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THE DAIL * EBB COUNCIL BLUFP&IOWA WEDNESDAY MATS , 1582.
The Daily Bee.
Wednesday Morning May 3.
sunscnirrioN RATES :
JO cent * < > r w k
Hr Currier , - - - - - p
- - . $10 00 per Year
Offlco : No. 7 Ponrl Street , Nonr
C. E. MAYNE , Manager City Circulation.
H. W. TIliTON , City Editor.
.To cph Keller rn ke sulU up IB tlit
Intent styles at 310 IJroadwny. t > rl4-tf
ArrAngemcnU arc foclnjr irmdc for
another game of baao ball neil Saturday
afternoon between the Council Bluffs nlno
and n picked nine of old players.
Take your Ice from the
Orders taken at J. T. Oliver's nnd nt
Jones Bros1 Rrocery. Mullholland & Ca.t
guccessors to 1) . F. lilchcr. npIZItf
, T. M. Lnurlno nnd T. II. Mlllard
wore yeslnrday arrested by Marshal .Tack-
son for frequenting a house of lll-ftinc ,
and on pleading guilty were fined each ? 5
and coits. *
N. Drtisler , known and booked nt the
police station as "Dutch George , " wai in
the superior court yesterday for lierig !
drunk , nnd was given the lowest fine pos-
nible , $ J and costs.
A. lively row has broken out between
two women , living neighbors on Vine
street. One charges the other with plac
ing filth on her front doorstep during tlio
night , for the purpose of annoying her ,
W. F. Lowls and William Warrlnor
were before the superior court yesterday ,
churned with malicious mischief. ' Tlio
latter wai discharged , and the former held
In $50 ball to await the action of tlio
The probability Is that the light
guards will not hereafter receive the dona
tion df 815 per month heretofore allowed
them by the city , the aldermen scorning
nc liic.l to cut down expenses BO far as
possible mid doing away withluxuricd.
The names of thono whoso ft'seminetiU
have been raised by the bo ird of equalization
liavo been placed nt the cntrauco of the
postofllce and of the city building , notify
ing them to appear , if they have anything
to say , at the meeting for final action
which will ba held on the llth Inst. , in the
council chamber. .
An emigrant wagon was at an early
hour yesterday mornini'successfully tipped
over on Broadway by another wagon backing -
ing against the wheel. There wni unlove
lu tlio wagon and a fire in it , breakfast
being prepared , when the spill took place.
Tlio contents of the wagon were scattered
badly but luckily none of the family were
Yesterday wo had the pleasure of ex
amining some furnlturo made by the iimto
boys In the carpenter akop of the deaf nnd
dumb institution , which compares yory
favorably with the work of our best me
chanics. The boys nro honest , intellg ! < nt
and capable , and under the instructions of
Mr. Stoudisli are acquiring a high d'greo
While all were rejoicing in the fact
that Council Bluff * is to have a now gov
ernment building , it is n special cause of
congratulation that the city is under no
obligation ta J , W. Chapman and ,7. O.
Morgan for securing the same. If John
aud Jacob had made their little picnic
scheme work they might havu had an ox-
ciiso to howl , as usual , "We've killed the
bear , " bat oven tliU was not given them.
If it had been , no bear would probably
have been killed , as the only show to got
the bill passed was to kep them nwny , It
was A little humiliating for them to have
to come back after starting out on such a
journey , but It was for the public's good.
Yesterday afternoon there was n
happy wedding nt the residence of Mr.
Andrew Ilauk , on Stuts nan street , his
oldest.daughter , Miss Wilhcinian , being
- given in marriage to John Frost , who Is
' extensively engaged in mining at Lead-
it , vllle. " Justice Balrd performed the cere-
" ; monv in the presence of a large company
of friends , wno wore given all the hospi
tality duo to suah an event , The newly
wedded ones started lust evening for their
uow homo in Loidvlllo , accompanied by
the well wUnes of many friends.
Ml s Nollle McMillan , employed at
the Metropolitan , who was knocked down
by n runaway horse Monday night , does
not prove to bo very badly Injured after
all , there being no bones broUen nnd no
serious injuries. The horse belonged to
John Johnson , and was driven to the de
pot by Mr. , Mnrcy , who lett the borne
hitched and in charge of n boy , while
helping his wife upon the car * , While the
boy was not looking , a drunken imn un
tied the tteod and the
, horse started on a
mild trot toward homo , but was enlivened
by Borne dogs jumping and barking nt
him on Bancroft street , causing him to
run , Tha horse nnd rig reached homo
without damage , oxcspt to the i < lrl.
Coals In Dirt.
Tlio following transfers of real oa-
tate nro reported us taken from tlio
county records by J. AV. Squire &
Co. , abstractors of titles , real citato
and loan agents , Council Bluffs :
Avoca L. & L. Co. to N. Hodgoon ,
und. of cast 70 feet of lots 12 , 11 ,
10 , 9 and.8 in block 0. Avoca , 8300 :
T. E. Mottor to N. A. Hotter , n J
of lot 15 in block 15 , Walnut , $300 ;
A. 31. Howe to 0. & II. O , Flalmrty
lots 15 and 10 in 0 , in Howard's add.
city , $210 ; 8. J. Bennett to T. II.
Bennett , a t , n o 0 , 74 , 38 , $2,000 :
W. S. Mottor to T. Hotter , n .V lot
16 , in block 15 , Walnut , $300 ; J. 51.
Wilson to J. 8. Sullivan , a A n w 21 ,
74 , 41 , $2.000 ; M. H. Long to J. L !
Sullivan , n w , B w 24. 74 , 41 , $1,000.
To the Temperance Workers ofPotta-
Every township in the county that
has not already uoiiu BO is requested
to hold A meeting at the earliest pos
sible aay and appoint u township pro
hibitory amendment committee ol
three , the names of which should be
reported to L W. Tulloys , secretary
of the executive committuo , Oounci
Bluff * .
The friends of temperance are re
quested to act promptly and send in
these mines at once.
, 7-4t EXECUTIVE COMMITTES ,
Tbo importation o
" * * - * I I * " * W
The Aldermen Seem Feaiftil of
Expressing Themselves On
the License Question ,
ThirtytDnyn For tholPubUo to Tnllc
Over the Pro nnd Cons-
It was naturally expected that the
cify council would nt its last mooting
express its opinion at least on what
the licenses should bo fixed nt for the
coinini ? year. A now ordinance was
introduced providing that the licenses
should bo granted as now , under cer
tain restrictions ; six adjacent residents
being needed for the petition , bonds
being $1,000 and penalties being
from $10 to $50 for violations. The
amount of license was loft blank , the
council to fill thin with whatever
amount they should deem best. This
blank being filled , it wns planned to
lay the ordinance over until the first
mooting in Juno before final action ,
and in the meantime it could bo dis
cussed , and the question of the amount
of license could bo thoroughly can
The aldermen hesitated aboutfilline
this blank , Some thought it would
bo bettor to wait until n full board
was present , although Alderman Shu-
gart was the only ono absent. Others
urged that the blank should bo filled
so as to indicate what the council
thought was rijht , and that would call
out all sides during the next thirty
days. The plan was agreed upon to
tttart with $1,000 , nnd vote on each
amount loss than that until seine sum
could bo agreed upon. The motion to
fix the license at $1,000 was lost.
The motion to fix it at $ GOO received
no second. Ono to fix it at $250 was
lost , and ono fixing it at $200 received
no second , The aldermen thus fussed
about the matter , and finally dropped
it where it started , and the public is
as much in doubt now as before as to
what tlio real sentiment of the council
is. It is to bo regretted that the al
dermen did not have frankness nnd
nerve enough to agree upon some
amount , giving tlio citizens their best
judgment on what the licenses should
lie. Then the next thirty days would
develop some expression of the people
which would amount to something.
As it ia , all is as much in the dark as
Ono of the difficulties in settling
: ho matter la not generally under-
itood , and it changes the question of
high license heru from its aspect in
cities of other otatpo. In this state
the Biilo of apiritous liquors is prohib
ited by law , and the city can only
, -ivo Jiconuo to sell beer and.wino.
Many , who would otherwise bo in
iavor of a very high license , claim
that if it is put too high the saloon
nui will not take out license' ] at all ,
jut will confine themselves to the
sale of whisky and other liquors , and
defy the law. It is well known that
cases brought for whisky selling under
, ho atato law tire seldom successfully
jroaecutod , and that they
vill cost the county hundreds
of dollars for every fine imposed ,
[ n citioH in other states aaloon men
who are made to pay very high licenses
naturally help ferret out und prose-
jute competitors who have no license ,
but hero aa they all sell whisky in
violation of the state law , the un
licensed , if prosecuted , would turn
about and have the licensed ones
prosecuted also for violation of the
atato law. It is understood that Al
der mun Sieduntopf is in a favor of n
thousand dollar license if it could bo
made to cover as in other places the sale
jf whisky as well a * mult and vinous
liquors , but under the ciacumstances
favors a lower license as moro prac-
; icul. Others are of like opinion. It
is well to understand these peculiar
circumstances in deciding upon the
luuation of lic.unso , but there should
bo open , frank , nervy work in
handling it , and no hesitancy in offi
cials in fixing the sum and enforcing
Do not forgot the aalo of short
horns , to bo iiold'at the Driving Park
in Qouncil Bluffs on Friday next nt 2
p. in. See advertisement.
J. P. Hart will offer for sale at
same time and place seven head of
choice pedigreed females. may ! ! 3t
Bliss' sales of millinery was very
largo lust month , because no tmoh bar
gains were ovar offered before in Coun
cil Bluffs , dull and see the prices ixnd
goods. You will bo convinced.
Choice i usio to.niuht by the Omaha
Oleo club und the Juvouilo band nt
Mueller sells music at one-third off ,
A new lot just received ,
BullotB Klylnar About Harry Hatch's
Salcon but no Blood Shod.
About It o'olock yesterday morning
there was n reckless row in nnd about
Harry Hatch's saloon. The partici
pants are said to have boon thu ' 'IJ.uo
Jay" saloon man , two of his pot
friends of "iiko reputation , and Ed.
McCarthy , and the two have como to
blowa several times. They mot in
Harry Hatch's and it i said that
"Bluo Jay" relying on his friends to
help him out proposed to thrash Mo-
Carthy , The latter run out of the
saloon , and pulling his revolver fired
several shots , two bullota passing
through the front window , but not
hitting anyone. The oillcers hearing
the shots run to the place , but the
parties had scattered and no arrests
wore made , Yesterday a warrant
was issued for tlio arrest of Mc
Carthy for reckless shootinc. Com
plaint was also filed against Hatch for
keeping open at that hour of the
night , Ho pleaded guilty and was
fined $15 and coats. All concerned
are keeping "mum"
very about the
thu details of thu nflair.
Grand opening of Paris millinery at
L. 0. Arbuthnot's , 440 Broadway.
I'nday and Saturday , May 5th and
Oth. The latest styles for spring and
summer in dress-making and trim-
wings. may2 5t
A beautifully trimmed hat for ono
dollar at Bliss' ,
LIGHTING BY LIGHTNING.
A Move to Use the Electric
Light For the Streets of
to Hnvo tin Exhibition
of iti Power *
The talk concerning the electric
light in this city for driving thn dark
ness out of the streets at night-timo
has ripened into some little action.
At the council mooting Monday nipht
the fire committee was authorized to
communicate with an olectrio light
company now exhibiting in Burling
ton , and got thorn to inako a similar
showing hero. The company has
offered to coma to this city and jzivo
on exhibition for thirty days , which
will bo ample ttmo for the citizens to
sco its workings , The company offers
to light the same area as is now light
ed aud to give fifty per cent moro
light than is now furnished , and to
charge the city no moro than it is now
paying for gas ,
It is understood that if the olcctric
light company will thus give a satis
factory test a contract will bo entered
into for lighting the city. The Bur
lington Hawkoyb of last Friday thus
speaks of tjio test of the light being
made there by the company :
Another very aatiflfuctory illumina
tion by means of the olcctric light
was given in Burlington last evening
by Messrs. Beers and Webb , who are
here in the interest of the Metropoli
tan company. This was the third il
lumination that has been madn , and
the test will bo continued each even
ing throughout the week.
The light on last evening burned
steadily , nnd only confirmed the good
opinions that had been previously en
tertained by these who had soon it on
the two preceding overlings.
It is but uttering the simple truth
to say that this light has won the un
qualified and hearty endorsement of
every business man and citizen of
Burlington , who has given ita merits
the attention they deserve , and many
of them are outspoken in their
It may bo proper to state right
lioro , in order to illustrate the difficul
ties which Messrs. Beers and Webb
liuvo had to combat , that the genera
tor , now located at Darby's elevator ,
on Third street , ia the first ono made
by the former gentleman under Una
patent , and is devoid of many of the
later improvements which add much
to the usefulness and utility of the
machines as they are built to-day.
The light has met wii.li favor here ,
mainly on account of ita uniform
steadiness , as in this particular it
eclipses all other electric lii/hta now
Mayor John Zoiser visited the elevator
vator whpro the generator was running
last evening , and adm'rodtho sim
plicity of its workings , snd said the
lights were "splendid. "
Conductor Hoyt , of the 0. , B. &
3. , says that the lights on exhibition
liero boat anything of the kind in usei
On Wednesday evening Mr. A. T.
Hay stated that , for steadiness and
uniformity , the light was unquestion
ably the best ho over saw.
Mrs. John D. Mason , of Chicago ,
who is here on a-visit with friends ,
has soon a great many electric light *
up there , and pronounces these vastly
superior to any of thorn. A number
of commercial travelers at the Barret
iiousp , who watched the light last
evening , pronounced it the best of the
dnd that had como under their ob
Baby carriages , bicycles , velocipedes
and children's wagons nt Mueller's.
NID , NOD , NID.
A Largo Audience at Dohany'a Have
a. Poop at Dream Land.
Last evening there waa a large audience -
once gathered at Dohany'a at the en
tertainment offered by the Robert
Parkos club of the Baptist Sunday
school. The entertainment proved
an excellent one and reflected gratt
credit on these who planned it , and
ecurod its success , as well as to the
participants. The stage was pleasing
ly adorned with floral stands nnd
other decorations , andtho , programme
was a varied ono and full of merit.
A double quartette from the Omaha
Glue club waH present nnd gave some
excellent choruses , calling forth
hearty applause , and some excellent
solo work was done also by its mem
ber , The Glco club is over listened
to eagerly , and this representative
eight did honor to the organization
and furnished a very acceptable portion
tion of the evening's entertainment
Thu Juvenile bund discoursed some
rare music for BO youthful players , and
gathered new honors for themselves.
An amusing little recitation and
picture of childhood in real lifo was
given by little May Seaman and Lutio
Pryor , under the title of the "Light
Another amusing feature was the
chorus of the Schmoker family , who
appeared in costume and made much
merriment. The family consisted of
Mrs. P. M , Pryor and Misses Kittio
Whitney , Ida Tastoviu and Lulu
Some statuary tableaux were also
given with good effect.
The most fascinating part of the en
tertainment was the operetta entitled
"Tho Land of Nod , " portraying the
visit of six little sloopy-hoads to the
king of that land , and the wonders
they saw at his court. It represented
six little children in their beds , and
the dreams , fairies , oto. , which are
supposed to bo about them during
their sloop. The following were thu
IClnc-Dr. A. lHardett. .
/Cabfo' ' Ministers The Baud Man ,
Gall Hamilton ud Jack O'Deumn , Mr.
lluyal 1'ages Herbert Brooks , aud
Dream Hnrltei Muuea Julia Walker ,
Minnie Cole , Cora Stimson , Louise Mo-
Kenzle , Cora Kees , Ida Lutz , Cora
Woudbury , Georgia lienuett.
Dream I ! illin Poly Ilatcher.
Sleepy Heidi M.W Seaman , Victor
Doom- , Harry L&nge , Mabel Lange , Char
lie Seaman , Marie Iteckleai.
Standard Dourer--loorKO Laucks.
The Dreams "Th Drsar pioneer , "
Charles Lauckn ! "My Lady Fortune , "
Mrs. Boon * ; "Old MaiUr Goo e. " Mr .
MMlaryj "Goblin Can nnd Mutt/ ' Fred
die Hog n ; "Q enofthe Dollies , " Min
nie Wells ; "Dream Princess , " J nDas-
The costumes were very pleasing ,
and the music most excellent.
Miss Efilo Warrun , the accompanist
of the evening , showed rare good skill
and taste at the piano forte , and to her
is duo moro than the passing word
which can now bo given. Much moro
depends upon an accompanist than is
generally realised , and the responsible
position she filled so well last evening
as to add much to the enjoyment and
smoothness of the entertainment.
You can got cotter bargains in toys
and fancy goods at J. Mueller's than
Judge Loufbourrow , of Atlantic , T as in
the city yesterday.
Harpe Wilson , ex-mayqr of Avocn , was
in the city yesterday.
Kx-Mftyor Vaughan now rejoices in the
arrival of another boy , who canto May
30th. Jtitt in time to enjoy May-day.
W. A. Spencer , publisher of thu Tri
bune , nt Macedonia , was In the city yes-
tordny nnd favor d Tnu BRK with a pleas
ant call. He reports Macedonia ns re
building quite rapidly , after Its destruc-
tire fire ; nnd that business there is reaton-
Bargains in Checkering nnd Weber
pianos nt J. Mueller's. '
It Heads the List
Of all other preparations or medicines.
In cases of nausea , headache , dfzzincn * or
irregularities of the system , BUMIOCC
BLOOD BITTKIIH lime no equal. They
never fail In tlfordlng immediate relief.
Price 31.00. 28-dlw
A now lot of Gondron iron-wheel
baby carriages at Mueller's.
Mrs. Wa'lacn. Buffalo , N. Y , writes :
"I have used BunnpcE BLOOB BITTEKH
for nervous nrd billons headache ) , _ and
have recommended them to my trlcn'ds ; I
believe tlicm superior to any other medi
cine I have used , and can recommend
them to anyone retniiring n cure for bil
iousness. " Price 51,00. 28-dlw
J. Mueller has a few moro upright
and square pianos to rent.
A recent order promulgated by the
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
road ia ot considerable interest to
sportsmen. It authorizes the free
transportation of dogs and hunting
equipments when accompanied by
; heir owners , and forbids baggage men
: rom demanding fees for taking care
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICK. Special advertisements , such an
Loet , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rout ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In this
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS FEft
LINB ( or the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PKll LINE far each subsequent insertion.
Lcavo tulv ertlecmcntg at our office , Ko. 7
Pearl Street , near llroadway.
A No. 1 punts maker.
WANTED JOIHPH HKIIIKU , Council Bluffs.
Sltuatbn I T aboyat2 ! amonth
WANTED for-n or herding c tt'.e. Address
Mrs. K. A. King , Council > lufld. trnyi-3t
Boarders uy da > or week. Fur
nished rooms. 200 4th street.
pr20 Bt *
TTTANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs la
YV to take Tun tits , 20 cents per ncek.de
hcred by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street1
"VTJTANTED To buy 100 tons broom com.
VV For particulars addrcus Council BluH >
Uroom Factory , Council BluCCs , Iowa. 65S-20tf
For Sale and Bent
RENT Part or whole of nice rutidenco ,
3 ' or will sell on caiy termj. Apply at I'eo '
Pill co. ma)2-tf
SALF Black and wbito Sctt.r pup. by
Fen Doyle Council rtutfj , la. rnj2t'
KENT Front room , furnlshcrl or tin-
FOU , wlti or wlthoutboaid. 7th street
between Hh und 9th ac. .
may2 5t TYF.EK CUMMIN03.
IlENT Two p'easjnt rooms In Tory ds-
FOIl location , cither furnithcd or Uifurn-
shod ; suitable for ladlis or trcntlenion ,
aprll-tf J. W. SQU.UC & CO.
SALE Dca'itiful residence lots , $00
FOR ; nothing down , andS3ptr"ionth only ,
by KX-MAYOK VAUGHAN
IlENT licchtcll'u Hotel , middle Broad
way , Council Illuffs , Iowa ; ha well-known
louse : best location in the ilty Stabling In-
cludi-d Call onoraddrcsi
apllO 1m PETEIt 11FCHTELL.
, SALE Wtllx rfrund , or Woman's
1,1011 I rlond , the prat ( .crman dlecotery.
Positive cure for frnm'uuakncsa lu all Us
rarlous forms and sta e * . At
aprlS 1m ItEIIAVEN'S Drugstore.
I7IOH I1UNT Kurd-lied rooms , s. w cor , Mh
JJ Ave. and llth ttrect. apria w'
RENT. Two $ 0 house and 0110 tare ,
FOR Broadway. Apul )
aprll-lm * , A M. WILSON.
"T Ort BALE Old papers "to per hundred , al
1) ) Iho Bee office. Council lHuflj. se27-tf
" 170R HUNT Lnrgo house , centrally boated ,
J1 nlco Krounds , etc. , 8 D per month. Enquire
at BKR nlhra anll-tf
OAU.KRY still ahfad ; orcrj-
JJ thing readj for spring trajp , Vluug tuen
lor lithographic purposes. Best work In city.
T OST A if old carted rli'S ' between Broadway
JJ and the trarmler , last October Flvedol-
l rs reward will bo pjld by leaving tame at this
office. mist Ot
. W. L. PATTON-Pb > elclan and Oculist.
DR. euro any case of porecje" . It la only
a matter of time , and can euro generally In
rein three to ( Ho weeks-It makes no differ
ence how long dUcasrd. Will straighten crofs
eyes , operate and rtmoro Ptyrrglnmt , etc. , and
Insert artificial cjes ,
* KYONE WANTING sorooflno qu llty broom
J\ . corn ced can Ret It br writing to
p3 ! U P. T. illAYNE , Council Bluffs.
One of the best srtond-class Hotels In th
West Is the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A , E IR WN , Proprietor.
Nos. 631 and 030 BroadwayCouncil Bluffslow * .
Table supplied with thn best ths market af-
O'd * . G od roomi and Orst-clasi boda. Terms
i cry returnable.
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL ,
N. Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower Brwdnajr ,
Table supplied with the best the market af
fords. Terms S3. Wand f 1.00 per week. Transient
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
FIRST GLASS HOTEL AT UEA-
SONAKLE PRICES. TRANSIENTS
HOTEL FOK RENT. GOOD REASONS
TOO UTTERLY UTTER !
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
FINE GROCERIES ,
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices ,
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. n. SHERMAN , IHisIncss Manager.
WM. CimiSTOI'IIER , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs. Ia.
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Bright and yellow and h\rd and cold ,
Molten , graven , hnmmercd and roll'd ,
Heavy to Ret and light to holdi
Hoarded , bartered , oought 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 aciime untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If you want to hnve gold you must
spend your money to the very heat advant
age. Do business with c.ish men , nnd
where only one in ice will be asked or
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING- CERTAIN
Our prices nro right. Our business is a
guarantee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLORiaour motto. Our busi
ness ia in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are goint ; off very cheap. Teas
and Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
see us , we will do you food.
F , J , OSBORNE &CO , ,
102 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , PAINING
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Coal ,
OHAS , HENDEIE ,
2. OSCAR WILDE 2.
Bixby & Wood ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMER ,
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & - Son , .
33 "SB O ? I S
Cor. I'earl & l t Avo. COUKCIL Bi.UFFfl.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Blob Cut Glass , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
840 BKOADWAT. CQUNCir. BLUFFS. IOWA.
MES , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Brondwuv , Council Bluff *
W. 8. AMENT. JACOB 8IUB
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFF8. IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
Broadway , Cor , Fourth St. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
The Boston Times , Sunday Moraine- , April
16,1882 , :
A fiano an hour is the product of 3VC
-A. the manufaotpr7 of Messrs. Ohickeriug &
- . Sons in , this oity. Possibly this asseition
requires a few wrds of explanation. TJ
There are sixty wtrkiue hours each wr ek ,
and since the .year 1882 came in , the
number of pianos finished by this firm
averages over sixty-one per week ,
J. MUELLER , IV
Aeent for Nebraska and Iowa ,
103 South 5th Street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and raiow Streets , Council Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery. Repairing , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OITY None but firat-claas Bakora
employed : Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYREP , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. !
WHOLESALE DEALERS . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
EEAL ESTATE AGIMT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands , A
and a number or Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska. J
Office with W. S. MAYKE. over Savings Bank , - COUN'giL BLU a i |
THEJVERYT7ATET STYLLSTOK *
Wall Paper and Window Shades
Jtj And the Largest Assortment to Select from.
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating ,
Done in tlio iLntont Style of Modern Art.
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pea l St. Council Bluffs. I
C. A. BEI'.BE , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. , ,
Wholesale and Itctal Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
and liss Belle Lewis
Irs. J , E , letcalfe
Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goo s , pnch as Lacce , Embroideries , Ladles'Undcrwca
of all descriptions. Alsn Hand ! crchieie , both In fill and linen , hoae of all Hindu , throw . , pi
needles , itc. Wo hope the laales will call aud see our stock of Ko ds at 638 Broadway b. fore -
bg elsewhere , _
S. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYHS , CERMAHTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full JL.lno of Cnuvos , Felts , EmTiroldory , Knitting
Sillrs and Stamped Goods. WJon Annortnent of Applique Pictures
Z. T. LINDSEY & CQ ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , 101
Anfl WESTSIDfi SQUARE , CLARINDA IOWA ,
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