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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BE&P TUESDAY , JULY 2 , 1,889.
THE DAILY BEE. COUNOIL BLirFFS. OFFIOK. NO li ! 1'EA.Uti STREET. rtllvcrcdur currier In Any 1'nrt of ho City a 'Jwrnty Cents lverWeolc. II. W. TIL'ION. MANAGKIU Or.LKI'IIONUSl UCBINF.FB Orrirr. No. 13. NIGHT Umrou , No.ZJ. MIND 11 MliiN T1ON. N. Y.Plumblng Co. C. 11. Music Co. , (533 ( B'wny. ' Hotter , tailor , .110 Broadway. ' Evans' laundry , 721 Broadway. D. W. Otis , city and farm loans. Tlicro was no meeting of the city council last ovcnlnir , as several of tha aldermen wcro away. The postponed meeting will be held this evening. Hov. Ocrrgo Hays , of Kansas City , will lecture at the Chautauqua to-day. In tha evening Honors' National Assembly band will play the "Forgo In the forest. " The Manhattan changed hands yesterday , h nilly Mnloncy and Nick O'ltriun having purchased all Interest In the stock and lix- t tures from Peregoy & Moore , assignees of Bears & Hulgh , the forninr proprietors. There is : i rich programme | ) repircd for the Chautauvua on the Fourth , with Con gressman Hnrr In thu afternoon nnd John Do Wilt Miller In the evening. Besides numerous other attractions , the grounds will draw n crowd. A little excitement was caused yesterday by the report that n row between two pas sengers on a Mnnawa motor train had re sulted in ono of thorn being seriously shot. An Investigation failed to substantiate It , or even establish for any report of the kind. Mnr.'ingo licenses uero Issued yesterday to Anton UhrlstoiiKcn and Christina Pctor- son , of Council Bluffs : A. W. Slngol , of Dcntson , and Emma I'arlc , of Macedonia ; Wash Green and Jennie Kennedy , ot Burlington - lington , and John Obcrimm and Uosy Prior , of this city. The teachers' Institute will begin next week , und It Is expected that several hun dred school teuclittiM will bo present. Parties desiring to furnish board to teachers during the instltuta are requested to notify County Superintendent Cooper in once , in order tlmt it they uin.V bo located us they arrive. L The seven-year-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Crump , died at an early hour ycHtcrdny morning at their homo on Sixth uvcnue , between Ulevcuth and Twelfth streets. The father" was away at Arlington , Nob. , whcro ha is in business , and could not reach homo until after the death of the child. The funeral will take place at 0 o'clock this morning from St. Francis Xuvier'K church. The barber's Sunday closing fight still goes ou. The null-closers deemed n unwisa to open lust Sunday , and will go slow until the eases now pending against them arc dis missed. These cases wore called before Judge Aylcsworth yesterday morning , nnd n motion was made to transfer them to a jus tice court , but the court overruled it and n final hearing was then set for next Friday morning at 10 o'clock. A forged check on the First National bank was passed at the grocery store of John Clausen , on Upper Uroadway , Saturday evening. It had the purported signature of . John P. Weaver , but that gentleman had Is sued no such check. The iruilty parties liavo worked several business houses in that part of the city in the sumo manner lately but thu police have not yet bcnn able to get bold of them. A lively scene occurred in ono of the hotels last evening , when one of tha proprie tors became tired of standing the abuse of his partner and turned in and hammered him soundly. About twonty-ilvo boarders wit nessed the affair. Whisky was at the bottom tom of it and was what secured the drubbing for the victim. The other partner drove out In the country after it was over , and will probably remain until the utTulr blows over a little. Have our wagon call for your soiled clothes. Cascade Laundrv Co. City steam laundry , 3-1 Main , tel. 141. No Kxploslons "When persons keep cool and use our "Sun Dial" gas stoves. Four holes , roaster and bakcovpn. Costs 7 cents per hour when running full blast. Now York. Plumbing Co. Splendid bargains at Mar/cus' / clothing store before removal to new building. Sucnlc TliiovoK at Work. The sneak thieves are again getting In their work in the city. Yesterday morning three young men , apparently railroaders , entered the Chicago clothing house , No. 720 Broadway , and asked to see some pants. While.the clerk was engaged In picking out the desired garments one of the strangers remarked that ho would not buy anything until pay day , and loft the -store , stating that ho would see the others after a while. The others soon followed , without making a pur- chaso. Timy were scarcely out of sight bc- | ' < _ fore the clerk missed a coat and vest valued ' \ > at § 18. The police were notified , but the thieves were not to bo found. In the after noon , three others attempted to work the same game , but n close watch was kept , and they wuro not successful. Mo arrests have yet been made. Notice the beautiful ilnish given col- Jars , cuffn and shirts by Cascade Laun dry company. C. B. Trunic Factory moved to Chapman's old stand. Largest trunk factory in west. Council Bluffs Furnlturo company for good goods at low prices. 407 Broad way. The Now Ogden is catching traveling mou at $ " per day. The firm of Wollcer & Gore , marlcot- inon , doing business at No. 007 South Main street , is this day dissolved by mutual consent , the junior member re tiring. All parties indebted to said firm will nluaso settle at once , and all those having accounts against us will please present the same for payment. Mr. M. "Wolkur will remain at the old stand , and will continue to furnish the best meats in the market at roiibonablo rates. Wiuiiiii : & OOKU. Tlio Hum monk Cart. Warranted the easiest riding vehicle on wheels. Don't fall to see it and try It. Sold only by David Bradley & Co. , Council UlulTs , la. The Now Town of Alnimwn. ' The coimnisdloners appointed by the court for tha newly Incorporated town of Manawa will call u meeting to bo hold In about three weeks , at which time the question of setting it apart as n town will bo llnally decided by the property oivnorB. As every property owner has already signified his wishes Iu the mutter by signing tha petition presented to the court last week , the result Is not at all doubtful , but the formality must bo gene through with according to law. As BOOH afterward as possible another election will bo called for the purpose of electing a mayor , council nud other town ofllclals , Ool- onol F , C , Hoed In the man spoken of fur the first mayor of Manawu , end will undoubt edly bo elected to that ofllco. A list of good , .progressive men for all the other ofllcers is being arranged , and they will bo virtually elected by overwhelming majorities long before fore the day of the election. Enterprise , good order , rcsnectubllity nud rapid progress will characterize Mauawu In the future , j S , B. Wndsworth it Co , loan money. Beohtolo hotoicentral locationflrstclass Money loanwl lit L , B , Craft's & Co.'s loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses , wucpiiB , personal property of all Iclnds , and till other articles of value , without removal. All bushier strictly confi dential. fi'.cam and hot water hcatlntr , first-class piumblng , Work in both cities. JOHN GIL- v < urr. CIS Pearl street , Council CHAUTAUOUA SOON TO CLOSE District Juclyog Want a Longer Summer DEAD FROM HEART DISEASE. , Clones oT the Summer Torin In Mstrlct Court Mnnnwn'a Prospective Iloom Cnrnornl Tniiner'a llcnrty Wclcoino. The Glinutntifinnnn. The morning hours were employed ns usual , from 0:30 : to 10 a. m. yesterday with devotional exercises nnd class drills. Ton o'clock was the tlmo sot for the addresses of prominent Good Templars and W. C. T. U. speaker : ) . By the time all were In readiness it was 11 o'clock , when W. Hill of Iowa began an address , followed by Miss Clothier of Massachusetts , who entertained the audlcnco both In her manner and the matter of her address. B. F. Wright , president of the Iowa State Temperance Alliance , spoke for a few moments. At 1 : ! )0 ) p. in. Mr. Wright again addressed n special Good Templar mooting at tent No. 1. and let it bo said to their lioaor that there wcro present more than could find seats. At 2:30 : Colonel G. W. Biilnu of Kentucky , the "silver tongued orator , " spoke before an Immense uudlunua which was fully prepared to npprcclato the rich treat. No Just do- bcrlptton can bo given of the lecture. The G. A. It. boys and tholr wives wcro complimented and the number of them In Council Bluffs reaches the miignillcent nrray of ! ) UO. At 4 p. m. Bon. T. K. Clark BDoko with his accustomed vigor , and to the delight of the people. The C. L. S. C. round table was hold. At 0:45 : the Y. P. S. C. E. S. held a conference nt the Congregational tent. At 8 the Congrogntiomilists effected their per manent organization at their teat. A consti tution nnd by-laws wcro adopted. The Schuborts gave a concert at 7:43. At 8:30 Corporal Tanner was presented , and spoke o the old soldiers and their wives , and the people generally. The assembly work is beginning to draw toward nn end. The Greek class passed suc cessfully. Tlio Intermediate normal class also passed , us did the Junior class. The ilrst year's normal class has de cided to continue tholr studios and pass examination by cor respondence Inside of three months. The C. L. S. C.'s are anxious to have their work taico a moro dcllnlto turn on the round tables in future assemblies in more direct reading , helpful in pursuing the courses of reading. The sumo mu.v be said for the ministers' in stitute , but these will eotno Iu time. The school teachers arc to have their share of at tention next week. The following resolution was adopted at the afternoon meeting : Hesolvcd , That wo stufid by prohibition In Iowa and pledge otfr votes for representa tives and senators to only such candidates as arc publicly pledged to" maintain the pres ent laws of Iowa on tha subject , and for such additional btatutos asI11 tnako certain its enforcement nil over the state. TUiSD : VY'S I'I'.OUIUMMK. 8 n. m. Boys' and girls' class , Rev T. J. DocUory. 'J u. in. First year's ' normal , Rev. J. C. Coxo , tabernacle. 10 u. m. Chorus class , Prof. C. C. Case , tabernacle. Lecture , Hev. Ur. Stephen Phelps. "Injurious Effects of Stimulants and Narcotics , " tent No. 1. 11 a. m. Lecture , Hev. George P. Hayes , "Canictcr and Manners. " 1:30 : p. m. Lecture , Dr. Woodbury , tent No. 1. 2:80 : p. in. Concert , Schubert quartette , assembly chorus and Hocers' band. 4:00 : p. m. Young People's tociety , ad dress , Hev. J. T. Dockery. 7:45 p. m. Muslcalo , Rogers' band , 8:20 : p. m. Lecture. Hov. W. L. David son , "In nnd About Shakespeare's Home , " with stcrcoiitlcal illustrations. Rev. Dr. Gillette will deliver his Nile lec ture ( illustrated ) Wednesday evening. Tnero will be a great programme on Jnly 4. _ M. Wollman , jeweler , moved to 538 B' y Dr. C. C. Hazon , dentist , Opera house block. Call on the Birkinbino Engineering and Supply company , 115 Pearl street , Council Bluffs , la. , and examine the Bodino rooting. It will pay you ; sam ples sent on application. g In District. Court. Several decisions \vore handed down-in the district court yesterday , It being the day on which court was to adjourn tor three months , before winding up the business of the term and taking the final adjournment. It was intended to try the case of State vs. Kissel , for assault with intent to do great bodily in jury and larceny from the person. Owing to the rush of other business , the case > wns postponed until next term. Rulings on HOV- eral motions nnd demurrers were made , nnd decisions given in about half a do en minor civil cases. Arguments were heard in only such cases as could not bo put off until the ISth inst , when court will reconvene. The contempt case ncninst Henry Hoist , who oloadcd guilty , was taken up , and the defendant lined $ .100 anil costs. At the request of At torney Sims , for the prosecution , thu de fendant was allowed a year iu which to satisfy the Judgment , provided ho gave a stay bond for security. important to Imdiun ami Gentlemen. I have established on extensive dyeing and cleaning works in this city and desire to call attention of ladles and gentlemen of Omaha and Council Bluffs to the fact that I have furnished my works with the latest iuiurovcd machinery known to the trade , thai I have had over sixteen years' experience , and that I use only the very best dyes and chem icals. I clean and dye everything but fur goods. I call special attention to my new cleaning uroccss by which the garment Is not ripped and which restores the original lustrate to the goods. Ladies' and gentlemen's sum mer garments , such as llannuls or silk , nnido to look as good as now. Dresses , clothing , silks , HhawU , laces and plumes dyed in su perior manner. Motor faro allowed on all goods brought to works , or wagon will call at residence. G , A , Schoedsack , Twin City Dye Works. Twenty-sixth nnd Broadway. Main ofllce 113 South Sixteenth , Omaha. Died of Honrt Dlsonso. Mrs. Ida Phillips , wile of 0. M. Phillips , 'died very suddenly at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon , at her homo , 2039 South Eighth street. The deceased did a washing in the forenoon , and was about the House until about thirty minutes before- bar death. The cauno of her death Is unknown , but us nho was complaining Saturday and Sunday of u pain about her heart , it is supposed that death resulted from heart disease. The de ceased was twonty-nino years of ago and leaves a husband and three children. Her father lives at Murray , la. , and has been no- titled by telegraph. Dr. Thomas was called to attend the woman , but elio died before ho could urrlvo. It was decided to hold a post-mortem , but , ns the family was m rather straightened cir cumstances , the Idea wan given up. The fu- ncrni will take place from the residence ut 2 o'clock this afternoon. List your property withA. A. Clark &Co. &Co.Wo Wo Imvo a customer for resldonco property worth from 81,600 to $2,000. A. A. Clarlc & Co. Jiitittuo Of licaa Heat. It In now the Intention of the Judges on the district bench to so arrangu the terms of court for next your that the summer terms will close about the Ifith of Juno , thus giv ing the judges an opportunity to attend the full session of Chautauqua , nu well as to 03. capo the heat of the latter purt of June , July nnd Aueust. During the hot weather It In very dllllcult to transact business In court , iu the attorneys aru euro to bo absent from court unless when tholr cases nro positively sot for A hearing. This being the case , U U very uucerUlu to couut on. taking up another matter except on duo notlco. The lient has Its depressing effect on the attorneys , wit nesses nnd Jurors , ns well as tl0 | court , ana business seems to drag terribly. Thcro Is more actual clearing up of the docket In one cool day , than in a week of midsummer , and the Judges nro as anxious for n change ns anyone. It Is hinted tlmt different hours for the sitting of court would bo adopted If the Judges could have tholr way , Court sits hero fewer days per hour than at any other county sent In this district , nnd this raises n howl among the members of the bar who have to come In from neighboring towns to attend court. They kick about the extra slzo of their expense account in pul ling in BO many moro days In the Bluffs than would bo necessary if court was held during the entire day. As it is now , 11 vo hours per day Is the tlmo devoted to the hearing of cases In court , nnd the local members of the bar are so strenuously op posed to changing It , that It is Impossible to make n change. "It Is asking too much of n man , " said Judge Dccmor , "to expect htm to sit there day "after day , with the mercury away up In the nineties. It is almost impossible to stand it , nnd there is really no sense in It , The work of the torin could bo fixed up by the middle of Juno Just us well ns not , nnd wo will try it next year. It will make thlncR n little livelier in iho earlier part of the term , but it will glvo us n rest at the last end that will bo much appreciated. " A. A. Clark & Co. loan money on all kinds of chattels. Fireworks at Palmer's , 12 S. Main. Corporal Tnnnor mid the Vctcriuip. Yesterday was soldiers' day , or perhaps It might bo moro appropriately termed "Tan ner's day , " although the G. A. R. veterans were out in full force and doubtless extracted fully us much pleasure out of the day as did Corporal 'fanner , United States commis sioner of pensions , whoso visit was the occa sion bf the unusual doings. The corporal arrived in the city about fi o'clock from * Omaha nnd was mot at the cast end of the b i-hi go by u reception committee nml escorted to the nuwOgden , where the party sntdo'vn to supper. In the evening they drove to the Chautau- qua grounds , where extensive preparations had been mado. The tabcrnnclo was Hand somely decorated , ami hundreds of the boys who were the blue welcomed their old com rade with deafening cheers. Corporal Tan ner delivered a highly entertaining and in teresting lecture , and several other speakers were called upon during the evening. The exercises partook largely of the nuturo of u grand old-fashioned camp lire , and was fully enjoyed by the many old soldiers present. A very enjoyable feature was the presen tation to the corporal of u very handsouin silver-headed cane , suitably engraved nnd inscribed. It w.is the gift of Comrade VVa 11 McIAulden. The presentation speech was nmdo bv Major Jos. Lytnun , and suitably re sponded to by the recipient. At the close of the exorcises , the corporal was driven back to Omaha by Paul Vaudor- voort , whoso guest ho is during his brief stay hero. The occasion was quite a rod letter day among the veterans. Fireworks at Palmer's , 12 S. Main. Fireworks at Palmor's , 12 S. Main. Will Cross the Union Pacific Bridge. It will bo remembered that shortly after the great Burlington strike was inaugurated a move was made to run the Kansas City , St. Joseph & Council Bluffs trains , of the Burlington compinv , across the Union Pa cific bridge to Omaha. The Union Pacific engineers kicked about running over the bridge with "scab" engineers , and threat ened to strike if an attempt was made to carry the scliemo into effect. The result was tnat the Kansas Citv engines did not go beyond the transfer , but stopped there as before , while the Union Pacific engine took the train over the river and brought it back to the transfer. In this manner passengers have been carried througn to Omaha without change. Another change has now gene into effect , and the engines of the Kansas City road now run through , crossing the bridge and running Into the Union Pacific depot in Omaha. The new order went into effect yesterday , making Omaha instead of the transfer the terminal point. The change is made in ardor that the road may compete to better advantage with the Missouri Pacific , and the Burlington ofll- cials are irrcatly pleased with the now idea. Several Union Pacific employes who are In a position to know something about the chance , when questioned concerning it , stated that they had orders to say nothing whatever about it. Fireworks. Dynamite firccarckers , paper bal loons , Roman candles , and sky rockets at Palmer's , 12 South Main st. Rink livery and feed stable. Ilorsos , huggies and carriages. Hacks for call. B. S. Tcrwilligcr , C02 , 604 and 500 Pearl. Death nPMlKa lj z/.lo Iloucliton. The many friends of Miss LJzzio Houghton - ton , in this city , will ho pained to know of her death in Colorado last Friday , of houioiv rugo of the lungs. The young Indv luf t hereabout about six weeks ago to spend the summer in the mountains. The fatal attack was very sudden and unsuspected , and death resulted before any relief could bo obtained. Mrs. J. P. Hart , aunt of the deceased , was with her at the time of her death. Deceased was twenty-four years of a < ro ' , and highly es teemed by a largo cir'elo of friends iu this city. . Notice. All accounts owing the firm of Scars & Halgh should bo settled at once , as the firm has made an assignment to Pcrcgoy & Moore , to wLom payment should bo made , or to tholr authorized agent , O. D. Halgh. O. D. HAIUII. Don't , forget the grand barbecue nnd basket picnic at Manhattan beach July 4. I'orsonul Paragraphs. Mrs. George II. Richmond loft last evenIng - ' Ing for a two months' visit iu Mudisrm and Waukeshn , Wis. Colonel O. L. French , recorder of Harri son county. In company with Captain Brown and P. L. Davis , of Missouri Valley , formed a merry trio of promincuts to meet Corporal Tanner. Bodino roofing will last longer nnd give better satisfaction than any roofing made ; will not crack , curl or split , and manes a perfectly solid joint on the en tire roof. Birkinbino Kngincoring and Supply company , 110 Pearl street , Coun cil Bluffs , In. * Ice cream nt wholesale. Louie & Motzgar , 5ii5 and 527 Broadway , Council Bluffs. J. G. Tipton , real astute , 527 B'dway. NEW JJOQK.8. TIIK ANCIKNT LOWJ.V , by C. Osborno Ward , Washington. This book , written by the librarian of the department of labor , is , as its title indicates , a history of the ancient workit g people from the earliest known period to the adoption of Christianity by Constantino. But not only a history , for besides describing the condition of workmen of olden times , the author compares their industrial system with that of our ago , and Investigates the labor movements. Society emerged as a community of musters and slaves , the latter of course performing all the work. Hence u history of the working classes must begin with the slaves ot the ear liest times. And wherever slavery ex ists , labor is considered degrading by their superiors. From such n system arose the ancient commonwealths of Greece and Homo. Because in these the Individual sought his own interest the author terms such communities competitive , while the Jews in thojr con gregation were a co-operative race ; Jiibt ns the laboring classes were found to consist of blafes , the labor movements mus ? ! 13 Botipht in the In surrections , revolts nnd rebellions of the subject pconlo of thoso. times. The botrhyal of tfio inlnVis al Lnurium dur ing the Poloppoljfftsjan war is sot forth as u strlko ot tlioiiininor'jMio ' if pric ings in Sicily mlll'.thq ' i-obOllloti unuor Spurtncii wHo jCl ? * ri the ftAtm * . * . . - . ; , flSySetl Roniiuidso muthTrouble , nro portrayed as n series of labor wars. 4 " attempt is made to show that the rebellious gladiators were merely down trotldon laborers com pelled to kill oj\j | \ Jinother in order to afford amusement , to the barbarous Roman nobles. Tha industrial'system and the work ing classes were closely connected with thu religion of the tune. One of the most potent restraints upon the slaves was the belief that deserters were not allowed to enjoy the prospective Holds of Elysium. Suporatitlon and religious scruples among the slaves , were , as n consequence , fostered by the masters. So in tlio earliest times , organizations similar to trades unions were to bo found. These in each line of industry united to kcopt up the worship of their patron divinity , ' These societies also served for con vivial meetings , and llnally developed into unions for mutual protection. Tho30 wcro not composed exclusively of slaves , but also of freedmen , who bait .more liberties and privileges. In Rome , these "collegia" oven made con tracts with the government for the sup ply of commodatics which they made. The tradosuniou of the image-makers resisted the introduction of Christianity on the ground that it would put an end to all use of their products. The re sults of this resistance may yet bo soon in the unmistakable forms of idol-wor ship retained to this day in certain churches teaching the thristiun faith. An interesting chapter traces the origin of the roi Hug from the sun- worship to its adoption as the emblem of tlio working class. While it may bo ingenious to trace the points of liiccncss between the sub jects of ancient history and those of mo'lern ' , it seems useless if not far fetched to seek a prototype of the mod ern strike in the movements of the an cient world. The competitive system as known to us is comparatively new and could not exist in a community of lords and slaves. Something of the kind might have been been in the bar ter of commodities.but scarcely in the case of labor. The labor market must have been the slave market. So the mere rebellion of slaves could not fulfill the conditions of a striko. The former looks forward to complete separation , tlio latter to n settlement upon a more favorable basis. Nevertheless this com parison of ancient and modern indus trial condition is exceedingly interest ing and the whole work gives evidence of a great amount of laborious research. IXCIDKXTS OP A COLtECTOl'S ! UiMDLBS. b.V Sherman F. Dent-on. Lee & Shepard , Bos ton. The latest addition to the rapidly in creasing list of books of travel covers the field of Australia , New Zealand and Now Guinea. It is written from the standpoint of a , naturalist and con tains descriptions of many rare things to bo found only in-thobO out-of-the-way places. There are many books upon the same subject but the chief advan tage of this one is that it describes an actual journey. It is well written and beautifully illustrated from pen and ink sketches made by'the author. It em braces no blood-curdling adventures or hair-raising incidents but is u true de scription of those things which would interest a collector upon such a trip. Dcatlrf- rom a Sp dor's Bits. Policeman Patrick McGee , of the Twonty-bccond street station , died at Bellevue hospital yesterday morning after an illness of four days from ery sipelas , says the Now York Herald. McGee was a strong , athletic young mnn , who at one time followed ball 'playincr. Ho joined the police force six months ago , and for the brief period of service had an unblemished record. A week ago ho was bitten on the fore head by what ho thought was n spider. The skin was swollen to some extent and a pimuie appeared the day after. On Sunday last McGeo's baby nephew tore the skin oil the pimple with his tiny nails and immudiatoly erysipelas sot it. The pain became so aggravat ing that the policeman was advised to go to the hospital. In Bellevue ho was ordered to report sick and remain in the institution for treatment. His ill ness developed to an alarming extent so rapidly that his case became hopo- Inss and ho died at 7 o'clock yesterday morning. A Great Chance. Yabsley fat the telephone ) Yabsley ? what's that ? Don't Yes any of you really know , on the square ? M'hm How many are in ? Can I join you ? All right. Good day. ( To Wickwire. ) Say , old boy , lot mo have S20 for about tin hour , will you ? Wickwiro What do you want with 820 ? Yabsley There's a little five-handed game of draw poker going on down at Mudgo'e room , and none of them know which is the best hand , a Hush or a full. Mudgc says I can sit in if I want to. Terre Haute Hxpress. THE CHAS-AVODELER Ch'BAUQ'MD- Electric Triissss , Belts , Chest Pro tectors , Etc , Agents wanted. TU08. OFFICER. W. II. M. Pus OFFICES & PUSEtr. BANKERS. Corner Main nnd nnwhvay , COUNUIb UIjUPPS , IOWA. Healers in foreign &nd domestic exchange. Collections made wid Inttrunt paid on time Ue- CAPT. HAYS' LIVERY. UiSO ItUC ilMVAY. Centrally located livery and boarding stable Heat accommodations In the city. Bpoclal at- tuutlou to transient custom. W. A. HAXS , I'rop. Telephone Stable , 77 , Ites. 820. 'S REMOVAL SALE. Our prices for tomorrow and this week will be lower than ever , These prices mean that the goods are going to be sold , th It also means that they will go at a lively rate , and it means that those who participate iu esc bargains will be richer by a good many dollars than if they neglect this opportunity. Old prices all lost sight of. Anything to get rid of our goods before moving. Read and pro- fi by t his opportunity. i oo pieces Challies , manufactured to sell for isc , our price now 50. 29 pieces Challics , actual value zoc per yard , our price now 70. i case best Manchester Challies , worth 3oc per yard , our price now i SG. 50 pieces best imported Challies , sold everywhere from 650 to 850 , our price now 480. 125 pieces plain and printed India Silks , worth 6oe to 75c. Our price during this sale 390 per yard. Best India Silks , sold from 750 to $1.50 a yard , our price 5gc. 1 case English Sateens , including fast blacks , worth 2Oc and 250 , our price now IOG and 12 Jc. . Best French Sateens , including the finest fast'blnck Henrietta finish , warranted the finest and best goods made , at 250 and 3oc , reduced from 350 , 400 and 5oc. 2 cases finest Scotch Ginghams and Seersuckers , formerly sold at i5c , 200 and 250 , our price now i2j c. i case English Flannellcttes , worth 390 a yard , our price loc. i case real fine plaid and striped lace effects White Dress Goods made to sell for 250 , our price now i2 * c. Ribbons , Fans , Parasols and Umbrellas at cost. This is a bona fide sale. No humbug' quotations but facts which we mean to sustain. Mail orders will receive prompt attention. Call and see us. SPECIAL NOTICES. i A KoodTliTifiii ; rooml'lr ! atllomo TT restaurant. UJT II road way. LOST , on llronmvny , pocketboolr , money nad papers ; can Identity. II. W. Vtong , KniraeU Honso. EINE family tenin for Biilc. or trade for lot. Iniulro li2\Vost ) ! lirondwny. TTlOH SAJjU lODfectof trackage In HuylUs nml * - 1'ulmew. MUbt bo sold. A bncrlllcu otOJ. . Kerr A : Orny. Situation us coachman ( Swede ) . WANTED Under. tiwilscarooriiorsos. Steady , sober and reliable , i' . N. , 1JL-0 7th uve. , Co. Illults. FOU HUNT Furnished ( for two or three months ) , the hoti so 1 occupy , Ko. 121 go. ? th st. II. 0. Chej-ney. WANTED 5-'X ) piece * o : se-ond-hand carpet , alin nil Kood so.-on'1-tmnd furniture. A. 3. Jliiiulcl. Hos.3-J and IK > Hroadway. FOR KXCUANOIJ Several b' " < lfarm3 to ox chautfJ for C nmcll lllu'l'j ' lota. Johnston i Vim 1'atten , I'.vcrett blork. AltAHl ! clmnco for n splendid investment , requiring onoro" rather than I ir e c inltal. A fortune for the rlv.it man. Half Intercut In Iho llnt t prartleil patent ever issued. Ad dress Swnn As Walker , 4 Pearl street , Council IllnfTR. FOIt ItKNT Store lonm. o. IS Mai st. , alter July 1. N. C. James , U Pearl t > t.un EnAfi KSTATK llouslit an'l soM and ex changed. Spocl il attention given to exam ination < it titles. W. 0. James , Xo. W I'earl st. . Council Illu at. T71OH ItRN'T Kasy terms two new live-room Ju houses , Ulth uve. between HtRli ami Tlilrrt sts. Sell cheap If taken this week. Inquire owner. J. UIckoy. 74 J 11. Way. FOH BALK Old eatabllsr.o.1 general mpr- chandUo business , htoes , tlxtures. wagons , etc. Good room uud low rent. Address , .1. Ijlckcy. 7IJH. War \\7 ANTKI ) llvoryboily In thoc'.ty to romom- Y ? bor Alandul's bargain fnrnitnru store U the place to buy your goods. Its uucllti" ) llro.id- way. A BIG LOT OF YELLOW JERSEY and Nansamoiid t'ahlmgc tiiu ! Oilier Vegetable Plants. F03E SALD By J , R , MoPHERSON , GROWER , Vegetables , Vegetable Plants , Fruits Etc , Enst I'lcrco St. - - Council Bluflfe. Rclow we give names of u fevvof the ninny I'lilrons of tlio In Council UlulfH and vicinity. The character of ti ! e p.ttrotiH named , and the amount en trusted by each to the protection of the com pany , Indicates the confidence enjoyed by it at homo where its manner oC doing business in best known. 0. H. Dlllin . 8 41.0W Limey Urea , .V Co . 37.DXJ CharleH llo-uglm . U\0i H. P. Morrow . ic.u John Dennett . V.'M William O'llalloran . C..OJ CharleH Shields . 7.700 N. W.NIIHH . 7.U.VJ 1. A. Miller . MJOJ ( leorgoA , Try . O.IKJO Henry Ulsoman AsOo . fi.UM Blnigiirt.Wult A : Wies . vna 13. L. Bhugurc . . . . , < Knman Catholic Church . . . < ( , ( ru Homan Catholic Church , Westphalia. . . . 40K ) Carroll County Court llouiio . ) , IK ) ) Abbott & Coojier . : il , ' X ) tit , Francis Academy . IMJ.uuO Graver. Steele to Austin . iD.OJJ T. M. C. LtiKiiu . ll.OU ) Deere , Wells AT Co . . . 10 , ' UO ( leorue M. Williams . . . li.lOJ s. D.jCohies . n.em O. U. Carpenter . (1,71)0 ( ) .Miibonlo Temple . . . O.uu ) Mctcalf Ilros . , . o , u C. A. Heebe&Co . , . fiK ( 8.H. Keller . 3.r.fU NOTICE When our policy exceeds t2VuU.iO ) ( on property subject to destruction by a single lire , the excei > a tie re-Insured in other companies. J. D. KDMUNDSOV. K. L. Hiimuirr , 1'rcs. vice 1're s CHAR. It. HANNAN. Cashier. CITIZEN'S STATE BANK iu.urrH. 1'ald Up Capital . 150,000.00. Bliritlus . ! iUJU.03. Liabilities to Depositors. . : iOJO.OU. nillKcrnim I. A. Miller. ! ' . O , Oleason. K. L. Shngart , K. 13. Hart , J. D. Kdmundson. Chas. Jt. llannan. Transact general banking business. I.arce&t capital and surplus of any bank in toutliu estern Iowa. Interest on tlmo deposits GEORGE METOALP , 1U3AL ESTATE , No. 10 Pearl St. MONEY TO LOAN , HOUSES TORENT , INSURANCES , Cheaper than cash or monthly payments Is a home bought throtiKh the American l.oun & lliiliami ; association. Investigate It by calling at No. uo j'cftrt * t. . UP-STAIHd. ( JUAH. U. UM\OOI > , Local Agent. FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. BO OKS YOU OUGHT TO CONSULT S22 QTHJEB IS n HS j s ll Special Bargains in all Departments Thi A , .HEIS ( WAN. E. STKVEN.3 HERSMAN & STEVENS , ( * i * to .Morgan , Ki-ller it Co. ) SI'ECEAf. .V GIVUft TO jWK OAltltV A 1'TU , LINK OK ( WOOD : CLOTH : AND : METALIC : CASES. - JOI'KN AT ALL HOCUS ( ) ! ' DAV AND N10IIT. ( - a ait ! ) . 'Ill 1JUO UVAY. > . OJUMJlIj TIEEE IRTJSSIElILjILi SIZES FROM Especially AiiaflteJ ftf 25 TO 300 flOHSE POWER. Mills and Elevators AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE EpcrlMctitlonaund oitlnmtos fumuhcil lor complo'.u nlciim plant ! , lloculntlnu , DuniMll Can BIOW ! Ictiur * from uiurt wtiuia fuul ucunomy Is cijunl nlth Corl ! Non-ccpiideiiilii , E. C. HARRIS , Agent , Send for catalogue. No. 51(1 ( Pearl Street , Council Bluffs. OF NATUEAL Open Daily. All Specimens For Snlc. OKDEUB FOU TAVIIllt IY WOUK 'JMKHN AND Call at Museum or address u. K. < jiMiia'r : , 81/5 / North ICth St. , Omaha , for Catalogue. No. 27 Main Street , Over Jiicfiiivmln'M JtnvelryBtoro J.'IVE. PALMBU 1MB TUB CHOICEST IM't Of SUBURBS & INTERIOR PROPERTY In the city , Ullt edged opportunities to Imuio * dlute Investors and humeucoKeni , 20 I'earl St. . Council llliiHtf. OEnTnAiTLIVERY STABLE. \V , L. IMTTOX , Prop. KIctfAiit Klgb at Reasonable Kates. Nua. 10 und 21 , North Muiii Street. Council Bluffu , Iowa.