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    c THE OMAHADAILi SATUEREK- PAY J < 1EJ3iijAiiY' { nt ,
P. T. MAYNE , SDBSORIPTION KATES ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS AMD IOWA NEWS. By Carricrr , - 20 Cents jx > r Wook.
Manngor Council Bluffs Circulation ,
. . . . .
COUNCIL DL.UKFS , IOWA By Mull , $ lo.OO per Year.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Ofllco : .Room Five , Everett's Block ,
Broadway.
H. W , TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
The Ii nht ( iiiiriU hntl lliclr dance
la t night.
Tlio brickUjcr * and pin tctero meet
Iowa mid Wyoming Oonl handled only
by J , W. Hoilcfcr , No. 2(5 ( 1'cnrl St. f lltf
Tliooul.'oitif , ' ttmti cnst this Afternoon
It over the Chicago & Itock I land road.
Two youtln rained di < tnr'inco ' Rt
the iimequcndf TlniMil.iy evening anil
were promptly jailed.
Justice lliilrd yesterday removed hi
olllce tn n unite of room" , nuo rtnirwny
wextof his i < ldhuidimrtorH ] ,
The confidence men who have been
winking ridir thu trunufcr depot uro still
nhroad in thu Innd , nnd HCCIII tn defy caji.
Much fun ii nd entertainment is prom
iced a' 1) honey's to-nlgh * by Smith's
double Undo TOIII'M Cabin cnnipiny. The
company Rive * n , matinee ulno thin nfter-
nonn.
The Turn Vcreln ha-t n largely at
tended and evi cnt'y ' enjoynblo iiKHqner.
nde , rinirrilny ovtmini' . There was a
vur'cty of coHtuunn , H me being elegant ,
many of the n groti qnc and rninicnl.
- A iio'.ition ' of property owner * h > H
bee i net in circulation nulling for tlio
ojiunlrf , ' up of n Htrect from Sixth to
Eighth iilrtet , so .1 * ti ! connect with the
strict leading to the ntu tournament
grounds ,
The onso n ( Smith VH. Hlrong , In
which the former soiuht to reccner it
board hill , ai.d the lattur put in an olfeet
of ii inig-- for fiitfro imprliomntnt , was
dlsmlsuid yc t nUy at ploinUir'rt c..8l . , an
anilcaMe unilcratnuditi ) , ' helnjf apparently
rcoched.
In the clicuit court this c. o of Brandt
VB. riiimer , alt. r having uaul two days in
the trial wn giun to the jury Thursday
nyenlng. The jury remained out till night
and was clo * tcd clmily until about 1
o'clock yehtvrday afternoon , when falling
to agree , they were ( Imclwrgcd. H is Haul
they Htoul tight o four in fuvor of giving
damage to thu pliilntlir.
The lithographic ) pf/rti-iltH / of thn pop
ular nongstrev , Kuniiic Kellogg , appear in
many of the nhuw windowH and nro looked
upon with special inUT st by many of the
c'tircnn who havu known her hlm-o girlhood -
hood , and who watched her siuxm.sfiil ca
reer with great pride ; The portraits uro
huuK with the announce i.cnt that rho is
to appear in Omaha with thu Clco Ululj of
that illy in a concert to bu yivtn on the
evening of tlieli'lh.
At tliu iimsiiuonule of the tnru-vorln
Thursday night Theodoru Lund appeared
quaintly ma-lted , wltli u paper uhlhky
band for u cent , a beer keg fora head , and
a bottle for a hat. Frank Crow ol the
"Uluu-.Tuy'1 thought it would bo fun to
smash the rig , and with one b'low dr vo
the bottle ihnugh the mock keg. The
Hiuasli caused eevenil cuts ItiLimd' * scalp ,
and the blood flowud freely , To Lund itdid
not ueom much of a joke , and ho stmlght-
w y 6 wore out u warrant f..r Crow's or
ient for omult. Tlio ca ii to como up
before. Juntico Abbott this aftornoou for
hearing. ,
Constable Fox watf' pr tty badly out
of repair ycHtorday. Intryngto stop n
row aurt iirreat HOIIIU ditordetly partita
who luu been attend ng the masquerade
the ulght He-fore , ho got a kink which toro
blS breeches and disables his knce-oap.
One fellow hit him over the hcud with
chair infllcl ing a bump , and other blown
caused other bruisex. "With the aid of
other * lit ; nocuiod liU inen/thbugh there
was a lively clatter all thu waf between
the hall aud the calaboose , iu uhleh two
good sized parties waved war ngulatt cad
other , and blows WIN freely exchanged by
all concerned. It Is expected that a num
beret urron H Mill folio. * as the outgrowtl
of the me ee ,
The Cltizo , published at Tucson , Ail
i. iu , containa a number of items of \ ,
t lent tothiBo of this city who uio inter *
eoteJ in various ininlng cnUrprmos them.
It states that "nows from tlie Tyndul dis
trict continues to be of a mo t encouraging
character , and reports progrens in the con-
etiuctiou of a railway which will do awuy
with the isolated situation of affairs" it
al o BUte : "J'hu Laura , Hxpert aud Last
At oinpt , owned and worked by a ccrpora-
lion of capitalists in Council liluirH , nre kit
shouing up finely , and tlio thiity ton water
jacket smelter to be oroctuJ by them is
daily expected In Tucxon. " Regarding
Arivaea it sayn , "tho iinuniinoug voice is
tout tl.e proapectiof the cninp were never
better. "
PERSONAL.
Kx-Khcrilf lleeil was in the city yesterday -
day ,
M. Sclimit , of Oshkosh , was here yes
terday , looking over the west ,
J , 1 * . Shropshire , the Union 1'acllic a'-
toinvy at Omaha , was hero on legal bust.
nesH yesterday.
W. II , Harriaon , Jr. , wholesale and ru <
tail itationer at ToVlo , Iowa , was gn-et1
In ; friendi hero yeatenlny.
Her. Mr Leuiea ban thin week been at
tending a quarterly meeting of thu ex ecu
tivd cuu mitUe of the Haptlst obitoclullou
the meeting being held at Ies ) Molnos
He returned Thursday night , and repur
at ) a result of the meeting the granting u
Quauciul aid to several weak churches un
the pKiliitintlit | of nevgral mlmiiouarles.
Thn 0. , U. & Q , in Iowa is
$3,504,993. the Ii. , C. K. & N. 81
140'J5D , the JJ. & S. W. , iio.v the 0
3) . & K. 0 . $109,000 , tlio B , V N
V. 857,655 , uml tiio T. , 1' & \ \
branch of tlio Wabash 82,550. Tli
0. , M. & St. T fa assessed ut182
700 , the 1. 0. at § 1,720,374 , nnd tl
0. , K. I. & P at 84,007,808. All tl
of\ior \ linuB in tliu utatuuro Ubaessod i
Mcwtlian $1,000,000 uuclt. The lov
eat vuluution per mile is on ( ho IQV
Kattern , fourtuun miles iu length , un
only luai-Beod at $800 per mile. Tl
laigeot in en the 0. , H. & Q. und (
H. I. & P. , both valued at 812,000. ,
QUEER WORK ,
Young St ckdnlo Slips Out o
tbo TollB ot the Law
Voy : Easily.
A Cnso Which "Will Boar a Llttli
nt Snuliht :
Tlio renders of Tun HIK ; will re
inunihor the niirrnlion of the caplnn
of n young innn nntncd .Ininun F
Stockdalo , nt the Crouton liuimc , 01
Tuuflday night. Tlio youiiK man , hj
nio.iiiB of a faint ) kuy , obtuinod un
trunco to the room of Max Molm , tlu
ptopriutor , and Hucrutud hiniRolf will
a rovolvur undur the bud , nnd thurc
ruiiiainud until aftur iMrn. Muhu and
her childhad , rotirod. She discovered
his presence , gixvo thu alarm , and thu
follow wan captured. Ho admitted
that ho was the res to "innko n raise , '
and wan lodged in the police ntation.
Tliu following day Air. Alohnuppuarud
at tlio police station and imrr.uod tlio
details of the all'.iir , and seemed anxi
ous to prosecute , A short time lie-
fore thin ho hud huon robbed of $80
mid a watch , and ho expected that
this younv man know ahotit this ,
aa ho had boon boarding at thu
bouso right along ; The youn
man doiiiud thai ho had anything to
do with tlio previous robhory. and
Joniod that hoVIIH a member of any
| { aiijor had any helpers. Ho hnd u
watch and about , $20 in hiaposacsHiun ,
nnd claimed that his father , who lived
in MuBcatinu , was financially ahlo to
help him out of liin difliculty. It was
ilucidrd to wait a httlo before filing an
information , and yive the boy's father
i uhanuc to comu Jioro. A dollar of
Iho young man's money WJIH taken for
; ' , ' ! egrapli IXITJIOHUH , and on ThurHilay
; ho father arrived. Kucordor liurko
aid the iiiformiitioii icady to he
lignod , hut Mr. Alolm did not appear
o glvo III'H nutoyraph. The father
| iont most of Iho day consulting with
Marshal Morse , nnd the upshot of the
vholo matter was the young man wan
liaohargud for want ot prosecution ,
md taking the train with his father
mrriod away to hia homo in Muscan-
iiio.
iiio.Tlio
Tlio effort made to keep the press
'rom making mention of thu attumpt-
jd robhory , and the ease with which
; lie matter wan quietly dropped , has
ed to many qitorrios as to how it Imp-
> L'iin that a yoiint' man thus caught ,
ind making BUuh eoiifessiom ) , could so
juiutly bo tinned loose. Some of
Llioso convornant with the facts havu
reached thu conclusion that a financial
jottlemunt was madu , by which thu
prosecution wau dropped. It i naid
that the landlord wan silenced by be
ing paid , partly by cash and partly by
l > y note , enough to cover hia loss by
[ iiovioim robburion , BO that ho did not
: aii < to appear against thu young man.
Ii is also atatou that onu ot the
boitidors at the Crouton liouuu named
i'illur , who had his room once robbed
> ( about $23 , wanted the uniotuu < M
his leas figured into thu Hottloinunt ,
and because of sumo failure to con
nect , that ho blew the whole matter
away , and was in consequence ejected
from thu house.
Recorder liurko on being question
ed ye turday s.iid that Mohn failed to
sign the information as ho hud prom
ised , and not putting in any appearance -
anco against the prisoner the young
man waa discharged for lack of prose
cution.
Mr. Mohn , on being asked about
the matter , denied all knowledge of
any settlement. Ilu said he had not
seen thu boy's father at all. lie waa
inforinnd by Marshal Aloiso that thu
father was here , nnd replied that if ho
wanted anything of him lie could call
nt iho hotel , but saw nothing of him.
Un being naked why ho did not Hign
the information , ho naid that the
boarder , Tiller , who had lost unco ? 23 ,
said ho would go up to the station and
lilo an information against thu youiifj
man , and ho thought that would di
just as well at- for him to go. He depended
ponded on Tiller to do this , and u
night Tiller came back , a.iying liu had
not done GO , and thuro being no prosu
cntion appearing thu yuung man luu
bueiiilut loose. Mohn said ho was si
mad at Tiller for thus neglecting tide
do aa he hud promised that lit' kickei
him out of the house.
In further conversation Mr. Main
said that it would have done no gooi
to prosecute the hey and send him t
prison , as it would not bringhimb.icl
the money which ho lust , nnd won )
only minu to disgrace the boy's fun :
ily. If the papers would only atten
to their otvn business , and not intei
fern with his , In would like it muo
bettar.
Ono thing is curtain , the youn
man slipped out easily from a tiorioi
chaigu BO easily , in fact , that it 1m
caused much Jalk and discuesin
among the fuw observant onoavl
naturally wonder whether yuui :
Stockdalo would have tluia alippi
throuuh had ho beun bomo poor in
fortunate without money and withoi
friendi.
By the Wayaltlo.
The doviltriffl of thu night hi
Hourly ceased und tlio bibulous youi
nmn , who oxpootod to gratify hia ai
bition by dancing till broad daylig
with the foniinino udniiration of 1
liuato diamond , roluctuntly quit Ii
aide nnd steered IIH ! botanglud U
into mi alloy way. It waa the hu
when hoi cat poonlu think of tlio an
of Morpliuua , und dishonest on
think of Boimi ether ono'a arms. ' 1
stars , which Rung together nt eivutio
dawning , looked duwn upon tlio you
man with something of a frown ii {
thuir brilliant fiicoa , and their h i
cliuruu himhfd into n minor atrain
their leuniing rayu pierced the
wildurvd motives of the yuung n
lying upon un tiHli-liouji trying
throw tip. Tlii ) stain of tlio earth '
a ( Urania cuntrattt with liyrun's em
llnko , whiter than the mountain B !
u'or it left mother cloud. Tlio yni
follow wan fearfully and \\ondorfi
ui-sick.
Ho Hliiruud shivered as does
nhrimlcd ] ) fohago , still cliimitt" by its
fragile , frost-brittled tendrils when it
is made to gloomily rustle aa the polar
Rpirita , clothed in frosty frizz , lilt
through the barren groves that oral-
while were clad in gladsome green.
Hu had left his overcoat up-staire ,
and wan too drunk to go aftur it and
too cold to do without it. No won
der ho shivered.
, Officer StorlingVslar of the night
gleamed in the alleyway , and thu
hand of the law was laid upon thu
yuung man , while n voice came from
under the blue coat , "How to prevent
crime ? Surely not by placing blotches
of perennial slander upon those faith *
j fill religious teachers who , when the
cares of the week find a temporary
tomb , administer needed sustenance
I to mati'w higher nature. Far from it.
It s a good deal better to run him in. "
I As thu young man sat upon the edge
I of thu iron cot behind the bars he
meditated , "Alas ! alas ! genuine cul
ture in mocked in its own temple.
Worse than ho whoso hand tendered a
limp lily as life's most sturdy em
blem , that confounded turnkey gives
me a soup bone. A. sturdy emblem ,
indeed ! In the slow moving progress
of thu countless hosts of marching
and sweltering humanity , what aru
Croesus and Cyrus but gnats upon
life's wheel , to bo crushed as the sum
mer day rolls around. Sober sonau is
overwhelmed by the carnival of thu
cycles and the crush of unmolested
crime , made epidemical by the inher
itance of the ages " Hut nature's sweet
restorer , lulmy sleep , bids the wear
ied thinker drop the puzzling thought ,
and fall by thu waynido , until raised
by thu echoing rovurhur.ition of that
over dreaded , "Drunk again , eh !
Well , I'll lot you ulf this time with
$ U and costs.
THE POLITICAL POT. '
It Has Commenced Simmering and u
Few Names Bubble Up for Olllco.
The approach of a city election * be
gins to cause those interested in polR-
ical-niid municipal mattera to begin
talking over the men and places.
It seems to bo pretty well eetllod
that Dr. N. D. Lawrence will he the
republican nominee for mayor. The
democrats are talking of nominating
W. 0. James , and there is a prospect
of the present incumbent , Mayor
Yaughan running as an independent.
For city attorney , Jacob Simms , the
late county attorney , is favorably
mentioned by thu republicans , while
the present attorney , 0. A. Holmes ,
will probably secure the democratic
nomination.
For police justice , among thu re
publicans aru named thu present hold
er F. A Burke , George Carson , and
\V. S. Mayne. The democrats are
talking of C. E. Stone and E. E.
Ay los worth.
There are a number ot persons
mentioned in connection with the city
marshal's otlice. Ono is J.W. Morse
tlio present incumbent , the present
chief of police , H. II. Field , E. W.
Jackson , and Jo. Spaulding.
For city engineer L. P. Judoon , the
present engineer , nnd ThomasTosti -
vel are named.
The present city weighmaster , II.
O. Ohlinger is mentioned as his own
successor.
The nldormnnic race will bo a mix
ed one and there will bo many entries' .
The names of J. J. Brown and A. C.
Graham are talked favorably of by
the democrats as aldermen at largo.
There are several now in the council
who desire an endorsement by re
election , and many fresh candidates
are being talked over.
Tuo Duties of Farmers In thoMiuttor
of Legislation.
Duiilap ( la ) . KqwrUr
Every great industry of this nation
keeps at the seats of state and na
tional legislation , representatives , or
lobbiests , independent of the leg.il .
representatives elected by the people ,
to look after the interests of their re
spective industries , to secure such
'enactments tuat will advance their in
terests , and to prevent , if possible ,
thu enactment of such laws that will
work injury to them. We said every
great industry of the nation , but we
will make a notable exception ; the
agricultural interest , un industry in
which more than one half of the pop
ulation of the United States are engaged -
gaged ; an industry second in impor
tance to none in this country , and
yet they keep no army nt the seat of
fovorumont , of the lawinaking power ,
to enforce due and adequate lega
protection ,
Thu banker , thu railroad , thu man
ufacturing interest all watch with can
their interest , as well an thu ciliei
and towns , to secure national or stati
appropriations for public buildings
etc , thereby securing a gtu.ut'
mriiuiiro of prosperity for their eityo
town.
If the fnrmara by some concert
d notion , dolino such lnws that are nee
esBiiry to the interest und prosporit ;
of their induatry , und secure indt
pendent ruprosentntives , to remai
at the ecata of government during th
soesions of the legislative bodies
. whoso duty it will bo to urge the ei
uotmont ot laws that will advnneu th
intoreat they ropresimt , the ugricu
n- tural interest , All this costs mono ]
lit uo docs it coat ether industries wh
lia nro BU represented , but they mail
inonoy by doing so , yet somotniK
er very largo sums nro spent to can
gs through to success achemea for tl
ur advancement of the interests inwhic
they are mndo.
I1H
ki'a NVo know of a city , not n thonsai
miles from hero , that ottered n lobbj
ho iat of national reputation u thonsai :
n'a dollaru to compass about the nation
" 8 legislation to secure n cortnin rosul
on which it was known if nocompllshi
I')1 ' would work to the interest of the oi
in iueation | , but the lobbyist hoot
nt them for oil or ing only ono thoiuni
an dollara , Hu aaid to the city , or t
to men interested , "Cfiyamotonthouaa
van dollara , with the privilege to draw I
M. uiuro when the ton thousand v
oot gono. " The money was raised ,
ing the job successfully carried throuj
illy If each farmer would nllow himself
bo lined to create n fund to pay '
the expense of such representatives ,
look to the agricultural interest in all
it phases it would he tin boit invest
ment they could mako.
All ( > re.\t intori'VB of the country ,
thu finance , or banking interest ,
transportation , nmiiuf.'ic'urim , ' , ami
nifiny others , are * o pp't ' Tied by law
nnd li'giahition , thaf the farmer is
only used as n me.ins n hereby these
interests urow info m mm oth proportions
tions , when in faet the acricultural
industry is the greaient , the most
important interest in any civilized
land , air ! Dipnoi illy sri in HUH , an in
dustry that supports ll ilhnrs , with
out which they could n t , or if at all ,
would have but a sickly ' xUtcnco.
Therefore , u rictilMiro should have
the greatest encouragement , and the
men engaged in that pursuit hhould
see that tlio necessary protection is
secured
1UWA ITEMS.
BurliiiL'lon is taking Herdics on the
half-shell.
Wubator City rejoices ovir the re
turns of a late' census , showing the
population to bu 2)00.
Tom Green was knocked down and
robbed in Sioux City las.t Wednesday.
Thu highwaymen have been arrested.
The Dunison bulletin has boon sued
for $5,000 dnmagi'H for getting tlio
wrong Christian name in its report of
n divorce suit.
Eldora's board of trade has taken
stops toward ascertaining v to the ex
istence of coal in d Her un t parts in
that vicinity.
Greenfield tins a necret society whoso
initiatory ceremonies nro said to consist -
sist in hanging the candidate out of u
back window by the slack of his
trousers and shooting apples elF his
head vith a pistol.
L. S Coilin , of F.irt Dnlgo.the
teinj orary chairman of the recent state
! . InbitoVy eonvi'iitk'ii , has written a
Ictur to the /Toct / that the proposed
prohibitory amendment is not intended -
ed to prohibit the ni.inufacturu of al
cohol for export.
Cait ; , J. K. Powers , who lia-s boon
trjing to et up nil oxeurHon to risit
the b.ittle Hold nf Hhiloh next April
the anniversary of said luttlo- has
bpun notified ! > y stuambo.it owners
that they camjot furnish boats for the
proposed trip.
Avoca is not s badly oil' for niiina
factories. It linn two steam flouring
milla that tnin out about 15000OGO ;
pounds of Hour a i.'ir , as good n ma
chine nud repair t-Oiop as Iowa can
boast of , a largi' crimery , two wagon
and bntjuy manufactories , n largo
brewery , and will sc m have a soap
Factory
The weightiest senator in the I'owa
Joginlaturo is D. M. Clark , of Wayne
county , 2CO pounds , and the lightes ,
7ohn G. Gillett , of IJoono county , 112.
The oldest senator is Alfred llobard ,
of Montgomery county , ( ! G years , and
tlio youngest , Mr. Giiltt , 80. The
aerators uverauo 1)7 ! 2-ll25 pounds in
weight , and 144 years. The lightest
representative is Charles. Aldrich , of
Hamilton comity , 125 pounds , und the
heaviest , M. H. Calkiuii , of Jones
county , 250. S. S. Humbert , of
Howard county , in the oldest man in
the liouse , OT yi'ars , and Charlus A\
Bishop , of llauk-Hawk , the youngest ,
27 years. Average weight of repre
sentatives , 170 19-100 pounds ; aver
age ugu , 43 11-25 joais.
low * schools are comingin for their
share of the bills before the legisla
ture this Hi'OHon. Oneof these is
called the "Picker bill. " It attempts
to remove the necessity oi < ru-uxami-
mition for the best of teach
ers nnd intends to raise the stand
ard of the profession. This bill
has been submitted to the leading ed-
uc.itors of the state nnd approved by
them. Ib calls for thu ivppomtmont
ot a state board of oxautinuis , con
sisting of thu state superintend
ent , president of the state uni
versity , principal of the state
normal pahooL and two persons
appointed by the governor , one of :
whom film ! ! ' hu a wornin. In case thirv
becomes u law , public examinations
will bo held by the board , at which
one of the uuiinbora must bu present.
Two astnutmita may bu appointed by
the board , both of whom must be well
qualified teachers.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTIOK , & ) > odal ailNcttlSAinunts , such ft *
last , KoiitiJ , To Loan , Ko Sale , To Kent ,
Wftiitu , lloanVtiiK , etc. , Hill to limcrtctl In thU
coliiuui at the low ntooCTKN CENTS 1'KH
MNi : lor thu llritt iiiBcttlon anil HVK CKNTb
1'Klt LINK for o.tch vuli iuviit liuwrtlnn.
l.ia\c lulv fillncinenta at our ollicc , IVuom 6 ,
i\cn tt'H Ulack , llroailuuy ,
IU.NT Three or Icur rooms ( or ll'lit )
17IOU tlui.li Kulhln taolilcckBOl jKMtotllco
hitiiuraot | Hi. uunuhctt U U foul at- fu V.I
\ \ AN ! K - To rom - A ten room homo ! n
V > bomo U''wl iii-lMiorhoatl | or two nmtllfi
hoimuH ii.lr Iu lil" . ' * klrw I * . C ) , llox 1)1
Counitl 11 nilor iippl ? ul UKK otJcu Couucl
f 111 11 It * . < 0fi
> TKD i\crlioly : In Council IulJ ! Ii
WA to ukuTnn llui , 'JO cent * | vr week , ile
llvvrvd \ > y cAirlets. O.lito , Koo-jn , 6 , Kv-jati/
lllJCK , UruiuNay.
, i A \rANTlU ) To txiy 100 toiu tiroom corn
Y > I'or lurtk-uljs adilrta.i Council lllufl
Uroom Factor ) , Council lllullii , Jowa. CW-iUtl
ACrst-clawi br om tier. Mayn
WASTKD Coiiiirll lllurtH , lcA\a. ( bO-ISO *
f7\01t \ 8A1.K OU tniwrii 40o ) wr
J. Tnu U e otlice. Coiindl'Jlufl * . t 7-t !
IllUCK-MAKKKS , VIM 3ALK-5 aci (
moruol Ipji'l atljo'nljK tlio brlck-y nV <
lunncr & Hal iui' on irjipt'r llron-'wuv. ' K (
liartlcuUn l | > ly tu la\U ) llaliirs or ti lliunci
olllco at the UoirJulTriule ronm. Council IDufl
' J Bin
' TICKI.T ( WICK. War In rallroi
POTTKU'S ittnUnucii to boom. Uni'rix-nlcnt '
low rate * to nil LarJcrn ) > olut8. I'lvory tick
1'iwranti.il , OtiU'rAllllcil by tcU'pnonu. Fro
ono to t n ilollurs J.uul tuircWlni : tlckc
ol U , A. 1'ottcr , Biicnwr to fatter k I'abucr , N
40 Kor.ih Filth ntnct , lour iloor below thu | > oi
olllco , Council llluUn , lowtt. cells tl
15 " \7(7ANTE Itoy , with jwii ) , to i rry impc
\ V liniulru at U ollico , Council lllull * .
id cctlS-tt
10
id Notice.
or OK Ing tn the Imuieino lucceu ol the n
KB Qelatln * Dromldn Inttantaneout Proc <
nd at tha Exctlilor Qnllery , KillU vtrttt , Ooi
ell Qlulft , Iho proiirU'tor Ui'tlrc * Uio < iul hl
' Idri'ii'i I'lcturcttoiall l > et ieithu houn
'to 10 anil 12 o'clock t , in. , aa owluj to the Pr <
ho of Duilnttt inch arungcuu'Ut U n co ury
a\olJ dvlay ,
to W-lm J , DA.RKE , Proprietor
FACTSWORJH KNOWING.
"Good morning , Mr.
Jones. You seem in
good humor this
morning. "
"Yes , I have b.en to
the
BOSTON TEA STOBE ,
aud find naythiug and every
thing I wnm ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
I tell you , I can Suvo Money
now out , ot'mv salary , nnd Live
Pirst-Clnes too. It pnyn to go
there. "
"Where did you eay it wtu- ? "
BOSTON TEA COMF1
FINE GROCERS.
18 Main St. and 15 Pearl St ,
COUNCIL ULiUB'F.-s I A.
( Oasollnr Stove. )
DR. . OT O Iff : E S . ,
IJKALKR IN
STOVES , TIN WARE ,
SHEET IRON WARH.
331 Broadway , - Council BJu2fc , la.
DON'T FA L TO 8KB TUB STOCK Of
W. W , B UGH AH AN
DIAMONDS ,
* U
4.
JEWELFTr
CLOCKS.
REPAIRS A SPEGSALIY.
202 Braaaway , COJNCIL3MIBS ,
TTH.JUDSON
. ,
BUY GOODS
4CS BROADWAY
COUNCIL BLUEFS ,
IOWA.
GQUHGIL BLUFFS.
9BQN WORKS ,
. &if
ENGINES , B01LERS,1 IHINC
AND
OlHco and WkfT.Mntn Street ,
COUNCIL BJ U-F-Fc ? , , IOWA ,
'A'e Kive sp rcliliattuiitlco lo
Mills , Smelting FurnacBS
HOISTEKLS AKD
GENSR&L MILL , 1AOHINEEY
HO'USR FRONTS.
G-ENHR5.L KSPAIR WORE
wlfii lecolvu pronnJ. ui UjaliiiL. A
Brass Goods , Bolting ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
FDimdry , Big Iron , Coke ,
CHAS.UBNDril ,
I'r ' s tiut
MAUREE &
ARTISTIC POlTfcR\
Rici Cut Olosd , Kiuu Frtx.cU Gblua
a. Silver \Vuro &
810 LniUUWiY , KlU.NCI' U'.l'1'Kd , 10.V
Drs. Woodbury & . Son ,
Oor. 1'iatl & l t A i , COt X'II. JIU'FFS
W. S. AMKNT. JACOI1 SVJ
AMENT & . SIMS ,
Attorneys & Uounsellors-at-La1
OOUNCJILi BLUFFS , 1UWA.
KELLEY & M'CRACKEN '
Marble and Granit
North FWh St. , Council
W. W. SHERMAN ,
-MAJiTKAlTTUKn OK-
ROAD , TRACK , COACH & LIVERY
ZBLAJBITNTIE S
Fine Work a Specialty.
K. 11. SHKR.MAN % Buelnuu Manager.
W.I , CliniffTOI'lIKU , MtehanM
124 South Main Street , - COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
My Harness are Manufactured trom > A No.
I Oak ranned Leather.
I Sell My Goods at Bed Rock Prices , Or
ders from abroad receive prompt attention.
BOWMAN , BOHBER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
PURCFASIJJG AGENTS'
AnJ Dealers Iti ajkinds ol I'rcriiKe. I'rnmjit aWcntloii l\cirtOnll conninmi ( > nt :
NOS. 22 , II AND 20 P1ARL ST DGT , COUNCIL DLUPF8 , IOWA.
- VII.L StW'LV ON StIOKT NOTICE -
Cut Flowers , Green hotase ands Vegetable
In their sr.isoi ) . Orders iironipt'y ' filled nml JclhcrcJ to Hxprcra ollicc THae ot rhatRc. Send foi *
Ciitilo uc ,
. . ' . '
C30TCT3STCJ3C3C. ISSX.TTOE'.E'S , - -
-DEALER INv
n a STATINEOT
, -w. . ;
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , IOWA' .
COUNCIL BllUFFS , IOWA ,
Buyen and SMjper ol ( Jrain and Erovisions. .
Orders Bolkitcd in Iowa and Nebraska. llEFBRENCESi - First National
Bank , Siowart liroa. . Cauncil UluPS ; AVilliam P. llarvo } & Cu. , Culver &
Co. , Cliicngo ; E. A. Kent & Co. , St. Louis.
Ml E T C A L. F BROS. ,
- TCTIOLbSALi : DK < UKR8 IN -
Hats , Ca s , Straw G(7 < ds , and Buck
CHICAGO PR-C-J3 DUPLICATED.
. cs CD
Has For 3al , Town Lots , Ttuprovuil .tn l Uniiii ) > itjved , also.Railroad Ijamla , .
and a-numbur ot Well Jmproved ? hriis ) , botU ai Iowa a'.d Nebraski. .
Oflico with W. S. M\YNE , r.ver Savinas 33ank , - COD VOlL. BLUF-P
BIXB-Y & WQOD ,
PlUMrBERS , STEP.M AND OAS FITTERS ,
Gas. Fixtures , Bath Tabs , Marifle Slabs , Brass ,
, Iron and Lsad Pipe , Fittings and
Pumps , Kept in Stack.
No. 7 FourtrxSt. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
WK CAHirVTIlIMjA-SUJBST STOCtOP
BOOISiSflQES ,
Siiip.pers , Etc. ,
Within One Hundredand Ftfty Miles of Council Bluffs.
All Mail ( Mere Promptly Attends ! To and ,
HigMy Appr-eeiated ,
OUJS PEICES ARS VERY LOW.
CaU and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK ,
ihas Begun to , Amve ,
Z. T. LINDSEY & C . ,
412 BROAMAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
And WEST SIDR SQOARE , Ci ABINDA , TOWA.
Special Attention
Is Once More Ooalled to , the Fact that
Rank foremost in tha West in Assortment aud
Prices of
LOTH ING
A. ,
FOR MEN'S , , BOYS' AND QHnJDREN.v3
A.LSO A COMPLETE LINK OF
Furnishing Goods
.
IS. Hats and Caps
Wo are prepared to meet the domwda of the tracln in regard to Latest Styloi
n jd FatteniB. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Oonncotion
RESPECTFULLY ,
M. HELLMAN & CO , ,
2 | 1301-1303 Faraham and 300 to 312 13tk St