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c THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , JUNE 17 , 18by.
THE DAILY BEE ,
OFFICE. NO 12 PHAnij STIlEnT.
Delivered brtnrrlcr In Any Port ot bo City a
Twenty Cents rcrWcck.
II , W. TII/rON. , . MANAGE" .
rupiNEFf Of ricE No. M.
JlJOIlT Illicit , NO.ZI.
N. V.PlumblnB Co.
C. R Muslo Co. , C33 B'way.
Helter , tnllor , 010 Hro.idwny.
Additional local on fifth ( ingc.
Evnns' laundry , 724 Broadway.
D. W. Otis , city and farm loans.
The M. F. Hohrcr , of the Mnnawn fleet , la
InUl tin for rcpalis. During Weilnosdiiv's
enlo she broke ono of the gearing wheels ,
niul li out of service until another can bo se
J. J , Mabonoy has completed his new bath
houses at Mnmnvn , mill opened them to tlio
public. Tbcy ere llncly nrrnnpcd , nnd bid
fmr to become all tlio go with the visitors to
J. Uarton nml M. Williams wcro towed In
yesterday morning for VccplnR disorderly
houses on Sunday. They nro among the
Joint keepers on "Tho Kow. " They put up
130 for their appcnrnncu this morning.
The residence of Mr. Morkel , near the
mill on Washington nvcnuo. was entered by
burglars last night , nnd thoroughly searched
for valuables mid searched in vain without
seriously inconveniencing the members of
Judge Aylcsworth has received a letter
Jrom his son Paul , at Princeton college ,
staling that the college glee and banjo club
was preparing for n vacation trip to Call-
forum this summer and would giva a conceit
In Omaha ou their way westward.
'Tho ' papers ought to thunk the crooks for
their foibciminco , " said an ofllccr last oven-
ing. "I never know of as many crooks in a
town nt ono time nnd as llttlo work done.
They could Imvo burglarized hnlf of the town
If they hud desired , and our llttlo police
force could not huvo prevented It. Wo nro
all under some obligations to them. "
Thcro Is a homo of n very prominent citi
zen in this city , which was tilled ulth cha
grin yesterday , whcri n biblical discussion
between the head of the house and n minis
ter rovcalcd tlio fact that thcro was not ouch
n thing about the house ni n bible , and thoi o
had been nothing of the kind except ono
llttlo copy of the Now Testament since tbo
family moved here.
A very commodious nnd comfortable- tent
has been set opart by the Chautauqua man
agement for the use of the press daring the
assembly. The matter of furnishing it has
been loft to the gentlemen themselves. The
Press club will accept it and make it their
headquarters while on the grounds , and the
place of entertaining the visiting brethren
during the assembly.
The Omaha Danes who wcro the unwilling
participants in the Plorco street slugging
match , Saturday night , were in the city
again , yesterday , and fuliy identified Smith
as the fellow who did the stealing , and Ids-
sell as the man who threw the brick. Kissell
admitted that ho wus present nt the time of
the dllliculty , but insisted that Smith took
the money. This Is very probably the case.
but the charge of highway robbery will still
attach to Kissell as the party who did the
slugging , and ns an accessory.
Notes nnd mortgages bought anil sold ,
nlonoy Itmncd ; fire insurance. Robert
V. Innes , 30 Peurl st.
Heislcr's Oyster Bay chop honso and
restaurant day and night , GU3 Broadway.
An Kvcnin < c of Music.
Mr. Charles Bnctcns announces that his
next student recital will take place nt the
parlor of the Presbyterian chuich Tuesday
evening , Juno 18 , at 8 o'clock. The following
IB the programme :
Potpouri , orchestral "Olivette" . . . . Audran
Stryk-on blnss-lust Cluo.
Song "Ah-So QuI t'actoro" . Vnccay
Miss Francis Hooilor.
Violm solo 'Divertissamento".DoQeriot
Miss Darlino Coc.
Pinnn snlni n . Mondelsshon
solojb . Fnnfaro 13oscorltzih
Miss Laura Couch.
Cornet solo . Tesoa
Master Willie Murphy.
Orchestral ( a Serenade Tcnzen
) b Ditto Moszkowslti
Solo Violoncello Canzona F. Raft
( with obligate violins and llutcs. )
Mr. John Brown.
Sons : "June Has Como" Baotons
.Miss F. Uoeilor.
Trio of Flutes Wangemann
Messrs. F. Badoletto , G. Karbach and W.
Duo Two violins Danela
Mrs. H. Honors and G. Williams ,
( with cadences by Charles Baetons. )
Bonato for piano ana violin Mozart
Miss O. Cook and Dr. Charles Baetons.
Mrs. S. I * . Clurk , of Fredonia , N. Y. , and
Mrs. II. S. Box , of Kldgowaj , Out. , nro the
guests of Mrs. Vie Jennings , on North First
Dick Rawllngs has returned from Denver.
Whore ho went an u delegate to the annual
convention of tbo International Typograph
ical union ,
Mrs. D. B. Dalloy and children loft last
evening for Montreal , whore they go to at
tend the wedding of her sister.rrnoy will bo
absent about two months.
Miss Wlnona Culberteon , of Wlnona ,
Minn. , teacher of sketching nnd drawing in
the Spearhead seminary , Is the guest of Prof.
MoNuughton and family.
Have our wagon call for your toiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Co.
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. , olllco cor. Broadway
and Main , ever American express.
When persons keep cool and use our
"Sun Dial" gas stoves. Four holes ,
roaster and bakcovon. Costs 7 cents
per hour when running full blast. Now
York Plumbing Co.
Try now Metropolitan rooms nnd table
Dr. 0. C. Iluzoii , dentist , Opera house
Dangler vapor stoves at cost change
location. Shugart & Co.,211 Broadway.
If you want n tasty nnd convenient
fence or railing about your residence
or lawn , use C. J. Boehman's patent
looking bracket , as any panel can bo
readily talcon out and firmly replaced.
Address 0. J , Bockmnn , 71JS Seventh
Finest Ice Cream in city. Driosbaoh's
double parlors , 85 Main st.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , culTs nnd shirts by Cuscado Laun
S , B. Wmlsworth Co. loan money.
The Now Ogden is catching traveling
men ut $2 per day.
Call on the BirUinblno Engineering
and Supply company , 115 Pearl street ,
Council UlulTs , la. , and examine the
Jiodino roollng , It will pay you ; sam
ples sent ou application.
M. Wollman , Jeweler , moved to638 B'y.
Woolboy & t eng paper rooms neat ,
quick , ohoap. 31 Main , tel 203.
Stranger. Council Bluffs is the best
city in the union for safe investments.
Consult Rhodaboclc & ; Potcrbon , 20 N.
Main et , , for rare bargain H.
Fireworks at Manhattan Ileach , Lake
Wanawa , every evening.
City steam laundry , 84 Main , tel , HI.
THE CDAUFAUQUA OPENING ,
All in Roadiuosa for Oaring for the
THE LATEST PULPITUTTERANCES
Moro Mlilnlght SlncKlmr Pythian
Decoration Day Sunday
The Chnntnnciita Opening.
Everything Is In readiness for the opening
of the Chautauqua assembly to-morrow. Of
course many of the Improvements arohastily
mnilo , nnd others arc loft for future seasons
to develop. Sufllclont preparation has , how
ever , been made to accommodate well the
crowds which will bo hero to enjoy the liter
ary nnd musical feasts which each day's ' pro
gramme presents. The largo amphitheater
is the admiration of all. There arc hun
dreds of tents pitched , and dintngballs , etc. ,
Many families from Omaha , South Omaha
and UioDlufTs , although within easy reach of
the grounds , have engaged tents nnd purpose
spending much of their tune there. Among
those who have thus pitched tents for the
season nro S. S. Stevens , Thomas Ofllccr ,
A. P. Elxvcll , I. M. Troynor , W. W. Wal
lace , Dr. Woodbury , licrt Sargent , nnd oth
ers equally well known hero. A number of
the teachers of the Institution for the deaf
nnd dumb , nnd also some from ho Nebraska
institution , nro to sncnd the season on the
grounds. Severn ! of the churches have
hcadquartcrs'cstablishcd , also the W. C. T.
U. From outside of the city there are dele
gations already booked from Charlton , Slien-
nndoah , Hat Ian , Fremont , Neb. , and numer
ous other towns and cities. Mr. Marsh , of
Missouri Valley , Uov. J. W. Gcigcr , of Hur-
lan , Uov. M. D. Bevin , of Atlantic , Uov. Mr.
Wotzel , of Avoe.i , and others have secured
tents. These few only nra given , but they
snfllclontly indicate the class of people who
ere coining and the interest being manifested.
Some of the clerks in the Council Bluffs
stores are endeavoring to organize a move
ment by whioh thn business places will bo
closed nt 0 o'clock every evening during the
assembly , or nt least a sunicicnt number of
evenings to permit thorn attending a portion
of the entertainments. The emplovcis will
doubtless not hcsltuto to acquiesce in this
movement. The benefits would bo mutual ,
and such 1111 early closing would bo desirable
In many respects.
The Chuutauqun assembly will formally
open to-morrow afternoon. The first meet
ing will bo in the tabernacle , and at 3 p. in.
the dedication of the tabernacle will occur.
The National assembly band , the assembly
chorus and the Eutcrpo ladies' quartette will
furnish the music. The dedicatory address
will DO delivered by Dr. Joseph T. Dur.yea ,
In the evening will occui the first annual
assembly opening , with musical selections
and congratulatory addresses by Hov. W. J.
Harslm , Dr. J. C. W. Coxe , Kev. J. T. Stock
ing , Dean Alought , Dr. Duryea , Hov. A. W.
Lninar , Dean Gardner , Uov. Stephen Phclus
Money loaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
God's Gift ? .
The First Presbyterian church was filled ,
yesterday morning , with , perhaps , a larger
audience than usual to hear the Rov. Mr.
Grocnleo , of Anthony , Kan. , who has cor.io
to attend the Chnutauqua assembly. The
speaker took the 13th verso of Psalm
CXVIforhls theme : "What shall I render
unto the Lord for all his benefits toward
mol" and the query of the Psalmist was
made the basis of a vnry eloquent discourse
upon practical Christianity , It is the most
important question , ho said , that was ever
put to the human mind , and the answer : "I
will take the cup of salvation , " was the key
to Christian happiness. The chief end of
man is to glorify God. The scriptures teach
It from beginning to end. The best way wo
can accomplish this is to ask God for the
means. Throughout the scriptures wo nre
constantly urged to ask God for tlio things
wo need for our happiness. The Chris
tian's happiness is n part of the glory of God ,
and , like the well of pure water , the moro
that it gives up the moro and tlio better is
that which remains. Whatever tbo cicaturo
renders to God ho must first have received
from tlio Creator. Everything is given by
God. All that wo have and enjoy is a gift.
All the receiving nnd gathering powers of
moitnl beings nro the gift of God , so that wo
can glvo nothing but what we have lirst
asked for and received.
To every atom of matter God has given its
functions , and the chief function is to go out
and gather the gifts of God , and as they
gather the gifts , they nro developed and
beautified. Wo might represent the atoms as
asking the question of tbo text. To-day mat
ter is a clod which wo tread upon , but that
matter can take tbo cifts of God and be-
coma the diamond gem , "I will simply
take the gifts of God , " says the
plant , "and by developing thorn I
will plorlfv God , " nnd the purest Illy
or the loveliest rose Is the gift it renders
unto God. Animal life is the highest clement
into which matter Is formed , and it gathers
the gifts in obedience to instinct , but in the
human llfo there Is a mental and spiritual
existence , governed by the sjmo law , with a
bond of union bctwcoh the spiritual nnd mor
tal , and it is this Intelligence that asks for
guidance in what It shall render to its cre
ator. Wo are not bo'd ' enough in what wo
ask. Wo coma to God asking his gifts as if
vto feared wo would rob him.
The Children of tlio Bible.
Yesterday was "children's day" in the
First Baptist church of this city. The usual
annual services wcro not hold in this church
on the Sabbath previous , for the reason that
the arrangements contemplated could not bo
completed In tlmo , and It was thought best
to postpone It until yesterday. The church
wus handsomely decorated. The altar was
almost hidden In n profusion ot flowers and
flowering plants , while boqucts of half
opened buds , typical of the human buds that
filled the room , occupied prominent places.
Fragrant masses of catalpa blossoms mingled
their creamy whiteness with the richer and
darker lined flowers , and formed a very
The llttlo people were not deterred from
coming by the threatening weather , nnd the
church was well filled with their bright and
fresh faces. The pastor , the Rov. Dr.Coolo.v ,
devoted the morning hour to on extempore
history of the bible , drawing lessons for bis
young hcarors from the piety of the scriptu
ral children. The story of Joseph was told
In child language. Ills conscientiousness
was strongly pictured and the children pres
ent wcro given a beautiful lesson from the
noble character of the child. What u good
thing a conscience is was shown by the rn-
cltul of the many dangers and temptations It
saved Joseph from. It is a good thing to
have a conscience. No noble character can
over bo formed without It. Joseuh's consci-
oitlousress ) was based upon the over-present
consciousness of God.
The story of the child Samuel was graphically -
ically told , the basis of tlio lesson bumg
placed upon tbo verse , "And Samuel told
him every whit nnd hid nothing from him. "
The truthfulness of the child was shown to
bo the foundation upon whlcn ho built all
Ills subsequent greatness , and was a part of
his constant service of Goa.
Daniel's childhood and his temperance
formed the next lesson , and the speaker
brought the lesson down to u practical appli
cation to the great questions thci youth of to
day must consider temperance mid sobriety
In all things. A pretty little side lesson was
given showing that Intemperance did not
mean the use of Intoxicating drinks tflono ,
but included the eating of rarumols , the
drinking of tea ana coffee , the use of tobacco
and reading tlima novels. Daniel's self-
restraint was the foundation of his great
The beautiful and over thrilling story of
the childhood of Cbrifct wiw theu told to the
children. The two points mailo chiefly nrom-
Incnt was the desire of tbo Christ-child to
know the scriptures end his obedience U > his
The address , when finished , taught the
simplest child these lessons : The conscien
tiousness of Joseph , the truthfulness of
Samuel , the temperance nnd self-denial of
Danlol and the obedlcnco of Christ.
nnd Itolibcd ,
Charles Smith and Fred Kissell were nr-
rcstcd Saturday night for assault nnd bat
tery nnd highway robbery. Both are tough
characters nnd cx-hacic drivers of this city.
They started out Saturday evening to paint
the town , and succeeded admirably , although
most of the coloring was distributed ever the
person of a young Dnno from Omaha , named
Jcnson. During the carlv part of the even
ing , Smith nnd his companion slugged n man
named Brooks , as the flnalo of n quarrel on
"Rotten Row. " Brooks appealed to the uo-
llco for assistance , nnd his assailants fled.
About 11 o'clock the sluggers did nnothor
similar job In the same locality. A party of
four Danes were Just emerging from the
street to return to their homos in Omaha ,
when the two sluggers stepped up nnd wanted
to fight. After a short parley , Smith stepped
up to ono of the party , named Nelson , nnd
seized his watch-chain , pulling the watch
fiom his pocket. Nelson caught the watch
and began to shout "Police. " The chain was
broken , and ns Nelson continued to shout ,
Smith said to his partner , "Kill the
with a rock. " The latter thrown
brick nt Nelson , but It missed him nnd struck
another of the party , named Jensen , in the
back of the head , knocking him to the
The thugs then skipped out , but Smith
soon run into the arms of Oftlcer Doyle , who
was answering the call for assistance. Kis-
soil was not captured until several hours
later. Jensen was taken with the prisoner
to police headquarters , whcru ho told his
story. His head was tori ibly cut and bruised ,
the blood from the ugly scalp wound com
pletely saturating his upper garments. The
party wcro all released to appear this morn
ing to prosecute the case. The police nro of
the opinion that it was a genuine case of
highway robbery , mid that the prisoners
wcro of the belief that thn deed would bo
charged to the crooks who ciuno In to attend
Jensen was relieved of nearly ? 45 in inonoy ,
and Nelson lost his watch chain. Both the
prisoners are well Known to the police , nnd
have figured several tunes In disreputable
occurrences that have been ventilated In po-
llco court. Smith bears an unusually hard
name , and the cnsongainst him will bo pushed
for all there is in it.
Bcchtolo hold , central location , ( Irstclus
The I'ytlilnn Tribute.
Yesterday was Pythian decoration dav ,
nnd as such was appropriately observed by
the 1C. of P. lodges of this city. Exercises
were held at 1C. of P. hall , at 1 o'clock , after
which the knights marched toFairviow cem
etery nnd decorated tao graves of ilecensed
brethren. In the evening Rov. J. J. II. Reedy
addressed the order nt All Saints' chapel.
A largo number of persons not connected
with the order attended all of the exercises.
The Uniform Rank presented a very fine appearance -
poaranco and attracted a great deal of atten
tion as they marched to the cemetery.
Bed ino roofinc will last lonccr and give
hotter satisfaction than any roofing made ;
will not crack , curl or split , nnd makes a
perfectly solid Joint on the cntiio roof.
Blrkmbmo Engineering and Supply company ,
115 Pcail sti cut , Council BlufTs , lu.
Still Shavian ° " S
The barbei s > were all at work over their
chuiis as usual yesterday morning , and
lathered and scraped and clipped from break
fast time.until noon , na on ull previous Sun
days , but they say that thpro will bo no moro
of it. At the meeting of the city council this
evening a committee of barbers will bo
present to personally nsK for the passage of
a Sunday closing ordinance. It is htmllv ex
pected that it will go through , as three of the
principal shous in the city are opposed , to it.
Should the council neglect to comply v.'kh
the icqucst , the result will bo the same as if
Kruiited. A meeting will bo held to-morrow
evening to take the necessary stops to close
the shops according to the Sunday closing
statutes of tlio state of Iowa. The proprietor
of every shop will bo notified that ho must
not run Sundays hereafter , and if any of
them are found open next Sunday morning ,
n committee will wait upon them and request -
quest them to close forthwith. If tnoy com
ply , ull well and good , but if they refuse ,
warrants will ho sworn out on the following
morning , and the offenders will bo brought
Into court. County Attorney Organ will
prosecute the cases after the informations
are filed. Every barber "working in n shop
on Sunday will bo arrested , as well as the
proprietor. The shaving uopulutlon of
Council Bluffs will do well to remember this
and act accordingly next Saturday evening ,
or there will bo a disgruntled lot ot hair
growers on Sunday morning , whoso frame of
mind will bo lar Irom ecstatic as they wage
nn unequal war against a stiff hirsute stub-
bio with an ancient razor that has been used
for a number of years for the solo purpose of
keeping tlio family corns in check.
Have your old furniture upholstered'
good as > new. R. Morgan , 702 Broadway.
O'llnyln and the Hoys.
Michael O'Boylc , the well known politician
of the west end , is again In trouble , and has
sought the Intervention of the court. O'Boylo '
has always had moro or loss trouble ( gener
ally moro ) with the boys in that vicinity. Ho
is the possessor of a temper that is a perfect
match for his hair and chinchillas , both being
of that uncertain hue that lumps up to 10U in
the shade on the very slightest provocation.
When let nlono ho is one of the quietest nnd
most pcuceablo residents of the city , hut un
fortunately the growing scions on the bottoms
toms nro not disposed to pass him idly by.
This is what causes the trouble , for the
young imps generally manage it BO that
O'Boylo knows ho is on earth for fully
twenty-four hours every day of the week.
They pound on Ills doers and windows ut tno
most unseemly hours of the night , tear
pickets oft ilia fcnc.e , deposit rubbish and car
rion of all kinds in his yard , and tlo ropes to
trip him up and roll him in the mud when he
rushes out at midnight to wreak summary
vengeance on the lawless disturbers of his
dreams. Affairs have gene on in this manner
for years , nnd as intent naturally bo sup
posed , O'Boylo ' cherishes little love for any
thing suggestive of Young America.
Every few months a case comes up In
court as the outgrouth of the dllliculty. On
this occasion , O'Boylo charges three of the
youngsters with assault and disturbing the
peace. They nllcgo that they wcro passing
along the street Filday evening drawing a
small wagon , when O'Boylo ' appeared and
kicked it off the sidewalk. Ono of the boys
resented the insult and knocked him down.
The defendants have given bonds for their
appearance this morning. Thcro will bo
8omo tall swearing in court , and plenty of
fun for the spectators.
Olmutniuiua Train Time Table.
The following are the oftlclul Chautauqua
train arrangements , commencing the morn
ing of Juno 18 , 1SS9 :
Leave Omaha 8:15 : a. m. , 0:15 : a.m. , 1:15 :
p. in. , 3:15 : p. in. and 7:15 p. m.
Leave Transfer 8:45 : a. m. , 9:45 : a. in. , 1:40 :
p. m. , 3:49 : p. in nnd 7:40 : p. m.
Leave Council Bluffs , Main street depot
8BOa. : m. , 0:55 : a. m. , 1:50 : p. in , , 3:50 : p. m.
and 7:80 : D. m.
Arrive at Chautauqua 0:15 : a. m. , 10:20 : a.
m. , 2:15 : p. in. , 4:15 : p , in. and 6:15 : p. m.
Lcavo Chautauqua 0:20 : a. m. , 12:15 : p. in. ,
2SO ; p. m. , 0:15 : n. m , and 10:15 : p. in.
Leave Council Bluffs 9:4 : J a. in , , 13:40 : p.
in. . 2:40 : p. m. , 0:40 : p. m. and 10:40 : p. m ,
Arrive at Transfer 9 : tO a. m. , 12:50 : p. in , ,
. ' : . ' )0 p. m. , 0:50 : p. in. and 10:50 : p. m.
Thcso trains , returning , will connect with
the Union Puciflo dummy trains , leaving the
transfer at tU im. . , 13:53 : p , in. , 2:5) : ) p. m. ,
0:25 : p. m. and 10:53 : p. m.
There will bo no transfer of passengers
hesucon Omahu and Chautuuqua.
J , E. HAIIKNUBS , Manager.
A I'aylni ; Motor.
It Is stated that the receipts of the Elcctrlo
Motor company averaged a llttlo over 11,000
a day for the lust three days of the tourna
ment. The heaviest business was done on
Wednesday and Thursday , the last day , Fri
day , beini ; about the same us an average
Sunday. It Is Impos o o tell how tnnny
of the passengers were five pr ten cent fares ,
but a close cstlmnto pldcefi the number of
passengers carried nt ffolfl li,000 ? to 15,000 a
.day. As the average numbur carried in n
month is about 70,000.ftho , increase durlne the
tournament may bo r'ciulily estimated. It
amounts to ever two weeks' work in three
days. The mnnaccmoui niny well congratu
late Itself on the result , as not n single per
son was Injured or the slightest break or
accident reported , notaVUlisinndlng the im
mense crowds carried. Ills safe to say that
the record has novcr boon equalled , nnd
probably never will bd.twhoro trains are run
us rapidly ns on this lino. .Moro pcoplo could
have boon carried for nno Jay , but the over
taxed machinery would have required sev
eral days of rest to follow in order to make
: iin CP miicTTcows.1irinopiiy
X1 in grading or filling. Apply to Leonard
WANThiU Mlddlo-agcd woman ns house
keeper In small family. Glvu references.
Address J. A. Roberts , Woodbine , la.
T OST Near IJaylls park , a itolil breast pint
J-JH 1th topaz set. rmrler will lie rewarded by
addressing 11. . Qwcna. SlUerClty. la.
I710H KUNT-Un the 1st of July next the room
-L1 on Tcarl St. , 20.vo ; , now occupied by the pub
lic library , lloraco Uverctt.
/1UW8 for sale Will take pay In jjr.idlng anil
\J lllllng nt $1 par day tor man and team , or
will take pay In painting , lloraco Krerott.
WANTED 500 pieces OR socond-hanil carpet ,
also nil good Horond-Imnd furniture. A.
J , iMdiulcl. Nog. xa and : ci > Broadway.
FOll KXCHANan Several good farms to ox
chan o for Council Itluirs lots. Johnston
& Van ration , Kverett block.
TITIOII SAU2-No. MH Graham nVcnuo. Lot
JP Mxl.U Nowhotiss. Will take toim or
cattle In part parmsnt ; balnnco on ten years'
time , annual payments , 8 per cent imyatilo
annually. Apply to Horace l.vorett.
T"WO-Stury business house lor rent , No. aw
Itrnnilway , opposite Ogilcu house. Unqulro
at ZM Trunk st. A. Wood.
AKAlii : clmnco for a splendid Investment ,
requiring ouercv rather than larso cipltal.
A fortune for the rluht man. Half Interest In
the finest pra-tlcnl patent ever Issued. Ad-
ilrem swan & Walker , 4 Pearl street , Council
T p I tANSlhlU JjlNlI Oiilck delivery between
-L omina and Council illutrs. Household goods
and ttelRht moved safelv and promptly. I.eavo
oidcrs ut Omaha olllre , M'I So. Utli St. : Council
lllnlla T NMain. . H. lleocioft.
( ) HOI \5plondld mounted specimens rare Birds
jV/Ulfnndnnlmala from every cllmc. Mut
ho soul at onco. SliiKlo or In cases , r. .1. llriizoe.
llratclasj taxidermist. Council Ululla.
RKAlTKSTA'Pr. Untight nnd sold and ex-
chanjred. Sporlal attention Rivun to exam-
Inatlon of titles. W. C. James , J\o. 10 1'carl St. .
FOR SAL13 7 room cottage , corner Tiilrd
avenuu nnd Uth st. Kasy terms.V. . C.
James , llI'carst. )
TT10H HKNT Uisy terms two new five-room
JP houses. Kith avo. between Illgn and Third
Bts. Sell cheap If taken this week. Inquire
owner. J. Ulckey. 740 U. Wuy.
TTK3U SAU : Old established general mor-
Jt ; cbmidlso business. stocK , natures , wagons ,
etc. Good room and low rimt , Address , J.
Dickey. 711) ) H. Way
FOK HUNT riirnlan r unfurnished largo
ten-room house , bath roam , jtas. furnace ,
etc. . at OK. Willow avp. Knqulre at prcmlsos.or
G. II. Stlllman. Hrown hlock.
| 71ItnSII milk cows for silo or trade for f.it
J- ' cows b an'8 block Jyards , Upper llroad-
way. 1'rr.nk Swan.
FUK HUNT Largo double'ollice over I'r.ink
Levin's cigar store , UJ Uro adnay. ImniUcp
ot 1'runk LoMn.
FUH HUNT 'lvo uuv. ' 7-room hou oi on
Thlid avenue , between Ninth nnd Tenth
streets. Inquire at JO" corner Third avcimonnd
Centrally located livery and lio.irdliiR stable
Host aci nminodntlons In the tlty. Special at
tention to tinnslcut custom.
AYA. - . HAXS , Prop.
Telephone Stnbli77. . lion. H2O.
It consists of Miovf white Hakes. A produc
tion from Coal Tur. pnitrCCLTA' IlAH.1t-
LKSS. 1'reo fiom oil. acid or liny snlntaueo
that would harm the most delicate fabric or
feather. It ovapoiates without leavlnft any
residue. It kills moths while camphor merely
drives them uway.
F. 5. BICAKE9 : ,
_ Sole Agent , Council Hluiry.
J. 1) . EUMIIMDSOM. B. L. Slum \ur ,
Pies. vice Pros.
CIIAS. It. HAMNON. Cashier. i _ ,
CITIZEN'S STATS BANK
Of COUNClt. IIMM'FS.
Paid Up Capital . S nO.nOD.OO.
burplus . tti.wwoo.
Liabilities to Depositors . rs iu a.m.
DiliKCTims 1. A. Miller. K. O. ( Jleason , R. L.
ShiiKart , II. II. Hart , J. D. r.dmundson , Clias. It.
Hannon Tiansact ecner.il banking business.
LnrKOttt capital and mrplus ot any bunk in
Eoutliw-estem Iowa. Interest on tlmo deposits.
DiiMcDANELQ & C3
, , , ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts , Wool Furs ,
Highest in arkct prices. Prompt returns. Nos
i Main at. , Council ulullR. loua
BcloTT wo give nniucs ( if n fcjrof tbo ninny
Patrons ot tlio"
In Council IllnlTs and vicinity. The character
ot tlio patrons named , nnd the amount entrusted -
trusted uy oncli to the protection of the com
pany , Indicates the contldcnco enjoyed hy It nt
homo \vhoro Its manner ot doing business Is
C. 1) . Dlllln , t 41,000
I.unoy IJros , .tCo. . , . . , , . , , 37,000
Clmrles UruiRlm MXOOO
II. I'.Morrow ioaw
John llonnctt. I'.TW
William O'llnltornn Mtt )
Charles Shields T.700
N. W. Nnsii 7'lV )
I. A , Miller ( , .000
HcorgoA. Kry n.nuo
Henry Klicman.vuo ( . .to )
HluigartVnlt & Wles s.coo
15. Ii. Simian , i , 4MXM
Itomim Catholic Church in.OiJ
Homnn Catholic Church. Westphalia. . . . 40.0X1
Carroll County Couit HOUHO El(00
Abbott * Cooper SI.COO
St. I'miids Academy suofl
Crixver , tfteolo , v Austin SO.ax )
T. M. 0. I.ogixn il.iioo
llcoro. Wolls.tCo ItiaiO
( Icorso M. Williams p.UH
H. I ) . Kohles urn )
O. It. Carpenter 11,700
Masonic Tcmplo ( MM
Motcftlf llros G.XIO (
C. A. ItonbotV Co n.POO
S.H. Keller 3.500
NOTICI : When our policy exceeds 125,00000
on property subject to destruction by a fclnglo
lire , the excess la ro-lnsured In other companies.
'T ' WANT THE EARTH
OH , NOI
But wo do want the people of Western
Iowa to know that the
GREAT'BARGAIN SHOE STORE
NO. JOO MAIN HT. ,
Cor. First Avcnuo , carry the lurpost
stock of BOOTS mul SHOES in this
city. That wo always load in popular
prices. That persons wanting : I'olinblo
poods can save money by traclin ! ; with
us. S. A. PIERCE.
STOP ! READ THIS !
A new ClothlnK Store his boon opened In
Council mulls. No old stock ur old
styles. llverythiug stilctly lint
class. Coino and bo convinced ,
Positively ono price and c. h.
CHICAGO CLOTHING HOUSE ,
7.K ) WHST IlltUAIMVAY.
Tnos. UFPICGR. W. II. M. I'usit
OFFICER & mil ,
Corner Main nnd Ilroadway ,
COUNCILi BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign r.nd domestic exchange.
Collections made nnd Interest paid on tlmo do-
& CIIKH ANJ
Are thoioughly prepared to take care of horses
and carilHyes of all visitors to the Kike. Plenty
of sheds mid stalls , nnd aulmtls and cnnlacos
w llllio safely cared for. Charges icasonablo.
Accommodating hostlers on Imml nlcht nnd
day. When you drho to the Lake , don't forgot
THE QOAKEil JEWELBt STORE ,
A. A. SA5tT , Prop.
Honest Wat"hes , Clocks , .Tewalry and Silver
w.ue. All cle.inliifr aild lopiirlug under pa r
= on.il supervision of the proprietor. Statlonyr y
Toilet articles and Perfumery , l Ino Watcho s
llino Locks nn 1 Chronometers a spechiHy.
JIU1MAINbT. . Council Illuirs.
Insure in the U. S. Masonic Bcnotolrnt
Association of Council lilulfr , In. , tlio
jdiinu'est , largest , cheapest and best plan
of Masonic Insurance in the norltl. that
I'diifliips ILs mcinhciMiip to Itfraternity. .
GilRAL LIVERY STABLE.
W. L , . PATi'OJV , Prop.
Elegant lligs at Rcasonablo Rates.
Nos. 19 and 21 , North Main Street.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
No. 27 Main Street ,
Over Jucqiicmiii'ii .PcwclryStoro
The Most Modern Novolltls In
. SCAM'LAW ' ,
You Are Invited and Welcome
While in the city do not fall to
call on the
store and see the finest and best
Music Hall on the Mo. slope.
Came and take a look at our
large stock of Pianos uncl Organs
and all kinds of musical instru
ments up stairs and down stairs
103 Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
Special Sale of Embroideries :
Special Sale of Eiubroi clerecl Plounciugs.
The finest line of Flounclngs In the city. The prices gunrantccd
the lowest. Examine bargains marked OOc , ODc. 80c , $1.OO , $1.20
Special Sale of WMte Goods.
Exnmino bargains marked Be , 6 l 4c , 8c , lOc , 12 l-2c , IDc , 18o
Special Sale of Bucliings.
Examine bargains marked Be , lOc , 12 l-2c , 2Oc and 2Bc n y ard.
Also bargains In Tourist Ruching , 12 l-2c , IBc and 2Oc a box.
Special Sale of Children's Lace Caps.
Examine lots marked 12 I-2c , 2Bc , 88c , 37 l-2c , BOo and 7Bc.
Special Sale of Ladies' Collars.
Examine lots marked Be. lOc or 3 for 2Bc.
Another case of the Celebrated Fast Buck Hose , IQO a pair ; ever >
pair warranted or money refunded.
One ease of the finest White Bed Spreads this city ever saw fop
the money. Full siv.o and extra weight. " The price is onlylOO ;
Strive to come early and receive a portion of the bargains.
I WHITELAW . & GO ,
Lenders and Promoters or LOW PRICES.
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N. B. Mall orders promptly atttended to.
_ - > _ u Hospital/or / Lame SfcK
ANIMALS. , .
Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates
H . Speculations. Supervision of Public Work. Brown , . .
Building , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N QP H I I R7 Justice ot the Poaco. Olllco ever American Express , No. 41
Urondwny , Council BlufTs , Iowa.
0 OI [ W1Q Attornoys-at-Law. Practice in the State and Fod-
( x. O1IV1O oral Courts. Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
" I""n ' " ' " - * " *
BURKE & TINLEY SiiSgBiSr"
HQTII I MA M Attornoy-nt-Law. Room 4 , Second Floor , Brown
, O ! ILLIVIAlN Block , 115 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , la. Will
practice in State ami Fa do nil Courts. i
DBS , BELLINGER &BELLIN6ER--Si2ft ! ! S on >
HERSMAN & STEVENS ,
( Successors to Morgan , Kollur At Co , )
) \VK OAltliy A Vinli IINHO1' (
WOOD : CLOTH : AND : METALIC : CASES.
JOl'BN AT ALL UOUIIH OK DAY AND NIUHT.C i
13 au . an imoAOWAY , ootiNoiij niiWFs. l\ \
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for catalogue. No. / > 10 1'onrl Street , Council BlnlTs.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 260 , ,
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