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THE DAILY BEECOUNCIE BETJEFS WEDNESDAY APKIL 29 , 1885
HE DAILY BEE ; f
COUNCIL BLUFFS
Wednesday Morning Anril 29
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS.
Br Carrlei . . . . - . - oenta pet week
By Mall - - " - - - " I10.W pel yew
OFFIOBt
No. 13 Pearl Btrcot.
The Y. M. 0. A. gave another of tholr
pleasant untortalnmonta last evening.
Dr. S. Mosbor , of Slonx Olty , is to bo
at the Scott bonBO to-morrow to attend
to tbo afflicted.
Tiakcts are soiling well for the elocu
tionary entertainment to bo given by
Miss Jeaslo Conthoni at the opera honso
May 8th.
A. M. "Wilson has commenced ault
against the city for $10,000 damages to
her properly by reason of the overflow ol
tbo crook in 1883.
The family of J. B. Atkins received a
telegram announcing the death of their
daughter , Mary , at tbo roaldenco of her
grandmother at Boles City.
Rov. N. F. Scallon , of Yankton , lee
turca In tbo Catholic church this evening
his subject being : "Tho influence of the
Catholic ohuroh on civil liberty. " Ho
has the reputation of being a fine orator
The monthly conference of the Omaha
and Council BlufTi Y. M. 0. A. was hold
bore Monday evening , and proved profit
able and Interesting , although the at' '
tendance was not as largo as on aomo of
the former occasions.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Keller will enter
tain the members of Harmony Chapter
No , 25 , 0. B. S. , at their homo , on
Fourth street , this ( Wednesday ) evening
All members are cordially invltod to at
tend.
tend.Tho
The dlmo museum and theatre not
only opened well , but is increasing In
favor. The Georgia minstrels glvo an
entertainment which is well worth sev
eral times the nominal sum aakod for ad
mittanco. No wonder that the show
draws big crowds.
The following persons will assist the
violinist and tenor at the opera house
Friday night , May 1 : Miss Onotah Me
Millan , of Vaasar college , pianist ; Misses
Jonoj , Merkel , Tostovln and Corner , vo
calists ; Miss Julia Officer , accompaniat.
Reserved scats at D. W. Bushnoll's.
Miss Mamie Craig , Mlaa Belle Hatcher
and Miss S. D. Rehao are planning on
having a loan nrt exhibition at the build
ing No. 502 Broadway , next to Officer &
Pusey'n bank , on Tuesday and Wednes
day , May 5 and C , afternoons and oven-
Ings. The Misses Merklo are to glvo
iumo choice vocal mualo in connection
with the exhibition.
MATOB VAUOHAN having returned
from his eastern trip. Is beset by inquirers
as to what ho Is going to do about the
saloons. Ho says ho has not had any
'
occasion to change his position from that
stated In an interview with TOE BEE
man just before his departure , and pub-
llahod at that time. This WAS In effect
that he would act simply as ho thought
the people really wanted him to , and not
merely to suit some faction or clique.
On Monday a big fat slick talking in
dividual arrived in this city and began
working the merchants for from $1 to $5
each for the privilege of lettering their
show windows with .soap. Ho pushed
the soap In good style , having his busi
ness down fine , but the rain of Monday
night washed the sosp lettering off the
windows , and the big fat slick talking In
dividual on Tuesday morning could not
be found , having left for some dry
weather town.
Council Bluffs now patrol wagon still
remains In the engine house , and there
seems to bo no Immediate prospect of its
being used by the police , as there Is no
team , and no driver , and if there were
there are not enough occasions to nao it
to pay for the expense of maintaining the
service. As Omaha is talking of starting
a police patrol service perhaps it would
bo well to try and sell the wagon to that
city. It Is proving a foolish Investment
i present , at least , and by
the time tbo city needs the wagon it will
bo aged.
Artists' ' Materials at G.R. Beard'a Wall
Paper Store. Send for prloo liat.
Tea direct from Japan , at Taylor &
Cfllof.
Night Prowlers.
Frank English , the foreman for David
Bradley & Co , , on his way homo at an
early hour yesterday morning discovered
that one of the doors of the Keystone
company's wmhouao was open , and in
vestigatton ( bowed that thieves had boon
prowling about the place , but had secured
cured no plunder except a few postage
stamps. The theory Is that some boys
had hidden In the waro-
honio bofoio It was closed for the night ,
and were bent on gottlng a lot of
tobacco tap * , which had been gathered
by the ofllco boy , Walter , he having
B ved over 3,000. Tne collection has
been greatly admired and coveted bv
many boys , and ho has been offtrod $25
incathfor it. It Is thought that some
one was afUr thti , but it did not happen
to bo in the office. At there wsa no indi
cations of an entrance being forced , and
aa thewoikiffim-d that of
boys , this
uppotition sporrs reasonable.
Fact * worth remembering when you
buy Wall Paper : 1st. That Beard , next
door to postoffice , hts tbo largest stock to
elect from. 2d Th t his prices are as
low as the lowest. 3d That ho la a
practical lnt ri < T deorwtor and employs
none but M'l'ul ' "rkmfn.
Snbstantiul ntfltruvU < > f title and real
M'a'e loans. J. W & E. L. Equlio.lOl
Peirl atreet
Tea direct itvia J uan , at Taylor &
Ctlef ,
THE MYSTIC LINKS-
The Oil Fellows Celebrate their Sixty-
Sixth Anniyersary With
Enthusiasm ,
Dedication of Tlio Now Hull.
Yesterday was a gala ono for the Odt
Fellows , it bolng the sixty-sixth anniver
sary of the order , and the now hall being
ready for dodlcatson. A largo number
of viiltlng brethren were here and the
elaborate arrangements for the day were
carried out very happily. The procession
in.tho afternoon presented a bcautlfu
sight , and was partlclptatod lnby } many ,
and witnessed by a largo crowd of Inter
oatod spectators. The day was an almost
perfect ono , and there seemed nothing to
mar the pleasure. After the parade the
services of dedicating the now hall , in
the opera house block , were hold , auc
were attended by a largo number ol
ladies and gentlemen. The new hall is
a very pleasant and commodious ono , al
though not BO elegant an ono as ao flour
ishing an order should have in a city ol
this size. The prospect of the Odd Fol
lows within a short time putting up n
building for themselves is probably a reason
son for not expending too lavishly on this
hall. The now homo , Is , however , ono
which answers the present purpose well ,
and compares favorably with most lodge
rooms.
The services were in accordance with
the programme given in yesterday's
and after the rltuallitlo portions of It
were carried out there were exercises ol
a varied character. The muslo was ox
cellont. The Bavarian band
furnished the martial music , and
in the hall there was some
choice vocal music. Mr. Wcscott , who
has as sweet a tenor volco as there la in
the city , gave a solo , which was enthu
siastically received , and given an oncoro.
The Misses Morkol gave a fine duet , and
the audlonco would not rest content until
they called for thorn another. Mr. W.
H. Troynor sang a grand bass solo , and
received hearty applause. Mrs. Nevada
Ward also favored the andlonco with a
well rendered song.
The first address was by D. 0. Bloomer
and was an excellent ono. It consisted
of a brief , clear , outline of the history of
the order In this country , beginning
with Washington Lodge No. 1 , which
started in with only five members , and
which was still in active working ordor.
Now the order has in GG years
grown In this land , BO that fully 8,000
lodges wore thia day jolng In the cele
bration of this annlvoraary , and the liv
ing members numbered 000,000. The
speaker raised the question as to what
had caused this remarkable growth. It
was not the fact that thee were secrets
in the order , as there were many secret
societies. The name had not done it , as
to many the name might be an objection ,
Instead of an attraction. Ho then read
and commented on the definition of Odd
Fellowship as given by Webster and by
the American cyclopedia , and pointed out
the fanltlncss of these definitions. The
order was not a charitable society
In the common acceptation of the
word ; that is it was not a mere alms
giving .society. It believed in charity
In the soaso in which it was used
by Saint Paul love for humanity. It
was not a merely social organlzttlon , al J
though there was much good-fellowship
In the gatherings. It was organized for
the purposes of mutual relief , based on a
regular system of contributions and of
disbursements. In 1883 there were paid
out for the relief of needy brothers over
two million dollars , and since the organi
zation over sixteen millions. The main
objects of the order were to care for the
sick , to bury the dead , to
provide for the widow , and to
educate the orphan. The order
was not Intended for a church , although
It required a belief in God , and taught
the practice of the virtues of right living. J
The growth of tbo order , and the many
grand features of the organization , rendered
dored it most appropriate that this day
should bo ono of rejoicing and gladness. _
Dr. Harris , of Missouri Valley , also
gave an address which was very timely ,
and was listened to with much Interest.
Ho picked np some of the objections
whloh had boon urged against the order ,
and answered them in his happy , keen
manner , making It plain that ho had not 20
been an Odd Fellow for forty years with
out Boeing increasing beauties In the or
ganization. Ho declared there were no
secrets in the order any more than there
were in a well regelated family ,
the purposes of the order , and its work
being known to the world , and the only us J
thlnps whlob were kept within the lodge
room , wore the minutiae of the workings ,
just as In a family. Ho gave a very 12
happy talk , and called out much onthu
slastlo applanao. J
There were a goodly number of visitors
here from other points , from Omaha ,
Plattamontb , and fron various places it
Iowa , In the evening there was a grand
ball given , which closed the festivities ol
the day. The order observed the day In
a very creditable manner , and one which
reflected credit npon the city.
WHA.TISTO BEDONE ?
Tbo Saloon Question Still * Bother-
BOIUO Ono ,
An attempt ii being made to colloot
the back Hconsea for the quirtor ending
May 1st , a number of aalonn men not \
nnvlng paid , although the understanding
was that they should pay in advance ,
The dollqnonta have been threatened
with arrest and a few of them have been
thus induced to pay. Ono o ! the reasons
of the backwardness in paying baa been
the uncertainty as to what waa to be
done , tbo saloon nun thinking that tbry
might be made to close almost any day ,
and then their Ilcenie money would be
virtually thrown away , the city not be
ing able to offer them any protection if
the prnhlbitionlsta ehould decide to
close them up. The saloon men who IB
have paid grumble greatly about those
ho refaie to pay , aa they wisely s y
ftt any snob refustl will caaia in agl
tailon , which will bo quite apt to came
all the place * to be closed , and that the
saloon men should be the last to itart
any IUDU agitation , Itli expected that \
the prohibitionists will bold * meeting
Thursday afternoon to decide on iume
course of action. It hai been itated that
mo of the causes of deity has been the
tardlnew in railing the needed fund * ,
and this haa ctuied some wonder as to
what the need might bo for any amount
TItl TIe funds , BB the gottlng out of injunc
tions seems not a very expensive mode of
litigation , under the prohibitory law.
The roseon for wanting a largo ntnonnt
of fands has been learned by the BEE to
0si 0b that It Is not the plan to merely
shut np the ealoons , for this they
think Is the easiest part of tholr proposed
work , It is said tbat they feel that the
shutting up of the saloons will amount to
but little , as there will bo ether ways for
the thirsty ones to got tholr throat moistened
onod , and the work of drying up all the
quiet fountains Is the really hard task ,
requiring much money and labor. It is
said that they are planning to go for the
druggists , if they can find them violating
the law in any respect , and that they will
hunt up all the placoa where any drinks
are being sold on the sly. If this is
tholr plan , they certainly bavo under
taken a gro&t task , and It is not to bo
wondered at that they doom it necessary
to provide a largo fund before they star !
on the war path. There is a good
deal of wordly scnio In the idea
that oven if the saloons are shut up
the sale of Intoxicants will not bo
stopped , but that it will bo supplied to
the public by ether and moro disreputa
ble channels. The reports from Dos
Molnos are to the effect that whllo tbo
prominent saloons are closed there are
moro drinking places than before , and
that they are subject to no regulation ,
but are in tbo control of men who are
rcckloas onongb to run the risk of proao
cation for the Bake of the profits , which
they make as largo as possible , soiling
any sort of horrible decoctions and keep
ing the worst sort of boles. If tbo shut
ting up of the saloons is simply to bavo
the trade in the bands of worao men , and
conducted in worao ways , the prohi
bitionists hero think that the change Is
not what they want , and hence a goodly
number of them are not in favor of mak
ing any moro nnlois they are prepared to
fight the battle to the bitter end. If
thoeo who tbns tbink provo to bo In a
majority , the plans will bavo to bo made
for a long campaign , and much sand of
all sorts will bo necessary. The many
entanglements which necessarily surround
tbo problem cauao delay and slow move
monts. It is not expected therefore tbat
anything very rash will bo dono. There
seems , however , to bo a general desire on
all sides thnt something definite should
bo decided upon , as tbo uncertainty oxlst
Ing prevents that permanent adjustment
to buslnoes weich Is necessary to
success. The council is on the anxious
seat , llko all tbo others , and if tbo saloon
licences are to bo knocked out of the
city's revenue , then they will need to
docldo on some now Bf atom for raising
money enough to cover this shrinkage ,
either by taxing ether lines of business ,
sncb as Insurance agents , real estate
lealors , oto. , or by aomo ether scbemo.
Under tbo present circumstances all
concerned are bolng kept on the anxious
aeat , and they do not know what to pro
vide for. Hence they all seem ready to
; et at some adjustment of tbo trouble.
Tea direct from Japan , at Taylor &
Calef.
SPECIAL NOTICES
NOTICE. Special a vertlsemonis , sua as loet
round , To Loan , For Sole , To B nt , Wants , Board-
nu.eto. , will be Inserted In this column at Ihe low
rate oi TEN CENTS PER LINE ( or the first Insertion
and FIVE tIKNTU PER LINE for each subsequent
rtlon. Leave advertisements at onr oDe * , Ko.
Ftarl Street , near Broadway
WANTS.
FOlt hAIjK One four boree-power engine and
six horse-power boiler. Both In excellent con
dition. Address , 1. W. , 305 Broadway.
W ANTED Bf a gentleman , a furnished room.
Address L. , Boa effloo , Council Bluffs.
TOOK SaLE AT A BARGAIN-Tho deelrnble reel-
? dcnce or bualneis property on Upper Broad *
way , known IB the Powers place. Apply to Quo. B.
BIAKD , 82 Main street.
FOB SALE. < .otbcr hotel In a Ivt. Nebraska
town , now doing a business of about ( SCO p r
month. No other hotel in the place. Terms liberal.
SWAN & WALKIB.
Foil SALE OR TRADE. 8(0 ftores ot land in
Wayne county , Mo. Will trade lor Council
SIuOs city property er eell cheap for cash , or part
time. SWAH &
WANTS TO TRACK. Good Iowa or Nebraska
land lor & imall clock ol hardware or general
merchandise , well located. SWAN & WAI.KXB.
FOR 8ALB A rare chance to get a One , well Ira-
proved fanncf 400 acres , within ft lew miles ol
3ooncll Bluffs , at a bargain. Low price and easy
terms. SWAN & WALKU
TOOK BALE A good paying hotel property with
? llyery stable , in one ol the best small towns In
western Iowa will eell with or without furniture , or
will trade lor a email farm with stock etc.
SWAM
n\OH SALE Eighty acres unimproved land In
C Union county , Iowa , 8 } milca south-east ol Al
ton , the oounty seat , or will trade lor Nebraska or
Kansas land. SWAN & WALKS.
1/OU BALK A 20 acre tract ol good land about
JU one and a hall totloa from Council BluflJ post
niTloe. at a barpraln. SWAN & WALKBR.
ijiOH WALK In Harrison oounty , Iowa. 320 acres
JP grass land , all undf r fence a ! 00 acre { arm
with nna Improvements , all under cultivation except
acres grass 80 acres good grass or pasture land ,
and several other tracts ol from 10 to ICO acres ol
unimproved land. SWAN & WALKIB.
Tj OH ti&bfC Lands Improved aad unimproved.
JD II you want a larm In western Iowa , Kansas
Nebraska or Dakota , let us bear from you.
SWAN WALKXB.
fl OR SAIE A largo number of business and reel
? denoe lots In all pans ol Council Bluffs. See
before you buy , SWAH & WALKSR.
FOR BALE Parties wishing to buy .cheap lots to
build on can buy on monthly paymenta olfrom
to tlO. SWAN & WALKHR
17(011 ( HKNr We will rent you a lot to build on
? with the prlvllago to buy II you wish on very
liberal term . SWAN & WALRIB.
VJl/'ANTKU 1 o correspond with any one wishing a
W good location 1/r planning mill , sub , door
and blind manufactory , we have building and
machinery , well located , lor sale , lease or trade ;
8WAN& * ALKIB
FOR UENT- Large two itory frame building suit
able lor warehouse or storage purposes , near
railroad depot. SWAN WAIKIB.
FOR RENT Oil BALIS BojiUIag and ground *
nltatlt lor mall toundiy and machine shop
Good boilerengine , cupola , blower with flied shaft
ing eta , ready to put In motion ,
SWAN WALIIC ,
< i i01l HALE Houses. Lots and Land. A. J ,
JD Btephemon , 60S First avenue.
BALK A top-buggy , nnt-Uass make and
In excellent condition. Or will trade lor cheap
tot. Addroos f. II. Bee office , Council Blu7s.
bouym ( Jouncu Dlufli o Ian *
ToiBu. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
a week.
f\lA ) I'AfKRS-rof tale at Uil offloe , at It oenU
\J a hundred
SCHMIDT ,
PHOTOGRAPHER !
No. 220 Main St , Council Bluffs ,
Open Sunday , First-class work guaitnteed.
THE RECENTLY IMPROVED
REMINGTON STANDARD
TYPE WRITER
NO. 2 ,
the Highest Achievement in Writing
Machines in the World.
With only 89 keys to learn aa
operate , it print * 70 chuactor *
Inclutltrg caps and imill letters ,
ininctuktlore , figures , tlgni and
tractions. It ithe simplest and
rnont rapid writing macblnt
made M well as the most durable
\3T8end for free illustrated pamphlet ,
Wyckoff Seamans & Benedict ,
Chicago , 111 , , Sola Agents.
0 , n , SHOLES , Council BlnHs
Agent for Western Iowa
HARKNESS BROTHERS ,
401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. ( *
CARPETS , CARPETS. CARPETS .
'A large stock and choice patterns. Prices cjear down.
DryGoods , DryGoo
All the Novelties in Dress Goods , Silks and White Goods , Always Lowest Prices ,
We make a suecialtv of Store Shadings ? Office Mattings , the furnisliino * of churches
offices and public buildings.
Harkness Bros , 401 Broadway Council Bluffs
SMITH cfe TOLLER , AGTS.
LEADING
Merchant Tailors !
7'and 9 Main St. ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - IOWA.
AGomplete Line of New Goods to Select From , , !
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand whla
wo will aoll In retail or carload lota.
All Stock Warranted as Renresented.
\Vholctole ondrettl ) dcalcrr In Grain ted Baled Bay. Price
eonable Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Corner Fifth Avo. & Fourth St. OouncllBlufls.
W. P. ATTLSWORTH ,
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER.
Brick buildings of any size raised or moved and satisfaction guaranteed. Frame ho
moved on LITTLE GIANT tracks , the best in the world.
W. P. AYLSWORTH.
1010 Ninth Street , Council Bluffs
COCKE & MORGAN
347 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
On Monday morning , April 27th , the great slaughter of Dry Goods com
mences , lasting THREE DAYS. PRICES ARE MAGNETS. As the great
Olympian games drew thousands of people to witness and also participate
' n them so do the prices in our store draw people to buy goods.
DRESS GOODS ,
JUrocados , in all colors ic per yard , worth
3Jc.Colored
Colored English Cashmere , 22 inches wide ,
half-wool , lOc per yard , worth 15c.
Pacific Blocks 13o per yard , worth 20c ,
Manchester De BORES lie per yard , worth
18c.
Diagonal Corda 12c per yard , worth 2"c.
Ottoman Cords 18c per yard , worth 26c.
Lace Bunting llo per yard , worth 20c.
Satin Berber 23o per yard , worth 35c.
Drap D'Altnn ' 23c per yard , worth 30c.
Bunting , all wool , 17o per yard , worth 30o.
Cashmere , double width , Ulo per yard ,
worth 40c.
Beautiful assortment ol plaids , 22o per
yard , worth 35o.
Woolen Broche's , 28c per yard , worth 45c.
Black Cashmere , alt wool , -lie per yard ,
worth C6o ,
Fine Count Cashmere Clo per yard , worth
OOc.
OOc.Extra
Extra fine Black Caahmore 77o per yard ,
worth $1.10.
All-wool Armures CCo per yard , worth
81,00.
All-wool Ottoman Cord Gto per yard ,
worth 31.00.
All-wool Satines 72o per yard , worth $1,10.
OOLOBtl ) CABIIUSnES ,
All-wool 40 Inches wide cashmere per
yard , worth CCc ,
All-wool Inches with Cashmere 55c per
yard , worth 85c.
All-wool 40 inches wide Cashmere C8c per
yard , worth OOc.
SILKS.
Black Silk , Bargain No , 1 17o worth 7Ec.
' 'r No. 2-6Co worth OOo ,
' " No. 3-88o worth 1.25.
1 " No. 4-34o worth 140.
' " No. 6 1.28 worth 1.7S.
1 " No , C-1.49 worth 3,00.
cowman UILKB.
Beautiful assortment of colors ; Wines ,
Browns. Blues , Greens , etc. , OOo per yard ,
worth $1.40.
LADIES' SUMMER SKIRTS.
Skirts at 33o worth COc.
Skirts at Clio worth 7oc.
Formers' Satin skirts at 83c , worth $1,40.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Table Linen 50 inchoa wide 18c , worth 30c.
Pure Table Linen 2So , worth 40c.
German Linen Cream Damask 42o worth
C5o.
C5o.Fino
Fine Gorman Linen C5o , worth 70s.
Extra wide "Bornsleys" Cream Damask 83c ,
worth $1.10 ,
Fine Double Faced Bleached Damask $1.00
worth $1,40.
TURKEY nans.
B8 inchea Turkey Red 32c , worth 45c.
Oil Boiled 68 Inches Turkey Rod , warranted
fast colors , 40o worth 75o.
KAFEINB ,
Pare Linen Doylies 42c worth CCo per
dozen.
Large Linen Colored Doyliea 71c , worth
81.10 per dozen.
Damask Doylies 880 , worth $1.25.
UNBLEACHED OXBUAK LINKN ,
Napkins Ole worth $1.40 per doten.
Extra Large Cream Damask $1.38 , worth
$2.00 perdozm.
Satin Finished German Cream Damnok
Napkins $2.00 worth $2.75 ,
BLEACHED NAPKINS.
g Bleached Napkin * 83c , worth $1.20 per
dozen.
Fine Bleached Napkins $1.10 , worth $1.60.
Satin Bleached Napkins $1.33 , worth
$1 76.
Extra Fine Bleached Napkins 51.C5 ,
worth $2.25 ,
Of every description and at ptlcoa low as the lowest. Special attention to custom work. Tbo remainder
dor ol my stock of NOTIONS are being disposed of at COST , A FACT , call and bocomlncod.
MRS. D. A. . BENEDICT ,
337 Broadway , - Conn oil Bluffs. Iowa. .
J. R , McPHERSON ,
OROWKH AND DKALKB IN
Orders from abroad promptly filled. Sweet Potato Plants a specialty. Plants will be
ready for shipment by May 10th , Orders should bo placed early.
JT. JR. McPherson ,
1281 East Pierce Street , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
H. H. FIELD. W. 0. ESTE
Field & Estep ,
UNDERTAKERS
No. 317 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Calls Attended Promptly , Day and Night. Particular attention given to Embalming
Telephone No. 97.
AND "THE ENGLISH" KITCHEN.
505 Broadway , - - Council Bluffs.
THE ONLY ALL NIOHT HOUSE IN THE ciTT. Everything served in first etas style and on shoit
notice. Hot and cold lunches always ready.
HOSIERY.
Children's solid colored hose 8c , worth 12Jc.
Children's gray mixed hose So , worth 12c.
Children's solid colored hose , plain and
ribbed lOo , worth Ifio.
Children's solid colored hose , plain and rib-
rod 124c , werth 20c.
Children's fancy mixed hose 12c , worth
20c ,
Children's fancy French ribbed hose 12jc ,
worth 20c.
Children's seamless hose , plain colers 14o ,
worth 26c.
Mil BOS' derby ribbed hosel4c , worth 25c.
Misses' derby ribbed hose 12o , worth 20o.
Misses' solid ingrain hose regular inado 21c ,
worth 30e.
Miises' solid ingrain hose 12c , worth 20c.
Misses' solid derby ribbed hose Do , worth
16c.
Misses' ' black Ingrain hose regular made 35o ,
worth COc
Misses' black Ingrain hose regular mode 21c ,
worth 35o ,
Muses' r gnlar made fancy blue , fast colors
lOc , worth 25o This is ono of tbo bipgeit
bargains we have ever offered.
Aliases' black and colored brilliant Lisle
hoBO COc , worth 76o.
Job lot ladies' hose 8c , worth 12e.
Ladies' plain , ribbed and fancy striped hose
lOo , worth IGc ,
Ladies' two-bytwo pin striped hose 12c ,
worth 20o ,
Ladles' solid colors and blacks 12c , worth
20o.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Having purchased our stock of ladles' under
wear direct from the manufacturers , wa are
enabled to place them before the public
cheaper than the material alone will cost
you.
you.Ladies' chemise and pants 233 each , worth
35c each.
Ladles' tucked skirts 87c. worth COc.
Ladies' nicely trimmed chemise tucked and
embroidered 37c , worth COo.
Ladies' nicely embroidered and tasked
skirts 880 , worth $1.30.
Skirts with very deep embroidery 31.38 ,
worth $2 25.
Our muslin underwear department is com
plete In every respect and will pay yon to
inspect the prices.
GAUZE UNDERWEAR.
Gents' gauze shirts 23c , worth 3Cc.
Gents' India gauze shirts 39c , worth CCc.
GonU' Balbnpgan shirts and drawers 42c ,
worth "Co.
Gents' Pepporcll drawers 42o , worth 60c.
Gents' ' finished seam drawers made of line
jeans COc , worth 8Dc ,
DOMESTICS.
In buying onr Domestics direct from the
mills , we are thus enabled to save yen money
on these goods.
Bleached cotton Co per yard ,
Soft finished , bleached cotton , round
threaded , water twitted , medium and heavy
weights standard brands , 7Jo per yard. Al
ways sold heretofore at lUc per yard.
PRINTS.
Best Standard Makes of prlnta DC per
yard.
PARASOLS.
We have just received a large and endleea
variety of parasols to which we wish to call
your special attention ,
ATTENTION , LADIES1
Our stocks are now replete with new and
seasonable goods and a visit of Inspection is
respectfully solicited ,
Out-of-town customer ! will find It to Ineir
advantage to visit our store In person and
make selections ,
Cocke & Morgan ,
RETAILERS OF DRYGOODS
34 = 7 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUTFS , IOWA ,

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