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THE OMAHA DAILY BED31 ] WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 PUARb STKI2I3T.
JCcllvcrcdbywirrlcr In Any Part of bo City a
'J \ \ only Cents lverVcofc. .
II. W. T1L70N. . . MANAGER ,
nudturps Orriae No. 41.
Monr EtiiToit , No.a.
N. y.Plumblng Co.
C. B. Music Co. , B3S.
Holtcr , tailor , 010 Broadway.
EvanV laundry , 7 1 Broadway.
D. W. Otis , city nnd farm loan * .
The patrol wagon Is out of the paint ahop ,
nnd will appear in the parade Inallltsgor-
A uurringc license was issued , yesterday ,
to Charles H. Hitchcock and PhffiboJi Wing ,
both of this city.
Fireworks will be ono of the attractions nt
Manhattan beach at Lnko Mnnnwu every
evening during the tournament.
W. 1'nttcrson , n fugitive from justice , was
nrrcstcd hero yesterday morning. Ho is
wanted In Omaha , and will bo taken over
there this morning. .
Homo pcoplo will plcnso wait until next
week bcforo buying their shoes ns Adams'
shoo trade is monopolized by the firemen and
strangers in the city.
These who como to Council Bluffs to at
tend the ChaulauiUn should got off nt the
transfer depot , where they can make connec
tions with trains direct for the grounds.
Deputy United States Marshal Wyland has
in H , J. Mullcr , from Ilarlan , on the charge
of violating thu internal revenue law. Ho
will bo held to the next federal grand Jury.
The local branch of the A. O. 11. will give
n ball this cvrnlng in their hall at St. Jos
eph's academy , corner of Fifth nvcnuo ana
Sixth street. All nro invited to bo present.
One sturdy yeoman , living near I'Jum Hol
low , was in tlio city yesterday for the first
time in ton j oars. Ho was going over to
Omaha , which city ho had iiovcr scon , al
though ho has lived so near it for thirty
Rev. Dr. Cooley filed a complaint , \ ester-
day afternoon , against Joe Dnrull for selling
obscene pictures. The pictuics were sim
ilar to the usual cigarette advertising cards.
Barall gave bull and will have a hearing this
The Madison street paving force was in
creased yesterday nnd last evening the \\ork
wan completed. Fnirmount park and its
many beauties aie thus again thrown open
to the general public and especially the visi
tors to iho tournament.
* A light of plate glnss , 72x111 inches , was
sot , ycsteiday , in the window of Cory & Con-
over's and A. B. Walker's real estate nnd in
surance ofllco , on Pearl street. It is the
largest window in the city. It icquired the
services of six men to set it.
The W. C. A. ladies nave arranged for
furnishing menls nnd lodgings in the Merriam -
riam block during the tournament. Three
meals will bo served dally at ilj cents each.
Ice cieam , strawberries , cake , etc. Cots
will bo provided for lodgers. The proceeds
nro for the benefit of the hospital.
Arrangements have been made to feed from
800 to 1,000 pcoplo at the Ogden house. 'J ho
dining loom accommodations huvo been in
creased so that about ono hundred and
Bovcnty-fivo can bo fed at a sitting. Similar
arrangements have been made at the other
hotels , restaurants and boarding houses.
The forper , W. II. Leonard , turns out to
bo H. B. tay ) , and is wanted in sevoiul
places. His identity was established by
means of a letter irom a prostitute , found In
Ills pockot. Ho admits that his name is not
what ho gave it. Ho is confined in the
county Jail awaiting a hearing , nnd will very
likely go over the road.
Permits have been issued for scvoial ol
the better class of buildings this week. F.
H. Smith will put up tin eo $1,000 cottages in
Ferry addition ; J. A. Murphy will erect n
$3,000 dwelling In Cochran's sub ; Amos
lhllllps ? will build a $1,000 cottage In Central
sub ; Elmer E. Allen , H.OOO cottage in Snck-
ctt's addition : E. L. Squlro will begin at
once tlio erection of an $ oUOO business block
and two $1,000 cottages.
About twenty-five special police Ijave been
put on duty , and three of the regular force ,
Oniccrs Kemp , Thomas and Josl.1 n , have been
mounted , nnd nro doing excellent work in pa-
trollng the icsldenco portions'nnd isolated
quarters of the city. Some of the specials
are ox-pollcemcn , and are well qualified , but
some are worse than useless , ns was the ono
who walked up to Broadway from the Hock
Island depot yesterday afternoon to inqulro
if ho should arrest n dead drunk who was
lying on the sidewalk. It is stated that it is
dlfllcult to Eueuie competent men for the
Notes nnd mortgiifjci bought and f > od ! ,
money loaned ; lire insurance. Robert
V. Inncs , 30 Pearl st.
Have our vrngon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
Money leaned at L. 13. Craft's & Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , notional property of all kinds ,
nnd all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly conn-
Danplor vapor sto'vos at cost chanffo
location , Shugart & Co. , 211 Broadway.
Try now Metropolitan rooms and table
Have your old furniture upholstqrod *
'good as now. R. Morgan , 702Broadway.
Woolsoy & Long paper rooms neat ,
quick , cheap. 31 Main , tel 203.
Botlino Rooting will stand as long as
the building. Birkinbino Knginoorinff
nnd Suuply Co. , 115 Pearl St. , Council
You can buy latest style parasol or
umbrella at James < fc" Ilavorstock'a
cheaper than nny place in the city.
13echtclohotolccntral location , 11 rstclas
Sco Boodlno Roofing if you are build
ing. Birkinbino Jinginooring and
Supply Co. , 115 Pearl st. , Council
Hoislor's Oyster Bay chop house and
rcstauruntday and nightCOS Broadway.
Dr. C. C. Ilazon , dentist , Opera house
Bodino Roohng. Birkinbino' En
gineering and Supply Co. , 116 Pearl
ut. , Council Bluffs.
If you want a tasty and convenient
fence or railing about your residence
or lawn , use C. J. Bookman's patent
locking bracket , as any panel can bo
readily taken out and firmly replaced.
Address C. J. Bookman , 728 Seventh
The death of Mr. Peter West comes with
startling surprise. Only last Thursday ho
was apparently hale nnd rugged , nnd was
busily engaged on the carpentering work of
the Chautauqua amphitheater. While thus
nt work ho was drenched by n shower , and
evidently caught cold. The following day ho
was up and about , but foil badly. It speedily
developed into pneumonia. Sinking into an
unconscious condition , ho grow feebler rapIdly -
Idly , and yesterday breathed his last.
Mr. West was born in Swodon. For eleven
years ho was connected with the institution
for the deal and dumb. In this city. Two
years ago ho revisited the old homo , across
the water , whoio the aged father and mother
BtJH live. Mr. West was a sturdy , honest
man , of kindly heart and excellent morals.
Ho had a wide olrclo of friends by whom ho
Was most highly esteemed. HO lias a cousin
living hero , Miss Nelson , but no family , Ho
leaves a snug estr.to of several thousand
Ho was an honored member of tbo Mnsonlu
iratcinlt1' , a Knight Templar and u member
of Kxcolblor lodge , The funeral services
will taUu place this afternoon at St. Paul's
church , undur the unsplccs of the Masons.
City Etoara laundry , 84 Main , tol. 141.
THE FIGHTERS OF FIRES.
The Freedom of Council Bluffs" Gor-
, dlnlly Extended to thorn.
THE TRADERS' EXPOSITION.
Tlio Success or Fnotorlcs Smidcn
Dentil of i'otor West Gradu
ating Kxcrclncn ol the.
The Aremon began arriving on ycstenlny
morning's tnuns , and by evening tlioro wore
several hundred of them in the city , not
withstanding the belief that but few would
arrive until this tnornlnir. The companies
which arrived curly la the day were Du-
buquu paid llro department , eight men , un
der Chluf Kolnfrld ; Cnarlton department ,
ten men , Chief Howard ; Albla department ,
fifteen men , Chief Moore ; Euimcttsburg ,
llvo mun , Chief \VnrnUo ; Sioux City , ton
men , Chief Kcllogtr , and smull delegations ,
the advance guards , of the visitors to como
from AlnrshalUown , Avoca , Mount Ayr ,
Ilarlan , Ucd Oulf , Fort Mrullon , Dcnlson ,
Cedar Hapids and Iowa falls.
The I'omplor corps , of Chicago , spent the
day in looltlnL'about the city. They will
plvo an exhibition to-night and to-morrow
ovcnlr.gs at 7lit : ) at the now Elsonmn block ,
showing liow llioy reuoh the top of the high
est blocks with their twelve foot ladders ,
and rescues people from the upper floors of
Several pieces of apparatus arrived yes
terday , in advance of their companies.
Hand engines were received fi om Storm
Luke and Avoca , unit hose reels from Hod
Oatt and Lyous. The Hod O.xl : curt will ap
pear in the parade , but will not bo used in
the races , as Hod O.nt does not support a
running team this i cur.
The decorations were completed about
noon. 'Jhoy nro on a vci.v extensive sonic ,
ana add veiy mntori.illy to the appearance of
the bushiest portion of the city. Uumlsomo
window designs appear at the Boston store
and the store of the Council Bluffs Carpet
company. At the former place , one window
is dovotcd to a lire scene. A hose company
Is laying a line of hose , and nc.ir by is a
burning building. A ladder is raised to thereof
roof , and at the top is a fireman dliceting a *
stream down upon the flames. On the
ground Is another pipemau playing upon the
smoking ruins of a fallen building. Several
other firemen aio busy laying hose , connect
ing with hydrants , etc. The whole sccno is
very realistic , from the burning building ,
with its smoke-stain cd walla , to tbo inlnla *
tura firemen and their apparatus. In the
window of the caipat company is iv hand
somely decorated hose iccl , showlag the load
of regulation hose , fully equipped and icady
for a run. The exterior decorations nil
nlonfe Hioadway and Main street uro very
extensive , and these streets are a continued
line of handsome designs. Tlioro is block
after bloclc of bunting. Hags , etc. , nnd so
ucnorully is the plan or decoration adopted
that individual mention would bo impossible.
The final arrangements for this morning's
piograniuia wore completed ycsteiday by
Col. D. 13. Dalley , chief marshal , his aides
and the executive committee , und the cntiro
forenoon will bo devoted to the parade. The
following is the general progjanime :
The chief of police with mounted police
force wl'l ' picccde the column.
The UodOaic band.
The chief marshal , assistant marshals and
F. M.Kohror , mayor of the city , In carriages ,
followed by all other aistliicuishcd and in
vited guests ; city council , city and county
olllcials and Judges in carilagcs.
First division , with Omaha Uro department
on the right and nil other firemen from Ne
braska and other .states will form and assemble -
blo on Klghth street with right resting on
First avenuu. facing north.
Second division , composed of 11 the com
panies and organizations coming ever the
Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy line of rail
road , will form in rear of the first division ,
on Eighth street.
Third division , composed of all companies
and oreaniziitlonn arriving over the Chicago.
Milwaukee Si St. Paul railroad , will form on
Willow avenue , with right resting at junc
tion of Eighth street.
Fourth division , composed of all companies
and organizations cdmlug ever the Chicago
&Noithwestern railroad , will assemble on
Willow avenue , in rear of third division.
Fifth divis'on , composed of all companies
nnd organizations coming on the Chicago ,
Rock Island & Pacific railroad , will term on
First avenue , with right resting at Junction
of that uvonuo with Eighth street. '
Sixth division , composed of all companies
and organizations coining ever the Wabash
railway will form in the reur of the Fiftn
division on First uvonuu.
Seventh division will Include nil compan
ies coming over the Sioux City and Illinois
Central roads , and will form in rear of sev
enth division on First avenue.
Eighth division will bo composed of the
Council 13luffs department and will assemble
on Willow uyonue , In rear of Fourth di
Ninth division , composed of the mutual
protectionists and farmer alliance lodges
and association of Pottnwattamlo county ,
followed by all other mounted associations ,
will assemble on Pearl street , with right
resting on Willow avenue , facing south.
All companies and organizations taking
part and place in the column and line of
march will bo expected to bo at their places
in their piopor division promptly at 9:30 : a.m.
The chief maishul rccommenUs that each
division select its own chief and commander ,
who shall supervise nnd arrangn his division ,
teforenco being had tosenlorityoi companies
and to beauty of line.
The chief of each company or organization
or such other parsons as may bo designated
will act as assistant marshal and will report
piomptly at 9:80 : o'clock a. in. at headquar
ters wheio suitable mounts will await them.
The chief of police will furnish four
mounted policemen whoso duty it shall bo to
patiol Broadway from the Methodist church
to the bridge west of the Noithwostcrn de
pot at proper intervals from 8 o'clock a. in.
until after the paradb has been dismissed ,
for the purpose of keeping that street clear
ami unobstructed so that the motor line and
street cars con pass freely without being
hindered or in any manner impeded , and tlio
greater necessity for this duty is the preven
tion of accident and to sccuro perfect safety
to tlioBO who may bo on that street.
The liao of inarch will bo as follows : The
head of column will rest on Eighth street
nnd First ayenuo and will move north on
Eighth street to Mynster ; east on Mynstor
to Scott ; 1101 th on Scott to Washington ave
nue ; east on Washington aveuuo to First
street ; Bouth on First street to Broadway ;
east on Broadway to Frank , whcra the
column will countermarch on Btoadway to
Main street ; bouth on Main street to Fifth
avenue ; west on Fifth avcnuo to Eighth
street : north on Eighth to Broad way ; east
on Broadway to Pearl ; south on Pearl to
Willow uvcuuo nnd the public square where
an address of welcome will bo delivered by
M. F. Uohror , mayor of the city , with suit-
ublo responses by President Eaton nnd
others , which will end the forenoon pro
All those who have been oolcctod as aides
will report at the association headquarters
promptly at 0 o'clock a. in.
D. 11. miLur , Chief Marshal.
Prizes of $75 and & ' 5 are offered for the
best appearing companies in tlio parade. The
programme for the afternoon is as follows ;
1 p. in. Trial of steamers ; first prize , on
time , § 100 ; .on distance , state trumpet and
2 p m. Frco for all Nebraska hose teams ,
three or inoro to start ; first prlzo $125 , second
end prlzo $75.
3 p. m. HOBO race , 41 class ; llrst prlzo
? IS , second prize $75 , third prize ? 00.
4 p. m. Trial of hand engines : llrst prize
5150 , second prize flOO , third prlzo S50 ; Jlrst
prize on distance , state broom uud 8150. second
end prize $100 , third prtzo $ .53.
C ii. in , Free for nil Nebraska Jiook nnd
ladder teams , three or moro to start ; first
prUe eioo , second urlzo ? 50.
b p. in , I'ompior corps : first prize $1T5 ,
second prize ? 2o.
Last ovenlui : the meeting of the board of
control was hold nnd rules adopted for
guidance during the tournament , 'rhenium-
bora of the boui d are the ofllcors of the Btuto
association , nnd nro us follows :
CJ. W. Eaton , president ; C. W. Neal , first
vice president ; James Agnoxv , second vice-
president : J. Ii , Johnston , third vice-presi
dent ; A. b. I'llTuny , tecordlng eocretary ; B.
O. boulo , nnanclai secretary ; H. O , Johnson , "
treasurer ; John Toinuloton , corrcspjuulog
Severn ! of tbo saloon men got "on their
car" ycstcrdnv morning , anil for n whllo the
outlook for n grand row was promising. As
it was , the trouble went no further than n
vigorous kick , and then the difficulty was
satisfactorily explained nnd adjusted. It all
arose over the closing of Dave Cray's ' saloon
on South Main street. The Ovorton saloon
cases wcro taken * up when district court
opened In the morning , nnd iho budge dis
pensers resumed their old cry of favoritism
nnd discrimination , nnd urged that n move
ment was on foot to close the saloons , except
these of a certain favored few , ana throx"
the Immense trade that would bo had during
the tournament Into the pockets of these
favored ones. Iho ntmosphoro was very
murky and oppressive for a while , nnd the
excited snloonists uworo by the powers that
boor that If any such move was to bo made
they would unite In crushing the monopo
lists. They would swear out search war
rants for the places that wcro allowed to run ,
nnd would shut up every saloon in the city
ns tight as n drum. Dan Carrlgg was the
helpless individual charged with being the
nutliorbf all their woo , nnd sovorarof the
disgruntled ones waited upon him nnd stated
their case. Ho denied any connection with
the matter , nnd soothed their rufiled feelings
after a while.
It Rooms that the report that such a move
was intended was a canard , started solely
for the purposoofwarmlngupthcsaloo uincn.
the closing of the saloon roforrcd to was
simply the result of regular proceedings In
the district court , and there arc several moro
to foifow. The cuso under consideration
yesterday was that of Ovorton vs Inman ,
charging contempt of violating an Injunction
of tlio court.
Finest lee Crciim in city. Drioabach'a
iloublo iKii'lorSjJa Main st.
Notice tlio beautiful linisb given col-
liivs , cults and shirts by Cascade Laun
S. B. Wiuhworth & Co. loan money.
Botlino Roofing will not crack or
split , Birklnblnu Engineering and
Supply Co. , 115 Pearl St. , Council
The New Ogden is ditching traveling
men at &J per day.
Firot Flrtil Fire !
firemen and visitors get special prices at
Maiidel's furniture store , Nos. U2J-825 Bioad-
Buy furniture , stoves and carpets at Man-
del's , 323-U'Jo Broadway.
For mllllnory go to Friedman's , 409 Broad
Closing out sale of children's white nnd
colored dresses , at low price , at Friedman's ,
Special sale of ladles' lawn wrappers at
Friedman's , 409 Broadway.
You can save 50 per cent in millinery nt
Friedman's , 409 Broadway.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of vnluo at low rules of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olHco cor. Broadway
nnd Main , ever American oxpresj.
When persons keep coal and use our
"Sun Dial" gas stovea. Foui- holes ,
roaster and bakeovon. Costs 7 cents
nor hour when running full blast. Now
York Plumbing Co.
Badollot sells groceries.
M. Wollman , jeweler , moved to 538 B'y.
J. G. Tipton , veal c&tato , 627 B'dway
Stranger. Council Bluffs is the best
city in the union for safe investments.
Consult Rhodabock & Peterson , 20 N.
Main St. , for rare bargain .
The TrndeH Display.
The ladies having in charge the trades dis
play have done most nobly. A very largo
nnd attractlvo exhibition was opened last
evening in the masonic tomjilo hall. Space
docs not permit an cnumerat'on ' of'tno
articles , or hardly of the classes. Almost
every kind of merchandise has been con
tributed by generous dealers in all parts of
tbo country. These are well displayed and
various booths are established , at which
articles are disposed of for the bonellt of the
Chautauqua and the hospital.
The admittance to this wonderful exposi
tion is free from 10 a. m. until 0 o'clock p. m.
In the evening an admittance fco of a dime
There will bo dancing in the evening , for
which tickets can bo purchased during the
day at the C. , B. & Q. ticket oulco , coiner of
Broadway and Pearl street , or at the door
In the ovoning. All persons holding tickets
to dance will bo entitled to one chance in the
Eureka road cart.
A very fine top buggy is to bo voted to the
most popular fireman.
There are a largo numbci of articles which
will bo disposed of by chance.
Farmers should not fail to BOO the display
of machinery nnd implements. An opportu
nity is presented them of securing a culti
vator , a plow , or soma equally desirable im
plement , for fifty cents.
No visitor to the city should to visit the
trades' exposition , and all will bo made wel
Fireworks at Manhattan Beach , Lake
Manuwa , every ovening.
[ Additional Council Dlnffs on fifth Payc J
JJelow wo ghe names of n rawof the many
1'atrons of tliu
In Council lilnira and vicinity. The character
of the patrons namol , and the amount en
trusted by each to the protection of the com
pany. Indicates the coutldenct ) enjoyed by it at
homo where Its manner of doing business Is
C , D. Dlllln I 40,000
i.uney Bros. A : Co 87,000
Charles Itaughn no.OGO
John Dennett , I''fiO '
William O'llalleran C/.CK )
Charles Shields 7.700
N. W.Nusn 7.UM
I. A. Miller . . , 0.000
OeorgoA. Fry 11,000
Henry Ulsoman to Co 5,03) )
B > iiiBart.Wuitfe\Vle8 J. ' . 00
K. It. bhiigan 4XW <
Jlomrm Ciitlioltc church 41',0'JJ
Hainan Catholic Chinch , Wostp lalia . . 40.00 }
Carroll County Court Housfi SUJ
Abbott A ; Cooper , Sl. < 0)
St. KrancH Academy UOOOO
Cruvor. Htuelt ) te Austin JWKX )
T. M. 0. Logan 11.1100
Deere , WellHfeCo , lO.Slio
( leorure SI. Williams. . . , UOJ (
B. I ) . Kohlcs , B.COO
O. H. Carpenter , 0,700
ilttBonla Temple , B.OOJ
Me teal f llios , ( ) , ( XX )
C. A. Ileeba \ Co fi.OOO
S. H. Keller , U.KX )
NOTICB When our policy exceeds Wi.OdO.IO
on property subject to destruction by a ainiilu
llro , thu excess la re-lnsurea In other companies.
In tlio U , S. Mnsonlo lienoolcnt
Association of Council HliiflV , lu. , tlio
youtigrht , largest , cheapest ami best plan
of Masonic Iiisimmco lu tlio world , that
I'onllncs Us inciiiliei-slilp to Its friitemlty.
J , 1) . UllMUNIISON. 15. It. HlllKJAllT ,
1'Jos. Vice 1'rea.
CHAR. K. UANNOU. Cashier ,
CITIZEN'S STATE BANK
Paid Up Capital . . . . . . . J50.000 00.
Surplus . % ooow.
Liabilities to Dutiosltors. . f25.OUO.UO ,
lllitCTOits-l. A. Miller , 1' . O. Oleason. 15. u
Buugttrt , 1S.K. Hurt , J. I ) . Hdmumleou. Clias. U.
Hamicn. Transact general Uauklnt' busluosa ,
capital and surplus or uny bank in
Iowa. Interest on tluiu dopoalU.
SPEC IA .NOTICES.
fixtures ! lurgoiBmlrrorln Council Uluira :
finest set of n.xuuojlfl' tlio city ; must bo sold
immediately , ana ar&usonsoquoutly best bar
gain ever offered snt&fthmcn. Wheeler & Her-
old , 134 East Uroad jj Council lllullg.
OO\V8 for snip WlU take pay In Brnding nnd
tilling nt B per day tor mnn and tcnm , or
will take pay In ptitntinff. Horace Kvorett.
"IJ10U SALn-Annrf'KKrnngo horse , suitable
42 for family driving. Call on or addrcos J.
W. llbon , 4-il tjtnttsmno ; street.
WANTr.D-fiOO ricM og so-ond-haml carpet ,
also all good sBWnil-hana furniture. A.
J. M mlel. Ko.i. : cnrt ; ) < l'U3 ; Ilroadwajr.
T710H P.XC1IANGR Ssvcrnl good farms to ox
JL1 change for Council lllniTs lots. Johnston
le Van 1'ntten , Everett block.
"IT10K SALE No. SOO Oralmrn avenue. Lot
a : ( WxllU Now house. Will tnko toftin or
cattle In part payment : bainnco on ten years'
time , annual payment * ) , 8 per cant payable
annually. Apply to Hornco Everett ,
rpwo-story buMncrsTTonso foF'rcnt , . No. 200
X llromlway , opposite Ogden house. Enquire
nt KM 1-Tnntt st. A. Wood.
AHAUR clmnco for a splendid Investment ,
requiring energy rather than dirge capital.
A fortune for the right man. Halt Interest In
the llnost practical patent ever Issued. Ad-
drosA &wan& Walker , 4 Tonrl street , Council
mUANSFUK JjlNi : Quick delivery Dotwoon
JLomina and Council llliilTa. Household poods
and rrolRlit moved s.ifolv and promptly. Leave
oidcrs at Omaha olllco , Mi So , 1'Jth st. ; Council
JllulTs 7 N Mam. II. llcecroft.
f ) ( \C\I \ ispleiulld mounted upocliiicnsraro Dlnls
< s/\/V/Uaml animals from every cllmu. Must
bo sold at oncn. Single or In cases. F. J. llruzoo ,
nrst class taxlilermlst , Council IltuiTa.
RKAIi"KSTATK llouglit and sola nnd ox-
changed. Sparlal attention Riven to exam
ination of tltlos. W. C. James , No. 10 Pearl St. .
FOll SAfjIJ 7 room cottage , corner Tnlrd
avenue and Uth st. Easy terms. ' W. C.
Jnmcs , 10 Pcnrlst.
FOll HUNT Kaiy terms two now live-room
lionies , 16th nve. between ItlRii and Third
sts. b'cll cheap If taken tins week. Inqulio
owner. J. Ulekoy , 74J II. Wuy.
TTIOH SALE Old onabllsSoil general mor-
-L. cbaiullsu business , titocK , tlxturos , wagons ,
etc. Good room and low rent. Address , J.
Ulctey.710 II. Way
POIl HUNT Furnlsn r unfurnished largo
tenroomhouse , bath room , uns , furnace ,
etc. , at Ol'i Willow aw. Enquire at premlses.or
O. H. Btlllman. llrown block. _
mlllc ciws for sale or trade for fat
JL ? cows. Swan's stock yards , Upper Uroad-
wny. Frank Swan.
"HIGH HUNT Largo double olllro ever 1'rank
JL1 Levin's cigar itoro , 0 ! llro adway. Inquire
of Frank Lovln.
CounciljBluffs , la.
Tuesday , -
and Fr iday
June 11 , Ig ! 13.and 14.
Purses Amounting to
ONE FARE FOR BOUND TRIP ON
TWIT THE EARTH !
OH , NO !
But wo do want the pcoplo of Western
Iowa to know that the
GREAT BARGAIN SHOE STORE
NO. 100 MAIN ST. ,
Cor. First Avenue , carry the
stock of BOOTS mid SHOES in 'tlm
city. Tiiat wo always load in popular
prices. That persons wanting reliable
crooJs can save money by trauincr with
us. S. A. PIERCE.
CENTRAL LIVERY STABLE.
W. L : I ATTOiV , Prop.
Elopant Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Nos. 19 and 21 , North Main Street.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
THE QUAKER JEVRBY STORE ,
A. A. 1IAKT , Prop.
Honest Watches , Clocks , Jewelry anil Silver
wiiio. All vltmnliiR mill repairing under per
somil xnpjrvlaloii ot the proprietor. Stationary
Toilet articles and Perfumery. 1'lno Watches
Time Locks nnd Chronometers ft BpecinUy.
110 MAIN bT. , Council Illuirri.
No. 27Vjain ) Street ,
Over Jacqucnilii'H JTotvulryHtoro
The most Modern Novolltla In
STOP ! PAD ; THIS !
A new ClotliliiKifitntro 1ms been opened in
Council lllnirs/'No old Htocfc or old
styles. KvatjtliiiiK Htiictly flwt
class. Come Juul bo convinced ,
I'osltlvelyjjuo prlco nna canh.
CHICAGO CLOTHIfIG HOUSE ,
738 WKST HHOADWAY.
E SHjgLMAN. ;
Firemen and strangers visiting the oity during : the Tournament and
all this week , are welcome to make themselves at home at
We expect thousands of visitors ann have prepared for them by em
ploying an extra force of help.
We will make everything pleasant and comfortable for you.
Strangers are welcome to leave packages in our care during their
stay in the city.
Don't fail to call at our establishment. We will show you
I nfl I QI"ftf0lJ ( * CRBUQ f dUffl OflJ T
MSB Lnlpbif NIIBol dllu 060 !
Stock of merchandise ever shown in this western country.
You can save your expenses while in the city by purchasing your
summer goods at
314 , 316 , 318 and 320 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
K I HA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
AHU INVITED TO CALL AT
Mrs. 0. L. GILLETT'S '
And see her nno line ot Hair
Goods. FINEST HAllt
OHNAMENTS In tbo city.
WlpH , licards , etc. , for llrnt
aiutband Coylo and Mycra
Urense 1'nlnts. Hair
- > . > * . VIM Dressing. Ktc.
No. 29 main St. . Council III till *
Orders by mall rucoivo promptattentlon.
AT PETER C , MILLER'S. '
Nos. 11 and 13 Pearl St.
A BIG LOT OF YELLOW JERSEY
CaI > biiKO am !
Other Veptablb Plants. .
By J , R , McPHERSON , GROWER ,
Vegetables , Vegetable Plants ,
Fruits Etc ,
Enst Plcrco St. Council muffs
W. H. M. I'UJE
OFFICER & PUSEr.
Corner Main and llroaihvay ,
COUNCIL , BI/UFFS , IOWA.
ncolers In foreign tnd domestic exclianso.
Collections made and interim paid on time de
OV llImNDKIl & 0111311 AN |
Are thoroughly prepiirod to take earn of horses
and carrtut'ea of all vlnitors to the lake. I'lonty
of sheds and stnllj , and animals and carriages
will bo afely cared for. Choices reasonable.
Accommodating hostleM on hand night and
day. When jrou dilve to the Lake , don't foruoc
( JlilJ I ) A lit
DH , McDANELD & G0f
Hides , Tallow , Pelts , Wool Furs. .
IIIghrNtm nrket prices. Prompt returns. Nos
I'OundtCJ Main st. , Council Uiuirn. Iowa
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260
A. J ) . HKHSMAN. K.lBTEVEN.S
HERSMAN & STEVENS ,
FUNERAL * DIRECTORS.
( Successors to Morgan , Keller & Co. )
SPECIAL , ATTENTION GIVEN TO EN1SAEAIING.
I\VK OAIIICV A FtJIil , IJNE OF (
WOOD : CLOTH : AND : METALIC : CASES.
JOPEN AT ALL IIOUIIB OK DAY AND NIUHT. (
auw. an CUOAUWAV , oouNoiii
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
'BOOKSYOU OUGHT TO CONSULT
PAINT * n
You Are Invited and Welcome
While lu the city do not fall to
call en the
store and see the finest and be st
Music Hall on the Mo. slope.
C : > mo and take a look at our
large stock of Pianos and Organs
and all kinds of musical instru
ments up stairs and down stairs.
103 Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - - IOWA.
25 TO 300" I
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
CpcclRciitlousnnd nsthmitcH fumlnlioil for complete elpnni plnnU. tlugnlntloii. Durability ( 'narnntccJ.
Cun allow litters fruin uscrJ wlicro fuel economy l equal wltli C'orllm Non-coixlcniiliiK.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for catalogue. No. CIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
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