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THE DAILif BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA MONO A. Y APRIL b 1582.
THE PAILV BEE
Monday Morning : April 2
SUBSCRIPTION HATES !
fly Cnnler , - - - - - ZOccnUperwrck.
It-Mall , - - - - - - - $10 00 i > u Year.
Office : No. 7 Ponrl Street , Near
C. E. MAY.NE , JfMwjtcr City Circulation.
H. W. TII/TON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS. .
PrMig's hauler Cnkcs nt Sceman'i.
Have you tccn Ihnt Flno Display of
faster Cakes at Buslmell & DruckeU's.
The county hoard of supervisors meet
to-day in I ho auditor's office.
"Muldoon's 1'lcn'ic" Is tlio attraction
ottered nt Dohyny'a lliis evening.
Ths public fchoola open lo-Jay , the
teachers end pupils having hail n week's
The Melhotliat chitrcli Is undergoing
repairs , and consequently the services yes
terday were held In Dohany's hall.
Yesterday was Palm Sunday , nml bits
ol green were plentiful. Appropriate cr
vices wcro held nt the Catholic iliurch.
F. K. Ford guarantees the best Sl.i" ? ,
Sl.Zfi or $2 00 nhlrts.mndo by nny factory
Jn tlio wcit. Ulnlf nnd Willow etrccts.
The city council meets this afternoon
to provide for the equalization of t xes
aid listen to Mayor UowinnnV Inaugural
The mercury has Jar two day/ past
been fllrllnj ? between 80 nnd DO decree *
ami trying to ducido which to snuggle up
One funeral yesterday , it being that
of JoMnh James , who canto here recently
from Missouri. Ho lexvo ; ! a wife and
large family of children.
Stewart Bros , .shipped Saturday from
this point fifteen carloadsof provisions by
order of the government , for the relief of
southern eufTererH by the flood.
Nearly all the churches in this city
will this week make special arrangements
for observing next Sunday as Easter , an J
for decorating the churches appioprintcly.
The board of trade holdx its regular
meeting this evening. There are many
questions nnd matters of importance atd
interest which Jt behooves this body to
take hold of.
The musical convention under the
direction of MifH Mitchell , of Chicago ,
ha * been well nttended the past week , and
arrangements have been made for having
the closing concert next Saturday evening.
Lost evening 3tov. Mr. Copeland
preached to the Unitarians gathered In
C&stlo hall , instead of holding nn after-
iioon ( service. It Is understood that this
evening service is to become a regular ar
rangement , ax the nucicncci nnd interest
To-morrow evening ths benefit con
cert tendered Miss Dlancho Oliver is to bo
given nt Dohany's. Besides that young
lady a number will participate in the pro
gramme , among them I. M , Troynor , Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Jlaff , L. W. Tulloys , Miss
Julia Officer and Miss Mary Ilarkcl.
Ono solitary blrcet sprinkler started
along Broadway Saturday. The opening
Bklrmiah with duet is the promiEO only of
a more active nnd successful campaign.
h All concerned should bear their Just portion
tion of the expense , but they won't. In
every community there are a few small
souls who prcfur to have their neighbors
pay , but who , neverthelo r , enjoy the
Attention has been called to the wan
ton wayii in which boys on the street tan
talize nnd annoy ' Sport Miller , " the
wreck of a man who has ecen better days.
It is said that Miller may , when angered ,
do great violence * to Homo of his insultcra ,
"Whether there is clanpor from htm or not ,
boyj should have inoro respect for them-
nelyes than to spend their time in such
cruel iuu-making. It bclittlcx the boys
much iiforo than it does the poor maa ,
who is the target of their jeers end gibes ,
Nnar n prominent business house
in this city is to be noticed several barrels
of coal oil Btanding beside the building ,
and iioyoral quails of oil have oozed out.
Sucli a condition of things gives an ex
cellent chance for ft big fire to start , as
fiomo careless smoker passing ulong the
, I Htrest , or nome Hllxht cause of any k nd ,
would Btnrt a big blare which would bo
npt to lead to the ilesttuctich of much
property. Too much cnro cannot bo hhown
in providing against nny Huch contingency.
The Swedish lady quartette gave a
l > loa nnt entertainment nt Duhnny'u Sat
urday evening. Thene well known binge rs
have justly earned their reputation , as
their voices blend very sweetly , nrnl their
nluglng without an accompaniment Is a
tejt which they stand wonderfully well ,
The elocutiouht who accompanied them ,
Miss utiuna Wright , Is n skillful render ,
but can hardly fill the placa of Miss
Kmlliu Oa\in , whom gome expected to
hear. Miss Wright Is quite piquant , and
allows much versatility oj power , Int nho
lacks the strength which characterizes
A number ot cltlvcns went to Omaha
Saturday afternoon to , see Keene In
"tfooj'a ' llcvenge. " Keene is a wonderful
artiut , and tliero are many hero who would
gladly tee him , but few care to apnro time
'and money to go to Omaha for that pur
pose , There uro many such entertain-
menU of rare worth which thiscltymisto' ,
Dimply became there la no fit opera house
in which to present them. The proportion
tion of good allows to poor bhows would bo
quickly doubled and the pationngegreatly
increased if Council Bluffs had an opera
Louse commensurate with the size and
prosperity ol thg city. Hurry up the new
opera house by all weans , It la needed
The attempt to cnforco the ordinance
closing the saloons at 11 o'clock every
uljht , ucems to be accomplishing come-
thing in that direction , but that ordinance ,
as far as closing on Sundry is concerned , it
ft dead letter , Yesterday saloons were
running about an on week day * , except
that the front doors were closed , but uot
locked , At one saloon , just about oppo
site police headquarters , and right under
the very eyei of the city ofllclal , there
were thirsty souls pasting m and coming
out not o tbinty , A goodly number of
men well mellowed by tarrying long nt
the cup , wcro seen upon the street , and
other evidences were plenty yesterday ,
fit owing that the ordinance was far from
The entertainment given nt Dohany's
Thursday evening WM repeated ns n mat-
inco , nnd at reduced prlctp , at Uloom &
JS'lxon' * linll Saturday. The entertain
ment was largely attended nnd proved
quite as enjoyable ns on Its first presenta
tion. Miss Olbnon , of Cl.lcago , gave
some excellent readings. She has mud
yet to learn before she acquires wonder
ful mastery of the elocutionary art. Her
chief defects are a too free use of her
hands and arms , and too little strength in
rcndctlng the purely dramatic. Her
facial expressions nre wonderful nnd in
her lighter selection" " ! ho Is very happy ,
The musical nnd ncsthetlo portions of the
programme were rich in merit a nd enjoy
able In humor. The la-lies of the Pres
byterian church here certainly have cause
to congratulate thcmtelves on the success
which they have met with , nnd the pub
lie if ) to bo congratulaced on having had
two such enjoyable occasions ,
- -Tho question of rmloon licenses is
causing several petitions to be circulated ,
Ono is in favor of n high license nnd has
received many signers. Another one ins
been started In favor of low licenses nnd
is being very quietly but Industriously
circulated , The quiet wny in which the
latter petition Is being circulated is
evinced by the fact tint one of the clrcu
latorn cautioned one who bo approached
fomsignature"uottolotTittt Itar. gel hold
of It. " The man refused to mgn nnd of
courpo let TIIK Bnu know. Why shouldn't
ho ? Those who v/anl n low license need
not bo mealy-mouthed , for if a : tuiso is
worth ndvnnting , it is worth advocating
openly nnd above board , and the secret ,
quiet cause only excites mupicioti and
distrust. Ths petition for low liccnfe
will not nvnil though , In nny event , for
the time has come when the public de
mands n high license , nnd a strict enforce
ment of the ordinances regarding saloons.
The present council will not Ignore this
Uov. tlr. Hamlln , of the Congrefra-
tlonul Ohurcli , liocognizos the
Day by Appropriate Ser
vices and Sermon ,
Yesterday being Pnlm Sunday the
inrviccn nt the Congregational church
wcro conducted by the pastor , Kov.
Mr. Ilamlin , with a npccial view
thereto , the passage of ocripturo read
and the other features of the services
being very befitting. The preacher
based his sermon upon Malthaw 2:1 : ! ) ,
Matthew 23)8-39 : ; ) , at the first verso
of the following chapter , also John
12:35-30. : Ho spoke of this being
known as holy week , and inquired
into the cause of its being thus desig
nated. Ho said the Congregational
churches were not accustomed to civo
much attention to these days. The
Pilgrim fathers , in the early
years , in breaking away from
fanaticism , had swung natural
ly to another extreme , and
their descendants had inherited per
haps too much of this fcarfulnc&s concerning -
corning the observance of auch days.
The fact , however , that such obser
vances had so long occupied a place in
church history showed that there
was some reason and some good in it.
In the religious lifo of the world each
church had something to contribute.
Some churchca gave forma , BOIUO gave
emotion , some gave zealous work ,
some intolloctunlity. No one
church had n monopoly of truth , and
each added something to the whole.
Ho called attention to the fact that
birthdays , decoration day , and other
memorial days wore observed , and
while there mijht bo ROIUO insincerity
creep into these observances , and
some moro formalism , yet tliero was a
goldui moan , and AH essence of
good. Thobenofitof auch observances
were to bin mind numerous. The
very approach of ouch days , incited
to thought regarding the lives and
events of which these days were re
minders. A homo which had no such
days wna to bo pitied.
To the church the events in Christ's
lifo were ot personal interest. Christ
himself observed the Jewish memo
rials. The church days , when ob
served , turned thought toward such
pvents in Christ's ' life , us they word of
importance nnd of concern to the
church , and the memory of which was
The speaker then onlled attention
to thei events of the week , of which
this is commemorative. ' nnd drew
from these events in Ohmt's lifo vari
ous thoughts which ho deemed would
bo wholesome for his hojirors to take
with them into the business and cares
of the practical lifo.
The sermon throughout was tinged
by u Catholic sentiment , indicative of
the growing liberality which is show
ing itself in nil denominations in their
treat mont of truths and formi.
PERSONAL , .
Capt. Ilight returned Saturday evening
from Den Moluea.
Ex-Alderman Churchill is now making
frequent trips on the ruuJ in the Interest
of his pump business ,
Mr , Bacon , of Chicago , who for years
has paid frequent vislU to the dealer *
hi fancy groceries , in in the city.
Den M , Hncnteiu , one of the liveliest
men representing nny Chicago house , is
again shaking up things nt the Ogdeu.
Mr , Daniels , of the firm of Michaels &
Daniels , just vtarting in the jewelry bus
iness here , hni started east , to there meet
his partner nnd purchase goods ,
Among'the lowaus who were noticed as
putting in at the Ogdcaover Sunday were :
J. H. tSkaggs and J , T , llryson , of Carson ;
11. B , Kanscni , of Burlington ; T , B.
Perry , of Albion ; J. O , Milllgni , of
Cedar Jlaplds ; D. M. Twins nnd K. A.
Ayres , of DM Molnes. The hut named
formerly lived here , nnd i * by no means
for ntfpn liv hl ninny friends ,
PKKSII LOT OP MULES.
Mace Wise has just received CO
head of fine mules , which ho oilers for
ealo at low prices , Call nnd see them
at MACK WISE'S lUiitfj Scott street ,
near liroadway , Council UhUIV.
SLASHING AND STABBING
A Bloody Bow at a Saturday
Ono Victim BecolvoB Four Gashes
There was n liltlo dance Saturday
night nt a house in the Second ward
near the court house. There was
plenty of beer nnd other strong drink ,
nnd by midnight some of the partici
pants wcro in a noisy and wild condi
tion. Two young men , immcd Jnmcs
Taylor and Wm. Brown , had a few
words about some trifling matter ,
which of itself amounted to nothing ,
but which caused n row between
them , in which William Brown drew
a. dirk-knife nnd struck nt Taylor , cut
ting through his hat nnd gashing the
scalp EO that the blood ( lowed freely.
Taylor tried to defend himself , but
Brown succeeded in stabbing him
again , tins time in the neck , the cut
not being very deep , however. Taylor
tkcn knocked him down nnd in the
continuance of the fight Brown
stabbed Taylor in two other places ,
olio gash being in the left shoulder ,
the other in the loft breast. There
were thrco or four other slashes , but
they passed only through Taylor's
clothing. The by-standors separated
the two fighters , nnd Taylor was
found to bo bleeding badly. Ho was
cared for and it is thought that no
serious result will follow. Taylor was
yesterday feeling pretty sore , nnd was
spitting .blood somewhat , Uut was not
apprehending any serious efl'ects to
follow from the cutting up ho re
ceived , Stops will bo taken to arrest
Drown. It is claimed that ho 1ms had
two nr thrco smaller rows on previ
ous occasions , in which ho has used a
knife , but no complaint lua boon en
tered against him. Tin's time ho will
probably have to answer for his free
use of the knife.
CAUGHT BY THE COURTS.
Some of the Ways In Which Justice is
Bolng Dealt Out by the Several
The case of Lars Jensen , of Bloomer
township , will probably reach an end
to-day. IIo stands charged with hav
ing n glandorcd horse , from which
steeds belonging to neighbors caught
the infectious disease. The evidence
has all been heard , and this morning
the annimonts will bo made nnd the
case submitted to Judge Aylozworth.
The two Pranks , arrested in the
disturbance at the Blue Jny saloon ,
were before Judge Aylcsworth Satur
day. Prank Crow , the proprietor of
the saloon , pleaded guilty nnd was
fined 514.50. The other , Frank Gillette -
lotto , stood trial nnd was fined about
In the United States court the case
of Morris , charged with passing
counterfeit money , was resumed Sat
urday morning nnd given to the jury
in the afternoon. They Boomed dis
posed to hang nnd the court adjourned
until this morning , with the instruc
tion for the jury to bring in a sealed
verdict if they reached an agreement
In the case of the United States vs.
J. 0. Gregg , the partner of Morris ,
the accused withdrew his plea of not
guilty nud pleaded guilty. Ho was
sentenced to ono year in the peniten
tiary , but the sontpnco suspended nnd
the prisoner allowed to go forth free.
Among the cases to bo disposed of
in the police court this morning are
three Saturday nipht drunks , regis
tered ns Owen Cunningham , John
Collins , nnd unknown too drunk to
Michael Ryan was charged by some
colored women with having raised n
row , abused them , etc. , nnd Officer
Morse nrrcstod him and booked him
f-.r using obscene language. Michael
took the situation coolly except as re
garded the newspapers. "Por heav-
cn'a enko keep my nnmo out of the
papers. " Of course.
MARRIED AND DIVORCED.
The Two Evonta Occurring1 ton Young
Oouplo Wlthm Twenty Mln-
utos , and. All on Paper.
Two of tli (3 ( city's married women ,
sisters nnd occupying the same house ,
had prepared to furnish their spouses
with n meal nppropriato to All Fools'
day , with salt nnd pepper in abund
ance in the wrong [ food , to use cotton
for flour nnd arnica for vinegar in
fact the plot was nil made up , hut the
husbands got an inkling , and planned
n little ollflptting plot tor themselves.
They secured n copy of n , paper published -
lished in an eastern city , where the
ladies formerly lived , and where their
father , mother nnd only sister still
have n homo. This paper fortunately
had a blank column next to some
reading matter , nnd in this column
was simply printed n few lines nn-
nouncing that the space was reserved
for the advertising USD of n certain
firm. The young Benedicts took this
paper to n printing otlico in this city
nnd had enough matter sot up to fill
the space , hud had it printed into
nicely that to oven the closest observ
er it had the nppcaranco of being
printed with the rest of the paper ,
and as n part of it In the space thus
filled at the printing office hero there
was put seine regular reading matter ,
nnd then spine death nnd marriage
notices , fictitious names being used.
The last of the marriage notices was
to the effect that the sister nt homo
had suddenly nnd
quietly mnrriod a
young man of their ncquaintanco.
The fact was that this sister had not ,
as far ns known , nny intention of mar-
tying at present , mid was not oven
engaged , nnd hence sueh n notice was
well calculated to causa n commotion
in the family. The notice nlao contained -
tainod some interesting details as to
how surprised were nil the friends nt
homo , nnd ns to their plans , their trip
nnd their future residence in another
Armed with this paper the two
brothers proceeded homo , expecting
to partnko of a dinner nppropriato to
April 1 , nnd which they had learned
the wives had spent much time
and care in preparing. Ono entered
the house first , nntlin anoxcited man
ner throw 'hitnnolf down on n lounge
and throw thopapor info his wife's Inp
to read the notico. The surprise was
a. serious ono. The first glance nt the
mnrringo notice called out a scrcnm ,
and the other sister soon joined. The
impression from n hasty readinq wna
that the young sister had eloped , nnd
the two married ones took turns walk-
imj the floor , crying , scolding , won
dering how the old folks would got
nlontf in their loneliness , now that the
only remaining bird in the old nest
had flown , nnd then thootherhusband
entered , and both women pitched onto
him with the startling nnnounccment.
Ho , of course , would not believe it.
It was nn "April fool. " They couldn't
fool him. No , sirl They had the
paper. It was in that. Ho could read
for liimeolf. IIo grabbed the paper ,
hastily road it , nnd the wnvo of ex
citement welled higher yet. The wo
men would never forgive their sister
for not oven tolling them slio was engaged -
gaged , She might nt least have done
that. The iden ! Then tears , then
moro scolding , nnd then the character
of the alleged bridegroom was picked
to pieces. 'Ho wasn't the ono for her
The dinner was getting cold , nnd
the women had been in n storm of ex
citement for twenty minutes. Then
ono of the cunning young husbands
declared the truth , that it was n cruel
hoax , nnd explninod how it wns 'ac
complished. The tears were dried ,
the scoldings censed , nnd laughter fol
lowed , nj ho remarked : "Now , my
dear , if you will bring on your rare
beef with red pepper on it , your cot
ton-filled cakes , your salted coffee
and leather pie , wo will partnko of the
dishes in silence , nnd without n grum
ble. Wo can afford to , now. " Suffice -
fico it to say that the "April fool's"
dinner was laid aside , nnd the women
withdrew from the contest , nnd fur
nished an excellent meal as a forfeit.
The Fremont Claims ,
Washington Special to the Cincinnati Commercial
It was stated in those dispatches on
the 4th inat. , that. General Fremont
had filed n petition in the Sunato
claiming to bo the owner of Alcatraz
Island , nnd now hold nnd occupied by
the United States ns Government
property. To-day Mrs. Jessie Benton
Fremont filed her petition in the Senate -
ate to bo restored to twelve acres of
land which is now within the city of
San Francisco , and known as the
Point San Jose reservation. These
twelve acres nro ostimnted by citizens
of San Prnncisco now hero to bo
worth probably $1,000,000.
As Mrs. Fremont states her capo ,
she would seem to unquestionably be
the owner of the property , and that
the Government must surrender the
lands to or pay her their value in
money. In the Senate , on two occa
sions , committees have made reports
favorable to this class of claim and in
the House on Juno 10 , 1878 , General
Butler , from the Judiciary Committee ,
made a similar report. But the War
Department holds possession never
theless , and notwithstanding the dis
closures in the record of some charac
teristic examples of Stanton's forcible
entry proceedings in defiance of ths
civil law , the Government presents n
colorable title , ns its military officers
state the caso.
Mrs. Fremont sots forth in her pe
tition that she purchased the prop
erty in 1850 , which was then known
as Black Point , and on which she
then resided , because of its great
beauty nnd prospcctivo great value ,
forming , ns it docs , part of the water
front of San Francisco ; that when she
left the premises , in 1801 , to join her
husband , then in the service of the
United States , she rented the place to
Surveyor General Bcalo , and thnt in
18G3 the United States government
"violently and illegally" took posses
sion of her hands , and used them for
barracks , batteries , etc. , and that
the government has , hold possession
Elevator Burned at DosMoinos.
National Associated I'rcas.
DBS 3IoiNis. April L The eleva
tor owned by the Chicago & Hock
Island railroad , burned this evening
with a carload of furniture and several
cars and a quantity of freight. The
fire was caused by an incendiary.
Loss , § 10,000.
One hundred bushels choice Salt
Lake seed potatoes for sale. Enquire
at Ogden House qflico , Council Bluffs ,
Buoklin's Arnica Salvo.
The UEST SAI.VE In the world for Cuts ,
Bruise ? , SorcB , Ulcer * , Halt llhentn , Fever
rtore * , Totter , Chapped Hands , Chilblain ? ,
Corns , nn < l all Akin eruptions , and posi
tively cures plloj , It is guaranteed to
ulvo patltfactioa or money refunded.
1'rlce , 25 cents per box. For sale by
Bchrotcv and liecnt.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisements , 1111
Lout , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rout ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted la thli
column at fho low rate ot TUN CUNTS PK11
.LINK lor the first Insertion and F1VK CUNTS
I'EIl LINE ( or each subsequent Ineonlnn.
Leave adv ertlsemcnta at our olllco , No. 7
PcatI Street , near llronduny.
17011 BALK Hou'itiful residence ) ot , 80
J } e chj nothing down , iwd 8i per week only ,
by t.X-MAVOU VAUOUAN.
: WANTING eoicodne quillty broom
corn toed can grt K l > v wrltlnjr to
upU t ( I1 , r. MAYNE , Oouni.il Din ( I * .
l OH 8AI.K W ono Jlexlcm Nutlojnl 1,000
1 } coupon bond ; vuluo and history unknown.
A. D. I'ACIWUI ) ,
m0-H Weiton , loan
: > To buy hournand lot on monthly
WANTir . Audrct \ , lieu oltk'o.
'AhTKU To rent a null cottage at once.
AdJrejiC. M. , cr enquire at llm cilice ,
To rent A ten room houte In
WANTED good neighborhood or two smaller
houses eulo ) > / ( Ida , Addrctu P. O , liox 707 ,
Council ISlutls , or aj'plp at linn olllco , Council
\\rANTKU-Kverytioily lu Council llluflj 10
V V to Uko TUB UKK , 20 cent * > > er week , da
llvered by carricm. Olllco , No 7 1'carl btreot'
near llroadivay ,
To buy 100 ton * broom corn.
WANTED ! addrcsa Council liluffl
Ilroom Factory , Council IHuUa , Iowa. 658-S9U
171011 BALE Old naperi 25a per hundred , at ,
1 ? The Uee office. Council UlulU n > 27.U
T7IOR KENT Largo nouto , centrally located ,
JL nice eroundi , etc. , @iS per month , Enquire
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
PINE GROCERIES ,
With Everything in Staples nt
the Lowest Prices ,
Fresh Roast Cofiees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas ,
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
W.M. CHRISTOPHER , Mechanical Manager.
124 3. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
IN THE CITY ,
We keep everything yon want
in First Class , Choice , Clean
QKOCERIES and PROVISIONS
It will pay you to look our es
tablishment through- Every
thing sold for Cash , and at the
very closest margins. We have
a line of lOo
CANNED GOODS ,
And we also sell the finest Im
ported Goods , Eastern and West
ern Goods put up. All Canned
Goods reduced 10 per cent.
Send for our Prices ,
Strict attention paid to Mail
Agents for Washburn's Super
F , J , QSBOKNE & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Ofllco and Works , Main Street ,
OOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo giro special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY,1 ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will rocclvo prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods. Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Coal ,
CHAS. HENDBIE ,
Mrs , Smith , where did you
got those fine Obandeliers ?
B1XBY & WOOD'S ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMEE ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MAURT3R & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Glass , Flno French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
840 BROADWAY , - COUNCIL ULUFFS , lOtYA.
KELLEY & M'GRACKEN ,
Marble and Granite ,
North Fifth St. . Council Dlu < r *
Drs : Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. i'earl & lit Are. COUNCIL DLUFK8.
W. 8. AlIENT. JACOB SIMS.
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law ,
COUN OIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
Broadway , Cor , Fourth St , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
nickering , Weber. Liiideinan , J. Mueller
and other Pjanos , $20O and upward.
Burdott , Weatern Cottage , * Tabor and
Paloubet Orgaue , $50andupward. Musi
cal Merchandise of every discription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Sheet-Music , Toyo.
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is largo , full and com
plete. Musical Journal Irep on applica
tion. Correspondence Solicited.
d. MUELLER ,
103 South 5th Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOWMAN , ROHEER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
And Dealers In allktnJa ol Produce I'rompt attention irlvcn to all consignments.
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W _ ZE3I. ZEPOS'TjEIEi
-WILL SUPPLY ON SHOUT NOTICE-
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
In their season. Orders promptly filled nnd JclhcrcJ ' to Express olllco free ot charge. Send for
Mirrors , Upholstery , Kepairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant bt. , Council EIulTa , Iowa.
IOWA WYOMING COAL.
HANDLED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
STARR & REYNOLDS , 107 Main St.
METCALF BRO .S. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS1 IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
JE" . < G = \
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAVNE , over Savings Bank , - COUNCIL BLUFS
The New Styles for 1882.
Largest Stock in Western Iowa.
11 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
WE CAKUV THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE
Slippers , Etc. ,
Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles of Council Bluffs ,
All Hail Orders Promptly Afaded To and
Highly Appreciated , .
OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW.
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive.
Z. T. 'LINDSEY ' & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA
Ami WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLAR1NDA IOWA ,
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