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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEEll SAT TODAY , MAY 19 , 1888.
0HE ? DAILY BI2E
| COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
OFFICE , NO. 13 PEAIlIj STREET.
Delivered by Currier In Any Part of the City nt
Twenty Cents Per Week.
II. W.TII/TON MANAGER.
JlcgtNK's Orrice. No. O.
Ninni KHiTon , No. 23.
N. V. Plumbing Co.
New spring poods at Heller's.
A flno crayon picture of the celebrated
trotting stallion Cyclone , is on exhibition at
The interior of the Crcston house Is being
grcally improved by the papcrcrs nnd paint-
crs. Max Mohn 13 bound to keep his hotel up
With the beat.
The Stutsmnn street sewer nnd gas mains
nro being put In peed condition preparatory
to the season's grading nnd paving that is to
bo done there.
The Unity Guild sociable that was to have
been held mat cvchlng at the residence of
Mrs. Sllchtcr , C13 South First street , was
postponed until next Tuesday evening.
A deed was filed yesterday by which Addle
n. Smith , of Omaha , conveys to John Hofus ,
of YounpBtown , O. , seven lots in Omaha ad
dition to Council UlnHs , the consideration
Thcro will bo a mcctlnc of the Sons of
Veterans at G. A. H. hall Monday evening
nt 8 o'clock for the purpose of arranging for
memorial services on Decoration day. All
Owing to the races there will bo no ball
game at the park to day. To-morrow after
noon the homo club will cross bats with the
Motz Hros. team of Omaha. The game will
bo called promptly nl 3 o'clock.
Building permits have been issued to
Martin Hughes for nn $3,000 brick residence
In Park addition , and a STCO dwelling in Ten-
ley's addition , and to O. Hango for a $1,000
dwelling in Stutstnan's second addition.
Special communication Excelsior lodge.
No. 2.V.I , A. F. & A. M. , this Saturday , the
10th , for work in the third degree. Every
member is icqucstcd to bo present. Visiting
brethren cordially invited. 13y order of
The stock of clothing and penis' furnish
ing poods at 00(5 ( Urondway , belonging to E.
Corf < fc Co. , of Lincoln and St. Joe is being
packed up for shipment to komo other city.
The clerks feign ignorance as to the destina
tion of tlio goods.
The condition of Miss Lucy White , the
Harrison street young lady who swallowed
three table spoonfuls of concentrated lye
Wednesday morning in the hope of ending
her life. Is very critical , nnd it is feared that
her rash act will result fatally. It is another
love affair with an unfortunate ending.
In the case of the State vs L. C. Ucam for
larceny the defendant was discharged. The
court staled that ho hardly thought the evl-
dcnco sufllcicnt to bind the prisoner over to
the grand Jury , although ho thought that if
any ono was disposed to urosccute the case
the defendant's guilt might bo easily proven.
As no ono was disposed to push the case the
prisoner was released.
The soft places in the roadbed of the motor
line nro being raised to grade and all needed
work done so that as soon as the other motor
arrives and the railway crossings are put in
thcro will bo nothing to prevent putting on
regular cars nnd running at full speed. The
motors will not make regular trips to day ,
but will run to-morrow for the accommoda
tion of all who wish to visit the lake.
Superintendent Ptcston of the Hock Island
nnd B. F. Brayton , cliief engineer of that
road , were In the city yesterday , but were
unable to btny long enough to confer with
Mr. Uecd in regard to the motor line crossing
their tracks on Ninth street. No tiouble is
expected from this quarter , however , and it
j ( is thought that in n very short time the motor
0 cars will bo running through to Broadway.
Chief Seavey , of Omaha , proposes to send
two of hiB men over to this side of the rivet-
once every week for the purpose of spotting
tj the crooks who infest the gambling houses
i bore , and to keep track of the prisoners in
f the city nnd county jails , so that the police
may keep nn eye on them when they visit on
Nebraska soil. A similar action on the part
of Chief Lucas in having Omaha visited oc
casionally would bo productive of much good
x In the way of assisting the police of this
The last lecture In the Ragan course was
given last evening , the subject being Komo.
As on previous evenings the audience was
enthusiastic , nnd often gave expression to
their feelings by hearty applause when some
especially striking view was presented or
some plcnsing allusion made by the speaker.
Thus closes a series of entertainments which
have afforded much delight to the intelligent
audiences which have attended , and have
also caused the tieasury of the ladies society
of the Congregational church to receive
about ? 100 net prollt.
Some time last winter n pair of overshoes
were placed hy the careful owner on the
ledge , outside the rail , at the entrance of the
court house , ho doubtless thinking they
e would bo so safe there that ho would find
them on coming out. Ho evidently was so
careful about placing them In a safe place
that ho forgot where ho put them , and there
they have remained to this day. During
these many weeks the observant Janitor
1 has not discovered the presence of the over-
Li shoos , nnd they will probably remain there
* r ns a uniiiuo decoration of the building until
his eyes catch this announcement , when ho
will probably remove them , unless the owner
gets there Jirst. Many have observed the
special deposit on the front steps , nnd have
been watching day by day and month by
month to see how long it would bo before the
Janitor swept there.
E. II. Shcafe loans monpv on cKattol
Eccurity of every dcbcription. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Ollico 500 Broadway , cor-
ncr Main street , up-stairs.
Excursion to St. Louis Convention nnd
j1 , Derby llnces.
° f The Wnbash will sell excursion tick
ets to St. Louis and return nt ono faro
for the round trip , $11.25. Dates of sale ,
Juno 2d3d , 4th nnd 6th. Tickets good
returning until June llth. inclusive.
The national democratic convention
Bicots Juno 5th. The Derby races com
Excursion tickets will ho sold for rog-
Clnr passenger trains , leaving Council
BlutrB ! I:40 : p. in. Juno 2d , 8d , 4th and
Oth , arriving in St. Louis at 7 o'clock
the following morning. Also for a spe
cial train for accommodation of Young
Men's Democratic club , of Council
UluiTs , at 7:80 : p. in. Juno 3d , nnd arriv
ing in St. Louis following morning.
Secure your excursion nnd sleeper tick
ets by applying to J. C. Mitchell , 421
Tor sale cheap. Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build ut onco. Ad
dress or call on J. It. Rico , No. 110
Main street , Council Bluffs.
The HOJ-H AVlio llooze.
' The boozers and peace disturbers were
1 well represented in police court yesterday
' morning , and Judge Aylcsworth assessed the
: penalties for deeds done in the flesh In his
usual liberal and impartial manner. The
beer guzzlers were represented by John Holt ,
John King nnd Joseph Smith , and they were
each taxed $7,00 to atone for their sin of
drinking too much unlicensed liquor ,
Charles Cuitts and Charley Jones were the
representatives of the colored population ,
and their offense consisted of an attempt to
crack each other's skulls , contrary to the lavf
of the great state of Iowa for such cases
made and provided. A frail dusky maiden
by the name of Ella Chester was called as a
witness , and with her assistance Curtis was
able to thiow the blame on Jones , and the
latter was accordingly fined $11.bO , while
Curtis got off without paying a cent.
The cases of Chuso Green for resisting nn
oflicors , ancLGcorgo Guanolu forrcslttting an
oftlccr and attempting to rcscuo a prisoner ,
The South Omaha gardens will ho
opened to the public next Sunday ,
May 20. \
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The oldest firm , and largest stock of
wall paper in the city. All the now
shades in ingrains and valours. A few
patterns in girts at lOc per roll at NiUs ,
102 Broadway. ,
UNCLE SAM'S ' NEW QUARTERS
A Hard Finish For the Poatofflco ,
But It Will Oomo.
THEY NEED BOOTS , NOT SADDLES
But tins Runncra TVI11 Go To-Day
AYcntlicr or No AY'tilsltlng nt
Scabs The nig Cattle CASC
The Mcrrlnm Block.
Rnccs To-rtny , Tlnln or Shine.
The races met with another postponement
yesterday. The earlier part of the day was
unfavorable , and although the sun came out
bofuro noon and the afternoon was very
pleasant , it was decided to combine the races
of the third and fourth days and make double
attractions for the last day. Unless more
rain falls the track will bo In splendid condi
tion to-day , but the races will be run , rain or
shine. The management has decided that
the Uluff City stake rnco must bo run this
afternoon , oven if It has to bo in a driving
rain , and some of the other races will follow
suit. It is proposed to have seven races for
this aftcinoon , nnd as it will icculro consid
erable time to run them all the lirst one will
bo started very shortly after 1 o'clock. It
will make a rather long afternoon , but it will
bo a most Interesting occasion for all who
enjoy good speed contests , as the best
horses nt the park nro entered for the
purses and they will all bo ridden to win.
The following entries are made for to-day's
UlulT City Stakes Council Plat , Macken
zie , Vcmleur , Prima , Vcngcur , Mabel 11. and
Ono mile , for all ages Myrtle , Chancellor ,
Jcsslo J , and Sunday.
All ncci , five-eighths mile Lottlo F. , Only
Dare , Forest King and Pralrio Queen.
AH ages , seven-eighths mile Lottlo F. ,
Trouble , Uellc 1C. , Myrtle , Miss Nelson , Tar
tar , Donovan. Fillmnro , Aristi , Forest King ,
Derby , Only Dare , Osgood , Ucppo and Jollct.
A Good lilen.
If you are going to attend the Derby
races or national convention at St.
Louis , either by special train or rcgu-
tralns , leave your name with Capt. O.
M. Brown , as early as possible for sleep
ing car accommodations and avoid the
rush fauro to occur.
St. liOtilH Convention.
The Young Men's Democratic club , of
Council Bluils , has selected the "Wa-
bash" route for attending the national
dcmocrotic convention , held in St. Louis
A special train of elegant day coaches
and Pullman palace bleeping cars will
leave Council Bluffs at 7:30 : p. m. Juno
od , arriving in St. Louis the following
morning. Parties not .members of the
club who wish toiwailthomsclvcsofthis
contract must make application at once
to the transportation committee.
"VV. H. M. PUSEV , ) Transportation
D. A. FAKKALL , > Committee ,
I. A. HuNDniCKS , ) Y. M. D. Club.
Money at low rates on flrst-clnsstarm security.
Iluinhain. Tulle } s& Co. HE Main street.
The New FostoHicc.
The tnarblo wainscoatlng and fire places
are being placed In position in the court room
of the government building , and when com
pleted will bo the finest work of the kind in
the city. The wainscoating is eight feet in
height , five being marble and the other three
of polished oalc. On the north and south
sides will bo the two great fireplaces nnd
mantels , fifteen feet high , on the cast side
over the wainscoating a monster eagle twelve
feet tall , and on the west side , bauk of the
Judges bench an immense French plate mir
ror. Although this part of the work is
scarcely more than begun as yet , it already
shows up well , and a very fair idea of tbo
whole may bo obtained.
In the basement another pier is being built
in the northeast corner to support the weight
of the chimney and vent shafts.
The work of reulacing the cracked stones
and also of rebuilding the steps and butt
resses , will bo commenced immediately.
It is possible that the buttresses at the cast
entrance will not have to be , although the
steps will have to bo rclaid , and at the north
entrance the whole work will have to bo re
built. The settling of the building is what
has caused the trouble , as the weight of the
steps was not enough to cause a like settling
on their part. The work of rebuilding will
require about thirty days. The smoke stack
extension has arrived and will soon bo placed
In postion. The now part is of boiler iron
and will bo enclosed in an outer covering of
palvani/ed iron to correspond with the rest
of the building. The extension will bo four
teen feet high. As soon ns these changes nro
made the whole exterior of the building will
bo cleaned , and the dust that disfigures it as
well as the sooty deposit from the chimney
will all bo removed , leaving the structure
when completed , on of the handsomest that
Undo Sam owns.
The Chicago , Burlington & . Quincy
will sell tickets to St. Louis Juno 2 , 3 ,
4 , and 5 , which will bo good for return
passage until Juno 11 , at ono faro
( $11.25) ) for the round trip , thus afford
ing an opportunity for .ill who desire to
attend the Derby races , the national
convention and have a good time.
The trip via the "Burlington" is n de
lightful ono. Its equipments is superior
and its road bed unequalled.
Dent fail to take it. Ample sleeping
car accommodations can bo secured in
advance by leaving your name with
C.U'TAIN O. M. BuowN.Tickct Agent ,
Corner Pearl and Broadway.
Tipton has bargains in real estate.
The latest styles in coatings , for
spring and summer wear , also pant
goods. These are elegant. A. Roller ,
S , B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Too , Too , Tooting.
The residents in the southern part of the
city are still greatly tormented by the con
tinual hooting of the locomotive whistles. "I
will tell you what It Is , " remarked ono of the
complainants yesterday. "We stood it pretty
well for the first month or six weeks , but wo
are getting rather tired of It. You see it
docs no good. "
"Who Is at fault , and who does the hoot-
"Why , you see , every tlmo a scab engineer
comes along in the yards the engineers of all
the other engines begin blowing their whis
tles and hooting him. That's their way of
showing how much they hnto the scabs.
They inako as awful noises as they
can , That scab engineer no sooner
gets out of the way before some
other ono comes along , and then the
hooting starts up again lust awfully. You
SBO they ically punish the wrong follows.
One'scab engineer has to hc.ir it perhaps for
ten or fifteen minutes , but those who live
around there have to hear it pretty much all
the time. Tticn I and the rest of us used to
depend on the whistles to blow In case of
tire In our part of town. If there was a fire
the engines would nil commence tooting , and
wo would know it. Now if there should bo
a tire and the engines should commence , wo
wouldn't pay any attention to it. for we'd
think it was another scab engine coming
along. Hut thu worst of it is when folks are
kick. The everlasting uolso of those whistles
is enough to kill a well man , and sick folks
can't stand it. Yes , for heaven's sake put
bomuthing in Tut UBK that will make them
Union Abstract company , 236 Main sired.
Travelers ! Stop at the Bechtole.
The Murrlnm llloeU.
Yesterday the lines were being run by
Surveyor Hrodbevk for tha new block to bo
Imllt by Mr. Menrlaiu on tt.o old Catholic
church property , The contract for excavat
ing has been let to C. U. Mitchell , who will
commence work at onco. The contracts for
the building will follow , nnd the work Is to bo
pushed forward to completion ns speedily as
possible. The block promises to bd ono of
the best In the city , and the location being
ono of the most central , thcro will be no dlf-
llculty In having nil the stores nnd ofllces
The C. B. & Q. will run n special
train to accommodate the democrats ,
their friends and the general public ,
who desire to attend the National Demo
cratic convention at St. Louis. Juno 6 ,
or the Derby races Juno 4. This train
will leave Council Bluffs Sunday , Juno
3 , about 1 o'clock p. m. , ( exact time
given later ) arriving nt St. Louis in the
morning for breakfast. It will bo finely
equipped throughout with chair and
Pullman palace cars. The rate will boone
ono faro for the round trip. M. M ,
Marshall , general agent.
Shcafo loans money on real estate.
A llcnvy Cattle Suit.
Jn the district court yesterday the case of
Abbott vs the Citizens bank was still being
heard. The trial brings out nn array of facts
and figures concerning the stock transactions
of Grccnnmcycr , showing that the business
amounted to over $100,000 during the few
months last season. The amount Involved in
this suit Is over $10,000. It is naturally being
fought step by step , and will hardly reach a
A Call 1'Voni Burglars.
The drug store of J. D. Stuart , nt MO West
Broadway , was burglarized Thursday night ,
nnd goods to the value of about HO taken.
Entrance was effected by breaking in n rear
door with a plank. The stolen goods con
sisted of razors. Knives , jewelry and cigars ,
but the police have been unable to get any
clue to the burglars or to the propel ty.
TIic Salvation Army.
The banquet Thursday evening wni fairly
successful , although the weather hindcicd
somewhat , in consequence of which thcro
will bo another banquet this ( Satuidny )
evening. The Midgets from Omaha will bo
present. War Cry given free.
Sewer connections and house sewers
laid by N. Y. Plumbing company.
.Tames Wild , of Hurlau , was In the city
Dr. W. A. Ellis , of Silver City , was here
on a brief business trip yesterday.
Mrs. L. S. Bullard and daughter Stella left
last evening for a prolonged visit with Mrs.
Williams , daughter of Mis. liullard at Pierre ,
John Limit , Esq. , leaves to-morrow for In
diana , where he will bo joined by his wife ,
who has been visiting for some lime. From
thence they will proceed to Pennsylvania for
a brief visit.
John Schtnid , of Pace & Schmid , left yes
terday for Ann Arbor , Mich. Ho will be
absent about two weeks , and will be accom
panied on his return by his wife , who has
been visiting relatives in that vicinity for the
past three weeks.
Dr. D. Macrao was elected president of the
State Medical society at the recent annual
meeting In Des Moines. jpr. Macrae is a
prominent physician of this city , having
been in practice hero for the past sixteen
years , and the honor was deserved.
RMr. and Mrs. Schultz returned last even
ing from St. Joseph , where they went on
their wedding trip. They will bo heartily
welcomed to a permanent residence in
Council LJluffs , where both have been so long
and favorably known. Mr. Schultz has for
several years been in the employ of A. Rink ,
and the bride is a sister of Mr. Hink. The
young folks start out in life with bright prob-
pects , and with numerous well wishers.
Styles in Cniuly.
Lewiston Journal : Says an Auburn
candy-maker : "Tho trade in the choco
late quality of candy is coining to the
front very fa&t. As much again of the
chocolate is sold ns iivo years ago. Pea
nut and cough candy holds its own
through all the changes other gradca
are undergoing. Twice us much cough
candy is sold in winter as in sum
mer. Cough candy sells the best in
the small country villages. The far
mers and villagers think nothing of
going to the store for a pound of the
cough candy , when the same people are
seldom known to indulge in the luxury
of other grades.
"Peanut candy is all ago with the
children. It is likely 'twill bo a long
time before anything else will be found
that will take its placo. The class of
candy wo call "penny goods" nro prob
ably ahead of anything elbe in the mar
ket as fast selling goods. Penny goods
are such as the retailers soil by the
cent's worth , generally speaking. Of
course such goods are sold by the pound
to customers , but not to such an extent
ns the higher-priced goods. In getting
out this class of goods , the point is to in
troduce something now in style , in the
make-up of the candy. Since the 1st of
January , ' 88 , we have made a good hit
in getting out broken and stick candy ,
with letters and designs impressed in
the end of each. For instance , in the
two ends of a piece of candy we make
the figure of the 'stars and stripes , ' and
in another insert the word 'boss , ' and in
a third the figures which signify the
present year ' 1888. '
"This btyle of candy sells well. I sup
pose thcro are one or two old fashioned
styles and makes of candy that will bo
been and sold for years to come yet. Ono
of them is the short , four-inch stick
candy , with its several flavors. It hangs
in the market like the old fashioned
molasses grade. A short time ago wo
thought we'd run it out of the market
by getting up an attractive , long six-
inch twisted stick , that would leave the
old-fashioned style in the shade ; butno ,
sir just as much call ns before our ef
forts to obliterate it. Another class of
goods that's got the hang to thorn is the
small lozenges put up in rolls and fla
vored with a variety of extracts. Still ,
the onward march otho wafer is mak
ing the old-fashioned roll lozenges fall
to the rear. *
"Tho trade in wafers is what you
might say booming. Wo make a dozen
different flavored wafcrsbuttho wintergreen -
green rather takes the lead , Of the
penny goods , the "molasses puff" holds
its own remarkably well. This , as you
know , is molasses candy , and is square
in form. It is good , toothsome eating ,
and children and others who buy them
look at it in the light thatt hey are get
ting a big piece of candy for their
Gums rosy and red
Teeth white and pearly ,
When arising from bed
You should cleanse thus early.
Morning , noon and night
Pure SOZODONT the teeth makes bright.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE ,
$5,000 AT DEATH !
125 weekly Indemnity for Injury. Costs but 113
per year in the OKI llcilulile United States Mu
tual Accident Association ot New Vorlc.
KlhLMKH & KKIihRY.
Room 3 , Opera House Ulocf.
Perfect' Riding Duggiei.
Bohanon Carriage Co , ,
l < cu .
SPKClALfulTertlsornent' , uch us I < ost. Pound ,
To Lo&n , For Snlo , To llcnt. Wants , Boarding
etc. , will b Inserted in "this column nt the low
rate of TBN CRNT8 I'KIl LINK for the first In
sertion and Five Cent * Per Line for onch subse
quent Insertion. LeuVe advertisements nt our
omce , No. 12 1'earl Street ; near Hroailwixy , Coun
cil llluds Iowa. < K
iNTKH A competent dining room. also
laundry girl. Mrs. Armour , 3 < 0 S 6th et.
WANTKD Sevcntyflve pleres of good , sec
ond-hand carpet. A. J. Mnndcl. 3 llrond-
"WTANTED Housekeeper Elderly Herman
VY livdy preferred. Ono child to care for. In
quire at llee onice.
T710H SALE At n bargain , 40 acres near stock
-L1 yards , South Omahn , Neb. , Johnson *
Christian , lloora 35 , chamber ot Commerce ,
WANTKD Stocks ot merchandise. Have
Omahn and Council IllufTs city property ,
nlio western land to exchange for goods. Call
on or address Johnson Ic Christian , Iloom 33 ,
Cnntnbcr of Commerce. OmaJm ,
T710II SALE Two nne residence tiropprties.
JMust bo sold 00011. Tprms to suit pur-
clinser. Inqulio ot Johnston Ai 1'ntten.M Main st.
Ty ANTKD-Cook nt the Crcston house.
T71OII linNT-riist-clnss piano in oed order.
A. ( 'nn bo und at reasonable price. Tosses-
slon given May 1. I ) . Golilslcln , &a Hroiulmiy.
EGAN & KIMBALL ,
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS.
No. 652 Broadway , Opera House Block ,
Council Bluffs. Telephone No. 281.
OGDEN - ! - BOILER - : - WORKS
CARTER & SON , Prop's.
All Kinds of Steam Boilers & Sheet Iron Work.
Orders by mail for repairs promptly attended
to. Sntlsf action j-iinrnnteed. 10th Avenue. Ail-
dreis Ofidcn Holler Works. Council UluHs.Iowa.
THEO. BECKMAN ,
MANCFACTUHEH OK AND UHALKIl IN
BRIDLES AND COLLARS.
Pull Assortment of Harness Goods Con
stnntly on Jltind.
Repairing Neatly mid Promptly Done.
NO. 205 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL UtiUFFS , : : IOWA
S. STfJWABtT ,
HOSPITAL AND OFFICE 45 FOURTH-ST.
Council Bluffs , la.
Veterinary Dentistry a Specialty.
1514 DOUGLAS ST. , OMAHA , NEB.
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
820 and 823 Main Street.Council niuTaIo\va ( ,
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main StreetGouncil Bluffs ,
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Es
cape. Electric Call Bolls.
Accommodations First Glass ,
Rates Always Reasonable
MAX MOHN , Proprietor
Owing to the Rainy Weather of the Past Week , We Have Decided td
Continue Our Special Sale One Week Longer.
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
Qur Special Reduction Begun on Monday , May 7th , will be Continued
One Week Longer , Ending Monday , May 19.
WE ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING LIST OF PRICES :
18-inch Smyrna. Regular Price $1.60. Reduced to SI.00. 18-inch Bromley. Regular Price $2.25. Reduced to $1.60.
21-inch Bromley 8.60 , " 2.60. 20-inch " 7l " 4.00 , " H.25.
30-Inch " it it 6.00 , " . . n .
itn 8.76. 80-Inch 860 , nu ( J.C
4x7 " . n ii 12.00 , " 0.00. 0x9 " 26.00 , u 1'J.C
Brussels Rugs Reduced from $2.25 to $1.60.
" " " " 1.76 to 1.25.
" " " " 1.00 to 00.
A Similar Reduction on all Art Squares , Crumb Cloths , Door Mats , Etc , , Etc ,
CURTAINS ! CURTAINS !
LACE AND HEAVY CURTAINS.
We have not spnco to enumerate the many bargains wo will offer in thcbo goods. We mention a few only , ns follows :
flO PAIRS AT 825 REDUCED TO gao. IOO PAIRS AT 85 , REDUCED TO 8K.5O.
00 15 " " * 12. 200 4 , " a.rs.
CURTAIN GOODS SIMILARLY REDUCED.
These goods must be closed out .this week in order to make room for
MORE GOODS NOW ON THE WAY.
NO OLD STOCK BUT NEW GOODS PURCHASED THIS SEASON !
THIS IS NO CATCH SALE , BUT A GENUINE SPECIAL SALE ,
Former Prices Will Positively be Restored After May 19th ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO.
JOHN GILBERT ,
I'LUMHEH AM ) DEALER IN
WIND MILLS ,
IRON AND WOOD PUMPS.
NO. 521 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL , BL-UJPrS - , : : IOWA
Star Stables and Mule Yards
Uroadnny , Council lilulls , Oj > p. Dummy Depot
Horses nnd mules constantly on hand , for
snle at retail or In car load lots.
Oiders promptly ulled by contract on short
Block sold on comnilsslon.
Telephone 1U. SOHLUTEIl A , UOLRV.
Oppoblto Dummy Depot , Council limits
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COODroatlway Council HluCTs , Iowa. Ustabllihod
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
No. 2O1 Main Street , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
A COMI'tiETE ABSOKTMENE OP
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
BOTH DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ELEOTRIG BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary. '
WANTED LOCAL , AND TRAVELING AGENTS ON COMMISSION * . .
' . 1
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS , CAPS , BOOTS & H OES , FOR MEN. . YOUTH'S ' AND BOYS.
M. MARCUS , 546 & 548 33BOABWAY.
ESTABLISHED 1842. INCOIlPOUiXXED 1878
3E3TJSS CO. ,
MASSILLON , OHIO , MANUFACTUHKHS.
SIZES FROM Especially Designed tot
MILLS , ELEVATORS
25 TO 250 AND
HORSE ELECTRIC LIGHT
POWER , PURPOSES ,
AUTOMATIC : CUT-OFF : ENGINE.
Branch House , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
HEM ) l 'OIt C/VTAliOOUE. /
E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
ZBIROIIDGKE ! I
SHOWING THE ADVANTAGES OP COUNCIL BLUPPS.
Largest Stock , Furnisning uooaa ,
Lowest1 Prices , 1 . Clothing , Hats , Caps , etc. ( jj
7F.i 3SJa WUUim Dealer REA Sladgutopf la ; , ffardman , Everett & Fisher ,
MUTUAL. UP * ma. a co ? NOW .8 M.'Mtla Sf. M lo SU OouncSt. . Mary' Ar..Ortiih i
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i Largest Capital and Surplus CITIZENS STATE BANK-/ Your Patronage
* of Any Banh In the oitu. i . > < . r - > IB Solicited. .
I uffs J rv - H otxd. M.M Ittsurgnce
STH , & JW&B , l SQUIRE'S '
COUNCIL DLUFP3 H ' ° * ' * ' ' * . ' '
Percgoy & Noore'a M ii * - > 'v
( Abstracts of
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ARE THE BEST.
> . , . Pearl
EMPKIE HARDWARE CO. WEIR SHUGART CO.
Manufacturer of Fine and . AUER I always keep in stock a largo variety of eastern
1 have always a full Cartiages stock to select from. Buggids. H. F , , make Carriages , whicli 1 Bell at a very low rate.
Call and examine. Prices Low. ! Vo * . U7 to 311 rourth Street. I am always ready to show goods. '
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