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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY. APKIL 17. 1880.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFF1OK. NO 12 STREET.
Centered br carrier In Anr Part of he City a
Twenty Cent * Per Week. . . _ , .
II. w 51LTON . . . . MANAdMU
JlCFiKTM Orricn No. 13.
NIGHT LTJITOTI. No. in.
N. Y. Plumbing Co.
The collnr factory under A. C. Keller 1ms
started up nt Thirty-second street nud Avo-
A vernal sociable will bo given in the par
lors of the Congregational church Tuesday
evening , April 2.1.
An oven half-dozen vac * and loafers faced
Judge Aylcsworth In police court .yesterday
morning , and wcro promptly knocked out.
Peter Martonson , whoso homo is on Mill
street , was yesterday declared insane by the
board of insane commissioners , and ordered
to the asylum.
Mrs. Uurhnrn has donated an elegant solid
cold medal for the ono-mllo blc.vclo race at
the driving park on tlio flOth. The medal is
of special design , appropriate for u winning
A largo number of the local sportsmen at
tended the shoot yesterday at the now
grounds of the Omaha gun club , In the west
ern part of the city. The shoot will continue
thrco more days.
HAlt members of Council muffs Lodeo No.
49 , nnd all other Odd Fellows , are requested
to meet at Odd Fellows'hall at 1:80 sharp
this afternoon , to attend the funeral services
of Brother Merrill Judd , and to accompany
the remains to the train. Uy order ot N. O.
In the distribution of watches In tlio clubs
purchasing through Mrs. llurhorn's Jewelry
store , the following received watches last
week : William Ulrkcnstadt , of club No. 1 ;
N. G. Lcvan , of No. S , nnd Mrs.V. . II.
Williams , of No. 3.
The hearing of tbo case of the saloon men ,
\vhojiotitlonedthocourtto have their lines
for February entered to their credit for
April , was ycsterdav continued In tbo super
s' * , lor court until Frldav. at the request of the
im city attorney , who desires the presence of
The "Caravar. of Songs nnd Scenes" last
night was very interesting and instructive.
You should see It to-night at Lacy's hall. A
matinee for the children will bo given this
( Wednesday ) afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ad
mission to It , 10 cents for children , nnd 23
cents for adults.
* * The ware rooms and music hall of the
Mueller Music company hnvo Just como from
the bonds of the decorators , and nro very
beautiful. Two dozen incandescent lights
have been added to the Illumination of the
rooms , nnd when the grand opening takes
place fho people of the city will bo treated to
n pleasant surprise.
The assault case Instituted against 'Squiro
Schurz by A. T. Wlilttlesoy has been dis
missed for want of prosecution. The com
plalnant had some words with the defendant
In the letter's oflleo and foil over the railing.
Ho Imagined that the 'squire had struck him
nnd swore out a warrant for his lurost ,
" 'SSifKco'oIcd down Iho p osceulmg wlt-
ncss decided that ho did not want to prose
cute the case.
Ofllcer Tyson receives qulto n number ol
recruits dall > from police court for his strcel
. . _ . cleaning department , nnd is doing a great
( ' deal of peed work. The paved streets of the
fm city are in hotter condition than for months.
Last year the spring rains converted liroad-
Way into an almost impassable sea of mud ,
and the contrast this spring is greatly appro
elated by the public. The cost to the city is
merely nominal , and the bonctit can scarcely
The largest class over confirmed In Iowa
Was that ut St. Paul's ' church Monday oven
ing. There were seventy-two persons , olt
and young , and Ulshop Perry , of the diocese
of Iowa , officiated , assisted by Hovs T. J
Maclcay , Hov. Mr. Sorensen nnd Hov. Mr
Itocdy. The altar of the church was bcauti
fully dccorutcd with white flowers. The o
caslon was very interesting , nnd there was
largo number of spectators who cxpcricnccc
difllculty In securing scats. , The structure
was crowded to its fullest capacity.
For $25.00 The N. Y. Plumblnpr Co.
will put a lend service pipe nnd hydrant
In your yard ; also 60 foot extra hoso.
Call nt once nt 114 Main street.
Buildings loanstOdoll Bros. & Co.
Dr. C. C. Ilazcn , dentist , Opera house
Bishop Perry loft for Davenport yesterday
Dcun Gardner and his assistant , Hov. Mr ,
"Brady , witnessed the continuation at St ,
Paul's Monday evening.
J. W. Gary , Jminsvillo ; J. C. Bryant , Grls
weld ; L. L. DeLano , Atlantic , and A. A
Watts , Neola , wore at the Bcchtcle yesterday ,
Ed. Itothort , of Dos Molnes , is visiting hi
parents , Superintendent and Mrs. Hothcrt.
at the Dear and Dumb Institute.
Ex-Police Ofllcer Beswick Is again doing
duty on the force , and his permanent ap
polntmont will probably bo made soon.
N , N. Jones , scherlff of Cass county , wai
in the elty yesterday.
W. Middloton , of Missouri Valley , ox ,
sheriff of Harrison county , was a visitor ir
the Bluffs yesterday.
Hon. C. F. Loofhourow , ox-Judge of th _
district court of this Judicial district , wax in
the city yesterday , and was In attendance a' '
S. B. Wadsworth A Co. loan money.
Rooms to rent in the Merriam block
B. B. Wads worth itG'o.iHO ! Main street
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds ' , horses , buggies or anything
of 'value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; lair and honorable , dealing1.
A. A. Clarl : ft Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
undMaln , over American express.
- - t
The blue ice wagon sells pure river
Ice. Your ardors bolicitod. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Telephone 10U , Of
llco oOU 1st .iVo. , under Citizens' bank.
Mother , may I go out and Imndlo the hosol
Yes , my darling daughter ;
Bo awfully careful of your clothes ,
And don't got soaked with water.
This you can Mifely do with our pressure
by using the best hose and a Fuller spray
nozzle. Always kept In stock at J. C. Blx-
by's , 1)33 ) Broadway. _ .
Not lee to U'turr
" \Vutor routs nro now duo awl payable
at olllco , 11-1 Main strout.
COUNOH. HMitTs CITY WATKK
| ) cuh of JMcrrltt .lucid ,
Merrill Judd died at the residence of his
ion , M. II. Judd , No. 551 Plcrco street , to
day , ngo ( ] olghty.HOven , Mr , M , II , Judd
will start tor Marietta , Ohio , to-morrow with
bis father's remains , to bo burled bcsulu tils
, mother , who died nlnu jcurs n o ,
V Ho has ono brother living , the last of six ,
' Deceased was a soldlor in inn Into war , hav
" ing served under General Hlldebraml in ttio
Fiftv-JUlh Ohio regiuiuut. Ho was nn Odd
J' > llbw uiul Uio ir.cmbeis of that body will
attend the funeral , which will bo held to-day
at 2:10 : ! from the residence , 1'ov. Dr. Plmlr * ,
la. ' The remains will bo escorted to the depot
by .ho Odd Fellows.
t K1 JInva pur wnffon call/or your tolled
f ; 'clothes. Cnscado Laundry Co.
" J , P. Tipion , real estuto , 027 B'dwny
, .v > illoatUiunrtors for builders' lumlwnro ,
tetfy Odoll & . JJryant , 613 Muln street.
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'a
\ ' , , lonn otlfco on furniture , plnnoa , horses ,
/iWHEQiie. porsoiwl property of nil Inntts ,
ncfull other urtolc8 | of value without
t Vawoval. AH buviuusa strictly confl-
f j . r . . .
NEWS ABOUT THE BLUFFS ,
Judge Doomor Wrostllnff With a
Big Ranch Caso.
A WAYWARD OMAHA GIRL.
Is Bent Homo IJy nn Onioor An
Unnccountnblo Shot Defect-
Ivo Sewers City
A Ilonvy Cnnc.
Judge Dcctnor occupied his uiual plnco on
the bench In the north courtroom yesterday ,
uml Judge Mncy hold forth In too south
oom. It la the first nppcnrnnco of the Int
er on the district bonrh In this city. He do-
rated the dny to probnto business , and the
Hearing of arguments In a casoof foreclosure
f mortgage. Judge Dcemer took up the
prcnt equity case of Hcnrv vs Evans. Judge
Huhbard and J. U. Haldwln appear ; for the
plaliitllT mid Snpp & 1'usoy for the dafoml-
unt The case Involves between JSO.OOO and
100,000 , and will bo hotly contested. It Is
, hought that It will hardly bo Jlnishcd this
week. The entire afternoon was occupied
n reading depositions In the cnno and Ilght-
Komombor C. B. .Tudd represents no
company , hut Bolls his own property.
"louses mid lots on monthly payments.
A Mysterious Shot.
About 0 o'clock Monday weeing there
ivns < iulto a sensation for u few minutes ,
near the corner of Grace nnd Platnorjstrcots.
t seems that n short time ago a well-to-do
'armor , of Silver Creek township , moved
his family to this city to a bouse situated at
the above named location , belonging to his
sister-in-law , Mrs. Shtnley , J.uiitrcss of the
Pierce street school. Ho secured n good
sized safe , nnd it was so placed as to bo In
plain view from the street. The head of the
'umlly was away from home , and his wife
had noticed three strangers hanging about
the place. Nothing was thought of the mat
ter until late In the evening , when a mlssilo
of some kind shuttered the window and
whizzed past the head of a nleco of the
woman , who was sitting near. The three
men wcro discovered running down the
street. An alarm was given and parties
started in pursuit. The strangers ran north ,
across Broadway , and up IJcnton street ,
finally disappearing in the hills. Thera Is no
clue to them or their object. No trace was
found of the article that passed through the
window. Wild stories of attempted burg
lary caused considerable cxcltoinont for u
Mrs. PfoifTor's grand spring oponlnp
nt No * . 202 Bfoiulwny nnil 14 Main St. ,
will take nlaco on Wednesday and
Thursday 01 this week. Lot nil attend.
A WAjfWSri 2tr.i T.
It poems that the disappearance of the girl ,
Bertha Miller , who was stated to have dis-
appcaicd from her home in Omabn In com
pany with one George Heed , several days
ago , had really no connection whatever with
that Individual. The girl's mother came to
this city on a late dummy Monday evening ,
and asked Ofllcer Cusick to accompany her
through the city on a search for her daugh
ter. They found her at the bagnio of Jesslo
Miller , on Vine street. The olllcer ordered
her to pack bur trunk forthwith , and she
left with her mother on the next dummy for
home. She stated that Heed did not come
with her to this city , but that she came of
her own accord and Mono. She visited the
various places on "the How , " but did netlike
like the looks of them ana went to the Vine
street place , where she was found. She ap
peared willing to co with her mother , and
wns not long lu packing up her property and
Houses built on your own lots on
monthly payments hy C. B. Judd , COG
The indications are that there will bo
trouble with the city sewer system before
very long , and the council is preparing to
take the matter in hand at onco. The orig
inal plan was for the main sewer to run
down Thirteenth street , but it hns not yet
been built , and the sewers running west on
the avenues dlscharco directly Into Indian
creek , Instead of uniting and discharging at
a common outlet south of the city. Much
fault is found with the system , and it la se
The gas gives considerable trouble , and it
is stated that u system for more effectual
flushing will have to bo constructed. Regu
lar Hush tanks are recommended , and some
of the aldermen favor them. It is alleged
that the numerous changes in city engineers
have worked disastrously , in that there have
been deviations from the original plan.
Every little while , at least once during the
term of each engineer , the matter is brought
up. nnd a general howl raised. The council
will give the matter considerable attention
this year , us little will bo done in the way of
paving or grading.
Notice the beautiful finish trivon col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
Want to SPO the Steeds.
The programme prepared by the commit
tee for the athletic sports at Union park
nients with general favor , but It Is suggested
that it can bo made a little more interostini ;
at no additional expense. There are now in
training nt the park nearly fifty head of
horses , including trotters , runners and
pacers , and it is stated that tlio owners would
bo willing to start them in nu exhibition race
for the benefit of the tournament munageni ,
if requested to do so. As these race con
tests would bo of great interest to many of
these who would attend , it is hoped that the
management will attend to the mutter nnd
secuio them if possible.
Houses and lots for sale on monthly
rmymontb , or terms to suit , by C. B.
Judd , 000 Broadway.Viimin tee deed.
Doings < > r the l < 'ntliora.
At an ndjomucd meeting of the city coun
cil hold Monday evening the bonds of the
newly elected city ofllcers wore accepted.
The city marshal was instructed to remove
the scales at tlm Junction of Malno and Pearl
streets within five days. This move was at
tempted sumo time ago , but an Injunction
was secured rcsti dining the city from having
the order curried into effect.
The Manuwa motor company was ordered
to put In crossings aver its tracks between
Broadway nnd Twenty-third streets.
Tim Union I'acllia Hallway company
stated that it had decided not to build to
Munuwa this year , and returned tno ordi
nance granting it tlui right of way down
Fifteenth street. The usual number of res
olutions and petition ! weru acted on , after
which council adjourned r.iul reconvened as
a board of equalization.
Heal ciluUi louis , F. J. Diy : , 3'J Pearl ,
Tlio St. 1'nul Street Car Strike In tlio
llnnils < > l ° ilid Ijoulhliiurn.
ST. PAUI. , April IlL Thastroot car strike
In St. Paul has reached the legislature , and
was acted upon by that body this afternoon ,
the City Hallway company being knocked
out In the first round. This U the fourth
day of the strike , aim no attempt has been
made to start cars or accommodate the pub
lic , and conso-iucntly tlm legislature acted
more promptly than it would othorwlno have
done. The matter came up in the shape of a
bill by Willricb , which repeals uti old ordi
nance giving the St. Paul City Hallway company -
pany tue exclusive privileges of the strectH
of thU city , and the bill passed by a vote of
00 to 10. The effect of this legislation ,
which will probably pass the senate , is to
throw open the uiulterof Ibooxoluslve rights
of the streets and leave the decision of tbut
mutter to Uta courU.
The Minnesota 1111 Clmrnotcrlzcil ng
A Monopolistic Subterfuge.
CniCAno , April 10. [ Special Telegram to
TUB UEE.J "Tho passage of the llvo stock
Inspection bill In Minnesota will hnvo the
effect of creating a monopoly for the South
St , Paul Stock Yards company , " said Mr.
Qulnn , one of the firm of Armour & Co. , this
morning. "It Is no particular protection to
Inspect 1i 1 meat on the hoof , and certainly the
inspection i of dressed beef Is right enough.
It takes nn experienced eye to detect sick
ness } In n steer , nnd a ready-made butcher ,
uch ns will bo appointed , will not help mat-
torn any. Of course It Is a farce to say that
it Is for the Interests of the health of the
people. It Is only to create a monopoly.
Such bills are worse than the worst features
of our protective tariff system. "
"You hnvo stopped shipping moat to Min
nesota ! "
"Yes , but not to create nny adverse public
sentiment ngalnst the bill , ns has been said.
Our firm , Swift & Co. , nnd other companies
hnvo stopped shipping meat there because
the governor at any moment may sign the
bill , nnd our perishable meats would bo n
dead loss to ui. That Is the only reason why
wo hnvo stopped business up thcro. "
"I don't anticipate the passage of nny
similar bills now pending In the legislatures
of half n dozen states. Such laws are con
trary to the spirit of our Institutions , and
will only result In checking competition nnd
building up monopolies.
A Howling Mob or Democrats Annoy
CHICAGO , April 10. ( Special Telegram to
THE Br.s.J The talk of the town to-day is
about the disgraceful scenes nt the council
chumberlast night. The now and the old
aldermen , the outgoing nnd the Incoming
mayors mot In public session to transact pub
lic business , and wcro abused , Insulted nnd
howled down by n mob of democratic
toughs. The political heelers wcro out In
force , and had the assistance of the disrepu
table clement from ml parts of the city. The
disturbers scotned to bo thcro for the one
purpose of annoying and villlfying Mayor
Ilocho , nnd preventing him from transacting
the business to which it was his sworn duty
to attend. They howled and Jpcrcd&nd yelled
whenever ho attempted to speak , and it was
only by a threat to clear the hall , after his
patlcnco had become exhausted , that Mayor
Hocho was able to suppress the riot and
bring order out of chaos. No such disgrace
ful scene wa ever witnessed In a public
ofllcial mooting In this city before , and it is
hoped will never bo again. But through it
all Mayor-elect Cregler sat undisturbed , to
the utter distimv and mortification of his docent -
cent friends. Ho never raised his voice or
hand to interfere with the rioters , nor
showed in any way that he discountenanced
the wild aisorder.
Tautest Advices From llnytl.
NiswYoiiK , April 10. Charles Preston ,
son of Haytien Minister Preston , who rep
resents Lcgitimo's govornmcnUn NSW York ,
has Jusl returned from the BCOQO of war in
Hayti. Preston brought copies of L.Q Moui-
tour printed In Port-au-Prince , April 4 , con
taining the latest news of war. General St.
Fieur Paul , of Lcgitlmo's army , has cap.
turcd Lartlbonito and is threatening Gon-
aives and St. Marc. Seven hundred ref
ugees have como to his army for protection.
The capture of Hippolyte's stronghold ,
Dcssnlirics , is thus described : "At 0 o'clock
in the morning , General Dardlgnac attacked
the formidable ramparts near Passn-a-Koche ,
two miles from Dcssalines , and after a terri
ble light , which lasted four hours ,
dislodged the enemy from their strong posi
tion , before which Legitimo's forces loft
thirty wounded and five dead. Among the
dead was General Bayard , commander of the
place. At 13 o'clock the division of General
Uardtgnac was at the doors of Ucssallncs ,
awaiting the division of General Nirrctt , in
order to continue his operations. That divi
sion , after a terrible conflict , arrived at 1
o'clock , nnd at 4 o'clock the enemy hud loft
their stronghold and two divisions entered
the impregnable fortress of Dessahncs.
These two memorable days have cost the
rebels forty-four dead , \vounded and 103
prisoners. This battle is regarded as the de
cisive one In favor of Logltime.
A Itrct Sugar Uompany.
SAN FIIAXCISCO , April 10 The beet sugar
company was incorporated to-day with a
capital of $5,000,000 , with Louis Schloss , A.
L. Cults , F. Ephrahann , Glaus Sprcckles and
John D. Sprecklos , ns directors , the latter
two holding half the stock. The object is to
erect largo sugar rciincries at various points
on the coast , in addition.to the ono already
established at Wntsonvillo , Cul. , in expecta
tion of refining 60,000 or ( iO.OOU tons of sugar
A GliulHtniiian Victory.
LONDON , April 15. An election was held
in Hochester to-day to 1111 the parliamentary
scat made vacant by the resignation of
Colonel Hughes-Hallctt. The balloting re
sulted in favor of Hughcson , the Gladstonlan
candidate , who polled 1,055 votes , agnlntt
1,5S'J for Davis , the liberal-unionist candi
date. In the election of lbS5 Colonol.Hughos-
Hallett , who was the nomlnco of the con
servatives , received 1,003 votes , agulnst 1,353
votes polled by F. F. Belsoy , candidate of
the homo rulers.
WASHINGTON , April 10. Robert W. Koss ,
of Illinois , recorder of thoircncral land ofllco ,
and Virgin M. Hopps , of Indiana , cblof of
the contest division in tlio land ofllco , have
resigned. Humus T. Stuart , of Chicago , post-
ofllco inspector on mail depredations , has
been removed nnd George A. Dcatberago , oj
St. Louis , postofllco inspector on mall depre
dations. has resigned.
The Western Union \Vlnn.
Piiii.iniai'iiiA , April 1 ( ! . The suit of
Frank J. Primrose to recover heavy damages
from the Western Union Telegraph company ,
arising from the heavy purchase of wool It
June , 1857 , owing to a mistake made by the
receiving operator inn cipher message , ended
in .favor of the defendant in the United
States court to-day.
Commissioner Tniiner'a Mall.
WASHINGTON , April 10. Commissioner
Tanner , of the pension bureau , received ,
during the first week of tlm present month
C0b7l letters and other pieces of mail mattci
pertaining to the business of bis ofilcc , am
last week ho received 09.000 pieces. The
commissioner desires this fact made
publiu as a general explanation oi the delays
in 'answering correspondence.
Hottoloanlt'rj Appeal DlHiulsBod.
LONDON , April 10. The appeal of Dion
Bouolcault from the order of the divorce
court to enforce the payment of alimony
granted to Agnes Hobortson Bouclcault In
ISbS , has been dismissed , and thu court has
ordered that the arrears of alimony must bo
Tlio Wisconsin Contr.il
Nisw YOIIK , April 10. The oxecutlvo com
mittee of the Northern Pacific met this
afternoon to consider the Wisconsin Central
case , but adjourned until to-morrow without
action. The directors will moot next Thurs
day and an effort will bo uiudo to decide on a
report before then.
WASHINGTON , April 10. Emancipation day
Is being celebrated to-day by the colored
people of the District of Columbia by a
parade of military and civic societies ,
t Governor Itoblnuoii Doclucs.
WASHINGTON , April 10. Governor Hobln
son has declined the appointment on the In
dian commission. This will delay the do-
parturoof the commission for Indian Terri
tory until another man is appointed.
WASHINGTON , April 10. James A. Soxtou
has wen appointed postmaster at Chicago.
To Itotnrn Destitute ICmlcrantH.
WASHINGTON , April 10. Secretary Win
doia wday authorized the commissioners ot
emigration at Phlladclphfjt * & > expend MO
out of the emigrant fund . -in returning to
their homes In Ireland two families who re
cently arrived in this couilttfyf.hmt who are
In destitute circumstance. In ono case the
Wife was deserted by the husband and In the
other the mother was deserted < by her son.
WASHINGTON , April lO.-t/Tho president to
day appointed a number of postmasters ,
anionp whom wore the following ! William
.1. Jewell , Danville , 111. ; Thomas It. Weaver ,
tlattoon , 111. ; Alexander Stone , Pcorla , III. !
tames A. Sexton , Chicago ; ltdxvard F. Chlnn ,
3t. Paul , Nob. } Jonathan M. Axton , West
jiborty , la , | Thomas D. Pace , Shenandoah -
doah , la.
WANTI'.l ) At once , r , homo collar makers
Mono but experienced jncn nocd apply ; nt
nt ! Ud street and Avenue A.
ANTfiD Good Rlrl for general house-
vork. Apply to Mrs. A. 0. Woolley , S.
? rent street. _
TJIo'll HUNT Two dwelling houses , 8 and 10
-I. rooms , Mid two contrail } ' located ufllcos In
3ouncll HlulfB. lloraco I'.verolt.
FOR UKNT Nino-room Swiss cottaun In
.lame * Mock on Third nvonuo , uotwocn
Eighth nnil Ninth utroota.
ENOINP. FOU SAI.K-Ouo 0x12 , twonty-horse
power , mostly now. Union Iron works.
No , 1,107,3d st. , Council lllutTs. la.
TjlOIt UKNT Cheap , two Imndsomo , now six-
Jj room cottmfes , north ot transfer. Council
mutts. Inquire Ulaiul Hlshtor , 6th txvo. and
The \fli3t M odorn Novolltl os
Artistic Decoration !
AT PETER C. MILLER'S. '
Sign , House and Ornamental'I'nlutlng , Kulso
mining , ( training , etc.
Nos. 11 and 13 Pearl St.
DrMcOANELO ! & CO
, , , , ,
Highest market prices. Prompt rbltiirns. No. KM
and S 2 Maln-st. , Council IllutTs , Iowa.
IN THE LAND ,
and J'iitn'j Dtai > litjf , which ivlll
take place aliottt MaiInt. . Tliclr
jlnc Inriltllnu ' * f'cfur ; overhauled
iJirnttf/liout , and belli/ ! bountifully
decorated and jiaintcd It'licn jln-
Ishcd it ivlll be the handsomest
block in the twin cities.
For thl * occuslon clt/htccn tnag-
nlflccnt piano * , of new and elegant
designs , h-ivc been especially order
ed * 'JLhene mill lie exhibited. Jn ad
dition there will bo an informal
concert In which number * will be
presented by the best focal and in
strumental talent In Council Bltitjs
and Omaha. It w , < > < i < i
DR , Rice's ' Hernial Support ,
Tlio only perfect autlnmlnnl support for chll-
dronosd.ui. : Succcwuiircurea'thoWORST
OASE OK IliniNIA. Address
lUl. L. K. IlOE , 27 Main Street.
Tuos. OFFICER. W. II. M. PUSH * .
OFFICER & PUSEY.
Corner Main and Hroadway ,
COUNCII , ULjUKFS , IOWA.
ncnlurs In foreign c.nd domestic exchanco.
Collections made and interest paid on time de
.M. SCAM LAN , Fashioned
fea I Estate
flkLoan Agents .
5osict.Ave.Bef.Main & pearl.
MM PAD HAS GONE ]
! * _ .
- - -w-r * a i i\/t
' 25 TO 300
HORSE POWER ,
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
fiiiecliltatlons and estimates turnlnhod for complete steam plant * . Itc'pulatlon. nnrajjlllty du r
nuteod. Can show IUUPM from liters wlwre niel Bconomy In equal with CorlUb Nou-Coua nilnj
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send fop Catalogue. No. S1O Pearl Street , Council Bluffs
FOR THIS WEEK
Curtain Scrim , from 70 up.
Lace Curtaining , from loc up.
Lace Curtain Sets , from 690 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 *
niings , 500 up ; sold elsewhere for $1.00.
Wash Goods Department ,
White Cross-Barred Muslin , 6jc up.
White Lawn , extra quality , ice up.
Zephyrs , Stripes , extra fine , ice ; worth 150.
French Pattern Sateens , extra quality , laj c ; worth 190.
Toil clu Nord's , handsome styles , i2j c ; worth iSc.
Zephyr Ginghams , select patterns , 150 ; worth aac.
Fancy stripe and regular made Balbriggan Hose , is
Extra weight , fancy stripe , regular made Hose ,
worth 25c ,
Regular made Black Hose , extra weight and quality , icj
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 , 150 and 190 ; worth 25cand33 < j
Muslin Underwear Dep't.
Lnilics' Corset Covers from loc up.
Ladies' Chemises , handsomely trimmed and well mud 9 , 23o up.
Ladies' Muslin Drawers , 23 o up.
Ludics' Muslin Skirts , f 0c up.
Ladies' Muslin Night Dresses , GOc up.
In the above we show the finest selection to be found.
either here or "In Omaha , and our prices we guarantee to l f
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.
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