Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 19, 1887, Page 6, Image 6
T - " " * V T" rr wnv - * . j-- ' "I' Jt ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , . . ' . . ' ' . ' ' ' " 6 * ' . . - . . - " - . 'THE ' gfflflfrAV 'BEE ; JUNE 10. 18S7-TWELtE PAGES. THE SUNDAY BEE ; I COUNCIL BLUFFS VOFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET. DtllTcrcd by carrier In nnypdrtof the city at n tnty ccDta per wuok. II. W. TILTON , Manager. . No. 13 , NIOIIT EIHTOU No. y > . MINOR MENTION. N. Y.Plumbing Co. New spring goods ntReltcr's , tailor. Wanted A good girl for general house work. Mrs. P. M , Pryor , TOO Sixth ave nue. jT l'crn/H vo wed was yesterday given to Clarence H. Farrull , of Johnson county , Iowa , and Khoda Perkins , of this county. Jimmy Casey , son of James Casey , who has a feed store on Uroadway , had his arm dislocated by being thrown from his pony. Tlio rooms occupied by the free public library are being furnished with a new skylight , which necessitates the closing of the room for a day or two. George Dunlap was vcsterday after noon arrested for being drunk and mak ing a nuisance of himself in Haylisspark. The case is to bo heard by Justice Uar- nott. nott.A A regular meeting of the real estate association will be held on Monday night nt tlio ollice of lienson & Mayne. Elec tion of olliccrs , and other important busi ness , will be transacted. G. P. Peterson and Lena Pc.tcrson yes terday got a license to re-marry , tlio courts having granted a divorce last spring. They have made up , and pro pose to let Cupid reign. The brick work on the new Catholic church was stopped yesterday by a strike on the part of the hod carriers , who want n raise of twenty-live cents u day. The matter will probably bo adjusted 'so that the work will not bo delayed. . llanford Ilinkson , of ( Jlcnwood , was kept in the cooler over night for partak ing too freolvof anti-prohibition. Charles Crowley aud Charles Cherod were like wise fined yesterday for the same offense. Fred Kclso had to pay dearly for sleep ing off a drunk on the Ogden house side walk. At n recent meeting called by the busi ness men of Panama , arrangements were made to celebrate the "glorious" on a grand scale. The programme presents in addition to all the usual attractions , several specialties of unusual merit. Hon. Charles A. McKiu/.io , of Dunlap , will deliver the oration. Friday evening , Mrs , Hasolton and her little daughter , and Mrs. J. E. llarkncss. were out driving , when the horse jumped at some object by the roadside , and the carriage was suddenly overturned. Mrs. llnselton had her ankle badly hurt , and the little girl had an arm broken. Mrs. llarkncss escaped witli some bruises , Tlio carriage was badly demolished , The public evidently appreciates the drinking fountain in Hayliss park. There is little opportunity for the dippers to rust. The water is kept cool by one hundred and fifty pounds of ice daily. The waste water causing the spot to be muddy about tlio fountain , the trouble is being obviated by tlio putting down of paving. The coming meeting at the driving park is to bo the greatest ever held hero. There was never such n list of en tries , and the races will be the best yet hold in Council IJluffs. With such liclds of horses there will bo a crowd of people drawn to this city. The chariot races will also form nn interesting feature of each day of the meeting.t t * The boys are getting too previous. The Fourth of July is not here and yet the nuisance of lire crackers is getting so that the city marshal is obliged to give notice that ho will arrest all offenders hereafter. Last evening some mischiev ous lad fired a cannon cracker in front of a barber shop on liroadway. The bar ber was so startled that in jumping ho cut his customer's chin very badly. West Point Appointment. Congressman Lyman , of this district , has been notified by the war department to nominate a person for appointment as n cadet to the United States military academy , nt West Point , from this con gressional district , the appointment to take effect in June , 1838. The person nominated must be be tween the ages of seventeen and twenty- two years , and a resident of this con gressional district. He must bo unmar ried nnd at least live feet in hcighth ; free from any infectious or immoral dis order ami generally from any deformity , disease or infirmity which may render him nnlit . for military Borvico. lie must bo well versed in reading , writing , orthography , arithmetic , grammar , descriptive geog raphy , particularly of this country , and of the history of the United States. Who shall receive this nomination shall bo de termined by a competitive examination by a committee of three competent gen tlemen to bo selected by Congressman Lyman. The examination will be held at the court room , in the masonic build ing in Council Ulull's , commencing at 10 o'clock n. in. , Friday , July 8a , 1837. At the above named time nnd place nil young men of this congressional district who desire this nomination and come within the requirements are requested to present themselves. A. Noodlosa Scare. There was a report yesterday afternoon that the Chicago , liurlington & Quincy railway had a switch engine with a force of men at the Ninth street crossing to prevent the laying of the motor line across Us tracks. The presence of the engine and the men confirmed the belief that the railway company proposed opposing the motor line , and possibly delaying it for some time by litigation. The first is that by some oversight the motor line folks neglected to give the railway company a guarantee that the crossing would bo made perfectly safa nnd secure. The railway company has taken this precaution to secure such a crossing and such u guarantee. The matter will bo adjusted immediately , and as tliu crossing need not bo put in at once , the work of track laying will bo rushed right along. The arrangements with the other railways have been all made satisfactorily , nnd the C. , U. & Q. matter can bo finally ad justed , as it is a technical objection simply. With the filing of a guarantee ngainst liability from accident , the cross ing will bo put iu without further ob jection. _ Foltowlnir the Law. There is au important section of the statutes , in regard to the filing of deeds , which has not been lived up to very closely in yoaM past. The present re corder , Mr. Thomas , having his attention directed to the matter , will hereafter not record any deed until the requirements of the following section are complied with : Sec. 1053. The recorder shall not file for record any deed of real property until the proper entries have been made upon the transfer books in the auditor's ollice 'and endorsed upon the deed. Personal lnrnKrpI > * . Lucius Wells is In Chicago. Mayor George K. Cole , of Pacific Juno- , Uou , wait nt the Pacific yesterday. F. U. Hart , of lloston , is visiting his brother , . W. Hart. A RACY MASS MEETING , A Wonderful List of Entries Tor the Driving Park , A SHREWD CORN SWINDLE. Juntlce Dunklo Fired For Cursing About President Cleveland Scr- vices In the Sanctuaries Per sonal anil Urlcflcts. Opening Mnnawn. The date of the opening of the Manawa motor line and the now hotel has not > ccn fully determined upon , but arrange- ncnts arc being made to make that day one of great interest and enjoyment to nil. The completion of the railway is an event winch all look forvard to with ; rcat delight , and the new hotel at the ake is also an enterprise in which all ake interest. These , with the other im- irovements being made at the lake , will 'cndor ' this the popular summer resort of western Iowa. On the day of the opening there will be special rates given on all the railways running into Council .Huffs , and there will be all the desired acilities for getting to and from the lake , and all needed means of enjoyment. It s expected that there will bo several housand of people from all points of tlio compass. The Congro- ; atlonai church people have taken steps n the matter , and are completing ar rangements by which they will not only iccuro a financial benefit from thci day , jut what is still more desirable , will se cure the presence in this city of a largo number of the best ncoplo of the sur rounding country. Tickets will soon been on pale , provided with coupons , so that ho visitors to the city can at a comnara- " truly small expense , "enjoy riding on the lew motor line , can nave ridea on the ako , get a good dinner , have bathing bport on the beach , and in fact , have a uerry , healthful day's amusement and recii'ation. The arrangements are ex- ensive , and with all the attractions vhicli this city presents , there will be a crowd. The visitors arc to bo met at the lepots , are to bo shown such courtesies is are needful to make them feel at lomo , and secure the greatest enjoyment ind establish a more friendly relation ship between Council Blulls and all the country surrounding it. All citi/.ens should take hold of tills re ception and excursion day with enthusi- ism. It will be a great day for Council Huffs , and the visitors , who como hero expecting a good time , should be so cor- lially received and courteously treated as o ensure for every one of them one of ho happiest days of their lives. Council Hull's lias many attractions , and the ipeeial beauties and enjoyments of Lake tlanawa will be in splendid condition on his opening day. 15y the arrangements ) cing made it is dillicult to see where visitors can get so much for so little money as by coming to this city on this opening day. Aside from such arrangements for ilcasuro as are under the auspices of the church folks , there will doubtless be other special attractions on that day , offered by private parties and by other societies. It is expected that there will > o some entertainment in the evening and throughout the city there will bo activity and life. n Justice. The history of the squabble about fish- ng in Honey creek has been a serio comic one. One of the most ludicrous chapters is that growing out of the arrest of David Dunklc , on the charge of being drunk and disturbing the peace. Dunklc , who is an old resident , is said to have jccn the chief advocate of those who tave been fishing with seines in the lake and creek. He has been a justice of the peace for a long time , sixteen years in all , and is still in ollico in Crescent. The L/'ouncil Bluffs sportsmen have rather > ) lamed him for taking the part of the illegal fishermen and causing trouble to those from the city 'who sought to stop the seining. It seems that some of the Council Bluffs boys , knowing Uuukle's weakness , resolved that the next time ho visited the city they would get him full an d have him put behind the bars. Ho was hero Friday , and the boys were very cordial. Treat fol lowed treat until tiio judge was pretty mellow. Then lie got to talk ing uolitics , a topic in which lie takes much interest. 'Squire DunKle , when sober , is very talkative and very excita ble , and when mellow the more so. Ho prides himself on his long and loyal dem ocratic service , and on the fact , too , that ho served his country gallantly at a few dollars a month , carrying his gun as a private through many a mile of tired marching , and being in many a hot bat tle. Ho was in condition to be easily an noyed , and when ho got started talking about the veterans and President Clove- land's battle fiug order , ho wr.s croatly excited by the combination of whisky , democracy and loyalty. Some one twitted him about having received a bounty of $700 to enlist in the army , and that made him iiottcr yet , and ho de nounced it as a lie. He called the presi dent some epithets not laid down in the rules.of etiquette , and when another dem ocrat reminded him that Clevolaiul was of his own party , he poured forth a stream of talk , loud and angry , and not parlor talk. A crowd gathered about , and Officer Stevens hearing the noise a block away , hurried to the spot and ar rested 'Squire DiinUle. After being in jail for a short time M. I ) , lirown went his bail , and the old man appeared yesterday afternoon for trial. There was a cloud of witnesses against him , but ho gave them a rigid cross- examination , serving as his own attor ney. He questioned them closely as to whether they thought ho was any drun kcr the night before , than he was then. II so , how much drunker. Ho conducted his defense witli shrewdness , making the witnesses squirm , and the audience smile. It was in his closing urgument , however , that he covered himself with forensic fame. He thought that if the time had como when a democratic soldier could not express his opinion freely con cerning a democratic president , the American nation , proud and glorious as it was , had better quit , quit , quit I "If I cannot come to Council 1 ! lull's and when attacked on the streets , with the charge of having gold myself for $700 , 1 can't express my opinion , I say , down with the Hag , and 1 had better go to Omaha or somewhere else to do my trading. If this time has come , and a man can't talk politics witli out being arrested on the heinous crime of being di unk andalsturbing the pence wo hau better go back to the days o Homo , when a man was afraid to say his soul was his own. 1 have about made up my mind not to have much to do witl politics after this. 1 have been abusci by republicans , and now the democrats thumselves abuse mo , a democratic ad ministration arrests mo for expressing my opinion on the streets. After this I'm going to vote independent. I'm for the nag. I'm for the country. I leave the case in your honor's hand , and if you're a mind to line mo , all right , I'll say auien , " Judge Aylcsworth , one of the demo cratie family , gave a very temperate de cision. Ho thought from the evidence that there might have been some con spiracy to got the 'squire mellowed up and to get mm in trouble. Ho though that Dunklo rather overstepped the line and that there waa some disturbance though not a very serious one. Under iho evidence ho felt It to bo his duty to line the offending justice f 5 and cost : ! . 'Squire Dunklo gave notlco of appeal. Services nnil Sermons. The following are the announcements of services to bp held iu the several churches lo-ilayf Rev. Justin 1) . Fulton , 1) . D. , of 3rooklyn , N. Y. , will preach at the Hap- : ist church tills morning at 10:30. : Sub- ect , "Can wo hope for the conversion of .he Komaniflts. " Ho will also address a inlon ma s meeting at the Uaptlst church in the afternoon tit 4 o'clock. Subject , "Witnessing from the heart. " Dr. I'ul- : on has the reputation of being one of the ablest pulpit orators iu the country. Children's services will bo held at the Harmony Mission chapel to-day , the storm preventing it last Sabbath , at 3 o'clock p. in. , Sabbath school at 4 p. m. Topics at the Methodist church to-day. Morning : "Tho Christian's Motto. " Evening : "The Source of Light. " Hev. J. L. Picrson will preach at the United Brethren church on 10th avenue this evening at 8 o'clock. On account of delay in getting the tent in readiness the Union Tabernacle meet ing , which was announced to be begun this evening , is postponed one week. There will bo meeting at 10.30 to-day it the colored Baptist church on North Mam street. Sunday school at 3 o'clock ! > . m. Services in the Congregational church morning and evening. Preaching by fie [ jastor. Morning subject , "The Siilva- ion of the World. " " : Evening , "Tnc First Miracle. " All are welcome. " Saint Paul's church. Sermon topics o-day. Morning , 10:45 : o'clock , "The sentiment of Religion vs. the Religion of Sentiment. " Evening , 8 o'clock , "Our Judgement of Motives Doth Job Servo Jed for Nought ? " You are cordially in vited to attend. T. J. Mackcy , rector. The rugubr young men's meeting of ho Y. M. C. A. will bo postponed so that ho young men may hear Dr. Fulton at he Baptist church at 4 o'clock. Every young man should hear him , A Queer Swindle. Yesterday afternoon Chris. Beck , who ivcs about live miles out , was in with a oad of corn. Ho had it weighed at loan's scales on Main street , and was iccosted near there by a young man who ukeil him what he would soil his corn or. Mr. Beck told him that it was thirty cents a bushel. lie took it at that price , aying that a man who kept a stable on ippcr roadway wanted the load , and ho vent up there with him. The stable n'ovcd to be that owned by J. T. Field , ind the latter told Mr. Bcek where to un- oad the corn. While unloading it the voting man asked for the ticket showing the .weight , and obtaining t , went into the ollice with Air. Field.Vhen Mr. Heck had got the : orn in the bin and asked for his pay lie oumj that Field had paid the young man. Mr. Field said that the young man came here first and wanted to sell some corn o him , saying ho had in all about 1,000 nishcls. Ho offered to sell him a load 'or 27J cents. Field concluded to take a oad , and the corn coming all right and he young man having the ticket , lie set- led with him. Field refused to pay again for the corn and Mr. Beck could not find the young man. Bock found himself out ibout ? 8. The young man. who was a stranger to both parties , received a check n payment and ho hurried to get this cashed ai the bank , since which no trace can be found of him. Mr. S. Farnsworth , of the First Na tional bank , has one of the best and most convenient gas pipe rail fences around Ins property , corner of Willow avenue itud South Eighth street , in this city. The fence was erected by C. J. Bcckman , with the Beckman patent locking bracket. It will bear examination. Mr. p. J. Bookman's patent locking bracket is training ground , and ere long will bo iu universal use. Boys , Itcwarc. The ordinance in regard to fire crack ers , etc. , is to bo strictly enforced , and those violating it will be arrested and prosecuted. F. H. GUANKU.A , City Marshal. For rupture or hernia , call and got Dr. Rice's new invention. It makes a man of you in live minutes. No pain. No. 11 Pearl street. IjlST OP KNTIUKS For the Great Summer Trottinc Meet ing at tlio Council 11 Infra Ilrlvlnz 1'nrk. 2:43 : TIIOTTI.VO , JULY 4 PUKSK , SCOO. Cli in Ulpsey. D. II. Dorm , , Minneapolis , Minn , ; b in Folly , , ( . 11. .McSliane , Oinalm , TS'eb. ; ch s Kinn Humbert , Cary As Colby , Council Bluffs , la. ; b s J. S. C. , C. 11. Creleh- ton , Oinulia. Neb. ; l > r in i'atrolia , "Tho ( Jra- haia Stoclc Farm , " UlKtfsville , III. : b in Lucy , James D. LiuUl , Ottumwit , In. ; in Joslit ( ! . , 1' . 11. Davis , .Milwaukee , Wis. ; ch s Atlas , . Loson Kans.-xs Cltv Mo. ch U.irnoj , , ; ) u Ot- tiuiuva Maid , 15. Nowcomb , Cedar liniiUls , la. ; b ir 1' . 11. Moss , Kcl Stilt , bparta , Wis. ; b m Lnilv AilellaV. ) . Voglpsonir , Elyria , O. ; bh William S. , Price Smith , Minneapolis ! Minn. ; b h Al.ix 13. , 11. Hopkins , Kansas City , Mo. ; br m Neta Pine , Anderson As Me- Intosli , Marietta , ( ! a. ; KK Uncle Josh , J. D. Maitin , Minneapolis , Minn. 2:20 : TIIOTTISO , JITI.Y 4 I'UHSH 8000. Br b tn 111. ; Stow'art.'k'aTisas CiTy. Slo.'f b e ( li B. ? \V."liV McKlnnoy , Kansas City , Mo. : blk § Kuinhnt. K. C.Abbott , Fort Wayne , Ind. ; b K Billy D.iyton , James Kills. Kin ; Claiie , Wls. ; bin Allen Alinont , It. S. Movers , .Iiuiesville , Wis. ; b m Hose Blandish , It. K. Leo. TopoUn , Kan. ; ch g Doctor Alniont , L. C. Neil , Mur- fieosboro , Tenn. 2 : ' . I'ACINO , JULY 4. PUUSR J5000. lln K Excelsior , A. K. Mann , Allojlinnoy , Pa. ; ir m Nrlllo H , It. K. Ciirrr.Snllna , Knn. ; bm Miittlo Stipp , John S. Wolf , Jr. , Cedar Jtapids , Ni'b ; ch p Ked Davis , Andeisou , Hiawatha , Knn. ; s m Bessie Moore , ( k-orvje W. Farrier , .Minneapolis , Minn. ; b in Kx- nrrss , Kilus Walters. Hiawatha , Kan. ; b Wayne Wllkcs , C. Abbott , Fort \Vayne.lnd. : K K Jack Unnlil , C. K. Mayne , Onmlm. Neb. ; b m Littln Ida , J. W. Voclasonir , Elyrhi. O. ; bcBav DiamniKl , Abe. Dcvine , Kau Clnlre , Wis. : blk K Frank Champ , Jnincs Xebro , ( ireensbuix , Ind. ; br g Membrino 1'rluce , A. lleckeiiberger , West Liberty , la. ; cli in Mollle Cooper , K. L. Carmicliel , Tnmn City , In.- bin Hell 1) . , J. K. Campbell , Lalreville , \Vis. : bg Monkey UoIIe.,1. A. Farrow , I'aiis , HI. ; blk m Fannie C. , Anderson & Mclntosii , Alarietta , Cia , ; s gj. C. . James Crlttenden , New Orleans , La. 2:21) : ) TUOTTIXO , JULY 5 , runsK SCOO. Ch m Jetta , II. ! > ' . Nethawny , Camp Clarke , Ncb.sm ; ( ilpslo , K. 1' . Kntan , Mankuto. M Inn. ; ch K Sunshine. Cary & Colby , Council Hlnlfs , la. : s n Karl McieKor ! , the ( Irnlmm Stock Fiinn , Blirtrsville. 111. : br K Winder , Dan Anderson , Hiawatha , Kan. ; b i : Ed e- wood , 11. S. KneetH , Sioux City , la. : ch iu Flossie , (5. ( A. L. LexiiiKwell.Columbua.Wis : chic Charlie M. J.V. . Mettlu. Corsicana , Tex. ; lilk sXiMio. J. W. Voglcsonp , Elyria , O. ; m Lady Preston , P. P , Mesler. Janes- villo , Wls. ; rh m Mabel II. Clias C. Lyford , Minneapolis , Minn. : b in Flora Hollo. J. B. Kicliinond , Prophetstown , 111. : sc Edwin Q , J. W. .Smith , Mapleton , la. ; b i ; Ben Star. K , F. Urcer * , Columbia , Tenn. ; b K Freld Neil , L. C. Nell , Petersburg Tenn. 2:8. : ) I'ACIXO. JULYS , IMMISK SCOO. ( } gr.iy ! Jim. L. llolst. Council Bluffs , Iowa ; blk Billy the Kid , Low Bros. & Co. , Havana , III. ; rli in Anna J. , Harry F. Neth- away , Camp Clarke , Neb. ; blk K Highland Laddie. F. 11. Looinls , ( iirard , Kau. : be C.L. \ . , G. 0. Looml ? . Pipchtono , Minn. ; rn in Cricket , W. M. Wlieeler , Sallua , Knn. ; cli \Vnrrcn Dalley , M. E. Harle , Council BIutTs , Iowa ; b m Mattie Stlpp. John S. Wolf. Jr. . Cedar ItanliK Neb. ; b s Alton , Heed i\sThompson \ , Weenlnir Water , Nub. ; ch m Nellie B. , A. B. Williams. Ottnmwa , Iowa ; rn m Maud , James D. Ladd , OtHimwa , Iowa ! br s Hoy. n. A. Nlles , Minneapolis , Minn. : l > g Bruno B. , Gennro W. Farrier , Minneapolis , Mlun. ; b g Ked Hover , Bob Stewart , Kansas City , Mo. ; ch K Oscar Pbelps , C. K. Mayne. Omaha , Neb. ; b s Prince Columbia. U ; W. Voccl- BOOK , Elyria , OUU ; b K lllchard B. , C. M. SPECIAL SALE DURING- THIS WEEK , AT Eisemaii's Peoples' Store , IN WASH DRESS GOODS. The largest department In the west will bo opened to the public , this week , with thousands of the greatest bargains ever ofi'ercd. Lawns , Seersuckers , Sateens , Hatistes , India Linens. Victoria Lawns , Mulls , Nainsooks , India Mulls , and every other known make of Summer Wash Goods will bo in this great sale at prices way below any former quotation. All of our summer stock must bo closed out during this aud next month to make room for the coming season's goods. Lace Embroideries , White Goods , Ruchings , Tuekings , Muslin Underwear Ladies' , Misses' and Children's Gauze , Ualbriggan and Silk Underwear , Ilosie rv Gloves and Mitts , Corsets , Linen Collars and CuflV , Chemisettes and many other goods to be sold during this great sale regardless of cost or value. FANS AND PARASOLS AT HALF PRICE DURING THIS GREAT SALE. Liberal Reduction on Domestics and Linens at this Special Sale , Como to tlio Po pIc'H Store nntl sec what wo can do for you. FuriiUlilii Goods , Iflcn's Hosiery , IflenN Underwear , men's Suspender * , men's \M'lit ( Shirts men's Handkerchiefs , Men'M I re s Shirt * , men's Summer Coats , Men's fancy Percale Shirts , men's Summer Coats and Vests , men's Hats and Cap , 'h FEanncI Shirt * , mens ! ISools and ! hoc * , men's ( Jnlaiindricd Shirt * , All To Be Sold at Greatly Reduced Prices During This Week's ' Special Sale ! Bargains in our Cloak and Suit Department During This "Week. Ladle's Wraps , ' Ladles' Jackets , Ladies' Jerseys , Ladles' Shawls , Ladies' Calico , Sateen , Lawn , India Linen and Gingham. Wraps , elegantly trimmed with fine Embroideries aud Laces 'at greatly reduced prices at this week's sale. New sample line olV4sh Suits , made up , to be closed out at half price during the week. Como anil see us and < do not delay as these goods arc selling at these reduced prices ; come in time and gq't the first selection. Henry Eiseman & Co. , 314 , 318 , 318 and 320 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . IOWA. Mail Orders receive prompt attention. Harding , Jancsvllle , Wls. : br K Membrino Prince , A. lleckonberscr , west Liberty , la. : ch h Cliarm , C. UncKley , Crawtordsville , Intl. ; ch in lilrille L. , J J5. Leonard , Chicaco , 111. ; b s Duplex , E F ( ieere , Columbia , Tt-nn. : K C Tim Cowloy , Anderson it Mcln- tush. Marietta , Ua. ! i:3STKorri.No : , JULY C PUHSE SGOO. JJ tr Gold Star , Ed Uiisoy , lienson , Minn. : b g Harry M. , K. 1' . Kutnn , Mankato , Minn. ; b s Ethan Alien , A. Thomnson , Omaha , Neb. ; be Bob Uunlette , J. I ) , hathi , Ot- tmmva , la. ; b in 1'ceknboo , W. A. Johnson , Oxford. Wls. ; br K 1'at Qiiinn , II. A. Thiead- well , Klein. 111. : b h William S. Price Smith , Minneapolis , Minn. ; c m Senator's Maid , J. B. Henderson , Cedar linnlils ; B m Melllo O. , Ueort'O Grimes Union , Ind. 2:3 : : ! TUOTTIXO. JULY 0 runsi : Sf > 00. Ur K Nonesuch. 11. S. Taylor , Atchison , Kan. ; b s Western Pathlinder , S.H. Shirk , Grand Island , Neb. ; lowaMambrlno. Uobert T. Given. Do Soto , lown ; bg Charlie Tipton , Cuuninchnn & Co. , Kansas City. Mo. ; bs Tribune , the Graham stock farm , Uicirsville , 111. ; ch in Mollie Hunker , W. E. Elijah. Tip- ton , la ; rn s LiL'ht Ulrd. Uarny levi , Wich ita , Kan. ; br K Genera ! K. , ( it'orgo W. Farrier. Minneapolis , Minn. ; blk m Lucy Monalmn , W. II. McICInney , Kan sas City , Mo. ; b. in. Mate , A. D. Helm , Chl- ctiKo ; b. Kl ittlo Shorne , W. N , Johnson , Ubenteen. D. T. ; K. m. Hosa Allen. Ed Stltt , Sparta.VK ; b , in. Lottie W. , P. P. Mi'Sler , Janesvillo , WK ; br. s. Trouble , E. L. Car- michel , TamaCity , Iowa : b. g. Pawnee , Na poleon It. Wade , Edinbiirfr , Ind. ; K. m. Nellie G. Gee GriniH.i , Guion , Inil. ; b. K. Pilot , J. 1) . Martin , Minneapolis. Minn. ; ch. s. Tramp , S. I. J. Starbuek. McCook , Neb. ; br g Bob M. , Murplij ; liros. , Iowa City , In. rJIKB FOB AIT , , PACINO , JULY 0 , PUIISI : SCOO. Chit : Kinsman. A. K. Mann , Allegheny City , Pa. ; b g Honesty , 1. J. Starbnck , Mc Cook , Neb. ; h. Tommy Lynn. C. C. Iinn > on , Free-port , III. ; b ( ? Marlowe , Dan L. McKon- ? .h\ Wichita , Kns. ; br g Tmk Franklin , Thomas Ml Ins , Dixon , 111. ; be Dan D. , C. E. Mavne , Onmlm , Neb. ; blk s Fiilleiton , 1) . J. S. Dorr , LaSallt' , 111. ; rn m Toledo Girl , J. W. Votflesong , Elyria , O. ; b m Country Girl , James Newhro , Grpensbnrir , Ind. : b h Mes sina Hey , Price Smith , Minneapolis , Minn. ; b m Little EnV.Mrs. Gcu Grimes , Gulon , Ind. ; ch e .Ionian , J. D.Martin , Minneapolis ; be MlkoWllki-s. N. B. Johnson , Chicago , IIL ; 2HS. TiiorriNo , jui.v 7 , I'tntsi : SGOO B h Moter. F. C. Avery , llntchlnson , Minn , ; b m Follv. J. H. MuShniiP. Omaha , Neb. ; b c Nero , W. 1) , Uverstreet. Grand Is land , Neb. ; b in Daisy , H. 1. J. Starbuck , McCook , Neb. ; b m King Humbert , Cary > t Colby , Council HliiUs , Io\va ; bs Gcor u Sim mons , C. II. Crelahton-Omaha , Neb. ; bg 'IVd Mc.Mahon , li. T. JsetliawayVeonlng Watflr.Neb. ; chsAtlas , Knruey l.oscll , Kan sas City , Mo. : br m Patrolia , The Graham Stock Farm , Biugsville. ' III. : br g Wendell , J nines D. Ladd , i Ottnmwa , la. ; b c Itnnyan , A. A. Post , AVIelilta , Kan. : b s Bob Wiley , A. W. Brnner , Uock Island. III. ; b in Ora Stewart , Bob Stewart Kansas City ; KB Daniel L. M. T. Patrick , "Omaha. Neb. ; BL' P. 11. Moss. Ed StlU.Spart ; , Wls. ; eh g Cfifton E , C. E. Mayne , Omaha. Neb. ; br fi Colonel Spra iie , PrlneoSmith , Minneapolis , Minn. ; b m Idalla , Charlts Uucklisv , Craw- fnrdsvillc , Ind. ; D s Aloatppnf , E. F. Greers , Columbia , Tenn. ; br m Miss owley , Ander son & Mclntosii , Marletta4ia. ; gg Undo Josh , J. D. Martin , Minneapolis. C * 2:23 : TKOTT1.NH , .1UIA-J7. i'lTliSK SCOO. B m Cricket , A D Uo.slLllchlield ! , Minn ; br g Elm wood Chief , UT Kneeb" , Sioux City , Iowa ; bg General HancouKv GV \ Farrier , Minneapolis , MinnbirWJiltaStockiiifrs ; , Hob Stnwart , Kansas City. Mo ; b m LadiiTMont , U E Abbott , Ft Wayno. Ind ; ch H James G. JasUairney , Dixon , III ; ch s Consul. C E Mavne. Omaha , Neb ; blk s Orphan Boy , J W Vo'lcsong , Klyrla , Ohio ; br h William ( J , Prlco Smith , Minneapolis , Minn ; a i : Edwin Q , J W Smith , Mapleton , Iowa ; b g Xlg , U B Staples , Stlllwater. Mlnu. O. R. ALLEN , Engineer , Surveyor , MapPublisher Over No. 12 North Main St. City and county maps , of cities and counties D western lo wa , Nebraike audKkosa * . SPECIAL NOTICES. Speclnt odvertlFcmcnts , filch us Lost , Found iol/ian , For Sale , To Kent , VN nnti , Bonrdinir , etc. , will bo Inserted in tills column nt the low rntoof TKNCKNTSl'EK t.IXE fortho first Inset- Jon and i'lvo ? Cents For Line for each subsequent Insertion. I-tuvo advertisements nt our olQuo No. 11 Vcurl sticeU near UroadTrnj , Council Uluffg. WANTS. WANTED A waiter at Loulo & Mcizger's , KS nnil 5-7 llroiulwiiy. S.UiK Tlio entire furniture , bar room FOK fixtures and kitchen utensils of the St. l.ouls Iionso. Knijulro of jucob Noumiiyor , Nuumuycr's hotel , Coune.l Illulls. HUNT Coiil eloils , ollice und scales , one FOIt - House , ( i. Mayne , h 'J ' Gtli nvc. FOK HUNT blglit-rooai house , closets , food repair. $11) . No.Olfl HIiilT St. ' , ) A Kood cook nnd iMrl for voncinl housework In a family of tour. Mrs. Thomas OIHccr , No. KK1 Willow avenue. - uooil Girl for Ilirht housework. Apply at once at No. M Vine si. \\7-ANTKn-Immodliiloly , ailrlot li or 15. to assist ut IlKht housework and euro for two children , ages 3 and 0. Addrejs , glvlntr references. Housekeeper , lloo olllco. SALE OrTrado Six f potions of ( rood FOK in Lincoln comity. Neb. , on U. P. railway. Call on or address Udell llros. & Co. , JO'J Pearl 6t. , Council Illuth. \17ANTEU-A ( rood girl for general houso- TT work. Apply at 70J Sixth avenue. HUB a complete line of Midsummer Lnrsrohats In white , black and all colors. Fat- tern botinrts , hats and toques , a specialty. No 1514 UoutfliiB St. , Oiimha. OFFICER Council BluflTuJowfi. Established lb$7. REAL ESTATE , Vacant lxts. Lauds , City llosldonccs nnd Farms. Aero property In western part of city. All soiling cheap to mnku room for spring stock R. P. OFFICER , Real Estate & Insurance Agent , Room 5 , over Officer 11'usoy's Bank , Cou Blutli. CROCKERY , LAMPS , GLASSWARE , AND FINE POTTERY. Prices Very Low , W. S. HOMER & Co. , JVO. 23 MAIN ST. , COUNCIL FLUFFS , it I A 4O1 ( J Special Bargains ! Beginning Monday , June 13 , at BARENESS BROTHERS. Parasols at greatly reduced prices to close the season's stock. Black Lisle Thread Hose , good ones at 25c The present invoice of this splendid bargain is nearly sold. Remnants of Dress Goods and Silks at prices to clean the counters. Ginghams , Seersuckers and White Dress Goods in a , very great variety. We are headquarters for Carpets of all kinds. 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , N. B. Special attention given all orders by mail. o. j- . Real Estate Broker and Dealers Council Kinds Odlcc , Masonic Temple. Oniuliii Oillte , Mo 111 . North Jtitli street. Particular atlciilion given to In * funds Tor resi vesting . noii - dents. Special bargains In , lots & ucrc properly . in Oinalia & Coun cil It . I u ( U. Correspondence solic ited. BECHTELE'S ' NEW HOTEL , Best $2.00 a day house in the west. LOCATION , THE BEST , FIKST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE BOOMS ana ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES ! Regular : : Boarders : : Reduced : : Ratos. GARDEN HOSE , team , Gas and Water Pipe NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY , No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa . Nail Orders 1'i'j > ptly. ' " - !