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THE SEE'f SEPTEMBER 4. 188T ; H3IXTEEN
THE SUNDAY BEE.
OFFICE , WO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Delivered by carrier m nnjrpartof the city at
twenty tiote per waok.
BCBiNri > cOmce , No. 43.
MIGHT EniTOii No. 13.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
'Holler , tailor. Fall goods cheap.
The prospects are good for a long
term of Judge Dccmcr's court.
Machine oil , needles , embroidery silks ,
publications. Domestic agency , 10r Main.
Mike Nolan's new business building on
Main street next to his home is ncariug
The new Union Pacific round house is
being pushed and part of it is up to the
top of the window casings.
John J. Ktllpack and Gcorgiana Chap
man , both of tins couuly , were yesterday
granted a marriiigo license by the county
Each Saturday has been set apart for
the purpose of Milmiitting motions and
demurrers and such probate matters us
require a jury , in Decmer's court.
O. J. Mcliciin and A. II. Perkins arc in
the city , and yesterday took n look over
the grounds preparatory to making bids
for paving. They are both Chicago cedar
block paving contractors.
The contract for furnishing coal for
the institute for the deaf and dumb lias
been awarded to the Hcaton fuel com-
any ; the meat contract to Pace &
§ chmid ; bread to Smith A : Co. ; milk to
Charles A. Thurboii.
Mrs. Samuel Gray , of Council Bluffs ,
writes Dr. Thomas Jclleris , of this city :
All of our children arc down with scarlet
fever , also one ot Mr. Gray's hired men
with diphtheria. We are using your
medicine und all arc doing Well.
It is reported that Colonel J. II. Keat-
ley was sworn Into ofilco on Wednesday
and his pay began on Thursday and tha't
he Is to have a week's leave in October.
It will bo very apt to be the last week in
October , so ho can get in his work before
Sheriff Perry Heel , as deputy United
States marshal , arrested F. H. Welsh at
Donfsou and brought him to thus city.
whore ho remained in the county jail all
of yesterday and last evening was taken
west charged with having forged a name
to a money order and of obtaining the
money on the same.
Having decided not to receive any pu
pils this year , I will devote my time to
the execution ot orders for paintings. All
orders for mo may be left at the art store
of > V. W. Chapman , 107 Main street ,
Miss S. D. Kehse.
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad
dress or call on J. H. Kich , No. 110 Mam
street , Council BlulU.
List your property with Cooper & Ju
on , No. 120 Alain street.
One thousand head of one , two and
three-year-old steers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire ot A.
J. Grecnamayor , G23 Mynster St. , tele-
Those who desire to attend church serv
ices will find a variety in the following
TEMl'EltANCK MASS MEETING.
There will bo a mass temperance meet-
at the opera house this evening at 7:30 :
sharp , under the auspices of the Law and
Order league. Hcv. Dr. Phelps , Kev. Dr.
McCrcary und others will speak. The
choirs of the several churches are re
quested to take seats upon the platform
nnd bring with them their gospel hymns.
The following are the vice presidents se
lected : L. M. Tulloys , Hon. D. C.
liloomor , N.-P. Dodge , W. II. Lynchard ,
W. C. Stacy , Thomas Oiliccr. W. S.
Homer , A B. Walker , C. A. Beehl , Spen
cer Smith , E. Drons.
Quarterly mooting services will bo held
fct the Methodist cliuTch to-dav. Topic
of sermon"Humanity Complete in
Christ Alone. " The holy communion
will bo administered after the sermon.
Mo services In the evening on account of
the union mass meeting in the opera
Preaching by the pastor at 10.30 a. m. ;
Sabbath school at 13. Mo evening ser
Services to-day at s oVlock , conducted
by Kev. Henry Dolong. Sabbath school
at 4 o'clock , Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening. Topic , Gal. 0:7 : : "Whatso
ever a Man Sowcth that Shall Ho also
SAINT PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CIHIltCn.
Services will bo held in this church to
morrow as follows : Holy communion
with sermon , on 'Tho True Object of the
Church of Christ , " 10:45 : a. m. Sunday
school at 12:15 : p. m. Evening prayer
and sermon at 7:30 : p. m. Subject of
evening sermon : "Tlio Necessity for : i
Living Faith. " The public and strang
ers cordially invited to attend. T. J.
Mnckay , rector.
FIKfcT ItAlTIST CHUItCII.
The pastor will preach at 10:80 : a. m.
Sunday school at 12 m. Young ? people's
meeting at UJO : ! p. m. No evening service.
Services this morning : The sacrament
of the Lord's supper will be adminis
tered. Subject of pastor's address , "The
Bavior's Sorrow. " No evening service.
Rev. Dr. Cooley is called to Omaha
this afternoon to deliver the charge to the
lioth-Kclen church , Omaha , at the recog
Mr. Gratlan , the new organist of St.
Paul's church , presides at the keys to-dav
for the first time. Ho and his father
built this organ , so ho is thoroughly fa
miliar with it.
The now parsonngo of the Congrega
tional church is Hearing completion. It
will be one of the best residences in that
part of the city.
The choir of the Congregational church
is reorganized. Mrs. Wadsworth takes
the place of soprano , heretofore occupied
by Mrs. UolV , and her sister will sing
aito. Mr. Wcstcott will continue as
tenor and Professor MoDermid as bass.
The work on the two now Catholic
churches is progressing rapidly. St.
Xavier's Is pushing its spire hign , nnd
the building is so nearly completed that
one can get a very clear idea of how it
will appear when finished. The German
church is ult > o being rapidly pushed
' 1 he Fischer piano that Is to bo dis
posed of at the Catholic fair which begins
October 34 , by chance , is on exhibition in
the store formerly occupied by Joe
Rev. Dr. McCrcary , of Hroadway
Methodist church , closes his conference
year next Sunday , the conference mootIng -
Ing in Des Molnos September \ i. Dr.
McCrcary has been hero three years ,
which is the limit of his time according
to the Mnthodist discipline. Ho will have
to go elsewhere- Many of his friend *
hoped that a now church would bu
started with Dr. McCrcary as pastor , tc
be located in the Fourth wnrd , but it i.
doubtful whether this will bo done il
present at least.
Star Chapter No. 47 U. A. M. vyill hM
its regular convocation Monday evening ,
September 0. Visiting companions cor-
iially invitod. By order M , E. 11. P.
SMASHING IDE GLASSES ,
The First Permanent Injunction Against
the Owner of Property ,
SOME POINTS OF PIETY.
A Plro Hiiit Starts a Little Ulazo The
City's Kxpcuscs niosrnplilcnl
Rkctclius of Vnjtn An Old Den
Indicted Tlio District Court.
A Permanent Injunction.
In the district court yesterday tlio first
rcitl hard blow was struck the saloons.
The application for making the Injunc
tion against tlio St. Louis housu perma
nent has been fully argued , and almost
every possible legal point was raised by
the defense , There was no attempt prac
tically to protect the tenant , Dourflincor ,
but the owner of the property , Air.
Brown , through his attorneys , foueht
hard to keep the injunction from being
made permanent against him. He did
not want his property held for the costs
of the action , and claimed that thqrc wns
no proof that tlio building was
used for Illegal purposes by his
consent or with his knowledge.
Judge Doomcr rendered his decision yes
terday , lie ordered that the injunction
be permanent ngainst both Doerlliugcr
ntul lirown , and that the costs bo a hen
on the property , including an attorney
fee of f 100 for the prosecutor , Mr. Sims.
In giving this decision Judge Decmcr ex
pressed the belief that there was sullicient
proof that Mr. lirown knew that the
property was being used for saloon pur
poses. Them was evidence that it was a
notorious fact that there had been a bar
there for years. There had been several
notices served , and the case had been
pending some time , and yet Mr. lirown
had taken no steps to get relief from the
court or oust his tenant. Ho had virtu
ally appeared as defending his tenant.
The attorneys for tlio defense gave no
tice of appeal.and supcrscdcas bonds will
doubtless bo filed , so as to prevent the
slier ill' from proceeding to collect the
costs or shutting the house , until the
points can be passed upon by some other
court. The ease and the decision arc of
special interest , as it is practically a test
case involving : v score of similar ones.
The prohibitionists are naturally jubi
lant over tin. * decision , although itwasev-
nyctcd , and not alone by the prosecution.
It is evident that Judge Deemcr will not
rule differently in the other cases of sim
ilar nature , and there is little chance for
further contest in this court.
Tlio contempt cases , which involve
some ditfercnt facts unit oucstions , will
probably be sharply fought. They will
not come up for a week or two yet , the
criminal calendar to bo disposed of be-
"ore thoyare reached.
Hair Hours with Vans.
Judge Aylosworth was nearly an hour
ate in taking his accustomed place yes
An anxious crown of offenders awaited
iiim. There were a larger number than
usual , the princiual charge against them
being that of vagrancy.
The judge was in his usual good humor
and began by calling on Hobert liowen.
aged twenty-four , Irish , and a one armed
laboring man. Ho had worked in South
Omaha at packing for the last eight
months. Had paid $4.50 a week for
board and only had & when ho left. Was
on his way to Kansas City. Expected to
take a freight train and when ariestcd
thought he was a mile outside of Council
Hind's. Had no money with which to pay
fare. The judge thought it strange a po
liceman was 11 mile from Council I Hull's
but concluded ho'd better hold liowen
awhile. Ho was let go late in the day ,
as it was rather dillieult for a one arm
man to get work.
His honor , begins his cases by enquir
ing the name , nationality , occupation ,
age and residence of those brought be
fore him. After he has finished with each
one , ho begins with the first one again
and inquire.- , what charge he is in on , and
then begins questioning the prisoners in
order. It is then the fun begins and
especially if the magistrate is In n
Yesterday the twelve or fourteen of
fenders seemed evenly divided between
Chicago and South Omaha as their
alleged places of residence. Chicago
was considerably in the lead at first and
after some six claimed that city the judge
enquired "What's the matter with Chicago
cage this morning. " The next man was
Fred Hosner and he switched on" onto
South Omaha as his home , as did those
who followed with the excep
tion of two who had learned
that there were other cities in the union
besides Omaha and Chicago. One of
these claimed Sioux Fulls and the other
got away off to Toronto , Canada.
W. C. Moore , aged twenty-two , Amer
ican , smelter. "iidyou ) just get in from
ChicagoV" suggested his honor. "No , "
replied Mooic , "I got leaded and am on
my way to Kansas. " Why hn had come
from Omaha to Council UJufls to go to
Kansas his honor could not judge. The
prisoner said " 1 am out of 'stuff. ' Had
$5 when I got in Omaha Only had two
beers yesterday and still had 15 cents in
mo pocket. " "Enough for three more. , "
replied the judge. " 1 hadn't spent n
cant for beer yesterday , I was treated. "
"Then this 15 cents is the accumulation
of your lifetime , " said the judge , "and as
you ore twenty-two years old now , by
the tune you get to bo forty-four years
old you will have , at this rate , 30 cents. "
"It you have had no one to support but
yourself and have worked the past eight
years , you must own a farm or two , "
said Ins highness to John Kyan.
a South Omaha resident charged
with vagrancy. "No , 1 am sorry
to say , your honor , 1 haven't. ' 1 earn
my money like a man , and spend it like
an ass1. " "When did you make up your
mind to that ) " asked the judge. Hyan
then stated that ho had lost $ 14 wliile
drunk ; was arrested hero ; discharged and
in few days was rcarrostod. Ho antici
pated walking to Pacific Junction where
he has a brother working in the round
hou ° e ami expected ho'd furnish him a
pass to St. Louis.
"John Lcighton , you are charged with
being a vagrant. In what manner have
von been oppressed by capital ? " said the
"More the of it cli "
judge. by want , ?
Leighton had $ " > Friday ; had spent it for
boor and grub , he sixid. "Then , " re
plied his honor , "Yon must have been
awful full. I don't mean of beer but
that amount of mono } * , would buy almost
a quarter of beef or possibly a kc of
beer. If you've been a section hand since
March 1 , you must have saved up quite a
little sum of money. Lcighton then
explained what ho had done with his
money In the way of buying winter un-
dorclotlu's , etc. . until ho reached his last
f > in Council lilufls and cot full.
" 1'rovious to tills your business seems to
have been extremely legitimate , " con
cluded the judge.
James Simmons , aged nineteen , had
worked in "a quarry at Sioux Falls
where they got out paving stone for
Council Illuffs and Omaha. " His homo
was in Charleston , S. C. He left home
when but twelve years old and went to
Now York city where , ho mailo a couple
of trips on one of the sound steamers
that ran to I'rovidenco , Didn't like the
work ; loft job ; went as messenger boyer
( or the Western Union ; taken sick : got in
charge of a mission ; was sent to Minnesota
seta on a farm. The 'boss told him "to
git" , after ho had put in nine months ;
went to Sioux Falls ; got fined ; reached
Omaha : worked a week or so till Wednes
day. Could n't get pav until Thursday :
Came to Council liluH's Friday ; placed
under arrest as a ' 'vag" two hours after
nrrlval and before his honor on Satur
"It won't take long to graduate you , "
said Judge Aylcsworth as ho passed the
John Murphy was again before the
court , the second time as a vagrant in A
week nnd once upon suspicion of robbing
Vcrnon Treynor of a silver watch.
John Smith , an American butcher ,
charged with intoxication. Ho camu
from Chicago to Omaha to work in
Swift's new packing house when it
John C-rroll came from South Omaha
to Council Hind's to get a coat and vest
he left when he was arrested 'a week ago.
He'd been at work over since ho got out ,
so the judge let him olf.
William Ileiley , aged twenty-two , and
n moulder , had a peculiar loft eye , it
being almost n half inch higher up on his
headtlmn his right cyo. He'd been in
the navy and all over the union , and
looked tough for one so young.
liun Stocks a vag , had had colic and
cramps for three days and "didn't die"
as the judge put in. He sent a man up
town to purchase a scalper's ticket to
DOS Moliics , but as the man didn't return
ho was left broke. Ho didn't know if the
scalpnr did his friend up or the friend had
done him up , and the judge thought the
latter the case and ho concluded to hold
Stocks "until your friend comes back. "
There were several others tried , the
drunks witli one exception pleaded not
guilty , and as ho was booked as a case of
dead drunk , " pleaded guilty and paid
$8.10 , which included his ride in the
Tlio Crlminnl Onsen.
The trial of the criminal cases begin in
the district court on Monday. The cal
ender is as below , all the cases will be
tried in the order given.
No. 1C.V2 Casey.
No. 1 ? ( ) i Adams.
No. 17 < n Green.
No , 1707 Ashton.
No. 170 ! ) Hough.
No. 1781-J. 15. O'Uricn.
No. 1782Carbcc. .
No , 17Si-Carbee. !
No. 1780-O'liricn. '
Breaking n nargnln.
The grand jury have found an indict
ment against Richard Maker , the colored
"Tex , " as he is known , and yesterday his
raeh on Hroadway , below the North
western track , wasr.uded and his newly-
made wife , with two other female in
mates , were taken to the county jail. It
has been known as one of the vilest dens
of vice in this part of the country and
has been a disgrace to the community. It
js to be hoped that this may end the ex
istence of the "Tex's" gang of colored
wreciis who hafcsted the neighborhood
of the Northwestern depot for years past.
The City \\allct.
Disbursements of the city for the cur
rent expenses of the present month of
August , 1887 :
Fire department , S 770.24
I'ollceand marshal l.ftUIS
Streets andalleys 7U7. :
City cnclneordepaitmcnt ttiV.ll
Salaries of ollicers .104.14
I'rlntliu' and supplies si.U5
Ciis ami street lamps ) : ) ! .04
Intersection grading 4J.2. !
Total general expense 84,077.84
hppcial levy public libinry S liKMM
Special levy old sewers 10J.OQ
Total S 241.08
Small liiuonillary Hla/.c.
Fire was discovered yesterday after
noon in the barn and wagon shed of John
"lauson , in the rear of his store upon
.ipper Broadway. Hy the time the fire
department arrived the building , which
was a frame structure , was well carred.
That it was of incendiary origin there is
little doubt. George li. Gillison claims
that he was sitting in a saloon near where
the lire originated , and a short stout man
told him that he was going out to set fire
10 something if it was the last act of his
life. Gillison doesn't know the man's
name , but claims to bo able to rccogni/.o
him out of a thousand. The damage done
was light and would not exceed flOO , in
cluding hay and all.
A Three Month's Bride.
Minnie Brewer suesfor divorce from
Hr.rvey J. lirewer. They were married
March 10 , 18811 , in Montgomery county ,
la. , when in Juno of the same year he de
serted her. She asks to be allowed to
use her maiden name , Minnie Davidson.
George Meisner , of bholton , is a guest
at the Pacific.
F. S. Hammond , of Kansas City , is at
the Pacific house.
James Crow and wif'j of Miuden were.
In the city yesterday.
J. P. Gasman of Springfield , Mass. , lias
been visiting E. E Adams.
Miss Madge Dempster is visiting
friends at Missouri Valley.
S. G. Underwood returned from DCS
Mollies yesterday morning.
J. W. Squire and family have returned
from an extended eastern trip ,
W. P. Adams of Massachusetts , a spec
ulator in western real estate , is visiting
his cousin E. E. Adams and family.
Captain J. P. Williams lias so far re
covered from the effects of Ins accident
as to bo able to sot up. and expects soon
to ride out.
Mr. and Mrs. T S. Couch and daugh
ter , Miss Laura Couch , together with Mr.
Frank Roberts , a brother of Mrs. Couch ,
returned yesterday from Chicago.
George II. Ferguson , of the Pacific
house , who with his family js recreating
at Arnold's park , on Okoboji Lake , has
knocked tlio lone fisherman breathless.
His latest record is forty anil one-halt
pounds of wall-eyed pike caught in one
day. George insists on it , oven the half
pound , and swears it is no lish story.
Wanted Apprentice cirls to learn
dressmaking. Miss Molllo Corcoran , 714
Money to loan. Cooper & Judson.
Judge. Aylesworth opened court last
night. The judge has a heart in him ,
and not wanting any one to remain in
the city Jail who could pay his fine , ho
concluded to give them a chance to get
Another thing , the judge didn't want
to bo the cause of the absence from
church this morning of any prisoners.
Ho gave them u last chance , but no one
took advantage of it.
At 8.iO ! o'clock Otto Eisenblattor.booked
as an unknown drunk , was brought from
jail. Ho pleaded guilty. "Vill you
please and trust mo von lay , gudgoy 1
vould like to bay you nnd 1 got no some
moneys yust now. I get yob und como
quick by hero und gib you f7.00. " Hut
his honor wouldn't have it that way.
Ed Hos3 , a colored porter in n gam
bling house , had a racket on Pierce street
with a "flannel mouth wench , " as he
expressed himself to the judge ,
Ho admitted having cussed her ,
but thought ' as she was a sporl
ho had a right to. The judge
told him If he could get a triend to mil
$10 for his appearance on Monday he
coulci go. A change of countenance
came over the colored gentleman as IK
put On. his hat to depart , but when the
city marshal told him ho'd have ! to go U
jail until his friend appeared or tin
money was forthcoming , down went the
darkey' cum aud hia hands went deej
in his trousers' pockets an his straw hat
sal gently upon the .bridge of his nose ,
and in through the jail door ho disap
_ - "
Dalboy's military band -gave an open
nir concert in liayliss frtrk last night un
der the auspices of the Mueller Music
Mr. and Mrs. W.ClJirk celebrated
their china wedding lajjt night at their
home on lienton street. . , | A number of
the friends and neighbors participated
in the joyful event. Mrs. Clark Is n
daughter of J. J. Newton , an old resi
dent of this city. ( i
Fpfdnl dvettlsemonts , such M to t , Found
ol/oan , For Bale , To Kent , Viants , Donnllng- ,
etc , Till belniortod In this column st tbe loir
Insertion. I/caro advertisements M our ofBco
No. 12 I'etrl itiect , near UroidwAj , Council
Olt SAU-A : 11.500 hoiHo. No. 421 S. Klrlilh
street , corner of Fifth mcnue. N I1.
Dodgn A ; Co.
WANTKD Mlildlo need woman for lmti o-
keeper. Prlvnto family. Address T. A.
IMIIInir , Council Ilhiirs.
171011 SAt.r-lco In cur lots. Gilbert Hros. ,
JD Council lllulM.
WANTED With rolen-nce-s n practical No.
1 butcher. Cull lit no ; Main strict , Council
II luff s.
\\TANTFD-A girl for poiicnil liousonotk.
TT Smiill Inmily. bandy kitchen. 70tiethii\u.
WANTKD Younir srlrl lm wants to RO to
school nnd help do liouse ork to puy for
her board. Addro < s H2T , llooolllce.
FOU SALE Stock of dniRS In central No-
brnskii. Will liiMlco nliont $1.000. Inquire -
quire of lliirlo , Huss \ . Co. , Council Illulfs , In.
WANT1H ) A ( rood gill for cook. Apply nt
onto to Mrs. J. K. Mcl'hurson , No. 1U31
FOH SAIiK On onsy terms or will trade for
city piopcity , u complete Block of furnl-
luro. stoves , ulM > liulldliiK. It U Bit mil oil M
nllcs en t on Wntmsh railroad , ( lood town ; no
ipliosltion. Good rcp > on < i for soiling. 1'os-
osslon Kl on nt once. Will invoice about JZ XX ) .
, ull or address Merchant , 3'5 Hrondway , Coun
SALF. Oil THADE.-For Conncll niuffg
property 40,000 acres of lowix nnd Ne-
iiHRka land. J. It. llice , 110 Minn St. . Council
HOTEL FOR RENT.
The Gutter house In Missouri Viilloy : fur
nished llrst-class tlironehmit and with a largo
business established , Will bo rented on liberal
terms to responsible parties , ( 'nil on or ad
dress Jlt'GH ' PEltCV ,
OFFICER A fUUEY ,
500 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
1415 DOUGLAS ST. , - - OMAHA.
REAL ESTATE ,
Vacant Lots , Lands , City Residences and
Fnims. Aero property In western part of city
All selllnir cheap.
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & Insurance Agent ,
Koom n , over Officer & . I'usoy's Dunk , Couucl
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY-
Cor. 5th Ave. & 7th St. , Council Bluffs.
Ono of the best Educational Institu
tions in the west. Hoarding und diy
school conducted by the Sihtcra of Char
ity , U. V. . M.
Board and tuition for a term of live
months , $75. For further particulars
address SISTKR SUPEKIOH ,
St. Francis Acedomy ,
Council Ulufls , In.
Creston House ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel in the City
with Fire Escape.
Electric Call Bells.
Acvoimnoclnlioim rirnt G'lats ,
And ttnfes Kcnvonahlc
Max Mohn , Proprietor
LAMPS , GLASSWARE
Prices Very Low ,
W. s. HOMER & Co. ,
JN'O. 23 MAIX\ST. \ ,
COUNCIL IttiU&J > 'S. IA :
In Amber ,
'cc.Hair ' ( On
naineiits , as
well as the
cities in hair
Mf . CTTL. Gillette
20 Mnln St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and all mail
orders promptly attended to.
A. SCIIVKZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office over American Express.
No. 419 BROADWAY
THE FALL SEASON
Having opened , the time for purchasing
heavy clothing approaches and every one
wishes to know where to go to get the best
quality for the least money. If you will
INSPECT OUR STOCK
before you purchase elsewhere , you will be
enabled to sec about what you can pur
chase your selections for. It will not be
necessary for you to buy of UP , we simply
extend vou an Invitation to call and ex
amine the Finest and licst Selected stock
of clothing ever In Council Bluffs. We
offer for sale a large line of
SAWYER CASHMERES ,
NORTH ADAMS CASHMERE ,
AND BROADBROOK & LIV
suits , in sack or frock styles , in the hair
lines , silk mixtures , gray mixtures , brown
mixtures , crimson mixtures , broken plaids
and all the new styles. These to be ap
preciated must be seen. They are neat ,
nobby goods. We have a fine line of
Coats and Vests , as well as four-button
Cutaways , in all colors. These gooils in
cut , fit , fint-h anci 'rimming , are equal to
the best tailor made goods and we offer
them for lese than half a tailor could make
them for. Youths' and Children's suits
We show a fine line of these goods as well
as a full assortment of the cheaper grades
for t-cliool wear. A full line of knee pants
and boy's dhirt wai ts.
We have everything imaginable in
ncluding Hats , Caps , the finest line of
* Jeck\\ ear ever in the city. Silk , Alapaca
and Gingham Umbrellas. A full line of
White Shirts , besides Percales , Cheviots
and Flannels of all colors.
We are here to show goods and trust
he public will favor us by giving us a call
and at least inspect our lines , which we
claim equal to anything ever in this city.
JOE W. BACHARACH
No. 416 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Next Door to The Manhattan.
T. F. BRITT M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN M SURGEON ,
NO. < iO7
MYHSTER STREET , COUNCIL BLUffS
JOHN v. b-roNE. JACOU RIMS
STONE & S/MS ,
Attorneys at Law.
Practice in the State and Federal Cour t
Rooms 7 and S Shugart-Ueno Block.
E. S. DAJINKTT ,
Justice o ± the Peace ,
415 Hroadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers ] o any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
Star Safe Stab/es and Mule Yards
Oroudwny , Council HlulTs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and mules constantly on hand
for sale at retail or in car load lots.
Orders promptly hlled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission
Telephone 114. SHU7rr.ii & lioi.nr.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Couuui IHufTs
BEST LIGHT LIVERY
The linest of driving horses always on
hand nnd for sale by
Coaclies and Hacks in City.
WILLIAM WELCH ,
No. 418 Broadwaj' The Manhattan
Telephone No. 153
Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 9
D. H. McDANELD & COMPANY
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
WOOL , AM > I'DBS.
Illuliest jTni'Iict Prices. Promp
820 and 8-J2 Main Street , Cquneil Bluff *
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HARKNESS BROS. ,
BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK.
CLOSING OUT ALL
Summer Dress Goods , White Goods
Parasols , Gloves , Mitts , Hosiery , Etc , , Etc.
OTJIR. STOOK : OF *
Are Large and Well Selected
Our Patterns are Choice and Quality the Best.
New Goods are arriving and invite
A FULL LINE OP
Lace Curtains ,
CURTAIN DRAPERIES ,
SHADING ETC. , ETC ,
Work Done by Competent Workmen.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To1
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs,1i i
N. B. Special attention given all orders by
Greatest Invention of the Age.
Rupture or Ilurnln u Spcrinlfy
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SKM rou ii.Mjvrit.\Tti > t ; in cm. A 113.
IIR : WAKIS : FEMALE I ISIASIS : : A SPECIALTY.
Curc-9 all kinds of Chronic DIscMsos that mo curublu with his most Wonderful Vegetable
UoincillGi Is tlio oldest mid most succc-gtiil 8 | > ieliilist in the wctt. Call nnil S" him
OITIUK , NO. 11 I'KAICI , SIKKIJT , OriVivi/vil T31nflFc T/-ITTTO
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Olllco Hours : 8 to IS a. m. 1 to 5 and u to B p. m. WOU.I1UI1JD1U.1IS ) JLOvVcl.
BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OF
Pianos and Organs
Persons wiblnng to purchn&c instruments will find it to their interest to '
cull on us. '
ImtruinciUs Tuned and Repaired. U'e never Tail to give Nuttsf'nulion.
Over 2O years' Experience in Piano and Organ Worlt.
Swanson Music Co.
No. 329 Broadwaj' , Council Bluflfl , Iowa .
THE AUTOMATIC TRUNK
Beats thrill all
for Sample Trunks
anil Cases , Theatri
cal mid Tourists'
Trunks. Hunt [ ail
to Mio it. The
This and all other
kinds ot Trunks
anil C.ISUH manu
factured by ,
Zimmerman & .
And sold at whole
sale and retail.
Two carloads on
Council Muffs , Iowa ,
Rcntl for Circulars and Price * *
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