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THE J3EE--COUNLL bLUEFS , IOWA THuIxSDA. . ' MAECH bO ibS2.
THE BAIL IT EKE ,
Thursday Morning March 3O
Ity Carrier , - - - - - JO cent * ( XT
- - $10 00 | x.r Year
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , N n
C. E. MAYNE , Manner City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
1'rnngV Kaotcr car In nt Seaman' * .
Have yo < fcon that fine display
"Kiu-ler cards nt Uinhnell A Hrnckctt'oT
Martin Hughes contemplates building
< a residence on Fourth street , near Mrs
The city is tt pnrdiiwe n new
§ o in to keep at least one of Its loams n
> work on the slrcoU.
The Kiu'tcopnl clinrch Is undcrgota ;
repair ? , anil preparation- bclm' tnnd
for Hotter decorations.
It is estimated tlmt thera is between
$10,000 nnd § 12,000 of the lax levy Icf
against which the city council can drav
The K < comrnny is rcplaing the pn ! <
boie for the shut-olfs nt the street mains
with cedar ones which will not eat awny
so quickly ,
Mr. 1'ctor Weis and Mr. J'cter Thai
have purchased ft desirable lot ou Main
street , opposite the 15igg'n hou c , nnd con
template erecting n hond-toma brick block
The sidewalks of the cjly are in a horrible
rible condition in many places. Slight
rcpaira would in many instances proven
accidents , as loosa boards and brokei
ones could bo easily rcmodleJ.
Only two veterans from tbh city won I
to Omaha to HCO the rendition of "Tin
Union Spy. " They report HO favorably
upon it that others now have the dmup
beoauso they micncil the treat.
The Iowa anti-prohibitinn league pro
poses to open the campaign In this state
by meeting in thli city , to be held at uu
early date. " 3. K. Smith expects to tlolive
a speech on the occasion and sot the bal
The Knight's lodges , numbering four ,
are Arranging to meet next Monday even
ing at Council Bluff * Lodge tyo. 40 , in
JCrerott's block , for the purpose of having
a social and debate nt the close of lh <
'work of the evening.
An attempt is promised to make the
saloons shut up at 11 o'clock , in com ( ill
anco with the ordinance. Among these
reported by the police as having kept open
later than that hour nro the St. Jo HOUBH
Crexton house and the Blue Jay saloon.
The steamer of the Koscue company
was yesterday afternoon placed in the
now engine house , and poiucssion taken
of the building. The stars and ntripcH
were hoisted to the top of the now Hag
stair , to indicate that the place had a
last been taken.
Mr. sTackson , who applied for appoint
ment as pane policeman at ' $45 * a montb
offered to paint the fences , ponta , bane
house , etc. , aa a part of his duties , provl
ded the city furnished the paint. If MI
other man is given tbcrpoattlpn , a Ukocon
ilitlon eliall lio'lmp'osed , OH the pnrk bo-
Jfceman'a spare momenta can bo put in
well at paintingan improvement which is
SJ We.aro informed that Mr. Norme
Geren , the'"street sprinkler , " ii ready to
commence1 the work of laying the dust a *
soon as the business men subscribe their
usual yearly Amount to assist In the cost
of the work. IK very business man should
subscribe tothis necdfnlontnrpriioprompt-
Mr. K. K. Steinhilbder , of llarlln ,
hag just purchased two handiomo lota in
McMnhon , ' Cooke & .Teller's addition , for
the purpose of establishing n furniture
factory , for the making of furniture in thorough
rough , The. lumber was put on the ground
yoHterday nn hour after the purchase of
the ground , and the work will commence
The present condition of Union ave
nue , in said bytho
knowing OUCH to bo BO
that in caao of .much rain , a largo portion
of the city would be flooded , as it forms a
dam which will prevent the water from
its natural iflow. There should be cul
' verts through which the water can pass ,
for in case of aflood the city would bo
.called on for damages.
A woman nnmedMary White , who di-
vldea her time prcttysuccostfully between
the poor house nnd the jail , wa yesterday
rupon the streets , n bad cane'of drunk
Officer Cuaio took her by team to the cala-
'boose ' , nnd she was from there forwarded
to the jail , but there being no accommoda
tion for her there , she was sent back to
the calaboose , where there are no
commodatlons at all for women.
" I women will get drunk there should bo
some ulaco arranged suitable for their
i ! '
i'he tixnminatlon of John PJeie < ) u ,
dragged along for several da >
before Judge Aylosvtorth , the charge being
.perjury , reached an end yesterday after
noon , the prisoner being discharged.
I'lerson , it will be remembered , claimec
that he saw Snodderly follow
, oseuult niu
, rob Mr * . Hubbard , SnodJerly
, on Leiiij ,
tried , prnyed an alibi and was discharged
Then followed '
Pleison'H an e t , and sumo
IIBW evidence was brought out , OH a result
of which the Judge discharged l > Ier on
. but remarked in unbalance that he was
jutlsfied that either I einoii BMV Snodderly
lo the deed or olne rie on did it him elf
A there wew certain facts as related by
Jilw. Hubbard on the examination that
1'ierson could not have known unless he
aawthe transaction ,
One of the most entertaining
. the season will take place at Dobauey'g
era house to-night. Thin i. the concert
and tableaux prepared by tie young ladies
of the Pwiuytcrfan church , the full , ) r , , .
ranme of which was publUked in voitfr
day' UKK. The admirew of the it-.thctfa
as well as those who .
enjoy a ] ,
and meritorious ricrformance will not fail
to be present on thin occasion. N , , , ) auil [
Jiave been spared to make it 0110 of Uio
1 most perfect a/faira / of the kind that has
ever taken place fn Council Hlulfs. The
Tarloua feature * of the programme
well chosen and will be presented in the va
' best of style , and TUB UKK could uc.t rec-
i omrnenJ anything more deserving of nit-
jronage tuau tlii .
A BAD EYE.
It QolB a Young Mnn Into AH
Sorts of Trouble.
ArrostoU In Every City Ho Visits-Ho
Kinds No Exception Horo.
Yesterday morning ft young .man ,
giving his nnnio OR Frank Chnfin ,
arrived here from across the river ,
nnd while walking about the streets
mot another young man , a stranger ,
who saluted him with "Hollo , Wil
Clmfin replied that hia name
wasn't Wilson , and the two fell into R
conversation , The stranger tolc
Chnfin that ho was n farm hand , nnc
ho looked like it , his clothes nnd man
ner being in keeping. The two chat
ted along , nnd strolled un. Broadway
together , stopping on the way long
enough for the farm hand to stand a
treat , and ns they reached the police
station , th < > latter naked Clmtin to
step in n minute. As the two cntcrcc
the ollica , the farm hand suddenly
showed up his rctil character , ho by-
ing a detective named Gardner , who
announced that the fellow whom he
had guided into the place was wantci
for forgery at Anita. IIo had a de
scription of the follow , and claimot
that his name was not Chafin but Wil
son. It aooins that Wilson was nt
work on a farm near Anita , and , 01
buing paid off in the fall , forged his
employer's name to a note , and also
forged an order for some goods , ant
thus gathering some wealth , .including
a gold watch , skipped out.
The description of Wilson , nccom
panying the offer of a reward for his
capture , upon which the dotoctiro
nabbed the man , answers very wol
f-jr Chafin , oven to his
right eye being a cross one. Chopin
insistodihat ho was not the man sought
for , and 'Cursed his cross eye for the
trouble it had led him into.
IIo bnid that ho was in Chicago re
cently , and 'Pinkorton'a ' men eeoinj.
his cross eye concluded ho was wantec
sumowhero , and so arrested him.
They kept him in custody several days ,
and took him through the rogue'siiil-
lory , comparing his face with the picture
turo of every cross-eyed man to bo
found thoro. Then they concluded
that ho atiBworod exactly the descrip
tion of ono iman wanted , except thai
his hair was dark instead of
light. The detectives got a barboi
and had tho.young man's head sonpot
and rubbed and scrubbed , to sco if the
hair wouldn't turn light , but it
wouldn't , Afto > - boarding him for two
or three days they let the young nmi
go liis way.
Week before.last ho was at St. Louis
and had hardly got off the train before
an oilicor nabbed him and locked hin
up. Here ho wont through a course
like the ono in Chicigo nnd was com
pared with all the pictures of < cross-
eyed rogues and had to sit and hnvo a
picture taken. His pictures were
sent out in all directions and 'ho '
waited for returns , but none coming
ho-was released ,
On reaching Omaha day before yesterday
torday 'Dot ' ecuvo Hnzon noticed the
oross-oyo and at once concluded 'lu '
was aifellovv who was wantud , nnd
locked him up. After looking him
over he' lot him go. The young
man thought ho would , come
ever to Council Bluffs and
-tt' day's rest , but had no sooner bo-
; -walking about the stroota than ho
was nabbed again. IIo says ho is
; ottinc about tired of the troubles in
which his cross-oyo is getting him.
The young fellow claims to have
> oon'to work on n cattle ranch near
3hoyonno , nnd to also have worked
in suction boss on various railroads ,
lis story is that ho wont east with
ome cattle , has spent his money and
s now lookingj for work to nmko
enough of a rakp to got back to ,
Oheyonno. * | P
The officers at Onita were tele-
! iod to coinp nnd identify the fcl-
ow , and they aigiiified their intention
o coiuo here nt onoo.
Corrcupondgncu ol The Dec.
GUNWOOD , lown , March 28. The
TennosBcatiB Bang here last night to a
fftir-skod house. They aung on Sat
urday night at Malvorn , and , spend
ing Sunday in Glonwood
, they con
ducted the singing at the Methodist
Church on Sunday night.
On the evening of Sunday , the Stith
Bishop Perry , of the Protestant Epis
copal Church , assisted by the pastors
of the Episcopal churches of Council
Bluffs and Rod Oak , held norvico in
the Congregational Church in Glen
wood. Five persons were confirmnd ,
The rumor is current that tlA Kpiuco
Italians will establish a church here in
the near future. They hnvu several
members somewhere from fifteen
to twenty wt < nro told , now residing
being niado for
the ho.ding of a Sunday school con.
vontion hero in about four wouks. It
will bo composed of delegates from
the entire oongrewional district , and
will bo conducted by Low K. Darrow ,
Esq. , of Corning , Iowa , a gentlemen
who has hud largo experience in such
work. The Sunday schools of Glen
good , four in number
, are all in i
prosperous condition , nnd will no
doubt bo greatly profited by this gath-
oring. After moral months' delay ,
the Oongregationalists have at last secured -
cured a pastor a Rev. Mr. Thoinp-
son , from some point in eastern Iowa.
Ho will bo on the ground within u low
days , ready to begin wort
The nastor of the Methodist church ,
Itov Mr. Lialo , is advertised for loo-
uro on J-'iiday nif-lit ; subject , "Tho
Building of the Worlds. " I under.
stand that llio Methodists intend to
tavo curtain Bjtecial services f or Kaster
Within u few weeks Mr. L. W. '
tUBfloll , one of Glonwood's most ac-
ivo business men , has erected a now
ramo building for n warehouse for
ons , buggies and goods of ihat
lues. It ja oil the square , mid is
bout 7Dx2G foot. He ha also re-
lodeled the building occupied by
him as a hardware store , and has now
a very fine display of goods in thai
line. Tno work on the Cotnmercia
house ] goei on slowly. The now
"Glemvood" is a fine building , am"
well kept and do s nn oxcoljont busi
ness. With the 'accommodations pres
ent nnd prospective , the traveling
public may bo sura that they will be
well entertained whenever they mnj
Incidentally I have learned that
Mr. Mickelrffxif , of the Mnccdoniri
bank , but residing hero , is nboiil
erecting a fine , largo brick building i
thoplacsof tlmt recently burned II
will bo about ! > 0x43 fcot , sixty feet ol
its length being of two stories ,
Lnst week wo had one doalh fron
scarlet fever , n little son of Mr , ant
Mrs. A. J. Humull. No other case *
nro reported , but there has been some
funr test tins disease may become epi
demic , nnd there has bcon talk ol
closed the schoold for n time.
The fine wentlier is being used to
ndvantng'i by the farmers , in getting
in wheat and cils , nnd getting rend ]
for other spring work. OIISKHVKK.
UNCLE SAM'S COURT.
The Mill Sot Successfully In Opera
tlon The Names of the Jurymen.
In the United States court yester
day morning the following petit jury
was impannelcd :
II. P. Smith , Creston ; Thomiv
Jelferis , Council BluflV J. M. Brynn ,
Audubon ; Vnndorberg , Keokuk
J. H. Miller , council Bluffs ; 0. Mun-
ger , Council Bluffs ; E. K. Peako ,
Council , Bluffs ; John Scott. Kollurtun
E. J. Aldrich , Avoca ; Wnoater Fay ,
Pottawattarnio county ; Oliver Mills
Lewis ; S. K , Hollistor , Corning
L. W. Tubbs , Emerson ; Getirg *
Chambers , Olid'lon ; T. H. Alexan
der , lied Oak ; C. E. Stone , Council
Bluffs ; A. Hickorson , Afton ; Ed.
Willington , Ilivorton ; J. 0. Cramer ,
Salem : D.ivid Gaiumett , Mondamin
Jnuics Campbell , Gliudun ; Puu
Donning , Casey ; C. C. Bonn , Coun
cil Bluffs ; J. Horriott , Stuart ,
The following constitute the grant
jury , who are nlso nt work :
Prank Gloason , Audubon ; C. C ,
Messelrodo , Guthrie Center ; P. O ,
Swishcr , Greenfield ; John Woodward
Lewis ; M. II. Hondricks , Dennis311
Solomon West , Clarinda ; A. P. Cole
man , Corning ; H. A. Terry , Crescent
City ; N. 0. Martin , Bradyvillo : A. J ,
Bump , Council Bluffs ; A. M. Battolle
Avociv ; P. P. Brezoo , Council Bluffs !
'Goo. H. Jones , Council Bluffs ; P/u /
Armour , Council Bluffs ; 0. H. tiny-
dor , Mulvorii ; M. A. Stephenson ,
Fremont ; Lewis Sovereign , Counci
Bluffu ; George Ferguson , Gliddon ; J.
M. Simpson , Eugene ; 11. S. Vestal ,
Solomon ; J. C Shockloy , Sidney ; G.
A. 11 ay ward , Council Bluffs ; F. Hoag
land , Council Bluffs.
The whole of the day was taken up
in the trial of the case of David Davis
& Co. vs. John G. Williamson , of Mt.
Ayr , the end of which was not reached
od at thu hour of adjournment.
Iowa Groonliuok Convention ,
Special to Tim
DKH MoiNEsMarch 29. The Green
back State Central Committee have
decided to call a state convention for
Earning * of the Fooled XJnoi.
Special to THE BEE
DBS MOINES , March 29. The gross
earnings of the five Iowa trunk line
railroads for 1881 were $1.970,537 ,
A parly from JCmerson , Iowa , yesterday
stopped at the llevere house , en route for
Dakota on a combined pleasure nnd busi
ness trip. The party conuitted of W. S.
3oodell , J. O. H. head , llev. Charles
Leach , pastor of the Methodist church at
l inorson ; Mrs. L. Goudell , Mrs , Dr. Bart-
ett , nnd Mrs. Ilnwk ,
FHES1I LOT OF MULES.
Mace Wise has just received 50
lead of fine mules , which ho offers for
ealo at low prices. Call and see them
nt MACK WISH'S BAU.V , Scott street ,
near Broadway , Council Bluffd.
The scarlet fovur is widely prevalent
in the state.
Dubuque IH talking of building a
$00,000 opera house.
The initial stops towards the erec
tion of a union depot at Keokuk have
A nest of burglars was broken into
at Mediapolis and three of the kids
The Congregationalisms of Musca-
tine intend to erect n church edifice
the coming season.
Yarmouth hns a scandal , in which a
married villian , un erring wife and n
timid husband are inoxtrically mixed.
The outfit has been ' 'pulled. "
Missouri Ynlloy will Luild a now
§ 10,000 opera house the coining BOH
son , in addition to the other improve
nionts planned for that city ,
Sigournoy and Delhi have quiiran-
tined against Thornburg , eight cases ,
of small pox being reported in the hit-
Creston snloona rigidly obeyed the
closing law lust Sunday. There was
auito a dem-uid for demijohns Satur
A company 1ms been organized at
brt Madison to build u railroad and
wagon bndgo across the Mississippi
river at that point.
Dubuque has organized a company
for the purpose of lighting the city by
electric light. If the city will co
operate , as the company desires , the
company promises to huvo the now
system in operation within sixty days.
Judge Love , in the United States
district court at Keokuk , has decided
that ono railway can condemn the
right of way across another. The case
grew out of an oilbr4. by the Chicago ,
liurlington & Quincy to prevent the
Des Monies , Oaooola & .Southern nar
row guage from crossing its track. >
Iowa and Wornon ,
Wo believe in leas than three Years
the women of this state will have i
equal tights with these who chow all "
thu tobacco , amoko all the cigars ,
dunk all the whisky and utter ull the
profanity. That * s about all a woman
LIFE IN A DUG-OUT ,
A Strange Honeymoon , -with
A. Row Over the Possession of the
Drldo nnd the Residence.
The ( Ibiiiiiena of the dtig-oula in the
eastern part of the city acorn to bo
continuity in trouble. A now phaao
of lifo was revealed yesterday , whiel
pictures well the state of uoctoty in
kliat subcrb. In one of those holes
iu the eido of n bluff have been living
a man named Mcl'herson and a wo
man named Mrs , Wise. They have
occupied the dug-out for some time
and been treating each other in all re
spects as husband and wife , oven quar
ruling occasionally in accordance will
the customs of real married life.
A few days ago another man ap
poured upon the BCOIIO , nnd soon
wooed and won the woman. Shi
claimed to bo much in love with th
now comer in spite of hla advancct
ago and decrepit ! mien. They got the
needed marriage license nnd hastencc
to wed. The woman told MoPhorsoi
that she wns through with him , and
thnt she loved the old man "oh , so
dunrly. " McPi-'rson did not relish the
idea of his woman getting married ,
and when night c.-xmo on there nroso
the dispute as to who should occupy the
dug-out. There were many hot words ,
but no blows , and when tlio trio had
got weaned with the wouly warfare ,
a cessation of hostilities was indulges
in until morning , and all Ihreo turned
in. Exactly how they arranged details -
tails is not known , the furniture
of the room consisting mostly
of an old , superannuated lounge
hardly wide enough for lodgings for
three , but they slept , and yesterday
morning resumed the rumpus. Me
Pheraon claims that ho is the owner
of the hole in the bluff , and that if
the woman insists on living with the
old man instead of him , she must dig
n hole for herself , as the present dug
out belongs to him. The old man ant
the woman protested against leaving.
The womail claimed that the due-oul
was her own , and that she wanted her
iiRod bridegroom to take McPheraon'i
place , and sent him out into the colt
'world. ' As a final compromise ahe of
fered to pay McPherson fifty cents ,
as soon as she could raise the amount
to pay him for what interest he had
in the dug-out , and that hu
might take away the thing
called a lounge. McPherson offered to
give up the bride and his rights in the
dugout for Gvo dollars , and at lost ao-
'counts the trio were trying to settle
this financial difference , but with
good prospect of having some more
sensational row before the matter' ' is
These who have not visited these
dugouts have little , in fact , no idea ,
of the squalor and poverty which
characterizes some of them. There
uro men and women who live like ani
mals , and really worse , while the fam
ily relationships are almost wholly ig
Ono decidedly interesting feature in
this case is that the jolly bridegroom ,
named Brooks , is seventy years of age ,
and the blushing bride has lived just
half n century.
, M jor A. IJ. Anderson is again at the
E. K. Dixon , a tourist from Kngland ,
put up at the I'acidc house yesterday.
J. II. Wheeler , clerk at the Ogden , has
BO far gained the victory over the Ufural-
gla na to bo ou duty again.
J. C. Williams , a leading capitalist in
Red Oat , wan atnnng the callers at Tin.
RKK office yesterday.
Mr , Jou Ilenn , of liray & Henn , has
been sick for some time with luog trouble
and hope of his recovery in almost abnn
Acting the attorneys in attendance at
United States cnirt ( uro J. P , Connor , of
Dcnnlson ; W. A. Stow , of Hamburg ; D.
II. K. GriswoW , of Atlantic , all of whom
are at the Ogdeo.
Misa Olara L. Gibson , the elocutionist ,
who is take part in the tBtthetio entertain
ment this evenm ? , is in the city , a guest
of the Ogden house ,
W. A. De Lashmutt , of Mount Ayrea ,
KlngRold county , favored TJIK HKK with a
call and word of cheer yesterday. Ho is
here as witnesn in a case now on trial.
M , Carter , of Afton , nnd Attorney E.
F , Sullivan , of the eamo place , who are in
attendance upon the United States courr ,
dropped into TIIK IJKK'H new office yester
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTlCM Bpoclal aJiLTtiscinrnta , u
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Halo , To Hont ,
Wants , Hoarding- to. , will l > u liH.-rtcd In thli
column at the low rate of TEN CI1NTS I'Efi
LINK lor the flrnt Inecrtlou and FIVK UCNT
I'EIt LINK ( or c.uh ub c < | U nt iiiscntnn
Leavu odv crtlscmenU At our oilla > , No , 7
I'ea I b'treet , near Uroacluay. _ _
KXTRHIKNCH ) pajn-r hangtr van flnd
itvady employment tiy ajdrnuln ( I
It. Heard , Council L'itiil * , Io\\a. Notlouch in
WK would recommend Joe Sandcl an the bc.t
hand In the cltv at tcttlng out trees. JIo
1m a \ ry line lot of limplcn , boxelders and
othir bhad trcc on hand. e
011 SAI.K-5n. ono Mexican Nttloipl $1,000
coupon bond : > iiluo and lil tory ufiknouu
A. D. I'ACKAltl ) ,
0' " Woton.jovta
W ANTED To'lmy hounuand lot on monthly
Adilrcs X , llcoolllitt.
ANTii : ) To ronta eiiull cottage at once.
Addrew U. M . or cuqulro at HrK rtllcc.
\\MNTKl' To rent A ten room liouso In
> 1 homo Kood nclL-liborliocxI or two smaller
ou > tida Lildo , Addrciu I' . O. UOK 707 ,
Council ljutr ! < , or ai < > pii ! at DKK olllcu , Council
TVfANTKn-Kicribody In Council JJIulI * lo
11 to take Till Un , tO conU IU.T week , da
Ucrtid by carrier * . OtHcc , No U 1'wrl htrt t'
"VirANTKD To l > uy 100 torn broom corn. V.
IT for ixrtlcuUn nddrcu Council lilufl *
Urooiu Factory , Council liluflu , I ? a. CiS-CTtl
POK SALE-Old pauM 40a ixr buiitlrvd. l
The Ucc office , Council Ulu n. ni'27-tt
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples nt
the Lowejt Prices.
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas ,
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. , .
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coa'ch & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY :
E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CHRISTOPHER , Mechanical llneagcr.
124 3. Main St. , Council Bluffs. In.
IN THE CITY ,
We keen everything you want
in First Oltss , Choice , Clean
9EOCEBIE3 and PKOVISION
[ t -will pay you to look our es
tabdsbment through. Every'
thing sold for Cash , and at th
veiy desert margins. We havi
a line of lOo
CANNED GOODS ,
And we also sell the finest Im
ported Goods , Eastern and West
ern Goods put up All Cannei
Goods rf duced 10 per cent.
Send for ou'r Pncesi
triot atteution paid to Mai
Agents for Washbnrn's Super
F , J , OSBORNE & GO , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
< COUNCIL BLUFFS
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
OIUco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Wo give epccUI attention to
Stamp Mills , SineltiHg Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will rccohe prompt attention. A general M
Brass Goods' Baiting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Ooal ,
OHAS. HEKDRIF ,
Mrs. Sm'th ' , where did you
go ; thoao fine Obandeliors ?
BIXBY & WOOD'S ,
On Baiioroft or ( Fourth streets. )
J. M. PALMEE ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Glass , Fine French China
Silver Ware &c. ,
10 BBOABWAT , COUNCIL I1LUFF8 , 10\VA.
KELLEY & M'CRACKEN" ' ,
Marble and Granite ,
North Fifth St. , Council Dluf-
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. I'carl & 1st Avo. COUNCIL BI.UFFflT
. 8. AV1ENT. JACOB filUS.
AMENT & SIMS ,
AttornBys & Oounsellors-at-Law ,
COU N OIL BLUFFS.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & GO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Cor , Fourth St. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Jhickering1 , Weber. Landsman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $200 and upward ,
Burdett , Western Cottage , ! Tabor and
Paloubet Organs , $50 and upward. Muoi-
cal Merchandise of every diecriptiou.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Sheet-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Qoode , "Wholesale and fie- TJ
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is large , full and com
plete. Musical Journal Ireo on applica s
-A- tion. Correspondence Solicited.
- - Address :
AO J. MUELLER , i
103 South 5th Street , o
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
BOWMAN , ROHRER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
And Dealers In nil kinds ol froJuco Prompt attention siren to oil consienmcnU.
NO8. 22 , 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
WILL SUPPLY ON SIIOUT NOTIC -
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
In their season. Orders promptly filled and dclh crcil to Kxprcu ofiice free of charge. Send for
COTTJXTCJEE. J 7
Mirrors , Upholsterj.Ef-pairiDff , Etc. Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 43C Broadway , Cur. Hryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
IOWA WYOMING COAL.
HANDLED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
3TARR& REYNOLDS. f07 Main St.
METOALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DKA..KI18 IN
teats- ; Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Solo , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , alao , Railroad Lands ,
and a number or Well Improved Farms , both iif Iowa and Nebraska.
Offlco with W. S. MAYNE , over Savinga Bank. - COTJVOILi BLTJFS
ELEGAMT ! ELEGANT !
The New Styles for I88SL
WALL PAPER !
Largest Stock in Western Iowa.
SEND FOE SAMPLES !
Geo. R. Beard
11 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Gi-IE ! I
WE OAHKV THE LAHOE8T STOCK OF KINK
BOOTS ! SHOES ,
Slippers , Etc. ,
Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles of CouncI Bluffs ,
All Mail Orders Promptly AttniM To and
Higlily Appreciated ,
OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW.
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which
las Begun to Arrive ,
Z. T. 'LINDBEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
And WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLARIHDA IOWA ,
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