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OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 5 , 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE NO. IB , PKAlllj STKEET
Delivered by currier In nny part of the city at
twenty cents per week.
n. W TILTON , . . . Malinger.
JlCMNitRS Omen. No. 43.
NinriT BniToii No. 23.
M1XOU , MENTION.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Roller , tailor , Full poods cheap.
Dr. J. C. Robertson , C2fl Main St.
"Little Bossl" The best 5c cigar in
the city. Troxoll Bros. , agents.
A child of Mr. Bcntou , of Lewis
township , was burned yesterday.
Last day to see the wonderful clock at
JJo. 830 Broadway. Send your children
A four-year-old child of John Shafoloy
flied yesterday afternoon at his rcsi-
flonco on Avenue II.
The police took in "Old Sport" Miller
last night , and gave him u cell in the
oily jail in which to sober up.
A supply of the new stamps have been
received at the postoHlce , but will not
bo used until the old ones arc gene ,
which will bo about a mouth.
The boy choir of St. Paul's church is
to appear for the first time Sunday
Dvcning. The service is to be of spcelal
musical interest in other rcspcctsjilso.
Quit claim deeds were yesterday
given to the eitv by N. P. Dodge and
W. P. Webster for the opening up of
Ninth uvenuo through their land on the
The next great attraction at the opera ,
house will lie the appearance of Louis
Jamesand Marie Wainright on Wednes
day evening , November 0. "Virginius"
will bo the play.
Mr. Morgan was called to the transfer
last evening to attend to a corpt.o that
was en route to the east. The railway
olllcials refused to take it farther with
out having it repacked.
Owing to a misunderstanding of in
structions the new hook and ladder
truck will not bo shipped until next
Tuesday. It is honed to have the now
building completed by the time it gets
Judge Dcemer is to bo hero Monday ,
at winch time he will listen to the argu
ments in the case of Crittendcn vs. Ar-
inour , Barbeo fc Co. There are some
other unfinished matters to bo taken up
The largest deed recorded yesterday
was that by which S. Farusworth con
voyed to II , Z. and C. L. Haas an un
divided one-si.xth interest in what is
known as the Gregg tract , the consider
ation being $7,000.
The Colored Glee club of Council
Bluffs will give a grand ball in Will
iams' hall , in this city , Thanksgiving
nighi for the benclit of Omaha citizens.
O. Brewer is the manager , E. M. Taylor
will have charge of the door and Mrs.
M. T. Turner will attend to the tables.
The scaffolding has been extended up
ward several fuot from the top of the
belfry of the new German Catholic
churuh , and work on the spire will now
bo commenced. It is reported that the
chime of three bells donated to this
church has arrived , and will shortly bo
I put in place.
& There is oven moro enthusiasm shown
in the support of William Arnd for
county auditor than his friends expected
when they nominated him. Everything
indicates now that ho will continue to
bo a favorite till ho is declared a win
ner next Tuesday. Aside from his per
sonal popularity and his general ability ,
there is a special reason urged why lie
should bo elected. Ho has been deputy
in this ollico for a number of years , and
has become thoroughly conversant not
only with the routine work of the ofllco ,
but with the dutails of the now court
house building , and other affairs of im
portance to every tax-payer. No newman
man could bo as valuable to the county
at just this time , and the voters readily
see the force of this.
The Nonpareil is not very consistent
in its shouts about helping to build up
Council Bluffs. While the other papers
point with pride to the fact that the in
creased registry of voters shows that
this city is rapidly gaining in popula
tion , she uses cross-oyed typo to give
prominence In her editorial columns to
claim that this increase in the number
of registered voters comes from the fact
that the democrats have had registered
a lot of Omaha laborers , who do not live
hero at all. The old lady is willing to
shout that the city is lobing in popula
tion , rather than miss an opportunity of
making borne fancied political point in
the interests of party.
J. W. and K L. Squire lend money.
' "Let Her Go Gallagher , " "Littlo
Boss. " Best live cent cigar in the city.
Troxoll Bros. , agents.
E. H. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All misincss strictly
confidential. Ollico , 500 Broad way , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Warren Hough , of Crescent , was hero
J. B. Christian , of Hamburg , visited
the Bluffs yesterday.
Hon. L. R. Bolter , of Logan , was at
the Pacific yesterday.
Miss Kate Pcsoy and Miss Molllo Lar-
Imnr are visiting friends in Chicago.
Frank Glass and G. W. Garner , of
Persia , la. , were in the city yesterday.
R. W. Morse and C. R. Hito , of Shenandoah -
andoah , were Pacillo house guests yes
Mrs. Charles Baldwin , of Keotauqua ,
la. , is vibiting her daughter , Mrs. C. L.
The many friends of Mrs. Walters
will bo glhd to know that she is recover
ing from the illness caused by the sad
loss of her son , Marquis.
H. E. Owen , who has been doing
grading hero , has left for Davenport to
figure on the contract for filling the
Rock Island yards there.
Mr. Pin-coll , the Dunlap editor , was
In the city yesterday to mccthisraothor ,
who arrived from Illinois and wont with
him to Dunlap last night on a visit.
Mrs. W. F. Sappls planning on spend
ing the winter in Washington , for
which city she will start in a few days.
Colonel Sapp will join her there a little
W , W. Mitchell , passenger conductor
of the Minneapolis & North western rail
way , was in the city yesterday visiting
his brother , J. p. Mitchell , the tickel
ngont. _ _
Look out for BIG BARGAINS in Call.
fornia fruits uext Saturday at Troxol !
Pantst Panto ! !
Just received , a largo now stock o !
pants goods , on which special bargains
are HOW offered , at present reducec
prices. Pants made to order can be luu
as cheap as ready 'made.
Roltor.'tho Tailor ,
No. , 810 Broadway.
The finest' line of pon-poas , bannc
rods , banner ornaments , etc. , 'in tin
city at "Domestic" ofllce , 105 Mali
street. . '
THE DOINGS IN THE BLDFFS.
Moonlight Sneak Thloves Continue
to Pilfer With Little SUCCOBS.
LIVELY WORK WITH THEGRADINQ.
The New Waterworks KiiRlnc Unlit
Here Tlic Ktcotrlo Llglit Mnsts
Going Up A Few Unruly Onci
Itcforc the Court Itally.
The Work of ntir larg.
The dentnl rooms of Dr. II. S. Wcrt ,
M Pcnrl Htreot , werobwfjlurl/.ed Thurs
day night. A young inun by the name
of Foster hns slept Ihero for the past
two nights , ns the doctor preferred to
have borne one there. Foster's wntch ,
knife , keys nnd purse , containing $2 ,
wore taken. His trunk was not mo
lested , the thief being probably fright
ened awny. The doctor's articles were
not molested. It eccma rather"strango
that the watchman should bo robbed
nnd the guarded property left undis
turbed. Entrance was effected through
a rear window and the burglar left no
Ono thousand head of one. two nnd
three-year-old hteers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire of
A. J. Greenamaycr , 0123 Myubtor fat. ,
Raisins London layers , eighteen
cents per pound at Troxell Bros.
Wadsworth , Etnyro & Co. , 23G Main
btreot , make reliable abstracts of prop
erty in Pottawuttainic county.
An KiiKlnc Built Here.
The engine house of the water works
company is a busy place'just now. There
are numerous improvements being made
by which the work of supplying this
city with the needful liquid will bo
done easier and quicker. The most im
portant movement is the putting in of a
new engine of 160 horse power , built by
tha Oguon iron works of this city. The
engine is n handsome giant. No ono
can look upon it without feeling proud
of the fact that Council BlulTshas shops
which can turn out such a piece of ma
chinery. The water works company
has done wisely in having its now en
gine built at" homo.
You AVant Them !
Domestic patterns nnd patterns for
stamping and embroidery. Latest styles
and linest designs. "Domestic" Oiilcc ,
1U5 Main st.
The firm of Odoll Bros. & Co. , consti
tuted of E. II. Odell , Ira Odoll and C.
E. Freedmnn , is this diy : dissolved by
mutual consent , Ira Odell and C. E.
Freedmnn retiring. From this date A.
H. Comstook is associated with E. H.
Odell under the firm name of Odoll &
Co. The now linn assumes nil liabili
Dirt is flying at a lively rate along
Ninth and Tenth avenues. Messrs.
Mitohell and Sweeney have the tram
way on Ninth avenue in operation and
arc just getting it in smooth' running
order. At present they have thirty
cars running , requiring three teams.
Each team takes live ears at a time and
changes at the bank on every trip. The
cars are filled by moans of scrapers and
a trap , thus doing away with any shov
eling. They will shortly put on moro
cars , and their present capacity of 150
cars a day will bo very much increased.
On Tenth avenue J. C. Leo has about
forty teams hauling dirt to grade for
the Union Pacific tracks between Sixth
street and the canning factory. Con
siderable work has already been done
at the wobt end of this street , between
the canning factory and the transfer.
Mr. Leo is rushing in about 800 loads a
day on this job , and has in addition a
fill of 15,000 yards to make near the ele
vator. The fill on Tenth avenue is the
full width of the street nnd will give
abundant yard room around the new
freight lioubc of the Union Pacific com
Every one making a cash purchase of
25 cents at T. D. King & Go's , cigar
store gets a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prizes.
Starch , seven cents per pound , three
pounds for twenty cents , at Troxell
For best quality coal and wood , call on
Glcason , liO Pearl street.
Thn Musts of Light.
The first of tlvo electric light masts
was erected yesterday , at the corner of
Pierce and Franlc streets. The wqrk on
it is not completed , as the elevator is
yet to bo put in , and wire cables sub
stituted for the present guy ropes. The
skeleton of iron is 160 foot in height ,
and no man of ordinary nerve would
care about climbing it. The work of
raising it was done from the top , the
upper deck being first raised , and the
lengths of iron added to the bottom , in
this way raising it until the whole was
complete. The frame is firmly screwed
together and securely braced. The
foundations for the masts at the corner
of Broadway and Fourth street and at
the Methodist church are completed ,
and the necessary tools for the erection
of the columns will bo moved to the
Fine white clover honey , eighteen
cents per pound at Troxoll Bros.
Greatly reducedin price so you cansave
$10.00 to $15.00 on a coat , far better and
cheaper than you can buy ready made.
Reiter , the Tailor ,
No. 310 Broadway.
Best mince meat , three poundb for
twenty-five cents. Troxoll Bros.
The Unruly OUCH.
John Miller and Robert Scott were
each fined $ iO in the police court yester
day morning for disturbing the peace.
Miller got a jug of beer nt the saloon
whore Scott was at work , .and when ho
attempted to walk off without paying
for it , Miller slugged him. A three
minute round between thorn created fun
for the spectators , but the court getaway
away with the gate receipts. Robert
Lewis , a hotel porter , was taxed 89.GC
for creating a disturbance in the gallery
during the performance of 'Undo
Tom's Cabin , " at Dohany's the previous
Imw and Order Itally.
The meeting of the Law and Order
league of Una county at Avoca Thurs ;
day evening partook of the nature of n
temperance mass meeting. The oporc
house was well filled with citizens froir
all over the county. Vice President
Kinnoyt of the league , was iu the chair ,
Rev. Mr. Harlpongh , of Avn.cn , opened
the mooting with prayer. The speakers
of the evening were Revs. Dr. 1'helps
nnd W. II. W. Rees , of this city. Kach
gentleman occupied about three-quar
ters of an hour. No resolutions were
idoptcd , but the effort made in behalf
of prohibition will have considerable
weight with many of those present
when they go to the polls next Tuesday.
Self rising buckwheat , fourteen cents
a package , two for twenty-five cents.
A Common Si'tinc Triton.
Dr. R. Rice , of this city , whoso name
Is familinr to ninny throughout the west ,
tins received his letters patent on his
common sense hernia supK ) > rt , which
has already been so thoroughly tested ,
nnd so unnnimously approved. This In
vention is being hailed with joy by the
sufferers from licrnin , for they got by it
n relief not to bo had elsewhere. Dr.
liico hns not only been treating those
thus aftllcted , and handling all kinds of
trusses for over forty years , but being
liimsolf ono of the sufferers ho has taken
a personal interest in the search for
pome sort of n support which would meet
Lho requirementH. Ho hns tried the
best , and finding them defective , ho has
been at work devising ono. This in
vention is therefore the result of years
nnd it appears to bo perfect. Ono needs
but to see it to.bo convinced of its su
periority over all kinds of springs , balls
or metal trusses. It can be adapted
readily to all kinds of ruptures , and the
wearer , who has been tortured by the
things called trusses feels glad relief
when he puts on this.
The nail is made of rubber , and will
last a lifetime. The bolts are of the best
wool ola.slic , of superior strength , nnd
the fastenings are of nickel , BO that
they will not rust. No money has been
spared in securing the best material
possible , and the most skilled workman
ship. They cannot work loose or be
come unfastened , and yet they are very
Not only is this ingenious combination
of common sense nnd science a boon to
the afllicted and suffering , but to these
whp are desirous of preventing any lia
bility to hernia. Men who are lifting
heavily , firemen , ball players , and
others who are called on to violently
exert themselves , find the support a
pleasing help and sure proventativo.
Dr. Rico has already placed a goodly
number in daily use , and is receiving
most llattering praise. It bids fair to
quickly supplant all other forms of sup
ports just as fast as it catches the public
attention nnd is given a trial. For the
purpose of thus introducing it. and con
fident that its merits will commend it
to all , Dr. Rico hns concluded to sell
these supports to sufferers at $ o each ,
one-half price , until the first of January.
With this inducement the sufferers
should hasten to improve the oppor
tunity to rid themselves from the tor
ture of trusses which can never give
Dr. Rico is the oldest specialist in the
west. He has had a long and successful
practice , giving special treatment to
chronic diseases , and for proofs of his
skill and succor none needs but to visit
his olllce , No. 11 Pearl street , Council
Bluffs , and see the specimens of cancers ,
tumors , etc. , which ho has removed
with his wonderful vegetable remedies
without the use of the knife or the draw
ing of blood. Ho stakes his reputation ,
based on forty years of practice , on th/i /
merit of his now invention , and every
one needing a hernia support should
hasten to give this a personal trial.
Life seems hardly worth the living
to-day to many a tired , unhappy dis
couraged woman who is suffering from
chronic female weakness for which she
has been able to find no relief. But
there is a certain cure for all the pain
ful complaints to which the weaker sex
is liable. Wo refer to Dr. Piercc's
"Favorite Prescription" to the virtues
of which thousands of women can tes
tify. As a tonic and nervine it is un
surpassed. All druggists.
Great depression of spirit without a
known cause , a yellow spotted complex
ion , especially on the forehead , indi
cates a 'diseased condition of the kid
neys. Cure such troubles with Dr. J.
II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm.
Three hundred thousand copies would
be a small figure for the number of pic
tures of Mrs. Cleveland since the an
nouncement of her betrothal to the
president. The fortunate possessors of
early negatives nt Buffalo , Albany and
Seneca Falls had a monopoly of the
trade at first , 'charging $35 a hundred
for the cabinets , the pictures retailing
for 50 cents each. Notwithstanding the
competition of the latter photographers
the prices hold firm , and the market is
active and growing.
In ita mcntior of the arrival in Wash
ington of the famous Putnam Phalanx
of Connecticut n paper of that city got
it "Phantom Phalanx. " Thi8howoveris
not as bad as making Boston's Ancient
and Honorable Artillery the "Antique
and Horrible. "
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Dfllee No. 12 Pearl Street , ucar Uroadway , Couu-
Ml niulTa , Iowa.
iron HKNT An eight room house centrally
J ? locntcd. Euiulre Of W. T. Cole , 6M Pearl
1710R PALE A second hand Kimbe square
1piano , nearly new ; cost WML sell for I3JO.
Address Q Z 31 , lleo oITlco , Council illufls.
pfOH 8AIjK-Or will trade for stock of irrorpr-
* les , choice Improved Iowa land. Wfll pay
mtake citili for ( inference : value about tUW)0. )
Address K. P. Spencer , Humlolph , Iowa ,
WANTHD A man and Wife , without chll-
dion , to occupy portion of house and board
gentleman nnd his wife. Address A 0 , Doe ,
FOlt HKNT-llou os nnd furnished rooms. J.
It. Davidson. Ktt fifth avenue. _
T'O KXCHANOK-Kor Council muffs or Omaha
JL property , a retail stock of boots and nhocs ,
nuount , UW . Call at store. No. MS llroadwny ,
? r address It. Martin , Council HlulTB , Iowa.
FOK 8ALK Second-hand Columbia bicycle
very cheap. KMucli , at Ue offlco. _
ONE hundred thousand dollars to loan on
reiil estate and chattels by F. J. Day , 30
BUII.D1NO lots and aero property for sale by
F. J. Day , 3D Pearl st.
HIGH SALE OH TIlAlK-For rtnincll niutTs
L1 property , 4(1,000 ( Keren of Iowa and Ne
braska land. J. H. Itlco , 110 Mnln St. , Council
POH HKNT A Hncly furnished front room ,
llrst lloor , In prlvuto residence near court
louse. Water In room , llKhtcd and heated.
l.ui'Ke closet. References requited. Address II.
IDeu olllce , Council UlulTK.
WM. VTELCa ,
Carriage and Express Line.
OFFICE O15 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Telephone No. 1O.
All calls from District Telegrnph Olllce
promptly attended to.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot.
Horses and mules constantly on hand , for
sale at retail or in car load lots.
Orders promptly Oiled by contract oushoit
Stock sold on commission.
Telephone 114. BCIIMJTKH * 1IOLEV.
Opposite Dummy Depot. Council Mulls.
Trotting - Stallions
FOR SALE CHEAP !
BTANDAKD , UNBEll HULK fl.
mi Council Bluffs ,
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
500 Broodway , Council Ulnffs. Iowa. Established
W FALL STYLES OPEN ,
1514 DOUGLAS STREET , . . . OMAHA.
Vacant Lots , Lands , City Res
idences and Farms.
Acre Property In western part of the city. All
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent ,
lloom 5. over Officer & Puscy's Bank , Council
lilutfs , Iowa ,
Disordered Stomach ,
Impaired Indigestion ,
A Ilemcdr which qnlcVly clmnns
Thu Infnnt In the luotlicr'ft urms ,
Willie drooping nue will mrlve to drain
Fflrb ilrnn tlio ioblt doe * rnntnln.
This KKKKHVKMIN ; < J t < Ki/r/.Kii ano
A llessina Troves lo mo and mine.
D , H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KO anil 622 Mnln Stvcet.Councll niutrs.Iowa.
Pyramid of Modern Time !
1 1 1 10O1
4 Hundred 1
Four 100 and 1
L. L. 51 19 31
saved on every $100 by
' dealing at 104 algebraic
equation : LetA-401 and ex
q z , m e-what our competi
tors say. Result : Go to 401
for Fall Goods , Silks , Dress
Goods , Underwear , Flannels ,
Carpets , Oil Cloths , Axminster ,
Moquettes , Body Brussels , Tap
estry Brussels , Three-ply Ingrain ,
Matting , Rugs , &c. , &c. , &c. , &c. , &c.
A. RINK , ;
No. 201 Main Street , Council BlufFsJowa
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Both Domestic and Foreign. .
PINT SY RTIPlf P ? Attorney-at-Law , Second Floor Brown
r111 1ml DUIV&D , Building , 115 Pearl Street , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
| Justice of the Peace. OiUce over American
NOriTTTp7 , Express , No. 419 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
, in the State
QTWQ Attorneys-at-Law practice
011110 , and Federal Courts. Office llooins 7
and 8 , Shugart-Beno Block , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
0 DARWUTT Justice of the Peace , 415 Broadway" ,
, 0. DAAlimi , Council Bluffs. Eefers to any banker
business house in the city. Collections a specialty.
Latest Novelties ,
In Amber , tor *
tolse shell , etc.
as well as the
in hair goods.
Made to older
Mrs. C. L. Gillette ,
! Main Street , Council IHufTs. Out of town
work bolicitcd , and all mall orders piomplty
'LAMPS ! LAMPS ! !
Hall , Tarlor , Kitclien , Store aiid Office
Crockery , Glassware and Plated Ware ,
Largo Assortment at IJotton Prices.
W , S , HOMER & CO , ,
No. 23 Main St. , Council muffs , Io\\ .
Ogden Boiler Works
CARTER & SON , Prop's.
Manufacturer ! ot
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Orders by mall for repairs promptly attended
to. Satisfaction guaranteed. 10th Avenue. Ad-
dicss Ogdcn Iron Woiks , Council Itluffs , Jowa.
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs.
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Eo-
capo. Electric Call Bolls.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable ,
MAX MOHN , Proprietor.
Mr. D. Say , Gucsscr , what do theletiers C. B. C. C.
Mr , O. Js it anything about the new bridge ?
Mr. D. Jtrldget Ab. Jt'sa conundrum * Gueslt >
Mr * G , C , B. C. C. Canada buys croohcd cashiers.
Mr. D , Ao. Guess again.
Mr. G. Chronic bums catch caUbeose ,
Mr. D. Once more. That Isn't right ,
Mr. it. Careless boys catch Thunder ! 1 can't
guess U. What do they standfor , anyway ?
Mr. D. Give it up ? Uat Ha ! Hal Ho ! They
stand for Council muffs Carpet Co , Best goods for
the least money is their motto. .405 Broadway.
MK , ti
Is Mm Us
Their Elegant Stock
For This Week in
All of our $45 Dress
fov $2 i.
Allofourt5 Drcsa Patterns gofer
All of our $25 Dress 1'nlternit qo
All of our f SO Dress I'attcrnxgo
for $14 ,
All of our flS Dress Patterns gofer
for * 12.
All of our $15 Dress Patterns gofer
for $ W.
All of our $12 Dress Patterns gofer
AII of our f10 Dress Patterns gofer
for $ G.
He sure and be on hand early , as
as at these prices these beautiful
goods will go fast.
We haae over 1OOO of these Com
bination Suits to select from.
Hundreds of new styles added to
tur stock every dag. JVo house in
he west ran show yon such a com
plete assortment as we can , and
fully a.V per cent you will save by
juj/intj Cloaks from ns.
Kach and every department In
jitr house will have SVKUIAIt
BARGAINS this weelf. He sure
xnd call at the GIIKAT MONEV
SAVING STORK , where you will
tlways get good treatment and thn
best goods for the money.
Council Bluffs , - - la.
Mail orders solicited. Sample ?
tent on application * ,
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