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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEHfc JTIUDAT , DECEMBER 2 , 1887 ;
THE DAILY BEE.
OPl'ICK NO. 12 , PKAIlfj
DF Delivered by carrier In nny pnrt of the city at
I\H uty ceuti ji \\tvli. .
I 11 , W Tll.Tov. Mnnnger.
Ilt'MNF. ' < ! ! Orru K , No. 4J.
NKIIIT KniToii No.21.
N. V. Plumbing Co.
Roller , tailor , Full goods cheap.
Sec Chapman's pictures for Christmas1.
The Urondway connection of the Pa-
cille houhe sewer was completed yester
M. Drohlieh has purchased the stock
of goods of 1. Gilllnski , No. 538 Broad
way , nml has taken possession.
A marriage license was yesterday
issued to Hugh W. Whlteli , of this
county , and Clara Conboy , of Omaha.
( JeorgoV. . Schindelo Is still handing
out cigars in honor of his Thanksgiving
present. Jt is a girl , and Ocorgo is
Yesterday afternoon the ctist room of
the Creston hou'-o block was inundated
by the bursting of u water cook. No se-
rloiw damage bojoud the filling of the
The Tim Koley farm near Mindcn was
sold to Horace Everett last Friday for
$10,000 cash. This is one of the largest
hales of real estate here this season mid
made at a low llgure.
W. W. Chapman has recently pur
chased three loton BlulT street , near
the residence of Mrs. John Stewart , and
ho will begin the erection of a line resi
dence as soon as spring opens.
Eighteen warranty deeds were filed
yesterday in the recorder'solllee for lots
In Benson's llr.it addition to Council
BlulTs. About forty lots were sold ,
nearly all them being to Illinois parties.
Justice Burnett solomni/.ed a mar
riage jcsterdny. The contracting
parties were Mr. Hugh Whitell and
Miss Clnra ( 'onboy. The groom is a res
ident of thib county tiiid the bride of
( Evidently a mistake was made when
the street oo-sings were put at the
leve of the streets. Why not raise the
crossings hutllciently to allow the mud
tollow _ on" , or when cleaned to remain
so ? The suggestion is worthy of con
It will require but little more pleasant
weather to complete the exterior of the
Gorman Catholic church , as the spire is
already slated to within ten feet of the
top , and the cross is waiting to bo raised
to its lo ty resting place.
The water works pumping station is
now on the lire alarm circuit , and when
ever on alarm is turned in the extra
pressure of the pumps will bo immedi
ately to the regular pressure of the
mains. This avoids the loss of any
time in the use of the telephone.
The .sidewalk's on Glen avenue arc in
bad shape. To lie sure they are not yet
all completed , but those that are
finished are bo lilled with the debris
left by the pavers that the center of the
street is preferable to the pedestrian.
A few hours' work \\ould remedy the
The boilers were being placed in
position at the government building
yesterday. Two will be required for
heating purposes and one to run the
electric light dynamo. The building is
to bo lighted by electricity , although it
is fully supplied with ga.s iixtureswhich
could be used in ease of any accident to
the electric machinery.
Married , at the residence of the
bride's parents. No. 12i.5 ) Vaughn ave
nue , on Wednesday afternoon , Mr.
George Maxwell nml Mibs Elba Hurd.
The ceremony , from the ritual of the
AloihodUt church , was very impressive ,
and was conducted by Rev. W. II. W.
Ileus , pastor of ttio Methodist church.
'The elegant repast was greatly enjoyed
by the company present.
Jacob Ncumoyer is planning for the
erection of a four-story hotel. His
present house , with the one adjoining
on the south , occupies fifty-seven feet
front. This will bo the width of the
new building. .Should ho conclude to
build , which is more than probable , ho
will begin as soon as the weather will
permit in the spring. His plans are al
ready prepared , and the prospects of
another hotel in the immediate future
During the past twenty-four hours
there has been quito an exodus of the
"fair but frail , " indeed it has amounted
to a general stampede. Since yesterday
morning each out-going train has taken
its quota. The cause of this fright was
the rumor , which is well grounded , that
every house of ill-fame and their in
mates , FO far as their names could bo
learnedhad been indicted by the grand
jury. If this jury shall succeed in clos
ing u ] ) these disreputable houses and
the gambling hells of the city its record
will stand as a monument to their hon
esty in executing tlio will of the people.
The most acceptable Christmas pres
ent the mayor can mnko to the citizens
of Council BlulTs would bo to provide
for the swooping of the street crossings.
One man with a stitT broom could keep
the crossings in the business part of the
city in a passable condition. The Blull-
ite.s nro not disposed to Bo too particular
in this respect , but they demand that
ho shall either do this or provide buita-
ble ferry boats to take them across the
stream of mud and slush known as
Broadway. The present state of alTairs
is a monumental disgrace to this other
wise beautifucity. \ .
If you wish to buy a lot cheap go to
Johnston & Van Potter , 33 Main bt.
For best quality coal and wood , call
on Glcasou , 20 Pearl street.
The Police Court.
' Business in the police court Was rather
C. J. Brybon was lined $8.10 for a
Al Warner and Ed Miller were charged
with vagrancy and put under $100 bonds
to appear this morning. Miller secured
the necessary sum , but Warner is await
ing trial in jail.
Peter Nelson pleaded not guilty to the
charge of intoxication , and was released
in the afternoon.
The ease of A. J. Crittcndon for fast
riding on Broadway was called , but ho
hail gone to Little Sioux in answer to a
telegram , and the case was continued
until his return.
Johnllnuks was charged with disturb
ing the peace , but was released on pay
ment of costs.
"Wudsworth , Etnyre & Co. loan monoj
" Too Much Dirt.
Mr. Beobe yesterday entered a com
plaint agalut Wickham Bros , for ob
structing Pierce street so as to render I1
impassublo. Wickham Bros , are put
ting down a sidewalk , and Have thrown
out a largo pile of dirt into the street ,
nml Mr. Beobo iitbi&ts on its immediate
removal , as it is liable to freo/o , and
then all the Pierce street travel would
bo compelled tp make a circuitous route
nil winter. Thoy. agreed to remove the
dirt fcom'o time ago , but have failed ' tc
4oit. . , - : .
THE NEWS OF COUNCIL BLUFFS
A Brilliant Social Event In the Form
of a German ,
WHO OWNS FAIRMOUNT PARK ?
Prospects of the CUy'w Title Contested
IloliiRH In tlio Courts A Jewel *
lor'n KinltnrnsKiiiriit It nil *
An Klrgant Gorrnnn.
Last evening there occurred one of
the most elegant nml enjoyable events
yet chronicled in the social history of
Council Bluffs. It was agcrman given
by Miss Loomis and Miss Rockwell , two
of the most popular find accomplished
young ladies in the city. Miss Loomis
has become a great favorite in social
circles , and to Miss Hock well last even
ing's gorman proved an auspiclouHilobut.
The alTalr was truly an elegant one , and
a more brilliant assemblage never
graced the R. A. parlors. The arrange
ments in all their details wcro planned
with Mich good taste and carried out so
gracefully as to render the evening a
delightful ono to every participant.
The parlot'H were festooned with Beacon
greetings , and adorned with llower.sand
plants. The party opened with a short
programme more' especially arruu 'Jil
lor thu guests who did not join in the gor
man , which was the chief feature of the
enjoyment. The leaders of the germau
were Mr. W. F. Hupp , Jr. . Mi-s Loomis ,
Mr. Charles Unas , Miss Rockwell , Mr.
E. W. Hart , Miss Haas , Mr. Fred
Loomis and Miss Ilolcomb. The ladies
were dressed very tastily and attract
ively , Miss Loomis wearing pale blue
moire , with lace ; Miss Rockwell , pink
faille and lace ; Miss Unas , blue satin
and moire ; Miss Ilolcomb , pink silk and
Tlio favors \verO decorated in pink
and blue , the colors of the leaders' cos
tumes. The first was a flower favor ;
bccond , handkerchief chase ; third , Jap
anese paper knives and fans ; fourth ,
basket figure ; fifth , mandolins and violins
lins ; sixth , lishing llgure ; seventhbon-
boiinicros , drums and baskets ; eighth ,
pyramid figure ; ninth , souvenir favor ,
spinning wheels and chairs , concluding
with two lines figure.
Among those who joined happily in the
Gorman were : Mr. Balwin anil Miss
Knepper , Mr. Wool nnd Miss JonesMr.
Mclutosh and Miss Ollicer , Mr. Snop-
pard and Miss 1'hillips , Mr. Badolotund
Miss Saokott. Mr. Blanchard and Miss
Bobbingtou , Mr. Stewart and Miss G.
Guitar , of Columbia , Mo. , Mr. Macrae
Miss Iliukcl , of Goshen , Ind. , Mr. IIol-
romb and Miss Hatcher , Mr.
I'axton and Miss Rice , Mr.
McDowell , and Mihs Farusworth ,
Mr. Mulmrose and Miss Stevens , Mr. E.
Bowman and Miss Badolst , Mr. Miller
and Miss Ross , Mr. Ptiscy Mr. Bow
man , MY. J. Bawman and "Miss Brown ,
Mr. Stillman and Miss Baldwin. Mr.
Wooddury and Miss Ryan , Mr. Sher
man and Miss Morklo , 'Mr. Seybort and
MUs Wies. Mr. Reed , of Omaha , and
Mif > s M. Guitar , of Columbia , Nob. , Mr.
Gould , of Omaha , and Miss Nutt , of
Boston ; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Evans , Mr.
and Mrs. Bridges , of Kansas City , Mr.
Brown and Miss Belle Hatcher.
Among the other guests were the fol
Hcv. and Mrs. Maekay , Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Stewart , Dr. and Mrs. Hanchctt ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell , Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Stewart , Mr. and Mrs. Van Brunt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jackson , Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Rico , Mr. and Mrs. John N.
Baldwin , Mr. tuid Mrs. Horace Eyerc'tt ,
Mr. Leonard Everett , Mr. and Mrs.
Waddell , Kansas City ; Mr. and" Mrs.
Hill , Mr. and Mrs. Conoycr ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chnmp , Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Brown , Mrs. Ryan ,
Mr. and Lefforts ; Mr. and Mrs. Burns ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cory , Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Conncll , Mr. and Mrs. Gault ; Mr. and
Mrs. Furnsworth , Mr. and Mrs. Elwcll ,
Mrs. McDowell , Mr. nnd Mrs. Williams ,
Mr. and Mrs. James , Mr. and Mrs.
Wood , Mr. and Mrs. Tyler. Mr. and
Mrs. I. A. Miller , Mr. and Mrs. Han
cock , Mr. and Mrs. French , Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Smith , Mr. and Mrs.
Birkinbino , Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Brown ,
Mr. and Mrs. Haas , Mr. and Mrs. Sapp ,
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Treynor , Mr. and
Mrs. Betllngton , Mr. and Mrs. Kimball ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sholos , Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman , Mr. and Mrs. T. Metealf , Mr.
nnd Mrs. Geo. Thompson , Mr. and Mrs.
Ilolcomb , Mr. and Mrs. Edmundson ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fuller , Mr. and Mrs.
Saunders , Dr. and Mrs. _ Conner of
Onuiha ; Mr. Bishop , Miss Cobb , Miss
Abright. Mr. and Airs. Odoll , Mr. and
Mrs. O'Keolino , Mr. and Mrs. II. Evans ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bridges , Kansas City ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence , Mrs. Oblingcr ,
Miss Robinson , Mrs. MeConnell , Mr.
Popplototi , of Omaha ; Miss Hiibkell , of
Atchinson , Nob.
Don't l''rei > 7.e Up !
Wo are bound to eloso out our largo
line overcoatings. Will make them up
at greatly reduced figures.
This is the oportunity of a lifetime.
A. RKITKII ,
Every ono making n cash p urchasc o
2-5 cents at T. D. King & Co.'s cigar
store gets a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prizes.
The Title to the PnrK.
There are pretty sure indications that
a suit will commence not far in the future -
turo to contest the city's title to the
eighty acres which constitute what is
known as Fail-mount park. AVout eight
years ago this tract rough and covered
with dense brush , was considered
practically worthless. It has long been
platted as Williams' second addition ,
but those who owned lots , at least most
of them , had allowed the land to go for
taxes , and really abandoned their rights.
It did seem to the casual observer that
the tract would never be of any account ,
but some of the citizens who were
wiser , saw into the future , and realized
that this would in time become ouo of
the most picturesque parks in the coun
try. Tlio city council was induced to
secure the land by condemnation pro
ceedings. Tlio cost was a little over
81,200 , and there were stops being taken
to got an injunction to restrain the city
from paying out the money , there being
numerous citizens who 'thought it a
fccheme by which the city would throw
away money for nothing. Those who
wonted the-plan through , however , are
now justified , Tlio city is making of it
a park which is fast winning a national
reputation. It is the flue&tmiturnl park
in the west , and by the. recent improve
ments made by the park commissioners
ib fabt becoming a most attractive ro-
fcQVt. It is now the pride of the city ,
and ia uho\Vn to every stranger as ono of
the great attractions of the city.
There have boon some rumors afloat
that an attack was to be made upon the
city's rights to this park , and now
comes an apparent confirmation to such
reports by the recording of n deed by
which E. S. Williams transfers to C.
Haldcno'1 all the tract. Whati/iuohn /
contest hi courts , u& is 'noyr' looked' 'for ' ;
'will end it can only bo conjectured , but
It will In any oVoit ) cause much trouble
nnd an outlay of funds which need to
be devoted to the improvement of the
park. The park cominlsslonors'wlll not
go to sleep nnd let the rights of the city
Buffer. The well known character , estab
lished by a long residence hero , is sulll-
clent assurance that they will make a
noble defense , if such ad attack isinadc.
The park which eight years ago was
considered BO worthless that citizens
protested against it being taken at even
81,200 is now of great value. Its front
age nlono is worth $ oOKX ( ) nt least. Tlio
question of title is , therefore , by no
means n trifling ono. The citizens ftow
take so much pride in Fairmont park
that there will bo much righteous indig
nation against any ono oven claiming to
have a right to it' , and still more should
it turn out that mieh claim had no real
equity at its foundation. The suits
have not been commenced , but notices
are expected daily.
Yon Want Tlinin.
Domestic patterns and patterns for
stamping ami embroidery. Latest styles
and liHcst designs. "Domestic" olllco ,
105 Main street.
Money to loan. Cooper & Jmlson.
Yesterday afternoon the jewelry house
of C. Voss , -115 Broadway , was closed ,
and an olllccr had possession. Inquiry
revealed the following facts : In May
hist a chattel mortgage was given on
the stock and upiwrtijEiiuccs in favor of
L. M. Crafts to secure the loan of $100
Yesterday Crafts attempted to forcclobo ,
when John Limit , Esq. , representing
the owner ot the block in which the
store is located , took possession of the
store on a landlord's lien for $170 rent
duo. Other creditors , holding small
claims against the concern , appeared to
secure themselves against loss. Tlio
total indebtedness represented is about
$700. Tlio value of tlio stock is placed
at from $1,000 to $1.200.
At u late hour otlorts were being made
to adjust the ditlieuHy , that Mr. Voss
may continue in business. From the
business of coming holiday * it is hoped
to bo able to bridge over the present
stress , in which hope the public will
Ono thousand head of one. two and
three-year-old steers for bale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire o
A. J. Greenamayer , 023 Myiibter bt.
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
Auditor Cadwallader of the "Q" is ex
pected in the city this morning to check
up the tickets in the company's Broad
way olllee , and ascertain the loss , if any ,
by Monday's robbery. Auditor Barrett
has already cheeked up the Kansas
City tickets , and found none misbing.
General Agent Marshall was at first dis
posed to mourn the loss of his overcoat ,
but now congratulates himself on his
good luck , as the thief overlooked one
that was worth twice as much us the ono
taken , and he will still bo sheltered
from the wintry blasts. The ollico has
been turned upside down for the past
few davs , us decided improvements nro
being made , but they will bo completed
by the last of the week , and it will then
be one of the finest ollices in the city.
This company will put on their no"w
train Sunday morning , leaving the
transfer at 0/iO : and the loi-al depot at
7 o'clock. This will put the BKI : in the
hands of its eastern readers about two
hours earlier than at present. This com
pany is over wide awake , and realizes
that by bcnelitting the public it benefits
itself. Tlio new train is not expected to
pay very well at the start , but the man
agement believes that it will bo appre
ciated by the traveling public , and will
eventually receive a heavy patronage.
Insure with Wadsworth , Etnyro & Co.
Taken up , nn cstrny mare ; bay , with
white hind foot , scar on forehead , long
mane and tail ; has fenddlo marks. Ani
mal in good order. Owner must prove
property nnd pay charges of keeping
ind notice. S. SUIT ,
Oth nvenuo , Burns' addition.
The court was occupied yesterday
with hearing the arguments on the ap
plication for removal of the case of
Overtoil vs Gciso from this to the federal
court. Geibo was enjoined for selling
beorj\t \ his brewery. His defense in
volves the constitutional point of con
fiscating property without remunera
tion , and the ground is taken that as
this point is involved the federal court
is its proper case for hearing. Stone &
Sims appear for the plaintiff. Wright ,
Baldwin & Hal.lano for the defense. A
decision was not given at the time of
The next case , which will probably
come up to-day for trial , is that of the
state agiiinbt Dan Currigg for contempt
in not obeying the injunction of the
court. It is not expected that the case
will be hotly contested by the defense.
A special meeting of Excelsior lodge
No.2.r ) ( ) , A. F. and A. M. , fu * the pur
pose of attending the funeral of Bro. S.
A. Andort-on , will be held to-day ( Fri
day ) at 1:30 : p. in. , sharp. All master
Masons in good standing invited to at
tend. By order of W. M.
Personnl VuraKi"i pit
B. Auorliach , special agent of the
Now York Fire insurance company , is
in the city.
K. M. Stedman , of DCS Moincs , and
Frank George , of Milwaukee , were at
the Ogden yesterday.
Ancil B. Ball , of Tecunisoh , Neb. , and
Charles Crow , of Lincoln , were at the
F. II. Orcuttof the Council Bluffs
Carpet company , arrived homo yester
day , after several months work upon
Mr. S. S. Stevens , accompanied'by his
daughter , Miss Neally , arrived from
Chicago yesterday morning. They are
at the Ogdon.
Mrs. S. J. Swnnson is spending two
or throe weeks visiting relatives at
Crcbton , at which place her husband
was atonotimo engaged in the drug
' C. G. Furgnson , of Creston , is in the
city looking for a location for the estab
lishment of an agricultural implement
house. The prospects of his coining
hero are good.
J. 1) . Garrison , Logan , Tho3. McFar-
Ion , Mondamin , J. D. Hawkins , Onawa ,
F. Harkor , Waterloo , and Ed. McComb ,
Dos Moines , wore among yesterday's
arrivals at the Pacific house ,
Mrs. S , B. Wadsworth will arrive in
the city to-day to rejoin her husband.
Tholr homo ts at the corner of Oakland
nvenuo and Avenue G , which Mr.Wads-
worth has prepared for the reception of
his wife during their temiwrnry separa
The following merchants wore in the
Bluffs yesterday laying in their goods
for the holiduva ; ' J. H. CroWdeiMls -
eourPVolloyi 'L. 11 : Webb , Fullerton ,
Neb. ; . . . ' .Hurry ' HJgluy , ' .Blair ; , Neb. ;
Thomas MeFnrJuin , Mondamin , la. ; R
J. Swonning. Panama , In. : George
Bool , South Auburn , Neb. They pur-
chasL'd their toys' , etc. , of the Mueller
Mimic Co. _ , _ .
George E. Cole , Pacific Junction :
Charles W. Baot/.ncr , Burlington , ana
Jacob Hyers , DCS Molnes , were the
lownns registered at the Bcchtolo yes
E. II. Shcnfe loans money on chattel
security of every'descriptlon. Private
consulting rooms. All wixiness strictly
confidential. Office 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street''up-8tiiirs.
" " * ' ' '
It is suggested by some of the mer
chants near the corner of Broadway and
Fourth street that a railing should sur
round the electric tower at that place.
Tlio points of nd vantage are obvious and
tlio suggestion should bo acted upon.
For an elegant birthday giftor Christ
mas present , a Domestic sewing machine
leads them all.
In excavating for an addition to a
prison in Salt Luke City recently five
underground cells were found , each 2 }
feet wide , 0 feet' long and ! 5 foot high ,
witli walls 2 feet thick , covered with
hard plaster cement. The doors were
gone , but parts of the hinges remained.
There arc believed to bo many more of
tlio cells at the same place. They are
supposed to have been reached , when in
use. by subterranean paths. V.'llmiier
their doors vc-e ; grated or solid is not
Sl'nriAL advertisements , such BH LostFound ,
To Komi , For SaleTo Itcnt , Wants , llo.irdliiK ,
etc. , will bo Inserted In tliiM roluinn at the low
rntenfTKNM'HNTS I'KIl UNI ? for the Ill-it In-
station nnd rivi Cents 1'cr l.lno for each subse
quent Insertion. Leave adveitl ements at our
olllco No. 1l'earl Struct , near Hro.idway , Coun
cil Illulls , Iowa.
TjlOH SAIjII A lartfu hard coal stove , helf-
-U feeder , cheap , In \ wmcondition. \ . Apply
to lloGolllce , Council Hindi.
FOR HUNT Vaims Thu land heretofore
known us Tim 1'oley's , near Mlnden , for thu
.season of 1SS8. in traits of W ) , lUOoriMOuriui.
All cliolco lands ami well Implored. Horace
TjlOH SAM' OK i'.XCIIANnn Kqulty of \ > , '
K shales In .lelliles .syndicate. Imjulru of
( Moll llroi. Jc Co.
\YTANTIU ) All klnus of sewlliK innchlnes to
T T repair. Work promptly and honestly done.
Charges reasonable. Domestic olllco 10o Main st
FOIl HA I.n Very cheap for cash , or would
exchange for Council llluirs or Omaha piop-
erty , aietalstock of boots and shoes valued ut
about tt.ixm. Pall at Mtore , No. NJ8 Ilroadway , or
address It. Martin , sumo number , Council
fTIOK KKNT-Honses In all part of the city by
J Johnston & Van Fatten , tfl Main bt.
TJIOU ItKNT Houses and furnished looms. J.
-C 11. Unridbon.CSiiKifth . avenue.
TjlOH SAM ! 3enoiiMinn < l Columbia bicycle
K very cheap , fcMnch , at lleo olllee.
hundred thousand dollars to loan on
ONE estate and chattels by F. J. Day , yj
lots and acre pioperty for sale by
BUIIiDINd , o"J I'earl at.
IjlOll KENT A finely furnished front room ,
-I lltst tloor. In private residence near court
hoti e. Water In room , lighted ami heated.
'I.arte closet. Keferencesreiiulred. Address II.
U' , lice olllee , Council llliitl.i.
RARE CHANGE ! MUST BE SOLD !
Thu desirable residence or business
known as tlio I'owpis I'lace , on Upper ; Jliuna
way opposite the M. II. tlmrch , will positively
bo old within the next thlity dnjs. Teuns :
One-third cash , balance In ono iinU two years.
Address bills tu
tuGEORGE R. BEARD.
Omaha , Neb. , 1317 and 131U Douglas St.
$2. AN ELEGANT $2.
FOR TWO DOLLARS.
To each purchaser of f 2.00 worth of
goods we give n ticket which en
titles the holder to one clmnce on
nn Elegant Gold Watch worth $90.
Wo carry a nice line of goods , in the
latest styles , embracing Mep's and
Boy's clothing , hats and caps , boots
and shoes , glovesmittens , etc. , which
we will sell you at One-half the Price
asked you by other dealers and give
you a chance on the watch besides.
Come and examine our goods and prices
before purchasing. Komombcr the
place , 54C and 648 Broadway.
Latest Novelties ,
In Amber , tor
toise uliell , etc.
as well ai the
in luilr goods.
Made to older
C. L. Gillette
Mrs. . . ,
! SI Main Street , Council lllntTs. OiitnMmvu
woik solicited , and all mall orders pioinplty
Trotting- ; Stallions
FOR SALE CHEAP !
STAND.VUD.t UNDKIl HULK 0.
WADE GARY , Council Bluffs ,
FOR GOOD MATERIAL
JOO 1O (
SPECIAL SALE !
OF CLOAKS , LADIES' UNDERWEAR COM
FORTS , BLANKETS , ETC. ,
MONDAY , NOVEMBER 28TH.
We shall offer a large stock of Cloiks ; and Ladies' "Wraps , and
Ladies' Underwear at about HALF their value. You
will get your gift in the value of your yurohnse
and without the uncertainty of chance.
This sole is to clean out this part of our stock , as we must
have the room for other goods.
$20.00 Cloaks at $10.00 $15.00 Cloaks at $7.50
$17.00 $ Cloaks at $8.50 $ $12.00 $ Cloaks at $6.00 $
$10.00 CLOAKS AT $5.00.
PRICES CUT IN HALF.
THIT IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVF BEEN
REMEMBER THE PLAGE ,
HARKNESS BROS. ,
401 Broadway. '
Ogden Boiler Works
CARTER & SON , Prop's.
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Orders liy mall for repairs promptly attended
to. Satisfaction KimrantiTd. loth AM'imo. Ail-
ilicss Ogtlvn lion Works , Council lllulls , Io\\a.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
iOUllroodway Council Ilium , Iowa , llstabltslicd
D. H. McDANElO & CO , ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KM and KJ3 Main Street.ConncIl lllurta.Iowa.
Wo nro now prepared for the
HOLIDAY TRADE !
Our immense buililiiiKs are packed full of
BEAUTIFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS
In our line , nml nt prices that will defy com
petition. Wo Kunratiteu our goods to bo Just
us wo represent them. 1'k'iusu ivo us u call
whether you wish to buy or not , and brlni ;
your friends with you. It Is no trouble to
bhow our goods. Kcspcetfully ,
C. A. BEEBE & CO.
IF YOU GO TO MISSOURI VALLEY
STOP AT THE
St , ELMO HOTEL !
Sample Rooms Attached.
W. B.IK WIN , I'ropw
WM. WELCH ,
Carriage and Express Line ,
SOUTH MAIN ST.
Teh-phono No. It ) .
All calls from District Telegraph Offlro
promptly attended to.
PAINLESS ALCOHOL/ ,
OPIUM AND MORPHINE CURE !
Thu Alcohol , Morphine and Opium hiiblt Ab
solutely CiuiMl without iiiterferlnK with Uiu
patient's dally avocation , ( 'orrespond \ \ Ith or
cull on DR. F. P. BELLINGER.
CM Ilroadway. Council liluffa , la.
All correspondence eoulldentlal.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
llroudwuy , Council IlliilTK , Upp. Dummy Depot.
Horses and mnlcs constantly on hand , for
suli ) at retail or In ear loud lots.
Orders promptly tilled by contract on short
Slock sold on commission.
Telephone lit. SUIII.UTKH A IIOMIV.
Opposltu Dummy Depot. Council Hluirs.
GRESTON HOUSE ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Es
cape. Eloctrlc Call BollH.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable ,
MAX MOHN , Proprietor.
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
MM DOUGLAS STREET , - - . ' - OMAHA.
100 GRAND FREE GIFTS
Worth $2OOO to bo Given Away fojf
Henry Elsoivmnn & OO.'B Pooplo'a
Store , 31-1,31G , 310 untl 32O
Brondwny , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
READ , READ , READ , READ.
AVItli Kvory Two Dollars' Worth of
( lOodn I'urcliusod You Will Hrucivo
n Cotiio'u ] Ticket Good For OHO
Chance lit tlio KollmvliiK
Grand 1'rcseiitn to Ito
Given Awny My UH on
Monday , January
lOth , 1HHH.
Kvory $2 ptirohnso receives one ticket
nml every additional $1 ! ' t' ' o tainidl
Hold vour ticket * v.r.tli tKo above mon-
tioiietl ! ; . , , whoii thu lucky numbers
will bo atuioiinccd and the lioldors in
vited to call for their presents.
Keineiuber you will nave to pay noth
ing extra on your purchases. Wo
puaranteo to s-ell you goodn cheaper
than you can buy at any other housein
the woM , and pivo you tlio lnri > Htllnest
and best stock west of Chicago to bolcct
OALTj AND 13K CONVINCED !
All mail orders receive prompt atten
tion and tickets for the free guts for-
wurded with the orders tlie muno as if
you were hero in per.-on. '
These distributions will bo inndo with
every fairness , and cu > ittiiuors may del -
l > ejiil on the lucky numbers receiving
No tickets will be given to employes
of our house , customers only receiving
the benelit of the JUT/OS.
i.i r OK ruiKis. :
No. of prize.
1 One elegant parlor Bet consisting
of sofa , divan and1 largo CIIHV chairs ,
pm-eliar-ed from S. S. Keller of this city.
- One elegant cherry bed room so't.
consisting of bedstead , dresser and
wash stand. Have largo bevell Froncli
plate mirrors. I'mvliubuil from C. A.
JJeebo & Co. , city.
It One elegant silver tea sot , consist
ing of extra largo and very heavy
waiter , colTee pot , tea pot. sugar bowl ,
creamer and spoon holder. Must bo
seen to bo fully appreciated. Bought
from C' . H. .Incqucmiu & Co. , city.
j One very handsome water s'oteom-
prising pitcher stand goblets and wash
bowl of the very largest design. An
elegant piece of goods. Purehiibod from
Robinson llrot. , city.
5 Decorated China dinner sot of 180
pieces. Purchased from W. A. Mauror ,
0 Elegant decorated China tea hot of
. 7 Very handsome blue satin water
set , consisting of ( tumblers , 1 pitcher
and one hammered brastray. .
8 One Venetian water set. comprising
0 tumblers , 1 pitcher and 1 elegant brass
! ) Lustre amber water set , compris.
ing ( ! tumblers , 1 pitcher and 1 elegant
10 One ruby water set , consisting of
fl tumblers. 1 pitcher and 1 brass tray.
11 liOyds ; best black CJuinott silk the
best silks made.
112 1 pair Japanese portion ; .
l.'i 1 gentleman's smoking jacket.
14 1 very elegant Paisley shawl.
15 1 set beaver furs.
1(5 ( 1 gentleman's dress suit.
17 1 gent's fur beaver overcoat.
18 1 boy's or youth's suit.
1 ! ) 1 boy's or youth's overcoat.
0 1 pair sealskin gloves.
121 1 pair California white blankets.
2'2 l combination nobility dress pat
tern , worth $50.
Ii3 1 Misses cloak.
21 1 picco Loncsdalo muslin.
25 1 pair men's boots oe shoes.
iili 1 O. P. cprsot any size.
27 1 pair Misses shoes.
28 1 Dr. Warner's corset.
21) ) 1 very fine Marseilles bed spread'
33 1 snshinero dress.
31 1 sot furs.
3-1) 1 line largo doll.
. ' ! ( > ! autogra'ph album.
37 } ilo/.en ladies' line wool fast black
38 i dozen Misses line wool fast black
30 1 gingham dress pattern.
10 L do/.on gentsliuon handkerchiefs.
41 1 do/.on ladieslinen handkerchiefs ,
42 (5 ( linen table cloths.
43 1 do/on linen napkins.
44 1 do/.on tine linen towels.
4o 1 fancy stand cover.
40 1 table cover.
47 1 Marsailles quilt.
48 1 line largo doll.
40 1 large album.
50 1 toboggan cap.
51 1 child's hood.
52 1 piece "fruit of loom" muslin.
53 1 fancy stand cover.
54 1 pair elegant Japanese portienv
oVi 1 album. *
50 1 large doll.
57 1 autograph album.
58 1 seal bkin hand bag.
5 ! ) 1 toilet sot.
CO 1 Long pocket book.
01 1 line bilk mulllor.
02 1 shopping bag.
03 1 elegant lace handkerchief.
04 1 large bottle line perfume.
05 1 pair kid gloves.
00 1 pair nill : suspenders.
07 1 jwir ladies' ear rin s.
08 1 pair ladies' cuff buttons.
OK 1 line lace pin.
70 1 Madam Warner's corset.
71 1 line lnrtiil bag.
72 1 largo album.
73 1 largo wax doll.
74 1 gents' scarf.
75 1 line silk mulllcr.
70 1 pair ladies line shoes
77 1 autograph album.
78 1 pair silk mits.
7 ! ) 1 gent's fur cap.
80 1 gents' silk binoking jacko' .
81 1 gouts' hat.
82 1 pair men's arctlo overshoe ? .
83 1 pair ladies' overshoes.
81 1 line album.
85 1 hammered brass umbrella stand.
80 1 pair line bilk suspondera.
87 1 largo doll.
88 1 largo shopping bag.
80 1 silk umbrella.
1)0 ) 1 line lace handkerchief.
1)1 ) 1 elegant evening uhuwl.
H2 1 gent's traveling bug.
lilt 1 toboggan cap.
1)4-1 ) chilli's hood.
U5 1 pair kid gloves.
1)0 ) 1 ladles' line jorooy.
1)7 ) 1 elegant lace handkerchief.
1)8 ) 1 silk mulller.
1)9 ) 1 per ladies' line ihocs.
100-1 sot ladies' furs.
Total value of the above 100 presents ,
two thousand dollars.
See them exhibited in our store.
The drawing will bo conducted under
the management of a committee of .six
citi/.ons , and the utmost falrnehH will bo
had EO the presents will go to the per
sona who holdstho luqky numbers.
Now is the ttmo for everybody to take
advantage of thin great gift ottering.
Huy your goods at the Pconlo'8 utoro ,
wivo money thereby and got u present
In the bargain , Henry HUcrnnn k Co ,
People's hloro , 314 , 810 , 'il8 and USi
Broudwuy , Cquncil Ulutts , la.
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