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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATURDAY , OCTOBER 3 , 1885.
> 'THM DATLY BEE ,
flODHGIL BLUFFS ,
FATLKDAY MOKN1NU , OOTOlHJU 8.
orrzcst wo. is r i rutcat.
IV ! ! ' rrivl | iy rntr < T ! n liny port Of tlie Clt } ' St
twi i ly rrnlfl l er week.
JI. W. Tir.To.v , . . .
Water rents nrn now due.
< ! ; ill on lluitcr , llio tailor , for /nil
vall nnd winter clothing to order.
Juireni ! & Lnmlstroni , x'0.i Minn struct.
I Jt is nx | > i > cU' ' < l tlmtwork will uomntcnoo
rm llio ni'w "ovonimunt building cm the
\ . Owrtpn ft Co. , of this city , nro fur-
nulling the piles for tlio 13clt railway in
' "ho Imlk's.of tlio liaptlst oliurch cave a
pocinl al tlio rusiiluticu of 51 rn. Wright , on
Hi nfl" struct , last evening.
Kov-O.W. Crofts , pastor of ( lie Con-
crpgntlonal church , is oxjioctuil to preach
in Facllio Junction Sunday ovonlng.
-Miss Delhi Hopper , who dird in Leav-
an worth Tumlnj' , IIIIH relatives liur , and
will bo lultl at rcstiii Fail-view cemetery.
' 'ho Acme club gave its social in HonoVj
1m. 1 last evening. It was quite a dressy
all'air , and was evidently heartily enjoyed
l > y all who participated.
'Ii-tiry Letl'ort lias raised his house on
INiutli avenue , between Sixtli and Sev
enth streets , preparatory to having tlio
grounds tilled to grade.
Constable Story , of Panama , was hero
yesterday after young Praltt who is
wanted there for arson , as told in yester
iMayorColo , of Pacific Junction , on
reaching homo with his bride was given
: i public reception , anil the event was
j duly celebrated by nearly nil the resi
dents of the place.
In the United States court the jury in
the ease of Horsier vs. the Kansas Gitv
railway has returned a verdict in favor
of the plaintill for ? ROO , the plaintiff
claiming damages for right of way.
The Athletics , who got > badly beaten
by the Fremont club , purpose- going to
Omaha Sunday to witness the game be
tween the Fremont club and the Uniahas ,
hoping to get some consolation out of the
Constable Wesley has openly an
nounced that he is not and will not be a
candidate for any position. This state
ment is iiiiide on account of the report
that ho proposed to run for sheriff on a
track of his own.
The letter carriers arc preparing to
give their annual ball in Beno's ball on
, the evening of October 20. The affair will
! no doubt. lie an enjoyable one , and the
carriers certainly merit a liberal support
and generous encouragement in making
it a financial success.
The injunction cases from this city in
jlho United States circuit court are to be
i heard on a motion to remand to the state
i court at the coming term at Des Moines
before the full bench. The term opens
I the third week in this month.
| Constable Wesley recently took away
from a man who was traveling through
i here a nude which it was deemed was
i unlit for travel and which was being
'cruelly ' treated. The mule has since
' been shot by order of the authorities.
; James I * . Wesley celebrated his twenty-
'seventh birthday Thursday , and a largo
i number of bis friends took him by sur-
in the evening , the party being no
. ess enjoyable , however , and all seeming
. to have a merry time. Among the friends
; present were .Air. and .Sirs. W. Winn , of
! John Bono & Co. , last night removed
the balance of their stock to their new
> utore , No. 112 and ! J1 Main and Xo. 03 and
; ! ! ! > Pearl streets , next door to the post-
. ollice , where they are now located , and
would be plcascu to have their friends ,
, 'patrons and the public in in general call
fand inspect their new goods , prices
: nml new store.
Joseph Kintz , who has been traveling
' .lor Messrs. Groueweg < &Sehoentgen , and
i ' tT. W. Kleeb , also a traveling man , will
5'fihrfrtly open up a. line grocery store op-
j posito the Ogden house under the linn
; style of Klutz & KJeeb. The linn is com-
'posed ' of enterprising young men who
'thoroughly underMamf their mi-lucss and
i they will no doubt make a success.
. ' The Young Men's Christian association
lint little more than cleared expenses on
the McGibucy concert , the expenses be
ing necessarily high , and although there
was u large audience , yet many of the
tickets sold were to children at reduced
prices. The association is to bo thanked
ior giving Council liliifl's sneli an enter
tainment , and' ' it is to be hoped that its
next venture in the amusement line \yill
prove more profitable , as the association
merits a hearty and liberal financial sup
Kvcn the Nonpareil , which in the past
fought the idea of another bridge con
necting the two cities , and which could
) iot say too bitter tilings about the HIB :
for even suggesting such an euteriirise ,
half been thinking over the matter while
it has been since hanging on the fence ,
nnd now comes out as an enthusiastic ad
vocate of the bridge. Council IMull's
Bcoins almost unanimously in favor of
the enterprise , and the Nonpareil wisely
Blops his talk abet it being an Omaha
ttelieme , sprung by the liu ! , and joins in
hurrahing for It.
N. K. Tyson , the janitor of the high
'eoliool ' building , ycsterdav met with quite
\n \ sersous accident. While using a
.pocket knife , by a slip , the blade entered
Jiis forearm , completely severing the
radial artery. The blood fairly gushed
from the wound , but wrapping a piece of
nloth about it he walked all the way
'down town , leaving u bloody track over
'almost every inch of the ground over
/which / he passed , and on reaching Fos
ter's drug store , Dr. Cook was called in ,
nnd with the assistance of Dr. Green , the
/wound was cared for , nnd the bleeding
. The cili/.ens1 meeting , which has been
called by the mayor for the purpose of
Delecting a ticket to suit Jiim , has been
postponed another week. This gives a
little longer time for the candidates nom
inated in the regular convention to make
Hip their minds whether they want the
inayor to support them or not , and if so ,
liow much. The mayor's democratic
convention has dwindled down to a little
free-for-all gathering of citizens , and this
will soon ilie of frequent postponements.
INona of the candidates on either ticket
Boom to be very anxious as to whether ho
kupporls or abuses them.
Last night a woman named Lndls was
jrought to this city from Red Oak under
iirrcst. She was charged with raising
Kilvcr certificates. Shu worked the busi
nessmen of Hed Oak by raising ten dol-
ler silver ccrtilicatt-s to twenty dollars.
From there she went to Vilflsca , and
there succeeded in passing ten more of
liur raised bills , when , in answer to a
notice sent by teleirraph , an ollicer from
[ ted Oak went down and arrested her ,
MOW she could have succeeded so well Is
, mystery , for the raising of a silver ccr-
itficnto from ten to twenty dollars is u
most daring and bold piece of work ,
( hero being no twenty dollar certificates
wsuoil by the government. She was
bound over by commissioner Strawn ,
and to-day she will be taken before the
jrand jury here.
I If you wish to make legitimately from
roil to Fifty dollars pur day write to
mill tv Smith , No. ill Fourth btreet ,
ouncil Hluil's ,
DEPARTED HOC HOLE NEEDED
An Existing Earning Shne That Slight bo
Itamorod by Ftamos.
BOUNCING A BOOZY INTRUDER.
A Vnltmblo Acquisition to Council
J5ti incfn Interests Pratt
ft French I < cnVo Itcma
AtiotiL the City.
A IfojrCemetery , Xcoilcil.
lion. Joseph Sampson , of Storm Lake ,
having his attention called to the fact
that farmers have been carelessly dis
posing of the bodies of hogs , which have
died of the cholera , or fever , which is so
prevalent , has been investigating the
matter , nnd gives the following us the
result of bin observations :
Since P. MoTiguo , of .Sao county , com
plained of farmers throwing deatl hogs
into the Coon river , as well as into tno
outlet from the lake , I have been look
ing up ( ho dead hog business and find
a most shocking state of things existing
in nearly every township surround
ing Sturm Lake. I find that
farmers whoso hogs arc dying from
cholera or fever are simply hauling out
the carcasses and piling them up on the
open prairie to rot and scalier the disease
broadcast over many adjoining farms.
What can people be thinking about that
will do such a thing ? Where are the
township trustees ? Why do they not
meet and appoint an officer or agent to
enforce the law in regard to dead ani
mals ? Uttry or burn at ouco nnd disin
fect the hog pens or troughs , using car
bolic acid , etc. , is this not what the law
says ? One farmer just now tells mo-ho
hauled out nearly one hundred head of
shoats and some old pigs and left them
to decay on the open prairie not far
from his house , lie said he would have
buried his if his neighbors had not done
the same thing as himself , lie .said the
law did not call for burying or burning.
If hog cholera , or swine fevc-r , as our
English friends call it , does not sweep
like a prairie lire over thousands of farms
in this part of the state , 1 will bo greatly
surprised. If the teachings of .science
are worth anything to us. on one point
they are very clear. It is this : That
this swine disease is the result of the
growth of a very minute germ or worm
that multiplies very fast in the vital or
gans of the pig. Hint it can be trans
mitted by dogs , by birds , rats and mice ,
and some go so far as to say by Hies. A
Mr. Stahl , of Illinois , makes the further
st.irtling statement that scarlet fever and
diplheria will be found to prevail after
an outbreak of hog cholera.
So much has been written upon this
mutter of late that 1 only want to put a
iiiu in it so that people will wake up and
look at what Hastiness and filth will be
oirthe breezes of heaven from farm to
farm this autumn , if we don't bury or
burn our dead hogs. We must not think
of selling them to that propagator of
disease the dead hog man. Some of the
lard tried out by these men finds its way
back into the food we eat , and 1 lie soap
we wash our bodies and clothes with
uncooked germs again returning to
1 don't want this letter of complaint ,
suggestion or warning to he too long , but
I want to be clearly and emphatically
understood before cloMiig as to the ne
cessity for burying. Allow me to sug
gest a simple , labor-saving plan for bury
ing dead pigs. It is to take a plow and
scraper and open a good deep trench in
come secluded spot on the farm , far
away from any house. Make it deep
enough so that as hogs die and are
dropped side by .sido , the loose dirt can
bo shoveled or scraped back easily
until at least four feet , of dirt shall
cover each animal. The trench can
bo nuulo long enough in an
ticipation of deaths if the disease
once gets into a herd. If it should not bo
filled , so much the bettor for the farmer.
Lard is still cheap a pig cemetery need
not cost. ? ; 5 in land and labor , and it may
save thousands of dollars to others by
prevention of the spread of disease.
Should till our pigs be taken out of this
count } ' we will sustain , as a people , n loss
of nearly half n million dollars the pres
ent year , besides cripuling our hog in
dustry for a long time to come , through
fear of a fresh outbreak which may occur
any time , if we let the dead animals lie
around to pollute the surface of the foil
for coming years.
A Drunken Intruder.
At an early hour yesterday morning
there was a scene in the upper part of the
city , which was most sensational in some
of its particulars. A gentlemen who has
occasion to Icavo his house about 4
o'clock every morning to attend to his
work , returning homo about breakfast
time , left the house as usual yesterday
morning , leaving the door unlocked as
ho went out. His wife , a most worthy
young woman , was fast asleep , nnd a
drunken fellow from Omaha , named
Hawser , came along the street trying , as
he had at several other places to get in.
Ho had failed to get into the Weston
house , nnd had tried one or two other
places , and by ohance trying
the door of this private residence , and
finding it open , he entered , and pro
ceeded to turn into tlio first bed which he
found , with apparent little care or atten
tion to Ids whereabouts. The woman
awakening found the follow fast asleep
in her bed , and .she wiis naturally fright
ened almost into fainting , hut like n
bravo little woman dealt him two as
heavy blows in the face as her strength
would permit , and jumping out she ran
screaming out of the lioiibu calling for
help. The neighbors rallied , and before
the fellow had hardly aroused to a real
ization of where ho- was , they had him
arrcAtcd and on ( lie way to police head
quarters. Tliore seemed no law to punish
him , he having attempted no violence ,
but seemingly having wandered in there
in a maudlin condition. On account of
the high standing of the family and the
unfortunatonotoriety which might other
wise bo given the innocent woman , the
names are not made public , The afh'dr
caused n lively sensation in the vicinity
of the scunq nnd there was enough in
dignation felt against the minuter to
have Hindu his situation extremely hazar
deus for him , had some one only started
nny move toward violence , but after be
ing retained at police headquarters for a
time , while the county attorney was look
ing up the law , he was released and
made good use of his legs to get out of
I'ratt. Skips Out.
Charles E. Pratt , an account of wlioio
arrest for arson at Panama appeared In
the HKK yesterday , has escaped. It seems
that Constable 11. II. Story , of Panama ,
who came to Council Ulull's after Pratt ,
started home with the prisoner yester
day , and when HID train was about fif
teen miles from this city young Pratt
jumped off and escaped. The city
authorities telephoned along tlio line of
tlio Uock Island railroad yesterday , and
the young man will most likely bo cap
tured to-day , as he was handcuffed when
ho leaped from the train.
A Wliolcmtlo FrulI Hoiigu. ' ,
For several seasons Mr. O. W. Units
lias boon in Council HlutVs attending to
the distribution of California fruit , which
has been shipped bore by the carload , A
short time ago the Hut : fnndd public his
views ns to this being the natural point
for distributing thin fruit , and in thnt
interview ho expressed the belief that
Council Bind * would be the center of the
largest trade in thnt line in the wrot. lit ;
is now showing his confidence In that
judgment , by preparing to open n largo
fruit house hero , and bus
for iirrypnt quarters. No. fit ! )
Uroadway. lie intends to enlarge as
necessity requires , and this addition to
the wholesale interests of the city is one
which rails forth congratulations. It h
to be hoped that other euterpn.sos will
soon be ready for-publlo announcement.
Kiclccrg in Council.
The special meeting of the board of
health and common council was held last
evening , a largo number of citiwns nnd
members of the council being present.
Marj' Ivelley died last winter of the
Rinall-pov. and was buried at the pelt
house. Her friends asked permission to
take up her body and bury it in a Catho
lic cemetery. Permission was granted.
Pr. Heybert asked for the payment of
his bill for rt1''uulijyj ' smiOlpo.f cases
nearly a year agij. 'i lie city attorney
gave it as his opinion that the county
nnd not the city was liable. A commit
tee was appointed to present the matter
to the county board.
The question of a union slaughter
house was discussed by the boardnnd
cussed by the butchers. A committee
was appointed to harmonize matters nnd
Madison street ) was exempted from
building a house sewer.
CoxfiitKOATioNAL Services in the Con
gregational church to-morrow morning.
Subject , "Hecomiug Acquainted with
God. " There will bo no evening service ,
as the pastor has accepted an urgent in
vitation to preach at Pacilic Junction in
HA ITIST Services at the Baptist church
Sunday at 10:80 : a. m. and 7SO : p. m.
Preaehing by the pastor. Subject for
evening , "The Opened Eyes. " Seats free.
All cordially invited.
N Housr. P. W. Haggerty , Chicago
cage ; Henry Ilyams , Chicago ; J. B.
PACIFIC Housn W. H. Swarthout ,
Chicago ; 12. M. Ivcssinger , Museatine ; W.
D. Stockman , M. A. Currior , A. Desgar-
dinc , Chicago ; John L. Witt nnd wife.
Mrs. E. McKonney , Mrs. E. Smith , of
Lamps cheap at Homer's , 2i ! Main St.
Ono week from to-day ( Saturday , Oct.
10th ) , will be the day all the children of
the city are invited to attend the
exposition. A beautiful programme
lias been arranged especially for
this dav by Mrs. W. O. Wirt ,
assisted by Mrs. Lyons. Children save
us your pennies , n treat is in store for
you. Admission on this day willbu only
10 cents for children.
All members of the O. E. Star and
their friends , who intend going to the
picnic at Island park , are requested to
bo at the Kansas City depot with the.ir
baskets , promptly sit ! lf > 5 o'clock this
morning. By order of the W. M.
Substantial abstracts of title nnd real
estate loans , J.V. . & E. L. Squire , 10J
Sheriff Dan Farrell , of M'M
was in the city yesterday.
George W. Felt , of Sioux City , uncle of
C. L. Felt , of this city , is spoiidilng a few
T. J. Carothers has returned from
Kansas , where he has been for the past
George Wheeler has returned from his
trip west. He will now again devote- Irs
time to his bottling and livery
Council IJluITs I'ostollicc.
The unniitil report of tlio amount of
work done by the letter carriers hus jnst
been completed , and a. comparison is also
given with the two previous years , each
carrier's record being given. Of the
present carriers there are three , 1'arker ,
Spaulding and Myers , who have boon on
ever since the carrier system was estab
lished hero. C. S. Parker , Carrier No. 1 ,
has kept tlio accounts , and kindly fur
nishes the Hiu with the following figures ,
showing tlio number of pieces of mail de
livered by facli carrier for cneh of the
last three years , and the totals :
CAliiimt. Istyonr.L'd ycnr ad ycnr ' 1'otiTl T
1'iirkor. Hil.lic.i UKl.TSI . ,
Sjmulillnu SHJTAK fi-n , aw
Johnson fi'J..UT '
Myers UH.DIi ) 2JK,1.H
(1(13 JJK.HW ' ' WJ.tW )
Mnilbon III.'IUJ 21:1,1 * )
Totals. KUfiia UU .Q
A nino-j-oar-oltl hey by tlio niuuu of
Watson , who hnil been u.Npuriiuunting
with ) ) roliibitiiu ( collin vitniish , wus
piukou up on thu streuls drunk lust nijrht
nnd rutliliissly inonrcurnteil. Ho will bo
prohibited from further indulgence with
u biirrul-Nturu nruineiit. (
I'rizo for Fari
A prflrnimn fpr tlio lonpiist car of corn
from this yunr's crop. For particulars
call on or address if. v. Fuller , buyc'i1 nud
Hhippor of whuat , corn nud oats , Ko. 3D
1'oarl strout , Council Hluil's.
j. L. DBBEVOISE
UNION TICKET AGENT
No. 007 llrondiray , Council lllutrj.
Railway Time Table.
T\o ] \ followliifr I * the llmo ofarrival and
< lc | > urtnro ol' trnlns liy ccntrnl stnnOnrd time , nt
the.lociil depots , Tnilnslcavu trnnst'erdepot ten
minutes earlier and nrrlvo ton minutes liner :
CIIICACO & NOUTIIWKSTKUN.
0:25 : A , H .Mull nnd Kxprcsss 0:501'.M : ,
J W IM. . . . . . . . . Aeconiiiiodntton 4:50 : p. M ,
0:3011. : > l. , . . Kxprcsa 0:05 : A. M.
ClllCAliO & HOCK I SI , AN D.
9:25 : A , M Mull mid I'.xpicj ? CKJ : J1. M.
7:15 : A , > i . . .Ac inuiHitntloii & : ISi > , > l.
6:00i' : . i Impress , :03A. : n.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE i T. i > AUIu
Ui-'O A. M Mall nnd Kxpresu U:50t : > , M.
6iii\ : Kxprcsti . . . .U05 ; A. u.
CHICAGO. UUIIIJ.MITON * QUINCV.
U : < OA. u Mall und HxpribS 7:10 : p , u ,
uillor. H , I'xpruss. . , , S&OA. : M.
WAUASIt , ST. I.OUH ft I-ACIFIU.
2:15 : r. M.lAC l8t.IXUl8 Kxnrcsd I ictil .
UUO : i % n.Trnnofor St , I uls I'.v. ' Trniurer.OUiO i > , u
KANbAS Ultr , BT , JOH A CUUNCIL.UI.Uttt > .
10:10 : A. > i . Stall and Express . 7 : ! ! . u.
8UilU : , . . . .Kx press . lfi : A. w.
8IOUX CITV * 1'ACIKIC.
Ttaji.M. ) . Moil for Sioux City . 6:50 : P.M.
1M : r. M . Bxjr ( ! ti for St. 1'aul . . . . 0:23 : A. u.
11:00 : A. M . . . . . . . Denver Express . , . 1:35 : p , M.
1:03 p. > l . .Uncoln 1'ns.s. , Om. & It. V..i'ai p. u ,
7IJi' . > i . Oterlanii Kxprcw . 8:30 : A.M.
DU > I)1V TIIAINS7O OMAHA.
45 | KVn. ' 'VaVuninhu flUa : 7"iiSwu
' " " ' 1"W d'W" * - * < M'- *
LL M okr
RUBBER BOOTS , SHOES & AE.TIOS ,
: ' RUBBER AND OIL OLOTHHTG- ,
L Jfi " . .i'l1rf = i T f v rfi
_ JCT UTt-Ji _ J _ J . J 3L Jl , J _ L i
r TMi nzmmBUK93 KEH WJXB vju1 % L \ i
Eastern Prices Duplicated
Seiu5 for lilusfrafed Gafaloguo.
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO.
\Vnroliouro nml 6n1osroom , 41 N. JIntn St. , Council llluffs , Iowa.
Olllco 412 UrouUvviiy.
ETo , 29 Ivlain St. , Council
Hi icic ImltiHnjrs of nny kliul ril c < l or moved nnd satisfaction ffunrnntci'd. Frnmo houses niov eon
on Lltllo Gituii trucks the best in tuo world.
1010 Blh ST. , COUNCIL 1IT.UFFS , 10AW.
200 Heating Stoves from $3 to $10 Each.
flicap Cook Stoves und Ccnui.il House Furnishing ijooils , Including New nnd Second Hand Fu
nlturu. ' ' ,
'I BY M. DROHLICH ,
698 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
SPECIAL ! NOTICES.
NOTM'K. Pjicclul .j'.dvcrUiomontH , Biicli ns
Lost , Touuil , To I.onn.Torfnlc , To Itcnt , Wniits
llounlin ; ; , etc. , will lie inserted In tills column nt
tlio toiv rnto of TF : ; CrjJC'r.S PKU LINK lor llio
first Insurtloii nnd VIVp CUNTS I'MIt LINK lor
ciicli Rtil > i' < | in > nt insertion. Lcnvu nili'ertl o-
HiunlRiit our ollico , No. 1(2 ( 1'oiirl Btrcot , near
llrouilivny. , i
w ANT15D NIII-MJ ghl ut f l Sixth nvcnuo. '
KENT Near Hitfb School , seine conven
ient , cliciip housed. H. L. William ? , lo N.
EOH KAI.15 Furnlturn. good us new. Ured
B only u row weeks. Will bell nt Kreiit biicrltico.
No. M-MThlrd nvcnno , Council HlnD'H.
T IO HUNT A new Euvuii-rooiii house. Kiujulvu
EJliH UKNT A fix-room house , ton inlnuti'S
fc walk from lmiiio < , city wntcr , well nnd cis
tern. For rom cheap.
Fun HUNT No. 1J3 llnrrl ou street , tlirco
rooms. MC.MAIIO ; ; & Co. ,
4 Ptiuil street.
VOK SALIC , FOR UKNT Oil UXOilANUK.
) . . For Fnlo or rent , on very lllierul term' ! .
Hi.in Council liluir * I'njicr MllI.eouiplutij. with
the liuiiu hoarding house mid three ncres of
No. a ; A husliioss property In Cherokee ,
Cliriokei- county , lown. will tiwtofar wet-tern
hinds. Vnlnc. ntioiit ? 4.U l.
No. : i'.l A li : > uutfiil ! homo In the town of H tIn -
In 'sMills county , lown , lor Ncbrnskn land.
Vnlue , $ . ) , .Vj. ) :
No.II A food liiihlnesst property nnd nl o n
prod loMi'tK'O property in thu lown ol' Chunvo ,
McU'un county , 111. , low down lor wish or will
c-voluiujio for wi'Morn lands.
Nil. 17'J A Milcmdld farm , nrll Improved , fitfl
ncirs In Dickinson enmity , lown , Joining tlio
town or Spirit l.ako. I'rico , tor n Miort 'ilmu ,
$ : Vi pnr ncro.
No lv ( | to 1ST Are four Inproved Cm-ins In
Phillips county. KIUISJIH , cneh with n snmll in-
ciiinlirnnrti. Till' < ' ( iuit < . will lie o\clmnKcd for
iiuiiicuinlicredwlld land In Nchrnxka
No. lM ! jsii ncit" ln Holt county , Nel > . , partly
improved , at u 1)1 ; , ' burtfuln. Wnnls to c\cliunio
No. M A line w < > story brick resilience , ono
of tlio l > ot locations In Council ( Hulls , will trndo
lor irood unlmamhcrcd Kant-aa or NcbnisKu
lands. Val JIMUU
No. [ ft and il AID two oilier lienutlful homes
in Council liluIlH , which citFh payments will buy
nt u bargain.
No. W ) A beautiful suburban location In lown
City , lown , will cxcluinso for wcMern lands.
Value. fVXfl. r
Tliouiiovu nro only n few of our special bnr-
( rains , if you've not anything In tnuieor Bell ,
or want to soil nny real cMnto or mcii.'lmndlr.o ,
wrllo IIH. Wo hnvo njvcrnl irood i-toolts of ( foods
to trudo for lands. SWAN .V WALIC15H ,
Council Illiiire , Iowa.
KIEL SALE STABLES ,
IIor. os and innln.i constantly on Imml , Tor nulo
nt ictall or in carload lots ,
All stoclc warranted im represented.
WliolcKalonnd retail dcnlerx in k-rnlii nnd bnl-
cd liny , rrlcc ! ) reasonable , hallxl'itcllon Kiinrnn.
teed. fiCIILUTEIt A : ItOhr.V ,
Cor. nth Avo. nnd 4lli .St. , Council lllullH.
H. M. RICE , M. D.
PAWPPHQ "i" other tumors removed without
UtnuriilD 11,0 , kiili'o < n ( inuring of blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES r u MI i specialty.
Over thirty years'jiractleal experience. Olllco ,
No. U J'cnrl Street. Council UlutVs.
D. A. BENEDICT ,
Alt styles of Ijidilcrs constiintly In block innJo
ttom epruco pliio plank. Tlio vary best.
No. 19 Pearl St. , - Council Bluffs
Over llualiiieH'fl Hook Store.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Thorough Instruction on the Piano
VOICE CULTURE MID THEOR !
Poreoni detrous of ivcolvlnir Instruction in
tliu nliovo iviU plcusu c-.ill on or ndilrcss
Praf. G , B , Lipfert ,
No ii20 I'lrst AVOMUO , Council IllnfTK , Town.
CITY STEAM LAUNDKi
KKMEIt & SKAIUCSHT.
No. 34 N. Main Street , Council Bluffs , lovvi.
Ti-loplionc N'o. 111. All wnik wnninli l.
W. SCEU3S ,
Justice of the Peace.
Ofllco Over AnuTium Kxprrss ,
OU'.NTll , llLLMTrf , IOWA.
! MRS. A. B. ROBERTS ,
1 Formm ly oC Now York ,
trirse" ? ft $ Hfo nsrr > onnsffIP.- "
HslSr ULASb DHfcdSiW.uk ;
( 'nIIIMS' mid Flttliis : K tiil > llfilimunt.
No. .111'purl Struct. - Council HlnlfH , lown.
TIIOH. nrncmi. M. w. n. IMISKV.
OFPIGEE , & PUSSY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
. D. A.IENEDICT'S '
No. W Ilroitdway , Oiuucll IllulfH.
Hair G-oocls of all Kinds
Made to Order.
Hair Goods of all Styles
In Council IllulTs Imvliitf
Anil nil modern Improvements , call lielU , IIro
uhirm bellK , etc. , '
CREST ON" HOUSE !
NOB. 215 , C17 nnd S19 , Mnln Street ,
MAX MOIIN , I'i'oprlclor.
Waves , Frizzes , Switches , Etc ,
IIAIH DIIKS8INO ,
Bongs out I'ampnilour , Uintftry or Other Styles ,
MHB , c. L. niu.irrri ? ,
Si Main St. , loum 1 i
347 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Wo beg to announce the beginning of a sacrificing sale Sn tlio Underwear dennrft
* mont. Ladies' , Gentlemen's and Children's Underwear at prices which will plfcusa
28 dozen Men's heavy Gray Undershirts nnd Drawers at 25c.
Cl dozen Men's White Merino Shirts and Drawers , silk finished , atSOc , worth V.Tto
5 > 3 dozen Men's Fine Gray Merino Shirts nnd Drawers at COe , worth 75e.
21 dozen Men's Fine white Merino Shirts nnd Drawers , satin finished at C3o
S3 dozen Men's All Wool Scarlet Shirts and Drawers nt 75c worth $1.25
42 dozen Men's Striped Fine Marino Shirts and Drawers at § 1 worth $1.60.
21 dozen Men's Fine all wool Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers at $1.23 cheap nl
j 32 dozen Ladies' line white merino silk finished vests and pants .it COc worth 7"e
22 do/.en Ladies' fine while merino , extra tine gau/.o vests nnd pants ut ? 0o
80 ilo/.en Ladies' all-wool scarlet underwear , $1 worth $ l..r)0.
j 40 dozen Ladies' fine cashmere white vests and pants at § 1.35 worth § 1.75.j
Childrens' all wool scarlet underwear , 25u and upwards.
Children's merino white underwear , 2.1c and upwuriU.
70c Quality for 60c.
$1 Quality for 75c.
$1.25 Quality for $ f.
BO different styles of Corsets to select from , many of thsm not obtainaWy EIss-
' White and drab , all sizes.
On our second floor , Cloaks and Wraos at sucli low mlces as wsra never Mm
offered in Council Bluffs. Our stock is now complete anu on exhibition. Fancy
n all the latest foreign novelties ,
5TARNS , YARNS , YARNS
German Worsteds , Scotcli , Spanish , Germantowns , Saxonys , Y/estern / and Eastern
Yarns. All colors , Prices the lowest.
00 pieces Canton Flannel , special purchase at 6c , worth 8 i-3.
Linen and Housekeeping goods departmant : GO extra quality whlto b9d snroids
at 76c , 00 extra quality , white honey comb , extra size bed spreads at $1 eacn.
100 remnants Table Linen , mast be closed out ,
Second week of the
Ever in the city , Remember the prices this week will continue the same as
last week. We do this in order to give all a ciiiace , Oja price to all ,
Special attention given to mail orders and requests for samples ,
Oocke & Morgan ,
COUNCIL BLUFF , IOWA.
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