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THJE DAILY BEE : COUNUiL BLUFFS , IOWA MONDAY MAY 16 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
Monday Morning Mny 15.
SUnSCHIITION IUTKS :
By Carrier , - - - - - 10 ecn N per week
By Mull , - - - - - - - 810 00 per Ycrxr
OBlco : No. 7 Pearl Struct , Near
0. E. MAYNK , Vanujrcr Tlty Circulation.
H. W. T1LTON , City Editor.
MINOlt MENTIONS ,
-To-day is circu * day.
Mueller sells jhcct nm ic at orc-tUrtl
of ! .
Velocipede * , bicycle * nnd children' *
Joseph Uciter mnltcs stills in tlio lat'
cat style * at S10 IJroathvay. prl 1-lf
Tlio district court opens to-day , llio
docket shmvliis 40 criminal and 21" civil
ca'ei to bo oonslilereil.
Tlio water worka company expect ?
dally enough iron pipca to lay 5 iriilo of
main , an' ! nro i > latinlnc to Inivotlint inwch
out of sight by the lout of tlio week.
Tali" Jt.ur ice frcin tilt Uliio Wnrt.m
Orders tnl.-cn at .T. I1. Olivet' * and at
JomplJmV. Griccty. Mtlllholknd &Co. ,
Successors to I ) . F. Kiclicr. ri > 20tf
Messrs. Holland & Miller , of llio
Slain st cct livery stable , havp just com
pleted a new carriage house , fiOx 10 feet ,
which i quite an imir | < w jncnt and ivei
them tiuii lo facilities to nccoiiimodato
their largo custom ,
C pt. Williams report * that ho will
hate the city ncalos in condition to j ro-
ceod with Imslnew to-tiny , they \tolug \ lo
cated t tlio int < Mcctlon of M. lu and
I'carl strenta. The lots just n nth of the
court-homo will lie used for sUi.dini ; room
for tlio team" .
_ TAO wagon load * c ( mo\t excellently
imndc furniture have been1 ( .out in from
thodoaf and dumb ii.htitute , to homed
" by tie furniture tr do here. Tlio boy at
the inciittito i-how pomo il.lllful mid hon
est workirumst in in the manufacture of
thwo nrlic in.
BJli * ' dd not intend to close out , but
, -will icll niic tw iniliincry , nil kinds of
fancy ( 'n"'lH ' iltll " "t'"LH nt lolvcr l > c
than you can buy old bhelf-worn bank-
nipt stock of goods.Ve lacp notli nj ; but
the vciy best nud the latest styles of
goods. tfor nice goods and low prices go
The twenty bulls brought by the atrik-
inff laborers against the Nebraska U St
Paul railway company were disposed of in
Justice Ifraney's court Saturday afternoon.
The company paid the men the wages duo
them on condition of the men with
drawing the fluits and paying the costs ,
which they did.
In looking over the criminal docket
wo find the follow ins ; variety of charges :
Murder 1 , abortion 1 , embezzlement 1 ,
kidnapping 2 , perjury 2 , assault 2 , bodily
injury 3 , obstructing highway 2 , painbllng
and selling liquor 23 , most of which are
slated as actions under the head of
An item of interest in the present pro
hibition campaign is an item culled from
the telegraphic reports to the effect that
that the br < worn * convention , In session at
Washington , appropriate ! 55,000 to bo
paid In tru-t to Christian Magnus , of
Cedar Kaplds , la. , to aid the brewers of
Iowa in their struggle ogainst hostile leg-
Komenyl , the great violinist , had a
tunall matinee audienca Saturday afternoon -
noon , hut he gave , as ho always gives ,
rare showing of musical art , and made it
truly entertaining , even to thoje who were
not sufficiently cultured to appreciate
much of the higher work done by him. A
nacred concert was arranged for last even
ing to offset the disappointment occa
sioned by Remenyi not being able to meet
his engagement hero Friday evening , the
company miisiog the train.
The Nonparicl has made another flop.
. After abusing preachers and chinch people
ple week after week , it yesterday turned
a somersault and cimo out witii a column
of alleccd editorial , paying triUiito to the
heroism of llio pulpit and saying miny
kindly words of thooo whom It bus abused
so shamefully. The Nonpareil evidently
thinks it can thus regain some of its lost
' patronage , but the church folk re not
such fools as the colonel and his man with
the cano think they are. Their taffy
comes too Uto.
The city council hai informally de
cided that tlio sidewalks of the city must
be repaired , and these ordered built must
be completed nt nice. In case of neglect
or refusal the aldermen propose to have
the city do the work , and in such case the
walks will bo brought up to permanent
grade and the cost taxed up to the prop
erty. Those , therefore , who are f on the
temporary grade , wdl do veil to look
after their w llci themselves , as it will cost
.much more if the city takes hold of it.
Ex-May ir A'auRhau'd birthday and
wedding anniversary both fell upon last
Friday , and on gnliig to bed he wa con
gratulating himself upon having passed
the twain anniversary In peace and quiet ,
when an Miault wai tnade upon the front
dour of I is residence. It proved to be a
company of hit friends , who iorced hint to
opeu up. One after another paid due re
pacts and reminded him of the day by the
presentation of varloui gifts , Including an
elegant chain for hli watch chain
Knight of Pythias pin , ar.d other equa
welcome reminders. The surprise was us
complete as It wai enjoyable.
W. I ! , Davit , southwestern passenger
agent of the Sioux City route to St. 1'aul ,
Informs u * that notwithstanding the cold ,
disagreeable weather which characttuizec
Jast week there were over forty round tri (
tickets sold from Bt. Louis alone , where
the temparatuie It supposed to be cornea
ratively wurm , that many persons at
lea t being auxiour , even under these cir
cumstauce , to take pleasure trips to Mm
netota over this delightful line , Kouui
trip tickets will bo placed on sole here to
day , good to return until the 31st day o
October , These tickets arc only $17 , am
with the many attractions offered to tour
ittH over this line , they will meet with a
ready sale. A new line of Pullman can
are also placed on this line , which are
very elegant and have all the needed com
vcnlcnces and comforts. Tlio arrange. .
ment < are (0 now that anyone learing
Council Uluflu in the evening over thle
11ns can have Rood ntght'd rent and bo In
St. I'AU ! In the morning.
Just received , n fresh lol of Baby
nnd IJoll Cnrria cf > , at Mueller's.
PICKED BY THE POLICE-
A Number of Snturclny Night offend-
era who will bo Adjusted
Tlio most sensational incident upon
Iho streets Saturday night was the nrii
rest of Win. Quinlan , whoso name ] ms
frequently appeared before in conncoa
tion with police nows. It seems that
Quinlnn wns on n sprco and had got
Homo bad whisky aboard. IIo had
scino altercation with n prostitute ,
nnd it was reported that ho had fit ruck
tier Oflicer Brooke , with Special
Policeman Tyson , arrested him nonr
the llorcro house. Quinlnn , who in
nometliing of n thumper , resisted and
iloficd any number of officers to take
film to jail. In the ntruyglo ho struck
Tjscn , nnd the latter retaliated
uid in the row thoofiicctimpru compel
led to use the man pretty roughly ,
but tlioy succeeded in convincing Jiim
that hu was not nblu to cupo with two
policemen armed with cluba. There
wai some indignation uxpiassod among
citizcna concerning tliu wiy the
drunken man was used by ( hoof-
fleers , but BuiiKi of these who ivitiieoH-
cd the nllair inform its that they did
; 'ivo Quinlnn moru tlmn ho deserved.
The prisoner wan kept in jnil over
Sunday , nnd will have : i'hearing this
Chief Field has nrrentcd & man
named Stone Steel , charged xrith lar
ceny. It is nnid that S'ecl ' took u
lo.id of chips from a plnco whore
mi were chopping down trees.
Ed. 11 itts wai anusted by special
policeman Tyson lor beii : drunk.
.Inn Jlogan was nrrotilodiuid booked
by the enmoolllcorforboii'f ; "wry din-
orderly , very drunk , nnd very obacono
on the street. " It la evidently u very ,
very , too too case.
Among the drunks arrested ivcro
Putaoy JelForis and John Gray , ur-
rested by Oflicor Alorao , nnd Jumes
TJiompson , nrrestcd by OHicor Gunn-
cliix. This trio wan ditpoaed of Sat
urday afternoon , ouch being lined the
regular amount , § 7 , including costs.
For a fmo B'xby Carriage ) at low
cull at Mucllcr'u. II o hr.o a
TIRED OP BEING TIED.
Thoeo Who Huvo Had Enough of
There are a number of divorce
cases to bo disposed of nt this term of
court , nud it is especially noticeable
that to every man who applies for a
divorce there nro eight women who
apply. It seems that either the
women nro harder to nuit , or else the
men behave the worse. The followr
ng nro , the cases as they nppohr on
' i i i
, ho docket :
Barbara Bergman va. Fred Berg
man.Nettio Lone vs. John
Mary 0. Woatormnn vs. Joseph
Jennie Lcnchman vs. .lames Loach-
man.Nettie Shepard vs. Ohas. Shopard.
N. D. Borden vs. Annie R. Bore
Pauline Turk vs. August Turk.
Nunoy Van Loven vs. Hiram Van
Kato Percy vs. R. S. Percy.
Ohaa. Pfeiffer vs. Flora A. Pfoifler.
A. A , Maxwell va. 0. J. Maxwell.
Christina M. Major vs. Theodore
Sarah A. Parker TO. Edwin 4 Parker ,
Tharsa Blnek vs. W. 11. Black.
Elizabeth Bowman ve. David BowS
man.Nancy A. Doty VB. MOBOH Doty.
Mueller's Music Hall is the finest
store in the city. You are invited.
How Ho Vlowa the Temperance Situ-
John B. Finch , who lectured in
this city the other craning , has been
interviewed by n correspondent of
The Chicago Tribune , who thus repre
sents him :
In relation to the temperance cam
paign in Iowa , John B. Finch , or.o of
ho loaders of the prohibition move
ment in that state , and loader of a
mnilar movement in Nebraska , said
0 your correspondent in an interview
his morning : "Tho prohibition
unondmont will carry by u majority
of 50,000. This ia acknowledged by
eomo of the best informed men of this
ijtute. Even UIOHO who do not favor
the amendment concede its success by
majority of from 5,000 to 50,000. "
"What has been done with all thu
nonoy supposed to huvo been raised
i > y the Liquor Dealers' association of
this state ? "
"That is all nonsense. They have in
no money , or but very little , and
what they hayo they uro uf raid to uso.
The trouble is , they cannot trust ono
another in handling it , In short , tliu
liquor men of Iowa uro in a tmht fix ,
and thuro is no way of getting out
"When will the election take
place ? "
"Tho 27th of Juno. The state is
being thorougly worked , and the in
terest is , BO great that every man will
vote on ono side or the other. "
"Aro thuro many on the fence. Mr ,
Finch ? "
"Not many , They are sliding off
on the prohibition side , which is an
other good indication of thu weakness
of the enemy. "
Mr. Finch has boon in attendance
of thu Ministers' Union Temperance
convention recently hold in this city ,
and returned to-day to Iowa , where he
was out-aged to lecture until the close
.f thu campaign in that State. IIo
will then return to Nebraska to Inau
gurate a similar movement , which , in
1 ho event of success in Iowa , is cer
tain to result in a bitter and deter
mined fight in Nebraska.
Bargains in Pianos and Organs for r
the next 30 days at Mueller's. \
WARD WARDENS ,
Borne of the Business Which
Kept the Aldermen Dp
The Work of Equalization of Tnxf
Tlio city council hold n protracted
session Friday nitht ; , lasting until
nearly midnfgU , Much of the evening -
ing was taken up with the equalization
toics . vtoro nflklnvits to
Ainin'vn urcs to adjust , nnd all
this took time nnd patience. There
wore minus inndo in about n hundred
CASCS , nnd fully three-fourths of these
were inndo to Mick. In nome cases
the nflldavi'D ' filed nhowed up matters
of which the council was in doubt ,
nnd enabled the securing of amount ?
which would othcrwiao have been
Thu Water Works company reported
the following length and sizes of pipes
proposed to bo laid :
0-tOpfcot , 21 inch pi | > n.
7,100 " SiO "
fi-100 " 1C " "
1 9,000 Ttilnl.
0,700 feet 12 inch plpu.
1.000 " 10 " "
i',1111 . 8
20:70 " n " "
47,633 " 4 " "
Thb nwnnin of lots on the cast Rule of
Sixth nrd Suvcnth ntreetii between Hroad-
wiiy uml l/irsl uvunun vrcra ordered to i fl
it * Ir their wdavv.ilkit within thirty day.
Thu K\larv of clerk * of t o mipremo
court w.ttlix , < d nt 3701) inn diUon to the
uiiinunt hit rcci ives nt city clurk.
The rotuinltteo on streets iiu 1 ixllcyi
worn nuthoilzoit tn udvertiiu fir propom's '
for the coiiKtiiiction of the ciffvreut
of slilcwH kn um ( irdliin to the pi cilic.v
tioii furiuslio I i > y the city ouK'iiccr , ai.d .
on mine , and th it th
rcc'ivituj aulil mi tract h 11 bo appointed
sidoivnk i omuiifrniniier without i < ay , and
hi- invested with all tli" authority given t >
t.ueh old LTD niiiiur the state law.
Tiio auditor \\itu \ inatructod to draw
a wnrr.iut on the city treasurer in fa
vor ot the public library for the
amount of the library funds now in
hia handf )
Ownon ot lots on the eaat side of
Main utroet from the north nidj of
Story street to Sixteenth avenue ,
wuro ordered to rniso their sidewalks
to permanent grade within thirty
Tha allowance of $18 to each fire
company monthly was mado.
A petition for n sidewalk on the
north side of Brondwny , between
Ninth nnd Eleventh streets , was re
A request for leave to erect n
wooden addition to the rear of 214
Broadway ] was rejected.
. The owners of property on both
sides of Broadway from First street to
Wightmau's brick-yard , and on First
street from Pierce to G. Fairmnn's
residence , , were ordered to repair their
sidewalks within ton days , or else the
city would raise them to permanent
grade and have the cost tnxod up to
The council authorized the sale of
the old hand engine , hose cart and
500 feet of old hose at a price nut loss
The customary donation of $15
monthly to the Light Guards was cut
An attempt was made to fill the
blank left in tha now saloon ordin
ances fixing the amount of license.
A motion to fix it at $500 was lost ,
the ayes being Aldermen Gouldon ,
Newell and Shugont , and the nays
Aldermen Eichor , Siodontopf and
Wood. The motion to fix it at § 250
was also lost , Alderman Eichor alone
voting for it. A motion to fix it at
$200 was likewise lost , Alderman
Siodontopf nlono vo'ing for that
The matter of removing the flume
from Indian crook was considered.
The lowest bid for removing it being
$200 , the council concluded that it
could bo done for less money by hav
ing the supervisor employ men and
use prisoners. The supervisor was
therefore authorized to proceed in
The council adjourned till the time
for the regular meeting , the first Mon
day in June.
WANTED , To trade a fine lot of
Sowing Machines for Nebraska land ,
Address , M. A. TJIAVIS ,
Box 1.332 Council Bluffs , la.
mayl3 Ot *
Mueller has just received six fine
Ohiokering nnd Weber Pianos. They
The Prohibition Amendment A Choi-
To tliu Editor of Hit , Hoc :
I find thut the temperance folks nro
making a great dual of fu over the pro
hibition amendment , that ! to bo voted
for or against on thu 27th day of Juno
Now , f they are BO sanguine and Mirn
that if the amendment ia carried thut It
will t p the sile m d consumption ot in
tox'cathiK Hquora in the state of Town , let
any one of them put one hundred dollar *
thu 1'irnt atumal ( lank of Council
hi Iff , I < wu and I will then do the same ;
let both nuns remain In the bank for on *
year nn interest. If the amendment doe *
prohibit the use of intoxicating llqiiora in
the state , tlii-n iny hundred dollars and in
terest goes to the pcruon who puts up his
ODO luindto I dullard. Hut If the am nd-
imnt dooa not stop the use ol intoxicating
liquors , then I will be entitled to that per f
son' * hundred dollars and interest. I
further eny and defy any of fo-called
temperance folks to show me or any other
citizen whut beueHt thu labor or farmer or
any one else will have by the enacting of
said amendment. On the contrary , it U
not tha weans of taking from the tanner
froii ) fourteen to twenty cents per bunhel
on corn and wheat because he will be
forced to chip bin ( -rain out of the state ,
and give the lab' rein In other states em
ployment iu manufacturing this grain ;
and then tiny will have to pay the rail
road couiuanlea freight to bring back this
manufactured grain ,
1 would Mk theeo same people again
whether tlioy have a right to dictate to me
or any other irco-born American citizen
what ho "liall i at or what he t > ball drink ,
or where withal flmll ho bo flatbed ?
If they have tliu right h not that ilavery
iu it * worst form ? Ia not that the reason
that our forefathers left the mother coun
ter * nd fought and conquered In the revo
lutionary war ? Was it n t for the pur
pose of throwing oif the yoke ro that they
might do as seemed tn them best , accord'
ini ; to the dictates of their own consciences
and not us a tyrannical ruler or set of
rultrn would have them to do ? The late
war tin ugh which wo passed was waged to
wipe off from onr escutcheon the one great
stnln that lolled it , viz : slavery.
Now in thl * enlightened ORB do our
tcmpcrancB lirelliren wish to impose up > n
us the Voke which Jell from the necks of
four million human Mng * at 'he close of
the war ? Do they also wi h to throw Out
of employment th'in ndsnf laborers nnd
incclmnlcn , and turn the tide of immlgra-
tion frntn. instead of toward our Mate , nnd
to depreciate the value of property instead
of Increasing it
Now , good temperance folk ? , arlce nnd
give u- some entinj , common sensp , inite.id
of npi/caling to the 8entimenl.il Hide of hu
man nature , and no'- mislead the farmerc ,
laborers ami mechanics bv n fallacy.
Will jon liato our state increase both in
wealth nnd ) > o n ntlon , or like Unto our
Mstcr state , Kama' , under the rrgiine of
Gov , St. John , decren o in wealth , popula
tion and in tlm intellectual capabilities of
the i eoplfc ? Yours rctpeclfullv ,
mnySmSt Ai.KXOiiEnT. _
PERSONA ! .
lion. W. F. Sopp and wife have return
ed from the e.ist.
JCdounrd llcmenyi , M. II. W. A. Uealo
nnd Mils K. 0. N'ason , forming the He-
men ji company , spent Sundiy nt the Ogden -
W T. Giles , of 1'recpoJt , III , i in the
city , i > topplni } tit the Jluvero home , nnd
looking after fonie property intoitfyli. Mr-
Giles . formerly lived here , and w.i .it cne
time the editor of ' 'T.io . JJuglc , " o paper
ones published here. Ho haa still many
filcrds nnd acquaintances living here who
gladly welcome hin return , and i egret that
il H hut n temporary one.
II. F. McCarthy , dtu glit. Ottawa ,
Ont. , it. ton that he wnn afllicte 1 with
chronic bronchitis for some ye irs , nnd wni
completely cured by the uio of THOMAS'
i , cMicriuo On ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPEC1AI
NOTlCh. Special udiurtlsumtiitii , sue R3
test , round , To Loon , For Sile , To Rout
\ranto , Hoarding , tic. , will bo Inserted In this
column at tlic low rate of TEN CENTS PKH
MNE for the Crat Insertion nnd K1VK. CHNTB
PER l > tNU for each itubdoiinent Inr.crtlori
Lvnvo mlv crll tnient at our dike , No. 7
1'iarl Ktrcrf , iicnr llrcaJivsy.
YTTASTUn \ I'lrH CH s fanv-isscr For
VV um'culata ' iMjulrc at Uco Otncs.O < tncll
To ( orreipoinl with a -
W lady , for atniiBLinuui. Adlrtsa .1. F. ,
l AJ > TSl ) \ litft-cb's In ber VQ oilier
nccJ nwily. K H. i.cr t > tn , Ootim.ll niulFj
) . CO hliorf tH tn w ik oil the C
JANTKl : t. C U tt.Wnjfci.Sl W ) rcrilajjuintly
work all Himtin r.Ai > p yon tlio w rknorthu Ktigl-
ncor'aolliio , n.om 0 , tcrctt's I ! ock , cDrnor ol
Uroidway ttiiU l'o rl slrttt , Council IJluHi. Ii
O. Notino , llcslilunt It'll ) . ' ncrr. in--3t' )
AtJTKD Hoarders by day or week. Fur-
W nUhcd rooms , "CO 4lh street.
| nprlOiat *
TTrANTIlD Ever > 'body In Council Dluffa Ic
YV t ° t.iko Tna Ilns , 20 cents per vcok , do
Ilvcrcd by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street'
To buy 100 tons broom corn.
WANTED nddrcua Council Dluffi
Rronm Ffiotorv , Council niutfn , Iowa.
For Sale and Rent
IJIOH AL ) : llulldlngcorner of B < rcn h and
J.1 Droaduay. Sullablc lor Int.lncss oruwollinp.
For parilculurs enquire of 0. F. mltli. mCtt
EO v SAr.E. E'ghty-acro ' firm pattly culti
vated , two milca west of Omaha. Udell &
1 ay. m-0-tt
RALE. Within ten miles of Council
FOU ) , n f rm o" SCO BCIOJ. all fenced nd
aub-dlUdcd. Part choice pa-i ure and pai ( cut-
tha cd. Good new bull Ings a. detaliUnfr fet
1(0 cows. Good and abundant natcr ; buildings
and farm used and adopted for stock , bumcicnt
down to tecuro bal. and bal.Mn time to suit
purchver. Aiidrces C. II. Wheeler , box 018
Council BluffIs. . Ma > 0 Ct ;
HEN I'art or whole of nlco roaldenco ,
FOB will cll on ca y tcrrrs. 4j > ply at itoo
oillco. UMJ 2-tf
riOtl IlKNT T\vo p'casint r ores Iu very de-
I1 slrauU location , illher furnished oruofurn-
labod ; sultablo for ladles or L-cntlcmen.
aprll-tf J.V. . SQUiUE & CO.
1,1 OK HALK llca-itilul residence lots , $00
Jj each ; nothing down , and $3pcr onth only ,
by tX-MAYOK VAUQHAN.
T710II UENT Bcchtell's Hotel , middle Broad-
J ? way , Council Buffs , Iowa ; Is a well-known
house : best location In the city Stauilng In-
cludtd. Callonor tddrcai
apllB 1m PETER BECIITELL.
( R BALE Welbcrfrund , or Woman's
F Friend , the B'cn * berman dUcovory.
1'OKltlvo euro for fcroalo weakness In all Iu
vniloua forms and Btage * . At
aprl31m UEIIAVEN'8 Drug Store.
SALE Old papers 2So per hundred , at
FOU Bca ofllco. Council IlliiQa. nn27-t (
m'JE EXCELSIOR GALLKHY the OrBt to In-
JL troduco tlio now Instintaiicoui process nnd
makoa success ot It. Cill and see epeclmena.
Pair cold spectacles. A liberal reward
LOST bo paid IMiUatTnii Dm o'Jlco m5-tf
W. L. I'ATTON Physician and Oculist.
DIU euro any cent of eoro eye . It Is only
a matter of time , and can euro generally In
from three to flvo weeks It rnakcu no differ
ence how Ipng diseased. Will straighten cross
eyes , opcrato and ninovo I'lyrfglnms , tte. , and
A NYONK WANTING soirohne quillty broom
\ . corn seed con get It I > V writing to
MplStf VV. JIAYNE , Council BlnHa
One of the best a tend class Hotels In the
West U the
BROADWAY .HOTEL ,
A. E BIMtWN , ProprUtor.
Noe. 531 and &S6 liroidwayv ouncll llluffs , low * .
Table supplied with tb best the market af-
fo di. (1 od rooms and flrst-clasj beda. Tcruu
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son ,
riiwt CIiA'S IIOTEtj AT HKASONABLK
I'llIUK . 'niANSIKSTS ACCOMMODATED.
HOTEL FOi UENT. GOOD HEASONS FOH
HUNTING ) .
N. Ander on , - - Proprietor ,
Table vuppl'ed with the best the market af
fords , Teroi * ? 3.60aud $1,00 per week. Transient
1.00 per day.
If You With a Xmuch Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Meats , and Eatablea alwayi on
hand. Five Cents per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KAISOMINING AND GRAINING ,
Shop Comer Broad way and Scott St
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
8TOW TEA GO.
Are Supplying tlio Aesthetic
Wants of the Pubic ill
With Eve ything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices ,
Fre h Soast C'oflccs ,
Chioco Drawing Teas ,
Boston Tea Go.
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Roud , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
I * . II. SIIKUMAN , nusincflj Manager.
V/.M. CIHllSTOl'lIIXl , Mcchanlc.il JIiM jr.
124 S. Main St. , Council BlulTs , Ia. . _
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Brifibt'and yellow nnd Inrd nnd cnld ,
Molten , graven , liainmorcd nnd roll'd ,
Heavy to nut and lijht to hold ;
Hoarded , bailorcd. bought end Bold.
Stolen , borrowed , Hijuandcred , and doled ;
Spurned by tLc young , \ ut hugged by the
To the very verge of the churchyard
Piice of many acimo : untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If you want to have gold y > u must
spend vour money to the very best ad vant
age. Do business with cash men , and
where only one * piico will bo asked or
"A tree Is known by its fruit "
A Btoro by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are right. Our business IB a
Guarantee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLOR is our 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 n choice assortment ; . Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
see us , we will do you rood.
F , J , OSBORNE & GO , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo giro special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORE
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods. Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooko , Ooal ,
OHAS. B3EDRIR ,
. OSCAR WILDE .
Bixby & Wood ,
On Bancroft or ( Fonrth Streets. )
J. M. PALMEE ,
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Dps ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor , I'carl 4 lit Ave. COUNCIL DLUFF&
MAURER & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Bleb Out Olasa , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
8(0 BSOIDWAT. . COUNCIL 11LUFF8. IOWA.
MRS , fl. J. BILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadvrav , Council Bluff * .
W. 6. AUENT , JACOB 81118
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & OounseUors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
! HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
Broadway , Cor. Fourth Si
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
IP I menn business nud no blowing ,
IP.A. Having recently cnnti noted for 600
. T"I aud over 200 Pinnosfor tbp sea-
sou , to bo s Id at Bargains for Cash , iud
T" on tiiio .Agents wanted- T
CoiTepondcncG solicited ,
J. MUELLER ,
GBUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Willow Streets , Council Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstorj , Bepairing , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No.130 Broadway , Cor. .Bryant St.,40ounoil Blull'a , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OITY None but first-class Bakera
employed. Bread , Cake , Pics , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRER , Proprietor.
M E T C ' A L F BNR O S. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN .
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves ;
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED ,
OOTTJKTOI : ! .
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lando ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nobraaka.
Office with W. S. MAYUE. over Savings Bank , - OOUNTOIL BLUPS
THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF
Wall Paper and Window Shades
And the Largest Assortment to Select from ,
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done iii tlio Lntoiit Style of Modern Art.
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pea-1 St. Council Bluffs.
C. A. BEKBK , W. UUNVAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Hetall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Irs. J. E. letcalfe and Iss Belle wis
Are now de&llnptn all kinds . ol fancy goods , euch IB I-ncco , Tmbrolderlci , Ladlcu' Undotwea
ol all descriptions. Al80llandl.erchlo'B , both In elih and linen , hose ot all Kinds , thread , pins ,
needles , ttc. . Wo bopo the laales will call and BCO our Block ol goods at C36 Broadway b < fore go
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full Line of Cnnvnu , Felts , Emoroldory , Knlttiug
Silkn nnd Stamped Goods. Nloo Ansnrtnont of Appliqne Pictures
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. , \
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOW1
Ana WKSTSIDE SQUARE , CLARINDA IOWA ,
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