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COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , NO. 13 , PEARL STREET. Delivered bj- carrier In nnjpnrt of the city u twenty tents per week. II. W. TILTON , - Manager. TIII.EI'ItONna : IlCRiNrps Omen. No. U. NIOHT I'.nnoii Xo. 31. MIN'OH MENTION. N. Y.Plumbing Co. New spring goods nt Roller's , tailor. The popular resort is the Manhattan 418 Hroauway , Hudio & Ycnnwinc. A good girl wanted for general house work. MM. 11. W. Tilton , UKI : ollico. The now 15aitlstclinrcliut | Shcnandoal will bo dedicated on thu lir.-it Sunday It Juno. Uring the little ones to sco our shov window to-day and to-morrow. Cotinci Bluffs Cnrpot Co. Postmaster Howman has receivcc twelve new letter boxes which will bi distributed about the oily. The city council meets in Omaha 01 Monday evening to considur soyora matter- ; ! , street lighting among others. The Frank ( Jraves arrested Thursda1 for disturbing the 110:100 was an Dinah ! party and not .Frank Graves of this city On' Sunday several of the Counci IJlufl's pulpits will be supplied with visit ing Presbyterian ? . The oratorical re sources of the national assembly arc t < bo drawn upon. Tim remains of A. liaumgarlncr , o Henderson , were brought hero yestorda , nnd thu funeral .services were held in th Catholic church. There were a larg number of friends in attendance. The Council Bluffs Carpet comwan ; arranged one ot their windows very at tractiyely yesterday to gladden the eyes especially of the little folks. There wa n temporarily arranged lawn , upoi which a number of live rabbits were hav ing a merry time. Chief Templeton is urging the fire com mittco to take prompt htups in securing : now hook and ladder truck. This an paratUH is sorely needed , and in case of ; hot lire , high up , there might bo a heav loss on account of the city not being thu provided with one. The Dodge Light guards' uniform wil arrive about next Tuesday. The "eadot picnic" which is being arrnged untie the direction of the Kev. T. J. Maekaj will bo given the first week in June , Hi proceeds of which will bo expended fo : v handsome company Hag. The Salvation army band have re moved their headquarters from the hill over Dolianoy's ' Rtablo to Larson' ' carpenter shop. It is said tint the bam practice was too hard on the poor dura animals , and the rehearsals will bo heh where they will not interfere so nine wjth the comfort of man or beast. A. Berry was before Judge Aylcswort yesterday on the charge of abusing hi family. Uerry is said to bo a prolligat fellow , who is not satisfied with spend ing what his wife can earn , but the wind * up by abusing her. It was dc cidcd to let him board at the city jail fen n time and lot the family got a little resi The excavating of Blull street is prc grossing well. It will soon bo completed nnd the grade will bo far easier than tha of Willow avenue cast of Fourth streol This will bo the llrst street in the city t have the parking on thn inside of'th sidewalks. It is an experiment of wliic thcro are enthusiastic predictions of it soon meeting uublic favor. Lnot night's dummy train wont flyin over a path of light. Kngino 8 3 wa provided with an electric headlight , i being used as an experiment. The ligl was intensely bright , and throw its ray from Uioadway to the transfer. Th light was as mueh more brilliant thai the ordinary headlight as that is mor brilliant than an ordinary lamp. The total assessed valuation of clt property is largely increased by the pros cnt board of equalization , besides the it crease made by the assessor. The tola of the old assessment will run up be tween live and six million. There Imv been many assessments raised , and thcr is a long list of those wiio will bo give : a chance to appear bcforo the council and Btuto their objections if thev hav valid ones. The clerk is preparing ti post the lists , and the work of the boar will bo soon completed , 0. A. Gray , the young man who wa \ \ duped into joining a detective associf l'-f tion , and whoso first experience wa being arrested hero as a vagrant , has n turned to his homo near Dunlap. Th Reporter says that "ho may not bo n d ( tcetivo , but lie is certainly no slouch : i walking , as ho walked from the Hlull homo. His youthful mind has bco crammed , but not in an education ! sonso. This is doubtlessly another rcsu of nicklo library reading , and the ox poriimco may have n tendency to sobt the young man down. " Personal I'nrngraphs. Mr. Stout , of the Ogden house , has r turned from Texas. J. K. Wclpton , of Ued Oak , is spendin a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shugart have r turned from Princeton , 111. H. Mendel and A. A. Watts , Neo ! promincnts , were at Uechtclo's ycsto day.Hon. Hon. P. M. Casady , of DCS Moine who has been visiting his brothers her has returned homo. I ev. 11. C. Hughes was on Sunday la ordained and installed as pastor of tl Presbyterian church of Sidney. I ) . 1) . Allen anu wife , of Peoria.IH. , ai visiting their son , C. U. Alien , the we known map publishers of this city. Mrs. Arthur Cowjoa has been onjoyir a visit from her sister , Mrs. Beach , i liornburg , and her mother , Mrs. Hnwit C. J. Bookman is planning to nttcn the reunion of the Thirtieth Illinois ii fantry ut Kock Island on the 21tn ai : 25th. 25th.H. H. D Seiffert , of Avoca , who ropr sentcd this county in the legislature few years ago , is now visiting in Go many. Miss Kato Franklin , who for the pa two weeks has boon visiting Miss Mi Clark , loaves for her homo in Dunlap th evening. II. II. Hunter , of Tabor , was in the ci yesterday Ho has lust returned from California trip and is thinking serious of locating permanently on the Pacil coast. Ollico of Mulholland & Co. , removed In under the Citizens' bank. Tclophot No. 102. Leave your orders for ico. Cheap storage in cither small or ca load lots at Nos. 23,24 and 20 Pearl strec J. U , Snydcr. Notice. Those persons who havn not settle for the groceries bought of Parks & Planer nor will please call and make arrang ments for paying , as on Juno 15 wo sin publish the names and offer the accoun lor sale. PAUKS & SON. Call at your neighbor's house and E a Quick Meal gasoline stovo. Thr hundred are now being biagged on 1 their owners in this city , Call and s the latest , at No. 41 Main street. COLE & COLE. To Speculator * . If you contemplate speculating property on the Manawa motor Hue , ( uud see Tipton. T ft-ffS-fflhi 1 SrnWhiiiii THE BUILDING OF THE BRIDGE The Only Draw That of Drawing the Oon tract With the Best Bidder , THE ROBERTS MURDER TRIAL A Misfit Couple IjCRnlty Scpnrntcil- Xho June * 'Murder Trial Hot For- Tuesday llrlof lilts of UluflTu News. j on the Yesterday was the date set for Ih opening of the bids for the constructioi of the Broadway wagon bridge. Thor were many anxious inquirers about tli ollleo of the bridge company on Mali street , and throughout the city the live licst interest is felt. Thn fact is Unit th enterprise is conceded to bo a very mi portant ono and many other interests dc pond upon its success. On every aid throughout the day was heard the query "whut about the bridge ? " The only in formation to be given out to the publl is that there were thirteen bids receivei and opened. The bids vurted fron ? 102,000 to f48o,000. It wil bo several days before tli matter is fully determined , and the con tract drawn up and signed. It seem strange that so many queer rumors ar Iloating about. Yesterday there wer some who stoutly declared that the bid ran tip to near a million of dollars , am that the cost of building was so grea that the enterprise would bo abandoned Other repoits are equally absurd , air yet it seems that no rumor can bo started no matter how far from the truth it ma , be , but wluit there will bo found som ready to believe it. Tlioso directly interested in the brjdg have been expecting that the bids migh run up beyond what they had hoped , OH there has been the determination ti build the bridge if it cost anything los than 000.000. With these bids in thcr seems to bo nothing to fear as to the cos and that part of the calculations will b satisfactorily arranged. There are numerous little details , o themselves not essential , and ye Hulliciently important to demand atten tion. In an enterprise of tiiis nuiirni tudo it is necessary that every step shuul bo taken surely so that there may bo m difficulties arising hereafter. One Mini pie of the doubters is as good : u a do/.en A citizen was yesterday wondenni whether the bridge would be built. "Th only thing that makes mo doubt is tha they are so long in getting the worl started. 1 don't see into it. ' Another citi7.au wisely inquired i : return. "You built this store , didn't you llow long was you in planning it am getting ready to build it ? " "Well , com to think about it , 1 was all of one winte and spring in celling ready. " "And ye you think that it it took yon sevcr.i months to arrange for building a stor which cost a few thousand dollars , th bridge folks ought to arrange for $ . " 0),000 ) enterprise in a few weeks ? Yo must remember that you only had yoni self to suit. In the bridge matter ther are a number interested , Uuclo Sam ha a good tleal to say about it , there ar many to consult , a good deal of red tapi many survey ? to make , plans to draw figuring to bo done , and all that. Don1 you think from your oxpcrienco in wittin up this little building that they arc inov ing pretty fast after all ? " The double was evidently convinced. These sort of doubts will never bo re moved from the minds of some until th bridge is completed. To these who lee at the matter with due consideration c the magnitude of the undertaking , thor is more confidence. There have bee several smaller enterprises which hav been laughed tit , nnd declarations hav been made that they would never b started except on paper , and yet almo ; every day sees some of these enterprise actually materializing. The race c doubters is gradually diminishing , an will soon bo whittled down to the min imiini number , it is hoped. Latest improved gasoline stoves at N 504 Main street , W. A.Y ood. Lime , cement , plaster , hair , coal , elc Council Bluffs Fuel company , Wo. 51 Broadway , telephone liiU. An Old Murder Trial. The trial of Jonathan Jones for tli murder of David Roberts is set lor Tuc ! day next. The case is an old ono , bi interest in it is expected to bo rcnowc if the trial takes place as now arrangot Roberts was shot by Jones in 18T8. II was tried and convicted , and sculenee lo the penitentiary for fourteen year After serving n year ho secured a no' trial. Ho was again found guilty , an sentenced to seven years , but gavn a appeal bond , and after further litigatio secured another new trial. The case hr been hanging along in the courts unt now , and it is said that it will surely t tried at this term. It is claimed that tti cause of Jones shooting Roberts was o account of an old feud , arising froi Roberts renting forty acres of land bi longing to Mrs. Jones. The defense sot u was that he killed Roberts in self defcnsi Thcro was some attempt made on Jonei part to justify his hatred for Uobcrls k borne insinuations in regard to the rol : tions pf Mrs. Jones with Roberts , bi these insinuations were indignantly dc nied by the friends of the worthy woma and by these who know her charactc well. It seems that she received som knowledge of these whisperings again her , and that it so were upon her an proved such a burden of shame and so row that she became insane. After heir cared for at an asylum for some time si kept failing in health , And died. Jom is a man who has passed the prime < life , and docs not scorn to bo very vigo ous or capable of serving n very Ion sentence , should ono now bo given as U result of this trial. J. Wk E. L. Squire make beautif abstracts of title , and deserve the su cess they are enjoying. Quietly Divorced. Yesterday a decree of divorce ws granted Mary Dinrks from John Diorki a well-known citizen. The pctilion : iiled by her has been quietly withdraw so that the causes for her seeking mati monhil freedom are not made publ ! Mr. Diorks does not Seem to have olio re any opposition to her securing the d vorco , and the legal separation seems i have been made witli a mutual undo standing and agreement. She is granti $0,500 alimony and the custody of tl children. She is also allowed $1,000 year , to be paid quarterly , for the sui port of the children. Drs. Hanchctt & Smith , ollico No. Pearl st. Residence , 120 Fourth st. Tel phone No 10. Got a I'fuu. Prof. Willoy , of Malvern , averted wh might have proved a serious accident ( the W\bash. : lie was out walking for c crciso and discovered a broken rail. Tl passenger train was duo in a few mi utcs , and the professor , realizing th prompt action was necessary , ho drew handkerchief from his pocket and faste ing it to a stick placed it at the brea Taking another uankerchiof ho convert ) it into a danger signal and moved In : riedly up the track to meet the approac ing train. By a vigorous moving of 1 impromptu signal no succeeded In etc ping the train. The conductor for on 'disregarded the inter-state 'law and i lowed the professor to ride into towi without paying the usual faro. Tin ; ram , bv passing slowlv over the break got in all right. Gold Watches OIK ! Chain * . The largest acd best stock to sclcc from at the lowest prices , at C. B. JACQUKKMIX & Co'9. The Wilson Cnsc. The long-drawn-out case of Mrs. Wil son against the city was argued ycstcrda ; afternoon and given to the jury. The jur ; was out about twenty minutes and re turned a scaled verdict , which will bi opened this morning. The verdict was li favor of the citv. This is a great victor ; for the city , and Attorney Holmes is to b congratulated on his success , or the oil : 2011 s to bo congratulated on having a citj attorney who can make so gallant ar. < able a light. The case was an importan ono and Iho plaintiff's attorneys usci svery possible power to make a winning The properly owned by Mrs. Wilson is lo cated on Vine street and it was groatl ] damaged by the Hoods several years ago She claimed $10,000 daungrs on tin ground that the city had , by its buildiiij of culverts , bridges , etc. , so changed tin natural water ways as to render then Incapable of carrying the water wliicl same in that terrible cloud burst am lioavy rain. She held the city response bio for the damage. The city attorne1 claimed that the city was not at fault that Iho storm was an uuprcecdentcc one , and that it was not such a one as tin eily should provide against. There wa a great amount of testimony taken am Mrs. Wilson lias taken an active part ii the securing of testimony favorable t < tier claims. During the whole trial slu lias been as vigilant as either of her ut tornoys and has looked after her interest with a shrewdness and energy which ha marked her as a woman ot more thai ordinary powers. The ca e will doubt less bo carried up to the supreme court .The importance of the case is more thai iho amount involved directly. There an other cases which would doubtless bi brought should it have been decided tha the city was in any way responsible fo the damages which resulted from tha liood. The Fleet lloso Team. Charlie Nicholson has returned fron Avoca , bringing with him the new hos cart which is to be used by his imlepcnd ent Hose teftiu in competing for the prize at the state tournament at Sioux Uit' ' next month. * The cart is the property o the Avoca department , and has bcei [ reuerou Iv loaned for the occasion. Thi team is composed of licet runners , and ii probably the best amateur learn in tin west. Charlie Nicholson is the man ager , and Charlie Watts captain. Tin otliers in the team arc : Clement Hough Clillbid Hoiifli , Robert Curry , lieorgi Smith , William Olescn , Will Schicsa tanz , James Sears , Niles Scolicld , Chf Hough ) James L'ovalt , Charles Atwood David Williams , Lou Dale , Bruce Howi and J. N. Cochran. The team runs eacl evening at 70 : ! ! on Vine street , in fill running suits , and with the reel. Tin practice runs indicate that any teare getting the pri/o away from them wil needs lly. The First Sliont , A number of the sportsmen have jomc < in the organi/.ation of the Manawa gui club. The club starts with fifteen members bors , and is otllcerod as follows : Pros ! dent , H. B. Sackctt ; vice president , J. 1 Oliver ; secretary , K P. Jones ; trcasnrei A. Bcrcsticn. U is the intent of the clu to have weekly Friday afternoon shoots Yesterday was their first one , the shoo boinc Peoria blackbirds , eighteen yard rise. The following was the score out o a possible ' . ' 5 : Shea 11) ) , Hitrdin 10. Jonc 14 , Cole 9 , Wightman 18 , Saokett C West 10. Rickman 15 , Beresheim 10 , D.i' D. The day was very wnuly , which ae counts for the score not being better. Flro at the Transfer. Shortly after midnight yesterday morr ing , the oil and supply house in th transfer yards caught tire. Locomotiv No. 1,30'whieh has a line engine , ( . Licbold , engineer , and J. W. Samluskj ably assisted by J. T. Hurley , foremar ran'a mile and got water on the buildin in live minutes , saving it. Three or foil barrels of oil and a lot of waste and material torial were burned , in all amounting t about | 400. Some of the carpenters als lost borne of their tools , which wer stored in the house. Crazed Ry n Circus. A girl employed in thn family of M. I Rohrer yesterday went to the circus , an on returning homo was found to bo in cra/ed condition. Whether this was tli result of getting overheated , or of th excitement , is not apparent. It thought that it will prove but a tempi rar.v ailment , but her condition la : evening was quite alarming. The Ijadlo'8 Choral Society. Tuesday , May 24. is the day on whie the now members ( and all who inten becoming members ) of the Ladies' Chen society- must bo present at Mueller' music hall at 450 : ! p. m. , Mrs. D. W. Busl null , secretary. An Ode to the Fifth. liU N. Y. C. While Olkcr's band Is ono ot old , And the Havurmns have the name , The Fifth Kcglment band Is something nc\ But gets there just the same. The Hamblotonian stalion , Arbitrate can bo seen at my stable on Fourth < Bancroft sheets , three doors south o Hattcnlmur's carriage repository. Ho a grandson 9f Rysdyke's Hambletonin on Iho sire side , and a grandson of Men brine chief on the dam side , the ai knowlcdgcd principal products of spec and general purpose horses in Americi and Arbitrator is no exception to tl rule , lie is a horse of great ii dividual merit and speed , and for tl purpose of convincing the breeders < high bred horses that he is all that claimed of him , Iill speed him a ten ( twenty-mile dash on the road to CC pounds' weight with any staliion owno in the country. Breeders of nigh brc horses will make a note of this and can it in their hats , as the owner of thos horses puts all the money ho has or ca borrow into slraight horses , ami not inl books , pamphlets and wind , taikin about their forty-second cousins' po formanccs. Also Colonel Rove , bred by W. H. 1 Colby , of Fort Dodge , la. , sired bv Sta light , by Star of the West , dam by Coi pen , Jr. , by Coupon , by Rysdyko's Han blotonian. This colt is a stranger in strange land , but his breeding is co tainly all any man could wish for. H great and positive individuality , his tri and powerful t > trido , his wonderful coi stitutional powers , and his powcrfi steel-converted frame work , insure f < him a career that will place him amor the grandest stallions in tli west. D. GKAV. Tipton lias a fli-acro tract only tvi miles from tno business center , rich so ! lays to the sunny side , and a fine loc tion for vegetable or fruit farm. A rai chance for some mnn to make a nil home and at the same time make f..OO Identified. A 1m ! Now Tipton has struck thn woi ho has been looking for. "Identified , Yes , that's the exact word to exprosn tt idea , lie is as cloioly identified with tl real estate business of Council Bluffs' as dog is identified with fleas. In fact yi can't think of anything appertaining i the real cstato business without your i terests are identical with his , Ho wi sell you a lot , loan you money to build house , and then iniure'the bouse. SPECIAL NOTICES. Special advcrtlfomcnta , such u Lost , Found 'tolfinn , Kor Snle , 'l\i Kent , Vinnts , Hoimllnif , etc , will tiolnsortoj In thin column ut tlio lou rMuofTENCHN'fSP K LINU forthoOrct luser lonnriJ 'IvoCciitarcrMiioforctiuli utso'iuptii InnTtlon. Lcitvu nJvorllfciiicnts nt our otHcc No. 12 t'curl sticttk iioiuUroaclvwr , Council UluITi _ WANTS. AJsTIlD A uouUmiin Inrvarilnjr ' nl o 11 Rood Imsllor. Apply to ilaso Wise Council Hums. / " WANTMD Yoimir innti to woik about stabli nnd liousi1. Apply to Horace Kverctt , nl oillcu , No. IB 1'oiul siroct only. ItnXT-Ono ollico nnd ono buslnm FOlt room near the now pn tolllco on llrunJwny , One live room house , $1" . Ono thrco room house , $10. One so\on room house , $ - ' . (1. Miiyno. No. fit Plxuli nvo. UK S.M.P.- section ot good In ml In l.ln coin county , Noli , , for u clock ol Imrd WBro. Address Udell llrog. it Co. , No. IDS 1'i'nrl streetCouncil Illmrs , or corner rnrnnni nnd ictli streets , Uinnlui. HAlill A stocK Kenond morclmtidlso In ( rood town In western lo\\n. A llist' clnss cliunco for unv ono wishing to enirniro Ir bu lncsi. Stiu-K will inolcc niiout t-oo urn : will bo sold cheap , 1'or further Information Impure ot M. K. r-mltli v Co. , Oiimlm , or N. C. Phillips , Ilrokur , No. ill ) llrondwuy , Counci Wails. FOlt BALK A choice homo contiilnlntr clphl loouiM , with poiches , tuinui-C , biith room burn , etc , In line tioltfhtioihoodon el\th UT cnui * , between SIMh ami So\until streets , foi ? 4'OU If tukcn within ten iliu > , Cull on or wiltu K. J , luy , No , 3J I'eurl blreot , Counci lllullsi. * SALi-Or Trade-Six ei-rtlona of KOO. FOH hind In Lincoln county , Neb. , on U. 1' , rnllwuy. Cull on or iiddii'ss Udell Hrot ) . & Co. , 101 I'oiirlBt. , Council I ' " T7HH SALE Cheap ; u iiood her i' . Cnn ueul -U three tutautcs. Enquire at No. ITiVesi Hroiidwny. NOTIC15 Will pay the highest prlco for ( list cla 4 < t-olf ' mid chllilrunV - Inily's punti - * \u\r -i-i-n liint t uni t HUD v-iiiiiiiuii r clothiiiK. boots , rthocs , liul.i , etc. D. Uoldstcln Nua. U'lT mill -'a llrondwuy. HOIIHC Cleaning is to be done by nearly all the ladies in the spring. Now is the right time to do this. For ladies , il is a disagreeable but uiKwonl able work , and we make the offer to dc the most troubleactme work of all , that is TO ULKAN THE CARPETS. Wo clean the carpets , velvets , moquottcs , brnssels , or any other kind of carpets , without taking them up , Wo guarantee THAT TUB CAltl'KT WILL 1111 I'Kltl'KCl'IA ULKAN , THAT Till : COI.OKS AUK UKSrOUKU , and that no dust will be left in the car pel. We guarantee our work and refei to prominent parties in this city. Send us i > postal card and wo will cal ! upon you f nd explain in what way om cleaning V'.ikes place. (5. A. FISIIKK. No. ( Wt ; Sixth Avenue , Council Bluffs. Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards Uioiidwuy , Council U'utTs , Opp. Dummy Depo i- no Horses and mules kept constantlyoi hand , for sale at retail or in ear load Orders promptly filled by contract 01 short notiqe. Stock sold on commisilon SiiLurKit'oi ' BULKY , Proprietors. Telephone No. 114 Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , cornel 1st. avo. and 4th street. O. B. ALLEN , Engineer , SurveforMapPubllshei , ATo. 11 Forth J/rtlu St. City and county m\p3 , of cities and countlo In western lowu , Nebrasha and Knnsns. It. ItlUE , M. D. Cancers and other Tumors Removed without the knile or Drawing e Blood. Over ! ! 0 vears Practical experience. No. 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. ORFSTON HOUSE. Theonly Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a Fir Escape , And All Modern Improvements. 215 , 217 and 219 Main St. MAX MOHX Frofl. JOHN V. STUNK. JACOU SIM STONE & S/MS , Attorneys at Law , acticc in the State and Federal Courts Rooms 7 and S Shugart-Bcno Block. COUNCIL BLUITS. THE TROTTING STALLIONS , DR. ARCHIBALE ( Standard No. 2015) ) Sired by Almont Ni 8 ! ! , and "Kecistor. " ( Standard No. fiSl'J Sired by Tramp No. 308 , These stallion will make the season of 1837 at the Conn oil Bluffs Driving Park. For particulars inquire of or address. WAlE CAHY , Council Bluffn , la. REAL ESTATE , Vacant Lota , Lands , City HesUlcncea ani Fnrms. Aero property In western rmrt of cltj All selling clicup to make room for spring stool R. P. , OPFICER , Real Estate Insurance Agent , Itoom 6 , over Ofllcer ' i Pusoy'a Dunk , Cou 'Uiuirs. ' Ifctl Till. I ilinp I. UiU < or UntL YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER. Owing to the DIIWHUI. ttlbTUITT of thi clntb ( which pur [ lalfntl cotfr ticluilrely ) will nt nprfrrltr flr t time worn. Kcqulrtinobreakluvln. MOM ( ( RkllRmu und CoBirurtable Corttt rer worn. Bold 67 all blMlau dealer- _ CKOTTT BKOC. , CMcaco , ItV $100,000.00 $ , Worth of Men's , Boys' and Children's J Hats , Caps and Gents1 Furnishing Goods , At forced Palo , commencing Monday , May 16th , regard less of cost or value at & GO'S. Peoples' ' Store -Below we give n partial list o ] prices during this sale. Summer Coats , all tzcs I'tc each. Men's Sccrtuclier Cohts and Vesta choicest patterns , at Hoc for coat an : VCHt. VCHt.Youths' Youths' and bans' sizes , saim price. Men's suits , couts , pants and rests /or SI , $1.23 , 91.7S , $2.5Ot , ? / and $ < > .5O , all worth double tin money. Men's l/nlon Cassimcre Suits $2.23 , § 2.7r , $ ; i.r 0 , $4.7S , $5.5i and ? . M'en's all wool Cnsslmcre Suits f/ood quality , best styles , cleijant jit- tiitv ( toods , for v < f < 7 , $ ( i , f78 , $ ! and 1O. Jtest qnaliti/ Middlesex blue do ! ) Suits ( Grand Army Suits ) at .fS.at each. This is the best quality made and Is sold by everybody for $12.X ( to if IS. Extra Grand Army but tons alvan with each suit. Mcn'n Worsted Suits , # fi to $ ! ) . Over ftOO suits formerly sold a from .flit to $2O each , will lie salt duriny this arcat sale at10 each. Attention is invited to our lary stock of Boys' and Children's Cloth iny , which aocs reyardlvssofcost , PANTS. Men's WorJilny Pant" , itOc , ( iOc 7."ie , $ ' 1 and $1,25 , worth niorcthai double the money. Men's Union Ciissimcra 1'antf 1OOO nail's at $ L a j > : V , rcgitla , value $8 to # . ? . SOO pairs Men's Woo Jantx $1.,7O , $1.7ft , $2 to $ ; t and up ti $ , t each. Cents' Fufni GOODS. dozen Earl C Wilson's , Fcl lows cC Co.'s , ami other makes ( /cnts Linen Collars , , " > < ; each. 1 case Jtoclefot'd Mixed Scamlcs , Half Jlose at uc. Only 4 pairs to cac ) customer. 2 cases best British Half Jfoee , * pairs for tiSc. ; t cases Men's Fancy Half Hose 3 p airs for 25c. A good I'ercule Shirt for 25c. A good Cheviot Woi Icing Shirt foi A good Straw Hat for fie , A good Men's Undershirt for 1G\ \ and 25c. llEMEMBEIt That each am every article you buy from us is net * fresh goods , direct from the eastcn manufacturers. No old shop-won nor bankrupt stuff that has been re fused by every other town in th < country on account of falling t > pieces from laying and moth-eaten We protect our customers ant guarantee satisfaction In every case Don't fall to attend this great gal and do not postpone your visit to < long , for we wish these goods tob > seenby as many customers as possi ble. HE.MIY EISEMACO.'S PEOPLE'S STORE Dos , 314,316,318 , , and 320 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - I A We are careful what we say In at advertisement , and don't believe i pays to cntlco people into our store , by representations tvhiuh we CAN NOT BACK Ul\ BARGAINS IN NEW GOODS Harkness Brothers , Broadway , Council Bluffs , la * A large stock of fine white summer goods and wash fabrics. 4 A New and Fine Assortment of Parasols , Sunshades - , shades and Umbrellas , ALSO A FULL STOCK OF YOUNG LADIES' CORSETS , Summer Corsets and the Noted Little Jersey Corset. CARPET Department is yet well stocked and invites the attention of everyone about to furnish a home. Also oil cloths , matting , rugs , mats , etc. Do not forget the number , No. 4O1 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Telephone 163. o. cr. Real Estate Broker and Dealers Council Bluift Office , Masonic Temple. Omtilin Olllceo 111 North KUli street. Particular attention fjlvcn to Ill- . vesting fund * lor nun renl- deiits. Special bargain * In lots & aero property In Omaha dc Coun cil BliilI'N. Correspondence nolle- itcd. GARDEN HOSE , Steam , Gas and Water Pipe HEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY , No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa Mall Orders Shipped Promptly. , Swanson Music Company , No. 329 Broadway Council Bluff * ESTEY PIANOS , GAMP & CO.'S PIANOS , ALSO PIANOS OF OTHER MAKES. Estey Organs , Gamp& Co.'s ' Organs and Western GottageOrgans A few comments regarding the Estey Pianos. In every civili/.ed country on tba clobo the niituu of st < > y is a household word with lovers of music : ; it is ft guarantee ) For.tho exquisite quality of tone in musical instruments . , bearing the uamo that com mands confidence , admiration and enthusiasm. Horses % Mules For all purposes , bought and cold , at retail and in lots. Large quantities to select ftoin. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin gle or do'ible. MASON WISE , Council Bluffs illlVIUUIlllllVl IIIHUIIUI Ij I.nrKolmtsIn whlto , black and atl col or a. I'ftt- ' " tern bonnets , huts and toques , a No 1S11 lcru ) lai St. , Oman * , . FllANK S. JIICE , CIVIL ENGINEER , , eitlmntes au < l reports on bridge * . viaducts , foundation * und gunorul enKlnoorlar. Blue prints of RiiyHlzn nnd quantity. Onico No 13 N. Main St. , First National Dank Bloc * . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ E. S. BAltNETT , Justice of the Peace , 418 IJroadway , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or business house in the city. Collections a specialty. OFFICER d5 PUHEY , Council Bin ( Ts , Iowa. EstablUlicd 185T. _ JV , SCHUItX , Justice of the Peace. , Ofllce oyer American Express.