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The Daily Bee
Tyeadiy Morning , Jan , 10.
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MINOR MENTIONS ,
J. Mueller's PaUceJMuMo HalL
Subscribe for newspaper * andJi > eriodl <
Mil at II. K. Seaman's book storo.
Constable Skinner h just mid to
Mason Wise a fine bone for 83CO.
The city council failed to meet U t
evening but will try BRain Friday evening
This evening tbe Baptist hdles prom
Ua an enjoyable entertainment at Do-
There will be noonday prayer meet
ing * at the rooms of the Y , M. 0. A.
Ttry day thli week. All Invited.
The sheriff of' Harrison county passed
through hero yeiterdny with four prison-
en en route to Fort Madison.
The business men should remember
that the Baptist ladles spread their tables
at Dohanoy'a from G o'clock till 8 o'clock
Charles Grant has been arrested on the
charge of jumping a board bill at Mrs. A
II. Osborn'g. Ho IH to have a hearing
Charles Adolph , who travels for Lutz
ft Lunge , hat brought In from Crawford
county a multum In parvo ear of com ,
there being nine distinct ear * growing
from one common cob. U' * A curiosity
worth seeing ,
We mad * a slight error In our local
announcing tbe removal of Grandy it Oo ,
the druggist. We gave them quartern lu
the old stand of the Citizens' bank , but
they preferred and took tbe next door
north , the former headquarters of Lut ? &
Lange , tbe tobacconist * ,
The following soiled doves have been
booked at the police aUtlon and fines
aaawud an ueual : Annie Itatterfield ,
Mary Walacc , Sadie Roberts , Jojld
Woods , Stella Long , Lou Scott , Mabel
Maurice , Olllo Danfortb , Mollie St. Glair ,
Fannie Jacobs , Belle Clover , Allte Soio ,
Lou Franzer ,
-The move for the organization oi a
fire patrol Is still progretslng. It U Bug-
geslod that In view of the frequent IOSHCH
of life at times of fir ? , that a prompter
corps be organized , also from out of the
ralu blo volunteer material , and that thin
corpa be put In such training as to be able
to render quick and efficient service when
Some changes are being made In the
interior of the poatoflico , the number o
call boxes and look boxes being reduce !
about one-half , owing to tbe fact that s <
many now got their mall by carriers. Tin
room thus saved Is to be fitted up for tin
carriers , each to have a window , so thai
on Sundays and at other times when thi
carriers are not delivering , mall may bi
had at the office by calling at the wlndon
of the carrier from whom the appllcan
usually g U his mail.
A long-delayed case , in which thi
city was plaintiff and John LIndt Jo
fendant , was tried before Judge Ay lea
worth yesterday. It was a suit brough
to make the attorney pay bis poll tax , thi
defense being that he was not properIj
notified and that he was not liable to poll
tax , not belrg able-bodied. The evidence
showed that the collector had loft n nqtlct
with his family during his absence , and
the court dismissed the case on the ground
that this notice was not sufficient , ns II
ought to have been served personally.
It is not known to many , but It I
nevertheless true , that there has been at
inspection of buildings , fluex , etc , , Rota |
quietly on for some weeks here , and ii
several Instances the chief of the fire da
partment baa notified persons to retnod ;
certain defects , and thus prevent firoe
He has also been taking in some of th
public buildings and larger blocks , so ate
to be posted how best to work , and ge
fsmlliar with the buildings , so as to knm
where to go to and how to go through then
in cast of a big blaze ,
A nine year old waif , evidently ttharp
ened by knocking about the world mual
for ono so young , applied at police head
quarters Saturday night for lodging. II
claimed that hU home was in Michlgai
but his parents died and he was throw ]
out upon the world. Ho had since beei
selling papers on the streets of Chtasg
and from there had worked his way her
by various hooks and crooks , Yesterrta ;
Chief Field recured a place for the lai
with a farmer living a few miles out fron
the city , and who promises to bring th
boy up in the way he should go and giv
him a good home.
Crystal Roller Mills Patent Granulated
latod Flour , Superlative A , the higb
eat grade of flour manufactured
Saowy white , pure , light and swuot
Ask your grocer for it and you wll
bavo none other. tf.
THE OLD STORY.
Be Did Not Know U Was Loaded.
A serious and porhapi fatal accldcr
occurred last evening , about 7 o'clocl
on account of the'old story that ho dl
not know it was loaded , A little bo
found a revolver , and his parent beln
away , be proceeded in the uaui
manner to go on a picnic. A youn i
lady of 17 waa the victim. The ba
entered and shattered the lo rorj t
then ranged upward and backw r <
lodging ut the basn of tbe brain , houi
making n very torlouo wound , D
W. D. Emmouds attended the ui
fortunate girl , extracting the bulli
and did for her all that medical al
The accident occurred at the res
dence of Mrs. Miller , and the patient
name ia Mis May Tucker.
J. Mueller , of Music hall fnmi
bowed to us yesterday the line ,
Weber Grand Upright Piano whic :
we have oyer seen. To say It la el
gant in tone and finish would not ha
express oar admiration. It ui finlshe
In Grecian style with columns on it
Ides , and most exquisite fine car
Ing , all In ao'ld ' rosewood and coi
MURDER WILL OUT.
A Colored oman Arrested as
the Heartless Mother of the
Bahy Found Frozen ,
OircumntancBB Point Protly
Sharply at Her as the
Olko Suproted of Taking ; n Port
ia th Cruel Act.
The readers of THK BEE will re
member the fact that a few days ago
the body of a now born babe was
found frc/on in the basoifrfent of an
unfinished and unoccupied building at
the corner of Broadway and Union
avenue. The babs was apparently a
healthy , well developed child , and
evidently came to Its death by being
placed there soon after birth by come
heartless person , and loft there to
freeze to death. Blnco then Coroner
Faul and ox-Constable lloseorana have
been working up the case with acme
diligence , and yesterday , as a result
of the information they bad gathered ,
a young colored woman , giving
her name was Georgia Anna Wash
ington , was arrested , charged with
tbo murder of the little innocent as
her own offspring The oyidonco ac
cumulated against her in tbo fact that
oho came biro from Kansas City a
short time ago , and on a vhit to
another colored family named Green.
She was accompanied by her mother
and a sister , and all throe stopped at
Green's , they being related to him ,
their mother being hia sister and the ,
girls therefore his nieces. The young
woman's condition was such as
to attract the notloj of the neighbors ,
the coming event casting its uhid > w
before , Ono night last week there
was a colored dance which was at
tended by the Green family , but this
woman , her mother and sister , are
said to have remained at homo most
of the evening , and it la avowed that
this was the time when the child was
born. It is turniisod that either tbo
mother or the sister , or both , helped
in the disposal of the Infant. The
sister bus already loft the city and
gene to Forest City , Mo. Thu
mother of the two girls still remained
hero until yesterday , when she ,
with the ono now under
nrrcat went to the depot to take the
train for Kansas City , Just before
the train started both women wore
taken into custody.
Tno young woman who is said to
have given birth to the child hod little
to oay about the affair , Sbo la n
! quadroon , quite dilapidated in personal -
sonal appearance and apparel , and
having evidently moro animal 1m.
pulses than intelligence. She claimed
to know nothing about the matter and
threatened to make It hot for the
t 111 ; ors who arrested her. Dor mother
oldmod to have boon away from the
house tor two or three hours on the
night in question and not to know
anything about the affair.
Around the body of the baby waa
found A piooo of a comfortable and a
woman's sack. It la said that wit
nesses have been found ablu to identify
! the Back as ono which was worn by
the accused , and the comfortable aa
boinq ; ono that bad boon used in the
house. A portion of the same bed
covering was also fonud a short die-
from the house.
As a further fact pointing to the
Washington woman as the guilty ono ,
an examination WHS made yesterday
by a physician , who discovered evi
dences that pointed to the eamo atntc
of affairs ,
The woman was brought baforo
Judge Aylosworth ycstorday on information
mation being filed charging her will :
murder. Kin not being able to hire
an attorney the court , nt her request ,
appointed W. II. Ware to look nf r r
hur interests. Bail win fixed nt $2K)0 ( )
which she waa of courao unable to fur
nish , and she was taken back to jail ,
the examination being being postponed
until next Saturday.
At the tirao of the inquest Dr , Em
ends , who vlowodtho body , avoltashi :
that it waa n white child , but in view
c f the evidence now disclosed tin
the body was takou up yesterday am
and subjected to a careful pos
mortem by Dr. Maorea , who pronounced
nouncod it a colored babe surely , am
that it breathed nnd lived aomo thn
after birth. No special marks of vlo
loncowero discovered , however.
WANTED 10,830 bashols of corn
Inquire nt No. 3 i Pearl street , or
broom factory , Mills nnd North Sixth
dtf MAYNK & Co.
Holiday gocda at Darkness , Orout
Ladles' and children's wool hoods a
ilarknoaa , Oroutt & Co'a.
brilliant shades posjl
bio , on all fabrics are made by th
Duuiod Dyes. Unequalled for brill
lanoy and durability. 10 conta.
* , Tno
Those who thought that Anderson1
defeat , last fall , crushed him , are mis
taken , ilo cornea up aa milling a
over and wants the umralialahlp. O
courao the present incumbent want
It , and , while ho has not the
claim upon it , aa irgalnst the public
againat the claima of Anderson , hi
al had a priority of right , inasmuch ai
all that Anderson Is , and all that hi
til hoped to be , was the reeult of Chap
man's machlnatlona. Anderson alai
3 ; had all the influence that The Non
parell waa capable of , llttlo thougl
it proved to bo. Chapman nov
n. recognlrus the ftct that there i
n.ot no honor among thlovca nud eric
id loudly for reform , for the reason tha
when thooflicea were being distribute
il- this winter , and it waa asked who wa
ilt's rcaponalblo for the democratic vie
tory In thla district , ho stood up wit
Ills party and made the same remar
0 | that a hotel keeper who usad to run
sth hoatolry In Oass county , made when a <
h cased of illegitimate parentage. It i
6' related that ono of the hired girls lol
df the hotel and after a certain time h <
ed indiscretion bore its natural fruit. Boi
ifaco heard of the matter and Vet
vt homo and said to Ills wife , "Wli-wl
t wh-what do think
you ; M-M-Mary
got a baby , and who do yon thin
they lay it to ? " The old lady was
sure she hadn't the slightest idea.
With an air of Innocence the angels
might assume , the old man exclaimed ,
"Th-th-th-thoy lay it to usl" and the
republican party teol about aa respon
sible for their defeat at the old lady
did about the birth of that child. Andersen
dorson represents the child in this
CMC. Walnut News.
llarkncBB , Orcutt & Co , have still a
few fiuo silk dolmans. Call and BOO
When you fool out of aorta , have
the blues , melancholy , etc. , it must
bo indigestion that ails you , Brown's
ron Bittnri ) cures it
G. I ! Few , of LpMara , was at the Pa
W , S. Cottrcll , of Little Sioux , was In
the city yesterday.
C. M. Lawler , of Missouri Valley , was
visible hero yesterday.
F O. Kwannell , of Kinkukee , III , dined
at the Ogden yesterday.
D. Goodlander , of llockfard , 111 , , ar
rived In this city yesterday.
F. R. Bostwiclc , of Chicago , got outside
of a Pacific house dinner yesterday.
James D. Itlce , of Burlington , was
among yesterday' * arrivals at tbo Pacific
Dr. Poulson expects to start to-day on
a trip to California , intending to go by one
route and return by the other.
Among those from Chicago who ar
rived at tbo Ogden yesterday were P. H.
Lerch , T. 11. Long , D. Burr , J. II. Stevl-
ton and H. J. Mitchell.
P/of. Lane , of Omaha , WAS In the city
yesterday , In the interests of the electric
lights , nd In company with Alderman
Newell mnde the rounds of the city , and
wcro welcome caller * at THE BEE office.
Judge AyloBworth has received word
from his family that they arrived in Cali
fornia nnd that they were picking flowers
and enjoying sunshine there , while snow
balls and IcicloH abounded here.
Major Marshall has arrived here to as
sume the duties assigned him at general
agent of the 0. & N. W. His old frltn is
and many new ones congratulate him and
heartily welcome him back to Council
Mr. N , 1' . Thompson , brother of our
well known townsman nf agricultural ten
dencies , U here on bin wedding tour. The
bride Is a daughter nf It ilph Hmereon , of
l < merson , T lcott & Co. , the leading man
ufacturer ! ) of ugrlculturnl implement ) ) .
MM. A. J. Sponr , from Wisconsin , If
visiting the Kirklnnda In thla city and
looking up a location for n millinery store
Klther Council Blult * or Omaha will bo
thn gainer , and we hope that every oflnrt
will bo m do to keep the lo y idkour city
Children's heavy school hose al
Darkness , Oroutt & Co.'a.
Table linona , napkins , doylies , tow
el * and crfflliea cheap at Harkneas
Orcatt & Co.'a.
Fair and Feotlval.
The Indies of the Baptist ohurcl
will give a fair and festival at Do
hany'a opera house , Tu'eaday , the ICth
Supper from C p , in , on durlug the
evening. Tableaux at 8 p , m. Several
oral scones drawn from incidents o .
the war of the rebellion. Admiosior
only 10 cento. All are cordially in
vited. Jan 12-4t
Weak muaclea and nerves , slngeiah
ness of thought and Inactivity , curec
by Urown'a Iron Bitters ,
THE GREEN EYED MONSTER
Ho Cnusos a Huabanil to Draw n Re
voiYor on n > Traveling MnnAll
Tlicro was n sensational mooting 01
lower Broadnray Saturday aftornnoi
between two men , ono named B. F
Thuraton , whoso homo Ia in Kunaa
City , and who haa boon spending
few days tioro selling aomo kind o
nilvor polish , the other a resident o
Council lllutfa named J. P. Simpson
It npponrn that Simpson had bocomi
fired with joalouay nnd fooling tba
ho had boon greatly wronged by ar
intimacy which ho believed hat
aprung up between hia wife an <
Thurston. Ho catno aorosa Thuratoi
and Mrs. Simpson on Broadway , am
it ia claimoU that in hia fury hi
pulled out a revolver am
coming up bbhind them strncl
Tnutaton in the buck of the head
Thur&ton turned , and grabbing hi
assailant , throw him to the around
About tbla time Justice Vaugba
nnd Constable Skinner appeared o
the Boeno , nnd Skinner nt one
wrenched the revolver from S mf
son's hand , the weapon being alread
The two men and Mro , Simpso
wore taken to Justice Vnughau' '
otlioe , where Thuraton filed a con ;
plaint against Simpson for assault an
battery with Intent io do gront bodily
ily harm and nlso for carryin
oincoaled weapons. Simpson gav
$300 bonda on the former charge , am
$100 on the latter , aa security for hi
Rppoaranco in court , Sum Ford an
Kd Andoraon balng hia bondsmen.
Simpson in turn filed a oomplMii
aqainat Thuiaton and agalnat Mn
Simpson , charging them with adu
tory , Thuraton gave $300 binds , J
0 , Morgan being his turoty , while th
woman wvs released on her own in
Yesterday morning thn parties a [
pearod before Justice Vaughan an
tlio cases wcro continued until th :
morning , when it Ia thought the di
tails cf the affair will bo more thai
oughly arrived at.
RlohM in Hop Farming.
At the present prices , ten acres i
Hops will bring moro money thn
live hundred acres in any other faru
ing ; and , if there ia a consumer c
dealer who thinks the ptioe of Do
Hittora high , remember that Hops ni
61.25 per lb. , and the quantity nu
quality cf Dopa in Dop Blttore , an
ia the price romaina the name aa forme
ft ly. Don't buy or uao worthlota ttu
sr or imitations boiuuw the price is les
at "Bucnupuitoo , "
Quick , compete cure , nil annoyii
Kidney , Bladder , and Urinary Di
ik eaaoa. Druggista. $1.
A Oreat Traveler and Special Friend
of tbo Bportamon Poisoned By
'Home Unknown llnnd.
All the Bportamon of this city and
vicinity know "Old Don. " Do was
not merely a valuable dog , but a dog
with a history. Ilia trainers wore auch
veterans in the field ns Mr. Sackott
and the late Dr. Kiohora. "Don" waa
born in England , nnd crossed tbo At
lautio while a puipy and soon after
arrived in thla city. Being of gunu
too bloul Mr , Sackott , and shortly
tf.erDr. Fichera , paid special ntton
tion to hia education , and in a abort
time ho could jump , fdtch , point ,
dance and apeak not merely balk or
whine fjr the lUctor taught him 'to
a moat remarkable degno to utter
sounds , aa a low whlsperlcg voice , t < >
the amusement and amazement ot
many. When ntked where ho ban
boon , what ho bid seen , oto. , he
would try motions and noisoe ,
quite aaccessfully conv iy the account
of hia doings , while the intelligent
beaming in his oyrc , aupplled what
might bo lacking in the narration ana
loomed ahncst pie f hat he WAB u little
tlo man in a dog's hide. Do would
wcrk in the field equally wo'l ' as a ant-
tor , pointer or water dog. Do could
awnn under the water like a fish , and
caught many a wounded duck below
the ouifico of the water , his head
then appearing much like that of a
seal. Do was fall of tiicka also , , and
The late Dr. FichorA had him on
several if his door hunting expeditions
north , nnd in the west , and ho wna nt
all timca and places hfs favorite dog.
The attachment between the late doc
tor and hia dog was BO atrong that
when the master died "Don" waa al
moat heart broken. Do n f usnd to bo
rivon away from the prceanco f tbe
arm of him ho loved BO well , and
hen it wni taken to tbo cemetery the
og kept hia place under the hoaraa ,
nd aoomcd aa sincerely a mourner as
lough be hud n human heart to ache ,
iVhon all others Mt the cemetery he
ernaincd there , and diggirg a hole in
10 mound ho neatlod down there , and
or three days and nlghta remained
icro , grieving himself away , touching
otther fuod nor drink until Mr
Vithnoy found him nnd took him
way , atclodibg him In the ccllitr
ndtfi1 his store , whcro Dr. Poulson
ound him and bought him.
"Don" waa then only throe years
Id , Ho presented a pitiful eight of
mourning , "misery mid melancholy.
Aa his Into master nud Dr. Poulaon
used to rldo out trgother often , and
< opt their horeca in the aamo stable ,
Don" Deemed atonco to rccognlzi in
i his now master a dear friend and
, peodily , by the new attachment ,
ovlvcd from Ida stupor.
The dog followed hfa now master
, wiou to California nnd enjoyed many
coast huntfl there , and from the straits
of Onrgulnas fetched hundreds o (
ducks. Ho aaconded with him the
lighcat poaka ot the Rocky Mountainn
and brought pinn hena from 12 OCO
cot nbovo the level of the aea , and hia
ant awlin in Bear lake , in Idaho , made
ilm na liok of alkali aa though ho had
awallnwod coploun drafta of ecawator.
At San Francisco "Don" used to
h cross ttio bsv by himself , and in that
confusion tf boats , and trains , and
stations ahowod a remarkable intelli
; enco in never failing to got on and
> ff with the ncocrncy c f an old and
.f experienced traveler. The trainmen
nnd boatmen nil know him and hu
lad free and welcome passage any
where and always.
Bo was strangely familiar with rail
way traveling , his experience cf su
tripa over the Union PaciQo and Cjn
; ral Paoifio evidently not being h
vain. At stations ho would got on
and exercise himself on the pint fora
nnd furnish much amusement to thi
passengers , but ho always had an oyi
3n the conductor , and at the about c
"all aboard" ho would jump into thi
baggage car , Ho down and patient ! ]
wait fur the next stoppage.
"Don" was to have storied to daj
on another enjoyable California journey
noy , but on last Friday forenoon hi
wna mysteriously poisoned by atrych
nine , given him by acme unknowi
band. Dr. Paulson wna notified , bu
too late to do anything for him , nm
death apoodlly f jllowod.
, "Don's"son , n beautiful nnd vnlu
able hunting do ? , belonging to Mr
Arbntbnot of Omaha , waa onotthr.iugl
the body the day before and died ul
moat ; inatnntly.
Another valuable hunting doc ; wort ]
aoveral hundred dollars , and belonglti )
to JohnF. Oliver , haa nlao been poia
Suspicion rjoinU to eomo parties ii
the vicinity of Broadway nnd Scot
street aa beinc the klllcra cf these val
unblo doga The shooting of Mr , Ar
buthnot'a dog wai done at'tho ' creek ii
the roar ( f The Nonpareil building
and it is claimed that the poison ha
boon dealt out in thatviolnity. Som
atepa should bo taken to ferret out tin
offondcra nnd bring them to punishment
mont , and certain it ia that grcate
atrers should bo laid upon the drug
giala' to compel them to keep a complete
ploto register of the purchasers c
Deilera nru paying ! ! 0o for corn here tc
day ; cot and freight to Chicago 10 :
Chicago market for cenr mixed corn , 4Gi (
COUNCIL nturi-H MAIIKLT.
Corrected dally by J. Y. J-'uller , uiei
chftudlse broker , buver and shipper c
grain nnd provision ? , 3D Pearl street.
WHKAT No. 3 spring , 77o ; No. 3C !
rejected 50o ; srood demand.
CoitN-2'Jo to feeders and SOa to shl [
OATH Scarce and In good demand ; 30 ( <
HAT 4 OOffiO 00 par ton.
K\K-40c ; light supply.
COIIN MEAL 125per 100 nonnda.
o WOOD-Good supply , prices at yardi
5 00@0 00.
COAL Delivered , hard , 10 CO per tor
soft. 5 00 per ton.
HUTTKU Plenty and In fair demam
23c.KCGS Scarce and in demand ; SOo in
LAUD Fairbank's. wholesaling at ISc.
POCLTIIY Firm ; dealers paying 13o p <
pound for t-ukeys anil lOo for chickens.
VKQKTAHLKH 1'otattw , 45c ; onions , 25 <
cabbages , 040o per dozen ; apples , 2 i
@ 3 BO per barrel.
KI.OUK Crystal Holler mill Hour retai 1
ed at : < W for dlutum winter ; 'J bO for goli
en ulieal ; U 00 for bant tack.
Wholesale price * for Hour , 2 40@3 23.
UuoOMs 2 00@3 00 per dozen.
OATTLK 3 00@3 50 ; calves , 6 00@7 BO.
Hous * Hecelptsety light to-day on ai
count ol delayed train. Market firm i
yesterday's prices ,
GOUKGIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. flpecl&l tdrertUcmenU , sue
Lot , Found , To Loan , For 81 < , To Hmi ,
Want * , Boudlnff , etc. , will b < Inserted In tbli
column M the ow r > t of TEN CENTO PER
LINK ( or th * flnt Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PKR LINE ( or each cubsoquent Insertion.
Leave * dv trttamenU U our office , No. 7
Street , near llmndwty.
WANTED Everybody lu Council Ulun IL
to take Till Bu , 20 cents per week , de
llrored by carrier * Ofllco , No 7 Vt Street \
For Sale and Rofat
A S oilier , mo t aih antitfiomly fltuattxl , oflorn
Cd tk room In return for crvlcti : ( ras , fuel ,
tr , furnished. Adru < 9 , "OQlCf , " HKM ctlloc ,
unc 1 lllullx
) IKK.S-ln ! p cK RC9 ot a hundred t Zle
Olit a | > ac < a o at THK HHX office , No. 7 fcarl
-Oio IU ncaril , dealer In * all
RKSIOVAI and Hind wuh tie- , will mt voJ nu-
nry IB. Irom No 11 , Pearl iitrett , to new Sic-
Mahon lilockU : Mkln , anJ 33 IVarl r re 's , rcxt
door to post tUra j nl tf
. 'OVU A collftlockty ( pin. Cjiretothc
1 U K oil ! o , pty for this ad , prove proprity
. rl.t the pin. _ d27t (
.rlDK. . W. L. PATTON I'bjslclan and OculUt
DK. cure any caao of aore eyes. It Is only
a matter of time , and can cure generally In
from three tc five weeks lt tn kt nr difference -
once how Ion ; dlscaitod. Will stralRhtcn cross
eycn , operate and remove I'tyreetnms , etc. , and
Insert artlOclalcos. Special attention to re-
movelnK todowormi atf-tf
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
CHICAGO , BOCK I8L1ND AND rACinO.
Atlantic Kxt..B.-20pra I PaciHc EX t..9:15 : a m
Ex and Mall.0:25om : Kx and Mall.6:55 : p m
D. Molncs ac'.7lB a in | DCS Molnc8nc'.4:40 : p m
CHICAGO , BURU.NOTOS ASD QCINC1.
Atlantic Kxt. . BuTOpm PadHc Ext..920am
Mali and Ejc)20am ! Hall and Ex'.7.00pm
M. Y. Kx 4Upm Neb & KM Ex..8:20 : a m
CIIICAOO AND I
Atlantic Ext..fi:15 : p m Pacific Ext--B:15 : m
Mai and Ex * . .9 20 am Mai and Hx.6.15pm
Accom. ( Sat. ) . .6 0 p m Accom. ( Mon..l:45 : p m
KANSAS CTIT , ST. JOH AND COCNCH , BUJIT8.
Mall and Kx.,9.55am I Exprcsn 6:60pm :
Kxprcea. D.lOpm | Holland Ki..6'45 p rn
Oterland Kx. 11:30 a. m. Overland Kx , .4 00 p. m.
Lincoln Ex..11:30a. : m. DemerEx . 80Ha.m ,
Denier Ex..7 00 p.m. Locil Kx 6.30 ft. m.
' ' " . . . . . .TIM a. m. " Kx 905a.m.
m. " I'jc . . . .ct)0am. )
ftABAHII , 8F. LOCIH AND PACIHO
Mall and Ex. . 9:45 : a m I Mftll and IX. 4U < 0 p m
Cannon .liall. . 4W : pm | Cannon 1UII..11:03 : ft m
8IOU1 CUT AND PAHUC.
For Sioux Clty.7:55am : Frm Sioux C'y.G:5 :
For FortNiobraro , Frm Fort Nlobrara ,
Neb * . . . 7:55 : a inFer Neb 'fi-IOpm
For St. Paul..7:40pin : From St. Paul.,8 0 a m
CHICAGO , M1LWAUKRB AND ST. PAUL.
Leave Council Uliiffa. Arrlcs Council Uluffg.
Mall and Ex. . ' aa in I Mall and Ex.l.M pm
Atlantic Kx. . [ 5:15 : ] > in | Atlantic fx..19:10 : am
ClllCtOO , MII.UACKKK AND 8T. PAUL.
Leaves Omaha. Arrives ot Omaha.
Mall and Kx. 7:1,1 : ft m I Pacific Ex [ 9:45am :
Atlantic Ev..gjlopm : | Mall and Ex.7-lMpm
'Except ' Sundays , t Except Saturday. tExcept
Monilays. B Dally.
Council Blutta & Omaba Street R. B.
Leave Council lllufls. Leave Omaha.
B a m , 9 a ra , 10 o m , I B a m , 9 a m , 10 a m
11 a m , \ m , 2 p m , 3 p 111 a m , 1pm , 2p m , 3 p
m , 4 p m , 6 p m , G p m. | m , 4 p m , 8 p m , 6 p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Pacific
Depot. On Sunday the cars begin their trips at
9 o clock o. m. , and run rcini any during the day
at 9,11 , 2 4. R and fi o'clock , and run to city time
Dr , J , Meaglier.ziOculist , Anrist ,
In Chronic dUeaees , offers his son Ice * to oil al
fllcted with dlwancBCf th Eje , Ear , or Chronic
di onsoi of any chr cter. Warrints a cure In
a 1 Kheumatlc nffectl , na Can bo cnnBiilted b >
mall or In perdcn at the Mttropolitan hotel
Council llhiffj , Iowa.
: Nt\V YOHK PRICES ,
For Dry Goods and
Fancy Goods go to L
HARRIS , 734 Lower
EDWIX J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace ane
lIBBroadway , Council Bluffs
W. R. VAUGHAN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Omabn and Council Bluffs
Real Estate , * Collection Agency.
In Odd Fellow's block , over Savings
MRS , fi. J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON
22 Broadwnv. ConnolllBluff. .
J. C. HOFFMAYR & CO. ,
CITY ROLLER IILLS
Warranted Equal to any made In th
ASK YOUR GROOER FOR II
Bran & Shorts
jan4-tf Council Bluffs , Ia.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
AND CAEPET HOUSE.
Broadway , and Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
Headquarters For the Cele
Weber Pianos ,
Toys and Fancy Goods
Wholesale and Retail ,
O d. MUELLER ,
HU COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1,50 , $1.75 and $2.00
TMTA.3P3EI X3XT S7
Bluff and fillow Sreets , CoecH Blnffs.
3E33R I3 XD99 *
. GEISE' BOTTLED BEER ,
MADE FnOU THE ARTESIAN WELL WATER. ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Orders filled In any part of the city. Orders by telephone promptly attended to.
BATH INSTITUTE ,
Hrjant Street , ono Door north of Dohinj's Hall.
Thermo-Electric , Medicated and Sulphur Baths.
For ladles and gentlemen. These Baths are full ) cndo s d by the Medical Fraternity as ueinij aa
, unfailing nuiillayln reo jit Co'ds ' , Hhcuma'lsni , > curalgla , Lumtn o and many otlit-r allmcnto
Deoidc , my v lie , a competent lad ) , will attend ladies. F M. LOOKWOOD , Propr.
STEAM COEFEE MILLS ,
Wholesale and Hotall Dealers ill Fioah Roasted ColToop , Teas and Spices.
3Q5 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MORGAN , KELLER & CO. ,
The finest quality and laryost stock west of Chicago of wowlen nnd motalic coses. ,
Calls attended to at all honro. We defy competition in quality of goods or prices.
Our Mr. Morgan has served ns undertaker for forty yonrs nnd thoroughly understands
his business. WAUKKOOMS , 340 AND 357 BROADWAY. Upholstering In
ail its branched promptly attended to ; also carpet-laying and lambrequins. Telegraphic -
graphic and mall orders lillfd without delay.
BREWERY & MALT
Council , - .
Ber and malt In any quanl Ity to suit purchasers. Beer $8.00 pt r barrel. Private . families sop.
piled with Hnall lieg < at 81.00 eacloeliered 'rceol charge to any part ot the city.
PETERSON & LARSON ,
Wholesale Dealer In and SOLE AGENT FOR Joseph Schlitz Brewing * * '
MILWAUKEE BEER ,
No. 711 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Orders from the country elicited
City orders to famlUea and dealers delivered free.
DUQUETTE , GUI BERT & CO. ,
( Successors to EttD & DUQUETTE ) .
l > kf ln T7l Tn4rt * nnn III
| ll I
T6 and 18 Poar-at ) , , roiinoii Bluffs , Ta.
No. 529 S Main Street. - - - Council Bluffs.
Our constantly Increasing trade Is sufficient proof of our equaredenllnK and atten-
tion to customers. Good butter always on hand. Prompt delivery ot goods.
S. M. OUOOKS , Prea. N. B. EASTOX , Secy.
J , 0. HOFFMAN , Vica Pros. N , B. MOORE , Counselor ,
5 MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE CO ,
[ Incorporated under the Laws of Iowa. ]
Insurance at Actual Cost ,
Insnrine LIVE STOCK Against Loss by
ACCIDENT , TUEFT OR DEATH , Or Any
Unknown or Contingent Event Whatever.
Experienced agents wanted. Correspondence
ssllclted fram all part * of Iowa.
, OFFICE * 103 Pearl Street , Council Bluflj , Ia.
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