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6 THE OMASA DAILY BL ff MONDAY , AUGUST 12. 1889.
THE DAILY BEE ,
OFFICE. M ) IS XMJAUIi STUEKT.
Delivered by cnrrler in Any Tart of ho City n
* . . .
U. W. T1LTON. . . . MANAGKIU
flrt iitKFfl OrriCR No. 43.
MK > OH MENTION.
N. Y. I > . Co.
C. U. Muslo Co. , MS 13' ' way.
Evan * ' laundry , 724 BroadwAy.
D.V. . Oils , city and farm loans.
Boston atoro leading dry qooda house.
Additional liluff * news on eighth pngo.
frank Graves and J. W. Harris wore
towed in last evening for disturbing tt.o
Mcmrs. Cooper & McQco hnvo moved
into their new quarters In the Mcrrlam
At the bl-wcckly shcot of the Council
muffs rillo club , J. G. Tlpton apuln won the
bodge , scoring 78 out of a possible 100
The case of Tony Gcrapachcr end Mike
Klldarc , for keeping open saloon after 11
o'clock , will bo heard to-day by Squire Hen-
The real estate transfers of the past week
amounted to fM.7CO.U2 , ana the butidlni ; pur-
mlts footed U | > $ JHitr : . The latter U consid
erably heavier than for the week preceding ,
but the former shows it decided felling off.
Tlio fiincrnl of D. MuKlnnoy took place nt
2 o'clock yesterday nftornoon from the un
dertaking rooms of Field & Estop , under the
auspices of the Masonic fraternity. 'I he rc-
mnlns were Interred In Fnlmow cemetery.
St. Ivanhoo lodge , an Irish society con
nected with St. Francis Xavler's church ,
held n picnic yesterday nt Hay's ' landing. A
large number of the members and their
t rloadsvcro present , and the day passed
Constable Covalt raided Mrs. Calhoun's
place , corner of Broadway und Thirty-fourth
street , Saturday evening and captured two
Ucgs of beer and a couple of bottles of
whisky , that liud been laid in for the use of
Charles Curtis , colored , and Emma Wood
ward , will to , wcro arrested yesterday on u
combined charge of vagrancy nnd adultery.
A few dojs n o Curtis' wlfo nnd the Wood
ward woman engaged In n lively jnmboreo
on account of Charley's undue Intimacy with
the whlto woman. The cnso will coino up
' 1 hero was a largo number In attendance
last evening at the dance at tlio now park of
the Schuctzcn Vnrcln at Luke Mannwa , and
nil during the day the purk was well llllod.
Yesterday was the first day on which the
new rifles of the club wore used , and some
great scores were made. It was quite a day
for the members of ; ho club , and during tlio
evening a largo number of outsiders joined
with them In tlio festivities.
Miss ElletfLldoll , wife of Thomas Lidcll ,
died yesterday morning at 4 o'clock at her
homo in Washington township , of puerperal
lever , aged forty-four years. Owing to the
condition of the remains it was impossible to
keep them , ana the funeral was held nt four
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The deceased
was born In Hutiand , Scotland , and leaves
a husband and eiglit children. She was well
known in this city und bad a number of rel
atives in Omaha. The remains were in
terred in the cemetery In Washington town
The Sunday school of Trinity M. E. church
gave u concert last evening in Tracy's hall
on South Main street , which was largely at
tended. The children's mite boxes were
opened nnd found to contain , in all , $15.03 , ns
the result of a week's work on .the part
of ton children. The sums ranged from 20
cents to $5 ! iS. Hereafter the boxes will be
opened at the end of the month , when a con
cert will bo given. The children should meet
with a liberal reception on every side.
The colored quarter on Lower Broadway
furnished its quota of excitement about 8
o'clock last evening , when n free-for-all
roujh-und-tumblo light engaged the atten
tion of ovcrrone in that locality. All of the
well known characteristics of darkey warfare -
faro were manifest , and the atmosphere wns
anything but calm uud placid for u while.
However , It was all over when the police
arrived , and the disturbing element had
boarded a convenient motor car and skipped
Motorman Carter , of the electric motor
line , had u check badly chewed last evening
by a belligerent darkey , who wanted to run
bis train. He insisted on standing on the
front platform , and when put off the car ,
pulled the motorman after him , the latter
falling on the rail and severely Injuring bis
arm. Ho tackled Carter in Omaha on his
next run , having waited to attack him , and
was only prevented from seriously Injuring
him by the interference of passengers. ' 1 ho
assailant then ( led , but was arrested later by
On Sunday evening next , August 18 , the
Knights of Pythias of this city will attend
service at St , Paul's Episcopal church. This
is an occasion which occurs frequently , not
oftener than once ouch year , and will bo of
unusual interest. The service will bo con
ducted by Urigadicr Chaplain Major , the
Kov. Sir William T. Whitraarsh , dean of
North Platte and rector of Trinity church ,
Norfolk , Neb. The Council Bluffs lodtro has
Invited the Omaha lodges nnd uniform ranks
to attenil with them. At the services
printed pamphlets containing thoservlce will
bo distributed to all who attend.
Dexter , .employment.
No Explosions ,
"When persons keep cool nnd. use our
It * "Sun Dial" gtia stoves. Four holes ,
ronstor and bnkeovon. Costs 7 cents
per hour when running full blast. Now
York Plumbing Co.
For sale , new seven-room house , on two
lots , located on Fifth avenue ; $2.m : A. A.
Clark & Co. , J
Money loaned nt L. B. Craft's < fc Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , piunns , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
ana all other artieloa of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
Scldenborg'H ' Co Figaro at the Fountain.
E. II. Shcafo & Co. give special attention
to the collection of rents and care of prop
erty In the city und vicinity. Charges mod
erate. Ofllce Broadway and Main streets ,
PcrNnnnl l'iiraitrnr li < .
C. II. Dalton bos returned from his east
Mayor Rohrcr loft yesterday morning for
S his farm near Avulon , M6.
* ' Mrs. Thomas Cavin has gone to visit re
latives at Grand Island , Neb.
W. E. Tuck has returned from Hnrlan ,
where be has been on a visit to bis parents.
Mr. Lay , of the llrm of Stabo , Lay & Co. ,
Columbus , O. , Is In the city , u guest of S. S.
Miss Eaton , of Boone , nnd Miss Duane , of
Dubuquc , are visiting friends at St. Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison , of Hod Oak , are
visiting their daughter , Mrs , Porter , In
Mrs. W. H. Treynor returned last evening
from a seven week's visit with her sister , ai
Falls City. Nob.
IJov. T. J. Mackoy , of St. Paul's church ,
will return from his vacation visit about tlio
1st of September.
Prof. MoNaughton is homo from Avooa.
where ho has been taking part in the normal
institute during the past week.
Dr. Sarah Smith has returned from Col
orado , where she has been Indulging in u
well earned season of rest and recreation.
Captain George J. Crauo is homo from a
business trip to Wisconsin In tlio interests
of the 17 , S. Musotilo Benevolent association ,
Robert McICco , of Contorvillo , la. , arrived
in the city yesterday morning on a visit to
his Uler , Mrs. M. M. Marshall , No. 719
, Mrs. Phil Aarons and the llttlo ones departed -
parted last Friday for n four weeks' yi lt
with her father at Hickory Grove farm ,
Holton , Kan ,
Mrs. W. C. Unthank returned Saturday
evening from Avoca , where she has been
vUltlng for the past week , Bho was accom
panied by her mother , Mr * . D. F. McCarthy.
SUNDAY NEWS IN THE BLUFFS
The Guards Start For Damp Amid
Trials and Tribulations.
CONDITION OF THE CHAUTAUQUA
Sloro Money Needed to Carry It
ThroiiRlt ton Hucoc < isriil Issue
Itollctofn Third ofa
The Gunrdn On to On nip.
Yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock the
Dodge Light Guards mot at the armory to
prepare for their dopartura for the encamp
ment. The boys were In high fc.Uhor over
the prospect of once mons being able to ap
pear in public in a beautiful uniform. Their
now suits lay In different parts of the ar
mory hall and a few hung In the lociccrs.
Tlio names of the wearers were written
upon slips of paper which were pinned to
pants , coats nnd helmets. This was to
avoid confusion nnd hasten the donning
when the tlmo cama for their departure to
cam ) ) . "Tramp , tramp.lrnmp the boys cnmo
miircbmg , " sang Hixby , wlillo Woodbury
warbled n snatch from "Senovton. " Sud
denly Compton walked out from u sldo room
holding bis pants us high as lie eould reach
to keep the legs from dragging on the floor.
At the same time Atchlsonnppoarcd In pants
that barely covered his Itnccs. This was the
signal for u general outpouring of huif-clad
forms partially concealed In ill fitting coati
and pants. A volume of special expletives
was brought In to the boys that they mil'lit
fltly express the thoughts that cainanlltoo
fast for utterance in common Englhh ,
E. J. Woodbury worked himself Into n state
of violent pcrspir.itlon as ho tugged fruit
lessly trying to make his elongated under
pinning conform to a pair of trousers cut out
for Leo Bennett , while Bennett was hope
lessly engulfed and almost smothered In an
other pair of unmentionables that should
have borne the name bf C. E. Parsons. Par
sons was vjilnly trying to invciglo himself
Into a doublo-cnlr.v garment that would have
been sufficiently ample for an ordinary sized
individual , but ho could not establish himself
so as to feel ut homo.
FalstufPs recruits were beauties com
pared to the Light Guards in their combina
tion of dress , undress and too much dress.
When the boys nod cussed themselves suf
ficiently they fell to laughing at cacti other.
Finally they regained their sober senses ,
and then it dawned upon them that some
llcnd without the fear of man or future pun
ishment bofnro his eyes had gained entrance
to tha hall In their absence and changed the
tags upon all their clothes. It was nearly 0
o'clock when they set to work picking their
own suits out of the Incongruous mass. The
train was to leave at 0:41) : o'clock , and this ,
added to the wild desire to appear at their
best when they marched to thu train , did not
help matters any. The boys worked nard to
unravel Uie tangled uniforms , but with little
success , and when they went to thu train ,
the admired of thousands , very few knew
the terrible canker that was eating at their
vitals or why several pairs of pants were
folded up carefully half way to the knees ,
while others were strapped down altogether
too tight for beauty or comfort. Several
men did not appear in lino. They had not
even succeeded in potting them
selves in shape to appear in public ,
and with their new garments under
their arms , they hud eluded the rude gaze of
a critical crowd by going through the alloys
to the depot. However , when the train
started all the boys were on board. When
they appear for inspection to-day this ex
planation may account for any misfits which
might otherwise bo charged to the tailor. A
reward has been offered for the discovery of
the llcnd who changed the tags.
When they finally managed to establish
their identity , after getting seated In the
curs , it wus found that the following mem
bers of the company had survived the dire
disaster and wcro going to camp : First
Lieutenant Altuhlson , Second Lieutenant
Dlxon , Sergeants McNeal. Compton , Wells.
Bixby and Barrett , Corporals Tinley and
Parsons , Musician Bennett , Privates Arm
strong , Fleming , L. Knolls. C. E. Parsons ,
L. C. Patterson , Stimson , 'lliomas , Wnlluce ,
Bert Williams , C. E. Woo3burv. E. J. Woodbury -
bury , G. S. Troy nor , Uoss , Ellit , Dohanj >
Howe. Tostovin , Million , Gable , Coon , Fitz
gerald , Ileedy , V . S. Treynor , Young , Do-
Long , Bailey , stcphcnson , Dale , Goss , Nason ,
Heft. Murphy. Martin.
" Bill " the who
"Nigger , irrepressible coon ,
has never failed to attend an encampment
with the guards , was on hand with u most
gorgeous uniform. He goes to keep the boys'
shoes in condition to rolicet the approving
glances of the susceptible belles of Hod Oak.
Altogether It was n great company which
went out of the Bluffs last evening on No. 0
over the Burlington. It was a noticeable
fact that few of the old members are going ,
and their places are filled with recruits , for
which reason it is too much to expect Unit
the company will make a better showing
than they did lust year. ,
Houses to rent. A. A. Clark & Co.
Kelley & Younkormun sell groceries
Chusc and Sanborn coffees n specialy.
Desirable dwellings for rent at moucrato
prices. E. H. Shoafo & Co. . rental ugenls ,
Broadway and Main streets , up stairs.
For sale One Gar-Scott ten horse portable
engine ; in good repair. Apuly to Woir-Shu-
The cool and delightful August weather
yesterday gave the church goers no excuse
for remaining invay from divine services ,
and the consequence was that the attcndanco
in all thn churches was larger than is usual
on a sultry August Sabbath. Thn regular
morning services wcro hold at the Broadwav
Methodist church , uud at its conclusion the
ordinance of baptism was observed. Several
now members wore baptised and rccalvod
into the church. The attendance was quito
large und tha sermon uud services very in
At tbo First Baptist church thn regular
morning services were conducted in the
presence of n largo congregation. Dr. Cooley ,
the pastor , drew sumo strong lessons from
the character of Saul , tno first klny of Israel.
At the Bcroan Baptist church the pastor ,
Rev. T. F. Tluckstun , addressed n largo
audlcnco , In wnlnh wore many young people.
This Is the new Baptist church that has re
cently been erected In the western part of
tbo city. Although but three months slnco
it was dedicated , the church has become u
strong organization und is u gru.it moral sup
port to the rapidly growing western part of
Kov , Dr. Phelps conducted the services at
the Second 1'rcsbvtorlan church at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Itov. J. W. Cnthcurt ,
of Emerson , la. , had boon called to this
charge , und It was confidently expected ho
would accept the1 work. The organization ,
however , was so young und the largest salary
it could glvo so small that Mr. Cnthcart was
compelled to reluctantly decline the call , for
the reason that It would not afford the neces
sary means tn support nls family. Until tno
pulpit Is filled Dr. Phelps will moat fre
quently occupy it , and will thus Increase its
'llils Is a season for lively local missionary
worjc. The churches nra vicing with each
other In establishing missions In different
B.irU of the city. The plan generally fol
lowed Is , first to start a mission Sunday
scliool and then dovolopo from this n churcu
society. The Congregational church is the
last to start such n mission school. This
completes the list , so that each of the lead
ing churches has ono or more missions under
Throe of the loading churches will bo
without pastors for the rest of this month.
Hev. Mr. Crofts , of the Congregational
church , is away. Ituv. Mr. MauUuy , of St ,
Paul's Episcopal , U still In the east. Kov ,
Dr. Phelps , of the Prosbytorliin church , Is to
bo absent for the next four Sundays ,
Last evening thcro wns a union borvlca In
tlio Presbyterian churuh , at which Kov. Dr.
Cooley , pastor of the First Baptist churcu ,
preached thu sermon.
Kov , Dr. Phelps has. been granted a
month's vacation by the Presbyterian
church , of which ho is pastor. Ho enters
un > n It to-day. The pulpit will be supplied
a portion of the tlmo , and posubly every
Sunday during his absence.
At the Presbyterian church yesterday
morning Rev. Dr , Pholpa preached u sermon
on "God's Holiness. " Ho remarked In open
ing that ho had never hoard n sermon
preached on this subject nnd hnd never
preached ono himself , yet it tvns ono of the
most Important ones in the whole realm of
Swnnson MuMoCo. , Itto Brond\vuy <
Go to M. Keating for tlruos , 503 Broadway.
Winter & Monroe , sign painters , 410 li1 way.
Ctty steam laundry , 31 M.vln , tol. 141
Hellos ) ( * llv'itono Ycnr > .
Workmen engaged In excavating for the
rear wall of the now Snpp block Saturday
unearthed several logs and an old stump
about ten feet below the surface of the
ground. The bed of Indian creek was lo
cated there nt ono time , nnd It Is stated that
thcro was a foot bridge at thnt point. At n
depth of eighteen feet a load of hay was
found , and what is quite rcmurkab'o ' , It was
evidently In the same state us when dumped
thcro over thirty years ago. It was appar
ently n load of rotten , musty hay , that hnd
been dumped thcro simply to get rid of It , as
In former years the place was used as n pub
lic dump where all refuse was deposited.
The liny wns perfectly dry , although but a
fo'.v feet fror.i the present bed of the crook ,
while a few feet to the other sldo numerous
louds of manure were found saturated with
moisture. The old bed of the creek wns
filled up years ago , and the course changed
to Its present location. Tbo logs and hay
have been buried there over thirty years ,
and some of the oldest citizens fay that the
place has boon covered up for over a third of
The excavation IB being made so deep In
order to get u solid foundation for thu walls
of the new block , and the workmen have to
go below the bed of the crock , whore they
have struck n solid blue clay. The foundaj j
tlon will rest on n bed of broken stone and
Portland cotnont , which will give a support
that xvill last ns long as tho.structuro ubovj
It. Instead of doing this It was proposed to
drive piling upon which to place the founda
tion , but tno diOlculty experienced with the
adjoining walls Induced the belief that thn
jar of driving piling would result In tumbling
the entire structure to the ground. Even In
the present state of affairs , it is asserted
that Contractor Hughes will coma out at the
small end of the horn , ns ho gave a bond to
protect Mr. Snpp from any damage done to
adjoining property on account of excavating
for the building. It wns the Intention to un
derpin the adjoining walls so us to hold them
llruily In position , but the plan was not suc
cessful , and suits for several hundred dollars
lars damages are among the probabilities of
the near future.
Dwelling for snlo on easy payments. Also
building lots at lowest market prices. Call
and examine our list. E. H. Sheafo & Co.
, T. G. Tipton , real ostoto. 527 B'dway.
ThoDriiMolnlilly ? > KcgUtcrrolR in at
7:0.i : on the inorujiJRQf Issue. Delivered nt
once ; 2(1 ( ct nts nv : ck. F. H. Nugent , Coun
cil Bluffs ngcnt. '
- * -
Steam nnd hot ! vwutcr heating , flrat-elnss
plumbing. WorfcrUtmo In both cities. John
Gilbert , S18 PcnrTntfoct , Council Bluffs.
\\7ANTiLt ATFmco. nijoiiti to solloRTon > ! > ! -
fcry or commlUUm. Oood reliable men
only. 1'ermnnent situation nml good salary to
tlio right partleo. ' 'ArtrtrcRi Council lHuffs Por-
tralt Co. , Coiinc'J Pt lTx , Iowa.
AriUdT-niiASScnRlno and boiler cnn bo
bought complete-fur I2M. AddressSprngua'a
Foundry , Council Illiiirn.
1 TJVMl KKNT-S-room house , M Mynstrr st.
J. Apply to A. Loulp.
T710li K.\OIIANGr.-An equity In n furmnenr
Ja thn city for city lots. Johnston & Van I'nt-
ten , Kvcrelt block.
niAIlLlJ boarders wanted nt 122 Rentnnstreet ,
JLOood Voaiilat rcasonaMe rates. Mrsi I W.
iAI : < KSTATK-llouRht and sold and ex >
cJiailRed. 8p rtal attention Riven to exam.
Inatlon of titles. W. 0. Jamo ? . No. 10 1'earl St. .
Tuos. Orricuo. TV. H. M. PUSKY '
OFFICER & mil ,
Corner MMn nnd
COUNClLi UIiUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign and domestic exchange.
Collections made nnd Intaraat paid on tlmo do-
MONEY TO LOAN
Money loaned on furniture , plnno9.
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rnos of interest. No.
publicity : fair and , honorable dealing
A. A. Clark & Co. , ollco ( cor. Broadway
and Main , ever American express.
J. D. EnsitlNDSON. E. I * . SnufiAnr
I'rus. Vice Pros.
CHAS. U. HANSON , Cashier.
CITIZENS' ' STATE BANK ,
OP COUNCIL Ill.UPfS.
Paid Up Capital JITO.OOO.OO.
Liability to Depositors. . . .tM.OJO.dO.
DiitKCTOii" I. A. Jlillor , F.O. Qlcason. E. fj
Shugart , K. H. Hart , J. D. IMmmulson , dins. II.
Iliinnou. Transact Kener.il banking business.
Largest capital ana surplus of any bank In
southwestern lown. Interest on time deposits.
do to the Morrlnm block , tafco the elevator and st op at . .
loom "in ami consult , ,
DR. W. A. S. MURPHY ,
Who Is a graduate and n" practical and scientific optician. Do hot
wear glasses Improperly lilted. Do not neglect your eyes when they
show symptoms of abnormal .refraction. io not buy plrtsses Irom
peddlers. The llnnst glasses to lp found In the world always In Rtoclf.
Glasses ground so lit the eye In all Its rofractlvo errors. Artificial
eyes supplied atprlcesto suit. Consultation freo. Hour3 'J tol2 , ! ! tv "
FINE FRUITS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD !
W. A. GIBBS , 615 Broadway. T
GO TO " i
J. C. SEYMOUR'S
For Fountain'Dishes of Ice Cream that are 19 degrees below-zero.
Au elegant parlor , where everything la cool , cleuu and Dice. Ko.
32 Pearl street.
Look at the immense stock of Summer and Fall goods kept by
JOHN PETER , Merchant Tailor
52 UroRclttay , Open ; House Block.
Ilecollcct that In hot weather people should keep temperate
Don't K t excited , although the awful slashing of prices In summer
footwear nt tuo
BANKRUPT Boot and Shoe Store
25 Main Street. IB enough to ut'clte.any body.
HiailT IN THE MIDDLB of a rod hot summer people should
buy their meats of nnutcher who knows how and tins the mcnns of
properly keeping them. The fluest market fa vho west Is the new
J. M. SCANLON , Upper Broadway.
If you want oool , clan , freh groceries , era to
XT. A. TAYLOR , 10 Main St.
People never gef. hot when they buy of
F. W. SPETMAN & BRO.
They guarantee fair dealing always. COD uud 611 Main Street.
Even though the weather fs hot
W. W. BILQEB
Has some red-hot bargains in real estate nml several peed houses to
rent , all fitted uplth modern improvements. No. W 1'carl St.
GOLF AXWATSB BY BOTTLE OB OASB.
W. N. YOUNG , 414 Broadway.
ZERO PRICES !
For all kinds of groceries and provisions.
STEINKOPF & SOOFIELD ,
Keumeyer Hotel Jluildlng , llroadway.
1O Decrees Below Zero , and the Wntor
v Still Running.
J. C. BIXBY , Sanitary Plumbing. 10
Frceio out prl-es nt tlio "Knnioui , " 2W Hroalway : Iln lc. Tucks le , Mulcliei
lo , Ololliu * I'uis Ic , HUican I'oiiclie * lie , Hnrillnua Ac , choice Hlce To Ib , hoit rolled
OutMo III. " 1I7'1" HMIl ) . Klrk'n Wlil'.o ItiKMnti * > onp li lnr > , C'liolca Juimn Tea
Xxs Ib , Uoustuil Itlo CoTTdU 2JC , Must Illo CulTuu'JIc , Co.ll Oil Inc. DrloJ ApnlaiVJIb $1
( iootl KluurSl.il 'ic < , < m 1 ovcrythliu o ' > In proportion. Wo dlvo Om.iln prices ,
JloUom rrlci'Sl OEO.4I. MESCHENDOHF. 327 Broadway. Look at
12c ; pork chops. Vc ; toll pork , be ; bams , l"c ; shoulders , Co ; bacon , H'c.
' ANIMALS.- ; ,
\/etenjTarenftrftiuKil \ / Bluffs
'rejg ? Police Department ,
SOLE AGENTS COLUMBUS BUGGY CO ,
SEEING IS BELIEVING
One can never judge of wine until it is tasted. Just so it is with a stock of goods. A
purchaser can never judge of its superior wearing qualities until a careful inspection has been
made. Merchants may boast of what they display , but cold facts arc stubborn things , and to be.
convinced one must inspect.
We do not claim to show better goods than any one else , but lor our stock of Boots and
Shoes we do claim that it is the largest in Pottawattamie county , the most complete in every
department , and of as high a grade as any in this vicinity. Our prices suit the people , as is
demonstrated daily by the immense business we do.
This Week We Offer for Sale :
205 pairs Ladles' Hand Turned French Turned Dongola 130 pairs Ladlci' Hand Turned 1-Vonch Kid Button Shooa ,
Button Shoo , 8U25 ; formerly $ o. $ . ' ! ; formerly $0 ,
200 pairs Ladies' Machine Sowed Curaco Button .
81.25 ; formerly $2.60. Shoo. 172 pairs Ladles' Fine Grain Button Shoes , worked holes , T
50O pairs Ladies' Kid and Goat Walking Shoes , OOo ; OOc ; formerly $2.
formerly $1.76. 300 pairs Men's Calf Shoos , nut ton , lace and congress , $2f ,
261 pairs . Men's Calf Shoes , button , lace and congress. formerly $3 26.
$1.26 ; formerly $2.6O. I
20O pairs Boys' Calf Shoos , hutton and lace , 81 ; formerly 38O pairs Mlisjs * School fUioos , 76o ; formerly $1.76.
$2,66. 1OOO pairs Ladies' House Slippers , 60 , formerly 3Co.
This is the Chance of a Lifetime to get Boots and Shoes at
50 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
They are for sale and will be sacrificed to pay creditors.
SHERIFF'S ' SALE OF BOOTS AND
Corner of Broadway and Fourth Strut , Council Bluffs.
JOHN FINEETY , Receiver. LOOK FOR RED SIGN.
The Great Removal Sale ! The Reliable Removal Sale !
The only genuine clearance sale is nowgoingon in full force.
No abatement of interest , no lessening in the quality and
quantity of bargains offered. We have the goods and arr
bound to sell them before we move into our new store.
TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all purchases before we move. Oqme and dp like everybodv
else does , get your share of the bargains in every line , at the great
removal sale of
HENRY EISEMAN & CO. , PEOPLE'S ' STORE ,
Nos. 314 , 316 , 318 and 330 Broadway.
LADIES , READ THIS !
I Imvo tbo largest nnd
finest stock ot hair goods
west of Cblcaco , and I
have determined to close it
all out with the intention
of poing out of tbo busi
ness. Ladies who desire
anything in my line will be
given an opportunity to
buy it at less than half the
usual prices. Tlio poods
are first class , and all orna
ments , etc. , mmlo up in the
Orders by mail receive
MRS. C.L.GILLETTE ,
Nil. 30 MiVin ST. , Council n
Adapted to thu public schools. Thn only
complete thing of HH kind In existence and In-
dlspenslble In the cchool room. Bchool boards
desiring the most perfect help for the teachers
are invtted to examine this. Address
* H. A. BAbljINGKIT ,
General Agent ,
f 172 Willow Ave. , Council Hlulfu , Iowa ,
GEORGE METOALF ,
11EAI * ESTATB.
No. 10 Pearl St
BILLIARD HALL AND CIGAR STORE
MALONEY & O'BRIEN. '
CAPT. HAYES' ' LIVERY
Centrally loccted. J'lrht-class turnout1) .
fresh horses and new currlauni. Not mi old
rlulnthe stable , ripecttil attention given to
funerals , and reduced rates tor cftnlufos for
Telephone 77. _ an ) llruadway ,
No , 27 Ma'n St. , Over Jncnuomln's
J. M. PALMER
1IABTHB CHOICEST LOT Of' '
SUBURBAN & INTERIOR PROPERTY
In the Uty , OIH edged opportunities to Imiue
dlnto In vekt u > u 6 U u.mcti .
25 T0300 LIGHTING
HORSE POWER Mills and Eievators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Specifications und estimates furnished for coraplotOHtenm plants. Hesitation , durability
guaranteed. Can show letters from liners where fuel economy la equal
with Corliss Non-Condonilng. Hend for catalogue.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent.
No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineer. Plans , Estimates
H . Spociilcations. Supervision of Public Work. Brown
Building- , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
. I D7 Justice of the Peace. Office over American Express , No. 41
NQP.UI . Broadway , Council BlulTs , Iowa.
&Q\/C | | \ / | Attornoys-ut-Law. Practice In the State and Fed-
OilVIO oral Courts. Rooma 7 and 8 Shupart-Beno Block ,
Council Bluffu. Iowa.
U QTII I M A M Attorney-at-Law. Room 4 , Sucond floor , Brown
. n , O I ILLIYIAIl Block , 115 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , la. Will
practice in State and Federal Courts.
DR. BELLI NGER&BELLINGER- r Surgcona
* 1-1 * " " omco No > 10 pearl
COUNCIL BLUFFS HOMEOPATHS.
M , H , CHAMBERLAIN , M , DaOlllco
Olllco corner Main St. ,
I Surjroon and Homeopath. Room 0 , Brorfh ,
i J. building , 1N5 Pearl St. Olllco houra , 0 to 12 ,
n , in , , ii to 0 and 7 to 8 , j > , in. _
QTCWCNQ M n Olllco , No. 7-U Broadway. Hours : 8 to
MM * O I LYLINO , IVIi U-lO u. m. , und 2 to1 and 7 to 8 p. m. Tola-
phone , 287.
ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY ,
OOR. 6TH AVE3. AND 7TH ST.
Council Bluffs , la.
Conducted by the Sisters of Charity ,
An excellent educational Institution , fur
nished with all modern Improvements for
bourdln und day school. The acudeinlo year
consists of two sessions. begUmlng on the first
Monday tn September and Kebruury , respect.
TKItMH-lIoard and tuition , per suasion. 176.
For further p rticuUrs uddruai
HUCor Duporlur , Hi , FrauuU Acailomy ,
Council UlufTu , la. <
Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Pro *
lectors , Etc ,
Aten , . vruntca.
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