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THK DAILV BEE
Saturday Morning , March 25
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - 20ccntipcrwwk
By Mall , - - - - - - - $10 00 per Year
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Noa
C , K. MAYNE , Manner City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
THE BEE'S NEW HIVE.
THE BEE has made another move to :
the better and has taken posse oloti of thi
dices at No. 7 Pearl street , near Broadway
lately occupletUiy .Taints L Aylesworth
These offices are conveniently located anc
rq beinc fitted nrd fiirnlihod In n manner
which will moke th-m asattrsctivo M any
nthlichy. Tlie friend * and int-oniof
THB BRK wilt at all times fi il n we'como
or them In ltd new Lome , and nil are In-
All ; OS MENTIONS.
There are now fourteen pti o erIn
Prang's Kaster cards at Seaman's.
A new floor Is being laid in tlie hall of
Tin Presbyterians had a social at Df ,
Macroe's residence lwt evening.
ThQ Baptist * nbd jrethodlit * each had
social gatherings Thursday evening last.
Tha city's supply of unbroken Btono
hu been all used up , and hince tlie pris
oners find themselves with idle hunds.
A number of prairie nchooncm en.
livened the appearance of Broadway yes
Have you seen that flue display of
Easter ranis ut BuBhnell & Brackett'i ?
Pay Templeton' * opera company
yromNc to present "Pinaforo1 this after-
Boon an 1 "Mucotte" in the evening.
Pi Per in lesion to wed was yesterday
givm to Clinton M. Smith and Mury E.
Dvi both of Avoca.
The public schools have concluded
. their examinations , and closed the term
yesterday for one week's vacation.
1 Reserved seats for the entertainment
to i c given by Miss Gibson and o'hera at
1 Dohtny' * opera house next Thursday eve-
nlng will be for sate at Bushncll & Brack-
elt's Tuesday morning ,
1 - Officer Cuslck yesterday arrested
Micky If owe , and booked him as a vagrant.
It Is claimed that Howe was with ' 'Dutch
Bill" In the job of relieving a man named
Cary of about $80 In cash.
. The funeral sTvicos of W. J. Phillips ,
who was killed while coupling caw Thnra-
da- afternoon , are to bo held a' the family
residence on Pierce Htreet next Sunday
afternoon at 2 a'olock. .
The entertainment to be given in Do-
hany's opera house Thursday , March 30th
conrfita of readings by Miss Clara L. Gib
son , of Chioigo , music , "tableau vivantes , "
the celebrated fan drill and the exhibition
of Polhrd's "Decorative Sisters. "
The negro , Bolts , who isclurgtd with
bein ; the chief participant In the Keg
Creek assault and robbery , wai io have
had his examination yesterday , I ut a con
tinuance was 'had nntil next Thursday vf-
The stars und &M , es yesterday up
pearoi from the hall of the Grand Army
of the Republic draped In black , In recog
nition of the fact that the Lincoln post haa
lost a valuable member by the sudden
death of W. J. Phillip.
The prisoners at the jail objected late
ly to having potatoes with the skint on ,
and when they were brought in for dinner
commenced playing with "the Murphies. "
The sheriff let th-m do without potatoes
for a etk , and , no * the boys take the
food ai It cornea to them.
Unitarian Church ServicnH. Hev.\V _ ,
E. Copland , of Omaha , will begini to
morrow afternoon a course of lectures , on
the ancient religions , the subject of the
first lecture being , "Zoroaster , and the
Religion of Ancient Pernla. " Services be
gin at 3 o'clock p. m. in the K-jIghta of
PythLa Hall , on Pearl street.
The ld councllJtLjt before Its death
set on foot eomi in i obligations regarding
the practicability of lighting tills city with
electricity. It IB lo be hoped that the
matter will not be allowed lo drop with
the ringing in of tht now and ringing out
ot the old , but that the bottom facts may
be gained from cities from where such
lights have been in one.
Auolhor Important improvement is to
be made In the jail. The two door * lead
ing into the cell room are to be pul fur
e ough apart BO tint the outside one can
be opened , and the keeper can step into an
ante-room and lock the door before open
ing the second. This will prevent any
possible chance for tlie priaouem to make
a break for liberty wtiilo the door is
Yeiterd ly forenoon a young in in was
found at ( he Iraiufer in a state apparently
oHnsanltr. He wpa brought to jail , nid |
an examination of his case ludicat d that
he was aufleriag from n prolonged debauch.
He was placed under treatment and It in
thought will soon bo restored. He guvo
his name ns Robert Kywan , and claimed
Cincinnati a * his home , where his mother
. keeps a hotel. He was on route fur Bull
The man Whiting , oue of the Iwo who
broke away from the calaboose , WAI re'
captured yesterday by Officer Barhyte ,
He pleaded guilty to drunkenness , and
was set t wi > rk on the city's stone pile.
'Dtich BUI , " his comrade in the Jail
brcaklwa captured yesterday afternoon
by Officers Ousla and Brooks , They had
a lively run after him , and chased him
In o a bakery , tha proprietor of which ,
thinking there was a big row In progrem ,
drew a big knife and halted the officers
until Brook * drew a revolver , told him
that they were after a prlioner , and made
him drop the weapon.
PERSONAL , .
T , , M. Marshall , of Green Bay , arrived
yesterday at the Ogden ,
M. Lester , of } hli clfy , U reported as
lying dangerously ill at Mickernon , Neb.
HIs wife li comflned to her bed at h r
home in this city , and Is therefore unable
to go to him. .
-aiiiiitrt .jivr-iffi-- ' *
BUMPS ANB BRUISES.
Wreck of a Conetruotlon Train on
the Rock Island Near Hero.
Yoatorday afternoon the construc
tion train on the Kock Island road
working between Weston and here
was badly wrecked about three miles
east of this city. The engine waa
backing and pulling seven ' flat cars
and a caboose and running fifteen
miles an hour , when m turning a
curre , the rear truck of the curve , for
some caUHO not known but supposed
to bo an obstruction on the Irack ,
jumped the rail. The online follow
ed and the flat cars telescoped , piling
one upon another and together with
the caboose the whole train was laid
an ulter wreck on the north aide of
the track. The engineer , J. W.
Shields , of this city , together with the
fireman ) Qeorgo Bncon , jumped aa the
engine loft the trnck. The latter was
thrown agninst a fence and was
knocked senseless , but was found to
have sustained no serious injuries ,
though ho had an ugly cut in his sido.
Tbo engineer wont through the cab
window and escaped with bruises on
the hand and leg. Conductor Keat
ing , of Stuart , received sonic bruises ,
both knee caps being badly scraped.
The only ono seriously hurt wns a
brakeman , a young man named Hess-
er , who waa hurt about the thigh ,
and received seine other injuries ,
) ut no .bones wore broken. It la
thought ho is not dangerously hurt.
So was taken to his homo in Woston.
A wrecking train was sent from this
city and the work of clearing the track
was found to bo a diflicult ono. The
lat cars and caboose were badly
smashed , but the engine , though
dumped and covered with debris , lost
only iti headlight , stack and arch.
? ho men , with the exception of lies-
Dior'woro able to bo up and about , in
pito of their bumps and bruisca.
BROKE 'J All. .
All tbo Prisoners In the Calaboose
Eecapo Last Evening.
While the police were all away from
.ho station at auppor time last evening
another" jail delivery waa effected.
Cho prisoners kicked open the cala-
IOODO door and crawled out the win-
don of the oflico. Five thua escaped ,
ncluding "Dutch Bill" and Micky
lawk , both of whom were locked up
or vagrancy , but who are wanted for
robbing a man of $80. The three
other prisoners were recaptured , but
hose two are still at large. "Dutch
Jill" wa < ) among those who escaped in
ike manner two days ago and waa
only recaptured yesterday afternoon
and now ho escapes for a second time.
CLOSED ITS LABORS.
The Supreme Court Adjourns Sine
Dio-B. W. Hlght Appointed
The supreme court closed its labors
lero yesterday , and the following de
cisions were rendered :
Miles vs. Miles , appellant , Shelby
county. Affirmed on motion.
Brandt vs. Flummor , appellant ,
'ottawattamio county. Aflirmod on
Madison & Parish , appellants , vs.
Jroson & Bennett , Crawford county.
dotion to affirm suatainod.
Phoenix iinuranco company vs.
riijdloy , appellant , Fremont county.
tlotion for leave to submit caau with
out argument overruled.
JfosowanRor , appellant , vo. Hawk-
qyo Insurance company. Aflirmod on
Smith vs. Hiokonbottom , appellant' ,
Joffernon county. Aflirmod.
Hundhenk vs. Central Iowa Railway -
way company , appellant , Marshall
Hiokenbottom vs. 0. , B. & Q. R.
\ . Co. , Jefferson county. Aflirmod.
Lawrence vs. Smith , appellant ,
? owoshiok county. Reversed.
Webb vs. Holt & Gorman Savings
bank , nppollant , Scott county. Aflirm
od , Rathrook dissenting.
Decatur county vs. Bright , appol-
ixiit ; reversed.
Stafford vs. city of Onknbosn , np
nollaut , Mohnska county ; rovoraod.
Stnto vs. Weaver , uppolliuit , Green
county ; reversed.
Stnto vs. Eiholmnn , appellant , lion-
ry county ; affirmed.
Motto vs. Willolt , appellant , Win-
loshick county. ' If pluinlill will 10-
nit thu excess ns stntod in the opin-
on , the judgment will bo iiflirinod ; if
lot , to bo reversed.
Bradshaw , appellant , vs. Hurst ,
Joflbrson county. Allirmod.
IIou'oii vs. Amoiiean Insurance
company , appellant , Dubuque county.
[ loversod ,
B. W , Ilight was appoiutodsupromo
court reporter in place of lion. John
S Runnel * , resigned. The court , on
making the announcement , stated as
"It is doomed proper to say that
other gentleman who were applicants
'or the place had among the members
of the court strong and earnest sup.
porters , who reluctantly yielded their
preferences and united In making Mr.
Right the unanimous choice of the
court , because they believe ho can
uid will perform acceptable the duties
incumbent upon him. "
The court then adjourned nine die.
It ia next to hold in Davenport week
after next *
The appointment of Oapt. Hight to
the position of court reporter calls
forth congratulations on the part of
kis friends. The duties of the posi
tion are to superintend the publication
of the opinions , and to write the syl
labi. The salary ia $2,000 per y eat
and the duties will not interfere with
Ilia keeping his residence here.
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A QIDDY HUSBAND.
Ha Deserts Uls Paramour and Starts
Out for n Mew Llfo ,
A short time ago there was a lively
row among some men and women liv
ing in dug-outs in the eastern part ol
the city , The police arrested two ol
the men and the women with whom
they were living , atid on trying the
cases the men were sentenced to jail ,
not being able to pay ttu'ir fines , and
the women were allowed logo back to
their holes in the sides of the bluff.
1 ho row and the arrests following it
have caused a revelation to bo made
concerning the lifo of one of the par
ticipants , a young man , named
Adams. It has cotno to light
that not long ago ho was in
far difforotit circumstances. lie was
leading a h ppy landlord's life at At
lantic , whore ho waa running a hotel
belonging to his brother , IIo had an
excellent wife and ono sweet child ,
Hiid waa prospering in all his ways ,
making money rapidly , and having a
comfortable homo and many friends.
IIo became infatuated with a young
woman of rather prnpossossiny appear
ance , but of easy virtue , and his
brother , suspecting that all waa not
richt , took occasion to warn him and
admonish him. The next day the
young man disappeared together with
Iho woman who had stolen away his
love for his wife and child. No tidings
came from him for some time , but at
last there was a report that ho was in
the city. Search was m&do for him ,
but in vain , and the worthy woman
whom ho had wedded and deserted ,
becoming satisfied that ho was not
going to return to her , commenced
notion for a divorce. A week ago the
friends noticed in Tm : BEB an ac
count of his arrest hero , and his
brother being informed , came to this
city , and yesterday visited tlio young
man in jail. The brother said that
the wife would not receive her re
creant husband again under any cir
cumstances , and ho would not urge
lior to do no , as ho had
acted so despicably towards her.
Ho was willing to help his brother ,
to lead a now life , and ho paid the
pouncf inan'a fine and secured for him
Ilia liberty. The prodigal expressed a
rather repentant ocsiro to try and re
deem himself , and consented to return
to Atlantic with his brother. In the
meantime the woman with whom ho
eloped is quartered in the side of a
bluff , waiting for him to servo out his
; orm in jail. She will dbubtlcsa bo
surprised to learn that ho has con
cluded io leave her , and will now have
to shift for herself 'an best she
can. When they started off togothtr
m their guilty career they had money ,
ino clothes and a bright prospect bf
much giddy pleasure. Now they are
reduced to poverty , without money ,
with few friends , with > rags for their
lakodness , ono has left the dirty dug
out to return chagrined to his friends
and the other has but a road of death
apparently open for her.
In the Tolls of tbo Law.
Yesterday morning the case of the
State vs. Laura Sheldon and Louis
Bashaw waa brought before Justice
Framoy , they being charged with con
spiracy. The complaining witness
waa A. Bernstein , who claims that ho
sold furniture and other property to
Laura Sheldon , and that she and Ba'-
shaw had tried to defraud him of his
pay. The defendants took a change
of venue , and the cases were sent to
Justice Abbott. Tlip prosecution ,
represented' by Attorney Holmes ,
asked for a continuance , and this was
opposed by Attorney Lindt , for the
defense. The matter was sharply ar
gued , and there nero seine rod hot
passages at tongue's length , and
when Justice Abbott decided thai
the prosecution was entitled to no con
tinuance , Holmes expressed himself
as outraged in feeling , and charged
the court with ignorance of the law.
Ho declined to go on v > ith the cases
claiming ho waa not ready , and the
defendants were discharged. Holmoa
started at once for Frainoy's court ,
with the intention of filing a now in
formation and beginning the cases
afresh , with the threat that ho would
keep it up oven if the cases camoagain
to Justice Abbott and were again dis
missed , andjulso a subpiuna for Justice
Abbott as a witness. The defendants
appeared and took a chai go of venue.
In apito * bf the recent decision of
Judge Ayleaworth , Justice Frainey
bkipped Juatico Abbott on the ground
of hia being n witness , und sent thu
eases to Justice Biird. It now re-
niiina ( o bu seuii u hut position Justice
Diurd will Uko on the rule concerning
uhungea of veiiuti If hi ) follows Judge
AyhiBwortli'u ' ckeinion ho will send thu
c.isua IMOIC to Jiislico Fr.iiiioy , Thoio
H mualo in the air.
A Presbyterian church , \vitli twon-
ty-throu members , has been organized
ut Moridcn , Cherokee county.
The citizens of Oud.ir Rnpids have
presented C. W. Katon , ox-chiof en
gineer of the fire department , with a
jold watch , chain and charm.
Clias. Eugholm was found dead in
an out-house in Dos Moiues last Blon-
iay night. Ho was known to have
boon under the influence of liquor for
Dos Moines feels sorely disappointed
because the legislature rejected two
of its measures ono proposing to fix
the location of the supreme court , and ,
the other appropriating $33.090 for
the permanent location of the state
fair in that city.
The prospects are that Dubuque
will soon have a gold pen factory.
Mr. Haskins , whoso factory at Fair-
bault , Minn. , waa recently destroyed
by fire , haa boon in Dubuque for the
purpose of making arrangements for
starting a factory m that city.
Lee Chapman , reporter in the house
of represoiitativea for a Dos Moines
during the recent session of th *
Eapor ; , was presented last week
with an elegant watch and chain by a
number of representatives , in acknowl
edgement of the excellent sorviooi he
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had rendered during the session as a
faithful and correct reporter.
"Sarah Webb , a wealthy spinster of
Nuw York city , by will gives 810-
000 to Griswold college , and $30XX (
for tho'establishment of an Episcopal
female seminar in Iowa.
The burglar who wont througl
house at Cednr Rapids last week , tak
ing jewels valued at $350 while the
occupants were at the opera house ,
was arrested at Dixon , 111. , and will
bo returned to the scene of his ex <
The citizens of Oceola , in a public
meeting have resolved "that wo here
by tender the state of Iowa ten acres
of choice land in the vicinity of Oco-
oh , for the erection and maintenance
of ft state normal school at Oceola ,
Iowa , "
Dr. A. G ) tschalk , of West Union ,
was convicted on the 20th inst. in the
Winncshiek county district court , of
killing his wife at West Union on Feb
ruary 8 , 1880. The jury was out
four houri , and returned a verdict of
Rev. W. L. Bray , in a sermon on
the moral conditions of Clinton , gives
the following utatistics : "There are
in Clinton 3,300 youth of schbol ago ,
and only 1,900 in the day schools ,
public and private , There are only
1,342 in the Sunday-schools. There
are only 2 , COO church-goes in this
city of 10,000 inhabitants. Wo have
oloTon churches and sixty-ono lamp
posts ono saloon for nearly every
lamp-post in the city.
On the 20th inst. the first train on
the Dos Moinca and Narrow Gauge
railway wont over the new bridge over
Middle river near Lathrop. When
fairly on the structure it gave way ,
precipitating the engine , two flat cars
und the caboose into the river. No
ono waa killed , but the fireman and
engineer were seriously , and four oth
ers slightly injured.
The DCS Moines Register says that
durinu. th'o recent diphtheritic fpi
demio in Dunnison , throe children of
a Mr. Hable died of the dread disease
and wore buried side by side. The
remains have since been 'taken up for
Iho purpose of removing them to an
other portion of the cemetery , aitd in
making the removal it was discovered
that one of the children had been bur
ied alivo. It had turned over on its
Face , thrown its little arms over its
ticaa , and torn the hair from its scalp.
The Chicago & Northwestern rail
way co.npany contemplates building a
branch leaving the Algona line fifteen
miles north of Algona , running west
through the north tier of Iowa coun-
; ioa midway between the southern
Minnesota and Black Hills lines of
the Milwaukee & St. Paul. A party
ef engineers , reported west of Spirit
Jake , are supposed to bo running a
iuo for this new branch of the North
A scholar in a Catholic school at Le
Vlars was stricken with varioloid ono
lay last week , and SiaterPaulina ,
ridding good bye to her white-
capped associates , went with the
child to a secluded residence ,
and remained there with the
sick child until his recovery was as
sured. Such disinterested kindness
will moot with its juat reward , if not
nowbt least heroatter. The nobility
and quiet heroism of these heroic and
unselfish women are being constantly
proved , and whether they shall be
mints in the next world or not , the
most of them are certainly saints in
this. Creaton Gazette.
Sunday afternoon Samuel Atkins
stood talking to some men near the
Chicago , Milwaukee & 8 b ; Paul round
house. At the same time Norman
Qadboia , near by , was examining a
revolver that he had taken from hia
Father's desk. He' noticed that one
of the cartrigea had boon struck by
the hammer , and ao concluded that it
was no good or had been shot off ,
Like the ordinary "nojgood" cartridge
of the "wasn't loaded" revolver it was
only waiting to got a man at the busi
ness end of it , when it went off as
easy as lying. Samuel Atkins' nose
happened to bo just in range , so the
skittish bullet penetrated the same
just below life eyes and got lost. Dr.
Kinney run hia probe in three inches ,
but the bullet could not be found.
Ho thinks it ia probably lodged on
the roof of the mouth and will event
ually become dislodged and go down
his throat. The bullet is a No. 22
and made an ugly , but not nocosbarily
dangerous wound. [ Cedar Rapids Re
The pctitloiiH for the pardon of Mason
who attempted to choot Guite&u , have re
ceived about a thousand signer * In this
city , and were forwarded last night.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTlGK.-Spiiclal adv ortlsemcnta , uu
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sato , 'lo Item'
\VanU , Hoarding , cc , , will be Inverted In thli
column nt the low rate of TEN CKNTS 1'ti
LINK for tlio nrst Insertion and WE C'ENtf-
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Ucavc odv crtUunciita nt our olllce , Itooin li ,
l\orctl. ) ' Illoik , 11 road ay.
. L \\oiilil ricommcmi Joe b'amlel us thu liu t
M lianilln tliccltvit totting out trees. Ho
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other ( In lo tninoii hand , Uc
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'A. D. I'ACKAHD ,
mtO-7t We ton , Iowa
WANTKD To buy lioueouml lot on monthly
TOJuuntB , Addrosi X , liio otllce.
marl ! tf. '
"Y\7"ANTED-Carp nter who will Uko h's ' pay
YY I" monthly Installment * , to build two
iwiall cottages , Atldro 9 U. 0. , Bee clllca.
IT10U IlENT-Nlce front office , up stairs , Eu.
_ L' quire at Die otflco , Council Bluffs. iuarl3 tf
, Olrl for general lioueo work ,
WANTED tt 117 Vine mreet. marlOtl
[ /"ANTED To rent a emill cottaR at mice.
> AJJrtm 0. M , or ciquire , at DKK otllce ,
To rent A ten room IIOUBO In
WANTED ( rooj neighborhood or two emiller
housei tide lilde. . Address P. O. llox 797 ,
Council lIluH * , or applp at B office , Council
- la Council Bluflt late
WANTKD-Everybody cant * per week , de
Iherod by carriers. Office , No fl Pearl Btrotk'
near liroadnaj- ,
To buy 100 tom broom corn.
WANTED ! addreaa Council Ulufli
Broom Factory , Council BluBi , low a. C68-29U
SALE Old ptperiiOo per hundred , at
FOH Bee office. Council UluA * . iei7-tl
- , with | > OUT , to carrr o J
WANTED-Bor office , Council I lufli.
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TOO UTTERLY UTTER
'Ski Jbi'Jk *
BOSTON TEA CO.
Are Euplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Publ o in
FINE GROCERIES ,
With Eve ything in Staples at
the Lowe t Prices ,
Fro.h Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Go.
16 Main Bt , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
MANUFACTURE ! * OF
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. It. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CHIUSTOPIIE3 , Mechanical Manager ,
124 8. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
IS THE CITY.
We keep everything you want
m First GLss , Oboice , Cleau
GEOOEBIE8 and PROVISIONS
[ t will pay you to look our es-
; ablishment throughEvery -
tning sold for Cash , and at the
very closd-st margius. We have
a line of lOo
CANNED GOODS ,
And we also sell the finest Im
ported Goods , Easteru nndWest-
jrn Goods put up All Oanned
Goods < rrduced 10 per cent ,
Send for our Prices ,
Strict atteution paid to Mail
Agouti for Washburn's Super
lative Flour ,
F , J , OSBOBNE & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo the special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
3rass Goods Belting , Piuing ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooko , Coal ,
OHAS. HENDRIF ,
Mrs , Smith , whore did you
o thoaafm0 Chandeliers ?
BIXBY & WOOD'S ,
THE PLUMBERS. '
On Bancroft or ( Fourth ctreets. )
J. M. PALM.KU ,
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MAUIUDR & ORAJQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Glnss , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
10 BROADWAY. COUNCIL I1LUFFS , IO\VA.
KELLEY & M'CRACKFN ,
Vlarble and Granite ,
North Fifth 81 , Council Bluff.
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
Cor , Pearl & lit Ave. COUNCIL 11LUFF8.
W. 8. AMKNT. JACOB BIU8.
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law ,
OO UN OIJj DLUFFfl , IOWA ,
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HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. , ; M '
DRY GOODS * i
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AND CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Cor. Fourth St. , .
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
bickering , Weber. Lindeman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $20O and upward.
Burdett , Weatorn Cottage , : Tabor and
Paloubet Organs , $60 andupward. Musi
cal Merchandise of every disoription.
Itahan Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , '
Sheet-Music , i'oys
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re- TT
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is large , full and com-
plete. Musical Journal ireo on applica S
tion. Correspondence Solicited.
o J. MUELLER , I
103 South 6th Street , O
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
BOWMAN , ROHRER & CO , ,
Storage and ' "Commission Merchants ,
And Dealers in all kinds ol Produce Prompt attention irlren to all conalgnnentn.
N08. 22 , 24 AND 26 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
"W" . H. IFOSTIEIR
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WILL SUPPLY ON SHORT NOTICE
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and' Vegetable
, , Plants
In their season. Orders promptly Oiled and delivered to Express offlw free of charge. Bend fw.
GOU AI GXJC. : BX. u jb-jb
Mirrors , Upholstery , Eepairing , Etc . Wood ard Metallic Coffins
_ Nu. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa :
IOWA WYOMING COAL.
HANDLED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
STARR & REYNOLDS. J07 Main St.
METCALF BROS. ,
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHICAQO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Etaa For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and N braflka. ,
Office with W. S. MAYNE , oversavings Bank , - COTJS'OIL BLTJFS
ELEGANT ! ELEGANT !
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The New Styles for 1882.
WALL PAPER !
Largest Stock in Western Iowa.
SEND FOR - SAMPLES !
Geo. R. Beard
11 PEAEL STREET , COUNCIL B , UFFS , IOWA.
\vi : LAHGIEST &TOCK OF FINE
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 ,
CaU and See Our MEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive.
Z. T. 'LINDSEY ' & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
And'TOI SIDS SQUARE , CLARINUA IOWA ,
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