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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. AUGUST 27. 1888 :
THE DAILY BEE.
\ COUNCIL BLUFFS.
OFFICE , NO. IS 1'KAHLi 8TIU3UT
I- Delivered by Carrier lu Any 1'nrt of the CH" ot
Twenty Cents 1'er Week. '
I II , W. TII.TON . . .VlANAOBlU
NIOIIT KWTOU. .og'j.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
John .TclTorsoii Jtnd Annlo McCain ,
- ' both of Omaha , wore miirrlod Saturday
' evening by Squire Hriggfl.
The V. A. S. society will hold a rogu
5 lar meeting thla overling at the O. A. II.
hall. A full attonduncu ! H desired.
* Mr. and Mrs. Grayson. of South First
street , uro rejoicing over the recent ar
rival of a nlno and a half pound daugh
ter at their homo.
The Council Bluffs presbytery of the
Presbyterian church , will meet at this
jilaco Tuesday , September 4. The ses
sion will open at 8 p. in.
Dr. Wade Gary's pacing mare , Lo-
reno , won u race in straight boats at
k- Onkaloosa , Friday ; best tlmo 12:223. : This
is the fastest time ever made on the
> Oskaloosa track.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
\VllliamHnssoy died Friday night of
dropsy of the heart. The funeral took
place'ycsturdav from the residence four
miles south of the city.
Gorman's minstrels appear at Do
liany's this evening , and will doubtless
bo greeted with a packed house. On
the occasion of their fast visit standing
room was at n premium.
The hnhctiH corpus proceeding of A.
M. Fairliold for the possession of his
child , has buon continued until the
regular term of the district court ,
which convenes to-morrow.
The democratic county convention
will bo held to-day at the court house ,
for the purpose of selecting seventeen
delegates each to the congressional ,
fitato and judicial conventions.
Olllcer Cusick found a heavy winter
overcoat hanging on a lamp post nt the
corner of Broadway and Seventh street
yesterday. The owner can have the
same by applying at the police station
and proving property.
Hereafter the republican head
quarters is Masonic tomplc will bo kept
open each week day and evening , and a
? supply of daily papers and periodicals
< will bo on hand for the benefit of call
ers. All ro welcome.
The formal opening of Dohany'sopera
house will take place next Wednesd
evening , on the appearance of Miss
Vornona Jarbeau in ' "Starlight. " The
now and beautiful drop curtain will
then bo used for the first time.
The headquarters of the Young Men's
Republican club have been finely and
tastefully decorated with Hags , bunting ,
etc. , and present a very inviting ap
pearance. The work was designed and
executed by two members of the club ,
who arc entitled to great credit for good
taste and skill.
Ye&lerday morning Rev. G.V. . Crofts ,
pastor of the Congregational church of
this city , who has returned from his
Hummer vacation , preached to a full
house on "Fellowship with Christ. ' "
The music was effectively rendered by
n quartette consisting of'Miss Christie ,
Miss Liddoll , Prof. McDermid and Mr.
There was a lively "scrap" at the
Western house at an early hour ycstor-
day morning. When the police arrived
nil of the participants with the cxcop-
tion of Henry Kalor had skipped out.
Kalor was arrested , and is awaiting
trial this morning. The others arc
known , but have disappo.ired and it : s
thought have left the city.
George Rodony hired a team at the
"Rink Stables" Saturday night for the
purpobo of "Oriving his mother out
homo. " Instead of that ho drove to the
Mint and took in three other follows ,
and was preparing to leave when ho
was arrested for obtaining property
under false pretenses. Ho could not
give bail and was locked out.
The Printers and Groondalcs played
a lively game of ball at the Driving
park .yesterday afternoonresulting in a
crushinfr.defoat for the latter nine by a
score of 23 to 4. Batteries Martin and
Jones for the Printers , and League and
Huso for the Groondalos , The game
was for $20 a side. The typos are play
ing goodjmll , and can down Rudio's
darlings if a game can bo arranged.
The Council Bluffs delegation to the
Denver deep water convention loft the
transfer depot for the west at 11:30 : yesterday -
- torday forenoon. The pearly was a merry
ono , consisting of ton individuals who
will do all in their power to advance
the interests of this city as opportuni
ties for bo doing may arise during their
absence.They will bo gone about a
, week , expecting to return next Satur-
The Strcotsville Sabbath school will
give a concert and basket festival to
morrow evening at the Episcopal miH-
hion building on Eighteenth street.
Each gentleman attending will bo
charged 1W cents admission. Each lady
\vliq'fails to take a basket of provisions
will bo charged 15 cents. The gontlo-
inon will receive tlekots at the door entitling -
titling them to a supper and the lady
who prepared it.
A-horbo and buggy belonging to Mr.
Nichols , foreman of Croon's packing
y .house , was stolen from in front of K.
Mottaz' store on Broadway Saturday
evening. The thief drove rapidly
down Broadway and has not boon scon
since. The horse was found grazing in
a ravine near the packing liouso yester
day morning. The harness and buggy
have not been hoard from. It is sup
posed that the thief camped for the
night and that the animal got away
from him and returned home. The
identity of the party Is unknown. The
police are looking for him.
Yesterday was a very "heavy" day at
Lake Manawa , ttio attendance being
barely a hundred. The proposed ball
game with the Crane Bros , team did
como off , as the visiting club failed to
put in an appearance. The few visitors
amused themselves in the usual man
ner. The hotel was opened for the day
but the management nro conducting the
place in such a manner that no money
can bo lost there , even it none is made.
If the regatta is secured for the ( ith and
7th of September it will make things
lively at the hike ; otherwise it is probable -
able that this season'a business is no.irly
at an end.
Benson fc Shepherd have lots front
ing on First avenue from Twenty-third
street to the river at prices and terms
to suit anybody. See them before you
J. G. Tlptou has bargains in real estate.
FJU line of sheet music at Council
Bluffs Music Co. , 221 Broadway.
Patrons of the Pacific House have
none but words of praise for the atten
tion given them.
E. II. Sheafo it Co. , make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Olllce
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Now blue grass and timothy at Foa-
\VHAT \ WAS DONE IN THE CITY ,
Ohlof L'dcaa Looks Out For a Sober
ATTEMPTED HORSE STEALING.
A Sermon For the Serious Stolen ami
Lost Tracked niul Trapped by
the Police Trnvrleil ilio
Prohibition Prohibited Yesterday.
The saloonists have evidently con
cluded that Chief Lucas intends to dons
ho says in regard to keeping the saloons
closed on Sunday , as every ono of them
was locked up "tighter than a drum"
yesterday , both at the front and rear.
The effect of it was notlcnblo , as not a
drunk was to bo fcoon on the streets , or
registered at police headquarters. Two
of the "boor jorkers" prolonged their
Saturday night's trade into Sunday
morning , thinking that the alert Chief
would not bo abroad at that unseasona
ble hour , but their illusion wan abruptly
dispelled about 2 o'clock , when that olll-
ciont olllcor collared them at their hole-
in thc-wnll on the "Row. " and marched
them to the station. They were both
Ethiopians , and gave the names of Hen
ry Stuart and .1. R. Roliiihon. They
gave bonds for their appearance this
morning. Stuart was "pinched" a few
days ago for being involved in a free-
for-all fight with his sister and other
members of the family.
Benson & Shepherd have lots in all
additions , especially toward the river.
Their titles are perfect on everything
Ijiiwl Sermon of the : Summer Morion.
The pastors of the various churches
have given a bories of most excellent
sermons upon practical topics in the
union services hold during the past
three months. The last of the series
was held last evening at the Broadway
Methodist church. The sermon was by
Dr. Cooley , of the First Baptist church ,
and was fully up to the standard of those
that have preceded him.
The subject was 'The strength of Ro
manism. " In opening ho saiu : It is
well for every Christian and intelligent
man to know the cause or reasons for any
institution which has lasted forcenturies
and has exerted a controlling influence
over a largo portion of the hu
man race. Such an institution
is the Roman Catholic church.
It claims to have existed since
the introduction of Christianity and to bo
coeval with it , and is acknowledged to
bo over twelve hundred years old. It
s hoary with antiquity , and hay sur-
ived the rise and fall of empires , and
many succeeding dynasties and royal
'amilies. * * * During the middle
ges it restrained barbarism and culti
vated learning. In her raonastaries she
preserved the literary productionsof for-
ner ages and the love of learning. It
s a question whether the choice litera-
, nro of the classic ages of Greece and
Romp would have been lost to the world
: iad it not been for this church. All of
, ho scholars of the dark ages belonged
, o the clergy. They were the teachers ,
the writers , as well as the preachers of
Christendom. It was rare , in those
udo and turbulent times , to
II nil ono outside of the
clergy who could write his own
: iaino. Says Macaulay : "There
s not , and never was on this earth , a
ivork of human policy so well deserving
examination as" the Roman Catholic
The history of that church joins to
gether the two great ages of human
civilization. No other institution is
.eft standing which carries the mind
back to the times when the smoke of
sacrifice rose from the Pantheon and
when camelopards and tigers bounded
in the Flavian amphitheatre. The
proudest royal houses are but of yester
day when compared with the line of the
"Supremo Pontiffs. "
The papacy remains , not in decay ,
not a muro antique , but full of life and
youthful vigor. * * * The dominance
of the church by conflict and acquisition
were detailed by the preacher.
She now claims that she will
have under her dominion this fair
America. She is increasing hero with
wonderful rapidity and from this fact
wo should study her sources of power
and ascertain what are her purposes for
This strength is owing : First to her
extraordinary history , running back to
the earliest ages. Wo are not disposed
to grant her claim to bo coeval with
Christianity and her descent from the
apostles , for it was not 'till the com
mencement of the seventh century that
the Roman Catholic church was fully
established and the primacy of the
bishop | of Rome confirmed. The per
iod of existanco covered by the various
churches was compared by the speaker ,
showing that none beside this can lay
claim to any antiquity. The bamc
chants and hymns that were sung dur
ing the first four centuries are sung
to-day , and "it is her boast that her
creed has never been changed. " * *
The very fact that she has ex
isted unchanged through the ages ;
that she has lived and flourished
through the varying circumstances else
so many centuries ; that she has encountered -
countered , so many foes and has out
lived them : that she has stood the test
of time , is , so far as it goes , a proof ol
her adaptation to the wants of the
world and the truthfulness of her
claims. This argument is put forth as
unanswerable by her apologists and
kept in the foreground in all controver
sies. A church that has stood the strain
of centuries , sny they , must bo divine ,
Second : Her strength is owing to the
great amount of truth embodied in her
system. That truth will stand and orroi
must fall is axiomatic , but a systeir
partly true and partly false is danger
ous because the truth connected with il
gives it life and vitality. All systems
of religion which have existed for n
great , period of time have more
or less truth connected will :
them. Mahomotanism lays grcal
stress on this unity of the
Godhead and the doctrine of future
rewards and punishments. The heathen
religions had a distinct idea of the evil
of sin and the value of virtue. Confu
cianism and B mill ism hnvo these special
cial truths , Each in some way has
spoken to the consciousness of the hii'
man heart , and in some measure hai
met the felt want of the human soul.
Otherwise their sway would have beer
extremely limited and transient. Tin
greater the amount of truth oxpressei
by any ono of these religions the widoi
has been her rule and the more lasting
her power. Hero Catholicism is strong
It has always been recognized as ortho
dox as far as the essential doctrines' o
the bible are concerned She is to hi
censured not so much for what she denies
nios as what she holds. It is for the execs
other teachings that wo would arraigi
her. She has supcraddcd to the gospe
the teachings and traditions of tlv
church , and by this means baa oltoi
made the commandments of God of no
effect. There is truth enough in her
creed to save every pinner. The
speaker referred to notable examples of
this fact , names made immortal by their
connection of good dcuds imd heroic
The other elements of strength noted
by the speaker are : The devotion of
the church to art and the esthetical
part of nature. Its extraordinary or
ganization. Her use of every talent in
the church. Her relation to political
pat-ties and her flexibility , or her power
to adjust herself to now conditions of
society. She iscastlron in her creed ,
so that hero she never changes , but
she has such power of adaptation that
she fits herself to various conditions of
society and forms of government. She
is very different hero in the United
States from what she is in Italy and
Spain. Different in England and Ger
many from what she is in Austria and
Portugal. In ono country nho is the
friend of education and learning ; in
another an enemy of the Mime. In ono
country she circulates the bible ; in an
other she represses it. In ono couutry
she advocates the largest liberty of con
science and freedom from all interfer
ence by government in matters of re
ligion ; in another she culls upon the
state to suppress all dissent from the
This sermon will be followed soon by
one upon the "Weakness of Romanism , "
thus giving both sides of this question
as reviewed from the position occupied
by this reverend gentleman.
A list of fifty vacant dwellings
for rent can be obtained at office of E.
II. Sheafo & Co. , corner Broadway and
Main streets , up stairs.
Bill of fare : Music , refreshments ,
dancing , gt > od time. One ticket takes
them all. Beuo's hall , Tuesday night.
S. B. Wndsworth & Co. loan money.
If you have property for sale at a bar
gain list it witli us and wo will advor-
lito it free of charge. A. A. Clark &
Co. , corner Broadway and Main , over
Not ii Very AVIilto Trick.
Saturday afternoon a young man rep
resenting himself as the sou of George
Graybill , hired a livery rig at Dohany's
stable to go a few miles into the coun
try. He drove to Omaha and olTcrcd to
sell the outfit for $17i ) . Ono of the
horses was recognized by a man named
Peterson , who put the policeon the
track of the fellow. Ho was arrested
and gave the name of Frank White ,
which proves to be his correct name.
Mr. Uohany was notified of the occur
rence and ho sent Mr. .lames Brooks
after the team and man. White con
sented to return to Iowa boil , and was
accordingly brought b.ick here yester
day afternoon anil lodged in the county
jail. OIHcor Ward , of the Oniuhii force ,
was detailed by Chief Seavey to bring
the follow across. The team was re
covered intact. The prisoner has a
hard reputation and is accused of being
engaged in a similar transaction on a
former occasion with a team belonging
to M. Weatherbeo. White will have
his preliminary examination to-dayhut
will not have to wait long for the grand
jury. His little triclc will cost him a
term in the pen.
Got your lawn gra s seed at Fearon's.
Choice celery at Fearon's.
Social party at Bono's hull Tuesday
night by the Acme club. Refresh
ments and dancing. Music at 80. : ; !
You can buy cheaper of Benson &
Shepherd than of any ono else. They
own the property they oiler. No com
mission to pay.
A. A. Clark & Co. , real estate brok
ers , have a list of choice inside property
on their books. Nothing but bargains
A Traveler Tupped tile Till.
The till of Hugh McDonald's fruit
stand , 402 } Broadway , was robbed yes
terday noon while the proprietor was
at dinner. During the forenoon a well
dressed stranger went in there and sat
down , and said that lie was a Now York
traveling man , but was "dead broke , "
having been boo/ing considerably since
arriving in the city a week before. Ho
said he had several trunks at the Bech-
telo , which statement was untrue.
Hugh sympathized with him , and loft
him there when ho went to dinner.
The stand was in charge of a little boy
who clerks there and who had the key
to the cash drawer.
A small sale was made and the clerk
received a peculiarly marked dime. lie
put it in the drawer after examining it
closely out of curiosity , and then stopped
outside to make another sale , leaving
the key in the drawer. Shortly after
ward the drummer came out , toolc a
cigar from the showcase and handed the
boy a dime , with the remark , "That's
all right. " The clerk was astonished
to see the samoiflimo ho had placed in
the drawer a few moments before and
rushed inside to find the till ompty.
Shortly afterward the proprietor came
back , and the clerk said ho would
find the follow. Ho ran across him
at the Ogden livery , whore ho
was waiting to have a team hitched up ,
The boy told him that his employer
wanted to see him. Ho said ho would
drive down immediately , and crossed
the street to "got a drink. " That was
the last seen of him. Ho did not call
for the team. Investigation shows that
the alleged thief is II. R. James , a
traveling man who has been running in
here every thirty or sixty days for the
last eight years. Ho has been selling
laces and dry goods for a Chicago house.
Ho was bounced from the Ogden house
a week ago , and wont to the Bechtolo ,
whore ho claimed to bo waiting for a
draft from New York. Ho borrowed a
few dollars from the clerk of the Bech
tolo , James McDermott , who is that
much out on account of it. Ho is well
known here , and no ono suspected that
ho would bo guilty of such an act. Ho
is a line appearing young man , and his
former conduct here has boon above re
proach. It is supposed that ho. saw no
means of liquidating his indebtedness ,
and stooped to petit larceny , in order to
got the necessary with which to get
away from horo. The police were on
his track all da\fi but ho managed to
A. A. Clark & Co. negotiate loans on
farm and city property.
Travelers ! Stop at the Bochtele.
Money loaned nt L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ofllco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of Value without
removal. All business strictly confi
E. H. Shoafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidental. Oflico 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown , ol
Georgetown , O. , are visiting their rel
atives , Mr. and Mrs. Faul , in this city.
OH K AT SAMS
Of Council mini's 1-otd nt Aiictl.n.
I will offer for snlo and sell without
reserve to the highest bidder one-half
of all the lots in' Cochrnif s addition to
Ono lot of every other pair through
out the whole addition will bo sold with
the privilege to tiff1 purchaser of the re
maining lot at the same price. The
ground on which the addition is laid is
known as the old' fair ground forty ,
north of the Union -Pacific depot , and
south of Broadway * The number of
lots are 160 , or four to the acre.
Ten per cent of the purchase money
cash in hand. The balance in nine
equal annual payments to bo evidenced
by notes bearing interest at 6 per ceift
per annum , secured by mortgage. The
property purchasers will got warrantee
deeds , title perfect.
1 will also sell on the same terms and
at the eamo sale 100 lots in Central sub
division and Street's addi
tion on grounds joining on the
north. Some of these lots are situated
DAY OK SAM : PII'TKMIIKK : 12.
The place of wile will bo on the
grounds on Wednesday , the 112th of
September , 1SS8 , and continue from day
to day till all is sold.
The lots and blocks will bo numbered
on stakes and maps furnished bidders
on day of sale. Other particulars on
day of salo. A. CocmtAX.
For bargains in real estate see E. II.
Sheafo & Co. , Broadway and Main
street , upstairs. _ _ _ _ _
Social parly and dancing. Tuesday
eve , at Reno's hall. A good time for all ,
Pacific llou-o is open to the traveling
public , notwithstanding to the contrary.
Artists prefer the Hnllott & Davis
piano , at C. B. Music Co. , 221 Broadway.
MB. B. T. N. , NORTH PLATTE , Neb. Dear Sir. We have-
the goods you mention and have expressed to you to-day
the the samples you want. Our stock this year is MORE
COMPLETE THAN EVER. New patterns and styles. We'
also carry A FULL LINE OF BEDDINGSUPPLIES. . Send
exact measurements. Will give your order immediate
attention. COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO.
Theodore Lund , a well known resident
of this city for a number of yearn , re
turned yesterday from a visit to his
relatives and friends in Germany. Ho
left hero last February to revisit the
scones of his childhood , after an nb-
. sonco of eighteen years. Ho found his
people enjoying the best of health , and
enjoyed to the fullest extent his six
months' stay with them. His trip lias
done him a great deal of good , and increased -
creased his weight by twenty pounds or
more. His many friends are glad to
welcome him homo again , and congrat
ulate him on his safe return.
HDI Pl/l IVI Dl ( VI C * Hydraulic atul Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates ,
. Dl niXI IN Dill L. " Specification' . Supervision of Public Work. Brown
Building , Council Blull's , Iowa.
HIM I CV Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115
rllNLLY " " Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N Justice ot the IVace. Olllce over American Express , No. 419
, " " Broadway , Council BUill's Iowa.
Attorneys at Law , Piaclice in the State and Federa
STONE & SIMSAttorneys
Courts. Oillce Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugart-Beno Block ,
Council Blufl's , Iowa.
UA7FN Dentist. Corner Main Street and First Avenue , Counci
CP , nA .LIN" Bluff , , , Iowa.
> ' < f f f'
/ Smith's Bakery.
"Whdlesalo Bread 8s Gates.
SPECIAL advert Ispinents , such us Lost , round ,
To Loan , For Sale , To Ucut , Wants , Hoard-
Inc. etc. , will he Inserted lu this column at the
low rate of TKN CKNTS J'Ul MNK for tilt ) drst
Insertion and Kivu Cents Per I.lnu for uuch nib-
seqtient insertion. I.eivo advertisements at
our olllce. No. li I'eurl Street , near llroudway.
Council lllulls , lovui.
FO1I BALK My new eight-room cottage cm
Second liveV. . C. James.
FOR SALK llnrbcr hhoji at 150 llroudway.
Council ItHillh ; ijood trade ; satisfactory
reasons for Belllus ; bargain for the right man.
Foil KXniANir.-A line , well assorted 1,000
block of stationery , fancy jroodi , Jewelry ,
etc. , in a thrlrlnu tn\\n for residence. In South
Omaha. U. T. lirynnt to Co. , tttd llroadwuy ,
Council Hlufte , la.
LOT for s.ilu or trade tor a team. Inquire at
IK ) ) Hh nt.
HOt'HKS for runt. Johnston to Van I'atten ,
TjlOII KENT Four rooms for housekeeping ;
Ju nNo s iltu ot three , unit t o slnule rooms ,
also furnished rooms , No. in North Main st.
Y\7ANTni ) A good responsible party to tnko
IT charge of and furnish a new tbreo-Ktoi'Y
brick hotel located In Harvard , Neb. W. J.
Turner , treasurer ,
Aacro ) small fruit farm very cheap. Just
- ioutaldo city limits , or will divide. Into 11)
aero tracts to Milt purchaser. K T llryant to Co
FOU SAMJ The best small fruit and vegeta-
blo farm In 1'ottawattamlo county , two
miles finm Council Illuirs postolllce , nt a price-
tlmt will bell It , on remarkably easy terms.
Tltlo perfect und property In rood condition.
Possession given at any time. Uoad reason for
selling. H. T. llryant to Co. , ( KM llroadway.
Council Illuirs , la.
0-Stocks of merchandise to ex
change for city property in Council Illurrs ,
Omaha , or western land or chattels of any kind.
We make exchanging n specialty. 11. T. llryant
& Co. , KM llroadway.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
1511 Douclau St. , Omaha , Nob.
< n nil .ix n i n 111
Con. 5TI1 AVE. AND 7XH ST.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity ,
An excellent educational Institution , furnish
ed with all modern Improvements for boarding
and day school. The academic year consists of
two sessions , beginning on the first Monday In
September ami lebruary , respectfully.
Terms Hoard and tuition per session , ITS.
For further particulars address Sister Superior ,
St. francla Academy , Council Muffs , la.
KYNETT'S ' MIXTURE
AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR WHEW
DIARRHEA , DYSENTERY , FLUX ,
CHOLERA INFANTUM AND
CHOLERA MORBUS ,
Overcoming all opposition. 1111 the cemeteries
with newly made graven , leaving the once
happy home with nothing but memen
toes of loved ones loit. Wliero
Js used it is universally found to bo
EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY ,
The value ot a single bottle for use In anv of
the above named diseases is really Incalculable.
Jlouev could not induce those who hnvo thor
oughly tried It to bo without it. The market IH
lull of icmedles lor a similar purpose , and nil
hnvo merit In horn's cases , but with them it IH a
stubborn f.ict that these are lu many places the
MOST FATAL DISEASES
of the country. With this medicine they are
THE LEAST FATAL.
This medicine has now been used In this country
FOR FORTY YEARS ,
Has no equal on earth. Polil by druggists every
where. HARLE. HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Agents , Council Illuirs , Iowa.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
ECOBroadway Council Illuffd , Iowa. Established
D. H , HcDANELD & GO , ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
20 ana 823 Mala Street.Councll
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
FRIGE $15 ,
Is equal to
TboKdlton Mimeograph , the belt apparatui for
manifolding , ftutovraphlc and typo netting work.
3,1X0 coplei can be taken.
The Excelsior C ; . , Council Bluffs , la ,
MUELLER MUSIC CO
1814 St. Marys Jive , , 103 Main Street ,
OMAHA , i\r. . COUNCIL lU.UIT.S , IA
A triumvirate of instruments which cannot bo excelled in tone , beauty of finish
and general workmanship.
Royal and Century Organs
Excel all others in style of case , beauty of finish and volume of tone.
Sold for CASH or on MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
All kinds of Musical Instruments , Russian Gut Strings , Sheet Music and Musio
Dealers supplied at Chicago prices. Send for Catalogue.
Our Department of TOYS iiiul FANCY GOODS , wo are cloning
out at lest than cost. Dealer. * please make u note of tills and net
our goods cheap.
1842. INCOKPOHA1I3D 1879
SUSSILLON , OHIO , MANUFACTURERS.
Especially Adapted f <
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators.
AUTOMATIC - : - CUT-OFF ENGINES.
Specifications and estimates furnished for complete steam plants. Hogulatlon , Durability Guar
antied. Can show letters from users where fuel Kcouomy is equal with Corliss Non-Condensing.
ICIMNCII HOUSE , COUNCIL ISLUFI'S , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
From 15 to 25 Per Cent.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE
PETER C. Bluffs."d
Nos. II & 13 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
WAKTEU-LOCAL AND TK.VVIILING AGENTS ON COMMISSION.
A HOME FOR $50 CASH
IN COUNCIL BLUFFS.
To close out the remaining lots In Squire's addition to Council lllufls , I
will .soil the llncbt located loth in the city ( or $50 cash payment , and long
time on balance , to perbOiiH who doslro to BO euro homos , and I will make liberal -
oral loans to tho.so who dcblro aid in building houses. Call ut ouco and sea
mo ut Mn&onic Toinplo , Council BlulTa , Iowa.
C. J. COLBY , Sole Agent.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
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