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THE DAILY BEE.
OIMCIC. xo in IMJAIUSTIUSHT. .
-nedbyrnrrlrr In Any J'nrt of lioCttyn
TVnty Tents l'cr\\cek. . . , . . , , ,
II Vf TJ1.1 ON . MANAOMt.
JU MM Omo : No. 4X
Ml | IT IIHITOH. NO.I. .
N V Plumbing company.
( nnlnnd wood. K.K.Muyne.fllO H'wny.
Klogntit ovf-rconUtig * nt A. Keller's ,
merchant tailor , UK ) H roadway.
The nnmml Chrlstmni party of St. Paul's
SumUiu'liool , wHI be hold In the Koyal Ar-
en , m liuli Thursday evening. cointnunettif , '
t ? o flock. Parents of children will b
The water works company is Inyinp now
tune on Fifth nvcnuo between Seventeenth
ml Twenty first slruots to connect with n
twp < vc-iioh ) niKln. and give hotter lire pres
sure to that locality.
Work was not stopped yesterday on the
Mcrrinm or iiscmun : blocks , as the pleasant
weather Is all needed to ijet the work out of
the way of the bllwmls that will shortly ho
due ( ii this section. The former building is
vcr\ nearly enclosed ,
Mr Charles Hacten's sight singing class
will meet hereafter on Wednesday ovctiings.
There hoinj ! so many parties and otheramusu-
inciits occurring on Thursday evenings has
Hindu this chiuiKO of day advisable. Mem
bers pii-aso notice and bo on hand promptly
nt tl ? Tlrst uvenuo this evening.
The Married Ladies' Progressive Euchres
club has changed its name with its minus and
it w a hen-lifter bu the "Uulles' High Hvo
cmb Thursday ( to-morrow ) evening the
club will bo entertained by Mrs. A. T. Kicu
mid Mrs. tM. . Unult at tlie home of tliu
The mnyor and his Investigating committco
start to day on tneir Junketing trin through
the state They will bo absent for the re
mainder of the week , In which time they
\vlli visit Les ) Molnes , Oskaloosa , OUuinwn
mid Moiini' to investigate the workings of
varinis flectrns light plants.
A man bv the name of Charles Oifford was
brought In Monday evening from Missouri
Viillcj where lie was run over by the cars.
Ho was taken to the \V. U. A. hospital where
lie was attended by Ur , Laeey. His leg was
only squeezed by the cars , and as no bones
were broken he is expected to speedily and
Police court was not n busy place ycstcr-
ilnv morning. There were hut three victims.
Thomas Dailoy was lined $ S.10 and Oscar
Colly * 7 I'M for intoxication , .lames Muher
was charged with disturbing the peace , ' , and
mil up $10 for his appearance this morning.
Uuring the day Kranlc Hockford was ar
rested as a vagrant and suspicious character.
The lot In Hurn's addition , disposed of lor
the benclit of William llcnsol at the Maen-
ncrehor hull Monday evening , was won by
ticket II , held by J. M. Ourslcr. Over $ i 0
was lealUoet from the sale of the lot , ami
after paying the amount necessary to secure
a clear title , the remainder , 11)0.73 ) , was
turned over to Mr. llensel.
Peter T herns , a German , aged 2fi years ,
died Sunday night at St. Uermml's ' hospital
of hemorrhage of the bowels. The remains
were removed to the undertaking rooms of
Held & Kstcp , to await instructions from
relatives. In accordance with directions , the
body wns forwarded last evening over the
Northwestern to Lo Mars. The deceased had
been in the employ of Peter Wois and Jacob
Two cases of varioloid arc now reported at
the residence of A. H. Compton , on Avenue
C , both that gentleman and his wife being ill
With the disease. The cases are not regarded
as particularly dangerous at present. A quar
antine of that locality is being rigidly en
forced , notwithstanding reports to the con
trary. There is n rumor alloat to the effect
that parties are continually visiting the
house , but it ran noti bo vcrilled. Guards
are watching the place , anel insist thnt no
one without authority to do so has enterejl
the house since Saturday morning , when the
quarantine was llrst established.
Dr. Clcuvcr. 20 North Main. Tel. 147.
See W. C. Stacy's nil.
All grades Roft coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Money loaned on fwnituro , pianos ,
diamonds , borecs , buggies or anything
of vnluo nt low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair nnd honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
J. G % Tipton , real estate , 527 B'way
Weather strips for doors and win
dows. Odoll & Bryant , 511 ! Main st.
S. B. Wudsworth & Co. loan money.
Bargains in real estate in all parts of
the city , "W. S. Cooper , 130 Main btroct.
All grades hard coal , C. B. Fuel Co.
Illinois and Iowa best soft coal , Glea-
Eon,20 Pearl struct.
Pickled tripe and pigs' foot at Tib-
'Miss ' Maggie Glcasou is very ill from a se
Miss Doughty , of Glonwood , Is the guest
.Of Mr. and Mrs. H. Trmnbull.
> .Mrs. A. Glenn and two children left last
evening for a short visit at Fiomont , Neb.
13. P. Garrottsou. president of the Clark
County National bank , of Osceola , is the
guest of J. J. Stcadman.
Mrs. Jj. C. Dunn and daughter loft yester
day for Ogdcnsbiirg , N. Y. , to spend the
winter with relatives and friends.
P. W. Hllditch has decided to open an of-
.flco In Omaha , as an cxpeit accountant and
auditor. Ho will retain his residence in the
_ Woodmen indies will entertain
tnelr husbands and their friends at
Woodman hall this evening. Tlio en
tertainments previously given were of a
most enjoyable character , and it is
hoped that every Woodman will nttond
to-night and thus encourage the ladies
in their olTorts.
For Rent Two now store rooms in
good location ; Nos. 737 and 73 ! ) Broad
way. S. Suundora , SO Pearl st.
, Sco Forrest Smith's special column.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Loans made on city business nnd resi
dence property. Kotos bought. Kim-
ball-Chamj ) Investment company.
.Money . loaned at L. n. Crafts & Co.'s
loan'ofllco , on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly co-nil-
W. S , Cooper has cash on hand to loan
au approved city property , No. lilO
Dr. 0. C. Huzon , dentist , Opera house
The London "Tailor's" is the place to
get your'clothes made , 037 Broadway.
- Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cults and shirts by Cascade Ltiun-
flry company ,
, , L. E. Roe , dentist , No. 27 Main St. ,
ver Jacquomln < fc Co.'a jowclry store.
L * K * Buy groceries , stationery and Christmas
F.'foods of Kclloy & Youukcrman , 103 B'wuy.
* ? . .
w.- " *
f j. Bee Porrofit Smith's special column.
, ' Roclc ' Spring coal , Glcaton , 20 Pearl
ALL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
The Now Atkins School Thrown
Open For Public Inspection.
ARRESTED FOR A FORGERY.
A Y ung Man SlmiH n Clicek for
run A Juvenile Sfaliliint ; Af
fray Tormenting n Peel-
tiler KaliPrizes. .
Homo oftho Young Idcn.
Lot It not bo understood that Council
Hluffs has not been fully abreast of the do-
innnel of the times in all matters pertaining
to the education of its children. Its people
linvo always been proud of Its educational
system. Hut in the completion of the "At
kins school'1 there is ono more reason for
self-congratulation , for It Is , without Ques
tion , the peer of any of Its kind.
The building was begun n little more than
five months ago , nnd on the "Ith of August
the llrst brick w.is laid. It was completed
anel turned over to the board of education on
Monday evening , Decdmbcr III. In its ac
ceptance of the building the board departed
from the usual order of things nnd aelopted a
series of resolutions thanking the contract
ors for the lldullty with which they had per
formed their various contracts. The bo.ird
nlso ordered tlio money due on the various
contracts paid oven to the proper persons.
The-so sums make the cost of the building
complete , * . ' ! ' . ) , ( H ) ( ) , It being , strangely enough ,
less than the amount estimated.
Yesterday the building was thrown open
for tlio public to inspect. During the entire
day throngs of people were passing in and
out of its capacious eloors. Of course n Hiis :
man followed the multitueto. Within the
building there wore murks here and there of
the haste of the finishers of tlio work , but
on the whole the cdlllco was in
peed condition for inspection. Thuro avo.
live entrances to the ) lower lloor , which gives
abundant facilities of ingicss anel egrcs ,
The rooms number from the northeast for-
tier , lower iloor , from one to eighteen , reach
ing the llnal room in the ) third story. The
grades begin with the numbers ami follow
them throughout. The High sciiool will oc
cupy four rooms on the thinl lloor for stuely
ami recitation , nnd room seventeen for lab
oratory work. The superintendent's room is
In the northeast corner room of the second
lloor , nnel the room of the boarel of education
Joins it , being the "round" or tower room.
The museum room is directly above this one.
Heing lighted upon thrco sides , it suits its
purpose most admirably. In the three hulls
anel in closets adjoining are water faucets for
drinking purposes and bowls for cleansing
the bands nnd face. Kach recitation room
has its individual cloak room , which is sepa
rated from all other rooms. Every room is
heated with steam , nnd although the
weather was cold yesterday morning , every
room was comfortable. The windows are
well arranged for ventilation without
draughts. The rooms arc also lighted with
gas , whlejli , though a trille expensive nt the
present price of gas , gives the building a
splendid illumination. The tower must not
be forgotten. Standing here one has a very
commanding view of things terrestrial and
things celestial. Hero the horizon is in full
view , which will make this point a desirable
one for observation purposes. Some visitors
commented adversely upon the absence of
closets in the bailding. "Cleanliness
and health , " Hays the board , "re
quired that these should bo placed
outside the building. Apart from this com
ment nothing but worels of pleasure nnel ap
probation were heard from the visitors.
The building will bo occupied nftor the
holiday recess , but a full division and classi
fication of the pupils will not be made until
aftejr the winter examination and promotion
which takes place in about four weeks.
Until thi'n the pupils attending hero xvlll em
brace those living west of First street and
north of the center of Broadway.
Special mention .should bo made of the
museum. There is already a good collection ,
but it should bo only n beginning of what it
will bo. There ore some lines of study in
which there are no specimens at all , and
others in which there are only a few.
Parents and friends of the school are ear
nestly requested to send in any specimen or
curiosity which they may have that they are
willing to give to the cause of education , or
if they do not wish to give them away , let
them bo loaned for a season. A mngnilicont
collection may bo gathered if nil will Interest
themselves in the matter. The latest ad
dition , and for which thanks ave returned ,
is u fosscl llsli from Mr. Fisher. This comes
nil the way from Wyoming. Also a rattle
snuko's hide , tanned , from Air. W. H. Smith ,
nt 2iH Uro.idivny. Let others follow tlio
work thus auspiciously begun.
An Unfaithful Steward.
Charles Perry , the steward at the rooms
of the Council Hluffs club , is in troubles. It
is stated that , ho forged the name of t > . R
Eisner to a clicok for $10.59 , and gave it to
Matt Hale , to whom ho was indebted to the
extent of ? 17. The check was on the First
National bank of this city , and the forgery
was detected as soon as it was presented for
payment. Perry was arrested nnd taken before -
fore Squire Schur/ , who bound him over to
the grand jury in the sum of 500. Perry
ncknowloJgcs the commission of the crime
but denies nil criminal intent , alleging that
ho simply gave the check to got rid of his
Observing tlie New Year.
New Year's day of 1SSO passed in the Hluffs
without any special features. So far as the
weather was concerned It was a perfect day ,
as more beautiful weather could not bo do-
sired. Under foot was somewhat sloppy ,
still pedestrians nncl passengers found get
ting about far from diftlcult. The streets
presented ipiito a lively aspect during the
day , nnd the business houses remained open
to accommodates customers , who were out in
Inrgo numbers. The police found little to
keep them busy , and hud iimplo opportunity
to recover from the effects of the ball of the
A Youthful Slubber.
At both city and county offices all was quiet
yesterday nnd no mishiess of importance was
transacted , although the officials recorded n
low deals ns an nccomodatlon to individuals.
In the justices offices it was n holiday , al
though in the morning Justice Harnott's
time was occupied for a fo\v moments with
the case of AVurron Hanoy , n newsboy who
was charged with cutting Xcd Mothers with a
Imifc. The details were not Inquired into ,
and the case wan continued until to-day.
Howards of Popularity.
The articles disposed of by popular vote nt
the German Catholic ladles' bazaar wcro won
as follows : Whip for lady driver , Mrs. E.
Stockort ; fancy apron for landlady , Mrs.
Phil. Mergen : fancy hut for young lady ,
Miss Murnlo Sherlock ; fancy card basket for
school girl , Miss Thorcsia Hartell ; whip and
robe for grocery delivery boy. John Toiler !
seal can for switchman , P. Murphy , Chicago ,
Hock Island & Pacific ; sot of beaver furs for
mall carrier , Tony Kllno ; lot in Clmrlton au
dition , donated by J. W. Paul , of Omaha ,
was sold at auction to H. Toller.
To glvo all n ohnnco to got in the pay
ments duo January 1 , tha drawing has
occn postponed to January 10 , 18SU.
j Muller Music Company.
An Information was filed with the clerk of
the superior court charging Charles Shoemaker -
maker , Uuvo Troup and Charles Hunstunv ,
thrco newsboys , with malicious mischief *
Tluiy tormented a Jew notion vendor nt 1013
liroadwny , by throwing etones at him and
his place. Their cr.so will be heard to-day
by Judge Aylesworth.
John U Hulltvnn , Keillor.
St. Paul Herald : There was a decided
accession to the ranks of journalism in
Now York city the ether any.
John L. Sullivan having shaken tlio
dust of Boston from his feet nnd eluded
the clutohoHt of gastric 'fever assumed
wito a thud the editorial chair of nn il
lustrated weekly paper. The now edi
tor was escorted to his sanctum bv Dan
Murphy , Hilly Daly nnd Mr. Ltimley.
"This is your desk , John , said Mr.
Lutnlcy , kindly , "and there is the side
board , I suppose you can got nloiitf nil
rlffht now. '
"Gltnlonir ! Say , just you wait nnd
sec me. Whcro' do assignment bex > k ! "
Tins important document boinj , ' handed
him , Mr. Sullivan bctmn work.
"Mr. Micky do Slob. "
"Yes , sir. answered a louph-looking
specimed , as ho ambled toward the dosk.
"Go over to Charley Mitchell and in
terview do bloke as to why I didn't lick
him. Don't bo Kone over an hour , an'
if you've got a Rnrntch on ycr mug when
yur come back I'll do yer myself. Sen' "
The tirbnno and gentlemanly reporter
vanished , anel the noise of elh'king
shears and rustling papers was heard in
the intellectual silence. Mr. Sullivan ,
after casting a furtive glance .around
the room and seeing that the rpmninde-r
of his city fctalT wns engaged In binuk-
ing a fragrant "La Grnbiola , " mnelo a
dive HI the sideboard and ruinmnjrcd
about in the musty depths.
" \Vhnt chor look-in' furV asked the
city stall , who was regarding his cigar
with suspicion. The editor hesltnteel ,
and in tones like the soft tinkling of a
mountain brook said :
"Ainteliselo sideboard ? "
"Naw , yer been silting at do side
board. Dat's your desk. "
. , ,
van , "but , I'm more used to the hide-
board , so 1 jti.st guess I'll sit there-.1'
The city stall" was then sent out , after
libations hud been poured at the shrine
of genius , to form u interviewing hquiul
by hiniholf mid coiled opinions of well
known lish dealers regarding the iek'ii
e > f how mussels nhunld bo educated , and
the editor bat down to write an editorial.
' H was as it progressed , full of witty
'saying anel replete with cross-counters
and upper cuts at all the lending falla
cies of the day. It was on the point of
being sent up stairs to bo double-leaded
when an otlico boy rushed into the sanc
tum and prostrated himself at the his
"Dere's it mug out doro wants ter see
ele editor. "
"Git to and lot him lloat in. , "
replied the editor cursely. In another
moment : i raw , lank-looking specimen
ambled in and took a scat.
"I was referred to you by a mutual
friend , who said you would give me a
little notice if 1 asked for it. "
' , " \Vho' ! ? yer palV" inquired the editor.
"His name is Kilrain , Jake Kilrain ,
the chump "
A blue fog filled the air , in the midst
of which slionu two basilisk eyes re
flecting rage , The stranger slid timor
ously from his chair , passed the door
just ns the noise of a cracking panel
giving way before bunching muscles
was heard , anel the editor was ulouo.
Stopping to the speaking tube , lie mur
mured in its hollow depths , "Say , send
do bloke what docs do obituaries up
here as feoon as ho gets back , and give
him a tip. llo's trot to stay around hero
closer , " then resumed his seat and bent
up the editorial.
Storage UcHcrvoIr Irijrotion.
It has been founel practicable by some
farmers to utilize a portion of their
property as storage reservoirs in a small
way , pays the Denver Times. In the
rolling land of the plains there are to
bo found occasional spots , under ditch ,
but high enough to ntTord the proper
head , which could be transferred into
small reservoirs at a cost within 'the
reach of most men. If the location
should be favorable two or more could
unite in the work , and these storage
reservoirs would bo of vast bonou't
to the crops during the latter months
of the summer season , when the streams
As the ofllcoi'5 of the geological sur
vey have undertaken to study the
storage question in n manner which
may take , thorn a long time to reach
conclusions , it will do no harm for those
who can do so to act a little privately
and reap the benefit from it. The
greatest obstacle perhaps to contenel
with is the danger of washouts from
cloud bursts , but this cpnditio.i exists
everywhere in this locality nnd must be
accepted the same as lightning.
The government work * will necessa
rily bo slow in construction. It is prob
able that only a few locations will bo
selected at first nnd the effect of these
will bo tObtcd before others are pro
jected. All of this takes timo. They
will no doubt bo faultless in location
and construction , but tlioir use will bo
limited perhaps to a single stream and
others must wait one , two , or three
years , as the action of congress may bo
prompt or tardy , before the work begins -
"So much has boon demonstrated in
regard to the fertility of the plains
where fairly watered , nnel by eloop
ploughing where water is scarce , that
the How of immigration thither will bo
largely increased in another year.
Whatever can be done by individual
action or by concerted endeavors when
practicable ! will redound to the benefit
of the localities which indicate this
progressive spirit , and tend to enhance
their growth beyond that of their loss
A .Now Scholarship.
Boston Advertiser : For the benefit
of young architects the American
Architect announces that it will estab
lish a traveling scholarship to bo
awarded in July next.
It will bo open to architectural stu
dents , draughtsmen and architects be
tween the ages of twenty and twenty-
ilvo years , in any part of the country ,
whether they bo mnlo or female , white ,
red or black. The amount of this
scholarship is to be $500 , its period lim
ited to ono year. The scholarship will
bo awarded after examination in draw
ing , designing , construction , the his
tory of art , and ono foreign language.
A contestant for this benefit must have
had two years practice in ofllcesof mem
bers of tlio American Institute of Archi
tects or the Western Association of
Architects , but a graduate's diploma
from a technical school will bo accepted
as a substitute for ono of thc&o year's
An Kmlmrrasslntf Situation.
In ashy , embarrassed way ho began :
"Would you , Miss Clara or or
could you or ; that is to Buy h'm this
is really distressing , it is all bo now tome
mo or I was going to remark , Miss
"Oh , don't bo embarrassed , Mr.
Gusty , said the girl , with modest en
couragement ; "pray go on "
"Won't you , " ho blurted out , "bo
good enough to lend mo a nicklo to get
back homoAvith ? " Harper's IJnzur.
Editor "How's this ? Hero , in ono
paragraph , you have 'her ardent eyes , '
'her u relent gazo' nnd 'her ardent long
Reporter "An oversight , T guess. "
Editor Yes ; entirely too much of the
ardent , You'd do well to lot up a little
on it. "
A spring of natural cologne has
broken forth in tlio southern part of
Algiers. The liquid has not been an
alyzed , but its odor is very similar to
that of patchouli.
A French doctor advised a nervous
woman to sit in n room witli a dozen
rat ? running about , and she tried it and
was made crazy *
20 PER CENT
PEOPLE'S ' STORE
Our Stock Must be Sold ,
And We Know
Our Low Prices Will Do It
SO. 314,316,318 , , & 320 , BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFL IOWA.
FOR SO DAYS !
I must have room for spring goods ,
and will sell all goods now in stocic at
prices far below any ever olToreel before.
This is no bait to catch the traelo but ,
a genuine elcariiig-out sale , and every
thing must go.
Parlor sots , bedroom sots , heating and
cooking stoves , handing lamps , oil
cloths. All goes without reserve.
I have a big stock and can suit you in
whatever you want.
Como and sec mo and examine my
IToods. 1 must sell. No prices quoted ,
but no reasonable offer will bo refused.
A. J. MANDEL ,
NO. : J2 ! BROADWAY ,
COUXCIl , BLUFFS , IOWA.
BBOADWAY LOTS ,
FIKBT AX'KNUJi IjOTS ,
PISllIlY ADDITION IOTS ,
1'EIIHY AUDITION IjOTS ,
EVANS' ' BRIDGE ADD , LOTS ,
11UYANX & OtiAUK'B
ADDITION IiOTS ,
STUKIST'S ADDITION liOES.
AlsoSOacres of the liesst property In town for
W. C. STACY ,
Telephone 192. No. 0 Main Street.
Council IllulTs , Iowa.
WANTfin flood dining room girl at Now
Pacific hotel , South Omaha.
FOlt IlKNT Nicely furnished rooms for mail
nnd wife or two gentlemen , with use of bath ,
heatoel by fnrniice , S'.l S. 7tH St. , Ainent block ,
WANTKD-fiood dining room girl at 1'acl-
lie hotel , South Oiuuim.
WK have Bomo of the best bargains In the
city in real estate , cheap lots , small
houses and lots ; several line resiliences on
pa veil Htreotx ; also acre tructn. All of the above
property will bo sold on easy terms. Pinall
payment down and low rate of interest. Come
and examine our list. ; '
We also have largo lists of I property for ex
change. No. 10 I'carl bt. Council lllulls 1 livest-
ment Co. ,
ROOMS to rent by Council ntiilTs Investment
Co. . No. 10 I'eurl st.
fl WO fine olllro rooini to rfiit on first floor ;
JLone room 18x15 : both newly papered and
painted , lies t location In the city Call at No.
lu , 1'earl st.
IIOMI3 DHESSKI ) MRATBt
Kxamlno the following prlcoa for cash only
d buy your meiatH dreesoj , utlioino. | I will
oil until finthcr notice asfoUowij :
Shoulder anel chuck roast. . < , . . . 5 to Cc
I'rlmorib roast it a
eiiuck ; stenk fo
Hlrloln Btoalc 109
1'orterhouso utnat . , , , . : . , . , . . , . Mo
llolllng beef . , . Uo Co
Mutton stew . fo
Mutton Icfs . to *
Corn beef . , . 4 to fie
1'orkroast . 10o
Pork chops and steak . , ICc
Lard , pure and our own make . Ka
Bousage , our own make . lOo
llemomber this is the only HOME DItliBH
MIIAT MAHKin1 In the city. No foreign meat *
bold. Telephone ) No.W ,
O. li. KKUSA8 , No. KiU flloln Ht.
S STEWART M D D V M
, , , , , , , ,
HOSPITAL 45 FOURTH STREET.
Telephone ) No. "un.
COUNCIL UbUIWS , I I 1O\\'A
Every man or woman who has S O or
$75 which they wish to invest where it
will bo ns safe as it woulel ho if it were
deposited in the I3iuil < of England nnel
malco him moro money , to call on us and
buy a lot in Fairmount addition. The
best location on the hills for btrcot car
service and school privileges ; close to
all tlio railroads , wholesale liouses and
city depots. The only hill property to
bo hud at such low prices and easy
terms. Prices range from $200 to $400 ;
terms , one-fifth cash , balance in thirty
equal monthly payments at 8 per cent
If you are renting now and want u
homo of your own , commence paying fern
n lot now before you have to pay double
the money for the same location. Begin
iitonco and you will be burprised to find
how soon the thirty months will roll
around , making you the owner of a lot.
Call on II. G. McGee , KW Main street ,
or Forrest Smith , at the Brown building ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. '
COUNCIL BLUFFS PROPERTY ,
i'AKTIAr , LIST OF I'HOI'JJIITV FOR
It PKABtl. . STKIWr , COUXCIL ,
ui.urr.s , IOWA.
Ucsielonco on Ctli ave $ n.OIK )
Hc.sidonuo on ( ith ave 1,100
Hcbidenco on Oth ave 1,500
Hcslelcnca onllth ave 1,000
livslelcnco on Cth ave . . 1,001) )
Hcslelcnco on Hth ave 850
Hesnlcncc on ( ith st > . . . 0,500
lit'siilenejo on Oth st 0,000
HesiJoiico on North 8th st. lot llilx
! ! ! > < / , frrout bargain .1,000
Bunch of 5 houses anel 4 lots on Urd nvo 8,000
Uesielemco on Scott st U,000
Healucnco on I'latuur st. For price
nnel particulars inquire
An olognnt residence on 1st uvo. , ono
miiiuto walk from government
Imiluini , ' . For price and particu
Residence ) on Gth avo. , thrco minutes
walk from county court ' house.
Cash . 3,200
Residence nnel four lots on avo. "O , "
Street's add 2,000
Store building nnel lot on Pacific ave. ,
near U. P , transfer 1,800
Two-story fraino store in town of Car
Seventy-five lots in Squire's aelu. ,
north of transfer , elegantly loca
ted , $300tofW ) each
Bunch of 11 lots , Central sub 1,500
Bunch of 12 lots , Cooper , McMahon &
Jeffries udJ. , If taken before Jan.
1st , for 5,000
An elegant lot on 8lh st. Cash ,000
Thrco line lots on Bluff street at a
100 feet frontage on Park ave , for 50
Business property on Broadway. . . . . . .
Business property on Main at. . . . . . . . .
An improved farm of 100 acres not far
from Chautuuqua grounels , con
sisting of hill and dale. Fo r par
ticulars inquire. .
48-acro tract ono mllo.from Broadway ,
suburban location , , , 7,500 ,
In addition to the above I have vaeiant
property in nearly every addition
to tlio city.
GEO. METCALF ,
AO. 11 I'lUKI , ST. ,
COUNCIL JUiUWg , IOWA.
IV1ERIT WILL WIN !
\VcmuKc II n point To l < i : < \ lvlillu others uro content
1o follow. Here arc our leading I'l.VVOS !
HARDMAN A. B. CHASE
, . . , FISHER ,
Everett , Pease & Howard.
We tire Vllnjf celcln-iilcd linlrmiicm * at price * ntiU'li arc u
Mirprivc U > every one.
THE ROYAI. CENTURY ORGrAJKT
Is the Iheiulcr In Us line. < 'all and examine our storlt , or xvrlle lo
particular ! * anil prices.
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
xo. 10:1 : MAIX s'ritr.irr. nci \
DRY GOODS STOCK TO BE SOLD OUT !
Owing to the death of Mr. K. K. llnrkncts , the senior member of the firm of
Jiarkncss Urns. , it has boon dcoieled to close out the stock anil buttle
the business of the linn as speedily as possible.
The Entire Stock of Dry Goods is Offered For
Sale in Whole or in Part.
The retail sale will commence Wednesday , Devombor 1'Hh ' , 1SSS , at great rcduc *
lion in prices.
The ntock is new , clean , and vorv desirable. It presents an KXCKLLHNT OP
PO11TUNITY TO STEP INTO AN OLD AND KSTA13L1SI1KD
UUSINKSS. Parties desiring information can
call upon or adelrcss
J. E. HARKNESS
NO. 401 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - - IOWA
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted for
25 TO 300 ELECTRIC
KORSE Ij LIGHTING ,
POWER. Mills and Elevators.
Specifications nnd estimates fuml'-liuc'l for ooinplPto stonm plants. IlpRulatloii , Dnrnlilllty Guar
anteed , tan bliow letters from users wlwro fuel Uronomy Is equal with Corliss Xoii-roneloiislii ; ; .
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 010 Pearl Street , Council bluffs.
F. J. BBEZEE ,
Taxidermist and Naturalist.
PcvmaneutlylocaledatNo.il North i th ht. , opposite postnlllco. oil
Motor Linonwll Illnlls , In.
If you have specimens don't wait for prices. Hcml them to him
bptote they spoil. If you don't want them niter thoj nrt > monnti-il
ho will pay you the highest market prloe for them. Will make n specialty oC heads and diesiinj ;
furs during the winter.
O. B. GH.BES.T ,
114- Broadway , Council Bluffs , ( own.
Orders for all kindf. of Dakota nnd Montana Rnmo filled HulT.iIo
and other heads on hand. Satisfae-tion punrantccel to those sending
l in work to be done. ItnlTalo horns in novoltios.
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H. PETHYBRIDGE & CO. , PROPS.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
Sa/uLsaigres of - 11 in.d.s ,
Orders Promptly Filled and Delivered.
No. 635 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
THE MORRIS TYPE WRITER.
Is equal t )
1'ho Killson Mlrncocropli , tlio best uppnrntui for
luanlfoldlni ! , niUiMriiphlc mid type willing trorlc.
: ieXU ) coplcn tun l > o Inken.
The Escolslor Cc.Council Bluffs , h.
TIIOS. UfFiciiii. W. II , M. I'L'iiur.
OFFICER & mil ,
Corner Main and Hroadvvay ,
COUNUll , UIjUIWH , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign aid domestic : exchange.
Collections mude and Interest paid on time de
CITY MEAT MARKET !
TO THE FRONT !
U.NTIt , rUIITIIKII KOT1CK I WIM , KKI.lt
BEEF , VEAL & PORK
OK > IV OWN IIIIKSFINO
Iowa Cattle Fed 01 Iowa Corn !
Anel will meet any honostcoinpetltlonon prices
for I'lrst-Clttss .Meats.
J. M. SCANLAN ,
ISO llronilwiy , - - Telephone UO1.
XltY OUU MUHH.
IIKHT AND NIOi ;
CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR LADIES ,
I'ltish , 811V riunnel anel Cashmere circuses
neady-Made and Made to Order ,
By MRS. JULIA STEIN ,
1111 I ion tins St. , Omaha. Cu-japjbl prices , ana ,
RED HEADED !
And will sell meat
Sliouldi'rnnd L'liuck leoail . fito'iu
I'rlnio Illb Ito.iit . fa
Clnirk Hteiik . ill }
Honnil .sti'iik . ho
Sirloin Hli'iik . K'o
rnrmrhoiineHtoalc . lUo
Hulling lleef . 'A o lo
Mutton Ntow . fie
Mutton Legs . fco
Corn Ik'of . ' ! o lo
J'ork Itonnt . Ho )
I'ork Chops and fiteak . lOo
J.urd , onroxvn nniku . l o
Sausage . ho
And all other meats In the sniuo proportlou.
1H Hast llfoadwnv.
1 ne'll I'ottuwattamlo County Meats , wrapped
n ) ) In Council Jllnirn I'aper. 1'rvo Delivery.
C. K , a , A.
BELL & BERLINGHOF ,
Architects , Dcslpcw anil Superintendents
of Construction ,
Mr. Uorllngliof mm flfiicn yrars wJHi
Mendelssohn , Piitliitr & Loury , and lias
dcsigncel many of Ilio llncst blocks
in Oninliu and Connuil llliill's.
Plans and Specifications Prepared and
Estimates made on Application ,
Studio , Jiuom ! i Jlou.ie Itluclt
Highest marker prccs | , Prompt returns. EM
and KH Main St. . Council l Jllnira , Ion a.
I have laid in a nice line of boots and
hliooHwhieJh I tun soiling at the smallest
living profit. J am cstabllbliilifi- per
manent business , for I am hero to * ttty.
and as my expenses are mnnll I can 6ell
you t'oe > ds vorv low. Call and uonvli.co
No , KO liroaihvay.
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