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6 THE JDAIJL * JBEE-COUJSTOiL BLUFFS , IOWA FBI DA y APEIL U 1581
Friday Morning April 14
BUBscmrrioN UATES :
By Carrier , - - - * - SO cents per wee *
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Noa
0. E. JlAYNE , Man ( tcr City Circiil tlo .
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
Get your cash bookc , day boolc * , led
sera and other blank book * at SeamnnV.
There hasn't ' been any break out ai
Ihe city calaboouo for a whole week.
Joseph llclter makes sutU up In th (
latest styles at 310 Broadway. Ar.14-1 !
Thera ara only thirteen prisoners ! r
jail now , and no addition ? for n werki
The river In now falling rapidly , anil
fish ftte left on the banks as dry M atopoi
How about that new street car Urn
was going to ba built all o fait by Col ,
Chapman ct alt
F. 1F rd guarantees the best 81.50 ,
f 1.75 and $2.00 ghlrtu made In Ilio west
Bluff and Willow strcoU. at > r2-tf
Only ono drunk nn'd that n plain ono
was dlspORcd ot by Jndge Ayletworth
If S. Bernstein , of Omaha , who hai a
mortcago on the furniture in Annallenry.V
bouto , has gobbled It , because Anna lion
skipped out ,
Baylies' park is being cleaned tip and
put in One ehapo. The settees have be n
put out for the convenience of those who
want to Bit nnd shiver In thechilly weather.
P Legal leave to marry was yesterday
given to J. E. Bcchtcl , of Clinton , nnd
Miss Jennie 0. Hared , of Maquokotn ; nlao
to M. J. White , of Crawford , nnd &Iisa
Alice M. Tabor , Walnut.
Several prairie schooners went yeator-
day clear to the edge of the river In search
of a terry , and were much annoyed to find
that there was but ono way to got ncross
the water. There is need for the wagon
brldgo talked of. Ifurry it up.
Mrs. J. J. Bliss , [ of 323 Broydway , ,
has just recerned from New York with the
choicest assortment of millinery and fancy
goods to ba found in the city. She desires
our lady readers to c.tll and Inspect her
A number of those interested In th
Consolidated Mining company wore in the
Ity yesterday , on business connected with
that organization. Ainonj ; them were
J. 11. Kustz , of Indiana ; A , C. Smith ,
Indlanala ; J. T. Walker , Grand Rapids ,
< Kansas and J. B. Gregg , of Hod Oak.
Ernest Net J nnd Sohnnon Oshcrberger
were before the superior court yesterday ,
charged with disturbing the peace. They
had been Indulging In a little row , and
bad done some mutual nose-tapping.
Their casca were adjusted by each being
fined $5 and costs.
Those who have heardRov. Mr. Cops-
land's sermons delivered here nnd who
have become interested in his line of dis
cussion , have secured him to deliver on
address on "Ingersoll" In Dohaney'a'hall
next Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. , which all
ara Invited to hear him.
The first annual concert andball of
Berry's Juvenile band will bo given at
Bloom fie Nlxon'H hall next Monday ove-
fc'i ' jiinfj , The ticket * are placed at ono dollar
lar , and the enterprise and efficiency
uhown by this young musical organization
should cause the Bales to be lively and the
The news comes from Avosa that the
wife of Mayor Didrlch , of that place , died
there Wednesday and was buried the norno
day. She had nearly recovered from the
small-pox when typhoid fever followed
cauitoghcr death , the circumstances of
which were peculiarly sad. As a matter
of necessity the funeral tool ; place the
Somd of the ladloi have taken special
interest In the juvenile band , and purpose
furnishing refreshments for the danso to
bo given by the boys next Monday oven ,
ing. Those who feel disposed to join In
this worthy encouragement of the boys'
enterprise , are requested not to wait to bo
called upon personally , but to send what
refreshments they cheese to donate , to
Bkom & Nixou'a hall , Monday evening.
A woman at the transfer yesterday
received in change , ID buying her ticket , a
five-dollar gold piece , She took it for n
new penny , and made quite a little utti
about the outrageous charges made by the
railways. It was seine time before ehc
could be convinced that It was not c
penny , and the declared that elio uovsi
Lad seen n gold piece boforu. The fust
she made wan proof sudiclcnl that BUCI !
was the case.
One man , who was prttty well boozed
\fot ncsday evening , was tossing hit
money about quite carelotslyiin. aaalbon ,
and generously gav the tack and con <
tent , about ( even dollars , to a straugoi
standing near by. The stranger tried tc
s get him to take it back , but ho would nul
I have It , and the utrftnger took the mono )
f to the police station , where he left it foi
safe keeping nnd when ( he owner after
wards secured It when he went there lc
complain of being robbed.
Anna Henry , the woman of the lown :
who stands accused of having beaten H ;
unmercifully little Willie Simpson , lw
not yet been arrented , uhe having , appar
ently , nklpped tlie town. John Plcruoii
who has been asunoiated with Anna , ha
disappeared also , uud it is supposed tha
the twain have departed together. It I
to be said to Fienou'a credit that ho In
terfered with the woman , and prevented
Ler from whallnglthe child to death. Hav
iug been tried once for perjury , once fo
assault and robbery , and again for rat
raney , he has evidently concluded tha
this city is getting to warm for him , an
accordingly ekipped , and Anna dlsappeai
ed at the same time.
Tae Log- Crop ,
Reports from the lumber countr ;
indicate that in Jho upper Miasissipti
the cue of logs has boon D0,000,00
more than last year. In the > Viscou
0in pineries , except ; in the far north
the out has been-leu than last year.
( The roporta taken : together do not indicate
dicato any shortage , such as vvouli
justify an advance m the prioo of lum
BEATING NATURE ,
A Now Process of Making Stont
which Promises to Revolu
tionize Building ; ,
Mr. W. W. Patterson nnd W. U
lloxto , both of Gornine , the latter be
ing the editor of Tno Gar.olto of tha
place , were in the city yesterday , nm
They made TUB UKF a call , nnt
showed BO mo samples of an artiflcia
stone , on which they have secured loiters
ters patent. They had still other am
larger specimens at their rooms at the
hotel , to which they invited the in
spection of a number of those of our
citizens who would bo interested in
such an invention. These blocks and
pieces wore subjected to very severe
tests and to close examination under
the glass , by different callers , and
there certainly appeared every reason
for believing that these gentlemen
have hit upon a wonderful process for
securing the best possible building
material at a cost placing it far below
atone itself , and at the stun a time pos-
ss ng many advantages over atone.
So many kinds of cheap substi
tutes for stone have boon introduced ,
nnd BO many of thcsu have had defects ,
that there is naturally dome prejudice
\nd doubt , but this artificial stone
ms ovideutly boon made on the only
: rue basis. Instead of following the
usual courzo of trying to firmly cement
land into blocks , these gentlemen
mvo hit upon a process for crystalli
zing all particles into ono solid mats ,
n any form desired. This crystalli
zation is so perfect that in polishing
every particlu is ground down without
, ho least breaking away , and each
> article being as firmly in plcco as in
tatural stone. It is impervious to
moisture , is not affected by heat or
cold , and in fact stands tests which
natural atone weakens or changes
under. Its hardness is such that a
; rindntono from it will cut away iron ,
tool or stone , and not bo worn itself
o any extent.
The reason why this ntoiio thus
lands the tests is that the cryttalliza'
ion is perfect. A peace heated as
nuch as possible , and then plunged
nto ice water , did not scorn in the
east affected , though this test was re-
icatod four times. In view of the
lurability , and many other remarka-
ilo qualities , the cheapness is a great
onsidoration. it is made of sand ,
and is crystallized by the use of
roasted limestone , affected by chemi
cals , and the process of manufacture
a KO simple that it can bo carried on
anywhere , saving transportation nnd
other expenses and inconveniences.
There are many features to this
tone which really seem to ouldo na-
uro herself , and although the patent
tapers were not secured until lost
February , capital is Booking to got
lold of it and push it , instead of its
coking capital. Responsible parties
n Now | York Oity are organizing a
: ompany to control its use there , and
n various parts of the west- persons
are scouring permission to use it for a
orm of years , the patentees refusing
o.Boll out rights.
If it proves all that it now gives the
dssuranoo of proving , this stone will
make a big change in building , as a
durable , tiro-proof , handsome build
ing can bo made of it at little more
cost than of wood , and much less than
of nature's stone. Per paving it can
bo so used that a whole street can bo
made as of solid rock without a breaker
or a seam. In fact , its possibilities
com BO great that tn eulogize upon
hem would only servo to so stagger a
man as to make him doubt whether
such a thing could bn true. Yet the
; ontlomcn named stand ready to sub-
nit the artificial atone to tests under
ho hammer nnd chisel , by f fire and
co. by acid , in tact by everything ,
and defy any weakness to bo found.
Charlie Nicholson ban a young friend at
U homo , the now coiner starting In life as
a twelve pounder.
Mr. nd MM. Charles A. Stallne , of
Qulnoy , 111. , were yesterday guceta of tin
Hon.S-T. 0. Cowin , the well known attorney -
torney of Omaha , yesterday paid the city
W. 1Sttpp , jr. , has returned from Col-
ax , where ho hai been recreating and
drlnklpg mineral water.
Auditor Burke has so far recovered
[ r m hU Illness that It is thought ho will
bo in hla oillce to-day.
Mr. Warren , the deputy clerk of the
court , started last evening for Princeton
and other points In lllinoU , to make a
brief visit to friend * .
It Is stated by telrgiaph from Chlcngo
that A. J , Ynrllnp , the nffllstuut uupcrln-
tcmlotit of the Milwaukee & Chicago dl
vMoii of the Milwaukee & St , Paul rail
road , has accepted the Buperintendcnoy ol
the Council BluHM line of that road.
MAKING A RAISE.
$ Probability that the Haloon Licenses
Will Bo Put Up a row Notches.
At the moot ing of the city counci
Wednesday night the city uttornoj
and judiciary committee were in
atructed to frame a now ordinance ii
regard to liquor licenses.Vhilo \ ne
definite instructions are given yet , i
is understood that the restrlc
tions are to bo much more close thai
heretofore , and that the license is t <
bo raised considerably , and i
is underslood that it wi !
be placed at § GOO. Then
will bo a general how
among those interested , but it wil
have the effect of weeding out main
of the doggerels and will cause th
saloons to bo fewer in number ant
raoro orderly in management. Peti
tions have been
circulated for one
against raising the licenses , and then
will be much said
pro and con , a
plenty of lime will bo given for tall
and action. The ordinance will no
bo reported until the first moot ng ii
May , and will then , by an understam
ing had among the aldermen , lay eve
for thirty days ,
A MODEL IOWA TOWN.
Greenfield Growing Gradually
Mnanfnotnrlntr nnd Btuincs * In
toroDt * Educational and
Correspondence of The te.
GnKENMELT ) , la. , April 4. Twenty
three miles from Orcston , in a northerly
orly direction , is the growing younj
city of Greenfield , the county scat ol
Adair county. It has been but a fen
years since thia northern branch ol
the 0. , B. & Q. was built from Ores.
ton to Fontanollo , the old county seat ,
but during these few years the growth
of the town has boon like many othei
such cities in Ihis "Groat West , "
"steady and strong. "
s on the divide between the waters ol
Grand river on the east and the Nod a.
way on the west , and on the grand
divide between the MUsissippi and the
Missouri ; in fact it seems like a pecu-
iar center , with high ribs of land ox-
sting out in all directions , so thai
railroads could roach it from any point
of compass with a natural grade , and
almost no cuts , fillings or bridges , and
the road now operating hero is an ex
ample of this , for it seems to almost
allow n natural grade from the main
iuo , although in eomo places the grade
s a little sharp , and often the road
seems to bo on a sharp ridge. It is
oxpectcd also that the proposed oxton-
ion of the railroad to this place from
Wintoraot , thirty miles caat of this ,
will follow on another divide with
only ono bridge.
was laid out in 1850 by .Milton 0.
rlungor , the original proprietor of
Momnouth , 111. , and for years it was
i noted and convenient station for the
nail. stage , for the traveler , and the
migrant. In 1874 , it became the
ounty seat , and throe years later
when the locomotive came screaming
long the border of the village , it in-
used now life , increased the various
ndustrial enterprises , and established
n the minds of the people that a city ,
of at least local importance , is fast
rowing , hero on the highlands , 900
eot above the Father ot Waters , and.
,400 feet above the sea. The sur-
ounding country Is fertile , well sot-
led , and healthy ; and good water is
ound in abundance at a depth of 1C
o 25 foot , while a largo majority of
ho farming element are supposed to
'join in" with the prohibition opin-
ons of this Ohio community against
ho license system , and it is expected
> y the friends of the "amendment" all
ror this section , that a good vote will
ay , "Them's my Bontimonto too , "
or both tickets in the last city elec-
.ion were distinctly labeled tompor-
ire six churches , with two good
louses , and two more in course of con
traction , the Methodists being the
first on the ground. Several tornpor-
nco organizations , holding regular
meetings , with good attendance , and
ovoral secret orders and a brass band.
ntcrcsta lire not neglected , for the
graded sshool with. its six or eight do-
mrtmonts is ably managed and well
up to the times , as might bo expected ,
while the people are aa a class , readers
and are ably led by an intelligent clor-
jy , and an independent press.
of the county , three in number , are
all ropoblican , The Observer , of Fon-
onollo , haying as yet , the largest cir
The Transcript , edited and publish-
> d by E. Spoonor , is an able and fear-
ess sheet , and has the largest ciroula-
ion in the city. Mr. Spooner is an
Dbcrliu man who has spent many
years in the practice of medicine , and
o-day takes a clear diagnosis of the
moral and political situation before
the American people.
The Go\v Bros , are pushing The
lleportor , the oldest paper in the
county , that it shall keep up in march
of progress , enterprise , and liberal
deus , and these two papers do much
to sway the opinions nnd control the
votes , of the 1,200 , inhabitants of this
THE TWO BANKS
are doing a good business , in neat and
pleasant quarters , and are supplied
with the best of conveniences for aafo
Mr. A. P. Litlloton , the cashier of
the Citizens' bank , is the first sub-
loribor to TUB BEE in the city , ho
liaving become acquainted with the
paper while visiting his friends in
Ohio , who were also regular readers
of THK BEK. Mr. Littleton is ono of
the early Bottlers in this city , is the
managing head of the bank , tin insti
tution which is a credit to any city ,
and has been the first and only mayor
of the city , until this spring , when he
lays oil' the dignity of "Your honor"
to attend to the largo and incroasinu
duties of the bank.
of the place may bo estimated by th (
number of its business houses mostlj
clustered around the public Equare
There are two each of banks , news
papers , churches , shoo stores , driu
stores , furniture houses , harness shops
millinery stores , and lumber yardai
There are twelve lawyers , live phyal
ciuns , a half dozen hotel and boarding
houses , five stores of general mer
chandUo and three of groceries , three
of hardware , one steam elevator , jewelry
olry store , photographer , dentist , livery
ory , etc.
Wo particularly noliced Iho largt
number of now buildings Ihis season
Wo learned that the old Kirkwooc
House is about to become extinct , a
parties from the coat have bought i
intending to romoyo it and build i
good hotel in its place , possibly ro
tainiug the old and familiar name ; ant
all these additions , with Ihe varioui
shops , mill , creamery , wire fence fac
tory , and other producing enterprises
in addition to the business whicl
naturally is found at the county eea
keep up an activity and indicate tin
thrift and enterprise of the citizens
and th growth and prosperity of tin
City. BVCKETE ,
CONGREGATIONAL CONCERN !
Announcement Made for tbo Meotltif
of the Council Bluffa Association
The Council Bluffs association o :
Congregational churches will meet al
Lewis next .Tuesday afternoon , the
session to cloao Thursday evening. Or
the opening evening Rov. J. Allen'
dor is to lecture on "Christianity'a
Estimate ol Women. " Wednesday
afternoon the homo missionary work
to bo discussed , and in the evening
Ilov. G. G. Perkins is to preach.
The following topics have been ar
ranged for discussion at various hours
during the proceedings :
The Mcjslanto Prophecies 0. Ilamlln
Murmonism In Iowa J. O. Stevenson
How Many Keform Societies Do Wo
Necdr H. Avery
Imposition of John 14:12. : . . .0. N , Lymau
ThoKolatlon of the Pastor to the Great
Questions of the Day S. J Beach
The Amendment Points to be watched
Before and Alterthe Voto.P , It.Adams
Principles of Nevr Testament Quota
tions. . O. M. Orvis
Inspiration. , , , J. Todd
The Possibility of Maintaining n Itc-
vlvnl Spirit In the Church through
the year II. V/ . Knapp
the Kingdom of Christ Gaining
GrouniJ E. S. Hill
The following delegates have boon
chosen from Council Bluffs : E. E ,
liarknoss , Don A. Judd ; alternates ,
El. M. Stevens , Eugene Wcstervclt.
All interested are invited to attend
It cost $12 7GC.73 to run Waterloo
during the last municipal year/
There are forty-fire telephone sub
scribers in LoMars.
Clayton county has paid $330 for
wolf acalps since the first of January.
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul
road has secured the right of way to
enter DCS Moines.
Two hundred and twenty persona in
ho city of Dubuqiio are receiving ro-
ief from the county.
The Onawa Gazette denies that
diphtheria is prevalent in that place ,
as has boon reported.
Robert Mooney , a young man about
! 5 years of ago , who lives in Burling-
ou , was severely , if not fatally
> ruisod by the cars last week ,
Dr. F. M. Powell , of Qlonwood , has
) oou appointed superintendent of the
asylum for feeble minded children at
Bills aggregating nearly $4,000 for
small pox expenses have been pre
sented to the Plymouth county board
The not' receipts of the Waterloo
wstoflico for the first quarter of the
roar , over and above salary and all
other expenses , were $2,600.
John Hondricks , an old lothario
who has numerous grandchildren , re
cently eloped from Memphis , Mo. ,
with a 10 year old girl , was arrested
ioar Keokuk the other day and was
aken back homo in irons.
In Hancock county recently , while
Wm. Lawyer was out hunting , the
; un was a-ccidontly discharged , the
oad passing through ono of his legs
ind then through his hand , shooting
ho latter all td pieces , and necessita
ting amputation at the wrist.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisements , m 11
xut , Found , To Loan , For Bale , To Best ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In this
column at the low rateof TEN CENTS PER
LINE for the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion.
Leave odv crtlsemcnta at our office , No. 1
"carl Street , near Uroadway.
I.MJKBALK WclOcrlrund , or Woman's
1 > Friend , the great Merman discovers- ,
'osltlvo euro for female weakness In all Us
various fonns and stage * . At
aprlS-lm DEITATEN'S Drugstore.
l.lUrt bALIv hx-Mnjor Vwuglian olltru tlio
U "two stores" and "two eight-room resi
dences" ndjoliilnjj Dohany's opera home and
> ppo.lto the city market , tor Ealo or trndo at a
jarg&ln. The four buildings arc- well adapted
'or ' n largo boai ding establishment , hoto' , lies-
altal. etc. ] apl7-tt
\I7ANTKD Uooks to kiop wheio work can
VY bo dotio moinlng and evening alee copy-
tig. All Imilncn contldcntlal. for further
particulars call at 331 Ilroadwny , Sd floor , or
address D. II. Mario. n2 tf.
A good girl 'or ' general bouse
WANTED on < who Is worth good vraeaand
s willing to earn them. Ap ; > 1y at Bs ofllce ,
Pearl street. al2-tf.
ANTKD-Actlro , IntclllKcnt Sollctlora for
, , the Mutual ftrncflt Association of Council
Bluffs for towns nd counties In Ion a. Apply
personally or by letter to the Secretary. o6-2w
A widow lady with four chil
dren wants to keep house on a farm. For
particulars Inquire at Ileo Office ,
lOIt KENT Ono or two furnished rooms ,
_ with or without board. Convenient to
trans'cr. Mn. W H. 1'radbury , Fourth ave
nue , eecf ml west door vent Seventeenth street.
W. U I'ATION 1'liyblclan and Oculist.
D1U euro any case of sere cyoj. It la only
n matter of time , and .can cure Rent-rally In
( Mm three to ll\o weeks-It makes no differ-
cnco how long dUcascd. Will straighten cross
oyca , operate and remove I'lyrfflnms , etc. , and
Insert artlflclal eyes _ npS-tt
"TTIOrl 1IKNT Two nicely furnUhcd rooms to
_ L' tingle gentlemen , In very detlralilo location.
TmOll KENT. Two $20 houses and ono store ,
In 32 ! ) llroadw ay. Apply
aprU-lui A M. WIISON.
Ail experienced waiter at No.
WANTKIl I'drnham street. Omaha , Neb.
TraOU BALK-Uca-itilul rcildcnco loin , SflO
' 1 ! each : nothing down , and 8J per week only ,
by tX-MAVOll VAUQUAN.
WANTING soroenne'quillty broom
ANVONU can ett U l > r wrltlnj ; to
uplS tf 1' . T. ilAVNE , Council Dluffl.
To buy houioand lot on monthly
WANTEU . Addrei X , Boo otSce.
'ANTED To rent a iniall cottair * &t once.
W Address 0. M. , or enquire at Itts office.
\TtrANTED-KMT ) body In Council Bluff * la
> V to Ukg Tin 1) , 20 cents per wcoV , de
tUercd by carriers. Office. No 7 PcorlBtrofttl
near Broadway ,
TXTANTED To buy 100 tool 'broom corn.
YY For lurtlcuUn tddreaa Council Bluffi
Iroom Factory , Council Bluflt , Iowa. 663-29(1
"nWK BALE Old paperi SEe per hundred , at
J The Hep offlc . Council Iilufl . c8T-tl
" | 7\OU \ UKNT Large bou , centrally located ,
J } nice Kroundi , etc. , 8i6 p r tuontb. Enquire
EDWIN J , ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace and
Notary Public ,
415 Broad way , Council Bluffs ,
Dccdi nd iuoitag i
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
3T3ESOE1 0700 3JEfCr33.
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices.
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St. and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
\VJI. cnniSTOHIEa , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
GOLD ! . GOLD 1 GOLD !
Bright and yellow and bird and cold ,
Molten , graven , hammered nnd roll'd ,
Heavy to Ret and light to hold ;
Hoarded , battered , bought and sold ,
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled ;
Spurned by the young , but hugged by the
To the very verge of the churchyard
Price of many a ctirao untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If you want to hove gold you must
spend vour money to the very best advant
age. Do business with cash men , and
where only one price will be asked or
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are right. Our business is a
juanvnteo that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLORisour motto. Our busi
ness Is in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are going off very cheap. Teas
and Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
see us , we will do you pood.
F , J , OSBORNE ft 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
House. ] _
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smeltiag Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MAOHINEEY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pioing ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , ( Joke , Coal ,
OHAS , HENDRIE ,
2i OSCAR. WILDE 2 ,
Bixby & Wood ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMEK ,
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
KT T X S * I ? 1SS ,
Cor. Pearl & Ut Ave. COUNCIL BLUFF&
. MAUBBR & ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rlob Out Glass , Pine French China ,
Silver Ware &o.t
8(0 BROAPWAT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MES. fl , J , HILTON , M , DM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
228 Broadway , Council BIujf * _
W. B. AUKMT. JACOB B1U3.
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oouncollors-at-Law ,
a 0 J X OIL BLUFFB , IUWA.
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Oor , Fourth St. . ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Ohiekering , Weber. Lindeman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $200 and upward.
Burdett , Western Cottage , ; Tabor and
Paloubet Organs , $50andupward. Musical
cal Merchandise of every discription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Shoot-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re TJ
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is large , full and com
plete. Musical Journal tree on'applica s
.A. tion. Correspondence Solicited.
. . Address :
.A.O d. MUELLER t , i
103 South 5th Street. o
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOWMAN , KOHREE & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
I PtJECEASING AGENTS
And Dealers in all kinds ol Produce Prompt attention irfrcn to all consignments.
NOB. 22. 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
"W" . EC. ZFOSTIEIR
WILL SUPPLY ON SHORT NOTICE
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
In their season. Orders promptly filled nnd delivered to Exprcea office free ol charge. Send ( or
Mirrors , Upholstery , Bepairing , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
IOWA WYOMING COAL
HANDLED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ,
STARR & REYNOLDS. 107 Main St
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS i. IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. \
, CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Baa For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNK , over Savings Bank , - OOUN'OILi BLUFS
THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF
Wall Paper nd Window Shades
And ilio Largest Assortment to Select j'roiu.
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Uono in the Ijtitost Style of Modern Art.
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pearl St , Council Bluffs.
0. A. 11EKBE , W. RUNYAN , \V. I1EEUE.
G. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Hetail Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Bluffs City Business College , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Here will bo taught cterj branch pertaining to a
' Complete Business Education.
I'upl'a rccthcd at any time , and for any portlrn ot the courto For terms or further
Information , call at S31 Droadnay , Second Floor , oradlresa
D. B. MOUSE. Principle.
J. E. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , CERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full JLlne of Canvas , Felts , Emliroldory , Knitting
Silica and Stamped GoodsNtco Asdortnout of Applique Pictures
FIRE AWAY FLANiGAN !
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 FJanig > n. "
Our Customers know we deal in
Honest Made , Comfortable Fitting , Stylish
And that our prices are as low aa It la possible to sell Efood goods. Investi
gate for yourself.
Z.'T.'LINDSEY ' & CO.
. . . ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IQW1
And WEST SIDfi SQUARE , CLARU1DA IOWA ,
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