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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : . SUNDAY , OCTOBER 2S ; 1S88.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
THE DAILY BEE.
Of'FICi : . NO II ! PHARL BT11KET.
Dtlhcrcdby cnrrler In Any Putt of tlioHlyn
'I w inly Cents 1'crcek. .
II. W. TII.1UN . . . . . . . MA.SAOKll.
HmNrt * OFHCE No. 43.
NtiiiiT KniTuii , No.- ! .
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Only $10.75 nt Chapman's art store.
Elegant overcoatings at A. llcitor's ,
merchant tailor , 'UHroathvay. .
Best hard and Mjft real and Missouri
wood. K. K. layno , Oil ) IJroadway ,
The W C. A. Indies will hold 11 committee
mrt'tliiR to-morrow ( Monday ) at 3 o'clock
with Mrs. Klnigiut.
A centrally located , finely furnished
room to rout to one or two gentlemen.
Must funiinh references. Address T. 10 ,
The cinbc/7lcmcnt case of Clmrlcs frlflltlis !
wns yesterday continued until to-morrow
tnornlnp , us the defendant's attorney was
not ready for trial.
The ( MVltiK of lirondwav extension was
romplcted at ten uiltiutus before ycstcr- -
clny , and the great thoronghfaru to Omaha
was flnlHliud at lust.
The Bixtecn new cars for the electric motor
line , that arrived Friday over thu Northwestern -
western , were unloaded yosturduv and re
moved ( o the car house by horse power.
The Council UlufTs Investment company
will occupy on the first of November the
loom 10 in UviTCtt'ablock , recently occupied
by the Herald Printing company.
The mayor has been notified to visit the
new bridge to-morrow for the purpose of
Inspecting It , to see that all mjiihcmcnts
have been complied with , and that there Is
no icuson why the bonus voted by the city
should not be paid.
A platt of Suckctt's addition to the city of
Council IllufTs vv.is Hied yesterday with the
county recorder. Tim tiact lies between
avenues A and D and Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-eighth streets. It is just east of
Kvaris' Hridgu addition.
The continued ease of James ] ? affo for as-
Bault and Uittery was called before .ludgc
A.vlcsworth yesterday morning , as the at-
torncys desired to argue the case before sub
mitting it. hut as they \\erenot ready , an
other continuance was granted until to-mor-
Mrs. Mnitha Holmes entertained a very
enjoyable dancing paity at her home , MX )
Fourteenth avenue , Thursday evening , on
the occasion of her eighteenth birthday.
Choice refreshments were served , and the
largo number of guests wore most hospitably
S. Dolson was arrested ycsteiday morning
charged with malicious mischief In defacing
property in the yard of .lolin Aides at 15
North Main street. The defendant was
taken before Squire Schur/ and placed under
$100 bonds to appear to-morrow for trial.
llo famished the required amount and was
John Mooney , who was sentenced to thirty
days in jail at the last term of the federal
court , for Illegal liquor selling at Missouri
Valley , was icleascd on Wednesday to at
tend the funeral of one of his children. He
htlll hud three days to serve and promised to
return. Sure enough , on Friday evening ho
icnppearcd at the Jail entiance to bo locked
up. His time expires to-morrow. Sheriff
O'Neill sa\s that such cases are quite com
mon , and that persons almost invariably
keep their word under such circumstances.
See W. C. Stacy's ad.
Mrs. L. Simmons , dressmaker , 314 Broad
way , over Kiscman's , on electric motor line.
Special advantages to Omaha ladies.
BKNbON & Slir.l'IIKUD.
Money loaned on fuiniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Illinois and Town best soft coal , Gloa-
POII , 20 Pearl street.
Guns and ammunition at Odoll &
Bryant's hardware and steve house.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
Mr. William Young , of Macedonia , was a
\ Isitor in the Bluffs yesterday.
John Given , superintendent of the Hock
Island , was in the city yesterday.
O. O. St. John returned lust evening from
n three weeks' business trip through Ne
Miss Emma Etuyre , of Oregon , 111. , Is vis
iting her sister. Mrs. S. U. Wadsworth , on
II. .T. Cory and family , of Denver , are the
guests of Mrs. J. L. Stewart , who is n sister
of Mr. Cory. The visitors have just returned
from an extended European tour.
Mr. U. W. Mackay , wife and daughter , of
St. Paul , are the guests of Hoy. T. J.
Mackay , of this city. Mr. Maekuy accom
panied his family as far as this city , and
they will proceed to California.
Mr , and Mrs. J. I. Cutting , of San Fran
cisco , have been visiting with the famllv of
Phil Armour , on Sixth street , for the past
few days. They are returning from a visit
to New York , and will leave for home this
See Forrest Smith's special column.
J. G. 1'ipton for ferry lots.
Twin City lots.
BKXSON & SiiEi'iiiuD.
Haint Honiara I'lnco.
I have a number of line lots for sale
in the above addition , located only two
blocks away from the street cars on
Broadway. These lots are 50.\U50 feet ,
and arc choice residence property.
They are high and dry and present a
commanding view , For full informa
tion regarding prices and terms apply
to J. G. Tipton , bole agent , 527 Broad
Best bargains in real estate. Odell
Bros. & Co.
J. G. Tipton has bargains in real es
K. H. Shoafo loans money on chattel
security of every description. "Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Otllco 600 Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Champ Investment company.
8. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Money loaned nt L. B. Crafts it Co.'s
loan oftleo , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
For bargains in real estate In any
part of the city see F , J , Day , the leading - *
ing real estate dealer.
E. H. Shcafo & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Olllco
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Company . * Attention J
Every member of Company A is hereby
ordered to report at the armory Tuesday
morning , October SO , at 8:00 : o'clock. By
order of A. W. COWJ.ES ,
H. C. WELLS , Scc'y , Captain Ccminuttdlntc.
Have our wagon cal\ \ for your toiled
clothes. CiUKMUe Luuudry Co ,
MOVING TOWARD THE RIVER ,
Tbo Burlington Laying Its Rails
REPUBLICANS IN CONVENTION.
A Township Ticket Named South
Omnlin'H Olilel' CIcnrinK His
Li lu Its Record The diuretic *
The Itaco Kntrlcs.
Making Trnclcn For tlic Hivcr.
Yesterday morning the C. , H. ft Q. railway
company put a largo force of men at work
laying a tr.iuk from the end of their ipur
track ut Stcw.irt's lucking house toward the
river. About there months ago the city coun
cil grunted that corporation 11 right of way
down first avenue on the south side of the
Not thwcstern track , and the Kock Island a
right of way along the saino avenue on the
north side. Tlio Northwestern has had a
tracK to the river along this avenue for sev
eral yoius , and the other companies , realiz
ing that the extensive territory of the eastern
bottoms would be specially occupied by lum
ber and coal yards , wholesale houses and
manufacturing enterprises after the opening
of the r.ew bridge , began casting about for a
line to that portion of the city as soon as they
BIUV the brldgo Hearing completion , i'ho
Kock Island has thus far made no move to
lay n track , but It Is understood that this
work will be commenced very shortlj. The
Northwestern Is not disposed to allow the
"Q" to enter its territory without being duly
compensated , The former company has a
spur track from its liver track to the packing
house , and this spur track the "Q" must
cross. The Northwestern yesterday kept an
engine and line of freight cars stand
ing on this track , and a gang of
men busily employed in unloading material ,
evidently preparing to put in switches or
sidetracks. Theicwasno trouble over the
matter , for the "Q" men went around to the
other side of the Northwestern train and con
tinued their laborg. The work is being
rushed and will bo completed by to-morrow
morning. It is the opinion of railway ofllcials
that the matter will bo amicably adjusted us
soon as ccitum papers arc signed.
Said a well known local olllclul yesterday ,
"Tho loads will all extend their tracks to
the river , or make trafllc arrangements with
other lines that have tracks down there to
do their hauling. There will undoubtedly be
u vast amount of business done down there
Inside of the next year. The "Q" and the
Hock Island will both get their share , and
the Northwestern will nor bo left out in the
cold. The Milwaukee and Unioii Pacific
will nrobably make arrangements to go down
other streets If the council will grant n right
of way. Omaha lumber yards and a number
of other enterprises will surely como across
the bridge , as property on the west side of
the river is altogether too'vuluable to be oc
cupied by such plants. The roads aiu not
making this move for nothing. Inside of
two years the whole d 1st unco between this
city and Omaha will bo built up solid , and
liroadway real estate will sell by thu front
foot. Nearly one thousand new buildings
are already contemplated on the bottoms ,
and contracts are let for a large part of
"I tell you that the public generally has no
idea of the vast amount of work that is laid
out. Warehouses will go up , and these by
the dozen , ami that Is why the railroads are
getting there with u rush. Without a single
exception , every wholesale implement house
in this city has bought land down there for
the erection of new buildings. It moans a
great deal , and wo all want a httlo of the
The motor line management has made ar
rangements to have ttams run to the river
on the day of the bridge celebration , Octo
ber ! iO. The Northwestern has refused to
do this , and It is surmised that the "Q" is
rushing its track through for that purpose.
The ofllcials of the road will vouchsafe no
information concerning the matter , but this
is the general supposition. The cars of the
motor line will not beg ! * to furnish trans
portation for the enormous crowds which
will bo In the city on Tuesday next , and this
is the only way in which transportation can
Mr. Alworth. of the Northwestern , states
that the Hock Island docs not desire to build
a track of its own , and mis joined with the
"Q" in building a joint track. The North
western has always had a right of way
there , and desires to put in switches and
sldo tracks for the manufacturing enter
prises to bo established there.
The Burlington has covered the entire line
by laying short stretches of track in numer
ous places , and will join them at their
See Forrest Smith's special column.
S. G. Tipton for Bryant & Clark.
On the 30th the W. C. A. ladies will
borvo dinner for io ! cents at the Pacific
hou.se. A lunch counter will also be
We do not Intend to indorse any except arti
cled of merit , but we take pleasure In referring
to the "Garland Stoves und Kunges , whose
superiority is too well established to be called
in cUC3tlou. | They are believed to be un ( [ ualed
by uny la the world. Sold exclusively by 1' . C.
Republican Town Ticket.
The republicans of Kane township met In
convention yesterday afternoon for the pur
pose of nominating a townshln ticket to sub
mit to the voters at the coming election. The
result was as follows :
Justices of the Peace E. S. Uarnctt , C. P.
Urcd and W. L. Biggs.
Constables Colonel John Fox , J. E. Brooks
and S. Covalt.
Trustee Dr. O. W. Gordon.
Clerk D. K. Witter.
Some of those present objected to the name
of Siruiio 131ggs , as ho was a candidate at the
hands of the democrats , but his friends
pulled him through.
Odoll Bros. & Co. loan money on real
Rock Spring coal , Gleason , 20 Pearl
Fresh California canned goods at Tib-
bitt's. 345 Broadway i
J. G. Tipton for Benson's flrst addi
First Avenue lots.
South Oinalia'a Chieftain.
Chief McCrackcn , of the South Omaha
police forcOj was In the Bluffs yesterday ,
trying to clear up the cloud , which the record
of his part In the recent celebration he.ro ,
caused to rest upon his fair name and fame.
His statement of the affair was that ho was
la company with Al Gurry , and Mr. and Mrs.
Magco , of South Omaha. They took a hack
to go to the ball gurao in Omaha , and after
the game rode over to the Bluffs to see the
torchlight parade. They got into another
hack , which was standing in front of the
Turf saloon , and watched the procession.
Soon thruo Council Bluffs persons climbed
Into the hack , und the whole party drove
down to the Omaha saloon. There part got
out. and the South Omaha quartet rodn back
to tno place from whence they started. After
wards the claim was made that McCruekcn
refused to pay for the hack , and Chief Lucas ,
of the Council liluffs police , hunted
him up. Ho dlsclftlmed owing the hark-
driver anything , and declared that he had
paid for everything he had ordered Thu
huckdriver corroborates this , und did not
seem to know which ono of the whole party
was rcsponsiblo for the extra hire. Mc
Crackcn , rather than bare any innocent out
sider pay the bill , yesterday paid it himself.
Ho also denies that the woman who was In
the party , was In anyway connected with
him , but that she was simply In the carriage.
uuu " . 'a ? known to him as Mrs. McUeo and
was accompahie ; ! by Mr. McGco. Ho de
nies having taken in "lliC rotten row , " or
having been noisy drunk. He attributes
much of his trouble to the fact that ho kept
hurrahing for Cleveland , and that ho sang on
the street campaign aoug in honor of Me-
Shano. Ho also offered to bet * 1,000 to ' 00
on McShuno , This might have led republi
cans to think him drunk and disorderly , but
McCrackcn saw no Impropriety In thus ex
pressing his enthusiasm , oven during u re
publican celebration ,
J. G. Tipton for Broadway lots.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
The following arc the entries for the races
nt the Union park , Council Bluffs , November
I , Sana 3 :
2 3.1 CIASS TIlOTTIXrt.
C. Rowley , Lewis , la. , b. in , Lady Leighton -
ton ; Peter Oilier , Sioux City , la. , b. s. ,
Welshman ; H. Knaul , Denlson , la. , ch. f , ,
Fannctto ; C. V. Talmadge , Fairmont , Nob. ,
br. m. , Jennlo Lynn ; Charles McCornilck ,
Omaha , Neb. , blk. y. , Peter Gardner ; W. H.
II. Colby , Fort Dodge , la. , blk. m. , Molllo
II. ; A. Thompson , Omaha , Neb. , ch. m. ,
Betsy Baker ; B. J. Moore , Uunlnp , la. , ch.
s. , Golden Wing.
2:20 : CLASS TIIOTTISO ANM ) 1 > ICN(1. !
Charles Gregory , Council Bluffs , b s , Cy
clone ; N. I. D. Solomon , Omaha , Neb. , g.
s. , Kd. Hoscwater ; N. F. Chamberlain ,
Omaha , Neb. , b. g. , John ; Sam Balrd ,
Nunlap. la , blk. in. . Nolllo Sherman ;
J. C. Elliott , Omaha , Neb. , g. g. , Oliver E.
2:30 : ci.\ss THOTTISO.
J. I ) . Yoemans , Aurora , N. Y. , ch s , Nor
way ; N. I. D , Solomon , Omaha , Neb. , blk s ,
Black Wilkcs ; L. L. Garrison , Heynolds ,
Neb. , s g , Paul.
2:10 : fuss THOTTISO.
C. Howley , Atlantic , la. , b m , Ibis ; Peter
Dolier , Sioux City , la. , Welchmnn ; J. H.
McShuno. Omulm , Neb. , b s , J. S. C. ; H. W.
Oilman , Omaha , Neb. , br g , Frank ; A. F.
Nash , Sioux City , la , b g , Castloton ; S. T.
Smith , Spencer , la. , ch g , Frank D ; \\T. H.
H. Colby , Fort Dodge , la. , blk in , Lulu H.
2.HO CI.A'-S TIlOTTINd.
Charles Git-gory , Council Bluffs , In. , b s.
Cyclone ; M. A. ICelsey , Superior , Neb , , blk
g , Joker ; C. I ) . Talmadge , Fall-mount , Neb. ,
b g. Ill ; Sam Buird , Uunlnp , la. , blk in , Nel
lie Sherman ; Charles McCorinluk , Omaha ,
Nob. , b g. Captain Hunt ; C. W. Beaeh , Au-
buin , Neb. , br s , Tulavenu.
2:21 : CM1" ' I-ACIVO.
J. H. MeShano. Omaha , Neb , g tr , Joseph
L ; Charles McCormkk , Omnlia , Neb. , g g ,
St. John ; N.I 1) . Solomon , Omaha , Neb. , g
s , Kd. Hosewatcr ; J. C. Elliott , Omaha , Neb. ,
g g , Oliver E.
T\\O-MM ! ot.ns TKOTTIXOxn i u'iNO.
N. 1. D. bolomon , Omaha , Neb , b c , Winslow -
slow Wilkcs , P. McEvoy , Elkhorn , Neb. , b
in , Dinah ; Ed. II. BurrettDunlup , Iowa , blk
s , Young Hanger.
The secretary has several entries received
by wire , which are informal , und not in
cluded in the above list.
Omaha addition lots.
BlCNMX & SlIKPJIKUD.
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridpo
to parties who will build at once. Ad
dress or call on ,7. K. llico , No. 110Main
street. Council Bluffs.
I wish to buy several lots to build on
at once. C. B. Judd , COO Broadway.
The finish on our collars , cults and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Avo. B lots at $400. small payment
down , balance on long time at low' rate
of interest. Odell Bros. < So Co.
The Creed of tlio IlelU.
The following announcements arc made of
the religious services to bo held to-day : .
Berean Baptist Church Preaching at the
residence of James Kismith , 1TJ8 Second
avenue. Sunday school nt 12 m. at First
nvenutj school house on Fifteenth street.
Prayer meeting ut pastor's residence , 721
Wll'ow ' uvenun.
Presbyterian Preaching both morning
and evening by the pastor. In the morning
the newly elected elders will bo ordained ,
and the theme suited to the occasion will be.
What is PresbyterianisuU Sabbath school
at 12 o'clock. Strangers ana others cordially
Saint Paul's Church Services to-day at
H a. m. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school , 12:15. :
Young Men's bible class , 12:15. : Evening
sermon , "Tho Omaha and Council Bluffs
brldgo opening , and the advantages to be de
rived therefrom. "
Broadway Methodist Services at 10:30 : n.
m. and 7:30 : p. in. Preaching by the pastor ,
D. C. Franklin.
Y. M. C. A. Young men's consecration
meeting nt the association parlors , corner
Broadway and Alain streets , Sunday morn
ing at 'J:30 o-'clock. All young men are in-
viteO. Special song and special service for
young men at 4 p. m.
Preaching In the First Baptist church by
the pastor on Sunday at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 :
p. m. Sunday school at 12:1)0 : ) o'clock.
Young people's meeting ut 0:30 : p. m.
All Saints' chapel , corner Eighteenth
sticet and Third avenue Service and ser
mon ut 10:30 : n. m and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday
school 3:00 : p. m. All persons Interested In
mission work are earnestly urged to attend.
r Congregational Servics morning and even
ing ; preaching by the pastor. Morning sub
ject , "Stones from the Jordan ; " evening ,
"Temtation. " A cordial invitation is ex
Dr. C. C. Hnxon , dentist , opera house
Morehouso & Co. , blank book manu
Sonjjs of the Sanctuary.
The following selections will bo presented
at the Congregational church this morning in
connection with the musical part of the
Mr. Do Normandio.
Duct "Holy Father Guide Thy Chil
Mrs. Wadsworth and Mrs. Evans.
Hcsponse "HearUs , Oh Father".Knight
Solo "Better Land" Cowcn
Mrs. J. G. Wadsworth.
Antnem "Ho Shall Como Down Like
First avenue lots for t-alo at a bargain.
Odoll Bros. & Co
The Ladles' Musical Soelcty.
All ladles desiring to join the Ladies'
Musical society of Omaha and Council
Bluffs can procure membership tickets of
Mrs. T. M. Troynor , Wednesday afternoon ,
October 31 , at ( W8 First avenue. These
tickets admit members to the piano recital
given by Adclo Ans Dor Oho before the
society next Friday afternoon ut Max
Meyer's hall , Omaha.
Wo have no competitors in finishing
collars , culls and shirts. Cascade Laun
dry Co. _
The Contract Awarded.
The contract for the removal of the Pacific
house has been awarded to Lars Jensen , and
the work will begin to-morrow. Within
thirty days active building of the Eiseman
block will bo In operation. The completed
plans show a four-story block , whoso exter
nal adornments und Internal arrangement
and elegance is not surpassed by any block in
Boots , shoos. Kinuuhau'd , 32G B'way.
For the Votnrans.
The G. A. H. hall will bo open on Tuesday
for the reception and entertainment of all
veterans who visit Council Bluffs on that
Buy a lot on Broadway and realize 60
per cent a month on your investment.
Odoll Bros. & Co.
Twenty I'eoplo Were Injured.
, Oct. 07. Twenty persons wcro se
verely injury during the row at the Bou-
langlst meeting in Sal In Wugram lust night.
The Boulanelst newspapers charge the IK > -
lice , with bringing auout the disturbance.
A New Servian Constitution ,
BCLOIUDE , Oct. 27. It Is crucially stated
that a special commission , to bo composed of
seventy persons and to include representa
tives of all parties , will bo appointed to
frame a new constitution.
K IS KM/EX * CO'S
People's Store , "IH anil H20
llroadway , LSIitftV , lown.
Cloultp , wraps
In this line of gobfs wo refer you to
anyone In the western country. Who
ever visits our cloak department cannot
help but say that thu , cloak department
of the People's Stofo tntrpnbses any
thing in HS-/.Q of roomjand stock west of
Chicago. Hero you will' find thousands
ol garments made ii | > iu every leading
and desirable style , at popular prices.
No house in the "west can compote
with our cloak stoclf. ] Everyone who
visits this department gets hUited and
leaves a friend of mini hoiibc. This
season our stock is lai'ger ' than ever before -
fore , and our prices far below any over
Wo can sell you a good stylish Xew-
inarket , made of gooil cloth "and richly
trimmed for 1 , * ! , fo , > , f8 , $10 to * lt ) .
Good plush cloaks and wraps from $12
to * 1U.
Of all kinds and grades from $ o to $50.
Mibs-cs' and children's cloaks in 1m-
muiibo variety and at prices to biiit cv-
Wo also carry a largo stock of ready
made dresses in silks , plushe ? and
worsted material both for ladies , niisbcs
and children at prices way below any
ever ollercd by any house 'in the trade.
In conclusion let us hay to MMI. come
and see us , try our goods , learn our
prices , and wo will convince you that
\\oeanwivo you good money on your
pm chase. Wo respectfully refer
you to thousands of our customers
right In your own locality who will tes
tify that the GKUAl1 PEOPLES'
STORE is the only money having btoro
in this part of the country. Customers
coming from a distance will oblige us
by mentioning the distance they cninc ,
and are requested to make our stoiu
their headquarters while in the city.
Always remember the place.
HINKY : KISEMAN & co. ,
Peoples' Store , HI I , 1(1 ( , HIS and ! ! : > ( )
Broadway , Council Bluffs , la.
GEO. H. MESCHENDORF
Will sell for cash , meat at the following prices :
HOIL iur : 4c I'ORTi'.RIIOI'Si : . . 100
CORN uncr .4c I'OIUCCIIOI' . . lie
SllorLDKIt IIOAbTi.o 1'OltK ROAbT. .
Hill HOASI' . . . .dc HAMS rj'.c
ROl'NI ) STKAK . PC I1AC.IN U'c
SIRLOINSIT.AK. Hlc LARD lie
VIJAL AND Ml'TTON STIIWS . 4c
VKAL AND .Mt'Tl'ON ' ROASTS Ho
SAUSAOI'.OK ALL KINDS. .fc
And all other Meats in the same
XO , : J27 mVAY. TEL. XO. 1 I.
HOT WATER HEATING
I IRON and
JOHN' ttlliHEIlT ,
No. filil Mnln 8tra t ,
Council ItluffM , la.
Corresoondents Mention This 1'npcr.
TREE OF LIFE
A positive euro for Liver and Kidney troub
les , all Blood Diseases , Indigestion , Dyspep
sia , and Sour Stomach , is found in
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE
For sale by local druggists mid drupgists
everywhere. 1'rico f 1 per bottle , six for $ o.
Address all communications to
UK. J. It.
FOR SALE !
A Complete Slock of
COOK and HEATING STOVES
Lower than the lowest goods sold on easy pay-
muiitsat Cash I'lken.
1'or tlienccomodatlon of WorVlnirmrn , 1 will
keep open Sunday frmuP a. m , to I p. in.
1'orSetoml llnml Hoods In good order I will
pny full value , bpcclal Inducement to Oimilm
A. J. MANDEL ,
NUN. ! I23 niul : iar ilroiKixvny.
I SHALL OFFER
150 < cliO fvit of truckage on 1'srst avenue In llrj-
ant \ Ctnik'siiim. the tinist truck-
IIRO In the tttv.
Alxo Choice Residence Lots In
BRYANT & CLARK'S ' ADDITION ,
. STllKKT'S ADDITION.
1'lfty Lots In Highland I'lnco.
feocutieti l.nts in Central ub.
Twenty Acieo on Ninth .A\cmie.
W. O. STACY ,
NO. I ) MAIN .ST.
SI'IIflAIadvertisements snchns Lost , round.
To Loan. I'or H.ilc , To Itent , Wants , Hoard
ing , etc. , will bo Inserted In tills column nt the
low late of TII.V CUNTS 1'KU LINT for the tlm
Inseitlon and l'i\e Cents 1'cr I.lnu for e.u-h sub-
secUint | insertion. Leave advertisements at
ourofflce. No.i I'earl Street , near llioailwny ,
Council Illutrs Iowa.
WAN'THI ) Tolmv-.eveial lots for rash to
build on. .Address or call on C. II. Judd ,
OK ! Hnmilwny.
LOST A peed runurd will lie paid for the ie-
tivory of poikvtboiik rnmnlnlni ; JIin
money , together with pap-rs. Hetuin to Will
iam \ esey , near Do ns\llle , or lloiuco i\erett. :
FOR SALK Lease and fnrnltme ot tiott-1
la Omaha. ( Jood reason for soiling. Will
Bell on pa ) taunts or trade for live stock. Ad
dress IsJi N. 1C til St. , Omalm. * M
Foil Itr.NT MOIIBO corner M and Vorhees St.
liuiulluat TUG 3d st.
Vt/ANTKU City cam sssers. Cull ut White
TT i-owlng maUiIno oltlcc. DOi Hroadwny ,
C1OII HUNT A furnished room , suitable for
Jtw o gentlemen , ground lloor , > rj centrally
located. Applicant must gho refetencc. Ad
dress T. 16 , lleo Otllco.
WANTKt ) Mnttresi makers nt C. A. lleebo
TPE for milo in car load lots. Mnlhollaml 4 Co.
FOR HUNT Furnished front loom , for gen
tlemen. EH N he end street
TjUlt KHN'T Sexen-ionin rnttaite. on the cor-
* - nerof.Jd a\e. and nth t.V. . C. James.
FOR HUNT A lar o number of good dwell
ings Call and nx imlnu list. K. II. Shenfo
\ Co , liroadway and Main St. . up stalls.
HOCSIIS for rent. Johnston iV Van fatten
3.1 1 Mnl M.
FOR SALK House of 5 rooms and two lots on
Nth n\enue noitli of the trimmer. Will take
fl.WO for thlH , one-half cash.
FOR SALE-A tine corner in I'lerco's addition
Just north of the transfer , on 7th a\'enne
and lMh ht , ( JtxlSU ft. , WU.
FOR BALK-Houne and lot north of U. p.
tiunsfer cheap nt fcOOj } ' 0l ) cash and U per
17UR ) PALIS Lot 44M2) on 1st a\c , near N. W.
-I ? H. H. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at W .
FOR SALK-1H aeieson both sides of U. P. R.
It. track , ' , mile west of union depot ; would
make n line addition to Council IllutrsorOmaha.
Only t W per acre.
FOR BALK An elegant fi-room cottage with
lot 6'l\l",0 ' , on Harrison ht ; tills property is
worth from W.UO I to $ .l.riUJ , but if "old soon will
tell forJJ.W ) ) ; good terms.
FOR HUNT A tine new el ht-room house at
No. II1H 4th avenue ; bath lex mi , closets and
all modern improvements ; nke largo pleasant
yard. This place. Is only : i blocks fiom dummy
FOR RKNT-Nico 4-room cottage on fcth ave.
and luth Bt.ouly ill per mouth.
rpo LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
- Ifurnitme , piimos , Je\\tliy , etc. ; see me be
fore boi rowing eKew hei o.
FORREST SMITH ,
Koom 4 , Drd Floor , Brown Building.
NO. 29 MAIN STREET.
Latest Xou'llics In
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
lUnnnracturrra anil Wliolo nl' ? Do lers n
OrUorfl 1'roinptly Filled anil Delivered.
NO. 035 BIIOAI > WAV. - TEIEI HO.VK XO.
F. J. BREZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently locnted nt No. H North fith St. , opposite Poitofllco , on Motor
Line , Council 13lulls , lowii.
If you have spceim ns'ilon't ' wait for privet ) . Send them to him before they
spoil. If you tlont wunt them after they are mounted , ho will pay you the
highest market prtyo ( jor them. Will inuko a specialty of headb during winter
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CMLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 2GO
DR. C. B. JUDD ,
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
WANTED t-OCAL AM > TKAVELISG ACJfcXTS O.V
The "WHITE" Is King.
This is the verdict of nil ladiea who have used the Wliito Sowing Machine.
Son it bofoi-o buyinu any other.
OFFICE , 305 Middle Brondwuy. J , M , BROWN ,
BUY A HOME
Nice new five room cottages with closets etc.
finished in hard wood and oil , only 5 minutes
walk from Omaha across the new Bridge and
located immediately on new electric car line.
And easy terms will secure you a comfortable
and convenient home.
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
.A. . H.
H.P. . O. I1OX 48H , OMAHA , NEB.
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN WESTERN IOWA ,
Our Stock is Larger Than Ever Be
fore. We can give Lower Prices
than ever before.
Our stock is more complete than
ever before. You can get better
bargains than ever before.
- X4O1 . -X
KNOCK OUT !
IS WHAT OUR PRICES ARE.
WE HAVE NO COMPETITION FOR WE ARE
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST !
OF ALL KINDS.
OF ALL KINDS.
COME EARLY FOR A CHOICE OF OUR IM
Council Bluffs Carpet CoNe
No 405 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
THE TIME IS
$10,75 $ SHORT ORDER (10.75
Frame and Easel , Now of
W. W. Chapman
$10.75 $ $10.75 $
. Nos. 105-107 Main .
St. , Council Bluffs.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
oi'Nni. Br.urrfl P. C. . Do Vol's ' Stow -OFFICES- ) , . No. . 1 OMAHA ( Carpenter . Paper Co. , No. 1114
M4 Middle Hroadwuy. Telephone No. 87. | Douglas Street. Telephone No. 3 ! 0.
TUKSUAV I SATI'llUAY
AT I i ) P.M. I AT ! 1 P. Al.
AND I * . M. I ANII 8 P. M.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block.
s. JWA K.V.\I : .
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal t3
TlieKdlion Mlraooernpli , the belt appiuatiu fur
munKoMlnir , nutoKrapblc oil t ) | > o wrllln. work.
H.IXK ) coplu > tan be Iftkcn.
The Ezcolslor Cc. , Council Bluffs , Is.
S , STEWART , M , D , , D , V , M ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOVBTH STESET.
Telephone No. ii)5.
COUNCIL. . ULUFFH , ? < IOWA
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
15J4 Oouulaii St. , Omaha , Neb.
ROCK SPRINGS , CANON CITY , i
And All Fine Grades of Coal.
COUNCIL BLUFFS LUMBER CO ,
TILKPHOM : NO. asr.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Council Uluffs , Jo a. KatatUrt *
UH ' .
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