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THE SUNDAY BEE.
OI-TIGK NO. 11 ! , l > KAIUj KTltKKT
Delivered by cnrrlfr In nny pnrt of the city tit
tw i-iity cents per w eck.
II. W TII.TOV , Mutineer.
Orn < T. No. t'J.
NKIIIT llniTOHj.N'o. SI.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Jtcltcr , tailor , Full poods clicnp.
Sco Clinptnnn's plcturca for Christtnns.
Colonel Hepburn , of Cliiriiitlti , was in
the city yesterday.
T. II. Baldwin 1ms removed his real
estate olllce into the Brown blook.
The next Royal Arcanum party will
bo given Tuesday evonintf , December
The city marshal hntl three men busy
yesterday serving special assessment
The board of trustees of the deaf and
dumb institute will hold their regular
The waterworks were placed in the
telephone circuit yesterday and u gong
put in the pump house.
A nowbon gladdened the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. John Walker , on Lincoln
avenue , yesterday morning.
Workmen wore busy yesterday inak-
ing jfUH pipe connection betweofi the
city jail and the new patrol house.
Green grass is springing up in the
parks about the city , which is not often
been oven in this "garden of the
The city will within a week or to bo in
nil its electric light beauty. A foot
traveler can then fcco where the street
cleaning Is most needed.
The W. C. A. will meet with Mrs. C.
L. Shugart to-morrow afternoon at - ' : ! ! ( )
o'clock sharp. .Members are especially
requested to bo present.
A marriage license was yesterday is
sued to Stephen A. Fox , aged twenty-
fcoven , and C'ynthia S. Mace , aged
bovcntcen , both of this county.
A now council of the Itoyal Arcanum
will bo instituted Monday evening at the
R. A. parlors. All members of Fidelity
council are requested to bo present.
Several of the alloys of the city are o
filled with lllth that the property is liable
to bo condemned as a nuisance. They
should 1)0 cleaned , and that right away.
The family and friends of the late S.
A. Anderson desire to express their
thanks to the Masons , the Switchmen's
association and the other friends , for
their kindliness and sympathy.
F. M. Ballard has recently purchased
of Mayno & Ila/elton through the
agency of S. G. Ttpton , "Tho Heal
Estate Broker , " fonr'lots in Piorco's ad
dition , uiioii which he will build at once
a comfortable dwelling.
The grand jury concluded its labors
yesterday afternoon and adjourned last
evening. The gambling rooms w < reopen
open ready for trade and in two of them
poker games were running. Wonder if
there is any logical connection between
the two factsV
Mr. .1. S. .ludd has just completed and
occupied a beautiful cottage on the east
sidoof BlnlT street , near Willow nvemio.
Ho is employed in the Union 1'aeilie
freight department and found this side
of the river a more convenient location
for his family ; hence his change.
It is usual to sentence vagrants to
hard labor , but the only hard labor the
city seems to furnish is the labor of eat
ing three big meals a day and growing
fat. A little of this idle muscle put at
the end of a shovel and used in street
cleaning would cause the paving to be
The workmen are engaged on the
dining room and kitchen of the Ogdcn
house , which are being entirely reno
vated and Improved in many ways. The
kitchen is practically made over. The
hotel is being put in condition with the
evident intention of making it a ilrst-
class hotel in every respect.
Concordia lodge , K. of P. , which em
braces a largo number of loading Ger
man citl/.ens , worked in the first and
third degrees Friday night , there
being two candidates in the third de
gree. This lodge is growing and pros
pering in all wavs. Their work is ex
cellent and is all in German.
The city council meets to-morrow
evening to pass upon completed esti
mates of work done during the past
season , and to cIToet settlement with
contractors. This will bo the chief
feature of the evening , besides the
allowance of bills , and such routine
business as always comes up at each reg
ular monthly meeting.
Several daps ago Mrs. Martin Gault
lied at her homo in Farragut , la. On
account of the dangerous character of
the disease diphtheria the remains
wore immediately interred and the
funeral services postponed until to-day.
Mr. Gault was quite widely known in
this city and through the county , and
in his sere allliction ho will have the
sympathy of all friends.
The Council BhilTs Hcflcctor is the
name of the now society paper which
made its appearance yesterday , the pub
lishers being Lecns & Waterman , the
latter having editorial chaago. There
Eooms to bo a good llulfl for a society
paper hero , and the young men who
venture upon it are evidently fully
capable of working it successfully. The
now paper make a very fair debut and
promises much better with the forming
The People's store is just now displayIng -
Ing some special bargains. The an
nouncement made in another column is
one of practical interest to everybody.
While securing goods at remarkably
low figures , the customers secure likewise -
wise an opportunity of winning costly
prizes. Kisoman & Co. give their cus
tomers no oxcui-o for going away from
homo to got bargains , and they draw
here a largo business from all points o !
the compass. _
\\l\y Is It ?
Why is it that the "Hoal Estate of.
flco" of J. G. Tipton is full of peopk
from morning until night ? Because
everybody knows that his whole nmbl
ticm is centered in the Heal Estate
trade , and that anything they want ir
the Heal Estate line thev can got fron
him. Ho has n largo list of property
to select from , and hence ho can suit
anyone , cither rich or poor. People lisi
their property with him wisely , because
they know that if ho don't self real cs'
tate the weather is very cold for the
The Council BlutTs Carpet Co. have
struck the key-note for jwpular adver
tising. Thov give a handsome presen
with every $10 purchase , Sco them.
Mitchell ft Sweeney's tramway ii
running right along. Over thrci
hundred yards of dirt daily are bcinj
moved. The tilling is now along Nintl
avenue between Ninth and Tcntl
btrcots. It is an eaVy way of doing till
ing und much less expensive than all b ;
team , although the plant U ralhei
costly. ' ,
If you Wish to-'buy lot. , cheap go ti
Jt > > nMou & .Vun Puttcii , 3 'MuiU at.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CHURCHES.
The Day of Rest For All BUt
Preachers and Reporters.
THE DISTRICT COURT DOINGS.
Many Motions 15ul Few Decisions
Tim Mnyor'H Snow Hwrepln/t / 1'roc *
Iniiinl Ion Sprtjlnl Appc
Notices A lloyal IJIcetlon.
The following announcements are
made of church services to bo held
The pastor's theme at the Presby
terian church in the morning will bo
"Christ as a Prophet , " and in the even
ing , the associated theme , "Jesus as a
Preacher. " Strangers and others
Services in the Congregational church
to-day as usual. The pastor will preach ,
morning subject , "Things Now and
Old. " Evening , "How to Live. " A
general and cordial invitation is ex
At the Methodist Episcopal church
there will bo preaching by the pastor ,
W. II. Wi Hoes at 10UO : a. m. and 7tt : ! )
p. m. Morning subject , "Tho Divinity
of Man. "Evening theme , "Tho Great
Weighing. " Sunday school at 12 in.
Scats free. Strangers made welcome.
Preaching by the pastor at the First
Baptist church at 10 : ; > 0 a. m. At 7S : ( )
p. m. here will bo a missionary meet
ing conducted by the temple builders of
the church. The exercises will consist
of a paper on Japan , an address , reci
tations , etc. All are invited.
Hev. Mills is now in the city , arrived
from Plattsmouth , Nob. . He has been
orcctinga new church out there. There
will ho a mooting at North Main street
at Mount /ion church. Preaching at
l ( ) : : l o'clock by Hev. Mills. Meeting at
7 o'clock in the ovening. Sunday s-ceool
at the usual hour.
Regular meeting of the Y. M. C. A. at
1 o'clock this afternoon. All young men
At St.Francis Xavicr's Catholic
church , mass at ( I , 8 , and ! ) o'clock- . Ves
pers and benediction of the blessed
sacramcntattiOo'clock. : : ! B. P. McMen-
Morning preaching service at the
Overtoil Mission , Fourth nvunuc , at 11
o'clock. Sunday school at 3 o'clock.
Services at Harmony Mission at 3
o'clock this afternoon , conducted by Mr.
Harry Curtis , secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. Sabbath school at 4 o'clock. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening. Subject :
'Ailliction. " "When the Lord loveth ,
Ic chastoncth. " IIeb.12-O.
The ladies of the Scandinavian Ban
jul church gave , Friday night , an oys-
er supper at the lecture room of the
hurcli , which was si grand success both
inancial and socially. Much credit is
Ino to the ladies for the manner in
ivhich they entertained all.
The Methodist church improvements
ire drawing to completion , and the
mlitorium will soon present a pleasing
ippearancc. Electric lights are to bo
The pastors of the city have a union ,
r club , of their own. Their meetings
mvc been held weekly , and interesting
; onfereiiccs have been had with cx-
jhango of sentiments and experiences.
't is understood that there has been
OHIO little chafing , however , and that
omo of the pastors will drop out quietly.
t seems that there should bo enough
; hristian unity for the pastors to unite
it least one a week. If the preachers
cannot keep in harmony for one hour
once a week , how can the sinners of the
congregations do so every day the week.
i\ . few ' 'the
moro sermons on greatest of
these is charity , " and a few less on the
iinfulness of theater going , might bring
nbout a reform.
The now Gorman Catholic church will
irobably bo dedicated about New Year's.
There scorns to bo little change in the
street parades of the Salvation army , erin
in the quality of the so-called music of
their band. ' The number who join in
the parade has diminished , if anything ,
since a year ago.
No one has been elected to fill the va
cancy caused by the departure of U. A.
Judd , superintendent of the Congrega
tional Sunday rchool , who has gone to
California. 'A. W. Cowlcs , the assist
ant , will scrvountilthercgularelection ,
which takes place soon.
Insure with Wadsworth , Etnyro & Co.
Don't Freeze Up !
We arc bound to close out our largo
line overcoatings. Will make them up
at greatly reduced figures.
This is the oportunily of a lifetime.
A. HKITKK ,
_ 310 Broadway.
Tlio Klrctric UjlitH.
There seems to bo an evil genius
presiding over the introduction of the
tower lights. During the whole course
of erection there has been a constant
scries of hitches , attributable to no one
particular source , that has been con
tinually postponing their completion.
In the first place the now machinery
necessary to run the additional lights ,
s a most unreasonable length of time
in getting hero. After a vexatious
delay it arrived , only to find that a mis
take had been made , and the dynamo
had to bo shipped back and a larger ono
sent. The now engine was placed in
position and everything looked favor
able for a specify completion of the
change , when an armature was burneel
out , and the tower light dynamo had to
be connected with the 12 o'clock lights.
A now arinaluro was ordered by tele
graph , and arrived in an unusually
short time. Yesterday it was placed in
the dynamo , when it was found to bo
larger than ordered , and the same pro
gramme gone through with in regard
to the largo dynamo will have to bo re
peated. Aside from the armature ,
everything at the station will be in
readiness Monday nigh ! . The wires
we're run to the tops of the towers yes
terday , and the lamps are waiting to bo
hung in their places. If another arma
ture can bovcceivcel in as short a time
as was the last , there is no apparent
reason why the tower lights should not
bo in operation Thursday night , but the
aforesaid avil genius may still hold n
few trump cards , and tauo an active
part in the game for some time to come.
Money to loan. Cooper & Judson.
Every one making a cash p urchnse c
25 cents at T. D. King , t Co.'u cigar
store gets a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prices.
Clear ( ho Sidewalks.
Mayor Gronowcg is" out with a procla-
nation to the effect that the ordinance
requiring the clearing of sidewalks will
bo enforced strictly. Snow shovels arc
expected to bo in the hands of cvorj
property owner or tenant , so that whci
snow comes , it will go again. This is
as it should bo. There is'iio excuses foi
the shiftle > ssnbss in neglecting to cleai
oil sidewalks1. While the1 mayor is thus
indulging i.u uroclauiutiona' ho fihaule
go n little further ami enforce the re
moval of other obstructions froin the
sidewalks. Thorn are barrclsand boxes
allowed to remain on the sidewalks of
principal strc'ots. Pearl street is espec
ially needing the mayor's attentionand
then there are one or two wholesale
houses on Main street which might
possibly get in some of their barrels out
of the way of pedestrians , who Cannot
vcr ywell take to the streets , as the mud
has been allowed to accumulate too long
there. The street croisings , too , are
needing a proclamation. Mn.vor Grone-
wcg , in starting in on this clearing up
reform will bo heartily supported by
many , and the appearance ol the city
will 'doubtless bo greatly improved.
A Co-Opcrato Commonwealth.
Free lecture this afternoon at Grand
Army hall. Pearl st , at 20. : ! ! Subject :
Its plan , principle1 * , climate and re
sources , by T. .1. McArdle , traveling
agent and organizer for the colony.
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
You Want Tlicin.
Domestic patterns and patterns for
stamping and embroidery. Latest styles
and finest designs. "Domestic" oflice ,
10.5 Main street.
The decision in the case of Congress
man Lyman against the city has caused
a change in the method of serving no
tices of special assessments. Heretofore
it has been customary to publish the as
sessments , and if a property owner did
not chance to sec it he knew nothing
about it , or , at least , was not supposed
to know anything about it. In the case
referred to Major Lyman claimed that
ho had received no personal notification
that his property had been assessed for
a new sidewalk and curbing , and that
the publication in the "otllcial organ of
the city was not sufllcient. To save any
further trouble on this point the city i's
now serving personal notices , the mar
shal having the papers. This , is to do
away with any- possible claim that the
property owner was not given notice
and an opportunity to present any pro
test to the council before the assessment
was entoreel on the tax books. This ne
cessitates much extra labor on the part
of the citv , for property is constantly
changing hands , and personal service
at the best is quite troublesome. In the
case of non-residcets , where their agent
cannot bo found bore , the notice by
publication will probably sullicc.
Have you investigated the Council
BlulTs Carpet Go's great rug olTer ? If
not , do so first time you are up town.
E. II. Shcafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Ofilco 500 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
Ono thousand head of ono , two and
three-year-old steers for sale. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire o
A. J. Grecnamaycr , 023 Mynstcr st.
Dcntli of Isaac Cooper.
H. II. Field received a telegram from
Glonwood Springs , Col. , yesterday
morning , announcing the death of his
nephew Mr. Isaac Coopcv Mr. Cooper
formerly lived in Mills county , this
state , and went to Colorado about twelve
years ago. He was one of the founders
of Glenwood Springs , which ho named
after his old homo in Iowa. He was ex
tensively engaged in minincr. and had
accumulated a good shuro of the world's
goods , He has several relatives in this
vicinity , among them a sister , Mrs. Em-
mctt , of Hazel Doll. Ho leaves a wife
and three children in Denver , where he
will bo buried.
Ho was forty-five years of age , and
died after a short illness of pneumonia.
He served in the army during the war
and held several important positions.
Ho was a prominent and energetic busi
ness man , and leaves a largo circle of
friends , both business and social , who
sincerely mourn his death.
J.G. Tipton , "tho real estate broker , "
527 Broadway , has a good now house to
rent for $18 per month , an el another
dandy with a good barn for Silo.
Wadsworth , Etnyro &Co. loan money
lloyal Arcniiiini Kindlons.
At a regular meeting of the Fidelity
Council No. 150 Royal Arcanum , the fol
lowing olliccrs wore elected for the en
suing year :
Regent , W. A. Groncwcg.
Vice Regent , B. S. Jossolyn.
Orator , . ! . II. Arthur.
Peist Regent , T. J. Mackay.
Secretary , . ! . T. Tidd.
Collector , M. Brennan.
Treasurer , A. W. Riokman.
Chaplain , F. B. Warner.
Guide , J. Bolingcr.
Warden , Charles Bono.
Secretary , F. Borncnrdi.
Trustees , J. Patterson , T ; E. Cavin ,
W. H. Robinson.
W. A. GuoNKWicn ,
Taken up , an estray marc ; bay , with
white hi nil feet , scar on forehead , long
mane and tail ; has sadulo marks. Ani
mal in good order. Owner must prove
property and pay charges of keeping
and notice. S. SUIT ,
9th avenue , Burns'addition. .
Weather strips for doors and windows
at Odell & Bryant's , 504 Main st.
Few Bail OIIPH.
A single lonesome vag looked Judge
Aylcsworth in the eye at the police
court yesterday morning. He did not
seem anxious to accept the hospitality
of the city and was discharged. Some
of the tra'yolers who had stopped with
Landlord Barhyto on Thursday night
wore to well pleased with his accommo
dations that they returned the next
night to stay with him again. John
would do well anywhere but in the city
jail. Ho holds trade too well for the
For best quality coal and wood , call
on Gleason , 20 Pearl street.
Itcnl Kstnto Moves.
The record of yesterday shows quite
an activity in real estate matters. M.
D. Eckles purchased of Erastus Benson
lots 7 , S , 0 , 10 and 14 , in Benson's ad
dition for $800. Christian Christiansen
bold two lots in Howard's addition to M.
E. Fuller for 8450. J. M. Palmer bought
a lot in Hanghunn bub-division of Mrs.
Mary A. Kirklnnd for $000.
The most important deal was the sale
by Gco. Wright to Omaha parties of
thirty lots in Ferry's addition. The
price paid was 8200 per lot , or 80,000.
Private parties are the purchasers , butte
to what use the land will bo put , re
mains for the future to develop.
A Curd of TliankH.
Wo wish to thank our many friends
for the kindness and attention shown to
us in our 'recent sad bereavement and. to
invoke the. ' blessings of a dlvinu provi
dence to rest upon and attend them in
their future' .
-MU./ANU Mus. S , S. BKNEPICT.
Until January 15 We Give
A Valuable Present.
With Every Purchase of
$10 and Upwards.
MAIL ORDERS INCLUDED.
Council Bluffs Carpel Co.
Colonel Charles E. Eaton is visiting
in the city.
D. S. Kinsclla , at Pmlnina , was in the
L. L.Hendersonof Macedonia , visited
the Blulls yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Hawcy have
returned from their wedding trip.
Mrs. S. J. Swanson lw returned homo
from her visit with relatives at Creston ,
Mr. Stcll , of Lincoln , is spending
Sunday in this city with Mr. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. DoBevois of Omaha ,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Jerome McClintock , assistant general
agent o * the Rock Island , left for Chicago
cage yesterday morning.
John O'Brien , of Castalia , Dak. , is
visiting with his brother , Captain Nick'
O'Brien , of the police force.
Mr. A. C. Vronian of Illinois was in
the city yesterday and was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wadsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dickey have gone
to Farragut , Iowa , to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Martin Gault which occurs to
Mr. and Irs. B. Zevorly did not start
for California ycsterday ? as they had
planned , but will go during the present
, T. T. Hart , who is now heavily inter
ested in mining enterprises in the Leael-
villo region , is back to liis old home hero
for a brief stay. '
The condition of Mrp. Frank Yena-
wino grows steadily worse. She has
been sinking during the , pasl twenty-
four hours and her death is expected at
A. J. Mandul is confined at homo by
an allliclion of boils. This will account
for the disfigurement of his countenance
when he appears , for they arc squarely
upon his nose.
Mrs. N. II. Meeker , of Greenwood ,
Neb.j accompanieil by her two interest
ing little daughters.'arrived yesterday ,
and together with Mrs. L. C. Ramsey ,
of Farmington , 111. , will bo the guests
for a few days of their brother , J. G.
District Attorney Dailey and Judge
'arson ' returneel to the Bluffs yesterday
ovening. They will return to Atlantic
Monday morning. The Donahue mur
der case , upon which the colonel is en
gaged , will hardly get to the jury before
Mi&s Helen Culver , of Creston , Iowa ,
is in the city the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
W. H. W. Ccese. Miss Culver is a
highly cultured pianist , anil is certainly
one of the best performers in the west.
She is contemplating the organization
of a class in instrumental music.
II. D. Knight has returned from
Sioux City. Ho has just completed a
$12,000 contract with the Chicago , Mil
waukee & St. Paul railroad company.
Ho painted all their depots , section
houses , tanks , switch targets and other
property between Sioux City and Ma
J. C. Brodgctt , W. S. Chenoworth ,
Davenport , H. G. Cilly , Glenwood , Ed
Dorr , A. K. Decker , Creston , A. C.
Decker , Kcokuk , H. Case , DCS Moincs ,
D. I. Elliott , Sioux City. E. A. Holm.
Cedar Rapids , W. M. Carlisle , Missouri
Valley , II. E. Klein , Burlington , were
the registered lowans at the Bechtelo
Charles Price , the detective of the
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul , whohas
been located hero for some time , lias
been transferred to Kansas City. Ho is
succeeded by J. F. Council , an experi
enced and trusty olllcor , who will doubt-
lets prove a worthy successor to so
worthy a man. Mr. Price has made an
excellent record hero , and the Bluffs
folks do not like to see him go.
Lieutenant and Mrs Gallagher , nco
Amelia Paschcl , arrived yesterday
morning from Port Lewis , Col. They
will spend the holidays hero , Lieuten
ant Gallagher having a two months
leave of absence. They bring with
them the little daughter , this being her
first visit to her grand parents. They
are heartily welcomed hero by many
friends besides their immediate rela
I will open to the public and my
friends the Egyptian restaurant , No. SHI
Broadway , to-day at dinner. Remem
ber the number , next house to Broad
way depot. Respectfully , J. W. Merrill.
T. B. Baldwin sells lots.
For Sale Cheap Lots hear the bridge
to parties whowill build at once. Ad
dress or call on J. R. .Rico , No. 110
Main street , CoimciHJlUtTa.
Yesterday being motion day and the
docket being well filled , the Carrisrg
case was not taken up. fDecisions were
given by the court in thicaso of Everett
vs. Bartlett for plaintiff ; " Keenan vs.
Wagner , for plaintiff with eots taxed
to defendant. Motion in the case of A.
Overtoil vs. Geiso and Lindcr over
In the case of Deere , Wells & Co. vs.
Caglov , from Mills county , recently de
cided'in favor of the plaintiff , a motion
for a now trial was argued at length
and taken under advisement.
For an elegant birthday gift or Christ
mas present , a Domestic bowing machine
leads them all. _
Cured I\y MuilMone.
Memphis Avalanche : A day or two
ago B. L. Milan , an old and respected
citizen of Waterford , Mis * , . , called at
the Avalanche olllce and exhibited a
mtidstono that has a history. It was
brought to Alabama from China in 1810
by Dr. William Barker , who ubcd it with
success , lor suvenilyenvs. 'At bib death
it'was bold to Jarvis Milan , father ' . ' of the '
Avalanche's visitor , and four others.
Milam moved to Mississippi in 1835 and
took the stone with him , having bought
out the interest of his partners , lie died
in 181 ! ) and left the stone to his son. The
present proprietor has used it in 12811
cases for bites of rabid dogs , cows and
horses , besides spiders and snake bites ,
and ho asserts that it did not fail to
effect a cure in a single instance when
applied before paroxysms had set in.
The stone is porous , of a light cream
color , H inches in diameter ; and weighs
one ounce. It has been broken in live
places and is mended with silver bands.
When a person is bitten the wound is
first Carefully washed with warm water ,
a mop being used to guard against dan
ger to the operator from infected bleeder
or pus. The stone is then bound
tightly upon the affected part and left
there from two-to fifteen hours , accord
ing to the freshness of the bite
the older it is the longer the time
necessary. When removed it is found
to have absorbed a quantity of blood or
pus from the wound , it is then washed
clean in warm water and dried before
a fire or stove. Mr. Milan has been of
fered $ > * > ,000 for his treasure , but refuses
to sell. lie gets a good revenue from
it , charging those patients who arc able
to pay , but its virtues are moro fre
quently called into play to save the lives
of unfortunates who have nothing to
give in return. It is to Mr. Milan's
credit that these are never refused , and
that ho values the stone most for the
good it does to suffering humanity. Ho
is greatly troubled lest at his death his
children should divide it up and thus
destroy its virtue.
S ndrcrtispmontSRucliaq TjO tFouml.
To I.onn , 1'or Sale , To llcnt , Wants ) , Hoarding ,
etc. , will lie iiHt'rti'il In tills column at tlip low
rate of TEN CKSTS mil hlNKfor the ( Irut in-
sertlon and Five Cents 1'er l.lui for ouch sub c-
quont Inseitlon. I.PUVO advert ihuiucnto at our
olllro No. K I'uarl Street , ueur Uroadwiiy , Coun
cil IU.UUK , Iowa. v
FOH SAI n A largo hard real stove , self-
feeder , rhe.ip , in Kood condition. Apply
to Hoc olllce , Council Illufls.
FU HI2NT Farms The land heretofore
known us Tim 1'oley's , near Mlnclen , for the
bpasonof 18X8 , In tracts of Hi ) , KiO or M ) acre .
All choice luudb and well improved. Horace
Fou SAM : ou ixjiiANTnn-K : < niitynf i'j '
chares In Jetlrles byndlcate. Imiulio of
Odell Dros. & Co.
WANTKD All kinns of sewing machines to
repair. Woik promptly and honeatlv done.
Charges reasonable. Domestic olllce IDA Main st
II10H HUNT Five furnished rooms , cheap.
C Mrx.Ucn. Marshall , SK ) Fourth live. , city.
OIl BALK Very cheap for c.i li , orould
exchange for Council IthilFh or Omaha piop-
erty , a retal stock of boots und shoes valued at
about $ lne ) . Call nt store , Xo. MS Hrondway , or
address It , Martin , bamo number , Council
lilnlls , la.
fiTOK ltiNT : Houses In all parts of the city by
J ? Johnston & Van I'atten , : Main t.
"C1OH KENT Houses and furnished rooms. J.
JD It. DuvldRnn .ira Fifth avenue.
FOU SALE Second-hand Columbia bicycle
very cheap , KJ-inch , at lleo oflice.
BUILDING lols and aero property for bale by
neil HUNT A finely furnished front room ,
nrst lloor , in private residence near court
house. Water in room , lighted und heated ,
l.aruo clospt. Iteferenres required. Address II.
12. llee olllce. Council Illutrrt.
IF YOU GO TO MISSOURI VALLEY
STOP AT THC
St , ELMO HOTEL !
Sample Rooms Attached.
W. R. IRWIN , Prop.
Trotting - Stallions
FOR SAlE CHEAP ! *
STANDAUU. UNDKU HUI.K 6.
TOECARY. Council Btt.
LAMPS ! LAMPS ! !
Hall , 1'iirlor , Kitchen , Store und Office
Crockery , Glassware and Plated Ware ,
Largo Assortment at liotton Prices.
W , S , HOMER & CO , ,
No , S3 Main St. , Council UUilIfi , Iowa.
PAINI KSS ALCOHOL ,
OPIUM AND MORPHINE CURE !
The Alcohol , Morphine and Opium habit Ab
soliitt'lv Ciiri'tl without Inturferlnu with the
patient's dully nvocatlon. Coirespond with or
cell on DR. F. P. BELLINfJER.
U Ilrmiclwuy , Council Ulutls , la.
All correspondence confidential.
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
1514 DOUGLAS STREET. ' - - - OMAHA
A CLEAN SWEEP FOR DECEMBER
GREAT REDU9TIONS WILL BE MADE AND A SAVING FROM 15
TO 33 PER GENT GUARANTEED ON ALL PURCHASES
AT HENRY EISEMAN & CO.'S
PEOPLE'S STORE I
Shawlg , Skirts and Knit Underwear
marked down for this week's special
Ladies , Miscs' and Children's Ho-ficry ,
Gloves anil Corsets marked down lor
this week's great special sale.
Men's Furnishing Goods and Under
wear marked down for this week's
Men's , Youth's and Boy's Clothing , the
largest , finest and best stock in the
city to select from , for less money by
33 per cent than inferior goods are
sold hero in this market. Come 16
the Popular People's Store and buy
Cloaks and Suits marked down for thtt
Blankets , Quilts and Linens marked
down for this week's special sale. j
Wo Keep Everything. Our stock ia
moat complete and our prices insure n
sale every timo. i
Every * 2.00 sale entitles you to A TICKKU
good for ono chance in our ONI ; UfX *
iitii : ) ciitAXit airrs which wo give
away January Iflth , 1SSS.
Parties coming from a distance to tratio
with us will get a part or all of their1
HAiut ( > At > I'AUi : refunded , and thole
gexnls delivered to their homes free (4
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND
Send or come to us and see how much
money you can save from ordinary
local retail prices.
Our monthly Buttorick's catalogue sent i
free to any one bending their naii)9
HENRY EISEMANl CO. ,
PEOPLE'S ' STORE ,
314 , 316 , 318 & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : ! IOWA.
SPECIAL SALE !
OP CLOAKS , LADIES' UNDERWEAR COMFORTS -
FORTS , BLANKETS , ETC. ,
MONDAY , NOVEMBER 28TH.
We shall offer a large .stock of Cloaks and Ladies' Wraps , and
Ladies' Underwear at about HALF their value. You
will get your gift in the value of your ynrohase
and without the uncertainty of chance.
This sale is to clean out this part of our stock , asvo must
have the room for other goods ,
$20.00 $ Cloaks at-$10.00 $ $15.00 $ Cloaks at $7.50 $ j
$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 HAVE BEEN
REMEMBER THE PLAGE ,
HARKNESS BROS. ,
401 Broadway ,
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