Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 27, 1888, Part I, Page 6, Image 6

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Delivered by Carrier In Any Pnrt of the City at
Twenty Cents I'cr Week.
HtTPiNTPS Orncr , No. < 3.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
New spring goods nt Roller's.
Chicago only $10 , nt Bushnell's.
? 2.GO saved on over.y ticket to Chicago nnd
the cast , ut Bushnell's.
There Is n brand now heir nt the homo of
Jaincs Tnilor , on Graham nvenuc.
1'ornilt tovcd was yesterday granted
John Dcrgnno , 61 this city , und Cntlmrlno
Onul , of Shelby.
Colorado nnd West Virginia coal nnd host
Mnrblohoad llmo nt Council Bluffs Lumber
company's , 000 Main street. Tel. No. 257.
Thcro will be a meeting of the republican
club Monday evening at the law ofllco of
Stone & Slins. All republicans are urged to
bo present.
William Fox , of Garner township , Is the
happy father of a four-pound daughter. The
cholcc-artlclo-ln-suiall-packago theory applies
in this case.
The Sisters of St. Bernard's hospital nro
selling tickets for the raffling of n line gold
Watch. The proceeds will bo devoted to fur-
tilshlrg the now hospital.
Ono arrest waff the sum total of yesterday's
police business. The victim was a farmer ,
nnd ho deposited $7.00 with the jailor and
was allowed to depart for homo.
The $75 combination writing desk and sow
ing iqachtno that was rallied off last evening
nt the Manhattan was won by J. D. Johnson ,
superintendent of the motor line.
The deed was recorded yesterday by which
the Sisters of Mercy become the owners of
C. Gciso's large residence , which will bo con
verted Into St. Bernard's hospital.
The Congregational ladies give a social
Monday evening at the residence of Mrs. N.
P. Dodge , she being assisted in the entertain
ment by Mrs. W. II. Burns and Mrs. Van-
Brunt ,
Colonel John Fox , of the decoration com
mittee , desires all llowcrs for memorial ser
vice left at the blue front store room cast of
the Pacific house , on or before Tuesday
Chief Lucas has appointed N. E. Tyson a
special policeman to prevent persons from
taking a "short cut" across the grass in
Bayliss park whllo the now walks are being
put down.
A largo and handsome easy chair at the W.
C. A. hospital gives indisputable proof of the
generosity and appreciation of the members
of the Htato association of city marshals and
chiefs of police who attended the annual
meeting here.
The independent hose team of Natlck ,
Mass. , leaves homo on the Sth of Juno for a
western trip. It will attend the Clinton tour
nament ana run on the free-for-all , nnd will
then como to this city for u hub-and-hub race
with the local team.
Bids for the last contract to bo let in con
nection with the construction and furnishing
of the government building are now adver
tised for , to bo received June 0. This calls
for the placing in the building of a steam or
hydraulic passenger elevator.
Owing to the stormy weather the Council
Bluffs ball team did not cross the river
yesterday for n game with the Crane Bros ,
nine. To-day's game will bo on the homo
grounds with the Jettcr & Young club of
South Omaha. The game will bo called , at 3
Business In police court \vas very light
yesterday morning , two lonosoino looking
vaxs being the only candidates for magis
terial consideration. They were both re
manded to the sewer to await the clearing up
of the weather , when they will bo escorted
to the city limits and unceremoniously
"flrcd. "
Archie Barrel , a compositor of this city ,
died yesterday morning at the Western
house , of consumption. The remains will bo
forwarded at 0:40 : o'clock this oven ing to
Winter-set , la. , for interment , nnd friends are
requested to meet at tno Western house nt
4:40. : The deceased was twenty-live years of
If the lady who stopped off the street car
at Third avenue Friday -afternoon at 3
o'clock , and who was handed a pocket booic
found on the car lloor , und accented it , think
ing it was hers , will return it to W. II.
Burns , superintendent of the street railway ,
he will ECO that it is returned to the rightful
The badges to bo worn by the members of
the Young Men's Democrat club to the
national convention at St. Louis , are of
moire antique cardinal watered silk ribbon ,
trimmed with gold bullion tassel and fringe.
In the center is n diagonal strip of corn
colored satin. The whole is appropriately
Inscribed and is very neat and tasty in ap
Yesterday atternoon Rev. Dr. Cooley was
called to the residence of Mr. Peter Norris ,
on Main street , to ofllciato at a quiet wed
ding , in which Andrew P. Swanson , of
Missouri Valley , proved the bridegroom and
Miss Anne Morris the bride , the latter being
a sister of Mr. Morris. The newly wedded
ones loft last evening for Missouri Valley ,
where they will make their homo , Mr. Swan-
BOH being Intlio employ of the Fremont &
Elkhorn Valley railway company.
Money at low rates on first-clnss inrm security.
Ournham , Tulleys & Co. , Itti Main street.
Tipton has bargains in real estate.
TravolorsI Stop at tlio Bechtolo.
Personal Paragraph ! ? .
P. M. Van Pelt , district court reporter ,
was in the city yesterday.
I. Ingram , of Silver City , was hero yester
day with a shipment of cuttla.
T. W. Caster and E. T. Avcry , of Under
wood , wore in the city yesterday.
J. B. Smith , the paving contractor , of
Chicago , was in the city yesterday.
Mr. 1C. D. Clark , representing Armstrong
& Co. , of Omaha , was in tliu city yesterday.
C. F. Robinson and II. C. Rust , representa
tives of Oakland , visited the Bluffs yester
Miss Jessie Schrevcr. of Villlsca , is visit
ing her sister , Mrs. F. II. Orcutt , of this
elty.F. .
F. H. Grjegs , of Charlton , travelling pas
senger agent of tlio Chicago , Burlington &
Qulnoy , was In the city yesterday.
Nick Fritz , of Pcndor , Neb , , who Is ship
ping cattle into Omaha , slipped over to this
side of the river to greet his many old
D. H. Solomon , of Glcnwood , ono of tha
best known attorneys In western Iowa , was
In the city yesterday for the tlrst tiuio in
many months ,
, . Frank S. Pusoy nnd wife , Miss Annie
| % Dodge and Miss Kate Pusoy , all of this city ,
I sailed yesterday morning at 0 o'clock from
\i \ N My York on a European trip which will
jf last several months. .
irf Prof. H. M. Prouty. principal of the high
. , ' school , Is improving all of his spare time in
t making arrangements for harvesting his
strawberry crop. Ho says the plants nro
looking flnely with every indication of a
bountiful yield.
Pottawattamlo county Is the only ono in
tho. state , which can afford a sheriff whoso
buttons are set with brilliant. The stones
are not diamonds of the ilrst water , but as
f near it as an anti-prohibition city can pro-
/ ' duco. Sheriff O'Noil is not a mere dress-
* " parade sheriff cither , but proves all right in
Actual service.
Union Abstract company , 30 Main street.
An Opportunity.
. The Chicago , Burlington & Quincy
will sell tickets to St. Louis Juno U , 8 ,
4 , and 5 , which will bo good /or return
passage until Juno 11 , at ono fare
( $11,2-5) ) for the round trip , thus afford
ing an opportunity for all who desire to
attend tlio Derby races , the national
convention and have a good time.
The trip via the "Burlington" is a de
lightful ono. Its equipments are superi-
f , or.'nnd its road bed unequalled.
Dent fail to lake it. Ample sleeping
car accommodations can bo secured in
advance by leaving your name with
OA1TAIN O. M. UitowK.Ticket Agent ,
Corner-Pearl and Broadway.
Inspectors and Repairers Return to
Tholr Old Tracks.
Tlio City Takes Possession of Cherry
Street IlHofDolngq In Court
The Motor Crnsslncs A
Newspaper Change.
Uncle nt Work.
Tlio trouble between Foreman Spies and
the forty men who work under hint nt the
transfer ns freight car Inspectors mul re
pairers has not been fully settled. An agree
ment was reached yesterday by which the
men went back to work , and their differ
ences arc to be investigated and passed upon
o little later. It Id probable that the matter
will bo soon adjusted , so that the men will
continue In their places. No further action
will ba taken mall the hearing Is had and tha
merits and demerits of both sides been looked
Tlio Church Chimes.
The following announcements nro made of
services to bo hold in the several churches of
the city to-day.
Preaching to-day at lOifiO nt the Christian
home , and at 3 p. m. at Overtoil mission on
Fourth avenue near Seventh street , by Hov.
T. F. Thiclwtum.
Preach' by the pastor of the First Bap
tist church at K ) : : ! ( > a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday
school at 13 m. Scats free. 'All cordially
The Sunday school convention of the South
western Baptist association will bo held at
Malvorn , Thursday and Friday , May St and
Juno 1. Liberal provisions to entertain all
guests liavo been mado.
Hov. .T. Fislc will preach at the now mis
sion at the residence of Dr. Gordon , corner
of Graham avenue nnd Tostevan street , to
day at 3 o'clock p. in. Sunday school at 4.
Parents and chijilren nro Invited.
Y. M. C. A. meeting at 4 p. m. Subject :
"Our Thoughts. " Mr. Ostrom loader. All
young men and strangers invited.
St. Paul's church Divmo service to-day at
] 0iOam. : : nnd 8 i > . m. Morning sermon ,
"Tho Christian's Prayer ; " evening , "How to
Become a Good Christian. " The boy choir
will sing at both services , and the public and
strangers arc always welcome. T. J. Mackay ,
Presbyterian Preaching by the pastor
both morning and evening. Morning theme ,
"Tho Supcrabounding Grace of God ; " oven-
ina , "A Tribute to Our Deceased Soldiers. "
Sabbath school at 1'J o'clock1 Strangers and
others cordially invited.
Methodist Episcopal Church Preaching at
10HO : n. in. ana 8 p. m. by the pastor , \V. II.
W. Uees. Morning subject , "Tho Fulfilling
of the Law ; " evening theme , "Is Christianity
n Failure ! " Publio cordially invited.
Services in the Congregational church
to-day morning and evening. Morning sub
ject. "Tho Holy Spirit ; " evening , "The Chris
tian Soldier. " The Grand Army post , of this
city will attend the evening service In a body.
The sermon and anthems by the choir will bo
appropriate to the occasion. A cordial and
general invitation is extended.
A Good Idea.
If you nro going to attend , the Derby
races or nut ion al convention at St.
Louis , cither by special train or regular
trains , leave your mime with Capt. O.
M. Brown , as curly as possible for sleep
ing car accommodations and avoid the
rush euro to occur.
If any ono doubts that "Cyclone"
possesses speed enough to win against
any horse hereabouts , the owner of this
stallion would like to have him trot out
his horse. The stallion is open for u
race against any of the best of them.
The City Tnkes Cheney Street.
The contract for moving the fence on the
east line of the driving pork from the center
to the west line of Cheney street has been
awarded to G. II. Woodman , and ho has al
ready commenced work. This will bring the
fence close to the outside of the track , where
it was formerly. At that time Dr. McICune ,
who was president of the driving association ,
thought that thcro should be an open space
outside the track BO that carriages might bo
driven clear around it , and the city council
was persuaded to vacate thirty feet on the
west side of Cheney street for this purpose ,
with the understanding that the association
should purchase for the city an equivalent
thirty feet on the cast side of the street.
This has never neen dona and the council
recently ordered the fence moved backagain.
Wo have a number of slightly dam
aged pianos and organs , which will bo
sold at a bargain. Call on Mueller
Music Co. , 103 Main street.
The latest styles in coatings , for
spring and summer wear , also pant
goods. These are elegant. A. Rcitcr ,
310 Broadway.
Shcufo loans money on real estate.
Dry Court on n "Wet Day.
Judge Deemer arrived yesterday nnd held
a short session of the district court. The
duskiness of the day was so great that the
curtains were drawn and the gas turned on ,
thus making a night session in the daytime.
Thcro was little to do beyond the hearing of
a few motions , which contained little of pub
lic interest.
Among the spectators was Mr. Macy , of
Shelby , who is a candidate for Judge Loof-
bourow's place. Ho viewed the new court
IIOUBO with apparent delight , and listened
attentively to the court doings , thcro being
pretty even chances that ho may ere long
know how it is himself to sit under the
carved canopy.
Judge Dcemcr cannot bo hero but ono or
two days this week , and will attend to only a
few unimportant matters. The following
week ho will begin in earnest on the equity
cases. Tlio saloon cases are among these as
signed for trial. .
Grand Special Sale.
To make room for other goods I will
offer my entire stock of line pictures ,
imported china nnd glass novelties , wall
pockets , fancy towel racks and all wooden
uric-a-bruc , albums , brass novelties , flno
statuary , etc. , regardless of cost. J. D.
Crockwoll , 411 Broadway.
Yankee baked beans and Boston
brown bread at Mobonlo temple , on Dec
oration day.
The Motor Crossings.
The crossings for the motor line to bo used
a1 , the crossing of the Milwaukee and Uur-
llngtou trucks on .Ninth street have arrived
and will be put down as the contracts with
these are signed , The crossings for the
Hock Island tracks are ordered and will bo
on hand as soon as they can bo made and
shipped hero. As the motor tracks are
already laid between these different cross
ings , the few days necessary to put down
the crossings will bo all the tiiuo required to
complete the line through to liroadwuy ,
The Society Paper.
The society Journal known as the Keflee-
tor , which was established hero about six
months ago by Nixon Waterman , has
changed hands , and will hereafter bo con
dueled by D. M. Carr , of the Des Molncs
Leader , and Ed Watts , of this city. The
former will have charge of the editorial de
partment and the latter of the business mun-
ugcmcnt. Mr. Waterman will return to his
former homo at Crcston , In. , for a time , and
will then take a tour of several months
through Dakota and the northwest.
Passing "Queer" Cash.
The cuso of M. E. Doran and Dell Smith ,
the alleged counterfeiters , was heard last
evening by Clerk Hunter , of the United
States court. The uvidcnco against 'Doran
was of a very superficial character , and as it
was proven that ho was of a very respecta
ble family in Lcavonworth , and liad hccn in
; ho city only three weeks , ho was discharged.
Smith Is an old-timer , and ho refused to
plead or answer any questions whatever as
tie said ho was not ready for trial , and his
case was continued until next Thursday.
Dornn said ho obtained his money of Smith
i nd was not aware that it was counterfeit ,
but circumstances tend to throw discredit on
that part of hh story. As ho 1 little moro
than n boy. It IS probable that Smith made a
cats-paw of him , and ho did not fully realize
the enormity of his crinio. Smith has already
served two terms In the Iowa pen , ono for
liorso stealing and the other for "shoving the
queer" on n previous occasion. Ills pros
pect for another long term Is very good In
Excursion to St. I/ouln Convention nml
Derby Jtuccs.
The Wubnsh will sell excursion tick
ets to St. Louis and return at ono faro
for the round trip , 311.2-5 , Dates of sale ,
Juno lid , fid , -1th and Cth. Tickets good
returning until Juno llth , inclusive.
Tlio national democratic convention
meets Juno 5th. The Derby races com
mence Juno 4th ,
Excursion tickets will bo solil for reg
ular passenger trains , leaving Council
BlulTs : :40 : p. in. Juno SM , 8d , 4th and
fith , 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
Bluffs , nt 7:80 : p. m. Juno 8d , and arriv
ing in St. Louis following morning.
Secure your excursion and sleeper tick
ets by applying to J. C. Mitchell , 421
J. G. Tipton bus BOIIIO flno bargains in
houses and lots.
1VIU Have Sleep.
General Agent Marshall , of the "Q , " is
authority for the statement that in a short
tltno the sleeping car that now runs from
Omaha to Kansas City via Plattsmouth , will
bo changed so as to como over the Union Pa
cific bridge nnd accommodate the Council
Hluil's passengers. Heretofore these pas
sengers have been compelled to go to Pacific
Junction to board the sleeper , and the iit-
tcnitant discomfort caused considerable com
plaint , so that this change will bo welcomed
with much satisfaction. Arrangements have
been made with the Union Pacific company ,
and as soon as a few minor details can bo
perfected the change will take effect. It is
probable that the entire train that now goes
from Omaha will como thiough this city ,
and consolidate with the ono that has been
run from hero to muct it ut the Junction.
Jolinson'ri Cyclopivilin ,
Wo have boon looking into the merits
of Johnson's latest Cyclopaedia , and are
surprised at its freshness nnd special
adaptation to the wants of this ago. We
have owned the former edition for sev
eral years , and have now ordered the
supplement to date , which are much
IcbS expensive and moro satisfactory
than the supplementary material of
other works which pretend to keep
abreast of the times. Wo gladly give
space to the testimony of some of the
leading educators in reference to its
value :
A. R. SpolTord , LL. D. , librarian of
congress , says : "Johnson's Cyclopae
dia is found to answer more qucbtions
satisfactorily in the hails of congress
than any other work of reference. "
President Seerloy , of the Iowa State
Normal , Cedar Fulls , says : "Johnson's
Cyclopedia- a scholarly work , well
adapted to the ollico , home and school.
Books of reference are a necessity to
teachers , pupils and families. Any'ono
who bus Johnson's can feel that his
wants are supplied. "
Prof. McNaughton.Superintendent of
the Council Blull's Schools "I consider
Johnson's Cyclopaedia the best with
which I am acquainted for use us a
school reference book. "
Johnson's Cyclopaedia is sold only by
subscription. "W. P. Hunnicuttof Osku-
loosa , la. , is representing the work at
this place , ami will gladly give oppor
tunity to anyone to investigate it who
will express a desire to do f-o by address
ing him by postal card or letter.
The following persons have recently
ordered the revised edition , or supplements -
ments to the former edition : Rev.
Father B. P. McMenomy , Rev. Stephen
Phelps , D. D. , Dr. A. P. Ilanchctt. J. J.
Steauman , II. W. Tilton , Thomas Bow
man , G. A. Holmes , Prof. W. S. Paul
son , Dr. W. II. Chamberlain.
Arc you aware that Council BlulTs is
growing moro rapidly than any city in
the wobtV It's u fact , and property is
all the time advancing. See J. G. Tip-
ton if you are wise nnd secure u bargain
now and get the benefit of the advance.
The $200,000 Hotel.
The move for the new grand hotel is quite
encouraging. Tlio Chicago visitors were
very favorably impressed , and it is expected
that the offer of the board of trade to give n
$30.000 bonus for such a hotel will speedily
bo taken. The details of the consummation
of the agreement are not yet road for an
nouncement , but the outlook is very favor
The oldest firm , and largest stock of
wall paper in the city. All the new
shades in ingrains and valours. A few
patterns in gilts at lOc per roll ut Niles ,
402 Broadway.
Merit Recognized. .
The State Hnhnemann society , which has
been in annual session the past wcok at Iowa
City , has selected as its vlco president Dr.
A. P. Hanchett , of this city , an honor most
worthily bestowed. Ho also was honored by
being selected to deliver thb address of wel
come. Dr. Hanchett lias by his skill ns a
physician and worth as a citizen , long since
gained an enviable reputation and standing
in this community , and it is gratifying that
ho is receiving just recognition in the state
at largo.
A puppy becomes a dog , a kitten becomes
a cat , a plgglo becomes u hog , a raou so bo-
coincs a rat , out what makes men rear and
pant is when a mortgage becomes an ele
QPECIA It advert ) sements , such as Lost , found ,
CJ To Loan , For Bftle. To Kent , Wonts , Hoarding
etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at tlio low
rate of TEN CKNTB PKU LINK for the Jlrnt In-
Bertlon and Five Cents I'cr Line for each subse
quent Insertion. Leave advertisements at our
ollico , No , 121'earl Street
, near llroadway , Coun >
ell IJluffs Iowa.
I WILL IrtiyKOortBecoml-haml furniture , stoves
and carpets ; will pay full cash value. A. J.
JIandtl , i U Jlroudwny ,
"IDAINTINO , graining and decorating done ;
X calclmlnlne In colors ; furniture rellnlshed :
prices low , F. Hurscli. Leave orders at 213
It roadway.
WANTIJO Three men to work ; aUo girl for
housework ; wages for girl (1. I ) . J.
Smith , fruit grower , S. 1st st.
nUUt BALI ; . T o acres choice land Just weft
-IJ of U. I' , transfer depot. Will sell very low
If eold soon. Forrest Smith , Drown building.
Foil KENT.-TWO story dwelling house. 0
rooms , on Sixth avenue , one and one-half
blocKu from I'earl St. Enquire of D. 0. llloomer.
"II10K 8ALK Two One restJence properties.
J-1 Must be bold soon. Term * to suit pur.
chaser. Inquire of Johnston & Van 1'atteu. S3
Main st.
SALE My residence property corner Btli
. and Oth five. , consisting of two lots , each
FOK BALE At a bargain. 10 acres near stock
yards , South Omaha , Neb. , Johnson &
Christian , Hoom 05 , Chamber of Commerce.
V\rANTED BtocKs ot merchandise. Have
TT Omaha and Council lilulls city property ,
alto western land to exchange for goodi. Call
on or address Johnson & Christian , Koom 35 ,
( 'number ot Commerce ; Qmaaa ,
* °
LargoBt Stock , METCALF BROTHERS Furnishing Goods ,
Lowest PHcos , , Clothing , Hats , Caps , Bto. [ Jj
* , RQHRBR- Slodnntopf ,
* ' ' Dtaltr In t * Uardman , Everdl & Fisher
MUTUAUUFCIMQ. CO. Naw Tor * . Main St. IBM Council St. ninfli. cuco
Largest Capital and Surplus Your Cr >
Any Bank in j , " oo'
Qf the city. > /s Solicited. '
CXSft OKV. *
SYH , & A.DFoBtQr , SMOKE '
Oil 2rGlaoo 60 Tcrcgoy & Kooro's ' '
Point , , 'Abstracts'of Title
Wholesale. Santa
No. 8 , Pearl St. ARE THE BEST.
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Manufacturer of Pine Can luges and Buggies. H. R H ATTENH AUER I always keep in stock a largo variety of eastern
I have always a full stock to select from. . , make Carriages , whicii 1 soli ata very low rate.
Call and examine. 1'rices Low. . " 7 to .114 Fourth SI reel. I am always ready to show goods.
1801. 1H 8.
G"RTT'T7r ' T
Cleanable Refrigerators
Garland Stoves and U
Monitor Wrought Haimjis.
CJini ter Oak Stoves.
IlullclerV IFanl\vnre.
Golden Star VaporIt.mgos ,
Tin Kooilng mid Job Work.
504 Broadway , Council Bluffs , la
Kstlmutes furnished. Cash tnulo solicited , i
Send for circulars.
Anticipating a Big Spring Trade , We are Loaded.
We must unload this immense stock , and we will guarantee to cut
prices by any other house. We have kept all promises to the pub
lic in the past , which is a guarantee tnat we will do as we advertise.
We re Bound t have our share of the trade.
Cash gives you these Adoantages ,
The season , though late , has just commenced.
405 Broadway ; Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Main Street. Council Bluffs ,
Only Hotel In the City with Flro Es
cape. Elootrio Call Bolls.
Accommodations First Class ,
Rates Always Reasonabh
MAX MOHN , Proprietor
GGDEfi - : - BOILER - : - WORKS ,
CAllTEIl & SON , rrop'3.
/ / / Kinds of Steam Boilers & Sheet Iron Work.
Orders by innil for repairs promptly attended
to. Satisfaction KUimmteea. 10th Avenue. Ad-
drebs Ofdcn Holler Works. Council IJlulTs.Iowa.
rcrnlclniiH Activity.
M. MARCUS , 546 & 548 BROADWAY.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
St. Loiila Convention.
The Younf , ' Men's Democratic club , of
Council Blutls , has Boloetod the "Wn-
bash" route for attending the national
democratic convention , lioldin St.Louis
June 5. '
A Bpecial train of elegant day coaches
nnd Pullman palace sleeping cars will
leave Council Ulutls at 7:30-p. : in. Juno
3d , arriving in St. Louis'the following
morning. Parties not members of the
club who wish to avail themHolves of this
contract must make application at once
to the transportation committee.
W. H. M. PUSKY , Transportation
D. A , FAIWALL , \ Committee ,
I. A. HKNDRIOKS , J Y. M. D. Club.
Buy mantels , grates and hearth fur
nishings of the Now York plumbing Co.
E. H. Sheafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business btrictly
confidential. Ofllco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stalrs.
For sale cheap. Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad
dress or call on J. R. Rico , No. 110
Main street , Council Bluffs.
The Woman's Exchange will servo
lunch on Decoration day at 600 Broad
way , from 11 o'clock until 0 o'clock , and
ice cream and cake during the after
noon and evening. .
The C. B. & Q. will run a 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 BlulTs Sunday , Juno
8 , about 1 o'clock p , m. , ( exact time
given later ) arriving at 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.
The ladies of Unity Guild will give a
dinner and supper on decoration day at
tha Masonic tomplo. Como ono , come
all. Ice cream and strawberries during
the day. _
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
On account of the unfavorable weather
the programme for the Germanla pic
nic has boon changed. The exorcises
will bo held in Bach's garden , ( the pic-
nio grounds ) , 'beginnim. at 3 o'clock p.
m , eharp. By order of committee.
Motor Ijlne Time Tflblc.
Until further nptico tno Mannwa motor
line will leave tbo Jlock Island tracks at 0,10
and 11 o'clock a. m. , nt 1 , 2. 8 , 1 and 5 o'clock
D. oi.'and at 7 , a , 9 and 10 o'clock p. m ,
R !
And Every Department Must Be Cleaned Out
We Have Them For Ton and at Prices That
Can't Be Duplicated.
Don't Be Deceived. This is Yonr OpportTiuity.
Special Prices to Hotolw , KeHtniiranls ami Hoarding Houses.
Cooked Hum nnd Corn Hoof. Stuiimgo Fresh Every Day. Fresh Fish Every Fri
day. Poultry FroBli on Suturduy.
Giu. : II. M , Proprietor.
Formerly with the Western Suubago Fnctory , Oiimlm.
CO. ,
SIZES FROM KBpeclally Designed for
25 TO 250
Branch House , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
NENI ) 1' < OH OA/TAI-iOOim
. . . E. C. HARRIS , Manager. . '