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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THUBSDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1887
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS :
XO. 12 , I'lJAUh KTUKHT
ficllvcrpd by rnrrkr In tiny jmrt nt the city nt
twenty ifiiti i > cr vtok.
II.V TII/ION ,
Omo : . No. 4J.
NNIIIT Kiimw'No. si.
31 1 NO It MKNT10N.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Keller , tailor , Full goods elionp.
fcicc Chupuuin'H pictures for Christum ? .
Tax delinquents huvo until next Mon
day to jmy tip or .suffer thu consequences.
u J. D. KdimuidHHi lins jiifet completed
nd occupied liis new ollicu at JliO Main
The Council HlulTrt Lumber company
nro adding litml and s > oft coal to their
The OM/i / p. in. htrcetcar , run from the
Pearl and Uroadway junction , has been
A marriiifro license was issued yesterday
to Frank ' Olsen
day I'eten-ojiundLenne ,
both of this city.
Yesterday afternoon Justice Schuiv.
united John F. smith and Anna U. Cou
th ) u in wedlock.
A building permit lias been granted
W. S. Hoof for an SfeOO dwelling in Wil-
i J. W. Hodefcr , of Omaha , lias pur-
chiiBed of N. Kuriiifr a lot in the Mill
addition ; $1200 was the price paid.
The paths in Hnylis park should be
paved , and then the public should be
Kept from making new paths across the
Surveyor Tostevin and his corps of
assistants were busy on lower Hroadway
yesterday afternoon running linen for
George F. Maxwell lias purchased a
lot in Van Ilriuit & Hiee's addition ,
upon which lie will soon erect a dwell-
i ) ig for his own occupancy.
The Southern White Lead company
yesterday notified dealers in this city
that henceforth the price of white lead
is advanced J cent per pound.
C. K. 1 touch , of this city , and Anna
Schaening , of Davenport , donned the
matrimonial harness yesterday under
the supervision of Justice Uarnett.
Mrs. Latham , sister of Sherill Perry
Reel , died yesterday morning of dropsy ,
at the residence of Mr. Keel. The fu
neral will bo held at 1U o'clock to-day.
The young ladies of the Catholic
church are preparing to give an enter
tainment during the holiday season.
The Peake sisters are to bo on the pro
Three mild canes of diphtheria have
been reported this week in the northern
part of the city. As they are not con
sidered malignant , no notices have been
The estate of the late Edward Irons is
being settled up by the administrator.
The inventory Hied yesterday at the
county clerk's olllco shows it to be worth
88il.)4. ( ) ( ! ! )
The funeral of Mrs. Stinn Johnson was
hold yesterday at the residence of Jier
MJii-in-law , on Kighth street. Rev. ,1.
Fisk oliciatcd. ! There wore numerous
friends present , and the remains wore
taken to Crescent City for interment.
Ron and Eddie ISoiit't/ wore yesterday
taken before Justice Scluuv , charged
with larceny of coal from a car in the
Itock Island yard. Their mother fur-
_ ilabfilH)0 | ) bonds for their appearance
on/tho 14th of this month. Chris
Hclirain is wanted for the same offense.
W. T. Wright , of Oxkaloosn , state
master workman of the Knights of La
bor , addressed local lodge No. Kii8 ( lact
evening at thu G. A. R. hall. This evening -
ing ho will address lodge No. WW > at
their hall over Hurnham & 'Pulleys' .
Ho speaks on the labor question , for the
good of the order.
Fine residence lots for sale , Johnston
Van Patten , ! Ki Main street.
Always nt the Front.
Wo have now ono of the most com
plete stock of line and medium-priced
watchesand chains , diamonds , gold jew
elry , line marble clocks , silver and plated
ware , gold-headed canes , umbrellas.
opera and field glasses , and all the
Htandard styles of the leading novelties
of the season. All prices so low as to
defy all competition. At No. li" South
Wain street. C. II. JACQUKSliN & Co.
For years Uethesda water IIJIH stood
unrivalled as a curative agent in the re
lief of all diseases of the stomach , bowels -
ols and urinary organs. Dyspepsia , in
digestion , Unght's disease , diabetes ,
intlammati'on of the bladder and kid
neys , female weakness , torpid liver ,
pains in the back and loins and inconti
nence all yield to its magic touch. It
is nature's remedy the product of
Bethesda springs , located at Waukebha ,
It cures where other so-called reme
Troxell Bros , have secured the solo
ngenoy of ' this remarkable water for
Council UlulTs and vicinity. Call at 845
Broadway and take a bottle homo with
lluyinn n World.
The report is out that Dan Farrell ,
who has been so long sheriff of Mills
county , has purchased the Evening
Globe , the democratic organ in this
city. Postmaster Bowman , the owner
' of the paper , on being asked for the
bottom facts said that the sale had not
been made.tlt \\as true that Mr. Far
rell had been figuring some on taking
an interest , a controlling one , in the
paper , but it was not dellnitoly settled.
Don't Krepie Up !
Wo arc bound to close oltt our largo
line overcoatings' . Will make them up
at greatly reduced figures.
This is the oportunity of u lifetime.
A. IlKtTKic ,
_ 310 Broadway.
" Money to loan. Cooper fc Judson.
T. B. Bald win .sells lota.
tlin IilKl > ti > l"K Heady.
The Pacific Mutual telegraph com
pany yesterday put their fixtures in
their new oltleo at 502 Broadway. Thcii
line is completed between Omaha and
Sioux City , and they will bo ready for
business to-morrow. The mast for their
wires on the east bank of the rlvor was
sot yesterday. The distance between il
and thu one on the opposite bank is 1,4IK
feet. Two wires arc all that will bo
used at present. The new oporatoi
comes from South Omaha.
For an elegant birthday giftor Christ
mas present , a Domestic sewing machine
loads thorn all.
You Want Tlioni.
Domestic patterns and patterns for
stamping ana embroidery. Latest styles
and Imcbt design * . "Doma-lio'1 otllco ,
103 Main street.
Ono thousand head of ono. two and
thrco-year-old steers for sale. Will give
Credit to reliable parties. Enquire o
A. J. Grccjianiuyur , 023 Myubbir st
MI inniTT Tiin ni ni'vn
ALL ABOUT THE BLUM'S ' ,
Trying to Got Bottom Facts in
PUZZLED RAILWAY EMPLOYES.
The Wonder Why They Are Ankccl
J'oiTheir War Iteeord Ij i\v
Cut on n .HlKh Illll-
Shall the Hod DC ; Spared ?
There is still considerable stirabout
the matter of corporal punishment in
the public schools , anil especially in re
gard to the Pierce street buildiug.
Now that public attention has been
called to the case of Perry Howard ,
there are several other fond parent ! )
who claim that their children , too , have
been severely whipped.
The young lady teachers who are
thus given so much unpleasant notoriety
riety , are suffering , doubtless , more
than any of the children could possibly ,
from the events which led to public dis-
disctission. It is conceded that the
teachers used the instrument provided
them for the purpose , and in the usual
manner. It seems also tn be conceded
that the teacher who whipped Perry
Howard did not realixe that the blows
were so severe. She was surprised on
learning that the whipping caused
bruises on the flesh , and tnero seems tote
to be no-one who claims for a moment
that there was IMI intent to bo unduly
severe , and there was no anger or
malice shown on the part oft the
The young ladies thus brought be
fore the public are suffering , therefore ,
more than they deserve. They cannot
but feel that their reputation as
teachers will , at the best , bo in
jured in the eyes of many , and as young
Indies the situation is decidedly
It has been fjlated that the marks on
the boy were not so severe as his step
father , Mr , Lynch , claimed. In order
to refute this the boy was yesterday ex
ainined several . and eiti-
mutual * by rt\j i iivi physicians unit V > JLI
x.ons. Although the whipping took
place last week , there in .still the record
of it to bo very clearly been. The evi
dence i.s there that the boy was given a
spunking that was very severe , to say
tiie least- .
It appears that the responsibility falls
upon the bchool board , and it remains
for that body of men to decide whether
Corporal punishment shall be continued
in the bchools of the city , and if bo ,
whether this particular instrument
shall bo longer used.
1 Mr. Lawson , ono of the board , seems
determined the paddle shall go. He is
reported as baying that the kind in use
is better adapted for knocking down
beeves or as a club for highwaymen ,
than for buhutil purposes.
Others of the board do not seem &o
florcd. . for , its abolishment. They say
there is little use of a whipping that
won't hurt. They don't bcem to want
whipping made so easy that children
will cry for it and not cry after it.
There will probably' no action
Inkon until tbo regular meeting of the
board , which will take place Monday
evening , December li ) .
Wadsworth , Etnyro &Co. loan money
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad
dress or call on J. It. Rico , No. 110
Main street , Council Bluffs.
A Deep Cut.
The grade for High School avenue , as
established by the city , will bo thirty
feet below where it is at present in front
of the fcebool building. The lines will
> o run to-day. There will probably be
omo red-hot "kicking" done by the
citizens in that locality at being thus
'laid upon the shelf , " sixty loot from
, he public highway. If satisfactory
erms could bo made with Mr. Oflicor
or the use of the electric light elevator
in elevated road might be built'from
ho top of the tower , at the corner of
Broadway and Fourth street , to the top
of High School hill , and thus all dilll-
cnlty in making the descent would bo
ibviated. The present attractions of
ho BlulTs tire many and varied , but
vhon this proposed , change is completed
the ono thing needful will have been
< upplicd. To the natural beauties of
Iho city-will bo added a gorge that will
: iutrivnl the far-lamed canons of the cel
ebrated Yosemitc valley.
E. H. Shcafe loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Ollico WK ) Broadway , cor
ner Main btreot , up-stairs.
Weather strips for door.s and windows
at Odell & Bryant's , 504 Main st.
Insure with Wadsworth , Etnyro & Co.
llolilml and UcCoro tlio Ilarn.
Business in the jfollco court rather
tame yesterday. W. W. Gilmore was
discharged at the request of his wife.
Charles Sullivan pleaded guilty to lar
ceny , mid is in jail awaiting sentence.
Doe Middleton paid Mrs. Ponder all
damages done to her property by him ,
and also the costs of court , and was dis
charged. Joe Blades still languishes in
the cooler on the same charge. The
case of Ed. Bediton for malicious mis
chief was. continued until this .morning.
George Donaldson will be tried this
morning for assault and battery. His
mother appeared in court yesterday ,
and expressed her opinion of the judge
rather freely. After being detained at
the station lor u couple of hours she
took back everything , and was dis
charged. She said she would never bo
caught in that box again. The dignity
of the court was duly appeased.
Everv ono making a cash purchase eCo
Co cents at T. D. King & Co.'b cigar
store gets a chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prizes.
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
For best quality coal and wood , call
on Gleason , l0 ! IVarl street.
A MjMerlnuH Order.
There was jesterday posted up at the
transfer an order exacting from every
employe of the Union Pacillc a state
ment as. to whethor.ho had ever been in
the service of thp United States army
or navy. This order is a conundrum to
the employes. Some feel that it in none
of the I'ompany'b business whether they
ever served in the army or not , and
clare they will not answer the query.
There arc various colijocturoH as to why
such a statement is required. Some
think that the Union Pacific proposes
showing its love for votcrans by favor
ing thorn with the bc&t portion * and
largest employment. Others held just
an opposite opiliion. They claim that
the management thinks that soldiers
bailoi'H of the late war are by this time
pretty well , ubcd up ph fcicully" , "us "u
class , and that younger and more vigor
ous men are desired. The order lias
created quite a commotion , coii.siderlng
the simplicity of the requirement. It
is an easy order to obey , and jot there
is quite a disposition on the part of
many to disregard it. They cannot
but ask "why ? "
Collecting Had Hills.
L. Bcals , agento'fSprague's collecting
agency , was in the city yesterday se
curing members and explafning to the
business men the pcculinr methods em
ployed in. collecting the apparently un-
collectable. The system is decidedly
novel and it must prove effective. It
bus been M > extensively tried by the
leading linns in other cities and comes
so strongly recommended that it needs
but a glance at its workings to secure
business here. Merchants and business
men desiring an effective method of
collecting bad bills and VoU'ng
themselves ngainst others , should inter
view Mr. Beals or address him at the
Omaha otlico , 1518 Douglas street. In a
short time there will be an ollleo estab
lished by him here.
y TiunllltiK <
James Bradley , superintendent of tljo
fire alarm , came near meiitlng with a
serious accident yesterday morning.
Ho was engaged in moving a pole on
North Main street and had climbed to
the top to unfasten the wires. As soon
as the last ono was loosened , the pole ,
which was forty feet high , began to fall.
The redoubtable "Jim , although pos
sessed of considerable nerve , was
greatly excited at the prospect of having
his head used as a triphammer on the
paving , but he did not dare to let go ,
mid was afraid to hold on. Had not a
friendly guy wire been in the wnv , it is
very probable that the fall would have
The District Court.
The Cnrrigg contempt case was sub
mitted to the court at 5:30 : o'clock hibt
evening. The forenoon was occupied in
examination of witnesses , but nothing
of especial moment was elicited.
Judge Loofbourow has the case under
consideration. There is much differ
ence of opinion as to what the verdict
will be. The ease of the state vs. Mrs.
Amy for contempt of court will bo
called this morning , after which the
case of Overtoil vs. Haincs will come in
for" its share of the court's attention.
The Superior Court.
The damage case of Will ms. vs.
Rothery Avas continued ycsterdffpin the
superior court. The arguments wore
partially completed last evening * when
the court adjourned until 10 o'clock this
morning. The case will bo submitted
to the jury to-day. Wynster & Limit
appear for Rothery , and W. J. Smith is
looking after the interests of the
plaintiff. _ *
A M lit For Knights.
St. Alban's lodge No. 17 , Knights of
Pythias , has elected the following' -
ccrs : C. W. Hicks , P.-C. ; C. Tibbots ,
C. C. ; John M. Scanlan , V. C. ; E. J.
Abbott , prelate ; W. N. Young , M. Of E. ;
A. G. Howland , M. of F. ; A. B. Cook ,
K. of R. andS. ; J. J. Stork , M. of A. ;
C. W. Hicks , E. M. Mottaz and J. Scan-
Ian , trustees.
Knnsiis Doesn't Count.
There has been a general impression
.hut tlko decibion of the Kansas prohibi-
, ion cases was a black eye for the Coun-
Sl Bluffs cases. Attorney C. Haldane ,
ho has been so vigorously defending
n the cases hero , does not seem to liavo
est any of his hopefulness. He says
, hero is no similarity in the cahes , as
, he decision cuts no special figure in the
, owa cases.
Twin Brother Encampment No. 42 ,
. O. O. F. , has elected the following
officers for the ensuing year : C. C.
Taylor , G. P. ; I ) . G. Brcnncman , S. W. ;
Theo. Beckman , II. P. ; H. R. Jones' , J.
W. ; J. F. Spare , treasurer ; M. Delmont ,
secretary ; G. H. Jackson , S. S. Keller ,
and G. F. Smith , trustees.
Judge Connor wab in the city yester
J. N. Casady lias returned from
Jack Walters of Harlan , was in the
J. O. Johnson , of Module , was at the
M. Geese and lady , of Neola , were at
the Creston yesterday.
Charles Baughan is among his old
Council Bluffs friends again.
Nick Frit/ , now of Pentlop , Nob. , is in
the city vibiting his old friends.
Colonel MeKissock , receiver of the
Wabash , arrived in the city yebterday.
Mr. W. W. Loomis and wife left for
Chicago last evening , over the Burling
Captain Mel. Follett has removed to
Moline , III. A few days ago ho received
a severe sprain and as a result found the
transaction of business an impossibility.
Ho may not return.
The following gentlemen are in the
city doing committee work for the gen
eral conference of the Methodist church
to which they are delegates from their
respective districts : 1) . S. Sigler. Corn
ing ; L. M. Shaw , Corning ; Rev. T. N.
Stuart , Clarinda : Rev. W. F. W. Cozier ,
Indianola ; Rev. W. S. Hooker , Creston.
There seem tobo no now developments
in the Fnirmoimt park affair. Those who
arc credited with planning an attack
upon the city's title to the park nro evi
dently quietly at work , or not working
at all on this line.
We are now prepared for the
HOLIDAY TRADE \
Our inuncnbu buildings are packed full ol
BEAUTIFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS
In our line , mul nt prices that will defy com
petition.Vo Rtinrantco our pood.s to bo Juhl
as wo represent them , llfcaso pivo us a i-al !
whether you wiph to buy or not , and brln
your friends with you. It is no trouble to
show our poods. Respectfully ,
C. A. BEEBE & CO.
OGDEN BOILER WORKS
CAUTKU&jW , rrop'u.
Manufacturer * of
All Kinds of Steam Bo.'lers & Sheet Iron Work
Orders by mull for repairs promptly attendee
to. tUtlsftictlon Kuurunteed. Wth Avenue. Ad
drers Ogilou Roller Works. Council IllutTs , Ion a
PAINLESS ALCOHOL * ,
OPIUM AND MORPHINE CURE
The Alcohol , Morphine and Opium habit'Ab
solutely Cured without interfering lth the
patleiU'a dally avocutlon. Correspond with o
cll on DR. F. P. BELCINGER.
6U llroartway. Council UluBB , Jo.-
. AH correspondence conUdcntial. ' . '
DISCOUNT SALE !
NO ADVESTISING SCHEME TO WORK OFF OLD GOODS BUT
MADE NECESSARY BY OUR REMOVAL TO ANOTHER LOCATION ,
TWENTY -PER - CENT CUT OFF !
ON THE FOLLOWING GOODS :
PICTURES ; EASELS , PASTELS , FRAMES , ENGRAVINGS , ETC , ,
Mail Orders Promptly Filled at Same Discount , Goods Marked in Plain Figures ,
W. W. CHAPMAN ,
05 & 107 MAIN ST. , : : : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
Until January 1 5 We Give
A Valuable Present.
With Every Purchase of
$10 and Upwards.
MAIL ORDERS INCLUDED.
Council Bluffs Carpet Co.
DO YOU INTEND TO BUT
SO , S'O'VxT' IS
IANOS-THE FUM.KST. . HICIIKSTTOSK. . I OWUNS-HMOOTII.IN . , TOSK. .
lAMM-Tlll ! I.ITKST SlVMiS IN . ( ! . * SK . ( ItOANS-Klll.I . IN VOMIJIII. . .
| AM)8 TUB MOST IlKAUTIfUI. I'l.Msll. I QUO VNS-lh.UUNTI.V KlMSIFKD CASES.
We Dcly \ \ \ Competition and Challenge a Comparison . of Goods and 1'rlcca
' With Any HOIIHO In the Wost.
SEE US BEFORE YOU PURCHASE !
k SWANSON MUSIC COMPANY , 329- WEST BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . IOWA.
CJPr.CIAL advertisements , suchns To tFound ,
J To Loan , Tor Sule , To lleut. Want * . Hoarding ,
etc. , wllllio Inserted In this column t the low
rate of TEN t'KNTS I'KU UNIIfor tliotliht la
pel tlon and Five Cunts I'cr Line for euoh tmb i > -
meiit Insertion. I.vuvo ndvertliementh at our
) fllc No. K 1'earl Street , near liroudwuy , Coun
cil lllullH , Iowa.
HF.XT I.HTBO front room on Mynstcr
FOR between 7th cud Hth.
ANTED Situation as bookkeeper , type
writer or cojiyist. Address A 7 , Ilee oftlre.
Omnlwami Council llluilspiop-
EXCHANGE land for blocks of iner-
clwndlse. Cull on or ndilress J. 11. ChiUtlon ,
fjl llro.idway , Council Illulls , la.
Job at dry plekliiR ehlck-'ns ai
WANTED Address N. , Kevere liouhe , Con
A nickel-plated Chatelaln watcli , rlh-
IORT nttiiclied. la-turn to II 7 , lleo ollico ,
Kellable foreman to takn rliariro
WANTKD laylnfc. Apply at once. J.C. Lee ,
160 Upper Uroadway , Criuncll niulls.
TJIOIl'llDNT-Sult of rooms Dutiable for light
J ? hotihekccplng. .Inquire 41 Main
1J1OII KENT Farms The land heretofore
J ? known aa Tun Uoley's , near Mlnden. for the
season of 1SSH. In tract of l. 1M ) or JUKI acres.
All choice lands and well Impnncd. Horace
K SALE OK EXCHANOK-Kmilly of 1'S
shares in JelTiles syndicate. Inijulre of
"Udell llros. Ic Co.
AH klnas of sewlnp mnchliiPH to
WANTED Work promptly ] and honestly done ,
Charges reasonable. Domestic olllce 105 Main st
KENT Five furnli-lied rooms , chenp.
FOH , . ( . Maithall , KKI Fourth ave. , city.
OK SALE Very cheap for cash , or would
F exchange for Council llhiirs or Umaha prop
erty , n retal stock of boots and shoes valued at
abtmt M.OUO. CM at store , No. WW Ilroadu ay , or
address K. Mat tin , sumo number , Council
CUW KENT Houses In all parts of the city by
J ? JoluiHton A ; Van I'.itten , ill Main st.
K KENT Houses and furnished rooms. J.
F0 11. Davidnou tiiri Fifth avenue.
BALK Second-hand Columbia bicycle
FOll cheap , fCMnch , at lice olllce.
BUILDIKU lots and acre property for bale by
K. J. Day , DU I'eorl ht.
Oil KENT A finely furnished froi loom ,
flr&t floor , in private residence nei
louse , Water in room , Ucliled and heated.
Larue closet. References required. Address II.
flee olllce , Council muffs.
RARE CHANCE ! MUST BE SOLD !
The desirable residence or business
know/i as the 1'owvrs I'lnre nn Upper IJioa
way opponlte the M. E. churyh. Will positively
bo j-old within the next thrrfy 'Vlays. Terms :
One third ciioh , balance fti one and two years.
Address bids to '
Omaha , Neb. , 1.117 and UIU Doiik'las St.
Trotting - Stallions
FOR SALE CHEAP !
STANDAHD. UNDKIl HULK 0.
WADE GARY. Cornell Blnfe
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
6dO Broodwftv' Conncll Waffs , Iowa. Established
1H57. , '
D. H , HcDANELD & CO. ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KO and fSi Main Strcet.Councll niuffs.Iowa.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
bioartwuy , Council Illuffs , Opp. Diuwny Depot.
HorseH nml ninlot constantly on hand , for
suit * lit retail or In car load lotn.
Outers promptly filled by contract on short
Stock sold on commission.
Telephone 114. SCIIhUTRH & IHM.EY.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council lilutTs.
NEW FALL STYLES OPEN ,
1514 DOUGLAS STREET - - -
CRESTQN HOUSE ,
Main Street , Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Es
cape. Electric Call Bolls.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonable ,
MAX MOHN. Proprietor.
WM. WELCH ,
Carriage and Express Line ,
OFKICK 015 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Telephone. Xo. in.
All calls from District Telegraph Oflico
promptly attended to.
IF YOU GO TO MISSOURI VALLEY
STOl' AT THU
St , ELMO HOTEL !
Sample Rooms Attached.
W. U. IRWIN , Prop.
CHRI8TMAS WARES !
Large' MIIC at Krasonalilc Figures.
THE CHINA MAN
No , ) Ma'n St. , Cuuucll IlIutTe , low * .
A CLEAN SWEEP FOR DECEMBER
GREAT REDUCTIONS WILL BE MADE AND A SAVING FROM 15
TO 33 PER GENT GUARANTEED ON ALL PURCHASES
AT HENRY EISEMAN & CIVS
PEOPLE'S ' STORE ,
Shawls , Shirts and. Knit Underwear Cloaks and Suits marked down for thin
mai'licd down for this week's sieeial week's sale.
Blankets , Quilts and Linens marked
Ladies , Missus'and Children's Hosiery , down for this week's speeial Mile.
Gloves and Corsets marked down lor
' Wo Keep Everything. Our block ia
this week's great spceial talc.
most eompleto and our prices insure a
Men's Furnishing Goods and Under sale every time.
wear marked down for this week's .
Every $11.00 halo entitles you to A TICKET
special good for one ehanee in our ONK mm-
Men's , Youth'sand Boy's Clothing , the DKKD GKAN1) ( UFTS Which WO five
largc&t , finest mur > best block in the away January 10th , 188S. i
city to seleet from , for less money by Parties coming from a distance to trudo
! i3 per cent than inferior goods are with us will got a part or all of tliolr
sold hero in this market. Come to "KAlLltOAD FAUI : refunded , and their
the Popular People's Store and buy goods delivered to their homos free ol
your goods. ehargo.
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AND
Send or como to us and see how much J Our monthly Buttorick's catalogue sent
money you can save from ordinary I free to any one sending their nuinei
local retail prices and address.
HENRY EISEMAN & CO. , .
PEOPLE'S STORE ,
314 , 316 , 318 & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : : IOWA.
SPECIAL SALE !
OF CLOAKS , LADIES' UNDERWEAR COM
FORTS , BLANKETS , ETC. ,
MONDAY , NOVEMBER 28TH.
We shall offer a large stock of Cloaks and Lartiesv Wnips , and
Ladies' Underwear at .about HALF their value. You
will get your gift in the value of your yurchase
and without the uncertainty of chance.
This sale is to clean out this part of our stouk , 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 IH HALF.
THIT IS THE OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVE BEEN
REMEMBER THE PLACE ,
HARKNESS BROS. ,
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