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BEIfl WEDNESDAY , JUNE 20.
(5. ( THE OMAHA DAILY ;
OFFICU NO. 12 IM2AIIIJ STKKKT.
Delivered liy Carrier In Any 1'nrtot the City at
Twcnty Cents Per Wiile. .
H. W.TJ1.TUN. . . . . MANAUHU.
TiuriioNis : : :
Jltif Hsr.sa OPHOJ. No. H ,
NJOIIT KDlTOH , No. 21.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
New sprinR poods nt Keller's.
Misses school hats reduced from fiOc to 15c
nt II. Frlcdtmiti's.
Suporintcndeut McNmiRliton reports "tho
onrilincnt of pupils In Uio public schools nt
UK)1 ( ) Tor thu year wlilch closet nuxl Kriduy.
.luly 4 the Tcmplo Hulldbri of the UiipMst
church will servo dinner nnd supper nt W)3 )
Hromlu'a.v. The proceeds will go to benefit
Permits for the erection of WOO dwellings
linvo been Issncd by the city elei k to Chris
Kuholm and It. 1) . Armstrong , and to N. L.
Jriiscn for n ? 70 nddltlon.
Oeor o Hud to , the manngcr of the Council
Hindu team , Is trying to nrrancc for u BOJUC
with the I'lnttsinouth team nt Mntmwn Ath-
Jotio park next Friday afternoon.
Smilro Harriett tied n double hard Itnot In
n plnco of his matrimonial cord , Monday
evening , uniting for life the ilcstuilcs of Alvti
Yvlllsuml Alllo Pierce , both of Hoek Island ,
A delivery wagon runaway created n
momentary breejo on Hroadwny yesterday
morning , hut ns the dyers wern stopped
without doinj ; any iliunngo , tliu i ijijilo rjuickly
The application of the Lake Mnnnwn
motor ( - oiiiiiny ] ! to dissolve the "Milwaukee"
injunction , was not argued at Avocu yester
day. It will bo heard by Judge Uceincr
The fr.mlly of Chris Ucck Is aoroly anilctcd
nt the present tune , live members being ill
with intermittent fever. Two of them , ono
of whom Is the wife and mother , nro not ex
pected to recover.
The new drill corps recently orpuilrcd. In
connection wltti thu republican club hcld/n /
meeting last evening , and will hereattcr mcut
every Tuuf day evening for drill. The mem
bership Is rapidly Increasing , and the bimud
presents a very line nppearaneo on parade.
The city marshal and Ins deputies are busy
serving notices of the abatement of nuis
ances. mid also the special assessment no
tices for the curbing that has just bee.n com
pleted on lower ISroadwiiy between Streets
vlllo and the river.
Sunday ntturiioon Samuel Hurton , of Lewis
township , and Mary A. Hott , daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Heft , on avenue 1) , wcro
united in marriage , Kov. Dr. Cooley , of the
Baptist church , otliclating. 'J'ho ceremony
w.is performed at the josldcnco of thobrido's
The Mueller Music company 1ms Just re
ceived n lot of now and popular songs by the
standard writers. Among these arc Whites'
"Madeline ; For Thos Alone , " and "Only
to See Thco.Smilo" both by Strelezkl. They
are beautiful and ahold bo in the folios of
W. C. DoLongnud Professor Howard , of
Omaha , wcro In the city .vcstorduy arranging
for the production of u popular opera by an
Omaha'uombtnution. The organization will
combine the best musical talent of the two
cities. This entertainment will bo given at
Dohaiiey's opera house on the evening of the
U7th Inst. , for the benefit of St. Hernard's
Monday night , nbout 11 o'clock , Mrs. Edith ,
wife of Edward Landmack , passed away
from this life , aged about twenty-four years.
Two children , eau an infant a few hours old ,
urothus left molhci less , and the sympathy
of the community will go out to the stricken
husband and little ones. The funeral ser
vices will take pluco. this afternoon , at ! )
o'clock , at the residence , corner of IJamon
and Hill streets.
John l > Wenvor holds the sub-contract to
do the brick wink on the new Washington
uvunuo school building , and Contractor Mur
phy states that the galvanized iron and tin
work will also bo done in this city. The
brick used will bo nmnufactuied here , and
nil of the work done by lioino workmen.
This policy of favoring homo labor and en
terprises is highly commendable. It is not
yet decided whether to get the stone for the
building nt Anamosa or Jollct , although it is
probable that the latter place will furnish it.
The funeral of ttio late John Newton will
take place nt 10 o'clock this morning from the
Broadway Methodist church. The deceased
was sixty-tin eo years of age , and had been a
resident of this city for the past thirty-three
years. Ho had been suffering for some time
prior to his death from cancer of the stomach
ach , and was able to take but very little
nourishmcntgradually starving to death. Ho
was acquainted with all of the older settlers
in this vicinity , and leaves a large number of
friends to mourn his death.
Union Abstract company , -iSO Main street.
Tlio engineers strilco for Durlin Bros.
for their crouurieB , S.'tU Broadway , lid
Lloyd will tuko your order. Tel. 00.
The Kicknpoo Indians , with their
wonderful inoiiieinoa , are here , corner
Broiidwny and Eighth Bts.
Oacar Kiplinger , Charles Hummel and
Harry Haworth go to Blue lake to-day with
the determination to nrcak all lish records.
Charles Beno U attending the Chicago con
vention and attending to business connected
with the Jinn with which ho is associated.
Mrs. S. B , Wadsworth leaves to-day for
Oregon , 111. , her old home , where her sister
is prostrated with n probable fatal illness ,
She will remain about two months.
A cablegram was received yesterday from
Mrs. II. Friedman , dated nt Hamburg , Ger
many. Friends will bo glad to know that
thovoyagowas made in safety anil all ur
Mrs. Fimnia KO\\OKK \ \ Bnckort will re
ceive a limited number of scholars in
vocal culture. Apply nt Mueller Musio
company. _ _
Should llnvn Una Morn Knot.
Mrs. W , H. Lewis is the niiniu ofnnun-
fortunate woman living ut the corner of Ave
nue A and Eighth street who Is left to mourn
the duplicity of a man whom she supposed
was her lawful husband , until the veil was
rudely torn aside. Several days ago Lewis
left the city , leaving also his wife , a little
girl and several creditors. It now transpires
that ho hns thrca wives , and Mrs. Lewis No.
1 , who Is the mother of the little girl , came
from Omahn Monday and took her daughter
awuy with her , The abandoned woman is
Without means or friends in this city and
money Is being raised to HCIU ! her to her
home in St. Joe. The police are investigat
ing .Lewi * ' rucoid ,
Wo Imvo n number of nltehtly dam
aged pianos mid orjrans which will ho
Bold at a bargain. Cull on Mueller
MufiloCo , , 10i : Main Ht.
Grand balloon itsconnion by the
KicUiipoo.i , Saturday uvuiiing , 8 o'clock ,
cor. Bronthyay nnd ICighth bts.
Free Indian show every nigthtfor
three weeks , corner of Uroadwuy and
Duy mantels , grates and hearth fur-
o ( thu New York plumbing Co.
The lloaiil of Trade.
There was a meeting of the board of trade
Jiutuvcnlng , out there was no business trans
acts ! . as there was no quorum. Those pres
ent dfci'iiBucd certain mutters privntuly. but
nothing nuw was divulged nor any additional
BUsps taken to uhut had ulioady been begun ,
E. II , Shcafe loans money on chattel
eoeurity ol every description. Private
consulting rooms. All bubiness strictly
contidontial. Oflico 600 Broadway , cor-
icr Main btrect , up-staira.
Buy a "Whito"suw. much. 20 N.Maln ,
B. B. Wudsworth & to. loan money.
Travoloral Stop ut the Bc'chtele.
ALL ABOUT THE BLUFFS ,
An Idiot Who Boards nt Swill Bar
rels and Fires Buildings.
A VERY HEARTLESS BIGAMIST ,
Ho Deserts AVIfo No. .1 A Scavenger
ByMcni llnilly Needed Walling
Tor Hotel Men 1'crmmals and
The city has been endeavoring for several
heated terms to clean up the streets and
alloys by publishing notices signed by mar
shals , nmyois nnd other titled personages.
Thcso ptoclamntions have a healthy effect
on the cash drawers of pet political organs ,
jut seem to effect little else.
Citl/cns who nro ordered to remove garb
age from their yards nnd nlleis are tiiront-
cncd with dire penalties for neglect or diso
bedience , yet they arc not provided with any
way of icmovlngthcofronslvonraiimiluUons.
A private residence can have a barrel In the
jack yard , but there is no way of getting It
emptied except by private contract. Ono
can hardly find any one willing to take
such garbage tiway at any mice.
It Is useless to ask the city marshal for In
formation ns to how this garbnpo can bo dis
posed of. H would llko to tell but ho docs
not know. His orders are simply to mnko
Iteoplo clean up. or else lilo information
against them. lie hns to Icnvo It to the citi
zen to hunt up some one ns best he can.
Aside from the expense of thus having a
team tmiKc a special trip for each little lot ,
those who attempt to do this work have no
| ) lace to dump the garbage nnd trouble Is lia
ble to arise nbout that. The situation , In
brief , Is that a man must remove his garbage
or bo fined. He can hire no no ono to remove -
move It , cannot remove it himself , and there
is no place to which It may be taken.
The council Is being urgcct to district the
city , employ or license scavengers , select
some dumping giound , nnd then cnforco
cleanliness. Kach heated season has brought
thNsamc trouble to the notice of the city ,
but no season has yet brought any solution.
Smells grow more plenty nnd carts more
A Slotloy Gathering.
Judge Aylcsworth opened his eyes In sur
prise as ho took his accustomed scat in police
court yesterday morning , to see Maggie
1'ctcrson umblo ponderously forward and re
quest in dulcet tones to be released. "Why , "
said his honor , "that is what you asked yes
terday , and I let you go. How does it hap
pen you are hero again ! " Magglo did not
dolpn to reply , nnd the information was ob
tained from another source that she was
found nt 7 o'clock on the preceding evening
nt the "Q" local depot as drunk as it is ever
possible for a mortal to be. . Captain Dyer
made the arrest , nnd he was compelled to
support the drowsy femnle's head on his
manly bosom for the full space of an hour
and twenty minutes , until the patrol wagon
could answer n call to' the transfer and then
coino to his relief. Slip was In possession of
$ 1 and a railroad ticket , and the court or
dered Chief Lucas to take her to the depot
nnd sea that she left the city on the first
Kiloy Br.idshaw , a repulsive looking idiot ,
was the next victim , nnd'tho court was asked
to effectually dispose of him In some way , as
ho was in danger of being killed. Ho is in the
habit of frequenting the alleys of the city ,
ane the officers see him going through the
swill barrels and take him for a thief. Ho
does not obey their orders to holt , and slips
his hands into his pockets in such a sus
picious manner that the policeman do not
know whether ho intends to pull a pun on
them or not , and have barely recognized him
in time to avoid shooting him. He has n
mania for setting firus , having burned the
depot nt Glcnwood a few years ago , nnd
when arrested Monday evening , was trying
to set lire to the rubbish around thu trans
fer depot. The court ordered him locked up
until ho could consider the case.
Mrs. Beech , the poor , lone widow who fig
ured n few days ago as the prosecuting wit
ness In thccasoof Claia Mi'Kinley for keep
ing u disorderly house , was again on hand
and informed the court that Clara had failed
to obey orders , nnd seek green fields nnd
pastures new , but was still conducting her
self in such a manner ns to bring disrepute
on the wholu house and neighborhood. She
wanted to swear out n warrant for "Old
Man Items , " the owner of the property , us
she believed he was in "cahoots" with the
McKinncy woman. She was accommodated ,
and an olllcer was dispatched to order Mr.
Keuis to appear in court this morning.
Knocked n Scat ) Off.
A case was tried before Judge Aylcsworth
yesterday afternoon in which some of the
"Q" scabs took a prominent part. From
the testimony of the numerous witnesses
examined , it appeared that the difllculy grew
out of the feeling that exists between the
friends of the strikers and the scabs. Mon
day evening a trio of the latter , Burns ,
Arnold ami Miildlcton , met two union men ,
Lynch of the Hock Island , and Koach of the
Union Pacific , on Pe.irl street , and a few
questionable compliments wcro exchanged ,
which soon led to blows. Although the
scabs were in the majority , they stood up to
the rack but a very few minutes before
taking to their heels. They testified that
they "run to call a policeman , " Several
witnesses were examined on each side , and
the court room was filled with inteiestcd
spcctatois. After briefly reviewing the
evidence , the court announced his decision
that Lynch was the aggressor , and accordIngly -
Ingly fined him iS and costs , amounting to
nearly 4-20 in all. One of the
scabs posed as a "dead game fish , " and
created considerable merriment by his
valorous assertions that he "never would
run , " still ho was unable to account for his
remarkable sprinting of the preceding
Kansas City nntl Omnlm.
Commencing June 1,18SS , the It. O. , St. Jc
& C. . B. H. It. Co. will run their trains Nos ,
a ami 4 between Kansas City and Omaha vlu
Council Hluffs and the U. 1' . brldgo. Thej
will arrive and depart the same ns heretofore ,
M. M , MAUSIIAI.I. ,
Tip ton hns bargains in real c&tato.
The City UuinprllH Olirdlcnco.
The city council has evidently determined
that it and not the various railroads ecu
toring in the city shall determine what mat
ters come properly within their Jurisdiction
At various times these roads have been not I
ficd to remove all obstructions from Indlur
creek , thci > o obstructions being the piling
used in the construction of bridges. No nt
tentlon hns been puld to these notices anil
yesterday the marshal filed information
against the local representatives of all the
roads crossing the creek. A warrant was is.
huecl for the arrest of Agent M. M. Marshall ,
of the "Q" nnd It. C , This was served ami
the hearing was t.ot for Monday noxt. To
day warrants will bo issued for the following
peraons : A. P. Klwell , J , C , Mitchell , S. H
Stevens , P , M , Uuult and John Lane. II
service can bo secured all these cubes will be
tried on Monday next.
City Council I'rocceillngK.
The city council met last evening to con
sldqr paving and grading bids. These wen
canvassed , but no action was taken. Th <
whole matter was luid over until this ( Wed
ncsday ) evening.
J , K. Harkncss asked the council to pro
vlilo a map of Council Bluffs for use ir
the prosecution of the Chuutuun.ua enter
prUo. On motion of Aldcruiau Lacy , tin
mayor was instructed to multo &uch pur
Adjourned until this evening.
The Grant ! Hotel.
The hotel committee has telegraphed tin
Chicago syndicate to come on at ouco anc
proceed with the erection of the hotel. Ni
answer has yet been received and it is suit
that the members of the syndicate are ur
ranging minor details in regard to the worl
Uoforo leaving Chicago. The letters and dls
patches of the Chicago- gentlemen show Urn
they acted in good fuitb in the mutter , am
uo\V thut thu stipulated conditions havobcei
complied with , it in probable that the worl
will bo pushed through with a rubu.
XIid City Council.
The usual crowd accompanied the council
lown into the cellar Monday nfclit , but the
icatnnd foul atmosphere soon drovotticmup
again , nnd comparative peace nnd quietness
reigned. After routine business on tno-
Ion of Councilman McMillan , the rules were
suspended nnd Attorney Edgerton explained
.hat the charges preferred against Police
Tudgo Kentber wcro presented in an Impnr-
'cct manner , Inasmuch as they wcro pro-
'erred by n citizen Instead of a member of
.bo city count H , ns the ordinance governing
, ho question required. He also asked
that the charges bo mndo specific , In
order that his client might have a fair
show to reply. No action was taken and the
finance committee reported favorably on a
number of bill presented nt the last meeting ,
nnd they shared the old fate of being "placed
on flic. " The committed reported 'unfavor
ably on the proposed brldgo across the creek
nt Albright's avenue. An ordinance to give
uvay a fifteen year franchise to an electric
llcht coimmnv win strongly opposed by Conn-
oilman McMillan. Uafferty and Burk , and
found In Councilman Hayliss Its solo do-
fender. Sharp words were spoken but the
ordinance once moro was sent back to the
committee. Koutino business followed and
Dills amounting to $ l,0Ki.)0 ! : ) were presented
Tor the month. Then the charges against
Jucgo Itcuthcr were oneo moro taken up.
Attorney Edperton again explained that there
was no Inclination on the part of his
: licnt to shirk an Investigation ,
ant he wanted to know specifically the
charges against him. Ho also wanted the
charges to bo preferred by a councilman as
the law required , because it would show
no malice. Mnvor Sloan and Councllmcn
Smith nnd McMillan were of the same opln-
"on , but City Attorney Dowd and Council
man B.iyliss ( of the linn of Dowd & Bayllss )
irgucd contrary. It was finally decided to
lave an investigation on Wednesday nmht.
The question of issuing bonds was talked
over and the city attorney Instructed to dr.ift
.he proper ordinances for the Issuing of
> ends for water , viaducts nnd other pur
poses. The meeting then adjourned until
A Sad Case.
\ sad case of desertion nnd destitution
came to light yesterday afternoon. Two
ladles who wcro looking for a house to rent
mndo their way Into an apparently empty
one on Twenty-seventh street , Just north of
the school house. While looking over the
rooms they ascended to the second story ,
where , to their surprise , they found
u young girl lying on a broken-
down cot with a newly born babe
at her side. Only a few pieces of torn quilts
and blankets afforded her a covering , but
she seemed unwilling to make any statement.
Inquiry showed that her name was Josie
Sedlucek , and that for some time she hud
been employed In various hotels nnd board
ing houses. Thursday last she obtained
work in the Metropolitan laundry , but on
complaining of feeling 111 was allowed to go
homo Friday night. When next seen she
was found ns above , but some charitably dis-
l > ohcd persons have , taken thu matter up and
she Is now Better cared for.
Notes About the City.
This year the assessment will foot up to
Albright is to have a lock-up , and the old
calabooso will bo moved down there.
Councilman McMillan made the statement
that none of the city ordinances were peed ,
nnd a great many think the same thing. Two
of them have already been found .defective.
Charles Singer sent a dozen palm leaf fans
to the city council chamber. They
Moses Pierce having neglected to do the
Scavenger work , James H. Hayes was ap
pointed in his place.
It costs the city from SSO to S100 per month
to furnish Omahn vagrants with 2o-cent
Knights of Labor object to woik on the
streets along side of convicts , and petitioned
thu council to thut effect , hut their petition
was tabled and they will have to do it or
Mrs. J.V. . Clark , of Greenwood , Is the
guest nf her daughter , Mrs. Holland.
Mrs. E. O. Mayfield has returned from a
trip to Greenwood.
D Beginning yesterday the Chicago &
Northwestern will receive and deliver
freight from their depot at Fifteenth and
Webster streets. The road lias for some time
received and delis'ered from the Union Pa
Superintendent Dickinson , of the Union
Pacific , is confined to his house with an at
tack of illness contracted while out on the
road last week. It is said to Do nothing of a
serious nature , however.
niNV ! TIII : unroiiT.
Tun BIE : of Monday contained an item
regarding .no squandering of money at faro
which was to he paid the striking B. & M.
employes by the brotherhood paymaster last
week. Yesterday ono of the local commit
tee men at this point called at this ollico and
left the following , whicn is doubtless the
true statement of the case.
To the Editor of TUB Br.n : I see a state
ment in yesterday's Ben that the paymaster
lor the brotherhood hud spent the money to
be paid to the men at this point playing faro.
Now I wish to state tliut the man who told
this lie exceeds all previous liars , as every
engineer and switchman nt this point has
been paid up to date. Besides , f don't think
our paymaster has knowledge enough of thu
gumo to but any money on that or any other
game , as I have known him for ton years and
never knew him to play cards of any Kind.
Plllt. . SKIDLNSritlCKISIt.
Ilcal Kstiito TransforH.
Ii Bchrocder , triistep , to K II iloKcnnn ,
lot H. tlk . Itrownpurk.wd . $ 350
Max Mover et ill to A 1' Hulfhlll , lot i'J ,
elk 7 , Manhattan mid , wil . 400
John J Id-dick mid wife to C A Palmer et
al. 61x132 ft blkllll. Omaha , wd . 1,000
M Ktclianlion to T Hruxel , he of nw 13-10-
10 e , w d . , . 1,303
William V Mort.0 and wife to II .1 Mnntz ,
lot * 1) ) mid 10 , Vilk T. Symllcato Hill , w il. SOU
M riemlnK to 11 K Ulnduln. a 1XI ( tt ot 'JU
x'JO rods nw of nw 8-16-1II o . 100
J li 1'lerbon nnd wife to ( ! A Mndiiulst ,
lots f. and IB , 1'Iorson's bub , wd . 2.COO
K Kvi'iisou and "Ire to I. V Anderson , lots
ID , blkii. llcdfnrd place , wd . WX )
II Sclmlcder nnd hiuuund to OT Dickin
son , lotH , lilkiU'J , lots a and 3 , blk'llli ,
Onmhu , v < 1 . 1
A J I'oppluton nnd wife toCCPpotswood ,
lot 0. llk ) a. I'opplrton 1'ark. d . l.aiO
luiK Peterson nnd wlfti to Bantl Jacobs ,
lots lOHlidlS , Itellolr. wd . 1,700
J O CnriMtenxt-n ct ul to W T Heanmn , lu
lots. Wk fi. Clovcrdnle mid , w d . 8.009
F J .McCarthy to N 1) lloxle , lot 0 , Claik'a
Mib.wd . . . 600
i ; li Mujnu nndlfi ) to M II lloxlu.lj
lilki , Muyno pluce , wd . 2.2K )
M 11 Jloxia and wife to 1' J McCarthy , lot
ll.blkiK , Muyno place , w d . U.SjO
It M 1'ntteit-on ft ul to L I , Johnson , lot 1C ,
blk 1. Tulsoii place , w d . 1,009
II Konntzu and wlic to A T Ucctor , lot 11 ,
blk a , Kountzo place , w d . l.UM
K llannon ot nl to Nollmunn , lot C , bile 4 ,
Itlversldu odd , w d . 126
Eighteen transfers , aggregating , . f.W.KM
The following building pcrmlta were Is
sued yesterday by the superintendent of
J , II. Cow gill , barn , Vgbert nnd Cuss
streetu . J125
rr.ink Kwiiboiln , tuo-htury frame double
tenement , Hlxteenth ami Williams . . 2,000
Charles lleindorf , Impiuvumeiits tobtom
building , iiu ; ; nunum . fi.OX )
John Uolhon , kltcnen , Twentieth nnd
1'our permits , aggregating . f t ) , >
TlioLife of thd llotih is the blood
thereof ; " pure blood means healthy
functional activity anil this bears with
It the certainty of uiiielc restoration
from sicknobs or accident. Ur. J. II.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial and
Blood Purifier gives pure rich blood ,
and vitalizes and strengthens the whole
body. $1.00 nor bottle. _
OGDEN BOILER WORKS
- : - - - ,
CAUTEU&SON , I'rop's.
Ml Kinds of Steam Boilers < t Sheet fron Work.
Orders by mall fur repairs promptly attended
to. fatls/actlou uaruutcvit. lUthAveaUe. Ail-
lUeae UyUcu Holler Works , Couuvll llluila.lywa.
TIBZIE ! lrE3"W : IBIRXIDGI-iE ! I
? ' SHOWING THE ADVANTAGES OP COUNCIL BLUFFS.
METCALF BROTHERS. Furnishing Goods ,
Clothing , Hats , Caps , Gto.
\ F. RQHRBR , WiUiim SlBdantopf , 3 ELLER USIC .COMPANY.
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Largest Capital and Surplus Your Patronage ,
CITIZENS STATE BANK -
of Any Banh in the citu. , Is Solicited. § 8
COUNCIL UL.UPFS JW , E , L. SQUIRE'S '
Point Oil GlooB Go , rorcgoy. & Moored \Absiract3 of Title
* Wholesale , jw Santa Rasa ; .
ARE THE BEST.
No. 8. Pearl St.
X\\Xv Xv2 > |
Ovxciae ; &
EMPKIE HARD-WARE CO. WEIR SHUGART CO.
vlnnufacturor of Fine Carnages and Buggies. H.F HATTENHAUER I always hoop in btook a larfjo variety of onstorn
I have always a full stock to select from. . , , inaUo Carriages , \yhicli 1 soli at a very low rate.
Call ana examine. J'riccs Low. 27 to ; tlX Fourth Street. I tun nlwiivs rotulv to show nootlc.
SPKOAI/ndvcrtlsemen's.suchfist.ost , Konnil ,
To Loan. Kor Snip , To Kent , Wants , llonnlliiK
etc. , will lm inserted In this column at the low
rntoof TRN (312NT3 ( PKH LINK for the first In
sertion and Flva CenU 1'er Line for ouch subse
quent Insertion. Leave advertisements at cmr
oinciNo , 13 Ponrl Street , near Hroadway , Coun
cil LI lulls Iowa.
\\rANTnD-aYnen to work. D. J. Smith , fruit
T T grower. South 1stit. .
rpo Itr.NT Immediately , for the summer , n
JL good furnlHhcd house , 10 rooms ; closet and
tmth room ; city \\ater. Apply on premise * , bl-
Tmoil HUNT A splendid , airy front room.
J.1 with dressing room and clos-et. furnished , at
reasonable rates. \VnsliliiKton avo.
" \\71I IIAVR t\\o 10-room brick houses to trade
Vr tor merchundthO. .lolmston tV Van fatten.
VTANTHD-lJlrlstodo dress making. Mrs.
> C. Scott , 310 Hro.iilwuv , up stnlis.
\7 ANT To exchange Nebraska or Wisconsin
f > farm lands for Council mull's or Omaha
property or merchandise. O. P. McKesson.
1J10H SALK A peed , complete bakery. 713
JJ Ilrondwuv. Kreil Auwerda. '
T WILL buy good Mjcond-hand fiirnltlne , stoves
Jand carpats : will pay hill cash value. A. J.
Mandel , iKIl Uiondwny ,
\\7"ANTU1) Stocks ot merchandise. Have
TT Omaha and Council IllutTs city property ,
also western land to excliaugo ( or'goods. Call
on or address Johnson & Christian , Itocm 'J3 ,
Cnambur nf Commerce.
FOH SALE At a bargain , 4d acres near stock
yards , South Omaha , Nob. , Johnson &
Christian , Room 35. Chamber ot Commcicc ,
ANTED A ilrst-class cook at the Creston
A place to care for horses , milk
WANTED other \vorlc In private family. J.I- ,
Ilee ollloe , C'ouiicll lllulla. _
DO YOU WANT
You can get It In any amount , on either shorter
or long time , on rlmttal or real estatesecurity. .
lias leal estate of all kinds. Call on or address
L. 11. Crafts , KU Drondwuy , Council llluila.
"PROFrHENRY RU IFROK7"
Instructor of Music ,
No. in Ptutosman street. Council lllulTs. nnd
Melnberg's Music Store , Dodge street , Omaha.
Notice to Merchants
The Roberts Portable and Adjustable
Store shelving is now on uxhibitton in
J. Nounmyor's now building on B mid
way , Council BlulTs. The natentco so
licits your careful investigation , rely
ing upon your judgment and exper
ience with dilTercnt systems of shelv
ing. Wo believe it to bo the best and
most practical arrangement for conven
ience ever put in a building. Please
give it n thorough examination. The
shelves are neat in construction ; can be
put up quiclcly and cheaply ; can betaken
taken down , moved and set up without
the aid of a mechanic. They adjust
nicely to the distance desired between
shelves nnd give the goods a grand and
beautiful display. Every nobbiblo ad
vantage is combined in this system.
Every merchant should call and sec us
for we have the MKIICIIANT'S PUIIJND.
B. F. ROBERTS.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
tWBroadway Council Bluffs , Iowa. Established
The Morris Type Writer Is a practical , well
imule uml lln ly llnhhcil inuc lilno , i ml comblnti
the porlect lettering , rxnct iilllKiiiiient , uiul
ruplil wiltliiKof a liltfh prloeililtur , Tim IvDl-
SUN MIMl'.OOUAI'll , the Ix-Ht , umurutUH nmdo
for nianlfuUllim lUitOKUipMIc uiuV tvpu uiilt-r
vorkJ.t ( coplt-Hcau be tutteiu TVI'i : W HITr.lt
suiMiUui for ulo Bond for circulars. The Kx.
celNlor Co. , ( "num-il lllullH.la ,
.MenUon tlila paper.
C'OII.VCII. II 1. 1 ! ITS
C O B T ZC'O
II. ( 'UAUL , Maiinracturcr.
MO. 101 i : . IIUOADU'AY.
COltitHSI'ONDI'iXOK SUMC1 TKO.
Star Stables and Mule Yards
, Council Ululfj , Ojip. Uuniiiiy Deput
Horce * and tuulea wmbtantly on band , for
fulu ut retail or In car load lots ,
Orders promntly filled by.contrnct oa short
Hlock sold on cemmlvsloa.
'Xelt Phone 114. SlJIHaJTCB & IIOUSY.
' Qi > p ( ) lu Dummy l t > i > oi 1X11111911 uiud * .
VOU 00 UI01IT DOWN 'JO
PETER C. MILLER'S
And Uct Tlitt : Itcautiliil pattern or
i SAW Tii roue : YESTEKD\Y.
HE nOUS AI/Ij KINDS OK
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING
DECORATING , WHITENI1TO , ETC. ,
And lifts None lint Experienced Workmen.
Nos. II & 13 Pcnrl St. , Council BliiiTri. '
JONES & SHUGART ,
MOUNTS FOH (
JnF.AI.EIlB IN (
HARDWARE AND STOVES.
) TIIB Cr.l.KUIIAVEI ) (
DANGLER GASOLINE STOVE !
NO. 211 UUOAUWAV.
ltl'Iot of Yellow .Icrsoy nnd Nansanioiul
J. R. McPHERSON
Crower and Dealer In
Vegctaliles , Vegetable Plants , Fruits , Etc ,
IJAST I > IIUCB : STIJIIT : : ,
MAIL OItllitS : 1'llOMl'Tl.Y VlUMt.
SNYDEB & SNYDEB
M. B. SNYDEB , A. M. . M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
MRS. M. D. SNYDER ,
, Discuses of Women and Children ,
3U7 llroadway , Council Illutlu.
D. H , McOANELD & GO , ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
CM anU 3 6I ln StroeUCouacll Uludt.Iow * .
WE HAVE SOLD A GREAT QUANTITY OF
BUT WE YET HAVE AN IMMENSE STOCK AND
WILL CONTINUE UNTIL EVERY DEPART
MENT IS CLEANED OUT.
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 foetler values for
less money than you ever got in your lives
before. REMEMBER THE PLACE ,
401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA , i.tJJ
' Rl M r Hydraulic nnd Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates ,
HRIRU'IN I Dl I L. " " Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. Drown
Building , Council UlullV , Iowa.
FIN I TV Rl IDl/F Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115
rlMLLl DUnrXL. " Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
MBi BVMMMm * MnHMMMnMn BBMMBMMMV HB M MVMM HaMMMMMMMMMMHM * IM'MM"1" * " *
Justice ol the Peace. Office over American Express , No. 419
NQPUIIR7 " " Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
QTHNIT J ? . QII\/IQ \ / Attorneys at Law , Practice in the State and Fed era
OIVML. 06 OIIVIO" Courts. Office Rooms 7 and 8 , Sluigart-Beno Block ,
Council I ) In Us , Iowa.
Dentist. Corner Main Street and First Avenue , Councl
CP . Bluffs , Iowa.
rIJAH/inrni IM A/I / n fnorlallht In diseases of Ilye. Tiir , Nose and
MLI l.HAIVl Kr nl . I M IVI . I ) 'rhrout. ( J luss.esrour.iU > lyl'n-bcrlled. ) Cat-
I li Ul iniVI UL-I IL.I Hf IYI. L/i ur | , treated by nmll artcr first coiiBiilttttlon.
Ollicnror. Main fitieet and liroadway. Uu idcnri > , CIO lilufl St. IlourfeU > K'ito6 , 7SOtoB'JO. : :
Council llhitlK , Iowa ,
B3L.Z . CO- ,
WASSILI.ON , OHIO , MANUFACTUHKKS.
Kepcclally Adapted for
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
HORSEPOWER , Mills and Elevators , li
i 4\ \
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OPP ENGINES.
BpccIQcatloiis nnd estimates furnished for complete steam plants. ItPKiilatlon , Durability Oimr-
antecd. Can show UUurn from twcralicie fuel Economy ! * cqunl with ( 'oillhs Js'oiH'ondtnMng.
HOUSE : , * 'oin ; , i'i'K , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
THE " OGDEN IRON WORK
"Wrought and Cast FOR
5 , All tout alia Highest Kconoimj ,
i. Xf.iv & 2d Hand B.I1UI11L.U Simplicity anil Durability.
Noa. 1100 to 1200Tenth Avenue , Coun'cil lluiruIii. Teluphono ICO.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 26O
1514 UOUGL-AS ST. , OMAHA. NOB
CRESTON HOUSE ,
Main fit. , Council Hluffs.
Only Hotel In thu City with Fire Utcape
and Electric Call Bells.
Accommodations JTirst Glass ,
Jlatos Always Reasonable
MAX tWHX - 1'ltOI'JtIE'fOU
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