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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , NOVEMBER 1. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS. dFPICB NO. 12 , PKAltlj STHICKT. Delivered by carrier In any part of the city at twenty cents per week. H. Vf TILTOK , . . . Manager. TKLKPJIONKS : JJtJsmr.Kfl Orncr. , No. 4JJ. NlOHT KlllTOH NO. 20. MINOR MENTION. tf . Y. Plumbing Co. Roller , tailor , Full goods chenp. "LHtlo Dossl" The best 5c cigar In the city. Troxoll Bros. , agcntn. The Pall Mall club will glvo thdlr tponlnp ; party of the season nuxt week. Look at the display window at the Domestic oillco , 105 Main btruut. It IB u beauty. November 7 Is now fixed upon ns tbe flato for opening the wtigon pui-t of the Union Pacific bridge. Elder J. Lamburt will preach at Baints church this evening at 7:45 : o'clock. . Public cordially invited. An Omaha laundry firm him leased the two Btory btoro at 380 Broadway for three years , and take possession in u few days. There will he a meeting of the \Vhito Shield or .Social Purity society at the parlors of the Baptist church Thurbday afternoon at it o'clock. The policemen's ball will bo given at the Masonic hall on Thanksgiving night. No pains will be spared to make it one of the greatest bocial events ol the season. Marriage licenses were issued ycstcr- Qay to MuiKjuito Gregolis and Aumiziata Sod ini , both of Omaha , and to Daniel Frunklin and Jennie Leo , both of this city. A six-year-old daughter of Charlej Bloomer , on upper Broadway , fell intc a cistern ycbtonhiy morning , but \viit fortunately seen and rebelled without ( ustaining much injury. That portion of Fiftli avenue between Fourth street and Main street is being prepared for paving. That avenue will probably bo paved cast of Pearl street [ n the next season. It ought to be , foi It is one of the most important streets in Iho city. J. H. Keatlcy hits commenced divorce proceedings to secure a legal separation irom his wife , Mrs. M. J. Keatloy , U whom ho was married in Blair county Pennsylvania , in 18iO. ( In his petition ho claims that in 1873 she deserted hin Mid moved into another state. Miss Sarah W. Iloagland died yester day morning from ulccration of the stomach , at the residence of her brother F. K. Hoagland,610 South Tenth street The deceased wasborn in Union county Now Jersey , and was fifty-nine years o Rgo. The funeral will take place at K o'clock this morning from her late real donee. The proposed plan of the Y. M. C. Ate to establish a well equipped gymnasiun and fit up bath rooms is meeting will much encouragement. Over fifty namei have already been secured , and the secretary rotary , Harry Curtis , expects to huv < the desired two hundred in about twi weeks. Another month will probabl ; see everything in running order. S. E. Maxon is circulating a potitioi among the property owners on Ilarrisoi street to have that thoroughfare pavei this fall , elbe the heavy fall rains wil wash out the present work bb as to cntai ' extra and unnecesbary expense if th work is loft until spring for completion This work was ordered done by th common council , along with a lot ( other paving , but lack of funds has pr < vented the completion of the worl This action is taken as an economi measure as well as ono of convenicnc to those most interested. A number of ladies had a wicrd Ha lowo'on party last evening at the hous No 717 Fh-st avenue , out of which Mi and Mrs , Jossolyn just moved ycsterda' having taken a residence across tl : street. The parlors thus vacant wei filled last night by a merry gatherin of maiddns fair , who tripped the ligl fantastic to the music given by a lom Bomo violinist the only masculine pe : inittcd within the sacred precinct The usual Hallowe'en suporstitioi wore sprortivcly entered into by tl maidens. Overtoil's mission was crowded Sui day night. It is planned to keep up tl meetings every night this week als The church , formerly occupied by tl United Brethren , has been purchase and is being moved to the lot now occ plod by the mission. This will give i creased room , and will bo ready for n panoy by a week from now. It is tl intention to maintain these meetings undenominational in their charactc and an effort will bo made to get tl several pastors of the city to condu services there from time to time. The city council meets this ovcnii for the special purpose of opening bi for grading 'Broadway to the rive There wore some bids received on tli work some time ago , but they were t jcctod , as two of the three bid wore u accompanied by bonds , and bo the whc of them wore rejected , and a readvc tisomont had , the now bids to bo in noon to-day. There are two Bopani bids asked for , ono for the grading ei of Twenty-fifth street , the other for t grading west of that. If the bids a reason able the council will doubtlcbs 1 the work to-night. Hallow'en has for years been an am versary of mischief-making for the beef of this city especially. Few cities ha Buffered more from the pranks of tl event than has Council Blufi's. T sport has boon carried so far that ceased to bo sport and became an utt recklebsucbs and entire- disregard i the property or rights of individun Gates and signs have become comm property , and , not content with can ing these off , the boys , some of a ratli largo growth , liuyo gone so far as to ( btroy property , tip over out buildii and cause , in some cases , serious da ngo. Last night there wore extra ] licemen put on duly in order to prove if possible , this riotous observance the night. Self rising buckwheat , fourteen co a package , two for twenty-live cei Troxoll Bros. OVKIICOATINGS ! Greatly reducedln price so you cans : $10.00 to $15.00 on u coat , far bettor r cheaper than you can buy ready ma Keitcr. the Tailor , No. S10 Broadwnj Mrs. II. Leo , 1123 Upper Broadw Dressmaking and Bowing in priv families. Silk , Swiss , Brussels , Notti ham lace and dr-apory curtains in gr variety. Council Bmflfu Carpet Co. , Broadway. Best mince . meat , three pounds twenty-flvo cents. Troxell Bros. ' Every ono making a cash purchas 25 cents' at T. D. King & Co's. ci Btoro gets a chnnco in the annual pi drawing. Twenty elegant prizes. . * . * List your property with Cpopoi Judson , No. 1.0 Main et. . Starch , ' seven cents per pound , 'tli wounds for twenty cents , at Tro THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS , A Now Term of Court With Judge Loofbourow Presiding. A CONFIDENT ANTI-PROHIB. What It CoMH to Ilun the City An Kipcnsivc Hpnrk From a Loco motive Snenk Thieves Indulge In liurglnrjr. Opening of Court. The November term of the district court opens to-day , Judge Loofbourow presiding. The bar docket contains 764 cases , and makes quite Iv portly volume. Of this number there are thirty-seven criminal cases ; 803 equity cases , and 410 law. The liquor prosecutions cause the number of cases to be swelled greatly , there being about a hundred 01 these. There is the usual number of divorces , fourteen. The following are the grand jurors drawn : W. B. Hied , Kane ; O. II. Lucas , Lewis ; Win. Schooning , Wash ington ; /onus Brown , Nuola ; Henry Ribhton , York ; Hugh Prltchard , Knox ; J. R. McRno. Garner ; W. S. Thorp , Carson ; K. Walker , Bolknap ; John Kemer , Mlnden ; S. R. McKlhiney , Boomer ; A. B. Smith , Boomer. The petit jurors are : J. G. Wilson , Kane ; M. W. Clark , Kane ; B. T. Con nor , Kane ; F. S. Halliday , Kane ; J. C. Medlar , Kane ; L. Swcringen , Kane ; Gco. Fairiimn , Kane ; T. S. Smith , Kane ; C. It. Mitchell , Kane ; Chas. Shcrraden , Kane ; A. Rittur , Kane ; A. Noack , Kane ; F. B. Kost , Kane ; A. S. Carter , Washington ; Daniel McCune , Boomer : J. R. Willmott , Neola ; L. A. Hatswell , Grove ; J. 11. Hough , Ha/el Dell ; Joe Thomas , Minden ; Isaac Walker , Rockford ; John McGill , Boomer ; R. U. Galloway , Silver Creek ; Fred Haskins , Garner ; E. Plook , Car son. son.II. II. Eiscman & Co. are offcringbig bar gains in dress goods this week. Set their ad. in another column. Fine white clover honey , eighteen cents per pound tit Troxell Bros. Mesdamcs McKune , Oblinger and Froynor will give n party on Friduj night of the present week in honor ol Misa Hcnkol , of Goshen , Ind. Aboul UUO pei-bons will bo invited. Not Frightened Ity Klnes. "What about it now ? " was the qucrj fired by a BKE reporter at ono of tin most prominent of those engaged ii lighting the prohibition law. "It's all right. The bullions won't be closed in Council Bluffs. Those wh < stick right to it , and who carry theii cubes to the bupreme court will be al right. ! never was more confident ii my life about anything. I'm no lawyer but I know what the best lawyers in thi btato think about it , and I've been get ting thoroughly posted. I wouldn't bi taking the chances I am if I wasn't jus as biu-o of coming out nil rignt as I an of being alive. " "You don't have much hope this sidi of the United States bupreme court , d you ? " "Well , no , not very much , but I tel you when the cases are reached ther you will bee what I'm telling you is t-c It looks to reason. A democratic presi dent is not going to put anybody but democratic justice on the bench. Th court stands four against four on thi question , and what will the new man do Hero is republican Kansas and republican can Iowa , both prohibition , now do yo think ho will go ahead and help proh : bition ? Not by u long sight. Ho wi bo against it , first , last and all the tirni When these cases come up you will fin them kicked over the fence in a hurri There is no doubt but that the law : unconstitutional in some respects , an the supreme court will decide bo yo SCO. " "But isn't it a littio dangerov monkeying with the buzz saw while yo are waiting for the supreme court 1 throw the bolt olT , and btop tli machinery11" ! "Dangerous ? How so ? Suppose the fine a follow. What then ? Ho sure ] has got some right to appeal , and ha\ his case reviewed by some higher com- ' Ho can't bo kept from asking the Unite States supreme court from considerin the matter can he ? That's all there to it. If I wasn't so sure as to what tl supreme court will do , I might think dangerous , but I'm dead certain the la will bo knocked endways. It ibii reasonable , and _ the supreme court , wil democrats holding the club , ain't goiti to make it a pot. No , I'm sure she's u right. I don't ' got it from the lawyo who are hero , but I've got it from othi good authority , and I know what I' talking about. " Ono thousand head of ono , two at _ three-year-old steers for sale. Willgi1 credit to reliable parties. Enquire A. J. Grconamayer , 023 Mynstcr si telephone 121. Raisins London layers , cighte < cents per pound at Troxell Bros. Wads worth , Etnyro < fc Co. , 23G Ma street , make reliable abstracts of pro crty in Pottawattamio county. The Police Hound Uj > . Fines were assessed quite rapidly the police court yesterday mornin Frank Mercer , W. A. Brown and The doro Brown all pleaded guilty of boil drunk and disturbing the peace , ai were taxed S9.GO each. For want of tl wherewithal to liquidate the claims the law , thev wore returned to jail. William 1-Sllis was charged $8.10 foi simple drunk. J. Drummond was fined $17.70 f carrying concealed weapons and d turbing the peace. tsS. The cases of John King , J. McGn S. and Frank McBride for larceny Iron building in the night time were r ready , but will comO'iip to-day. T articles stolen wcro ovoi coats , whi , - ' -e were taken from' Noumayer's hotel a id o. from Bell Clover's place. J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money D"Lct Her Go Gallagher , " "Lit y.to Boss. " Best live cent cigar in the ci to Troxoll Bros. , agents. 1'aiits ! Pants ! 1 at Just received , n largo now stock 05 pants goods.-on which special barga ! are now olTored , at present reduc prices. 'Pants made to order can bo h or as cheap as ready mado. Roller , the Tailor , No. 310 Broadway of Crooks nt AVork Again. ar zo Burglars were busy in the. city Suiu night. They entered three stores Wes.t Broadway , ' but did not mink very largohaul , At.'E. 'Jil. . Hubbai they obtained a few cigars. . llcn'ry 1 'CO ' long does not miss'anything , but 1 Rupcli is'out about $75.orl80. Entrai was obtained by breaking out git Tholr work indicates them to bo more of the sneak thief than of the profes sional burglar. It is a noticeable fact that there are more burglaries in the city during the full moon than at any other time. Why it is so isyet to be ex plained. In thiscaso the light-fingered gentry loft no clue to their identity. Money to loan. Cooper & Judson. Down Comforts and Sofa Pillows. Down and feathers in bulk. Council Bluffs Carpet Co. , 405 Broadway. A Illtf Prize For You I A combination sewing machine and writing desk worth $75.00 and a $15.00 Moo.uctto rug. all for ONE DOLLAII. One hundred tickets will bo sold at # 1 each. Drawing to take place Nov. 10th. This is a square deal. Call at "Domes tic office , 105 Main st. , and see. The Clty'H HxpciiNPB. City Auditor Kinnohan has completed the report of the city's expenditures for October. General fund . I Ir,2i.40 Police niul marslinl . lirj.iti Streets mitl alleys . IKO.IO Kire department . Tuo.IO City engineer's department . ii-J-l.lO Gns anil street Ininpt . SJt'S.iH ' ) Printing unil supplies . ) .V.ir > Intel section . IJO.VIO Police cash fund . ( CIV IT Total . ? .VTUH ; There were special levies for ! -o\\cr intersections , f l.oJKi.27. Special grading assessment , .f 2.000. Sinch March 15 the expenditures have boon : General fund . J .VOjri.ai 1'olk'o mid innrslml . l.'J'.Hl.Ml Streets tint ! alloys . -V.iW.M ) Flru department . -UUvni City engineer's department . ' ( I'.Ki.-JH ( iiis anil stieet lamps . -J..lll.i'li ' Printing anil supplies . I , Mil. 4.1 Damages and condemnation . 1,1 17.117 I 'ark . ' 'JMI.IH : Library . ] , -J'ir. II' ' Intel sections ofewers . Mi'JU.Ti Special puvinp assessment . 'J.iilN.tVI Special grading assessment . "vVJO.iV ; Intersection grading . l.s.Vt.i ( Police cash fund . 7,111'ti.V. ' Water rent . Ki.iHHl.di Sewer district No. 2 . .1,115.7 : Indian creek ditch . J.'tKi.tV : Old sewer . Total The finest line of pon-pons , bannei rods , banner ornament.etc. . , in tlu city at "Domestic" ollice , 105 Mail street. Look out for BIG BARGAINS in Call fornia fruits next Saturday at Tro.xel Bro's. Ijitcrary and Social. If you want to have a good time am spend the evening profitably , attend tin Y. M. C. A. literary and social to b < held this evening at 8 o'clock. I'ltOUIIAMMl : . instrumental Music Miss Ploiniii Ko.uliiiK Joseph Well Convention lmi > rt-ssions of "Thu Leuilei s" W. P. Oftli-c "The Hiblo Work" H. Cuiti "Tho Youii } ? Men's riui viiiW. . S. Homo "The Farowoll" W. A , Gooln-in tfOCMI. INTJ.IOIIsMOV. Music Miss Kluniiii "Why I Am a Politli-lun" ' . .T. Hiivln- Select KcailiuB 1'rof. Carothoi The Clock K\hllltioii. There will bo on exhibition for fou days at H30 Broadway near Berhtle' hotel , commencingto-inorrowafternooi : ono of the greatest mechanical clock over put on exhibition in this country The clock occupies a space of 200 cubi feet , has 2(15 ( wheels , 122 moving figure : and pendulum. The New York Worl of July 2 ! > , 1880 , bays : "This clock was brought froi Germany in December of h\bt year an is the greatest invention of the preset day. Among the things which . ' represents are the four generation ; boven heathen gods , twelve signs ( the Zodiac , twelve apostles , fourbea.son moon , globe , btars , etc. It must be .see to be appreciated. It is probably tli nearest approach to perpetual mutio thathas ever been achieved. Admisbio only 10 cents. Itroke a I cg. Harry , son of George A. .Kcolini met with a painful accident Sunda ; As ho was riding a Broncho on tippi Broadway , the animal slipped on tl wet paving and fell across the rider leg , breaking the largo bone just alxn the ankle. Dr. Lacey was called to 1-1 duce the fracture and put the youn man in a fair way of recovery. lie wi lot horses alone for the next few wcel and try crutches for a change. It IH Sui-priMtig ! ! But n fact. You can get an elegant u : bolstered rocker , spring scat and cni for nothing , 105 Main St. A Costly Jpnrk. About $3,000 worth of property b longing to Matthias Blumenstoin , nci the Northwestern roundhouse , went i in smoke Sunday evening. A pnssir engine is supposed to have started tl fire , which was first discovered in a hi stack. A barn , granary and carriti } house were destroyed. The -fire dopai meat was early on hand , but was unab to do much on account of scarcity water. The property was insured in tl London , Liverpool and Globe for $2,5J ( E. II. Shcafo loans money on chatt security of every description. Priva consulting rooms. All business strict confidential. Oillco , 500Broadway , co nor Main street , up stairs. Personal I'nraKrupliH. F. P. Ryei-bon , of Spencer , la. , was the Kiel house yesterday. Judge Reed , of the supreme coin spent Sunday at homo in this city. Gcorgo Whitehead and T. P. W Hams , of Oakland , la. , were hero yi torday. J. A. Frnzlor , of Silver City , spp r Sunday night in the city , return ! ) homo yesterday Hon. John T. Cain , rcpresontati from Utah , stopped at his cousin's , Huntington , as ho passed through t city yesterday. Rev. Mr. Rees , of the Broadwi Methodist church , left yesterday f Shenandoah , to attend the district co fcrenco , which will bo in session un Wednesday night. Mrs. Adams loft for her homo Michigan yesterday morning , after visit of several weeks with her son , ' . J. Adams , of the Wells , Fargo expri company in this city. Mrs. Conrad Goleo was reported yi terday as somewhat better , althoui her condition is still serious. Anoth operation was performed Sunday , i lioving her at least temporarily. Mr. D. Hoist is arranging to take 1 family to California to spend the winti Ho expects to start with them nc week , uut will return to look after t Kiel hotel , leaving the family the until spring. m P. J. and' August Boysen have i ' turned from their' father's' funeral n Clinton. The deceased had been a n ; dent of thisBtato for eighteen years , t o- last.threcyof which were spent with 1 r. [ bons-.in this. city. L-0,1 William H. Ohloimichor , manager is. I the Council Bluffs handle factory jwill to Missouri this week lo purchase tim ber for the manufacture of handles. The supply hn junt been oxhausted.nml the works will bo compelled to Ho idle until the new stock arrives. Rev. Mr. DeLong and wife ImAo re turned from Shenundoah , where he has boun supplying the ptilpit for two Sun days past. They will remain with friends here for a time , being now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harkness. "What i homo without a mother ? " Whv it is about as conifortloss as a man tle-piece In winter time without a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough .Syrup. Tic douloureux or neuralgia can bo permanently cured by the use of Salva tion Oil. Price 25 cents. FIVE REMARKABLE MEN. How the Cane of Iho Anni-c-hUlN "Was Presented to the Supreme Court. Washington correspondent Philadel phia Record : Five remarkable looking men were the counsel for the anarch ists as they stood waiting for Justice llarlan on Friday morning before the closed door of the supreme court consul tation room , down in the basement of the eapitol. There wax , first of allCen- eral Ben Butler , of Massachusetts- litlle balder , a little blindm- and a good deal fuller than usual. He looked bet tor than he has for a longtiinu.altliougli IIP does get grayer and pulller every year. Friday morning ho looked as though ho had just stepped olT tin1 America's deck \\ith the breath of the sea still in his no-trils. His bad eye winked as though the salt ' pray was Hy ing in it. and he kept his mouth shut tiylit as a set-olT. Butler looks in I ! guru ami attitude very niui-h like Bcecher. and with nil his1 good clothes and his boutonnii-i-e * can novel-hope to look ele- gnnt. Hon. John Randolph Tucker is a vt'i-v line looking man. and on Friday hn looked particularly well. His thick , silky , velvety hair had been freshly trimmed , his ruddy faoe newly shaven. , and ho wore a now suit , and his double glasses , and could not well have been improved upon. General Roger A. Pryor looks liku John Wilkes Booth. Ho must have a hundred wrinkles in his clean shaven face. his thoujrhts have seemingly been registered there instead of in his brain. His long , black hair and his big lower lip. with his piercing , sparkling eyes , give his face an eerie look , sometliiiig like Mr. Kdwnrd Hjdo's. Black and Solomon , the Chicago counsel , anas striking in appearance aihoir more di tinguUheu associates. Black , who is n brother of the commissioner of pen- -ions , looks verv much like him except that he is a littio taller a large , uell- formed , good-looking man with gray hair. Solomon , is a little , lithe , pock marked , benrdlesJew. . with the thick , black hair and thei curved , prominent nose of his race. Before them stood a meek. Ittllc side-whiskered court mes senger , keeping the door. Behind them stood a scoru of newspapermen and law.MM-s. .lu--t"'ilt the moment when everybody had shifted from one foot to the other for thu tenth time the big , broad. lee c-jointcd form of Kontuekj's ropre-entntivo in tin-supremo court'of the United State * tiled up the vista doixn thu corridor. As he came nearer the waiting little eiowd sx\v that he hud on his old clothes , and his big. white necktie and llaring collar about his big red neck as usual , with a big umbrella under his left arm and a new cane under his right. "Good morning , gentlemen , ' ' lie said , in his hollow bass , nodding hi--great head right and left. "Shall I let them in , sir , " said the small doorkeepcr.looking up to him with marked deference. "C'ortainl.i , certainly ; walk in , gentlemen , " said .lustico llarlan.an he strode before them into the quaint littio room with its curi ous alcove * , taking otT his hat as ho crossed the lhve.ihold.und bo giving full \ iew of his splendid head , which , alas , glows balder and balder. Ho did not take oft his overcoat , however , as he felt the need of ollieial robes' , 1 suppose , and at any rate knew that the proceed ings would bo very brief. He sat down at the head of the consultation tablein vited the counsel to sit down at its sido.s , which all did except Solomon , who , with true Chicago modesty , stood up in the rear and drew a page or two of legal cap from his pocket. Then ho said : "Gentlemen , I have a memorandum here which I want to read"and ho read the statement sending the application to the full bench. Of course , there was nothing for counsel to do but to go up stairs to the supreme court-room , get out their printed briefs , which they had reufly , and wait until the court would meet , at noon. Thou Pryor , whoso elo cution and gesticulation are on Iho Law rence Barrett order , presented the up plication fora writ ol error in an argu ment which the court cut down jusl about one-half by pertinent questions , much to Pryor's inward disappointment A very little of such oratory as his goes a long way with our present supreme court. Business is business with it , and the fewer frills the better. An ordinary sore throat should not be neglected , as it may develop a Boriou' and dangerous character , use Dr. J. II McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balm. 2- ' cents a bottle. Hank Monk'n Kpltnph. The monument subscribed for by the citizens of Nevada to Hank Monk , tin famous stage driver , whoso body lies ii a lonely defile in the Colorado moun tains , near the Clear Creek road , wil bear these words : ; HANK MONK , ; The Whitest , Biggest Hcaited and Best ; Known Stage Driver of the West , ; Who was Kind to All and Thought 111 of ; None. f Ho lived in u Strange Kra and w.is a ; Hero , ; And the Wheels of His Coach arc Now ; Kinging on Golden Streets. KnorinoiiH of thirty tons is given to every cake o Cashmere Bouquet toilet soap. It out lasts all others' . JOHN V. STOVE. JACOU SIMM STONE & SIMS , ' y rI I Attorneys at Law , Practice In the State and Federal Courts. Olllc n Kooms 7 and 8 Shusurt-Heno lllock , Council a lilutld , loua. is FINEST LANDAUS : Coaches and Hacks in the City. it- l10' WILLIAM.WELCH. 10' . . Is. OFFICES : I No. 416 Broadway-The Manhattan. ' Of I . \ . Telephone No.3 ,0I No. CIS Main StrMt , Telephone Ko ; , ' PEOPLE'S STORE Is Drawing Crowds Their Elegant Stock AND LOW PRICES DO IT. Special Bargains For This Week in Combination DRESS PATTERNS , Allofonr$45 Jwts Pattern * go 'or $ ZX. All of our $35 Vi-css Pattern * gofer for $2O. Ail of our $25 Dress Patterns < to 'or $ Ui.W. All of our 980 Dress Patterns gofer for 914 , All of our fJS Dress Patterns gofer for * IV. All of our $15 Dress Patterns gofer for $1O. All of our $12 Dress Patterns gofer for # V. All of our 91O Dress Patterns gofer for $ < i. Be sure anil be on liand early , as as at these prices these beautiful goods will go f fiat. We huae over 1OOO of these Com bination Suits to select from. CLOAKS , WRAPS and SUITS This W. Hundreds of new styles added to our stock every dag. No house in Ihe west can show you such a com plete assortment as we can , and fully 33 per cent you will save by buying Cloa1sfrom us. Each and every department in our house will have SPECIAL BARGAINS this week , lie sure and call at the GREAT MONEY SAVING STORE , where you will always get good treatment and the best goods for the money. &CO. , ,316,318,1(1 , , , ( BROADWAY , Council Bluffs , - . - la. ' * ' , ' . * . . ' - - - - - - Mall orders solicited. ' Samples ' . ' ' 'tent on application Pyramid of Modern Time ! 4O1 1111001 4 Hundred 1 Four 100 and 1 | L. L. 51 19 31 100x101x100x100-401 * Amt. $100xlO-$10-The saved on every $10O by dealin'g at 1O4 algebriac equation : Let A-401 and ex q z , m e-what our competi tors say. Result : Go to 4O1 for Fall Goods , Silks , Dress Goods , Underwear , Flannels , Carpets , Oil Cloths , Axminster , Moquettes , Body Brussels , Tap estry Brussels , Three-ply Ingrain Matting , Rugs , &c. , &c. , &c. , &c. , &c. 4 = 01 BKO .IDTXr-A Harkness Bros D. H. McDANELD & CO. , Hides , Tallow , Pelts , Wool and Furs. Highest Market Prices. Prompt Returns. KM and 822 Mnln Strcet.Council Itltiirp.Iowa. Ogden Boiler Works CARTER & SON , Prop's. Manuf ftcturcrf of AND SHEET IRON WORK. Orders by moll for repairs promptly attended to. Satisfaction guaranteed. ] 0th Avenue. Ad dress Ogden Iron Works , Council lllulls , Iowa. CRESTON HOUSE , Main Street , Council Bluffs , , Only Hotel In the City with Fire Es cape. Electric Call Bells. Accommodations First Class , Rates Always Reasonable , MAX MOHN , Proprietor. FINLEY BURKE , Attorney - at - Law. Second Floor Drown nulldlnff , IIB FEJAK.IJ STK.BBJT , COUNCIL BLUFI'S , . . . . IOWA SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE. ndvcrtkumciits , such as Lost.Fonnd , SPECIAL , 1'or Salt1 , To Kent , Wants , Hoarding , etc.nlllbc Inserted In this column at the low ratoofTKN CUNTS I'KK LINK for the nrct In sertion and Five Cents I'ur Line for each subse quent Insertion. Leave advertisements lit our olllce No. 12 Pearl Street , near Uroadway , Couu- ell Illulla. Iowa. WANTS. A peed dlnlngroom gill ; al o n WANTED at Home Itt-stiuiruiit , 1M7 Jlioad- way. STOCK Cows , calves nnd llvo stock LIVE . Will trade forty acres of land for live stock. Good title and warranty deed. Apply to Horace Everett , Council llluffa , la. TTTOU KKNT An elKh room house centrally J.1 located. KiMiulieoMV. T. Cole , Wt Itarl street. TJ10K HENT Houses and furnished rooms. J. -P It. Davidson. W Fifth avenuu. mOEXCirANGK rorCounrlllllulTs or Omaha JL property , a retail stock of boots and shoes , unt , Hwu. Call at store. No. TO8 Drouths uy , or ildiess It. Martin , Council UluQX lowu. T710K SALE Second-hand Columbia bicycle J } very cheap , fci-lnch , ajt Uce ol ce. hundred thousand dollars to loan on ONR estate and chattels by F. J. Day , M Pearl st. lots and acre property for sale by BUILDINU ' F. J. Day , ifJ Pearl at. SALE OK T/lAPE-For Council IllulM property , 40,000 acrea of Iowa and Ne- liraxVa laud. J. It. Rico , 110 Main nt. , Council Ululfd. ' "Clou KENT A finely furnished front room. , X ? first floor , In' private residence near court bouse , Water In room , lighted and heated. J.arL'o clostt. . llefer nc 8 required. . FINE MILLINERY } NEW FALL STYLES OPEN , 1514 DOUGLAS STREET , . . . OMAHA Real Estate Vacant Lots , Lands , City Res < idences and Farms. | Aero Property In western part of the city. AI belling cheap. ' R. P. OFFICER , Real Estate and Insurance Agent/ / Itoora 5 , over Ofllcer & rusoy's Hank , Counci H I own. Star Stables and Mule Yard liroailu ay , Council Dluffs , Opp. Dummy Dcpo Horses and mules constantly on liuiul , tot sain at retail or In car lonil lots. I Onlya promptly tilled by contract on short notice ; , Stock sold on commission. Telephone 114. BOIII.UTKK & I10I.EV. Opposite Dummy Depot , Council Itluffs. TWO Trotting - Stallions FOR SALE CHEAP ! STANDARD , UNDUlt HULK 0. WADE GARY , Council Bluffs , E. 3. BARNETT , JUSTICE OF THE PEACE , 415 Sroai 47 , Council Bluffs. Hefcis to any bank or buslnes house In the city Collections a specialty. ' OFFICER & PUSEV , BANKERS COO Jlroodway , Council IlltHM , Iowa. Kfctabllahei ] 1NJ7. N. SCHURZ , Justice of the Peac& Office Over American F.cpre , No. 1W . WJ