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I ! c THE OMAHA DAILY J EE : FHIDAY , JULY 4 , 1800.
THIS OMAHA
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
OtTICK , NO. 1U 1'KAUTj ST.
Dcllvf'icd hy Catrlcr In any purl of the City.
II.V. \ . .
TII.TON. - - - MAXAOKIt.
TCI.KPHO.NKS :
fluilnf.1" Oniee , N < . 41.
r.dllnt. No. Zl
JllXOIt
N. Y. P. Co. '
Council HlulTs Lumber Co. . con' . .
Fireworks half price Croekwoll.
Tin- Model hnsebnll club will play the (51cn- (
wood club today on the hitter's grounds ,
Another cnso of diphtheria Is reported nt
the re.Mdetieo of Mr. l.ivl ) ) oii fourth avenue ,
W II. Miller will c'ori-nlled yesterday for
running mi express wagon without n license ,
The chin u gang Included eleven victims yes-
terdny nnd they will tuko no hand In today's
celebration.
Theoiloro Hcoelior and Sarah Cuminlngs ,
hoth of Omaha , were innrrlcd yostord.iy hy
Justice Hcmloricks.
The memliers of Mount 7Iou Baptist
churcli , colored , will have u barbecue in
Fiilrtnount park today.
riftv now rustic benches , each six fec't long ,
hnve been ordered for Falrinonnt pnrk'und
will ho here in afewdnys ,
Thr legulnr Hiuidny liom-a will ho observed
nt the postofllee toduv , tint carriers belli , ? at
their windows from Kto ) 11 o'clock. '
The celebrated lingers" " hand will plve a j
concert In llnyliss park this morning lit ! )
o'clock An excellent progr.itnmc will be ren- '
dcrod. |
Helm Bros. & Hnrrett's circus exhibits In I
the city tomorrow. It Is u Krcat attraction ,
and the street par.idoat 11) ) o'clock Is claimed I
to he well worth seeing. |
Charles U' . Nichols nnd Miss Winifred |
Woore were married Wednesday evening by
llcv F J. Maekay nt the rcslclenco ol the j
bride's parents on Williams street.
ligo ; Lundon wsis hauled In ycsterd.iv . to !
nerve out a lino. Heescnpod from thu chain '
g.uig . while he had yet three days to servo.
lie wus ngaln put to work on the streets.
Notices of appeal In OKI cases at the Union
T'lieillc nnd the Union
ralhviiy company ele
vator company agninst tliu board of cqwili/n-
tlon have been Hied with the clerk ol the dis
trict court.
Nlclt O'lirienhiis been selected us a mem
ber of the democratic eountv central commit
tee to represent the new 1' ' ifth ward and ] { .
T Moil fort has been selected to represent the
new iSlxth ward In the sami ; capacity.
The regular meeting of Fidelity council ,
No IWi , llnyul Arcanum , tluit was to have
been held this evening , has heen postponed
until next Monday evening at 8 o'clock.V. .
A ( ironowog , secretary.
Pearl Moore and .lennio Howling , the two
women nnwtcd for Intoxication and disturb
ing the peace , were each lined $ J'i nnd costs.
Tlioy were short of cash , and no nionied
friends appearing , they were sent buck up
stairs to board It out
The electric motor company has expanded
nearly f 100 for llreworks that uro to beset
nlT in l-'alrmount park this evening. SuperIntendent -
Intendent Reynolds desires all parties who
liavo llreworks to take them to the park , In
order to make thodl'mlaynsgmndiis ' possible.
The Hayliss park fountiilii will ho started
up today for continuous operation. The
Kpruys have been cnunli/.ed , the lasido of the
basins painted , and the fountain is now In
perfect running order. It will bo much more
attractive now than when it was tested last
week
Commissioner Grnhnm states that tbrro
will lie no hand concerts hi Hayliss park this
season , us the crowds thus drawn together
trample the gross so t hat It takes a long time
for it to recover. Whatever concerts thorn
nn- will be given in Fail-mount pnrlt , which Is
far moro suitable.
.1 Dunn was arrested yostenlnyfor keeping
n dlsordeily house. That , at least , is the
charge thiit appears on t ho police register ,
Imt a freelnteriirotatlonof it without any re-
giird to thu prohibitory law means tliathu has
not paid Ids siilona license for the past month
Into the city treasury.
Mr.C.G.Si'undcrs of this city nnd Miss Flora
Newklrkof Delta , hi. , were united in mir-
riago at the home of the bride by llov. F. A.
Morgan of Akron , 0. The groom is u well
known attorney hero. After an eastern wed
ding trip the newly imirriij couple will re
turn to this city , whore they will bo nt home
to tlielr friends after August 10.
A. K. Hclgum , who runs iv s 1 ion at the
corner of Seventeenth avenue and Ninth
street , was arrested yesterday morning on
the charge of assault nnd kitten- , preferred
by Nick Molltor. Helgum retaliated by hav
ing Molltor arrested for disturbing the peace.
Helgum slates that iMolitor was creating u
disturbance at hla plaeo nnd ho threw him
out.
out.Tho
The Indies of St. Francis'Xavior's church
will given festival nnd ( luadrillc party this
evening at Masonic temple. More than ordi
nary preparation hns heen mnilo und the at
tractions will doubtless draw a crowded
house. Floor managers , William Malonev , J.
H. McWIllhims [ , , Oeorgo Hughes , F. II. Cua-
nella uud T. V. Hughes ,
Wagon load after wagon loud going intotho
basement of Lowe's restaurant attracted
MIIIIO attention yesterday nnd it developed
thatu whole car load of ocean salt was being
unloaded there. It will nil bo used in froo/.ing
Ice cream before the season is over. Over
EOVCII hundred gallons were fro/en yesterday
to satisfy today's local trade uml'illl out o'f
to\vn orders for the Fourth ,
The following ofllcors of lluinbolilt lo.lgo ,
No. 17-1 , Independent Order of Oddfellows ,
were installed Wednesday evening hy Past
( iniiul John Schtckctaiv ! : .1. Ij. Potci-s , nohlt ;
grand ; Carl Ilia-horn , vice grand ; Peter
Hupp , secretary ; Fritz Meyer , treasurer ;
John Kclilckctiuv , right side noble grand ;
Ennl llosch , lelt sldo notlo ) gmml ; A.
Sehultz , conductor ; Charles Uarglimiscn ,
wanlen. Conrad I.air/.eiidorfer , inside guard ;
( Jeorge Scherer , outside guard.
Jennie tlimsoy , who was arrested several
days iigo with a frail companion lus street
walkers , anil has been sorvinj ; out a line in
the city Jail , was yesterday released by Judge
McCiee , who ordered the balance of 'the line
remitted. The girl's brothers , who came here
from Walnut to see her , secured her release.
They were willing to pay the line , but the
court had no desire to punish anv ono but tlio
Girl herself.
Walter Wilson , who lives on avenue I In
the northern part of tuo city , was taken
before .Justice Ileiulrieks yesterday on a
chnrgo of cruelty to animals , lie was
chnrgod with throwing a stick of wood nt u
neighbor's cow thnt was in his yard. The
cow was tethered with n long' rope nnd
becniuo tangled up with Wilson's porch. Ho
testlllcd that ho did not know the animal was
tied when ho throw the missile , nnd the court
promptly discharged him.
Miss Ollio Clark , night operator at the telephone -
phone exchange , was very agreeably remem
bered by the members of the night police
force , who presented her with n lluo gold
ring , There are thirteen men on the night
force mid they report to heed < iuartcrs bv telephone -
phone every hour , making innumerable de
mands upon the telephone operator. The
presentation was nuido in recognition of the
young hulv's promptness uml obliging dis
position , The ring was presented to Miss
Clark Just before she left forChautuuiiun to
enjoy n week's vacation.
The republican central committee of this
district meets tomorrow to Issue the cull for
tlmcongre-slonal convention. The cull for
the democratic county convention bus Just
been Issued for the Sloth lust. Delegates will
bo chosen to attend the state. Judicial und
coiigixjsblomd conventions , It Is regarded us
exceedingly doubtful whether or not the re
publican convention will bo held in this city ,
as there is a strong sentiment In favor of
some outside towns In thodlstrict. lied Oak ,
Atlantic and .Missouri Vidloyaro candidates
for the honor. '
An nlni-m from box ! I4 called out the fire
department about a o'clock yestordny after
noon. The blnzo WHS nt n restaurant kept by
a colored man near the comer of urnlu street
and seventh avenue , nnd was caused by boys
throwing tired-ackers on the roof. The lire
was extinguished by hose company No. 1
before the rest of the department arrived.
' 1'hls is the second lire cxtinmilshcd ly this
company this month , the other being nt the
gas works. The month Is stnrtiiiR In much
livelier than lust , as only live alarms were
answered In June , mid no water was tin-own
during the month.
Thognsollno stove is inora ilnngerous than
the unloaded gun. Save llfo and property by
using the C. H. Uus nnd Hloctrlo Light Co.'s '
gas stovo.
Dr. H. B. West , poivclam uxnvu uuU bridge
work , No. 13 Pearl.
THE NEWS H THE BLUFFS ,
"What the Oonsna Sho.uld Show According
to Foitoffico Receipts.
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED FOR TODAY ,
IManmvu Will llurc.irtcr OoVot -
TolrpluuiR toClmiilaiKfim Balloon
ni the Imke Ocnurul
and Personal Notes.
"Everything1 else shows the result of tlio
census to bo erroneous , " said Postmaster
Treynor yesterday , "and the postofjlro will
furnish evidence to the sumo effect. Sioux
City clnliiM to have TM.OOO now that their cen
sus is completed. Tholr postofllco receipts
for last year were about * M,00. ) , ) . Our post
ofllco receipts for luil ye.ir amounted to about
.VXW. ) According to that wo ought to have
I'l.iKM ) people , but wo haven't them anil wo
don't want the census to tnalw any such
showing. Tlio receipts of the Omaha post-
ofllco for last year were itbout 'JOO , ( 0 , and
their it'iisni nlvcs them a population of l.'ll-
74'J. Our census ought to show not less than
'W.OOO , and the o llguros are borne out bv
every plun that can he used in approxi
mately ( louring out the imputation nf the city.
1 certainly hoi * that ( ionerul Porter will
order n re-euiiineratlnn of the disputed dl -
trletrt , and 1 really don't see how ho can do
otherwise , "
JUXSTOX KTOIli ; , COUNCIL
A KV\v orOinSpeolidH For 'I'lils Week.
I't-ruso this eurefiiliv. Something inte
resting to almost every family con bo found
In these columns. Don't fail to coino c-irlyas ,
there are bargains laid out eaeh day that
inimy times don't last all day. VI ( it the Itos-
tor. .Store. There you can id ways Mud we
usually do oven a little hotter than wo adver
tise.
LT > 0 dozen bl.ick and colored mitts. Wo
claim to h. " r.blo to show you better value by
far than Cui ; bo found elsewhere in tlio west.
Note our prices Hc ) , U'Jc , Vloc. H'lo , il'.lc ' , l.'o
and 'lOc.Vo \ call your special attention to
cur tile , : i3c , : uicundr,0e mitts , fully > per
cent under vnluo.
A bargain in white floods. All our 'J.'c ' and
Me slrlj od uml checks marked i'Jc ' for this
week at least while they last.
Hosiery-In lids dopurtnvnt we I'liiini to
have no competitors. Wo show a complete
line of ladies' , misses' , children's uud ia-
fants' ' fast blacks. Wo guar.mtca every pall
or mnney cheerfully refunded. A" k to see
our lidles' fast Murks ufJTn ! and ICje. You
will ngreo with as it is the be"t hose you
oversaw for the money.
Our children's two-liy Uvoribb at " " > a lias
no equal , all sizes for ! iSt ? .
At lOc und lU'j'o ' wo show tlio best fast
black stocking in the country.
500 pieces Moino ribbons ut li * a vard.
Special prices on staple colors In all silk
ribbons for this week.
No. fi ribbons for.'ic.
No. 7 ribbons for "e.
No. 0 ribbons for ! ) c.
No l:1 : ilbboiis for l e.
No. 1(1 ( ribbons for Itic.
The ahovo are all good colors , rosulnr
stock , and all sllic gros grain and satin edge.
The above prices good for this week only ,
DOSTON STOHli ,
Koth'-ringhani , AVhltelaw it Co , , Council
Bluffs , la.
Mamivva will bo the place for picnics today.
Thc > boating and bathing never was liner.
People can celebrate the Fourth in a pleasant
and temperate muni.er and feel fresh after an
excursion to the lake and the enjoyment of
it pleasure.
Attractions Tor Today.
There will be ampin attractions in nnd
about tlio city today to satisfy oven the most
patriotie.illy inclined.
A noxcollont programme 'vill bo given at
Chuutauqun , us announced elsewhere in
these columns.
The colored population will find great at
tractions in the barbecue to bo given at F.dr-
inount park.
Wanawa will offer unusual attractions , in-
eluding bleyclo raein ; , ' , prl/o shooting , boatIng -
Ing and hathing. Dalhy's band has been engaged -
gaged to play at tlio lake during tlio entire
day.A .
A lirstrclass racing matinco will bo given
at Union driving park during the afternoon ,
the Ilrst to lo called at ii : : ) . The admission
will be free and this will guarantee fast
time , as the horses will bo driven for all they
are worth , as the winners will not receive a
record by their performance * under those
circumstances. There will bo three races ,
nnd there arc numerous entries in each.
A grand display of fireworks hi Fail-mount
park aiiil at Muiiawa during the evening will
llttiugly ; clo.se thu day's celebration.
J , G. Tipton , nil I estate , S'7 Broadway.
Accommodnt In-j Telephone ? laiiiiKci' .
Jlanuger 0. A. Atkins of the local telephone
ofllco has completed a line to thoChantaiuiun
grounds at considerable expense nnd'loentcJ
a imblie tolcphono in the oftlce of the Chan-
tuuiiuumiinagumt'iit , Just north of the am- \ '
phithoatcr. The cost of eouncctions between
the grounds and the UlulTs will bo 10 cents
and between thogroiindsmul OmahaliO cunts ,
From all other stations the rate will bo 10
cents higher than the regainr rate to Council
Bluffs. It has also boon arranged to have a
messenger service to summon parties on the
grounds who are wanted at the telephone. A
reasonable rates will bo charged for such .ser
vice. The cost of budding the line was con
siderable and tlio work was done moro to : .c-
co'iimodato tlio ChauUuinia visitors than because -
cause it was oxjicctoil that it would bo a pay
ing Investment mmnci.dty.
Tlio Manhattan sporting headq'rs , 413 U-
way.
way.A
A good hose reel free with every 100 feet of
hose purchased at lilxby's.
rtnllooa AhooiHlon ut Muntiwn.
An unusual attraction is booked for Man-
nwa next Sunday and Monday. Frofossor K.
IS. Sturgis will make two balloon ascensions
on each day and como down in u parachute.
The ascensions will bo made at 5 o'clock and
at 10 : ; w in the evening , the daring aeronaut
coming down into the lake at the latter hour
in a blaze of pyrotechnics. The same pro
gramme will bo repeated on Monday. The
whole afl'alr is under tlio management of
Kzra Kendall , the well known comedian who
has appeared here several times in "A Pair
oflCtds. "
Xo Ijimor Dry.
Prohibition Is nt an end at Manaw.i , and
two new saloons will open their doors today.
Government licenses were taken out yester
day by tlio Mauuwa hotel company and by
the Mcnary Park association , and there will
now be beer galore and all the popular alco
holic and vinous trimmings. The budge dis
pensers will contribute the sum of j-l.V ) a
month to the corporation authorities for the
privilege of selling the ardent unmolested.
There will bo a brilliant display of tiro-
works on the water In front of the grand pa
vilion at Lake Manawa this evening. A
number of mammoth lire balloons will bo
sent up carrying n brilliant cargo of pyre
technics. In addition to this there will bo a
five concert and a ball In the pavilion , which
affords iluor ixioui for 1U1) couples , making the
largest room In the west. Only those to
whom tickets are Issued will bo allowed on
the tloor.
The coolest and ploasuntuU plaeo in the
country these evenings U the lake front. It
will bo delightful there this evening.
A PeoU i' < iiit Too Guy.
The great and glorious Fourth was ushered
In about half i st 0 last evening by Polled
Oniccr Crufu and Hoportor Whlttlesey.
Crafts patrols the middle Broadway beat In u
| peculiar style ihat is all his own , and Whit-
] tloaoy devotes the Council IlIutTa columns of
j the Hcpuhllcauto telling how no does It. In-
! osinuch M theio reports urc written up with
1 more rofe'ard for truth than for the feelings of
the ofticcr , it uiuy bo luiaclucd that the litter
oes not entertain for the reporter the wnrin
friendship that a guardian of the peace should
feel toward a humble servant of truth.
The relations between the two become
jomcivhiit Htralncd a lM' nights ago , when
Whlttlesey wai hurrying to a lire , Crafts
stopped him and demanded to know where
ho was going , and Ilnally threatened to run
him In unless ho started homo. The reporter
ftlt badly about It , and yesterday morning
"roasted" " his blue-couted freshness to the
queen's taste. Crafts swore ho would get
even , and as ho was passing the I'aelllc
house last evening nt the hour nliovo
mentioned some ono threw u lighted
lire cracker Into the street.
Crafts looked around and espied Whlttlesoy
nnd Immediately proceeded to collar him ,
Whllllosey protested , but ho was marched to
tlio station and booked for "tiring n lire-
cracker. " Bonds were furalsiied and ho was
released. Crafts resumed work on the beat
nnd tried to stop nil further celebration , but
IIP might as well have tried to make the Mis
souri river run up stream. The word was
quickly passed around and there was moro
racket on that beat for the next two hours
than there will bo In the whole city today.
Crafts dashed around frantically , but the
dynamite crackers kept exploding tinder his
very fe'-t with a regularity that was any
thing but monotonous. Olu and young joined
in the sport , and llimlly the olllcer gave it up
as a bad Job. Ho roall/ed that hejhiid fastened
Ids Incisors Into a chunk that ito cnuld not
nm.-tleate. and it kept getting more unman-
uijeablo all the time. It lasted until the crowd
got tired and went homo.
.Inly I.
Take the Omaha and Council Bluffs elec
tric line for a pleasant day's entertainment at
the Ch.iutiiun.ua assembly. Fare for the
round trip , Including admission to the
grounds , TO cents. Largo display of fire
works at F.ilrniount p.irk In the evening.
Kino races at the Council HlitlTs driving park
at 2.0 : p. m. Uicyclo races , boating , bathing ,
etc. , ut .Manmva. "Tako the motor for a quick
trip.
Fireworks In front of the grand pavilion at
Lake Manawa tonight.
Everybody should go to the Chaut'ilifum ' on
the Fourth. Tlio great Itock Island route
will bo prepared to handle * * ,0.l , ( ) people on the
great and glorious Fourth of July.
Trains will leave Main street depot as fol
lows :
7:10 : a , m. , 7:50 : a. m. , ! ) : : i"a. in. , 0 ; . " > l ) a. m. ,
10 : . > ( > a. m.
1 : . " 0 p. in. , 2:40 p. in.1 ilS p. m. , C'l7 : p. in , ,
( Jr : 0 p. in. , 7:10 : p. m.
Corresponding trains will leave Clmutnuqtta
with abundance of cars nud ninulo rnom to
make everybody happy. Motor line will
inako close connection with all trains mid sell
throu gh tickets , including admission to
ground. J , MrUi.ixroi K , Agent.
Fine entertainments have been arranged
for the people at Lake Manawa today.
J'XttNH\tI , I'.t ll.l tilt.t I'ltH.
Wlss Kittle ICvnns , stenographer for .ludgo
A /lesworth , is visiting friends in Lincoln.
John Sorensen of Trenton , Mo. , represent
ing the Travelers' accident insurance com
pany , was In the city yesterday.
1' . J. ICirby , a llrst-elnss club swinger ,
heavy-weight lifter , hand ball pliyer and
all-around athlete , has been engaged bv tin
proprietors of the Manhattan and will un
doubtedly Iwcoino popular with the patrons
of that resort.
K. A and M. W. MIkcsell of AUvood ,
Kim. , uro visiting relatives in this city.
Fourth ol'tluly. .
The lioston Store , Council Bluffs , will bo
closed ull dny today In honor of tlio nation's
holiday.
Flreworku at Maniiwa I'oilny.
Kxtra trains vill ho rim on the Mmawa :
motor Uuo today and until a late hour tonight.
.T. C. Hlxby , steam ncaung , sanitary engi
neer , OW Lifo building , Omaha ; 203 Merriatn
block , Council UlufTs.
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O.
Dcmpjoy Bros. , lj ( ) Main street , is the only
place in town whore you can get fresh anil
delicious confectionery.
If you wish to sell your propertv call on the
.lucid A Wells Co. , C. B. Judd pwsidcut , ( X
Broudwuv.
run c.i nxrr.i i , .
Ogden , Utah , Arrays Herself in Oaln
lny Atlli-o.
OaniiN , Utah , July a. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BEI : . ] The carnival has been very
successful today. The royal party visited
Syracuse beach on Salt Lake this afternoon ;
returning tlioy witnessed the cowboy tourna-
tnenstin which twelve cowboys were selected
from a , larger number to meet the twelve
champion tournament knights in the contest
for the championship of Utah tomorrow.
This exhibition is an Imitation of the contests
of mcdiiuval times.
In the evening , at the coliseum building ,
the competitive military drill took place.
This was of far moro Interest. The Louisi
ana rifles were conceded superiority and did
not enter the contest. The great feature of
the day war given immediately following tlio
drill by a hundred Hannock and a hundred
tilioshoiio'Indians.
They wore dressed in sill the
grotesque styles of war dnnco costume and
conducted the performance in their own way.
They opened by chanting to the king and
queen then they went through the war
whoop chorus and conduced with a half
hour of wild and strange dain.- > and move
ments peculiar to an occasion like this.
A number or braves beat the tom-tom and
pounded time on pieces of wood , chtiiitlngtho
whllo during the time the main body of war
riors were dancing anil the great audiuaco of
( iiK)0 ) people looked on with Intense interest
and frequently cheered the braves with vo
cifijus energy. Following this was the bal
for this evening , which was a brilliant uiluir
Tomorrow is the gre.it closing day.
Hlg Cloudburst In To\as.
VAX HOIIN , Tex. , July II. A remarkable
cloudburst in the mountains stopped tr.iftlc
on the Texas Pacific toJuy. A train coming
from HI Paso today near hern ran into an
enormous Hood of water which had spread
eight miles over the valley and completely In
undated this town. The train hud to lay up
here , us the track ahead was all washed out.
Tim ( looil { Minn nlmnqt.vllhnnt iviifnlin- .
though it had been raining heavily in the
mountains for many hours , Croat damage
was done.
Spnln'H CalilntM Resignation Accepted
MAUIIIII , July ! ! . The queen regent has ac
cepted the resignation of the members of the
cabinet. The sitting of the cartes has been
suspended pending the formation of a now
ministry ,
The Dog limited Woven Dnyn.
Huro is u tale the truth und accuracy
orvhlcli I am ready If need bo to unnwor
for with my life , wtys a writer in the
iiosUm Post. A cortiiin Bporlhiiuin once
s-poiit three weeks at ii certain t-encoast
town in Mu > wirhus < > ttH , and every day ,
except Sunday , ho wont ( juiiuin for mil
birds with hln Hotter , Groucj. But
Groimo hunted HO veil days In tlio wuuk ,
On Sunday uftornooiiH ho would slip oil
by himholf , ilodyo behind the barn , ami
{ jo out ever the inar.shcij , where ho usu-
idly hud line sport , seldom roturniu ; , '
without live or < dx blrdH , all of which ho
duly deposited In ti corner back of the
hoiiso. This done Orouso would como
slowly Into his master's presence and lie
down nt his feet with u hypocritical wnj ?
of lil tail , as much as to wiy Unit ho had
been to church , or had boon taking-
quiet , Christian Sunday afternoon nap.
llowovitrvlion sharply commanded to
p > ami fetch tlio jf n mo that lie luul
brought homo , Grouse would blink oil ,
und , coming back with u tdiiglo bird In
liin mouth , would vow and protent , in
dog liuigiui o , that tills coiiHUtuted hid
whulo 1m ; , ' , and that ho had not killed
another one. His ititiMor , however ,
kjimrlni * ; wejl with whom ho had to dual ,
used to Insist upon the production of
another bird , nud thu sumo poilotimiuieo
would bo repeated , porlmjw half a do/.rn
timo.s , until Ilnally Cirouru mine back
oniity'handi ] > dorriitlioroinity-moiithed | ,
Hlio\viii ( , ' that the Hiipply WIIH really ox-
hauHtud. I am uf rnld that thin story lias
not a very good moral , the lt < ro boliitr a
Sahbath-uroaking' , deceitful kind of a
dog , hut it nuibt bo romomhoi cd that ho
had never boon taught any bettor.
CLOARIIAKERFCET RIOTOUS ,
Drivcii Desperate bj Huigar Tlisy Attack
Non-Uiii6u Workers ,
SOME EXCITING SCENES ON BROADWAY.
Alluyer for Ono [ ' "Inn Iliully IJentrn
and Ono Shop KiUli-oly Clrunctl
Out INtll'tii Stui-iea
Nnw YORK , July : t. StriUlnfjcloalcmnUcrs ,
rcmlercu iloHjicnitc by the cries of their
wives ntul rhtliltvn for uruad , assembled on
Uroiuhvay this morning nml nssaulteil u utiui-
boi1 of men who hail liikoii their phivcs.
1'licro uro many pitiful stories of want ntul
despair outsort by the strike * , nnd the violent
temper ofthc striking mob , mmlo up of men
vho are tisuully pi'iu'i'ful citizens , only noes
to show that they nre In itespenito stnilts.
> 'ot u few received dispossess notice * curly
iintl wore turned out Into the streets like
slieep. Lnst night \viis cold nnil choorlesa
mid tlio rain rouitng down Intennlttontly.
Lust nlftlit In Oivlmnl , EldrlitKO und Kor-
sytlio streets , were whole fiiuiillcsvlio were
homeless and hungry. They hud no
l > liieo to KQ mid nothing to cat. This
morning In a dri//.liii } ; ralu fathers ,
sons and brothers , minilnTltiir over two
thousand , most of whnin hud boon up nil
night , went over to tlii-lr old workshops with
u dusucrulo resolvii. They massed In front
of Aloyer , Jnnns.snn & Co.'s ' place and the
Mercantile elo.ik I'omp.m.v , two of the larg
est establishments in the city. Joseph I.er-
Imrger , a buyer In the employ of Meyer t
.loiuisson , etime briskly down the street.
When the strikers saw him they iiuulo a
rush ut him , and I > rbnrgcr vas badly beaten
In-fore he nianagfd to eseapi from this mob.
The succo.is of tlio attack upon tlio ilrst vic
tim secmcil to turn the usually peaceful won
into a body of rioters. They ran down to
Jm.Misson's store , and the front door being
opoi- few of the bolder ones entered , seized
the ofllco boy , Charlie Duttucr , and in a
set-end ho w.is iwoivint ? the saino kind
of blows wlilfh 1V11 upon Lerhmyer.
William Wiisnor , an operator. Joseph Koedel-
lielmer , a packer , aind liooklceeper Siniins
were the next to receive similar trenttiicnt to
that accorded the other two. Two Italians
were then attacked , but drew weapons and
the striken lied. The mob next gathered
uroi iid a I'lo'ikmultei n.imcd ICunzo. He did
not fjet away so easily a ? the other men.
When the police , who had been notified , ciuno
running down the streets the striken * si'at-
tered , but they left K'unzo on the sidewalk
bleeding from half a ilo/en seven ) cuts on his
ho.id , They must have Melted him , us his in
juries are serious.
All this timounothoi'detarhment of strikers
luul been busy two blocks below. They were
' '
men who had'been in the employ of tb'o Mer-
eantilo doak company and tlioy cuthcrcd
there just as they did'in front of Mover &
Jomisson's and waited for the scab workmen
to coiao along , They wore rewarded Just before -
fore b o'clock , when they surrounded two
men , struck them half a do/en tiu.es and then
chased them upstairs , The mob was then
scattered by the police. '
While all tills \vas going on an angry mob
of striking cIoikiiMkers collected at the cor
ner of Irvington and Kldriilgo streets , deter
mined to obtain work or prevent the bosses
from employing non-imlnii workmen. Sam
uel Villct , a I'olc , lius aboiit a scow of mun
uml ng cloalu for him. lie did not like the
look of the strikers. Accoixlln ly 1m locked
and buried his door. About 1 ! : : ) , when the
crowd was the largest , Villett's employes
worn startled Ly a crash. The strikers had
broken open the dour , and a mob of about
thirty , led by Abraham Rosenburir , rushed in
upon them. They demanded that ull hands
stop work , and , meeting with no success ,
begun to threaten and intimiilato Villct and
his workmen. The strikers throw out of the
windows the plusli cloaks being made. Pan
demonium reigned and the streets in that
vicinity were filled with a surging
mass of people. Villct , becoming ; terrorized
and after receiving an ugly slash across the
light eye with a knife , whipped out a re
volver and fired two shots. Ono bullet
lodged in the bade of Abraham Kosenburg
and with a shriek ho staggered out on the
street. At this moment the police arrived.
They captured Vlllet and eighteen other per
sons and carried them off to jail. liosenburg
was removed to the hospital , where ho lies in
a precarious condition.
Tonight 2 < W Jews on the cast nldo mobbed
the driver of a loaded cloak manufacturer's
truck , on which also rode a policeman. The
latter caught the mob's leader and let his
club fall on his head so often that ho col
lapsed and the crowd slunk away.
irOItln'S F.I til tHtJI3I18SIO\KKN.
They Hold a Meeting and Adjourn
Until Xc.\t October.
Ciiictoo , July ,1. The first session of the
national world's fair commission ended today ,
a recess being taken until Octobers At the
morning session a roinnmnicatloi. vas r-jad
from Colonel Brownrepresenting the mining
interests of Coloradoasking the appointment
of a committee to confer with the local board
regarding the proposed mineral exhibit. The
exhibit Is to be underground , the walls of the
corridors , lullsetc. . , helm' formed of various
mineral ores arranged as found in the earth.
Keferred to the committee on mines and
mining.
A resolution expressing the satisfaction of
the commission with the tliiancial report of
the local organization was adopted after con
siderable diii-ussion.
The question of an appropriation for the
payment of the lady managers was referred
to a committee.
A now committee was constituted to bo
known us the committee on machinery uml
motive power , and consisting of eight com
missioners.
A committee on titles nnd local facilities ,
to which will bo referred all tmestions about
site , transportation , etc. , was announced as
follows :
Commissioners GronerB wing , BnttGurvn ! ,
1-V'iich , Williams , Ferry , Hundley , llrain-
nrd and Itynnc. .ludlelarv committee , Massy.
I mlsay , Bewail , St. CM air , Smalloy and
Gregg.
A eominltteo or eight on a forestry ana
lumber exhibit was also organized.
Just how much of the fair will bo located
on the lake front is apparently still an
open matter. Only a formal dciinitioa
of the boundaries of that part
of the site was contained in the communica
tion from the local directors , saying it was
the intention to mnlio as largo use as possible
of the now existing or that may bo gained
hereafter on the lake front , ami use Jackson
park so far iis may bo- necessary to provide
adequate room and buildings for the expo
sition.
The Journal this ovruing says : "A con
flict of authority as to the appointment of a
director general has arisen between the na
tional commission und the local directors , the
latter claiming the right under articles of in
corporation , whllo the jormer claim
authority under the act of congress -
gross in relation to the fair. " The
Journal hud Interviews with a number of
commissioners on the subject , the general
concensus of whoso views is that while the
act does give authority In expressed terms , it
does so bv Implication. Mr Do Young of
San I'lamisco holds Unit the commission has
undoubted authority. anil think * Mr.
( loshorn , who was director general of the
Philadelphia centennial , is the most desirable
man for the place.
SlcamHlilj > ArilvalH.
At London-Sighted : The Augusta Vic
toria and the City of Berlin , from New York.
At Southampton The Tiuve , from New
York ,
At N'ow Yoik The N'oonlland , from Ant
werp ,
Knglanil Oix-es Fnuion nn
LONDON , July ! ! . The Herald has learned
fromM. lllbot , French foreign minister , that
Kngland gives to Franco an island In the
CiUTibeaiiseiiand recognizes a French pro
tectorate over Madagascar.
A Holioomsr
Fiuxi'li-co , July > ' ) . The sehoonci
NnpiiCity , from Point Arena with n cargo ol
| Ksts and bark , capsized last night olT I'olnt
Itoyra during u heavy northwest wind. ( Juji-
tain Thlimm and William Newman , the cook ,
I were drowned. The junto and seamen were
I 1'lckcd u ] > by a passing bcliooner ,
.I.V .I.V.V
Paris linotitmktTR Want Their .Money ,
ami They Want II Quick ,
[ ttl ) > J/ll / /Wlfcl/t/ilWO / / WilllllMI KCIIII'/M
I''ius , July ! l.-New | York Horld Cable-
Special to Tin : llr.i.1 Mlw Alllen. a well
known New York young lady , was summoned
the other day to appear before a justice of
the peace at the tintanc : of Ilellstelu , a well
known bootmaker. This is only one of the
many Inconvenleii'.io3 sometimes Imposed
upon str.mgoM In I'arii by various establish
ments where bills nru not p.dd at the moment
due.
due.The
The prominence of Miss AlHcn In the social
World makes this unfortunate experience
with French shopkeepers of till the more hi-
toivt to the public , especially Americans
abroad. MIssAllion for u month imt , and
perhaps more , has bought , nail promptly paid
for , her boots nnd shoes at llullstein's estab
lishment. In this Instance , however , the
order was for n sister of the lady , who
had gone for u fortnight to London and the
boots hud been delivered without the bill ,
Some days afterward the account was pre
sented during the absence of Miss Alhen.
Several tlines during the same dny the ac
count was seat In and Ilnally a note , saying
that unless apostoftlcoorder win Immediately
forwarded , Ilellstelu would send for the
police.
Miss Allien naturally frightened at
this unwarranted attack and wrote
ut once to the bootmaker asking what
ho meant by such inipurtlnciici1. The imgal-
lant bootmaker replied : "Vonlmvo said I
am most Impertinent ; I want my money. "
Miss Allien then saidI will send you a
check today or Suturday night. "
Miss Allien mailed the check to Hollstein
by po t , but on Sunday moridii } , '
she received a summons to court. She con
sulted Consul General Kathbone , who sent a
representative to court on Tuesday at the ap
pointed hour. Miss Allitn related her most
ainitsiiigexperienco for a dame Uomondo In
tincourt of the justice of the peace.
She "I sat from '
says : K'M : till
1:1.1 : o'clock in a miscellaneous crowd
with my mnld and heard a lot of prominent
names culled out , from Mine. La Daeheaso to
Mine. La ( Jonitosso. Then M. Papillon , and
Ilnally my own , was called at hist after wait
ing all this time for my turn. The son of
IU'll toln , who sat near mo all the time , came
coolly up and said , 'Tho case Is called off ; you
have paid the bill. '
1 replied : 'I do not wish it cancelled. I
want your impertinence settled,1 'Very
well , ' sneered the young man , 'good ' morning ,
lundumosolle , if it please you to wait , do so. ' "
Miss Allien asked the clerk of the court
why she had not been notllled before the case
was finished itlul why she hud been kept
waiting. The clerk said : "If the young
man had been a gentleman ho would have
told you at once and you would not have
boon so inconvenienced. " The total of the
bill was for 101 francs 7.1 cents.
AltJiV OF TIIK
Annual lleiuilon of the Association nt
Port land , Mv ,
POUTI.VXPMo. . , July I ) . Over ono thou
sand members of the association of the Army
of the Potomac , Including all the prineip.il
oflleers of the organization , are herein at
tendance upon the annual reunion.
( ionoral Collins of New York presided nt
the meeting this afternoon and Cicncral Kr.m-
cl * A.VnlJier \ delivered the oration. Hon.
Horatio King read a poem.
Hon , Ilanuiblo Hiinilin was received with
tremendous applause uud held quite a recep
tion on the stage.
After General Walker's ' review of the ca
reer of the army of the Potomac General
Sherman was brought forward amid tliun-
ders of applause. He said , among other
things , that he luul learned since going upon
the nlatform , that the grain ! review in Wash
ington terminated when the Army of the I'o-
tomao passed , lie had aid eu that the review
occupied three days and that the Army of the
1'otoniac occupied the ilrst day. The people
tip therein Washington did not have a very
peed opinion of western armies and thought
they were a rather disorderly lot. "Now I
assure you , " said thooldgencral , "my friends
of the Army of the Potomac , wo were n bet
ter drilled army than you were. I know It
because I was commanding general. " This
was greeted with great laughter. General
Sherman then told In a humorous way how
ho noted faulty points in the review
of the Army of the Potomac and quietly
sent word to all his corps commanders that
night to look out for these things , and with
good result. As to the patriotism within
the hearts of the different corps no ono needs
to speak.
Hon. Hannibal Hainlln sjwko briefly nrj
was followed by Generals Howard , Deveiis ,
Porter and Admiral Gherhardl.
At the business meeting General Seldea
Connor of Maine was elected president. The
next meeting will bo held in Haffalo.
Tomorrow there will boa grand demonstra
tion , in w'"Mi ' the sailors and marines of the
North Atlantic snuudron and all the state
militia will take part.
TlinCiro.it Jtouk Inland Itontc
will nell tickets to all points on their
line July oil nnd1th , good until uiul in-
chullntr July "tli , sit one faro for the
round trip.
A I' . IT.lt I'
Milco i'.remmn of Ito-lou Has His
skull Krart urccl.
CIIICAOO , .luly U. .lack Ashton was to liavo
met IVankGlover at Battery D tonight in a
hard glove contest and u',000 , people assembled
to witness the encounter. The police prevented
vented the men from appearing , however ,
owing to the fact that Mike liivnuiin of
lioston was so seriously injured that ho
will probably die. Hrcnnnn was contesting
with frank flarr.ird of Chicago , nominally
for points , hut It Is assorted that the snorts
present know the light was to bo for blood.
IJrennan is the man who recently
worsted Tommy White of Chicago
cage in a Icug drawn out
battle. The match between lirenn.m uud
Oarrard was n llereo one , but after the second
round Brennnn had decidedly the worst of It.
In the third and fourth ho was repeatedly
knocked down , and - In the liftti ,
after arising two or three times , both nun
being very groggy. Garrard pushed against
him and both luon went to the floor , Hrunnaii
underneath. Ills head struck the hard
boards with a resounding crack , nnd when
( ! arrard arose rJrcnnnn was found to bo un
conscious , Physicians wtira summoned , but
up to a Into hour tonight consciousness had
not returned and the docturs think h will
die , having undoubtedly suffered concussion
of the br.iiu.
Cliroiilo liilhimmntfoii of the Illadder.
Is promptly cured by the waters of Excel-
slornpriugs .Missouri.
Victory lor the ICslicr Unction ,
CHICAGO , July ! l. .ludgo Iloiton today an
nounced his decision la the litigation be
tween opposing parties in the Evangelical
church , the suit being by the nuti-Ksher ap-
polntco to Salem church , this city , to re-
btrain llov. George Vctter , appointed by the
Ksher conference , from occupying the
pulpit. Judge Hot-ton refused thu inuic- ] )
tion , but did not give imy grounds
for the decision , remarking that he
had found it impossible to construct an opin
ion which could not boused by either sltlo as
campaign documents la church politics. Ills
conclusion , ho said , was not to bo construed
as In any sense passing on thu question of
Bishop hshcr's right or lack of right to per
form his 12plicup.il functions. The Ksherites
regard the decision as u grc.it victory for them ,
but the untl-Msheritos will begin new
legal proceedings , It Is understood that
.ludgo IIorton'H refusal to remove Vetterwas
owing to his conviction that church contro
versies should not bo brought Into court and
that the general conference of Ib'Jl ' is the
proper tribunal for the settlement of the mat
ter.
I'rlglitini Iljuoli IU < ; OH.
IlKuniroN HKKII , July a ( Special Tele
gram to T'm ; Iai.JSummary ) : of today's
races :
I'lrst race , sulllne , for two-year-olda , five-
eighths of n mile Coivolnuus won. Krixmt
second , Kntlly I'artortlilrd , Tlmo iiO.l'i. '
Second race , three-fourtln of a mile I'hu1- '
nix won , I'rlni-n Howard second , Mulor Ditlv
third. Tlnut-1 : lil'v '
Third race , ono mllo-IClng Oral ) won ,
Jueglersecond , .Seymour third. Tlmo 1 :4.Y :
loiirth race , one and one-slNtconth iiles |
Badgewon. . Xophyrus second , Verdcur third.
Tlmo I : .V > 'f. '
1'ifth race , selling , 0110 and otio-hal f-mllcs
llonan/a won , Klevo H-coud , Harristor
third. Tlme-yll. :
Sixth race , selling , ono and one-quarter
miles , ovi r ft hurdleslltissnulo won , Van-
elmo second , Linguist third. Tlmo 3JU : 4' .
A newstnriuid u new play entcitalnrd nn
excellent nudlence ut lloyd's opera house last
night. Joseph lluwoith in the title role of
"Paul ICauvar" was soon for the Ilrst time
here , and his Impersonation as well as the
character itself undoubtedly created uvorv
favorable liiitnvsslnn. The play Is founded
on tlio French revolution , therefore is full
of putilotie sentiment and enthusiastic hove-
ism. lleing an actor of strong emotional
powers , the purl has a peculiar lltncs.H to Mr ,
llawoith's natural gifts. Ho has the ad
vantages of u line stage presence , easy , grace
ful mannerism and a magnificent voice.
These qualities , combined with an Intelligent
reading of the lines , perfectly natural pee
and artistic development In gesture , expres
sion u.iil feeling , at once r.mk him as one of
the foremost young actors of the ago. Tim
stimiort was good , the stage settings beauti
ful , the costumes in keeping , and everything
just right fur u smooth. intore-.ting und enjoyable -
joyablo performance. Mr. Frank Lynch.who
pl.iys . the heavy vllllim , attracted spoi-i.d at-
ontlon , and won considnrablc comment in
praise of his efforts. Miss Uzzio Uechcllo
and Misi I ivinhiVhltn were also well liked
for the earnest manner In which tlioy sus
tained the principal female characters ,
Sliot Through \Vlinlotv. .
A couple of men mude life a burden for the
people living at Capital avenue and Seven
teenth street last iiight. They occupy the
Hat on the corner , and to properly observe
the Incoming of Independence day
tliev thought It was necessary
to do something romai kable. This they did
bv shouting through tlio windows of'Mr. .
i-oster's residence upon the onposltu side of
thesticet. Wldh no ono was injured , it was
a narrow escape for several of the Inmates of
the house. The two men will lie arrested
this morning.
- HI
Nervous debility , pnor memory , dinideiirc1.
sexual weakness , pimples.curcd liy Dr. Miles
Nervine. Samples free at ICiiliu iV Co.'s loth
and Douglas.
President , llai'ilson at ( 'ape May.
CAM : Mir , .luly a. Pnsidcnt Harrison ar
rived tonight.
AVnit ers Oet Their Kateo.
ST. PAUL , Minn. , July II. The threatened
witters' strike lias been averted by the con
cession of thu demand of the men for a big
advance.
A Itrutnl Ocrnmii Ollicer.
A ITU tnl Cicrninii yiib-lieiitonunt stood
Fword in hand over a privalo soldier and
coiniiolled him to lieop his hiind in belling -
ing water over a fire , itiulcr the pretunso
that II was tlio doctor's order to remove
a contusion. The hand was ruined and
the man crippled for life. 3 In has been
invalided for Iifo anil given u pension of
jL'.itta mouth. The inhuman ollicer was
( cut to prison for two months.
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas' Klectric
Oil to ( juickly cure a cold or relieve hoarse
ness. Writ ton by Airs. M. .I. Fellows , Burr
Oak , St. Joseph o. . Mich.
DflUGLAS--STREET
- - ,
On account of our largo
inul iuoroiising Practice ,
wo hnvo 15RMOVKD to
moro spacious and con-
vonicut ofliccs.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
1409 Douglas St. Omaha , Nel * .
fhejrOiirphy
MANUFACTURING CO. ,
1st Avenue and 2Isi St ,
Sash , Doors and Blinds
Hand and Peroll Sa lnc. Ite-Suwliis and
I'liihilng. Hiiwlni ; of all kinds , 1'i'U'h Iliai-kels.
KlmllliiK wooil $ . . " 0iei | load ilellvered , Clean
sawdust hy tlm harrul. 2"ic. All woili to bo
elnss. 'relephoiio''ii.
'VOUU ' I'ATHONAlIB ' POMCITKI ) . "
NOTICES.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
.
\\T ASTKH to Trudn - Ilorsoiinniisty \ \ tin
> > tot Int'ounell UluiU Imiulio at I oun-
tiiln flititr slofe.
_
1Vlll.In ( > Or will trade for n itood road
.1 . . , . > ' - , , In \\u\- \
> * team , stidllon No. rei ! v , ri'Kl-tteird III -
luce. Hy Dr. Aii'lillnlil , < latu tiy Kentucky
( 'lay.3ycaiaolil. Apply lo Dr. Mneriu1.
-\\7ANTii-lnoil ; ) girl by Mr * . A. P. Hiitl-
I'hotl.U'O rourtn street.
m.xieru nouses. \V.
\V. Illlgcr. JHl'eall ttuil
. . ( ent-lliinluii hi tut , wlthf
J. U. Idee. Ic/J Main St. , Council
_
D .o I'lirtni'tililpTlu > n-
-sldp hi'ii'liiftiro I'VlslIng Imlwei'iiUed , II.
DcMcr ntul 1'rankW. HCXMP , umler the II mi
unmeet loU'rlli" < so of I'nuiiell Illull . la. .
Isthlsday dlsMilvcd. July I , I KM , Frank W.
" \\rilV pay rent , \vticn von can buy a homeon
M the same terms , and In cnso of your de.itli
at any time loavu your family tlio homo clear
on Ihufolhm'lnittorins :
A luimo worth tl.iw at2 ) \ per tiuml h.
A homo Mortli * ! . : > > , > ut its per month.
A liouii * worthtJ.IMI ill IH per month ,
A limno- worth } V > 0 at { M pirnumth.
A liimio ( irth < liMI at , } H per MinnHi.
Otbcr pilced lioiiii'son Ibo s'lliu'lei-iin. Tll
aliovo monthly payineiiH Ineludo | irlnolil | :
und lnlere t. Vnr fifll jurl Ionian fall tin or
nililri'smlin.lii \ \ \Vi-ll \ C'o. . ( jul Uru.iuw.iy.
I'ouncll U luffs , la.
_ _
I5KXT Tbe < li > re IIHUU. Nn. IS ,
nn IViid st.V I' . James.
U"T ; IIAV1sfviT.il l > ( "iu"t U'lrirviTr '
that e will t r.id" f.ir iMi'ii-n tn-r ! vain
lots liiOniiilni ( ii-l'iiii'iell'iluirs. ' ' Tlio Judd &
Wellsl'o. . Couni'll ll.iitl'i. la.
J. I ) . iiiMf\i : ox. l ro HI. SllfniliT VUcrcs | >
OIAIIIKS I ! HAVNAN , C'jislnor.
CITIZENS STATE BAI1K
OK corxc-ii , iu.n-M'- .
1'nid up Capital $1 " > ( l,000.00
SuiMlii8 ) and I'nillts f > ll,000.00
Liability to Depositors itoll.OOO.OO
DIIIKC-TOIIS : I. A.Miller , I'M ) , ( lleasun. K.i. .
Slniuiitt. I ) , 1C. IhiPII. II. K < lmmi-iiM. cluirli'.s
C. Iliinnan. 'rrinmai'l s-'iii-riil l.-mUliK lm l-
ni'st. Lniui'sf e'ipltiil and suiplusof nny b.in'i
In Southwestcrn Iowa. -
INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS.
OFHCIiR & Pt'SliY ,
ANKERS.
L'lirnrr Main tmd Hniuduay.
COUNCIU BLUFFS , IOWA.
Pojlersln furi'l 'ii and nninestle lAchnnpo.
Ciilli'i't Itins tniido unit Inteii'it paid uu lln.u
( lejmlt.s.
MAXON" & BOU IGEOIS ,
Architects and
Superintendents.
Fine Interior Decorations.
KOOIII ' . ' .VI Mrrrluin Kliiclc. I'dinii'll Illuirs , Fa
Itnoni ( HON. V. Life HiilMliiL' , Oinaliu. Si-b
ALL WORK. WARRANTED.
DR. J. D. JACKSON , Doutal Surgcsry.
All Idnils ufvnih \ dniiii. You win Ki\t > oan-
liaifiin your cold .Mini > llvoi tilling by calling
at loDiii W Mi'ri-laiii lildi-K. Council lllulVs ,
15 MAIN ST.
LAUNDRY.
Shlrts.lOe. Collars.- ! ' . PiilK k' . I'ndershlrtH
fe. llindkerc'lik's ( , ' , ' . ' . booUh , He. K allies'
clothes cheap ,
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
JOHN SAN KEE.
F. M. ELLIS & CO. ,
ARCHITECTS
And I3ullcling Superintendents.
KiKtius CiU und rt. lien llcill < llii . Oinnlin ,
Nell. , nnil UDOIIIS'Jll nnil L'll ) Mcrrlani llliu-U ,
Council Illuirs. In. Gorru.siuiiKlencu Millclted ,
The Largest Stock of Pictitro
Frames and Mouldings
I'verbnmclit to lliu wo < t are now nn Mnlu at
iinr store. Tlio coixU com pi-No the i-ntlru
wliolosalu stock of M. Ad I or. und wi'ro bought ,
at sliorliFs BIO : ! at less tliin ; U * > pen1 emit o (
wliulesalc Viiluu. Wo will soil you [ ilcluro
fraiiios uhcaiicr tliiin vnu enii liny thu inilln-
Islicil iiinterlal for. Thu slock i'i > uiirlbe.s | the
host K'"iiu ! of Kooils iiinilu. I'onio and sett
Miles &L Whaley , 406 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
STEMOPF & SCOFIELD
iANDLxE NOXHINQ
BUT
NICE , CLEAN , FRESH
Customers who order goods before clin :
ncr will have them promptly delivered
before dinner and no excuses ,
204 BROADWAY - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
= = '
WHY PAY HIGHfpRICES FOR
Wlirn yoiiPdiiRot the heft there Is made In . every line atprlem Hint will not Imi.krupt vmit.
Thcro Isno tnsto nor pinx ) tliatnc eanniil siill. Ynu wunt lohi-aullfy yciur . IKDIKilou't youV
Tlicu come In und fcce hutv I'lcRiinlly and t'lieaply yon eau auMiniihsli | It.
People's Installment House ,
MAXDKIJKLKIN. . ' 0 Ilruudwuy , ( 'oiiiull lllulTn. Iowa.
MOORE & BOWMAN ,
lore in the
419 BROADWAY ,
Full Line of Domestic
AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
All of Peregoy & Moore's Goods Kept in Stock.
GENTLEMEN WHO DESIRE THE FINEST
BRANDS OF CIGARS TO BE FOUND IN THE
WORLD CAN GET THEM HERE ,
C , A , BEEBE & COMPANY ,
ilnaiid Hiilalt puttiers In
FU TT T
( .iir fbt Hlock und Lowest I'rlceH. DuulurH , send ( orCatalogue.
205 and 'Ml ' Broadway , and 201 nud 200 Tierce Street , Council BluffB ,

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