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THE DAILY BEE
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Wednesday Morning April 19
SUnsCRIPTlON HATES !
By Currier , - - - - - SOcenti per week.
By Mill , - - - - - - - 810 00 per Year.
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
Broadway.
O. E. MAYNE , M n ffcr City Circulation.
H. W. TII/TON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
Elegant millinery at Bllw1.
tf
No applicants for tnarrlngo HcenuM
yesterday.
A small cnmp of gypalc * are flftrjUtJ
in the southern part of tha city.
Ilaverly's "Strategist * " promtoe to be
) d t Dohany's next Saturday evening.
A fine iron paling It being put up in
front of Mr. 1'lattner'B residence on Broad ,
way.
One solitary drunk ultra clod the nU
tention of the police yetterday and wm
booked as John Al annoy.
A number of the Congrcgationalista
htive gene to Lewis to attend the associa
tion meeting there in progress.
The Round Table devoted last evening1
to Longfellow and his works , the gather
ing being at the house of Mr. on4 Mrs.
Harkneia.
Some Bneakthief on * Monday night
irokointo Dr. A. 13. MaKuno's stable ,
and got away with a set of double harness
of high value.
In digging along Broadway for the
laying of the gaa mains the discovery is
Made that tha wooden sewer is completely
rotten , and in many places broken away.
Justice J. J , Prainey has moved his
office one block further east on Broadway.
He is located now at No. 314 , over Kelt-
cr' tailoring establishment , where ho hag
fitted up a very neat office.
The officers , directors and committee
chairman of the Y. M. C. A. are to moot
At tbo Pacific bouse parlors Friday after
noon at 0 o'clock to uamo committees and
perfect organization and plans for work.
A move is being made to open cither
Madison street or Glenn avenue , or both ,
Jnto Fairmouut park. Any such opening
will prove a great convenience and in
crease the value of property in the vicin
ity of the proposed improvement ,
Fottawattamio county has about its
quota of insane patients at Mt , Pleasant ,
and three of them are to be discharged in
a day or two. There has been an unusual
number of insane sent from hero of late ,
there having been nine slnio the first of
January.
.
Some young imps , who got quite1
thirsty , yesterday afternoon spied a box of
pop standing near the open doorway of
the United States express oflico. They
grabbed three bottles and starting co run ,
were chased. In their haste they dropped
one bottle on the paving , and it was crushed -
ed , but got away with the rest of the
, drink. , ,
, The sad announcement was yesterday
( made of the death of Mrs. John Keller , it
. occurring about 3 o'clock yesterday morn-
j ing. She was ( reported an seriously ill
some days ago , an4 tbo fears then expres [
sed were well founded. She was in bar .
| 3rd year , and with her husband has ro-
1 / aided hero for many yean. The funeral
' , services are. announced , to take place at 2
\ o'clock this afternoon'at the famllyVoot-
t denco on Bancroft atreei.
The deaf and dumb crlppla who bos
proved to be so troublesome in Omaha ,
has given that city a rest for a few daya in
order to bother Council
Bluffs. The po '
lice tried to get him to leave the city , but
It was hard to make him understand fully
and an object lesson
was given him yes
terday , which seemed to provo effectual. '
A piece of rope with a noose at the end of
it was arranged so as to give him a clear
idea that ho was going to bo bung if he
didn't skip. He skipped. Ho
Mrs. J , J. Good , having removed
to moro commodious promises , will bo
i prepared to furnish her customers
with the finest stock of hair goods to
bo found in this city , consisting of
water waves that never require crimp
ing , switches , gold , ailvor and colored the
nets , and all other articles only to bo
found in a first class hair store. Pur
chasers would do well to inspect her
Mock before purchasing elsewhere. at
oprlO It
PERSONAL.
Hon. B. P. Clayton , of Macedonia ,
dined at the Ogden yesterday.
'
Capt. Hlght started yesterday afternoon told
( for Dnbuque to attend court. yet
| D. B , Franklin , of Now York , was but
among the arrivals at tbo Ogden ycster
iay.
iay.The
< The valiant Dan Farrell WAS in the city
fenterday , and reports himielf aa fully re
Covered from his wounds ,
The Cleveland Leader thus chronicles
the arrival there of Juitlco Abbott , who will
fill remain absent until the latter part ol him
bin week : "The polios official * at the
Central yesterday had the pleasure of wol
Doming their old friend and brother offl
er , Mr. Edwin J , Abbott , who , twelve
ears ago , occupied the position o turn' '
ay at the Central station. lie b now a
astice of the peace and a prominent citi-
sn of Council Bluffs , Iowa. of
CHANGE OF TIME , to
' . The through train of the "Omaha
' 'f St. Paul Short Line , Sioux City
Jouto , " now leaves the Council Bluffi rum
transfer depot at 7:30 : p. m , anc
roadway depot at 7:40 : p. m.Chicago rum.
me.
This train runs daily , Sundays in
, uded , the entire train , with sloopirip fo
J baches rttaohed , arriving at St. Pauf
Ho following noon.
j Bliss has the largest and most com work
( eto line of lace neckwear. other
aprlO It est.
were
.The Pxohibitlonlsts of Iowa have inadt
barefnl canvass and think they will be same
> le to carry the prohibitory atnendmen fund
/atleast 20,000 majority. The oppo
tot * of the proposition , boweter , are for
ftfcingr an energetocau | > patgn. a
iKeeley , the motor } nwn , has had a lout
jpe , but be ha fetched the end of it i
\ . A Pkiladelphl judge decided , p
, tuHly , that be muet .make k'uowa hjt
'tobit ockbolder * . bo
[
t
LINE UPON LINE.
Another Manifesto lesuedCon
cerning the Enforcement
of Ordinances.
Doubt Whether the Marshal or
Saloonlsts am Threatened.
At a mooting of the city council on
Monday night , the question of enforcing -
forcing the ordinances camoup again ,
and the following resolution was pro-
Bontcd by Alderman Goddcn , and
adopted :
Resolved , That the city marshal bo
and is hereby instructed to notify all
saloon keepers to keep their doors
closed on Sundays , under penalty of
arrest nnd fine for violating the resolu
tion nnd ordinances of the city in ro
tation to thu same.
The resolution is BO drawn that like
the samples from the ordinances given
byT nBEE yesterday , it is difficult
to dotonnlno what is meant. It teems
that the council thus threatens "somo
ono" with arrest and fine , and by the
reading it seems that the marshal is
the ono who is to bo arrested and
fined , unless ho notifies the saloo
men to keep closed on Sunday. It
simple matter to " "
i "notify" them ,
hat is all , and the city marshal wi
10 so and escape the penalty. Per
mps it moans that the city marsha
hall notify the saloon men that thor
s such a penalty. If tln'n is all thor
s to it , it is a good deal of a farco.
It seems as if the city marsha
ihould not rcquiro any such notic
n regard to his duties. The ordinance
nanco creating that otQco says that i
shall bo hisj duty "to diligently in
quire into and report to the mayo
or superior court all violatlona of the
city ordinances and criminal laws o
; ho state , and to prosecute all person
uilty thereof ; " also , that it is his
.uty "to cause to bo enforced withit
.ho city the laws of the state am
ordinances of the city in relation to
ioenses and traflio in intoxicating
iquors , the suppression of gamin ;
louses and houses of ill-fnrao , arc
vaprancy. " The same ordinance ,
iftor thus doubly defining his dutits ,
loclaros that the marshal shall bo
ubjoct to a $50 penalty for any
noxjoct or refusal to perform those
lutios.
It would seem to the ordinary citi-
Ken that this was enough in the line
of instruction * , but thu council scorn
ed to think that It was nocessaito
oiterato its orders , and at the moot-
ng held March 27 , it passed still
.nothor resolution , as follows :
$
Resolved , That the mayor and mar-
hal bo and they are hereby instruct
ed to enforce rigidly and impartially
ho ordinance defining misdemeanor
nd fixing punishment. .Also the or-
11 nance concerning the closing of sa-
eons and tippling houses.
By the wording of this resolution
ho marshal inferred that ho was to
ook to Mayor Bowman to take the
nitial action , and as the mayor
did not seem disposed to , there
rns allowed to remain the usual
axity. 'Now that the mayor has
ono to Texas , the matter is loft to
.ho marshal , and the council , by its
ast resolution , designates him as the
ono upon whom the responsibility
rests , and repeats his instructions to
BOO that the erdinancos are enforced.
Now Marshal Jackson cannot throw
the responsibility upon the mayor , '
nor can ho wait for the council to take
action , for it has given orders time
and again. An oflicer should not
prait for orders of this kind anyway ,
'or the ordinance tells him plainly
enough what his duties aro. of
Hair cloth skirts and bustles. A
'all assortment at Bliss' . aprlO 3t
its
THE BRICK THRO WER.
Premises to Return and bo Huncr.
If Bis Victim Shall Ohanco to Ole
The Burgess boy who was knocked old
down by a briok thrown by .another
boy named Jasper Adams , does not
provo to be very badly injured , though
escape from death was a narrow
one. Jasper was called befoie Judge
Aylosworth and interrogated. Ho
acknowledged that ho throw the brick
young Burgess , and sobbed bitterly.
The judge remarked that if'the boy don
died ho didn't know but what they
would have to hang him. Ho sobboc \
more than over. Finally the judge
him that the boy was not deac
, and ho would lot him go homo owit OS
if the boy died ho would have to
oomo back and got hung. The boy bomor
promised to return and bo hung if hi
playmate should die , and on th5 Win
assurance was allowed to go , to hi Wat
mother , The probability is now tha a
Jasper will not need to return to b a
hung , but it is to bo hoped that h o'cli
not soon forgot the warning given son
to sin no more.
, it
COUNCIL CONCERNS , ing
to
Sundry Mattera Looked Artor by toe Mrs.
City Patornola.
The council has had surr.
seine difficult
} the
late getting a quorum with whici up
go ou with the work of equalization Mrs
Friday evening there was no quorum bret
Miss
Saturday
evening there
was no quo sidii
, and Monday afternoon
there wa sago
another lutilo Bicll
attempt to got a quo
. Monday evening ihero was stro
enough aldermen a
got together , though afto
transact business , there being Al to
dormon Shugart , Newell , Erchor Mot
Wood and Gonldon. Besides som auir
in equalizing mother
taxes
, there was
her
business of
some
public inter
The
. Bills
to the amount ot $105 ( wife
allowed , tlio warrants for th sidi
, being jlrawn from the genera about
oft
The complaint against Joseph Glen son's
running a shooting gallery withou to
Jlconso was ordered dismissed tomot
on th most
payment of the costs in the auporio
idly
couiland the taking out of the ro ont
quired license.
The following bids for hauling dirt was
tl Mam street fright
were
received
; so
J. P. West , per cubic yard , 25 cents
ash.
ash.John
John Donahue , per cubic yard , 24J
onts cash.
Joseph Sandol , per cubic.'yard , 25 $
onis cash.
W. A. Moore , per cubic yard , 24
onts , general fund.
The city engineer and committee
in streets and alloys were authorized
o contract with Mr. Mocro.
The committee on Indian Creek
mprovemonts reported in favor of re
moving at once the flume between
"irst and Second streets. Concur-
od in ,
The following was adopted in regard
0 the Dohany saloon controversy :
Uosolvod , That the notion of the
ormor council granting a saloon H-
xmso to Mr. A. 0. Dowdy , occupying
lie building near Dohany's hoII , bo
nd iho sftino is hereby rescinded ,
This is apparently the procurer of a
1 rosecution if Mr. Dowdy continues
o floH without a license.
Adjournment was then taken until
last ovoning.
Ladies , ' Children's andMcn's { Dog
Wn Shoes just received warranted
o out-woar anything made of leather ,
3all and BOO them at J. P. FIL
BERT'S , 347 Broadway. ap-15-5t
IOWA ITEMB.
Moaslcs prevail at Atlantic ,
The sports of Atlantic are repairing
ho race track for on early meeting.
Diphtheria in an alarming form has
ppoarod in Jcffcraon township , Du-
uquo county ,
The damage done by last week's cy-
lone in the immediate vicinity of
Ames amounts to $10,000.
Waterloo is making efforts to got
ho Wisconsin , Iowa and Nebraska
ail way.
It is proposed to build a Congroga-
ional church in Storm Lake at an
iarly day.
Ida county warrants now are at par
or the first timo. .
McGregor has iv bonded indebted-
nogs of about $70,000 , and wants to
ottlo it at 35 cents on the dollar.
In Buchanan county the ether day ,
Vm. Bailey , aged CD , fell from his
wagon to the ground and immediately
xpircd. Heart disease.
The board of equalization of Ma-
, joketo has decided to raise the as-
OBfltnonts on about fifty solid men of
hat city to the tune of 670,000.
A man who said that twenty-four
oars ago ho had swindled a church
air in Burlington out of 50 cents , the
thor day called upon an old lady
rho ho understood was ono of the
nanagors of the fair , and insisted on
lor accepting the money. Pass him
around.
Manuon has between $75,000 and
$100,000 worth of buildings in pro- '
pootlvo erection ,
The fruit trees in the immediate _
vicinity of Keokuk are not ruined ,
hough considerable injury was done
iy the late frost.
The Methodists of Ashton are go >
ng to erect a $1,400 church.
Calhoun county has no debt , coun-
y warrants at par and plenty of
iy in ( the treasury ,
Professional gamblers are working
ho towns along the Illinois Central
with very good success.
Upwards of ono hundred farmers
mvo located on now fauns in Dickin
on county within the past three
months.
Work on a now hotel at Sanborn
las boon commenced. It will bo 04 '
'oot square , three stories high , con
ain GO rooms in all , and the cost is
estimated at $10,000.
Clinton has an organized fire do
partmont. Under the new arrange
nont the chief will receive a salary [ or
8300 per annum , hia assistant § 1CG
and each company $250 a total of I
51,600 for the year. its _
Outline county , which recently lost
court house by lire , is talking up a " \
new $35,000 building , to secure Ing.
which will bo issued $20,000 in bonds ,
which added to the $15,000 insurance
received for the loss
money of the "TRI
structure , will give the necessary
funds.
THREE SISTERS DIE WITHIN F
HALF HOUR.
Two of Them Frightened to Dontli. Jj
TwP
PHILADELPHIA ; LEDQEU , April 10
Tbo lower section of the city was
yesterday agitated by news of the sud- a
death of from
three estimable women ones
,
sisters , which occurred the night bo eyes
fore ! at the residence of Robert H.
\Yinsmoro , a retired sea captain , re [
siding at No. 329 "Wartnn street. C
The circumstances of the sad affair ,
well as could bo gathered last night
J
?
owing to the profound tjriof in whic }
three families are plunged , appear to ,
a ? follows ; With Captain Wins I ;
more resided his wife , Mrs. Cynthia by
Winsmoro ; her sister , Mrs. Saiah
Watson , the widow of a sea captain A
lady companion , a Miss Howell , anc J\
domestic. About half-post 1 (
o'clock on Saturday night Mia , Wat * \
, who had boon arranging with her YY
sister for a visit to the early service
Old Swedes'
Church in the morn ITr
. returned in apparent good healtl YV
her 1 room ou the third iloor front near
" . Winsmore returned a few moments
monts afterward , and , going to he : "
room on the second YY
floor front , wa Droora
surprised to hoar moans issuing fron
room overhead. Running hastily T710U
JL1
stairs , she was horrified to fin !
, Watson in "TTIOIl
a comatose state am JJ
breathing heavily. She at oncp sen tHB
Howell for Dr. MoPheraon , residing
siding a few doors above , and a mos
for Dr. Bennor , the family phy
uioiati , residing at Third and Quooi
streets. Dr , MoPhorson , arrived in
few minutes and Dr. Bennor shortl'
afterwards , both of whom sot to wor )
administer the proper remedies 20
Meanwhile the eight of her sister'
sufferings had so allected Mra. Wins
that aho had to bo removed to
own room on the iloor below
third shtor , Mrs. Elizabeth Smith
of Captain Samuel R. Smith , re
siding at 1335 South Fourth street
a square distant , had been tok \
the dangerous nature of Mrs. Wat SjHaki
' '
illness and came running orounc
the house , which she entered a !
of out breath , and , passing rap
up to Mm , Watson's room
entered < it as the latte
in the agonies of death. Th
and shock to Mrs. Smith wer 416
great that she ran down stair IX !
gain , nnd , cntcrintj the chamber ot
\hs. \ Wintmore , who had died while
ho wai upsta'rs ' Ant the bedside of
yiis. Watson , she WPS taken with
what appeared to be nn apoplectic fit ,
and almost immediately expired ,
The three deaths occurred within the
half hour from 11 to 11 o'clock , and
within fan minutes of each other.
The thrco women were I < irgo nn <
apparently robust , Mrs. Winsmoro
ho slightest , weighing nbout 10 !
) ounds ; Mrs. Watson about 20C , anc
Hi3. Smith nbout 235 pounds' Mr *
Vinsmoro was fifty-six , and Mrs.
Watson fifty-two. Mrs. Winsmpro
caves n husband and two marriec
ons , Thomas , the oldest , residing at
23ft Federal street , a member of the
hip chandlery film of Cain & Wins-
more , Queen street whatf. and Rob-
rtJ. , residing at 2117 North Thir-
aonth street , nnd a member of the
hip-broking firm of D. S. Stetson &
Co. , No. 109 Walnut street. Mrs.
Vatson had no children , but Mrs.
Smith leaves , besides her husband ,
ouni ; lady daughter , Miss Bessie
Smith. The families are all in com-
orrablo circumstances. The three
fetors wcro said to bo singularly of
ccttonnto to each other , not allowing
a day to pass without exchanging
visits or sending some little token of
emombranco or affection. Mrs.
Winsmoro had been ailing lately , but
not to any serious extent , while Mrs.
Watsnn and Mrs. Smith were remark
ably healthy , thojgh iho latter is said
o have had a few years since an at-
ack which at the time was believed
o bo heart disease.
Dr , Joseph S. Neff , the Coroner's
'hysician , in prcaoncd of Coroner
Fannoy and DIB. McPherson and
Jnnner , made pn autopsy of the bod-
M yesterday rftornbon , in which it
was aacerlained that Mrs. Wafson's
dnth rp ulted from apoplexy , and
Mrs. Smith's and Mrs. Wnsmoro's ,
BO far rs the autopsy had progressed ,
'
'rom a similrr cause , superinduced by
icuto flight and active sympathy.
Last evening the three bodies lay
encased in caskets in the parlor of
Captain { , Winsmoro's residence , oppo-
ito the Wharton street M. E. Church ,
md the family were the rccipents of
many mcnsngeB of pondolonco and 3.
lympathy from neighbors and friends.
Elegant hnir nets and a full line of
mir goods just opened at Bites' .
nprlO 2t
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOT1CB. Special advertisements , 4111 To
x > t , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
Wants , Bojirdlng , etc. , will bo Inserted In thl
column at the low rateot TEN CENTS PER
LIMB ( or the Orat Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion
xvo tulv ertliemcnU at our office , Mo7
'carl Street , near llroudway.
.1011 BENT Bechtoll's Hotel , middle Broad'
' way , Council B.uffs , Iowa ; li a well-known
louse : beat location In the city. Stabling In .
cluded. Call on or tddreHi"
apliaira PETER IJECIITKLL.
POtt SALE One-story frame cottage , on
monthly payments of f 63. Fourth avenue
and Bancroft street.
H. C. CART.
AND 8KB A SPLENDID CUATON
portrait o' B prominent citizen , done by
Hrst-dass Boston aitlit , at theEicclilor rallery ,
Main street. aprlStf Oar
WANTED Two or thrco pants makers , muit "
vv bo flrat-class at JOSEPH HEWER'S. 310
Broadway. pr8-3t ness
ANTED To buy or ha\e built , a cottage
, on monthly mital mcnta. Addrcfs P. O.
x 068 or Inquire t Iho Bee oflico. aprUU. and
BALE Welberfrund , or Woman's
Friend , the great Uerman dljcovory. see
1'osltlre cure for female weakness In all its
various forma and Blazes. At
oprl3 lin PEIIAVEK'S Drug Store.
Oil SAliE Kx-lla > or Vuugtian oUem tne 162
"two itorca" and "two eight-room rc l
dencca" adjoining Dohany'i open hou-o ant
opponlto ( ho city market , lor sale or trade at a
bargain. The four buildings are well oda- ted
a large boarding establishment , boto . hos
pital , etc. aplT-U
U l A ouil pup ; trainer loiiar witu uttw
lJ tot In It ; wtilto with two br.ndlo spots o
back ; answers to thonamoof "CapKindt
ilcoso lca\o word atTho Dee olllco/ ' It
7 ANXbU llooks to-kiep vhoio nork can
W > dOB8 morning and evening also cony.
. All business confidential. For further
particulars call at 331 Broadway , 2d floor , or
address D. B. Morre. u2 tf.
ANTED Actlto , InullU'ent Sollcltora for
W the Mutual Benefit AnsocUtlon of Councl
Bluffifortonnaand counllea In Iowa. Apply
personally or by letter to the Secretary. &U-2w
OR 8\LE 'Large brick residence , nlno
room ) . Geol location fi.GOO.
oprl8-0t AUENT ft SIMS.
Clt'K KENT Furnlthed rooms , g. w.cor , 6th
nnd llth ttrcet uftl6 2w
DR. W. li. PATTON-Phj tclan and Oculist
Con cure any caw of ere eje . It Is only njjfj
matter ol time , and can cure generally In UJ3J.1
thrco to flve weeks-It makes no differ
how lontf diseased. Will straighten cro i
, operate and rcmoto Pljn jlnmi , etc. , and , -
Insert artificial cj cs ap5-t < WJUI
7\CW \ HEN T Two cicely furnished rooms to will
ilngloKentlcuien.lu \ cry deilrable location
cpll-U J. W. SQUIRE &CO.i
Brae
TTIOU KENT. Two 820 houses and ono store
829 Broadway. Apoly
aprll-lui * A M. WILSON.
Jigpj
iiui > SALE Deft'ltilul reildrnco lot * , tCO
cicli : nothlufdown , and$3 rer week only
EX-MAYOR VAU011AN.
gpl3-tt
N YONK WANTING eon efine quality brcom 2i
Jcorn seed can gtt It by wrltlnu to * "
uplS tf 1' . T. MAYNE , Council Dluff .
\TrANTKD To rent a small cottage at once.
AddrussO. M. , or enquire at I ) _ oince. LJ.
ody In Council Bluffs l
to take Tin li , 20 cents per week , do
lltercd by carriers. Office , No 7 1'carl Strcat On
Broadway ,
"TirANTED To buy 100 tons broom corn.
For particulars addrcea Council Bluff
Factor ) ' , Council Bluffs , Iowa. C68-20H
SALE Old papers Ha per hundred , a
The Bee office. Council llluttB. se27-tf
HEN f Large hou c , centrally bratod
nice ground * , etc. , 925 per month , Knqulr
oUlce. apll.tf
MRS. J. J. GOOD ,
JlinufacUirer and dealer In
nAIRGOODS , S VITOHES , OURLS
Cor
PUFFS , WAVES , &o.
MAIN ST. , Opp. Post Office
Council Dluffi'la.
JOHN LINDT ,
ATTOBHEY-AT-LAW 310
\Vlllnntctlcotn all etalo and federal courts
Qenuao Languagu ,
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice of the Peace anc W ;
Notary Public.
Broad way , Council Bluffs
cell and mortiagei drava and Mkaowlodf
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Vanta of the Public in
PINE GROCERIES.
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices.
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioco Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St. and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
W.W.SHERMAN
HANUFACTUnEn OK
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
HARNESS !
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager ,
WM. CimiSTOPIIEa , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
OLD ! GOLD I COLD !
fright and yellow and hard and cold ,
tfolte , graven , hammered and roll'd
loavy } to pet and light to hold ;
ioardcd , battered , bought nnd sold ,
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , nnd doled ;
Spurned by the young , but hugged by the
old
fo the very verge of the churchyard
mould ;
Price of many a ciime untold.
COLD ! GOLD !
If you want to have gold you must
spend vour money to the very best ad vant
aee. Do business with cish men , and
where only one price will be asked or
.alien
REMEMBER
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING- CERTAIN
prices are right. Oar business ia a
guarantee , that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLCIUsour motto. Our busi
is in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are going off very cheap. Teas
Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come ana
us , we will do you food.
F , J , OSBORNE & 00 , ,
Broadway , Opposite Ogden
House.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
IRON WORK
,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
AND
GENERAJL , MACHINERY C.
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We giro special attention to
Stamp Sills , Smelting Furnaces
HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
receive prompt attention. A general as
vortment of
Prass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Goal ,
OHAS , HENDBIE ,
President. of
OSCAR WILDE 2.
GAS FIXTURES.
Bixby 7 & Wood ,
THE PLUMBERS.
Bancroft or ( Fonrth Streets-
J. M. PALMEK , Or
DEALER IN JL
REAL ESTATEtlo
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL
Drs : Woodbury & Son ,
3E3 3W
, Pearl & lit Ave. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
& OBAIO ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY
Rich Out aiosa , Hne French China.
Sliver Ware Sto. ,
BKOADWAT , COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOVVA
And
date
MBS , fl , J. HILTON , M.D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
222 groadwuv , Counotl Bluffs
B. AMBNlC JACOB BIM8
AMENT & SIMS ,
Ittorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law
COUNCIL BLUFFH , IOWA And
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
DRY GOODS
AFD CAEPET HOUS K
Broadway , Cor. fourtli St. ,
mar.2-3m Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
J. MUELLER'S
Ghiokering , Weber. Lindoman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $200 and upward.
Burdett , Western Cottage , ; Tabor and
Paloubet Organs , $60anoLupward. Musi
cal Merchandise of every discription. IM :
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , '
Sheet-Music , ,
i'qvs
Games . , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Ke- TJ
tail. Pianos and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is large , full and complete -
pleto , Musical Journal lre6
on applica
.A. tion. Address Correspondence : Solicited.
.A.O
O J. MUELLER ,
OB3 103 South 5th Street. o
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
TIN
Bluff and Willow Streets , Council Bluffs.
IRS. J. E. METCALF & IISS BELL LEWIS
3G BSXCO.X > "W.A. 3e" . , ,
Dm and Cloak Makers and Mantilacturers of Ladies Fine
Underwear.
Iiaoes , Embroideries and Fancy Goods Constantly on Hand.
JMCA.JMCIHO'J'J
FURNITURE ] HOUSE.
Mirrors ; , Upholstery , Bepairing , Eto. , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS ! IN
Hats , Gaps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
OOTTCTOXX.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
3aa For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nobraaka.
Office with W. S. MAYNB , over Savings Bank , - OOUNTOIL BLUFS
TIIE VERY EATEST STYLES Cr'
Wall Paper and Window Shades
And tbo Largest Assortment to Select from ,
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done in tbo Latest Style ot Modern Art.
Geo. E. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs.
A. IIEKUL' , .
W. BUNYAN , W. BEEBE-
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale anil Uetall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Bluffs City Business College , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
Hero will bo t&u'ght over } Drancli pertaining to a
Complete Business Education.
Pupl'a received atony time , . and /or any port If n of the course For terms or further
Information , cell at 331 Urond .y , Secobd Flocrr , or address
D. B. MOBSE. Princiole.
J. Jfi. DAVIS , 13 PEARL bTEEET ,
Dealer In
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
AU KindsA Fall Line of Canvas ? Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
8ilb and Stamped Goods. Nice Ajmortnent of Applique Pictures
FIRE AWAY FLANIGAN f
, in the language of Cromwell , we say to the little
souls ] who deal in Shoddy Goods and Misrepresenta
; by telling their handful of customers that Our
Prices are above their own , to "Fire Away Flanigin. "
Our Customer * } know we deal in
Honest Made , Comfortable Fitting , Stylish
BOOTS
SHOES and
SLIPPERS
| ,
that our p'rlcea ore aa low aa it 13 possible to sell good goods. Inrest )
for yourself.
Z. T. 'LINDSEY ' & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
WEST SIDK SQUARE , CLARINDA lOWli.