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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; ffKIPAY , JULY 26 , 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 I CARIj STltUUT.
rellmed by carrier In Any T'art of he City n
7vi rnty Cents i'ercek. . . . _ . , .
H. W. T1MON . . . . .MANAGER.
IJCMMM Orricr No. .
Nionr EoiTon , No.23.
N. V. P. Co.
C. B. Music Co. , 633 B'way.
Ilcltcr , tailor , 810 Brondway.
Evans' laundry , 721 Broadway.
V.V. . Otis , city nnd fnrm loans.
Additional Council Bluffs on IIfill pnge.
A mnrriiiL'o license was Issued yesterday to
John Slavicic nnd Fnnnlo Sopop , both of
A peed plrl for general house work Is
wanted nt MM. II. W. Tllton's , No. 527
The examination of keepers was com
menced nt the Institute yesterday nnd will
bo concluded to-dav. ,
The ladles of St. Paul's church will servo
refreshments nt the promenade concert nnd
opening of the Mcrrlnin block , July 'M.
The funernl of the Into Thomas W. Mc-
Adnms took place yesterday morning from
St. 1' rancis Xavior's churcli , nnd was largely
There will bo nn adjourned moetlmr of the
Veteran Firemen's association nt the city
linll Friday evening , July 20. All members
nro requested to bo present.
'iho coming event of the season will bo
the concert by the Josph Heine Concert com
pany nt the Presbyterian church , Thursday
evening , August 1 , ISS'J.
The plnn of the elevation of the new flro
house , to be erected nn lower Brondway , is
on exhibition In the window of Foster's ' drug
store. It Is designed by Boll & Bcrllnghoff.
The mnn Loustrop , who wns nrroslod
"Wednesday evening for selling liquor nt the
beer garden , pleaded guilty yesterday mornIng -
Ing nnd was lined fCO uud costs by Squlro
A dfccd wns yesterday fllod for record nt
the county recorder's ofllco thnt wns given in
1874. It hnd been laid uwny , and never placed
on flic. It was mnde by J. M. Brown nnd
Wife to Benedict Hngg.
In the district court ycstcrdnv morning ,
Judge Carson heard nn application for un In
junction against u nmn named Gibson to re
strain him from selling liquor at Manhattan
bench. Court then adjourned until Monday.
The Legrnnd , ( Ore. ) Journal announces
the wedding of Charles Klnaoy and Miss
Annie Pike In that city on the 14th inst.
The bride was formerly n resident of this
city , nnd has a wide circle of acquaintances
The Dodge Llcht Guards will meet nt
their armory next Monday evening for their
regular weekly drill , nnd nil members ,
whether new recruits or not , nro requested
to bo present , ns arrangements have been
made for all to go to camp on the 12th of
Invltntlons'nro out for a grand opening to
bo given this evening In the now Mcrrlnin
block. The rooms In the building will bo 11-
lumlnnted nnd thrown open to tne public. A
line programme of music will bo rendered by
Dalbcy's orchestra , and the Indies of the
Episcopnl church will servo refreshments.
Miss S. D. Hohso , the talented -young ar
tist of this city , has disposed of her copy of
"The Coroan tSkyc , " the celebrated painting
In the tiininper gallery In Oinulm , to n Coun
cil-Bluffs lady for ! - } J. This Is the highest
pnco ever received by n locnl urtist , which
speaks well for Miss Rohso's ability. She
leaves to-morrow for Colorado on a sketch
The rate on the Mnnnwa motor line has
been reduced to 10 cents each way , lnb toad of
n qunrtcr for the round trip , iu > formerly. It
is expected that iho change will be the
menus of grcutly increasing the attendance
at the lake , ns the price is now the saino ns
the cost of a , trip to Omaha on the electric
motor , 'iho service on the Munawu is lirst-
cluss , trains leaving either end of the line
every half hour during the afternoon und
evening nnd hourly during the forenoon.
The police hauled in a fellow Inst evening
who gave his name as DoWitt. Ho is re
puted to bo nn nll-nround crook , and his ar
rest followed his attempt to induce a couple
of boys to commit a burglary. The two
youngsters nro the same ones who ran away
from tholr homo nt Stuart a few days ugo ,
nnd word wns sent to the police beta to ur-
rcst them if they showed up In this city. Do
Witt will be hold to answer to the serious
chunre against him , nnd the boys will bo re
turned to their parents atbtuart.
. . . Mr. Barton , keeper of a livery stable on
South Muin street , returned homo yesterday
from Missouri , where ho wont t ? look for a
team 'which wns stolen from him last week
by a stronger. The fellow hired the tcntn to
drive into the country to look nt some cat
tle , representing himself lo be a stock buyer.
Ho pnld for the team and departed , promis
ing to return that evening. Mr. Barton
tracked him ncrosa the Missouri line , bul
there lost nil trace. Ho will otter n reward
forjtho1roturnlof tlio team and information
that will lead to the conviction of the thief.
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' Dcxtpr , empjoymcnt.
r6eldonborg's r > o Figaro at the Fountain.
J. G. Tipton , rcul estoto , 527 B'dwny.
Money loaned tvt L. B. Crnft'a & Co.'a
loan olllcc on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of nil kinds ,
n'lulull other articles of vuluo , without
removal. All business strictly con 11-
Certain parties , without brains enough to
originate nn Idea and without energy enough
to work up a trade on tholr own brands , ure
advertising themselves as solo agents for the
celebrated Santo Rosa cigars , which wo In
troduccd ten years ago , ana which now en <
Joy the reputation of being the best nna mosi
\\idoly known of any 10 cent cigar sold li :
the cntiro west \Ve therefore ilcsiro to in <
f01 m the trade that we always have been
nnd are still solo owners nnd proprietors oI
this biund of cigars , and WIMU to caution the
trade that all brands of Santo Rosas noi
made In factory No. 121 , llrst dmtrict. Pa.
nro base Imitations of the well known SnnU
Rosa. See that the Inhcl ban printed thoi cor
the words P. & M's Santo Rosa Cubur
Mndo. All others nro Imitations and are o :
inferior quality. Pr.uraoi & MOOHK ,
July 0 , ISM ) , Council Bluff * , la.
Notice tlio beautiful finish given col
lars , cufls and shifts by Cascade Laun
J. II. Smith , drugs , medicines , paints , oils ,
glass. GOD Main , near John Morgon's.
S. B. Wadswortb & Co. loan money.
To Biickmakors : Wo would like to show
you u eholco brickyard site near Uroadwaj
in Council UlufTs , Price und terms reasona
ble. Swan & Walker , No. 4 Pearl St.
During the hot weather many housekeep
ers complain that "no one seems to care to
eat moat , notio of It tastes real good. " This
complaint Is not made by those who have
bought toothsome Juicy moats from "Oui
Market. " corner of Story and Main streets.
M , Wulkor knows how to select and dresi
uicnt. Cook corned beef is a specialty.
Desirable house for rent. A. A. Clark &
important to ladles nntl Gentlemen
I have established an extensive dyeing ant
cleaning works in this city aud desire to cal
attention of ladles and gentlemen of Oinaut
and Council Bluffs to the fact that I have
furnished my works with the latest Iniprovct
machinery known to the Undo , that I havi
bad over sixteen years' experience , ant
Ir that I use only the very best dyes aud client
Icals , I clean and dye everything but fu :
good * . 1 call special attention to my nov
cleaning process by which the garment i * no
ripped and which restores the original luutn
to the goods , Liidle * ' and gentlemen's sum
nier garments , auch as llannols or silk , mad
to look as good as new. Dresses , clothing
ellks , shawl * , laces and plumes dyed in su
perlor manner. Motor furo allowed on at
toods brought to work * , or wagon will col
ut residence. G , A. Schocdsack , Twin Cit ;
Dye Work * , Twenty-sixth and Broadway
Mala oOlcu 113 South Sixteenth , Oman * .
TSJSC - -
THE NEWS Of THE BLUFFS ,
Thoorloa As to Causes For the Burst
ing of Hoso.
THE LIGHT GUARDS' TROUBLE.
The Bout Crows nt Home Cruelty to
Horse Flesh A Now Cold
Wntor Society 1'cr-
Holes In Xliolr Ilosn.
"Tho flro department is breaking nlto-
gethor too many sections of hose , " said Al
derman Wntcrmnn , chairman of the lire
committee , yesterday afternoon. "Tho de
partment Is not to blame for it , and It would
lot happou if the hose houses wcro provided
with suitable racks for the wet hoso. The
way It Is now all the hoso. is dried In the
tioso tower nt No. U hose house , and that Is
no way to dry hose. It should bo laid on nn
.ncllnod . rack , built for the purpose. This
allows the water to drain without any strain
on the hose , while In the tower the hose Is
suspended from ono end , causing a terrible
" 1'ho hose Invarlaby burst near the coup
ling , the very spot where the rope Is tied
about It In the unvur. It Is so weakened by
the constant strain that it fails to stand the
; est when the pressure comes. Wo ought to
have a hose rack in every huso house und do
away with the hose tower. "
This subject has excited considerable com
ment of late. It is stated that eight sections
) f hose have burst in the past four months.
This is getting pretty costly. Each section
is lltty feet long , costing $1 u
toot , making the loss MOO In that
short time from thin source alone.
There Is a difference In opinion , however , rb-
yarding the cause of it. Some assert that it
is duo to the use of shut-off nozzles , and ad
vance u strong iirgutuent In support of Hint
theory. Their idea is that' the hose Is not
broken by the rush of the water through it ,
but when the nozzle is closed the extra strain
caused by the sudden shutting oft of the
water Is what causes the burst. As the
pressure furnished by the waterworks is
very heavy , this thcgry is very plausible ,
and there Is no doubt but that these two ex
planations fully account for the bursting of
so much hoso.
Another matter that is receiving the at
tention of the flro committee is that of pur
chasing a chemical engine. Tne HUE has
advocated the purchase of a chemical for
some time past , as it would undoubtedly
place the flro department in a condition to
do much better and more effective work.
Chief Walters and u number of the most
practical fire flghtcrs in the city are strongly
In favor of It. The recent nro at the resi
dence of J. J. Shea , csq. , was n strong argu
ment in support of the purchase of n chemi
cal engine , as it would easily have controlled
the flames , and the heavy damage caused by
the use of so much water would huvo been
avoided. There are hundrnds of residences
in the city where the same result would en
sue in cnso n flro should break out In them.
More especially is this true in the case of the
Inrtro dry goods stores where the flooding of
bho room with water would mean a loss of
thousands of dollars. With the chemical a
jtnnll stream in the direct region of the lire
,5 , nil thnt would bo necessary.
The action of the chemicals on the goods Is
not as damaging ns water , as it dries nna
leaves them comparatively uninjured. It is
stated that the lira committee will inquire
Into the question of purchasing u chomic.il
engine , when it next meets , nnd It is hoped
that the matter will bo fully investigated.
Wanted , lots near motor. A. A. Clark &
Hayo your old furniture upholstered , good
as now. R. Morgan , TJ2 Broadway ,
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothos. Cascade Laundry Co.
Fmo Jewelry , watches and dinmonds ;
cleaning and repairing at E. Buruorn.
Settling tlin Trouble in the Guards.
Capinln elect Foster , Sergeant McNeal
and Corporal Flnloy , of the Dodco Light
Gunrd , returned home yesterday noon from
Shcnandoah , where they went to confer
with Colonel Castle , relative to the troubles
existing in thnt organization. They state
that the trip resulted satisfactorily to them ,
and express the opinion that the colonel
will sustain their action. They still enter
tain a hope that Captain Mount , of Shennn-
doah , can bo induced to remove hero nnd
take co mm an J of Company A , having bad an
interview with thnt gentleman yesterday
morning. They will go to camp , ns pre
viously planned , Colonel Castle having ns-
surcd thum that thov could go under com.
iiiiuul of the llrst sergeant without fear of
being mustered out of service. The colonel
will bo hero in a day or two and make a
personal investigation of the situation and
the troubles lending to It , and will then
make some disposition of the case. It is now
the belief that the recent election will bo set
aside , and the vacancy left open until n suit
able man can bo agreed upon to 1111 the oftlce
A lot on Stutsman sticct for $200 , 40x100.
A. A. Clark & Co.
Kollcy & Younkorman sell groceries
Chase nnd Sanboro coffees a specialy.
When persons keep cool and use our
"Sun Dial" gas stoves. Four holes ,
roaster and balteoven. Costs 7 conta
per hour when running full blast. Now
Vorlt Plumbing Co.
City steam laundry , 34 Main , tol. 141.
See us for loans on city property. Money
on hand. A. A. Clark & Co.
The Boat Crows Homo Again.
Council Ulufl's wont to the state regatta
and fell Into the soup. She was not alone la
her Immersion , for Burlington was the only
city in the state that escaped a dip in the
pickle. The Bluffs wont up with two crews ,
and fondly Imagined that with this double
representation she could got a secure grip
on ono of the prizes. It was a vain hope ,
and the boys returned homo yesterday morn
ing to tell Juai how It happened. Each crow
was to carry a substitute , but Buckmau. ol
crow No. 1 , was unable to go , so his place
was tilled by Substitute Herman Buerdorf ,
On tno day of the race Buerdorf was sick ,
and as there was no ono to take Ills place the
crow did not start. The other crow was m
condition and wont in to got a place , but did
not IX > SHCSS the necessary speed. They rowed
well for the tlrst half mile , when they gel
out of their course. The men were not
properly balanced. Dodge and Bowman
overmatching Patterson and Shorraden ,
Those who witnessed the race nvor that this
made no difference ns to the result , as the
Bluffs boys were not in shape to win the
race. The other crow might possibly have
made a bettor showing , but neither could
Neither of the Council Bluffs crows were
in training over six weeks , while the major
ity of the other crows hod trained from twc
to four months. They are determined tc
make a better showing next year , and wll
not lese for want of training.
Thu location of next year's regatta la at
trading BOUIO attention. The matter wil !
not bo decided until next May , still it U
being agitated somewhat at present. A member
ber of one of the Council Bluffs crews , it
speaking of the matter yesterday , said ;
"I don't believe wo want it hero next year ,
Several places that have had It are not anx
ious to secure it again. The Burlington boyi
ay they wouldn't have It , and they nro noi
the only ones who feel that way. You see , il
takes about $1,000 to secure the regatta , and
our folks are not disposed to subscribe thai
amount. An near as wo could iind out , Spin' '
Lake is about the only placa that Is benellttec
by the regatta , and they want it again. Tin
probability is that they will got ft. It wouh
cost tin something extra to tlx up the lake
for u lot of work would have to bo don <
tbero In the way of cutting out wccai
und other similar work , In order u
give a clear and unobstructed course
It sounds all well enough to talk about hav
ing the itata regatta at Munawa , but half ol
these who talk that way haven't the slight
est iuua what is ncoenaury lu order to got it
It l Just nbout like the firemen's tourna
ment They \yoro qrnr.y to e < & it , Hcrou nnd
now they wouldn't tnko li ogam If H was of
fered thgin. There Isn't enough Interest
felt hero In boating to got up nny cnthusl-
nsm on , and It would bo slow work getting
subscriptions. Wo tried It last year when
, ho Salt Lake party wont through , and I
* now Just how It goes. If there should bo n
rovuislon of fooling , there Is ample time for
work in that direction before next May. "
Baths nt Mnnnwa Beach , near hotel. Pri
vate bathing rooms for ladles ana children.
Cold Wntcr Work.
Colonel Holt , the evangelist tcmpcrnnco
worker , organized a branch of the "Y" nt
the Presbyterian church yesterday nftor-
noon nt 3 o'clock. This is a young ladies'
jranch of the W. C. T. U. , nnd has branches
oil over the country. The attendance yes
terday wns small owing to the rain , and an
other meeting will bo hold Saturday nftor-
nocn at 3 o'clock , to complcto nn organiza
tion. The ofllcors elected yestcrdnv wore :
Miss Kflle Moore , president ; Miss Ida Hun-
: or , recording secretary ; Miss Ella Phelps ,
A Move In die Ulunt Direction.
Ed Snyder , n teamster m the employ of the
Cascade steam laundry , was arrested yes
terday afternoon'on n warrant sworn out by
31ty Solicitor Holmes , charged with cruelty
to nniuiuls. For months past , in fact over
since this laundry company first started In
Business In their present location , the most
nhuman cruelly has been perpetrated dally ,
in the alley In the rear of tholr establish
ment. All of the coal used by the company ,
ns well ns the bulk of the clothing , Is taken
n at the rear entrance , and the approach Is
on the uo grado. " Immense lands nro dally
jacked up there , and in doing it the horses
are subjected to severe beatings. Numerous
complaints have been made ana prosecution
.hroatonoil , but no arrests followed , and the
.cnmstors gradually lost all fear of ofllclal
ntorferencc. Just why this shocking bru
tality was allowed to go so long unpunished ,
ocated as it was but a few feet from Broad
way , in the very heart of the city , is not
vastly determined It is pleasing to know ,
however , that it will not bo tolerated hero-
Snyder gave bonds to appear this morning
for trial , and as soon as ho was released the
compuny .for which ho wns working dls-
clmrgod him. Mr. Holmes will prosecute the
case. Said ho yesterday afternoon : "This
ihlng has gone on long enough. The police
ind city marshal have walked back and
forth along there for fully a year , and have
done nothing to stop It. It has annoyed mo
prcntly whllb i.rSJt1 ( ? W"M ln tl10 8uP ° rlop
nnnrl in YiavA iTfati'i. "oundlnfthls horses with
ii < v i *
\ little * M ttin < * nli"f t rtrt rt
* "ton It.
windows , nnd Itrtaao up niy mlnu
H would cost btii'very ijttlo to chnngo vU9
grade there sdJIlHal loams c6U'iu uiieH UD
easily , nnd thoyftraat either do thnt or carry
in their coal nnd packages by hand. If thov
will ogrco thnt itslfnll not occur npnln I will
move to dismal this ciso , but It must bo
fully understood , thnt horses nro not to bo
battered and bruhod there In the futura as
they bnvo been In the past. "
I'orsounl ' .
Miss Eva Dow , o)1 ) Boone , Is visiting Mrs.
John Dnnforth. t , j
Mrs. Dr. Shilloyj of Salt Lake. Is a guest
of Mrs. J. M. Pntton.
Miss Ida Powell , of Glonwood , is visiting
the Misses Farnsworth.
Postmaster Keralngton , of Ncola , was In
the Blutfs yesterday.
Mrs. Addle Muurnth returned Wednesday
evening from West Union , In.
Miss Fannlo Pratt , of Omnhn , Is visiting
Mrs. Ralph Williams on Harmony street.
W. A. Mauror nnd wife returned ycstor-
dny morning from a two weeks' trip to Spirit
Mrs. W. D. Irvine nnd daughter , nnd Mhs
Susie Spnldlne , nil of Sioux City , are guests
of Mrs. J. N. Cassady.
Miss Zoo Vinoyiird , of Hustings , Ncbwho
has been visiting her aunt , Mrs. E. A. Dil
lon , of this city , leuve this morning for Vil-
llscn , la.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Stevens nnd daughters ,
Cnrrlo nnd Nenllv , accompanied by Dr.
Sarah Smith , left for Colorado yesterday
Captain W. A. Hay , the only member of
the Thirteenth Indiana cavnlry In this vicin
ity , will attend the reunion of that regiment
In Indianapolis September S-t nnd 33.
REAL ESTATE ,
Agent American Building nnd Loan Assocla-
on. No. 3D 1'carl St. , Ul'-bTAIKS.
OHH. . O.
GKEO. H. DEXTER ,
Situations obtained for men and women out
of employment. Competent nnd reliable help
guaiautecd for oeople desiring It.
( JUO. H. DHXTint. Manager.
Hoom 4 , US 1'earl St. ( Up Stairs ) .
While In the city do not fall to
call on the
store and see the finest and best
Music Hell on , the Mo. slope.
Come and , take a look at our
large stock. oP-Pianos and Organs
and all kinds'Jof musical instru
ments up stairs and down stairs
103 Main Street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS1 IOWA
COUNCIL BLUFFS HOMEOPATHS.
W. H. CHAMBERLAIN M and Throat Surgeon ,
. . , , accurately prescribed.
OIHco qornor Main St. , und
PI Surpreon amiJJomffi path. .Room U , Brown
i J. building , 115 Penrl St. Ollico hours , 9 to 12.
n. m. , U to C and 7 to 8 , p , m.
It is a BEAT-ALL , because it never breaks , splits , cracks or curls.
Because it is Indestructible in the weather , and will undergo no change in
in any climate.
Because it is more durable than nny other roof made , iron , tin , slate or wood.
Because it can bo quickly put on without skilled labor and is cheaper than
Because it has boon proven by the severest trials nnd has never failed.
For further information apply to
BIRKINBINE ENGINEERING AND SUPPLY CO. , ,
Room SOD First National Bank Building1 , Omaha.
Council Bluffs ofllco , 116 Pearl Street.
S. E. MAXON
OFF ICE-S4P , CO & 2il
MEHltlAM BLOCK ,
Council muffs , : : lown.
Correct estimates of cost
fuaianteed. fcpeclal attention
given to all clntsi'H of build-
IDCP , public and private.
lliiuc iihvuvs on hund , for
the c om cnlence of mv patrons
u largo number cf plane , such
11 a tclioola , Luslni-bh nud offlco
building ! ) . county court
lic.utfs. vnrolioiiteB , hotels
and prlrntu icBldencen ,
Oiucrs by mall promptly at
OVID * V N
MftNFY * * " * " * "
IVtVlMLT CtWttT HATC ON KtL >
SPECIAL NOTICES ,
TIIPIU5XCM ANnE7Spms vpj nblM r.rcpjrty.
. - in Council miiuaiiir a won uuiiioveu f'urfli
In eastern Nubraskn. farm must bo clonr , or
nearly so. Johnson & Vim 1'atten , Kvotctt
) ASruiAli : First-class upland imjtu rnRo
for ftliout 100 licail more of stock siin'S
nortu of cltjr , on llmo kiln road : nicnty pure
water , slmdo nng unit ; coed ninn In dim-go of
stock. U l' . Jmlnon , to ) SUth nvo. . Council
llluirn. tolcpliono lOOi or W.V. . McMalion , i\t
lNE family team for sale , or trade for
lot. Inquire a West Uroaduny.
RKAIj RSTATK-lloutrht and sold nnrt ex-
cliaURcd. Spoclal attention alvon to exam ,
million or titles. W. 0. Jninos. > , o. 10 t'earl St. .
WANTKD-llcllnble men to solicit slock In
. , . . .Iowa for tlio Northwestern Loan nna
Imlldlng association , llarlnu llroa. . Mcrriatu
block. Council lllulfs.
T .OSTCjietvrobitMnln nnd Pearl street * , on
* - * llroawny , > oatorday afternoon , n purse
con tain ! UR express iccnlpt and seine money.
JFlndor will please leave It at the Hoe olllcc.
NO. SB MAIN ST. . ' -
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
J. D. KDMU.NDSON. n. U Siuio wr.
Pres. Vice Pros.
CIIAS. II , HANNON , Cashier.
rTTlrip\Tr > | f > T 4 1M > 1TTf
CITIZENS SI Alii BANK ,
OF COUNCIL BLUFFS.
I'nld Up Capital J150.00.1.00. .
Surplus iiv UM.
Liability to Depositors. . . IKS.UXl.UO.
DniKUTOli" I. A. Miller , V. O. Gle.ison , E. tj.
Sliugart , i : . K. Hart , J. D. IMmnmlHon. chas. 1U
Hun i ion. Transact general banking business.
Largest capital aim surplus ot any b.mk In
southwestern Iowa. Intoicst on time deposits.
Tuos. OFFICEH. 17. II. M. Puscv
OFFICER & PUSEIT ,
Corner Main and Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign end domestic exch-intro
Collections mada anil Interest paid on tlina da-
KEEP COOL ! KEEP COOL !
Go to the Morrlnm bo"k. ! tixKo the elevator nnd stop at
room "in and consult
DR. W. A. S. MURPHY.
\Vhoinngtaihintennd u practical and scientific optician. Do not
wear glasses Improperly fitted. Do not nogli-ct your e ) cs when they
show imptomsot abnormal refraction , bo not buy glussvs from
poddli-rti. The finest ulasscs to bo found In the \\orld alunja In stock.
Glasses ground BO fit the cyb In all Us nifrnctho errors. Artificial
eyes supplied tuprlcostosult. Consultation free. Hours u tor. , 2 to 6 , /OQ
FINK TKU1TS I'KOM ALL UA11TS OP THE WOULD.
W. A. CIBBs , CIS Dronclwny.
For Fountain nislies of Ice CICRIU thnt nro 10 degrees below zero
An elegant parlor , where ecrthing U cool , cluan nnd nice. Mo.
S3 1'ciirl street.
Look nt the Immense stock of Summer and Fall goods kept by
JOHN PETER , Merchant Tailor
KS liond\\ay ) , Opcrn House lllock.
Hccollect that In hot weather peopln slioulil keep temperate.
Don't get cxcltid , although the aululfcliixlilni ; of prices in summer
footweiir nt tlio
BANKRUPT Boot and Shoe Store
25 Main Stient. Is enouiili to excite nny body.
U101IT IN TIIU MIllDtiU ot a red hot summer people should
buy their mcat-J of n Imtchur ho knows how ami has the menus o :
propelly keening them , 'iho finest market in vho 'west IB the IIQW
J. M. SCANLON , Upper Broadway.
If you want cool , clean , fresh trrooorlo ? , go to
F. A. TAYLOR , 10 Main St.
People never got hot when they buy of
F. W. SPETMAN & BRO. 30-
They guarantee fair dealing always. 60 and 511 Main fctrect.
Even though tlioonther Is hot
W. W. BILQBB
Has some red-hot bargains In lenlestntoand so\ornl peed houses to
rent , all lilted upUh modern Impiovcments. No. ! M Pearl St.
GOLF AX WAT3R BY BOTTLE OR CASE.
W. N. YOUNG , 414 Broadway. 10
ZERO PRICES !
For all kinds of groceries and provisions ,
STEINKOPF & SOOFIELD ,
Neumoyer Hotel ItuiUlIng , Uroadwny.
1O Degrees Below Zero , and the Water
J. C. BIXBY , Sanitary Plumbing. 10
For bargains. 200 Broadway , opposite Ogden House. High prices
Ilottom prices I GKO. H. MKSCIinNDOIir.ffiT IHondway. Look at
ttiesn prices : lllb st nK , ( ! c ; chuck steak , fie ; boll beef , 4c ; corn beef ,
4e ; chuck roust , re : shoulder roust , tc to Tc : prime rib stnmlnrd roast ,
Iflo : porlorlumso steak. Ulc ; vi'iilbtcak , 7c to Ue : mutton chops , re to
U'c ; pork chops Do ; salt port , be ; hums , lUe ; shouldcii , I'c ' ; bacon , We.
O * Q ii Q li Q lt Q ll Q
* -r 7J * I & - Ii L k ft - * i
g lrirtfr - & * * * x& *
TIME TABLE OF THE LAKE MANAWA RAILWAY ,
Connect with Electric Motor and Union Pacific Dummy Trains at Ninth and Broadway
Council Bluffs Iowa. C. F , REED , President.
Electric Trussas , Belts , Chest Pro
tectors , Etc ,
fj JUI > f )
J. M. PALMER
HAS THE CHOICEST LOT OF
SUBURBS & INTERIOR PROPERTY
In the city. Ollt edged opportunities to imiuo
dlate Investors aud UomesicKcri ,
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY.
OOR. 6TH AVB. AND 7TH ST.
Council Bluffs , la.
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity ,
An excellent educational Institution , fur-
nlsUed with nil modern Improvements for
boarding and day school. The aceJi'iulo yosr
consists of two oeutloim , beginning on the flrnt
Monday In Bvptomber uud 1'ubruary , ruupott-
TBIIJ1H Hoard and tuition , per session. 176.
1'or further jmrtlculura uiWrosu
Ulster Superior , tit , FranolH Academy ,
Council UlulVn , la.
BILLIARD HALL AND CIGAR STORE
MALONEY & O'BRIEN. '
No. 27 Main Street ,
Over .Incfiuoiulii'i JTcwvlryBtoro
MONEY TO LOAN
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
ulninondB , hornet ) , buggies or ntiythltjf
o ( vuluo tit low rutOB of Interest. No
liubllcltyulr : / und hoiiorablo doullnff ,
A. A. Clurlc & Co. , olllce cop. Broad WAV (
and Muiu , over Amorlcun oxprcua.
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