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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY- DECEMBER 244 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
NO. 12 , 1'KAIlt. KTUKKT
Dellmed hy rnrrior In nny rnrt f the city nt
twenty tents per week.
II. W TII.TON , - Mnnngir.
Orrirw , No. 4a.
lour KuiTon * ND. 'a.
N. Y. Plumping Co.
Ilcilcr , tailor , Fall goods cheap.
See Chapman's ' pictures for Christmas.
Additional Council Bluffs news on ( .uvcnth
"LoM , In London" will bo presented here
on the -"nil Inst.
The Presbyterians have their Christtniis
entertainment this evening.
The German Catholic ladles arc to rlvc n
quadrille party ut Temple hull on New Year's
eve.The meanest bit of thievery rc | > orted Is
the stealing of the hall lumps , of the Y. M.
The matter of crcrtlng n fiAOKX ! ) hotel on
the present site of the 1'aclllc house is being
The fourth annual party of the Pall Mall
club will be held Monday evening , January
2 , next year.
The students of the Institution for the deaf
and dumb have a social and entertainment
Married Hy Kev. D. H. Coolcy , December
§ , John I. Smith and Miss UcttloC. Uetrich ,
both of this city.
The incoming ofllecrs of the G. A. H. are
preparing for u banquet on the night of their
installation , which will be early in January.
Kobcrt Hagood and Kosu Nccdham , of
Macedonia , and C. W. Amrlno and Ida E.
Williams , of this city , have been grunted legal
leave to wed.
The Congregational Sunday school have
their ChrihtmuH entertainment for the chil
dren this afternoon from 4 o'clock to (1 ( , In the
Jn ono of the show windows at Elseman's
store IB n winter scene. It la .so real that the
beholder gets the shivers and Immediately
goes inside und buys an overcoat.
The city authorities have put the "stccrcrs1'
for clothing IIOUHCB upon the same basis with
hotel runners and have forced them to pay ii
license of fT.ftO each. Two were taken out
Over two hujidred tickets have , been sold
already for the printers' masquerade to
night. The affair is to bu the most successful
annual yet given by the craft , and all arc
looking for an enjoyable time.
If there Is ono thing more than another
that would conduce to the public comfort it
Is the use of a street sweeper. The money
niiccssury to such a purchase would bu well
spent and the people would hall It with joy.
Chris Durr , a farmer living near the Union
Pacific bridge , had n line team of grey marcs
stolen from his stable Thursday night. It Is
said that ho had just sold them to an Omaha
brewing company , and was to havu delivered
them yesterday. A reward of i'5 is offered
for their recovery.
The body of Frank McMahnn arrived yes-
torauy afternoon. The funeral will occur on
Sunday nt ii o'clock p. in. at the homo of the
parents in Hardin township. The
deceased was a member of the Unptist
church of this city , and it Is probable that
Dr , Cooley will ottlciuto in this last service.
E. W. ICappcll has established a purchasing
agency at lift Main street. Any urtlclo that
cannot bo purchased In this city will bo got
in Omaha at a trilling expense. Also small
packages will bo dclivei'ed ' at any place in
that city at a much less expense than would
bo involved in Bending by any other method.
Dally trips will bo made and orders received
before 1 : ! ) o'clock p. ui. will receive attention
the name day.
The Union Pacific is reported as negotiat
ing for the purchase of thirty acres of land
near the. transfer , belonging to W. P.
Webster , and it is supposed the company
wants the tract for freight yard purposes.
There arc numerous plans being laid and the
assurance is given by all the wise proplicts
that the coming year will see such a trans
formation In that part of the city as to make
it unrecognizable to the. old settlers. Ono
contractor predicts that fully live hundred
new houses will bu built on the bottoms in
side of twelve months.
Opium , morphine habits cured. DTI.
BELLINGER , 014 DVay , Council Bluffs.
Holiday goods at Mrs. E. Burhorn's.
Diamonds at Mrs. E. Durham's.
Big choice in Chribtmas Slippers for
a Present to Gentlemen , at Adams' .
Wo have buyers for property that
must be bold. Johnston & Van Patten ,
83 Main street.
The Chicago , Hock Island & Pacific
railway will sell oxeurbion tickets to till
stations at ono faro for the round trip ,
on Dec. 24th , 2.rth. 2 < lth and JUst , albc
Jan. 1st and 2nd , 1888 , good to return on
or before Jan. 3rd.
For best quality coal and wood , call
on Gloason , 2U Pourl _ street.
Largest assortment Warm Shoes al
E. H. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All uusincss strictlj
confidential. OiKco 600 Broadway , coi
ner Main street , up-stuirs.
Evorv ono ranking a cash purchase <
25 cents at T. D. King & Co.6 cigai
store gets a. chance in the annual prize
drawing. Twenty elegant prizes.
A. J. Mcrritt , of St. Paul , was at the Og
H. P. Irwin and wife , of Neola , were in thi
city yesterday , guests of the Kiel house.
Captain A. Overtoil has returned from i
Texas trip , having been there after lumber
J. W. Klceb has returned home. After i
two weeks stay ho will go west to make hi
William Crowley , ono of the most success
ful farmers of Keg Creek , was In the cit ;
Miss Jennie Shoemaker , the young clocn
tionist , is the guest of Justice E. S. U.irnct
. John T. Pugh , Chicago , Hurllnpton J
Oulncy agent at Paeitie Junction , was in th
F. H. Zanuch , of LacrosseKan. . , Is in th
city. Ho is an old time acquaintance of Job
and Pinloy llurke.
QG. E. llarker , of St. Lawrence , Dak. , vra
ut the Kiel house yesterday. Ho starts fc
Hurry Ulrklnbino has returned from hi
extended western trip. He intends startin
Monday for the east. _
H. W. Young , of Sioux City , agent of th
Musslllon Threshing machine company , wu
in the city yesterday.
II. S. Mclntosh leaves for Mcndotu , 111
this afternoon , to t.peud .Christmas wit
iclatlvcs and friends.
Policeman Dyer and wife loft last evcnin
for Chicago , over the Milwaukee. They wl !
be absent about a week.
Miss Hastings , who has been visiting fc
some time with Mrs. Dr. Stillmnn and Mr
Hubcr , left for Hustings , Neb. , ycssterdu
H. M. Simpson , train baggageman of tl
Union Pacific , goes on a visit to relatives I
Valley , Neb. , intending to bo absent aboi
"D. Hoist yesterday received word fro
California that his son , Karl , was bettor , i
ho will not go there unless there should bo
chaugu for the worse.
Kobcrt Tcmpleton , Marion ; Jim Kilde
Woodbine ; J. Park , Jollct. III. ; A. Pellet
Atlantic , and D. Hlgbee , Avow , were at tli
\\Mllliun Anidt , the retiring asslstai
county auditor , will on the Jirst " ' Junuai
cuter upon the duties of u rcsjionsiblo positii
in the Citizou's bunk. Mr. A null Is a , you )
man of many friends and deservedly so. I
has served long und acceptably in the coun
auditor's ofllcfl. and no young man hero h
, H stronger hold upon the esteem and con
dcncc of the public. , .
FROM BLUFFS AND BOTTOMS ,
The New Government Building Prepared -
pared For Cold Weather.
CLOSING SCHOOL EXERCISES.
CtinttliiR Almnt AbMrnct Molting
Jim Hnodilrrly .ArreMril I'm-Arson
Now fiiirMH For CliriMinnH
Dinner In Jnll.
Undo SAIII'N Tlntittr.
The work on the new government building
Is going on but slowly , and it will piobably
bdu.\ear before It is ready for oct'upancy.
The liratlng apparatus Is now In running
order and will be started up as fcoon ns water
connections can bo made. The final connec
tion with the city mains will probably be
imulq Monday. The lower part of the buildIng -
Ing is to he heated by hot uir , and the re-
mafmlcr by steam. The air is furnished by
a fan nnd passes throuish.thrto coiLs of pipe ,
whet'o it Is heated , These cells weifrh about
1'JOO pounds each , nnd contain 10.000 feet of
pipe. It is Iin | * > sslbl to form a correct idea
of the great nmoilnt of piping used In the
but I'd ! tig without seeing it. The bnsemcnt In
particular ' eotns filled with it. Valves buvo
been placed on the different lines * o that
nny particular length can be taken out and
it-paired without interfering with the workIngs -
Ings of the rest. A largo tank is placed in
the cellar to rn-civo the water from the
boilers , thus avoiding the necessity of blow
ing It into the sewers , , which not only makes
a great strain on the sewer walls , but pro
duces a had effect in the way of srwcr gas ,
from the hot water and steam. The boilers
are three in. number , two low nnd ono high
pressure. They aio so m-rungpd that they
can be used separately or jointly , either for
heating purposes or to fin nlsh power. It is
intended to use both of the low pressure
boilers for boating the building , as two boil
ers will furnish more steam from the same
amount of fuel than one. A pressure of live
pounds will bu snlhViont to do the work in or
dinary weather. The limit allowed in
government buildings is from live to fifteen
pounds. The steam and hot air pipes through
out tlio building will bo rovereil with a thick
wrapping of asbosto felting to preserve the
heat. Arrangements huve been made so that
power run bo furnished for elevators and
( lymimns at an.\ time , without making any
alterations. The work of plastering will
probably he commenced in about two weeks.
The grading of the grounds has been com
pleted , and some of the masonry work done ,
prcp.iratory to IHJ ing the walks. The. work
has now progressed far enough so that the
weather \vill have no effect in hindering it ,
as Iho hi'iling apparatus will.hereafter keep
up a summery atmosphere for the workmen.
30 bars of Peisian .soap , $1.00 , at
Troxcll Bros '
Ono thousand lienil of one , two anil
three-year-old steers for sule. Will give
credit to reliable parties. Enquire o
A. , T. Groi'iiainnycr , lilJtf Myiihter t > t.
Entire Hum go in programme nt
Adams' . Call for "Dilemma' ' Free.
J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money.
Fine mixed cnndieb , llo per lb. ,
Troxoll Pro-- . .
Rugh For Christmas. Council Bluffs
Car put ( Jo.
C3 AIIIDIIK the Seliools.
Attho Hill school yesterday afternoon there
were Interesting exercises by the pupils in
iliss Mangum's room. There were us many
visitors as could wall be accommodated , and
the verdict was one full of praise for both
teacher and pupils. Excellent music was
given by Miss Lu Porterlleld , Miss Gcrtio
Gleason and Miss May Tulley.s. The follow
ing is the programme :
Song by the School fro/en Mill.
Recitation Uringing Home the Corn , by
Essay , by Ernst Odell.
Declamation Grant , by John Pool.
Recitation Dells Across the Snow , by
Chorus My Lord Delivered Daniel.
Essay , by Laura Scott.
Select Heading How Girls Study , by Lu
Recitation Christmas , by Minnie Clay.
Song by the School Strike the Harp.
Select Reading Sermon Without a Text ,
by May Tulleys.
Essay Lincoln , by Fnnnlo Swire.
Recitation Somebody's Mother , by Flor
Recitation Pat's Love Letter , by Maurice
Select Reading Gone With a Handsomer
Mini , by Berlin ( .jleason.
Chorus Golden Wedding , by Mary Do Vol.
Select Reading Telephone Conversation ,
by Elsie Hutts.
Recitation Farm Yard Song , by Georgia
Recitation The Wedding Fee , byAnnio
Song by the School Cottage Clock.
Recitation Little Girl's Idea of Life in a
Hotel , by Hattie Honne.
Chorus In do Mornin'by do Bright Light.
Concert Recitation The Duglo Song , by
Dclle Hurkness , Maud Shane , Laura Meyers
and Muttio Clark.
Chorus I've Dceu Llsttning All do Night
Splendid KuslncNs Opening
For the right man who has a capital
of $10.000. For full information call on
or address Forrest Smith , 14 Pearl bt. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
PostofHeo boxes for doors and posts al
Odell & Bryants , 405 Main struct.
Christmas presents , Burhorn's,17 Main
You don't have to buy Shoes to get u
Dilemma at Adams' Free.
An acceptable present at any time i
Domestic sowing machine. Ofllco 1K (
Curtains For Chribtmas. Council
Blullu Carpet Co.
Sofa Pillows For Christinas. Counci'
Bluffs Carpet Co.
Gold pens and pencils at 13. Burhorn's
"Have you noticed the crowd of fellows ii
the county recorder's oftlcof" was one of thi
( merles put to a Hun man yesterday. The re
porter had noticed the crowd , and , Yankci
like , answered by asking another question
"WoU , what of ill"
"There's u good deal of it. You see , thi
new abstract company wants to get up its sc
of books us siHedily as possible , and so the ;
have put on a largo force of clerks and the ;
are all crowded into the recorder's ofllco. Thi
new firm has no rent to pay , but that is nose
so much the matter. The trouble Is that the ;
practically monopolize the records so that an ;
ono else who wants to examine the books ha
a good deal of trouble in doing so. You huvi
to hunt around and llml which ono of th
crowd has it , und then ten chances to ono i
he don't tell you to wait just a minute , ho i
about through with it und all that , BO tbut i
takes about twice the time and several time ;
the bother to get ut the records. "
"Hut the records nro there for public cs
nminutlon and reference , are they not I"
' 'Yes ' , * ! suppose they ftro. I kuow ono mai
has about as much right there us another , bu
n It don't seem fail for one firm to have lifted
men thoi-o all the time. If they have thn
right , then the other abstract linns huvo th
same right , und there is no end to it. Th
public would bo deprived of nil use , pra (
tically , of the recorder's ofllco. "
" \Vcll \ , don't they do the same inothc
' :15y : -limit th
no means. They alwayslimit
number of elcrkn from any ono oflice. The
wouldn't allow hfteen clerks to bo at wor
hi "tho recorder's ofttco , for some private Urn
They ought to limit the number to live , or t
some such number , so ns not to allow th
records of the county to bo monoiwlizcd. "
. "The new company will probably kuoc
the pool to pieces so that prices for abstracts .
wll | not bo BO exhorbltant. wlff they noU"
"Thut'B what they say. but you mark my
wlll'lw very queer If they don't do 'it. The
imbllc will get no such benefit us they expect.
1 iiyj't tdtf fiu j ? ( ocji In that. " *
DofsnM tMVeeoKSr TuMjTole control of
the oftlce and the records , and Isn't he the
ono who ought to kick , if any one I"
"Yes , I suppose so , hut once before there
was Just such n case here. A now abstract
firm put a force of men Into the recorder's
oftlce , nnd placed their desks there , working
day after day. The recorder did not want to
make any objection , for political reasons , but
u roar was made to the board of sujtervifiorB ,
and the recorder was instructed to eut down
the number of clerks admitted to work there.
There'll bo Just such another roar before long
If this is kept up. "
COXSKHVATOUY OK MUSIC.
No. 120 7th Bt. , Council ninth , la.
Mr. Charles Bactona , late of the College -
lego of Music , Cincinnati , has the honor
to announce to his friends and the - pub
lic that he will bo ready to receive pu
pils ut the above institute upon tholstof
January next. Hoyill teach the violin ,
voice , piano accompaniment , ensemble
playing , harmony and composition.
Ladies coming from a distnnce can bo
occoinmodatea with board at the house
with the comforts of a home. For terms
apply nt the above address. References :
L. W , TuHeys. OfficerPusoy , George
Chump , of Kitnbiill & Champ , Robinson
Bros. , C. II. .Unison. V. Badolet , Lyon
& llcaley , Omaha , Mrs. Dr. Brown , Fort
Solid anil plated ware at Burhorn's.
For'C'hristmas gifts go to Kirldand's.
Bargains in heavy pant goods and
overcoatings. Made up 111 the best style
and very cheap at A. Rciter's 310
Insure with Wadbworth , Etnyro A : Co.
Opera glasses at Mrs. E. Burhorn's.
Jim SiKKlilcrly Once More.
Jim Snoihjerly is again in trouble. For
some time ho relieved this city of his pres
ence and has been living in South Omuhu.
Thursday night he appeared here again and
about the same " 'time there came a request
from Omaha to have him arrested If he could
ho found here , as he was wanted for arson
at South Omaha. The officers had little dif
ficulty in linding him , and Jim was soon in
his old place behind the bars. He re fused
to talk about the matter , and \vas quite firm
in his avowal that ho would not go back
across the river without 11 requisition. It is
said that Snoddcrl.y got into a quarrel with
his wife and in his mad desire to get even
with her set lire to his own house. Jim has
_ run quite u career here. It used to be qu'te
the right thing to do to arrest Jim for any
and every sort of n crime committed within
the city limits , and occasionally for sonic be
yond. When the ofllccrs could not learn who
was the perpetrator , they were qulto apt to
run Jim in on suspicion. Ho has been ar
rested more times , and found guilty [ less
times , than any fellow in this neck of the
woods. Jim always laid himself open for
suspicions to stick to him. mid such was the
cause of his getting notoiiety here. At onetime
time Jim got religion , and when he takes
anything ho takes all ho can get. Ho WKS
enthusiastic , nnd his clmngo was a wonderful
one. He cleaned up , got his bible , and went
ho rounds of the saloons , talking earnestly
and honestly to the boys. It lasted but
n-ielly , and soon Jim-got married and went
buck to the bad.
Wnilsworth , Etnyro &Co. loan money
Gold headed caues at E. Burhorn s.
"Hello ! "
"Hollo ! Where's the central telc-
mono ollice V"
"Tho central place to buy good
clothing cheap is ut " '
"That ibn't what I asked. It don't
"SuiU > Oh yes. You can get a first
class suit for almost nothing. "
"You don't understand me. Hello !
There now. Pay attcn "
"Oh , no. You don't have to pay a
on $5 will buy a good working suit ,
mil ten gets you a good working suit
and overcoat at Too Bacharach's. "
"All right. I'll come up. "
Towel racks at cost. Mueller Music
Always at the Front.
Wo have now ono of the most com
plete stock of line and medium-priced
ivatchcsand chains , diamonds , gold jew
elry , fine marble clocks , silver and plated
ware , gold-headed canes , umbrellas ,
opera and field glasses , and all the
standard styles of the leading novelties
of the season. All prices so low ns to
defy nil competition. At No. 27 South
Main street. C. B. JACQUKSIIN & Co.
Troxell Bros , headquarters for Christ
mas poultry. Leave your orders.
T. B. Baldwin sells lots.
Fine jewelry at Burhorn's , 17 Main.
Carpet Sweepers For Glmstmas.
Council BlutTs Carpet Co.
Carpets For Christmas. Council Bluffs
Watches cheap at Kirkland's , 321
Gold and silver watches at Burhorn's.
Beautiful autograph albums and
pocket books at cost. Mueller Music Co.
The VoHce Court.
Business was very good In the police caurt
yesterday morning. The usual grist of
drunks came up smiling to take their medi
cine. Dilly Carroll was fined $3.10 and
Gcorgo White balanced his account for $7.00.
William Ransford , a dirt hauler , paid * 2.10
for not providing proper endgatcs. William
Purreil. a drunk and vag , was sent to the
county jail for fifteen days. The case of
John Burns , charged with vagrancy and
larceny from the store of Spctman Bros , ,
was continued. It seems that Hums wanted
u coat , so he stole a couple , dummies and all ,
and carried them to an alley. They were
secured to the dummies by u chain und he
was unable to frco them. While ho was
loitering ubout the place ho was arrested on
suspicion. The stolen goods are of sufficient
value to make the theft u penitentiary of-
Kirkland will give you bargains in
watches , clocks nnd jewelry ,
Money to loan. Cooper & Judson.
The Central drug store , under J. D.
Stuart , has beei" enlarged und refur
nished with a complete stock of fresh
drugs. Fine holiday books , stationery ,
cutlery and musical goods at low prices.
Wo are now prepared for tbo
HOLIDAY TRADE I
Our immense buildings are packed full ol
BEAUTIFUL AND ELEGANT GOODS
In our line , and at prices that will defy com
petition. We guarantee our goods to bo Jusl
us wo represent them. Please give us u cal
Whether you wish to buy or not , and brlnt
your friends with you. It is no trouble U
show our goods. Respectfully ,
C. A. BEEBE & CO.
DISCOUNT SALE !
NO ADVESTISING SCHEME TO WORK OFF OLD GOODS , BUT
MADE NECESSARY BY OUR REMOVAL TO ANOTHER LOCATION ,
TWENTY PER ENT 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 ,
105 & 107 MAIN ST. , : : : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
For useful Christmas Gifts
call on the Council Bluffs
Carpet Co. , 405 Broadway.
DO YOU INTEND TO BUY
so , 70 * 7- -srcrcm
HNOS THE FUI.I.KST , HIGHEST TONK. OUIIANS SMOOTH IN TONE.
' 1ANOK TlIK I.ATKhT STYLUS IN C VSK3. OlKltNS FULL IN VOI.UMB.
IANOS TUB MOST HKAUTIFUI , FINISH. OltlUNS ElKHANTIY FINISHED CASKS.
We Defy All Competition and Challenge a Comparison or Goods and Prlcea
With Any House In the West.
SEE US BEFORE YOU PURCHASE I
SWANSON MUSIC COMPANY , 329 WEST BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . IOWA.
PECTAIj advertisement * , nuchas LostFound ,
To I.nnn , For Sale , To Kent , Wants , Boarding ,
etc. , will be Inserted In this column at the low
rateofTEN CENTS PEK MNEfor the first In
sertion nnd Five Cento Per Line for each Huhse-
quent Insertion. Leave advertisement ! * at our
ofllro No. 1- Pearl Street , near Ilroadwiiy , Coun
cil Illufls , Iowa.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Apply to 013 Willow avenue.
Young colt , dark bay. Finder re
STKAYKD Huus Anderson , lull S. llth St. ,
H RENT House of H rooms. Good loca
tion. Inquire . T. Cole , 604 Pearl st
TANTED First class gardener , without
> capital , to work extensive garden on
Bhares. First class chance. Address Joseph
Smith , Council Illufls , la.
TT XCHANGE Omaha and Council Illuffs prop-
Sll erty and western land for stocks of mer
chandise. Call on or address J. 11. Christian ,
teO Ilroadway , Council lllulls , la.
T7IOR SALR OR KXCHANGE-Eoutty of 154
X1 shares In Jeffries syndicate. Inquire of
Odell llros. & Co.
TTHIH SALE Very cheap for cosh , or would
C exchange for Council bluffs or Omaha prop
erty , a ret Hi stock of boots and shoes valued at
about M.OOU. Call at btore , No. M8 Hroadway , or
address R. Martin , sumo mimbtvr , Council
HlutlH , la.
FOH SALE Second-hand Columbia bicycle
very cheap , 62-Inch , at llee oIHve.
BUILDING lots and acre property for sale by
F. J. Day , Si Pearl st.
RARE CHANCE ! MUST BE SOLD ! .
The desirable residence or business property
known as the Powers Place , on Upper llnmd- ,
way opjioslte the M. K. church , will positively
be sold within the next thirty days. Terms :
One-third cash , balance in one and two years.
Address bids to
toGEORGE R. BEARD.
Omaha , Neb. , 1317 and IWJ DoiiKlas St.'J
D. H. McOANELD & CO , ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
KM and K2 Maiu S rcct.Councll niuffs.Iowa.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
IJroadway , Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot.
Horses and mules constantly on hand , for
sale ut retail or In car load lots.
Orders promptly filled by contract on short
Dummy Depot , Council Itluffs.
WM. WELCH ,
and Express Line.
i-OlB SOUTH MAIN ST.
Telephone No , 03.
All calls from -District ' Ttkfi-a'ph Offlc *
promptly attended to. "
- GREAT DISCOUNT SALE -
OF 20 PER CENT ON
HATS AND GAPS FOR GASH.
1S14 DOUGLAS STREET. - - - OMAHA
o B 4 M
D R AlADOlfa '
L T 5 N
Trotting - Stallions
FOR SALE CHEAP !
STANDARD , UNDER RULE 8.
WADE CART. - - Conncil Bluffs.
IF YOU GO TO MISSOURI VALLEY
STOP AT THE
St , ELMO HOTEL !
Sample Rooms Attached.
W. D. IRWIN , Prop.
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.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COO Hroodwuy Council Hinds , Iowa. Kuttiblbhed
OGDEN BOILER WORKS
CAItTEIl &SOX , Prop's.
All Kinds of Steam Boilers A Sheet Iron Work
OriU-rs by mall for repair * promptly attended
to. Satisfaction Kuurnnttftil. 10th Avvnue. At }
drees Ogileu Boiler Works. Council 11 lulls , Iowa
401. BROADWAY. 101
See the Beautiful Silk
And Pillow Shams ,
. THE MOST ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
SILKS , ' . GOLD HANDLED UMBRELLAS ,
LACES , TOILET ARTICLES ,
SCARES , CARPET SWEEPERS ,
NECKTIES , TOILET ARTICLES ,
SHAWLS , RUGS AND MAT !
We have a large line of
Which , we are closing out regardless of
former prices. Also a few more
Bargains in Cloaks !
IT WOULD TAKE MORE ROOM
THAN ALL THE NEWSPAPERS IN THE
CITY TO REPRESENT IN PRINT
HENRY EISEMAN & CO.'S
GRAND HOLIDAY MR !
But it is well known that our house contains such a multitude
of items that it is impossible to name them , nor oould
the papers make space to enumerate the
articles now on exhibition.
Each and every ono of our departments will offer thousands of useful
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
\Vo have made every effort to plnco on sale the most attractive nnd useful
at the lowest pobsiblu prices , und we invite inspection and comparison.
Special Handkerchief sale this week at Special bargains in our Art goods
! > c , 5c , lOc , loc , 25o , up to $10. Each partment. Stamped Linens , KnU
and all go at about half price. goods , Underwear. Everything IIHIHti
bo told this week.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufllers in
largo variety. Laces , Embroideries , C'omo to the People's store llr&t and se i
Fichues , Lace Collars. Kid and Fabric . what wo can do for you. iWo i
Gloves. All mubtgoat this great bale.
have the goods and that/ , /
Wo know wo
Cloaks Suits Wraps
. our prices will wivo you money ovorji
Dressing Gowns and SinokingJuckets. time. .
Ladio's Slumber Robes , Japanese t
Smoking Jackets all Silk and Quilted With every $2 purchase you will receive -
at $5 , W , $7.60 to $10. Each a very coivo a ticket for ono chance in ouf/
from lady to a
suitable present a gen .
tleman. 100 grand frco presents.
MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AT- . ,
HENRY EISEMAN & CO. ,
314 , 316 , 318 & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : : IOWA.
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