Registrars for the coming election were
appolntell by the mayor and confirmed by
The the city registrars council are at : its meeting last c\'enll !
First \\'ard-I"lrst precinct , T. Montague , T.
13. Hatcher , J. 0 , Eastman : Second precinct ,
W. E. Crosby , I' Cockrel , James Carrel :
Third precinct Hiram Harding , 'ted Nlehe ,
Ell Pollard.
Second \'ard-First precinct , Thomas P.
Ieley , John Flcenec , W I. ' . lauer ; Second
precinct , Joseph J\'orak , lk Zerd , John .
Kautckr : 'fhlrl precinct , M. M. Clayton ,
. lugh Mallet ( , Wiiam Krebs ,
Third Warll-Plrst precinct , John Fanning ,
Chris Hal John Ilckey ; Second precinct ,
John Jackman , C. O'hirien , J , L. Oleson .
Fourth Wnrd-Patrlck Durdlck , Anthony
Kltar , Anthony Smyth.
The days of rclstraUon wl be October
17 , 25 and November 2.
Chairman Waler 01 the Judiciary comi-
mltee reported advefelr upon ordinance No
656. This ordinance was Intelled to coin-
pel time attendance of ulembers at council
meetings and proposell to delegate the mayor
the power to fine abseimtces The committee -
tee was not In favor 01 giving the mayor any
more Ilower than now delegated to him by the
city charter , and further the committee did
not think that the imposing of flues would
bo legal. The report of the committee was
ad op ted .
Mayor Johnston called nancharll to the
chair amid told the council how much mone
the negligence of the members had cost the
Board 01 Equalization. Frequently the clerk
had been compeled to rendvertse meetngs
of the Board 01 Equalization because the
members failed to ho lreu'ammt at the time set
Another ordlnanco wi le prepared applying -
Ing only to meetings of time 10ard 01 Equal-
ization. Walters said that he would report
favorably on Euch an ordinance alHI the
cleric rend an ordinance covering this ground
It provided that the mayor might at his discretion -
creton fine any member $5 In time event that
ho was absent from nil ) ' meeting of Iho 10aril
of Equalization. Under a auu'iansion 01 the
rules the ordinance was read , the fwt , second
and third times and tlassed.
, \n ordinance directing the Soulh Omaha
Electric LIght company to erect anti maintain
arc lights at Twenty.fourth anti I streets
anti . Twenh'-fourlh and D streets was read a
frt time anti referred to the judiciary commi-
mnittce.
A petition signed by St. Agncs' church and
others , reque ' "ng that the grade on Q street
at Twenty-thlrel bo reduced five feet and that
the grade on Q street from Twcnty-second
to Twent.fourth bo changed to corres3onti
with such a reduction , was read and referred
to the commlteo on viaducts , streets and
alleys.
TIme council accepted an Invlnlon to at-
tend t'o Good Shepherd fall nt Creighton
hal , Omaha , this evenIng.
\\'nlerA asked to have special policemen
appointed for thirty das , to bo stationed on
the 1. and Q street viaducts , to arrest per-
sons driving faster than I walk over the
structures. The moton prevailed.
Chl,1 Drennan was instructed to have the
necessary repairs made at once on all side-
waks , 'he city attorney will draft an odi-
nance for grading distrIcts No. 28 and 29
Franck wanted an ordlnlncc drafted for thc
placng of n water hydrant at Twent-fourth
ali S streets. This will be done.
Time Hock Island will be requested to re
pair the crossing at Alhrlg'it
Mica Introlluccd I resolution ordering the
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street commissioner 10 cean Twenly-fourth
street frem . I to a street , anti N street
from Twcnt-thlrd to Twenty-seventh street
every Saturday night .
Time mayor reported that there was only
$1,800 In the street repair fund , nnd that
this amount would have to host unti next
August , anti thought the city coullnot stand
the cxpense. Street Commissioner Ross
thought the work could bo done for $ ; 20 n
year. The mater was left to the discretion
of the ma'or. A motion ordering the chief
ef polco : not to hire any moro livery rigs
without the consent ef the chairman of the
finance committee was carried.
F'iiiiill'i'roiilIe 'rll"11) ' .
DES MOINES , Oct. 7.-Spcclal ( Telegram. )
-Joseph Seller murdered John C. Otto In cold
blood this morning at Lowmoor , near Clnton ,
Seller hall accused Otto of estranging his
wife's affections ' and there had been trouble
between them for some time. Otto was milk-
Ing I cow In his yard when Seller climbed emi
a low shed In time yarti and resting his revolver -
volver on the gable , deliberately aimed and
shot him In the heath killing him instantly.
Then Seller turned tIme revolver against his
own breast and fred twice Time secoll shot
struck his heart Both men were about 40
years old. Otto leaves a wife and seven chi-
dreim Seler a wife and three chUdren. Both
were well-to-do , Otto I storekeeper and Seler
a retired farmer. .
Sntlllu"11 ' Ilcclllnr ) ' Fire.
IOULT'ON , : Ie" , Oct. 7.-News has reached
hero of 1 supposed Incendiary fire at Fort
Falrlell , yesterday mortng , which cause a
loss of $30,000.
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For this ' ctrpet season we are making induce-
jrpet
ments to Jq1p ) you to buy easy
Prices 'lngrains ; , Brussels and l\Ioquetes
have been . uiset ' . while the qualities are as staple
as the hislItHemselves ! , { , you wilE . find a saving of
money bui carpets from us this season , If pos-
uy nt
sib ' e com tnld , see them this week the line was
never ' so large and complete
I'Ready Made Carpets" in our basement to fit
almost any room and in every qualty ,
Bring your measures and save dollars.
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HUNDREDS BE1NG [ CURED BY TiE _ MODERN . , TRUE METHOD
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Jrcllhlnr I Illm nlli II'nlhll I I I " ! lrlh : hi 1111 thl' I UI.t'I rm'mi . \Ir 'l'nies , , 11-
stem ; .1 ( f Ilulllnhllt "lhHtlrlnl" 'l'hrlllh flit , Stiiineii-lnpt- ,
Ill Cures ly ' l'lcl""ltIII"llltl tlhllllul" I ,
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Thtr can l'e no aiiermuatt. nn.l rr.'llnl m..lrn ,
lien of dl..utl Lrnnchlitl tmtl'es .t'1111 ' I ) ' tile
. Ironchilt
mmmstIlt ( tct''et ' h ' ) ' 1 , . , Cop.IOlt ! . . . stip.i.I. . ,
ThO heisting , 'nmn whih th.y nImmmlntter . 1) ' In-
hnlnlll' ' 1'1 ' nn Llll Rlhl (1111'nt.1..1 Irol
a t.1imcctI ' ected .
I cup > Ipon time t"\lt'II I.nrhl" Their
Hlr.nl r.mlIUlt , Irtii.a mime im.t WI-t\ nn\ \ lost
by 11111 n..h'.ly , lrl..1 . throull1.ul t,1 entire
DUlom ) ' , lul nurh time 11"10 ( f , UIMI In Illr
ntiimnttanee atiti cmmIirci ' cmmmatlv-s
nllnetnnc Inl rnlrll ) -In their full clnlh' .
pteney-ilke a t'enlmatit , salt , tm'amm " nn mmCt ) '
1"llnl'-lk.
. I I.nl/lnnt I I\
wounll. 11 . lollnnt & Shlpnnl's easy nnll ! eum-
l'l.te mRolll ) ' ( f hnlchlnl eaten h Is I rJrlnl
1"1' . < rn.rnl Intll..t antI .lr"wIIR great numl.'rs
of sufferers 'icily to their ulcr , / In nlmp\ be.
InUI the mNhol they enuploy Is t Ihl only .n.tho.1
tiy which the . Im/o . ' . , ,
1) thl .1eol can be .Ih'cl ) Ir.\cll1
with time f.ll"m. ftmIlnss . 110ttnC ) ' un.1 nbumfi. ,
mince Icqulsle to Its radical mini , Itllnflt iumtia
( cry , _ _ _ _ _ _ _
'IIIJ (1tl.li3S htLlLl'b. :
flrp' . Clllrlnlll 1111 Slieiziri's 11,11 . I
"I UI 11(1 time side I . ) 'Ut 'mynuiti
II" ' , lime doctors tin h ) ' ) ' 11 I ) ' 11
nero Ilrl"lrnlr 'n 'lh i 1111' .lrl'lllll
.Iu'lulic iiiztimtsi- IUlt "llhll ( the
mmmcli its In 11) ' hll f. . . . " . .1 'hl siif -
r'r front , 'ntlrrh , I.thln . Ir 1.ii-
rhlt. I I , blrllli rh"IIIt ' 11 us' mhlsilg-
1111 skims .I""I " , II I I I Ir ( hrlli
Ifl. 't'"II , liver , 1"111" ' ) ' , lhmmlit'r , ,
Htliiiit'li or bl" ' 1 troulmim. ur 11) '
tthmt'i' " 'ntll I m'itrisiin I I Ill'Ut ore
veIcniime eaer , ' tmc I I I ll I h. lieu.-
fits Ir ulr uIIllrn " 11'ltl" I uum't immuil '
"lhllt " .iu..uiNt- h"'lllt tim , ' UIIIIIII
IIMM'isSuui ( 'ii t Ir 1 ; ' ; " 's ' mum omit h. ll ummed-
iiuien iuiclumleI .
Icl. . 111'1 tl cl.
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Clr"11 X"lrl" ' ' 1 Yemmrs . \ll 1111 ll"
XI'r SI 1101. . Ih'1 ' 1'1'llhllll.
atrm' . , T. P. Multn , 2201 Ihmlelo street , wife of
tins wel known cmlloe or the l'nlon lurllo I
Railway company , took treatment two years ao : '
with 1)rs. COlclnnl anti SIII1rl for cal.urhnl'
bronchitis anti aetlmnma.'lmeim nlld recenl ) '
whclher the disease hail ever coma bade l'n her
In any way , Mrs. Mullen said :
"M ) ' Whole II0ubll came from catarrim I
hnll cllnrrh when 1 little girl ; 11 Cud . I always
hail Il until In ) ' event curc. 1 WI Ilw'IS
spitting nnlt I10wlnl mUrU' and . Fle".III. ) I
cnn'l rrmcmber lint t was ever free ft , " 1 lmc'ai-
mmelie . som o . hi ! " Ilt ILl his through the ch'st.
Themi nhout set en ) 'onr" ( )0. the hrnnrhlul tubes
) 'le\I(1 to the disease . nod t founo that I IUII
bronchial I'ntnnh or "ronchlls , The Intnnh
halt . gone down en my lun/9. I Wnpn't long
t'toie . I b..ln t" ) whl" " / 11 c\'cry Hts lonl ,
\ \ Ih tai epemis of eoimgiminr.
' ' 'h. r.lr tuut'eis " ' ,111'1 ' to " ! my hl9 were not
only inflmunctI , but ' , , , ! '
Innlmlt 1''llnde,1 so Ihnt I nol oni'
) 1 on\
eouulti imiit et air ( tmoiigti . but tnt'ntlming
rtll. lnt I.t nIl ! ! my bl'nlhln wits
utmost ' of time time It.ml.t , 'lh sorenps ' en'l
, uIerlr , ! In lmo - I hOI come - to weaken ins
AF
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- MhllO. . - J. - - . I' - idULl.E2' - - , - 2b3 - - Jurlto . St. -
1\1 to erect 1) ' Itneml hrnlh very baihly. " ' I I
rouhln't walk , ' ' etluill .
rnlII ) 01' clml .Intn or lake
mummy Illn xci lion wlhout liavi mime t. , l1nt nnlt
slrull" , to get m ) ' bremumb . In bnt umthier I
wou\t lmzmve hong 11\1 , lnn'lruA I'hnklnlellr \'liher ,
nn.1 woul have to sit U\ \ ' all nllhl to 1'\lh" ' at
oil . I Ilal ) ' got S bail , anti Iii ) ' Irslcl .0
romplct.wor out that I wns good for noth-
Inc. I wuolr.1 tl II Ilnn tM i'otmn1s. I hate
e"t more than t intenticil blt 1 118 alt that
slmmct' ' curt' li ' DI' . I have .
e 1) rurl I ) 81111' " .lllnl\
' O"8h , vpigiihum naw 1ST . , ,
mum ) " wrlhlll "UUI11. " nnt I ho\'s
never hnl I touehm of . utmy : cli _ trouble slnc. .
: ; .IO .t .1 IO'I'it.
Cnlarrh nod nil euralle thintaes .
nnl ni eurlt. l"I'o c ! treated nl this
tuimi Commit rain ( of sa I ummouitli. Illrlues Crc .
Putents nt 1 distance Fucer.oCul ) ' treated br
mnl , t.nl for F'lllol blank trcntel
DRS. COPELA n ) & SHEPARD ,
ROOMS 112 I AND 313 NgW YOrm : LIFE
lULDNO , OMAhA , NgU. .
Office lIotirs- ' to 1 n. m. ; C to f p , I. Eve
nings-Wednesdayn anti SatUrdays only ,
I 6 to 8. Iiuntlny-1O to 12 Saturta ) !
Genuine 'S Sandwich "Adanls" C Sheller
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last but not least , OU'l'IWIK 10 ItSE AND STEAM PO'm\'Eht HAY
I'RESS. 10WEl
Branch House - - - - Council Bluffs ,
COUNCIL l.UFl S.
STEAM DYE WORKS
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fl All kinds of Dyeing
,
' ii Fl and Cleaning done In
the hIghest style of
I I time art. Faded and
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tEcA : _ J L stained fabrIcs made
- to look ns goO(1 ai
' ' _ _ _ _ _ new.Vorl , promptly
done and delivered
c 1 - : In a 1 parts of time
: , ; ' country. Bend for
UJ9Y i"l'tt'L .
I ii price lst.
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western Depot , Council
Bluffs . Iowa Tel . 223.a
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DAVIS' D ' The Place to Buy LEAD AND Oil.
RILlABLE MIXED PAINTS , CHEMICALLY PUnE COLOS ,
N. n-wo 10 not mix our oil with cheap oil In artier to soil yon at whollsalo prleo. No novelt
In regard 10 ndulteratoll oil , ell nt our IJlnco ami see I Sl111110 ot oil which our "blow.hardi
COI/otltor8 ' old fur mire iltioeti oil. It will intorostyotm tt you'llro going to ptnt. :
Davis Drug. Paint & Glass House , 209r lhi'omidway 289.
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/ The Balmy South I
11 Laud of Plenty ! !
No Hot 'Viuds
No Drouths.
Cool summers and mid winters-
two and three crops raised a ) 'ear.
Free tuel RIch lands. Fine railroads -
roads and time best shipping tacl-
Ites bring the markets of the
whole country to your door Work
and thIs land yIelds you abundant
never failing crops that bring bIg
prices and you have somethIng t.
market all the year through.
!
Central Mississippi
well watered , good roads , friendly
people : never railing returns from
the rlchcst Eel on the globe. The
f ) tide of immigration Is turnIng towards -
wards this wonderful regiomi Twenty !
acres there with any sort of care
pa1 you more money than tie best
1) acres In the WCEt. Slack runs
out al the year anti you can raise
Inr
vegetables every ' month In the
twelve. Garden farmng and trut
raising are maltng more money for
the northern settlers now than they
ever made before In theIr lives
with doulle the amount at work.
l'achls wih , plums , pears , strawberries ,
Irpe , persimmons , early apples ,
aprlcetK-ln tact all small fruits are
a profitable . never failing source at
revenue. For full particulars ad-
dress
GEO W AMES , General Agent , <
161 Fnrl " 1 St. , Omaha , Neb
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Special Notces-Counci Blufs
WANTED. A GOOD OIL FOIL GENERAL
housework and god cook 705 Sixth aveue.
FOR RENT MY ltgszDENcIa , 316 PLTNER
Street after November I : eight rooml ; modern
conveniences. moero
connnience.
Ats lLve . room house , No. no Ilatnor street ;
possession at any time. Jacob 81ml.
CUUJNEYB CLJMNr.O : VAUUrS CLI3M4ED.
CLJANED.
Ed bimirke . at W. I lome" " . 833 Broadway .
FOR IENT SJl I , 1&5 , comnn STOnE.
room . ssxloo { . II Sapp Dlock 8lea' beal
.trU' located. E. U. Sla ! . .5. Co
FOR SAU CHEAl' , A ooon BTIAM ImAT-
Inc plant ! botier. \ Dunnn& ! No. 2 , with Tarlalorl ,
pIpe. elc. , suitable for Itcitting hioube. Inquire
lulo"le h.llnc ! .
I at ZIG 1h street &d 5th /vnUe' J , J. Brnwn
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FIHS' ' ! ' NATiONAL BANK
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Couiicil.Blttffs , Iowa"
CAP1'4tL , . . _ $100,000
Wg SOIWI'1 YOUR IIUSINESS .
WI , } ) I SII ; , OUt ( O.II C'I'IOXS.
nXI : OP 'ril OJHS' IAXKS IS IO'V
f l INI CIX'I' l'AI ) ON 'ID" lI11'OSI'I'M :
CAL ANn SEE us OiL VIt1'I'I.
ItAILWAY'ulilE \ CARD
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Leaves \UUILING'ON \ & MO. It1'gi. iArrlvea
Qiii.tiia Uiiiumi JJpot , _ ou : , " Mititoim ! ll \ Umaha
10l : al. . . . . . Denver gxl'ress. . . . . . 9Jam :
4:33mimmm.Uik. : 11111g. Mont. & l'ugel ind , :
:3I'IUlk. Ex. '
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: lm.Nclr.kn Local ( except Sunday ) . 7:16pm :
8:6am..I.lnculn : I.oeal ( except SUtIdoyjl:2a :
2:1lm..l.'ast : : aU ( - ror . 1IIcoIII HuruJa.1:2al ) daly. .
Leaves ChiCAGO , TIURLINOTON & Q.IArrives
ICUICAOOl'lLINGTON QlArrlvt
Umaha Union Depot , lOth & Mabon HI8I Omaha
-iPI : : , , , . , Chicago ' ' " Vcetibule. . : - - : : w
D : am. . . . . .Chlcua Ipres. . . . . . . 4Itpnm : 1
pm..Chlcago : & HI. L'ula lxpres 1 . . . Suoam :
11:3541mm..I'aciflo Junction Local > . , , , , . 8:0"m :
. . . . . . . .I.'ust Mali. . Lcl. . . . . . . . . . 6:3')111 :
Leaves \CHIAGO \ , 1 H. . & ST. IAUI.IArrlvl
Omnhn Union 1.10t , lath &MasonSts.I Omaha
6:0pm. : . . . . .Chicago Mnn . . . . . . :30am :
J'30am..Chlclgo } : > lle.8 ( ex $ ummday ) . . 6:2pm :
I.ea\s CHICAGO & I''OltT1 i s'EdT'N. Lrrives
Umahn Union Depot , 10lh & Mason 5s. ( \ Omaha
10.Oam. : . . . . . Eastern . Cxpreos. . . . . . . . : . 630pm ;
4 :2'Jpmn..estibulctl : IJxlreu : : . . . . 9:20am :
6:56am. : . . . .Ma. Valley Llmlell. . . . . . .10:3:111 9:21).m :
5:45pm..OmahaChmlc.mgo : ! _ , SpecIal. . . . . 1pm :
Leaves 1CmIICAGO , n. I. & . i'ACLFIe.iArrlyes
Umaha Union Depot , 10th & Mason Sts. Omaha
EAST.
: 20am.AtnnUc Uxpres' . ( ex , Sunday ) , . & : Ejm
6:2 : pm. . . . . . .Nllht Jx"rc ipress. I Sunlo . . . . ) . . . 9:2am : pm
.OI'm..Chlc.g : WEST. elbul ! ! Llmnite&l. . . 1:3:111 :
6:15pm.Uklahama : & Texas /x. ( e. Sun.,10:3am ) :
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1.Opm. : . . . . . '
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LveirT : r'MT korAni ' - v. ; '
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Omaha Depat , , m ; Vebster _ Sts J Omaha
HtOam..Hlaux : City Accommimodatmon . . . 8:15pm :
12:16"m..Hloux : City 1'xpre.1 : ( ex. Sun.lil5am :
6:10pm..St.I'auiLlmlteu : . . , , . . = . . . ' 0 :3 : a
Leaves - ' : MO VAII.m'rrlv :
_ Omaha Depot , 15th antI ' Webster tile . Omaha
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2:10pm..Fast : : ! ' Ixpre. . . . . tMlm :
2IOpm..x. ( 8al ) W'o Ex. tex. : Ian , ) . ' : 5IJI '
9:05am..Norfolk : Express ( ex. Humidity ) . .IOIoanm :
6:10pm" " . , . . . . . .81. _ I'auiExltess , t. , . . . . . .1UOiani :
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Lave : ; :
Oinaliajnion ; t 1lh & _ 5Iasopj9mimaiia
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9ram..Ian.a City 1ay Express. . . 5:3pI :
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Omah/ Depot , 1h and . Webster St. . I Omaha
10IOal..8t. : ' IMuls . Express . . . . . . Uoam :
9:3Qpm..8t. : 1.111 I2xpresm : . . . . . 6:08pm :
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S:3jlm..N'brRka : Lrnl ( e. Hun. ) . . 9o"m :
Leaves I SIOUX CITY & l'ACIL"lC LArrive
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OznahaLflepotisthanilwebiterh3ti. Omaha
- 6:10pm..Ht. : Paul Limited..10:35am :
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Omshmanion Depot , 10lh 8 Ma.unLits.1 Omlh
6:55am..Sioux : City ' . Aa'ol8. , . I0apm :
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Omaha Union 1)epot , 10th & Stason Hts.j Omaha
9:45am.C.earney : . . . . . . . . . . . :
2:00pm..Overland : , , , , , , , , 8:30pm :
ZQOpm.lleat'ce & Sromsb'g cx , ( cx , flun..32:20p ) :
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8:4lpun : . , , , . , , . . , , . . . .F mist Mull , . .o , . . , , . , , 4. . 1110pm
Leaves I WAIIAHII ILAIIWAY , LArriveg
Ommialmalunton Pciot , 10th . Mason StL Omaha
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