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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , DECEMBER 7 , I8sa
THE DAILY BEE.
OFMCC. xo in i i\iitj STIIKIST.
I tlhcrcJliy cnrrlrr In Anv 1'nrl of the Pity n
'r\\rnty Cents 1'criek. .
H.V. . TIMON MANAUKH.
. Ornir. No. 41.
NKIIIT KniTon , No.'Jt.
N , V. Plumbing company.
Board of trade meeting this evening.
Conlnml wood. E.K.Mayno , 01 U B'wny.
Minnie Mnddcrn is billed here for the Wtli
Elegant overcoatings at A. Holler's ,
merchant tailor , . ' 110 Broadway.
Richard W. Morris and Minnie Sprlnk ,
both of Omaha , have been granted legal leave
to wed by the county clerk.
When the motor line begins operation the
horse cars will bo taken oft from Hroadwny ,
cast of the Indian creek bridge , but will run
from theie to the transfer depot.
The lodge rooms at Masonic temple arc In
the hands of P. C. Miller , the decorator , and
already give promise of the artistic beauty
which will bo scon lu their completion.
The Unity Guild party nt the residence of
K H. Gardiner last evening was well at
tended , mid It was a merry gathering Indeed ,
Refreshment ! ) and games added to the pleas
ure of the occasion
Go nnd hear the music on the banjo and
guitar , and buy some of the lovely fancy
work nnd get your supper at thu Uroadway
Methodist church tills evening , Refresh
ments served after U o'clock. Admission
Yesterday , at the home of the bride's pa
rents in Hurdm township , were married Miss
Flora M. Hlrclmrd and Mr. Henry Wild.
'i ho young couple are very popular In their
home and begin life uiidorthu most promising
auspices. The Rev. G. W. Crofts , of the
Congregational church , solcmni7cd the union.
On account of the horrible condition of the
sidewalks on Washington avenue the city
has now n threatened damage suit litOii Its
hands , and unless attention is given here and
the walks put in good shape before they are
covered with snow it Is more than probable
that the city will have other similar cases to
It is thought that the robber of William
ICcellne's residence is ono IJoug McGulre ,
who is now conllncd in the Jail at Lincoln ,
Neb. An ofllccr will go after him , and if ho
can ho released from the petty charge on
which be m held there ho will be brought
back to Council Bluffs.
Yesterday afternoon at 4 ; ! 0 o'clock the
Jury in the case of J. T. Stewart vs the city
of Council Uluffs , announced that they had
agreoJ upon n verdict. Judge Loofborough
was notified and the verdict was opened.
The plaintiff was awarded damages amount
ing to $ " ) ( ) and interest. The amount claimed
and sued for , vub t < l,3" ( ) .
There are no new developments in the Jail
break of Wednesday. The prisoners who
were caught , as noted In yesterday's Hnt : ,
charge the con. mun with doing the sawing
of the locks. Descriptions of the escaped
men have been wired all over the country ,
but as yet nothing has been heard as to their
Yesterday's real estate transfers included
sales by T. J. Evans to N. M. Hurley , ot Ne
braska , lots 10 and H m block 1S.S ( > 45 0 ° , and
lots ! > , 1C and 17 in 3 , 4 in .1 and 11 and 13 in 4 ,
fjh84 : all in Evans' second bridge addition.
W. S Mayne and A. S Hazolton to F. W.
Mallard , lots .I and ( i in block 3 , Picrco's sub. ;
nlio the sale of the property at No. 157
Broadway , by W. F. Sapji , Jr. , to M. V.
S The stores are putting on their holiday
clothes and present a very attractive app6ir-
ance. There are many beautiful displays.
Among these are Eiscman's , Council Bluffs
Carpet company , Manrer's , Lun.l llros. nnd
Neal's crockery stores , and Stuart's drug
store. All the book and Jewelry stores have
elegant displays ; in fact , one must be rcrv
bard to suit who cannot llnd what Ho wants
In the stores of the Home merchants.
Dr. Cleaver , North Main st. Tel. 147.
See W. C. Stacy's ad.
Money loaned at L. B. Crafts & Co.'s
loan ollice , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
whgons , personal property of all kinds ,
' and all other articles of value without
j' . removal. All business strictly confi
Dr. C. C. Ha/.eii , dentist , opera house
Bargains in real estate in nil parts of
the city , W. S. Cooper , 1UO Main street.
J.G. Tipton has bargains in real estate.
The London "Tailor's" is the place to
got your clothes made. 037 Broadway.
D. O. Finch , of DCS Moincs , spent yester
day in the city.
Dr. S. Stewart lett yesterday noon for the
cast on u short visit.
H. A. Talbott and wife , of Spokane Falls ,
W. T. , were registered at the Ogdun yester
\V. W. Nason has entered the employ of
Dr. Houghton , the pharmacist on Upper
Go to Neal's for holiday goods before
the rush commences.
"Wo have some of the best bargains in
tho'city in ohenp lots and easy terms.
Also hoiihos and lots from $ SOO up , on
terms and payments to suit purchaser.
Call and see us and got prices and
lormsv Council Bluffs Investment Co. ,
No 10 Pearl street , Council BlufTs , la.
The Council BlulTs Lumber Co. want
I you to try some of their coal.
See Forrest Smith's special column.
S. B. Wadsworth it Co. loan monoy.
All grades html coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
* , Sleigh bolls , tilods and skates.
OUKU , it BltVANT , C13 Main st.
Have our wagon call for vour soiled
clothes. Cascade Luuadry Co.
Kcfklnt ; thn IjoHt.
Yesterday morning Captain Anderson took
a team and wont south to Pacific Junction In
search of clues to the Jail breakers. That
territory was thoroughly scoured , but
nothing could bo learned. At Hlnton Station
men at work In the sand pit said they had
seen live mon at 0 o'clock a. m..turn into the
brush a little ways from that point. Captain
Anderson took a run through the woods for
several hours , but nothing could bo ascer
tained , and the ofllcnr returned to Council
Bluffs. If these are the runaways their
chances of final escape are slim , for all the
roads are well watched night and day ,
See Forrest Smith's special column.
Weather strips at Chapman's art store.
Money loaned on fuinituro , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair nnd honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark it Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express ,
Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glca-
EOii , ! 20 Pearl street.
All grades soft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Near to Donth's Door ,
Colonel Swan , an old settler living at the
earner of Studcsman and Plorco strout , is
lying at the point of death , his demise being
hourly expected ,
Bee Forrest Smith's Hpoclal column.
Loans made on city business and resi
dence property , Notes bought. Kim-
bnll-Cliunip Investment company.
Ruck Spring coat , Gleason , 20 Pearl
NEWS OF COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
A Brldo Who Docs Not Remember
DEATH OF MR. E. E. HARKNESS ,
Tlic Woodmen nn l Tliclr Wives
SprnUin For t lie Horticultur
ists IMltcn by n Cixt
The City Council.
A Striuiirc Slnrrlnco.
Justice Barnett Is In receipt of a letter
from nn attorney nt Uinvood , Neb , , which
recites the cuso of ft client of ills. It Is , to
saythclwist , "worry pccoolnr. " It Htntcs
tlnit on the lith of November , 1-sS" , ono Win.
liuuklcy nml his client , whose maiden jiurno
was Surah Lewis , both of Lovcliind , In. ,
were for were supposed to bo ) JoincJ In
matrimony by Justice Unrnctt. The Judy
states that nt that time she win very 111 "nml
Unit liucliluy forcca her to promlso to marry
him at the point of a revolver ; tlint iiftor the
promisdViis made she was given somcthiiiK
which she thinks \vni a powerful ilruj , ' , for
of the marriage she remembers nothnu , ' . The
ntlldavit of the physician who attended her
stales that ho attended her at lu.ist once a
day and that bhe was bed-fast. She further
stales that after livlnp with her thieo days
Huckley left her nnd she hns not seen him
Hlnce. The Justice is asked to give such in
formation In the case as his memory or
records will furnish.
'Iho Justice states that ho never performed
n murriajro while cither of thu parlies wore
in bed. Ovldo Vien and ono FroJcrlclc
Frcdcrk'kson were witnesses of thu mar-
ruiRO. Vlcn states tlrnt the party came to
the Justice s onice und the ceremony was per-
tornied there ; that the second witness came
with the prmrli'als nnd appeared to bo ono of
the party. Tim bride subscribed her name
Salllo Louie instead of Surah Lewis , which
this lady -states her name to bo , and daughter
of William Lewis , of Lovehmd township.
According to the statements inudo and the
records in the case , there lire sovernl mys
teries , which would bo most interesting if
thov could be unravelled. If the lady was
bedfast nt homo and attended by n physician ,
who was it that personated her in the mar
riage and for what purpose was it done * The
story presents n very peculiar series of inci
dents which arc improbable If the actions ot
the parties wcie legitimate , and if there was
anything crooked in the matter it would bo
interesting to Know the inside of the case. It
apparently needs a detective as well as a
r. The lady Is suing for divorce.
Grand opening gale sit Neal's , "Ho
Broadway , T hurbduy , I-'ridny and Satur
day , crocUoi'y and china.
See Chapman for Christinas presents.
Fine holiday goods for twenty days at
prices that will surprise you. Call and
bo convinced. .T. D. Stewart's drug
store , OoO Broadway.
If you want to stop paying rent and
buy a house and lot on monthly pay
ments , with warranty deed , call on C.
B. Judd.UOli Broadway.
L. Kirscht & Co.107 and -109 South
10th bt. , Omaha , are now the solo agents
for western Iowa for the celebrated
Val. BluU Milwaukee bottle beer , the
best in the market for family use.
Try it. .
For Rent Two now store rooms in
good location ; Nos. 7.S7 and 7t ! ! ) Broad
way. S. Sauntlers , 30 Peurl st.
l > ; > nth or Mr. 12. K. Hurkness.
The announcement of the death of Mr. E.
E. Hnrkncss comes with surprise to most of
his friends , and thrills the entire community
with commingled feelings of sadness and
sympathy. It had been generally known for
some dajj ? that ho was quite ill with pneu
monia , but few beyond the family circle re
alized that his condition was growing
so critical. Even these by his bed-
bide clung to hope until yesterday
morning , when there came a slight
change , and apparently for the worse.
Hour after hour passed and his hold on life
seemed gradually relaxing until , as the sun
closed the day , ho passed into rest anil quiet.
The announcement of the sad event sped
swiftly from lip to lip , and nowhere was it
heard or uttered without an accompanying
expression which Indicated how strong had
been his hold upon the hearts of the commu
nity in which he had led so active u life for
Mr. Harkncss , on first coming to th'is city
In 1ST ] , became associated with Mr. Smith
in the dry goods business , and two years later
the Unit became Smith & Harkness.
Later the title and composition
of the firm was changed , It being for a
time Harkness , Orcuit & Co. , and for some
time past Harkncss liros. , Mr. J. 1C. Hark
ncss coming here from the east and entering
the linn. The name is a familiar ono in
business circles , both east and west , and it
has been a synonym tor Integrity and courte-
Mr. Harkncss has led an exemplary life ,
the Intluenco of which upon this community
will long bo felt for pood. Ho was a true
Christian gentleman. His religion was of
that practical , every-dny sort which caused
all to feel confidence in his character. He
was a leading member of the Congregational
church , nn earnest Sunday school worker ,
and president of the Y. M. C. A. Great as
has been nis help in these and similar organ
izations , his quiet , consistent life in business
and social circlet has counted oven far more.
Ho leaves a wife and four children. The
homo life was characterized by that tender-
IICHS and affection 4vnich ono might expect
from such a character. The shadowed homo
Is surrounded by the tendercst sympathy.
See Ncal'R grand drawing. Bo euro
to purchase JiJ worth and got ( i tiekot.
See Lund Bros , for lamps.
W. S. Cooper has cash on hand to loan
on approved city property , No. ISO
Improved and vacant property in all
parts of the city ; ! )0xl50 ) feet on Glen
avenue , cast front , a bargain ; bueincss
property on Broadway and Fourth
street. R. P. Olllcer , North Main
street , DoVol's block , Council Blurts.
Pickled tripe and pigs' feet at Tib-
bitts , 84-5 Broadway.
Yesterday morning at 8 o'clock Mr. Anton
Kink and Miss Annie Lupfor stood at the
altar in St. Peter's Catholic church and tooK
upon themselves the sacred obligations of
man and wifo. Father Hermann , the parish
priest , ofllciatcd. The attendants and guests
were few , and wore conllncd to the imme
diate relatives of the principals. After the
ceremony the entire party were driven to
the Nuuuiaycr hotel , where an elegant wed
ding breakfast was spread. After an hour
spent here tlio 'happy couple were taken to
the Kansas City depot and embarked for St.
Louis. ' They go to visit relatives for a few
days , after which they will return here and
tnuko tbolr homo at No.01 Main street.
The groom Is QUO of Council Bluffs' ' young
and prosperous merchants , and has won a
lady who U eminently qualified to preside , in
his housQhold. The earnest good wishes of
a Dost of friends will accompany them In the
now life upon which they have so auspiciously ,
The wives of thu order of Modern Wood
men are perfecting arrangements whereby
lliey can work as auxiliary to tbo order and
in the furtherance of Its objects. To this
end , and beginning the worn actively , they
planned and brought to a successful issue
ono of the most pleasant social entertain
ments of the season. It was held on
Wednesday evening , Tbo ladles who did
the uctlye work uro Mesdauio * L. 12. llrldoti-
stuin , E. Wright , C. A. Tlbbetu. A. Koltef.
J , Smith , C , E. Williams , W. U. Klrkland
and James Keith , ft was a banquet am
general feast of good things. It is but the
beginning of others which -will follow In the
months como ,
Wo have mot Mr. Nc.il , of the now
crockery store , and examined his prices
Ho is hero to stay mul his prices arc
very low. We ndviso our friends to co
his prices. His store by olcctrle light
present : ) all the beauties of the hulcldu-
' While planning for your holiday gifts
don't fail to see Lund Bros. ' grand dis
Oratory For Horticulturists.
The thirteenth annual meeting of the
Western Iowa Horticultural society is to
bo held In this city December 11 , 13 and 13
Arrangements were made yesterday b >
which on the opening day , at 3 o'clock In the
afternoon , Mayor Kohrcr will deliver nn nd
dicss , and in the evening J , J , Stcaduian wil
See Neal's display Friday Eve. nt 8.
Fine table ware at Ltmd Bros. '
lttrn Ity n Cat.
A. A. Sherad , who lives on Upper Broad
way , was the victim of a singular attack yes
terdoy. Ho w.is opening the door of his
woodshed , where ho kept n largo bull dog
On the fence near by sat n cat , and as she
spied the dog , cither frightened or mad , she
madoiijunip , landing upon Mr. Snernd's
shoulder , scratching and biting with more
? cil ; than discretion. Mr. Sherad lecetved
several painful wounds , which necessitated
treatment nt his physician's hands.
Lojt Gent's gold watch , hunting
caso. Finder leave at BICK ollice ami
Lund Bros. ' arc milking a special 10o
drive in rockery. Don t fail to see it.
Meeting of the Firemen's association at
ouncil rooms this ( Friday ) evening , Dcccm
ber 7 , nt S o'clock shatp. My order of the
president. I. W. Coormi , Secretary.
Another llrcnk In Coffee.
Nnw YOIIK , Dec. (5. ( There was another
break in coffee to-day , In sympathy with ad
vices from Havre and Hamburg , Deliveries
to next Juno were from 4.1 to 55 points lower ,
while August and September of next yc.ir
were down fully ( M ) to 70 points , and at 13
o'clock the maruot stood weak , with more
sellers than buyers.
nKOADIVAY I.OT. = ,
FlltST AVENUE IiOTS ,
Milt It Y ADOITIOV IiOTS ,
PKttUY ADDITION L/OTS ,
EVANS' BRIDGE ADD. LOTS ,
1JRYANT & Clj VIIK'S
ADDITION IjOTS ,
STREET'S ADDITION LOJ.AljSO
20 ACIIE8 01
THE BEST PROPERTY IN TOWN
KOH 1'IjATTlNG. ,
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone l'J2. No. 0 .Main Street. *
LOTS IN FERRY ADDITION !
Tor a Short Tima I Will Offisr
In Terry Addition to Council Ululfs on tno fol
lowing Termi :
InsldoLotson Ave. A f MK )
InslUa I.otHon Avc. 500
Intlilo I.otMOn Avo. 0 < " > ( !
InsidoLotson First Ave lifO
InsKlo I.otsouSfConil Ave NX )
Inslilo r.ots on TJilnl Ave fiOO
Inaldo Lots on N. Sliln Fourth Ave 40
Inside l..ots on S. Bldo Fourth Ave 400
SaT'All Corner Lots 1)0 Morn.
TCltMS One-tentli cash , bilaiirelnnlnennnuil
optional payments , with fi per cunt in
terest , payable nnmmlly. Will Rive con
tract for wuirjuty deed und furnish ab
stract when ( ally paid.
w. siH-i > 5-\rroi'i'\ ;
No. f > , Noith Mnln St. . Council limits , la.
KKST AND NICK
CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR LAO IBS ,
I'lush , Silk and Flannel and Ca-lnnuiv dresses
ready-made und niado to order liy
WtS. .EUl.IA .STBvI.V ,
At White Sewlni ; Machine ollice. iia'i Hroadway.
and 1111 Donglaa ht. , Omaha , t'houpj-t jukes ,
and good tit guaranteed.
WE have cells for cheap lioutos and lots on
easy terms. .Also Hinnll houses to rent.
Parties having such propeity to sull or rent c.ill
andheous. U. 11. Investment Co. , No. 101'earl
WK i have a customer -who wants u cheap
lioiiHu and lot on easy terms. C. II. In
vestment Co. , No. 101'oarl St.
WANTED A competent Klrl for KI
houseworK.Apply ' 7 South fith , ht.
W Girl for general lion.iouork' . No.
Uls lib St. . MM. 0 C. Troxell.
FOUND A bunch of now ioys. Call nt lleo
Ill AVE sold my livery to Mr. Seedon.or Iowa ,
and Bold all nutHt.iudliiK accounts to Chuilcs
IlutHim , and If tbvrols any bill against mo not
settled , please send In your bill to me107
Douglns Ht. , Omaha , and 1 will pay it. Win.
I71OII 11RNT Moilurn JO-room house , No.
U South titli bt.
"I3OOMS to rent Three rooms , No , 7' t 5th avo.
.1VI front room , bay window , nlculy furnished ,
do for gent and wife ; rent cneap. Call tit No. ID
I'eurtnt. , Council ItlullK Investment Co.
171OH SAM ! Good 4-year-old horse , gent ! ami
J ? sound. Harness and top biiKgy. Will sell
cheap on easy terms If sola BOOH. Innulro t
SPECIAL VINT COLUMN.
SALE For a short time , the en
tire addition known us "FAIR-
MOUNT" located on the hills be
tween 13th und 10th avoniies , three und
u half blocks east of Main street and
the sumo from the street ear lino. It
commands nn extensive view of Omaha
nnd Council Hluffs. This beauthful und
finely located addition of forty-two lots
is olTorod tit a price that will surely
make the investor from 75 to 60 per
cent within two years. If you want n
sure thiiip which you can bo hi selling
ut once ut an advance of from 76 to 80
per cent over what it costs you , call on
or nddrcss II. G. McGee , ISO Main St. ,
or Forest Smith , at the Brown building.
Don't ask why it is offered so low , but
como and see the property and bo con
vinced that wo toll it loss than it is.
These lots will sell now at from $300 to
MOO each. "Wo. don't want that for
thorn , Remember this oiler is only for
a short time ,
FORREST SMITH ,
Hooia 4 , 3rd Floor , lirown Huililint , ' .
S. STEWART , M , D. , D , V , M.
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone No. 05 ,
, BLUFFS , I I IOWA
ON ALL CASH SALES !
Unequalled encl surprising Bargains in
roods , Closufes ,
S-va.it © , 2NTcticcL ? = ! ,
Boots ds SZb.oes
Eiseiiian & Gos * People's ' Store
OUR ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD.
In order to give us an opportunity to rearrange our btmincss for our now FOUH
STOHY BLOt'K , which wo are erecting on the old Pacific House Site.
Customers will not \vasto their time of they read what wo liavo to say. Nor will
they bo deceived when they como to see our goods and loam our prices.
Kvcrything will bu found exactly its wo say. Wo oiler a discount of L'O per ecu
ON ALL CASH SALES
On everything wo have in our house.
Now is your time to buy.
Do not miss this opportunity. Low prices always make us buy and wo are go
ing to make
LOW PRICES MAKE YOU BUY !
We adopted this method ot slaughtering our goods just ono week ago , nnd the
result has been that our STORE 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 customer1 ? .
People arc coining from Omaha and from hundreds of miles to take ad vantage
Our regular prices have always boon conceded to bo the Jpwoat offered in the
west , anil whun yon net 20 pur cent , extra discount on your bill , sec what you are
saving1 by buying from us. We want to and must
CLOSE OUTCHJR STOCK
For roapons above named. CALL AND SEE US.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
KOS , 314,316,318 , , & 320 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
DR. C. B. J U D D ,
ELEGTREG BELTS AND ElECTftlS TRUSSES.
No. 6O6 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
WANTED Good Salesmen oil largo commission or salary.
WANTED LOCAL ANI > T tAVIXlACI Vl'S ON
LEI THE GMM GO OH !
GEO. H. MESCHENDORF
A'O. 32 T BICOAIHVAY
Hu.ys Ills cattle from first-class responsible
llnnfi , Huch us Swift & Son , or from flrst-
clusb farms , such us N. M. Pusoy's , unJ
others. No worn-out milk rows sold In this
imirket , us hits been the hub It in the markets
of Council Blurts heretofore.
Prire list of our meats. Nothing but llrst-
cluss fut beef , pork , mutton and vc.il :
CT.XTS I'Ctl Ml.
Boil necf Uto-l
Corn Ueof U to 4
Shoulder Steak 5 to ( (
Shoulder Hoast fi
Ulb Koust 0
Standing Prime Kib Koast 7
Short Porter House Steak 0
Long Porter House Steak 10
Sirloin Steiik 10
Pprk Koast ' . 8
Pork Chops and Steak ! l
VealSteak . . . . . . 10
Mutton Chops 10
Veal and Mutton UOIIP * 10
Vcul and Mutton Stew 4
Sugur Cured Hums 11
Lard 10 to IS
Poultry , Fish , Jiuttcr und Oysters con
stantly on hand Mince Meats , Saucr ICrout ,
Pickled Tripe nnd Pips Feat at lowest mar
ket prico. Don't forget the number
NO. : t'27 iUCOADWAY.
LOOK AT THE IRISHMAN !
J. M. SCANE.AN ,
Will sell for cash :
Shoulder and Cum1 k Itoast fitoGc
I'rlniH Itlb lloast tc
[ Imck Stf-ak fie
Kound Steak PC
Hlrloln ateak Hc )
I'ortcrliousu Steak 10c
llolllm ; lleef , . .4c
Mutton Legs be
"orn llecf -tc
Pork Itoast 10o
I'orkChops and Steak lOo
[ .ard , our OHIII make I''o
KUUBUKC , tc
All I'tlitr ineatHin the nuno piopoitlon. Tree
IJollvory. UnlorsMnt by chUdren rccpivu
piompt attention and aie correctly tilled.
nut Main Strott ,
Council iHurt's , la.
Corresuomlents Mention ThU 1'aper.
No. 14 Pearl St.
RED HEADED !
- ) IAM ( -
MAD ! MAD ! MAD !
And will sell meat for the following priced for
Siioiildcr nnd Clnick Itoast . ! > to fie
I'rlme Hit ) Hoiu > t . , . be
Chuck tenk . tic
Hound Steak . 8c
Slrlo 11 Steiik . li'c
I'orterliou-io S oak . 10c
11 .Hint' licet . yto4c
Mutton Stow . Tic
Mutton Legs . c
Corn llecf . U to 4c
I'ork Hoiibt . lilc
I'ork Chops nml Stcnk . lOc
I.itrd , onr own make . I-c
SunsttKO . . . tc
And nil other meats In the sainu proportion.
114 Kast llroad ay.
1 sell Pottnwattnnilo County Meats winpped
up In Council Hlnttb Paper. 1-Veo Dellvoiy.
TIIOS. OFHIOKH. W. If. M. I'ustir.
OFFICER & PUSEf ,
Corner Mnln nn 1 Ilroartway ,
CO ! Nl/ll , liIUt'-FS ' , IOWA.
s in foreign s.nd ilomi-stlc exchange.
Collections made mill Interest paid on time de-
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
IE equil t )
Mathls ; .
ThpKill on Mlrncncrapli , tlio lic t iii | | > iirnlui for
manlfolilln.nutvruiilila mid tyjiu writiiu work ,
coplci tan bo Inlirii.
The Ercalslor Cc.Council , Bluffs , Ii.
FINE , CHOICE IMPORTED
151-1 DduirlnH St. , Oiimlia , Net ) .
C. K. IIKLU (1. A. llIIItl.lNOHOP
BELL & BERLIHGHOF ,
Arctiilccl ? , Dcsigiier and Superintendents
Mr. IJprllntfhof was sn en jcars with
.MciKlcl soliii , rihliorX' lo vry , ntul has
ninny of the llnpst lilocks
in Omaha and Council HIulTs.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates made on Application ,
Studio , Itoom 2 Opera House Jiloctt
Bakofy and Weclioncry
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
goo him for Ilrcud. Cukes ; etc.
TO DEALERS-A liberal discount
No. 21U Main Street.
D , H , MoDANELD & GO , ,
markut prices. Prompt returnu. WO
atid \ t ilain tit. , Council lilulltf ,
Lot , Bryant & Clar , on Second avo. - -
| Lot , Bryant & Clark , on Third avc. - - -
Lots , Pcrrys ] ad Add. , on Avo. C - - -
( j Lots , Benson's First , Ave K - - - . .
Lot , Everett's Add. , Third avc. . . . . jj00 ) §
Lots , Fleming-it Davis , Ninth and Tenth aves 5MOQ Each
HOUSES AND LOTS
Call and See
c. j. COLBY ,
UELLER MUSIC CO. ,
No. 1O3 Main St. , Council Bluffs. .
What is nicer for a Christmas or New Year's prohont than an elegant Piano ofr
Organ. We have f-cventj-live of thu celebrated
ardmao , A , B , Chass , Fisher , Ewef ! and Pease & Howard Pianos/ /
AND ROYAL CENTURY ORGANS
Oa hand , which wo oner at a special discount of TEN 1'EIl CENT olT our regular
priuos , for tlie ne.xt , TH1KTY DAYS.
We carry the largest stock of small inimical instruments of every description
and have many novelties , suitable for presents. Our stock of sheet music and
music books is the latest and most complete. Remember our entire stock of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
Will be s-old at cost , and less than cost. It must be closed out regardless of prioo. ' *
You will find many bargains. A s-ouvcnir given with every mirchnsu. Wo also
give a ticket wi the very Uo purclm-p on an elfgant Piano , Organ , and other prized.
Call early for a choice of the bargains olfercd.
Especially Adapted for
25 TO 300
HORSE LIGHTING ,
POWER , Mills and Elevators ,
Ppf elflc.Ulons and estimates furnished for complete steam plants. ItPRiilatlon , Durability Hnar-
imteul. Can show letters from users wlicie fuel Economy Is oquul with Corliss Non-Coiulonslug.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 510 Pearl Street , Council Mluil's.
SMOTHERS & BEECROFT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA | |
Coiscii 111 I'lfs1' . C. PP Vol's ' Stoio , No. I OMAHA Carpenter P.ipcr Co , No. Ill
Adi Mi'ddlo JJroadwuy. Tcli-j-hono - No , ST. | Uoualnf. Succt. Telujiliono No. aw.
P6ST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H. PETHYBRIDGE & CO. , PROPS.
Munufiu'Uu'crti \VliolcBtilo Dualorh in
Orders I'roniptly Filled ami Dulivorcd.
No. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
F. J. BBEZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently located at No. M North Oth St. , opposite Postofllco , on Motor
Line , Council HlnlTn , Jown.
If von have specimens don't wait for prices. .Send them to him before they
Biuiil ] f you dent want them after they nro mounted , he will pay you the
hiffhcbt iiinrltet price for them. Will inulto a specialty of heads and dressing
of fui-b during the winter. _
/ M Dl M ir Hydraulic and Sanitary Kiifineer. IMans , Ebtimaleir ,
HDIDl/l 1 I IN t > l IN II" Specifications. Supervision of Public \York. Hrowrf
Uuilding , Council lllufl'j , Iowa.
Attorney nt Law , Second Floor Ui own liullclitiL' . 115 ( , , l
Pearl St. , Council Ulultt , , Iowa , fj
Justice ol the IVace. Ofllco over American Ejjncss , No. J1Q
N , " Jiroatlwajr , Council Hhill'i. , lo-.va.
CTr\MIT 0 CII\/IQ \ / Attorney * at Law , Practice in the Stale and FcJ era
O I UINt CX. ullVIO" " CourU. O/llce / Hooins 7 and ? , Shugart Unno Ulock ,
Council lllufft , Iowa.
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