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THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA SATURDAY , OCTOBEdx
The D ily Bee
Saturday Moruin/j , Oct. ? 8
- - - - - SO cents per wert.
Offluo ! No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
M.O. GRIFFIN ,
U. W. TH/rON , City Editor.
4I1H OK MENTIONS.
J. Mueller's 1'alaco Mustc.IIall.
Vitlton always welcome at MaurJer
Jc Ctfclg ,
New lot nicely decorated , CO piece ? , of
tea BitJ , only & at Mnurlcr & Cralff.
Lost , a watch charm and gold locVct ,
with picture. Leave at this ofllce.
Hand pMntod china , art notlery , solid
silverware , bronros , &o , at Maurler &
Oral ? .
The outgoing train eastward thl at-
ternoon will be over the Chicago & Northwestern -
The street c i > , track , along llro dway
and Pearl ttreeUs ! being raised , and staid.
The new meat market ofShuU ( [ & Mul
len , 709 South Main street , guerantce beat
of meat * and prompt attention ,
A fine aniortmont of Boota and Shoos ,
nfficlent to supply [ the demand ! of nil , at
George Blaxim's south Main ctrect.
Cheap Kallroad tickets to all points ,
Bnshnell , five doors north of pontoffico , tells
them. Entrance , Main or Pearl streets.
This afternoon Little Corrine and her
Merry-Makers will give "Tho Magic Slipper -
per , " at Dohany'n , and thl * evening the
company will give "Bljcju"
Only one drunkand that a plain one ,
was disposed of in the justice court yoitor-
day.It'was ' John.8woan y , whowai up
for a like offense on the day before.
The query is already naked by many ,
who will bo made chief of polios in case
II. H. Field U elected Justice of the peace ?
A number are already looking toward his
hoea , even before it Is curtain that he will
stop , out of them.
Dr. llatton , the greenback nominee
for congreia in this district , promises to
speak in Council Bluff * , November 1.
Many will bo glad to hear what ho has to
ay , oven among those who cannot endorse
- Joseph Keller makes the If Incut Suits
in the latest styles , at the lowest possible
prices. His merchant tailoring establish
ment is at 810 Upper Broadway , Counclf
David Free nnd IM Lincoln , tvro
youth of color wax arrested for having a
little mill. They were fined yesterday ,
the former for being drunk and the Inttcr
for disturbing the peace ,
Now la the time to got good fresh
roasted and green coffee cheap for cash , as
I am closing out and will fur the next ten
days sell at cost. Simi F. HAHKINH , 305
An old man yesterday offered for sail
to Dr , Bellinger a stethoscope and smal
pair ol Mkloi , apparently from sorao phy
slclan's office , The doctor paid tmal
mount for them in order to retain them
thinking that perhaps the ritrhtful owne
might'bo found. Any phvslolau who 1m
lost any articles of this kind can get th
property , by reimbursing him.
Father MoMenomy yesterday showoc
us the plans for some marked improve
menta which are to Ixj made at once In St
Francis * academy for girls. That pottlo
of the building where the porches are uov
It to be built up , and surmounted by
\ cupola. The appearance of the butldlus
as wall ( is Ita convenience will bo greatl
improved , and the estimated co.it In fron
91,200 to 91,500.
The dingy old building now called th
old city hall , Is really having some iir
provement made upon It. Besides tbo noi
box-stall for prisoner * , the interior o '
police headquarter * and 'Squlro Burke' '
ofllce , Is being repapered and repainted. I
is discouraging , however , to nlle'mpt t
make an ) thing decent out of the ImllJItif
and many citizens will rejolco to BOO a not
city building , as a long felt want , while
new city jail is demanded on the ground r
humanity , and at u reform from cruelty t
Animals , of the biped family.
A young man while taking homo sow
groceries last evening , shortly after
oVock , took a tumllo on Washington in 1
enne , between Sixth and Seveuth etreott
owing to the defective sidewalk. Ho n
' ceived on ugly gaeli about two inches Ion ;
just below the knee-cap , llu nldowal
there Is In a dangerous condition , amllhci
la probability of another t > ult against tli
city far damages.
The condition of Bayliss park shame
many citizens when the visiting Icalght
were entertained there. The fallen leavei
old paper and rubbish of divers formi
clutter up the grounds. The wire formoi
ly run alongside of the walks Is broke
and parts lay on the walks to ensnare th
feet of the unwary and tear the dresses c
the Udiod , Altogether the park looks d
lapldatod. The old keeper of the purl
Mr. Jackson , is not to blame for this coi
ditloo , as he resigned his position son
timengo , leaving the park tnoodoonJ |
lion , but since then the city has had u
one to look after It.
A telegraph ru Mfir from Di
Molnc.i happening t'i i in ilit .tiy , at
seeing tbo notice in the papuu of ( us a
reit of Des Mo low ypung man for la
ceny , uked Otlicer Tyson about him , i
be used to know him , and went dawn I
the jail to eee him. This nrouied the t
Goer's cuiplclons , nnd lie blzed tbo etra
Kor up AS a crook , and kept on his trai
closely , aud wan about to taka him
charge ou general principles when tl
stranger wai recopnl-ml by sojno friend
retidents of thla city , nnd the officer gu
up the job , A fortunate cecapo for t !
Compare tie two. Poctoflice-boi
Andereon coinmeccod life -jioor , has i
ways had a fat office , and when it w
possible , drew double pay. Us now hoi
the office of railroad commissioner at
alary of 13.000 per year , besldea devotli
a large share of tils time to UtopMcUco
law , and Is unable to pay bis debts. V
II. M. Piuey nUo commenced life , in tl
far west 03 a poor boy , There thox,81m
Urlty ends. By Utlct ntteiitlou to * bw
x.c i , boneat frugality and a knowledge <
the po sibIlUic.i nf the einnty , he has
r i. ed hlmielf fmm poverty to competen
cy. Will you trust a man with the affairs
ff the nation who U nr.abte t < mftnngo his
own private Rffiilrst-Iintlan Tribune.
Dr. ] ' . W. l'onl on has taken poshes-
lon of the ofllce lately vscated by Dr.
Montgomery on the secondlloorof the
building opposite THE BEK office , nnd is
fitting It up In i convenient and comely
There will probably Le nothing done
in regard to the new government building
here until spring. The government offi
cials have been Inspection the titles of the
hud decided upon for the site , and
there being some technical defects , de
manding iiorno further showing , n delay is
caused , If the dcjlred showing cannot be
mode , Uncle Sam will probably look about
! or another ulte.
John Wlbion , the young painter ,
whoBc pltUbly story WRB told In THE BRB
a few days ago , has retutnoi from the
county house , Dr. Bellinger having taken
him Into his family for treatment and
care , The boy is now suffering from bruin
ever , but not n very severe attack , and
, is thought that with me ho will speedy -
y recover and be nhlo to resume work at
Is trade. Thn doctor and wife are cer-
airily nhowtng much practical piety In
ils caring for the unfortunate lad , and
ow that his c so has become known ,
thers will probably gladly help in getting
IB boy on his feet again , and nupplled
' 1th the necessaries and comforts of life.
HAS DOR8EV GONE ?
A Few Moro tiotalla Concerning Hia
The notorious Tom Doraoy , who
WAS luppoaed to have left thin city on
'huraday morning train , in reported
\a having boon soon in the city up to
'huraday night , making it a doubt
whether ho has even now loft tiio city.
Olllcors Morao nnd Sterling arrcated a
oung man named Joseph Watts ,
Thursday night , for atoalinrj an over-
oat. Ho claims that ho wan with
) orooy shortly before ho waa arrested ,
nd that ho got the coat of Doraey.
f Dorsoy in in fact in the city ho
hould bo fired out na speedily nn
lossiblo , aud if ho knows his own
oed ho will skip in hnato. Uo was
traugly lucky in getting clear
f the charge of highway robbery ,
' 'ho old man who was knocked down
and robbed identified him as ono of
ho men , two oflicors found him in
> 08soaaion of the old man's valise , and
going through it when arrested , and
ut Dorsoy vtas discharged by Justice
< * rainoy for lack of prosecution. Then
10 got into trouble again , and was
mnt to jail by Judge Aylosworth for
on days , for disturbing the peace.
i'HK BKE in the mean time hunted up
lin record , and found that ho had
lorvod u term in the penitentiary for
jurglary , had been shot once in a su-
oou row , and boon in other troubles.
Dorsoy denied this , but the prisoners
u the jail otrlppod him , and found
; ho bullet mark. Obief of Police
Field learning the .facts from TiiEBzE
wrote to John W. Ilagau , city mar
shal of Janoavillo , Wis. , for corrobor-
\tivo details , and yesterday received a
letter , booking up the statement made
by THE BKE and saying :
' 'Tom Dorsoy , the man you make
inquiry about , waa sent to the state
in this aUto in the winter ol
877 , for a term of six years , for bur
glary. ] Jo Borvod two years , and waa
pardoned out. Since that time ho hae
spent most of his time in Chicago ,
Uo catno hero last winter , nnd served
sixty days in jail for fighting. Aftei
serving his time , ho and another part ;
stole a lot of goods from railroad can
in this city. I got all the goods , anc
arrested Dorsey , but did not havi
ovidoncu to convict him , for the onlj
witness wo had died before the tria
oarno oil' . The coso was adjourned
and Dorsoy lot go on bail. Ho hai
itot boon hero since. Dorsoy is a dan
jorous man , and the sooner you ge
'I rid of him the bettor. "
The Janesvlllo Gazette also pub
llshos TUB BKE'B account of Doraoy1
exploits here , and gives him a lik
bad name. With those ohowinge
Lhopo that have claimed Dorsoy to b
an innocent , harmless soul of a follow
-f wrongfully accused , will not bo s
ready to advocate his causo.
ST JI/EN FROM A SLEEPEU-
0 A Man Miesoa Hm Pockotboolc an
* Cuueoa tbo Arreat ofTwo
Yountr Men ,
Yesterday afternoon two young mo
named M. 0. McShorry and Willlat
Cloland , were arrested on the chnrg
of having stolen a pocketbook cor
tuining $ , ' (6 ( , nnd belonging to G , ,1
llamsoy. It la claimed that they won
into the hitter's sleeping room , in Wi
Ham Gibson'a boarding houoo , an
thora secured the plunder while th
victimo WAS aslocp. The two accuse
were brought before ,1 ustico Abbol
and the ease net for hearing th !
morning. The accused deny th
ohnrgo nnd claim to bo able to prov
that the mnn who claims to have lei
the money , iu fact had no mono
when ho came to thn boarding housi
and thtt ho hnd already claimed t
have been robbed on the train con
ing in ,
Walter liuckner , of Milwnukto , h I
the city , a gueit of the Ogden.
It , 8. Maaou nnd wife , of Webb tor Cit ;
are in the city.
nck 1' , J. Vicar , of Grand Island , was he
he William llayward , of Spirit I k
1" , Iowa , vtM In Couacll Ululla yesterday.
ve Joseph Meyer , of Uatasauqus , Peun , ,
ho In the city vltUIng LU 3n , Jerry Meye
He is a well preserved , fine looking uii
Dd of about sixty.
Hi Sam Wagner , tbo liver ) man , M as hapj
aa r. lord , the new coiner to the liouuehc
d bctnK a bouncing boy ,
n Falpltutluu of the Heart
r' yraou < > . . Y.wrlk
I first commenced uslm ? yo r Bu
DOCK BLOOU Uirrt-iw I was troubled wil
lieu fluttering * nd palpitation of the heart.
fait weak and lanRuid , with
u - - - v * HW V * M T | > (4 a numbncm |
the limbs ; biuce uelug , my heart has u
tr.imbled ine and the numbing sensation
of allKone. " Price , 81,00 ,
CHARGED WITH STEAMKQ
A Younrr Man From Mt. Ploosatit Ar-
' rusted on Ulu Arrival Hore.
Ycstorday morning a telegram was
received from the nhorilF of Henry
county asking Iho officers to arrest a
young man nnmcd Monroe Oaldwell
for horao stnaling. Ofliier Edgar
boarded the 0. , B. .t Q. train at the
croasinni nd , finding the young man
on board , spcediiitfly slipped Iho irons
on his wriste , nntl on the ntoppago of
the train , marched him to jail. Young
Caldwell at lirst denied nil knowl
edge of the charge brought against
him , but on his way to jail talked
more freely about it , and anid that
throe other ? , relatives ot hir , had been
arrested for buing concerned in the
affair , but that neitherho | nor they
were guilty. The BhorifT of Henry
county was informed of the arrest and
replied that ho would como after the
priconor at onco.
Tnroatonod to Shoot.
Henry Novil , of Iho town of Wal
nut , who has had sundry cases in the
courts hero , being qulto given to liti
gation , is in trouble again. This time
ho is charged with threatening to kill
a neighbor named Oharlos Sneidor ,
the trouble arising over the possession
of a corn field. Snoidor , in entering
the field , was mot by Novil , who
stopped him by pointing n revolver at
his head , and threatening to blow his
brains out. Sneidcr had Novil ar
rested , and on examination ho was
hold to answer to the grand jury , nnd
in default of bail was yesterday
afternoon brought to this city by Con
stable Morehead , of Walnut , nnd
lodged in jail. Novil is n man of
quick temper , and so peculiar that
aomo fnncy his head is not as clear ns
it ought to bo.
Coino to the Frout.
To W. L lllggs , Esq. , Council HluDj ;
DEAR Bin : We , as citizens of this
township , knowing you' for many
years , nnd being satisfied with the
manner which you fulfilled your of
ficial duties before for six years , ur
gently request you to annonnco your
namu as an independent candidate for
the oflico of justice of the pence of
this township , feeling satisfied that
you will have nn easy victory.
A grand Jumbo festival and oyster
supper will bo given by the Social
Union of the Prcabylorian church , at
the now Bennett block , next Tuesday
evening , November 1st. Everybody
requested to como and sea the novel
entertainment , and have n general
good timo. Admission 10 cents.
Why IB This 'ihusl
To the Editor of Tim UKB.
Previously to the appointment of
mail carriers a petition was sent to
the postmaster signed by over 800
citizens of the first ward , recommend
ing and urging the appointment of a
life-long republican , a .man raised
from boyhood in Council Bluff * . Hon.
John Chapman , the sponsor for the
postmaster , on being interviewed at
the time promised his support , as he
expressed himself that the wish of BO
many citizens ehould be considered ,
but what was' the result ? The appointment <
pointmont of n carrier who could- not
oven claim his right of residence , but
whoso family up to to-day lives In a
little town on the Northwestern road ,
nnd besides a democrat of long stand
ing. Ho rocoivnd the appointment. I
only ask the question as to the fair ,
ness in appointing an outsider in preference -
foronco to nn old resident , or whether
the poatmnstor found it necessary foi
political ruuoons , perhaps , to overlook
u petition signed by only
800 citizens , who urgot
the appointment of n mat
reared in their midst und in when
they place the utmost confidence regarding
garding his integrity. Thu man wh <
was appointed is a husky halo mat
nblo to do nny sort of work , whili
the man whom the petitionera sough
to get appointed , in , on account of ui
inquiry received , unable to do cortah
kinds of work , but could well per
form the duties of n carrier. Timi
heals nil wounds , and whim the propoi
time cornea wo as citizens and signer
of this petition will take duo pains ti
repudiate those who pay BO little regard
gard to the wishes of the oltizona Uuv
have long supported them.
ONE or MANY.
Just ti Llttlo.
Wall Htroet Dally Kc .
It is related that a Buffalo man win
had been in the colloo buaimus foi
several yearn was led to believe tha
ho was u sinner , aud to come out ot
the side of religion. The morniii |
after ho had taken this stop ho ronoh
cd hia factory to find business SUB
ponded , nnd upon demanding an ox
plnnution , his con replied ;
'Well ' , father , I didn't know wha
to do. 1 did not suppose after wha
you said last night that you wouh
mix any raoro beaus with the coffee
I presumed It would make n diilor
"Yes , it will make just a little dif
foronco , " calmly observed the oh
man.Vo hf.ve herebforo been mix
( ono bairel of beans to four of cot
[ , Vntvi'n't we ! "
iu " \Vfil , take out Uo of Iho beans-
about two quarts , I guess ! "
An Ounce or Proventlon.
H ri > cr's Magazine ,
Sometimes nn ounce of prevoniloi
is worse than n pound of disease. On
day last week the children came run
ning in , shrieking that a big bawl
was circling over the poultry yard
Old Fanner Thistlopod dropued hi
paper , caught his tnibty gun from th
rack , and charged for the poultr
yard. Ho ran right over a bio stani
just the other side of the cypres
bush and was stung in thirty place
Id before ho jumped over thu fence o
the poultry yard , aligning upon th
old black hen that was brooding thii
teen chicks , breaking her neck nn
mashing five helpless' "wootles ; " th
gun caught in the fence as ho jurat
thI ed , nnd wont off , killing a young tui
of I key aud filling the Durham heifer i
lOt the meadow nearly full of buoksho
ia while the hawk , alone ctlm nnd sol
possessed in the midst of the tumu
nnd confusion , sailed gracefully avrny
with the ono ppring chicken ho had
nlwnju intended to levy on ,
Business and Society Matters--Tho
Doom of Anderson.
Correspondence of The Bee.
DKNISOX , Iowa , Octcber 25.- Busi
ness in Denisou continues much ns
alr ' 'Hither ' moro wheat comes in
than wnu cxpccttd considering the
number of railroad towns in the
county , and near it from which our
wheat is shipped. Five thousand two
hundred buahols of wheat were taki n
in ono day by our four elevators n
short time ago.
A. stranger , judging from tho. num
ber of societies here , would call us a
very social community. Within the
last fovr weeks have bon established
lodges of the Ancient Order of Hu
mility nnd of the Knights of Pythias.
The object of the former is to dis
tribute necessaries to poor families.
The Doniaon lodge , already numbers
moro than eighty members , and has
laid many dollars' worth of provisions
nt the doors of the needy. The
Knights of Pythias organized
a ledge hero last night. It
numbers some of our best
men.Thoy say the new artist who has
bought out Mr. Nicholas * photograph
gallery ia alving good satisfaction.
Wo noticed Mr. Oarr yesterday un
packing sorao largo and fine pictures
at his book store.
The law firm of Connors & Shaw
have just purchased a now typo
writer. It is calculated to do much
moro work than can bo 'done in the
same time with n pen.
A special day has been appointed by
pur city council for voting upon the
issuance of bonds for a system of
Politics arc moro lively than usual
this fall , and the election in this dis
trict is likely to bo close. Keith , of
The Bulletin , hr.s been appointed to
speak in several towns of the district ,
but ho loft n kettlcful of soft candy ,
a doao of which is ladled out every
week for the Germans of the county.
If their votes were not already irre
trievably lost to the republicans for
this election , they would bcccmo dis
gusted with the democratic honey.
Our county carried the amendment by
nineteen votes , but many of these
were democratic. So it is fair to sup
pose that Anderson's majority in the
county will bo very small , if indeed ho
carries it at all.
On last Monday nighi wo were ad-
drotsed in the opera house by Mr.
Pusoy and luot night by Governor
Sherman. The policies of the two
speakers , ns it seemed to mo , wore
very different. The first speaker hold
up his own record and seemed to bean
an honest independent man with well
defined views of his own. Ho said ,
in effect , vote for me and I will rep
resent you In congress with honor.
The other almost overlooked his can
didate , but hold up the historical
record of the party. His exhortation
was , vote for the party. It ia evident
in the light of facts that each chose
the kind of argument that waa best
for himself It is for thb people to
decide which is tbo moro sound , or
whether they can conscientiously vote
with either extreme. W.
USE Redding'a Rusnin ( Salve in the
house aud use Kcdding'u Russian Salve in
the stable. Try It.
The numerous train robberies which
have taken place of late has led some
clover satirist to get off the annexed
bit of humor :
Ho was sleeping peacefully in hie
seat iu a train on the Maine Central
railroad ono evening last week when
the conductor came along and niked
for hia ticket. Ho was slocpingly aol-
idly as well aapoacotully , for ho didn't
awoke until thu conductor had poked
a lantern into his fnco and punched
him several times in the ribs Tlioi
hn started up and , with a wild look ir
t his eyes , put something into the con <
ductor's hand , protesting that it wat
all ho had. "I can't take these foi
your faro , " said the conductor , dis <
playing two gold rings which the passenger
songor had handed him , "Oh , I ber.
your pardon , you must really cxcust
mo , but I thought you were a trait
robber , " said the passenger Ho sub
scquoutly explained to those aboul
him that ho had mode his preparation )
for a western trip , and must havi
been dreaming of dangers to comi
when the conductor aroused him.
Sutiivan & Fitzgerald ,
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS
Orookory , Glassware ,
t BOOTS , SHOES , T
Also agents lor the following llni * ol
Steamship Companies :
Cururvi , Anchor , Oulon , American , md Eta *
"X > OEC - K. 35" "Vf * 5
For ule on the P.oy l Bank of Ireland nd Ruil
ol Iruland , Dublin. The * > \ to Intend to Bend Jr.
frlendu to any part of Kuropo will Hud It to th l
ntereit to can ou
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
343 Broadway , Council 331nffs
DR. G. J. CLARK
: . . . ,
ITwentyfour jeare experience in practical
; Office 106 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
I , . KDUUKD80N , E. USIIUOiKT. A. W. BTRIBI
President. Vlce-lWc. Cashier.
Of Council Bluff * .
Orjr nU d under the Uwi ol the BtaU ol lowi
AuthorUcJcap. . . , , , . ,
Interest paid on tlra deposit * . Draft * Usue
on the principal cities of the United Statoian
Europe. SptcUl tttcntloo xlvcn to collection
aud coriMpoudonco vtltn prompt rctutti.
i' , J.D.Edmnndson , K. L. Bhusrut , J.T.IUrt.
IW'W I , WaUacc , J. W. Rodlsr , I. A. UllU
Hi A. W. Street. IvMtl
GOUKCfL BLUFFS SPEGfAl
NOTICE. SjwcUl bdrertbfmentj , sue no
test , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Bcnl ,
W.Miti , Eoirdln ? , ttc. , irfll ho Inserted In this
column at the ow tftto cf THN CENTS TKR
LINE tot thn first Insertion and FIVE CENTF
PER LIKE ( or o eb robeoqucnl Insertion.
I > Vfl * tv erltwrncnU at our office , Ho. 7
ul Ktrcur , nfxr Broadway.
AXTKD- barn nlwiit flre minutes walk of
Ilrcad .iy Koaulre not o.Tici ,
' ' . - Ttto tooil girl ) ImiDcOia-ctv. En-
W ijiilrc&t K. C. Hon-c , S. llaln St.
- At once , four latli'rs. Erqiilro
t the Mmlia L" Ilcttfturant , corner of
IlroadHnt and llaturonirpet , of > ' . J. Stcralcr.
A cook atVPU'wtern house on
A biker , a eofd man. 'no whn
WANTHO &nds hl bu ! ne < i . Iriiilrc | ol Hill
M. Hall , 108 fioalway , Ocnniil
A pond clrl cm flml n gcoil Jihco
WANTED cor , 6th ate , , nnd 7th Et. Mr * . A ,
n. W.lkcr. octlO-Ct
" \\rASTrI ) Apood bovaboiitlfi or Jfl J r ?
> V ol nge , at Stolnhilbcr's furniture factory.
. A oiltiMlon M rircad and cake
WAKTT.U f.r.qulrc at Dr. ! ofllce.
- plrl lor concrat housaftork In
WANTED-A , entire H. t. . Ceo ° ' "tc. '
- buildings to ma\ . We make
WANTEB-BCO ino\l g housta- and gafca ]
Address W. P. Ailcsftortn , box 873 , ConncU
la. _ _ _ _
Everybody la Council UluQn late
WANTED Tui liin , ! fO cents per week , ile
livcrcd by carrtere. Ofllco , No 7 Pearl Btroot
To buy 100 touo broom corn
WANTED addroM Council Blufft
Broom Factory , Council BlHtfs , Iowa. 663-29tl
For Gale and Rent
HUNT Furnished rooms to rent , with
board , nt 'M Mjnstcr street. Day board
W.50 per wci-k. ocutlT-lt
RCNT A dcs'rable ' ofBcc on tint fl or.
FOR . li. MAVNK & CO. , No. 31 Pearl ttroet.
KENT A Mry plcisint towly built
FOR , Franklin ct. Toimsreaaonuulc. A ,
U. MAYMK & CO. , Mo. 34 1'tarl street.
I.IUK UAlit uca'iuiul reaiucncc lots , fCO
JtJ each ; nothing dowu , and 83pcrmonth only ,
by BX-ltAYOKVAUailAN ,
A turnlihcd hcusa vlth thrpe
looms collar and cittern , near Broadway.
Mo. 29 , N tlshth etrcet.
CJTILli AHEAD Ortat success. Call and ece
O new accessories anil specimens of pictures
taticnbv the reliable Bclitlno bromide
at the Bxcclalor Oallorv 10Main f-trcct.
. W. L. I'ATION I'.dj8lcan ! and Oculist.
DK. euro any caw ol pore eye . H la only
a matter ol time , and ran euro gtnurally In
from thrco to tl\o weoka It makcu no differ-
cnco how long diseased. Will etrnlgbtcn cross
eyes , operate and remove Ptyrcplnma , etc. , and
Insert artlflcIM eyes. Special attention to re-
movelnR tadcMOrmg ap5-U
Business Directory ,
Excelsior photograph ga'lcry , South Main St.
C. GEISE , Upper Broadway.
B. HAGG & CO. , East Pierce St.
P. AYERS.Dl-S. Main St.
MRS. E. J. HARDING , M. D. , Broadway and
DR. STKDLEY , Bcthceda Bathing House ,
Books and Stationery.
H. E. SEAMAN , Middle Broadway.
OFFICER & PUSEY , corner Broadway and 6th
CITIZENS' BANK , 5th street.
MAVNE A : CO. , avenue A , and 6th St.
TEMPLETON & LAMB. 232 Broadway.
F. R. LEVIN 303 Broadway.
L. BOEKIIOFF , 531 Main St
A. H. MAYNE & CO. , 34 Pearl St.
J. ROSS , CIS East Broadway.
SINTON k WEST , 11 Pearl St.
HARKNESS.ORCUTT&CO. , Broadway and
Egg * Shipper.
O. r. CUAWFOHl ) , filO Main St.
F < rnlturo Manufactory.
E. R. STL1.VH1L11EH , cor. 7th ae and 12th St.
Furniture Store ,
C. A. nEKBE & CO , , 207 and MO Broadway.
Groceries nnd Provlilons.
SULIVAN & F1TZOEUALP , 313 Itroiduay.
OLLIVER A- GRAHAM , Bth street. Goodi
sold nt eastern prices and guaranteed.
Harness and Saddlery.
CIIAS. WALTER & DRO , , Middle Broadway
UIIAS. IIKK1IAN,331 Middle Ilroadvfay.
MRS. I ) , A. BENEDICT. 3.17 West Broadiroy
MRS. J. J. GOOD , IS ) Bthbtrett.
A. COMITON , an.O llroadvray.
W. C. HOLLAND , TOO South Main St.
II , HUUCltOFT , opp. I' . O ,
OODEN HOUSE. Upper Broadway.
KIEL'S HOTEL , COI and CUT Main btrcct.
E. W. TICKNOR , 01 Broadway.
J , J , 1H.ISS , 328 Ilrooth.-ay , Come and exam
MRS. J. U MKTCALF , BIS Broadway.
nnd Granite Works.
CONNOR & OIUMXLA , 117 Broadway ,
JA8. FRANEY , 372 Broadway.
CHAS. RICE , Dctol'H bulldlnf , Cth and Mall
J03 REITEI1 , 310 Broadway
Real Estate and Abstract.
KIMBALL i CHAMP , opposltu court house ,
J. W. BCjUlRK k CO. . corner Pearl and l t at e
SMITH &tMcCUEN. 401 Ilroad\roy.
Stoves and Tinware.
R. P. AMY & CO. , COO South Main fctrcct.
F , F , FORD , coruir Blufl and Willow St.
MORGAN , KELLER & CO. , 346 nd 347 Broad
way D. M. CONNELL , IT North Main St.
MHB , B , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
322 Bro vdw . CounoillBlnfft.
HARKNE38 ORCUTT & GO . ,
Broadway , and Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Headquarters For the Cele
Toys and Fancy Goods IT
Wholesale and Retail.
o d. MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and fillow Sreets , CoecE Bluffs.
B. HAGG & CO.
GEISE' BOTTLED BEER ,
MADE FR01I 'JHE ARTESIAN WELL WATER. ALSO AGEN'8 FOR T1IE
Ordora Oiled In any part of the city. Orders by telephone promptly attended to.
. MaXa&-V ribdic i
MANUFACTURERS OP ALL KINDS OP
CUPBOARDS AND SAFES.
Wo maio the following a specialty :
WALNUT EXTENSION TABLES , POPLAR OPEN WASHSTANDS ,
WALNUT BREAKFAST TABLES , FOPLA.lt WARDROBES ,
POPLAR BREAKFAST TABLES , POPLAR CUPBOARDS.
WALNUT WARDROBES , POPLAR SAFES
WALNUT OPEN WASHSTANDS.
/arllail orders and correspondence promptly attended to. Office and Manufactory
S. E. Oor. 7th Avu. nnd 12th.Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MORGAN- KELLER & CO. ,
V LV * TlP'Vks 'rV 9N 'JU ! Cn WC h IW3)V1 ) JTmtEWvCKH 'l i * * ' wv Hek
Tha finest quality and largest utock west of Chicago of wooden and metalio cases.
CallB attended to nt all h'onre.Vo defy competition in quality of goods or prices.
Dnr Mr. Morgan has nerved as undertaker for forty years nnd thoroughly understands
hia business. WAREROOMS , 316 AND 357 BROADWAY. Upholsterinir in
all its brunches promptly attended to ; nlso carpet-laying nnd lambrequins. Telegraphic -
graphic and mall orders filled without dolav.
Council Bluffs , - Iowa.
Eeer and rralt In any quanlltylio suit jmrchascrs. Deer J8.00 per barrel. Prlratofamlilcaeup.
piled wltli tnull hcK < atgl.(10 each , nclitcrcd Irconf cfargo to any part of the city.
PETERSON & LARSON ,
Wholesale Dealer iu nnd SOLE AGENT FOR Joseph Schlitz Brewing
* Company'i ! Celebrated
No , 711 Broadway , Council Bluffa , Iowa. Orders from the country elicited
City orderKtii fninilip. < nml denlcrs riclivrred dee.
A. BKKBB , W. IJUKVAN , W. BEEBK .
O. A. BEEBE CO ,
Y/holosalo r.r.d HoUll DccOcrs In
FURSMITURE AMD CROCKERY
Nos , 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
JAM S FRANEY ,
372 BROA3JWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Ala ays krcp * on hand the flncat assort iront ol inattrlal ( or gentlemon'a wear. Satiatactlon uuarantesd
MRS. J. E. METCALF ,
Millinery , DrosamnlUntf , Etc. Cuttrng and Fitting a Bpedlalty.
No. 613 Ilroadwar , Oppotlte RoTcro House ,
Laces , Embroideries , and Ladies Underwear.
lUodkerchlels , hoao of all tlnds , thread , pint , needles , etc.'a hope the Italea wlU call
and see our stock of irooda.
( Lata Cutter for Metcalf 15 . , )
Devol's New Building , Main Street ,
Council Bluffs , la ,
Sulta to order 818 and upwards.
J , F. KIMBALL. GEO. H. OHAMP ,
KIMBALL & CHAMP ,
( Succcecon to J , F. fc J. V. Cassady. )
Abstract , Real Estate and Loan Brokers.
We hwofieooly complete set of > b > tr c ; books to all city lots and lands In Pottav tUmt
count ; . Titlea examined and abatracU furrlahcd on short notice. Money to Inan en city and farm
property , short ind lees time , In sums to suit the borrower , llcal etU bought and toll. Offlce
at the old itani opposite co ut boiuw-
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