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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 2S ; 1888.
THE DAILY BEE.
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11. W. TIM ON . . . . . .MANAOKH.
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N. Y. Phunbinj , ' company.
Additional Council Blurts news on the
Elegant ovcrcoatinps at A. Kciter's ,
merchant tailor , 310 Hmulway.
Ucbt hard nnd &oft coal and Missouri
wood. i : . K. Mayno , 01 ! ) Uroadwivy ,
Mnrrlapo llccn os have bcun issued to John
Murphy iitid Einnm.liickson , both of Omaha ,
mul George I. Turner , of Otniih.i , and Orella
Hct'd , of Unltlam ) .
ThefutiPial of Miss Carrie Hycr took
place nt ! l o'clockcstpnlay afternoon , and
was IniKcly attended. The floral offerings
were very beautiful , nnd wcro Die tributes of
loving friends. The reimiins wcro interred
In rulrvlovv cemetery.
Mayor Kolirer states that the police illDl-
cnlty is llnallv bellied , and that there will bo
no more trouble The men are represented
ns bclnj ; very Kind to drop the mutter , and
harmony is iifjnin restoicd. No changes
wore ninde , ami the force remains us be
The Unique club , composed of the young
people of the Methodist church , will hold a
hociul In the parlors of the Itioadwuy M. U.
church to-morrow evening. ( Jisters and
sandwiches will bobeived. and a line pro
gramme of spc.iklng and singint , ' lias also
been prepared. Everybody Is invited to at
.John L. TcniDlcton , c\ chief of the fire de
partment , \\enrs a novel rlnp1. At the tlino
of the bridge celubra'ion IIP secured a piece
of the bottle which contained Ihc wine to
christen the structure , and has had it cut
nnd set to adorn his linger. The glass is of
n very pi city color , mid would pass for quite
a valuable stone. Its intrinsic value is not
gi eat , but John would not part with it for
considerable. After the wine was spilled the
bottles weie dropped into the river , and very
few pieces were seemed for souvenirs.
Munnpcr Hlundcll , of Omaha , was lesting
tlio new cables of the telephone company
ycftlcrdn ) lo see if any wrong connection
had been miide. A telephone was attached
to the polo nt the end of th'n cable , and n
wire Irom the Instrument attached to each
wire culciing Ihe cable. Much wire was
numbered , and a call at the central ollice
showed what subscriber was on that wire.
The work occupied the whole afternoon to
test 300 wires. Sover.il people who noticed
the telephones advanced the idea , that tliC
company was putting in an outdoor public
Mayor Uohrer was a natty to a horse trade
the other day , and got the worst of the bar
gain. The boys in the lire department
wanted to trade one of the fire horses forono
of the patrol team. The mayor , as chief of
the police department , after looking into the
matter , concluded to tiadc. Later develop
ments showed that the lire boys were regu
lar deacons at horse trading , and the mayor
wns "stuck. " The executive has the best of
tlie situation , however. Ho insists that the
clumpy wns merely temporary , to accommo
date the llremcn , nnd will shortly issue an
order for them to "trade back. " Major
Kolner is not the first mayor of Council
Bluffs who has made the other fellow do the
Sec W. C. Stacy'a ad.
We do not Intend to Indorse any cxcont artl-
cleb of ineilt. but wo take pleasure in rulorrlng
to the "Uurl.ind Stoves and Itmiges , whoie
biipeilorltvlBtoo well established to bo culled
li ; question. They are believed to ba unualcil )
by unv In thu world. Sold exclusively by 1' . C.
J.G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
For Exchange For dry goods , 800
acres fine land. No encumbrance. Title
perfect. Will put land in nt low figure.
Call and POO us. C. 11. Investment Co. ,
No. 10 Peai'l St. , Council Blutls , la.
Tlio New Atkins School.
Architect Ward , of the new Atkins .school
building , yesterday showed a Br.K represent
ative through that handsome structure. The
work Is now so nearly completed that ono
may obtain a very correct idea of what Its
appearance will be when finished , it Is ex
pected to have all wood work on the third
floor finished this week , so that the painters
may begin there the lirst of next week. With
Ihe exception of putting on the finishing
touches , the wood work will bo completed
this week , and the painters and steam litters
will have full sway next month , when the entire -
tire structure is to bo Ilnished.
The blackboards will not receive their final
coat of paint until spring , as the fresh limo
would effect It unfavor.ibly. The architect
savs that the board will meet with no delays
to prevent them from occupying tlyj building
' the 1st day of , From
,1 on January the tower ,
which Is about ono hundred feet above the
If- sticet , n splendid view of the city may bo
obtained. The top is Ilnished with especial
attention to its being utilized as an observa
tory. An iron railing will surround thu plat
form to prevent accidents. In both its in
ternal and external arrangements the build
ing is entirely modern , ns well as strictlv
Jh-Htclass , and Its handsome lines mean
ornament to the city mid u credit to the
architects and builders.
Improved and vacant property in all
parts of the city ; ! > 0xl6 ( ) feet on Glen
avomio , cast front , n bargain ; business
property on Broadway und Fourth
Btreot. K. P. Olllcor , North Main
Btroot , DeA'ol'u block , Council Blulls.
The Council BlufTs Lumber Co. want
you lo try boino of thuir coal.
I P Carpets at loss than half their value
nt our i-lunring out sale. See prices
olbowhore. C , 13. Carpet Co.
See Forrest Smith 'a special column.
P , P. Jfelley of Mircvdonla was in tlio city
II. Mendel of Ncola was u Hluffs visitor
MIH. W. C. James went to Chicago last
evening for a brief visit ,
Miss Nettio Slcad has resigned as chief
operator at the telephone exchange.
C. C. Desplnines is acting as bailill during
the present term of the district court.
J. M. Ilolliday and mother loft last evening
for Ucnlson , Tex. , going by way of Kansas
Prof. McDermld wns wearing n broader
Binllo than usual yesterday. A little maiden
hud arrived to gladden his homo.
Mr. M. S. Stout , ono of the proprietors of
the Ogden house , left last evening for Kan
sas City on hl way to Texas , where ho goes
on a business trip of several week's dura
Illinois and Iowa host soft coal , Glea-
EOII , "It Pearl street.
For bargains in real estate in any
iwrt of the city see F. J. Day , the load
ing real estate dealer.
The ladies of the Gorman Catholic
church will give a Qtmdrllle ball on
Thanksgiving evening at Masonic
Temple , No pains will be spared to
iiiulco the evening ono of pleasure. An
elegant supper will aso be given.
Ualuy'u orchestra will furnish the
music. Tickets to ball and supper
"Wo have no competitors in flnishsng
collars , cull's and shirts. Cascade Laun
Money loaned ou fuinlturo , pianos ,
diamonds , liorbos , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clarl < < k Co. , ollico cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express ,
ALL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
The Hotel Mon Very Anxious.For
a Union Depot.
FINISHING THE ATKINS SCHOOL.
Tlic Work of tlic I'ollcn .V Pair of
IMcml Onllty The
WfAtcrti Iowa llorli *
The union revival nicotines being held In
the Haptfst church open well , They will ho
hero every evening and the Invitation to nt-
tend Is broad enough mid earnest enough to
Include nil , of whatever sliado of belief or
disbelief. Mr. Smead , the evangelist , 1m-
presses ono us being n thnroughly earnest ,
honest worker for the peed of his fellow
men. Ho speak * practically and plainly ,
rntlicr than for sensational or rhetorical
effect. Mr , Smith conducts the singing , mid
hois of great nid in the nvjotiutrs. The suc
cess of these worltcrs in oilier places , and
the manner in which they beirin their labors
hen.glvo assurance thnt the results will
meet the expectations of those who secured
their services hero.
Money loaned fit L. B. C'rufts & Co.'s
loan ollicc , on furniture , pianos , hnrroa ,
wapona , personal property of nil kinds ,
nntl all other 'irticlus of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
E. II. Shcafc loans money on chattel
security of every description. Privnto
consulting rooms. All business strictly
confidential. Oflico GOO Broadway , cor
ner Main street , up stairs.
Pickled tripe and pigs' feet i\i Tib-
bitts , U15 Broadway.
Tlio London "Tailor's" is the place to
get your clothes made. 037 Broadway.
A FIIIIKIIH Uniul.
Council niuiTs holds Its own against the
world. Other localities have their monstros
ities , t'hosts. and what not , but ever and
anon something curious and unoxplalnablo
is unearthed here to keep us even with the
world. The skeleton of the "What Is It ; "
the mammoth's teeth , etc. , which have been
on exhibition at THE UEB ofllce , are now fol
lowed by a thing for the formation of which
no ono can give a cause. This is a "Fungus
hand. " The growth is upon a decayed stump
and ns it developed It assumed the form of a
human hand , minus the thumb. So perfect
is the likeness that the Joints and muscular
development of the fingers is well marked.
The strangest feature is the appearance of
the naiN , which are distinct and well formed.
The curio was found beneath the house of
Paul Scabold by n party of laborers who
were excavating the cellar and raising the
house. It is on exhibition at Tuc Ben of-
The finish on our collars , cults and
shirts cannot bo equalled. Cascade
Brotherhood Fnrni For Sale.
The above farm of (500 ( acres is situated
near Malvern , in Mills county , Iowa. It
is in ono body , all fenced , with peed
houses , barns , sheds , wind mills , otu. ,
etc. Tlio selection is ono of the best on
the Missouri slope. It has this year
over -100 acres under cultivation. Will
bo bold on long time with low rate of in
terest. For particulars address A. A.
Clark & Co. , Council Bluds , la.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Fruits and Flowers.
Yesterday the committee , consisting of
Messrs. A S. Bonham , Alexander Wood , J.
II. Itico , Trcynor , Mayor and Williams , hav
ing in charge the arrangements for the com
ing meeting of the Western Iowa Horticul
tural society , met to decide upon various de
tails. The meeting is to bo held in the court
house on the 11th of December. There will
be a three days' session. An interesting pro
gramme is to bo provided , tnd the attendance
should bo largo. Fruit growers and garden
ers are urgently requested not only to bo
present , but to bring with them specimens of
fruits and vegetables , so as to make a winter
exhibit. The ilrst evening will bo devoted to
welcoming the visitors. Addresses will bo
made by Mayor Itohrer and others. Not
only are the Iowa growers invited to attend
these sessions , out a hko hearty invitation
is extended to those residing in Nebraska.
The ladies also are included in the invitation ,
and arrangements will be made to make the
gathering profitable and pleasant to all.
Rock Spring coal , Gleason , 26 Pearl
All grades hard coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Dr. C. C. Ha/on , dentist , opera house
Great reinnantsalo ! Everything goes.
Prices no object. See our add. C. B.
Weather stri ps at Chapman's art store.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , eulTs and shirts by Cascade Ltiuu
Points From tliu Police.
Owing to the condition of the weather the
Sunday boo/crs did not materialize in any
gjcat numbers until Monday afternoon , and
then the ofllcers had their hands full. Four
aggravated cases were presented for the con
sideration of Judge Aylesworth yesterday
morning , and ho quickly assessed them $8,10
each. They were James Dailoy , Mike
Finun , W. G. Hodgson and Henry Hodges.
Gcorgo ICuyscr was laved J7.00. During the
afternoon ho was attacked with epilepsy , and
Dr. Scyuert was summoned to attend him.
As soon as ho recovered ho was released and
promised to get out of the city as quickly as
Eil. Clarke was lined $10.10 for disturb
ing the pea on ' "llio How. "
John Smith and John Hopiiias each paid a
line of fr.iiO foi drunkenness.
J. U. Woul , the follow who stele the coat
from J. W. Haeharach'fl store Monday even
ing , was hound over to the grand jury in the
num of $500. Wood had a Union P.icllio con
ductor's badge , mid claimed to have just
como from Denver , where hu was employed
by that company. Ho said that ho was drunker
or ho would luivo never touched the coat.
Parties who saw him run and the ofilccr who
arrested him state that ho was perfectly
sober. The garment was valued at t-JU , and
Wood will piobably go over the road for
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property , Notes bought. Kim-
bull-Champ Investment company.
Dresses made Wool dresses 85 to $8 ,
silks and plushes $3 to $10. Mrs. Sim
mons , over Eibciimn's.
All grades soft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Two Iturclnrs Imlil Down.
Yesterday morning In tlio district court
the larceny case of Frank Diamond and
Wlllirtu ! Johnson was placed on trial. The
parties bnrglaiized a store at Neola , and
were Indicted forburglary and larceny. They
wcro arraigned on the latter charge. They
pleaded not guilty and a Jury was empanelled.
Just as the examination of witnesses was
about to proceed , the prisoners , through their
counsel , U , W. Hlght , withdrew their former
plea and pleaded guilty. Next Sat
urday was fixed as their day of sentence. U
Is understood that the other case against
them will bo dismissed.
No other work of interest was transacted
during the duy. There are several mure
criminal pases to bo disposed of this term ,
Rod will probably be called this week. liyrd
and Vamlcrpool , the two notorious prisoners
from Oakland , convicted of larceny last
term , have been granted a new trial , which
will shortly take place. '
Lost A pocket account book ; red
leather covers. Finder will leave with
J. E. Ilollenbeck or this otllco and got
Hnvo our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Ciipcudo Laundry Co.
Ilcadnuartcrs for stoves.
Ol > iM. & BliVANT , 613 Main st. ,
'llio Hotels mid Union Depot.
The union depot project numbers among
its stnunchcst supporters the hotel men of
the city. Thcso guntlomen are so constantly
brought in contact with the traveling public
that they know the prevailing impression
among that class regarding the railtoad
facilities now offered here , ami the wretched
shells that are made to serve as depot * . Said
ono of the leadinir hotel men of the city J'cs
tcrday : "The ono thlngthnt is working more
against this city thnn anything else Is the
wretched accommodation furnished travelers
by the railroad companies whose lines run in
here , It is nn actual fact that porters of the
sleeping cars , brakcmcn , conductors , In fact
all railroad employes on any of these lines ,
ndviso passengers from the east to go to
Omnhn. They tell them of the wretched de-
pota.hcro , and the difficulties attendant on
getting to the hotels , and the result is that
wo are virtually frozen out of much business
that we would otherwise have. Those who
do stop are so thoroughly disgusted that
they swear that they will never stop in the
city again. It anyone would stand behind a
hotel desk for twenty-lour houis he would
hear enough to convince him thnt 1 am
telling things as they actually e\Ht.
Aside from the depots themselves Is the
poor transportation from them to the cen
tral part of the city. Take the evening
trains , for instance , i'ho trains on nearly all
of the roads como In at about the s.inio limo ,
and If a tram is a little Into thcto Is no wuv
of getting up town , except to walk , and that
is far from agreeable during a heavy rain or
snow storm. The street cars do not miiko
connections with late trains , iml the haek-
men nro not always on hand. If you ucto
to see them come in drenched by the rain
and covered with mud you would not blame
them if they cussed the city to the end of
"Hut the greatest source of annoyance is
the transfer , under the manner in which
business is now conducted. If a trunk is
checked to Council UlufTs. it is invariably
sent to the transfer unless its owner dis
tinctly spceilies the local depot , and even then
it is frequently carried by and lands at the
transfer after all. Then is where the trotl-
bio comes In. None of the hackmcn pretend
to make the transfer , and it very frequently
happens thnt baggage can not bo obtained
from thcic until the following day after its
arrival. Many is the 'roar1 1 have heard on
this account , and I have sometimes helped
the irate guest kick.
"Anyone can readily sec that a man will not
put up with this sort of a thing many times ,
and so it is that the hotels directly , and the
city indirectly , lese a gre it dpal of business
that naturally belongs hero. Wo are located
to receive a great many transient guests
who arc crossing the continent , and we would
get them if we had a union depot. Huckmen
would then bo able to meet every train and
baggage would bo left where it could bo ob-
taincdT Business that helps a hotel helps a
city as well , and this union depot would help
us wonderfully in that respect. Asic any
hotel man in the city concerning the dlsad-
advantages offered by the present system ,
and f will guarantee that he will emphasize
what I have said. Travelers are disgusted
with the looks of the local depots , nnil go
over to Omaha if they can possibly do so. If
the business men could only understand how
great n detriment the present system is to
this city , I nm positive that it would not be
long until the proper steps would be taken to.
secure the desired structure. "
1 Am Not Mad iiiir Kcil Hcniled ,
but will sell meat at the following prices for
Shoulder and chuck roasts 5 to Oc
Prime rib roasts Su
Chuck steak Co
Hound steak So
Sirloin steaK lOc
Porterhouse steak lOc
ISoiling beef 3 to 4o
Mutton stew 5o
Veal stew ! > c
Mutton legs So
Corn beef 3 to-lo
Pork roast lOc
Pork chops and steak lOo
Lard , our own make , sweet and clean 12c
All other meats in the same proportion.
Everything clean and fresh.
Free delivery. J. M. ScAxr.\N ,
For Sale First class grocery stocic
and fixtures. Will take part Council
Blulls property. Council BtulTs In vest
ment Co. , room 10 , Pearl st. , Council
Blulls , la.
Hurt By n Ilunnwny.
The family of James Humbert , living a
milo south of Oakland , comprising Mrs.
Humbert , a daughter and two sons , visited
this city Monday , and started to return homo
in the evening. The team became fright
ened on Vaughan avenue and rqn away ,
throwing out Mra. Humbert and seriously
injuring her. The others were thrown out
later when the wagon upset , smashing it to
kindling wood. Mrs. Humbert sustained the
worst injuries. Her arm was broken , and
bho was hurt internally. Dr. HelliURcr nt-
tenUed her. The injured parties were re
moved to the Jc-ffiles farm house for tre.tt-
ment. The husband arrived yesterday
Tlio All Saints' Guild sociable will
moot to-morrow ( Thursday ) evening at
the residence of Mrs. Key , on Seventh
13. II. Sheafo & Co. make long or
short time loans on real estate , in sums
to suit , at lowest rate of interest. Ollice
Broadway and Main street , upstairs.
This is the last day announced for
Chapman's etching sale. A great many
have been sold , but many gems remain.
Don't fail to call to-day.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. "OB.
COUNCIL ni < UI'Tfl , : IOWA
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
PRICE $15 ,
Is oquil t )
Tlia KJIion .Mlnicocrnpli , llio bcit apparutui tot
nunlfoMIni ! , autoirruplilB und typo wrillu. work.
3.0UU co'le | ran bo taken.
The Ezcolsior Cc.Council Bluffs , ja.
C. I ! . HULL. U. A JIKUUNQIIOf1.
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects , Designer * anil Snpcrintcuflents
of Construction ,
Mr. llorlliiu'Iiof was sou'ii yearn nllh
Mendelssohn , I'Micr A : Lowry , and lias
designed ninny or the finest blocks
in Omaha and Council IHufTs.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates made ou Application ,
Stiullo , Ituom 2 Opera House Block
ON ALL CASH SALES !
Unequalled and surprising Dargnins In
Henry Eiseman & Go's ' People's ' Store
OUR' ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD.
In order to give us an opportunity to rearrange our business for our now FOUR
STORY BLOCK , which wo are erecting on the old. Pacific Houbo Site.
Customers will not wns to their time of they road what wo Imvo to Miy. Nor will
they bo deceived when they como to boo our goods and loam our prices.
Everything will bo found exactly as wo bay. Wo offer tv discount of 20 per con t
ON ALL CASH SALES
On everything wo huvo in our hoiibo.
Now is your tinio to buy.
Do not miss this opportunity. Low prices always make us buy nntl wo are go
ing to make
LOW PRICES MAKE YOU BUY !
\Vo adopted this method of slaughtering our goods just ono week ago , nnd tlio
result has been that our STOKE IS CROWDED with customers all day long , bo
much so that wo have added .
Extra force of Competent Salesmen ,
And Sales Ladies to wait on our customers.
People arc coming from Omaha and from hundreds of miles to take ad vantage
Our regular prices have always been conceded to be the lowest offered in the
wcst , and when you get 20 per cent , extra discount on your bill , face what you are
saving by buying from us.Vo want to and must
CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
For reasons above named. CALL AND SEE US.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
HFNRY FISF1AM & TO
llljlull IJlOljillxlLi ( X. vl/
HOS. 314,316,318 , , & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BROADWAY LOTS ,
FiltST AVENUE I/OTS ,
L'JEIUW ADDiriOV IjOTS ,
1'EllKY ADDITION LOTS ,
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADD , LOIS ,
BRYANT & OLiAKK'H
ADDITION LOTS ,
STREET'S ADDITION LOTS. ALiSO
20 ACRES OP
THE BEST PROPERTY IN TOWN
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone 192. No. 9 Main Street.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
See him for Hrend. Cakes ; etc.
TO DEALERS-A liberal discount
No. 218 Main Street.
TREE OF LIFE
A positive euro for Liver and Kidney troub
les , all Hlood Diseases , Indigestion , Dyspep
sia , nnd Sour Stomach , is found In
MOORE'S ' TREE OF LIFE ,
For sulo by local druggists and drupgfsts
every wheie. Price SI pur bottle , six f or ? j.
Address all communications to
jn. , r. is. juooiti : ,
TIIOS. Urrici.ii. w. If , M. I'USKV ,
OFFICER & PUSEV ,
Corner Main nnd llroadway ,
COl'NCU , IlIjUKrS , IOWA.
Bcalurs In forclpn cinl domestic exchange.
Collections made and Inteiest paid on tlmu de-
D. H. McDANEtD & CO. ,
Hides. Taliow. Pelts ,
Wool and Furs.
Highest Market Prices. Prompt
t 0 and K2 Malu StreBt-Counell IJlutM.IoiYX
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
151-1 Douclaa Bt , , Onmlin , Neb.
LOTS IN FERRY ADDITION !
For a Short Tima I Will Offsr
In Ferry Addition to Council IflutU on tliu fol
lowing Terms :
InslrtoLots on Ave. A 8 f > 00
JualdeI.otsonAvo.lt MK )
Inside Lotbon Ave. O 410
Inside Lots on rir t Ave BT.O .
Insldo l.otb on Sfcond Ave TAX )
Inside Lots oil Third Ave CM )
Insldi ! Lots on .V. Kldo Fourth Ave 4M )
Inaldo Lots on S. Side Fourth Ave 400
Ctr AH Corner Lots till Jloro.
TE11MS One-tenth cash , balance In nine annual
optional payments , with 8 per cent la-
ttrest. payable annually. Will Rive con
tract for warranty deed and furnish ab-
stiuct when fully paid.
W. SIEWEiVJTOPF ,
No. 8. Nouh Main St. . Council Uluils , la.
SPECrALadvcrtlBcments.sucha < i Lost , Found ,
To Loan , For Sale. To Kent. Wants , Hoard
ing , etc. , will tie inserted In this column at the
low rnto of TUN CUNTS J'EH LINK for the nrsc
inseitlon nnd Five Cents I'er Line for e.ich sub
sequent insertion. Lcive advertisements at
our office. No. K 1'cnrl Stieet , near llroudway ,
Council lllulfs Ion a.
rp\vo nicely furnished rooms to rent , one of
JL them u larco front room with lire. Inquire
of Council Jllulls Investment Co.No. lll'eurlbt.
LADV agents wanted. A specialty which
bolls itself , AKvnts make wi ; pay with no
experience. 1'or particulars addess ] Mrs , U. C.
Harbour , ( ll'-i La Sallo avenuu , Chicago.
FOH HUNT Modern 10 room house , No. 223
South llth sts
It JtKN'T Nine loom house , coiner 6th
ave. and Sth bt. Apply on promises.
7'osltlon as housekeeper by a rom-
ii potent lady. Keferencua exchanged. 1'al-
mer iV Co. , is I'eni 1 st. , Council Hlulls.
FOIl HALE fiood Jo'cnr-nld hnrse. Kcntloand
Bound. HuinosHumi ton huiay. ; Will sell
cheap on easy terms If bold boon. Iiuiuliu t
KVZ vth t > t.
WANTKlJ-l'nsltion In millinery whop ns
trimmer , by lady of llvo years experience.
Call ou or address J'ulnier If Co. , " 8 I'uurl street ,
rOK HUNT Good H-room house -\\ltli \ imntry
and closeth ; 1UU barrel clHtern ; nonil bain
with stalls for Hvu horses. All In good ropiur.
W. C. btucy. No. 0 Main st.
I71UJI SALT.-Or Ilxchnnge A pooil craln elo-
J3 vator in an lovvu town , to sell or trudo for
farm land , Jotinston & Van ration , Council
lllulls , la.
FOR HUNT A JarKO number of good dwell-
Inps Call und examine list. II. 11. Slioato
& Co , , Ilioadway and Mam Bt , . up Blaiii.
FOU HUNT Two largo front IOOIIIH , fur
nished , ono block from fctrect car. Address
B , lice ollice , Council Hliiirs.
For a short time , the entire addition known
as "FAIK.MOUNT" located on tliu hlllu butureu
] itli and Itjth avenuus , three and a half blocks
cabt of Main street und thchamu fiom the Etreut
car line , Jt commands on extensive view of
Omiiln and COUIH II Hluird. This beautiful and :
lluuly located addition of
is offered at a prlco that will surely make the
investor from 7ft to Mpur tent within two ytari.
If you want a fturu ihiiu ; which you can
bcijiu yelling nt once at an iidv.iiico ot from 75
to t-0 per cent over what it costs you , cull on or
addri" > s II. 0. McUvv , HW Main fct. , or Toroit
Smith , ut the Ilruwn bulldlns Don t jink why
it is ollered BO low , but comu and see the prop
erty and bo convinced that we till it k-s than It
1 * . 'Jliesn lotn "ill bull now at finm i I0i to ( WJ
each. Wo don't want that for thoii ) . Itcmem-
bor tlili oilcr is only for a shoit time.
FORREST SMITH ,
Uoom 4 , 3rd Floor , Urown Uulldmtf.
TO GLEAN UP OUR IMMENSE STOCK ,
During the past season our sales have far ex
ceeded our expectations. As a result
we have an
IMMENSE OWITY OF REMNANTS
These goods wo must sell at some price , for wo have no
room to carry them , This is uo bargain sale but
Everything must go. The finest gods at your own prica
Here are a few sample prices :
Moqueucs $1.00 to $1.15. Rc-gular Price $1.50.
Wilton Velvets. . .7 0 to $1.00. Regular Price $1.40.
Body Brussels. . . . ; oc to $1.00. Regular Price $1.30.
Tapestry 400 to 6oc. Regular Price. . . .700 to $1.00.
Ingrains 150 to 5oc. Regular Price 3oc to 8oc4
A great many of these patterns are large enough for rooms'
The sale will open to-day and continue until all is sold out.
Come early for choice.
COME BLUFFS CARPET CO ,
NO : 4O5 BROADWAY.
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
No. 1O3 Main St. , Council Bluffs.
Now that'the New Bridge is done wo have all that is
needed to bring the good people of Omaha to our beautiful
city , and give them inducements to buy cheaper than any
where else. "We propose to make such low prices to our
Omaha friends that will insure us at least a portion of their
trade. Our stock is not excelled by any in our line. "Wo
sell the beautiful
HARDMAN , FISHER , A. B. CHASE ,
Everett , Pease & Howard Pianos , and the ROYAL CEN.
TUIIY Organ. Sell for cash or on time. Our stock of small
musical instruments , strings , sheet music and music books
. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted lot
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators ,
Specifications and estimates furnished for complete steam plant ? . Regulation , Durability Ouar *
antced. Can show letters fiom users wheie fuel Uconomy Is equal with Corliss Nou-Coudonslnc.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 510 Pearl Street , Council 1)lull's. )
. . . . (
H - - Hydraulic anil Sanitary Engineer. Plnns , Estimates ,
t Specifications. Supervision of Public Work. Brown
Building , Council Blufl's , Iowa.
HIM I CV Dl IDl T " Attorney at Law , Second Floor Brown Building , 115
MlNLLT DUrmL" Pearl St. , Council Blufls , Iowa.
V | MHM
CPU I IDT Justice of the Prace. Office over American Express , No. 419
N , OVM U f\L. - Broadway , Council Bl tills , Iowa.
J ? , Q\/IQ | | \ / " " Attorneys at Law , Practice in the State and Fid era
O6 OIIVlO" Courts. Onice Rooms 7 and 8 , Shugarl-Beno Block ,
Council Blull'b , Iowa.
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H ; PETHYBRIDGE & CO.f PROPS.
Manufacturers nntl Wholesale Dealers in
Saru.sage of .11 IHIIricLs ,
Orders Promptly Filled und Delivered.
No. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
F. J. BREZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently located at No. 11 North ( ! th St. , opposite 1'ostofUco , on Motor
Line , Council Hindu , Iowa.
If you have hpccimcnh don't wait for prices. Send tliern to him before they
spoil. If you dent want them after they are mounted , ho will pay you tlio
hiffhcht market price for them. Will maUo u specialty of bead aad
of fur.s during the winter.
NO. 29 MAIN STREET.
Latest Not cities In
JllltS. C1. I.
A Complete Stock of
and HEATING STOVES
, ewer than the lowest goods gold on easy pay.
IK'IUH at Cash 1'rlccs
Tor ttioaccomod.ulon of Woi kinsmen , I will
ccpopen Hund.ty from 6 a , m , to 1 p. m.
Tor Second Hand Hoods In good order I will
my full valuv. i-pccUl Inducement to Omalm
A. J. MANDEL ,
JVos. W.l anil ! tli5
A SJ'KUAl/I'V. '
JOII.V 42IfIiitT : ,
Nn. 6U1 Main Htrm t ,
Council llluflW , In ,
Correspondents Jlentlon This 1'aper.
GEO. H. MESCHENDORE
Will sell for cabh , meat at the following prlceaf
lion , III'.IK : . I'OHTKKIIOUHH. . 10 < J
COHN IIIU'.I1 , 1'OltlCIJIIOI' . . . .Vd
BIIOIII.Ur.KUUABTdo I'OltK KOABT. . ,80
III II 110 A HI' . .fie HAMS i . l-'iio
KOIINII KTIIAK Ho IIACON 120
VHAI < AND MUTTON KTKWH 4a
Vl'.AIiAND-MU'JTON UOABTH . . . . , B < J
And all other Meats In the same
No. 14 Pearl St. NO , TIL. : NO. ioi (
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