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    c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 35 , 188a
THE DAILY BEE ,
COUNCIlTBLUFFS.
OI-TJCU. NO 12 IMC A IIISTIlKET
Delivered l > y carrier In Anr Vart of thcCltr *
Twenty Cents I'orWcek.
UVf. TIMON . . . MANAOB1I
TKLKI'HONKS :
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NICIIIT IIIITOII. : No. 21.
MINOH MKNTIO.V.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Elcpnnt ovorconllnjrs nt A. Roller's
merchant tailor , 312 llrojidwiiy.
Ixmic Lord is hilled for Dohtuiy'a to
morrow and Saturday evenings.
Best hard and soft coal and Mlssour
wood. E. K. Maytio , 01 ! ) Broadway ,
The council held a brief meeting las
evening to consider sanitary matters.
William Jut-dint ! , freight inspector at
the transfer , IH rejoicing over the ar
rival at his home of a bouncing hab
boy.
boy.The
The public are Invited to the preach
ing service at the Hercan Haptist
houfco of worship to-night. Lr. ) Pholp ;
is the preacher.
A building permit for an $ flM ( ) cottngi
was issued to Mrs , H. 1) . Amy yesterday
morning. The new residence will b <
erected in Coehrano's addition.
The funeral of the infant daughter o
Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Parker occurred a
U o'clock yesterday afternoon from tin
family residence , 210 Fourth street.
Harmony chapter , No. U5 , O. P. S.
will hold' their regular meeting to
night. Chairmen of committees an
specially requested to bo present , in
Uiorc la business of importance.
The Gorman ladles of the city an
making arrangemunts for a grand uuad
rillo party at Masonic Temple hall 01
ThaiiKsgiving eve. The indication !
are that the alTair will be a grand
succes.s.
The Harmony mission ladies will entertain
tortain a dime social Friday evening a
the residence of Mrs. .1. Herald , ! j
Harmony sreet. Refreshments server
about ! ) : : ( ( ) o'clock. Every one invitet
to attend. Strangers always welcome
The paving on Sixth street in delayed
by the non-arrival of blocks. They wil !
bo liere to-day and work will bo re
sumed to-morrow. The foundation
gang was also stopped , as the contract
ors feared that the sun might warp the
planks if too great a lead was obtained ,
The city engineer began work yester
day on a now sewer on Franklin avenue ,
connecting with Uroadway. The sewot
is twelve inches In diameter at Its junc
tion with the Droadway main , and ex
tends up the street four blocks. The
work will bo completed in about ten
days.
Unity Guild will hold its next local
Friday evening , November li ( , ut the
residence of G. H. Jackson , 517 First
street. A cordial invitation extended
to all. The regular business meeting
of the Guild will also bo held at the
same place on Saturday afternoon at c
o'clock.
It is expected that on Monday next the
electric motor cars will begin running
regular trips , and that there will bo no
occasion for further interruption. Every
thing connected with the line is now
being put in first-class shape , and all
work will bo completed before attempt
ing to start up.
But little business of importance was
transacted at the district court yester
day. The jury will not report until this
morning at 10 o'clock , when the first
case will be called. Yesterday Horace
Everett placed $ i,4)0 ( ) worth of oitv war
rants in judgment. The day was mostly
consumed in hearing arguments on one
or two law cases.
The attention of the board of county
supervisors was taken up yesterday with
road matters. In the afternoon a repre
sentative of the Oskaloosa Bridge com
pany was present for the purpose of ef
fecting a settlement for the Indian crook
bridge over Broadway. The session will
continue the remainder of the week ,
and the boara will probably adjourn
Saturday until the December meeting.
Throe drunks wore taxed 87.00 each
in police court yesterday morning. John
Maher pleaded guilty to disturbing the
peace , and was lined $9.60. The case of
Frank Peterson for disturbing the peace ,
wna also called , and several witnesses
examined. The court decided from the
testimony introduced that the other
party waaalso to blame , and continued
thocaso-until ho could bo found and
brought into court.
Messrs. Mynstor , Limit < fc Scabrpok
are about to serve papers on the mayor
and members of tho'city council to
restrain the city from issuing any moro
warrants or bonds. The law firm re
fuses to divulge the names of their
clients in this matter , but promise some
interesting revelations. It is under
stood that the action of the council in
letting contracts to its members is at
the bottom of the trouble.
Deputy United States Marshal Wy-
laml , of Harlan , eamo in last evening in
charge of one Poppers , of Astor , charged
with violating the revenue law. Ho
was indicted at the last term of the
federal court and was arrested on a
bench warrant. Unless ho can furnish
bonds , ho will languish in the county
cylinder until next March. Marshal
Wyland says that the county is full of
"bootleggers , " and ho is kept on the
move. The budge dispensers had better
"look a locdle oud. "
A reiHH't was circulated on the street
yesterday to the ofToot that E. A. Wick-
bam , the well known paving and sewer
contractor , had boon killed by the cav
ing of a sewer in the eastern part of the
city. The report was quickly'contra -
dieted by the appearance of that gentle
man , who announced that ho was alto
gether too lively to submit to interment ,
although an undertaker visited his
homo as soon as the report was started.
Mr. Wickham fools very gore over the
defeat of Cleveland , still ho 1ms no de
sire to quit this earth on that account.
The report was entirely without founda
tion , as noacoidontof any kind occurred
that could give rlso to any such state
ment.
See W. C. Stacy's ad.
For Halo.
Improved and vacant property In all
pnrtH of the city ; 1)0x160 ) feet on Glen
uvonuo. east front , a bargain ; business
property op Broadway and Fourth
street. II. P. Officer. North Main
etroet , UoVpI'a block , Council Bluffs.
All grades hard coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Weather utrips at Chapman's art store.
Notice the beautiful llnish given col' ;
lurs , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company.
Money loaned at Jj. 13. ( 'rafts & ( Jo.'s
loan ollco'on ! furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
dential.
13. II. Shoufo it Co. maUo long or
short time loans on real estate , in uums
to suit , at lowestruto of intercut. Oflice
Broadway and Main-street , upstairs.
Loans made on city business ami resi
dence property , Notes bought. IClm-
Investment company.
AIL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS
Moro Drives and Improvements Fo :
Fail-mount Park.
THE PROHIBS AT IT AGAIN
Country Jitatlcca Issuing Warrant
the City SnloouUts The
l xprcHi MuairifXRH Chang *
IMR
Happily Mntcd.
A quiet wedding took place 7 o'clocl
last evening at the residence of Mr. W
L. Bedison , corner of Bontoti and Ilur
mony streets. The contracting parties
were Mr. Frank C. Ilondrlcks and Slltu
Salome Iledlson , both well knowi
young social people of this city. Tin
ceremony was performed by Uov. G. W
Crofts , pastor of the Congrogationa
church , and was witnessed by u lnrg <
number of invited guests. The present
were numerous and costly , and werethi
gifts of a boat of admiring friends. Mr
Jiendrii'ks is bookkeeper for the Coun
cil JJlutls Insurance company , and tin
newly wedded ones will 'continue t (
make this city their home.
Announcement.
Having embarked in the real estati
business , and being desirousof securitif
a largo and complete list , I resncctfullj
ask my friends and others who huvt
property for sale to list the same will
me. GKOUOI : MicrcAi.K , .
No. 1-1 Poarl-st.
Weilonot Intend tn Indorse nny except rirtl
clou of inurll , Imto lake plouiuru in relorrltif
to ttio " ( InrUutl Stoves iinil Hunger , whoti
superiority Is too well cstnbllslu-d to bo cnlliv
In question. They arc believed to bo UM-ciimlec
liyatirln the world. Sold exclusively by 1' . C
Do Vol.
The finish on our collars , culTs and
shirts cannot be equalled. Cascade
Laundry Co.
A New Move Atinlnst MnlomiH.
Constable IT. B. Crofts , of Oakland
arrived in the city yesterday morn in f.
and arrested Ed Sherlock , William
Probstlo and Charles Carrel for the al
leged illegal sale of intoxicating liquor
in this city. The informations wore
filed by Captain A. Overtoil , of this
city , before .Justice Walker , of Oakland
who issued warrants for their arrest ,
The arrested parties wore taken before
Squire BarneU , who fixed their bonds
at $300 each , which amounts were fur
nished , and the urisotiors were re
leased. The cases will como up for trial
before Justice Walker on the 27th inst.
at 1 o'clock. This latest departure on
the part of the prohibitionists is anal-
together new ono , and one which they
expect to prove entirely successful.
Heretofore the cases have been taken
before Justice Burnett and the defend
ants have taken a change of venue to
the court of Squire Sehur , who has in
variably discharged them. It is stited
that this obstacle will now bo over
come , as the cases will be
taken before county justices , and
there will bo no possibility of the de
fendants getting their ease before any
democratic justice in this city , as only
ono change is permissible and that to
the next nearest justice. In this way
the prohibitionists hope to bo able to
secure the enforcement of the law and
close up the saloons iu this city. The
jaw ami order league admit that it is
impossible to do anything with the
saloonkeepers with the oflicers now in
the city , and this move is taken up as a
last resort. The leaders have the great
est faith in its effect , and indulge in
the most sanguine hopes for the future.
It is als-o stated that the prohibition
ists have been "spotting" those who fre
quent saloons and will have them sub
poenaed as witnesses. It will not bo
very enjoyable for those wno take an
occassional glass to bo called out in the
country as witnesses. Business men
will bo very sly about slaking their
thirst if there is a liability to bo called
away from home and into court to
testify.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Wo have no competitors in finishing
collars , cults and shirts. Cascade Laun
dry Co.
All grades soft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Money loaned on fuinlturo , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , otlice cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
New Driven FOP the P.irk.
Yesterday afternoon the park com
missioners , with the mayor and Alder
man Lacy , representing the city coun
cil , visitc.d Fall-mount park to devise
certain improvements in that beautiful
resort. Arrangements wore made to
cut Graham avenue at the point oppo
site the park ontr.inco , to the depth often
ton or twelve foot , and widen the street
about twenty feet. This will give an
easy grade for the motor line which
will bo laid between this date and Oc
tober 1,1880. The entrance to the park
will also bo cut down considerably , and
instead of turning abruptly to the right ,
the roadjwlll ascend in nearly a straight
line and an easy ascent to a point near
the southern terminus of the park.
From hero a road will bo cut out inside
the hills , which will , by a tortuous but
delightful descent , roach the lower
level inside the hills. The
two drives thus planned are
not exceeded in plcturosquoness and
beauty anywhere in the country.
Another grand improvement devised
is the cutting of a tunnel through the
hills directly from Graham avenue to
the road inside the hills. This will bo
ilug at a point nearly opposite the
residence of Mr. Lamb. It will glvb
ill rout access to the park to those who
ilesiro to roach it quickly , and at the
aamo time bo a delightful addition to
natural beauties of the park.
Another artificial spring will be con
structed inside the hills , near the exit
of the tunnel , which will bo supplied
with water in the same manner as the
one already built. Work upon the
utroets will be commenced immediately
mid will bo prosecuted as rapidly as
possible to completion.
Rock Spring coal , Gleason , " 0 Pearl
etroet.
The Council Blulls Lumber Co , want
yon to try some of their coal.
If you want to borrow money , buy u
lot. house and lot , farm , or trade any
thing , see A. A. Clark fc Co. , Broad
way and Main.
Ad ami
Last evening the Adams Ex.pross
iompany succeeded the United States
Sxpross company on the lines of the
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul railway
: ompui y. All express n\attor \ arriving
m the ovpnluu trains was turned over
to the Adams company , at its now
ofllre. 017 Broadway. The outgoing
evening train carried Adams Expres ;
messengers , and hereafter this company
will have exclusive control of express or
this line. There will bo no cutting ol
rates , as the company \vill carry to com *
mon points at the same rate :
as the Other companies. It , is
stated that there is a probability that
the running time between this city and
C'hlc-ago will bo considerably reduced ,
as the Adams company has reduced the
time on its line between New York and
Chicago to twenty-five hours , and is pre
paring to shorten the time between Chicago
cage and St. Paul to eight hours.
lleadnuaricrs for stoves.
ODIUJ & BHVAJJT , 618 Main st.
Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glca-
son , 110 Pearl street.
E. II. Slioafe loans money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Olllce 6 < K ) Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
For bargains in real estate in any
purl of the city see F. J. Day , the lead
ing real estate dealer.
Dresses made Wool dresses $5 to $8 ,
silks and plushes $3 to $10. Miss Sim
mons , over Eboman's.
Uneasy llltie Cents.
It is rumored that there is a little
trouble in the police department , and
that some changes will be iniulo before
long. Ithcems that thorc are "offensive
partisans" in all branches of the city
service. The powers that bo deny that
there is any disaffection in the ranks ,
but nevertheless there is certainly n lit
tle friction at some point. AH nearly as
win bo learned jealousy is the cause of
the dillk'iiHy. If the members of the
force worked together as a body , and
not as individuals , it is possible that
their labors would result more satisfac
torily , both to themselves and to the
public.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Bnint Ilorrmrd Place.
I have a number of line lots for sale
in the above addition , located only two
blocks tiway from the street cars on
Broadway. These lots are 50x2-50 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
to J. G. Tipton , bolo agent , 527 Broad
way.
way.We
We have some choice bargains in bottom
tom property listed with us by parties
who say they must have money. A. A.
Clark & Co. , Broadway and Main.
Personal Paragraphs.
Hon. G. W. Collison , of Harlan , is at
tending district court in this city.
E. A. Dabcock and W. J. Trotter ,
Avoca attorneys , are in the city on court
business.
Hon. W. H. Rollins and Henry M.
Clarke , capitalists of Portsmouth , N. H. ,
are in the city looking after business in
terests.
Charles T. Ressiginc , the new super
intendent of the Nebraska division of
the Union Pacific , madujns first visit to
the Bluffs side yesterday.
Mrs. W. M. Claroy , of Nebraska City ,
who has been visiting with Mrs. W. N.
Young in this city , for the past week ,
returned homo yesterday morning.
Mr. W. A. Smith , a prosperous mer
chant from Pennsylvania , has been in
the city during the past two days , in
vesting in Council Bluffs realty. He is
a brother of Miss Addio R. Smith , and
thinks strongly of locating permanently
in this city.
J. H. Clark is Judge Carson's court
reporter this term. Mr. Shales has oc
cupied this position , but is now absent
on a visit to Oregon. His place was to
be supplied by Mr. Binington , but Mr.
Clark made arrangements with the lat
ter gentleman to report for Judge Loof-
bourow this term , leaving Mr. Clark in
this city. The change was made on ac
count of the ill-health of Mr. Clark ,
who preferred to stay in Council BlulTs.
S. B. Wndsworth & Co. loan money.
Just received , a car load of selccte d
Michigan apples. H. J. Palmer , 12
Main-st.
Fortjnle.
An elegant corner lot on Eighth
streot. For particulars inquire of
George Metcnlf , 14 Pearl-st.
J.G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
A Famous Kluction lint.
Syracuse .lournal : Probably the most
"
noted election bet was that" made by
Rucl Gridloy , of Austin , Nob. , in 1002.
He bet that ho would beat his oponont.
The terms of the wager demanded that
the loser should carry a sack of flour
from lower to upper Austin. Gridloy
lost , and the day after election started
on his trip , accompanied by the entire
population of Austin. The question
arose as to what disposition should bo
made of the Hour , and some ingenious
individual suggested that it bo sold nt
auction for the benefit of the western
sanitary commission. Gridloy was auc
tioneer , and the bag was knocked down
for 8250. The purchaser declined to
receive it and suggested that it be
sold again. The idea took like wild
fire , and the bug was sold again and
again , and before night the sum of
$9,000 had been realized. Grldley saw
fame for him and gold for the sick sol
diers opening before him. He entered
heart and faoul into the iiloa , and ho
started with his now famous bag of Hour
oa an expedition which immortalized
himself and brought joy and comfort to
thousands of suffering soldiers. His re
ception everywhere was lik a Roman
triumph , and the people , Infected by
the noble work , vied and struggled
with each other in their generous ri
valry. Grldley sold his Hour all over
the west , and finally exhibited it at the
sanitary fair in St. Louis. Afterward
the flour was baked into small cakes
and sold at a high price. When the
grand total was added up it was found
that Gridloy's bet had been the means
of adding more than $150,000 to the
funds of the western sanitary commis
sion.
For Sale Cheap Lots near the bridge
to parties who will build at once. Ad-
ilreHs or call on J. R. Rice , No. 110Main
street , Council Bluffs.
All ministers of the gospel are re
quested to call on J.'C. Mitcnell , corner
Main and Broadway for half faro por-
inlie over the Northwestern road for
the year 1881) . _ _
An Indian University.
Washington Post : Colonel Jacques ,
i wealthy Philadelphia ! ) , living luLon-
: lon , has offered toyivo $1,000,000 toward
Lho establishment of n univorblty in
Washington for the education of the
Indiana , on condition that 92,000,000 are
raibed. The matter was laid before the
Now York Academy of Anthropology
last Monday night. Viroqua , princess
jf the Mohawks and ruler of what remains -
mains of the Six Nations , who.was pres
ent , win asked by Preaidont Mann to
ultlrc.s . the association. Shu talked
most cntortalulugly of the pant
F. J. BREZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently locnted at No. 14 North Oth St. , opposite Postoflloc , on Motor
HH Line , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
If you liavo specimens don't watt for prices , bond them to him before they
spoil. II you don t want them after they are mounted , ho will pay you the
highest market prico-for them. Will make- specialty of heads and dressing
of fuw during tl c winter.
The "WHITE" Is King.
This is the verdict of nil ladies who have used the White Sowing Machine
See it before buying any other ,
OI'l'ICR , 05 Middle Brondwnj. J , Mi BROWN ) M3II3g61" .
and future of her rtice. She
firmly believes that there is nc
salvation for the red man except in
education , and her present trip to Now
York is with the hope , by raising sutll-
oient money , to found a university in
Washington , where , as she says , "my
people can bo surrounded by the best 6l
intlucncus. "
To accomplish her purpose the Prin
cess estimates that & ! ,000KK ( ) will bo
needed. One-third of that amount hiu
already been promised her by a Col.
Jacques. The chairs of the embryo
university are to bo hold by Indian
Professors.
Viroqua , or the "Flower of the Mo
hawks , " traces her descent through
several centuries and has devoted her
life and fortune to the education of her
people. Of the six great tribes there
now remains but tome H,400 members ,
who arc confined to the Grand River
Reservation in Canada. The Princes
has a brother , Oronhyatokha , or
"Burning Hky , " who was educated In
England under the supervision of the
Prince of Wales.
The Princess is quite confident of
success in the attainment of her object ,
and is going to lecture on the subject in
various parts of the country.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
We have listed with us some cash and
n few good farms to exchange for Coun
cil Uluffs property. A. A. Clark & Co. ,
Broadway and Main.
n Trust.
Chicago Tribune : "Little ns you are ,
boys and'girls , " feelingly exclaimed the
good brother who was mldrcMsinp the
children at Sunday school , ' 'you can do
much in your own way to check the
power of the iniquitous combinations
that nfllicts the land. Are you willing
to join me in an effort to'punish with n
righteous punishment one of the worst
trusts in the country the sugar trust ? ' '
'Wo are ! " shouted the children.
"All who want to punish that trust ,
that interferes so jmieh with.your inno
cent pleasures , ristf up. "
All rose up.
"Now repeat alter me this pledge :
'For three month t ) ' "
" 'For three ' " all
mojithb - "they re
sponded.
" ' ' "
'I
promise -
' "I ' "
promise - ,
" 'Not to eat any candy of any sort. ' "
And in thbmidstof n profound silence
they all sat down. .
They were .tender-hearted children ,
and the punishment seemed to them too
severe. _ _
Mixed pickles iii bulk at N. L Tib-
bitts , 34o Broadway.
Dr. C. C. IIazcnr rtcntist , opera liouso
block. rTe
To -nilnlBterp. .
All person's entitled to half faro passes
over the Chicago & Northwestern rail
road are requested to call without delay
uufln J. C. Mitchell , agent for the
same , corner Main and Broadway.
Blic Had host.
Chicago Tribune : "Mandy ! " almost
shrieked the elderly aunt , ns she en
tered the parlor unexpectedly and found
the young lady clasped in tlfo arms of a
young man \yho was kissing her with
every indication that ho had had con
siderable practice , "what on earth
docs this mean ? "
"Nothing but an election bet , auntie , "
replied Amanda , with n look of heroic ,
martyr-like resignation on her lovely
face ; "I lost. Go on , Mr. McPelican.
How many was that ? "
Bewar.o of worthless imitations of Dr.
Jones' red clover tpnie. The genuine
cures headache , piles , dyspepsia , ague ,
malaria , and is a perfect tonic and blood
purifier. Price 50 cents. Goodman
Druir company.
J. Q. A. Ward is engaged upon a
statue of Henry Ward Beecher for Pros
pect Park , B'rooklyn. It will bo of
iieroic six.o. and will show the subject
dressed in his characteristic manner.
The granite pedestal , to bo design-id by
R. M. Hunt , will be nine feet high. At
either side of the pedestal will be bronze
figures. At the left a young negrcss
will bo seen laying a palm-leaf at Mr.
ncccher's feet. At the right will be
figures of two white children.
JACOBS O
For Sick and Nervbus
HEADACHE- -
AND FOH-
rOOTHACHE.
Cured Promptly
'
ind Permanently.
Bold by DriiKicltti nd Dculert.
THE CHARLES A.VOGELER CO. . Btltlaort , Ml ) .
GEOf GEMETCALF
No. 14 Pearl St.
0
CHE MORRIS'T ' PE WRITER.
$15.
Is equal t )
u 7 High
Priced
Uachlns.
TtioKdlfon Mlmroerapti , the best apparnlui for
nanlfolillMtf , uutonrufhl'J n < l tj | > o niitlnwort. .
MO cuplcn tan bu takuu.
The Escolsior Cc. , Council Bluffs , la.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
MILLINERY
1014 DouulM St. , Omaha , Neb ,
LOTS IN FERRY ADDITION !
Fcr & Short Tinu I Will Offer
10O LOTS
In Kerry Addition to Council lllutn ou tbu fol
lowing Twins :
liiRldc T.ots on Avc. A I < VK
Inputs lxts on Avo. II flu
Inside r ott on Avo. U Kt
ln < liln Lot * on First , Aj-o. , CM
Lots on Second Ave Ml
Ix > ts on Tlilrd Ave OT
Lots on N. Slrtn Fourth Ave 4M
InMOe U > t on S. SUlo Fourth Avo. . . . . . . . l
tW All t'ornor Lots ivi More.
TKHMS Ono-trntli cnsli , bnlnnroliinlnp nnmiiil
optional pnvmonts , with n per cvIn -
tvrest , puyftulo annually. Will Rive conc -
c tract for warranty deed nnil turnlih ab
stract when fully paid ,
W. SH21 > Ui\TOPI %
No. f , North Main St. . Council UltilT ? , la.
NEWBARGAINS
HKOAI > WAY IOT. ,
KlltST AVKNUK IjOTS ,
DiriUV IjOTS ,
Y ADDITION I.OTfl ,
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADD. LOTS ,
HH Y ANT & OtiAltli'H
ADDITION IjOTS ,
STREET'S ADDITION LOTS. jlhSO
2O A % RKS Ol '
THE BEST PROPERTY IN TOWN
KOK 1'IjATTING.
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone 1W. No. 0 Main Street.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
"NOTICE.
SPECIAfjftdvertlspinuiits. such as T.oat , found ,
To Loan. For Sale. To Iteut , Wiints , HoardIng -
Ing , etc. , will bo Itivi-rttMl In this column at the
low rate of TUN UKNTS I'EH LINK for tlio first
Insertion and Fire Cents 1'er Line for each sub
sequent Insertion. Leave advertisements at
onr office. No. I- Pearl Sttot't , near Uroadway ,
Council lllulTs lawn.
WANTS.
' 171OK11BNT 2 or n nicely f iirnlsned moms for
J ? hotiftokeeplng. Cull on or address Dr. F. W.
lloughton , 10U Uroadway , Council lllnirs , la.
Stock for Sale-Cheap or will trade for
DUUO
Council llhKlH property. Address or cull on
Iliirlu Huns .tCo. , Comii'll HlutT.s. la.
EUHl 8AI/K Or Kxchango A Rood uniln do-
JL vator In nn Iowa town , to sell or trade for
farm land. Jonnston Ac Van Patten , Council
Illulls , in.
WANTED Two Kcntlemen boarders , or miiu
and wife ; private family ; tUe minutes
walk from P. U. lU-ferencea required. K 8 Dee
ofllco.
ofllco.WANTKD Mattress makers at d A. Deobo
WANTKD
& Co's.
TTIOU KENT Seven-room cottaton the cor-
X1 ner of yd avo. and Utli st. W. C. James.
IlKNT A large number of good dwoll-
FOH . Call and examine list. M. II. Sheato
&Co. , bioudwoy and Main st. . up stairs.
FORREST SMITH'S
LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK !
LOTS IN CHARLTON ,
A new addition , less than Ji mile north of
Broadway. Hankers , merchants , professional
men. mechuuicD , worklugmen and everybody
can make monev faster by buying la Charltoa
than In any other portion of the New Council
llliilTs. These lotu will be Hold at from flMto
* 300 each. One-sixth cash , balunc'e In monthly
payments at B per cent Interest. Call and get
your choice.
FOB ItKNT Housa of 7-rooms , closets , pantry ,
cellar , city water , etc. No , tOO 7tb
street.
FOIl SALE-LotMxlSO..cornerof ave. AandlSth
Bt. Only HUJ , 5100 cash , remainder
In one and two years at 8 per cent.
FOIl SALE 30 acres of'tho best gardening land
on the bi'bt road running Into Coun
cil Ulutfs and Omaha. Jiibt en.st of
this city. Will make you any terms
you want If you are able to Improve
U at once. If you want a garden
thin is the land you want. I'rlce ,
-UOO.
FORREST. SMITH ,
lioom 4 , 'Jed Floor , Brown Building.
c. r. . HUM , . o. A. HEUUNGIIOK.
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects , Designers and Superintendents
of Ctnstrnction.
Mr. Ilcrllncliof was KOTCII years wilb
MciitlclHsiiliii , FlNlicr&Lonry , niul lias
designed many of the lines ! blocks
in Uiimliu mid Council IllulTs.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates made on Application ,
Studio , Itoom # Opera Jfoime Block
Hides. Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
Returns.
* 20 and 823 Main HtreeUCouucll DlulTUowa.
Sot mil Parlor SB !
It J , GOLDBERG'S ' "THE FAIR , "
CommonolnR Monday , Nov. 12th.
All piirtlianers ot Dry GooilB , Clothing and
lenta' KurnlxhlnR ( looAx amounting to 11,0(1 (
vlll receive a ticket entltlliiK them to a cliauce
> n either a Hue parlor or biMlroom net. Hvinein.
UT , K o < ls are marked lower than over , and a
loket coea with every dollar's worth purchased.
I'ho beautiful prizes can liu Keen at tli
18 MAIN STREET.
CALL AND 8KK T1IKM.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
BANKERS.
iCOUroaUway Council lllufTa , Iowa. UstablliUed
1657
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
fflllMRY SURGEON
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. 5iU5.
: OUN01Ij BLUFFS , IOWA
Council Bluffs Carpet Co :
OIL CLOTHS , C PLUSHES ,
DOOR MATS , CRETONS ,
u
FANCY RUGS , FRINGES ,
AND R AND HOUSE
UPHOLSTERY. FURNISHINGS ,
UPHOLSTERY.T
C
PRICES
LOWER
THAN THE
LOWEST.
IfcTO4 = 05
C. J. COLBV
HAS FOR SALE
FREE TRACKAGE
On the following railroads :
Chicago & Northwestern.
Chicago , Burlington & Quincy.
Chicago , Rock Island & Pacifc and
Union Pacifc.
Don't wait to buy at second hand , but buy now of the owners.
CHEAP HOMES.
ON EASY TERMS.
Residence lots in the best additions in tlic city.
Don't fail ( o call and see if you want to buy.
O"T r" lT PX *
. U . v v-J I rl JL ,
MASONIC TEMPLE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
TELEPHONE NO. 112.
HARKNESS BRO'S. '
LADIES' ' AND CHILDREN'S ' UNDERWEAR
20 PER GENT. DISCOUNT THIS WEEK.
WE WILL CLOSE OUT BALANCE OF CLOAK STOCK
AT 30 PER GENT. DISCOUNT.
BARGAINS IN
BLANKETSAND COMFORTS.
: - : : - : .
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i
New Stock of Ladies' ' and Children's ' Gossamers that Will Be Sold Cheapj
Good Selections in all Departments.
401 BROADWAY , - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET ,
H. PETHYBRIDGE&CO. , PROPS.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
of .Aill
Orders Promptly Killed and Delivered.
Mo. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY.
/ MET HyJraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates ,
4DIDI/IMDI . " " Specificatio.u. . Supervision of Public Work. Urown
t'i Council Ultifib , low * .
IMI CV Dl ( Dl/C Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown UuilUing , 115
IINLLT DUniXL. " " Pearl St. , Council Uluffs , Iowa.
VI QPUIID7 Justice ol the Pacc. . Office over American Exprcit , No. 419
! Ov nUn/l. " Hroadway , Council Ulufli , Iowa. _
Law , Practice in the State and Fed era
QIIWIQ Attorneys at .
Ji
& Ol IVI O" Courts. Onice-Koonu 7 and 8 , ShuBart.U < no Block ,
Council Rluft's , Iowa.
Especially Adapted tof
SIZES FROM
ELECTRIC
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
HORSEPOWER
POWER , Mills and Elevators , '
lUTOMATIC CUT INE.
ptclttcatlons and estimates furnlf'ned for cooipliti itcoia rl nt , Iteuulatlon , Durability Gnaw
nteed. Can * liow IuUor from u r * irjjt.v fuel Ei-onoin * U eiin l with Corllu Noa-C > ai ! ) i lciri
. E. c. HARRIS ; Agent ,
Send ( or Cataloguo. No. 610 Pearl Street , Council Bluff * ,