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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; TJpJESDAY. ? DECEMBER C. 1888.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 1M2AIUJ
Delivered l > y carrier In Any Tart of the City a
TV. rnty Cents l'cr\Veek.
IIV. . T1I/10N . . MANAOEil ,
llrFt.sr.pfl Orncn No. 13.
NKIIIT KniToii , No. 21.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Coal and wood. U.E.Mayno , 010 B'wny ,
Klepant overcoatings at A. Kcitor's ,
merchant tailor , 310 Broadway.
The members of the Hoynl Arcanum will
meet In their hnll thl evening in n icciul
party. Kvery member with his family Is ex
pected to ho present.
There will be n social this evening nt All
Saints' church , corner of Third nvcnuo and
ElKhtccnth street. Refreshments will bo
served. Kverybody welcome.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ann Lane took
plnco yesterday from the family residence ,
corner of Avenue H and Tenth street. The
deceased leaves u husband and six children.
The sale of land and town lots for delin
quent taxes of IbS" and preceding years was
not completed nt the olllcu of the county
treasurer Monday and was continued untl
Monday , tdo 17th lust ,
The local lodge of tlio Ancient Order of
Hibernians will hold a special meeting nexl
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock , In their hal
in St. Joseph's academy , for the purpose of
Bottling up Hp.cclul business.
f Tickets for "Trial By Jury" nro put on
Bale ot Council Bluffs carpet company ,
Urockett ft Carnis and nt Camp & Kills.
The diagram is nt the last named place ,
where seats may oo reserved to-day.
The funeral of Jerry O'Uonnell , a well
known resident of this city for a number of
yearn , took place at 0 o'clock yesterday
morning from bit Frnncls . ' .avier's church
TllO llcCCUBUU rtll-ib IXlj .VCltrS Of JlgO.
Mr. Charles Baotens' sight Hinging class
will meet this evening at the residence of
Mrs. U. W. Bushiu-11 , corner Willow avenue
und Fourth street , Bancroft. Members are
requested to b o In their places promptly at
7SO.The flro department was called out at 5:50 :
o'clock yesterday morning by u blaze on Glen
avenue. The alarm was a still ono and only
No. 4 hose responded. The damage was very
small , as the lire was confined t the kitchen ,
\vhoro it originated.
The sidewalks around the court house have
finally been relieved of the heavy coating of
dlit which was washed down upon them be
fore the present curbing around the grounds
was put in place. It Is a change highly ap
preciated by the traveling publ.e.
Marriage liccnucs have been hsiieU to Al
frcd J. Allen , of this city , and Miss Sophia
Monce , of Lexington , ICy. , and Henry Wild
and Miss Flora M. Uurchard , both of this
county. The ceremony for the former couple
was performed yesterday by Uov. D. C.
Franklin , of the Broadway M. E. church.
The board of trade meeting to have been
held Tuesday evening was postponed until
to-morrow evening , us there was no quorum.
It certainly sccins as though liftecn members
could bo induced to respond to the c , ill , when
there Is business of much importance , as
the union depot project , to be considered.
It is stated on good authority that the in"
Junction obtained against the city some time
ego to prevent the Issuance of any moro
bonds to pay for the paving of street inter
sections will to day bo dismissed. The case
is known as that of Ira Plainer vs City , and
has caused considerable interest in the move
ments of the council , who were charged with
unwlso and illegal expenditures und appro
The recently organized Eiseman hose team
Las elected the following ofllccus : Captain ,
Charles Nicholson ; assistant captain , Charles
Watts ; manager , Jesse Walters. They held
another meeting this evening nt No. 4 hose
house. The Bono hook und ladder company
will also bo organized this week , nnd another
hose team , the name of which is not yet de
termined. Money will bo raised 'by subscrip
tion with which to purchase racing carts and
the rival companies will uiuko things lively
DS soon as spring opens.
Mrs. Mayor Ilohrer gave an elegant
luncheon and pleasing homo entertainment
nt 1 o'clock yesterday to a select number of
lady friends. Her guests from abroad wore
Mrs. Mayor Broatuh , of Omaha ; Miss Ilicc ,
of Chicago , who is visiting Mrs. S. P. Me-
Council , and Mrs. Fanny Kellogg-Bachcrt ,
of Omaha. The hospitalities extended were
fully in keeping with the spirit of magna
nimity which is possessed by the good lady
hostess to n degree not excelled by even our
city's distinguished head , Mayor Holder.
Dr. Cleaver , North Main st. Tol. H7.
Sec W. C. Stacy's ad.
For Exchange For dry goods , SCO
acres flno lands. Noinciunbranco. Title
perfect. Will put land in at low n'fjuro.
Call and see us. C. B. Investment Co. ,
No. 10 Pearl st. , Council Blutfs , la.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ofllce , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wncrons , personal property of nil kinds ,
and all ether articles of value without
removal. All Tjusinoss strictly confi
Dr. C. C. Iluzon , dentist , opera house
Bargains in real estate in all parts of
the city , W. S. Cooper , 130 Main street.
J.G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
Fine holiday goods for twenty days at
prices that will surprise you. Call and
bo convinced. J. D. Stewart's drug
Btoro , 030 Broadway.
If you want to stop paying rent and
buy ( i IIQUSO and lot on monthly pay
ments , with warranty deed , call on C.
B. Judd , OOfl'Broadway.
Mrs. O. II. Liftas leaves this morning for
Glcnwood for a few weeks visit with rela
Charlie Bray , n well known young man of
this city , nnd son of Theodora IJrny , left
yesterday for his ranch in Wyoming. From
Ihere ho will go to Now Mexico on b pros
pecting nnd business trip.
Hon , J. C. Blackford nnd wife , of Algona ,
In. , are visiting with tholr frlonds , Captain
D. P. Clark and wlfo , ( kit ! Third street. Mr.
Ulnckford and wlfo have been in atttcnd-
anco on the National Grange nt Toppita ,
Kan. Mr. Blackford is the master of the
Iowa State Grango. Ho goes from hero to
Dos Molnos on Monday next to bo in attend-
nuco on the Nineteenth sessionlof the lown
Stnto Grunge , which convenes on Tuesday
L. Hirsclit&Co.107 und -109 South
10th st. , Omaha , nro now the solo agents
for western Iowa for the celebrated
L Val. Dlutz Milwaukee bottle beer , the
beet in the market for family use ,
For Rent Two now store rooms in
good locution ; Nos. 737 nnd 730 Broad
way. S. Suunclers , 30 Pearl st.
\V. S. Cooper has cash on hand to loan
ou approved city property , No. 130
Improved and vacant property in all
parts of the city ; ' 00x150 foot on Glen
oven uo , cast front , n bargain ; business
property on Broadway and Fourth
street. R. P. Ofllcer , North Main
etroot , Do Vcl'fl block , Council Bluffs.
r Pickled tripe and pigs' foot at Tib-
bitts , 815 Broadway.
Weather stripsjit Chapman 'B art fitoro ,
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lure , cults and ehirta by Cascade Laun
dry company ,
The London "TnilorV is the place to
got your clothes made. 037 Broadway.
Hock Spring coalGleuson , 20 Pearl
MY MARE A "GRATE" BREAK
Sheriff O'Noill'a Prisoncra Walk Out
SEVERAL OF THEM RETAKEN
Tlio Grniid Jurj Itnlict Sonic New
Ones The Proposed Klcetric
J'lnnt The OrlTlnc I'nrk
Kncnpc ot I'rlsoncrs.
Yesterday afternoon at 10 minutes after 8
o'clock the county Jnll was thrown Into com
motion by n wild rushing ot footsteps on the
btainvay lending from the main hull to the
second stairway. Mrs. O'Neillvifo \ of the
bherlff , rushed into the hull and saw a lot o
men disappearing through the doorway nm
down the outside steps. A glance told her
tlmt the fleeing tncn wore prisoners. She
raised an alnrm and a nephew of the sheriff
rushed out nnd caught the last fleeing pris
oner. The sheriff was quickly on the spot
nnd putting the would-be breaker Imclc into
the jail , turned his attention to the lleolnt ,
men. They lind ROHO in all directions , and
having a few minutes start all had gotten out
of slcht. It was not long before the alum
was Kcncrnl and ofllcers and citizens went ir
all directions to search for the runaways.
In the meantime an inspection of the Jail
was made and the mode of. escape asccr
talncd. The prisoners were confined in the
two side corridors , fronting the cast. Scpa
rating these from the rear corridor are grat
ings which nro kept locked. To obtain lib
crty it was necessity to lllo or cut the fasten
ings ( n lock nnd two chains ) from the door
In the lower gratlnp , climb up the cage to
the third story , pass over the cage , through
to the stairway , aim down into the lowoi
hall. This is what was done. U hat was
used to do the cutting , or who furnished it ,
nro mutters of conjecture but the suheino
and its execution arc generally charged upon
the confidence man who was confined there
An examination shows that cloven men
made a break for liberty and ten succeeded
In getting beyond the Jail walls. The break
ers arc Johnson and Diamond , the Ncohi
burglars , who have been scntonced to four
ji-ars each. Wood , Shoemaker , Sullivan ,
Kiiyuiond , Heynolds , Ferguson , Aull , Leon
ard and Mulligan. The latter was captured
before getting oft the grounds. About four
o'clock Captain Cousins drove up to the Jail
and unloaded Diamond and Johnson. He
found them skulking in the weeds north of
the fair ground. When covered with a re
volver they throw up their hands and gave
up without resistance. Captain Andean ,
of the merchants' police , was with Cousins
at the time of the capture. This is the first
jail delivery ever effected in this county
since Sheriff O'Neill has been in charge of
the jail , n period of about twenty years. The
sherifE has several times called the attention
of the board of supervisors to the irate
through which the prisoners escaped. 1L is
about seven feel high nnd two feet wide , und
was secured by only one small lock , which
was on the inside , so that the prisoners could
work on it at pleasure. In order to
strengthen it the sheriff added two chains ,
one at the top and the other at the bottom ,
which were also locked. When Mr. Pnuley ,
of St. Louis , the builder of the jail , was hero
last spring making repairs , his attention was
called to the gate by the sheriff. Mr. I'auley
stated that ho could make it more secure if
the supervisors ordered it , but that body re
fused to do so , and this long continued
neglect finally led to a jail delivery.
In nnsxver to a question as to how the
necessary tools could have been secured , the
sheriff said that any prisoner could easily
obtain help from the outside , and that ho was
unable to prevent it , owing to the manner in
which the Jail was constructed. The side
corridors nnd rear cells are within' easy
reach of the windows , which renders it an
easy matter to pass in anything to a prisoner ,
and the only way to prevent it Is to keep a
a couple of men on the watch on the outside
all of the time , day nnd night. On several
occasions tools have been found inside which
were secured in this manner. The utmost
vigilance is required to get possession .of
these articles as soon as they ure secured by
Fho prisoners. As shown by the escape of
yesterday , there was but a trilling obstacle
between' the prisoners and liberty. These
who remained say that it was less than
littcen minutes from the time the first work
was done until the last man was out of sight
ana hearing. There is no doubt but that
the tiuiely discovery of the break was all
that prevented n general delivery of the sev
enteen prisoners confined in the lower tier of
cells. The time was well chosen , as it would
have licen almost impossible to get out at
night , when all prisoners arc confined in
their cells benind heavy steel bars , through
which one night's cuttini ; would not take
them. The jail breakers watched their op
portunity and made their successful move
during the absence of the assistant at the
Captain Anderson captured Charles Aull ,
another one of the escaped prisoners , near
13ig Lake , just at dusk. The follow had
been in company with Johnson ami Diamond
mend , but parted company with them while
the officer was chasing them. Aull dropped
out of the path into the weeds and the former
passed within u few feet of him without see
Anderson was aware , however , that there
had been three in the party , and remained to
search for the missii g one , whi e Cous
ins took the others back to jail.
Aull remained in the weeds and crawled
on his hands and knees over a quarter of a
milo before the officer found him. He was
soon returned to his old quarters. Anderson
left on the Kansas City train at 0:15 : for
Pacific Junction , a report being received
that two of the prisoners had been seen
making that way about dark. The principal
prisoners were the ones first recaptured , und
aside from thorn Shoemaker , Sullivan 'and
Ha.vinoud were the only ones who had reason
to fear u term in the pen.
It will now go hard with nil of them , if
caught , as their act will earn for each of
them an additional term In jail. Leonard's
term would huvu been out in two weeks
more. Ho was in for passing tools Into the
jail to the notorious "Hilly" Edwards , over
two years ago.
For Sale First class grocery stock
nnd fixtures. Will take part Council
13 lull's property. Council HlutTs Invest
ment Co. , room 10 , I'ourl fat. , Council
Dlull's , la.
The Council HltitTs Lumber Co , wnnt
you to try tome of the If coul.
See Forrest Smith'- , special column. .
- S. B. WauBworih & Co. loan money.
AH grades hard coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
The Driving Pni-k.
The stockholders of the Union Driving
Park association mot at the board of trade
rooms last evening for the purpose of fur
ther considering the question of soiling the
[ > ark and closing up the business of the asso
ciation. The committee appointed nt the
previous meeting to investigate the matter
Jesirod moro time , which was granted.
Quito a lengthy discussion ensued as to the
advisability of soiling out entirely , or of
making arrangements to continue ten years
more. Nothing decisive was agreed upon ,
ind the meeting adjourned until next
Wednesday evening , When the comtnlUeo
will uiako its report ,
Sleigh bolls , sleds and skates ,
OUKLL & BRYANT , 618 Main st.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
* ' *
Money loaned on fuinlturo , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value nt low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A , A. Clark & . Co. , otllco cor , Broadway
and Main , over Ainorioan express ,
The Work Goes On.
The revival meetings are increasing in in.
tcrest from night to night and from day to
day. The meeting of Tuesday night was of
special interest. A largo number mani
fested a desire to ho Christiana. The text ,
'There is no Difference , " was followed by a
very impressive discourse , which riveted the
attention nf the largo audience and led many
to feel that they were lost without Christ
The second meetings arc seasons of thrilllnt
interest , The plain , pungent preaching o
Mr , Stnend , accompanied by the sweet song
of Mr. Smith , are evidently resu.tlnt : In
much good. The meetings at 3 p. m , , nro
very Instructive and beneficial , and nr
daily increasing In attendance.
Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glca-
fcon , 'JO Pearl street.
All grades toft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Sec Forrest Smith's special column.
Tlio IlruHli Folk * Tnlk
Mr. Kmll L. Oppcrmnn , ot the Brush
electric company , is In the city looking eve
iho field witli a view ot establishing hero a
system of incandescent lighting for business
houses nnd residences , The lint rates pro
posed arc TO cents a light for such as bun
till 10 o'clock in the evening , 1)0 ) cents for 12
o'clock lights and fl.bO for all night lights
The lights can bo turned on or off nt pleas
urc , the snme as gas , and the rates are certainly
tainly low , ns compared with the present
rates 01 ° gas. It Is the purpose of the com
pany , if it establishes n plant here , to pro
vldo light in the daytlmo also. If there is a
demand for such. There are few places ai
present where such lights nro needed , but if
there is a demand the Hrusli company has
the same facilities for furnishing such light
ns any other company has.
The company proposes furnlsfilng motor
also for manufacturing purposes. It asks for
an exclusive privilege , or bonus , nnd nvow1
the commendable policy of being willing to
compote in quality and price , and submit ti
the workings of the law for the survival ol
the fittest. It lays claims of not only offer
ing equal inducements to any other company
but in some points superiority.
Loans inmlo on city business and resi
dence property. Notes bought. Kim
ball-Champ Investment company.
The Council Bluffs Investment com
pany are now prepared to loan money on
real estate on llrst mortgages at lowest
rates. Have sevornl.nuro tracts to hell.
Two 40 acre tracts for platting , one 13 ,
ono 3U and one 17. Also houses and lots
in best locations in the city at low fig
ures and on cat-y terms. Call and bee
us. Room 10 , 1'carl street.
GEO. H' . MESCHENDORF
NO. : t2T } KItOAIMVAY
Buys his cuttle from first-class responsible
linns , such as Swift < fc Son , or from llrst-
olass farms , such as N. M. Pusoy's , and
others. No worn-out milk cows sold in this
market , as has boon the liabit in the markets
of Council 131uffs heretofore.
Price list of our ments. Nothing but first-
class fat beef , pork , mutton anil veal :
CENTS ITU i.n.
Boil Uccf 3 to 4
Corn Heof ! J to 4
Shoulder Steal ; 5 to 0
Shoulder Roast S
Hib Koust 0
Standing Prime Hib Koast 7
Short. Porter House Steak 9
Long Porter House Steak 10
Sirlom Steak 10
Pork Koast b
Pork Chops and Steak j
Veal Steak 10
Mutton Chops 10
Venl anil Mutton -Roast it )
Veal and Mutton Stew 4
SujjarCured Hams 11
Lard 10 to 12
Poultry , Fish , Butter and Oysters con
stantly on hand. Mince Meats , Saner Krout ,
Pickled Tripe ami Pigs Feet at lowest inar-
Icct price. Don't forget the number
NO. 27 ISItOAUWAY.
WANTED A competent nirl for general
liousoworK.Apply 227 SouthCth st.
t\7"ANTi:0-airl for general housework. No.
018 4th St. , .Mrs. C C. Troxell.
POUND A bunch ot new keys. Call nt Uco
Ill AVE sold my livery to Mr. Seedon.of lown ,
ami sold all outstanding accounts to Charles
Unison , and If there la any bill against me not
settled , please. send In your bill to me , JilOT
Douglas st. , Omaha , ana I will pay It.Vm. .
TOOK KKNT Modern 10-room house , No. IT.
JL1 South ( jth st.
ROOMS to rent Three rooms. No. Til 5th avo.
1 front room , bay window , nicely furnished ,
lo Tor gent nnd wife ; rent cneap. Cull at ho. 10
1'earlbt. , Council lllulls Investment Co.
TT1OU SAM" Good 4 year-olrthorso , gentle-nod
JL1 sound , lliunesa and top buggy. Will sell
: heap on easy terms If sola soon. Inquire t
SALE For iv short time , the en
tire addition known ns "PAIR-
MOUNT" located on the hills ho-
; wcon 13th nnd Kith avoiuies , three nnd
i half hlooks east of Main street nnil
the siiino from Iho htroet car line. It
commands an oxtenbivo vio\v of Omaha
Hid Council Blurt's. This bonutsful and
inoly located addition of forty-two lots
, s oll'orod at u price that will surely
make the investor from 7/5 / to 80 per
cent within two years. If you want u
sure thinff which you can begin selling
it once tit an advance of from 75 to 80
; > or cent over what it costH you , call on
ir address II. G. McGee , 10 ! ! Main at , ,
jr Forest Smith , at the Brown building1.
Don't able why it is ollored bo low , but
come nnd ueo the property and bo con
vinced that wo toll it less than it is.
Those lots will sell now at from $300 to
WOO each. "Wo don't want that for
them. Remember this oiler is only for
i short time ,
FORREST SMITH ,
Room 4 , Urd Floor , Hrown Ijulldliif.
-S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. SOB.
COUNUlti BMTPFS , t I IOWA
Examine the following prices for cash only
ind Imy your meats urcbseil at home. I will
sell until further notice a.a rollout ) :
ihouldtr and chuck roast r C to f-o
rlmurlb roust. . . . . . . to
'hucketealc , , . . , fa
lonnd steak StolOo
ilrloln steak. . lOo
'ortcrlioubo Btealc. , lOc
lollliiK beef 4 to to
kluttonHtew , , . . , GO
Mutton IcfH. . . , Co
'orn beef 4 to fie
I'orkroast , : lOc
i'orkchopa and steak , , , . . , . . , H'c
Ljml , pur * nnd our own make T2o
Jousage , our own make. , . lOo
llemember this Is the only HOME DHK6S
M HAT MA IIKKT In the city. No foreign meats
C. L. MUNAS , No. 821 Main St ,
[ 'olephtmo No. 239.
GEfJF GE METCALF
No. 14 Pearl St.
20 PER CENT DISGODNT
03ST ALL CASH SALES !
FORCED CONCESSION SALE
Unequalled and surprising Bargains in
. Closufes ,
ClothLirLg : : : ? Boots < Ss Slbuoes
At 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 FOUU
STORY BLOCK , which wo are erecting on the old Pacific House Site. ,
Customers will not waste their timeof they read what wo have to say. Nor will
they bo deceived when they rome to see our goods and learn our prices.
Everything will bo found exactly as wo say. Wo olTor a discount of " ( I per con
ON ALL CASH SALES
On everything wo have in our houso.
Now is your time to buy.
Do not miss this opportunity. Low , prices always inako us buvand wo nro go
ing to tniiko
LOW PRICES MAKE YOU BUY !
We adopted this method of slaughtering our goods just ono week ago , nnd the
result has been that-our STOKE IS CROWDED with customers all day long , so
much M ) that wo have added
Extra force of Competent Salesmen ,
And Sales Ladies to wait on our customers.
People are coming from Omaha and from hundreds of miles to take advantage
Our regular prices have always boon conceded to be the lowest offered in the
west , and when you got 20 per cent , extra discount on your bill , bee what you are
saving Uy buying from us. Wo want to and must
CLOSE OUT OUR STOCK
For reasons above named. CALL AND SEIC US.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
HENRY EISEMAN & CO ,
M 314,316,318 , , Si 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BROADWAY IOTS ,
FlltST AVHNUJS liOTS , ,
b-EltRY ADDITION hOTH ,
PEU11Y ADDITION IjOTS.
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADD , LOTS ,
ISRYANT & CLi.lKK'K
ADDITION LOT8 ,
STUKET'S ADDITION liOfS. AliSO
2O ACRES OK
THE BEST PROPERTY IN TOWN
KOK l Ij\TTlNG.
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone m No. 9 Main Street.
LOTS' ! TERRY TDDITIOK ]
For a Short Tima I Will Offer
In 1'erry Addition to Council Jllulls on the fol
io wing Terms :
Inside- Lots on Ave. A . 8 fiOO
Insldal.otson Avo. II . WO
Inside Lots on Ave. C . * . " > ( )
lusldu Jjotson First Ave . ti.0
Inside Lots on Second Ave . M
Inside Lots on Third Avu . fifK )
InHldo Lots on N. Sldn Kourth Ave . 4M
Iiibldo Lots on 8. Sldu Fourth Ave . 410
IWAn Corner Lots $ > More.
TEHMS One-tenth cash , balance In nine annual
optional payments , with K per cent In
terest. payuulu annually. Will Klve con
tract for warranty deed nnd inriilsu ab
stract when fully paid.
\v. .siii > i : ,
No. 8. North Muin St , . Council lllnirs. la. i
LOOK AJ THE IRISHMAN !
J. M. SCANLAN ,
Will soil for cash :
Shoulder and Cuuck Itonst . . . . . . .6 to tic
'rime Hib lloast . 80
ymckKtrnk . Do
( omul Btonk . Fo
sirloin Btfiik . lUc
'ortcrhoiiHo Steak . . . . . . lOo
lollliiK Heef . < c
Mutton Stew . Tie
Mutton Legs . . " . tc
Jorn Uei'f . . 4o
Pork KoiiHt . lUc
ork Chops and Htouk . , . I Ho
, ard , our owm muUu . J"c
Sausueu . Fo
All other meatH In the same pioixirtlon. l-'reo
Dellveiy. Orders Hunt by children receive
prompt attention uud ure correctly tilled.
RED HEADED !
- ) I AM ( -
MAD ! MAD ! MAD !
And will sell meat for the following prices for
Shoulder and Chuck Uo.ast . Static
1'ilme Hib Koast . Cc
Chuck Steak . tic
Hound Steak . 8c
SIrlo n Stunk . Kto
1'orterhouso Steak . 10o
Hjillrjg Jiecf . 3UHc
Mutton Stew . , . Be
Mutton Legs . be
Corn Ileef . ; tto4d
Porkltoaht . lee
Pork Chops And Steak . lOc
Laid , our own make . U'c
SiiusaRe . tc
And all other meals In the fiumo pronortlou.
114 East Ilroadway.
1 sell 1'ottawattamio County Jleats , wrnpi'o J
up In Council lllulls Paper. Free Delivery.
Tuns. Opncr.n. W. H. M. PUSEV.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner Main and Ilroadway ,
COUNUlti UIjUKKS , IOWA.
Dcaluis In foreign r.nd domestic exchange.
Collections made ami Interest paid on tlmodo-
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal t )
The K < ll on Mlmcocrnpli , the best n | > pnnitus for
munlfulilliiK , nutiih'inplili' ami typu wntln. vrurk.
bUU cupU'NiHU ba lukon.
The Escelslor Co..Council Bluffs , la.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
151-1 DouiilnH He. , Omaha , Nob.
A NEW AND ELEGANT LINE OF
OF EVERY KIND AND QUALITY AT
* LOW PRICES !
SILK MITS , WORSTED MITS , ETC. , ETC.
CALL AND SEE !
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK IN EVERY
401 BROADWAY , - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
GREAT CUT SALE !
TO GLEAN UP OUR IMMENSE STOCK.
During the past season 9ur sales have far exceeded -
ceeded our expectations. As a result
we have an
IMMENSE QUANTITY OF REMNANTS
These goods we must sell at some price , for we have uo
room to carry them , This is no bargain sale but
A WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER !
Everything must go. The finest gods at your own price
Here are a few sample prices :
Moquettes $ r.oo to $1.15. Regular Price $1.50.
Wilton Velvets. . .760 to $ i.oo. Regular Price $1.40.
Body Brussels. . . .700 to $1.00. * Regular Price $1.30.
Tapestry 4oc to 6oc. Regular Price. . . .7oc to $1.00.
Ingrains i5c to 5oc. Regular Price 300 to Soc.
A great many of these patterns arc large enough for roomsj
The sale will open to-day and continue until all is sold out.
Come early for choice.
COUNCILlLUFFS CARPET CO ,
NO : 4O5 BROADWAY.
Especially Adapted foe
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER. Mills and Elevators,1
Specifications nnd estimates furnished for complete steam plants. ItcKiilatlon , Durability Guar
anteed. Can HUOW utters fioin users where fuel Economy IB equal with Corliss Non-Couileiiilug.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Soncl for Catalogue. No. olO 1'curl Street , Council Ululfu.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
ot'Nrii Hi.rrrs P. C. Do Vol's Stoic - , No. I OMAHA - Carpenter lippr Co. , No. Ill
.104 Middle Uroadway. Telephone No. 87. | Loii'liis ) ( Street. Tclupliouu No. 2Gfl.
C. K. G. A. IJKHI.INOllOK
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects. Designers anil Superintendents cl ? Stonr JS Z0'
T0 DEALEn dlsjount
Mr. IlcrliiiKlior AMIS HCUMI years ultli No. 2iy Main Stt'oat.
Mcndclcsohn , Fisher A : Joury 'l ' ' 'as '
( h-signi'd muny of ( ho llm' > n Iofl _
in Oniiiliu and Council lllnirs. Q , H , MCUANELD , & pn .
Plans anil Siieciflcations Prepared and uirjpn T iinw ppi | .
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StUll ( > , llOOItl * Ot > Cfll JlHtlHO JHUCI * h | U1 ( ] Ksilu,1Bt | > i ( ouncll HIlIirH. lown. -
RETAIL , 34O B
We carry tlip largest stock In the west , covering 2O.OOO sciuare feet of Hoor. We do the largest business ! We sell at the lowest prices
We deal direct with European manufacturer's and pay no jobber's profits.
"WIEJ aP-A/ST S
Cash talks , and we are always in position to
Offer You Genuine
We offer you for 8O days. In new and fresh goods and good selections , the following :
LOT 1 IJand-palntod Cupsldors , ors , each 25o Also Full Line of Best Makes In C'HOICJ PIECES I.V
euch 16c LOT 0 Ko o Jars , Hllcd with per
LOT 2 Good Majolica Cuspidors , fumed ro e loaves , each 5o Royal Worcester
each 35o LOT 10 Genuine China decorated ,
LOT 8 English Decorated Chamber Fruit or Ice Crcom bets , per sot 2.60 and Solid ilvcr , Taplitz
ber Sots $2 05 LOT 11 Genuine Chifia Fruit
LOT 4 English Dccorutod 60- Plates , assorted decorations , per
plcco Ton Sots $3 75 dozen 1.75 Rich Cut Gla s Royal Dresden , j
LOT 12 An elegant Hand Painted
LOT 6 100-ploco ( genuine gold-
bnnd und hund-piuntod ilowors ) VIIBO Lamp , with shade to Vienna
Wodffowood DinnorSot , per sot.$12 00 match , line burner , complete ,
LOT 0-EngUsh Docoruted Full each 3J Q Bronzes and , Royal Saxony ,
Dinner Sot , new fluted shapes , And n great many moro bargains
nor set , i . 88 50 which our limited space will not permit Bonn Faeience , etcj
LOT 7 Nice and choice Jot of us to enumerate. Clioice Dinner , Tea , Fish , Game , Soup ,
Decorated Genuine China An Inspection will save
Creamers , each 25o Visitors and purchasers equally welc
Ice Cream Sets
LOTB Larffo Moss Rose Pitch- you money. and ,
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