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THE OMAHA DAILY , BEE : TUESDAY , OCTOBER 9. 188a
THJ3 DAILY BEB.
OPKICI2. NO lil I'KAIUj STIIKRT.
Delivered by carrier In Any I'nrt of the City at
Twenty Cents Per Week.
II , W. T1I/10N . . MAKAOEU.
r.ep OITICE No. 13.
NKIIIT KniToit , NO. si.
MINOK MHNTIOX ,
N. Y. Plumbing company.
C Only $10.Wi at Chapman's art store.
Now fall goods just received at Ilel-
ter'a , merchant tailor , . ' 110 llroadwny.
The Bercan Baptist church , under the
pastoral care of Rev. T. F. Tliickstun ,
now numbers twenty-seven members.
Clark's O. N. T. spool cotton and
Marshall's linen thread , the ladies of
Council Bluffs have fallen in love with
for its general excellence in all kinds
of Hewing and fancy work. John Bcno
Sunday's boozers were cinched yes
terday morning as follows : Henry
Wecklund , $ H.10 ; John Turner * S.10 ;
Robert Strahn,1t > .lO ; John Landy$7.CO.
D. J. Winston was lined $15 and costs
Very successful and interesting re
vival services are being hold in the
Ovonton Mission. They will bo con
tinued every evening tliis week , under
the leadership of Miss Hasty. Every
body is invited.
The bids for the erection of the car
riage works of Keyed Bros , were opened
yesterday and the award will bo an
nounced'today. . The closing details
will bo arranged to-day and work will
proceed at once.
Morohouso & Co. , the bookbinders ,
yesterday received an inquiry from
Quitmnn , Gn. , in regard to the books
manufactured by this linn. They have
already had orders from Texas , and
their trade seems far-reaching indeed.
The presiding elders of the DCS
Moincs conference will meet in this
city to-morrow. Tlio objecttof the meet
ing is to apportion the various benevo
lent collections to the different dis
tricts , and arrange oilier matters pre
liminary to the yearly work.
Chief Lucas yesterday found an insane
girl of lifti'on yours in Bnylihs park. She
was taken to her homo on Washington
avenue. She was formerly a domestic
in the employ of Mrs. Wyrick. but was
compelled to give up her situation on
account of mental troubles.
A train of twenty-Jive palace stock
cars came in Sunday evening over the
Milw tuikcc , en route from New York to
Soda Springs , Idaho. This is the second
end train of this kind that lias arrived
here. A description of the first was
published in Tm : Bin : several weeks
The Chnutnuquun Circle held its lirst
meeting of the season last evening.
There were about thirty members pres
ent. Tlio greater part will continue
through the entire course , although
this is necessary * in order to join. It is
hoped to have a much larger member
ship than last season.
Those who do not drive down Broad
way ofti'iior than once u week can
hnrdly keep track of the many changes
going on. Improvements are on every
hand. The prediction is matlo that be
fore this time next.year the bottoms will
bo pretty well covered with buildings ,
manufactories , yards , etc.
George II. Adams' comedy company
delighted a largo audience at Dohtvny's
last evening In "He , She , Him , Her. "
The singing was very good , and was
repeatedly encored. The specialty fea
tures were line , and the entire pro
gramme much bolter than common.
The orchestra did well , and the au
dience was thoroughly satisfied.
Mrs. Ida Lovojoy , daughter of Mr.
Prouty of Garner township , and sister
of Prof. 11. M. Prouty. principal of the
high school of this city , died yesterday
morning at her homo in Omaha of
heart disease. Tlio remains will be
brought across the river to-day on the
1:45 : dummy , and the funeral will tuko
place at 2 o'clock from the Methodist
The patrol wagon was summoned to
the southern part of the city last even
ing , and the officers responding were
put on track of a lot ot clothing
"planted" during the day in a barn on
Sixth avenue , down on the bottoms. No
trace of the owner could bo discovered ,
and the property , which was not very
valuable , was taken to police headquar
ters. It i thought that it belongs to
Bomo thief who was unable to dispose of
it during the daytime.
Esquire Biggs' court was occupied
yesterday with the case of state against
the three young men who are charged
with shooting the stock belonging to
John Coylo. The testimony will bo
continued this morning , and doubtless
the case will bo closed to-day. Much
interest is manifested , especially among
the farmers in that locality , in the out
come of the case. Tlio testimony of the
defense thus far is very conllicting. In
fact their stories do not harmonize at
A lively scrap seemed imminent at
the corner of Sixthuvenuo and Eleventh
Btrcot yesterday afternoon between the
driver of a baker's wagon and the son
of one of the residents of that locality.
Tlio driver wanted to collect a bill and
the lady of the house said she would pay
it at the ollicc. This angered John , and
ho was getting noisy when the son in
terfered. It was getting quite warm
when the horses started and bore the
excited bread peddler beyond the reach
of his angry assailant.
Rose Lintio , as Seibel in Faust , next
Friday night , at Dohuny's.
Twin City Place.
Bids wore opened yesterday on the
carriage factory which is located in
Twin City Place addition , and contracts
will bo lot in a day or two. This ib the
addition in which the quick money will
bo mada ; 20 per cent discount and no
cash payment for first twenty-live houses.
Ten of these chances tukon yesterday.
This offer good for ten days only.
See Forrest Smith's spcciul column.
Mrs. U Simmons , dressmaker , nu Broadway -
way , over ICiseman's , on electric motor lino.
Special advantages to Omulm ladles.
S. T. Walker returned yesterday
morning from u three weeks' visit at
his old home in Bollofontuino , O.
John Lindt Esq. , returned Saturday
evening from Pupillion , Nob. , whore ho
was called to oltect u settlement in the
case of a hardware firm. The amount
involved was over $9,000.
Rev. W. C. Yancoy , of Crcston , father
of Yancoy , of the Bcchtclo hotel , is in
the city on n * visit to his son. Mr.
Yuncoy is an ox-Methodist minister ,
having retired from the ministry about
ton years ago.
Reserve your scats for Emma Juch be
fore opera date and save money.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ofllco , on furniture pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal properly of all kinds ,
anu all other articles , of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
Further Arrangements Made For
Opening the Now Bridge.
A VERY MYSTERIOUS LETTER.
The Writer \Vnntn Ills Hotly Found
Gcttlnc Uutlier Wnrni For Aldermen -
men Tnlbot Shown Mercy-
Council muffs News.
Tlio WcilillnR of the Cities.
The committees of Omaha and Coun
cil HhilL ) hnvinir cliargo of the opening
of the new bridge held a meeting at the
jourd of trade rooms in this city yester
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. There wore
present Max Meyer , G. M. Nattingor
tnd B.Xevcly , directors ; Mayor Rohrcr ,
P. Lacy , Lucius Wells , G. P. Wright ,
T. J. Evans , Colonel W. lSapp , S. P.
McConnell , William Moore , Captain A.
W.CowlcBand J. L. Temletonof | ) Coun
cil BhKTs ; John A. Waketiold , Hugh G.
Clarke , A. M. Kitchen , Citdot Taylor ,
Captain J. 15. Smith and Mr. Wilson , of
Omaha. Tlio meeting was called to
order by Max Meyer , of the Omaha com
mittee. The minutes of the last meeting
were read by Secretary Xovely , of the
board of trade. Secretary Nattingcr , of
Omaha , then read his minutes of the
The report of the committee on pro
gramme was llr.t called for. This con-
inilteo consisted of Messrs. Evans of
Council BlulTsand Alexander of Omaha ,
i'lio line of march , as previously re
ported in the city papers , was read. It
IVIIH stated that the mounted Knights
Templar were intended to escort
Lho governors of the two states ,
ibis being the only manner
in which they could como out.
It was buggcstctl that there should bo
no footmen in line during the whole
course of the inarch , as it was thought
that the proposed line was altogether
Manager Kvans , of the bridge com
pany , stated that ho would guarantee
Lhat the motor cars would carry those
taking part in the parade , between the
bridge and this city. It was voted that
the day's programme bo referred buck
to the same committee with the mar
shals added. It was decided that the
exercises of the bridge should be very
brief. As the two delegations arrived
at cither end , the govenor's of the two
states .should shako hands in the center
of the bridge , and a largo ring , sixteen
feet in diameter and appropriately de
corated .should bo presented. On the
return to the bridge , the councils of
the two cities should stand inside the
ring at the west end of the bridge , and
the marriage will then take place , fol
lowed by the riveting of the ring. The
entire ceremonies at the bridge will
not require over twenty minutes.
Tlio committee on finance was then
called. Mr. Lucius Wells , as a member
of that committee , referred the report
to Mayor Ilohrcr. The committee of
this side agreed to raise $1,000 in this
city. On motion Messrs. 1 < \ J. Day , II.
L , Shepherd , F. Cook , B. Zevcl , George
Kudio and E. II. Odoll were added to
the BlulTs committee , and Mr. A. M.
Kitchen. II. T. Clark , L. II. Korty and
Mr. Alexander to the Omaha com
Committees for speakers and invita
tions : Mr. Wright stated that the invi
tations were in the hands of the litho
graphers , but that nothing had been
done in regard to speakers.
Mr. Lacy reported that ho had visited
220 business houses of this city and all
had given liberal encouragement and
and would bo represented in the line on
the ! ! ( ) th of October.
Captain Smytho , of Omaha , stated
that he thought that at least five or six
companies of the Nebraska National
Guards would bo present if the rail
roads would give the same rates given
to attend the opening of the Nebraska
Captain Smytho , of the Croighton
Guards , was added to the committee on
invitation , with instructions to invite
military oftlcials and companies through
out eastern Nebraska. Captain Cowlcs
was appointed to do the same in western
Mr. Evans stated that negotiations
were pending with the passenger pool
On motion , the committee on trans
portation was empowered to offer pri/.es
not to exceed $150 for a competitive
drill if the railroads refused to give
f rce transportation to the companies of
Mr. Clark reported in favor of pur
chasing about three dozen of daylight
11 re works , and of illuminating the bridge
at night with colored fire , also of deco
rating the bridge. The bridge company
was appointed a committee on bridge
Mr. Meyers stated that ho had seen
the management of the Guards band and
the Omaha Musical union. A commu
nication was read from the Wahoo Mu
sical Union band ottering their services
at reasonable rates.
Mr. Taylor reported that the papers
of Omaha would send in receipted bills
for all work in this line. Mr. Farrell
said the papers of Council Bluffs would
do as well.
Mr. W. II. Moore was appointed in
place of Mr. Walsh , wno would not bo
in the city.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
A Word to the Wine.
If you are contemplating making an
investment why not select a good bar
gain instead of being contented with
just an ordinary lot , and why not got u
perfect title instead of a half title. Buy
your property from our list and get
something choice , at a low figure and on
easy terms. ODKLL Duos & Co.
E. n. Sheafe & Co. , make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Oflico
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Tnlliot lict Off Easy.
As has been previously stated in THE
Dm : , the sentence imposed last Satur
day morning by Judge Loofbourow on
W. P. Tnl bo t , the forger , was eighteen
months at hard labor in the peniten
tiary at Ft. Madison. As soon AS the
bontcnco was pronounced , all the mem
bers of the bar present , and Rev. T. J.
Mnckay , rector of St. Paul's , interceded
witti the court for a reduction of the
Ecntenco. The matter was taken under
advisement , and the decision of the
judge wus announced yesterday morn
ing when court was opened. The sentence -
tonco was reduced to f > ix months. Since
the matter has been brought especially
to the notice of the public , it is best
that the entire facts of the case are
It is claimed thai Talbot was driven
to his criminal act to prevent his wife
and child from suffering , and that it
was hio llrst deed of the kind. He also
claims that money was due him from
Uuubur & Co. , at tUo.tlmo bo forged
their name. It is very prob.ibjo that
the public has placed its where u is un
deserved. Mr. Dun bur claims to have
in his possession no less than twelve
fraudulent contracts made out by Talbot
while canvassing this city for a now di
rectory , upon nil of which he roccivcd a
commission. They are all forgeries of
the names of a do/.en business firms and
private citizens of Council Bluffs. They
can be seen upon application to Mr.
TIIK BKI : does not desire to prosecute
an unfortuntite man who is deserving of
sympathy , but publishes these state
ments as the true facts in the case.
Sheriff O'Neill states that ho is one of
the many deceived by the prisoner
Talbot. When first incarcerated the
sheriff thought his prisoner deserving
of pity and extended him many favors.
Wlmt was his surprise one day to find a
dozen of the finest steel saws in Talbot's
cell , with which ho was endeavoring to
curve his way to freedom. As his wife
was the only ono who had an oppor
tunity to get these tools to him , the
sheriff could do no less than to suspect
her and shut off her former privileges.
Since the prisoner has been in jail , his
wife has made some very condemnatory
statements , according to a reliable au
thority. He f-ays that she stated in his
presence that her husband had been in
trouble fecvoral times , and that she had
never had over half an hour to get out
of town before bho came here , but this
time she Had a half a day.
Talbot's connection with the Canning
swindling case is not forgotten by the o
who knew intimately concerning it , and
it is openly hinted that the prosecution
wan bought off at that time. Tlio cir
cumstances in the case and the previous
career of the fellow Talbot give rise to
well founded doubts as to the wisdom of
the course pursued by his friends hero.
His wife and child deserve sympathy
and charity , but it is u question whether
or not the return to them of a husband
and father will result as hoped for.
Ten lots sold to builders yesterday in
Twin City Place.
& SiuriuitD. :
E. II. Shcafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
conlideiitil. ; Olllco MM Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
Twin City Place.
Hear the second act ( the garden
scene ) from Faust , at Dohuny's , Friday
night , by the Emma Juch company.
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kirn-
ball-Champ Investment company.
Hot After the Council.
The statement that has appeared in
the city papers regarding the impeach
ment of Alderman Waterman have been
in error so far as the impeachment is
concerned. Tlio action taken is to re
cover $257.0" ) paid to Waterman for work
done for the city. It is alleged that he ,
as chairman of the fire committee , let
contracts to himself contrary to the laws
of the state of Iowa , and it is demanded
that the money for this work bo re
funded. It is proposed to institute legal
proceedings against several other of the
aldermen and the mayor for mysterious
performances of the past few monthsand
the firm having the matter in charge ,
Messrs. Mynstor & Limit , promise some
sensational developments. It scorns
there is considerable backing behind
these suits , and there will bo fun for
somebody before it is through. The
other members of the executive body
say that Waterman has been going "a
little fast , " but it is claimed that their
gait has also been rattier rapid. The
public will eagerly watch developments
in the case , whiclrwill bo given inTiiK
13KB as they transpire.
Benson & Shepherd , solo agents for
Twin City Place.
Liszt's favorite piano pupil , Atlelo
Aus Dor Oho , at Dohuny's , next Friday
The finish on our collars , cuffs and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Boots , shoes. Kinnohan's , 320 B'way.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laundry
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Emma Juch , the principal soprano of
the National Opera company , as Mar
guerite in Faust , at Dohuny's , next Fri
day evening , October 12.
A Mysterious Letter.
TIIK BKE is in receipt of a letter
signed Edward McKibbon , in which ho
narrates his family troubles , and inti
mates that ho is just about to make away
with himself. Ho gives directions for
the disposition of his body , when found ,
but does not state where or when that
maybe. From the fact that the letter
is 'dated September 1(1 ( , and was not
mailed until yesterday , it scorns that
Edward changed his mind after writing
the letter , but kept it to save writing
another ono. The fact that it was
mailed yesterday might lend ono to con
clude that ho had again had a mental
veer around to solf-dcstruction again.
Tlio letter is apparently too sincere for
any ghastly joke , but btill it may bo that
the writer of it thinks to play some
prank on the susceptible reporters. Pos
sibly ho wants to terrify his family by a
mysterious disappearance and probable
su'icido. The readers can take their
chance of thcso numerous conjecture's.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies , or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , ofllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Wo have no cpmpotitors in finishing
collars , cuffs and shirts. Cascade Laun
Benson & Shepherd , solo agents for
Twin City Place.
Crossing Broadway Bridge.
The first carriage to cross the now
bridge was that of T. J. Evans. Yester
day morning Mr. Evans , accompanied
by George P. Wright , esq. , drove over
to Omaha and back. They wore fol
lowed by construction teams , which
passed buck and forth during the day.
Respecting the toll rates , Manager
Evans says the committee having that
matter in hand has had no mooting yet ,
EO that all statements as to what the
rates will be are pure surmises , for no
rates have boon fixed. The committee
will meet before many days , when this
matter will bo settled , and then a list
as agreed upon will bo published.
New mince meats and suur kraut just
received at Tibbitts' .
At Dohany'a Friday Kvenlng.
Miss Emma Juch , the distinguished
young primu donna who was with the
National opera company last Beabon , will
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The Choicest Ground for Residence in the Western Part of the City ,
Is now platted into Beautiful , Lurgo Lota. About ten minutes ritlo on the
inotcr to Douglas street , Omaha. They lie on a level butolevatctl strip of ground.
About 800 yards from the new motor line to Omaha. .Lets than 1 } miles from the
Council BlulTs postolllee. Neiirly twice as largo in si/o in size as most of the
newly platted lot . Good public schools near by. The proposed Boulevard
bounds it on the north.
ABSTRACT Printed Abstract and Warranty Deed with cacli Lot.
GRADE Examine the.se lots with reference to the grade before buying a lot.
The ordinary price of n lot is saved on grade alone , if you buy one of these lots.
TERMS To a good class of purehtibers a limited number of lots will be sold
for one-tenth down : balance in monthly payments , without interest. Apply to
FINLEY BURKE ,
J. J. Brown building , 113 Pearl-St. , Council BlulTa , Iowa.
POST OFFICE IYIEAT MARKET.
Manufacturer * anilVliolciule Do lers In
Senasetge of .A.11 KirLds.
Onlcrs Promptly Filled and Delivered.
NO. 35 IIKOAIMVAV. TEl.HPHOXi : XO.
ON SEVEN YEARS
Nice 5-room cottages , brick foamdation , and
all necessary out-buildings.
Only ten minutes walk from the new motor
line. Near the
NEW POWER HOUSE ,
FOR SALE ON THESE TERMS.
APPLY AT ONCE TO
O. 0" .
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
TELEPHONE NO. 112.
appear in one grand concert at Dolmiiy's
on Friday evening , the house having
been specially engaged for the occasion
by the P. E. O. .society , under * whobo
auspices the concert will bo given. After
her brilliant faucccss at the St. Louis
6u > ngorbund last Juno Miss Juch sailed
for Europe for a short pleasure trip
among the old world capitals. She has
just returned and is entering upon n
brief concert season. Her wonderful
soprano voice is said to bo improved in
quality since last season , when she de
lighted theater-goers with her beautiful
rendition of Marguerite in "Faust. "
Speaking of Miss Juch and her com
pany , Prof. L. Methudy , ot St. Louis ,
president of the national sangerbund ,
faaid to the reporter : "At the national
Bsengorburid held at St. Louis last Juno
bho bcored triumphs that have been
awarded no singer since the great suc
cess attained by Pauline Lucca. Miss
Juch's charming manners and her wil
lingness to respond to repeated encores
made her n prime favorite. Miss Juch
and Aus dor Oho appeared before an
audience of 11,000 and fairly electrilied
them with the brilliancy of their per
formance. Victor Herbert , of Miss
Juch's company , is ono of the iincbt of
living 'ccllibts , and has that reputation
nil over the world.3'
The members of the Cigarmakcrs
Union No. 177 , ot Council BlulTs , elected
at their last meeting the following
ollicors : President , G. A. Weber ; vice
president , A. iVUonko ; treasurer , F.
W. Lamb ; financial and corresponding
secretary. G. Madison ; recording secre
tary , I. Hus.
In Love's Harness.
Most women naturally look forward to
matrimony as their proper sphere in
lifn , but they should constantly bear in
mind that a fair , rosy face , bright eyes ,
and a healthy , well-developed form , are
the best passports to a happy marriage.
All those wasting disorders , weakness ,
dragging-down" sensation , and func
tional irregularities peculiar to their
BOX , have an unfailing specific in Dr.
Piorco's Favorits Prescription. It is
the only medicine for women , sold by
druggists , under a positive guarantee
from the manufacturers , that it will
give satisfaction in every cas > oor money
will bo refunded. This guarantee has
been printed on the bottle-wrapper , und
faithfully carried out for many years.
SPECIAL WANT COLUMN.
FOH SALE House of 5 rooms ; closets nnd
cellar. Large lot. coml barn , well and cis
tern. Fruit tree * . A KOO < I home. dO 13. Pierce
st.'i blk to st. cars. ,1UO ; easy terms.
8AM * Si-foot lot on the corner of
Foil anil Wcl at. , only J410 If taken
1J1OH BAI < K (4-foot ( lot on Ilrouilway In the
-13 tlrst block this enil of the ucw bridge to
Omaha ; If Eoldnt once only } 175.
FOlt BALK An elepiant B-room cottacovlth
lot fi'lxlffl , on Harrison ft : this property Is
worth from lU.OOO to iMr.UO , but If bold soon will
bell fori'i.WJ ; good terms.
FOR HUNT Nice 4-room cottage on 8tU nvo.
and 10th Bt. , only til per month.
rpo LOAN Money to loan on hordes , cattle ,
X furniture , pianos , Jewelry , etc. ; see me be
fore borrowing elsewhere.
"IJ1OH SAI.K Lot 44x130 on 1st nvo , near N. W.
J ? It. It. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at HIK ) .
FOH SALK Lots , houses anil lots , and acre
property In all parts of the city ; cheaper by
20 per < * nt than It can be bought BO duys from
now. Call anil examine my list before buying ,
SALK 18 ncreson both sides of U. I' . It.
FOll track , Y mile w est of union depot ; w ould
make a line addition to Council mulls or Omulm.
Only KWJ per ac e.
FORREST SMITH ,
Room 4 , 3rd Floor , Brown Uuildlng.
FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12 ,
Uuilcr the auspices of the P. . O.
The Emma Juch Grand Opera Co , ,
) CONSI8TII < O OK (
MISS EMMA JUCH , MISS ItOSA LINDU ,
The Celohrated Contralto
MISS ADELIJ AUS DEH OIIK ,
Llzts' Favorite I'lano 1'npll , ami otheri , In ono
( iriind Concert with one entire uct of
( IN COSTUME , )
Tickets bought previous to concert date , with
reserved scat. H and 75 tents ; day of concert ,
ticketsI.W ) and tl. Seats on saloMonday aftel-
noon at Camp A : Kills' Drug fatoro.
OFFICER & POSEY ,
CCOBroatlway Council Hltiffa , Iowa.
NEW COTTAGES !
Neat and comoclious Five Boom Cottages witlt
closets , etc. , are now offered
On very liberal terms of payment , thus enabling mei'lmnlco , clerks and InboHiif
men to secure a homo by paying a binall pavmont down and monthly payments to
apply upon the purchase price. instead of paying rent.
These houses are located bolwuu
BROADWAY AND AVENUE "A"
And immediately between the electric power house and the car shops. WiUl
electric cars passing every ten minutes to Omaha , with only fi cent fares.
Kor full particularb tuldre&s mo and 1 will call upon you.
P. O. HOX1HH , OMAHA , NEB.
JUST PLATTED AND NOW OFFERED FOR SALE
Largo lots ; easy of access , with splendid -sewerage opportunity. Close
proximity to business portion of city , vicinity of good churches and schools. Jtibt
oil Broadway. Electric motor for all points in city and Omaha every seven mlu
utes. Easy terms. Perfect title.
) FOR SALE BY (
F. J. DAY , No. 39 Pearl Street.
A. A. CLARK it CO. , Broadway ami Main
J. G. TIPTON , 527 Broadway ,
FRANK COOK , No. 5 Pearl Street.
JOHNSTON & VAN PATTEN , 33 Main Street ,
AND ALL OTHER REAL ESTATE BROKERS
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Send for Catalogue. E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
SPECIAL advertisements , such as Lost , round ,
To Loan. Tor Sale. To Kent , Wants , Hoard
ing , etc. , will lie Inserted In this column at the
low rate of TI.'N UP.NTS I'KIl LINI3 for the first
Insertion and Hive cent * 1'cr Line for cac.li sub
sequent Insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. .No. K 1'carl Street , near llroadway ,
Council Jlluirs Iowa.
"IjlOH HKNT or for sale on long time -The
Jj new house on Craham avenue , being tlio
next hou o above Dr. Cordon's ; 4 rooms with
basement. Horace 13verett.
TCK for sale In car load lots. JIulholland & Co.
FOIl HUNT Good house and stable. Just out
side of city. Apply to Horace Ilverett
Foil KENT I'urnlshed front room , for gen-
tlemen. iSI N Second street
WANTKD-IIvcrybody to know that I will
not bo undersold In cither furniture or
stoves. H' your patronaue I want , and Jiidito
for yourself. I also buy all tlrst class nouso-
holdgoods. No rubbish wanted , A.J. Mandel ,
8 1 and > llroudway.
F UltNlSIIKO room for rent. 117 4th st.
Oll HUNT Seven-room cottai-e. on the cor-
nerof JJd nvo. and 9th ct. W. C. James.
11KNT A largo number of good dwell-
FOR . Call and einmlno list. 13. II. Sheaf e
& Co. , llroadway and Main at. , up stairs.
HOUSES for rent. Johnston Ic Van Patten ,
TUKSDAV I SATUUIMV
AT 4:3J : p. M AT 3 Itl. .
ANU b f. M. I ANII 8 P. M.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block ,
D , H , McDANELO & CO , ,
Hides. Tallow. Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
(20 and 822 Main Street. Council IlluffH.Iovrx
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal la
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UHiilroMlntt , aut ifr phlo auil trpo writing waikt
! iWl copies can bo taken.
The EscoHor Ce. . Council Bluffs , la ,
S , STEWART , M , D , , D , V , M ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOUHTH STREET.
Telephone ! No.05. .
COUNCIL OLiUFFU , i I IUW
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