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6 THE DAlLf JBEE COUffOiL BLUFFS. IOWA JT APRIL 7 1582.
THE DAILF BEE ! !
Friday Morning April 7
suBscmrTiON KATES :
n ? Carrier , - - - - - so cents per week.
BjllMI , $10 00 | > cr Year.
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
C. E. HAYNE , Manager City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON. City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
Have you Eeen that Kino Display of
Easier Curds at Buslmell & Bracket's ,
New lot of engraving * , oil paintings
aad oleographs just received nt Seaman' * .
F. F. Vor \ guarantees the best Sl.CO ,
$1.7f ) and 52.00 shirts made In the west.
Bluff and Willow street * . l > t2 If
Th poll tax will be ready for collec
tion by to-moirow.
N. K. Tyaon has applied for the
chance to cell ct the poll tax.
Rev. G. 8. Graham preached at the
United Brethren church last evening.
Duprez & Benedict' * minstrels cave
an entertainment last ovcnlns In this city.
Jast evening the Baptists held nn enjoyable -
joyable sociable nt the residence of .T. P.
A sleight of hand nnd gift show prom
ise * to occupy Bloom & Nixon's hall sev
eral evenings next week.
The fire committee has recommended
to the council to * ell the old hand fire en-
sine as being too cxpcntive and of too lit-
The city marshal has been instructed
by the council to file Information within
three days against all saloon keepers who
have not paid their Hccme.
There iccms to bo some Jo-JginK
about the 11 o'clock ordinante. Some of
the city officials claim that in the eyes of
the law It is 11 o'clock until it is 12. Too
To-morrow night Is the lime set for
the muilealconvention's concert , in which
a number of this city's vooalinti nr to
participate under the , supervision of Mis
Mitchell , of Chicago.
John Pleraon'a case was again before
the superior court yeiteiday , A chanjo
of tenuo was taken to Justice Frainey's ,
and a continuance secured until to-day.
Thus the wheels move slowly.
In the United States court the case of
' Hello way VB. the 0. , B. & Q. railway was
submitted , and the jury wan Btill out at
the , adjournment of court. The case of
McClcary-fi : Co. , of St. Loulu , vs. Wycoff ,
was next oTi trial , it being a case of grain
Justice'Abbott has added two more
couples to his marriage record , they being
Georga Jacob * and Miss Carrie Allennnd
Chria Wheeler and Miss M. Wheeler. Mr.
and Mm. Wheeler have Htarted for the
vest , expecting to make their home in
The new ordinancs by which Mayor
Bowman's right to appoint park police
men is taken away has been oflicially
published , but strange enouch themayor'a
name docs not appear as attesting it , the
name of E. E , Sbugart , chairman pro
tern , being in it * place. How no Y
jn The county board haveoxpreued their
readiness to put $2,500 into a bridge at
Union * renue as soon as the right of way
is secured and their approaches comple
ted , and also ready to act in regard to the
Vaughan avenue bridge so noon as certain
changes in the read are completed.
The Methodist church is greatly im
proved now in its interior appearance.
The audience room baa been so changed
that the regular worshippers tharo will
hardly recognize- when they meet there
nextSunday. The walls hayo been re
papered , wood work repainted and revnrn
ished , and all the appointments of the
place given a new look , The lecture room
and parlors below have also undergone a
. like change , making the whole have n very
D. B. Morse , wb6 has been looking
about tbo city with a view of starting a
commercial school nnd training college
here , has decided to engage in the enter
prise and secured rooms on thosecondtioor
of No. 33i Broadway , where lie can bo
fouid ready to receive applications or give
needed information. He expects to open
the school Monday morning next , and all
who desire.to secure such practical knowl.
edge .in is thus proffered should not delay
in improving the opportunity.
Mrs. Size , a poor woman whcse bus-
band recently deserted her , leaving her in
destitute circumstancea , complained yes
terday afternoon that the owner of the
house she is occupying , Mr. Kimbe ,
threatened her with violence if she did not
at once leave , her rtnt being behind
when her husband left , and she not liav-
Ing had a chance to tuin hci < elf in view of
Judge Aylesworth was
not In court at the time , and hence her
wish for a warrant could not be granted ,
and she had to content herself with loav-
tog her complaint with the chief of police.
The clmrgo is made .that , the city
council by doing with
away the jwrk po-
llcemeii , and thus knocking cmiwnyu
Mayor Bowman' * appointment of Ulurlea
Warner , a colored man , lime gone back
on the colored voters , and picviMited
Mayor Bowman from reccgnizlng theiiiv
The mayor had the
appointing pow.r of
the policemen on the regular force , * ml if in
he wanted to make good any promise
made the colored folk to appoint one of
their number M a policeman
, he had a
chance to put one on the regular force. ' '
It appear * he preferred to appoint Guar-
lla , by which a slight breach in the fire
department was heal d ,
Considerable Interest is Mt Jn the
proposed changing or the locations of the
Bluff City steamer and L'humix hook and
ladder truck. It Is proposed to have them ed
change places , on the plea that the hook
and ladder truck being the only apparatus
drawn by hand , nhould be neaier the
ter of the elty and the
eastern part of the
city can be better protected
by having the
steamer placed where the hook nnd ladder - to
der truck now .lands. The chief objection
railed to the change Is that the hook and
ladder building will needs be
frre It will be fit for the
aUamer , but to offset thU It I. claimed
that tb building will h
ve to be wpaired
anyway , as the rain comes through thereof
roof as through sieve. The council will
not act upon the matter until its regular
meeting in May.
A number from this city arc In at
tendance at the Sunday school convention
being held in Ncola. The following are
the delegates : Congregational church :
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker , Mr. II. M.
Stevens , Mr. W. S. Homer. Macedonia
Mission Sunday school : Mr. and Mrs. D.
A. Judd , Mr. C. C. 1'ltch , Mrs. H. A.
Montgomery , Mrs , Mary Itocse. Metho
dist church ; Mrs , Dr. Oaborne , Mrs. J.
II. Arthur , Mrs. L. W. Tulleyn , Mrs. Y.
II. Orcutt. Baptist church : Her. J. (5.
Leiiicn , Presbyterian church : Mr. W.
B. Mayse , Mis * Ella Williams : At
lartte : Dr. I1. > 1t Montgomery , Capt. I ) .
B , CI irk , The session closes this evening.
A nul case of family trouble and wife
boiling is reported from the cxticmo
southerly portion of the city. It appears
that John I'oaebccker , a well digger by
trade , went horn * on Wadnekday nlpht
badly boozed , and when his wife up.
braided him for spending five orsK dollars
in drink , when his family needed it , he
pounced upon her and so beat her na to
cause her to run out of the house. She I
plodded about in the rain , mud and dark
ness with bur little babe , only a month
old , In her arms , and finally sought shelter
in the Wabash depot , where nho remained
until daylight. Her husband having re <
covered from his ugly spree , went out in
the country to work yesterday , and the
poor woman returned to her home.
iTudgo James O. Day , of Sidney , was
among the guests at the Ogdcn yesterday ,
J. P. Connor , Esq. , of Dcnnison , Iowa ,
was in , the city yesterday , booked at the
Mr. Cornish , a wealthy and well known
citizen of Hamburg , is planning ta engage
ill hanking at Omahn.
The law firm of Stow k Hammond , of
Hamburg , are about removing to Omahn ,
where they will continue in their profes
Justice Abbott expects tu start to
morrow for a brief visit to his old homo in
Cleveland , Ohio , where ho lived for many
years , nnd where he will receive a hearty
wvlcomo from relatives nnd many friends.
THE HUM OF INDUSTRY.
How It Is Apparent at tbo Council
Bluffd Iron Worku.
Ono of the busiest nnd newsiest I
places in the city which the repre
sentative of THE lice dropped into
yesterday waa the Council Bluffs ,
iron works. Hero ho found shaftsI
whirling , hammers boating , sparks
flying , and evidence on.ovory hand
of a little world of mechanical won
ders , teeming with industry. Ono of
the first items which the reporter
stumbled upon was that an engine
and machinery was being made there
for the now furniture factory , soon to
bo added to the city 'a , industries.
Another item was also gleaned , which
will prove of special interest to the
citizens at large , il being that the
water works company had just made
a contract for the Council Bluffs iron
works to arrange f or n siphon reservoir
and to do various othcrwork in its line ,
which proves a happy assurance that
the waterworks are to bo pushed for
ward to a speedy completion. In va
rious parts of the shops were to bo
seen in different stages of completion
other work , engines , mining machin
ery , etc. Mr. Charles Hondrle , the
president and manager , very cour
teously guided the nuwagathoror
through the several departments and
explained the workingu of vcrious ma
chinery. Among the interesting ar
ticles pointed out was a Intlto , the
first that ever crossed the Mississippi
into the state of Iowa.
The works employ from fifty to
sixty men , and the machinery is such
as to enable them to turn out almost
everything expected in that lino. In
mining machinery there is a rushand
staaip mills , smoking furnace * , hoist-
em , etc. , are being sent forth to all
parts of the west , and the de
mand is increasing so that A
the works cannot keep up
with the rrdora. They also do a
repair Thora are
many of our citizens who little realize
what a busy place there is thus set a
tled in their midst , and a walk
through the extensive ohops would
open their eyes as to the possibilities
and achievements of Council Bluffs
It is understood that plans are being -
ing made for a still further enlarge
ment of the works , and an incrcaso in
the capital and facilities , the success
already gained being an assurance
that still further success awaits them.
In mining machinery , particularly ,
the works liavo shown their ability to
compete with the largest nnd the best ,
and thcro is no reason why the pres
ent facilities , lurgo as they are , could to
not bo .still further increased to ad
vantage. As nt present , the works
are justly nn object of pride to all in
terested in the city's growth and
prosperity , nnd nil should rejoice in
its outlook for atill further success. '
Whisky or Boor. as
The central committee of the Iowa bo
Liberal league will meet in DCS
Moines April 12. Benjamin P. Butler -
lor , of MnsHacliUBt't's , now ouc-ngod
the barb wire cases at DCH Moines ,
has been employed by the wholesale
liquor dealers and saloon keenora , to
befriend their interests in the
'amendment campaign , " 0.
The Brewers' association of Toiva
have secured the cervices of Hon.
Carl Schurz , of Now York , to present
the "beer" aspect of the question in
twelve upoochos. ,
Henry Ward Boechor has consent- lie
to present the JJiblo argument o ! F
the temperance question in five public Je
The soda water and " "
"pop" temper ho
ance agitation have antagonized the th
whole movement by employing Col. oa
itobt. Ingorsoll to aivo oiclit lectures oaBi
convict Mr. Boochor's
Biblical mis i-1 im
Mr. R. It. Smith , a journalist who an
took part in the fight against prohibi- > ,
tion , will accompany the party to | til
keep them straight ,
8. R. SMITH , will
Secretary Liberal Loaguo. der.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
The Mysterious Woman Proves to Bo
"Lone Eliza , " and No Murder
The mystery which has shrouded
the strange sounds in the ravine nnd
the supposed murder of n wonmn , is
now solved. The police having boon
kept in n state of suspense for several
days , and having hunted in vnin for
the ghastly , bloody form of a woman
hid in the woods , can now rest easy.
The pistol shots , the erica of murder ,
t'io evidence of a struggle , the finding
of a gentleman's sual ring , some silver
coin and a broken bottle , no longer
point to murder. The facts are two
men in a buggy came on
the evening in quation to
ono of the dug-outs in the
easterly part of the city , and got a
woman known as "Long Eliza" to toke
a ride with them , The trio wore allen
on a pretty big drunk and they wore
the ones who were soon driving up
into the ravino. They got into a row ,
while in the buggy , and the liorso
taking a dash to ono tide of the road ,
overturned the buggy , spilled the
whole crowd out , and it was this
"hurrah" which gavoriso to the whole
sensation. The woman was not killed ,
nor is she missing. She bears upon
her fnco some of the marks of the
row , but her injuries are not of a ser
ious nature. Nuithor of thomcn con
cerned seem disposed to apply for the
ring or money found , preferring to
knot ) their identity hidden rather
thai\ \ have their names made public in
connection with such a disgraceful
row. The bottle smashed was ono
which had contained a little of the
ardent which served aa the inspiration
for the midnight muss.
It appears that Eliza has had a
young man ns a sort of a temporary
partner in life , and said youn ; * man
objected to her frequenting the dutj
out , and determined she shall not go
there. : This was the cause of the
whole ! row , a portion of it haviiig been
had near the dug outs before the trio
started on their ride , and the termina
tion of which formed the basis of the
sensation which * so stirred the police
force , and excited the neighbors in the
vicinity of the affair.
TAKING A TICKER.
The Cool Robbery of a Hotel Man-
A Fight in the Calaboose.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Sanders ,
the , proprietor of the Burlington
house , was relieved of his gold watch
in a. decidedly bold manner. While
sitting at his hotel talking withR |
others , ho pulled out the watch to sco
what time it was. A young man
named John Koderick asked him if ho
wanted to sell it , and in the courao of
talk asked to look at it. The ticker
was handed to him , and ho in turn
handed it to another named Hobert
Thompson , who proceeded to run
off with it. Mr. Sanders reported
the affair to the police and chief
Field and Oflicor Morse soon had the
two men in custody. When the of
ficers arrested Thompson they found
him in company with a young man
named Harvey , whom they arrested
also , as Harvey had been concerned iu
a like taking of a watch fromadrunk-
on man last spring. The watch was I f
not recovered. '
After the thrco had boon locked up
in the calaboose , Oflicor Brooks
brought in a man named John Henry ,
who was so drunk that ho had to bo
brought in an express wagon. John
Henry was no sooner shoved into the
calaboono than Harroy pitched onto
him for a fight , and struck him
two or three blows , causing the blood
to flow from his mouth. John Hen-1
ry speedily sobered up and got sweet | C
rovongo. Ho turned about and
pounded Harvey until the latter
squealed and took to the cot. When
the officers entered fcho room , Harvey i j
was taking a continuation of the
pounding , while John Henry was do-
livoring an address , in which ho deLi C0
clared that ho had aorred in the army p
too long to stand abuao from a dirty
' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 >
Woman's Stranpco Fancy Imaglna- ac
tlvo Robbers and Murdorors. op
Creston Advertiser , April 8. jjjj
There arrived in this city laat night
woman about fifty years of ago ,
whoso imagination , it sccma , has
been playing her some sorry pranks ,
She wont from the train to the llovero
House and registered ns Winnie JIc-
Calo , giving her homo na Pennayl-
vannio. She had a ticket for Omaha ,
whore she was going to visit friends )
but was afraid to continue her jour
ney , she said , because there was a
band of robbers following her and aho
know they would murder her.
Her strange actions and talk showed
plainly she was dement ed and
every attention was given her by .L
Landlord Yiincoy. IIo was compelled
lock her in a room finally , so violent
did she become , and nil night she
kept expressing her fears of being it
robbed , and murdered. This morning I r
she was turned over to Father Pholiin ,
who telegraphed to Omnha to find out , . ,
'something of her friends , whoso naiuo
the woman said was Furroll , As soon L
word is received from them she will by
sent forward on her journey. Shu
has money , is well clothed , and evi
dently in comfortable circumstance * ) ,
and it is diflicuU to account for her
strange hallucination ,
Missouri Getting Back at the i
National Associated i'rou.
KANSAS Om' , April ( i. Captain ,1 ,
Morris , constable- Richmond
township , arrived in this city last
night , and reports the body of Wood
Hito , the train robber killed last
December , was found n few days ago \
burled in un old spring near the
house occupied nt the time by the near
Ford brothers , ono of whom killed \
Josao James. Testimony brought
at the inquest which' was
hold nt Biohmond developed the fact
that Dick Little reached Ford's house
early ono morning , found Hito and
Bob Ford together , and a quarrel im- U
modiutoly began , Hito was shot
through the lioad and arm. Ford
Littln carried the body away and
burned it. The inquest will bo con
tinued to-day , and Capt. Morris ex
pects that Bob Ford und Dick Little
be arrested on the charge of mur
A Sensation and a Scandal Tem
perance Talk nnd Other
Corrcudontlcnco ol THE linn.
UJ.ANC AHD , Ia. , April 5 , When
THE BP.E came yesterday bringing the
first news of the killing of Jessie
James it was the main topic of talk
on the stroots. Many are disposed to
regard the story ns only sensational ,
s it is thought impossible that the
noted desperado would bo found a
resident of St , Joo. Wo are waiting
anxiously the arrival of THE BKK to
A Clarinda mother sent n novcn-
teen-ycnr-old daughter down hero a
few weeks ago to live with an undo ,
and a short titno afterward aho gave
birth to a child. The undo feels
deeply aggrieved , but the girl's mother
proposes not to know anything of it.
The unfortunate girl and child will betaken
taken homo this week.s the parties
are respectably connected wo with
hold the names.
Cal Shultz , our enterprising miller ,
1ms opened a flour and feed store _ on
Main street. Our people USD Min
nesota flour at $5 a hundred , and
Braddyvillo flour at $4. Although
our homo flour is just as 'good and
costs only § 3.75 , but people are natur
ally disposed to patronize outside
rather than homo institutions.
Rov. 11. M. Shcrrard and T. ] G.
Crooks are attending the United
1'rcsbytorian presbytery at Rod Oak
this week. That presbytery numbers
nineteen ministers and twenty con-
gregationo. The distinguishing fea
tures of that body is that thev use
only the inspired psalms -in divine
worship , and are opposed to all secret
The temperance people of our township -
ship have organized an association ,
electing O. J. Col ton , president ; J.
Vinacko , vice president ; R. Johnston ,
secretary , and R. J. Sharp , treasurer.
Meetings are held every Thursday
evening at the church , and it is de
signed to vigorously agitate the great
issue which is to como before the people
ple on the 27th of nt Juno. It is
proposed that every ( school district ,
hamlet and township bo thoroughly
aroused and organized. The rum
traflic may well dread the light , but
thio CAUSO of God and humanity will
bo proclaimed on the house tops and
discussed throughout the state.
Improvements are going on exten
sively hero. Many now residences
are going up , and several now stores
Rufus Johnston , editor of The
Record , went up to Council Bluffs
yesterday on business. Ho has laid
in a largo stock of now type , and
having , been formerly in the book
publishing business , ho is prepared
to do the finest work in printing.
Atchison county , over the line , has
passed through a hard court house
light. Rockpbrt , .the present county
seat , called two elections for the pur
pose of voting bonds to build a $10-
000 court house at Rockport , but lost
it both timca. '
A Tstrong influence is being used
toT tike the county seat to
T.irhio , which is on the railroad and
near the center of the county. That
town , aided by other parts of the
county , han begun the erection of a
40,000 courb house , to bo presented
to the county at the fo.ll election.
FRESH LOT OF MULES. . .
Mace Wise has just received 50' ' "
head of fine mules , which ho offers for
sale at low prices. Call and sea them
at MACE WISE'S BAHN , Scott street ,
near Broadway , Council Bluffs.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOT1CK. Special ertlsernents , < u
Lost , found , To Loan , For Bale , To Rent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this
column ] at the low rate of TEN CENTS PER
LINE for the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINK ( or each subsequent insertion.
Leave ( ulv crtlscmcnta at our'otllce , No. 7
Pearl Street , near UroaJway.
' BALK Bx-M or Vaugh&n otTeri the
EO't stores" and "two eight room rool-
donees" adjoining Dohanj's opera hou'o and
oppoolto thn city market , lor sale or trade > t a
bargain , Thu four buildings are well ada ted
fora I nf8 boai ding cbtablUhmcnt , hote , hos-
pltol. tie. aplT-lf
A oman to rook , waih andlroi.
WAN1IID at Major Clatk's , No. 231 out
Market street , Council Ulutli. ap7'4t ! ni
TTTA 'TED Two experienced silwmcM to sell
YY shirts a dgcntt' furnishing ioodsln No-
hraska anil ion a. Kefotcnccs required. Good
salary to good men. tf , F .
/ANTCD AUho , Intelligent Solicitors ( or
thoMtituaUknrflt Association ol Council
JlliiHsfortouiisMiJ countlm in lona. Apply
letter to the HicrMary , ad2
ANTUD A wld'w lady \\ltli four children -
dron wauls to keep Iiouso on a farm. Tor
putlculnn Inquire nt iluo'omce ,
I710K lU'NT Ono or two unfurnished rooms ,
Kllli or without board. Coincident to
trans er. Vr . W II. Pradlmry , Tourth nvc-
niiu , Eccciul nutt ilcor vest tivtviitu'iith street.
. W. I , . PATTON I'hjitclan and Oculist.
Dll. euro any easn of eoro c > o > , It 1 * only
atter of rinio , and can curu general ! } in
thrcu tu fho vcukar-lt inaVuii
9111 - no dillor- p
unco ) io\r long dltcaacd. Vt'ill straighten crofu f-
vyce , . opcrato anil rtinoio 1'lsrFKinuia , etc. , and *
insert urt'l'l'lclal mm aps'-ti
TOOK SALE Ilca'itilul residence iota , $60
) cicli ; nothing uowii , and 91 per week only ,
: WANTING boiielloo qtiillty brosm
ANVONi can Ktt It liv urltini ; to
uplS tf I1. V. JIAYNK , Ojuncll Illuffj ,
To IU ) lioiiKiaml lot on monthly
WANTKU . Audrev X. Jleo ottlte.
marl 3 tf.
'ANTED To lent a email cottage nt cnco.
W Addrcfs 0. J ! . , or cniiulro at UHK oitlce.
1I7ANTKD To rent A ten room iioueu In
W Bomu ceod neighborhood or tttostmller
houses mdit by side , Addrcus C , O , I'-ox 707.
Coum.ll liluffs. or anpln at lien olllce , Council
\TrANTED-B\cryuody In Council Illufft lo I
YY t ° take Tim UIK , 0 centa per "celc.de
llvcrcd by carriers. Olllce , No 7 Pearl Htroat'
\T7" "ANTEl ) To buy 100 tons broom corn.
W For partlculan address Council BluOi
ntuqm r wwii , Council lllutls. low * . 663-20U
SALE Old papers S5o per hundred , at
FOll lleo offlco. Council Illuila. se37-tl
KENT Largo house , centrally located ,
EOU Krounda , etc. , 325 per month. Enquire
HKK ol ce apll-tf
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice oi the Peace and W.
Notary Public ,
415 Broadway , Council Bluffs. | A
Deeds and i ort | ti
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything iu Staples nt
the Lowest Prices ,
Fresh Roast Cofiees ,
Ohioce Drawing Teas ,
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CIiniSTOl'HEH , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs , Ia.
IN THE CITY ,
We keep everything yon-want
in First 01 IBS , Choice , Clean
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
CARtfED GOODS ,
And \ve also sell the finest Im
ported Goods , Eastern and West
ern Goods put up. All Canned
Goods reduced 10 per cent ,
Send for our Prioesi
Strict attention paid to Mail
Agenti for Washburn's Super
F , J , OSBORNE & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We glvo Bpccl&l attention to
Stamp Hills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
Kill rocclyo prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods. Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Ooal ,
OHAS , HENDRIE ,
2. OSCAR. V/ILBE 2.
Bixby & Wood ,
OnBanoroftorFourth ( Streets. )
AN3 LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , IOWA.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Qlasa , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
BROADWAY , - COUNCIL UI.UFFS , IOWA.
MES. fl , J , flILTOW , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadway , Council Bluff-
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Oor. I'earl & lit Ave. COUNCIL DLUKK8.
. 8. AMENT. JACOB SIMS.
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsollors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IIJWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
Broadway , Oor , Fourth St
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
, Weber. Lmdeinan , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $20O and upward.
Burdett , Western Oottage.t Tabor and
Paloubot Organs , $60 andupward. Musi
cal MorohanoiBe of every diecription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Sheet-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock ia largo , full and com
plete. Musical Journal free on applica
tion. Correspondence Solicited.
G J. MUELLER ,
103 South 5th Street.
COUMCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOWMAN , ROHEEE & CO , ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
' PURCHASING AGENTS
And Dcalcrs.In nil kinds ol Produce .
Prompt attention elvcn to all consignments.
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
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-WILL SUPPLY ON SHOKT NOTICE-
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable "f
In their season. Orders promptly filled and dclhcrcd to Express office frco of charge. Send foi .
JMiloguc , ' / '
Mirrors , Upholsterj , Eepairinff , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. lirya t St. , Council Blufls , Iowa.
KWA WYOMING COAL.
HANDLED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
STARR & REYNQLDS/IQ7 Main St.
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEAI.EIIS . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. '
OOTTJNTOXX. JBaUXTJErg'S ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands , *
and a number ar Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - CPU VQIL BLTJFS ' i
The New Styles for 1882.
Largest Stock in Western Iowa.
11 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Or , in the language of Cromwell , we say to the little
souls who deal in Shoddy Goods and Misrepresenta
tion by telling their handful of customers that Our
Prices are above their own , to "Fire Away Flanigm. "
Our Customers know we deal in
Honest Made , Comfortable Fitting , Stylish
And that our prices . are as low ns it ia possible to sell good goods. Investi
gate for yourself.
Z. 'T. ' UNDSEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
And WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLARIHDA IOWA ,