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THE DAILY BEE-CO UisCUL J3LUJFES IOWA TUESDAY , OOTOBbll 3 ' / / "
The Daily Bee.
Tuesday Morning , Oct. 3.
8UU3C1U fllON t R ATKSi
BrCttrier , - - - - - SOcontiptr week.
B ; Mill . . - . - - $10.00 pet Ye r.
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nonr
M. 0. OHIFFi ; : , M nicr. |
H. W. T1LTON , City Edltor.1
MINOR MHNTION13 ,
J. Mueller's IMlace Muslfc Hall.
Sherraden makes photographs ,
Some sneak stole a fine largo 11 ig
which has been hanging in front of A. T.
lUwellV cflico during the reunion ,
A calored boy yesterday nipped a hat
ftoml-'orman's store on llroadway , but was
ought and locked up and ( ho hat recov
ered. Ho gave his name as Andrew Horn ,
Justice Abbott yesterday trleJ to ad
just the HchlckclUiu-Smith-Crclfihton
neighborhood row , but has reserved his de
cision for a few days.
Joseph Keller makes the Finest Suits
n tbo latest styles , at the lowest poenlblo
prices. Ills merchant tailoring establish
ment Is at 310 Upper Broadway , Council
The boya In the Jail were having a
merry time yesterday afternoon , ono uf
them having gained a mouth orgsn , In nd.
dltton to the ono with which nature had
provided him , and bis follows "hoed it
John Ciln , the young man who was
engaged In the ( booting scrape Sunday ,
and firo-1 a revolver acrow Broadway at
Charlie Graves , was in the superior court
yesterday morning , and was fined $30 for
shooting in the street.
Joseph llosi , the upper Broadway
cooper , desires to purchase 50,000 hoop
poles. He also wishes to employ ton extra
coopers , Write to or inquire at hit cooper
One-Legged Sullivan , suipcclod of
robbing a drunken farmer , will get out of
charge ou account of a dlllicully In gather
ing up the needed evidence. Ho now
stands booked for vagrancy ,
The M. Leavltt and Tony Pastor com-
blnatloc.dido the Ogdcn their headquar
ters whllo hero. They appeared hero last
evening giving \cry erjoyablu entertain
ment , spicy , varied , with muc.li real merit
and many unique features. They appear
at St , Joseph next.
At an early hour in tlo morning sotro
sneak thief visited the residence of Mrs ,
1'araon ) , on Bancroft street , and tucoccdod
in getting nway with a hat belonging to
ono of the boarders , and a bundle of washIng -
Ing belonging to another.
Yesterday morning about 1 o'clock an
alarm of fire was turned lu , anil promptly
responded to by the department. It
proved to be a slight blaze in the hallway
leading to Justice Balrd'n oflicc. A wood-
box which stood there was In a blaze , ap
parently the work of eomo careless mucker.
It was speedily squelched , however , and
without theueo of the engines.
Leaves tn wed wcro yesterday given to
11. O. Joseph and Annie Glilttar , of this
city ; Hiram Jone * , of Nordoway county ,
Mo. , and Mangle White , of 1'ottawattomio
county ; John W. Hard and Maggie Heft ,
of this city ; Morrltt Barnes and Aunio A.
Blake , of Avoca ,
Yesterday nfternotn the funeral ser
vices of Kugene Schull wore held and were
very largely attended , Among the sym
pathizlng friends were the butcher * , who
attended In a body , on horseback , to the
number of forty , and with the Bohemian
band playing appropriate inuslo to thus
indicate their respect for the departed ,
The next great boom for Council
Bin ( In will bo the mcetiuirof the grand
lodge of Knights of Pythias , to be hold
here the latter part of this month. It Is
expected there will bo 2,000 , Knights In
line. There are now ninety lodges in this
state , with a membership of neaily ' 1,000.
Win. Foster was complained of Wm
Aiken for shooting firearms on Harrison
street , Alkcn claiming that his children
were endangered by the caieless shooting ,
Foster appeared before Judge Aylesworlli i
yesterday mornliif , but Alken was not on i
band , and the caio was dlrmlised at th 0
latter'd cost. Afterwards Aiken put in an
appearance , and was quito irate about th o
disposition of the case , and claimed thai t
lie was not informed when the trial wouli d
On account of llMiealth W. C. Krl
has sold his half Interest in the whnlesal
fruit and confectionery business of Krb
Duquette , ou Pearl street , tha purchasers
being Meiers. Gullhort and Jtousella. Tl
new firm will bo known as Duquette
( iullberti Co. Mr. Gullbcrt and M
llouBtclla have been connected with tli
bouse for some time. Mr , Guilhert wl
now tike clurgo of the books , and Mr
ButlliiKtau , the bookkeeper of the oldlirn
will bo retained ai credit man a wl
r J. Fred Myers , while editing The
DecnUou He\iew , In reUewing the many
charges against Anderson's personal char
acter and public record , said : " \Vo have
never seen n specific denial or refutation
of thete charges and therefore licllevu them
to be true , " Now that he U under pay of
Tha Nonpareil and Its chief editor , it sayi
ofAndenou ; "He has no public or politi
cal record to be defended , aud hence hli
private character limit be availed through
faliebood and slander , " Myers should >
have burned up the files of The Itevlew
before taking the helm of The Nonpareil ,
The Deaf Mute Hawk-Bye , published
at the liutitutlon here , sends forth as the
initial number of its third volume n sixteen
teen page paper , which Is full uf reading
matter , too. It Is newsy , has literary
meiit , also , and in typographical appear-
once will bear comparison witli the bo-t
In the hud , Motes Folsom , the editor , Is
certainly entitled to great praise for the ;
ability and enterprise which U manifest
on every one of the sixteen pages , The
Hawk-Kyo Is a credit to the inititutlon ,
aud to Couu.cU liluUV , aud shall certainly
receive a liberal support. Not only doen
it gather up enugly , and eervo up vplcily
all the news of Interest to the iuititutiou
IU pupils and friends , but it take * a wider
range and gives much that Is of genersl
interest to the public. It is doublftl 11
there is any piper sent forth from any lu.
ititution of the kind In the land which can
eo.u l this.
The le of round trip touriit tickets
to St. 1'aul and Minneapolis via of the
"Sioux City Houle" WM discontinued Oc
tober 1st. The rapidldlty with which
"cool Minnesota , the land of the sky tint
ed water" N growing In favor ai a Mitnmcr
report l Romelhlng remarkahle. The Ma-
ton ju t closed has been cold nnd ixs a rule
unfavorable for lourht buitncxs , yet in
isplto of Ihll tha ( Himmer travel travel over
the ' 'Sioux City Ilouto" was unusually
large , which muni be largely accounted for
by the favorable reports brought back bi
lbo tourl t , who are sure to return with
the moit pleasknt remembrances of thtir
trip over this popular line and the delight
ful resort of MinnesoU.
Tha well known and staunch agricul
tural house of Van lirnnt & Co , , has been
changed to Van Itrutit , Thompson & Co.
Mr. George W. Thompson , tha Incoming
pattner , Is a ton of W. C. lliompson , n
prominent banker of Hockford , 111 , nnd
has been Interested with him in the manu
facture of agricultural Implements at that
place. Mr. Thompson was hero last week
and perfected arrangements , and will move
here with his Umlly about ths first of No-
ecmber. He Is an enterprising man , ex-
perlcnced In the buslnesi , and the firm
will be made still stronger by the change.
The firm Is one of the oldest , best known
and most siiccewful firms in its line , and it
will branch out still'further.
In the United States court yesterday
the caee of Alkcn , Underwood ft Co. vs.
It. lcnton & Son , on n grain contract , was
given to the jury , who brought In n verdict
for 81'J3.08 In favor cf the defendants.
Th's was tried before Judge Love. The
cane of Alkon , Underwood & Co. vs.
Avcry , Spanglor& Co. Is on trial before
Judge J.O1C. The case of Ituth Miles vs.
C. , M. & St. 1' . railway , which has been
on trial before Judge Shims , has been
given to the jury. A number of minor
caics of violations of the revenue law were
dlipmcd of also. The case of David Dowa
t Co. vs. W. C. Llbboy , sheriff of Adair
county , Is on trial before Judge Sliiras , a
jury being waived.
Louie , the well known restaurant man ,
ha.an hunting dog which he prize * highly.
About a year ago some one stole the dog ,
and ho regained him only after much
trouble and some cxpenie. Ho swore
death to dog stcalcrs , BO ho was naturally
to retaliatj when on Sunday eve
ning tie spied i. fellow loading oft his dog ,
using a handkerchief as a dog collar.
da hei out , knocked the fellow down nnd
took the dog nway from him. The fellow
swore revenge , and after arming himself
with a slug came back to whip Louie , but
was arrested. He gave his name as Karl
Hltchey , nnd was booked for carrying con
cealed weapons and for stealing a dog
of the value of $200. The cane ou being
called before Judge Aylcsworth yesterday
wna transferred to Justice Franc's court ,
where It will be heard this morning.
The city council met in regular
monthly smlon lust evening but only al
lowed bills , postponing the other business
until this evening , at which time the bids
for building the now jail will be opened ,
iOU ) HALE.
My rouldoncoNo. | 715 Fourth ntroot
Bancroft' ) L. F. MUIU-MY.
Of all the remedies on earth that wel
may claim attention. Dn. THOMAS' ECI.EO-
Tina OIL commands especial attention ,
I'or wondrous power t.i cure diseuse , its
fuir.o there's none can throttle. Its merits
are not In the puff , but nro Inside the bet
tle. Hheumatism , neuralgia , sere throat
asthma , bronchitis , diphtheria , etc. , uroal
cured by Thomas' Klectrlo Oil.
C. I ) . Kaison , of Corning , was at the
S. A. McAtee , of the firm of McAtee &
Fox , h.-u returned home.
Thomas George nnd C. J. George o
Corning , are at the 1'aoific ,
J. A. Churchill , the well known puin
man , started off yesterday on a two weeks1
John M , McDonald and wife , of .Sioux
City , were in the city yesterday , guoats ol
the Ogden house.
John IJ. 1'owcll , special corresponded
of the 0. M. ft St. 1' . railway , was in th
city yesterday , and favored Tilii BEE will :
Dr. 1) , S. Star has returned from an ex
tended and successful prospecting trip fo
coal along the Una of the C. , It. k Q.
Prof , 1) , y.ukoivBlty In In the city , en
deavorlug to establish himself hero as
teacher of the violin , vlolincello and cor
net. Ho comes , from IiullunnpoHi , wit
K. 1 > \ Gariihoy , of Sidney , Ihe ilaput
grand dictator ot the Knights of Honor ,
In the clly , endeavoring lo organize a locu
lodge of that order here ,
C. U. Oook left yesterday for n trli ;
through northern Iowa lu the Interest of
Smith it Crlttendeu , the big dry gooda
A. J. Glass , of tha JanaivIllJ iimnnf.io.
luring company , aftt-r upending Sunday oin
thU city , left yesterday for St. Louis
where he fa to attend th fair , aud look af >
ter the dUplay of agricultural nuchlnery
to be iiiiulo there by hit coinjmny.
Truuaturm ? Titles.
The following transfers of real es
tate nro reported for TUB HERBS taken
from the county records by J. W.
Squire & Oo. , abstractors of titles ,
real catato nnd loan amenta , Council
Bluffs , Iowa ;
0. Freaton to D F. Eiclior , part of
lot C , in block 7 , Grime's add. , city
F. A. Connor to 0. Oslor , so } of
nw } 11 , 74 , 39-l,200.
W. II. English toJI. 0. Smith and
J. W. Bower , oi of BW ! und awf of
swl 14 , 74 , 8. 01,200.
> V. W. Bilger to II. V. Hilgor , lots
5 and G. in block 1 , Arnold's add. .
Oakland ? 300.
H. U. lionton et al to A. IJurgca ,
pait a o ] of n o j } , 20 , 74 , 43 , $100.
G. IJ. Hunter to B. F. Clayton , n
vrof 20 , 74 , 41 , ? 3,200.
M. IJ. Smith to B , F. Clayton , u l o
30 , 74 , 41 , 1,000.
H. Wallace to A , J. Wallace , B A of
n a i and u e I of n o i , ' . ' 0 , 74 , " 38 ,
11. E. llaiiBOu to A , IIooRowoniui ; ,
, lota 18 and 10 In block 10 , Meredith's
nld. , Avoca , $500.
E , II. Beaten to A. Burgca , a w . . |
of n o 1 and u w A " of a w i , 15 , 74 - ,
. 43 , $1,500.
Homo of the Facts UfttherecS from tbo
The finaricial condition of the city
'should interest every tax-payer nnd
properly owner , nnd hence Tun BrE
gives In full Iho following nj Auditor
report made up to the firaf of the
To Hie Honorable Major nnd City Councl' ot the
Ott ofPounilllllutK la :
GBXTIEMEN : 1 herewith submittho
following report of the city warratils
iiisued dnring the month of Septem
ber , 1882 , and the total amount uf
wairanti issued byordorof the present
council up to September 30 , 1882 :
General fantl for Scntember. . . .3 5,4&'J 19
Police fund tor September ti3 40
Total for the month S 0,102 fi9
Totslgeneralfundtodftte . . . .f2lC59 22
Total police fuud to date 4'JOi 18
Grand total for thh council..Si'JC21
Alao report the amount of bills
audited and allowed by this council ,
aS follows :
For Sept. GM Total.
Streets and alleys..81,801 ill 9S05 14
Fire department. . . . Ii02 12 0,355 25
Gas light -ICO SO 2,903 30
General fund 'J7fi 10 3 , f35 50
1'rlntlng 29 30 077 0.1
City cnnlnesr's olfUe 139 2J 050 33
condemnation ) . . . . ' 120 2.1 1,01200
I'ollco 7C03.i1,27010 ,
MltBoutl river levee. (560 ( CO COO 00
Total SCt38 : 83 829,929 93
Reapoctfully submitted October 2 ,
1882. F. A. BUIIKE ,
September to have been 128 , of which
nearly one-half were for drunkenncas ,
not a very favorable comment on the
effect of the prohibition amendment-
hero. The following are thn numbers
nrroatod for the various offonaes , the
total being eighteen more than , for the
month of August :
Amault nnd battery 7
Disturbing the peace 12
Assault with intent to rape 1
Immoderate driving 2
Violating common carriers' ordinance. . 1
Committing nuisance 3
Uiilng profane and abusive language. . . 1
Common carriers without license 2
Inmate houeo of prostitution 3
Carrying concealed weapons 1
Threats to extort money 1
COLLECTED IIY THE CLERK.
The city clerk'a report ahows ao col
lected during the past mouth :
Police court 32,210
Dog tax 102
Total 52,752 ,
Makes a cooling drink. Into a turn
blor of ice water put a toasponful of
Acid Phoapato ; add sugar to the taato.
Which Ia the Lie ?
The Nonpareil is getting badly rat'-
tlod over the fact that on all sldea
appears staunch opposition to Ander
son , and in its frenzied attempts to do
something or anything to keep its po
litical bark from sinking , tt docs some
ridiculous things and makes many
inconsistent statements. In one col
umn it says :
"Iho democracy throughout the
length and breadth of the land are
putting forth herculean efforts to
eocuro the control of the next con
In the very next column it says :
" \Vo therefore assort boldly that
there are in Council Bluff * moro dem
ocrats who will at the polls vote against
their pnrly candidate for congress than
It soema that ono or the other of
these ( statements is an out and out lie.
Which is the lie ?
The only supposition on which both
statements could bo true , is that the
democrats in voting for Anderson
think they are moro sure of getting
political power through him than
through 1'usoy , The Nonpareil Mill
hardly concede that Anderson is moro
of a democrat than Paaoy is , yet it
must do that , or else admit that ono
or the other of the statements urn do
is n botched attempt at making a lie.
Consumption U ofteu the tciult of not
curing a ooiu-h or cold at the proper time.
1'oopfu seldom reillze their inUtake until
they have Mien victims to this terrible
when it olten proves too late.
Take lulvlco and when troubled with
coughs , cokla , asthma , whooping cough ,
croup , fntluenzn , bronchltin , puiiij in the
rliefct and all DUeatoi of the Throat and
Luuga , use Dr. Unsanko'nCou h and Lung
iJViup , an Infalliablu remedy for the above
named dUcaro. Ask your drupgitt for it ,
pilot ) CO cents , Sola by Bchriter & Becht.
Barntiin ImaclIfrodS OOfora four legged
rooster ill Uuburjuo ,
Burlington U to lm\o a new Catholic
church tu coit 910,000.
The nlcohol works in Waterloo will he
put up in a short time.
An Inf tnt one year old died la Hurling-
ton l& t Sunday from the rtfectt of a grain
of corn which had lodged In Ita throat ,
An unearthly nolie which h 13 been ter
rorizing residents of the east aide , lea
Moines , of late , baa been tracked to a
W. I ) , Marry , one of the oldest printer *
In the atato and the oldest la Keokuk ,
died at that city ou Monday , the 25th.
H. L , Morrlll , recently appointed gener
al manager of the Boston , Ilooaac Tunnel
and Western railroad , wan formerly super-
lutendent of tbo Central railroad ot Iowa ,
aud U u native of the atate.
l-'rauk Lawson , n Chicago , Burllnpton &
Qulncy section man , was caupht between
twi moving trains at Oharlton , Lu M
county , ou Wednesday , end horribly man-
Bled , lie died wltbiu a few mlnutea. The
deceased bad been In Ihe employ of the
ompauy for eight yearn , and was very
steady and reliable.
Wright and BrUtow , two blind men
traveling together and gh lug school home
concert * , reaped a barwst of 8100 from
Calliope the other otijht by putting up a
jack-knife to be voted lo the lazleit man in (
A young genius named De Yale , living
near Creatou , had an idea he would make
a patent hedge trimmer , So , like Daritu
I Green , he put hU Idea into practical shape
by riveting an old icytho to the ce
| wheel of a corn shelter , The nt
WM a tncceiii , the only trouble being that
he didn't und inland how to handle it ] for
the thing cut a frichtful gaah nine Inched
long In hi * abdomen on the first trial , and
he will make no mote hedge trimmers.
A Jasper county farmer attempted not
lorn ? flnce to burn cut n bumble bee's nect
under hh crantry. He wai mure than
snccMsful } but would now like to know
what ccitiipetuatlon he IK to get for the
granery , ictrie ( tacked grain , arid r.bo-.t n
$100 worth of fat hog' , all uninsured ,
On laat Sabbath four ministers in
attendance upon the Den Moincs con
ference at Wntcrsct officiated in the
pulpits of tint place , and all preached
from the enma Uxl Humana i , JO.
As neither of them krew the othor'n
text , it wan a einguliir coincidence.
Two years p.qo Isa.io D. Caakadan ,
BOH of W. J , Caskr.Jon , of AlcsAtidria ,
waa thrown from n her L nnd dragged
Roma diitunco with hia foot in the
stirrup. It produced concussion of
the brain , from which ho recovered.
11 o Imi been out in Colorado , mid re
turned homo a month ugo. Recently
hiii head hna troubled him , ikfToctinR
hia mind , and einco September 14 ho
has boon missing ,
The Grand Junction Head Light
ivcs ui the particulars of tha shoot
ing near there on the 14th , Liaac
Bltifoni's melons had bocu disappear
ing. Ha concludnd to put a atop to
it and laid in wait ono night. Three
men stole in nnd Mr. IJ. raised liia
gun nnd fired , not intending tu hit
thc.ni , but in the darkness ho miasod
the distance and all wore struck.
They ran some thirty ynrds and ono
fell , hut was carried to the Junction ,
The parties proved to bs n neighbor
farmer , a hcrdor and a laborer. Mr.
li in ford at onca took the ono the
most injured to his owu homo und
kindly cared for him. They nro all
Free of Gout.
By calling nt SebrntT ft Bcclit' . ) drug
store , you can get n s-vuple bottle of Dr.
Boaanko'H Counh ntd Lung Syrup which
will relieve the most obstinate Oough or
Cold , and show you what the regular 50
cent size will do. When troubled with
Asthma , Bronchitis , Dry , Hacking Cough ,
Paiua in the Cheat , nnd all diseases of the
Throat und Lunga , try a sample bottle of
no longer from Dyspep
sia , Indigestion , want of
lack of Energy. , Malaria ,
Intermittent Fevers , &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never fails to cure
all these diseases.
Doston , November 56 , iS3i.
BROWN CHEMICAL Co.
Gentlemen : 1'or years I have
fjeenagreatsuflercrfrom Dyspepsia ,
and could get no relief ( having tried
everything which was recommend
ed ) until , actlnc on the advice of a
friend , who had been benetitted by
HHOW.N'S IKON UITTEUS , I tried a
bottle , with most surprising results.
Previous to taking lliton-N's IRON
HITTERS , everything I ate distressed
me , and I suffered greatly from a
burning sensation tin the stomach ,
which was unbearable. Since uk-
Ing BUOWN'S IRON HITTERS , all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without1 any disagreeable re
sults. 1 am practically another
person. jMrs. W. J. FL\NN ,
39 Maverick St. , E. Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm
on the digestive organs ,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms , such as tast
ing the food , Belching ,
Heat In the Stomach ,
Heartburn , etc. . The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
Baltimore , Md.
See that all Iron Hitters are made by
lirown Chemical Co. , Baltimore , and
lure crossed red.llnes and trade
mark on wrapper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
T cnt.v-totir yearn eipcricncc In practical
, djimc-olo , ' } .
Office 106 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs Iowa.
I. D KDMUNDSOS , I. L. sllUO.lni. i. W , 8TRBKT ,
Pre > ldent. Vlue-l'rcs't. Cwhler.
Of Uotmoll BlulT * .
Orfc-MilzoJ under the Uwi ol the Utito ol Io
Paid up capital t 76,000
Authorized caplial 00,000
Interest l > alJ on tlra dspojlt . Dr tta Usuixl ]
on the iirliu-ipil citlo ol the United fiuitou a-ri
Europe , gjwclal attention ghen to collctloiT i
piuj correspondence with prompt rcturm ,
J. I ) . Eduiundwn , K. L. Shuprirt , J , T.IUrt , '
W..W. Wll c , J. W. KaJler , I. A. Mlilsr ,
A. W. Street , JrTdU
MKS. fl , J , HILTON , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I ,
222 BroBtlwRV Oonnoll Blnff * .
"Hy tlioroush know lodge ot the natural l wt
vblch tro\orn the operations ot dlgeitlou and
DUlrltion , and bv a careful application ol the
flue Droptrtici ot cJl- -l ; iid Cocoa , Air
Krin hMpro\lded our Irv&kUnt tablM with
delicately UMorod bemago which u-ay uve
manr hen v doctor * ' bllU It It by the JuJlchiu
uio cl luch trtlclca ot diet that a constitution
uav be grtdually built up until Btronir coough
to 'mtitir ; tondoucy to dlec&itt. llunJrtd *
ot > ubUe niilvllc * are Heating around u ready
to attack wutrovcr there U aut-ak joint. We
may cap uiatiy a t Ul ulult by keeping our.
xhMKell ( ortlfloj wlib pure blood and a prop
erly nourlthed frame. ' C'hll Senlce Oaiotte ,
Made tttuply with boillnz water or milk. Sold
In tlni only ( i-lb aud Ib ) , labcUd
JAMES EPPS & CO. .
Homoeopathic OUeintata ,
d-tueiiMt-wly Liondoa , Eaaltxad.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. SpeclM 1'J-ertlecrncnts , tut M
Loll , Found , To LCAD , For Sale , To Rent ,
\V nt , Boirdlns , etc. , * lll h Inwfed In thti
colimn t His ow r te of TEX CEXTS TR R
I.1NB far the flrrt Insertion nd FIVE CENTS
FKR LLSK ( or c.irh al > ser | ent Insertion
Lcaro adv erttacuienta at our office , Ho. 7
Poarj fitryt , near
tATANTIU ) Ajrlrlfur cencr.it houw ork In
iMiitallfatull ) , ( inquire 110iFourth ( Hin
t-roll ) street. oc2-t : ;
\\7 A.NTEI ) Tn-o llr. t-tb 5 rv nU linker tit
> V Joseph lieltcr tiu-nlut t tailoring eitali-
iKriiiiuiit , 'Mil HnimUaCouncil lilulTo. ot-Mt
WANTED Situation liy n ( linnan lirc.\d and
cnVc t nl > cr. I'M ( iilro at K. II. , till * olllcc.
\\f ANTii-T\vo ) first th ] i ntin.ikcM at
VV Jo-icph McltcrV incnliant tnllor
merit ,110 llroadunt .Council lllufT * .
WANTED -Sltmtlo In Irt.lcf rrstAunnt
hv nc\iCflenceJ girl. Addrcn or In-
qllltp. M P. , at thU oftle . '
WANTED A Rood girl to do goncr l house-
work In sira 1 firnl y. / ppiy at 819 Sixth
like a tltintlon In a atoro ai iulci-
WOULD . Hate had experience nril wllU-Ue
Itccilrefercn'Ci ) . S'pctks ticrman ana Knjjhsh.
Adnrcn- . p. I'.rr. UHlcc , Illul ( > .
WAXTIT. 5 0 biilMInt' to mo\o. We nnke
a fped-It } ol mo\l tf houses and safuil
AdilrcMY. . V. Ajlcsuortn , bov'y , Council
lllufTi , tn.
T"\rANTii ; ) A crooil ulil tor general hoii'o-
YV work. Vf. K.nuihn , i-or. Pierceand 1'nxnk
\TtrANTLD-Evtryhody In Council Blufls la
W to tikoTur USE , iO cent ! per ncek , do
llvrrcd hy bnrrtcra. OlDce , No 7 Pearl Street
WAKTED To buy ICO ton troom corn
Kor partlcubrs addros ) Council BluOi
Ilroom Factory , Cnunolt lllnflu , Iowa. 05S-291I
For Sale and Rent
) H1CK-2COOCO hrlckrorsaloby
OU S4Mt A 10x13 skjll ht. Suitable ( or
hotted. Apply to Kxccliior Gallery.
SALK licn'ttitul rcsldt-nco lota , iM
fOH ; nothlnz down , and # 3pcrir.onth oulr ,
Mlscellanoout ) .
T 03T A Urga wnrdrob > key. Liberal roxixrd
.Lj to fludir. Enquire at Bee olrlce.
QT1LL AHEAD drcat BUCCCM. Cjll and gee
| Q new accessories and specimens ot pictures
taken bv the reliable gelatine bromide precuts ,
at the Exccls'or ' Uallerv 10 iMaln street.
. W. L. PATTON-l'tijaiclan and Ocullnt.
Cm euro any case of note eye' . It U only
a matter ot tmo ! , and can cure generally In
from three tc live weeks It mikus no difference -
once how long dl'c.isud. Will straighten crosa
cj-en , operate and remove I'tyrpglnmn , etc. , and
Insert artificial eyes Special attention to re-
Business Eirectory ,
ExccMor photograph ga'lcry , South Main St.
C. GEISE , Upper llroidway.
I ) . IIAOO & CO. , Kast I'icrco St.
P. AVEIIS , C17 S. Main St.
MKS. E. J. HA11DINO , JI. D. , Broailnay am !
Glenn ac. .
DU. STL'DLCV , Bethesdi lUthlns House ,
lroaday. ) .
Books and Stationery.
II. E. SEAMAN , Middle Broadway.
OFFICER & I'USEY , corner Broadway and Bth
CITIZENS' BANK , fith street.
MAYNEiCO. , a\enueA , and Cth St.
TEMPLETON & LAMB , 2X21 Broadway.
F. II. LEVIN. .108 llroadway.
L. BOEKIIOKK , C31 Main fit.
A. II. MAYNE & CO. , 51 Pearl St.
J. UOSS , C15 East Broadway.
SINTON k WEST , 11 Pearl St.
HA11KNESS , OIICUTT & CO. , Broadway am
EBB * Shipper.
O. F. CRAWFORD , 510 Main St.
E. U. STEINII1LBEI1 , cor. 7th a > o and 12th Si
C. A. BEKI1E tc CO. , 207 and 209 Broadway.
Groceries and Provisions.
8UL1VAN & FITZGERALD , 343 Broadway.
OLLIVER Jt OBAIIAM , Cth street. Good :
sold at vuHturn prkcj and guaranteed.
Harness and Saddlery.
CHAS. WALTER * BUO. , Miildlo Ilro.-ulwaj
C1IAS. llUKMAN.KIt MldJlo llrcuulway.
MllS. I ) , A. BENEDICT. Ii'17 Wtst Broadway ,
.MIW. J. J. GOOD , ' -J Mil btluct.
A. COMITON'JOT Broadway.
W. C. HOLLAND , 700 South Main .St.
H. nr.Kcmurr , opp. p. o.
OODEN IIOl'SK. Upper llroadway.
KIEL'S 110TKICOl nrul no ? Main tlrctt.
Meat Market ,
i : . W. TICKNOH , KM llroailnay.
J. J. BI.ISS , 32S firoidwii ) . Come and exam
ine for\oiir clf.
MKS. J. i : METCAI.F , Mi nrojulway.
Marble and Granite Works.
CO.VXOIl .t 01'ANKI.LA , 117 llroaduaj.
JAS. FIIANEV. 37'J llroajua ) .
CIIAS. KICK , Dtvur. ImlldlnCtli nnd Mala
JOS IlEITEn , 311) Ilroailway "
Real Estate and Abstract.
KIMHAI.I , .V C1IAM1' , opjioiUo court house.
J. W. bQl'lUKJtCO. , coriur t'uuland Ut ate.
SMITH &JMCCUEX , - OI Hroadway.
Stoves and Tinware.
It. P. AMY .V CO. , 500 South Main street.
F , F. FOltl ) , lorncr Illull and Willow St.
SIOUCAN , KELI.KII & CO. , 310 and 317 Broad-
" " '
"V ) . M. CON.VUM. , 17 .North Main St.
DAvie c. EVANS ITciT
COt North Second Btieet ,
ST. LOUIS , MO.
; 2firAsk your Grocer for the Cel \
ebrated Star Coffee and Stir liaking
Powder. _ _
MAUIIER & ORAJCJ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
RIoU Out Qlaaa , Fine French OUlna ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
SiO CsOiUWAT . COUNCIL 13LVFFS , WA
! V < x\4 and uwrts ic * dr n an djej
HABKKESS , ORCUTT & GO. ,
Broadway , and Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
IP 71 . >
J. SH !
Headquarters For the Cele
Weber Pianos ,
Toys Fancy Goods
Wholesale and Retail ,
.A. Address ,
O d. MUELLER ,
GOUNGIL BLUFFS ,
Guarantees the Best $1,50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Mow greets , Council Bluffs.
E . LU ? ) [ " 5
SIANUFACTUJIKllS OF ALL KINDS OF
We make ttie following n specialty :
WALNUT EXTENSION TAULKS , POl'LAK OPKN WASHSTANDS ,
WALNUT BKKAKVA8T TABLES , TOCLAU WAKDROBES ,
I'OPLAn BUEAKFAST TABLES. 1'OPLAU CUPBOA11DS ,
WALNUT WAKDllOBES , POPJ.All SAFES ,
WALNUT OPEN WASHSTANDS.
f2TMail orders and correspondence promptly attended to. Office and Manufactory
S. E. Cor. 7th Avo. and 12th Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
MORGAN , KELLER & GO- . .
The finest quality and largest stock west of Chicago of v/ooden and tnetalio
Calls attended to at nil boura. We defy com petition in quality of goods or prices. .
Our Mr. Morgan has served as undertaker for forty vep.rj ami thoroughly understandsr
his business. WAUKROOMS , 1C AND 337 BROADWAY. TJpholsterina-iu.
all its branched promptly attended to ; nlso carpet-laying nnd lambrequins.v Tele
graphic anil mall ordera filled without delay.
HAGG & GO'S
BOTTLOT ® WORKS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - IOWA ,
BOTTLERS & DEALERS if ) CEISE'S BEER
Made from the Finest Malt nnd Hops , with water obtained
CELEBRATED ARTESIAN WELL ,
AT A DEPTH OF 800 FEET.
This Water is known everywhere for its Purity and Wholesome Qualities.
Alao Dealers In C. Conrad it Co.'a Original Bmhveiser I3eer , manufactured In St.
Louis , Mo. jtarOrdera in the City or From Abroad Promptly Filled.
HACC & CO. , 'COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA ,
PETERSON & LARSON ,
Wholesale Dealer in nnd SOLE AtlKNT FOK Joseph Schllta Hrewing
i mp uvu ft ff * V7P tyl J"B "VBl "m "M U *
ILWAUEEE BEER ,
No. " 1115ropdway , Council Blulfi , Town. Orders from the sonntry elicited
Citv ordcn to fnniillcM anil ilnalcra delivered free.
A. 1JEKBK , W. JIUNYAN , W. BEKBK
O. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
. Kotall Djikrfl In
FURNITURE AND GROCKERY
Nos. 2C.7 . & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
JAMES FRANEY ,
372 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Aiwa > keeps on ban J the fineit nnsortnitnt cl mate rUl lor gentlemen' ! wear. Satisfaction gut r&ntetd
MRS. J. E. METCALF ,
Millinery , Dreaamal lnr , Eta. Cutting and Fitting a Spodlalty ,
No. 54S Uroadu-ir , Opposite IlcTcre House.
Laces , Embroideries , and LudieB Undenvcar.
Ilindkercbled , bow ol all ulnds , throA-J , pint , noodles , etc. Via hope the Isdlee will cill
and K > our stock ot iroods.
( Late Cutter for MetcaU U . , )
Devol's New Building , Main Street ,
Council Bluffs , la ,
Sulta to order 818 and upwards.
J. F. KIMUALL. GEO. U. CHAMP.
( Succctisori to J. P , & J. K. C m1y. ) X , >
Abstract , Real Estate ancj Loan BrokeT .
. , Wehne the onlycorupkto et of abstrict boo'.Bto all city lot * and lajidi in Pottaw.ttuci
county. Tillet examined nd ibrtruti furrUhtJ on short notice. Money to loan on city nU mJ' '