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6 _ THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : AYE ESDAY , B OEjVfBEJl 7 , 1887.
OFFICI2 NO. 12 , PKAltlj HTI'KhT
Delivered liy rnrrior In a.ijpnrt nf the city at
, , . . . I"1'1'1ctntHiitrttU'k. ' .
II.V T/rr.N. . . . Manager.
TIUI : > HONIS : :
: Kt. ! OrnrK , NO. w.
KUITUJl ! N'O , ! S | .
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
llcitcr , tailor , Fall goods cheap.
See Chapman V pictures for Chribtmas.
Mrs. SoifortRiof died yesterday indrn-
Ing of typhoid fever at KeolH.
Water service from the Broadway
main was ychterday put Into the telo-
State Muster Workman Wright , of
DiilmlooMi , addresses the Knights of La
bor hero this evening.
A marriage UPOIISO was granted ycs-
lorday to CJeorgo ( Jrabill and Flora A.
Urowcr , both of thin county.
T ho city auditor desires all who have
paid their faowurago aw-e.Sbinunt to call
at liin olllco and receive their eertill-
Blrdio Christie's bagnio on Plorc *
Btrcet has boon taken pos esMOti of by
L'onstablo Kickotts on a chattel mort
Tlicro were " ' > ( ) pension papers made
out in the county clerk's olllce yc.stor-
flay and hont to DCS Moines to start the
How of money this way.
The Methodists are givers. The hat
was passed around. Sunday for money to
pay for recent internal improvements.
The hat came back , and S oU with it.
The grading of Broadway frcii Twen
ty-fifth street to the river is being
pushed right along by Owen Bros. , who
o.xpect to complete the work by Janu
The local agency for the celebrated
Bethesda water and Bellies-da gingeralo
has been secured by Troxoll Bros. , who
will keep a' full supply on hand at all
In the district court yesterday there
was little done. A few foreclosures of
mechanics' liens and a judgment by de
fault in the caho of Bixby vs. Dicrhs
The Y. M. C. A. gave another enjoy
able entertainment hint evening , in
this feature of the work Secretary Cur
tis has been very huece.s&ful , and lie will
bo greatly mis-used.
The "Cascade" Laundry , 30.1 Broad
way , Hung its banners to the breexo
yesterday , but it will bo home days be
fore it will bo ready for active work
in the "wabheo" clothes lino.
The financial matters of Nat Shcpard
have been adjusted and ho will resume
charge of his drug business to-day.
This result has been earnestly hoped
for by his friends whoso name is le
The capo of Williams vs. Ttothcry was
before the superior court all day yester
day. The plaintiiT finished examining
witnesses at 4 : . ' ! < ) o'clock nnd rested his
case. The court then adjourned until
Dirt hauled over paved streets must
bo in tight wagon boxes. The marshal
is instructed to keep his eyes open and
the threat is made that it will cost the
olTending teamstei > more than the price
of endboards. .
The contract for furnishing St. Fran
cis Xavier's chmvh was lot yesterday to
T. H. llifTor , of Kansas City. Much of
the tapestry , carpets , etc. , will bo
bought at home , and only the furniture
which cannot he bought in the city will
be bought abroad.
r The Presbyterian prayer meeting to
night will bo hold in the rooms under
the ga olllco on Pearl street. These
rooms have- been secured for the better
accommodation of the attendants , the
church building being a little too largo
for such meetings , especially during the
A lively team scattered a wagon
along Broadway yesterday afternoon.
A collision with a farmer s wagon at
the center of Bryant street stopped
everything but the horses , which con
tinued their run to the Methodist
church. No one injured.
A hook is kept at the police station in
which is registered the namoand effects
nf all applicants for lodging. A recent
entry is ' 'James Butcher , 1 ! ; ! ; Mary Ann
Butcher , J20 , ono night's lodging.
Ellects , baby. " They could not "put
up" their elTocts for their board.
Yesterday morning Auditor Caldaldor
of the Chicago , Burlington & Quincy
wind arrived in the BlulVs , and during
the day checked up the ticket ? in the
city ofllco which was recently entered
by a mid day burglar. Everything
was O. K. , no tickets being missed. Mr.
Caldaldor loft for the south on the evening -
Max Mohn had a gentle reminder
Yesterday that ho is not " .so young as
ho used to bo. " It was his forty-fourth \
birthday. Max may not have remem
bered the fact , but his nephew , Anton
Rink did , and when ho expressed his
congratulations ho adorned his uncle's
nose with a pair of beautiful gold 1
bowed eye glasses. Max has no u o for
them yet for ho can see a hair in the
butter as plain as ho could twenty years
ago , but ho feels just as proud' the
gift as though ho was blind as a bat.
An article appeared in Monday morn
ing's BKK , concerning a Salvationist
who had recently fallen from graco.
Another member qU.tho army wishes to
have it stated that uio facts a'ro as they
then anpearcd with ono exception , viz :
the delinquent is not a salvation soldier.
Ho has often taken part in their meet
ings , but that is a privilege accorded to
nil. The nforoMiid member says that
the fallen brother is a pronounced
Methodist. Ho is in a pickle all the
enmo and no mistake.
Always nt the Front.
Wo have now ono of the most com
plete stock of line and medium-priced
watches and chains , diamonds , gold jewelry -
elry , Hue marble clocks , silver and plated
ware , gold-headed canes , umbrellas.
opera and Held glasses , and all the
standard styles of the leading novelties
of the seat-on. All prices so low as to
defy all competition. At No. i7 ! South
Main street. C. B. .IACCJUKMIN & Co.
' For years Bethesda water has stood
unrivalled as a curative agent in the re
lief of all diseas-es of the btomaeh , bow-
eln and urinary organs. Dyspepsia , in
digestion , Urfght's disear-o , diabetes ,
inllanimation of the bladder and kid
neys , feinalo weakness , torpid liver ,
pains in the back and loins and inconti
nence all yield to its magio touch. It
is nature's remedy the product of
Bethesda springs , located at Waukcsha.
It cures whore other so-called reme
Troxoll Bros , have secured the polo
ngoney of this ronmrkablo water for
Council Blu1Tu mid-vicinity. Call at S45
Broadway and take a bottle homo with
Special mooting of Excelsior lodge
No. 259 , A. F. A. M. this. .Wednesday
evening for work in the first degree.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
By order of the AY. M. . . . . ,
THE NEWS .IN THE BLUFF ,
Is Uhcio Sam's Biff House Settling
Too Much ?
PICKUPS BY THE POLICEMEN.
One of I ho School Hoard Dors Not
Dcllnro in Physical 1
Itctil Kitntc Moving
Uncle Knin'M House.
The following telegram from Wash
ington , which has appeared in some of
the western papers , has caused some little
stir about the now government building
at tills point :
The astounding disclosure was mtulo licro
to-duv that tin ! public bulldinp at Council
liliiffs has settled four and a half Inches dur
ing' the past immth. Congressman Ijymiin
has Inul an interview with Supervising Archl-
tci-t Freret In regard to the dlsustor and Is
informed tliut nil work will bo suspended
until the most thorough oxainliiatlon can bo
inside. 1'rob.ibly the whole building will have
to be tnkcn down. The settling wiw duo to
hasty letting of the contracts. In order to
get the building under way Inst your the
whole force of 0110 division In the supervising
architect's rifllco was put at work on the
Council Bluffs plans and ten days' work was
accomplished in one , The contractors are
severely blamed for their bail work , but n
share of the fault lies with the government
Superintendent Maxon declares that
the foregoing was born of malice. Ho
says Ihoro has been no settlement of the
walls in months. Prior to the time of
the completion of the stone super
structure there was n settlement. IIo
re-quested that the foundation bo rein
forced and "detiirod an inspector to bo
sent hero. Mr. Spear , the government
inspector , appeared hero a year ago ,
and on his recommendation th'o work of
reinforcement was done. Lust March ,
after thi > work was completed , another
inspector canuj and reported that , con
sidering the great weight of the build
ing , the condition of the soilj Qtct'iicro
had been very little Settlement. Mr.
Maxon gli'.ims that whatever faulty
' .Yuri ? there was about the foundation
which caused the settlement , was all
done prior to his appointmont. Ho says
there has not boon a deviation of one-
quarter of an inch in seven months.
Don't Freeze Up !
Wo are bound to close out our largo
line overcoatings. Will make thorn up
at greatly reduced figures.
This is the oportunlty of a lifetime.
A. llKll'KIt ,
Money to loan. Cooper & Judson.
Moves In Dirt.
County Recorder Thomas' office is a
pretty good real estate barometer. Tt
shoivs tlio coddilion of the market as
unusually active for this time of year.
There is generally little in this line
jubt before the holidays , but. now there
arc about liftcon deeds a day , besides
numerous other instruments. Mo-st of
them are small transfers , and of no
special public interest.
Among those filed yesterday was a
deed by which the Union Pacific gives
to the city the right ot way for opening
up Ninth avenue through its land , to
Mr. Merriam , of Omaha , gives a quit
claim deed to UishopCosgrovo , covering
any interest ho may have in the lot
south of the old Catholic church , which ,
it is claimed , is a part of the Catholic
church property , though for years sup
posed to belong to non-resident : ! .
T. B. Baldwin sells lots.
For nn elegant birthday giftor Christ
mas present , u Domestic sewing machine
leads them all.
The Police Funds.
Three evil-doers were before Judge
Aylosworth yesterday morning. The
case of George Donaldson , charged with
assault and battery , was continued until
9 o'clock this morning. W. W. Gilmore
wasup fordisturbing the peace. Charles
Sullivan was charged with the larceny
of live oil barrels. Neither were ready
for trial. During the day two men
named Blades and Middloton were ar
rested at the instance of Mrs. Powder ,
for destroying property in her Vine
street boarding house. The charge
entered against them was vagrancy and
malicious mischief. When the cell door
was opened for Blades ho shed an abund
ance of croc-odilo tearsand said ho daily
expected his dear little wife to arrive in
the city , and was much afraid that she
could never find him in that vile place.
Ed Bedis-on was also arrested for mali
You Want Thorn.
Domestic and , for
.I'lliiivjfibftu I'tiuivJi tin tniv * iti tb\jk nn AUI
stamping unit embroidery. Lntcst .styles
and hnest designs. "Domestic" ollico ,
105 Miiin btrcet.
One thousand head of ono , two a id
three-year-old steers for wilo. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire o
A. , T. Greennnuiyer , 623 Mynstor Bt.
telephone lil. !
An Injustlco Corrected.
To the Ktlitor of the BKK : By a mis
understanding in my allldavit , pub
lished in the paper * , concerning the
punishment of my child at school , the
name of Miss Buchdl appears. This
ought not to bo , as she had nothing
whatever to do with the punishment ,
and I do not want to do her any injus
tice , she being wholly blameless and in
no way concerned in the cuhO. I should
not have made the aflldavit had I sup
posed it was to bo made public. The
alUdaylt was secured with the under
standing that it was to bo presented to
the board of education only , for them to
act upon. L. DUNL.U' .
Evcrv ono making a cash purchase o
2-5 cents at T. D. King & Co.'a cigar
store guts a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prizes.
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
Ttio WolKliiiiaster Powerless.
Couxcir , BLUKKS , Dec. . To the
Editor of the BKK : Please allow mo a
few lines in your valuable paper in jus
tice to the public. I have time anil
again warned the public about weighing
on the so-called city scales that have no
authority and pay no license to the city ,
and have not for the past live or fa
years. For proof , I refer the public to
the city clerk's books. Thcro is a sys
tem of short weights that protects the
boiler and not the buyer , by weighing
on scales not authorised by the city. I
am powerless to protect the confjiimor ,
as I get no protection from the council.
When I was elected to the olHee of city
welghmtifctor , I made a proposition to
the council , that it they would give mo
an ordinance that would protect the
public , I would nut a deputy in the
upper and 0110 in tno lower part of the
city , if npccfrsarv , to accommodate the
public weighing. The council failed to
give mo this authority therobv the city
receiving no .revenue from" private
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, and the public ix system of
short woitf his as my books will show , by
parlies Who have weighed on private
scales , and re-wolghcd on city scales ,
It was only yesterday 1 discovered a
mistake of o90 jKHinds on ono load to a
leading firm , and in many ether in
stances , discrepances too palpable to beef
of daily occurrence that prove conclu
sively a system of short weights over
which the city weighmaster has no con
trol by testing private scales or other
wise. Yours respectfully ,
W. S. AM v , City Weighmaslor.
For best quality coal and wood ) call
on Glcason , L'O Pearl street.
E. II. Shcafc loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
conlldcntial. OfJieo 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , tip-stairs.
Don't Ucllevn In Whipping.
Mr. Lawson , ono of the board of edu
cation , scemq to dilTcr somewhat in
opinion from other members of the
board. He does not favor corporal pun
ishment in the schools under any cir
cumstances. He believes that the teach
ers should have authority to send a re
fractory punil home. Suspension from
school privileges should lake the plaeo
of brute force. He docs not , therefore ,
endorse the use of the three foot slick.
Ho says ho has heard so many com
plaints about children being punished
too severely that ho is getting tired of
it. lie is ready for a reform in this re
Now houses for sale cheap by John
ston & Van Patten , M Main street.
Weather strips for doors and windows
at Odcll & Bryant's , 601 Main bt.
Yesterday afternoon a young man , a
stranger in the city , stepped into a lit
tle Broadway hotel , and askcil pel-mis
sion to leave his satchel. He went out
to buy a railway ticket and do some
) lher brief business , and returning ap-
ilicd for his grip , as ho was ready to
tart for the train. To his surprise ho
vas charged ten cents for leaving his
atehol there. As there was no such
nlimation when ho asked permission
o leave it the young man was quite
akon aback. Ho went oil' roaring nt
ho inhospjtality of the city and wanted
o know if it wasa sample of the way cit
ron's were "working to build up Coun
cil BlulTs. "
Insure with Wadsworth , Etnyre & Co.
Wadsworth , Etnyre &Co. loan money
Didn't Strike Plrc.
On Monday Justice Burnett came
very near having a wedding. A couple ,
ipparcntly of a marriageable ago , ap-
ilicd to him for the beau knot of matri-
nony. They were without the legal
) ormit and were directed to Clerk Shea
'or that requisite. Hero it developed
that they wore from Ashland , Neb.
Accordingly a license was refused and
.hey were sent across the river. Their
mines were not learned. It was evi
dently a runaway match , but it failed to
strike fire this time. Council Bluffs islet
lot anxious to acquire the reputation of
joing a second Chicago in matrimonial
natters , and is shutting out all cases
similar to this.
Union Veteran Legion.
At a regular meeting of encamp
ment No. 8 Union Vctcron Legion , the
'ollowing officers were elected for the
ensuing year : R. C. Ilubbard , colonel
commander ; E. F. Holmes , lieutenant
colonel ; L. B. Cousins , major ; F.
Stegall , ollicer of the day ; D. J. O'Neill ,
quartermaster ; H. Ganheimer , ollicer of
the guard ; J. W. Kilgore , chaplainand
T. J. Cndy , surgeon. C. H. Warren
was elected delegate to the national en
campment , and L. B. Cousins , alternate.
A. Van Order , II. N. Merriam and B.
W. Hight , were elected trustees.
Crazy or Drunk.
W. W. Gilmore , a painter living on
Avenue E , was arrested and brought
into the police station on a charge of
disturbing the peace , especially that of
liis own household. Mrs. Gilmore
thought ho was either drunk or crazy.
Ho acted as if ho was a little of both.
His wife had the insane commissioners
examine him and they decided that ho
was not cra.y , at least not enough to
warrant his being sent to an asylum.
The probability is that bad whisky was
the chief cause of his wild and lunatic
Death of Mrs. J. Johnson.
Stina , wife of Jonas Johnson , died
yesterday morning of typhoid fever nt
the residence of her daughter , Mrs. W.
S. Swanson , 920 Seventh avenue. The
deceased"was sixty-two years of ago aud
leaves a husband nnd eight children ,
four sons and four daughters. Two sons
and ono daughter are living in Sweden.
The funeral will occur at 10 o'clock this
morning. Interment will bo made at
Crescent City cemetery at 2 o'clock this
A New Council.
A now council of the Royal Arcanum
was instituted Monday evening by Dep
uty Grand Regent Booth. It will bo
known as Fail-mount council. The fol
lowing officers were elected : Regent ,
Charles Bell ; vice regent , J. C.
Mitchell ; orator , C. S. LotTorts ; past
regent , G. H. Jackson ; secretary , F. P.
Jones ; collector , E. D. Stacy ; treasurer ,
H. C. Beebeo ; chaplain , C. O. Fitch ;
guard , G. S. Damon ; warden , R. Trum-
bull ; sentry , H. A. Cole ; trustees , W
B. Rood , J. M. Lane nnd II. R. Joiics.
F. S. Stewart , with John Morris com
pany , Chicago , wasa visitor in the Bluffs
William Drew , brother of Mrs. F. P.
Yonawine , is with his sister during hoi
Superintendent Birkenbino left last
evening for Helena , Mont. , on business
of a private nature.
Frank Shinn was in the Bluffs yester
day greeting his friends and fellow-sol
diers of the war of 1887.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Forbes , of Kansas
City , are here on a visit to Mrs. Forbes
father , Mr. Allen Spoor.
Conductor Jameson is taking a week's
vacation and dividing his time between
his friends at homo and this city.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hongland were
called to Henry , 111. , last evening by the
serious illness of Mr. Hoagland's
Dr. John Green is able to bo out again
after a month's wrestle with lung fever.
His friends are delighted at the pros-
pnots of a full and speedy recovery.
W. F. Merrill , general manager o
the Kansas City , St. Joseph & Council
Bluffs road , was in the city yesterday.
, llo loft on the Burlington 'ilyor" last
Dr. P. J. Montgomery intended to
start yesterday for Now .York to give
export testimony in a suit against an
accident association , but ho .received a
tolejjrAin bUitlug that the case , has boon
DO IfbTT INTEND TO BUY
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PIANOS TUB r.\TH.ST fTvi.ri tx CASKS. OIMUSSj'ui.i. . i.v Voi.rMi : .
PIANOS THK MOST HuAuriruii KIMSII. | nn\s -ii.Mu.sTi.y ; Ki.Msnrn CARES.
We IJeiy All Competition nml Chollrnjie n Cotnpnrlsoii of Goods ntul Prices
U'ltli Any HOIKO In the \Vrst.
SEE US BEFORE YOU PURCHASE I
SWANSON MUSIC COMPANY , 329 WEST BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . IOWA.
adjourned until January. This will re-
iovo him of the necessity of going cast.
Henry K. Lybrand , of Columbus , O. ,
a railroad conductor , is spending his
cave of absence in a western trip , and
s at prc.-ent visiting his sister , Mrs. S.
M. Williamson , on Nortu Seventh
n Yesterday the Pacific IIOUPO register
howcd tho'following Iowa people : Sam
Chandler , Sidney ; H.C.Oren , Western ;
B. K. Berry , Burlington ; Hoscoe C.
Peterson , Oakland ; Mrs. K. A. Bois
nnd Mrs. J. P. Lehman , Missouri Val-
The following lowans registered at
ho Bechtelo house yesterday : C. L.
Meeehan , College Springs ; Chas. Baker ,
Anamos-a ; W. S. Hosteller , DcsMoincs ;
Frank SehrecpDubuquc ; M. IT. Fin-roll ,
"Yeston ; Thco. W. Ivory , Glcnwood ;
Free L. Paine , Boono.
The Swanson Music Co. are holding
wo pianos which have been purchased
or Christmas presents until that time ,
[ 'hoy are fully prepared to moot the
demands of the trade in pianos , organs
ind small goods. They olTor special in
ducements for the holidays. Call and
too them before purchasing.
Company A , Fifth regiment , I. N. G. ,
lolfl a meeting last evening , to elect u
captain to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Captain Mcssimer , and
chose Captain Mount , of company C , of
Shenandoah. The new ollicer will
shortly remove to this city.
Waste of Tissue Without Ilcpnlr.
Vigor begins to decline when dyspep
sia invades'ho stomach , and the dis
ease , prolonged through neglect , en
tails grievous loss of llesh and serious
waste of muscular tissue. To invigor
ate thoroughly and speedily , a sound
stomach is rcauirc.d. There is none
comparable to Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ers , since it institutes , and if con-
.inued , perpetuates a repair of the tis
sues , which may have declined in bulk ,
vigor and elastic-ally in consequence of
non-assimilation of the food. No time
should bo lost in beginning the rcpaira-
Ave woe-ess , nor should ! there be any
delay in removing those ailments of
frequent occuronee , which contribute
to and foster an enfeebled "condition of
the stomach and nervesvizii'onstiputjon
ind liver complaint disorders which
the bitters will assuredly extinguish. It
also remedies and prevents malaria
and kidney troubles , and is a prime
auxiliary in the recovery "of strength
for convalescents from wasting disease.
AVc are now prepared for the
HOLIDAY TRADE !
Our immense buildings nro packed full of
BEAUTIFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS
In our line , and nt prices that will defy com
petition. Wo KUarnntco our poods to bo just
us we represent them. Please Rive us a call
whether you wish to buy or not , and brim ?
your friends with you. It is no trouble to
show our ( foods. Hespectfully ,
C. A. BEEBE & CO.
STKCIAL advertisements , such ns I.ost.Fonnd ,
To l.onn. For Sale , To Itent , WnntH , UonrdliiR ,
etc. , will 1)0 Inspiti-d In this column at the low
rutcofTKN CENTS 1'Elt J.INKfor the tlrst In
sertion nnd I'lve Cunts 1'er Mac for each subse
quent ln ertlon. Leave ndveitisementu nt our
ollico No. K 1'cnrl Street , uear llrondway , Coun
cil lllulla , Iowa.
. Ilellublo foreman to take charge
WANTP.n laying. Apply at once. J.C. l.ee ,
MO Upper Hroadwny , Council lllulTs.
FOR 11EST Suit of rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. Inquire 41 Mnln Rt.
FOH HENT Farms The laud heretofore
knpwu as Tim Foley's , uear Mlnden. for the
season of 1SH8 , in tracts of N ) , lliO or BOO acres.
All choice lands and well improved. Horace
FOH SAI.K OK KXCHANaE-Emiltyot 1M
shares in Jellrlus syndicate. Inquire of
Odell llroa. A : Co.
WANTED All klnns of sewing machines to
repair. Work promptly and honestly done.
Charges reasonable. Domestic Oflice 105 Main st
FOH HENT Kivo furnished rooms , cheap.
Mrs.Jeo. Marshall , KW Fourth nve. , city.
FOK 8AM3 Very cheap for cash , or would
exchange for Council IllulTx or Omaha prop
erty , a refill flock of boots uud shops valued at
about 14,000. ( 'all at store. No , MS Itrondwny , or
address ] ( . Martin , same number , Council
Imoil KENT Houses in nil parts of the city by
-L Johnston & Van I'atten , id Main at.
FHHKNT I louses and furnished rooms. J.
11. Davidson ( tir > Fifth avenue.
FOK SALE-Second-hand Columbia blcyclo
very cheap , KMnch , at lice office.
BUI 1.1)1 NO lots and ocro property for bale by
F.J , Day , i Pearl st.
I OH HENT A finely furnished front room ,
first floor , in private residence near court
house. Water in room , lighted and heated.
Large closet. Inferences required. Address II ,
K , Ueo olllce , Council IllutTs.
PAINLESS ALCOHOI/ ,
OPIUM AND MORPHINE CURE !
The Alcohol , Morphine nud Onlutn habit Ab
solutely Cured without interfering with the
patient's dally avocation. V > rrespond with or
call on DR. F. P. BELLINGER ,
fil4 llroadway. Council LIlutTa , la.
All correspondence conltdenttal.
RARE CHANCE ! MUST BE SOLD !
The drslrnbln residence or business property
known U8 the Powers PlHce. cm Upper Jlroad-
way opposite the M. K. church , will positively
be hol'l within the next thirty days. Terms :
One-third cnoh , balance In ouo und two years.
Address bids to
toOEOROE R. BEARD-
Omaha , Neb. , 1U17 un.d )3J9 ) UoiiKlai St.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
600 llroodway Council muffs. Iowa. Established
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
1514 DOUGLAS STREET T. - - OMAHA.
D. H. McDANELD & CO , ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KO anil fSS Main Stm-t.Couuctl IJlufKIowa.
Latest Novelties ,
In Amber , tor-
tolso shell , etc.
as well as the
In hair goods.
Madetoordf > r
Mrs. C. L. Gillette ,
L"J Mnln Strct't , Council lllulT- ' . Out of town
work solicited , anil all nmll orders promptly
FOR GOOD MATERIAL
- ) ao TO ( -
$2. AN ELEGANT $2.
FOR TWO DOLLARS.
To each purchaser of f 2.00 worth of
goods we gjvc n ticket which en
titles the holder to ono cluuicc on
an Elegant Gold AVutch worth $90.
We carry a nice line of goods , in the
latest styles , ombiycing Men's and
Boy's clothing , hats and caps , boots
and shoos , glovesmittens , etc. , which
wo will sell you at One-half the Price
asked you by other dealers mid give
you a chance on the watch besides.
Come and examine our goods and prices
before purchasing. Remember the
place , 54(5 ( and 648 Broadwav.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council Dluffa , Opp. Dummy Depot.
Horses nnd mules rotibtantly on hand , for
sale at retail or In car loud lots.
Orders promptly tilled by contract ou short
Stock sold on commission.
Telephone 114. BCHI.UTEU & HOLEY.
Opposite Dummy Depot. Council liltiUs.
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel In the City with Fire Es
cape. Electric Call Bells.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable ,
MAX MOHN , Proprietor.
WM. WELCH ,
s Line ,
OKF10K-015 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Telephone No. 03.
All rails from District Telegraph Oflice
promptly attended to.
IF YOU GO TO MISSOURI VALLEY
STOP AT TUB
St , ELMO HOTEL !
Sample Rooms Attached.
W. 15. IRWIN , Prop.
Ogden Boiler Works
CARTER & SON , Prop's.
AND SHEET IRON WORK.
Orders by mull for repairs promptly attended
to. Sutlfcfactlon guaranteed , 10th Avenue. Ad.
dress 0 deu Iron WorksCouncil Illuffu , loua.
WUO AUK UtAk , UtUATED , Oil WAhl I.O
BESCAUiV'- ! YVHi ; : I.ATKKEVIL ?
A CLEAN SWEEP FOR DECEMBER
GREAT REDUCTIONS WILL BE MADE AND A SAVING FROM 15
TO 33 PER GENT GDARANTEED ON ALL PURCHASES
AT HENRY EISEMAN & GO.'S '
PEOPLE'S STORE ,
Shawl ? , Skirts and Knit Underwear
marked down for this week's special
Ladies , Misses' and Children's Hosiery ,
Gloves and Corsets marked down Jor
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
3. ! jier cent than inferior goods are
sold hero in this market. Come to
the Popular People's Store and buy
Cloaks and Suits marked down for this
Blankets , Quilts and Linens ir.ftrftcd
down for this week's special sale.
Wo KOSJI Everything. Our stock is
most complete and our prices insure n
sale every time.
Every W.OO sale entitles you to A TICKBT
good for one clmnco in our ON'M I1UN-
iMtun oiiAXn oii-TS which \\o give
away January Kith , 18S8.
Parties coming from a distance to trade
with us will get a part or till of their
HAiMtoAD rAHK refunded , and their
goods delivered to their homes free of
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND
Send or come to us and sco how much J Our monthly Buttcrick'n catalogue sent
money you can save from ordinary free to any one iondincr their nnmp
local retail prices. and address.
HENRY EISEIYIAN & CO , ,
314 , 316 , 318 & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : : IOWA.
Second Floor Brown
, Building , 115 Pearl Street , Council1
Bluffs , Iowa.
N Justice of the Peace. Oflice over American
. Express , No. 419 Broadway , CouncirBluffs ,
QTftWfl Jfr QTMQ Attorneys-at-Law , practice in the State
01V/11D < X OIUID , allti Federal Courts. Oflice Booms 7
and 8 , Shugart-Beno Block , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
EC RSPWRTT Justice of the Peace , 415 Broadway ,
, 0 , D/inilDll , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or J
business house in the city. Collections a specialty.
Office corner of
St. and First Avenue
FINE GOLD WOKK A SPKOIALTV.
Ten Per Cent Profit
WILL PRODUCE A FORTUNE
In a few years , evou on a small investment. You can save
that amount by purchasing your Groceries of
TROXELL BROS , ,
No. 345 BROADWAY ,
We kpon no book accounts , conxequontty wo havtj no bnd debts which the
alnnco of our trade has to pay. Tbis is the reabon we are able to sell to cheap
Remember the place. Give us a call.
: A. RINK ,
No. 201 Main Street , Council BluftsIowa
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Both Domestic and Fbreign. .
DR. C. B. JUDD ,
M'F'G'R ' ' , ELECTRIC BELTS AND TRUSSES.
NO. 000 BKOAIMVAV ,
COUNCIL BMIFFH , t : : IOWA.
WANTED-GOOD SALESMEN ON LARGE COMMISSION OR SALARY
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