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6 JHE OMAHA BAIBY BEE : MONDAY , jUttJffi 11. 1883 , - / " ' < 1
THE DAILY BEE ,
OFFICE , NO. 12 rrJAHLST11KKT. .
Delivered by Carrier In Any Part of the City nt
Tw enty Cents I'cr Week.
II.TV.TH/TON . MANAGKIU
* TEtKI'HONES :
, No. (3.
NIGHT KUiTOii , No , 23.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Now spring goods nt Roller's.
Additional Council Binds on Fifth pngc.
Thi city council holds its weekly meeting
nt the cily hall this evening.
All republicans nro requested to bo present
nt the meeting of the club this evening nt the
new rooms In thoMasonlo temple.
Yesterday afternoon n party of a dorcn
cyrlnts of Oniiihn cnmo over the Union Pn-
clflc bridge and "wheeled" about this city for
nn hour. ,
Two nines , mndo up from the members of
the DodKO Llcht guards , played u gnmo of
Imno ball Saturday afternoon resulting in n
score of 18 to 130.
A fl vd inning gnmo of ball was played on
the deaf nnd dumb Institute Saturday after
noon between the mutes and a Keg Crrek
nine. The former were victorious by a score
of 5 to 0.
Lost Sunday afternoon , between Bloomer
( school and cemetery or In cemetery , n large
breastpin , lava stone , with rim of gold. The
Under will greatly oblige tlio owner by leav
ing it at J''l South Seventh street , Council
The front doors of tflo saloons were closed
yesterday , but from many of the sldo doors
men weio soon coining out wiping their
mouths suspiciously , nnd the sound of voices
Inside , some of the resorts Indicated that the
birs were not all closed , oven if the doora
C. J. Swan has fitted up n first-class bakery
nt No. 213 Main street , and will open the
panic on or about Juno I'Tho b iker who
was employed by the firm prior to dissolution
will continue in the employ of Mr , Swan ,
Bvcry effort will bo mndo to meet the wants
of the public.
The funirnl of Joseph Wise , nn old resi
lient of this city , took place yesterday after
noon nt I ! o'clock from the Broadway Metho
dist chut < ! li , and wns largely attended. 'She
deceased was novcnty jenrs of ape , and was
known to many of the older residents of the
Plans have been perfected for remodeling
the Interior of the prcsuit pobtotllco building
which is to bo occupied by John Bcno. It
will bo connected with his pi esent store bj
arched passages nys , and work is to bo com
menced Immediately. The room is to bo va
cated on the 1st of next month.
Tile closing exercises of the Dent nnd Dumb
institution will take place to-morrow nfter-
no ju nt 13 o'clock. An Interesting"programme
ho i been prepared , nifd at its close the pupils ,
to the number of iiSO , will depart for their
homes in various parts of the state , to spend
the summer vacation. The next terra will
begin about the middle of September.
The entire colored population of lower
Broadway turned out to play ball yesterday
afternoon , and the national gnmo had a bad
effect on them. Their appearance ns the.v
returned indicated n row between the urn-
jil.'o nnd the inevitable kickers. The grand
mogul of the gnuie objected to nny interfer
ence and wielded a bat in u manner tllut led
to many base hits.
Plans for the now athletic park at Lake
Manawa are about completed , and the work
of putting it in order will be commenced this
week. The enclosed space will -be 330 feet
sq lare , and will contain not only a base ball
diamond , but n tennis court , football , nnil
cricket giound , and a quarter mile tiack for
bicycle racing. An amphitheater with o
Boating capacity of 1,000 people will be
eroded on ono side of the enclosure. At
tractions of some kind will take place on the
grounds dally , nud particularly on Sundays.
All of the games of the city league will be
played there after the grounds are put in
It is desirable that all who arc intcrestei
in the proposed excursion to the Crete Chau
tauqun , and all w ho intend to go. shouli
hand In their names as early as possible , ir
order that seine idea may bo gained at once
as to the probable number. If there nn
enough to go , the rates will bo made vorj
low , nnd the train made up here to go righi
through. Those who would like to" improve
such a pleasant opportunity should call a1
Horkncss Bros. ' . F. C. Cook's , Dr. Hough
ton's oftlco , or the Broadway Union Pacific
depot. There should bo no delay on the par !
of those desiring to join in such nn excursion
A meeting of those Interested in the Chau
tauqua assembly is called for to-night at th <
board of trade rooms. This great entcrpns (
is about secured , and it needs but n llttlo
hearty , prompt co-operation on the part ol
citizens to enable the assembly to bo started ,
Work on the grounds should begin at once ,
but nothing will bo done until the 10,000 has
been secured hero. Let all who can nttent
the meeting this evening , that there may be
n full and frco exchange of opinions , and :
lift made which wi 1 makofurther appeals foi
this enterprise unnecessary. The iibsemblj
if started on the plans proposed will ncxi
season bring 100,000 visitors to the grounds
Superintendent Rothcrt , of the institutior
for the deaf and dumb , wns out riding will
his family Saturday afternoon , and on re
turning homo had Just helped his family t <
alight from the carriage , when the hoi so suddenly
donly started on the Juinp Mr. Rothcrt wai
dragged n short distance , and was compollec
to let go his hold on the reins. The unse
strained nnimal then had his own way acrosi
the ploughed ground , until horse and carri
ngo were thrown in a heap by striking i
ti co. The carriage was a complete wreck
It was fortunate that the occupants of thi
carriage hud safely allghtqd before the rui
was made , as they could not otherwise havi
nil escaped injury.
Kaunas City and Oinnlm.
Commencing .Tune 1 , 1SSS , the K. C. , St. Ji
ft. C. , U. R. R. Co. will run their trains Nos
8 and 4 between Kan bus City and Omuha vi ;
Council Bluffs and the U. 1 * . bridge. The ;
Will arrive and depart thosamoas heretofore
M. M , MAUSIULL ,
. Gen'l Agent.
The engineers fatr co for Durlin Bros
for their jrrocericH , 533 Broadway , Ei
Llod will take your order. Tel. tISX ) .
Union Abstract company , 30 Main street
MIsa Ilcllen Sprink , who has been cor
noutotl with the honso of H. Eiseinan & Ci
ta bend saleswoman , has accepted a slmila
sltion with John Bcno & Co.
John E. Ahlcs loft for Cincinnati ycstci
day afternoon. Ho will return by way o
Chicago and take in the icpublican convei :
tion on the 10th lust. , the proceedings o
which ho will report for the Omaha Germa
paper , the Tribune.
E. n. Shcnfa loans money on chat to
security of every description. Privati
conbultinp rooms. All business btrictl ;
confidential. Oftlco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Muin street , up-btnirs.
S. \Vndb\vorth & Co. loan monoy.
Tip ton 1ms bargains , in real estate.
Cut Hates to Chicago ,
The Chicago , Burlington & Quinc ;
railroad will give cut rates to nil whi
ilesiro to attend the republican con
volition at Chicago , ono fnro for tin
round trip. A special train will rui
for tholr accommodation , but the ticket
will be good on regular trains on am
after June 10. . Tickets will bo on sal
on June 1-1 and from the 10th to 10th in
clubivo. Good to return between tin
S20th anil llotli. M. M. Murfalmll , genera
lie Settled By M rrlntc.
Last Saturday evening Justice Bnrnet
was waited ui > on by a colored gentleman wh
desired his legal authority for a short tlim
Accompanying his pilot the 'wjuiro ' .went t
No , 707 Broadway where ho found Mr. Tei
roll , a colored nlan , und Magglo Nelson ,
Danish girl , both from Omaha. Thcso wcr
the ones who desired onlcial attendance , an
the marriage ceremony was quickly pel
formed. This is the couple whoso trials nn
trlbulutloiu. have already been given in TH
BBS. The ceremony could not bo pcrforme
in Nebraska , which is probably tl.o rcuso
why the couple came to Iowa.
CHILDREN IN THE CHURCHES ,
The Day Observed With Pleasing
ATHLETIC SPORTS AT THE PARK.
Terrell Squares Himself Hy Mnrrjlnc
the Glrl-Tlic UlulTH Badly Bnt-
tied I'olBoncd. Wlfli Corned
Clilltl roll's Dny.
Being the orlgnntors of Children's Dny
yesterday wns fittingly observed by the
Methodist church the world over. Recog
nizing the fitness of devoting one Sunday
rnch j'cnr to the children In services pecul
iarly adapted to the younp , the other evan
gelical denominations are growing Into an
abscrvanco of the day. Services adapted to
the occasion wcro held at the Broadway
Methodist , Congregational and 1'resb.vterlan
churches and Harmony Mission chapel.
"Tho Fruitful Vineyard , " a responsive ser
vice was prepared by the children of LJioad-
"Bright aurora'.s rosy fingers ,
Backward pushed the gates of light ,
And the sun in golden splendor
Hooded half the world with light ;
Bringing in the floral Sunday ,
Which wo consecrate to youth ,
In the nnmo of Christ our Savior.
And the cause of love and truth. "
This opening hymn Introduced the services
of the evening hour. A scripture lesson by
the pastor , Rev.V. . II. W. Kccs , and a
"Gloria Patri" by the Sunday school follow
ed. A responsive rending , illustrating "tho
discipline and doctrine of wisdom. " wns pre
sented oy Superintendent W. W. Tulloys and
the school. Prajorby the pastor and the
Lord's ' orayor chanted by the school. The
anniversary address wns delivered by the
pastor. "Tho Children's Jubilee ; a Scrip
tural Acrostic , " was rendered by Superin
tendent Tullcys and the muliencc. An
especially prepared address by Arthur Wil
son preceded the offertory. This latter was
an impressive exercise. A number of bas
kets wcro sent through the congregation to
receive the oiTcriiTgs of the people. Sus
pended above the pulpit was a wire , and as
these baskets with their collections were re
turned one by one , beautiful bouquets of
( lowers accompanied them. Tliceo Horal nc-
companitnents wcro llxed in frames so as to
form certain letters , and as the baskets
were received thcso frames were suspended
from the wire. When the ; olTcrtory wns
concluded and the last boquct was put in
place this motto wns revealed : "Lend a
Hand. " The exercise was interesting and
pleasing to the older portion of the audience ,
as well as the children. A short address was
given by the pastor , prayer by Hov. W. T.
Smith , hymn by the school and benediction
closed the exercises of the evening. An np-
proprinte song service was interspersed
throughout the hour.
The sermon of the morning wns appropriate
to the day , being upon , "Little Things. " It
wus uppllcablo to the everyday life of the
child , and adult ns well. Two children were
presented for baptism. The church was
hnndbomely dccorntcd with flowers for the
Both morning and evening Cervices were
fitting to the day. The moiriing exercises
were mainly by the children , and us follows :
Organ Voluntary ; duet by Miss Merkcl and
Mrs. Ward ; invocation. Dr. Phelps ; chorus
by school. Seven children wcro presented
by their parents for baptism"1 solo by Miss
Merkcl ; reading by Mm Wallace ,
being a selection as to the bear
ing of Sunday school missions upon the
future of this country. Recitation , of live
little girls , Miss Hattie DoVol's class. Chorus
by the school. Hccitation by members of
Mrs. Lyon's class. Charlie Mnthis , a little
boy of less than three years old electrified
the audience by singing "Jesus Loves Me , "
and "Precious Jewels. " Ho could bo heard
nil over the cnurch. Recitations by Hubert
Hicks , Roy DoVol and Minnie Williamson ,
Singing by Helen French and the infant
class. Chorus by the school.
Address by the pastor , Ur. Phelps.
Four little boys lifted the collection , which
was for Sunday school mission work. Amount
$25. Beautiful voluntary during the collec
tion. The exercises closed with the doxology ,
prayer and benediction. Miss Julia Oflicer
presided at the organ and Charles D. Par-
melee presided over the exercises ns a whole.
The evening exercises were a continuation
of the above idea , and well embraced in n
sermon by the pustor , upon ' 'Childhood in
the Bible. " The following excellent musical
programme wns rendered in connection :
Organ Prelude "Jerusalem the Golden"
Arranged by Spark
"Christian , Let Your Heart bo Glad"
Miss Merkcl , Mrs. Ward , Mr. Treynor.
"Tho Children's Hour" Cower
"Hark , Hnrk My Soul'- Shellej
Miss Merkel and Mrs. Ward.
Organ Response Batiste
"Angel Voices" Faurt
"Hail , Hail , O Mighty Power" Trio. . . .
Miss Merkel , Mrs. Ward , Mr. Treynor.
"Tho Xew Kingdom" Tours
"List to the Prayer" Trio Costt
Miss Morkol , Mrs. Ward , Mr. Troynor.
Grand Offering Organ Wclj
Both services wcro attended by largo nudi
coxniir.aATioNAi , cinmcii.
The auditorium was decorated with flowcri
and ferns , symbolizing youth and immortal
ity. The exercises of the morning consistct
mainly in the address to the Sunday sehoo
by the pastor , Rev. G. W. Crofts. Ills tex
wus. "Wist ye not that I must bo abou
My Father's business , " Ho presented uu
enlarged the following points ; Children cat
love Jesus. Children can coino to Jesus
Children can follow Jesus. Children car
work for Jesus. It was essentially n scrmoi
for llttlo folks. The speaker propoundci
questions to the scholars , which drew thoti
out In the line of thought. * Ho asked : "Now
children , what can you do for Josusl" At to :
n moment's silence ono little follow held u |
his hand , ready with an answer. "Well , tn ;
llttlo man , what can you do for.TcsusI" askei
the pastor. "Lug in wood and things. " Tli
reply brought a smllo to the faces of the nu
ditors , and the -answer was taken by tin
pastor as u literal application of the tcx
which ho took occasion to reinforce ns th
lesson of the text. At the close of thcso ox
crciscs the regular services of the day wcr
Interesting oxcrcisea wcro held at 3 o'cloc !
p. in. Tlicso consisted of recitations nni
songs by the school and an address b ;
Colonel H. C , Hubbard , The attendance
Comparing the observance of the day wltl
that of pum years , there Is no doubt but tlia
the sentiment is a growing ono , that the sut
ject is ono which can bo inado of univcrsn
interest to the young , and through this intct
cut n stronger hold can bo gained upon thcl
affections and lives.
The public nro lioroby notified tlm
the partnership which hns horotofon
existed between C , J. Swim nnd W. S
liobinson , proprietors of the Doincutii
bukory nt No. 005 Main St. , is this dai
dissolved by mutuiil consent. C. S. Swivi
collects all bills und ussuin.es all Urn
liabilities incurred binco March 28.
c. J. SWAN ,
"W. S. RoiiINSON.
Fleet on Foot.
The hose race and coupling exhibition
together with the races of the members o
the hose team drew , a largo number o
pleasure seekers to the Uulon driving par ]
yesterday afternoon nnd the hack and bu
Hues of the city wcr < | taxcd to carry tnom all
Thu day was all that could bo desired for th
occasion , and the track was in prime cor
ditlon. The races were advertised to begi.
promptly at 8 o'clock , but It was an hou
later before the llrst nice wus run.
The sprinting race of 130 yards was run i :
three heats and the three winners run tn th
final. The flyers to too the scratch in th
fhsthoat weroBethuno , Ross , Hough , W ,
and Atherton. Bethune was an easy wlnno
iu 11 U 5 seconds. The starter ; ) in the sccon
weio Hart , Doiier , Clack and Hough , C
Hart fulled to turtvhen the pistol \ \ a
THE ECONOMICAL !
There are hundreds and
thousands of places where you
can spend your dimes and dollars
lars , but how few where you
can save them ?
You can save not only
DIMES , but DOLLARS , by
attending our Six Days' Un
loading sale , commencing to
'Each and every department
will bo full of the best bar
gains ever offered.
Grand special sale of Para
Grand special sale of Laces
Special bargains in Hosiery ,
Gloves and Corsets.
Tremendous clearing' out
sale of WHITE GOODS , LAWNS
and WASH DRKSS GOODS.
Special bargain sale of Silks
and Dress Goods.
All must be sojd during
this week at Half Price at
NOS. 218 , 220 , 222 & 224
1511 DOUGI > AS ST. , OMAHA , NEU.
EGAN & KIMBALL ,
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS.
No. 652 Broadway , Opera House Block ,
Council BlulTs. Telephone No. 284.
flrcd nnct Locier came in first In 11 % seconds.
There were but three btnrters in the third
heat , Lee , Islott nnd Pepper , and they came
under the wire in the order they are mumed
The winners , Bolthunc , Lozlcr nnd Leo.
then walked up to the scratch for the ttiiiii
heat , and it was soon disposed of In the same
time ns the preceding one , with Uctliuno
ilrst out , and the other two tied for second
The running was all very fast and dis
tances allowed at the start was a correct es
timate of the comparative merits of the run
ners. Uetnuuo was licnvily handicapped and
had to run for all that was in him. The dis
tances allowed wcro ns follows : Duthuno ,
scratch ; Uoss , throe yards ; W. Hough , four
yards ; Atherton , four yards ; Hart , two
yards ; Lozlcr live yards ; O. Hough , three
yards ; Clock , throe yards ; Pepper , three
yards ; Leo , three yards : Molt , five yards.
Next cauio the exhibition race and coupling
of the hose team. The members presented a
fine picture of physical manhood as they
appeared on the track , and the rc&ult of theit
run showed them to bo in flno condition for
the coming contest at the state tournament
Their places on the rope were as follows :
Hart and Pepper in the lead , Gibson and
Dothuno' , Hyan and Leo , Clark and Hough ,
Atherton and HougH in front of the cart ,
Hess und Lozlcr hose pullers , Molt nnd Cor
nelius couplers. The men came down the
track at a rattling puit when the pistol was
11 roil , and there was weight enough In the
harness so that when the hose was pulled it
did not perceptibly slaclccn them. Mott and
Cornelius , the champion hose couplers of the
world , made a splendid coupling , and the
tlmo complete was taken as 88Ji seconds.
The track was slightly down hill , nnd helped
the tlmo a little.
The couplers then gave an exhibition ol
quick coupling , and several trials wcro made
lu 1 i ) 5 seconds. The best time made was
The exhibition throughout was a splendid
one , and the large number of spectators in
the amplthcatcr tcstitlcd tholr approval In
loud and long continued applause. The
gate receipts wcro considerable and
netted the boys a neat sum to go toward
defraying the expenses of tbolr trip to Clln
ton. It was their llrst run together , ant
oven then the members wcro not all there
The prospect of bringing homo the champion
uhlp is very good indeed , and they will sliow
their contestants a pace that will astonUt
them. In the free-for-all Hcthuno and Pep
per will run In the lead , and with the chain
plon couplets victory is certain.
Buy muntols , grates and hearth fur-
mshiugs of the Now York plumbing Co ,
Traveleral Stop at the Bechtelo.
Motor Line Time Table.
Until further notice the Manawa motoi
line will Icavo tbo Rock Ibland tracks at 9 , K
and 11 o'clock a. m. ; at 1 , 2. 3 , 4 and 5 o'cloct
p. in. and at 7 , 6,1) ) and 10 o'clock p. m.
Sunday. Hcliool Convention.
Last Saturday afternoon a. convcntlon o
the Sunday schools of Garner township wai
hold at the Grange hall , ncavr Paries' mill
Uov , VV. H. W. Hccs and Brother UeLong , o
this city , attended. A complete proftrammi
was carried out , which , with u large and ea
tuusiastio attendance , wus very entertaining
I * l
SHOWING THE ADVANTAGES OP COUNCH. BLUFFS.
uargcsi OIOCH , Ooodat'
Lowest Prices , I , Clothing , Hata , Caps , oto. ( J
1VT , F. RDHRER , . Wllliikm SiDdantopf ;
* -V . . Denier 10- * . . --rf ffardman , Everett < 0 Fisher
BWWM. CUo.Counljr REAL-ESTATE
MtrrUAU UFK INO. co. N W YOU. . 103 M lo SL Council . HlnrtV. ' .
IBM Si. Marr'i Av'.lumiiK
Largest Capital and Surplua Your Patr'onagg - tT >
x of Any Bank in the city. | CITIZENS STATE BANK In RnlMttut. §
& o xxaaxfe'S'J J !
o o x\ <
rate STH , & A.D.FastBr , ASMOKE J\ SQUIRE'S
Fcrcgoj.A Moore's '
. Wholesale Santo' Rasa ! THE"BEST. 4"J
No ; 8. Pearl St s
o n \V s CsS. J ,
tO CO axj xxaaxfe'S' ' 4" 3 <
EMPKIE - H ARDWARE CO. WEIR SHUGART CO.
GTJOEiE3R2ZETC. : : .
Manufacturer of Fine Cimiagcs nnd Buggies. H.F HATTENHAUER I always hoop 5n stock a larco variety of castora
I liavo nlwnys n full stock to select from. . , , irmko CtirriUKCs , which 1 sou atn very lonito. .
Cull and examine. Prices Low. X'ON. ! 27 tn it 14 rourth Slrcot. T n.tn nlwiivft ronilx * tn shnw f oodH.
IF YOU IIAVC ANY
SECOND-HAND STOVES OR FURNITURE
Call on M. IMIOIIL.1CH , 5S8 ISroiKlwuy , wliorc you will receive
the Highest Ciu.Ii Price.
Wrought and Cast IllUll If II11 il FOR
IBiiilfUngs , Automatic II rt I &w T Q Highest Economy ,
Repairs. New C 2il ffnnd L M U 111LU Simplicity and
Nos. 1100 to 1200 , Tenth Avenue. Council BlulTs.Ia. Telephone 100.
SPECIALndvertlnements , such ns last , found ,
To Loan , For Sale , To Kent , Wants , Hoarding
etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at the low
rateofTENUKNTSPKUliINEfor the llrst In
sertion nnd Five Cents I'er Line for ench mibse-
iiuent Insertion. Leave advertisements at our
olllce. No. 12 Pearl Street , near Hroadway , Coun
cil Ulutrs Iowa.
EOR SALE four-mom house with kitchen
good cellar , uell/ cistern nncl other Im
provements. J. 1' . Peterson , ! iM Lincoln nve.
To Inily waiters nt the Kuroneau
T i restaurant , 11- Ali n st.
FOR UKN'T A new seven room house. Ono
of the most convenient In the city. Apply
to Torest Smith , llrowii building. _
TO UKN'lVStoro room on Pearl street. Just
south of llee onicu. Apply to Horace Ever
ett , Council lllulls , la.
FOH SALE O'r trade , good furm near Heehe-
town , In Iliurlscm county. Will take hoi sea
and cattle In pait payment. Apply to Horace
Everett. _ _
OR UKNT Tuo farms In Colfnx Co. , Neb.
Oooil Innd near mill oad. Terms easy. Address -
dress Johnson A : ynn Patten , Council Uluila.
TTlOIl SALK A peed , complete bakery. 713
- IIlroailwav. . 1'ied Au erda. _
I WILL buy peed second-hand furniture , stoves
and carpets ; will pay full cash value. A. J.
Mandul , S3 Broadway.
WANTED A Urst-class cook.nt the Creston
T710H SALE At a bargain , 40 acres near stock
J-1 yards. South Omaha , Neb. , Johnson &
Christian , Hoom 35 , Chamber of Commerce ,
" \\7ANTED Stocks ot merchandise. Have
TV Oinnlul and Council Hinds city property.
alto western land to exchange for goods. Call
on or address Johnson & Christian , Hocm 35 ,
Cnamber of Commerce. Omaha. _
DO YOU WANT
IM : o
You can get it In any amount , on either shorter
or long time , oil chattnl or real estate security.
Has real estate of all kinds. Call on or address
L. 11. Ciafts , KTJ Hrondway , Council Hlulls.
D. H. McOANELD & CO. ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
E20 and 822 Main Street.Council
QGDEN BOILER WORKS
- : - - - ,
CARTER&SON , Prop's.
All Kinds of Steam Boilers & Sheet Iran Work.
Orderi by mall for repairs promptly attended
to. Satisfaction iiinrunteed. 10th Avenue. Ad
dress Oeden Holier Works. Council Illiiffs.Iowa.
SNYDER & SNYDER
M. B. SNYDER , A. M. . M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
MRS. M. B. SNYDER ,
Diseases of Women and Children ,
307 UroaAway , Council BUilTn.
THEO. BECKMAN ,
JJANUIMCTUUKU OF ANII DEAI.EU IN
HARNESS , SADDLES ,
BRIDLES AND COLLARS.
A Full Assortment of Harness Goods Con-
Kcpalring Neatly nnd Promptly Done.
NO. 205 MAIN ST. ,
COUNCIL HIjUFPS , : : IOWA
It. ( JltAUL , Miiiniructiircr.
NO. 101 E. ftltOAIMVAY.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
WOBroaa\VRy Couutli DIuHa , lOWa , EstublUUcd
YOU 00 UIUIIT DOWN OX )
And Get That licautifiil 1'nttcrn of
1 SAW THEKE YESTBUDAY.
UK DOKS A Mi KINDS OF
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
DECORATING , WHITENING , ETC. ,
And Hns None lint Experienced Workmen.
Nos. 11 Jt la Ponrl St. , Council lllufltj.
Big lot of Yellow Jersey and Nnnsnnioml
FOK SAIn 11Y
J. R. McPHERSON
Grower and Dealer in
Vegetables , Vegetable Plants , Frnits , Etc ,
F.AST I'lUKCi : .STJCEET ,
MAIL OHDEH8 1'JIOSIITLV FILLED.
The Morris Type Writer Is n practical , .well
made anil Jlni'ly Mulshed machine , and combines
the perfect lettering , exact alllgiimi-nt , und
rapid rltlnj ; of a hlh ( mired writer. The Mil-
t-'ON MlMiOllAl'Jl ; ( ( , the bebt apparatus made
for manifolding nutoj-rnphlc nnd tvpe writer
vorkiUX : ) copies can be t.iken. TVl'K WIUTJIH
hupplleH for fcule Send for circulars. The Ex.
coixlor Co. , Council HluUu , In.
Mention this paper.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
Uroaduuy , Council lllutra , Opp. IJummy Depot
ncrscs and mules c iutdiitly on hanJ , for
sale at retail or In car load lots , , . t
Orders coutiact oa snort
promptly fllled by
titork sold on commission.
Telephone IU. Bl'U I.U I'EU A llOI.ny.
Opposite Duiauy Depot Council llluiri
WE HAVE SOLD A GREAT QUANTITY OF
BUT WE YET HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK AND
WIEL CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY DEPART
MENT IS CLEANED OUT. I >
The Best Bargains Ever Offered will be given
to our trade during this week.
We shall paralyze prices and surprise the buy
ers. No matter what you want , CALL AND
SEE US. We will give you betler values for
less money than you ever got in your lives
before. REMEMBER THE PLACE ,
401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
St. Marys Ave , , 103 in Street ,
O3IABIA , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA
A triumvirate of instruments which cannot bo excelled in tone , benuty of finish
and general workmanship *
Royal and Century Organs
Excel all others in style of case , beauty of finish nnd volume of tone.
Sold for CASH or on MONTHLY PAYMENTS/ /
All kinds of Musical Instruments , Russian Gut Strings , Sheet Music and MusU
Dealers supplied nt Chicago prices. Send for Catalogue. r
Our Department of TOYS and FANCY OOI > S , we are doling
out at IOSH than cost. I > oalors pleiiHc iiiaUc a note of HiU , und got
your goods cheap. n
ESTABLISHED 1812. INCORPORATED 187A
MASSILLON , Oil 10 , MAKUFACTCIIEKS.
Especially Adapted tot
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators/
AUTOMATIC . CUT-OFF ENGINES.
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Specifications nnd estimates furnished for complete steam plunts , Regulation , Durability Guar
anteed. Can show letters from users hero fuel Economy Is eiiml with Corliss Nou-Condtnulog ,
IlKANC'll MOUSi ; , COIJ.VCII , JIMJFFS , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
DR. 'C. B. J U DD , '
ELECTING. BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Siilcsincii on large commission or salary.
WATiii.OCAI : , AM > TKAVIXIXtt ACJKXTS OJV COMMISSION *
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 26O
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