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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : , MONDAY , NOVEMBER 7 , 1887. i
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE NO. 18 , PEAnti BTHEET
tltlirercd t > y mrr In any pnrt of the city at
t * cut y cents per w i'tk.
It W nw .
Ri Omrjs , No.
KDIIOB Ko. 23.
M1NOH MKXTION' .
JT. Y Plumbing Co.
Jtelter , tailor , Fall goods cheap.
Dr. J. C. Robertson , 625 Main St.
"Little Boss ! " The best 6c cigar in
th city. Troxcll Bros. , agents.
r The Royal Arcanum ball to-morrow
evening , will bo the third of this series.
They are deservedly popular and are
y. Allen charged with a pault and
battery on William Shuddon , and an un
known "boozer" had the city jail to
nTho billiard tables In the Council
Bluffs club rooms arc being changed ,
livelier cushions being substituted for
the slow ones furnished with the tables.
A musical and literary social will beheld
held next Thursday evening at the par
lors of the Broadway M. E. church. An
oyster tupper will bo served in connec
A flro in Fall-mount park Saturday af
ternoon did not stop at the boundary ,
but required considerable lighting to
prevent its reaching the high school
Tlio old Rogers house , on Broadway
next to the new government building.
is being lorn down. It is ono of the old
landmarks , but is in the way of modern
improvements and must go.
Some of the cedar block paving put
flown on Madison street about neiir . _
ago as taken up to put water service
into the residence of G. II. Jackson ,
and the blocks were found to bo lotted
to the depth of ono and one-half inches
from the surface. At this rate the
Htreet will huvu to bo repa\ed in about
three years moro.
A car load of turkeys , chicken * and
geese , from Maxwell , la. , passed
through this cltj Saturday , on route to
San Die-go , Cal. The owner accompan
ied them to feed them during the trip.
Tim freight alone amounts to $ ' < ) , but
the owner expects to clear $200 or $ ; > 00 ,
as poultry Is worth $8 pur do/.cn in lluit
The Presbyterian 'church was well
filled last evening , the occasion being
u concert given by the members of the
Sunday school. The little ones acquit
ted themselves very creditably , and the
whole programme , consisting of scrip
ture. readings , singing , recitations and
Closing remarks by Dr. Phelps , was
very interesting , The collection for
the benefit of the r-chool was very lib-
At the Congregational church yOhter-
day morning there \\cro services of
special interest. Nine now members
wore received into the church. One
babe was hnpti/.cd and thw sacrament of
thu Lord's supper \vus observed. The
pastor , Hov. ( ! . W. ( , 'roftH , gave a brief
f > ormon on "Tho Triple Endowment , "
his text being "Tain the way , the truth
and the life. ' ' There was no uvoning
Slurch. seven centvr ) pound , three
pounds for t < nty cents , at Troxell
For best quality conl and wood , call on
Gleai-oii , 20 Pearl street.
Fine while clover honey , eightcet
cents per pound at Troxell Bros.
John T. lln/.onof Avocu , In. , was a1
the Kiel house jesterday.
Mrs. M. Vollrath has returned from ti
two months' visit with friends and re1
hitivos in Ohio.
W. G. libeling left for Stanton , Neb.
yesterday morning. Ho will bo abson'
about two months.
Mrs. A. J. Stephcnson left for Mil
tird , Ind. , Saturday evening , to attend
or father's funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. . J. T. Berry , of Portland
Ore. , nro visiting with her sister , Mrs
M. S. Itoup , on Logan street.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hover , of Gales'
burg , 111. , and Miss Carrie Atkins , p
Omaha , are the guests of Miss Carri
Brown , of this city.
W. .T. Gratiain , organist nt St. Paul'i
Episcopal church , was in Lincoln last
week , rebuilding un organ for the Epis
copal church of that city.
William Lynch , of Carroll , la. , pro
prietor of the hotel bearing his name ,
was in the city to meet his son , Charles ,
of Minneapolis , who will make his Cur-
roll homo a short visit.
Harkness Bros , soil carpets.
Wadsworth , Etnyro & Co. , 230 Main
bti'cot , make reliable abstracts of prop
erty in Pottawattamio county.
You Want Them !
Domestic patterns and patterns for
Damping and embroidery. Latest styles
and llnest designs. "Domestic" Olllco ,
105 Main st.
The bocond of the ton now Pullman
Bleeping cars being built for the Union
Pacific railroad company arrived at the
transfer Saturday night over the Rock
Island. An Inspection of this palace on
wheels showed it to bo llttod throughout
with the greatest richnessand elegance.
On all sides are the tlncst curtains ,
draperies and carvings. Between the
middle compartment and the smok
ing room is tno bouffo.with its oil stove ,
delicate china and everything neces
sary for obtaining a light lunch. Elec
tric light wires run to , nll parts of the
car , and on every hand is shown the
highest degree of luxury yet known in
palace car building. About three
months is required to complete ono of
these "palaces of slumber , " and It costs
the modest little sum of $18,000. The
Union Pacific company is now receiving
ono every other day , and another is ex
pected to-night. They will run on the
main line between this city and Ogdcn.
The ono now at the transfer will leave
on Its first trip to-night , and any Bluff-
ites going west at that time will have
n opK ] > rtunity to enjoy Its luxurious
Closing out a stock of cloaks and
wraps at Ilarkness Brothers this week.
Greatly reduced In price so you can save
f 10.00 tolS.OO on a coat , fur bettor and
cheaper than you can buy ready made.
Hotter , the Tailor ,
No. U10 Broadway.
This evening the Council Bluffs club
has it formal opening. Those who have
invitations will doubtless gladly Im
prove the opportunity of inspecting the
elegant rooms. None but members , and
those thus favored will bo admitted.
Bent mince meat , three pounds for
twgnty-flvo cents. Troxoll Bros. ,
The finest stock of corsets in the city
A QUIET DAY IN M BLUFFS.
The Pavers Improve the Ohnnco to
KICK AGAINST BRICK PAVING.
The Mrlhoillftt Pastor Point * Out
How Chrihl Ian * Should Vote The
Doing" nl Oilier Churches
Fire at the Transfer.
The Rurplicld Days.
Vury Interesting ceremonies attended
the advent of the surpllced chair at St.
Paul'swhurch Itvst evening. The entire
servlco was rather commemorative of
this occasion. It opened with a "pro-
cchHionul liyinn" and the choir passed
from the bldo room into the organ loft.
This \vns followed by admission of the
choristers , twenty-four in number.
They are Messrs. Nortliup , Gil
bert , \Vltter , Parkinson and Forest ,
and Mn&lcrrf George Duquette , Edwin
Knistein , Harry James , Bcrtio Coy ,
Daniel Webb , Ebcn Zeverlcy , Richard
Stewart , Rev Campbell , Flon Woods ,
Theron Joel.vn , Leo Hincs , Ed Du
quette , Cliarles Ilavurstock , Robert
Lalng , John Hauthorn , Aaron Lyman ,
Otto Coon , Jmon ! Hoover , Robert Uai-
ley. Tlie feormon was upon the ' 'ritual , "
or the ceremonies of the church. An
anthem and the ' recessional hymn"
closed the service.
The first appearance of the choir was
a decided success and presides most
rtitiifnetory rcsulto from the new de
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
"Lot Her Go Gallagher , " "Little
Boss. " Best live cent cigarin the city.
Troxcll liros. , agents.
Self rising buckwheat , fourteen cents
a package , two for twenty-live cents.
Rov. W. H. W. Reca preached at
Broadway Methodiht church yesterday
upon ' 'The Duty of the Hour , " from the
text : "Woo to him that buildeth n
town with blood and establisheth a city
by iniquity. " In opening ho referred
to tlie contest in the coining election
and the moral interests involved in the
supremacy of the two parties and their
candidates. Continuing ho said :
"I como to plead this morning for
your support of a great principle in har
mony witli God and man's highest good ;
u principle underlying nil human great-
iiu--i and inwrought into all character ;
u principle which if violated hero works
ruin to tlie body hero and to both body
and soul hereafter ; a principle which if
not obeyed threatens the body politic ,
and will sooner or later engulf the na
tion in n fearful ruin , yi . : that of so
briety and temperance. * '
Ho reviewed the contest by which
prohibition became the law of the state
and the elTcct being made to make it in
operative and rc-cr.tablisli the saloon by
legal processes. Hi1 did not believe th'o
people of the state were ready to "go
into parlner.ship with the saloon aris
tocracy and build their cities with
blood , etc. " "The duty of Christians , of
every denomination , in view of the pend
ing issues , whatever your politics may
bo , is , I take it , to vote as you pray. You
cannot vote for the saloon and at the
same time consistently pray 'Thy king
dom come , ' for the saloon is opposed to
Christ's kingdom. " The speaker dwelt
at length upon and eloquently described
the work of the saloon , and -tho incon
sistency in a Christian man voting for
its continuance. "A vote for the saloon
is a vote against the church , the home
and native land ; against the fair fame
of our state , its morals , its prosperity
and its perpetuity. . . . The saloon
provides nothing useful ; no garment to
wear ; no food to cat ; no employment of
industry ; no books ; no article for the
homo ; no pillow for the aching head ;
no joy for the breaking heart. . . .
Shall wo transmit to our children a her
itage of distilleries , breweries and sa
loons , with liquor interests dominating
in business , in politics , in the state and
nation ? I answer , throttle it on Tues
day next. Give it the death stab. Lot
its heart's blood out on the street , as its
allies did that of the lamented and
bravo George C. Haddock at Sioux Cityt
The Christians of Iowa are on their
knees to-day. Can they ask God's bless
ing on the liquor trulHcV Can they
pray that the saloon may bo restored to
town'/ Nay , verily , they cannot. "
The speaker hero referred to the
sltions of the two political parties upon
the question , and quoted from their
platforms. Ho then said : "I should not
think it would take aehristian very long
to decide which way to vote in the prcs'
once of these two declarations. Wha1
does that clause meann : 'Opposed to ill.
sumptuary legislation'/ ' " The speaker
defined the word sumptuary and wild
no one wished legislation that would re
strict one in his expenses for apparel ,
food , furniture and the like , us applied
to prohibition was a senseless bugbear.
Nobody proposes any such limitations
on citizens. One party asks us to sub
stitute a license law for our present lav
and places the maximum license lit $ -500
Summarized , the proposition stand :
thus : Money vs character , money vs
property , money vs happiness , vs homo ,
hope , heaven , vs the salvation of the
soul , vs principle ; or thus , if you please :
The saloon vs a mother's prayers , vs a
mother's tears , a mother's hope ; the sa
loon vs the home , native land , against
God on the throne. What side will you
What a spectacle Council Bluffs pre
sents to-day. Law defied , men sworn
with the solemnity of an oath to guard
and uphold the sanctity of the law in
league with law-breakers. The open
saloon , in defiance of law , selling liq
uors in broad daylight and the otllcers
of the force powerless to prevent it. I
tell you what's the matter. The fathers
of Council Bluffs nro asleep ; eo are the
mothers. The rum power will bo out
en masse on Tuesday to intimidate and
buy men. Let every patriot , every
lover of his country , every person inter
ested in the name of our city and its fu
ture men and women bo out on Tues
day to aid and encourage men in their
struggle for a great and grand princi
ple , and may the Lord God thwart the
enemy of the homo and give victory to
the cause of the right , "
Rov. Mr. Smith , presiding older ,
preached in the evening to a large au
uienco. His sermon was nn able one.
Ono thousand head of ono , two and
three-year-old bteers ( or sale. Will give
credit to reliableparties. . Enquire of
A. J. Greonamayor , O S Mynster et. ,
Raising London layers , eighteen
cents per pound ut Troxell Bros.
A flro alarm -wa3 turned in from the
transfer about 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The department hastened to the
scene and found the center of the Union [
Pacific repair building in llnmes. The
railroad omployps had their hose laid
Bnd vrntcr on as the firemen took their
places and soon had the fire under con
trol without laying any of the city hose.
The fire originated in n box of oily
waste that is usually emptied every
night , but was overlooked Saturday
evening. The cause was undoubtedly
spontaneous combustion , as the benzine
and oil render it very combustible. The
lire was confined to the lamp room ,
where it started , BO the loss from that
MHlree was not extensive. Considera
ble damage was done by water ,
but the main loss was caused
by the heavy black smoke
from the burning oil and waste.
Every room in the building was com
pletely filled with it. and everything
was covered by it with a thick black
coat. One end of the building wa used
as a store room for Pullman sleeping car
furnishings , and over 8,000 pieces of
linen and GOO bed blankets received the
same inky coating. The total loss is
variously estimated at from $2,000 to
5.000 , but cannot bo exactly told , until
it is known whether or not the stains of
the smoke can bo removed from the
textile fabrics. A black stripe across
them would ruin them for their present
use , and aa the blankets cost $6.00 apiece
the loss on them alone would bo consid
erable. The company's lire equipment
prevented n much greater loss as the
situation is so remote from the center
of the city that considerable valuable
time must necessarily bo consumed by
the city department in getting there.
Hnrkncss Brothers will this week dis
play many desirable goods on their rem
E. II. Shonfo loans monov on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Ofllcc , 600 Broad way , cor
ner Mjiiin street , up stairs.
Pniitst I'nnlut t
Just received , a largo now , stock of
pants goods , on which special bargains
are now offered , at present reduced
prices. Pants made to order can be had
as cheap as ready made.
Roller , the Tailor ,
No. 310 Broadway.
The best sweeper on earth at Hark-
Don't "Want Itrlck Paving-
A short time ago the city council
granted \Vickham Bros , leave to put in
brick paving in front of their property
on Fourth street. The property owners
on the other side of the street imme
diately raised objections to it on the
ground that the brick paving would
soon bo full of holes and the travel
would all be on their side of the treet ,
thus wearing out their block paving
much faster and aiiojccting thorn to
extra expense. The dispute culminated
Saturday afternoon by un injunction
being obtained against them by John
Limit , temporarily forbidding the use
of the bricks.
Wickham Bros and the brickmakcrs
are very anxious for the bricks to bo
laid and the majority of the citizens
want to see n fair test of it. The use of
brick as a paving material would result
in the keeping at home of a great deal
of money that now goes to outsiders , as
the main expense of the work now
being done in thin line is for the ma
terial shipped in here from other sec
tions of the country. Much interest is
manifested as to the liiuil adjustment of
Every one making a cash purchase of
25 cents at T. D. King & Co's. cigar
store gets a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prucs.
Remnant sale this week at Ilarkness
The firm of Odell , Bros. & Co. , consti
tuted of E. H. Odcll , Ira Odell nndC. E.
Friedman , conducting a real estate and
loan business at No. 103 Pearl street ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa , is this day dis
solved by mutual consent , Ira Odell and
C. E. Friedman retiring. From this
date A. II. Comstock , of Omaha , is asso
ciated with E. H. Odell , under the firm
name of Odoll Bros. & Co. E. H. Odell ,
of the old firm , assumes all liabilities to
[ Signed , ] E. H. ODKI/L ,
I it A ODKLL ,
C. E. FltlKDMAK.
Council Bluffs , la. , Oct. 1st , 18S7.
1'nviiiK on Sunday.
It was a surprise to many yesterday to
see a largo force of men at
work laying the block pavement
on Fifth avenue between Fourth and
Main streets. There was an oven larger
crowd of lookers on than of workmen.
It is well known that Council Bluffs is
pushing improvements this season , but
It has generally been thought that
the rush was not so great but that all
the needful progress could be made by
working six days a week. The revela
tion that it was necessary for public
work to go on Sundays also was indeed
a surprise. The men said the purpose
was to get the job done by night.
Further than that there seemed no rea
son for the special haste. The incident
will form a tnemo for the pulpits , and
these batteries will doubtless be aimed
at the offenders at no late date.
THE OlllENTAIiIX NEW YG11K.
The Life of n Chinese AVoinsii of the
Nellie Ely , who recently feigned in
sanity so successfully in the metropolis
writes : So far as known there are
only fourteen Chinese women in Now
York city. Of course these nine are
married , ono is a widow , one an un
married girl , ono a nurse and two
anonyma. Although residents of the
United States , they obey to the very let
ter the strange system of law and cus
tom which obtains in the flowery king
dom , n system which strangly resembles
the treatment of the qnoon bee in an
apiary by her drones and workers. Five
of those little women celebrated
their marriage vows in China ,
two in San Francisco and two in Now
York. The moment she marries , the
mongolian damsel becomes the property
of her husband n little more so than
they do in America. Her spouse has
the i privilege , as all husbands the world I
over , to chide , scold and chastise her
for her faults , and they assort that in
cases of grave crime ho has the right to
kill her. In his punishment ho may
put her on what wo would call bread I
and water diet , keep her locked up in a
bed-room , closet or cellar , or beat her
with his hand or n bamboo rod. In this
respect the Chinese law is almost a fac
simile of the common law which pre
vailed In England and this country
until about 1803 , and which allowed the
husband to "correct" his wife "tho open
hand or a light rod , " but not with "tho
clenched fist nor n club. " Under this
custom the average almond-eyed woman
expects to be beaten with a regularity
proportional to her queued lord H affec
tion , and , like the wives of English
"nuvvics , " regards the omission of
corporal punishment as a sure evidence
I of the loss of his love.
I In New York the Chlnc&e famllv lives
in the same flat or building ai thalir
which the pator ftimilla.s does bushies1" .
To the wife is allofori ono , two or three
rooms uceording to lib wealth. From
these she pratieally noor stirs , lilt hoi *
her husband or servant does all the
marketing and shopping. Still \u > r o ,
she must not receive calls from the
other sex o.xceptiiig in rare eases when
the husband proents1 an intimate
friend. On such an occasion tlio visitor
bows repeatedly , shnkes Ills own hand
vigorously for a minute or two , titters
the usual utereotyped remarks about
the health of herself , family , cousin
and friends , aud departs without having
oneo looked at her nice.
Where is the American who would do
that ? She goes to no place of amuse
ment and never walks upon the street.
She reads but little , and that love
stories , love poems and religious books.
Hut she can generally cook. uen\o ,
crocket , embroider and "keop hou o > J
A dinner with MoKco , u leading im
porter and baker at No. 8 Mott street .or
with Fuong Hong Long , at No. fi , is an
event which wilfrbcar comparison with
a banquet at Dolmonleo's or tno HotT-
inun house. The wife will take a doz
en eggs , pierce them at either endblow
out tlio contents , rollll them with vari
colored and vari-llavored custards and
jellies , heal the apertures and then
when cooked , paint the shells until
they are a nightmare or dragons , Hy
ing grifllns and imi > ossiblo trees that
ook like men and men that look like
Itrees. She will open and bteam a Huh
until the skin can bo removed \\itliout
lobiug a scale and the bones without
breaking the flesh , ft is slutted with an
aromatic and pungent mass of meats
and spices. Then the skin is put bade
and the eyes and head toilohcd bo as to
bo half natural and half grotesque.
Most of her culinary genius is expended
onstowband made dishes. JTero Mio
uses every article known the Pnri-iau
chef and President Blackford of the
Ich theophagous club and a host of
food substances , spices and eodi-
mcnts for which there are no
names in any city of tlio European
languages. Her skill in weaving and
embroidering silk is equally great.
With a needle no finer than which her
Occidental sister uses she will construct
a dragon an inch long and a half inch
high , of which not only the teeth , o\es
and claws are perfect , but oven the
pupil , iris and cornea , , and the diller-
enco between the inciborsand canines
are clearly and natunilly defined. An
ulUir-clolh of dragons in the JOSH hou-o
at 202 Chatham square and a moving
bcrcen of peacocks at No. S Mott street ,
are good illustrations of this marvellous
workmanship , aud probably could not
bo duplicated anywhere in Christen
Lee Chick San Chong , a merchant at
20 Mott street , captured by my smiles ,
consented to introduce me to his wife
and her boudoir , , \\liich I supposed
would bo as interesting US the woman.
His store was in tlio" basement and bib
wife lived on the Ihvt Moor above. I fol
lowed my guide through a dirt v , nncar
peted hall to a door at the fnrtiio.it end.
lie rapped rather vigorously with his
UnueKles on tlie portal , which had
no outside knob or latch. After
a while it was unlocked on tbe
inside , ho pu-hed it open
and wo stood , on the in
side. Almost in tho. rear of flu :
room , with some sowing in her hand ,
blood the woman 1 had come to sue. She
smiled at her husband and looked at
me without fear or * urprise. but as u
babe looks at u now object hold before
iN eyes. Lee Chick San Chong hpoKo
to me in his peculiar language and then
turning to mo wiid : "My wife. " An
other moment and the little brown lin
gers covered with rings were Hasped in
my gloved hand and we were looking at
each other as only two women can.
What she saw is left to the imagination ,
but this is what 1 gazed upon with in
A little woman , not more than five
feet high , with the blackest of eyes ,
which were larger and more open than
the average Chinaman. She had the
typical Mongolian face with a comnlox-
tiou that , from the exclusion of sunlight ,
resembled bleached golden wax. Her
blue black hair was combed back with
out a part , dressed over the ears liljo an
oyster shell and down the back
of the head in u long oblong puff
Gold rings kept it all in place , but it
had the appearance of being souped to
make it smooth and stiff. The forehead
was extremely high and the eyebrows
had a habitually surprised curve. The
cheeks were round , dotted with charm
ing dimples , the nose a little inclined
to flatness but withal piquante , the
teeth exquisitely white _ and beuuti fully
shaped , and the lips either artificially
dyed or naturally a rich carmine.
With the air and look of childish inno
cence , Mrs. Sang Chong was not bad to
"la yourwifo .satisfied ? " I asked Leo
Chick. ' 'No , she is not. She is per
fectly happy in her homo lifo , having
no other desire , but she is childless , the
greatest affliction that can befall a
Chinese wifo. Leo Chick is also very
much disbatlblled at the rate bib family
refuses to increase. After trying un
successfully to adopt borne American
child , ho has decided to take his wife
back to China , and leave her there. lie
will then procure himself another. Ho
has already one wife in China and two
children , but she refuses to come t <
America. Lee Chick wantb an Ameri
can for number three , and ho made tlio
writer u proposal. He was told thai
men outbido of Utah were allowed bul
ono wife , and that if they were found U :
have ono in Brooklyn and another in
Harlem they would got into serious
trouble. "Two wives in one room ii
China no trouble , " was his reply. This
is inconceivable , but it is true. Wit !
all their addition in wives , divorce mil
infidelity are very rare. The wife most
appreciated is she who finds use for the
most personal names. Wo drank a
social cup of tea from china cups about
twice the size of a thimble , and aftei
wishing ono another a "Kung He Fu
Toi , " the equivalent of "I wish yoi
great prosperity , " the interview wab
over. It would so cm that women novel
wear the breeches in the Celestial empire
piro , but when 1 asked Leo Chick , ho
sighed and wild that there wore just ah
many hen-pocked husbands in the
Orient "allee same Amelika. "
A stomach in revolt is an obdurate
rebel. Corrected with Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters. ilsassonbiotiB with the
food introduced into it in unwary mo
ments of appetite ceases. Then it is at
peace. Then dyspepsia abandons its
grip. Then such fractious manifesta-
tions as heartburn , a sinking sensation
in the pit of the abdomen between
meals and unnatural fullness afterwards ,
flatulence , acid gulpings , biliousness ,
&e. , ceabo to inflict martyrdom. After
a course of the national tonic and al
terative , the liver and bowels , always
more or less disordered during a pro
longed attack of indigestion , resume
their functions and become regular.
Thus not only dyspepsia , but its con
comitants , constipation and biliousness ,
are conquered by the raodioino , which
remedies their fruitful cuuso , weakness
of the organs of digestion. The
epigastric nerve , CQllular tissue , in
short , every or un that bears a part in
the digestive proCvfses acquires , vigor
I and regularity from th' ) benign invtg-
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, QVJIiUIXZl , Express , No. 419 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
QTMQ Attorneys-at-Law , practice in the State
D11UD , ami Federal Courts. Office Rooms 7
and 8 , Shugart Beno Block , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
QTlfiPNfiTT Justice of the" Peace , 415 Broadway ,
, 0 , DlilllUUl , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or
business house in the city. Collections a specialty.
STKCIAf. aiUi'itl-i'iiii'iits , sucliat Io trminil ,
To I.ouu. I'mSuits To Hunt , Wuntx , Hoimlln ,
'tc.lllbo inserted In tills column at tin1 low
.iiteofTRN' riSM'S I'lJU LINK for tlietlmt In-
sfitlonuml n\u Touts PIT I.lnc for chbiibso- -
[ ( Hunt lust-itimi. I.t'iivo aihcTtlioiiienls at our
olliPi ) No. 1'J Pearl Stieet , neni Hio.ul .iy , C'otiu-
II Rliitls , lowu.
. \NTII : ) iw
\\nv _ lift\Vfc > M Oimirll
J1OK HKNT An rl lit loom house rcutiiillv
L ? located , lltiiiuho of W. T. Coif , oUl 1'cuil
FOR SAM ! A sotoml hand Knalin .
lilauo , nearly new ; c-ot JiVV ) , sell for
Address Q / 111 , lleootllce , Council lllulls.
TJ1OU SAI.n Or will tiniln for stock of cion r-
J. los , cholio Improved town land. Will | > nr
ortake ciisli for dllliTonmalim : ulxnit ftuuu. )
Addu'ss K. r. Sni'iiu-i1 , Hiimloliili. Iowa.
\I7"ANTii : > A iiuin and wile , without clitl-
dreii , to occupy ] > oitloii of house ami boutd
Kcntlenuin nml his wife. Addit-ss A J , lu-e ,
"IIIOU KENTHouse's and fuinlshed rooms. J.
.1 ? It. Davidson , ui'i Tilth avenuo.
mo KXCHANHE-for Council lllunrs or Omaha
-I- property , a retail Mock of boot1 * aud shoes ,
amount , tt.iW. Call ut More , No. MS llroailuay ,
or address It. .Maltin , Council IJlulfs , Iowa.
FOR 8AI.KSecondfound Columbia blcyi lo
very cheap. K-lnch , nt lice olUtu.
ONE hundred thousand dollars to loun on
real estate aud chattels by V. J. Day , U9
BUILDING lots and ncrc propcity for sale by
! ' . J. Day , iW Pearl Kt.
E1OK KENT A tlrioly ftunt-lifd fiout room ,
first lloor. In pilvato resiilvticu near cotirt
house. Water In loom , lighted aud heated.
I.urKO clo-ct. Kefereuresreijulred.lihi bll.
32 , Iteeofllre , Council lllufls.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
600 Hrooduay , Council nlulTs , Iowa. Established
Latest Novelties ,
In Amber , tor-
tohe shell , utc.
as Wfll as the
in luilr goods.
Made to older
Mrs. C. L. Gillette ,
2U Main Stieet , Council IJlUIH. Out of town
uoiksollcitcd , and all mail uulciM nioiujilty
LAMPS ! LAMPS ! !
Hull , Parlor , Kltrlicn , Store unil Office
Crockery , Glassware and Plated Ware ,
Large Assortment at Itottou Frli-ps.
W , S , HOMER & CO , ,
No.SI Main St. , Council llluffa , Iowa ,
0. H.HcDANELD & CO. ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KM and KZ Main Street.Councll IlluITs.Iown.
T | JJ" I
. . . . . wi i Of a
MlflTITI WIIUIUI , in.
t < i > i ! ik 4 Vl | ni ttriirh. * l rtJ *
urMttn unpfIIIDUTU MI oiiir tiu nerti CM I per *
m > ni7 ! curt IfpU/M m M . ) iiiBrklilJc.u mp
Thi indonEUolrloOo. ICiLi8ilfci . , Chlciai
WM. WELCH ,
Carriage and Express Line ,
OKF1CK 015 SOUTH MA1.ST. .
Tcli-jilioilP No. ( U.
All mils fioui District Tulcgni ] > U Olllco
pumiptly ntttiinlril to.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
llio.uluaj , Council ItluIlN Opp. Dummy Depot.
ni cs and mule * constantly on hand , for
Mtln Ht lelall or In car load loN.
Oidura piomptiy flllcd bj contract on short
Stock sold on commission.
Tcleplumu 114. SCIIMJTRll & mil.ET ,
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council lIlutTa.
Trotting - Stallions
FOR SALE CHEAP !
STANDAltD , UNUEll RULE C.
WADE GARY , - - Conncil Bluffs ,
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel in the City with Fire Es
cape. Electric Call Bolls.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable ,
MAX MOHN , Proprietor.
Ogden Boiler Works
CARTER & SON , Prop's.
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Orders by mall for repairs piomptiy attended
to. Satisfaction Kuurantfed. lOtli Avenue. Ad
dress Ogduu Iron Works. Council JJluffa , Iowa.
Vacant Lots , Lands , City Res
idences and Farms.
Acre I'ropcrty In western part of tno city. All
telling cheap ,
. R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent ,
Itooiu 6 , over Oinror .V - Hunk , Council
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
15H DOUOL4S STRIE ! * , - - OMAHA.
Silks , Velvets
FRENCH KID GLOVES
Just Opened at
1,000 pieces PLAIN , STBIPED
AND BROCADE I ) SILK VEL
VETS AND PLUSHES , which cost )
this season to import , prices ranging
from $1.25 to * 5 per yard. Will bp
offered during tins week ntthe 8il $
counter of the ' '
great People's Storo'
aUOc , C5c,75c , 1 , $1.251.50 , , $1.7d
and $2 per yard.
No Indy wearing velvets can nHi.nl
to let these goods puss. If she hni
already bought , let her look at tlieso
and compare her bill from high ,
priced houses with ours , and see ho\V
much she is out to profit by it here
At Our Kid Glove Counte ?
Find one solid clearing out purchasd
o 300 doxeii Indies' 4-button Tan
French Kid Gloves , embroidered
backs. Cost to import $1 a pair. Wq
will sell them this week at 50c a pairj
just one-half cost of importation.
OUR ENTIRE STORE
Is loaded with fresh , new goods. Lasb
week's grand clearing out purchases
and all at about half the price otliej
houses ask for the same kind oa
Dress Patterns ,
COMBINATIONMONDAY , 125'
full dress pattern of best quality ,
plain .French fabrics , with Hush anu |
Velvet Combination , costing to im .
port from $1 o to 832. We shall close ]
them at $6.50 , $7.50 , $10 , $12.50 ; $ lffi
iiiid $20 each.
The goods caimot be duplicated ii *
costumes , as elegant and tasteful atf
nearly double these prices. The
goods were received in our house front
the importer Friday last , and hava.
not yet been shown. We advise nA"
early call , as at these prices tlie asj
sortment must BOOH be broken.
Also call attention to our sale of
35-Cent Dress Goods ,
To-morrow and succeeding days wo
shall offer 200 PIECKS 40 TO 4 Ji
INCH WOOL DRESS GOODS , in ;
superior weight , texture and colorsy
that are worth double the price iibkcdv
ALSO AT 48 CENTS.
250 pieces Tricots and Scotch Plaid
Purchases in Cloaks
Our buyers have just returned froni
their second purchasing tour this sea
sonand , we will open the coming weoU
many novelties never before shown ill
the city. Intending purchasers wilj
do well to look at thu handsome liu
of new shape.
Raglans and Ulsters
We are showing in stripes and
checks , all new patterns. They are
positively the richest garments cvep
exhibited here at moderate prices.
NVe are continuing our great said
of PLUSH WRAPri AND SACKS.
CHILDREN'S CLOAKS at hnlfi
price. We have just purchased a
large line of Children's Cloaks at less
than half price , which vyo will opoi
on Monday morning. Sonus of th6
best styles produced this bCJLson , and
all sixes , from 2 to 12 years.
The enormous business we ar6
doing well justifies us in asserting
that wo have the hansomest line and
lowest prices in tlie city. You will
have money by calling in to see ujj
before purchasing a garment.
Great Blanket and Comforter Sale
During this week ut one-half ! oj
Our DOMESTIC DEPA RTMENT
will bo alive with special bargain ?
during this week's sale.
Always call at
Council Bluffs , - -
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