Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 06, 1889, Page 6, Image 6

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    c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , MARCH G. 1890.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
OJ'PICK. NO 12 I'KAUIj STIIBBT.
rellmtd by tarrlcr In Any Part of he City a
'JvrntyCents Per Week.
It. W. TIJ/ION MANAUUIU
TKLKPIIOfJCS :
ntipisrci OrHCT. No. 43.
Kionr KIIITOII. No.2) ) .
MUNT10.V.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Conlaml wood. B.K.Mnyno , 010 B'wny.
L. A. 1008 , K. of L. , will moot this
ovoniiifr nt 7 o'clock shnrp. IJy order of
the M. W.
Jacob Lnt/ mid Annii Fisher , both of
Oinnlm , were married yesterday after
noon lit tlio olllco of Squire Sehuiv. .
A "Quiet Day" for women will no hold
In St. 1'aul'H ' church to-morrow from 2
p. in. to r : ! ! 0 o'clock. This service is
open to nil ladies who may desire to at
tend.
The Ladles Auxiliary to llnzol camp ,
No. 171 , will Kivo UBOcialthis evening
nt Woodmen hall. All Woodmen , theii
wives and daughters tu-o requested to bo
present.
The case of State VBGrilllth was sub
mitted to the jury shortly after noon
yesterday. The case ofState vs John-
ton , for forgery , was to have been taken
uti afterward , but was continued until
this morning.
Dr. Macrae , of this city , was called tc
Missouri Valley Monday night to attend
to Dr. .T. I ) . Chapman , who was badly
injured by being thrown from his car-
ringo. Dr. Chapman wus driving along
well bundled in robes , when anothet
buggy struck his , overthrowing it , am
throwing him out. His right arm was
dislocated , and one of the bones broken
Parties having temperance bllliari
halls and restaurants will do well to
take the exclusive sale of my temper
ance beer. L. M. PiNKi
IIavo our wagon call for your soilet
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Bartlett fc Norton for hardware ,
Btoves and cutlery , 71)7 ) and ii'116 B'way. '
I have moved my olllco to Omaha , til
which all orders will , bo received and
Ironi which all deliveries will bo made
by wi'gon. L. M. FiXKiiLbTKi.v.
Now and full line of spring goods at
the London Tailors , 037 Broadway.
' S. B. Wadsworlh < fc Co. loan inonov.
For Sulo at 11 linrcnin.
Hotel property in Council BlulTs , cen
trally located , dome good business. U.
P. Olllcer , solo agent , No. 1U , N. Main
St. , Council BluiTs.
HcttcrniK the Hotel.
Extensive improvements have been
begun by the management of the Ogden -
don house , which will require nearly n
month to complete. The billiard hall is
being handbomoly decorated , and when
th-own open will bo brilliantly illumi
nated , as will all of the lower front of
the building. An archway is to bo cut
through from the olllco to the northwest
Teem of the lower lloor , which will befitted
fitted up in dopant style as a smoking
room. This will give those inside a
line view of Broadwav , and will also
render the interior very attractive from
the street.
Heretofore the building has not
shown up well in the evening , and the
change is partially made to remedy this
utato of affairs. The opening of the
archway will give n splendid view of
the interior , and will admit of the olllco ,
dining hall and entire front being
thrown together. The enterprising
management is * constantly improving
the hotel , and the result is scon in the
steady increase in their business. The
manner in which the hotel is now run
in a credit to the city.
Notice the beautiful finish erivon col
lars , cull's and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company.
Money loaned at L. B. Graft's & Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal "property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
dential.
The finest line of spring goods to bo
found in the market is at A. Roller's ,
No. U10 Broadway.
Personal I'arajjrnphi.
F. L. Davis and Mr. Riley , of Missouri
Valley , wore in the Blulls yesterday on
business.
Wanted AKHlfltniit Cook.
At the Deaf and Dumb institution.
Wages $15 to $20 per month. Lodging
and washing free.
Money loaned on fuinituro , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A ( Clark & Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Rooms to rent in the Morriain block.
B , B. Wadsworth &CO..U30 Main street.
Try our XXX bottled boor. Special
rates on all orders from Iowa.
L. M. FIXKIJLSTKIN.
Headquarters for builders' hardware ,
Ddoll & Bryant , 613 Main street.
Dr. C. C. Ilazen , dentist , Opera house
block.
_
Send all orders for bottled beer to L.
M. Flnkolbloln , Omaha.
The following is the programme of
Boryicos to bo uolil at St. Pnul'u church
during Lent :
ASH WKllNESIHV.
Bcrvlco anil Bonnon. . . .Ii-i5 ( ) a. in. , 7:80 : p. m ,
Sundays Service nnil sermon .
. 10:45 : n. m. , 7:30 : p m.
Tuesdays Service . ft p. in.
Wednesdays Service urnl address. .7i)0 : ) p. m.
' .Thursdays Service . 5 p in ,
Fridays Service . .5 p. ID.
noi.vur.K. : .
Dajl.v morning jirnyor. . i . 10:45 : n. in.
Good Friday Service and sermon .
. . . . . . lU45u. ; in. , 7:30 : p. m.
Easier Five , Saturday Uuinlsinnlsprvlco
, . . . S p. m.
floiy communion every Kumluy . b u. in ,
Also on tli-st Sunday in month. . . .10:15 : a. in.
UAbTKIt flUNIUV.
Services , aonnon nnd lioly communion. . .
. 10:20 : n , in.
Children's festival . f . a p. in.
7iO : ! p. in.
More fhvcrtliic Tlmn Converted.
Some time ago at revival services
held nt the Central Metnodist church
ou Market street , in Newark , the Hov.
Dr. Inglchart , the pastor , was pleased
til ; the penitence of , : i burglar , who de
clared he hail been converted. Friday
night what afterwards proved to bo the
eanjo man , secured a room at the bourd-
lHS lioiuo of Mr * . Moses , 1:200 : Clinton
Btroqt. Ho retired to the room , but
during the night disappeared , and with
him three gold watches , n child's bank
book and bovoral other articles of value.
Tjio fonvoi'tcd burglar ) ia not boon
Been slifeo. Ho has also imposed on
' corjyiuou. | .
ALL ABOUT COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Speculation ns to the Oour'so of the
Now Council.
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ACTORS GET A LITTLE LECTURE.
The Scottish Kite lobe Conrorrqil To
Dny Tlio Now City Council
Jlotcl linprovcincnts
IV
Ycstculay's Mtirdor.
A full account of the murder of Ho
Ooodo will bo found on the llrst page of
Tin : Bin. :
The New Council.
The city council meet1) this evening
for the purpose of settling up the busi
ness of 18SSTho ! ) now council will
not meet until Monday evening , March
18 , at which the bouy will organize mid
choose a president. Tlio question of
who will be the appointee1 ? of the coun
cil for the olllccs of city clerk , city phy
sician , street commissioner , poll tax
collector , and chief of the tire douart-
menl , IB already agitating the several
aspirants. As the political com ploxion
of the council remains unchanged , there
are those who predict thtit the city olll-
ccrs will remain as at prusent , but th is
opinion is shared by very few.
It Bcoms to bo the general belief that
City Clerk Lturko will have a succebsor ,
although no one hazards a prediction
nu to the identity of the new man.
Little is said concerning the city phy
sician , and aspirants for the olllce are
scarce.
For street commissioner the present
incumbent , Mr. Avery , will receive
strong support. Several of the alder
men have expressed themselves on the
subject , and are in favor of his reten
tion , as his qualifications for the olllco
are llrst class.
The same is true regarding Mr. Book
man , the poll tax collector. It is stated
that he has had remarkably good suc
cess with collections , and nothing could
bo gained by a change.
It is thought that there will bo a hard
struggle for the olllce of chief of the lire
department. This has always been a
bono of contention. The present chief
is not a favorite with many , and a strong
attempt will bo made to bocurc ti change.
MiiHt Hat in the muffin.
The James O'Neill combination ,
which presented * 'Monto Cristo' ' to a
largo audience at Dohany's Monday
evening , did not leave a dollar in the
city ; although they took several out of
it. They stopped in Omaha , coming
over to this side just before the show
begun , ami returning to that oily as
soon as it was over. The advance agent
of Hanlon's "Now Fantagma" company
was in the city yesterday , and stated
that his company would do the same
thing , but such a howl was raised that
ho quickly thought better of it , , and
agreed to see about accommodations in
this city. The Jllullltes kick , and
justly , too , over the practice of some
manager ! ) in this mntter. It is argued
that as these companies demand and re
ceive a liberal patronage from the theatergoing
ater-going populatian of the city , they
may rea.--onably bo expected to patron
ize tlio city , at least to the extent of
their hotel bills. A disposition is man
ifested to sit down on the companies
which thus shun the city.
Stnrtinir n Consistory.
Preparations have been going on for
sometime past for the establishment in
Council BlulTs of a consistory of the
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite. It is
an event of more than passing import-
anbo , and will attract hither prominent
masons from various parts of the coun
try. The work of conferring the degrees
will commence this morning at ! ) o'clock
in the G. A. II. hall on Pearl street.
The work will take several days. Ojll-
cials of high rank from New York , Ohio.
Minneapolis , Sioux City , Omaha , and
other points will bo present. The para
phernalia brought hero is said to bo
very elaborate , and the mystic degrees
will bo conferred in a most imposing
manner. It will bo the most important
gathering of masons which has mot hero
in years.
Tlio now organization starts in with
about seventy-live charter members , in
cluding not only prominent citixons of
Council BlutTs , but from other cities in
western Iowa.
Preparations are being made for a
grand banquet at the now Ogden on
Thursday evening.
J. G. Tipton , real estate , 627 B'dway.
SUBUKHAN NKWti.
Uonnaril.
Mr. Walter Groscloso went to Dlalr Satur
day.
day.Mr.
Mr. John CloU was a pleasant caller on
Friday.
Herman Hopandlnk Is quite sick with sore
Hi rout.
Mr. John Clotz was a pleasant caller on
Friday.
1)111 Swllmrt was laid up with sore tliro.it
last wcok.
Mr. William Gains movca off his own farm
on Monday.
Mr. Elinor Wild nnd wife , of lllutr are vis-
Itlng Dill Switmrt.
Mr. O. P. Urcwbtor moved on Ills father's
farm on Thursday.
Horn , to Mr. und Mrs. William Mcgall , on
Wednesday , a bo.y.
Mr. Andy Llthco starts for Oregon on
Tunsdiiy , March 11.
Mr. John Norton moved on Mr. William
Burses' farm on Friday.
Mr. Molco Miller shipped his cattle to
South Ouiuha on Thursday.
Mr. John Locrono was In town Saturday ,
the lirst tlmo slnco ho got up.
Mr. John Nisson Is moving in the Dulany
old stand and will open a Kiocory store.
Mr , F. Plmnxvlcklo nnd wife wont to Ar- '
llngton on Sunday , returning on Tuesday. '
Mr. I ! . Uowestnnn ciuno down from Fre
mont on Friday and returned In the evening ,
Mr. John Gains moved on a farm that ho
rented north of Klkhoru htatlon on Monday
last ,
Mrs. S. Hunt nleil Saturday morning with
the Qiiluk consumption , after auout onoyoar's
sfcUncsn ,
Mr. Wlllliim Cunningham and Al Brewstor
went to Utahon Thursday , returning Iho
same day ,
John Hhico has rocolvcd u letter from Bob
blmnor. J'ho letter was written from Can-
nda and mjucfltcd Mr. Blaco not to lot his
wife Buffer. '
Fontanollf.
\Ir. William Kramer sports u now top-
Fremont , Is at homo visit-
Mr. Gcorgo Gannon , of the mail service ,
oundnyvd at homo.
J. W , Kontlnffwuln Fremont Sunday , n
caller en thumnlly of Mr , FO. . Sexton.
Mra. Hanili , living u mlle and a half oust ,
tins been seriously in , but U reported sono
Mr. Charles Kramer U moving his household -
hold Roods , farming Implements and stock tea
a farm ho lias purchased In Cumlng county.
The library society of this place Is to clvo
an eiitcituluulont tha Oth Inst , oxordsos to
consist of music , playg , recitations and lun-
tominics.
On Saturday evwilnc n parly of yon lie
fulba met at LuwU Broa. ' _ Uall to trip the
"llKht fantastic toe. " The cheerful spirits
wcreiircsont ns usual.
While ntnylng bnll on the school grounds ,
last Wcdncsdny , Wltllo Boschulte , aped four
teen , lire ! < o both bones of the right leg mid
way between the knco nnd the nnklo.
Mr. Jesse Wheeler nnd Mrs. Mary Cuppy ,
while riding In n narrlago drawn by an un
ruly broncho team , experience. ! a romantic
nnd somewhat unpleasant runaway , the flrst
of Inst week , It happened thus : The ponies
scorned playful , nt which Mrs. C. gave n
hearty laimh , causing the most playful pony
to hick still higher , and over the 'buggy
tongue. At this instant both her cs took
Illgnt , throwing the buggy llrst on ono side ,
then on the other , nnd llmilly turning It bottom
tom upward , nnd completely raked oft the
top nnd othTwiso demoralizing the buggy.
Strnnge to sny , the occupants , who were in
the buggy until the top came off , wore but
slightly Injured.
Valley.
Operator McDcrmott made n draw in it
lottery recently of ? 15.
Al. Stanetcn shipped three loads of fine fat
steers to Chicago Friday morning.
There are rumors of two or three wed
dings close at hiitid In this vicinity.
Frank Whltmoro attended the dedication
of the Masonic temple nt Fremont tlio 3Sd.
Al. Stanetcn has rented his farm to n Mr.
Green , ncent for an eastern seed company.
Miss Mogglo Crowo loft hero last Sunday
to visit relatives In Council Bluffs and Mln-
dcn , In.
Silas Springer is on the slclt list , and Mrs.
Dr. Williams had n shock of parulvsis from
which she is recovering.
Kov. Mr. Bick was malting calls hero on
Monday. Bo is at present doing ministerial
duties at Lurnmlo Citv , Wyo.
McNcal's house Is nonrlng completion , nnd
N. K Cowlos is erecting ( mother small
house , having made sale of same to a Mr.
Street.
B. M. Puffer lias moved Into his now resi
dence recently bought of L. Whlthlngham ;
Mr. Dennis has moved Into the house of N.
E. Cowles , and Robert Growcock has taken
possession of his premises , vacated by Den
nis.
nis.An
An accident occurred In the hardware
store the other oven ing by which Miles Moon
received a wound In the cap of his Itnco from
u revolver that was nccidcntly discharged ,
but nothing serious is anticipated from the
wound.
T. M. Stonnr , who has bjcn absent in
Iowa the past winter , returned Friday , nnd
with him a wife of recent date. Howill
Itcep house m his brother's house , nnd attend
to all the wants of those desiring anything in
his line.
It. Stanetcn and wife have returned from
their eastern visit , nnd since then have lo
cated at Crcston , Neb. , and will run n meat
market at that place. They will remove
there in a few days with the best wishes of
this community.
There was a social gathering at tlio house
of James Whithlnghnin last week Tuesday
evening , religious services at the church
Wednesday evening , a party at J. J. Miller's
Friday evening and lyccum Saturday even
ing , nil of winch were falHy well attended.
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Swnbtirgh.
There was a party at John Youn's resi
dence lust Saturday ovcnitnr.
Mr. Henry Eghers has bought his brother's
farm and will move there sonn.
Pete Hanson Is moving his personal prop
erty away from Hooper to his farm ,
Mr. Ferdinand Brass of Hoouer has rented
Caspair Miller's farm and will move there
this week.
Henry Egbers lost a valuable horse last
week. Several other similar reports come
from other parties.
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Henry Bec-kman of Hooper is malting prep
nrutions to move to Henry Daubert's farm ,
which ho has rented.
Mr. Henry pauhcr will hereafter make
his homo on his now fnnn , which he bought
from Henry Egbcrs lately.
Miss Katie Stover..who has been working
for Henry Uhling for some time past , re
turned to her homo in Burt county last week.
Mr. Bruce , who has been renting Pete
Hanson's farm for some years pant , will soon
move to Swan Peterson's farm , which Helms
rented.
Mr. Caspar Miller gave nn inauguration
dance last Tuesday evening in his new house ,
which will bo completed In a few davs. All
participants report having had a jolly time.
NIckerHon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Herman went to Omaha
Monday morning.
Mr. Gcorgo Evans spent part of Saturday
and Sunday in Fremont.
Miss Alice Osierman , of Fremont , was the
guest of Miss Clara Haven Friday and Sat
urday.
Mr. Lymnn Heinrich , formerly of-thls
place , has been visiting friends hero tholast
two or three days.
Several of the young folks were over to
attend the dance at Fontcnello last Saturday
night. All report a very nlco tltno.
Miss Mary Jacobs came down Irom Scrlb-
ner Saturday afternoon to visit old friends.
She is now the guest ot Mrs. Gcorgo Her
man.
man.Mrs.
Mrs. Thomas Bullock nnd two children ,
who have been visiting Messrs. M. nud
Gcorgo Herman , returned to her homo in
Fremont , Friday.
Mr. M. Herman has removed his house
hold from his farmone nnd a-half miles west
of Nlckcrson , and is now living in our town ,
trying to take lifo easy.
Bcllcvue.
Bcllovuo boasts of a population of 400.
Bellcvuo needs city mayor and sidewalks.
There are three candidates for the Bcllo
vuo postofllco.
B. Larson finished tilling his 4,000 ton ice
bouso last week.
II. W. Bardwell has laid the foundation
for a now hotel opposite the B. & M. depot.
H. C. McMakcn ft Son of Plattsmouth ,
shipped ! )00 ) cars Ice to Kansas City from
Bellcvuo this winter.
The students of'Bellevuo college huvo just
awakened from n happy dream , which now
Is causing quite n stir among Iho faculty.
That wo are putting in the largest
and most complete line of building sup
plies \vo have over carried , and will bo
pleased to give estimates on all tin
work , rooting , furnace work and build
er's hard ware. Are pleased to give es
timates to all parties who contemplate
building. Call at our store ,
'II MAI.M STIEKIi'F ,
COJLR iV COLE.
Wo soil the Quick Meal Gas and
Gasoline stoves. The 1889 stove is a
daisy. Cows ft Coi.u ,
41 Main street.
THE COUNCllTBrUFFS
RSTMK
fflEiMONEY
MONEY
On hand for city loans ; lowest rates
of interest.
Fine farms close to Bluffs tooxchango
for city property.
Wcfatorn lunu to exchange for city
property.
Big bargains in Broadway lots.
Fine business property to exchange
for well improved farms.
Good fresh stock t'rocorlos to exchange -
change for city property and one-third
cash.
Houses and lots on monthly payments.
Small payments down. Prices ranging
from $776 to $4,01)0. , )
Cheap lots in Evans' , Wright's , Coch-
ran's and most all additions to city.
Fine aero property for sale from $100
to $ .500 losu than present worth.
No. 10 I'cnr JS1. , Council
D.H.MGDANELD& CD , ,
HidesJallow.PeMool . fi.Fufs ,
l'wt ' market prices. Prompt returns.WO
tud s ilixla at , , council Bluffs , low * .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
. _ _ li' 'A- - . . . , .
WANTS.
771011 HKNT-Tno nicely fit/nUncd / room * for
A. ' innnnnd wlfoortnogcntlciacnwlth nsoof
Vinths. licnted by furnace. . ' 1 South Seventh
street , Amcnt block.
WANTKD-The people to try tlio City Steam
TT I.tumdry. 31 Nortti Mnin. i
"T7IOH HENT-Clieap. two Inuiilsomo , now , six-
J- room cottage * , north ot nrnnsfor , Council
lllwrs. Inquire lilauil Hlsutor , Mh avo. nnd
2lSt St.
TTOK HKNT Tlio three story odck store room
J-1 No. 407 llroiulwny. The location Isonoot
the Iwst in the city. 'Iho liulldln ) has boon oc
cupied fey the Inst twenty ycnrs by M Iller \ Co. ,
hardwarp , nnd would be n \ ry rteslralilo loca
tion torn Imrdtvnro business oa that account.
John llcunott.
Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Pro
tectors , Etc ,
Agents wanted.
C. It. .IIIt > I > ,
Council Dlu r-i In ,
CITY MEAT MARKET !
TO THE FEONT !
_
t'f < TU , FUKTIIiil : NOTICE I VIM. PEl.t.
BEEF , VEAL & PORK
- or MV OWN miEssi.sn -
Iowa Cattle , Fed on Iowa Corn.
And will meet nny lionet competition on prlcaj
for llist-t'Iaas Mo its.
J. M : SCANLAH ,
12O lirondwny. - - Tcloph.mii 2Ot.
THY OUH illUHII.
TllOS. Of KICKH. XV. II. M. PUSKV
OFFICER & PliSEY ,
BANKERS.
Corner Muln nnd Ilroadnny ,
COl'NCId liljUKre. IOWA.
Dealers In foreign uitl domestic1 exchange.
Collections niutle nud Interest palil < > u tlmo do-
poslt.s.
MERCHANTS
Who Will Snvo You Money
IFYOUBUYofTHEM.
CO . t. ADAMS
CD
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o A. CO.'JS
SHOE
House ,
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417 llroatlwn ' , < "
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THE BEST. ' ? ! ; Ul
Is Always 5 | 3
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CHEAPEST ! -
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As 1 can jirovo by I iH |
hundreds.
Lanzendorfer &
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Strohbehn ,
Xo. 221 § 85 E9fl
MAIN STKIIT. : 9 n
FIELD & ESTEP ,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
I'nrtlcnlar attention given to Kinlmlnilmr.
Ki > . II X .Until .St. , Council Uinift.
Kiirntturq repairing mmtly dono.
Olllco cullB attended promptly day nnd night.
LU THE BUST
. m 1 MEATS
S. 5 Q )
O P 4- * AT TIIK
& 4K
3 K Lowest Prices !
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- 5 S2 . -2
O 2 " * s Poultry of nil Uimls
" c g o * * ' J dressed to order.
Irt ij
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n .S - , : S E. Mottaz
CJ > No. 114 Ilroathx'
GO TO THE
- TAILOR
And gel Uic heat luting Suit
you ever luul.
No , 397 Broadway- , - Council Bluffs ,
t
The nicest eigh'ly acre farm on the slope in Iowa , 9
miles south of Crteton , 100 miles east of Omaha.
Good 6 room house.
Earn with roonrfor eight horses , and-cow barn , sheds
graineriea , orchard , etc.
Good wells , liyiug water , tame grass.
Near school , 'church , etc.
Easy terms.
Write C. J. COLBY ,
522 Paxtou , Block , Omaha , or Broadway and 30th St.
Council Bluffs , Iowa. , .
THE ORDER W\3
POST NO BILLS !
VOUN KE RMA/V.
BROADWAY
STATIONED
SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
CljOafier UMBERS.
SWANSON MUSIC ( S-
S. --.ilwoysthci A. Pierce , Proprietor. LOVVCST. /Vo,23 < f No.H4MainSf.
rurmfurQ 8c Stoves
on vreeftor / monthly
foy'tents t Best
Selections Lonost
r/ccs. Literaldi'saunt
Faf CASH.
_ SbSHOS
/V O . 326 BROAOVv/AN / ,
STEAM
/V. A/lain St. Teie\r \ ) > or\e
SEE HOW THEY OBEYE D IT.
NEW CURIOSITY SHOP.
i , ji' . ' _ -T-T -p.i-uiYmfc.Hroi
kTO fe ry fe ggm
OAOHAS'GONE |
ofCJ.EJ.JUDD
onX0 ? 5
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35 ra ? * JO
WATCH THE
BOSTON STORE
NEW ATTRACTIONS OFFERED DAILY !
SPECIAL FOR TO-DAY :
1.
75 pieces 36-inch all wool Dress Flan
nels , former price 50c , to-day's price 33c ,
150 dozen ladies' Balbrig-gaii Vests ,
worth 25c , Price for to-day 15c each.
3.
150 pieces dark calicos 2c a yard <
worth 5c.
An old established Boot and Shoe business
in Counoil Bluffs , Iowa.
The Phillips "stock of Boots and Shoes at
413 Broadway , is for sale and the store will
be rented. Best stand and trade in city.
Nearly thirty years in one location. Present
stock from $12,000 to $15,000. For further
particulars apply to GD. . Phillips , at the
store , or to N. O. Phillies , one of the execu
tors of the J. M. Phillips estate.
N. P. DODG-E , Executor.
TIHIIEJ IRTJSSIEIILiILj
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted foi *
25 TO 300
LIGHTING ,
nflRSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Specifications and estimates furnished for complete Rtonm plnnt.i. Ileculatlon. Durability Guar
nutuud. Can bhow letters from users where Fuel Economy Is oijii'il ultli Corliss Non-Condensing
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. 51O Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A PIANO ,
ORGAN , SHEET MU.SIC , MUSIC
BOOK , OR ANY KIND OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.
Csvll on us.Vo Iseup only the bent and latest improved.Vo
boll the Colubnitcd
HARDMAN , FISHER & EVERETT PIANOS , ROYAL AND
CENTURY ORGANS ,
XOXK JIKTTER IN TJfli M A It K 1ST ,
IVc soil for Cash and on Monthly I'tivmuiits. AVu tiarantoo butifafaution in
P1UCK AN ! ) QUALITY.
COME AX1 > SKfS US , OR HKXn FOlt CATALOG U IS.
ADDRESS
MUELLER MUSIC CO. ,
vo. io niii.STKIIT / : ; , - - COILVCII , HMri\s , i/t.
P. S. Pianos and Of-gans , to rent , tuned and repaired , Wo uno furnish
3fathnatcs on Pipe
F. J. BBEZEE ,
, Taxidermist and Naturalist.
Permanently located at No. II Norm Sixth filrcc-t , i. ,
oilln * . on inutorllno , Council llluirH , Iowa.
Illnls nnd anlmalH mounted naturally and In Iliu bi-nl method ot
. . . , , . -11.- . - . - the art , Wai ranted to prcservu for year > < , J'on-lfc'ii bird1) ) supplied
n bhort notice. IliulioHtnrlcepnld forowlHnnd liawkn of nil klnilH. I'tmoiw sending orders
ajurcd of | ierfect hutlsfactlun. I ur drusslng n ipevlalty Witlo for paitlculiira ,
POST OFFICE MEAT MARKET
H , PETHYBRIDGE & CO. , PROPS.
ManufueturorB and Wholesale Dualers in
Sa iasa gre of .A.11 2dl2n.cd.s ,
Orders Promptly Filled and Delivered ,
Mo. 635-Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
; ASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
70. 330 BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 2GQ