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6 TELE OMAHA DAILY BEE WEDNESDAY. MAY 1. 1889
THE DAILY BEE.
Ori'JCK. NO 12 1M3AIU * BTHI3KT.
eUvcrcilby carrier In Any 1'nrt of uoQjlra
T only Cents 1'crcok. .
1MV TIl/iUN. MANAGUA
JlUMsrfH OFFICK No. U.
AUDIT r.niTcm , No. St.
N , y , Plumblnit Co.
HUiro | Harriett oni'-lalod .ycRtcrtliiy morn.
Incnt-thu wedding of 1J. G. Grali.im nml
Mrs. C. L. Green.
A oh.uiKO ID the proprietorship of tliu
Oftilcn tiouso in rnmorcil , but nn ilotull&lwvo
ns y t been given to tliu public.
CulunUio Assembly No. 1 , P.vtlnnn filitcr-
booO , will ho.ul tliulr regular meeting this uf-
tci-noou In the hull of the Knights.
Tlio young liuliof of the Acinn club will
RIVO nn ciiturtiiliitncnt , followcil by dancing ,
at Masonic null , Thursday uvcnltif , ' , Mny 2.
These who Imvo not secured ttiolr reserved
scats for Kazan's lecture will bo surprised
when they BOO the clmrt at tliu oprru housu
MM. Fnnnlo Nnih died .yesterday at her
liomo near the city , having bcu 111 Homo
time with consumption , 'llio funeral will beheld
A concert tor the bonellt of the church will
bo Riven Saturday ovuiilnir tit All Saint's
rlinpol , corner of Klphtccnth street and
.Complaint has been maJo nmiln.it G. 11.
Dexter for running nn intelligence ) ofllco
without the necessary license. The matter
will bo heard to-day by .l-.ulgo Aylesworth.
Yesterday morning the uptown ticket ofllco
oMha Chicago , Kock Island & 1'acillo rail
road was moved to No. Mil Hroudway. Itwlll
occupy quuitors with the Adams express
Allen & HcndilcUs li the tltlo of n now
firm located at 1)1 ) 1'carl stioot. Insurntiro
and collections Is thuir business. The busi
ness end will bo Frank Hcndricki , who lias
boon connected with the Council 13luffs In
surance company several years.
On Monday , Chnrles Qrecn , living about
BIX miles south , eama into tliu Bluffs and pur
chased a line xaddlo of Theodora Hccltman.
At night ha loft that and his old one in the
barn. Yesterday morning " both bad disap
peared without leaving"nny trace of their
II. P. Hnttenlmuor yesterday filed n com
plaint against William Hoijuet , charging the
young man with rccicless driving. It is
claimed that young Uoquct drove his horse
in such n manner us to frighten Mr. llattcu-
baucr'H horse , and Jeopardize the safety of
tlioso in the carriage.
The electric motrfr line will run extra
trains for the accommodation of tlioso who
attend the performances of Joe Jefferson at
the Grand , and the Conrcid Opera company
nt Hoyd's at Omaha. The trains will bo In
waiting at the close of the entertainments ,
en that the Council LilnlTs people can reach
The now bridge at Thirteenth and liroad-
vrny is npproachlng completion. Ono side is
nearly paved and will soon bo ready for the
public use. The transfer cars , which wore
for n time discontinued , were started yester
day. The advantages of the now structure
over the old nro already apparent. ? Two wide
wagon ways and broau foot , passages on both
Hides till the entircl width of the street.
The most unique and original tiling in dec
oration was the windows In the store of
StoInkofT 4& Scolield. Ono represented Arbor
day , ami bore the especial features of tree
planting. The other showed a representa
tion of the cherry trco cutting , the most
fainlllar scenes In the boyhood life of Wash
ington. The boy , the cut trco , tbo liatchot ,
etc. , were all there. It attracted general at
News was > received In this city yesterday
morning of the death of Mrs. W. II. Ander
son , of consumption , In North Carolina.
Deceased was the wife of W. H. Anderson ,
casblor of the Mills county b.mk , ut Glen-
\rood , and was the daughter of Mr .and Mrs.
Kuftnor , former residents of this city , but
now of that place. The deceased was
well known m tbo Bluffs , and u largo num
ber of friends from heru will attend the
funeral , at 3 o'clock this afternoon , at Glen-
wood. A husband and seven children nro
left lo mourn the loss of a wife aud inoihcr.
The electric motqr company found It
necessary yesterday afternoon to increase
the Biro of their trains to accommodate the
immense crowd of people who duslrod to
attend the races at Union park. Ono of the
.now open cars was added to each nrain , and
oven then thrro was no room to spare. Just
before tbo extra cars wcro put on Conductor
Van Horn carried the largest load that has
yet been carried on two cars. Ho carried
112 people between the business part of the
city and the park. They wore packed Ilka
sheep In the aisles and swarmed on the
Platforms and rails. It was a picnic when
It came to collecting fares , but "Van" got
there with both feet.
Council Blurt's Ledge No. 270l.ovnl ( )
AO. . U. W. , moots in G. A. R. hull
every Friday evening1 ut 8 o'clock.
Notice to Water Coiisiiinoru.
Wutor routs nro now duo mid payable
atollluo , 114 Main street.
COUNCIL BLUPFS CITY WATJCU
I \VOHKS CO.
S. B. Wndsworth & Co. U nn money.
Money loaned on luinituro , pianos ,
flinmonuH , horses , buggies or anything
of vnluo nt low ratoa of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clarlc & Co. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Money loaned nt L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan olllcu on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wncons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of valno , without
removal. All business fatrietly confi
Mrs. Jacob Sims is seriously with a severe
rase of tonsllltU.
E. L. Sugart Is ablolo bo out and r > bout ,
Mid is now regaining his Btreiujtli and Ilesh.
Mrs. Van Unnit and her two children , and
Mls Nellie Cowdrcy , spent Sunday witli
friends in Uenlson.
Mrs. Adams , of Leadvlllo , and her sister
are hero on a visit to their parents. Colonel
and Mrs. Charles Swan , on Stutsman street.
Mrs. P. C. Uoval and 'daughter started ,
yesterday , for Colfax Springs , to remain n
icuson , in the hope of butorlmr Miss Uovul's
For 925.00 The N. Y , Plumbinjr Co.
will put a lead Horvioo pipe nnd hydrant
In your yard ; also 60 foot oxtnv hose.
Cull nt once ut 114 Main stroot.
Tlooins to rent in the Morritun block.
,6. 13. Wadb worth itCo.'J3i ( Main fatrcot.
J. G. Tipton. real estate , 627 DM way
Ab S. Chase will exterminate goph-
cr.s-nud rats from farms and private res
idences for the Simon for $ o and up
wards. Work warranted. Address Ab
6. Chaeo , Council BlutTs , la.
On I ho Itoad Aii\Jn ,
Thomas Mullui was yesterday arraigned
bcfprp 'Squire Sclitirr , on the charge of lur
ocriy , preferred by Mr. Nnnsol , wlio alleged
_ tliut , Million stole two .coats and a ] ialr of
lions , all valued at f > 0 , from hi * resilience.
Nmucl saw him as lie was leaving anil took
the property away from him. Million dcnici !
tils guilt but as the evidence was developed
In court ho concluded to wuvo : examination
i nO was bound over to the grand jury in the
ymof * 5UO , which ho failed to furnish and
was conynlttud to the county Jail. Ho
acknowledged having served a three year's
t rm al Fort Miullsou on n similar charge ,
"i - *
Notice the beautiful finish given col
Jars , culls and shirts by Cascade Laun-
' 'I * Dr. C. C. Huzoa , dontibt , Opera hcueo
illave ow migon call for your tolled
plptliOB. Cascade Lauudry Co ,
THE PATRIOTIC BIOFFITES ,
They Enthu3la3tioally Obaorvo the
SPORTS AT THE DRIVING PARK.
Xlu W'liufcrt * of the"7r. . > ptil H Cap-
nl/.eU In Ijnlcc Mamiwa , Hut
Itesunril All About
The obscrvanco of the Washington con-
tennliTl memorial was i nil to general in Coun
cil llun"s. Nearly all the business houses
wcro closed for the greater portion of the
day. The bank * , public olllces , courts , etc. ,
ware shut tight. The stroat * , especially *
during the afternoon , had a Sunday iippear-
nnco , the crowds which bad gathered to wit
ness the pai ado having scattered , the most
of them going to flio driving park ,
where the outdoor upor.s wcro In progress.
The forenoon w.w clven over mainly to the
'hurehcs ' , and to the special services held
Tncre was little or none of the usual holi
day loudncss. The day passed iiuletly , aud
so orderly that the police had little to do , ex
cept to march at tbo head of various columns
of civic ana military organizations , as they
proceeded tp worship , Or to the sports of the
AT TIII : i'Kisii\Tiunx : cnnieir.
A most interesting service was hold nt the
Prosbyterinn church , beginning nt 0 o'clock.
The largo auditorium was tilled to its utmost
capacity. The "decorations wcro entirely
patriotic , while the ( lowers which adorned
the desks on the rostrum were on the ancient
nnd homelike order , being lilacs and lilies.
Hunting was festooned from the org.in niche
across the buck of the pulpit , draping over a
laruc picture of Washington , which occupied
the center of the organ. A largo national
Hag covered the speakers' desk , The decora-
lions were very simple , yet impressive.
An organ voluntary , by W. L. Thlckstun ,
was followed by ' ' 1'raHo God From Whom
All Blessings Flow , " in which the vast
andionco joined with will.
The proclamation of President Harrison
was read by Hev. 1) . C. Franklin. After a
hymn , Hev. G. P. Williams read portions of
the 1st and DM Psalms : "Blessed is the man
that wallicth not In the council of the un
godly , " etc. ; "Ulesscd is the nation whoso
God Is the Lord1 both of which wcro most
appropriate as indicating the characters of
both Washington nnd the country ho served.
A hymn written by Hov. G. W. Crofts nnd
set to music Dr. U. Towncr was then sung
oy n select quartette , liov. 'I1. R Thickstun
offered nn appropriate prayer.
Hev. Stephen Phclp ? followed with a most
address " ' In
interesting upon "Washington's
auguration. " George H. Hennott then gave
from ' nd-
extracts Washington's Inaugural -
dress. Hev. S. Alcxnmlcr delivered a short
and instructive speech upon the "Character
of Washington , ' Charles AI. Hurl , eso. , , "tho
sllvcr-tongucU orator , " then made a brilliant
address upon "A Century's ' Progress. "
Hov. D. H. Cooley , D.D. , made the closing
prayer. After the hymns , "America , " "My
Country 'tis of Thou , " nnd the benediction
by Hov. K. N. Harris the audience dis
Upon tno platform were most of the clergy
of the city whoso congregations joined in
this , a union service.
At St. Paul's Episcopal church , yesterday
morning , there was si largo congregation.
The interior of the church win profusely
decorated with ilugs. To add to the Fourth
of July appearance the martial band , the
Dodge Light guards , and other bodies
marched into the church to attend the ser
vice. It was expected that the veterans
would attend also , but they did not put in an
appearance , except ns individuals. The
common council was also expected to attend
in a body , but they nro evidently not given
to church going. Alderman Eyerctt was the
only ouo present. He looked lonesome. A
few of the city oflieluls appealed , but very
few. Chief Lucas headed the procession ns
fur us the door of the sanctuary , and then
resumed his duties on the street. Judge
Aylesworth sat the serVU'o through to the
very llnish. Marshal Guancllu marched
with the llremcn , und took in the \vholo ser
vice. Mayor Hohrer was also a prominent
who took rank among the faithful.
Tno service was peculiarly interesting , it
being practically the sumo as that which
Washington and other 'ofticlals attended In
St. Paul's church , New York , immediately
after the taking of the oath.
The rector , Hev. Mr. Mnckoy , delivered
nn excellent address. Ho said that bragging
and buncombe might do for Fourth of July
oratory , when the people o.\pcctcd a sort of
sky-rockcty , lire , cracker sou of talk , but tno
occasion now presented was for sober
thought. Thcro should bo nn appreciation of
the wonderful progress made , and due thank
fulness for the blessings of the past , but no
less care should bo given to the dangers
which menaced further prosperity nnd pro
gress. Ho proceeded to call attention to
some of these. Among them was the ten
dency to greed and money makinj , ' . Another
was the tendency to seek such education and
occupations as aadcmanuallabor a disgrace.
It caused u desertion of labor from many of
the useful fields. More important was the
over-cstlii'nto placed upon the benefits of
government. There was too much of a be
lief that more law making would do awny
with all the evils of life ; that the govern
ment could do everything , and the citizen
need do nothing , instead of the cry , "Groat
Is Allah , nnd Mohammed is his prophet , "
modern cry was "Great is the legislator and
the policeman is his prophet. " There were
too many and too complicated laws. The
duties of private cltircnMilp wore ignored or
neglected. The remedy for all evils was the
practical truths of Christianity.
AMOXO TIII : hciioor , * .
It struck u good many ns u strange thing
that tbo city schools should bo in session
yesterday. The fact , stated thus rawly ,
docs sccni a little strange. The detail ! ) of
the arrangements , however , indicate n wis
dom of planning on the part of Superin
tendent MoNaughton nnd his corps of teach
ers , nnd the pupils evidently profited
thereby. The problem which presented
itself to the educational corps was how best
10 impress tbo lessons of the duy on the
! lX)0 , ( ) school children of thocity. Thosoventy
teachers went to work with a will , und each
prepared such programme for the day as
seemed best adapted to the wants of that
particular school. It would have been Im
possible to have got nil the children into any
one place of worship , and to merely turn
them loose to run the streets would hardly
have been advisable. This led to the
adoption of the plan by which In every
school there wcro exercises especially pre
pared for the day. There wcro patriotic
Hongs , recitations , etc. . historical sketches of
the inauguration and the lifo of Washington.
In addition to these Interesting features
there were In some of the schools distribu
tion of fruits , candies , eta , so that tliu 1m-
prustiions of the day were made on the
youthful minds by the two most fuvorublo
channels the . spectacular and the gas
tronomic. The exercises In tlio eighth
prado were cspociully lino. The programme
was varied and was well executed. Alto
gether , the day was ono of great enjoyment
to the cnildren , und those who went to
school ycbteriiay morning grumbling bo-
cnuso they wore not given a full holiday
were happily surprised.
TDK hTIIFKT I1 A It I II K.
There was u rush to the sidewalk along
the line of march of the day's parade. The
Hour announced was I'J:30 : , but , us usual on
such occasions , the procession did not move
until one hour later. The parade was not a
prand or imposing one , yet it served to draw
and hold tno crowd. The marshals of the
nay mounted , wcro In the lead. The polled
marched next , followed by the letter car-
r'.t-r * . Tbo band came iient , nnd then the
Light ( i nurd s with their gleaming bayonet * .
The lire department made a dashing oppcur-
ancc , with the "white elephant , " the enor
mous ladder ( ruck which is llrst rate for
dress parade , though rather expensive. The
lioso teams , horsa carts , steumor , etc. , all
attracted due iittmHlon , nnd excited the ml-
miration of the boys especially. One of the
most taking features of the parade was the
appearance of the Juvetiilo hosa team , with
their light running i-.u't.
Ono man appeared In the u.trudo wlmso
nimuurance could not but stir the pathotlo In
idl who know him , It was the -veteran tiro-
man , Sum Morrison , He was seated pn one
of the lict.0 carts , but another baud was on
thni olns. Poor Sam , After year * of gul
lunt fun-vice , now totally bllm ( ono could
uot but bo struck witu the contrast in. recal
the days when 1 > ? d" hcd through the
strcot , "Old Pnt" on tlio inn.
The boyV drum corps that appeared in
.Yesterday's parade li qulto a novelty nnd
the\ did vor.\ line work for boys of their ago.
They nro Hobert Baldwin , Trnnk McClurg ,
Dell Smith. Dick Stewart. Willie Squire ,
Hnrr.y McClurg und Harry Lln.lso.y.
The line formed on BO nut , street nnd
moved to I'irst street , tlicnco to Broadway ,
thence to Main street , to Fifth avenue , West
to Sixth street , north to Myistor , west to
Klghth , north to Avenue B , and to the driv
ing park .
IJ.ilbov's ' Land accompanlol the procession
nnd furnished Inspiring musle throughout
the line of march ,
AT Till : DHIVIXO I'tKK.
The nt tendance exceeded nil expectation.
From eight to ten t lions nnd witnessed tha
nfU'rnnon proceedings . .
The Dndgu light guurds opened the ball
with n llftccn minute display drill , executing
n number of Held movements and tactic *
with commendable nceiiruey and neatness.
The II Ml race was a three-hundred yard
hub ami hub between the Klsenmn and
Hcscuo , or Baldwin teams , two hundred
yard run , attach one hundred yards of hose ,
bicuk coupling and put on pipe. Thn boys
came neck until after the drop at the plug.
Then the Klscinnn's forged nhcud and made
the rim m foity-elsht seconds. The Klso-
mail's hose broke and fulled to rnol. The
Hesctto'x made two seconds slower , but niude
couplings all right.
A single mile bicycle race went on next
with George M. Beard , Seth Hhodes , G. O.
Francisco , of Omaha , and II. W. Patterson
and Clmrtey Jeffries , of tbo Bluffs. The
latter is n twelve-.vcur-old , who Is "little but
solid. At the start he ni'idc a good showing
ngainst bis weightier compntltors. It was a
scratch start , Hhodes won in ! lfi : ! ) . Beard
.second , Francisco third. The trophy won
was a double gold medal. He is a member
of the Kesouo hose team.
A one hundred-yard foot race came next ,
with entries ns follows : F. II. Lester , Miles
Srofleld , Andy Kesner , C. Hotrgh , W. K.
Tulllt and II. A. Lester. Hough won easily ,
Kesner secoiul. Time 10 seconds , lint.
A llfty-yara race , three boats , followed ,
with ten starters. Graves won , Bro/co sec
ond. Time 5J < J seconds. The second heat
was won by Scotleld. Time fijif seconds.
A three hundred-yard race came next.
with live starters. C. M. Watts won , F , J.
Bro/eo Bocond. Time.31 seconds. Watts
is a local mail carrier.
A two hundred-yard spin was won by Dave
Williams , against four starters. Time
base ball game between picked nines , n
gentleman's roadsters race nnd other diver
sions served to pass the time pleasantly
away until early evening.
Tno Munawu Gun club shot a private
match , sides being chosen between the mem
A Sp ulal Dlnlt at tliu Pacific.
F. Crawford yesterday swore out a war
rant in Squire Schurz court for the arrest of
Ed W. Ilainos , proprietor of the Pacific
bouse , on the cliarco of assault and battery.
It seems that Crawford , who is an ox-saloon
krepcr of Omaha , came over to this side of
the river u few weeks ago to garnishco the
wages of pertain railroad employes who had
contracted bills at his place of business. The
tc t , case was tried before Justice Burnett ,
and Crawford was defeated. One of the
jurors is now clerking nt the Pacific house ,
and Crawford got into a difficulty with him
Monday evening , in talking about the trial.
He became noisy , and Humes ordered him
to keep quiet or get out. Crawford objected ,
mid tlio landlord gave him a small dose of
Queensbury syrup to relax his muscles. It
had the desired effect , but the patient did
not relish the treatment. He now says , how
ever , that he will notpiosecute the case , as
ho was drunk at the lime , and undoubtedly
deserved what bo got. A motion will bo
made to-day to flismiis the case.
Tlio roMdonco of Simon Eiseman , on Park
avenue , was entered by burglars Monday
evening , and property valued at about $80
tuiten. Drawers and dressing cases were
ridcd , nnd such articles as suited tbo depro
daters were stolen , The inls-ilng articles
consist mostly of small pieces of jewelry , cuff
buttons , collar buttons , brooches , necklaces ,
etc. After leaving the house , the burglars
proceeded to Pierce street , where a pocketbook -
book , containing some papers aud a picture
of Mrs. Eiscman , was thrown away In the
rear of a saloon. Tlio saloon-keeper found
the property , and recognizing the picture , re
ported the find to the polico. He was able to
describe the men very fully , nnd the police
expect to bo able to npprenond the guilty
parties They are still at largo , but. the au
thorities have a good clue on which to work
up the case.
Mnnnwu Mqkcu n Itrcalc.
The water in Lake Munnwo broke over the
marshy tract at the en d ut the dam nnd con
siderable of it ran out , lowering the lake
quite a little. Tbo result was anticipated ,
and It was the intention to do additional
work there. The break was not serious , nnd
the damage was repaired yesterday to such
nn extent that the water had raised consid
erably by evening. More hay bales are being
placed as a wing to tbo dam nnd additional
grading is being done. The extra expense is
very light , und when the work is completed
the water will bo permanently maintained
at a high stage.
Firnnteii Fill the Floor.
The fire men finished up their celebration
with a grand bull at Masonic temple last
evening. The largest crowd that has been
seen on the lloorof the large ball , In many a
day. was In attendance. It was an occasion
of unusual merriment and enjoyment , and
was also n great success financially. The
boys cleared about $150 , which swells the
total net proceeds of the day to between $7. > 0
and $ :00. This amount will bo devoted to
tournament uses , and to making the- Juno
tourney tbo grandest ever held In the west ,
Capfilzed in the Imkc.
E. C. Cole was yesterday trying bis now
sail boat at Mannwu. In some unaccountable
way tbo boat capsized and Mr. Cole found
bimsolf in the water. The prospect of rescue
looked rather dubious for a short time , and
the undesirable plunge was prolonged for
fifteen minutes or more before relief came.
Tha struggle was a heave one , and the icscno
Tlio Oldest I'ostmnstur ,
Leonard J. Thomas , of Kdon , Mo. ,
who died recently at tlio ape of eighty-
four , had tlio oldebt commission as postmaster -
master of any man in tlio United States ,
it being dated November 121 , ISM. Ho
received five commissions , and died an
incumbent oj the ollleo.
SITUATION wniitoil As bookkeeper or In nn
olllce. Oooil inferences. Address II , II. H. ,
Jleo olllcc. Council llluirs.
TfTUm SAU ; My roaiilenre. Inquire John ( i.
JL' Woodward , IMJ 1'oiirth avenue.
WANTK1J-A llrst-class rook , tliornimlily
utKlorsUmllliK Ills Inistnesn. Good ages
palil. Apply Immediately In person to Henry
W , Hothtrr , HiiperlntiMKlent Deftf ami Juml > In
stitution , Council lllutrs , lu.
WANTii-At : ) the Deat anil Dumb Instltu-
tlou. Council Illuirs , a llowcr unrdenur. Ap
ply in perhon or by mall to the Nupurlntendunt ,
TCVU HKNT-Two dwelling houses , Sand 10
X' rooms , anil two centrally located olllues la
Council Illulla. Iloracu , Kvurutt.
FOIl HKNT Large double ollloe over Frank
Levin's cigar store , MS Ilroailway. Jiniulre
o ( 1'runk Levin.
Tims. OmcKi : . W. H. .M. I'ustv
OFFICER & PUSEIT.
Comer Main anil Ilroailway ,
CO I'M ' ; 1 1 , I1MJ1T8 , IOWA.
Dealer * In foreign c.nd domestic exchange.
Collection * mad * nail Interest paid ou lima a-
OR , HIsiYliniiUSjipporl.
The only perfect nbilonilunl - iilptxirt for rhll
tlri'ii nnil iiilullH. SuiTcistullyciirusthc WOIIST
i UK IIKUNIA. Aililrojs I
Hidesjallowi Pells , Wool &Fur&
Highest market prices. Prompt return * . No. b'W
and K.- Maln-tt. , Council IIlulTs , lona.
Is fiood on prostitution for
$1,00 on each pair of pants
bought of the
Good for Thirty Days.
§ Ul Q
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103 Main Street.
May ist , 2d , 3d , and 4th , 1889 ,
25 ELECTRIC LIGHTS , 20 GAS LIGHTS.
The finest assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS. Music and songs every evening. The host
artists and musicians have kindly offered their services : of Omaha , Mrs. Fanny Kellogg-Bach-
art : , Miss Lillic Chamberlain , Mrs. Regina Atwatcr , Mrs. L. A. Moellcr , Prof. Bullc of Coun
cil Blurts ; Miss Bella Robinson , Miss Margin-itc Lidclel , Prof. Charles Baetons , Mr ! M-arshall
Trcynor , Mr. Sam. Noble , Mr. Ernest Thornton , Mr. F. L. Haydcn , Mrs. M. Dillon.
Strike und Blass Lust Club , Prof. ' Dalbie's Band and Orchestra , Prof.
All will unite to make the event a pleasant one. YOU ARE INVITED.
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* . % . i * i w irf o fc J r Dempsey
6/ern.I / for nentTcofTecT
S.T8 W Behts a Kiy.Tiaxes. & Butler ,
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , i Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Bp citlcntlonfi and estimate * furnutiml for complete tonm p'nnt * . llcpulation , DurMiIIUy nuir
m d. Can show letters from user * wlieie Fuel r.conoiuv Is < -iiiil | ulih Curllsi Noii-fouileinlnj
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalog ue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Blu.'f *
Iii order to innlco room for the immoiiBo arrival of now goods , which nro ariiving
daily , and our dress goods stock being overloaded , wo luivc decided to
make a great slaughter in prices , the like never being1 hoard of in
this part of the country. Now is tlio time to secure a drew *
at less than half the price it can bo bought for any
where else. To read this advertisement only
gives you n fnint idea of tbo immense
bargains to bo had. Coma nnd
iimpcet the goods and judge
This great dress goods sale will only last ono
week , commenciiig to-morrow ,
AND CONTINUE THE WHOLE WEEK.
Don't wait until the end of tlio week , but got around bright and early and Eccuru
tlio choice of tlio bargains , as borne of tbe lots arc limited.
For So a.yard , 150places DobciRes , Cash- For 'IKcayard , ; ! ( l-inch All Wool lion-
inorea , etc. , worth from lOc to Me. rietta , Silk linibh , worth 50u.
For Oo a yard , ao-inch Cashmere 'L'wlll ,
worth ISc. For.'ilc nyard.IW-inch All Wool Tri
ForlVca jflrcl , Double Fold , All Wool cots , French Conlil Suitings and Il
luminated ini.xlurus , worlhtljo.
Suiting * , worth ! ! 3c.
For 25o u .yard , JMMnch All Wool ault- ForlWc a yard , ttMnuh AH Wool Broadcloth -
ir.gs , wortli We. cloth , w'ortli ( ! ' " > e.
For 33c a yard , 30-inch All Wool Flan ForO'lca yard , Jl-ncli ( ! All Wool Hen-
nels in jihiinsand mixtures , worth fi" rietta , worth $1.00.
Just received , a full line of Sateens in all shades , also tlio celebrated Gilbert' !
Fast D.ack llenrletUi Sateen nt 19o a yard , worth " , 'od.
FOTHERINGHAM , WHITELAW & CO. ,
Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices ,
401 Broadway , : : Council Bluffs , la.
Dl/l l\l Dl M T Hyilruullo nnd Simtttiry Un inci > r. 1'liin1 } , Kbtinmtos
HDI l\ I IN DIII L. Si'moUlcatlonfa. Supervision of I'ubllc Work. Hrown
i Council J'lnlTrt , lovvii.
LJ I I D7Jubtlco of tlio 1'eaeo. Ollluo over Aincriciin Kxpross , No.11
. OU H UL \ Hromlwiiy , Council Hluiln , Io\vn.
OTHMIT P QIIV/IO / Attornoya-tit-Law. I'rucUi'o In tlio SUit'j iiiul Kod-
O I UlNL CX OlIYlO ornl Courts. . Hooms 7 und 8 Shupaia-Hono Illoolc ,
Couniill UliiITu , Iowa.
Attornoys-iit-Lnvv. Hi , Sliu nri. ISloclc
BURKE & TINLEY Counnil HlulTu.
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
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