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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY * NOVEMBER 22 , 1SS8. _
THE DATTA7 BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 PKAIUj STUI3I3T.
Delivered liy currier In Any I'nrt of the City R
_ TwentyOnts Tor\\eck.
11. W. TII.TON MANAOUH.
HrFiMOrrnr. No. u.
NltlllT KlIlTOH. NO.UI.
, AIINOK .MKXTION.
N. Y. PhnnbuiR company.
Sco the "London Tailor. "
Additional Council Mluffs news on the
Elcpnnt nvorcnntinps at A. Holler's ,
inerc'linnt tnllor , UK ) Hrotttlwny.
Host httrd nnd soft fonl nml Missouri
wood. E. K. Mtiync , ( ilil Hroatlwny ,
Dr. 1'holps , pastor of the Presbyterian
church , will preach this evening nt tlio
Ucrcnn Uaitistchurch. |
The fourth annual ball of Hnrmony Coap-
tcr No. IK , O. K. S. , will talto plnco In the
tvmplo hall Friday evening.
There will bo .1 social nt All .Saints' Mis-
Blon Chapel , corner of Klithteonth street nnd
Third avenue , this evening. All invited.
Habbl Ucnson , of Omaha , has bean en-
paped for a locturc hero , In Mnsonlo Tcnuilo
hull , Sunday evening , December 10 , for the
benefit of the HlkorUholIm congregation.
In connection with the oyster supper at
the Baptist church to-muht , thorc will bo nn
apron sulo. Ladles in need of such articles
can llnd Just what they want at u low price.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
The plastering and blackboard work of
the Atkins Hchool will bo completed to day.
It is the opinion of the contractors that Iho
building will bo ready for occupancy , ns the
finishing work on the upper floor Is already
well under way. The contract calls for its
completion by January 1.
Another warrant 1ms been issued for the
nrrcst of Mr.s. Liz/to Si'lhol. The charge is
lewdncis and the complainant is her hus
band. Tim information was tiled before
'S'ltiire ' Sehurz and Iho w.irrnnt was placed
in the hands of Constnblo Chattorbuck for
service. The oflleor failed to llnd her nt the
place named , nnd discovered that KIO ! was
doltiK housework in the family of Ovldo
Vlcn. No arrest has yet been made , the
ofllccr ulluKliiK that tlio husband had dis
missed thu caso. The records of the court
fniled to show that the case wns dismissed ,
nnd the Justice denied that any such action
had been taken.
Sco W. C. Stacy's nd.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
nrntlicrhnoil Farm For Sale.
The nbovo farm of (100 acres is situated
near Wulvorn , in Mills county , lown. It
is in ono body , all fenced , with o
lioiibcs , barns , sluls , wind mills , etc. ,
etc. Tlio selection is ono of the best on
the Mihsouri slope. It has this year
over 'KK ) acres under cultivation. Will
be hold on loiip ( , time with low rate of in
torobt. For particulars addrebS A. A.
Clark it Co. , Council UlullH , In.
Improved and vacant property in all
parts of the city OOxloO feet oil Glen
avenue , east front , a bargain ; business
property on Llroadwav and Fourth
fitrect. It. I' . OIliceK North Main
street , DoVol's block , Council Hlulla.
ForSalo Cheap Lota near the bridpo
to parlies who will build nt once. Ad
dress or call on .1. K. Kice , No. 110 Main
street , Council
Klovcn lots in Conlral Hub. at preat
bargains. Goo. Metcalf , 14 Pearl bt.
Woilonot Intend to tndorto any except arti
cles of merit , hut we tuku plonsuro In referring
to thu " ( iarlaiul Stoves and ItancHH. vho-
superiority 1 tees ull established to be called
In question. They are believed to be unpo.ualed
l > y any in the woilil. Sold exclusively by 1' . C.
The Work of the 1'ollcp.
W. B. S. Wilson and Josh Harding paid
Jf ? 8. 1(1 ( each yesterday morning Tor drunken
N ness , and .lames Clark w.is taxed $ .tiO for a
less aggravated attack of the same malady.
Three boys , arrested for vagrancy , were
discharged. The case ot John Mc-
Anlcy , who was charged with the
larceny of a uocketbook from the
notion vendor's stand nt the corner of Scott
nnd Broadway , was continued , as was also
the case of Charles Oranason , which was of
a similar nature. Charles is u coon several
Hhndes darker than the proverbial ucc of
Kpadcs. Ho attempted to cross the new
bridge Tuesday evening with a suspicious
looking bundle , nnd cx-1'olico Officer Un-
thniik stopped bun on suspicion and tele
phoned for the patrol wagon. Captain
Dyer went down and took the fellow into
On cxuminiii his bundle at the police sta
tion it was found to contain a string of damp
clothes , clothesline and all. The case will
rome uji for a hearing to-day. It is probable
that the unfortunate prisoner accidentally ( I )
wandered into somebody's back yard while
under the inlluenco of the excitement that
flowed liberidly at the d.irkey daneo on the
evening In question , nnd collided with the
clothesline , which adhered to him and
walt/ed away in Ids company. The owner
of the Kiiimcnt can hnvo them by culling at
the police station and proving property.
- - - -
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim-
ball-Cham ] ) Investment company.
Dresses made Wool dresses $5 to $8 ,
silks and jihiblins * S to $10. Mrs. Sim
mons , over Kiionuui's.
The Council Ulull'.s Lumber Co. want
you to try some of their coul.
All grades sot ( pucj Co.
They AVnnt TrinlH Ncnror Home.
Mr. Seabrook , of the linn of Mynstor ,
Limit & Seubrook , made nn argument before
Judge Aylcsworth yesterday afternoon in
support of his pclltlonjfor writs of certiorari ,
restraining further proceedings before Jus.
tlco Walker , of Oakland , in the saloon cases
recently broug lit up. The stand taken by
the attorneys named is to the effect that nn
Oakland Justice 1ms no Jurisdiction in tlio
cases , as the county has been practically di
vided , nnd Oakland Is in the eastern end.
JudRo Aylosworth has the matter under ad
visement , nnd Is as ycl unable to express an
opinion as to whether or not the stand la well
taken. If the court decides in favor of the
attorney it will put nn end to the cases now
pending , nnd bring future cases nearer
homo , which will bo a decided advantage to
the saloon clement.
Lost A pocket account book ; roil
leather covers. Finder will leave with
J. E. I lol leu bock or this ollico and got
Have our wugon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Mr. L. I ) , Fowler and family have moved
from Shcnandoah to this city und taken up
uis resilience at No. 7211 Fifth avenue. Mr.
Fowler is president of the Council 1 Huffs
IvOau nnd investment company. Ho has
been ono of Shenandonh's most prominent
nnd enterprising citizens , and will doubtless
ipcedily take llko runk lioro.
K. II. Slieafo & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in gums
to bull , at lowest rate of interest. Olllco
liroudu'ny nnd Main street , upbtulrs ,
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
Special ruled columns in ledger , cash ,
journal , etc. Morehoubo & Co.
Ir , C. C. Hazcn , dentist , opera house
Mouoy loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value nt low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. ClnrU & Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
ALL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Probability of the Driving Park
Doing Platted nnd Divided.
THE GAS CHARTER MISSING.
The Original Ilcoordn Not to lie Pound
A Cut-limn Sldo Note Snloon-
Object to HcliiK Tried
Only Two Cnncs.
A second case of snmll pox has boon dis
covered In the city. The latest victim Is the
little daughter of Mr. Carter , who was ono
of the attendants ot Mark .Inrrctt , the un
fortunate stranger who died a few weeks ago
of the dread disease. The homo of the
Carters is on Eighteenth street , near the
transfer depot , and in a very bad locality for
such n contagious disease. The house is
within ten foot of the Union Paciflo track , nt
ttio east end of their yards , where nil through
curs are loft by Union 1'acllUengines to betaken
taken out by engines of the olhrr ro.ids , nnd
vice versa. It is in a very exposed condition
and demands the immediate attention of the
Another cause of complaint is the fact that
yesterday the father of the child was passing
back nnd forth between the house and thu
business part of the city. The attention of
the authorities was called to the case some
time ago , but the mutter was hushed up with
the report that the disease was not small
pox. The board of health has tried to conceal -
coal the tact that there was small pox in tlio
city , nnd to this questionable policy may bo
contributed many of Iho sensational reports
that have been originated. All olllcial notice
of tli" presence of the disease is carefully
avoided , and the people , knowing thu
policy possessed by Iho tuithoritios in
regard to the mutter , become very
.suspicions , and arc led to start any wild
story in regard to a now case of sickness for
fear it may bo the dro.ulod small-pox , and to
seeutcthe immcdiato attention of the city
oftleials. Mrs. Korumn died lust even
ing. She will bo buried to-day. She
leaves two children who nro very
sick with the disease. The physi
cians arc daily vaccinating a great manyami
nil precautions arc being taken to prevent
the spread of the disease. No schools will
hnvo to bo closed on account of this last case ,
as the children In that family have been
kept from school on account of the father
having been n nurse , as stated ; consequently
there has been no exposure In the school
Iletulaunrtcrs for stoves.
ODKLI. & UUYANT , olll Main st. -
Weather atri i > b nt Chapman's art store.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
liirn , eulTs nnd shirts by Cascade Laun
'Iho Great London Tailor
lists come to Council Bluffs with the
lurpj.it stock and finest grades of goods
over fcoen in the city whiuh will bomadn
up tit the lowest liguros over given nny-
whoro. No. ( iH7 , corner of Broad jvuy
and Seventh street , 1'ostollieu bloclc.
Hemeniber the "London Tailor , " and
give hint a call.
Tlio Orltfln il Gus Charter
The gas ordinance under which the local
company is now operating makes the term of
the franchise twenty years. It is so given in
the body of the charter , as printed in the
several copies of the city ordinances which
have been issued during past years. In the
marginal notes the term of "exclusive fran
chise" is stated to bo twenty-live years. This
difference in the statement of a fact material
to the interests involved in the contract lias
led to no little speculation among the people
us to which m the correct one. It was been
generally understood that the term in the
body of the charter was the term for which
the contract was Riven. In order to settle
the matter , a BUB man undertook the task of
hunting up the original ordinance , as it was
adopted by the city council.
A reference to the records reveals these
facts : At a meeting specially called and
held on February 1. l&tifl , an ordinance was
read granting certain privileges to a com
pany to supply the city with gas. The twen
tieth rule was suspended ; the ordinance was
read a second and third time and was agreed
to us read. The ordinance itself was not in
corporated in the minutes , neither at thai
ineetinir nor at any subsequent one , so that
the records are absolutely without a copy of
City Clerk Uurke was seen. lie explained
the situation thus : During the earlier years
it was not the practice to incorporate ordi
nances , resolutions , etc. , into the minutes ,
out a separate book was kept , nnd in this a
record ot these ollleml acts and documents
wore pasted as they were cut from the paper
which gave the olllcial publication of the
same. This publication was accepted as the
original document , hence the real "originals"
were , after n time , destroyed. The clerk in
dicated where these hooks of ordinances
might bo found. The city building w.is
searched but no such "records" were to be
found. It was then suggested to the re
porter that City Attorney Holmes hud , nt
ono time , taken these books away from the
city building to his own ofllco , and they
would probably bo found there.
Mr. Holmes was then seen and the pur
pose of the visit explained to him. "No , "
said ho , "I haven't got the records you want.
1 do not know whether a copy of that charter
is in existence or not , but if it is , I presume
yon will llnil it in George Wright's ofllco
but of course , ho wouldn't give it up , " ho
"Then the nlj is without a record of the
ordinances adopted during its earlier years j"
"Why , yes , except as they are printed in
the present 'compiled ordinances. ' They are
authentic and presumably correct. "
" \\hat about the marginal note which
gives twenty-live years as the time of the
g.is charter ! " asked the scribe.
"Why , us far as that is concerned , the note
cuts no Hguro. That was a typographical
error originally , and it was overlooked by
Iho proof reader. It was puio carelessness
that allowed it to go uncorrccted In the Inter
editions ot the ordinances. It lias no legal
bearing whatever. It is the ordinance itself
that tells the story , unit not what has been
[ nit into the notes , "
"Do you think there will bo any effort
made to make the term twenty-llvo instead of
twenty ! "
"Surely not. Mr. Wright agrees that the
term is twenty years , and that tlio f ranch isn
expires next February. There Is no clash
ing upon that point. "
Whether or not this condition of things
nbsunco of records , etc.-1 may not present
complications which the courts may bo called
upon to settle , Tin ; Him is not informed , but
it is cxticmely unfortunate , to say the least.
Probably no ono will dispute the right of the
city attorney to take , for his use us the city's
legal protector , such documents as ho may
need , nnd inako such use of them ns ho may
doom best , but surely a policy which leaves
thcso records open to the public , without any
guardian whatever , so that anyone may get
thimi and use them to thu serious detriment
if the city , If he is so disposed , is open to
severe condemnation ,
Wo huvo no competitors in llnishsng
collars , culTs and shirts. Cascade Laun
dry Co. _
Money loaned at L. B , Crafts & Co.'s
onn olllco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wauons , personal propurly of all hinds ,
uiu nil other articles of value without
removal. AH business strictly eon II-
Illinois nnd Iowa best soft coal , Glca-
EOII , " 0 1'oarl btruot.
What About tliu Driving Park' , '
1'rcsldcnt J.V , Poregoy , of the Union
Driving Park association , was Interviewed
yesterday in regard to the future prospects
of thu association and the intentions of the
stockholders. In answer to the interrof-
toricR of Till ! HUE representative , ho replied
as follows : 'Tor seven years wo havu boon
rylng to place this park on n paying basis ,
Hit with the exception of a single inciting
vo have Invariably lost money , Wo had
loped that with the opening of the now
bridge wo would receive nuftteiont additional
latrouage to help us pull through , but at the ;
last meeting , held on the 1st of this month ,
wo had scarcely any attendance nt all Those
who were there were mostly from Omnha ,
this city being represented by a very few ;
nnd yet our people say 'keep up the park , It's
n good thing. ' etc. Hnt we nro sick of it.Vo
have not nskud the people for a bonus , but
have simply requested their patronage , and
you see what it amounts to. We have ex
pended thousands of dollars , nnd we could
keep on expending until the end of the chnp-
tcr , if wo were ? o disposed , but we are not
I think that the greater part of the stock
holders would bo satisfied to keep up the
park without nnv returns if it would only
jmy expenses , but when It comes to paving in
| : ioou or $4.0 < X ) a j car it begins to bind after
nwhile. There is as line n track as you can
find anywhere , and our tnces have been first-
class , but they might as well have been scrub
exhibitions. At our lust meeting the weather
could not have been liner , and u better
Held of horses was never got to
gether ; but what did It amount to I
We can't stand It , nnd wo wouldn't If wo
"Now. as to our future plans , we nro n lit
tle unsettled. U'e may possibly conclude to
try it another year , but it will bo against my
wishes. 1 think the best thing we can do Is
to divide the propi-rt between the stock
holders. There aio seventy-two ncrcs in
tlio tract , and twenty-four shares , which
would give three acres to each share. 1
think the property ronld bo sold inside of
twenty-four hours for S.MM nn acre , which
would rep.iy nil expenditures and pay a small
rate of Interest on the money , i think n
much hotter plan , however , would bo to pint
the tr.tct. After locating the streets nnd
alloys , an acre would inako tlvo good llft.v-
foot lots , or six forty-two-foot lots. Then
onuli share would bo entitled to eighteen lots.
It the land Wi s divided without platting ,
each stockholder would want his tlneo acres
all together , but In tills w.i.v the lots could
be divided up , and each would share alike In
holding some of the best and some of the
least desirable lots.
"What I would like to do would bo to pur
chase about forty ncrcs between the city
and Mun.uva , and lav out n lln > > half-mile
track. The motor line would furnish line
transportation , nnd It would uo eusy of
access. We now have a splendid mile track ,
but I believe it to bo a decided disadvantage.
It is better for the horses and all Unit , but
the people goto races forovcitemont.ind tbev
got n great deal moro fun In sot'ingtho horses
yo by the grand stand twice than when they
only pass once. When the horses are at the
half mlle post on n milu track they are so lur
away that the spectators don't take much in
terest in them. A half mlle trarlc will draw
a crowd and they will conn1 back the next
day , but they won't do it on a big track. Wo
have now more land than we need. Forty
ncrcs is amply sunlcient. Oinnhn has but
thirty-six , nnd they have onormouscrowds at
their fairs nnd races. Lund can bo pur
chased between hero nnd Manawn for from
$1.10 to tiOO an acre and , furthermore , 1 think
it would pay. Some tlellnite plan will bo
adopted at our next meeting. "
E. II. Sheafo loans , money on chattel
security of every description. Private
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Olllco M ) Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
The finish on our collars , cufTd and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
- - -
J.G. Tipton has bargains in real estate/ .
S. B. Wud&worth & Co. loan money.
Mixed pickles in bulk at X. T. Tih-
bitts , IU5 Broadway.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Rock Spring coal , Uleason , : H ) I'oarl
The Now Union Depot.
The union depot project is the principal
subject of discussion at present. The com-
niittco appointed by the board of trade to
solicit additional stockholders in the depot
company has gone busily to work , nnd is
meeting with good success. One member of
the committee has already raided over Si,000
to be given as a bonus , it Is conceded by
everyone that this project is of more direct
iniK | > rtance to the city than any other mat
ter that could come up at the present time ,
and a most vigorous effort will be made to
secure the erection of a commodious union
passenger depot at once in the central portion
tion of the city.
Do not forgot Neally .Stevens' concert ,
nsbibted by Mr.s. Fanny Kellogg Uacherl ,
at Dohan.y's opera house this evening.
Tick els and reserved seats at Camp .Sj
Millinery Given Away
At the Parisian , 341 Broadway. All our
trimmed hats , imported and' domestic ,
at actual cost for ten days.
Hooks ! KooUs !
Manufactured to order by Morehouse
All grades hard real , C. B. Fuel Co.
For bargains in real e.stato in any
part of thu city see F , J. Day , the load
ing real e&tato dealer.
AI ( en I ion , Coin pa n r.
Thorc will be an important business meet
ing of the Dodge Light Guards this evening.
Let every member of the company he on
hand. A. W. COMI.KX , Captain.
TREE OF LFE ]
A positive euro for Liver nnd Kidney troub
les , all Mlood Uiscasos , Indigestion , Uyspop-
sia , and Sour Stomach , is found In
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE ,
For sale by local druggistd nnd drupBista
everywhere. 1'rico $1 per bottle , su for ? 0.
Address all communications to
i > at. j. it.
At J , GOLDBERG'S ' "THE FAIR , "
CommonclnB Monday , Nov. 12th.
All pim-haisers of ] ) iy ( Joods , Clot hlnif nnd
( outs' KurnUliluir ( iooil amounting to JI.OI
\\llliecelvoatlckft entltllm ; them to a chance
on either n line parlor orbi > droom fi't. Iti-mvm.
lier , KOOIB | are marked lower limn over , unit u
ticket coos Hlth ovorydollar'H worth purchased ,
The beautiful pri/.es can bo been at tuo store ,
18 MAIN STREET.
C.U.I. AND SKI ! TUKM.
D , H. McDANELD & GO. ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
iaand ) ea Ualu titre tCguucll
Ever inaugurated by any house in the west is
now going on at
HENRY EISEMAN & GO'S '
From now on until our entire stock , amounting
IS SOLD OUT.
We do this in order to close out our stock pre
paratory to moving into our new store
now being built on the
Everybody should take advantage of this great
sale and price our goods before
NOS. 314 , 316 , 318 & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BROADWAY LOTS ,
J-'lltST AVKXUK I'OTK.
K13UHY AII > iriO % IXJTS ,
1'KRRY AUDITION KOTS ,
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADO , LOTS ,
BRYANT & ClilRK'S
ADDITION liOTS ,
STTtEKT'S AI > niTIO.M I.OT.S. ALSO
" " '
THE BEST""PROPERTY IN TOWN
W. C. STACY ,
Tele-phono Itr ' . No. o Main Street.
NO J9 MAIN STREET.
Lntc t Noieltics In
M. c. i. .
c. i : . iuir : , . ( i. A. lir.ltUNOHOK.
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects , Desipen and Siincrintcnfleiits
of Construction ,
31r. Horlhitfhor mis soon jcnrs
Mrinlcif'olm , richer A ; l.oury , and has
designed iniiiiy of tin * linisl blocks
in Oniiiliii ami Council Illull's.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates maito on Application ,
Studio , Itooin X O/Jc/vt Ifutme Itlitck
; \ Si'KC'IAI/l'V.
JJOII.VNO'AUl Jtlnlii Htroet ,
Council ItlutlW , la.
Mention This 1'aper.
No. 14 Pearl St.
LOTS IN FERRY ADDITION !
For a Short Tim : I Will Oiler
In Terry Addition to Coinn U Bltills on thu fol
low Ing Terms :
Inside Lots on Ave. A . $ M)0 )
Inslds I.ot-son Ave. H . f > ! HI
Insidu Poison Ave. ( ' . < " > o
In-lili' Lots on I'irot Ave . ( MO
Inside Lots on Si-cond Avt1 . MM
Inside Lots on Third A V" ' . MK )
Inside Lot son N. Sid 1'ourtii Avc . 4K !
Inside LfitHonS. Side Konrtli Ave . 4t' '
f 'All Corner Lots f ,0 .Morn.
TEHMS One-truth I'ash , hal.i iieinnlnuannu.i
ojitlonal pavmoatH. with s pcri'pntin
tcre.st. payublo annimlly.V1I1 Kivc cop
trart for uarranty deed and furnish alj
fctract when tnily paid.
w. SIBIM : : .
No. 8 , North Main St. . Council Illntr.i. la.
FOH SAI.K Iulriib1i ) > residence property In
each und every addition to tlu city of Coun
cil Illutls. ( it-orge .Metcalf , II I'earl street.
T O'3T On Int'Mlay last , n tine cold lipn.
J-J bilk umliri'lla. riiidcr w 111 picnic return
to Jacob llovt a ' 111 , Coloiado IIOUM' .
KENT- One fiirnl liud nnd 1 nnfnrnlhhcc !
room , No. 15 North .Main M.
TTIUIl HUNT - .Vino room liotise , coiner .tl
avc. and Mh i-t. Apply on
UANTii ; > I'oilt Ion us hmiM'Xt'Oppr ' by n com
petent lady , lli-fi'ienroi. uxrlmiiKed , 1'al-
inerA Co. , Us I'curl M. , Cumuli IllmU.
TfHlIt SAIi-Cood ; 4. > oar-old horso. . ,
1 KMind. llaincss mm top liuucy. Will
c'ht'apon easy ti'rms 1C .sold .soon. Inqulio t
IhlMl'lh ' t4.
\ \ 7ANTii'nsltlon : > ] In mlllliipry Nhop ns
' trimmer , liy l.itlv of llv yi-ars uxpurlunci * .
Cull on or iiildr ss J'almer A. Co. , "i * I'curl Etroet ,
FOIt Iii.N"r : Oood H-room hoii'-p with pantry
und rlo-eth ; l.iO . lianel clstein ; oed liain
with Malls for llvo horoi's. All In tjood itipalr ,
\V. C. htucy. No fi MiilnM.
I neil Itn.NT-.JorUnU'ply fnrnlnlicd rooms for
lion&eKeeplilK. ' ' ' ! on or inldieis Dr. I' . SV.
, IUI Itio.uhvay , Counrll UlullH , la.
iriOIl SAI.n-Ur HxrlmllKO A'ood > Kraln clo-
J-1 vator In an low.i town , to hcill or tiado for
fium land. Jonnston \ Van i'atten , Council
llliiMN , la.
HUNT ffiven-room cottair * . on the cor
ner of : id ave. and litli ft. W. ( . ' . Jnmcs.
[ UK NT A largo nmnlicr of good dwoll-
. . .g.s. Call and I'xiunlno list. H. II , Shenfo
A : Co. , llroadway and Main . , up
POIl HUNT Two IPFKO fiont rooms , fur-
nlsht'd , etui block fiom nticttcar. Addrci > d
S , lieu ollkc- , Council ItlullH.
LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK !
LOTS IN OHARLTON ,
A nuw addition , lots than U mlle north of
llioadnay. Hunkers , merchants , proteshlonal
men , meclmtilcrf , vorklnjmrn and iivnryliocly
can maku money fat r by buying In L'hnrllon
than In nuy otlit'r portion of the Nuw ( 'oimtll
llhilfH 'ififso lotuwlll ijQMild at from SI.Mlio
( .VOvarh , Oiicilxtli CHHI. | Ijalante In monthly
piivmt'iitH at K per cent Intciest. ( . 'all and got
FOH HUNT House of 7-rooms , cloactn , pantry ,
rcllur , city water , otc , .No. Ml "tli
1'OIt SA Ii-I.otMxlffloornorof : ; avo. A and IRIh
HI. ( JnlyilUJ , Jioo viiHb , ivmaliidur
In one anil two yeurs at r > per cunt.
JXJll 8AJj : 'iO acreH of the best muuenlnit land
on the bcht load running InloCoun *
ril lllnllH mid ( iin.iliu. Just ca > > t of
this city , will inako you any term *
you want K yon are able to Imptovo
It .it once , if vouin \ u gurdcn
this ii thu lund yon want. 1'rlcc ,
FORREST SMITH ,
Uoom 4 , 3rd Floor , Urown J3ulldlnff.
THIS x WEEK
IS THE TIME FOR PURCHASING
HOSIERYAND : : : - : UNDERWEAR
HARKNESS BRO'S. '
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' ' AND CHILDREN'S '
WORTH 50 AND 75 CENTS , TO BE SOLD
AT 25 CENTS.
401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
i Lot , Bryant & Clark , on Second avo. -
i Lot , Bryant & Clark , on Third avc. - - $250 $
13 Lots , Perry's ad Add. , on Avo. C - - Each
8 Lots , Hanson's First , Avc K
1 Lot , Everett's Add. , Third ave. . . . . $500
2 Lots , Fleming- & Davis , Ninth and Tenth avcs $ Each
Call and See
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted tot
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators.1
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE.
Specifications und estimates furnished for complete steam plants. Itpgulatlon , Durability Ouar
nntccd. Can show letters fiom users where fuel Economy Is eijnal with Corliss Non-Condenslny , '
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. filO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
-OFFICES- ) (
Cot'vcii , Hi.rrrs P. C. Do Vol's ' Store , No. I OMAHA Carpenter Paper Co. , No. Ill
fiUl Middle Uroadw.iy. Telephone No. 8 . | Douglas Street. Telephone No. 200.
HDIRl/IMRIMF . Hydraulic and Sanitary Ininecr. | I'lans ,
. DirmlllDI ML. Spccilications. Supervision of Public Work. JJrown ,
] ! uililiiif , ' , Council Uluffk , Iowa.
Attorney nt Law , Second Floor Brown IJuildiiiL' , 115
" Pearl St. , Council IlluD'h , Iowa.
W MHMMM V HMMNMBMiMMMM MiMBM WMMMn i BMMlM
Justice ol the Peace. Ofllce over American Eju > res , No. 419
N , - - Broadway , Council IMnllb , Iowa.
St QllVIQ Attorneys at Law , Practice in tbe State and Ked era ,
06 OIIYIO" " Courts. Olllce KooniB ? audS , Smifait-ncnoUlock ,
Council IJluffi ; , Iowa.
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H. PETHYBRIDGE & CO. , PROPS.
Manufacturers ami Wholesale Dealers in
Sarvo-ssLg-e of u .11 Zrizi.a.s ,
Orders Promptly Filled and Delivered.
No. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
F. J. BBEZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently located at No. 14 North Oth St. , opposite PoHtollIco , on Motor
Line , Council Hlulls , Iowa.
If you huvo specimens don't wait for prices. Send them to him before they
spoil. If you dent want them after they are mounted , ho will pay you the
highest market price for them. Will make a specialty of heads and drc&sim ;
of ( urn during the wintor.
S , STEWART , M. D , , D. V , M.
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Tcloplinnn No. 100.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , i i IOWA
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
FRIGE $15 ,
Is oqnal t )
TlioK < ll oa MlmeoKmiiU , the tied uppurnlu , tut
maiiKuldluir , aulugru lilu unil l/pu writiou wort.
I.IW coplci tan bo ukcu.
The Ercelsior Cc , , Council Bluffs , la.
Tium. UFKICKII. w. II , .M.
OFFICER & mil ,
Corner Main and Ilroadway ,
COINGII , IlIjlJKKH , IO\V. .
Ioali > r In foreign c.nil domestic etrlianeA
Collections made und Inteiuat paid on tlmo doi
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
1014 DuuBlan bt. , Omaha , Nob. '
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