Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 23, 1888, Page 6, Image 6

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THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
OFFICE , NO. 12 PI3AHISTIIEKT. .
BtllTered by Carrier In Any I'rt of the City at
i Twenty Cents rcr W cc. ]
H.W.TILTON MANAGER ,
TELEPHONES *
JinsiNitM Orrics , No. 3.
Nionr EDiTOH , No. S3.
MINOU MENTION.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
New spring goods at Keller's.
The republican club meets this evening.
Scdrlck Mowcry and Ellen B. Lawrence
have been licensed to wed.
Officer Heswlck has obtained a Icavo of ab-
Bcnco for a few elays , and his place on the
upper Broadway boat ! filled by Patrol
DrivcrNlcholson. PctoKuyUcndall answers
nil calls for the "hurry up" wagon while the
change is In effect.
TholadlcBof the P. E. O. cleared 5127 by
their recent entertainment. Mr. I. M. Troy-
nor generously donated his services , ami
other participants wcro likewise kind In
helping the ladles swell their charity fund.
The now operatives at the knitting factory
nro learning rapidly , nnd it is thought that
nil the machines will bo started nbout the
first of the month. At present there are
twenty-eight machines In position , nnd seven
mflro will bo added , requiring in all about
fifty operatives.
The body of n fully matured negro Infant
was found In an old gunny-saclt on Avenue
C Satnrday by seine dirt haulers. It had
evidently ucen thrown thcro with the ex
pectation that it would bo covered with dirt ,
and no ono would bo the wiser. The coroner
was summoned , nnd gave It in charge of
k Morgan , Keller & Co. , with Instructions to
bury it. No inquest was held , but the mat
ter will bo Investigated nnd nn attempt made
to discover the Identity of the parties con
cerned.
The boozers seemed to bo out on a general
fill-up after the democratic caucuses Satur-
elay night , and the hoodlum wagon was kept
busy from 2 o'clock In the morning until day
light. Hilly Mnloney , J. Smith , Walter Cass ,
William Scott. J. F. Frederick and an un
known w'cro all registered at the cooler in
tune for ureakfast yesterday morning. Miv
loney paid ? * .GO for his fun and was released ,
The others were short of cash , nnd will como
up for Judge Aylcsworth's consideration this
morning.
An upright piano , bought one year
ago at factory , will bo for sale for ono
wcok at $175 , ns thp owner must soil at
onco. Piano can bo soon at Suranson
Music Co.'a.
Sheafo loans.monoy on real estate.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
A full line of crockery and glassware
at Lund Bros. , No. 23 Main street.
For all female diseases consult Drs. Moscr &
Van Ness opera house block , rooms 4 and C ,
Council ItlulTH. Correspondence solicited.
ItustlcrH Tar Trade.
The Domestic Sowing Machine com
pany take , the lead. The lightest run
ning anel the most durable machine
made. Terms to suit any one. Call.
105 Main btrcot.
Try Vienna ( lour at Parka & Son.
Every sack guaranteed.
1'crKomil
\V.W. Loomis loft for Chicago last evening
over the Northwestern.
Judge Deciner Sundaycd at his homo in
Red Oak. Ho will return this morning.
Jessie , the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Foster , is severely ill with lung fever.
Nixon Waterman , editor of tflb Hellector ,
was called to Crcston Saturday by the illness
of his mother.
Rev. J. U. ICisk and wife , of Atlantic , are
In the city .tho guests of their daughter , Mrs.
W. 11. W. Rces , on Fletcher avenue.
Mrs. Harry Hoist went to Missouri Valley
Saturday evening to visit her sister-in-law ,
Mrs. James Amy , daughter of Mr. Frank
Guiltar , of this city , who is very ill.
Miss Cora Farnsworth leaves to-day for
California. While there she will visit Mr.
nnd Mrs. Metcalf. of this city , who are so
journing on the Pacific coast. She will bo
absent some time , and hopes that the change
will greatly improve her health
Largest stock of wall paper over seen
in the city. Picture frames made to
order. Very latest designs in cornice
mouldings , fl. P. Niles , 402Broadway.
Oldest firm in this line in the city.
Sewer connections and house sewers
laid by N. Y. Plumbing company.
Piles cured with certainty. Drs.
Moser & Van Ness , Council Bluffs , la.
For two days wo .will sell Loomis &
Alloli corn below cost. Call for prices
at Parks & Son.
You Cnn If You Will.
Are you Interested In locating a Chautau-
qua assembly at Council Bluffs } If so , wil'
you belli the work now ! The efforts of the
few have brought the matter to a point where
the prompt support of our citizens makes pos
Bible the successful launching of this grand
cntorpriso. Wo must have J30.000 pledged
before wo are Justillcd In commencing worli
on the grounds. Between 120,000 , and ? 25,000
tico already subscribed to the stock. Thcro
Bhould bo no delay in action. If wo start
this enterprise wo should do It right , on a
plan commensurate with our facilities. There
Is none too much time to lay out the grounds ,
erect buildings and provide for the opening
season of ISS'.t. A programme must also be
prepared , uud in this wo must have the best
that can bo secured. Wo should arrange
this programme early , before the best in-
* D true tors , lecturers , etc. , have made their
engagements. .Wo must say to these ar
ranging our programme , "Secure the men
wo need , " not with the condition , "Get the
best men If you can pet them for a mere
eoncr , " but out of tbo intelligence of the
world make our choice , with the Instruc
tions , "Qest these men wo will provide the
means. Sea that you secure the bestOn
euch a basis future success is certain.
This Choutautiua assembly means every
thing to the welfuro of this city.
It means drawing to us a people whoso ac-
qudmtuncQ wo desire , and will glva us a
name respected throughout the land. It
moans the covering of our bluffs with beau
tiful dwellings , and filling our glens with
abodes of the educated and rcllncd. It means
100,000 strangers to como and spend the sum
mer days with us. It means strengthening
the character and elevating the educational
tone , not only of our own people , but of ovcry
community in'.tlio west with which wo shall
bo brought in contact. It means a thousand
tilngs ) for our benefit wo cannot mention
here , aud it means not ono to work us harm.
It is the purpose to raise tlOO.OOO for a
Cliautauiiuui such as our city and our facll-
Hlc deserve. If $10,000 moro bo pledged this
rveek the work can and will bo commenced
, ( onco. If you will help , do not wait for
omo person to cull on you. but call on and
ciivo your subscriptions with K L. Snugart ,
Jl. F. Uohror , L. Wells , F. O , Qleason , F. J.
Jay , John McGee , K. H , Odoll , II. Ij. Rhep-
rrrl , Thomas Onioer , Frank Cook , I , . W. 'Pul
leys or the subscriber. But if a subscription
paper is presented to you , do not hesitate to
lift every pound you can. If every man along
the line now elocs his best , wo carry the
heights for the grand cause this week ,
Uccder , will you help ! J. K. lUiiKXEfcs ,
Secretary.
Warburton & Iwarsen , fashionable
nrcsiinukers , No. 82 Pearl st ,
Union Abstract company , 230 Main street.
For ale cheap. Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad
dress or call on J , n. Rico , No. 110
Main street , Council Bluffs.
For three days Park * It Boa will jm
to every cuatomor who buys $2 worth ot
groceries a cue of Plait1 * sujjar corn.
" STOn AGE Good rooms ,
rates , at J. K. Scydor' * ecnmt ! lao
( iousa , Pearl street.
TfiE NEW CHURCH OPENED
,
St. Francis Xavlor's the Scene of
Imposing Coromonlos.
A DISPUTE OVER A CHILD.
Mule Mniul PrntUcB Her Preferences
The Council Meet To-NlRht The
Cliiuitnuqun Personal 1'arn-
graphs Little Bits of News.
New Catholic Church.
The opening of St. Francis Xnvler'scburch
dcmniuls more tlmn n passing notice , for It
marks nn Important period In the history of
a jrreat religious organization , ll represents
the icsults of many years of effort and is the
realization of the hopps which have been the
Inciting motive of these yearn anil effort.
Nineteen years ago Hev. B. 1 * . McMcnomy
was appointed to the Catholic parish of
Council Bluffs. Ihls was his fourth pastor
ate. The parish was then constituted of
about sovTiity families , having been built up
by the Jesuit fathers. The possessions were
then located In fourteen acres , ( what Is How
the Clausen property ) and a small church
building on Pearl street. As the parish
prow this church was enlarged , and until now
it has served as the place of worshop
for a great church orgnnbatlon. During the
earlier years Father McManomy had charges
of ten counties \vcstcrn Iowa. With two
or three exceptions ho buildeil till the
churches on the Chicago , Burlington &
Quincy road in the state. Ho has baptised
4,000 persons nnd seen his own pariah grow
from that very snuill beginning to one of SOU
families , or nbout two thousand souls. This
number docs not embrace the seventy or
more families who have split oft from the
original body and now constitute the German
Catholic church. During the earlier years
the church ha no schools , and but indifferent
accessories for prosecution of its labors.
The society now has two schools , an Institu
tion doing good hospital work ( which has
good prospects of owning the buildings they
now occupy ) and the elegant cdillco which
was yesterday opened for use. Whatever
may bo said of Its liberality unit progressive-
tiess in religious thought , this can bo said In
praise of the Catholic society. In material In
terests and Investments for advancing the in
terests of its religion and philanthropy
it stands at the very head among the
irganlzatlons of the city. Of late years the
.ruuous . labors before performed by Father
iIcMcnomy have told upon him , affecting his
ihysical condition and somewhat Impairing
ils activity , especially in pulpit nnd parish
vork. Fur nearly four years ho has been
.ssistcd by Father Haley , who has proved an
, blo man and won a popular place in the
icarts of his people. Now the health of the
icnior priest has so Improved that ho will bo
; blc to enter his work with greater activity
nd effectiveness. For soinu time past there
jas been a feeling throughout the state that
, ho northwestern portion should bo set apart
md a separate diocese created embracing
, his territory. This feeling , which Is born
argely of the liecessitics which inheres in
he organization of church work , Is so strong
hat without doubt a division will be made ,
n this event doubtless the scat of the bish-
iprie will bo here and Father Me. , as cvery-
me delights to c.ill him , will be the resident
lialiop.
St. Francis Xavier's church was duly
pencil ycstci day and with most imposing-
leremonies. The structure was not dcdi-
'ated ' , as this ritualistic solcmni/ation is 1m-
lossible when the structures is incmnbered
j.V debt. It is mores than probables that when
ho dedication occurs it will bo as a cathe-
ral.
During the early hours of the morning vis-
.ors from the rural districts , and from
ibroad , arrived in large numbers , and when
, he time arrived for the beginning e > f the cx-
jrciscs there were fully live thousand people
ilong the line of inarch. At 10 o'clock the
ino formed upon Pearl street \Villow avc-
luo and proceeded in the following order :
Jand of the A. O. H. of Omaha , the Omaha
ilivision of the A. O. H. ; the Dun-
Jap division of the same and the local division ;
Fifth Ucgimont band chorus for tflu
day the children from the Catholic
ichools with teachers ; the children's
iodulity ; the children of Alary ; the German
Catholic society ; Mayor Itohrer ; St. Francis
iociety : members of the church and atten
dant visitors. While the procession was
forming the sacred vessels of the sacrament
ivero taken from their former repository in
ihe old church , and with due ceremony berne
by the clergy without the walls. Hero they
were covered by n beautiful new canopy ,
made of white and cherry colored silk , beau
tifully fringed and inscribed with gold bull
ion. The cauopy was berne by Messrs.
Sharlcs Paschal , Henry Paschal , J. F. Mul-
: uiccn and T. B. Hughes. The priestly cortege
ege was constituted of five boys bearing the
emblems of the altar and twenty flower girls
dressed in white and wearing beautiful gar
lands of llowers. Each bore a basket of cut
flowers and the path to the church was
strewed with these emblems of beauty and
isurity.
Arriving at the church , that stiucturo was
soon filled to its utmost capacity. Probably
1,200 persons found scats and crowded the
aisles , vestibule and gallery. After the con
secration of the vestments of the altar ana
the robing of the bishop pontifical hign mass
was sung by Bishop Bonucum , of Lincoln ,
Neb. Father Zlglcr , of St. Louis , acted as
arch-priest , Father Haley as deacon , and
Father Adolph as sub-deacon. Father
Dowling , president of Criechton college ,
acted as master of ceremonies. Hayden's
third mass in D was rendered by the
choruses , and in a manner most creditable.
The solos were rendered by Mrs. M. J.
O'Nicl , Mrs. A. Dai-rough , Mrs. F. Dillon ,
Mrs. J. P. Murphy pnd J. B. Doyle. Mr. J.
Schenck , of Dayton , O. , acted as director.
Hov. Dr. Phelan , of St. Louis , delivered a
very able and interesting discourse , selecting
as his subject : "Why are not all Catholics ! "
After a brief introduction , ho said : "I do
not wish to speak of the stagnation among
protcstunt Christians. In twcnty-flv.o years ,
with resistless outward rush , they completed
the conquest of the Germanic world. Then
they relupsea into inactivity nnd remained
o for ! WO years. They absolutely did noth
ing , We Catholics can readily understand
the rapid rise and equally sudden subsidence
of protcstant labor and result. Wo can
understand the great , the sudden uplift. We
understand it was but n symptom of disorder
in ecclesiastical circles. What astounds us
In considering the matter is that the great
Catholic church did nothing to offset this
activity. With the rare attractions which
win alfhands and subjugate all hearts it
stood iuly by. That which was at first the
mighty church , which won nations in a day ,
was seized with inactivity. It cannot be
that It was decay. In one province of the
world the church IB great. In Italy , Franco
ana Spain she makes no progress. In
England , Germany and America she
exhibits bomo of her wonted vitality , butovcn
hero how halting Is her step and how short
Is her arm in comparison with the majesty of
her fotmcr mien and the sinewy strength
which raised up nations to the glory of our
God and his Chrlbt. In these- days a whole
nation was converted In the life of a slnglo
apostle. Hero in the nineteenth century we
behold the spectacle of ono half tha worlO
lying In a state of unconvcrslon , These na
tlons Imvo no formalized opposition to the
church and yet she * docs not. gain , Let us
seek for an explanation , not only inside bir
outside the church , Ono favorite explanation
IB that every nation selects that religion that
is best suited to its own peculiar demands.
Another Is that different ages demand and
create different religions , L t tills bo as it
may , there are thinking Catholics who find
this question of Catholic stagnation a puzzle.
There Is a popular idea that the people
ple are opposed to couvoislon , but
thcro Is little evidence to prove the
fact. * * There are occasional , evi
dences of change of religious thought. Hut
see what the church was. In apostolic days
ono servant of Christ baptised 8,000 and an
other 5,000. Whola nations were brought to
Christ , But thers U a cause for this inac
tivity , and we will find it , not in the gospel ,
but in the nature of the paopln where we
preach it. The refusal of the people to hear
the { oapel as wo preach it U avMsnce of
aiwiUcy from God. The vrorldhas co pleas
ure in God. The cluirch finds thtt rtinlculty
thkt tUo apostle * never had. They had sim
ply to ooirect erronei-u * Ideta concerning
Clod td the pUa of saUatloii , while wo have
to f.fiu ihe ! .n ) , a Ml an abicluto dlibeliel
et. t. ic iu ! x ! t ncof ( ] fled , Tlioy < JU nut
bAve , at YTS Jo , to clvfc stn\i UilB to ttV.e the
plica of conscience 'nnd tnuraU. They
pi'fichod tbo word , the people hiMni , < :
ccpted tLu cetiinuobi stud leapt J Witt Joj
, rtat they could bo mndo partakers ( a tbo
ricsscdrtcss of salvation. The world to-day
h&n parted company with natural'
cllgion. Wo have lost our faith
n the supernatural , that upon
which the world Is built. Take away the
supernatural and the church rests upon noth-
ng , but belief in the supernatural is our
ground of faith , the foundation of all truth.
The world Is not disposed to listen to truth If
that truth is not agreeable. The world of
out day studies. Wo arc great students.
Wo have as many scholars as there were
men in the world in the days of the apostles.
Wo have millions of men who pursue every
avenue of scientific speculation. Where
there was ono In the olden time there arc
now 10,000. That wo arc deep student * is
evidenced by the branches taught and
studied. The paradox uttered by St. John Is
almost literally fulfilled. "Tho world is full
ot books , " nnd they arc good books , too , cov
ering every line of science , literature and
art , and though the people study nnd write
nnd teach , always learning , yet they MO
coming no nearer to the knowledge of the
truth. Why Is the Inlletcltty ot this ago so
slupglshl It has not developed n point in
three hundred years. It teache < v the same
antagonism to God and truth that Payne
taught.
The scientific world has no reverence for
truth. It treats it as a servant , not as n
master. There Is no loyalty In the world.
It stands In Inactivity when It might nnd
ought to embrace nnduo saved. Truth be
gets truth , nnd truth bus n divine light that
dominates the intellect and Illumines the
soul. The modern , scientific world Is slug
gish. It knows there can bo no effect with
out n cause ; no design , without n designer ;
no building without n builder , and , vet , know-
Inc all that , they refuse to acknowledge the
truth that the world owes Its existence to nn
Intelligent Creator. They Hud in their own
licarts a lack of gratification which can only
come from nn intelligent God , nnd without
this knowledge the mysteries of thq human
.heart arc uusolvablc. Such a position ns this
supposes the author of all things to bo a
moiihtcr , which involves a'solf contradiction.
They say they live for nnd have thp approval
of conscience. That tribunal for whose ex
istence wo arc in no way responsible ; which
is always In session ; which has no vacation ,
nnd whoso last cdiet.shall bo that the sbul
shall vacate its house of clay. Infidels take
refuge in the irresponsibility of human na
ture. They ask us : What Is truth I They
toll you it is u senseless abstraction. Why
you might as well ask what , is.touch or small.
Truth is the atmosphere in 'which ' the soul
lives. It is just as essential to the life of the
soul as air is to the life of the body. The
man who asks this question through life has
parted company with his better self. The
speaker criticised severely the position of
the prominent scientists upon this question.
He said the reason why the great masses of
men embrace protcstaut religions instead of
the Catholic faith , which ho said was the
only "true faith , " was because it was easier.
In a protcstant church ono could practice
things which would not bo admlssablo in the
Catholic church. Ho characterized the
practice of divorce as condcmnnble. Ho
said : "All protcstants are in heresy
and schism. Wo have the gospel of Jesus
Christ. They have not. Our religion is a
divine institution. Thcir's is a human pro
duct. Wo preach it on the corners of the
street ; write it , speak it nnd teach It , and yet
thcro is no advance. Protestants nro good
rcasoners. They have accepted , without
question , certain postulates that have comedown
down to them. The world Is full of claptrap.
Thcso principles have como down to them
from the sixteenth century. They have
never examined them , if they did they
would find them to be as base ns wo know
them to be. They talk about liberty of
thought and conscience. Can you put chains
upon your thought and bind it to do your
will ? You may commit wrong by thought ,
though you pivoit no utterance. No man has
the right to think wrong of mo. It is absurd
to say that men may think what they please ,
and it is just as absurd to say n man may say
what he pleases. If Christ has established a
church to bo a tribunal it is not a human
affair. If Ho placed it in the Catholic cjiurch
it is there and it cannot como from anywhere
else , and wo do wrong to think so. If a
Protestant don't like ono church ho takes an
other , and feels gratified by making the
change , and ho never inquires whether that
church is God's church or not. This is the
fatal blunder that mars all the reasoning of
our reasoning powers. Men must come to
know that they cannot obey God nnd join the
church that suits them best , but the true
church. To bo a Catholic ono is obliged to
attend church , to pay debts , to attend confes
sion at least once a year , to bo con
tent with ono wife and that means
a good deal. An unpractical Catholic
is a good protcstant , and a practical
Protestant is a bad Catholic. A man may bo
n good Protestant and do the things which n
Catholic cannot do. That is the reason why
Protestants do not become Catholics. "
At the close of the services a largo collec
tion was tancn to apply on the church debt.
Last evening there was on able lecture de
livered by Hev. Father Dowling , president
of Creighton college , Omaha.
Drs. Moser& Van Ness cure private diseases.
Uooms 4 ana 5 , opera houso.b'lk. Telephone 2TJ.
Travelers ! Stop at the Bechtelo.
The district telegraph Co. serves pat
rons any time of day or night.
Money at low rates on first-class larm security.
Uuinham , Tulleys & Co. . 102 Main street.
E. H. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. OiSlco 500 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
SPEClALTNOTrCES.
NOTICE.
SI'ECIArjaclverttBements , such as Lost , found ,
To Loan. For Sale , 'to Heut , Wanto , Hoarding
etc. , will bo Inserted In tills column at the low
rate of TEN CENTS PElt LINK for the first in
sertion and Klvo Cents Per Line for each subse
quent Insertion. Leave advortltiements at our
offlco. No , 12 Pearl Street , near llroadwuy , Coun
cil lllutls , Iowa.
WANTS.
TT1OU KENT A pleasant 8 room furnished
JL' dwelling with all modern Improvements ,
near business part of city ; line lawn ; references
required. Apply to J , J. Stewart's law office ,
room 8 , Everett ulock.
be bold A new drug stock located In
MUST Nebraska. Inquire of Harle , Unas
Ac Co. , Council IllullH , la.
- good man and his v ife to work
WANTED-A also two farm hands. Apply
ttt Creston house between 8 and a o'clock Tues
day , April 2ith.
FOH HENT First-class piano In good order.
Can bn had at reasonable price. Posses-
slon given May 1st. D. Goldstein , iS8 Ilroadway.
It HKNT Furnished and unfurnished
rooms , 717 Istavo. Hefcrcnceswanted.
T710K BAJjB Very cheap for cash or would e *
JC change for Council llluffs or Omaha prop
erty , a retail stock of boots and shoes valued at
15,100. Call at store No , C20 S. 13th Et. , Omaha ,
or address It. Martin , same place and number.
TmUIlNITUHE-Iiouglit. old and exchanged !
J ? also Htoraue and commission in good , llcht ,
airy.flre-prool bulldlnif. JiKjulru at store No ,
110North 13th st. It. Jlartln , Omaha , Neb ,
- . two experienced aewjr
WANTKD-Atonce. , S. Jllller , 100 Fourth-st , ,
Council muffs *
PlIOLSTKHINQ and Furniture repairing
TJ done neatly and promptly ; work jruuran-
teed. Household goods and furniture Lought
and sold. L. M , Lewis , No , 110 North 13th t. ,
Omaha.
ill BALE At a bargain , 40 acres near stock
- - yards , South Omaha , Neb. , Johnson Sc
Christian. Koom 35 , Chamber of Commerce.
Omaha.
"VHMNTED Blocks of merchandise. Have
V > Omaha and Council llluffa city property ,
nleo western land to exchange for goods. Call
on or address Johnson & Christian , Koom 33 ,
Chamber of Commorco. Omaha.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
PUIOK $15.
Is a thoroughly practical , well made and finely
CnUh d machln * . Combines the VBIIKKOT LET-
, KXAOT ALIGNMENT and IUi'ii > WRIT-
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3J Main St.
LlKUOI.K , NlD.r < Council Ulull. ,
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HE NEW BRIDGE.
SHOWING THE ADVANTAGES OF COUNCIL -BLUFFS.
Largest Stock , METCALF BROTHERS ; Furnishing Goocte/ "
Lowest Prices , Clothing , Hata , Caps , eto. (
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BOTH DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN.
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MANUFACTURER OF
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffe , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
WANTED LOCAL , AND TKAYJSLING AGENTS ON COMMISSION.
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Anel Get That Iteautiful Pattern of
WALL PAPER
I SAW TJ1EUG YESTERDAY.
HE DOES AIL KINDS OF
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
DECOEATINS , WHITENING , ETC. ,
Anel lias None Hut Experienced A Vork men.
No. 1U Pearl St. : : Council Bluffs.
JOHN GILBERT ,
nUHDEH AND DEALKU IN
WIND MILLS ,
IRON AND WOOD PUMPS ,
NO. 521 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : IOWA
R , H , HUNTINGTON & 00 , ,
COMlSffl MERCHANTS.
WHOLESALE
FLOUR , FRUIT & PRODUCE ,
NO. 104 BROADWAY.
A Great Scheme.
Messrs. Cole < k Cole have a device for
the "Quick Meal" gasoline stove that
does away with the smoke and steam of
cookine. No more black walls , no smell
of onions in the hall. Wo can apply it
to any gasoline stove. Several used
last year were eminently successful ,
Call at our store and BOO in use in con
nection with the celebrated Quick
Meal vapor stove. We have a splendid
line of refrifjerators.
COLB < Sc COLE ,
41 Main street.
OFFICER & PUSEV ,
BANKERS.
WO Broadway Council muffs , Iowa. Established
1S5I.
ffF"
NEW SPRING , '
MILLINERY
1514 DOUGLAS ST. , OMAHA , NEB.
OBDENBOILERWORKS : : ,
CAIITER & SON , Prop's.
Manufacturers of
Alt Kinds of Steam Boilers & Sheet Iron Work.
Orders "by mall for repairs promptly attended
to. Satlsfaction'tuaranteed. 10th Avenue. Ad
dress Ofiden Boiler Works. Council Bluffsjowa.
EGAN & KIMBALL ,
PLUMBERS ,
STEAM AND 6AS FITTERS.
No. 662 Broadway , Opera House Block ,
Council Bluffs. Telephone No. 284.
THEO. BECKMAN ,
MANCFACTUnER OF AND DEALEH IN
HARNESS , SADDLES ,
BRIDLES AND COLLARS.
A Full Assortuiont ot Harness Goods Con
stantly on Hand.
Jlcnalrlng Neatly and Promptly Done.
NO. 205 MAIN ST. .
COUNCIL UtiUFPS , : : IOWA
ACCIDENT INSURANCE ,
$5,000 AT DEATH !
(23 weekly Indemnity for injury. Costs but ; 113
per year in the Old Iteilablo United States Mu
tual Accident Association of New York
& ,
Qcneral Agents.
Boom 3 , Opera House Block.
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prlcas. Prompt
Returns.
20 and KS Hftln Street.Councll BluffsTown.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
Droadwuy. Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Ilorsts and mules constantly on hand , for
gale at retail or In car load lots. . .
Orderi promptly filled by contract on short
notice. . ,
Rock Bold on commission. _ , _ , ,
Telephone 1H. BCHLUTEH 4 IIOI.EY.
Opposite Dummy Depot , Council Uluffs
DR. S. STinVAIlT ,
VETERINARY SHRUB
HOSPITAL AND OFFICE 45 FOUETH-ST ,
Council Bluff : , h ,
Veterinary Dentistry a Specialty ,
SPRING TRADE
IS NOW OPEN
-AT-
BEW DRESS GO ODS , SILKS , ETC ,
BEADTIFDL SELECTIONS AMD LOW PRICES
GOODS AS REPRESENTED.
Every one says we have the finest patterns. We know \7d
sell at lowest prices.
REMEMBER THE PLACE ,
401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 1A ,
HARKNESS BRQ'S.
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
1814 St. Marys Ave. , 103 Klain Street ,
OMAHA , NEB. COUNCIL , BLUFFS , IA
A triumvirate of Instruments which cannot bo excelled in tone , beauty of finish
nnd general workmanship.
Royal and Century Organs
Excel nil others in style of ctiso , beauty of finish and volumo.of tono.
Sold for CASH or on MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
All kinds of Musical Instruments , Russian Gut Strings , Shoot Music and Music
Books.
Dealers supplied at Chicago prices. Send for Catalogue.
Our Wcpnrlmenl of TOYS nnd FANCY GOODS , wo nre cloonff |
outut Ion tUuu coil. I > ciilors plctuo ninlto 11 note of this , und get
your coodi cheap.
NATURALIST AND TAXIDERMIST ,
T.
MOUNTS JSIRDB AMD MAMMAI-S TRUE TO
NATURE. AI.JL , WORM. GUARANTEED.
NO , O10 MAIN RTUKKT , : COUNOILi UIiUFFS , I At
Orders taken at I'enroae 4 Harden'o , 8.13tn St. . OmuliB , Neb.
EBTAULIHari ) 1842. INCORPORATED 1S7
CO. ,
MASSILLOX , OHIO , MANUFACTlWrilS.
Especially Declined for
SIZES FROM
MILLS , ELEVATORS
25 TO 250 AND
HORSE ELECTRIC LIGHT
POWER , PURPOSES ,
AUTOMATIC : CUT-OFF : ENGINE ,
Branch House , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
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HEN1 > l-'OH ' OATA1-.OOOE.
E. C , HARRIS , Manager.-
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