Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 30, 1888, Part I, Page 6, Image 6

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    rTHE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , OCTOBER 30. 188a-SIXTEEN PAGES.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNOIL LUFFS.
NO iu P
JJelhercrtby rarrlor In Any Part of the City a
Twenty Cents l'er\\e k.
II. W. Tlt.TON , . MANAOEil.
TKLUI'HONKS :
llrpiNF.Hs Orricr. No. 4.1.
NICIIIT KIMTOII , No. XI.
MINOR MBXTIUX.
N. Y. Pluiiibtng company.
Only $10.76 nt C'linpniiui's nrt store.
Sec programme of tlio day oil the
Bcvonth page.
Kleptint ovorcoutlnps tit A. Roller's ,
merchant tailor , til' ! Hroailwny.
Tlio cltv council i not planning on
any meeting until after election.
Best hard and soft coal and Missouri
wood. K. E. Miiyno , ( ill ) Broadway ,
Members of the club should not for
get to take their friends to the rooms
to-day.
The banks of the city will close to
day at 1 o'clock , on account of the
bridge opening.
The Orand Army hall will bo open to
day and all veterans will llnd a hearty
welcome there.
The democratic meeting for the or
ganization of a Fourth ward club has
been postponed until Thurbdny even
ing.A .
A centrally located , finely furnished
room to rent to one or two gentlemen.
Must furnish references. Address T. 10 ,
UIK : otlico.
It is estimated tlmt.'i/iOO teams crossed
the now bridge on Sunday. Kven at 10
cents toll , and/i / cents for foot passen
gers , the receipts must have been pretty
' faro. "
The street car mules look discouraged
yesterday as they blood on Pearl street
watching the electric motor lly along
Broadway. The day of mules is about
pasl.The
The ladies of the Women's Christian
association servo a o-cont dinner in the
J'acilie lioiibo to-day. Lunches also
borved. The proceed are for the hos
pital.
The attendance at the coining races
will doubtless bo larger than at any
previous meeting , as Omaha can easily
Hcnd over a few thousand who enjoy
bceing fast llyers.
All railway freight ofllces in the city
will bo closed to-day after Il2 : . ' ! ( ) o'clock
for everything except pcrish.iblo
freight. This will give railway em
ployees an opportunity to witness or
juirlicipalo in the grand parade.
A largo number of Omaha visilors
came over the now bridge yesterday
witli teams. It seemed as if nearly
everyone came over Sunday , but it
seems that there were many left , who
improved the opportunity yesterday.
All business houses are requested to
close at 1SJ o'clock to-day and remain
elobtid during Hie time the parade and
addresses are taking place in the city.
Omaha business houses have agreed to
close , and it is hoped that these in the
Blurts will do likewise.
Carriages for today's celebration have
been assigned as follows : Press , two ;
speakers , two ; commitleo , three ; gov
ernor , one ; mayor , one ; federal ollicers ,
one ; bridge engineer and contractors ,
one ; oity council , two ; bonrd of super
visors and county ollleials , three.
All Sir Knights of Ivanhoo connnnn-
dory are requested to report at Masonic
temple at lli o'clock sharp to-day , armed
and equipped in full uniform , to act as
escort to the governor. IIr&o ) cover
ings may bo secured at Duquette's
filoro.
The Third ward democratic club hold
a mooting in Lucy's hall on South Main
street last evening to which the First
ward club was invited. McFadden's
martial band furnished music. The
speaker of the evening was C5. F. Bol-
ton , Esq. , who has just established a law
ofllce in this city.
All visiting military companies who
compote for the cash prizes will bo
judged by their appearance on the line
of march. The local companies will
not participate , as their prize drill oc
curs this evening at 7:30 : o'clock on Cap
itol avenue , Omaha.
.Yesterday's police viclims were ar-
rcsled as follows : James Daily , $7.60 ;
Robert Pope , $8.10 ; Harry Hilbert ,
e8.10 ; John Smith , $8.10 ; James Hamil
ton $8,10 : John Woidmancharged with
assault and batlery , paid costs amount
ing to $4.UO and was released.
The Chicago & Rock Island has a
special train this morning which leaves
Atlantic at 7 o'clock for Council Bluffs.
Returning it will leave Council BlulTs
at 10:30 : p. in. , so that the excursionists
will bo able to spend the entire day
lioro.
DLittlo business was transacted in the
district court yeslorday. The wills of
A. J. Bump and J. II. Burroughs were
admitted to probate. Court them ad
journed until this morning , when Judge
Loofbourow will bo present and make
an assignment for Wednesday morning
at 0 o'clock.
Next Thursday night there will boa
choice concert at the Congregational
church under the auspices of the mu
sical commitleo and under the direction
of Mrs. Wadsworth and Mrs. Skolton.
An attractive programme is prepared ,
and with the reputation which these
ladies have there ought to bo a crowded
° llOUbO.
J. W. Paul , of Omaha , claims the first
pedestrian record on or near Broadway
bridge , On Oclobor Oth ho crossed the
now bridge on foot , making the trip
from the pumping works to his ofllco ,
No. HiO'.t ' Fimimu street , in twenty-six
minutes. The following Monday Mr.
Kvans and Mr. Wright crossed the
bridge.
See W. C. Stacy's ad.
Programme of the day's proceedings
on page 7.
< ,
Mrs. ti. Simmons , dressmaker , 314 Hroad
way , over KIsoiimn's , on olcotrlu motor lluo.
Special advantages to Onmtm ladies.
Monov loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , hoi > es , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , otllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Illinois and Iow best soft coal , Gloa-
eon , 20 Pearl street.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
Boo Forrest Smith's special column.
We do not intern ! to Indorse any except arti
cles of merit , but we take pleasure In referring
to the " ( luiluml Stoves und ItixiiKes , uhoso
superiority h too well established to bo called
in question. They urn believed to bo unequaled
l > y any in the world. Hold exclusively by 1 > . C.
De Vol.
Odoll Bros. & Co. loan money on real
estate.
Rook Spring coal , Gleuson , 20 Pearl
street.
Fresh California canned goods at Tib-
bitt's , 315 Broad way i
A $55 double breech loading shot gun
for > 5. For sale by George II. Bennett , .
Y. M. Oi A. , corner Broadway and
Maine Sts.
BLEST BE THE TIES THAT BIND
The Elootrlo Motor Makes Bpcody
Trips Botwoou the Two Cities.
APPRECIATING MANAGER EVANS.
Ho IB Prcfiontcd with nn Klccant
IVntcli Tlio Union Pacific Cuts
Its Dummy Hates In Two
Queer Accident.
Tlio Motors Started.
The electric motor line was put in
successful operation yehlorday. Cars
were run on Lower Broadway in Iho
forenoon , and in Iho aflernoon several
trips were made through to Iho Metho
dist church on Upper Broadway. The
cars attracted a L'rent deal of attention ,
and it was quite amusing to sec Iho de
gree of enthusiasm manifested by spce-
lators as the motors made their initial
trip. Everybody who was indoors
flocked lo Iho windows and doors , and
tainted the passengers with a general
waving of handkerchiefs. On the streets
the men hurrahed until they were
hoarse. Several old residents testi
fied their approval by jumping up
and down after the manner of the
average small boy who sees some
thing to oxcile his unbounded delight.
Everything run as smoothly ns could bo
expected , and there were no accidents
to detract from the day's success.
In the afternoon themayor , city coun
cil , members of the board of supervisors ,
and Messrs. Evans , Wright and Slew-
arl , of the bridge company took car
riages and were driven to the bridge ,
where the structure was inspected by
Ihe mayor before accepting the work
and paying the bonus voted by the city.
Keturning homo , the carriages were
dismissed and the party boarded the
electric motorcars for the eity. General
Manager Evans handled the levers on
the trip , and although it was
his lir t experience in that
capacity , ho made excellent time , and
handled his train like a veteran. The
cars were under complete control , and
quickly responded lo the least motion of
Iho levers. The trip from the west end
of the bridge to the corner of Main and
Broadway , a distance of nearly four
miles , was made in sixteen minutes and
four bccomls. One mile on the lower
part of avenue A was run in three min
utes and forty seconds. The load was
quite a heavy one for fast time , consist
ing of three cars and thirty-eight pa- > -
fccngcrs. The full force of the current
was not turned , but the
motor cars climbed the approach
preach lo Iho bridcc , which is Ihe
heaviest grade on the line , with perfect
ease. Passing through tlio center of
the cily Iho cars were loaded as full as
possible , all standing room being taken ,
but Iho olTect was not noticeable in
tarting or controlling the cars.
Several minor details yet remain to
be attended to before Iho work can bo
said lo be completed. It is hoped by
to-day to have the whole line in perfect
working order , and regular trains run
ning through the day and evening.
Yesterday the current was turned on
only ono track , and on that the cross
wires were not connected , allowing a
real deal of the current to escape. It
will require some time to get
the machinery all smoothed up , and
the track well ballasted and as this can
not all bo done in a day , the public will
make allowances accordingly. No reg
ular running schedule or time card has
yet boon adopted , but a ton minute ser
vice will bo maintained as nearly as
possible with the cars now on hand.
It was generally feared that the motor
cars would frighten horses , but the re
sult yesterday showed that the fears
were almost groundless. Very few
liorses manifested any concern about
them , and after seeing them once or
twice paid no more attention lo them
than to ordinary streetcars. Ono runa
way resulted on Lower Broadway , but it
was caused by the negligence of a
farmer who loft his loam standing on
the street without hilching. The ani
mals ran but a few feet , when they col
lided with a telegraph pole and were
stopped. The only damage was a
broken harness. If the motor line has a
tendency to make people hitch their
hor&cs when loft on the street , it will bo
greallv appreciated by the traveling
public.
Best bargains in real estalo. Odcll
Bros. & Co.
Mrs. II. E. Scalcy will , on and after
the 1st of November , take possession of
her house , No. 208 Fourth street. Those
who wish table board or desirable fur
nished rooms should apply at once.
, T. G. Tipton has bargains in real es-
lalc.
Ilrmlley's Carver.
At a hearing before Judge Aylesworth
yesterday the accusation against M. F.
Lewis of assaulting James Bradley with
intent to kill was withdrawn and the
defendant discharged. It was evidently
it case of mistaken identity. Bradley
staled lhat Lewis was not his assailant ,
and that ho identified him while much
excited , when the doctors were dressing
his wounds and on hearing others say
that it was the man. J. B. Garrolt was
arrested and identified by Bradley
as his as&ailant. Garrett pleaded
not guilty and was put under
81,000 bonds , which were furnished by
William Card , a farmer in James town
ship , for whom Gnrrett is working. The
facts tfiat led lo Garretl's arrest are as
follows : The olllcors detailed to work
up the case found a bat on the spot
where the stabbing nlTrny took place ,
and inside was Iho name of W. l < \ Gnrd.
This young man lives in James lown-
bbip , and Constable Hiekotls was sent
out lo arrest him. Ho acknowledged
that the hat was formerly his , but
staled Hint ho had traded it lo Garrett.
Both were arrested and brought to this
city. Gard was released on bail fur
nished by his father.
Garrolt denied all knowledge of Iho
alTair , and young Gard stated that ho
know tnat Uarrott was not in the city
on the night of the rally. When closely
questioned by a Bui : representative ,
Garrett admitted lhat ho was in the
city Thursday evening , and were the
hat , but that it hurt his head , and ho
traded it lo u stranger. The hat was
undoubtedly on hand at the slabbing ,
but whether in company with Garrett
or Ihis "stranger , " remains lo be de-
lorniined. A. few are of the belief that
ho would do anything when excited ,
and lhat lie is Iho guilty partv. Ho is
positively idenlilled by Bradley , and
Jiis case looks decidedly "rocky. " Gard
is held as a witness , although ho claims
at present to know nothing in regard to
Iho case.
Programme of Iho day's proceedings
on page 7.
Boole , shoes. Kinnehan's , 32u B'way.
A Dcflttlnu TCatlniouml.
In the securing of the now Broadway
bridge and the electric motor 'line no
one man'merits so much' credit as T. J.
rvnns. * This is conceded by all. While
Ills follow clll/cns are now rejoicing so
enthusiastically ovcr the cpmplelion of
Lhcso two great enterprises , lew beyond
Ills intlmato associates know what burdens -
dons ho has carried , and what obstacles
lie has overcome , Some of Ihe more
public circumstances arc familiar lo all ,
but the many others naturally attend
ant upon an enterprise of Ibis magni
tude , are known bul lo himself and as-
fcociales. Upon him has fallen the
brunt most of the lime. lie slaked
liis all on Ihe success of
Iho enterprise , and devoted his
strength and time , to almo t the
sacrifice of health and other interests.
While arranging the preliminaries there
was much opposition , even from these
who now begin to realize the bcncfils
resulting' ' .
While there can be no full apprecia
tion of what Mr. Evans has passed
through , still there is Midicient to con
cede to him the honor ot having accom
plished great things for Council BlulTs.
Last evening an attempt was made lo
give some expression lo this feeling.
A number of cili/.ens quietly planned a
surprise for him. They met at the of
fice of Sapp & Pusey , and proceeded to
Mr. Evans' residence on Oakland ave
nue. The purpose of this visitation waste
to present him with an elegant gold
watch. Aside from the intrinsic value ,
which was great , it was made still more
so to Mr. Evans by being inscribed very
appropriately. There was engraved
upon one of the cases a perfect picture
of the new bridge.
Colonel W.F. Sapp made Ihe prcsenla-
lion speech , lo which Mr. Evans re
sponded as besl he could under such
circumstances. The committee having
the presentation in charge were Lucius
Wells , W. F. Sapp , J J. Steadman , and
George Bebbinpton.
The recipient responded in a few
well chosen words winch were well te-
ceivcd by the friends present. Ho was
: ilso presented by a few friends with a
liouvy gold headed cane , inscribed W.
3. Choice refreshments prepared by
Mrs. T. J. Evans and Mrs. F. II. Evans ,
\vofo served. During Ihe evening de
lightful music was rendered , and Iho
occasion was a most happy one.
odd per
E. H. Shenfo loans money on chaltel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Olllco 'oK ( ) Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Leans made on city business and rcsi-
lence properly. Noles bought. Kitn-
ball-Champ Investment company.
The streets in Burkc's nddilion are
all graded.
Remember , this is Ihe Insl day of the
world's greatest illusion , "Galafhca , " ' at
old Pacific House.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan otlice , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
dential.
llcdiicinii Kates.
Yeslcrday Ihe Union Pacific cut its
rate down to3 cents for the round trip ,
: o Omaha and return , Iho former faro
being 45 cents , or 25 cents each way.
The cut rate will be kept to-day , and
.ifter the motor line is regularly slarled
the fare will bo made the same as on the
motor line ten cents each way.
The bridge tolls for carria'gcs , etc. ,
will bo the same as on the Broadway
bridge. It is understood that this is in
accordance with an agreement between
the two companies , as staled in yester
day's BKK.
There lias been some wondering as to
whether there will be a war of rates.
Those who claim that the Union Pacific
Is interested in Ihe Broadway bridge ,
point to the uniform rates as proof of
their asscrlions. Others , who are
equally confident that the two companies
uro distinct , and arc rivals , are looking
for a cutting of rates between them.
For bargains ji real cslate in any
part of the city see F , J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
E. II. Shcafe & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suil , at lowest rate of interest. Ollice
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
Burke's addilionsec , Burke , 115 Pearl
St.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
Programme of Ihe day's proceedings
on page 7.
7.A
A Singular Accident.
Miss Spcra , who is a clerk in Dr.
Montgomery's ollico , met with a queer
mishap the other day. A cocklcbur
became attached to her glove , and she
thotighllcssly put her hand up to her
mouth and pulled oil the bur. At the
same time she broke inlo a laugh at
some remark made by another in the
party , and accidentally swallowed the
bur. It became lodged in her tliroat
and her distress was terrible. Physi
cians were summoned lo her relief , but
it was some time before her sufferings
could bo relieved.
Saint Itcrnard Place.
I have a number of fine lols for sale
in the above nddilion , located only two
blocks away from the htrcet cars on
Broadway. These lots are 50.x2o ( ) feet ,
'
and are' choice residence property.
They are high and dry and present a
commanding view , For full informa
tion regarding prices and terms apply
lo J. G. Tipton , sole agent , 527 Broad
way.
Programme of the day's proceedings
on page 7.
The choicest residence properly is
Burkc's addition.
Guns and ammunition at Odcll &
Bryant's hardware und stove house ,
The G. A. R. ball will bo open to-day
for the entertainment of the veterans
who may visit the city.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , culTs and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company.
Personal Paragraphs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Strong , of Orange
City , are visiting Finloy Burke and fam
ily for a few days.
William Sacklor left last evening for
Washlnglon territory. His family will
remain here for the present.
Mrs. * Dr. Judd has returned homo
from an extended visit with relatives in
Illinois , Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Mr. George W. Hewitt , the most prom
inent attorney in Sioux county , Iowa , is
hero to take in the bridge opening.
S. E. Caldwcll , formerly with the
Bankrupt Shoo company , o'f this city ,
but now at Atlantic , la. , is in the city
to witness the wedding.
Miss Maud 'Robinson left Sunday
evening for her homo in Avoeu , [ after a
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
4 - PIIOP1UKTOI18 OK -
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
, J „ - lOFFICESI -
Cotixni. BM-FFS P. Q. Do Vol's Store , No. I OMAHA Carpenter Puncr Co. , No. 1114
504 Middle Broadway. "Tolophono No , 87. | Douglas Street. Telephone No. StXl.
short visit with -Verl friend , Miss
Blanche Arkwright , ' on First avenue.
Robert C. Glvins7 bf" Chicago , who
takes charge of Kvan'a big wile tomorrow
row , arrived ycsterdily , and was among
the passengers on the first motor trip.
Congressman Kane , of Utah , left this
city for home Sunday evening , accom
panied by hlb duughtor , who lias spent
the past two months in this city as the
guest of Mrs. H. J. Pace , on Mynster
street.
Hcv. Father Ilcaly , formerly assistant
to Rev. Father McMenomy at St. Fran
cis Xavior's church , ib in the city for a
brief visit und to got his mother , who
will return with him to-morrow to his
new field in Kansas. Father Hcaly can
bo found bv his old friends at Father
McMenomy's , or at Mr. Fit/.gcrald's ,
No. 220 Tenth avenue. His new field in
Kansas is an extended one , reaching
about two hundred miles and embracing
seven counties. Ho has started the
building of a bride church at Mead
Center. Citixcns without regard to
creed arc helping the enterprise gener
ously. In the spring ho will start build
ing a stone church in Coolidgo. He
llnds plenty to do in this extended mis
sion field , but is cordially received , and
enjoys his work grcatly.'llis old friends
here gladly welcome him , though his
stay is too short to satisfy thein
J. Y. Fuller , " > ! ) Pearl street , open un
til 11 a. m. , October ! iO. Full stock of
hams , bacon , dried beef and lard.
Programme of the day's proceedings
on page 7.
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The finish on our collars , cuffs and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Laundry Co.
See Benson fc Shepherd for Broadway
lots.
Work was started Saturday on a
81.000 cottage in Burke's addition. This
is the most select property in that part
of the city. _
Ave. B lots at $400 , small payment
down , balance on long time at low rate
of interest. Odcll Bros. & Co.
Dr. C. C. Ilay.cn , dentist , opera house
block.
Twin City lots , Benson & Shepherd.
First avenue lots for sale nt a bargain.
Odell Bros. & Co .
Buy a lot on Broadway and reati'/o 50
per cent a month on your investment.
Odell Bros. & Co.
Programme of thcday's , proceedings
on page 7.
For traclcago lots go to Benson &
Shepherd.
Proolniuntlun.
In view of the ceremonies attendant
upon the Omaha and Council Bluffs
bridge to-day , it is hordwith requested
of merchants , manufactories , banks and
all other business houses that they bo
closed from 12 o'clock to 5 o'clock this
afternoon , that all may have the oppor
tunity of celebrating the day that unites
Omaha and Council BlulTs as one city.
M. F. Roinini : , Mayor.
First avenue lots , Benson & Shep
herd.
The School Ronrd.
The school board held a special meet
ing last evening for the purpose of ex
amining bids for furnishing the new
school building. The Now York Plumb
ing company was awarded the contract
for doing the plumbing , and a contract
feigned. The contract for furnishing the
steam heating apparatus , previously
awarded to J. C. Bixby , was referred to
Mr. Bixby and the superintendent for
revision. Several minor bills were al
lowed.
PJainview lots , Benson & Shepherd.
Hon. James W. Haworth and wife , of
Decatur , 111. , are guests of Harry
Haworth , of this eity. They are just re
turning from an extended trip through
California , Oregon and the west , and
stopped off here to see the bridge cele
bration. Mr. Haworth is a heavy capi
talist , and the head of the linn of Ha
worth & Sons , known to fame as the
manufacturers of checkrowers and corn
planters. He is much pleased with the
appearance of tlio city , and says the
people here show enterprise.
Omaha addition lots at a bargain.
Benson & Shepherd.
HOT WATER HEATING
WIND
MILLS ,
. IRON and
WOODPUMPS
PUMPS ,
_
PIPEand
and
FITTINGS ,
JOHN' ( HLUEKT ,
No. 521 Main Strnet.
Council muffr , la .
Correspondents Mention This 1'aper.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
MILLINERY
1514 DouRlati St. , Omaha , Nob.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
PRICE $15.
Is equal t )
any High
Priced
Machine.
TIuiIMInon > llmeo rapti , the be t Hiipnratiu tor
nunlfolcJIiu , autogmpbln anil type writlnu work.
hOUI rop'.rt ran te luteo.
' The Ezctlsior Ce. , Council Bluffs , I * .
I SHALL OFFER
THIS MORNING
liiOxl'O fret of trarVncpon I'srst nvcnuo In llry.
nnt * Clink's mlil. the finest track-
HRU In the cltv.
Also Choice Itfgldrncu I < ols In
BRYANT & CLARK'S ' ADDITION ,
HTKKKT'H AIHUTION.
rifty I.otH in Highland 1'lnce.
Seventeen Lots in Central Sub.
Twenty Acres on Ninth Avenue.
W. C. STACY ,
NO. O MAIN NT.
TELHI'HONK tl)2.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE.
SITCIAfi nilvcrtlst'iijpiitsi , such a i Lost , Found ,
To Loiiii , Tor S l < ? . To Iteut , Wnnts , HoardIng -
Ing , etc. , will be Inserted In this column nt the
low rate of TiN : CKNTS PKIt LINK for tlio first
inicitlon und Kivo Cents 1'cr Line for eiicli sub-
Sfijucnt Insertion. Leave advertisements at
our office. No. 12 1'enrl Street , near Ilroadwny ,
Council Hindi Iowa.
WANTS.
FOIl HUNT A nicely furnished loom with
Inr o closet , marble liow I. etc. Suitable for
two gentlemen. No. fi27 Btli n\e.
WANTI'D TcTbuv several lots for cash to
build on. Address or call on C. II. Judd ,
C'K ) 11 road way ,
IUK [ SAijT ; Lease and furniture of hotel
in Oinalu. Coodienson for selUim. Will
sell on payments or trade for llvo Etock. Address -
dress 1KM N. Him at. , Omaha. idft
"I71OH KENT Ilnnso corner : k ! nnd Worth bt.
J ? Inquire at 'M M st.
WANTii-City : canvassers. Call at White
j-ewlnc machine olllce. Sal llroadway ,
Council Illuirs.
HKNT A furnished room , suitable for
two gentleman , ground lloor , % ery centrally
located. Applicant must b'l\e ieferenco. Ad-
dreis T. 10 , lice oltice.
WANTP.I ) Mattress makers at C. A. Ileebe
& Co's.
r for sale In car load lots. Mulholland Ic Co.
FOIl HENT Furnished front room , for gen
tlemen. SKIN. Second street.
FOH HKNT Seven-loom cottace. on the cor
ner of M ave. and nth t.V. . C. James.
T71OII HKNT A larce number of good dwell-
JL1 Ings. Call and examine list. V . H. Sheato
A Co. , Uroacluny and Main St. . up stairs.
TTOl'SKS for rent. Johnston A , Van Patten.
. ! * ! Main st.
FORREST SMITH'S
SPECIAL WANT COLUMN.
T71OR SALE House off ) rooms and two lots on
X1 t th Rvenue north of the tiansfer. Will take
tl.OU ) for this , one-half cash.
"CUMl SAI.K A lim > corner In IMcrce's addition
-1 ? just north of the transfer , on 7th avenue
and 18th * t , Wlxttu ft. , MM ) .
FOH SAI.K-IIouse and lot north of IT. P.
transfer cheap at $800 ; J-VJ cash and i > per
month.
FOH 8ATK-I.ot 41x120 on 1st ave. near N. W.
H. It. depot , on N. W. track ; cheap at WOO.
FOll SALK-18 acres on both sides of U. 1 . It.
H. track , ' /t mile west of union depot ; would
make a line addition to Council Hind's or Omaha.
Only tJW per acre.
| JHll SAI.II An elegant fi-room cottage with
X' lot D'lxInO , on llairlson ft : tills property Is
worth from IJ.OOO to W.WH. but if sold boon will
sell for * JWJ ; good terms.
TTIOH HKNT A flue new client-room house at
X1 No. 'J18 4th avenue ; bath loom , closets and
all modern lmpro\ements ; nice l.irge pleasant
yard. This place is only 'J blocks from dummy
depot.
FOH HKNT Nice 4-room cottage on 8th ave.
and 10th st. , only $11 per month.
rPO LOAN Money to loan on horses , cattle ,
-1- furniture , pianos , jewelry , etc. ; see me be
fore borrow Ing elsewhere.
FORREST SMITH ,
Room 4 , 3rd Floor , Drown LJuildinp.
GEO.H.MESCHENDORF
Will sell for cash , meat at the following prices :
iioir. imEK 4c me
OWN 1IKEK 4c POHK CHOP . ! IC
IIOUI.l > r.K UOAST.Gc I'O It K HO A ST. . Kc
Hill IIOASI' . Bo HAMS
IIOL'NII HTKAK. . . . 80 IIACtIN . U'c
SIKLOINSTKAIv. . lllc JAIU > . U'c
VKAT. AND MUTTON STKWS 4c
VKAI , ANDMl'TTON ' ItOASTS He
SAUSAUKOFALMilNUS to
And all other Meats in the same
Proportion ,
NO , 827 B'WAY. TEL. NO. 101.
FOR SALE !
A Complete Stoi-k of
COOK and HEATING STOVES
Lower than the lowest goods sold on easy pay
ments at Cash 1'rlces.
1'ortheaccomodatlcm \Vorklngmcn , I will
keepopen Sunday from S u. in , to 1 p. m.
I'orSecond Hand Hoods lit Rood order I will
pay full value , bpeclul Inducement to Omaha
Customers.
A. J. MANDEL ,
NOB. : i2t ! : and ittift Uroadu'iiy.
ROCK SPRINGS , CANON CITY ,
And AH Flue ( Jrailcs of Coal.
COUNCIL BLUFFS LUMBER CO ,
TELrKPHOMl XO. 257.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
BANKERS.
BOOBroadway Council Muffs. Iowa. KstablUhed
185T
DANCING CLASSES.
TUKSIIAY I SATIIHDAV
AT4ti : : ) > .M. AT 3P.M.
ANll H I' . M. I AND 8 P. M.
Royal Arcanum Hall , Beno Block ,
nuts. itiA HA.\i : .
D , H , McDANELD & CO , ,
Hides. Tallow. Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
Returns.
{ 20 and K3 Main Strcet.Coundl
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 'FOURTH STREET.
Tele-phono No. 205.
COUNlMLi BLUFFS , IOWA
BUY A HOME ,
Nice new five room cottages with closets etc.
finished ill hard wood and oil , only 5 minutes
walk from Omaha across the new Bridge and
located immediately on new electric car line.
A
And easy terms will secure you a comfortable
and convenient home.
ONLY A FEW LEFT.
. .
P. O. BOX 4HH , OMAHA , NKB.
A COMPLETE
KNOCK OUT !
IS WHAT OUR PRICES ARE.
WE HAVE NO COMPETITION FOR WE ARE
SELLING
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST !
CARPETS
OF ALL KINDS.
OF ALL KINDS.
COME EARLY FOB A CHOICE OF OUR IM
MENSE STOCK.
Council Bluffs Carpet CoNe
No 405 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
THE TIME IS
$10.75 $ SHORT ORDER { 10.79
YOUR
PORTRAIT
Frame and Easel , Now of
W. W. Chapman
$10.75 $ $10.75 $
. Nos. 105-107 Main .
St. , Council Bluffs.
THE
Especially Adapted for
SIZES FROM
ELECTRIC
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
HORSEPOWER.
POWER. Mills and Elevators ,
AUTOMATIC GUT-OFF ENGINE.
Specifications n" > 1 estimates fuvntsho.l for complete steuin plant" . Itpgiilntlnn , Duralilllty fimr- !
auteccl. Can show letters from users wliexc fuel Kcnnnmy Is equal with Corliss Noii-ComlensliiB.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. .110 Pearl Street , Council ItlulTH.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY
MAKE CALLS AND DELIVERIES PROMPTLY.
NO. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
Manuraclurrrri and \Vholmilu Do lorn 'n
Sa/uiseige of .A.11 Kincis.
OnlerH I'roinptly Fill oil and Delivered.
NO. 3r imOAIMVAY. TELKPIIOXC XO.
F. J * BREZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently loeiited nt No. 14 North ( ith St. , opposite 1'ostolllcu , on Motor
Line , Council LUulTs , Inwu.
If you have specimens don't wait for prices. Send them to liim before they
spoil. If you ( lout want thorn utter thov are mounted , ho will pay you the
hi"hcbt market price for them. Will mtike a specialty of heads during winter
DR. C. B. JUDD ,
MANUFACTURER OF
ELECTRIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC TRUSSES.
No. 6O8 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen on large commission or salary.
A.\O TKAVULJXG AGU.Vl' * C'OKiJi.SSIO.V (
The "WHITE" Is King.
This is the verdict of ull liidlob who havu need the \Vhito Sewing Machine.
See jt before b'uyititf ' > > ' other.
OFFJCW , U05 Middle Uroudwuy. J , M , BROWN ,