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THE OMAHA DAILY BEL MONDAY , APRIL 152 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFF1CI& NO 12 I'EAHIi 8TUEI5T.
reltmed by carrier In Any Tnrt of ho City ix
Tvi cnty Cents Per Week. ' _ _
II. W. TH/TON. , , MANAGER.
nrpiKCPR OrricB No. 43.
NIOIIT KiuTon , No.- ) . .
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
Chnrirs Smith wns towed In yesterday for
disturbing tlio pence on Upper Urondwny.
Charles Honslcyvtis nrrestcd yesterday
for fast driving und cruelty to nnlmnls. Ho
IB ono of tlio many express drivers of the
city , who should bo severely dealt with for
many such offenses.
"Humpy" Anderson nnd George A. Cook
wcro nrrestcd ycsterdny for the Inrccny of a
cent from A. Urownold , Saturday night ,
Anderson Is nn old offender , nnd Is known to
the police ns a thief nnd nil around crook.
Fnlrvlew Haso Unll park , In the western
part of the city ; 1ms been surveyed , and will
bo enclosed nt onco. It will bo 400 feet
square , and will contain n splendid ball
ground and largo umphlthcator. It Is ex
pected to luivo it in readiness for panics In-
lido o'f three weeks.
The Presbytery meets In the Presbyterian
church Thursday evening and continues the
sessions over next Sunday. A Inrgo number
of ministers nntl church-workers nro ex
pected from different parts of the state. The
sessions will doubtless prove Interesting to
many outside the church organization , as
well ns to all insldo of It.
.Too Carl took bis bnso ball npgrcgntlon to
Mnnawa yesterday nftcrnoon anil turned
them loose on the virgin sod of that classic
resort. Their nntics wore terrible to look
upon , and.would have given the great Anson
nn attack of fever and nguo had ho been
there to see. but there Is no doubt whatever
thnjl when the boys settle down to business
they will play great ball , and they will dish
un some pretty games before the end of the
John T. Stewart & Son have fourteen
head of colts nnd llllles In training at Union
driving park , in charge of the veteran
trainer , Henry Meyers. They are all look
ing splendidly , and nro already showing up
well In their work. Ono of the two-year-
olds worked out n half mile a few days slnco
In 4SX without whip or spur. Several of
them nro entered for the Chicago races , nnd
It Is dollars to doughnuts that they do not
The huge 70.000 gallon reservoir nt the
Chautnuimn grounds.will soon bo completed.
The excavation has been finished , and the
work of bricking it will consume- but n few
days. The trenches for the pipes have been
excavated , nnd ilio pump is on hand ready to
be placed in position as soon as the puuip-
liouso in finished. It is expected to bavo the
entire plant In running order by the middle
of next month. The springs which furnish
the water are discharging a largo amount nt
present , and an overflow pipe from the res
ervoir will bo a necessity.
For $25.00 The N. Y. Plumbing Co.
will put a load service pipe nnd hydrant
In your yard ; iilso 60 feet extra hoso.
Call nt oneo at 114 Main street.
Buildings loans. Odoll Bros. & Co.
Mr. I. N. Uootli , of this city , will remove
In a short tlmo to Noola , where ho will open
n law ofllco on the 1st of May.
Harry Blrkinbiuo loft for Kansas City
Saturday evening on n short business trip.
"Mayor Uohror ana Aldormnn Lacy loft
last evening for Cedar Haplds on business
connected wjth the firemen's tournament.
They will confer with railroad ofllclnls rela
tive to getting more favorable rates for vis
itors at that time. Mr. Lacy will also make
a move toward securing tlio union of someof
the cities In the eastern part of the state
With Council muffs in the matter of getting
up a scries of circuit trotting meetings late
In the season.
Notice tho'beautiful finish given col
lars , cuds and shirts by Cascade Laun
Money loaned on furniture , 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.
! _ * . .
Dr. C. C. Hazon , dentist , Opera house
Exercising for the Races.
The Rescue nnd Elsomnn hose teams hold
full sway at Union Driving park yesterday
nftcrnoon. It was the first time that the two
teams had met In running harness , and
although they wore In no condition to run ,
having trained scarcely any as yet , they
wore eager for n contest , nnd the result wns
very creditablo. The Hescue.s made better
running time by three-quarters of n second
than their competitors , but neither team
made a coupling. There was no brake on
the reel of the Elsoman cart , and the hose
"bogged , " throwing the'coupling against the
frame of the cart with such force as to ren
der It useless. A brake will bo secured be
fore another run is made. The Hcscuo
couplers failed to connect. Considering the
fact that It was the first run made by either
team , the result was very good , and much
better than was expected. The run was too
long for the majority of the boys , but they
will work down to it in fine shape.
Houses built on your own lots on
monthly payments by C. B. Judd , COO
To Owners , Trainers nnil Others.
The rules will bo enforced against all
owners , Irninors and their horses who
either harbor or employ the colored lad ,
Alonzo Stockton , in any capacity , ho
being under engagement to us.
JOHN T. STEWAHT & SON.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
J. G. Tlpton , real estate , 527 B'dway
Headquarters for builders' hardware ,
Odoll & Bryant , 613 Main street.
A movement Is now on foot and well under
way among the worklngmcn of the city to
establish n co-operative grocery store in this
city In a short tlmo. The arrangements will
bo completed nt a meeting to bo hold to
morrow evening. Tim stock of the company
will bo f,000 ; ) , divided into shares of $10 each ,
payable in monthly payments of fU.50 on each
share. The entire amount will bo paid In
lour months , and tno company will then be-
Bin business , The stock is nearly all sub-
scribed. Mr. A. N. Sci-lbnor has been ap
pointed manager , and his bund fixed at
f2,000 , with the Guaranty Trust company of
North America us the surety. No location
has yet been decided upon. It Is stated that
the co-opuratlvo plan will bo uxtomlod to all
brunches of business , and that nil kinds of
enterprises will bo established in the city as
eon as it can bo dono. Therecun bo no war
on rates , the onlv returns expected being
from the regular dividends. The workingmen -
men are quito enthusiastic in the matter.
Kolenco anil llcllirlon. .
At the Presbyterian church ycsterdny
morning Huv.Or , Phelps preached ono of
his best sermons. Ho took upon himself n
dcfonso of Christianity from the assaults ot
certain scientist * . Is doing BO ho made a
diminution between true Christianity and
some of Its counterpart lorms. Ho declined
to dofcnd anything but the true belief , nor
did ho tanctlon all thu act * of the churches
In tha pait. Ho did not believe that these
profrMlnK Christianity had at all times been
actuated by it * ipirlt In dealing with tclouco.
On tuo other hand ho draw a distinction , be
tween iclenco and these who claimed to bo
ncjcntliti. To hla mind theremis no con-
Old between cclunco nnd religion. There
wa only n conflict between true
clirlitlanlty and godless uon who claimed
lo U > wiio.
TlKio t'0 < lle writers were chiefly
scientist * who confined their study to th e
lowest form of science the material or
nnlmnl. They did not Investigate or wrlto
upon montnl or moral science. Hero they
met questions too profit for them.
In support of hl claims , the speaker
quoted freely from the bible , showing its
teachings to bo in favor of culture nnd de
velopment. The word "wisdom" wns found
over ono thousand times , nnd it was always
commended. Christianity had established
schools and colleges everywhere. Its spirit
caused that civilization which produced the
wonderful oducntory systems and appli
ances by which these very mon wore enabled
to make their researches.
The popular cry of Christianity bolntf nar
row and bigoted , and science being liberal ,
was , also , skilfully handled , Tlio speaker
pictured the difference between the teach
ings of these scientists , who claim that death
ends all , and Christianity teaching of n
bright future. Ono taught the development
of man ni nn animal , with a slight develop
ment of the mental. The other urged the
development of man's spiritual , Intellectual
nnd physical nature.
The discourse throughout wns full of
strong , tcrsely-uut arguments , happy lllus-
trntlons-and earnest appeals ,
Kcnl estate loans , F. J. Day , 30 Pearl.
Wiut for the grand millinery display
of pnttorn lints nnd bonnets April 17 ,
18 and 11) ) , at Mrs. P/ollTor's. 1 > 02 Upper
Broadway , and No. 14 Main struct.
Houses and lots for sale on monthly
payments , or terms to suit , by 0. U.
Judd , COO Broadway. Warrantee deed.
Harmony's First I'nstor.
Yesterday was n red hitter day for Har
mony mission In that it formally received Its
tlrst regular pastr.o During the past months
much earnest work has been done by these
Interested In the founding and maintenance
of this mission , with the result of giving
pcrmannncy to this branch of religious work.
At the opening of the services yesterday
afternoon Dr. Phelps took occasion to thank
these persons for their zeal and the per
sistency of their work along this line , He
said Mr. Williams had been secured to
operate directly In the mission work of the
city , as well us to uct ns the formal pastor of
Harmony mission. . There were also present
nt these services the deacons of the Presby
terian church nnd n full attendance of wor
Heing Introduced. Mr. Williams said ho
had done considerable work in the mission
Holds of the west , but nowhere had ho been
accorded so hearty a reception ns here. For
this ho wns thankful. Ho urged tlio work
ers whoso labors had already accomplished
so much not to relax their efforts , but under
the guidance of a lender , to make still greater
strides in religious icsults.
Ho announced his text , John 17:10 : : "For
their sakcs I sanctify myself. " Putting the
work of Christ for the world ns a setting
upari of Himself for Its redemption. A very
excellent discourse was delivered. It was
clear cut in Its theology , and showed the
speaker to bo a clear tninkor as well as a
Mr. Williams is a young man of probably
twenty-live to thirty years of nee. Ho hns
notyct completed his theological studies.
You will find plat and tickets for re
served seats for Dr. Tovis & Co.'s "Car
avan of Songs and Scones" at Buslniell's
book store , Main street.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
Remember C. B. Judd represents no
company , but sells his own property.
Houses and lots on monthly payments.
Rooms to rent in the Morrinm block.
S. B. Wadsworth &Co.JJ3G Main street.
The blue ice wagon sells pure river
Ice. Your orders solicited. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Telephone 1612. Of
fice 502 1st avo. , under Citizens' bank.
Stop the Motor.
A mnn fell from n motor car on Urondwny
yesterday afternoon , ns ho carelessly leaned
from the step. Ho jumped up and hurriedly
pulled himself together. The conductor
stopped the tram as soon as possible , but the
stranger shot down Fourth street with the
remark , "Dot vns no madder. Dls vns where
I vns wanted to get mo off anyhow. " A se
rious accident is sure to result before very
long , unless the traveling public exercises
more caution in trotting on and off the motor
cars. There is no necessity for wild dashes
nnd dangerous chances , as the cars will stop
to lot passengers on or oft nt any desired
point , at the sumo price nnd with no percepti
ble loss of time. No good comes of these-
exhibitions of hair-brained recklessness ,
while much danger is incurred by the foolish
acrobat , besides keeping the conductor nnd
motor man In n state of perpetual terror , lest
the uncertain feat bo tried once too often.
It hardly seems as though n disinterested
party car. bo reasonably expected to look
closely nftcr life nnd limb of which the
owner Is so careless.
Notice toVarcr ConminiorH.
Water rents are now duo and payable
at ofllce , 11-1 Main street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CITY WATKH
Picturesque Europe , Guizot's History
of Franco , Longfellow's poems , Century ,
Harper , St. Nicholas , Youths' Com
panion and all magazines , bound neatly
ana durable , at Morohouso & Co.'s ,
Pearl street , near Broadway.
Sale Beginning Monday morning ,
April 15 , and continuing until all is sold
at private sale , household goods , carpets -
pots , bedroom sets , kitchen utensils ,
etc. , etc. Mils. U. J. FISHKK ,
140 Grant st.
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan ofllco on furniture , pranos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
nobbed by Chicago.
Tlio impartial , and nearly always cor
rect , crop statistician in the agricul
tural department at Washington esti
mates that there has boon consumed
and sold CO per cent of the corn crop of
1888 , says the DOB Moines Register. But
the Chicago papers , which are always
overestimating the farmers' crops , and
the amount of grain hold in reserve , are
disputing Mr. Dodge's estimates , con
tending that instead of 60 per cent be
ing disposed of , not exceeding 40 per
cent has boon consumed und sold , and
there is yet CO per cent in the cribs of
the country. This is an untrue , unfair
and sollleh estimate by the Chicago
grabbers. They wish to estimate on
hand as largely as possible to depress
the price , until the spring sales are
sent forward , knowing as they do when
active work on the farms begins the
farmers will nearly cease selling corn ,
when Chicago speculators will advance
the price by claiming that the country
has oversold. Besides , just now , the
corn sent forward from Iowa , which is
sound and good ns corn ever grows ,
will ho graded down mostly as No. 2
nnd U. And , as an excuse , claim that it
has a few small grains In it from the
tips of tlio ears , or a little dust in it
from rubbing otT the points of each
grain in handling and railroad friction.
In this way they will reduce the price
from 6 to 8 cents per bushel , making a
difference of from 480 to $50 per car
It is probable no city In the world has
over so swindled the country it is de
pendent en as Chicago has , Nor Is
there any inntanco where the city has
become go rich , so populous and so cor
rupt as it has on its spoils from off the
country. Every device is resorted to
by which to reduce the price of produce
by unnatural and unusual practices In
commerce to beggar the people which
SOME HINTS HUSBANDRY ,
How n Profitable Dairy Ought to bo
THE PRACTICE IOF DEHORNING.
Kconotny hi tlio Use of Fertilizers
The Culture of Asparagus
Quality In Draft Horses
Trent the Cow Kindly.
Any harsh treatment that excites the
cow lessons the quantity and injures the
quality of her yfold , says the Practical
Farmer. Cows should bo allowed nn
abundant supply ot wholesome , suitable
food , nnd as much pure water as they
will drink. A supply of salt should bo
placed where they have access to it
every day. Cows should not bo allowed
to drink btngnant , Impure water , or to
cat cleanings from horse stables , tur
nip tops , or un v tiling that will give the
milk an offensive taint , All milk ves
sels should bo thoroughly cleansed , first
being well washed , them scalded with
boiling watoiyind afterwards pnlllclontly
aired to keipp thorn poifcctly ewoot.
The cows should bo milked with dry
hands , and only after the udders have
boon , washed or well brushed.
Trill OH In Dairying.
There is in every business worth the
ollo\vlng a need of attention to details ,
but in none is this so manifest as in the
worl : of the dairymen , says the Sun
Francisco Kxtuninor. Tlio experience
of all who have made u success in this
occupation , will , \vu think , be unani
mous upon this point. Rich pasture ,
good cowscompleto dairy appurtenances
are of slender avail without a tire
less and comprehensive ) attention to
these minor mutters too often neg
lected , yet of such importance in the
aggregate. Lot us observe a few of the
trillcs that need to bo cared for. If some
careless lad 'is allowed to drive the cows
too hastily at times , either to or from
pasture , there is a direct loss in the
yield of milk. If the cows , through
haste , laziness or more nwkwarcness ,
are not milked clean , they soon fail
somewhat. Milk to the last drop , for in
the aggregate the drops of each day
make the quarts and gallons of the
summer's work. A few poor cows kept
in the uairy bring down the average of
the whole herd. When milk is a good
price it may not bo profitable to raise
the calves , unless of an especially
choice breed. This question must bo
definitely settled by each dairyman. On
well managed dairy farms itis often the
best policy to feed the cows on the
richest food , thus increasing the value
of the fertilizers which are obtained ,
and tnis being put on the pastures ren
ders them more productive. But this ,
also , is a question which only the dairy
notebook and the ledger of the dairy
man can settle. As a rule , the nearer
to a city the uairy is located , and the
moro valuable is the land , the more
nearly on a high pressure system should
it bo carried on.
Walter Caruth , an extensive stock
man , dairyman and farmer of Dallas
county , has recently concluded to de
horn his stock , says the Dallas ( Tex. )
News. In pursuance of this determina
tion about three weeks ago he employed
Dr. Folsottor , a veterinary surgeon to
take the horns olT iJoO head of cattle ,
which was done by throwing the animal
and sawing olT the horns. The cattle
upon which the operation was performed
ranged in ago from calves to old cows in
their teens. Dr. Falsottor , who wont
out yesterday to see how the cattle were
getting along , stated to a reporter that ,
with the exception of a few head into
which the screw got , the animals did
not appear to sulTor any inconvenience
in consequence of the operation which is
attended with little or no pain and no
loss of blood. Mr. Caruth will have
about ono hundred head moro dehorned
immediately , and in future have noth
ing on his place in the shape of ubovino
that wenrs horns. Ho claims all the
advantages originally put forth by the
partisans of dehorning.
So far as possible , all the manure
around the stables , pens arid sheds
should bo hauled out before the spring
work fairly commences , says a writer in
the Prairie Farmer. After the soil is
ready for the plow , there is generally
very little opportunity for this kind of
work , at least until the seeding and
planting are all through ; and this will
usually delay until after wo have had
considerable hard spring rains that will
rob the manure that ia exposed 01 a
considerable per cent of the bolublo
portions. If all the manure is kept
under shelter , this could , of course , bo
avoided , but with the majority of farm
ers , and during the winter especially , a
considerable part of the manure is made
in the stable and feeding lots , and i.
consequently moro or less oxuosods
While the ground is frozen there is but
little loss compared to that when it is
thawed out anil subjected to the hard ,
soaking rains that usually como in the
spring. It is the soluble parts that the
first crop derives tno benefit from.
With nearly all what is considered
as farm manure there is a considerable
nor cont'that is not soluble , and will re
main in the soil some time before it will
bo in an available condition for plant
food. So , if loft exposed to the rains
too long before hauling out and apply
ing , the amount of available plant food
will bo lessoned considerably. Manure
should bo valuable to lese when it can
be avoided. In many cases , loaving.it
until after the seeding or planting in
the spring , would imply doforrincr until
after harvest , as the work of cultivat
ing the various crops will require all
the time. In fact , ordinarily thoio is
very little opportunity for any outside
work from the time we can commence
sowing oats in the spring until the
wheat , hay and oats are harvested ; and
in addition , the crops will , if the ma
nure is hauled out in time , bo able to derive -
rive a considerable amount of benefit ,
and the loss , at least a considerable
part of it , by leaching during the
spring , is avoided.
If the ground is well plowed , nnd the
manure Hauled direct from thoyards and
a tables to tlio fields and scattered out ,
it can bo made of considerable benefit
to the first crop ; while , if deferred , the
time for deriving benefit will also bo
delayed. By a little planning , as a rule.
the greater part of the work at least
can bo done before the time for com
mencing the regular work.
To Succeed With Anparacus.
The first and most important point is
to select land that is naturally or artifi
cially undordrtincd , says the American
Agriculturist. Rich , moist , alluvial
land , containing considerable sand , is
best , if the land is well drained. A dry ,
eandy knoll , if rich enough , will pro
duce a fair crop , hut nofc as good u ono
us moister land. Provided the drainage
is good , asparagus delights in an abund
ance of water. With good drainage nnd
plenty of water und plant food , the
character of the Boil , as to whether it is
sandy , or clayey , or mucky , is not essen
tial to success. A Boil that contains a
little clay and u good deal o ( sand , with
Eomo muck , is best , but this is not half
BO Important as thin planting und heavy
manuring. You cannot make the laud
"When should the plants bo sot out ? "
Either In the autumn or spring. But I
whether you plantain spring or mil , be
fore planting the land must bo worked
till it is fine and mellow. "How shall
wo plant ? " First , igoteomo good , fresh
two-year-old roola. Then , if you nro
going to plant.ismall bed in the garden -
don , stretch n lin < 5 not less than four
foot from any other plant , and with n
hoe make holes along the line , cisrh-
teen inches or tlit'co feet apart , four
inches deep , and largo enough to hold
the plants when thb roots nro spread out
horizontally. Do not make deep holes
straight down in the ground nnd stick
the roots in ns you would n cnbbago , but
spread out the roots. After the roots
nro sot out cover them with fine soil ,
nnd that is all there is to it. Then move
the line three feet from the first row
nnd repeat the planting till the bed is
Mulshed. In the flolil make the rows
with n common corn-marker , throe feet
apart each way , nnd sot out n plant
where the rows cross. It is little more
work to plant nn aero of nsparagus than
nn acre of potatoes.
Quality In Drnlt HorcH.
The American Agriculturist : Amer
ican buyers of draft-horse stock , unac
customed for massive working animals ,
which will probably never rise on their
continent , says , but which always exists
for team work of our cities and towns ,
have a natural preference for lightish ,
"poacocky" horses ; nnd , of course , so
long as such n demand lasts , it is to the
direct interest of English breeders to
supply the requirements of their foreign
Judging from the Clydosdaln horses
exhibited last July at Nottingham , it
appears a certainty that in the course
of n few years the Shire will bo the
only breed worthy the name and possets-
ing the attributes of a dray horse , and
it rests with the judges and breeders
whether or not even ho will not deteri
orate in size to the level of his north
The nbovo , from a correspondent of
the English Live Stock Journal , shows
that they do not comprehend the wants
of the American trade. Our importers
are selecting the best horsus in all
Europe f6r this country , and breeders
insist upon quality us well as size. Wo
already have a demand for heavy mas
sive , grade draft horses , and our city
markets demand good style with largo
size and good feet , and the loss hair on ,
the logs the better.
A Hie I Ion.
D. C. Geode , of Conyors , Ga. , killed n
hog recently which weighed 805 pounds
gross and TM not. The head weighed
52 pounds nnd the hams 100 n piece.
The hog was throe years old the 15th of
last month. Itjtoolc five men with the
assistance of along lever to hang it up.
Mr. Geode did not begin to push the hog
until lust fall. Ho put it in n stable to
fatten , and thought ho would send it to
the Augusta exposition and the state
Jair , but it became so vicious ho was
afraid it would be dangerous for these
who might approach it. Ho will make
it up into lard and sausage. Mr. Geode
will realize between $60 and 870 from
the sale ot his hog.
The weak pigs of a litter may need
nursing and food if ta sow has too many
of them to nurse.
"IjlOH SALE My residence , corner ttn f > t. and
A ? litli nvo. , llnu location , ( jood 8 room house ,
city wuter , cistern , burn , etc l.otMxllW , n bar
gain If sola soou. S. ! T."Frenci ! , room 4 , opera
Oil HENT-Two 'dwelling houses , 8 and 10
rooms , nnd two centrally located unices In
Council Hind's. Horace Everett.
FOIl HUNT Nino-room Swiss cottage In
Jamas block on Third avenue , oenvoen
Eighth and Ninth streets.
"VTOTICE Sealed bids for the plant of the
-L i Council liluir.4 ICnlttlng company , either
in part or ontlro. will bo received uy tno co m-
pnny up to April 11 , HSU. Klylit to reject any
and all bids reserved.
ENGINE 1'OK SAU3-Ono .xl2. twonty-horso
llowcr , mostly now. Union Iron works.
No , 1307 , M St. , Council Illuirs. In.
TJ1OH KENT Cheap , two handsome , now slx-
J-1 room cottages , north of transfer , Council
Illnll's. Inquire llland llishtor , Gth avo. and
D.H.McDANELQ & GO , ,
Hidesjallow , Pelts , Wool & Furs. .
Highest market prices. Prompt returns. No. KO
and K.nj Maln-st. , Council UluU's , Jowu.
Tnos. OFFICER. W. II. M. Pusur.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Corner JInlu nnd Uroadwny ,
COL'NClLi ' UliUJiTS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign .nd domestic exchange.
Collections made nnd Interest paid on tlmo de
IN THE LAND ,
-Ti preparing for a Grand Opening
and riitii' ) Display , which will
take place about May 1st. Their
fine bnililinti la bcliifi ovcrhau'cd
throughout , and bclna benntlfnlly
decorated and painted. When fin
ished U will be the handsomca
block in the twin cities.
For thin occasion eighteen mag
nificent pianos , of new and elegant
designs , have been especially order
ed. These will bo exhibited. Jn ad
dition there will be an Informal
concert In which numbers will bo
presented by tlio best focal and In
strumental talent In Council JSltt 7.s
anil Omaha. It K i . , m > i
OF DM AHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mrs. C. L. CILLETT'S '
And sco her fine line of Hnlr
Goods. l-'INKST HAIH
OUNAMENTS In tlio city.
Witts Heards.etc. , for Hunt
Qluthunil Coylo nnd Myers
( Jrta.so 1'nlnts. Hnlr
_ _ Dressing. Etc.
Nu. 120 Main St. , Council Uluift.
Orders by mall receive prompt nttentlon.
No. 27 Main Street ,
Over Jacqucmiii' ! ) JTewuflry Store
Tho"Vl33t Nl odorn Novolltl OB
Artistic Decoration !
AT PETER G. MILLER'S.
Sign , HoiibO and Ornamental Pnlntlng , Kaho
mining , arninlng , etc.
Nos. 11 and 13 Pearl St.
NEW CURIOSITY SHOP
o. v/s/ . BUT :
vv oKsc -
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER ;
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Specifications and estimated ( urnUbeil for complete steam p'ants. Ilppulatlon. Durability Quar
unteed. Can show letters from luers whore I'uel Kcouomy In equal M'itli Corliss Non-Conuorului
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffa
FOR THIS WEEK
Curtain . Department.
Curtain Scrim , from ; c up.
Lace Curtaining , from loc up.
Lace Curtain Sets , from 6p'c up.
Window Shades , with Hartshorn Spring Rollers and Fix *
tures Complete , 330 up , in about 15 different colors.
Curtain Poles , with Handsome Brass Fixtures and Trim
mings , 500 up ; sold elsewhere for $ i. oo.
Wash Goods Department ,
White Cross-Barred Muslin , c up.
White Lawn , extra quality , ice up.
Zephyrs , Stripes , extra fine , ice ; worth 150.
French Pattern Sateens , extra quality , isj c ; worth igc.
Toil clu Nord's ' , handsome styles , i2 c ; worth i8c.
Zephyr Ginghams , select patterns , 150 ; worth 22c.
Fancy stripe and regular made Balbriggan Hose , 12
Extra weight , fancy stripe , regular made Hose ,
worth 25c ,
Regular made "Black Hose , extra weight and quality , ic ;
In Children's Hose we have an immense line. Prices to
suit all. Guaranteed the best value and finest selection in the
Ladies'Jersey Ribbed Vests , i5c and igc ; worth 25c and 330
Muslin Underwear Dep't.
Ladies' Corset Covers from ISe up.
Ladies' Chemises , handsomely trimmed and well made , 23c up.
Ladies' Muslin Drawers , 23c up.
Ladies' Muslin Skirts , 50c up.
Ladies' Muslin Night Dresses , 50c up.
In the above we show the finest selection to be found
either here or in Omaha , and our prices we guarantee to be
lower than either. Call and get prices and judge for yourself.
FOTHERINGHAM , WHITELAW & CO. ,
Leaders and promoters of low prices , 401 Broadway , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
BEGINNING WITH A CUT !
AT WHOLESALE A\l > RETAIL.
WE AKE OJ'iVSX : ; THE SEASON'S TJCADE W1TJI A
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On our entire slock. C/'ull anil NCO or write UK.
COUNCIL ISLUFFS CAKi'ET CO.
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