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THE OMAHA DAILY BEK : SATURDAY , MAY 28 , 1S02-T\VELYE PAGEt
THE OMAHA BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE : - NO. 12 PEARL STREET. ly Carrier to any pnttof the City II. W. TILTON. - MANAGER IluVneM Office . No 4.1 Kmor. . Nog N Y. Plumbing Co. Council Bluffs Lumber Co. , coat Craft's chattel loans. " 04 SappblooC. A fire alarm c.imo lu yesterday noon , but tirovcd to bo caused by the crossing of some of tb.3 wires. William T. Butcher was taken to tbo in sane hotpltat at Cltirluda yesterday by Dep uty bhcrlff Hooker. An Inmate of the house of III repute at 140 1'lcrcn street , took poison last night , bent on committing suicide. It was her sixth uttcmpt , nnd will probably succeed. The Chatntiquii chorus , which wan to hnvo held Its second meeting next Monday evenIng - Ing , will not moot until \\ednesday , us the Mnsonlc temple on that evening will bo occupied for other purposes. Iho 10-year-old son of Judge Aylosworth , who ran uwny from home , was found lalo Thursday night nnd returned to his anxious parents. The MO which ho bai uorrowcu ironi his father to go fortune hunting with was located also. Mrs. Miller , whose husband drives for J. K. Hollonijcck , was thrown from a buggy in ft runaway yesterday afternoon , near the cor ner of Main street mid Tenth avouu ? , nnd was severely bruised. Her son wits nUo With her , but csrapcd unhurt. Mrs. Miller \vas taken to her home on Avenue K , nnd will bo nil right in a few-days. D. H. Wilson has filed nn Information ngalnst his \vifo ana Joseph Jordan , charging them with lowduess. Wilson IH now In thu county jail awaiting a trial on the chanro of obtaining money under false pretenses , und tbo oninlon of those who nro tatnilinr witli the fucts of the case seems to bo that It is lu- Etltutod out of motives of revenge. J. II. Marsh called at the police station yesterday and gave himself up , saying ho wanted to bu locl < o.l up. He had tried to cot along without drinking , but his Jagsomo proclivities wcro too much for nlm , and ho could not go on tbo street without accumu lating u load that made It necessary for him to occupy tbo whole sidewalk. Ho wat ac commodated with u berth in the city Jail. The saloon near the Northwestern depot , kept by Jack Mills , was visited by till tap pers la'st evening. There were three in tbo gang , and one of them , whoso nnmo was Pat Shannon , occupied the proprietor's attention while the other two went through , the money drawer. After they had rilled lief its con tents , which amounted to about , $ -0 , they de camped , but Shannon was captured later lu tha evening. The other * are still at largo. P. W. Ilodson presented l < \ A. Jerome of . Omaha yesterday tolustico Cones us a pros- pcctlvo bondsman lu the case of obtaining money under false pretenses , which is now podding against him. In reply to the ques tion whether ho owned any property Mr. Jerome stdtcd that ho was the gentleman .TVho had platted tbo Lafayette addition to the city of Council BlulTs. Jcromo was re jected 6v the court. Hodsou finally succeeded In getting bail and was released from the county Jail. > Tbo council , as a committee of tbo whole , took a rl < | o. over the city yesterday adcrnoou In order to look up a tiOmbcr of things that wcro i of erred to it at the last council moot ing. Among othur things , they looked over the ground at what is known as Advent Hill , where the residents want un approach ouilt to as to rid them of the necessity of using step-ladders when they go from their front yards to the street. An investigation was also made of tbo property ot J. It. Dietrich , tyhlfji was badlv damaged by the recent flood. John Mulhall , a resident of Avoca , was found lying in a very prostrate attitude at the corner of Pierce and First streets Wednesday afternoon , with the combined weight of au enormous jair and a section of broken down fence pinning him to the ground. Upon being invited to go to the police station bo accompanied bis refusal with such a wealth of profanity that the blue coated oftlccr was partially stunned , His remarks wcro overheard by several ladies who happened to bo near by and they re- lultcd in his ocing taxed with a 20.10 fine In police court ycneraay morning on the charpos of drunkoncess und using oosccuo language Su the street. Several foot of brick sidewalk was torn up by W. II. M. Pusoy yesterday morning about his property at the corner of Main street nnd J Broadway , for the purpose of making some re pairs. Before ho had a chance to replace thorn ho was served with an order from the authorities that nothing but stone or imita tion stone would go , as an ordinance had been passed by the council about six months ago forbidding the lojine of any innro brick or plank sldowalks on Broadway , Pearl or Main streets. Thu ordinance had never been noticed particularly , but an investigation showed that it was really there. Pusoy re fused to put the bricks back or to build a now sidewalk , ana last evening the place was still torn up. Just how thu alfllculty will end re mains to boseou. _ L * Tlio Intornntiontil Cure association rooms nro open nt o"0 First uvonuo , next to Grand hotel. Treatment snfo nnd uro against tlio alcohol habit For Jtont. First class saloon ; good locution : line fixtures. Uespon.Hiblo party can got long lease on good terms. Address D 24 , Bee olligs , Council BlulTs. Jitfvia Wine Co. , Santa Clara , Cal. Clirlrttlim i.iilu vorVotlcc. . Cheap rates to Now York July 7-10th : nccountof the International Christian Kndonvor con volition. Forrohorvatlor.s on through sleepers ilircct to Now York , and any ether informatioM , apply to E. S. Ferris , Shonnudoah , la. As to rail- ronil tickets , ote. , apply to nny C. , B. & Q. ticket/'ont , or to J. M.i Bcchtol , D 1' . A. , Burlington , la. Davis sells reliable paints nnd drugs. Jtirvid 1877 brandy , highest tost. Patronl'/.oblue ice wagonsfor Mo. river channel ice. Mulholland Co. Tol. 101 ! . W. 11. Hut-ton Is seriously 111 at bis homo , G2ti Mynstor btroot , from on attacU of scurlot Jcvor. Misses HatUo nud Mntlo Ilakor loft yester day afternoon for u visit with friends lu tibotmndODh. II. S. Jones of the nurlliiKton has gone to Chicago to meol ols mother , who is COUHUR from Cleveland on a visit. . Mrs. W. J , Grutian of Alton , III , , and her lufent BOD , who have been vlsltinir Mrs. D. D. Dalley , leave for homo tomorrow. Mls Ueta Miller , wbo lias 'boon vlsltlnc her ulster , Mrs. Kd UraUo. for several months , loaves i.exl wocu for her homo in 1'otorsOurK , III. U. M. tlarl loft yoiterday afternoon for 1)03 Molnes lu the interest. * of his * client , the town of Mikbourl Vulloy , lu tno Harrison county scat case. \V. I1. Allen , who rosined his place a * sexton of Falrrlew cemetery a short tlmo ugo. left last cvuulng for a vUH to his old .homo in Hpocial coininuntratlon of Excelsior lodco. No. 4Jr.'J , Ancient Krco und Acroptod Masons , this ovonlntj for work lu tbo third UOKCCO , All Master Masons Invited , K R Clarke , proprietor of the Grand hotel , who was called east savorul days ago by n telegram announcing the death ot his mother , u oxpoctud homo today. The ladles of the Couprecutlonal church gave n "U" social last evening at the rest- aonco of t\ Grass on Wusaluirtou nvonuo. HofrushmcnU were i-crvcd and au oxcallcnt musical program rondoroil , the letter "U" bavin ? n conspicuous place In too UVOUIIIK'S entertainment. Tbo ladles of the Hollof Corps will rocot this morning ut the Morrluni block to maua the ovcrgreeu wreaths lor Uccoratlon day. Monday niornlnu' they will meet at ttia sanio lilnco to arraitKO Uio flowers , nud ull who ox- IR-ct to contribute ( lowers should have thorn l the Morrlnm block unrly in the morning. Trains Icuvo for Mtiiiuwu at 0 , 11 , 1 , 2 , JI J , , 6 , U , 7 utid S o'clock. NEWS FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS Closing Econ.03 of tlia County Sunday School Meeting , DETAILS OF YESTERDAY'S ' CONVENTION I'rlinnry Clam Work Kpvlrnrcil 1 > y Dr. I'llclpH , ( ) lllg to tllO Illllpna lf Ml § Laura ltul < l\tln , to Whom That SllllJl'Ct WllS Yesterday was the clo lnir day of the county Sunday school convention. The morn ing session was opened by an interesting Iblo reading conducted by J. A. Howard , he mUslonary for Harrison county. Miss : .nura Baldwin , to whom was assigned the 6plc of "Prlmarv Class Work , " had such a overe cold that she could not use her voice ind Dr. Phelps , taking her notes , klnaly pro- , cnlcil her ideas In thli department of work n which shots so suecos ful. The primary "rparlmoiit of the Fir.it Presbyterian church , f wblch sholsthosup3rlntondonthas ninety itipllt. Mr. J. C. Hose , secretary of tboioung Men's Christian association , opened an in- .cresting discussion on tno question of how osi'ctiro substitute teachers. A normal lesion on the use of the object .caching wus also given. Colonel Hoagland iffcrod some , practical .suggestions as to methods of reaching tin bojs and girls. In the afternoon Mrs. 1' . J. Montgomery gave an excellent address on tha question if how to secure and hold the young people n Sunday schools. The importance of music , .bo literary and social \vanls of the children iind other practical topic. ) were discussed by various sDonitcrs. The secretary , Mr. Joseph Wells , pro- onted bis report , which showed that tnoro ivero ninety-six Sunday schools in operation .n Potinwattnmlo county during the past fear. These wcro classified among the varl- ) us denominations as follows : Methodist Epncooal , 2J ; 'rtssbyterlan , 7 ; Uongicpa- Moiml-1 ; Baptist , ? ; Christian ; Cumber- and Presbyterian'J ; Latter Day Saints , 5 ; KpiEcopallnn , ! J ; English Lutheran , i ! ; Gor man Evangelical , 9 ; English Evnnpellcal.3 ; United llrotliron , 1 ; Protestant Methodist , ! ; Seventh Day Adventtst , I ; union schools , 31. Number of teachers nnd ofltcera in chare of thcso schools. b77 ; scholars in at tendance. 0,542 ; avcrngo attendance , . & . ' ; number added to the church from thn schools , 12.2. The money contributed to benovo.cnt objects , ? 7(5."i.70. ( The amount ex pended in support of these schools Is $2-)9,11. ) Tboro nro thirteen townships now organized In Sunday school associations nnd have hold five Sunday school conventions during the past year. Tun mass meeting of children at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon was a notable feature of the convention. Colonel Hoagland delivered ono of his inimitable lectures , which Inter ested and enthused the llttlo folks greatly. On the recommendation of the cotijinittco on nominations tbo following ofllcors wcro elected : President , Dr. S. Phelps ; secre tary and treasurer , Joseph Wells ; executive committee , O. L , . Barrett of Hazel Dell township - ship , E. E. Preston of Oakland , and C. H. B. Brown of Council Bluffs. The county was also divided into four districts , and it wai decided to hold conventions at stated inter vals in each of these dlitricts. The conven tion closed last evening. A vkvf Necessities In the Toilet Department Offered at the Huston Storr , Ccmnril Ilium , III. Colgate & Co.'s Censussoap , ono of the finest- laundry soaps made , 3 cnkos for lOc. W. &H. Walker's "Water Lily , " nn excellent toilet soap , large cake for 5e. A genuine castllc soap , a very fine toilet soap , 8 cakes for lOo. The Cotton Oil Co.'a Copco bath Boap. Inrffc cake lOe or ! ) for 2oo. Olio D'Ollva Livorno , a pure cnstilo soap , 7cn cake or 17cn case ol 3 cakes. Boston Store glycerine soap , nn ex quisite toilet son ] ) , 5c a crtlco. Fels & ; Co.'s sanitary soap , Sc a cako. Colgate & Co.'s castilesoap lOc a cake or 3 for 2-ic. Toroco's toilet soap 9c or 3 for 2o3. Pels & Co. 's Carolina tar soap 9c , or 3 for 2oc. The genuine Pears soap 12Jc a cako. Brown Windsor and glycerine , made by the Lady Grey Perfumery Co. . 12Jc a cako. Our 22c soaps , Heliotrope , White Lilac nnd Cashmere Bouquet. Cuticurn toap 17c a cake. Capo May Bouquet and Shanilon Bells 19 a cako. White Rose , highly perfumed , 17c , or 3 for Cl'c. ' Best perfume extracts made by Bean nnd Vail Broi. , Philadelphia , Pa. , 25c an ounce. True imported bay rum 60c a bottle. A very good buy rum for 23o n bottle. II. iMiuhelson , St. Thomas , W. I. , bay run ? , sold all over for 50c ; our price 3'Ju Patti complexion blo.xch * 1.00 per bottle. J. A. Po//.oni's fnco powder , known the country over and sold everywhere for 50c ; our price 33c. Ideal tooth powder 20c n'bottlo. O C. O. tooth powder with sample bottle porfurao , 20c a case. BOSTON STORE , , WHITELA w & Co. , Council BlutTs. la. See us about WAM. 1'Ai'Eit , WINDOW IADKS , CUitTAiN I'Oi.ics and adjustable window screens , suitable for any ordin ary sixcd wir.dow , in two sizes , "at 2oc and 33e each. _ Ogden house furnishes board and room at popular prices ; from $2aOO to $85.00 per month , according to room. Jarvis wines , the oldest nnd best. II. A. Cox , who Bticcocds to A. T. Thatcher's coal business in the west , has gone east to arrange for his supply of anthracite for the coming season. Chapman discounts every dealer on screen doors and windows. Sou him before you place your orders. 19 Bryant street. _ Mrs. C. B. Crnno of Now York will glvo an art display at the residence of Mrs. G. A. Robinson , 724 First ivvonuo , for ono day only , Saturday , May 28 , from 9 a , in. to 0 p. in. All ladles Inter ested in this work are cordially invited. Jnrvis 1877 br.t ndy. sold by all dealers tlin Cow JteiM.nl. Victor Jennings has a cow which is cer tainly entitled to some sort of a medal or ribbon. Ho bought tbo animal fourteen mouths ago. At that tlmo she. weighed 000 pounds. Today she welgtu 1'JOO pounds u gain of 1.1KKJ pounds in fourteen months. She has not been so Buoy growing but what sbo bus given a eoodly supply of milk righfalong. Lost , iv pair of gold bowed spectacles in black caso. tinder leave at Dr. Montgomery's , on Fourth street , and ro- colvo reward. _ Have you BOOH the wonderful IJnrd refrigerators , the newest and best out ; the gonlno Now Process and Quick Meal vapor stoves light lilco gas absolutely fiafo. At Cole & Colo'n , 41 Main street. Jarvia 1877 brandy , six gold medals. You will miss half of your life If you don't go to Baird'a and got' ' ono of his strawberry cream nlmhes ; 5'2i ; Broadway. I'ollru I'U'kliii ; * . ' Five men wbo happened to bo strangers in the city and were rounded up by thu police Thursday evening , wuru dUcharced by Judge McGce yesterday morning after a trial , the polled not bvliit ; ublo to prove thut they were vagrants. The three young men from Oinahu wbo were arrcstcu lor not ' keeping off the grass ut tbo water works ro ervolr , wcro rdso dlichar f > d. W. S McCoy , the parachutist , was discharged nn condition thut bu leave the city. i'at Shannon , charged with drunkenness and iMlng obsccno language on the street , was llnod f M.7U Ernest C'ullis was put upon tha Rtniul In police court yesterday to tell what ho knew nbqut bis cxporicnco ut the residence of Uov. C. W. Bretvor on the night when it was robbed. Ha claimed to have been at the Fifth Avenue .Methodist church on the night In question , but xvas unable to bring anyone ono Into the court room wbo had scon him there. Ho loudly protested that he was a good thurch member nnd would never think of stcaliuB anything. Tno hand gln < s that was found In his possession und which was idontlllrd by Mrs. Brewer ho said bo bad not Intended to steal. At the conclusion of his testimony ho was bound over to tbo grand Jury on the chanro of burglary , and In de fault of a $500 bond' hn was sent to tbo county jail. Pastures for horses nnd catllo on Gcorpo F. Wright's farm south of Coun cil BlulTs : 600 acres blue grass ; running water. For terms apply to .Tames Utiph at farm house opposite Wabash tound house , or addles * F , P. Wright , Bald win block. W. II. Gray , the Hotnl Gordon chef is the gentleman who prepared the Grand banquet. Jnrvis 1377 b.-.nly , bitijr thiilniM. Aniuml Cimforcnro. The Dantsb Evangelical Lutheran cuurch is holding Its ninth annual conference at the iburch on the corner of .Ninth street and iVvcnuo A. Dallv sessions art ) held and n lumber of men wbo nro prominent In the dc- lomlnatlon nddrcsi tha meetings each day , art of the day Doing devoted to services and ho rest to the transaction of buslr.css. Tbo ollowlng nro in attendance : A. M. Anderson. Hampton , Nob. ; II. P. Burtolson , G. B. Chrlstlanson , A. S. Kiel- en , Blair ; Neb. ; 1. M. Hanson , Chicago ; E. . H. Jortsvang , St. Croix Fall.Wis. . ; H. Jensen , Lemnrs , la. ; L. Johnson , Albert ' .en. , Minn. ; J , J. ICtldslgi Minneapolis , linn. ; A. Klrkcgaard , Minden , Iscb. ; J , Markusson. Turcn. la. ; L. MntthiasenCoun cil HlulTs ; 4. P. Naarup , Watsonvillo , Cal. ; N. S. Nielsen , secretary of the association , Wnupacii , Wis. " : P. M , Peterson , Vorosford , S. D. ; A. ttasmusson , Uaclnn , Wis. ; J. Ills- tall. Fremont , iNob. ; M. C. H. Kobe , Osakls , Minn. ; J. tiimonson , Spoucur , la. ; U. Wil- nelmsen. Omaha ; P. J. Astergaard , Den mark , Wis. , uro the ministers and ropre- entativcs in attendance on the convention. Dr. Chamberlain , eye , oar. throat , catarrh. ShugartblocK , Council BlulTs , Roitor , thotnilor , 310 Broadw.ty , has nil the latest styles and newest goodd. Satisfaction guaranteed. Swanson Music Co. , Masonic tomplo. Jarvis 1877 brandy , purest , safest , best Complete List of Clinii ; es In the Itcgutar Service. D. C. , May 27. [ Special Telegram to THE BEE. 1 The following array orders were Issued today : The following transfer In the Twenty- fifth infantry is made : First Lieutenant Carroll A. Dovol , from company H to com pany K. First Lieutenant Ubarlos II. Bone- steel , Twenty-first infantrv , president of tbo examining board , appointed to meet at Angel island , Cal. , May 1' . at such tlmo as ho raav designate , for examination as to his fitness for promotion. A board of ofllcors , to meet nt the call of the president thereof , at Fort Spokane , Wash. , for the examination of such onlcers as may bo ordered before It , to determine their litncss for promotion. Detail for the board : Lieutenant Colonel Henry C. Cook , Fourth infantry ; Major "VnnBuren Hubuard , surgeon ; Major George M. Kandall , Fourth Infantry ; Captain Louis W. CrauiDton , assistant surgeon : Captain Hufus P. Brown , Fourth infantry ; First Lieutenant Frank B. Andrus , Fourth In fantry , recorder. Major Kandall will mauo such Journeys batwcon his station and Fort Spokane at such tlmo as ho may designate for examl lion for bis illness for promotion. Tbo fol lowing named ofllcer * will report In person to Colonel Thomas M. Anderson , Fourteenth Infantry , president of the examining hoard appointed to Van Couvor barracks , Wash. , nt such time as bo may dnslguate , for exam ination as to their fitness for promotion : Captain William ri. Bisbee , Fourth infantry ; Captain Gilbert S. Carpenter , Fourteenth infantry ; First Lieutenant Joseph H. Gus- tln , Fourteenth infantry. So much "of special orders of May 21 as directs Cantaln Lewis Smith , Third artillery , to inspect the troops taking part in the encampment of tbo Georgia militia is amended to direct that ofllcer , after proceeding to Grlflln , to report by letter to thn covernor of JGcorgia for such service as may bo required of him during the encampment. Laavu of ab sence for three month to take effect July 1 is granted Lieutenant Colonel William R. Gibson , deputy paymaster. General Major William Arthur , paymaster , is relieved from tPinporary duty In "tho Department , of the Plattoand will rejoin uis station at St. Paul , Minn. The following assignments to reel- merits of ofllcors recently promoted are ordered : Cavalry arm Lieutenant Colonel Curwon B. McLollan , promoted from major Tenth cavalry to the Third cavalry to date from May C , vlco Beaumont , retired ; Major Tbeodoro J. Wint , promoted from captain , Fourth cavalry , to the Tenth cavalry , to aato from May 0. vice McLellan , promoted. Ho will report by tele graph to tbo commanding general , Department of Dakota , for assignment ; Cantalnrrederlck W. IClngsbury. promoted from first lieutenant , Second cavalry , to the Second cavalry , troop A , to date from May fi , vice iJoano , aeccascn ; uapiam Smith , promoted from first lieutenant and regimental quartermaster , Sixth cavalry , to tbo Fourth" cavalry , troop C , to date from May ( J , vice Wiut , promoted ; First Lieu tenant Sedgwlok Htce , promoted from second end lieutenant , Seventh cavalry , to the Second end cnvnlry , troop D. to date : fro in May 5 , vlco Klngsbury promoted. Infantry arm Lieutenant Colonel Willium H. Powell , promoted meted from major , Twonty-secoud infantry , to the Eleventh Infantry , to date from May 4 , vlco Woodruff retired. He will report by telegraph to tno commanding general , De partment of Arizona for appoint ment ; Major Emerson P. Liscuin , promoted from captain , Nineteenth In fantry , to the Twenty-second Infantry , to date from May 4 , vlco Powell , promoted. Ho will report by telegraph to tbo command ing general. Department ot Dakota , for as signment ; Colonel Alexander M. Taylor , promoted meted from first lieutenant , MInotocnth In fantry , to tbo Nlnetonth Infantry , company E , to date from May 4 , vlco Ltscura , promoted meted ; First Lieutenant Beaumont B. Buck , promoted from second lieutenant. Sixteenth infantry , to the Nineteenth infantry , com pany H , to date from May 4 , vlco Taylor , promoted. Slramur ArrUiiI * . At Hambure Normandlo , from Now York. At Bow Head Passed : Galtla , from Now York for Liverpool. At Now York Gormanla , from Liverpool. l'nrtiiiH' | Cabinet Ulllcum Icnlgn. Lislio.v , May 27. Finance Minister Martins and Minister of Public Works Chancollclrns have resigned. Don't be caught "cut prices. " on't buy spuri ous Imitation ! ) of Dr. 1'icrew's medi cines at less than the regular prices , and think that you're saving money. You would Ito , if you could cot the ( jfjiitfilfl gvarttnteed mcdlclnea in tlmt way. But you can't The genuine medicine * always have boon , nro , and always will l sold at t ho follow Ing prices ; Dr. 1'icrco's Ooldon Medical DUeovery ( the remedy for nil disease arising from n torpid liver or Impure , liloodl , . 81.00 per l tHe. Ur 1'ierco'n Favorite Pmcrintioii ( for wo- nmti' * weaUiicKEcs nnd ailments ) , . . Sl.oo Dr. 1'lcrco's Pleasant I'ellcts ( the original and bct Llttlo Liver Pills ) . 25 centb per viaL Ami they're worth more than that. Thoy'ro Iho chraicst medicines you can buy , nt ny nrlco , for they're gimranteeil in every case to Iwncllt or euro , or you uavv your monuy liuck. Yon pay only for the good you pot. Dealers not mithnrizetl In tt-11 Dr. Piercu'i pciiiiinc medicines may olfer dilution * , Im itations , or buUtitutoa , at lets tbau Uiu price * pvon above. Ucware of them. HENRY H. VAN BRUNT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. * OF7 iSXiHi ST AND GRADES.- LARGEST STOCK. BEST GOODS , LOWEST PRICES. ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. Office and Repository Nos. 12 , 14 and 16 , 4th Street. - - Warehouse , Corner gth and Broadway. THINK , OH THINK MENTHINK MEN AND WOMEN OF COUNCIL HOW YOU WERE ROBBED IN BUYING YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES BEFORE THE AT BARGAIN H AT NO. 100 MAIN ST. , COR. FIRST AVE. , WAS ESTABLISHED. . And this season we are better than Men's Working Shoes $1 , $1.25 , $1.50 ever prepared to serve you. Our stock is $2. Men's Fine Dress Shoes in all the best arger aridVariety greater and prices lower. makes : Burt &Mears , Williams , Kneeland The'most complete stock , of Ladies' , & Co. , Enos H. Reynolds , Smith & J3tan- Misses'and Children's Oxfords and Slippers tons's , and other leading makes at prices in this city at 50c , 75cl , $1.25 , $1.50 , $2 , you pay for common goods. $2.50. Ladies' Cloth Top Shoes $1.75 , $2 , In Boys' Fine Shoes we show the $2.50 , $3 , $3.50. Ladies' Kid Button $1 , same goods as in Men's in hand and ma $1.25 , $1.50 , $1.75 , $2 , $2.50 and up. chine sewed and standard screw fastened. In Children's and Infants' Shoes , we show the best makes. In all the new styles at Popular Prices. Gome and SBB Us at 100 Main-st. , Gor. 1st Kve. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. S. A : PIERCE & COMPANY. G. EX. MYE1R.S , FINE FURNITURE , and every other Brndo domandol by nil clashes of trudu. JJ1515UK'S OI.D STAND , 205 ANO 07 I1UOADWAY , Council IllufTs. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT Ot1 DAM AGES FOR GRADING. To the owner * of nil lots , purls of lots and roul o'-tato uloni : 17th strout from Vlutuii Gtruot to U street. In the city of Umnha , You are horoUy uotlllcd thut the uniler- itncd three dlslntorcHtccl freeholders of the city of Oinuha , lm\o been duly npiolntod by the mayor , with the npurovul of the olty council of suld city , to iissesj the daiiuiRo to the owners respect ively of the property affected by gr.tdlnK I7ti ) htiuut from Ylntpii street to II street. declared necesiary by ordinance 3014. paused April 'M. A. L > . Wfi , approved May 'J , A. 1) . Ibu. . You are further notified , that having accepted Hald appointment , and duly qual ified us required by law , wo will , on thn Hist day of May , A. llbttut ) , [ the hoiirnt ten (10) ( ) o'clock In the forOnooii at the olllco of John \V. Uobblns. roonl'Stu. llco biilldlnir , within the corporate lliultubJ feuld city , meet for the uurpnhu of cousldurtiiK and making the nNDOi-sment of daainee to Iho ownurH ro- spoctUely of saldjproporty. alTectcd by said , taking Jnlo , vonalderatlnn bDccial grading , If any. * . L. - You are notllletr tq'uo present at the tlmo and place uforcsaM/litiU make any objections to or stiituiLiMitsJJohcurnlim salu assessment of d..n.8c. a , you ma .uiW. . 11. GATKN . , . 'Coihmltteoof AolJralsurs. Omaha. May 18. IWW ! Maylbdiut " " i , NOTICES. 'BLUFFS. B1OK BAIjE Kxtra One , thorouKhbred , . er- fcev Dull , solid color. retrUtorod stock ; 14 months old. VJ5H , Mrst street. IK YUU have iinythliiK for s-ilu or trade Keo 10. II , Kho.ife , llroadwayand Main street. 1co IOWA f.irms for sale. Improved 10) ) acroi In llarrUon county. ( Iti.oiper ucro ; 13) ) aero * Improved ; r.'J.OO : H ) noroi. ll'/JX Tor bar * IIIH In Iowa arm Nopr.ibk i furiusoall on or wnto toJohnioii ft Van fatten , C'ounull lllulT-t. T7 Olt HKST Dwoilliiz * In ll parts of tbo J jdty , Il K Hhiafe.llro.iilwayttnij Mitln. POH SAM ; A frame six-room cottage In peed repair , irood sized lot. prlcu fl.U ) , cusy payiiiuntM or tradt * . IX H. t'hutife , liroad way and Mulu fctrijut. * " 17IOH UKNT A new two-story brick , elf ht- * - ' room dwelling-on I'u iivunui' , bath , hot and cold wwtor and all niodi'rn conveiili'uces , t < 3 puriuouth. E.IJL Slicutoll'wuy uud ilalu STOKAOB and Commission Stoves , furni ture , etc. , stored and sold nn commission at lowest r.ites. 1 * Klniiohati. : rJO Uroadway. A N Investment oarcaln. Now double house Vsltuated at os. 114 and 1 B S.7th St. , Coun cil Dluirs. Improvement , now and llrst-clnss bouse , contains It rooms , 'J bath rooms. 2 flue panticys , ID closets , front and baoKstalri , liotind cold watur borvlco , gas , otc. , worth J8.500 , will sell at a b'ir alu and solicit bone- ll'Jo offers. Forest Smith , llaldwlu blook , Counoll llltHrs. FOU 8ALK Two-story brick dwelling , two tenants , six rooms aaoh ; centrally located on electric ] mntor track : price 14.0JO.OJ , less mortcapoof J..ROO : will trade for land. E , II. tihoafc. ISroadway and Main street. FOKSAMS A frame three-room dffcl Ing and corner lot , price $700.00 : will msll on oaiy payn unts or trade for land. E. II. Bhoafe , liioadwiiy und Main street. FOH SAI < i : On small payments , fruit and gulden laud nuir C'nuncll Illuirs. K. 11. Bhoufe. liroadway and Main street. FOR RHNT 078 Mynstnr street , two-story frame dwelling In uxi-ullont repair , seven rooms , bath and all modern conveniences ; runt , 23. K. II. Hhoafo. Hroadway and Mnlu. rnOR SAI-H OR RENT Larzost and most -1 urodtabln mo-it market In the west , doing from W.UOJ.OO to f 7.000. Ocash business u month : bank book will show It ; gilt cdgoJ , splrudld businessehancoi U yoarV lease ou bulldln ; Mil. leu ) olllco Council Itlulfa. FOK SALE Au attr.ictlvo six room cottage lu excellent repair on motor Hue , con venient to church and school , price il.'JOO. K. II. tiheiifo. liroadway und Main street. "ClOKHAIjE A frame six room dwelling In -L Kood repair , convenient to Union I'aoillo tiunsfer , price f 1.191 , oaay pay menu or trade. K. II. tihcafu , liroadway and Main street , " | JKll'bAI ) < B A Mtook of merchandise con- -I ? Mating ( if dry goods notions , ladle * ' and tiUses' cloaks and Jacket * , gouts' fiirnl .iliig goods und Nhocs , prlcu H-W. Will tuko Jowu or o.itttoril Nebraska f.iriu luudu. K. II , Bheafe , llroudway and Main Ktreet. f7VIl BALE A stock of general morohandlsa X1 nnd l > rluk building In a live town ! ! 3 miles from Omaha , a bargain for u live man , will take uood farm land In eastern Nebraska or Iowa In iixuhange. H. II , Shoufo , Uro.ulwiiy und M.iln street. rSfJR .SAI.K Throe room dwelling and lot , -I ? 1UIB I'lfth uvunuo : price , J'i'O : inoutlily payments. K. II. .Sheiito. liroadway and Main. nsfKAIII.Knlllco rooms "for rent In Drown nullding , front ng on I'uarl and Main htrcctsTlth all niodurii convenlonueH. 1'or terms applr to A. II. Nicholas or 11. O. Cory , roomO. agents for building. FOR nr.NT-d.'O Second avenue , dwelllnit with U rooiiu , furnace , ranve. bath , cleotrlo belU , ono of the most desirable ii'sldoucos In Council IIIUITH ; rent , * -l.UO per month , K. II , Sheaf o. liroadway nnd Main street. KA neat four-room dwelling enL -L Aonuu Hi iir.ci ! , ITJiJ ; small monthly pay ments. IX II. Blioafo , liroadway and Main , T71OK UHNT-Twoof the best Carries flats mi -t I'ourth street. 1Ult KKNT ( lood C-rooin house ; tin water X1 In cellur : city water fiirnUlifldi JIJ v < t month. Apply tol.eouurd i ; crutu 6. W. PANGLE , H. D. ThoCood Samaritan. 20 Years' Eiperience. HEADER OF DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. PEOPHIETOU OF TUB WOULD'S IIEIIUAL DISI'EN- HA11Y OF ME j Ireat the following Diseases : Catarrh of the Head , Throat , and lunga : Dl * cases of tlio Kyeand Kar.Kltannd Apoplexy , Ilciirt niBCaso , Liver Complaint. Kidney Compliant , Nervous Debility , Mental Depres sion , Loss of Manhood , Seminal Weakness. DiabetesHrlgbrn - Dl'caw.St.VUus1 Kn5 , AYieu&altfm , malytla , WJilto Swelling , Bcrofula , Fever Sores , Cancers , Tumors and Fistula In ano removed without tno knife or drawing a drop of blood. Woman with htr delicate orrmia re- Btorod to health. Drujey cured without tapping , Special Attention B'von ' to private and Venereal Diseases of all kinds. 830 to 880O forfeit fur any Venereal Dis ease I cannot cure without moroury. Tape Worm * removed In two or three lioure , or no jay. HunortlioiilD or 1'Ilca cured. THOSE WHO AltK An'LICTED Will earo life and hundred * of dollars ty calling on or Ul c DR. G. W. PANGLE'S ' HERBAL MEDICINES. Tlio only I'liyxlclan wlio cnn tell wlmt alia a | ivr on AvHhiiut a lilii ( ; n All correspondence strictly confidential. Medicine Mill by ezprvu. Address ull letters to G , W , Pangle , M , D 588 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Omaha Medical aod Surpf INSTITUTE. INFIRMARY FOH. Ti-IE TREATMENT ALL 4,1' " ' " " * * v i * J J f . . . . . fuBllitlun , apiiir.iius mid Itumorliui for siicrussful liii.itmont of nvory form of dlsoaso rciiulrln : inudlual or siiriliiU trouttuent. 60 bodsi for patlont-i , bo inl and attondanco. lIcHt acconioilutlons In tlio wuit. Wrlto for circulars on deformities nnd brnces , trusses , club foot , curvatures of splrm , lilies , tumors , e nicer.c-ifirrh , bioucliltls , In- haliuton.oloctrlclty , piralysls , epilepsy , kld- nov.b.addor. oye. oar. kkln nnJ blooj and alt Hurgk'iil oiior.itlnni. DISEASES OF WOMEN \Vomon KICKIX Wo have lately l ud led a lylns- In dop irimont for women ( lurlni , ' confinement. Mrlclly tir.vato. ) Unlv Hollablo Modloal lu- fctitutomakln tiool.iltvo : . . All II oed Ulsiuihos suc'co fully troatoL Ryiihllltlo I'nlson lomovod from tno symeru without mercury. Now Jtesloratlva ' 1'reat- tncnt for Loss of VITAl * I'OWKIC. Persons un able to visit n u mav bu Iron toil at homo by ( orrosioii iciicu. All communications confi dential. Mo.llcInuH or Instrnmnnti sent liy mail oro.xpreiis. soouroly packed , no m.trkH to Ind cutu contents or m > ndor. Uno pernonnl In- terv ( < w pruferrud. Call and consult , us or send history of your case , auu wo will send lu plalu wranuor , our ' Rnnjf Tf ) MEN HIRE : U on I-rlvate. OUUn IU mCH , Hpoolal or Nervous DM- cases , Impotcnoy , Hyphllla , Qleut anU Vurioo- cole , with question list , tlracus , Appliances for Deformities k Trusoi. Only manufactory In the Weilof tntr i < M- JTV 'tl'J'/.l.tbUKfi , 'J'.1.1Ll.KVrltHl HATTKlllKH At > JI JIHL'lli. Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute , 26th and Broadway , Oojnoll BlutTa. Ten mlnutiis' ildo from conterot Omah.i on Onmlia and Oounall llluff 4 uloctrlo motor lino. CITIZENSSTATEBANK Of Council lllusj Caplt l tco' < . 9100,000 burpliiKanJ I'rofltK . NUOUU Net Capital an I Surplus Director ! -J. I ) . Kit nun J ion. H. I , nnunn. K j. ( ildjitoii.K K. Hurt , I. A. Miller , J. V lllno'iiiii itndClinrloi U. ll noim Transiiuticenoral batik- InK buninms. I.ur/eit cuiill.il and urplu > a ( uny bunk In routhwe > t ru lowu.