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rflJS JDAlJjY BJtiE : COUNCIL BLUFI'S , IOWA MONDAY , MAY 22 , 1882 ,
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The Daily Bee.
GOUKGIL BLUFFS.
ill
Monday Morning May 22.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - 20 cent * per week.
By M ll , - - - - - - - $10 00 per Year.
Offlco : No. 7 Ponrl Street , Near
Broadway.
0. E. MAYNK , MMiupcr City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
Fancy goods at cost at Hcrznmn's.
Frank Mnyo U to appear hero tomorrow
row evening in "Davy Crcckctt , "
Saloons nhich have no back or nldo
doors are In bad luck now for Sunday
business.
Goods fresh at low price * , Hcrzman.
Don't forget to call at the new ice
cream parlors of Mrt. J , A. Gray , over
COj Broadway. may22.tf
The Methodists ore to hnvoa pleasant
social in the rmrlora of the Broadway
church next TucHday evening ; .
Closing out Rale at Hcrzman' * ,
Joseph liciter makea suits in the lat
est styleo at 310 Broadway. aprl/Mf
The 1'hcrnSx hook nml ladder boys are
making quite ilaborato preparations fur
their ball , to bo ivcn nt Bloom & Nixon's
hall on the evening on the 31st.
Herzman is surprising everybody.
The sheriff has in his pusso'sion n
nwitch key and other article ? , apparently
belonging to come railroader , and the own
er of which should apply to him.
Take your Jcc frtm the Blue Wnrons
Orders taken nt J. T. Olivet's nnd nt
' . Mullholli ml&Co.
Joins Bios' . Grocery. < ,
Successors to D. F. Kicher. np29tf
The Intent ones given permit to wed
are Nels Hnii'en nnd Laura M. Orrganed ,
both of Credent City ; Henry Brown and
Henrietta Williums , botli of this city.
There IB n good deal of a farce to the
r alleged working out of the fines by pris
oners in the culabooce. The prisonets ou-
occasionally called on to sweep out ihec ity
building , or do gorrjo little work of that
wort , but the days of stone breaking and
work on the Ftreeti are about over.
Yesterday was a rather breezy one foi
the inmates of the calaboose. A prisoner
put in there the other day , who was rath
will , Lroke out the ( jlasH in the windows
and as the glazier bad not been around
the cold air had full away to chill the Sun
day stayers ,
Wo are pleased to. refer our readers ti
the adverlieenmnt of Dr. Bellcogor ,
Council Bluffs , eye nnd car surgeon , ni
bespeak for it the consideration of all wh
are utifortunuto to bavo any UHO for a goo <
eye or ear surgeon , ho bain < a regular
physician and a specialist in the best sense
1 the word.
Two ) < irls who have gamed gome no
toriety before by having sinash-ups and
runaways wera out yesterday on anothoi
wild drive. One team was taken uway
from them , but they succeeded in getting
another. Such Ttild Sunday hurrahs
nhoulcl b ? speedily clucked by the arrest ol
the girls and the fellowu who accompany
them.
them.It
It begins to look ai if a now opera
house for Council Bluff * is an assured fact.
All that is needed is a little more goneros-
Itr and enterprise on the part of u fexv men
who are abundantly able to help the plan
along , nnd who will iudirectly receive a
full pecuniary reward for the money they
way advauco now. By all mounsgivo tl.u
opera homo plan a starter.
John Hitchcock so far forgot liiniBell
while standing in n Broadway saloon that
lie leaned buck against the ecrecn ,
though it was a solid wall. Of course the
screen took a tumble und Hitchcock with
it. He struck on the back of his head ,
knocking him insennible , and for several
minutes it wus thought the man was dy <
lug. lie has iccovered , however , and U
Able to be itbout , though the blow wus
rather fcerious one.
Among tl o many preparations being
made for Decoration day , Tuesday. M
30th , it should not bo forgotten that the
Catholic ladle * of the city nro preparing to
give A very attractive festival un the eve
ning of that d y , nt Dohacy'd hall. The
object of the festival is to rabo funds f r
the payment of expenses connected with
the church , Tba enterprise , IB ono which
will merit hearty support ,
The race announced to take place Sat
urday afternoon between the hones be
longing to Ira 1'Jatner and W. B , Cuppjr ,
lias been Indefinitely postponed. One re&-
, aon auigt ed is that the track was not in
good condition , on account of the heaxy
rain the night previous , Another is that
the complications surrounding the race ,
and which buve been so freely ditcumtd
liy horsemen within the past few d y >
were so unny as to prevent u mutual
agreement necessary an a preliminary to
race.
AND
The Talk on the Prohibition Ques
tion Continued.
The Ilov. Mr. Lemon lost Friday
night spoke at Areca in behalf of the
prohibitory amendment. The meet
ing was held in the opera house , and
despite the rain there was a goodly
aired audience , including a number of
ladies who had braved the storm. It
was decided to hold another mooting
at the eaniB place next Tuesday erem
ing , to bb addicesed by the same
speaker.
Ilev. 0. Comptou Burnett , the ad
vocatu on the other side of the ( juea
tioii , io to speak at Logan Monday
night , at Missouri Valley Tuesday
night , at Glen wood Wednesday bight ,
At Council BluiTd Thursday night , at
Ilarluu Friday night , and at Ave < u
Saturday night.
HJr , Uurnutl has gained some notoriety
riety hero by hia attacks ou Ah1.
Finch , and in also known an a appikt ref
of ability , mid no doubt there will l > o
many why will gliully listen to him
next Thursday evening , and c&pociaJjy
after Mr. Finch gave him ouch 4
ecafhing rebuke lor attaching hit
ANDERSON'S APOLOGY.
It Is Extremely Thin but it is the Bos
Ho can Ofler.
The "boom" candidate for con
grcBsionnl honors , Mnj. Anderson
and the man who stands behind am' '
keeps yelling "boom , " have evidently
become frightened at the clearness
with which their scheme to gobble tlio
convention has boon shown up. The
belief is prevalent that AndDrsonalias
Chapman , and Chapman , alias Ander
son have diligently but quietly fixed
things as far as they cotildj and then
knowing that there was no permanent
strength in the movement , jumped tor
a convention at once. They knew
that a fair , full contest would end in
their doloat. A simp judgment wa
their only show , and oven this was a
small show , but it being the only ono ,
they jumped for it with the snap of a
hungry dog lor a bit of meat. It was
evidently thought by them that the
people would not see through it , but
lindiug that the people have other
means of getting posted besides reading -
ing the Nonpariol , a hasty apology io
i ivcii , with the liopo that it may prove
a balm and a hush.
The Nonpariol fishes about for BOIIIO
excuse for the enrly call of the co
volition. In its dusporntion it sayn
that "tho committee has cotnn to this
conclusion to end the strife. " What
strife ? According to the Nonpareil
everybody is fairly howling for Ander
son , and thoio un't any other candi
date of strength enough to bo recog
nized , nnd yitt it declares that the
strife must end. It tumbles into fur
ther falsehood by saying : "Wo think
the committee is entitled to the thanks
of our party for their judicious and
impartial course , which was dictated
solely in the interests of party har
mony and success , and not to hinderer
or to advance the fortune of any can
didate whatever. " The party will
hardly obey John Chapman's order to
tip their hata and thank thu committee
for being hoodwinked by him. "Die
tatud in the interests of party harmony
and success ! " Whoso success ? It
may bo dictated in the interests of
Anderson's success , and dictitcd by
Chapman. "Dictated in the interests
of party harmony ! " John Chapman
and his man Audurson have found out
by this time , if they did
not1 know it before , that the
very tendency of the snap qumo
is to awaken opposition and divide thu
party. Even the committee , to star !
with , was divided in opinion. The
friends of all other candid itcs except
Anderson naturally feel outraged.
The cull has been the first move to-
wi > rd destroying harmony , and none
know thin better than the linn of An
derson & Co.
The call purports to bo sinned by
five of the cuminit.teemon. Wiiy not
have lixod upon a time which would
have mot the approval of all , if "purty
harmony" was so much desired ? The
Nonfurcil cannot give an honest an
swer.
The Nonpareil cannot give a reason
for thus forcing the convention upon
n date only five days previous to < .ho
ulection , when another question will
bo engrossing public attention.
The Nonpareil cannot give a reacon
for forcing the convention at a time
when farmers arc busy ,
The only explanation at all reasona
bio is ono which the Nonpareil ddVo
not givo. Anderson's alleged "boom"
is worked up as far as it over can bo
worked. Like a soap bubble , it must
bo tossed in the air quickly and ad
mired hurriedly ere it burst. In the
hope that other candidates will
not have time to work the field , in
the liopo that farmers will bo too busy
to attend to primaries , in the hope
that the pubho mind will bo largely
taken up'in another question which
their immediate votes must decide ; in
fact , in the liopo ot sly work , quickly
douo , the nomination may bo grabbed ,
the call has been planned. It lias not
been decided upon by xny consulta
tion of the committee in which all
sides have been heard , but by .latter
writing and oxparto statements.
The most cheeky hit of any is for
such political aspirants for power to
dcclaro as a reason for an early con
vention : "Surely the public has
ionic rights which oven ho ted candi
dates are bound to respect. " While
thus attempting to choke the throat
of public opinions , it docs it under the
excuse that the public wants rest ,
nnd don't want to be bothered with
discussing the matter. As well might
highwayman excuse himself for
choking a man on the ground , by say
ing that ho is afraid the man will got
tired talking , and ho is giving him
rest by clutching off his breath. ' 1 hu
iear public , of whom those- men seem
io tender , cannot bo duped by such
nonsense.
Will Major Anderson or "Colonel"
John Chapman show how they have
been "tho dear "
helping people" of
ate , by training in the ranks of mon
opolists. ? "Tho dear pooplo" would
like a littla past history to make the
Hidden interast in "tho dear peoulo"
loom consistent.
Why should these two co-workers
nsist on having the convention hold
wo months earlier than usual , when
ho election is ono month later than
isual ?
la it bocauio Anderson is afraid
hat if time is given , his public and
> rivato recotd will bo fully examined
aid shown up ? If ho is afraid to give
nis own party time to thoroughly
overhaul hia past , what faith can In-
: mvu that his record will stand the as-
laults of his political enemies of other
parties , and who will , in CABO ho shall
bo nominated , have a long time in
which to pick out its weak point ? No
man should aspire to the honor of
representing this congressional dis
triot , who iu apparently so afraid of
liaqim ; his record discussed by thosu
of his own party , ns to try to spring u
sonyontion upon them. It is no con-
Fussion of weaknes in a man's faith in
llio strength of his support und thu
invincibility of hia own character.
BOLD BURGLARY.
& . Cheeky Follow Trios to Sol' An *
other Miin'tt .Household Furniture.
A strange attempt won made Satur-
lay afternoon to steal p 'quantity of
lousehold goods belonging to M. A.
jong , a painter , living vu Main street ,
. 'ho family wore all away at the time ,
nd had boon just packing up prepara
tory to moving. A quantity of furni
tnro , bedsteads , tables , etc. , was fltil
in the house , when n follow nnmcf
Thomas Caldwell forced an entianco
found the condition of affairs and then
found a second-hand dealer. Finding
one , ho represented that ho was abou
moving , and had some goods to sell.
The nt'cond-hand man wont with him
to the spot , but before any bnrgait
was mndo ho accidentally ran acroet
ono of the relatives of Mr. Long , and
by this means found the true condi
tion of nll'rtirs , Caldwell was prompt
ly arrested by Ollicor Brooks , locked
up at the police station , and booked
for trying to soil goods belonging to
others , and for burglary , by entering
a house that was locked. Ho will
probably have a chance to tell his side
of the story to Judge Aylesworth this
morning. .
SUSPECTS AND SINNERS.
Those of Them Who are Tftkini ? up
Time and Attracting Attention
In the Courts.
In the district court the Ilatigan
murder trial has been the chief topic of
thought and talk for several days past
The case was given to the jury Fri
day nltcrnoon. The twelve remained
out all night , oil of Saturday forenoon ,
past dinner time , and in the afternoon
reported that they had not agreed , but
Judge Hied sent them back to their
closet ugain , and there they were kept
until Saturday evening about 7 o'clock ' ,
when { hey were discharged , it being
evident that , no agreement could bo
reached The jury stood tlireo or
acquittal and nine for conviction.
These who were in favor of convic
tion were willing to bring in a verdict
of guilty in ono of the leaser degrees
of manslaughter , in order to secure an
agreement , but the trio who believed
that R.itigun was not K"ilty of any
oifotiBO hung to their opinion and no
compromise could bo eltuctud. It is
said that another trial will bo had at
once , but it may go over to another
term.
During Saturday the ease of the
States .lohn ftlcDonald , was tried.
McDonald was charged with dealing
in intoxicants at Grisnold , Caaa
county , the case being brought hereon
on a change of venue. The jury re
tired about noon , and , after being out
nearly four hours , returned a verdict
of guilty.
Chris Johnson has entered a com
plaint in the superior court against
Mr. Hales ior soiling wood without
duly measuring it. Johnson claims
that ho bought and paid for a cord of
wood , and when lie measured it ,
found that it was thirty fcot short.
Ilitnco ho cries for ro/ongo.
Mrs. Carroll , liiing ou Vine street ,
is complained of by some of her
neighbors for creating u nuisance by
throwing slopu of an aggravating
character into the yard of a neighbor-
inir woman , who would not have it. A
Apicy revelation of a neighborhood
row fa promised when the c.uio . cumes
up for hearing to-day , before Judge
AylfBWorth
Muud Everett , ono of the houso-
juopers in ' Rotten Row , " was ou
Saturday fined $5 for assaulting an
other girl.
Ollicor Sterling arrested a well
dressed stranger near the Northwest
ern depot for being BO drunk as to bo
regardless of thu safety of others. lie
lad a largo now Colt's revolver , with
ill the latest appendngcs for man-
killing , and was b.andishing the
oadod weapon about in n reckless
way. Iovua disarmed and locked
ip , giving his namu aa Dr. II 0.
Stewart. Ho wnn released on Satur-
lay , leaving a $50 watch and his re
volver as surety for his appearance at
I o'clock in the afternoon , but failed
to materialize then.
Three plain drunks are to he dis-
) oeeo ; of this morning : W. T. Shuttle-
vorth and 11. Oaughey , arrested by
lllicur Bronks , and a nmn named Me-
Invorn , arreatud by Oilicurs Brooks
and Barhyto.
Some time aso attention wna called
o the fact that the law provides that
his city can reunluto and license
saloons uituatod within two miles of
lie city limits. Some of these rural
saloons have complied with the notice
ii'rvod on them and have paid their
icunso money , but some have neg-
uctcd the mutter. Complaints have
30on tiled against three of these ,
ichultz , Lotus n and Banerkoupolnnd
hey will probably bo brought into
court to-day.
THEY GO WILD.
Piano players go wild over these
no Checkering and Wobur Vianos , at
Mueller's.
Kill a Levin , who U uiiployotl in the
dice of the clerk of the couito , has a
wonderful well trained cnt , who is a tdiow
n hertclf , She follows her mauler like a
i'p , hakeu paw * when bidden , sjicaks in
ler peculiar luhguago in reply to epics-
lonn , and hu inniiy amuaing tricks ,
which in ukes her entitled to the ofliclal
of the liOfB cat of the couit house.
Mr. Phil , Mauror , 101 Hill street ,
tYoy , N Y , , writes ; Last full I WUM
at'acked ' with a snvcro rheumatic ail
nont. and Biifl'ort'd great pain , I tiied
> t. Jacobs Oil and was speedily cured ,
Jpon the second application the pains
i-ft , mid , as said , in a short time I
vas entirely cured. It is our homo
linpeiisaiy and most valued friend.
rho Prohibition Amendment A Gual-
longo from Alex Obort.
To the Killtor oi 11m lieu :
I tint that the temperance folks are
I'liliiiiK a great dtml of fm over the pro-
ill ill n amendment , that U ti be voted
orora amtt ou the 27th day of June
text ,
how. f they are BO sanguine an 1 ture
hut if the amendment is curried th t it
vi 1 i-top the trilo aul consumption uf iu
'ix'ciitlni ; liquors in thu ttiite of Iowa , let
my one of them put one hundred dollard
u thu VIrut National 1 ank of Council
lulfr , 1 iwit , and I will thru do the name ;
et liuili nuns leiuuln iu the l > unk for ona
W'lirnu mti'refct. If the amendment doei
niiliii it the ute of Intoxicating hqnora iu
hu ttate , thru my huudre 1 1 ull.irb and in-
.Kien KOOS to the person who puts up his
n o hundiol dollan , luit if thu uiu nd *
n nt does not stop the HBO ol iiroxic.Uiiiy
I < ] iu > r , then I uill he entitled to th it per-
biiii'n hundred dollar * and 1 ttrot. I
mther say and defy m > y of to-called
OK purancu folks to t > ho\v me or any nther
uiMzen vthut bouo'it tha labor or fa uiur or
unv < > ne alto will have by the euac ing of
nld luiieuduiuut. On the contrary , it la
tot thu mean * of taking from the iiuiucr
roui fourttitn to twenty cents per bimhel
> n ivrn and wheat became hu will le
orctd to nhip hi * groin ont of the state ,
and give the laVrers In oilier Hntes env
pluyuient in timnnfnctuririK this gr.In
and then Ihiy will have to fay the mil
road com mnies freight to htiii ( { bnck thl
mnnnfncttired Rrnlo ,
I won d aok there snn e | > f opln ngain
whether tl.ey have n right to dictate to mo
or any other Irec-bom Au-eriean citizen
wli.nt he xhall at nr what he shall diink ,
or where withal thall he heilothe'iT
If tliey have this rlxhtl- not thiitclavcrjr
in it' * worst fnri ? la n t thftt the rc.ii > on
that our furefrtthers ifft the n other to n-
tiy > .n.l . fought and c' ' nqtiered in the r vn-
lutlonarv war ? WO.H it tii t foi he i ur-
P' ' oof throwing off the yol'e tn thai they
might do us neemed t > them best , accord
ing to the dictates of their wn conscience' )
and not us D tyrannical tiller or pet nf
rul rs would have them to do ? The late
war th ugh which wo niwed wm waged to
wipe off fiom our escutcheon the ono great
Btninth/v tolled it , viz : slavery.
Now in tills enlightened age d" our
lempernncn brethren wlsn to iinio | e up n
UK the yoke which ieil from the necks ot
four million human beingat he clo o of
the war ? ] ) n they alfo wi h to throw out
of employment th us mlii o 3a1 > rers and
nicchaiilcc , and turn the * tide of Immigra
tion from , instead of toward our n'atc , and
to depreciate the value of proiieity instead
of incroJsing it
Now good temperance follcc , arise and
ijivc u snine foutr.lconnnim sense , instead
of appealing to the sentimental side of hu-
mm nature , nnd m > f. mlslc.id the fanner.- ,
laHororM and mechanics bv a fallacy.
Will jou have our ( .tato increate both in
wraith nd t > o u ation , or like tmti our
( liter fttnto , jCnnna , under the rrglme of
Ltuv. St. John , dccrea o in wealth , popula
tion ant ! In the intellectual capabilities of
the i coplc ? Yourn renpectfullv ,
irmySniSt Al.KX OnEltT.
Horsi'ord'a Acid Phospbuto
In sea sickness is of great value. Its
\ction on the nerves of the disturbed
stomach is soothing and oflbotivo.
22'1it < viw
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special advertisements , sue aa
Ust , Found , To rx > an , For Sale , To Kent ,
Wants , Hoarding , etc. , 111 bo Inserted In thlt
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS PKli
LINE for the first Insertion nnd FIVE CENTS
? 11U LINK ( or each subsequent Insertion
[ x = ave ( ulv crttsomcnta at our office , No. 7
l'ca'1 Street , near UroaJttRy ,
Wants.
> NTKD. AA No. 1 watir at Louie's
W rciUurnnt , r 25aiidni7 ! Urumlwa ) . in22t (
WANTED no for Mt li n and one
GlllLS hoUHUwfirlr. $4 0) per wick paid t-i
mch. Whshln. do a i uf. Apj Ijr to Mrs Hnr-
i'co Kreiott , tour.ctl IllntTj , niay20-tt :
ANTBIl Oood-flrl for -t'licral IIOUHIiorl <
W Inijulroat llco olllcc. m\v till
" \\rANTKu-nirl to do ( jetie nl liotiBiwork.
VV Applj Mis. W. S , Au.i > nt corner 7th
andEthuv. niajlOtf
WANTKD I'.vurybody In Council Ulufls Ir
to take TUB DEK , 'JO cents per week , do
Ihcrcd h > carriers. Ofllce , No 7 Pearl Street
near Hro.idv ay. _
To buy 100 tons broom corn
For particulars mhlrcxi Council DluB
Rroom Pii'torv rmmrll Illulfi Inwn B5H-29tf
For Sale and Bent
J Otl HhNT Now house of tev n roarnfl. For
I
pnrtlailitis luqulic of F. M t lllnin , on
T710K Al.noilE ( Tobmakup rcn ok..cii-
J ] IIIL' fur iturr. carpclc.Ht , etc , etc.
W. E MALLOUY ,
iniitf AtHhusr it Iinplcmo .t Co ' - .
H - < ALE-8htct ; muslo vor h 35 ccntn tD
JTI 31 on ( or r i nta a opy , and over 10,000
other useful articles , nt Hrnitli & Kvcrutt'sUrrat
Flv.i a il T ii. ( ! i > t Store , NJ. HO Ilroi ay ,
ionii.ll H.uB , Irwa. ma-J0-t (
' II NT Kurn s cd room. Innulrn No. 5
H'OH litroet.
" 1710 t SALE. Kjhty-ncro farm pattly cultl-
E vateil , two ml tii wi'st of Umaha Udell &
i a . _ ro-U-tt
OU HKN 1'irtnruholfl ot nlcu residence ,
IT or will Bt.ll on ca j ttiuis. ypuly at I'ej
nHltu. _ iua2-tt
IJ OH HF.NTTwo p'casint r on B lii > cry do-
r elrnM locitlon.tiilior furnlnhed or u ( urn-
Ishtil ; 9 > iltaUc for liidi uor | ; riitk-u < ci ) ,
arlT-H | _ JV . b < jU UK & CD.
. HALft llca.tiiul renlUiuce .ots , $60
1 oath ; nothing down , andlter onth only ,
bj fX JIAYOH VALOIIAN
npla-tt _
1.E-OU papera S6o per hundred , t
Tim IVn ntlU-o t'mitifll Blmfi. a 27-t (
MlfcelJanuoud.
riTIE i.V'l LSIOK ( iALLlillY the Hist to in-
1 troc'ui'u tlio i o v Inttt iiit.incoiH froccsn nnd
inul e a sjctcsi o it. Oil Inn.I sea tiuclmcna. |
nlr cold fptitaclcn. A liberal reward
LOT o paid IU ft at IIIK HKK otlcc ! 11161 f
. W. I , . l'ATUN-rb > vlclan and Oculist.
DK. euro any c\- " ( f sore cje" . It Is only
k matter of timu , and can euro generally In
from three tc fho wicks It niakca no differ-
encu how lent' illscnsLcl. Will et bighten crute
cycn , operate and remo\o I'lyrKrlnnm , etc. , and
nscrt arllflclal cyca b | > ccUl attention to remove -
move ng taduwonni. apS-tt
A NYONKWANI'INO § on e tine quillty broom
J\ . corn tecU can get It l > r writing tn
upl3tf I'.T. MAYNEQjumllBluffa
One of the beat a cond rl sj Hotels In th
West Is the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. K IinnWN , Proprktor.
Not. 31 and 536 Ilroidway , ouncll Ilu8slow .
Tabla supplied with thn but the market af-
foroX Q oil rooms and tint-cla&i bodj. Terini
very reaaonable.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. 0. Gerspacher& Son ,
KIHHT CLA 8 liOIKf. AT HPA8ONABLE
l'KIK ( ! < . TIUKBIi : TS ACCOMMO1MTKU.
IIOTKN FO . JUNT. t001 ! > ItUASONH KOJl
UEN11NO.
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL.
N , Anderion - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower 1) ) road way.
Table inppl ert III ) Uio liest the nurVetaf-
or > < . Tcrum J3.60and flOO | > er e V. Transient
il.OO per Uav
If Von Wich n Lunob Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Joups , Ment , mid Kntalilru alwayi on
liiind. Pive 0 > nta per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
AND '
,
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS.
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMIHIHG AND BRAINING ,
Shop Corner Hroadway and Soott St
MRS. J. P. BILLUPS ,
I'KOPllIFTOIt OK
RESTAURANT & EATING HOUSE ,
81S South Main Sir1 , Courcil B'uflJ. '
New houto and new'/ fitted lip In flnt class
tylo. MotU at all ho rt lo crean and lemo-
tud ereriveiiiujf. . t rulU auil ioa ( ct oa rle .
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
JOSTON 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 ,
W.W.'SHERMAN
MANUFACTURER OF
Road , Track , Ooach & Livery
I
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SlIKl'.MAN , Business Manager.
W.M. CHRISTOPHER , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. . Council Bluffs , la.
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Bright and yellow and Imcl nnd cnld ,
Molten , graven , hammered and roll'd ,
Heavy to get and light , to hold ;
Hoarded , baitcied , bought and sold ,
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled ;
Spurned by the young , but hugged by the
old
To the very verga of the churchyard
mould ;
Price of many a ciiino untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If vou want to have gold you must
spend vourmoney to the very bestndvnnt-
age. Do business with cash men , nnd
where only one piice will be asked or
taken.
REMEMBER'
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are right. Our business ia a
gu i ran tee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLOR la our motto. Our busi-
nesa ia in a moat healthy condition. Every
department ia doing good work. Canned
Goods are golnx off very cheap. Teaa
and Coffees a choice as nrtinent. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Cotne and
nee us , we will do you pood.
F , J , OSBOENE & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
House.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
Office ana Worka , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo giro special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will recetre prompt attention. A general as
sortment of
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Oofco , Ooal ,
OHAS , HENDRIE ,
President ,
2i OSCAR WILDE 2i
GAS ETXTUKES.
Bixby & Wood ,
THE PLUMBERS.
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets ; )
J. M. PALMEE ,
DKALEll IN
REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN AQBNT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. 1'carl & lit Ave. COUNCIL DLUFFB.
MAUROR & ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rlcli Out Glass , Fine French China ,
SUvor Were &o. ,
HO BEOAPWAT. . COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
'
MRS , fl. J , HILTON , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadwav , Council Bluff * .
\T. 8. AMENT , JACOB Slllfl
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsollors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
DK RY GOODS
HOUSE.
Broadway , Dor. Fourth Street , ,
*
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
mar-2-3m
J. MUELLER'S
I mean business and no blowing.
Having recently contiacted for 600 3VC
Oigaus and over 200 Pianos for the sea-
sou , to bo S' ' Id at Bargains for Cash , aud
on tin o Agents wanted.
L
Correspondence solicited.
. & .
X
O ' J. MUELLER ,
O
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
IW
F
E B B
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Sluff and Willi-w Streets , Council Bluffs ,
Mirrors , Upholstery , Repairing , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. TJryant St. , Council lilufla , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH R8AIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OI'l'Y None but first-clnss Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRE-0 , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN -
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
CSOXT3WC33CIU
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , also , Railroad Landa ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNIJ , over Raving Bank , - OOTJ VOlLj BLTJPS
NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED-
GEO. E. BE&RD , 11 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs
0. A. I1EE1JE , W. UUNVAN , W..JJEEUK
C. A. BEEBE & OO. ,
Wholesale and He tall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Mrs , J , E , Metcalfe and Iiss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing : In all kinds of farcy goofs , H'ch BB Lacei , Embroideries , Ijidlcs' Undeiwoa
of all descriptions. Also llandlimhleig , both In ellh and linen , hose ot all Kinds , thread , pm ,
needles , ttc. Wo hope the laalea will call aud see our stock of goods at (30 liroadway before go
! ( rlsewhere.
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEAEL STREET ,
Dealer In
ZEPHYRS , CERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kind N. A Fall Line of Cimvni , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
Silks and Stamped Goads. Nlco Acsortnent of Appliqno Flotnrca
Ztrp
w
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
And WESTSIDB SQUAEE , CLARINrA IOWA ,