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THE BAIL ? BEE.
: COUKGIL BLUFFS.
Tuesday Morning1 , March 14.
SUDSCniPTION HATES :
Jy } Currier , - - - - EOccntiptrwrek.
By Mall , $10 00 per Year.
Office : Room Five , Everett's Block ,
O. E. MAYNK , Wnnvrcr City Circulation.
H. W. TII/TON , City Editor.
Prang's Boater cards nt SeamanV.
Iowa Wyoming Coal handled only by
J. W. Kodcfcr , No. 20 I'enrl St. Flltf
Have you seen that fine display of
Ulster cards nt lltulinell & Ura'.kett'st
The Philharmonic * mot la t evening
at the home of It. W. Tnllcy.
'Only a 1'Wmcr'g Daughter " I *
LooVod for thin city on tlio 21it.
II. A. D'Aroy , representing "Only n
farmer's Daughter , " was in the city yen-
tcrdny arranging for that entertainment.
The bltck on Broadway noon to bo
occupied by Hlacmnn la having its exterior
repainted and its front Iinprmed by Imv-
inff full French plates put in.
" " Young WnntU , tha nlinotpr , who put
.Tolin Swnbfl'n liend in jeopardy lint Sat
urday , ii to have hU examination before
Juatleo Abbott next Friday.
There pccms to hnvi ffcl'cn a lull
mong the disorderlies ninco Iho election.
I Not ono arrcfit was made over 'Sunday ,
II and but three lodgers applied for cola ,
The Hound Tublo which wai to mcot
IhU evening nt Mr * . Howitt's residence
lias boon pottponed ono week on account
of the death of Mm. Montgomery , n sitter
( I of Mrs. Hewitt.
A Inrgo number of letters nml
badly scorched and dampened , arrived nt
the postofDce hero yeMcrday , the mall
matter having parsed through n big blaze
near Chicago. Most of ( ho in til wan oast-
-Mr. WItheroll , nmi "the blue barn"
on Broadway wai badly blckcd by n horco
at the otabio ycstonluy afternoon. One
dido of his I nets wan * nerlouOy smashed ,
and it If feared that hln richt eye is per l'
manently injured ,
The funcrnl of the Into Kclwnnl
Thurbcr will take place to-day at Crouton ,
a special train leaving hero over the 0. ,
B. & Q. at 10 o'clock , bearing the remain * ,
tbo family and a largo number of ayrnpa-
thizing frion J.i.
Everything and everybody wni re b
markably quiet about the ] > ells yeatenUy , in
end a stranger would not liavo noticed Btt
that on election win in progress. There
wore only two ofllcos to ( ill , they being K is
Kchool director * , and no great enthusiasm IBnn
Crcsccnt'Clty ha * qvidoptly taken a S
matrimonial craze , LicejJwjThaYo been
liwucd to Wallace WniKlf-fand Miss Sadie nn
Uunklo ; to 'A. 0. 'Potore'on and Mian yc
leather Thompson , nnd to Denver Hough
and Mlm Alloo Alexander , the last named in
boiog from Mimonrl Valley , nnd all the
others from Orescent City. joi of
Edwin Parker , charged with kidnap. ' oil
ping hia two children , vrho wore in the
custody o' hia wife , aeoma lo have suo- onmi
ceaafully eluded the odlcsrs. They watched mi
for him at the traniifor expecting to catch
kinvwhen ho crossed with the ijlrls , Imt ai
he was sharp enough to chouat a place for 001
crowing sorao three inlleH down the river , OUi
leaving hi * wagon on thli aide , and going ar tn
over in a skiff which wan waiting for him.
Proceeding ! will probably bu commenced
now ' in V . Omaha. , be
The man charged with causing Matt
llyan'n death last January by hitting him fin
on the head wltb a beer mallet la ntlll at $1
large. Coronvr Fuul found hia wljcre-
nboulvhut could not learn hij lumn or $
fjivo a description of thomnn. llo wrote nl
tn the sheriff of Can * county about the nlui
matter in January , and did not receivq an uiPi
answer until the find of this month. Then at
lie wrote again and lias not received any atui
answer to the questions ho naked in thin uiui
second letter. Tlio coroner grumbles , nnd
noems justified in doing HO , nt thtsdllntori' 1
ness of the sheriff at a time when the need $
of prompt action teems BO Impeiative. If
n'l ' the sheriff * were to take life than leli * fr
* uroly , orlminali would have abundant inui
chances to escape. uihi
"Oranky BIU , " who now llei In jail hicc
on a charge of larceny , U something of a in
philoipher and theologt m , and on Sundty inT
when there woa religious services at the JlCJ
jail ha took a hand , Ha had somalliing CJ
to'say ind ho said it. Ill * little apeccli P1at
consisted of n sharp crltlclnu pn the man > at
ncr in which Jull-blrJa woio uao.t by atol
Ohriatlan people on being let out of the
cage , He called attention to the fact that
they were shunned and abhorred huteail fcni
of encouraged by no-oilcd ! Ohriatians , ni
and there wai nothing left for the boj s in
but lo K" buck to th simo haunts of gin 1 >
from which they come , The conductor of 1Si
thu roll < bm pervious luul to admit that 8
there was much truth In whit ' Uranky" P'
said , and that such thin ft ought not to he
thus , et
The ad now * ornoi from Ne w York
City that MM. B. F. Montgomery died an
there Sun lay afternoon , The force of tli
the blow waa somewhat broken by the Ir
warnings which friends here had already IrTl
received that the end drew near , but the CCUI
- driad certainty tint all ia really over UI
caus'ei somewhat of a shock to the largo ill.
circle of frlenda aqd acquaintance ! of the illP'
deceased and fandiy. Hri , Montgomery P'
wai a al t r of Mn , llewett , of this city , In
and by her own residence here for years al
bad gained many fiiend * who will Join in oh
heartfelt synij > athywlth the to upon whom
the blew falls mo e directly. Air , and BC
MN , Montgomery came 11 thU v'ty ' erlgi. int
nally horn LiQroiwe , Win. , in 1803 , and u\
' with tbe exception of a short tlmecpoiU In udc
Silver Cliff , Chi , , havena < e thU c'ty
their homo until a few months ago , "hen
they went to New York to secure medical
treatment. MM. Montgomery bun t\va (
> n by a former marriage , and her other iu
( child , a , little girl , p issed over ihe river before - iuM
fore her , about a jear BgO , M
. . ' /jiouaii / OK HATS. " ib
f , The thing desired found at lait. Ask lit
( Inigght for "Hough on Hats. " It clear
out nt * , mice , roaches , files , bed I tigs ; 1C ing
The Reason * For Not Organis
ing the Now Oity Qov-
The Bonds end Salaries Arranged -
, ranged For the Officers.
The Kxpoctntlon of Finding S
plotod Tronaury. "
There haa boon aomo"clolay'itror-
ganizing the now city government ,
and the officers have not yet boon
sworn in , it being impossible for them
to do BO until the bonds nro paesod
upon by Iho council. The aldermen
hnvo hold informal meetings in con
junction with aomo of the officials ,
and they have run across a mag. In
the opinion of tlio next city solicitor ,
W. S. Mayne , and other attorneys
there is a question whethertho o ]
ordinances are in force after the now
council organizes. If the counci
should organize , and it shall then b
determined that tha ordinances ar
not valid , all of the ordinances woul
n cod bo ropassrd and ropubliahorl
causing a llltlo delay , hut wlmt is o
tnoru mnrnont , can a i tig nn expense t <
the city for printing of from $1,601
to t $2,000. It ocomod advisable , i
possible , to prevent any possible ijuos
tinning of the validity of the ordi
nances , and to prevent any such big
printing bill , and accordingly iho
now mayor , Thomas liowmnn , hurried -
riod oil to DPS Moines to secure some
The proposed rcmrdy , or rather
precaution , is to have the legislature
nt once pass nn nmondinont to the
K [ rcnorai incorporation law to the effect
t Unit nil ordinances shall continue in
force except those which are inconsis
tent . with the new organization. If
this can bo secured it will onnblo the
council to organizes and go * right along
without any such question arising.
II it.cnnnot bo scoured , the council
will tiiko the chances of the question.
IIni such a case the city might notsufTcr
any , but the securing of such a pro
vision would surely prevent any cx-
poimu < or trouble in litigation , nnd the
possibility ' of having to ropass and re
print the ordinances.
The now city government has been
nt n stand ptlll pending the settlement
of the question. In the menntimn nn
ordinance has boon under considera
tion defining the duties , bunds nnd
salaries ot the several ofllcors , and has
bcon pretty well decided upon , though
informally except the question of
salary , which may bo changed n littlo.
By this ordinance the mayor must
iivo bonds in the sum of $3,000. Ho
made the head of the police force ,
mil his Bltfiinturo decorates all war
rants for violations of city ordinances ,
Its duties nro made more numerous
Limn under the old order of things ,
ind his salary is placed at $000 per
The city marshal is to give bonds
the sum of $5,000 , and receive a.
Hilary of $000 yearly. Ho is sub di
jected to a $50 penalty for each breach
duty Ho is given charge of all
3ity proportyf th'o city look-up , hai
tlio collection licenses , is made the
Dflicor of the superior court , and has
numerous other duties.
The city treasurer is to have a
iilory of $500 per year nnd two per
ont. on moneys collected , not to' ex
ceed $1,000 , including the $509 ual-
iry. All above this reverts to the \
The city auditor's salary by this
ordinance i * fixed at $000 , and tlio
bonds nt $3,000. . '
The salary of the city engineer is
fixed nt $1,090 and his bonds at
The city solicitor's salary is fixed at
$000 , and his bonds at $1,200 ,
'I ho Buperintondont of markets is
nlso made spalor of weights and meas
ures , and his bonds fixed as $500.
Provision -made for a penalty to
any ono violating the market ordin
ance , or using false weights or meas
ures ) the fine not exceeding $100.
This ordinance ) fixes the city clerk's
bonds nt $2.000 , and his salary at
The police force is to consist of two
from each ward appointed by the
mayor , and to servo ( luring his pleas
ure. From thesn is to bo chosen by
him a chief of police , who is to receive
coivo $70 n month. Tlio other policemen -
men arc to receive § 00 a month.
There is also to bo a reserved force of
five policemen in ouch ward , to be
called upon when needed , and to bo
ptiid when on duty nt the same rate
regular policemen , *
Tiio Btruot commissioner is to bo
ok'otod by the council , and is to give
$2,000 bunds nud bo paid $3 per day
for time actually employed.
It is proposed to pty the chief engi
neer of the lira clupartmont $25 per &
month , the driver , of the hose curt $50
per < month , the driver of the steamer
$50 per month , the ansistant engineer
$1.UO : ( ) a month , nnd the foreman $50
pur ' year.
The aldermen are to draw $1 for
each meeting of the council , the total
not to exceed $50 pur year
There is much talk and some worry
to the real financial condition of
the city. It is claimed that the
treasury is depleted nnd that provisions -
visions have boon made by the old in
council , whicti will take nil the money
until next full's taxes begin to coino
. Itia tup Intention of the now
council to''investigate closely , and
prepare A full.statometit of the city's
financoa , BO that the public may be
informed of the exact condition of
affiiira , and the 'rumors will have no
ohnnoo to play. in
If the desired legislation can bo
secured , at once there will bo a moot-
( of the council fur organization this
oviiiiing If not , a somewhat further
delay will follow.
Those desirjng to see a livelier coin-
petition in telegraphy have boon anxious -
ious to have the Mutual Union tele
graph company push ita lines into and
through this ntato. The company
iUolf stands ready to thus extend its
lines , and wpuld gladly do thifl.ufford.
additional facilities to the people ,
for the lack in legislation . , The the
* * * * * * -i IV
company says that as soon as su
islation can bo secured , by which cor
tnm well defined rights can bo obtained
tainod as against the present crinbina
tion between the WesUrn Union am
difTorent railroad compatiios , it wil
construct lines. A bill aimed in
this direction has been intro
duced by Senator Graves , one
is now pending btforo the
ways and means committee of th
state senate. It is being opposed bj
various interests , and by these who
for I ( elfish purposes , dcsiro to bar ou
opposition. ' Just and fair privilc ei
should bo granted to any company
which desires to enter the field anc
will give the people the bent-fit of a
free and full competition. The pub
lie have many grievances in this stain
and particularly in this city , nnc
about the only way lo got then
runted is by forcing the managers bj
legislative action , Sovcr.il move
have been made in this direction , bu
they hnvo been aimed at spccili
KriovanccH rather than at the whol
subject. If a measure can bo pushoc
through , opening the field to
free and fair competition , man.
of these lecsnr evils and local Ririov
ancefi will bo righted. It is tirno thai
legislators listened rather to the demands
mands of the people than In ( ho demands
mands of corporation' , nnd that the
rights nnd iiitvrcshJ of the public bo
made paranipunt. If the Mutua
Union oonipany desires to cntor the
fiolJ it shall bo given at least nn
equal show with other companios. nol
only ns n matter of justice to the com
pany , but M n matter of justice to the
people , who nro entitled to nil the fa
cilities they can secure.
Tt/E BABY TttAMP.
Uo la Again Traveling nnd is Cap
Willie Lovrifl , known ns ' * the baby
tramp , " ia heard from ngain. Aboul
n month ngo ho was in this city , anc
wns cared for at the police hcndquar
lers , where ho attracted much atton-
ion on occount of his ngo , being only
six years , ' and on nccount of the ex-
) orionco which ho had gained by
ravel. Ho had relatives hero nnd n
grandmother in Omaha , nnd nfter
gnmo search they were found , and the
mouthful wanderer committed to their
As nothing has. been hoard of
lim since , it was supposed by the
nuthoritieu that ho had settled
down to n quiet homo life , but this
lelusion wai yesterday dispelled by
.ho receipt of n telegram from Central
Dity , Colorado , stating that "tho
mby tramp" was there , and askinp
what could bo done with him. To
hat puzzling question no answer
could bo given , as it was long ago
liven up ns an unanswerable conun-
Irtim hero. Tlio little follow is
> rnmd to travel , nnd his ngo nnd np-
nront innocence tnako him wclcomo
rhoro elder tramps would bo ojcoted.
The Iowa lioaialatnro
pcclftl to TUB DKS.
DEsMoiNES , Tn. , March 13. The
onnto to-day passed the bill rcquir-
ng railroad commissioners to settle
isagreomonts botwaon railroad com- ,
lanios about track-crossings.
The congressional district bill oc
cupied most of the day and passed as
follows : First district , Lue , Van
Durcn , JefTorson. Henry , DesMoincs :
Second 'district , Muacntino , Scott ,
Godar , Olinton , Jones , Jackson ; Third
district : , Dtibuquo , Delaware , Buchnn-
i\n , Blackhnwk , Bromor , Butler ,
Orundy ; Fourth district , Clayton ,
Fnyotto , Ghickaiaw , , Fioyd , Mitchell ,
Howard , Winncshiok , Allamakee ;
Fifth district , Marshall , Tnmn , Ben-
Ion , Linn , Iowa , Johnson ; Sixth dis
trict , Jasper , Powcshiok , Mahaska ,
Keokuk , Monroe , Wnpollo , Da via ;
Sovcnth district , Audubon , Guthrie ,
Dallas , Polk , Adair , Madison , Warren -
ron , Marion ; Eighth district ,
Adams , Union , Olitrko , Luc.is , Tay
lor , Ringgold , Daciturf Wayne , Ap-
panooso ; Ninth district , Monnna ,
Crawford , Harrison , Shelby , Polta-
wattamio , Cass , Mills , Montgomery , ai
Tromont ; Tenth district , Winnobigo , B
Worth , Hancock , Cerro Qordo , Hum-
boldt , Wright , Franklin , Webster ,
Hamilton , ILudin , Boone , Story ;
Eleventh district , Lyon , Osooola ,
Dickinson , Emmntt , Kossuth , Sioux ,
O'Brien , Clay , Palo Alto , Plymouth ,
Cherokee , Buonn Vista , Pocahontns ,
Woodbury , Ida , Sao , Calhoun , Car
roll , Grcono.
The housu has nn entirely different
bill , nnd there will bo a strong con
test or disagreement.
The bill to resume the Sioux City
St. Paul railroad land grant passed
both houses ,
lOWAir&MS. ' '
The legislature will adjourn next :
Brussels carpet swindlers are prowl
ing around. ti
Atlantic is to have n canning factory tiA
The hue ball season has opsnod up
The Irishmen of Orostou are organ
izing a land league.
The Sioux City button works has I
commenced carving bone.
The people of LoMars nro asked to
void $0,000 in school bonds. .
Newton has voted to isauo $10,000
city bonds fop water works ,
Mount Pleasant elected n prohibi \ V
tion mayor and a llconsu council.
Glen wood has two new hotels to
greet the stranger within her gates.
The telephone company have se
cured over forty subscribers in Ores- l II
The state convention of the land
Irni-uo will bo hold nt Dubuque on the
Tlio ijoldon wedding of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Soars , ofDunlap , was a J.
There wore twenty-six real estate
transfers in Oacoola county in January
and seventeen in February , Siuco /
lat of Jamwry , J881 , 131,000
acres hnvo been transferred. It is es
timated thftt there nro 225,000 ncrcs
of land in the county.
A term cf the circuit court costs
Potlnwnttamio county nn nverago of
The Louisa Oounly Soldiers' asso
ciation will hold n reunion nt Wnpello
the 3,1 of October.
The Dnbuquo Linneod Oil company
shipped five car lends of oil cake to
Englnnd last week.
Among the improvements projected
for Cherokee this season is n brick
block to cost $20,000.
Mnlvern will have ft packing house1) )
providing her citizens will subscribe
$10,000 to assist in establishing ono.
Sanborn is desirous .of becoming
the county-scat of O'Brien county ,
and will make an effort lo secure the
Odobolt has nn organization called
the Comrade Bund , designed to pro
tect total abstinence from liquor nnd
The court house nt Guthrie Center
burned ono nicht last week. The loss
was $20,000 ; insurance $15,000 The
records were saved.
The familv cf Mrs. Louisat Aver
consisting of herself and two dnugh <
tors , narrowly escaped death frotr
suflfocation by coal-qua , n few nighta
Every member of Company K , Sev
enteenth Iowa Infantry , is requested
tn Bond his address to A. W. Richards ,
Indinnola , Iowa , and thereby confer n
Cedar Falls is to linyo n paper mill
in operation within n few weeks. II
will manufacture straw paper only ,
nnd will have n capacity tor from
three to five tons a day.
A span of iron cr.ay marcs was stolen
from Columbus Junction on the night
of March 6th Their weight was from
1,250 to 1,300 pounds. There wns
nlso stolen a light throo-spring w.igon ,
n set of double harness , nnd n buthilo
robp marked J. V. McCailey. A re
ward of $100 is offered for the return
of the propei ty nnd the capture of the
The United States internal revenue
collections in the Fifth district of
Iowa for the month of Februnry,1882 ,
were ns follows : Tobacco and cigar
stamps , $3,550.10 ; bi > er nt-imps , $2-
008 70 ; spirit stamps , § 71,804.30 ; col
lections on lints , $1,555 70 ; sppcial
: stamps , $470.81 ; totnl,870,44.CO. !
The total collections from July 1 ,
1881 , to February 20 , 1882 , were
Mrs. R. S. Hubbnrd Assaulted and
Hobbodin Front of Her
Mrs. R. a. Hubbnrd , wife of one
of the editoro of The Nonpareil , wao i
cnockod down and robbed in Stuta-
nan ntrcet within a few foot of her
own homo about 8 o'clock to-night. A
3ho had been shopping and wns doubt- PC
ess followed by some onu who struck
icr in the back of the head with a erG
jrick' , inflicting a serious wound. Shu G
ay ia the street until found by A. J.
EEump. Her purse was taken ; it con-1
nined $25. She was speedily re
stored to consciousness and no frac- 0
uro was discovered. No trace of the
robber cnn bo four d.
School Directors Chosen The Vote *
on the Several Propoaltion8.CC ; ?
The school election resulted in the
election of Ed Mott nnd W. S. Potti-
bono as directors , the vote 'being ' ,
Mott , 530 ; Pettibono 409 ; L.V. .
Tulleys , 308 ; Dr. John Green , 340 ;
N. P Dudgo , 107.
The several propositions submitted
were carried by the following majori
For appropriating $2,500 for addi
tion lo the Stutsiniiii street school ,
150 majority. G
For appropriating ? 3,000 for a now
school housu ia the southwest part of
the city , 02 majority.
For expending $3,000 for repair
and nnlurgomentr of the Washington
street Bchonl , 1 majority.
For $3,000 for Apparatus and school
furniture , 117 majority. < u
A Genuine Nowepnpor.
DCS Molnus .Mall Car.
TUB OMAHA DAILY BEK has ostnb-
lisht'd n morning edition in Council
Blufl's. As a genuine .NEWS paper ,
Tin : HEB has no superior between
Chicugo nnd Denver.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL Mil
NOTIOK , Special ( Ul crtl6craent , i Bi
XMt , Found , To Ixxm , For Sale , To Unit ,
Vftiitu , HoarJIn , etc. , will bo liiBCrtiil In till *
column at the low rate ot TUN GKNTfl ITII
UNI ! for the flrst InBortlon and I'lVi : L'KNTt-
'Kll 1 LINK for each iiiliscqucnt Intcrtlnn Fo
-cavoiulvcrtlsenicnta at our olllcc , lloom C ,
\erttt' Hlo < .k ,
, First-class barber Inmitdittcly ;
hljli bt warcn paid. JJ , OooJ , ij I'u&rl
treot , Uoun llllluff * . U
IANTKD To buy ) iou and lot on monthly
| j incuts. Add res i X , Uco olHco.
- who will take li'a ' pay
WANTKD-Carpcntor . to build Uo
moll catties. AdJr M , 0. , wo c fllcj ,
FOIt KENT-Nice front office , upUlm. . Kn.
iulra | at Uco olllca , Council Illufla. mirlS-U
ANTKD.-UIrl for ireneral houro work.
App'y ' at 117 Yl" rc t. w&rlOtf
AKTKD To rent imill cottngo at once.
' . , or enquire t Han office.
\\/AN1Kli To rent-A ten room houna In
\ noing xxl neiirhborhooil or two imtller
louses eiilo ( , / vde | Aildresa I' , O , llox 707 ,
Council Illufft. or applp at.IlKKOtBce. Council
Huffs. 4Mf (
- In Council Illudt lo IV
WANTED-ExrjboJy cent" per \icck.de
ereJ by carrlera. OlUt-e. Itooui 6 , K\trctt'
OCK , Broad ay.
WANTKI ) To buy ICX ) toni broom corn.
Tor particular * address Council BluHt
Broom Factor ) , Council BluB , Iowa. e68-iitl )
Foil BALK Old paper ) 40o per hundred , ul
The lleo office. Council Illufln. ia27-tt
rflOBIlICK.MAKEn8.F01iaAI.B-5 acre * or
. laorejof land adjo'nlng the brlck-jard of
lJ"in r & Ilalnei * on Upper Uroa-lway. For r.
articular * apply to David llaluca or ( i UanoerV
ttlce at the Boira of Trade ronm. Council Blua
V/irANTEI ) Boy , with pop > % to carry MJ At
IV Inquire At ttaa pQlco. Council lijuni ,
octlS U ' "
- . i , in " ,
FACTS WORTH KNOWING
"Good morning , Mr
Jones , You seem in
good humor" thir
"Yes , I have been to
BOSTON | TEA STORE
and find anything and every
thing I want ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
I tell you , I can Save Money
now out of mv salary , and Live
First-Glass , too. It pays to go
"Where did you say it was ? '
BOSTOfi TEA OOMPT
! B Main St. ami 15 Pearl Sfc
COUNCIL BLUPF8. I A.
Road , Track , Conch & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
K. II. HIIEHMAN , ] ] u > 1ncn Manager.
\UI. OillllSTOPIICH , Mochinlcnl Mncngcr.
_ 124S. _ Mnln St. , Council BlufTa , Ia.
IN THE CITY.
Wo keoi ) everything you want
1C First Chssjlioioe. . Clean
t will pay' you to look our es-
tab ishment through-i Every-
tbiug told for Gash , and at the
peiy dosest margins. We have
line of lOo
CANNED GOODS ,
A.nd we also sell the finest Im
ported Goods , Eastern find West-
am Goods put up All Canned
3oods < rtduced 10per cent.
Send for our Prices ,
! triot attention paid to Mail
firdeM : ,
Agents for Washburn's Super
lative Flour ,
F , J , OSBOME & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
GffiNER AL MACHINERY
OUlco and Works , Main Street ,
DOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo ghe special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelling Fu'rnacos ,
JENEHAL MILL MACHINERY ,
3ENBRA.L : REPAIR WORK
toiohu prompt attention. A general as
3rass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Ooal ,
OHAS , HfNDBIl' , .
J. M. PALMKli ,
AN D LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. k tf
MAURER & CRAIG , kV
ARTISTIC POTTERY , ki
Rich Out Glass , Fine French China ,
Silver Wuro &o. ,
liROiDWAT , COUNCIL I1LUFFS , IOWA. i
KELLEY & M'CRAGKEN ,
Vlarble and Granite ,
North Fifth St. , Council Dluff'
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
Cor , Pearl & lit Avo. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
8. AMENT. JACOB SIMS ,
AMENT & SIMS ,
Lttorneys & Oounsollors-at-Law ,
POUNOIL 33LUFFB. IOWA ,
EW at ' III
DARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSK
Broadway , Cor , Fourth St. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Jniokering , Weber. Llndeinan , J. Mueller
IP and other Piauos , $200 and tipward.
Burdett , Western Cottage/ / ; Tabor and
Paloubet Organs , $5O and upward. Musi
cal Merchandise of every diecription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Sheet-Music , I'OVB ,
Games , Fancy Geode , Wholesale and Re TJ
tail. Pianos and Organs eold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is largo , full and com-
pleto. Musical Journal Jreo on applica S
tion. Correspondence Solicited.
O J. MUELLER , I
103 South 5th Street. a
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOWMAN , ROHREB & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
And Dealers In all klnda ol Produce Prompt attention KUcn to all cons'gnmonts.
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL DLUFF8 , IOWA.
- WILL SUPPLY ON SHORT NOT1UK -
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
In their season. Orders promptly nilc.il and Catalogue icllonil ) , to Kxprcea office fno ol charge. S nd fo
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
M E T O A L F BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE DKAuEUS IV -
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED ,
3aB For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , nlso , Railroad Lands ,
end a number ot Well Improved Parma , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bunlc , - COU MOILi BLUP
The New Styles for 1882. *
Largest Stock in Western Iowa.
11 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
WE CAHHY T1IE LAUdEST ST OCK OF KINK
BOOTS ! SHOES ,
Slippers , Etc. ,
Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles of Council Bluffs *
All Mail Orders Promptly Attended To and ;
Highly Appreciated ,
OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW ,
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive ,
Z. T. 'LINBSEY ' & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLARINDA IOWA , : '
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