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THE OaiAHA DAILY BEE : MttDAT. JUNE 7 , 18-9.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNOnTBLUPFS.
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IS'JQHT EUITOII , No.s ) .
M1NOU JIBN'IION.
N. Y.PlumblnR Co.
D. W. Otis , city nnd fnrm loan * .
A craml hull is tlio prlnclp.il nttrnctlon at
Lnko Mnnnxva this evening.
Tlio Retail MorclmnU1 association mods at
the library rooms In the court house , this
evening.
J. J. Stork has received the BIU ! intelli
gence of tlio tlcoth of his sister In the Johns
town flood.
City Auditor Hammer lost three relatives ,
nn aunt nnd two cousins , In the Pennsyl
vania disaster.
The Master Mnsons who attended the
grand lodge at Sioux City this week , re
turned homo last evening.
A. Latnpro was arrested last evening ami
locked up ; charged with being Insuuo. Ho
will have nn examination this morning.
All members of the Sonovton club ore re
quested to meet nt Dohany's opera house this
evening at 7:3J : o'clock , for a full rehearsal.
I.1 Julius Scar , a farmer residing about eight
. miles cnRt of this city , has been adjudged In
sane and sent to tlio nsylum ut Mount Pleas
ant.
Marrlago licenses were Issued yesterday to
Aleck Edwards nnd Grace Uldncor. both ot
Omnha , nnd Frank Hniibcn .ind 13. Agnes
McCnfferty , both of thli city.
* J. B. Allen took out n building permit yes
terday morning for the erection of a $1,000
> residence on Avenue C , between Twenty-
sixth and Twenty-seventh streets.
The funeral of John Doyle , the young man
who wus crushed to death under the wheels
of a moving dirt wagon n few days ago , took
place nt 8 o'clock yesterday morning irom
St , . Francis Xavlcr's ' church.
L. A. Caspar has disposed of his vegetable
fnrm near tne Chautauqun grounds. He sold
nine acres for J'J.OUO. The tract was well im
proved , being provided with hot houses ,
wind mills , etc.
Harry , son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Rofl-
corn , died Wednesday nittht. The funeral
will take place at U o'clock this afternoon
Irom the Hroadwny M. 13. church. Friends
invited without further notice.
The now hose house on Lower Broadway
will bo erected on plans similar to the
Upper Broadway house , except that it will
. not bo so large. It will bo an ornament to
that part or the city.
The Juvenile P. Lncy hose team has been
photographed by Gorham. The youngsters
appear with their cart , and make a very line
snowing. They will bo ono of tlio features of
the grand parade next Wednesday morning.
The free temperance meeting at the Pres
byterian church , last evening , was very well
attended. Mrs. Washington is n very pleas
ing and entertaining speaker , nnd presents
old truths and arguments in an interesting
manner.
The board of county supervisors completed
their work ot equalization of assessments
yesterday afternoon , and began to grind on
the regular routine business of the quarterly
session. They will complete their labors for
the term In about four days.
The work of putting up the decorations for
the tournament was commenced yesterday
afternoon nt the corner of Broadway and
First street. It will require several days to
complete the work , as the lines of lings and
bunting will extend down Broadway over
half a mile.
t
, Ti D. Boyle was arrested last evening for
assaulting a Mrs. Hyun , an Omnha woman ,
on Upper Broadway. The woman wanted
to net articles , which she claimed were her
t property , from a certain house in that part
, ot the city , and Boyle objected to lettinir
* them go. Ho Involuntarily accepted the
' _ _ 'hospitality of the city for the night.
Hon. James Lyman has received a letter
from Corporal James. Tanner , stating that
* Jio would be in this city about July 5 or 0. Ho
is to visit Topcka nnd the Crete Chautnuqua ,
nnd will make a short stop in Council Bluffs.
The veterans of Abe Lincoln post are pre
paring to hold a grand camp flro on the occa
sion , which is looked forward to with much
anticipation.
Calantho assembly , No. 1 , Pythian Sister-
1 hood , will give a sociable this oveniilg at the
residence of Charles Scanlan , No. HO Vine
street , for the benefit of the Johnstown suf
ferers. Ice cream and cake will bo served.
Everybody is invited to be present , and all
Knights of Pythias are especially requested
to bo present. The entire proceeds will bo
turned over to tlio relief fund.
William Collins , living on TA-enlieth ave
nue , in the southern part of the city , was
arrested yesterday for the larceny of a pig
from a neighbor. Collins got. possession of
the porker last Monday , and claims that ho
purchased it and is the lawful owner. The
case was sot for a hearing this morning , and
Collins gave bonds for his nppearauco and
was released.
11 The squatter eases of Shoemaker vs Suits ,
Kimball ct al were on trial in the superior
court yesterday. These cases , involving the
ownership of property nt the lower end of
Ninth avenue , are getting quite chcstnutty ,
BO far ns the public is concerned , but the
court will experience no relief Jtroui them for
eomo time yet.
The ladies band , of Carson , will attend the
* tournament. They will drive across the
country , owing to the very poor accommoda
tions furnished that place by the railroads.
They state that It would require an absence
f three days in order to stay ono day at the
tournament , but by driving they can remain
in Council Bluffs moro than twice as long ,
- and still get homo in less time than they
could by rail. They will compete for tbo $100
prize.
The local Firemen's association held a
meeting at the city building last evening to
perfect all details in the arrangements for
the tournament. The attendance was small
and the meeting adjourned until this oven
ing , , when every member of the executive
.committee , the chief marshal und all hU
aides are requested to bo present , to make
all Html preparations , decide on the line of
march , etc. It is imperative tnat all these
ofllcers shall bo present.
Notes and mortgages bought anil sold ,
money loaned ; flro insurance. Robert
V. Innes , 80 Pearl st.
Uolslor's Oyster Buy oho ] > liouso and
restaurant day and night , G03 Broadway.
Dangler vapor stoves at cost cliango
location. Shugart & Co.,211 Broadway.
Try now Metropolitan rooms and table
your old furniture upholstered
good as now. K. Morgan , 702 Broadway
Woolsoy & Long paper rooms neat ,
quick , cheap. 31 Main , tel 203.
Tnpw of llio Fire Hell.
A still alarm of flro called No. 1 hose rco
to tlio yards of the Chicago lumber company
yesterday morning , The Jlamcs wcro
easily extinguished and the damage was
nominal.
A lire alarm turned In yesterday forenoon
was caused by a crossing of the wires in the
Bcuthcrh part of tlio city , where certain re
pairs were being made by the electrician ,
Finest Ice Cream in city , Dricslmch's
double parlors , 35 Main at.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money ,
The Now Ogden is catching traveling
mon at $2 per day.
Free
Until July 1 , 18SH , I will give free
four (4) ( ) extra cabinets to all those getting -
ting one dozen cabinets at the regular
price , e . Sixteen cabinets for fcl.OO
only , I do this to show up my now
Bcouery , styles and work , finished in my
own plaeo und by my own personal ox
porienco. IlAituv SCHMIDT ,
220 Main st. , opposite court liouso
*
Dodlno Roofing. Birldnbino En
ninoorlng and Supply Co. , 115 Pear
St. , Council Blullb.
A SECOND ELECTRIC LINE ,
The Scheme Neither Dond Nor Sloop-
lug1 , Though Rather Qolot.
TWO LITTLE FIRE ALARMS.
Tlic Pytlilnn KnlnlitH to llnvc R Grcnt
Unity Acclilcnt to Chris Hoscit
I'ctly Police Cases Hellnf
Concert ,
The latest Motor hliir.
"Yes , slrcc , that road will bo built , nnd
vork will bo commenced this season , " was
he reply of ono of the projectors of the now
electric motor line scheme , to a tpMcstlon pro-
loundcd by TUB line. "You see all that Is
Inlnylng us Is the Union Pacific company ,
'or nt eoon as they give us pcrmlssslon to
cross their bridge , the work will bo com-
ncnccd. Yes , indeed , Assuredly I think
, hey will let us crosi. 'ihoy want to make
nonoy just ns much as anybody , nnd that
voulil put n good many thousand dollars In
heir pockets , if they refuse.it Is not 1m-
) osslblo to build another bridge. Avenue G
s open to us to the river , nnd that Is just
about whnro the next bridge across the Mis
souri at this point will be built. But wo
von't have to wait for that , for the right of
vay across the Union Paclllo ; vlll bo se
cured. All our stockholders , with two or
lirce exceptions , hnvo signed the accept
ance of the ordinance passed by the council ,
and the scheme Is still being pushed. Don't
' think for n minute that it has fallen
hrough. The mills of the gods grind slowly ,
but they get there just the same , nnd you
vlll see that we don't get lost in tbo shufllc.
Bo patient , my boy , nnd your pass over the
now road will bo forthcoming.
Bodlno Roofing will not crack or
ipHt. Birkinbino Engineering and
supply Co. , 115 Pearl st. , Council
Blulfs.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
linmonus , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
lublioity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark & Co. , olllce cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
J. G. Tipton , real estate , 627 B'dway
A Contr.'ietor'H Fall.
Chris Bodcn , the contractor who is bulld-
ng the now Eiseman block , met wild a seri
ous accident yesterday. Ho was superin
tending the unloading of a largo boiler that
was to be placed in the collar. In walking
from the ground floor to the sidewalk , ho
stopped on the end of n plank , which tipped
under his weight , nnd precipitated him back
ward to the cellar. Ho struck upon the back
of his bend on a sharp corner of masonry ,
jutting a fearful gash five Inches long , ami
aying bare the skull for nearly tbo whole
distanuo. Ho was rendered unconscious , nnd
did not regain his senses until after ho was
removed to the ofllco of Dr. Cleaver , where
the wound was dressed nnd the cut sewed
up. Ho was then tnken to his homo , No. U22
Mynster , where ho was resting last evcninir
ns easily ns could bo expected. The accident
came neur being a fatal one , and Mr. Boscn
may well congratulate himself on his
'ortunato escape. As it is , the wound Is nn
ugly and p.iinful ono , and will occupy his full
attention for several days.
You can buy latest style parasol or
umbrella at James & Ilavorstock's
cheaper than any place in the city.
If you are building , investigate Bo-
dine Roofing at 115 Pearl street. It is
superior to slate , shingles , iron or t.in ,
und will last a life time. Adapted to
iiny kind of roof. Birkinbino Engineer
ing and Supply company.
Relief Committees.
The following committees have been ap
pointed to solicit aid in the various wards
for the Johnstown sufferers :
First Ward A. S. Bonham , E. J. Abbott ,
Henry DeLong , Mrs. John Burgess , Mrs. C.
Burgess and Mrs , L. A. Caspar.
Second Ward Mayor Uhorcr , J. .T. Stead-
man , S. S. Steadman , Mrs. J. N. Casady ,
Mrs. E. D. F. Fisher and Mrs. E. H. Shcafe.
Third Ward F. O. Gleason , E. H. Odcll ,
Simon Eiseman , Mrs. G. H. Keolinc , Airs. I.
W. Tulloys , Mrs. Dr. Woodbury and Mrs. P.
C. Do Vol.
Fourth Ward Rev. T. J. Mackay , Rev. G.
W. Crofts , Dr. Hnrtupeo , Mrs. Dr. Hoc , Mrs.
Dr. Montgomery , Mrs. Lyman and Mrs. Dr.
Phelps.
Mayor Rhorcr will receive the funds col
lected and send them to their destination.
The ministers of all the churches are re
quested to add their energies to those of the
regularly appointed committees and secure
what donations they can.
Money leaned at L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan ollico on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of all kinds ,
and all other articles of value , without
removal. All business strictly confi
dential.
Bodlno Roofing will stand as long ns
the building. Birkinbino Engineering
and Suuply Co. , 115 Pearl st. , Council
BlulTs.
Bcchtolo hotel. Central location.
Firbt class.
A Pitliian Day.
' Pythian day will bo a great day for us , "
remarked a prominent member of St. Alban's
lodge , K. of P. , yesterday afternoon , to TUB
HKU , "and it will see nn immense crowd of
knights in the Uluffs. There are thirteen
divisions In the third regiment , and ten of
them will bo hero. Omaha will send live di
visions of the Uniform Hank , and wo will bo
able to mnko n parade that will eclipse any
thing In this line that wo have ever had here
before. I can't tell how many subordinate
lodges will bo represented , hut there is a
long list of thorn , There will bo several
thousand knights in the city on the 27th und
2Sth Inst1 '
npfnro Hln Honor.
In police court , yesterday morning , Fannie
King , n prostitute , was find ? H.CO for vag
rnncy , and E. Mulgrow , a male character of
the same ilk , was lot off with ? 5 and costs.
V. Hnmsoy , charged with drunkenness ,
was released on payment of costs.
Two young bloods of tnla olty , of very re
spcctublo families , wore arrested for disturb
ing the peace. Out of regard for their par
ents , the cases against them wore dismissed ,
and for the same reason the names of the
young men were withheld from the public.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundrv Co.
Badollot sells groceries.
\Vollinan , jeweler , moved to 538 B'y.
\Yntcr AlaliiH to ttio I'nrk.
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the work
of laying the water main to the driving park
was completed , Work was not commenced
until last Tuesday , und In less than tlirco
davit n working force was organized , a trench
four-fifths of a mile long was dug , the pipe
laid , nnd troncacs tilled again. This is lively
work , hut it wax nevertheless accom
plished. The three Uro hydrants are not yet
attached , as they have not arrived , but thej
are expected to-day and will be put In ut
oncn. Thin main will supply all water
needed for tests and other uses during the
tournament.
Criminal CnHits In Court.
The case of State vs Urown was submitted
to the Jury about 5 o'clock yesterday after-
noo.n , after occupying the nttontlon of the
court for two days. Colonel Dalloy did not
get through with the cross-examination 01
the prosecuting witness until nbout the
middle of the forenoon , after which three
other witnesses were examined briefly for
.ho Rtato. No witnesses were called on be-
mlf of the defense. About 0 o'clock the
ury returned a verdict of guilty of SOQUC-
: lon , as charged in the indictment.
At the conclusion of tha Brown case that
of State va Copolnnd was called. The do-
"ciulant Is the follow accused of attempting
.o iitcal n bolt of silk from the store of l3cno
t Co. several weeks ago. A Jury was cm-
landed nnd one witness examined before
court adjourned. It Is expected that the
case will bo submitted some time this after *
toon.
The court sustained the demurrer filed In
.ho case of State VB Andrews , nnd that case
will not como up this week.
For $25.00 The N. Y. Plumbing Co.
will put a lead service pipe nnd hydrant
In vouryard ; also 60 foot extra hoso.
"all at once at 114 Main street.
Dr. C. C , Ilazon , dentist , Opera house
block.
They Want Out- Day In Sevan.
The barbers of the city hold iv mooting last
evening nt the shop of John Schlchotnnz , No.
101 South Main street. About thirty wore
iresont , to take some action regarding the
iroposcd Sunday closing scheme. It was
slated that twenty-one of the twenty-four
proprietors had signed the petition to close ,
, ho only ones refusing being Frank Levin ,
Fritz JJornhnrdl nnd John Uolm. All the
Durhors present expressed themselves as
strongly in favor of the move , and many
who were not there had signed the petition ,
i John Schlckctnnz was elected chairman and
licubcn Hornier BccreUry. A committee
consisting of John Schlckctanz , chairman ,
Gcorgo Smith and C. K Huddlck , was
chosen to prevent a petition to the city coun
cil , nsklng that body to pass nn ordinance re
quiring the barber shops to close on Sunday.
Another meeting Is to bo hold next Monday
evening. In speaking of the matter after
the meeting adjourned , several of the bar
bers expressed themselves to Tun Hun
freely , and their plan of action was thus out
lined by onoof them :
"Our committee will see every member of
the city council , cither to-morrow or Mon
day , and wo will know nt our meeting Mon
day evening what the chances nro for the
passage of the ordinance we desire. The
chances at present clo not seem to bo par
ticularly bright. Put Lacy , the president of
the council , says ho is opposed to Sunday
closing , and always has been. So we don't
have much hone in that quarter , although ho
may change his mind when ho thinits over
the other side. If the council refuses
to do as wo wish , we will simply
enforce the state law and the re
sults may be rather unpleasant.
You see , this Sunday law covers several
branches of business , the harbors being only
one of them , and it is quite probable that , if
the matter is stirred up , the temperance people
ple will take hold of It , and insist on closing
everything. Of course , they can easily do it ,
but wo don't look to this end , as wo only In
sist that the barbers shall have n rest on the
Sabbath. If the council grants our petition ,
the state law will not bo touched by UB ,
and it is hardly probable that any one else
will bring it up.
"Our shoos were closed hero years ago ,
but the closing ordinance was repealed for
the benefit of John llohn , who claimed that
the transient trade at the Ogden dcmandnd
it. Wo want to close , and it will have to
come. All the barbers have'registered in
favor of it , and we have the state law bo-
liind us. If they try to Jump over us , they
will find a JeD before them. Wo mean busi
ness , and n week from next Sunday will see
the change commenced. "
See Boodino Roofing if you are build
ing. Birkinbino Engineering and
Supply Co. , 115 Pearl St. , Council
B lull's.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , culls and shirts by Cascade Laun
dry company.
To Alii the .Johnstown Sufferer * .
Council Bluffs will have another chance
to-morrow night to add to the reputation
she has already gamed for lioerality to char
itable objects. The newly organized Sonov
ton club will give u concert at Dohnny's '
opera house for the benefit of those who
have suffered so much in the recent disaster
at Johnstown , Pa. Some of the best musi
cians of this city and Omaha will appear on
the programme in vocal and instrumental se
lections , and a few of the most popular airs
from the "Smugglers of Senovton" will bo
repeated. The recent success of the com
pany in light opera insures a splendid musi
cal treat , while the fact that the entire re
ceipts of the concert will ho put into the
Johnstown fund should pack the House. Ad
mission to any part of the house , ! > 0 cents ;
no extra charge for reserved seats. Tickets
go on sulo this morning ut Camp & Ellis'
drug store.
Personal 1'nrnsraphR.
B. C. Ward , a prominent Mason of I'ralrio
City , made n brief stop in the Bluffs last
evening on his way homo from the grand
lodge.
Will B. Somers has become n Tacoma
boomer , and is favoring his old Council
IJlun's friends with Interesting reading con
cerning that growing city.
Clark Varnum , of Newton , eminent grand
commanuor of the grand lodge of ICnights
Templar of the state of Iowa , was in the city
last evening en route homo from tbo session
of the grand lodge at Sioux City. Ho had a
pleasant word and hearty handshake for all
of the boys
If you want a tnsty and convenient
fence or railing about your residence
or lawn , use C. J. Bookman's , patent
locking bracket , as any panel can bo
readily taken out and firmly replaced.
Address C. J. Beckman , 728 Seventh
avenue.
PROHIBITION IS INTEMPERANCE.
Unto Field's Wlso and Witty Ad-
dren on thn Mquor Question.
Miss Kate Field lectured in Tromont
Temple , last evening , on "Tho Intem
perance of Prohibition , " says the Bos
ton Transcript. The hall was well
llllcd. Among those present weroMrs.
Mary T. Lathrop of Michigan , who will
reply to Miss Field in Tromont Temple
this evening ; Mrs. Mary II. Hunt , su
perintendent , of scientific temperance
instruction for the Women's Chribtian
Temperance union , who is also expected
to speak at the same meeting , and Mrs.
J. Ellen Foster , an Iowa temperance
sneaker. Miss Field said she had
chosen her subject with rnlnctanco ,
but had boon persuaded to do so by her
experience in prohibition Iowa. She
was told that the place in which she
was stayintr was a prohibition town , hut
that liquor could bo obtained by any
ono. She applied at n drug store to
test the truth of the statement. I asked ,
she said , for a naif pint of California
bnuiuy for medical purposes , and wa
given a bottle labeled i'Vonoh brandy
for which I paid 76 cents. I took a
spoonful of it and felt as though I had
swallowed a torch light procession.
[ Laughter. ] I had it analyzed nnd
found that It contained fusel oil , hut
nothing from the grape. A man sellintr
such stuff for medicine ought
to bo prosecuted for man
slaughter. [ Applause. ! Miss Field
gave a number of experiences of a sim
ilar character , which had convinced
her that prohibition was a failure. Con
tinuing , she said : "I now appeal to
the fourth estate , the press , and hope it
will use its influence In favor of temper
ance not prohibition , which is the
worst form of intemperance. [ Voice ,
"No , no"accompanied by loud and con
tinued applause from all parts of the
house. ] Society is composed of men ,
women and cranks , The latter may DO
of either BOX , I don't ' care to speak of
them. I wish'to ' address mon who don't
mistake their livers for conscience.
[ Applause. ]
The speaker denounced the prohibi
tion sought to be secured as the moat
intemperate possible. She reviewed
prohibition , from the origin of the
human family down to the present
time , and showed that people sought
vvhut they were forbidden to use. The
PiirHmisi prohibited nearly cxerythlnrr
except liquors nnd wiiios.t 'Jlhoro wag
no drunkenness then. Tliolf dcscond-
onts bohitul closed doors urliiic poison
ous compounds , and ( drmkonnoss
abounds. In 1880 Ncal Dowt said the
Maine law had not boon oiTfoflcod In the
twenty years It had boon on Iho statute
books. The speaker declared that pro
hibition in Vermont nnd Rbddo Island
was n total failure. In lowft , th 1885 the
president of the Pharmaco'utical associ
ation declared that nine-tenths of the
families used liquor. Lcadbrs in relig
ious thought there dcchirpdj that the
prohibitory law has decreased-Immigra
tion and lessoned the bank deposits.
Dyspeptics make moro alcohol than
the distilleries , said Miss Field. Shall
they therefore be abolishedV If so , who
will bo loft- What is yeast ? It is
largely composed of alcohol. Shall wo
then prohibit bread ? Total abstainers
are frequently fond of pies and swoot-
mcats which tire nearly indigestible
nnd form alcohol. Consequently many
of them are walking distilleries , pay
ing no license and giving the country
no revenue. 1 do not wonder they are
against high license.
The speaker alluded to the physiolo
gies which had boon placed in ninny
of the schools in which many lies were
taught concerning the effect of liquors.
She" said the prohibitionists had no
moro right to teach their doctrines in
the school through those textbooks
than catholics or protestants. The
falsehoods , she said , would prove to bo
boomerangs. Alluding to the statement
mndo that G0,000 people annually
in the United states die from the use of
alcohol , which was a great exaggera
tion , she said that 60,000 people die of
consumption in the same period of tune ,
and asserted that this disease is caused
by over-eating. Dr. Dlo Lewis says'
no continued , that where one person
dies of alcohol twenty persons die of
gluttonv. Shall wo , then , all stop eat
ing because the few cat intelligently
mul the many make pigs of themselves ?
If it is n crime to sell liquor , it is a
crime to drink it. Prohibition has done
worse than nothing for temperance ;
high license has done much for good.
By high license the dives can bo most
easily closed up , the number of saloons
is reduced , and the town is beautified
by the larger revenue derived. Miss
Field road n letter from the attorney
general of Minnesota , declaring that
high license had worked beneficently
in that state , and that the republican
party there had planted itself squarely
on that basis.
Miss Field condemned the adultera
tion of liquor and the "idiotic Ameri
can habit of treating. " She advocated
as the best means of bringing about
temperance the encouragement of wino
drinking at the table. The most drunk
enness is found , she declared , whore
wino and brandy are not produced.
She said she had lived for three years
in Italy , but in that time had not seen a
drunken Italian. She had seen moro
drunkenness in Scotland -'than in any
other country. ProhibitTdnTsts would
have us believe , she continueo , that
drunkenness is on the iiicreiiso , but it
is not true. i
THOS. OrncEii. V. II. M. PUS EV
OFFICER & Flip. '
BANKERS.
i i
Corner Main nnd Bro.UlwaJ %
COUNUlLi llliUFFS , IOWA.
Dealers In foreign and domestic ; exchanes.
Collections mads ( tad interest paid on time da-
posits.
STOP ! READ.NTHIS . !
A new Clothing Store has boon opened lu
Council lllnlls. No old stock or old
styles. Everything strictly first
class. Como and bo convinced ,
Positively ono price nnd cash.
CHICAGO CLOTHING HOUSE ,
739 WEST UltOADWAY.
ESHELMAN.
'T ' WIT THE EARTH I
OH , NO !
But wo ( lo want the people of "Western
Iowa to If now that the
.GREAT DAR8AIN SHOE STORE
KO. 1OO MAIN HT. ,
Cor. First Avenue , carry the largest
stock of BOOTS and SHOES in this
city. That wo always load in popular
prices. That persons wanting reliable
eoods can save money by trading with
us. S. A. PIERCE.
PAPER HANGINGS.
AN ! )
Artistic Decorations !
AT PETER C , MILLER'S. '
Nos. 11 and 13 Iejarl St.
llclow wo give names of a f 'w oT ; ( he ninny
Patrons of the
In Council niulTtt and vicinity. ' ' Th'e character
of the ptitrana named , anil the amount en
trusted by each to the protection.of the com
pany. Indicates the confidence umjoycd by it at
home where its manner of doing' ' business Is
best known , I >
0.1) . Dlllln . ' . . . . ' , 40.000
1-uncy Droi. &Co ! . . . . ' . 37,000
Charles HuuKhu , . . . . , Wi.WX )
H. 1'.Morrow < . . . } > 10.0M
John Dennett / ? . . , . ' v''r'0
William O'llalloran K..I f.700
Charles Hhlelda 7,700
N. W.Nasn U.-.i 7iV : )
I. A. Miller jj ti.OOO
( IcorKoA. I'ry (1,000 (
Henry Klseman&Go Coai
Shugart , WftU Is Wles , . 2,000
K. L. SlniKart K )
Koman Cutliollo Clinrcl 4f > , ( tM
Itoman Catholic Church. Westphalia. . . . 40.000
Carroll County Court House " 1,000
Abbott & Cooper ttl.ooo
St. J'rancU Academy W.WQ
Craver , Btoelu A ; Austin HJ.O'U
T. M. d. i'ocan , 31.000
Deere. Wells AJ Co lO.'OO
( U'orye \Vllliiuun. . . U. JO
8.1) . Kolllm H.CU )
U. It. Carpenter . , , 0,700
ilabonlc Temple O.uou
Me twit llrus O.ODO
C. A. lleebo & Co , , D.OOO
8.B. Keller 3.600
NOTICK When our policy exceeds tiTi.ttU.oo
on property subject to destruction by a single
lire , the excess la re-lnsureu lu other companies.
uiibiuUTUlUURUI CUSHIONS
IVkUjxrl k"fj ( dUU.ctlCou'orUUe. .
b.tcmr.l t" t HI HeiuKii" nit. Iiiu.tr.w4 l ok * prort
J3JPECJIA L N OT ICES.
MIHIiwnniodlinmonlincTy for confectionery
IJ store. J , 0. Seymour , 32 1'oarl street ,
Council lllnrrs.
J
_ _ _
[ 71011 HA fit' nt a bargain Complete pot of liar
u fixtures ; la-gost mirror In council Ilium !
llnost set of fixtures 1,1 the city ; must bo sold
Immediately , unil are consequently best Imr-
gnln over oirercd saloomnon. Wheeler & Her-
chlit _ ; ) Kaat llroiulway. Council Hinds.
ffiou nxoTtANofl-Savcrftl gooifforms to ot
4- ' change for Council ( Hull's loti. Johnsto n
It Van 1'ntton , Uvcrctt block.
WANTED Young lady stenonrnphor nnd
typewriter would HKO a position as clerk
in sotnu onico ; test ot references. AiUUcss "C , "
Omntm Hoc , Council IlltilTs.
POIl HUNT lloomi suliablo for lltrht house
keeping ; nlsofdntfo room furnished or un
furnished uq desired. Address C. 13. , llco
olllcc , Council UUHIs.
WANTUI ) , at once , n nrst-clns < ? shipper and
foreman in wholesale agricultural Imple
ment warehouse ; none but uxnirlonccd man
need apply. Address . 1 flee olllce , Council
limits , giving references nnd nniuo ot last em
ploy tir.
T710H SALE No. MX ) Graham nvonuo. Lot
J.1 Wxl.U Now homo. Will tuko team or
cattle In part payment ; unlanco on ten yenrV
time , nnuunl payment' ' , 8 Tier cent uayaulo
annually. Apply to Horace Kverett.
F1 S A IiU-On easy terms , the host located
coal yard In Council limns. 250 feet track-
E. K. Mnync , fll'J llrondwny , Council liluirs.
OOWS tor sale Will take pay In grading nnd
filling at f.1 per day Inr man and team , or
will take pay In paining. Horace Kvorett.
rpWO-Story business house for rent , No. ixx )
X Ilroadway , onpoilleUgdi en house. Kuciulro
fttlSfl Frank st. A. Woodf
AltAHt : chance for n splendid Investment ,
requiring onority rather thnn lartto e ipltnl.
A fortune for the right man. Halt Interest In
the llnest practical pitent over Issued. Address -
dross Swan & Wnlfcer , 4 1'onrl street , Council
lllnlTs.
T710H SAM : Lot on North Main street , south
A.1 of brldKo at * 10J per front foot ; long time
Riven. Apply to Horace Kverett.
T7IOH SAUJ-Good farm In Harrison county ;
JL' 1X ( ) acres , running witter , Rood soil , about
' ! mtlo.s from Council liluirs ; will taku part pay
ment In city property or in horses or cattle.
Apply to Horace Evurett.
mUANSKlIlt JlNK-Oulck delivery Hotween
Xumnnanud Council llluITs. Honscholilgoods
nnd Irelght moved safelv and promptly , i.envo
orders at Omaha olllcu , 5Qi So. 13tli st. ; Council
Illuirs 7 N Mam. H. Heecroft.
O AAfVsplonilld mounted specimens rare Dlrda
* j5\/UUand animals from every clime. Must
ho sold at oncp. Single or In cases. K. J. Ilnizee ,
llrst class taxidermist , Council lIUllTa.
T > iAL ; ESTATE llonght nnd sold and ex-
JLi > changed. Special nttontlon Riven to exam
ination of titles. W. C. James , No. 101'carl st. .
Council Uluirs.
FOR SAM ! 7 room cottage , corner Tnlrd
avenue nnd Oth st. tasy terms.V. . C.
James , 10 Pearl at.
T71OII IlENT Knsy terms two new Jive-room
JJ liousos , Kith nvc. between Illgn and Third
Ms. Sell cheap 1 ? taken this week. Inquire
owner. J. Dickey , 740 IVuy. I .
FOH SALE Old e-stabllstod scnernl mer
chandise business , stock , fixtures , wagons ,
etc. Good room and low rent. Address , J.
Dickey. 710 ir Way
T7IOU HENT Furnish r untarnished largo
.I ? ten-room house , bath room , gas , furnace ,
etc. , nt Oil Willovr ave. Enquire nt prernlses.or
G. H. Stlllman , Urown block.
FHESH milk cows for snlo or trade for fat
cows. Swan's stock yards , Upper Droad-
way. Frank Swan.
"I7TOU KENT Largo double olllco over Frank
JL1 Levin's cigar store , OJ Uro ndway. Inquire
of Frank Levin.
Insure In ( ho U. S. Mnsonlc licncvolcnt
Association of Council ItlufTs , la. , the
youngest , largest , cheapest and best plan
of Masonic Insurance' in the world. Unit
conihips its membership to Its fraternity.
STORE ,
A. A. HART. Prop.
Honest Watches , Clocks , Jewelry and Sliver
waie. All cleaning nnd repairing under per
son.al supervision of the proprietor. Stationery
Toilet articles and Perfumery , l-'lno Watches
Time Locks and Chronometers a specially.
110 MAIN ST. , Council liluirs.
f
OVUKImNDKK It Ollttll ANJ
Are thoroughly prepared to take cnre of horses
and carriages of all visitors to the lake. Plenty
of sheds and stalls , and aulnmls und carriages
will lie safely cured for. Charges reasonable.
Accommodating hostlers on hand night and
day. When you drive to the Lake , don t forget
' OLD DAU.1
Now Look oof Moths r-Desmestes
It consists of snow white Hakes. A produc
tion from Coal Tnr. PKItPUOrfA' HARM
LESS. Free from oil , acid or any snb'-tiinco
that would harm the most delicate fabric or
feather. It ovnporutcs without leaving any
residue. It kills moths while camphor merely
drives them away.
F. S. EJItAKEU ,
Sole Agent , Conncll muffs.
J. D. RnMUNDSO.v. U. L. SIIUOAIIT ,
1'res. Vice 1'res.
CHAR. It. HANNOM , Cashier.
CITIZEN'S STATE BANK
Ol1 COUNCIL 11LUFFH.
Paid Up Capital 81.10,000.00.
Surplus. . 2oOCO.OO.
Liabilities to Ocjiosltois. :2. : > ,0ii0.on.
DlHKCTOiis I. A.-Miller , R O. Ulcn&on. K.i. .
Sbugart , M. 1C. Hart , J. I ) . I'Mmundfon. ( 'has. It.
Hunnon , Transact Keneral banking business.
Largest capital and surplus of any bank in
southwestern Iowa. Interest on time deposits.
D.H.McDANELD & GO , ,
Hidesjallow , Pelts , Wool & Furs ,
Highest market prices. Prompt returns. Nos
V20 and 8 i Main st , , Cpuncll lllullfl. Iowa
CENTRAL LIVERY STABLE.
W. L , . PATTOX , Prop.
Elegant Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Nos. 19 and 21 , North Main Street.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
j
Centrally located livery and boarding Btuble.
Host accommodations in the city. Special at
tention to transient custom.
AV. A. HAYS , Prop.
Telephone Stftb'c ' , 77. UPS. HUO.
A BIG LOT OF YELLOW JERSEY
and Nansamond
SWEET POTATOES
Ciililiiigo mul
Other Vegetablb Plants.
FO it SALE :
By J , R , McPHERSON , GROWER ,
Vegetables , Vegetable Plants ,
Fruits Etc ,
East Plorco St. Council lllu fls
Mail orders promptly tilled.
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
BOOKS YOU OUGHT TO CONSULT
T . . n B ' KT fJi I rti3T ;
C , E , TANIISIEA
Proprietor ,
CONNECTED BY MO
TOR WITH
COUNCIL BLUFFS AND OMAHA
RATES--$3 PER DAY.
Special Rates to Parties and Families. Corres-
ppndence Solicited.
-HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OF-
BOOTS AND SHOES-
Of the late J. M. Phillips at a
I
I nm determined to glvo tlio nubile the bencllt of my purclmse. 1 quote the following
prices :
ISUl&T & nSflSAKS' Men's Fine Shoci , 85 , former price , S1
3. S. TUHMJSl'S Men's BIumNSowcd Shoes , § , former
price , 97.5O.
E. . UUK' & ' ' ! Ladle * ' French Kid. turned , at § 5 , former
JE. cI'lHJirr'S Cur Kid at S3 , former price , 85 , and al ! other
Koiuls at iimmil'actMrcru' prices , or ICNS. BZall order *
"r""y " " ° "dc" ' " '
I. PILES , 413 Broadway.
Council Illuira , lowo.
THIEI IRTJSSELI.
SIZES FROM Especially Adapted { OP
25 TO 300 ITIN (
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF
SncclOcatlonsnnd cellmate * liirnbhpil for complete ! Mourn | ilnnt . Itcciilntlon , Iiirnblllty unrantoeil.
Can show letters from usera where fuel econoJiy l equnl with Corliss Non-cowlenslnir.
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for catalogue. No. 610 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
A. 11. HIUtSMAN. E.iSTEVKN.S
HERSMAN & STEVENS ,
( Successors to Morgan , Kollcr .V Co. )
SPECBAL.
) WK CARRY A rUI < [ > LINE OI' <
WOOD : CLOTH : AND : METALIC : CASES.
- JOI'KN AT ALL HOURS OF DA V AND NIOHT.C -
TI3M3PHONK : JU . 11 JHtOADWAV , O .UNOIIj IJMJKKH.
IY ,
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
3STO. 330 BROADWAY. TEIiEPHOHE UO. 260
SUMMER IS COMING I
f
What Is Needed Is a ( oed
GAS STOVE FOR COOKING ,
A BI'MiNDID UNK OK
Just received and on exhibition at the gan com
pany's olllco. Uneciuelled for convi'iilcnco.
Absolute safety. No odor , and above all , eco
nomical If properly used Call and examine
them whether you intoiul purchanlns or not.
NO. 28 PEARL ST.
G , B , JAGQUEM & GO , ,
s
Railroad Watcd Inspectors
Union 1'iiciflc. Chicago & Northweste
cage , HOCK Island > V 1'aclllc , Chicago , H
tou&Quincy , Kansas City it tit. Juti r
ds.
No. 27 Main St. ,
Couuoillilulft , la. ,
Electric Trusses , Belts , Chest Pro
tectors , Etc ,
Agents wanted.
C. U. .IUDD ,
Council UlulfH la ,
LADIES
COUNCIL BLUFFS
A UK JNVJTEI ) TO OM.lt AX'
Mrs. C. L. OILLETT'S '
I
1(1 (
And Koulior line line of Hair
( jOOdH. I'lNKST IlAlIl
OltNAMKNTd in the city.
WIKH. lleurds , etc. , for Itout
ortiulo ,
Gluth and Coyle and Myern
UriHine J'nlntH. Hair
Drouulux , IStc.
No. Ut ) Bluiir SI. . < : oiiiull It I u Hi
Ordem by until rucoiruproiuutattvutloo.

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