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' 6 THE OMAHA"DAITAr BEE : SUNDAY. . .OCTOBER \188a-SIXTEEN"-PAGES' .
THE DAILY BEE.
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UcHvcrcclbv carrier In Any Pnit of the ( Itynt
'Iwrntyotif-j 1'ertelc. .
H.V. . TIT/ION MAXAOI'.K.
. OIIK K No. 4J.
NlUIIT IllllTOII , Nc > , - ) .
N. Y. I'luiiibintf company.
Best i-obiilur at Adams' shoe store.
Only ilO.Kj at Chapman's art store.
Adams will five jou Ills. Better leave
your measure ut Ins 417 Broadway shoe
The Sapp rpsidftirc on Oakland avpinie is
being completely rulltted nnd greatly im
Stjuirc Biggs married Tamlmt M. Hum-
meli and .lunmo K Conkllng , both of Omaha ,
A bunch cf keyes awaits an owner at the
police station. They wore found in a hack
and turned over to the chief of police.
The Here.in Baptist churrli run meet no
longer at All Saints chapel. Thej resolved
last night to build a house for themselves on
The Chautnwiua cir-le meets to-morrow
evening at the board of trade rooms. Kvery-
bod.v is invited. ( Ireck history and litera
ture will take up most of the evening.
A pair of gold bowed spectacles in n ea o
were found on Bryant street yesterday after
noon. The owner can have the same by a | > -
plying nt the oftlcu of the city marshal.
The Southwestern Baptist association has
been in session this week at Shenamloah.
Hov. Dr. ( .onluy , who was In attendance-
returned and will occupy his pulpit as usual
Local nlmrods turned out in force yester
day , ovvmg to u report that during the pre
ceding night a large Hock of mallards had
stopped : it Big lake on their way soutli.
Several line bags ; vere secured.
The Little l > tUimaux | will lecture at the
Presbyterian chnicli Thursday evening ,
October 18. Tickets for salt ! at Camp ic *
Elk's drug store , ( ieneral admission 115 cents.
Children under twelve years 15 cents.
The brick and other material for Keyes
Bros' , new cart nnd buggy factory is being
delivered on the sue of the proposed new
building , and work will shortly be. com
menced. It is the intention of the company
to move their plant hero by the llrst of the
The celebrated stallion "Cyclone" will
serve n few more patrons during the present
Reason. A largo number have been already
refused , being undesirable , and as the ntiin-
ber wanted is lini'ted ' , they will bo seemed
. " . " be found
immediately. "Cyclone. can at
the driving park , Council Bluffs.
Any democrat who is anxious to hazard n
little of Ills cash on the result of the election ,
can bo accommodated by applying to the
Junior proprietor ol the Manhattan. Money
can be left there for tins purpose , and will be
placed in JlOU bets , either on Mew York , In
diana , or on the general result ,
Ed Rogers , the llftecn-yenr-old son of .lake
Rogers , was run li'to ' wlnlu riding his bic.\clo
on Bryant street yesterday. Bo was knocked
from Ins wheel and trampled by the horses.
Be was removed to his homo on Vine street
and medical attcndanco summonetl. Bis in
juries are very painful but not serious. Bo
was considerably bruised but fortunately no
bones were broken.
The social evil question is arousing nnicli
thought and discussion here. The pulpits
will voice the .sentiments of the churches
upon this question to day. Among those who
Will deliver discniir-es this evening irom
their respective pulpits me , Hev. Dr. Cooley ,
nt the Baptist church ; Rev. Dr. i'helps , at
the Presbyterian , and Key. T. J. Mat-key , at
St. Paul's Kpiscopul ,
The parties accused of stopping a " ( J" mail
train east of the transfer last Sunday after
noon had their examination before United
States Commissioner Hunter yesterday
morning , Eignt of them were bound over to
the United States grand Jury , which meets
next March , In sums ranging from JHK ) to
UDO , They were unable to secure bonds and
were committed to the county jail. Two of
the narty , Thomas Hughes and Kred Barter ,
proved an alibi and were discharged. It is
probable that the greater part of those bound
over will secure the necessary bonds and
avoid a live months' wait in Jail.
HE IJUIIII01) BliTTKIl THAN HE
" \Vnw It Judicious Advertising , or Wan
It UniiHiinl Merit in the Prop
erty That Did It ?
A tfoek n > ; o Enistus A Benson platted
Twin City Place on the Council BlulTs
Bldo of the now bridge nnd advertised in
Tins UKK that he would | * ivo 10 per cent
discount off the plat prices and would
require no cash payment for- the first
twenty-live houses to be built within u
specified time. Also , that ho hud con
tracted with a mammoth carriage fac
tory to ho located on thc.so grounds in
the near future . Only live lots remain
to bo sold at the 20 per cent discount.
work on the factory has already bogun.
In close proximity to Twin City Place
Mr. Uenson .sold , this week , an entire.
block to the Piano Manufacturing com
pany , one of the largest companies in
the country. David Bradley & Co.
linvo alto purchased building grounds ,
as well as the Peru Plow company. No
such development in the same length of
time has before been witnessed in cither
Boots , shoes. Kinnohan's , 320 B'wny.
E. II. Shoafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
conlidontal. Olllco 500 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up-stairs.
See Forrest Smith's i special column.
Charles Saunderson , driver of hose reel
No. 3 , was yesterday suspended by Chief
Walters for absenting himself from the llro
bouse where ho was stationed , while on duty ,
tind also for getting drunk. There seems to
be u misunderstanding between the men and
it should tie explained. The trouble in the
department seems to bo that all the boys do
not "stand in. " Certain members can got
drunk , leave their posts and raise Cain gen
erally , but nothing is over said about it.
Another llro laddio tries on the same thing ,
and is summarily bounced. There Is un
doubtedly a "privileged class" in the dc-
IKirtmrnt and those who do not belong had
better "look a lecdlc oud. "
Two Hundred Dollars a Week.
Lust Monday wo sold six lots to two
gentlemen in Omaha. Yesterday after
noon they refused , through us , an olTur
of $1200 profit on one of them. These
lots are on Broadway in Benson's second
addition. If you have any money and
want to do as well , will on us to-morrow
nnd wo will show you how it is done.
BUNfcOX & SlIKIIIIKIlI ) ,
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
The finish on our collars , cuffs and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
T-nundry Co. _ _
Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
Attention , Hlr
Ivanhoc Commandcry , No. 17 , K. P. , will
meet in special conclave Monday evening at
7:30 : o'clock. Order of the lempie. Vi'iting
Sir Knljjhts cordially invltoJ. By ordei
I have the only and sole agency for a
number of line lots in the western par I
of the city , that I can fcoll on easy terini
nnd at prices that will double your
money. I am the only surviving agent
for this property. The other agenl
died when ho saw roc.
roc.J. . G. TUTON.
J. G. Tipton for trackage in 1Bryan i
Clark" and "Kerry. "
The Electrio Motor Being Mnclo
Roncly For the Bridge Opening.
THE FRAIL AND THE FALLEN.
The Pulpit K\irci | > hlMf : Itself on the
( social i\ll-A : Sample L'nclrr the
Pharmacy IJBW Special As
A Kick on AH on mcntH.
A certain law firm of this city Is about to
institute proceedings to secure on Injunction
ngamst the city to prevent the Issuance of
special assessment bonds to pay for public
improvements made during the past ye.ir.
The parties at the bottom of this move ob
ject to paying for the paving , sewerage , and
other work of a similar character done in
front of their property. They have received
the benefit and now refuse to pa > for it. In
speah-ing of the matter jesterday afternoon
one of the aldermen expressed himself as fol
"I would like to see such a move as this
carried out Just to tc.ich some of these old
croakers a lesson.
"They are eternally wanting to ku'k about
something , without knowing the merits of
the case. Now If they succeed In getting
this injunction , they will ho in a nice boat.
The contractors who have done the work
will then go to the cou't and get a writ of
mandamus to compel the city to levy a spe
cial tax to pay for the work. This will not
bo ngamst special property owners , but
ngamst the city. Then the whole amount
will have to bo paid next year , instead of
in twenty years , as now provided in the case
of the special assessment bonds. 1 can not
believe that anyone would be such a consum
mate idiot as to carry out such a move as the
onu proposed , but 1 would like to see it , as 1
said before , Just to teach them a lesson. "
The most wonderful curiosity known
to the lecture platform is the little Ks-
quimaux lady , Miss Olof Krurer. who is
only ! ( ) inches in height , HI years of
ago and weighs 1'JO pounds. She has
repeated her lucturo no less than from
three to six times in several towns and
cities , with increasing interest on each
occasion. Miss Krurer was born and
lived in her native country , Greenland ,
until 15 years of ago. when shu left
home with a party of thipwroeked sail
ors , and after traveling one thousand
miles over fro/.en seas at last reached
Iceland. She remained in Iceland
about ten years , when she left there
with her father and finally reached
Manitoba. The story of her life , as she
tolls it , is more thrilling than any fairy
tale. She holds her audience as if
spell-bound from first to last. During a
portion of the evening she will dress in
her native costume , and at the close of
the lecture she will answer txnj ques
tions that members of the audience may
choose to ask. Miss Krurer comes as u
revelation , n walking wonder and the
greatest curiosity of the nineteenth cen
Six per cent money on real estate.
Low commissions. F. ,1. Day , IJU Pearl
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ollice , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all oilier articles of value without
remoMil. All business strictly conli-
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clotnes. Cascade Laundry C'o.
The Klectrlc Motor.
The crossings for the motor line at the
Northwestern tracks and the Iron for the
curves where the line leaves Hroadway at
Thirteenth street have arrived , and the work
of placing them in position will bo eom-
mc-nccd to-morrow. The crossings , seven in
number , will bo put in place in to days. The
cross wires have been put up on all the poles
between the river and the Northwestern
depot. The new bridge over Indian creek is
nearly completed and will bo rcadi for the
rails Tuesday. The work is getting along
finely in all departments , and the line will bo
ready for operation as soon as the rolling
stock gets here. Klcvcn motor cars and ten
coaches have been ordered , and eight of the
motor cars and probably all of the coaches
will bo hero on the day of opening , October
: ' . ( ) . Arrangements have been inado with the
Northwestern railroad company to run trains
to the river every half hour on that day for
the accommodation of visitors. It is also
stated that the entire street car system of
the city will bo changed to an eleetrine line
this fall and will also be extended. The
ground covered is 1'carl and South Main
streets , upper LJroadway and the transfer
J. G. Tipton has a new "Real Estate
Record , " a hook of his own design. All
property listed with him can now bo
found in a moment.
Do you want to make a nice profit in
thirty davs ? Wo have placed in our
hands , by parties who must have money ,
twenty lots in Omaha addition which
we will sell at a special price. Call and
see us. Benson & Shepherd , Masonic
First Avcniiit Trackage.
There seems to be quite a lively demand
mand for trackage property on 'First
avenue. We have a number of lots that
wo had reserved , knowing that prices
would advance , but wo have decided to
give our customers the advantage.
Commencing to-morrow wo will place
on sale twenty-two lots on First avenue.
The very llnest between Streetvillo and
the river. First come , lirst served.
Titles perfect. Benson & Shepherd ,
Iio You Want Acreage.
If you want to buy a piuco of acreage
that you can plat and sell at once , call
on us. We have the cheapest and best
acreage between Streetsvillo and the
river Benson & Shepherd. Masonic
PulpltH and PCWH.
The following announcement are inado
conccrninc the churches of the city :
At Hroadway M. K. Church Preaching by
the pastor , 1) . C. Fianklin , at 10 n. in. , nnd
7.30 p. in. Kvening subject : "Tho Unan-
scr.iblo Argument. " Strangers in the city
are cordially invited to these services. Gen
tlemanly ushers will \\olcomo you.
Preaching in the First Haptist ehurcli by
the pastor lit 10:30 : o. in. , and 7'M : p. in. Sub
ject for evening , "Tho Social Kvll and Its
licrcan Uaptist Church The oublic arc in
vited to-day to attend preaching. Services
conducted by Hev. T. F. Thioltstun , at 100 : ! !
a. in. and 7:80 : p. in. , at All Saints chapel.
Sunday school at 12 in.
The Hetlmny Habtist church will hold Its
regular services in the old "Hiblu Alono"
meeting house , corner Bluff and Story streets ,
Preaching by the pastor. Hov. E. N. Harris ,
at 10W : ! ) a. m. and 7:30 : p. in , Sunday snliool
at 13 m. All arc cordially invited.
Rev. J. Fisk will preach to-day at the Har
mony Mission at 8 o'clock p. in.
Presbyterian -Prcaelilng as usual by the
pastor , both moraine and evening The
Lord's supper will follow the morning ser
mon , after an Interval to allow change of
seats. In the evening the theme will be ,
"The Social Evil , or Hope for the Fullcn "
Sabbath school at 12 o'clock. All l-ivlted.
St. Francis Zavier's Catholic church
Services : mass at 6 o'clock , high mass at
10 : UO o'clock ; sermon in English , vespers and
benediction at 3SO : p. m. Sunday school at 3
p , m , U. P. McMenomy , pastor.
Congregational Services to-day , tnornlnc
and evening. Preaching by the pastor.
Morning subject. "Christians the \Vorkmnn-
uhlp of Gcd. " Evening , "Why I Ueliovti in
the Ulble , " a discourse specially for the
youiib" people. All re cordially invited.
SPECIAL SALE !
Of Kid Glovoa.
To-Morrow , Monday , All Day , nt
Jlcnry Klpcmnn At CO'H ,
ISO dozen kid gloves , ,1 , o nnd (5 ( but
ton length at l c a pairworth from $1
to fl.oO a pair.
Thih is a great bargain that wo closed
out from a New York mporter. The
public should not fall to call and take
advantage of this special offer.
Only two pairs will be told to any one
Wi1 al-o offer great bargains in la
dies' misMJs- ' and ehildrens' cloaks
during this week's Mile.
Call and f-eee us.
Henry Kit-email & Co. ,
.1. f ! . Tipton makes a specialty of real
crtnte , and is ulwiUb at it.
The .streets in Hurke's addition to
Council Hlullh have all been graded uj )
by Owens liros.
Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
The I1. K. O. foi'ii'ty desire to express their
thanks lor the kindness shown tncin by the
Council HlniTs Carpet company , Mccbo Fur
niture company anil L'hupimin art store In
furnishing the stii e littiiigs for the Ktnniu
We have no competitors in HnUhing
collarcufls and shirts. Ca.scade Laun
Now mince mi'iits and saur kraut jubt
received at Tibbitts' .
Mrs. L. Simmons , ilressinulcer , Sl-J lirnnd-
way. over Hisemiui's , on electric motor line.
Special mlvunt.ip's to Omaha Indies.
AVorklni ; ol'tlie I'linrtnncy haw.
The new pharnuu'y prohibition law con
tains many requirements which must bo met
before anyone can ( 'ct cvon it smell of any
thing alcoholic. The following is one of the
tlrst applications under the new law , it being
verbatim except a change of names :
1 heicby make ri'ipast for the purchase of
six ounces of alcohol. My truu name Is .luhn
Jones , my a o is thirty six , , md 1 reside in
Knox township , I'ott.iwattainiecounty , town.
The actual purpose uf obtaining suid lupior
is to make use of the same for a colt , year
ling , without , name , icbidmg on my faun ,
and the same is to bo ursrd for medical pur
poses , and neither mysell nor the said colt
are in the habit of using intoxicatinir Inpior.s
as a beverage. JOHN JONKS.
J. G. Tipton for Broadway lots.
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad-
ilres > b or call on , ) . K. KieeXo. 110 Main
trcet , Council Hlulls.
Best bargains in BurKe's addition.
Loans made on city business and residence -
denco projierty. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Chiiini ) liivostinent company.
Burke's addition ; large Jots , good It-
ties , near motor line , on high grounds ,
trcets graded , price low ; one-tenth
[ lown , balance $10 n month without in
terest. Apply to Finlov Burke , ll"i
Pearl street , Council BhilTs.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
iliamonds , hordes , buggies , or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , ollice cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cults and shirts by Cascade Laundry
The city ofllclals do not propose to do any
thing to stop the tide of prostitute immigra
lion setting tills way from Omaha , but will
collect fines from the new arrivals the same
as from those now here. Said one of the of
ficials yesterday : "We will probably have
to follow Omaha's example after a wliileand ,
ba nish them from certain portions of the
city , but it isn't ' necessary at present " He
faikd to clearly express his idea of necessity.
It is rumored that the bawds will establish
themselves in the vicinity of the. new bridge
in the western part ot the city. Jf such is
the case , perhaps the council will iind it
"necessary" to take steps to abate the nui
S. B. Wadsworth & C'o. loan money.
For beauty , for comfort , for improve
ment of the complexion , use only Pov.-
HOIII'S Powder ; there is nothing like it.
For bargains in real estate in any
part of the city see F. J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
The price of a .lot is saved on the
price of grade alone if you buy a lot in
Burko's addition. Apply to Finloy
Burke , 11.1 Pearl street , Council
13 lu IT.s.
J. G. Tipton for all kinds of real
K. II. Shcafo & Co. , make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Ollico
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Don't waste your time on tax title
lots , but como and buy one of Benson iV
Shepherd and got a perfect title. Tncy
have trackage on First avenue that
can't bo beat.
Turning the Tallies.
The case of State of Iowa vs 1'earl liodgcrs
was calleii in Squire Miggs court jesterdny
afternoon , being taken I hero from Justice
Scliuri on a chance of venue. Attorney
Limit , who appeared for the defense , argued
that the defendant could not bo tried in Iowa
for a crnno alleged li-ivo boon committed in
Nebraska , and the court sustained him by
discharging the prisoner , Mr. Limit then
stated that the case was ono of blackmail ,
nnd wanted a warrant issued for the arrest
of the prosecut'iig witness. , Lon lOmorson ,
Ida Louise , and "ono other girl , naino un
known , with u pair of black eyes. " The
party skipped out , and will probably avoid
Mrs. J. Mailer is In Westlleld , N. Y. , where
she will visit with relative * for a month.
InV. . N. Oursler , of Oiicbolt , la. , is visiting -
iting Ills brother , J. M. Oursler , agent Union
J. J. Stewart and family returned last
livening from a llvo weeks' visit in Ohio with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Hlcrwath has so far recovered from
her long and Revere illness , that her sister ,
Mrs. frank d'Urro , who has been with her ,
will now bo able to start on Monday to Join
Mr. d'Urro in Los Angeles , C'al ,
W. F. Patterson , of the "Q" leaves this
morning for a visit with his brothers in
northwestern Nebraska. Ho will be absent
about ten days , and will slaughter n few buf
faloes and grizly bears before nis return.
Hav. Mr. Hartsough lias had a unanimous
call to be the pnstor of the Avoca Congrega
tional church for another year. Ho has de
cided , liowover , to go into the evangelical
work , and cannot bo tied down to any church.
The school board met in adjourned session
last evening to try to elect a secretary. A
full board was present , Mr. Stewart bavin ) ;
Just arrived home from the cast. A petition
from Hov. Mr. Thickstun to use- the Court
street school for Sunday school purposes was
referred to the committee on buildings. Hal-
lotlng for u secretary was then taken up.
On the seventy-ninth ballot Dr. George
11 rown was elected.
ON SEVEN YEARS TIME
! " i
Nice 5-room cottages , brick foundation , and
all necessary out-buildings.
Only ten minutes walk from the new motor
line. Near the
NEW POWER HOUSE ,
FEW ONLY LEFT
FOR SALE ON THESE TERMS.
APPLY AT ONE TO
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
TELEPHONE NO , 112.
For FIVE DAYS
FOR FIVE DAYS.
PER CENT PER CENT.
W. W. CHAPMAN.
The above discount will be given on all frames innde to order , for
days. The largest line of new designs and mouldingsvest ofOhicag
Remember the Crayon Portrait ,
* frame and easel , at $10.75. Only
22 days more. SEND 1ST YOUR
Nos. 105 and 107Main St. , Council Bluffs , la
A C"hniitniiiiu | Question Answered.
I'aynicnt.s to this fund are to bo made on
the following basis-
$0.00 to JIIUIO cash , on call.
to.0.1 : to S. 10.00 in two equal payments.
WO.HO to ? 00 CO in three equal navincnts.
All sums above Jt.0.00 are to be paid in In
stallments as follows : ' I
Twcntjlive pur cent on first call and N)1 )
per cent of the balance of tl.c amount on
each subsequent call Until the amount of the
subscription is paid. Mo call to bo inado oftener -
tenor than thirty days. JJotlces fortheiirst
call on subscription are now out and it is de
sired that eac'h subscriber makes it conven
ient to pay into the ttctMury at oneo.
J. M. Oi'iisi.r.H , Secretary.
OeorRC Htidio , manager of the Council
Hlutts ball team for the punt reason , desires
it distinctly understood that hu has nothing
to do with the coming ball of the club. The
reoru'auueil team desires to still rurther em-
phasi/e the above , and state that Kudlo
neither has anything to do with them at pres
ent , nor will have in the future.
With caoli purchase of K.OO we nive a ticket
( jood for one. chance tu twenty illuYiunt nitlcles.
Total prizes amount to IJni. These presents
will be nlvt'ti nwiiy January " , lm.i.
1st Piize Ono Cent's tem Winder Silver
L'nd I'lUo-Onc Gent's Pair of 1'nnts , mada to
ilrd I'il7e One Cent's I'anoy Wool Over.shlrt.
1th 1'mu Onu Ct'iit'.s I'luo Suit Wool t'nder-
mh I'rlzo-Ono Cent's Silk Mudl'T.
Mil I'rl/o-One Cent's I'alr Hue .Mittens.
7th Prlzo-Ona Cent's Klegatit Watch Chain.
8th Prize One Cent's Silk Handkerchief.
Uth Prize -One. Cents Pair Cull lluttons.
inth I'ri/e One Cent tt Fine Scarf Pin.
Uth Pi ie-One Cent's Silk Necktie.
UMh Piize-One Cent's Tine Ithtnostnno Stud.
I Ith Prize-One Cent's Pair Kid Cloves
14lh Pi i/e-l > no Cent's Pair Silk Suspenders.
15th Piize-One Cent's Pair I'lno Woolen
Hitli Pii7e-One-half doz. ( Jent's Linen Hand
17th Pi i/.o-Ono Cent's Tine Tie.
IMh Pil/.u-OuoOeilt s r.U'Kiint I.ocket.
I'Jth ' Piize-OnoCeiu's 1'Ine Cold Collar Hut-
' 'OthPrleOno Cent's Set , containing Look
ing Class , Shears and Comb.
CUT PRICETATTHE JOB LOT
Men's Ileavv Working suits $ .l."iO worth ? 7.
Men's llest | ) ress Sult.s i'i , worth J i.
Men's All-W eel Suits f7. worth fH.fi ) .
Men's All-Wool Fmu Dress Suits * 10 , worth
if 1U ; < i.
Men's Heavy Woikiuu Pants II , woith ? 1
Men's Cashmere Pants $1.50. woith i-.Tn.
MX ) I'alr Woolen Pants , nil kinds of fancy
stiliies , lat \st htyK's , trom $ . ' . " > 0up.
Hoy's Heavy Suits from 4 to K yeais , $ I."O
wort lit : ) .
IIov's ' Ail-Wool Suits , ago 10 to 13 , l."i , worth
Hoy's Overcoats , age 4 to 1'-- . worth J1.
Hoy's All-Wool Overcoats III , worth W.5'J. '
Mrli'h Storm Overcoats H..10. worth fH.7B.
Men's Woolen Overcoats $ . ' > , \\oitli } 10.it3.
Men's lrn ) H Ovei coats * " , worth Jll.-"i.
Men's imported Worsted Overcoats * > , woith
IlK'i ; , .
Men's llea\er Overcoats f.w. worth $17.55.
Men s Chinchilla Coats tuidi Vests $ ! , worth tlO.
Men's Axttukiiu Coats and Vests , blat K or
brown , JIU.Mi. wo.th flfi'i.
Men's Scarlet Shirts anfl Drawers at Klc , worth
Men's llest Suits Swlts Conde Underwear f2.60
worth fo. !
Men's Heat Heavy Stilts Underwent- , woith
: t ' 5
Men's llest Camel Hair Suits t'nderwear K.Si ,
woith Jl. 60.
Men's llest Cray Suits fnflerweur tOc , worth
tt. ' , ' . > .
Men's Hest Canton 11 nn l Suits t'nderwear
7oc. Woiih tl.av
Men's Hest Moleskin Shlrts'Mc. worth 75c.
Men's llest Kxtra Heavy Moleskin Shirts 75c ,
Men's llest I'iliifl Flannel Shirts 75o , worth 11.3" .
Men's llfkt I'mcy Flannel Hhlrts tt. worth Jji.
Men's llest Pine Flannel Shirts , assorted colors ,
JI.Tri.worthtl.ri. . . . , ,
Men's llest CaRsimcro Shirts , assorted colors ,
JI.M ) , worth M. ' , . .
Men's llest Wool HatH 50c , worth 7 c.
. . . . . Het Working Shoe
Men's He.-tSeainle.ss Shoes , Cougrubs lluttons.
Men's l'lcstrilaliroa'd Wide Sole Shoes t..OO.
worth 1.1. . . .
Men's Hest ( 'alt Shoos K. worth t a > .
Men's llest Working Hoots J1.50 , worth tJ.Co.
Men's llest Kin Hoots 13 33 , worth W.iS.
Men's Heht Fine Calf Hoots KM. worth 14.50.
Men's llest Moves and Mittens Wte up.
All the goo < Js mentioned ncro are of latest
styles. Come and tee our goods before pur
chasing : it will pay you to examine our goods.
Kciucmhcr ( lie I'lacc.
M. MARCUS ,
546 & 548 BROADWAY ,
COONOIti DiiUPKS , i IOWA.
SPITIAI.advertlsemrnts.siichas Lost , round ,
To Loan , For S'lle , To Kent , Wants , Hoard
ing , etc. , will be inserted In this column at the
low into or TIN : CKSTS PIII UNI : tor the nrst
inseition and Five Cents Per l.lnc for each subsequent -
sequent Insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. No. 12 Pearl Stieet , near Itro.ulway ,
Council Hlutls Iowa.
LOST Hunch of 5 or il keys on Hroadwny or
Mynster frtreet between den avenue and
Avenue C. Finder pe.i-o ! leave at llee ollice.
inou HUNT or for sale on long time -Tho
new house on Craham a\euue , being the
next hou-e above Dr. Cordon's ; 4 rooms with
basement. Horace llvcrett.
fCE for hale lu car load lots. Mulholland i Co.
FOI ! KF.NT Coed house and stable , just out
side of city. Apply to Horace Kverett
FOIt IlKNT Furnished front room , for gen
tlemen. KStN. Second street.
\VANTKD-iverybody : to know that 1 will
T not bo undersold in either furniture or
stoves. It's jour patronage I want , and Judge
for yourself. 1 also buy all llrst class House-
holdgoods. Jfo rubbish wanted. A.J.Maudel ,
y l and 3i"i Hrondway.
TJlt'ltNISIIKI ) loom for rent , 117 4th st.
TjlOK HKNT Seven-room cottaire. on the cor-
Inerof Jd avc. and Dth st. W. C. James.
FOH KF.NT A large number of good dwell
ings Call and examine list. K. II. Sheaf e
\ Co. , Hroadway and Main st. . up stairs.
HOFSF.S for rent. Johnston A ; Van Tatten ,
: tJ Main st.
SPECIAL WANT COLUMN.
Foil SAI.I3 House of 5 rooms ; closets nnd
cellar. Largo lot , good burn , well and cis
tern. Fruit trees. A good home , toil K. Pierce
St. , 'jblkto s > t. cars. J..IUO ; easy terms.
"irOH SALF 'iVtoot lot on the corner of
-L Hroadway and ' . " 'd s > t. , only J4V ) ir taken
FOIt SALi : 44-foot lot on Hroadway In the
llrst block this end of the new bildge to
Omaha ; If sold at once only $ l7.r > .
T OK SALF. An elegant it-room cottage with
* JL1 lot U.\Ft ) , on Harrison nt ; this propeity Is
worth fromM.OOJto JI.Vi , but If sold soon will
i-ell for $ 'i,5U ) ; good terms.
FOIt HUNT- Nice 4-room cottage on Mha\o.
and lUth St.only fit per month ,
fPO LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
X furniture , pianos , Jewelry , etc , ; see me be
fore hoitowlng clsewhete.
771OH SA LK-Lot miS ) on 1st ave , near N' . W.
-I-1 H. H. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at I4CW.
171OH SALU Lots , houses and lots , and ncro
property In all parts of tlie city ; cheaper by
10 ! per cent than It can be bought IK ) days from
now. Call and examine my lUt befoio buying.
FOIt SAI.n is acres on both sides of I' . P. It.
II. track , 'j mile west of union depot : would
make a tine addition to Council HlutTsorOmaha.
Only } 7iV ) per acre ,
FORREST SMITH ,
Koom 4 , .Ircl Floor , Urown Huihling.
s , STEW/SMI / , D , , D , v , M ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. 111)5 ,
COUNClfj BLUFFS. : : IIW
D. U. HcDANELD & CO. ,
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
at ) and 821 Malu Street. Council
NO , 29 MAIN STREET ,
Latest Nou'Itles In
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
. c. L GILL.ITT : < : .
NEW COTTAGES !
Neat and comoclious Five Room Cottages with
closets , etc. , are now offered
On very liberal terms of payment , thus enabling mechanics , clerk * and laboring
men to K'curo a homo by paying- small iinyment down and monthly payments to
apply upon the purchase price , instead of paying rent.
These houses are located bolwen
BROADWAY AND AVENUE "A"
Anil immediately between the electric power hou c nnd the car shop' . With
electric " - , < , ' every ten minutes to Omaha , \sith only /i cent fare" .
For full particulars address me and 1 will call upon ion.
EC. FITOKC ,
P. O. 11OX 'IHH , OMAHA , Mill.
WHAT A RUSH
There lias been during the past week. The
WILL BE CONTINUED
DUUING THIS WEEK. THIS GREAT
CUT IN PRICES
Is 011 all curtain goods. Don't forget. These
goods are selling fast. At these prices they
sell themselves. Come early to get a choice in
materials and patterns.
No 405 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
1842. 187J *
MASSILLON , OHIO , MAMTACTUHEKS.
1'Apcclally Adapted fet
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators.
Specifications ami estimates furnished for complete steam plant * . Heirulatlon , Durability ( lnar-
uuteed. Can show letter * from users where fuel Uconomy is equal with Corliss '
cii noi > i : , coi'xcii , UMJFI-'S , IOWA.
Send for Catalogue , E. C. HARRIS , Manager.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
CofNcn I3i trrs P. C. Do Vol's Store , No. I OMtut Carpenter Paper Co. , No. 1114
! XH Middle Hroadway. Teli-phono No. 87. | Douglas Street. Telephone No. 12CO.
OUR STOCK tnOUR STOCK
LARGER tnW More Complete
THAN W THAN
Ever Before. Ever Before.
4C1 HHOADWAY. O 4fl 1 HHOADWAY
WE CAN c/o YOU CAN
Lower Pri Better Bargains
Ever Before. Ever Before.
DR. C. B. J U DD ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on largo coniinission or flalary.
WAKTUU-IOCAL. AXD TIIAVKLIXW AGiXTS : OX COMMISSIO.V
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
KOllroadway Council UrnUs. Iowa. Established
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal to
TheKdlton Mimeograph , the ten upparatm for
munlfoUIIni : , autographic ana tree writing < furk.
3IU ) coplei tan b lakca.
The Escshlor CCouncil Bhfis , la.
AT t : ) i' . M AT a r. M.
AND S I' . M. AMU 8 I' . U.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
1014 Douulaa St. , Oiiiuba , Nob.
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