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THE OMAHA DAILi BEE : TUESDAY -JAJNuARY 31
P , T. JMAYNE , COUNCIL BLUFFS AND IOWA NEWS. By Carrier SUBSCRIPTION , - - 20 Conta KATES per Week , , f /
Manager Council Blufl'a Circulation , By Moll , $ ld.QO per Yoar.
COUNCIL DLUKFB , IOWA
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
-OHloo : Hoom Five , Evorott'a Block
? n. W. TILTON , City Editor.
J MINOR MENTIONS.
t Th Lifilit Guard * meet thin evening
t A ltf < lit fall of pnow whitened th <
ftreetn here yeitcrdaj.
It is the Owl club , ' Innl-adof th
Omahi cluh , which liolds IU third pocla
aext FrMny1 o\cnng. !
The rivar wns yoitcnlfiy blnck will
men and tenmn en goil in the lea hnrvc
north ami south of the bridge.
' L'un On the f3rlitol" next Thurednj
evciilos promises to Minko up the dr ]
7xme , and niako thriii all lau h ,
f * Special rollfj oui sorvlcoa are arrange )
t the Con ri galionnl church on Tucnclay
"Wedno * > ay and Friday evenings of till
> The circuit conrtwaa to ojon HH do
lnt ) yentorday morning , but -ludgo Loot
Txuroxr did no * , reich here in time fn.n
bU homo in Atlantic.
Albert Stt in , who was arre.tUd on thi
complaint of receiving money u dcr fabu
i > roten cs han been taken to Ida GJrovc
where the autboriticn wanthtm ,
AM ra ny hero cm bear wltncm , "Th
Jo111tica ( " who appear at Dohfiny'n nox
' V'My evening are all that their nam
ImplfeR , and a jolly tlma in promised nl
Trho attend their ontertalnmeut.
A. team Attached to an expresn waqoi
got tired ycntcrdtiy ntnnd ng in front of i
iawl tore , nhilo iho driver WAH inside
xadiUrtcd on a rnnnlong Uroadway atop
jung in a grand umath-up cast of the Og
< ! ea house.
The public is waiting to see those now
Her ici roll out on the directs. Some o ;
tbem are in Uowman , llohror & Co.'i
warohounc , where they receive gome call
re , to look them over , but the maefici
.haro their curiosity it 111 unsatbified.
Mr. and Mrs. O. 1\ Reed colebratei
their tin wcddiDg anniveraary Saturday
wrening. Their many friends prenontcc
them with many useful nlfts and ttnlqui
Teminden of the event. Among the gilti
was alee a h.indsome chamber sot , anc
aome other pruetits not of the tin nrdcr
/ * A haipy | wcddluj ; party gathurcc
Sanilay afternoon at tin homo of MTH
( OaorKe Hea'h , at which time and plnci
ler slater , M ! Julia U.aax > n WUH give ]
ia marriBgo to Jamca Stewart , an o
ployo of the Chicago & Nurthwcntorn r il
way. Jiutl'ca Ab > ott tied the knot , am
bountiful wcdd'Dg foaat waa provided
wore all the ueedmla for ao liai py at
. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart wil
this city tbolr home.
H Last November n man from llarlai
, v stopping at the St. Joe house , took for hi
ooin-mato ono night a young man namei
'Frank French. In the morning Krone !
disappeared , and there also ( lituppemci
Bayaterlouily the roll of bill , belonging t
tlM repioaentativo from Ilarlan , Thor
WMiatherol about $1& ( . Since tlici
tba offioers have kept on the lookout fo
Jfrench but in vain , until Sunday night
"Mlien ha was arrested by Marshal Mo. BC
mnjiately locked up for eomo future beat
Jack Scott was yesterday before Itecoi
4er Durko charged with aMault. I
t pro red to be a caia of family troubli
' Slwro being two famill livlne In the earn
krase , and the children quarrelling an
grtUmt the old fulk into It. The case wi
continued , the und < ntandiug being thi
* one family should move out Boon , an
wutil that time the white Sag nhould t
hung out on. both eid H. Such litt
< trouble * are prone to break out here no
that the population U increasing so fae
Bad rentable houses are so to tree nn t
f orco famUloi to crowd in together.
ITremont lienjamin , an attorney at Av
on , was In the city yentcrday.
Wm. 0. ShurtlefT , of Sterling , Ill.Bpc ]
Bandny and Monday in thl city.
N. N. Vintiuei.t and 11. N. Vinquoat.ii
men from KunaaH City , were iu the ell
yesterday looking after their next nut
snor'tf supply _ _
The following tnmsforu of real estn
wcro reported from the county recon
l > y J. W. Squire & Co , , nbatractora i
titles , real natato and loan agout
L. F. Hulstod to W , B. Cuppy , ui
divided ono -half of lot 1C , in Duv
l ark odd , Avoca , $150.
G. W. Norton , ot ul , to W. I
miii , w no 8 , 77 , 42 , 8800.
A. FauBlor to P. N. King , parti
w 12 , 75 40 , § 50.
W. H. McElroy to George Hoi
mail , lota 8 and i ) , in 1 CaBady'a adi
city , 1400.
J. J. Williams to 11. M. Jone
part of aw 34 , 74 , 39 , $2,000.
A. W. Wyman to U , Strutbac ]
part of no 27 , 74 , 42 , $200.
B Farnsworth to J. J. Johusoi
i n | tie 34 , 70 , 43 , $300.
Luke Hichardson to MnryRichan
on. part of block , 25 in Noola , $46
E. O. PowolltoE. V. FuBon , n
e 2 , 74 , 38 , $800.
W. W. Dearborn to J. M. Palme
part of lot 11 in block 18. lllddli
abdivialon , flOO.
R. Banders to B. Orowdor , lot 10
. Hawthorn's add , Loroland , $22G.
W. F. Travis to 8. R. Bearle , r
-tor 0 , 70 , 30 , fl.OOO.
D. McConaughy to J , Btagoma
TfS lot B.in o. p. city , $350.
B. B. Boner to K. 0. Dodson , pt
of lot C in Bubdiviaion of to uo 25. 7
44 , | 50.
Kationai Awoclated Press.
PiULAUKU'JirA , January 30. T' '
large meetings of free -thinkora wt
lield yesterday in celebration of t
anniversary of the birth of Then
"KOUG1I ON HATS , "
The thing dwlrcd found at Jo t. A
druggUt for "Jlough on llntn. " It dti
out raU , udce , roachw , rlie , bed bug * ! 1
WORKS FOR WATER.
The Financial Pl-m of the Com
pany Which Hns Con-
traotod With Thio City.
It Promises to bo n Prolltiblo Scborni
For tlio Company , Whether Itlo
' For the City or Not.
Them hixi been mich n ilciiro pn tin
part of nil to Imvo water worttn oatab
hsliod licro , that the fact of the citj
having entered into a contract hu
boon greeted with glatltiOBS , eave b ;
tkoRo who put their objections intx
legal form and sought to got an in
junction but failed , The matter ii
ono of so much moment nml iiilercR
that the public will pladly greet an ]
now inform tflon concerning the plain
of operation or prnnpoots of micccsa
The latest information which Tin
BKK hna to impart ia the annoiinco
nont put forth by the coinmny itaol :
n a New York piper of recent date
nd which reads as follows :
PROPOSALS VOR VVATKIt IIONDS.
Scaled proposaln will bo received a
ho office ot the Farmers' Loan am
'rust compan } ' , No. G Exchangi
'lace , in the city of New Vork , tinti
noon of Monday , the Oth day of Fob
uary , 1882 , for the purchase of anj
portion , or nil , of * ftvo hundred thou
and dollars of the first mortgage sij
> or cent , twonty-fivo yoarfl' sinking
und gold bonds , issued by the Coun-
il Blufls Oily Water Works company ,
o aid in providing the means for the
onstructmn of a system of wntoi
works in the city of Council Bluffii ,
Payment for nil bonds nllottedmusl
) o inado direct to the Farmers' Loan
ind Truat company , by whom the on
; ire procouds _ of all tlio bonds will be
lold in trust and paid over to tlio con <
ractora from time to time during the
onatruction of the water works ,
hich are to bo completed and pul
Ho npnration on or before Januan
1 , 1883.
ho bonds nro in denominations ol
> no thnusand dollars ; are payable
wonty-fivo years from October 1 ,
881 ; bear interest at the rate of ( i
or cent , per annum ; have semi-
nnual coupons attached , pnyablo on
lie lat days of April and Ootobor in
iich year , and both principal and in-
crest are payable in United Statea
old coin in the city of New York ;
Payment of the principal and in-
oroat of the bonds ia secured by n
rat mortgage , conveying in trust , to
lie Farmers' Loan and Trust com-
lany , ( of the city of Now York. ) 1st.
'ho entire system of water-works ol
ho company , constructed and to be
onstructod , and all its property ,
> oth real and personal , of whatsbovoi
cind and nature , acquired and to b <
cquirod , in connection therewith ir
ho city of Council UlufTs , Iowa. 2nd
Iho charter and franchise and tin
ontract with the city of Conner
lluOis. 3d. The income and rovonuoi
ierivud from water rente , for wxifci
o be aupplitdjor hocntyfive years , un
> r a special con'ract ' to the city Oj
Taunct' JJhtfli , and for water aupplioc
o consumers for domestic , business
iianufnoturing , railroad , and othci
lurpoaos. 4'h. The sinking fum
uffioiont to pay off and retire all o
ho bonds on or buforo their maturity
The company is incorporated undo
; ho laws of the atato of Iowa , with i
capital atook of seven hundred ant
ifty thousand dollars , tor the purpoa
if introducing a supply of wateriron
ho Miasnuri river into the city o
Council Blulfa , Iowa , and has the sol
aud excluaivo right and privilege , under
dor a special charter and tranohis
grant cd by the city , to lay water pipoa
operate water works , and supply th
city and its inhabitants with water fo
Tire protection , for manufacturing put
[ wars nml for domestic uses.
The city contains a population o
about 20,000 inhabitants. It is th
eastern terminus of the Union Pacifi
railway , on whoso transfer grounds
covering about ono thousand acre
within the city limits , aro. located th
largo Union depot , hotel , grain olovn
tor , and stock yards. Seven otho
railroads centre in the city from th
north , east and south , natnoly : Th
Cliicngo , St. Paul , Minneapolis t
Omaha ; the Chicago & Northwestern
the Chicago , Milwaukee it St. Paul
the Chicago , Hock Island .t Pacific
the Chicago , Burlington it Quincy
the Wabash , St. Louis it Pacific , am
the Kansas City , St. .losoph it Coun
cil Binds railroads. The State Den
and Dumb asylum ia located botweo
two and three miles from the contr
By the provisions of the contrac
with the city of Council BluH , th
company is to receive a mimmtim
twenty thousand dollttAi yearly fo
period < / tuenty-firr wart for watc
to bo'suppliod to the city for fire pro
tection and municipal purposes , on
thts amount ii to be wcreaied from tim
to time hertafttr as additional hydrant
are required. The validity of th
contract hre recently been unani
mously confirmed by the uprom
court of the state of Iowa.
The ntt revenue from water rent
for water to bo supplied to consume !
for domestic , business , manufactui
ing , railroad , and other purposes , on
to the city for fire protection end mi
nlcipal purposes , it U estimated , wl
amount to the bum of $92,000 year ) ]
The interest and sinking fund chaw
will amount to the aum of 840.UC
Proposals should bo indorsed "Pr <
poaals for Water Bonds , " and nhoul
bo enclosed in an envelope addresae
& the Council Bluffs City Wat <
Works Company , at the offlco of tli
H-armers' Loan and Trust comnam
No ; 20 , Exchange Place , New Vorl
bach proposal should atato tl
amount of bonds required and tl
price the bidder is willing to pay f (
each bond of $1,000 , the accrued ii
torost of which must bo added thor
to , and ahould bo accompanied by
check or certificate of deposit , pa
rblo to the order of the Farmui
Loan and Truat company , for u su
cjltial to 10 per cent , oftho amount <
Bids will bo opened on Honda ;
tbn Oil ) dat rf February , 1882 , at the
office ol the Farmers' Loan and TriMl
company , and the allotment will bi
mudo and duo notice thereof iit'tit tc
the Micccflsiul bidders immodiatoli
thereafter. ChoclcR nnd cortificatpu o !
( Icnonit nccivcd from'nnauccusafu '
bidderR will at the tntno time bo ro
t < rnod by the Truat company. Thi
remaining 90 per cent of the purchase
money on tlio bonds allottrd , to
gotht r with iho accrued intcroii
tlicrixiii , will bn duo mid payable tc
the Furnnim1 Loan and Truat com
pany within GO < ln > s thoreaftiT. Upor
the receipt of each final payment the
Truat company will deliver Iho bondi
porUiinititt thereto to the purchaser 01
to his order.
The riirht IB reserved to reject nnj
or all bids not doomed for the beat in
torcstn of the company.
Blank 'proposals , nlao pnmphlpti
containing copies of the articles of in
corporation , chsiracter , franohlan , con
tracts wiih the city of Council Blutlk
report of the engineer , anil mortxago ,
can bo obtained on application U
tboFarmers * Loan'and Trust company ,
No. 21 Exchange place ; McHstn ,
Sowoll & Pioroo , attornoya and coun.
aelor at law , Na 20(5 ( Broadway ; J ,
H McOeorgo , No. 20 Br < md street , 01
at the dfllco ot the Council O'lilFs ' citj
water works company , No. 35 Broad
way , Now York.
By order of the board of diractorH.
J. URIIVKY DKMAKHT , Secretary.
It sccina from this showing that the
company , at leaat , i perfectly sati -
11 cd with its end of the bargain , and
it ought to bo. If , according to the
estimate , the works cost 8250,000 ,
and the company places the $500dOC
bonds at good figures , the ciunpanj
can start out with a profit of 9200.00C
or moro , and according to their own
stntomo'it' a yearly profit of ovci
850,000 is expected after that , above
, ho interest und sinking fund. If thoac
igurea are to bo * relied upon , it ap <
> oara that the company will
mvo abundant mi-ans for purring the
work * to a speedy and nuccceaful
The Ulonwood creamery ia nearly
The heavy weight quill puihors will
congregate at Rod Oak to-day.
The Odd Follows of Creston arc
) r-paring for a big colebrotion there
April 2G next.
A § 30,000 fire occurred at Belle
'laino last week , consuming seven
Colfax on "Murtyra" and Hillotto
on "Uroi'iibftcks" are the coming
ilnguea ef luwa ,
Olarinda claims moro pretty women
han any town in the state. Otir >
ho news to Bamum.
Ex-Gov. Gear ban accepted the
( residency of the Iowa and Coloradc
lonsolidntcd mininc c unpany , and
tas Rene to Colorado to itmpcot tin
company's property in the Sun Juat
The Creston Advertiser reports ttia
ho officers of that town are on thi
Fresh trail of the murderer , Goorgi
Bart , who broke jail in Grand L > lam
aat weok. The officers are confideu
The citizens of Atlantic fired t
} arcy of tough and troublesome trampi
by masking and a display of rope
The mob collared the trantpa n (
rushed thorn out of town , whore the ;
begged for life and were allowed t <
The Farmers' Protective aasociatioi
have completed arrangements for thi
continuation of barb wire manufactur
for its patrons. Patonta have booi
bought and an agent contracted with
and the work will bo begun in a wool
at Oos Moinoe.
Important discoveries of coal hav
just boon reported at and aroun
Grand Junction , Greene county , n
the intersection of the Des Moinoa < !
Fort Dndgo and Chicago & Nortli
western railways. The Dos Moincs < !
Fort Dodge road ia reported to hav
bought largely in lands overlying th
deposits , and will no doubt grpatl
increase their cirryine trade thorobj
The veins struck are nearly four ft'r
in thickneaB. and are oovorod with
line roof of slate , making thorn caa
of accoeH and safa to > vork.
Tomlittoao Minins Mntteri.
National Associated Prem.
ToMnsroA'K , A. T. , Tinimry 00.
The great mining suit of the Contention
tion vs , the Head Center which hn
occupied the attention of the dlstric
court for the pant twelve days , wa
decided to-day. The suit was brough
by the Contention company againa
the Head Center for a larger porttoi
of the Iload Center claim. Counst
for the Contention was Senator Stewart
art , Judge Lowia and Judge Campbell
boll ; for the Head Center , Harry 1
Thornton , Judge Mono ck and Geacg
Williams. The hat two days ofTh
trial were occupied with the arcumont
of Messick , Thorton and Sfowarl
during which the court ro m wn
thronged. The jury retired at 0:4 :
on Saturday night , and returned o
Sunday morning with a verdict fixin
a. line between 'tho tno mines , an
giving the Iload Center nearly all thi
valuable ground. The result may b
considered ai virtually n victory fo
the Head Contnr. notwithitandin
that the Contention company got
three hundred feet of the souther
end of the Head Center ground
The town hai been filled for the pai
fortnight with prominent mining mo
interested in the CMO.
The c&so of the Tranquility vs. th
Head Center wan continued unt
The mining outlook U encouraging
A New Railroad Wrlnlclo.
III1U County Journal.
Under a rula recently adopted b
the 0. B. it Q. no article of freight i
billed an weighing less than ono hun
dred pounds. In other worda if
package weigho 25 or DO 'pounds thi
corporation charges for carrying 10
pounds. On the same principle
man who works half n day would b
entitled to pay for a full day , and i
ho worked ono day ho should bn pai
for two. Under this rule wo wer
compelled to pay $1:12 : charges on
packugo which fcrmorly cost us 7
JOTH AT THE JAIL.
The Intnntori nml Tlielr Accommoda
tion ana the Prospect Tor a Now
Pntont Hevolvinff Ca o.
Tlio present jnil has only ten cflla ,
and the prisonermu ) alleged to bo
doubled up ntid tucked away in nil
Rorln of wajs when the number are of
the usual si/ ? , At prcnont thuro ia
jnst about room cnouch , but from this
time on until the meeting of the dis
trict court those numbers will nte.idily
increase until every corner is crowded.
The jail in eizo at le.aU in far from
mooting the wants of the comity , and
this haa rained the query UK to what 13
bent to do to provide for the criminal
classes and those awaitins trinl. The
county has commodious ground , now
used na a vro d yard , nml located
north of the court IIOUBP It io
planned to erect upon this a new
building ! and the question of an np-
[ > ropmiiuii will i > rub.ibl > bo presented
lo the people at next fall's eUc'ion ,
3omo novel plans are under conaidor-
tion. The drawer of tlicao plans pro-
peace to erect for $ it5,000 a revolving
jail ; that is , the culls atranccd in a
cylinder inaido the walls. Tina cylin
der ia three stories high and is
made to rcvolvo BO that the
door of each cull ia brought
when neodud lo an opening in the
> rating which aurrouiuh the c > lindor ,
iid the prisoner is thus taken out.
It is claimed that only seven pounds
weight -iiecdud to ruvulvo the entire
cylinder. The novelty of this plan
attracts much attention , and is subject
toddly comment ,
Whilu this and other plans for the
better accommodation of persons are
buing made A nmitor of talk , mnttcis
at the prtsont jail move along na beat
KvofV Sunday religious services are
lield thoro. It is coutful whether
any grout good is done by them , but
they do no harm , and servo to break
the monotony of jail lifo. Some of
the boj'B scorns moro anxious about
meals than the broad of life , and
aat Sunday ono of thin class blurted
out with the query : ' 'Have wo got
to take iho wind buforo wo take our
dinnet ] " lie WHS assured that such
waa the programme , and submitted
quietly to thu righteous talk.
The prisoners do not luck for food
though , judging from thu bill of faro ,
which embrnci-H bread and meat three
timea a day , coff < e twice u day , and
t'ithur potatoes ol bnat.s three times a
dny. Erich iirisontr in allowed daily
ono pound of meat and one pound and
a tialf of bread.
JinrSmiiloy , who was arrested by
Detective H zoii , and is now lodged
in jail at Omaha , might have been nr-
roatcd two wouks earlier hud the jailer
bore known hit was wanted. About
two weeks ago ho had the cheek to
apply-at the jail bore for permission
to BBO'nomoof tVr b > ys. Ho gave his
muuo , and wiif recognized as a hard
one , who had i to i in before , anti it
was not doomed advisable to let him
taik with the prisoners. Had it
been known that ho was wanted ho
could easily have been locked up , for
all needed was to turn the key alterho
had boon given the admission ho
desired. His alleged purpose was to
give the boys somu tobacco , ho having
several packages of trio weed , both
for am king and ohoning , but it was
feared ho might slip in saws and files
aa well , and hence admiaaion was re
fused. Ho ia doubtloBS now as anxious
to get out of jail as ho was' then to
There is every n w and then a pris
oner sentenced to a term in jail at
hatd labor. It is almost nonsense to
add hard labor rlauso to a sentence ,
as there is no hard labor to bo done
there. There are no facilities for
working prisomri. There is occas
ionally a little wi rk , of the lightest
kind , cleaning up the court house and
cleaning up the yard , but this ia but
nominal. Some < f the harmless
prisoners are uaod for doing chorus
and running errands , but tts for hard
labor there is npiio for them.
Attempts at jail breaking are very
seldom. A number of thoao confined
there are glad t noiigh to avt ire thorn-
selves of frco board , and in fact tliero
is every ro.i on to believe that in
several c isos lately , larceny has been
committed for the solo purpose of
getting into comfortable quarters at
jail. If the hard labor clauco cou.cl
bo practically cairiod out , it would
mukolifo in jail loss attractive to
poinu of those.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTlOK. Special advertisements , such u
Lost , Found , la Loan , For Bale , To Rout ,
Want * , Hoarding , etc. , will be Ineertcd In Dili
column at the low rate of TKN CENTS 1'RI !
LINK lor the flr t Insertion and K1VK CENTS
FBH LINK lor cub ( ulmequcnt liiMrtlnn ,
Lukva crllKimcnta at our offlcv , lloom 6 ,
Kvcrttt'a lllock , llroailwoy.
> Kver > bodr In Council lllufla 1C
WANTKI HiHi 2 < > cent * per < xk , do
Mierud tjy curlers. Otlloc , llooiu C , K > tiott'i
III o ,
> To buy 100 ton * broom com.
For iwrUcuUn uldreei Council lllnO )
Uroom Factory , Council UluBi , low * . OcB-i3U
> A Unrt-fliM broom Ucr. M ) in
WANTKI Council DluT ( , Iowa. WO SO *
T7KR BALE Old paper tOe per hundred , at
J ? Thu Io office. Council IlluOi. in 7-U
mo UIIICK-MAKKlia. KOH flALK 5 acre * 01
X morool land adjo'iilrg tha brlik.ard o
llaancr & Hat ' on Upper Uroa-lwav. Foi
particular * aiip'j ' to t > avld llalnmort illannur1 !
oQlc at tbouoMJul Trade rorm > . Council lilufla
DOTTKIl'8 TICKET OFFIfB-War In rallroa <
, I _ UckeU oontlnuoH to > > oom. UnirecoJcnte | <
low rated to all outcm | ioUiU. Krcry tlrke
guaranU d , OnUr * tilled by telejihoiie. Froa
ono to ten dolUn w od t > y purc > uulnK ticket
of C. A. 1'otler , kucceuaor to rotter & 1'alnier , No
40 South Klttli btreet , four doom UiJovr the ixmt
otllce , Council tlluflt , Iowa. octlS tl
. - , wltli i < onr , to cam pup
WANTF.IV-lloy oltlce , Council llluil * .
Onlng I/1 t'ic ' Imme'-io euciVM cf tl nov
Qatntlne Bromldn Inttanl.i ecus Proroi
at tlio Exc Ulor Gallery , fill ) ) nr ot , Ooun
ell Il'ulf ' * , iho | troirivtor | tUvUe tliosg .il.lilnj
I'hlldrcu'K I'Utures to all betavcii tha haiirnn
lOaiulliiu'clivKa. in. M o ln. to tlu Pra < .
of Uutlnots eucli ttrmitrciuent In nucetxary t <
a\ol | dear.
Ji'Mui J , BARKE , Proprietor
FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
"Good morning , Mr.
Jones. You 'se'em in
good humor this
"Yes , I have been to
BOSTON TEA STOEE ,
and flnd anything and every
thing I want ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
I toll you , I can Siive Money
now out ot'rav salary , and Live
First-class , too. It pnya to go
"Where did you sny Jt wa * ? "
BOSTON TEA BOMPT
FINE GROCERS ,
IB Main St. and 15 Pearl St ,
COU * OTL HLUPP S IA.
( Ujsollnu Stove. )
OBC. OR , . JO 3V US ,
STOVES , TIN WARE ,
SHEET IRON WARE ,
331 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , In ,
DOST FA L TO SEP. Till ! STCbK OK
W. W. BUCHANAN
REPAIRING A SPE61ALTY.
, OOnilCil. ELPFFS.
H. H.JUDSON ,
405 BROADWAY ,
. COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MIKING
GENER A L MACHINERY
Offlca wnd Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo [ ( | MJ special attentlou to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL . MACHINERY ,
6BNBRAL REPAIR WORK
will rcciUu prompt attention. A general as-
Brass Goods , Bolting , Piping ,
AND SUPPLIES POR
Foundry Pig Iron , Coke , Coal ,
tOHAS , HENDRIE ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
nich Cut CUasa , Pine French CUlna ,
BUyer Wore Sic. ,
340 UROABWAT. < COUNCIL IiLUFi'8 , IOWA.
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
xi ztr or x et TS , j
Cor. I'tarl & lit A\a. , COUJ > CIL llUlrTS.
W. 8. AMK.NT. JACOII SIMS.
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attonwys & OouuEellors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
KELLEY M'CBACKEM ,
Marble and Granite ,
North Fifth St. , Council Uluffi
W. W. SHERMAN ,
JIOAD , TRACK , COACH & LIVERY
ZE3IA.RlsrE ! S S
Fine Work a Specialty.
Ji . K H. Rlir.KMAX , Bunlneui Uanagtr
South Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 10 WA.
My Harness are Manufactured from A No.
I Oak Tanned Leather.
I Sell My Goods at Bed Rock Prices. Or
ders from abroad receive prompt attention.
Jhickering , Weber , Lindeman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $200 and upward.
Burcett , Wo tern Cottage , Tabor ! and
Paloubet Organs , $50andupward Musi IM :
cal Merchandise of every discription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Shout-Music , I'OVB ,
Qames , Fancy Goods , Wholesale anrt Re TJ
L tail. 'Pianos 'and Organs sold f r Ooah
and on Time. Stock ia large , full and coin ,
plete. Musical Journal Too on applica s
tion Correspondence Solicited.
.A. Address :
.A.O J. MUELLER , i
IE 103 South 5th Street. o T 1. 1.i
COUNCIL'BLUFFS , IOWA. \
BOWMAN , ROHRER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Aiid Deilcn In all kinds ol Vroduee. 1'rpmpt attention ifivcn to all consignments.
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 26 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
. 3EL. TIES
- WILL SUPPLY ON SHORT
Out Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
In their scosop. Orders promptly filled and delivered to Exprces office free of charge. Scud for
GOXTJM GXXi U Jt'Jb'fcJ ,
PAPERBOOKS STATIONERY \1
, : ,
OOUNCI. . BLUFFS , IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFB'8 , IOWA ,
Buyer and Shipper of Brain and. Provisions
Ordera solicited in Iowa and Nebraska , REFERENCES.- National / "
Bank , Stewart Broa. , Council Bluffs ; William P. Harvey & Co. , Culver & > '
Co. , Chicago ; E. A. Kent & Co. , St. Louis.
METCALF BROS. ,
W1IOLK8ALK DE\LBH8 IN
Hats , .Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PR'CES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town LotH , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number 01 Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAvxu , ever Savings Bank. COU TOIL BLUFFS
BIXBY & WOOD ,
PLUMBERS , STEAM AND GAS FITTERS
Gas Fixtures , Bath Tubs , Marble Slabs , Brass
Goods , Iron and Lead Pipe , Fittings and
Pumps , Kept in Stock.
No. 7 Fourth St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
We Carry the Largest Stock of FINE
BOOTS & SHOES
SLIPPERS , ETC. ,
Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles ef Council Bluffs ,
All Mail Orders Promptly Attended To and
Highly Appreciated ,
OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW.1
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive.
Z. T. LINDSEY & 0 . ,
412 BROADWAYrCOUNClL , BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Ami WEST SIDE SQUARE , GLARINDA , IOWA ,
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