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THE DAILY BEE "COUNCIL BLUtfFS IOWA FRIDAY EEKRDARY t
The Daily Bee.
Friday Morning , Fob 0.
BUD80IUPTION BATES :
BT Carrier , - - - - - to cents per week.
BrUall . . . . . . (10.00 per Ti.
Offloa : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
The Indict meet again tha ! afternoon
at 2:30 : o'clock to BOW ( or the needy.
Peter Johnson claims thit hta saloon
WM enUred and 83 stolen from the till.
Sallie Paine , the colored woman at the
jail , Is now getting along well , ai it al > o
John Klane yesterday had the distinc
tion of being the only drunk dltpo ed of in
In the circuit court yesterday Charlei
Warner , the colored J nltor , WM granted
a dirorco from his wife.
Sa't li doing good work on the street
railway track * , doinp more to clear off the
mow than shovel ) , by longoddf.
There was a regular cowling carnival
on Willow avenue last evening. A big
crowd , young and old , lot * of fun and no
There was a quiet wedding yesterday
in which Justice Vaughan tied the knot
between Gtorge L. Rust and Eliza M.
General Tom Ihumb and company
arrived here yesterday and stopped at tht
Ogden. They gave pleasing entertain' '
Dents at Dohany'e.
Warrants are out for the arrest of
three brothers named Byore , living in
Lewis townihlp , they being charged with
killing B mule belonging to A Mr. I'lumoc.
A BARGAIN , Any person doslring to
purchase an elegant residence one block
f rom lt ylts ' park , for 80,500 , part on
time , should address W , Iboi 1,617.
Horace Everett evidently believes that'
it Is bitter to give than receive. Yester
day was his birthday and ho donated to
Council Bluffs lodge , No. 40 , a check of 125
for the benefit of the Pythian poor.
Jacob Sims has commenced another
action against hi * former law partner W.
8. Amont , for damages on account of
partnership moneys collected , and personal
Injuries resulting from Ament assaulting
him. Ho places the wbolo bill at $3,000.
Whatiithe city coming to ? Tire out
of the three Justices and one police officer
Arrested within twenty-four hours , the
former for disturbing the peace and the
latter for larceny. Ob , dearl Oh , dear
Yesterday was a good day fortnarrlago
licenses , The following were granted duo
light : O. T. Wilson and Anna Villon ,
both of Oouncll Bluffi ; George L. Kust and
Kilzft M. Davl , Center ; Henry llussan
nd Maggie Schiller , both of Woodblnt ,
Madison county ; and Henry Short am
LtnaL. Proctor , both of Gainer.
The Germans of Council Bluff * an
aroused and propoio to respond to the cal
of their suffering friends at home. To pu
this sympathy In practical shape A gran
concert is announced , to take place nl
Turner ball on next Sunday evening ,
An advertisement found elsewhere will ex
plain. The best local talent has been
engaged , and a feast of music U prom
ised those who attend.
It is not generally known that thi
dty marshal has A fresh weapon in th
cow warefare. Under the ordinance hi
can not only arrest A stray cow and pni
her in the poucd , but can Arrest the ownei
for letting her run At large , and the fin
for the owner Is from $1 to $16. If tin
war gets much'warmer the cowownera maybe
bo put in the pound and the cows Allowed
In the circuit court yesterday then
was a hard disposition made of A case , It
being thct of II. Marksberry , of Missouri
Valley , against Llnder & Kiel , the cause
of action being An attempt to recover
money paid the latter for liquors , the
plaintiff having kept n saloon , and pur *
chased his liquors of that firm , The case
has been hanging fire for two years , and
yesterday the plaintiff's attorney , C. R.
Scott , Asked for A continuance on the
ground that his client was too drunk to
Appear in court , Judre Reed decided
that this was not sufficient ground for A
continuance , unless it could be shown that
Myntter & Adams , the attorneys for the
defendants , had got the defendant drunk.
Scott could not give Any such showing ,
And the case was dismissed.
The finest lot of anthracite coal that
baa been rocolved bore this winter has
just arrived at A. H. Mayno & Oo.'s.
Dr. Woit , Dentist , 14 Pearl etroot.
PBBBONAL , .
A. J. Kniiell and P. P. Kelley , ol
Glenwood , were In the city yesterday.
J. H , Shank , of Marion , Iowa , was
Pacific house diner yesterday.
Win. Cook and 8. M. Otgood , of Gedai
Rapids , were at the Pacific yesterday.
W. F. Booggln and wife , of Sloan , Iowa
were at the Pacific yesterday.
Geo. B. Garland , of Boston , arrived a
the Pacific yesterday ,
I. D. M. Lohdell , of New York , 1s a
A. D. Tinsley and wife , of Harlan , ar
in the city , and stopping at the Ogden ,
W. 8. Minlrok , of New York , was s
the Ogden yesterday.
F. B. Bemple , of Cincinnati , arrived t
the Ogden yesterday ; ftlio D. M. Andei
son , of the same place. _
We notice the Marriage fund , Mutui
Trust Association , of Cedar Rapids , lowi
highly spoken of in many of the leadln
papers of the state. "Money for the U
married" heads their advertisement I
another column of this uaper. 5-3i
When yon want to got Iowa coi
that Is almost If not quite equal t
Wyoming , call for the Frederick , t
A. U. Mayne & Oo.'s. _
Hertford' ! Acid Phosphate , L'entn
and Bodily Exliuuutlon , Etc.
Dn. Q. KAISER , Indlanapolh
Ind. , Bays : "I hare preacrlbod it fc
dyspepsia , impoteucy and mental an
bodily exhaustion ; and In all casea
bail glren general latlaf action. "
Official PoaoB Makers Fast Be
coming PoacQ Breakers ,
A Bohoolboylah Squabble In a
THE BKK has already c&llod atten
tion to the fact that there docs not ex-
1st the most pleasant and brotherly
fooling possible between some of the
justices of the peace , the natural rival
ry for business having ontloaped its
legitimate bounds , and fast striding
toward the blood and thunder region.
Justice Vaughan , whoso activity
and cnthnslasm in anything ho undertakes -
takes i well known , got considerably
stirred up over n case in which a
young man waa arrested charged with
larceny. It seems that the young
man , named 0. W. linrns , had ap
peared before Vauqhan and told his
story as to how Oflicor Mono had mis
used him by getting possession of his
watch , and on the strength of this a
warrant was issued for the officer's ar
rant on the charge of larceny , The
tQicor , Morse , then wont before Judge
Avlcsworth and in turn filed an In
formation against Burns , charging
him with larceny. A warrant was is
sued nnd Burns was arrested. Mar'
ahal Jackson , having the pris
oner in charge , waa hot able
to find Judge Aylosworth , and BO
brought him before Justice Abbott , as
the young man wanted to give bail ,
Jnstlco Abbott fixed the bail at $200
An affidavit for a charge of vonno was
filed by Mr. Mynitor , but Justice Ab
bott refused to grant it on the ground
that the case was not before him , and
that ho had not the papers , hla only
business with the case being to fix the
ball nnd accept bonds , the officer
not being able to find Judge
Aylcaworth. A yonng man , a chum
of the prisoner , offered to
go on the bond , but Abbott did not
consider the security good. Mr.
Mynstor then offered to bo a bonds
man , but Abbott declined on account
of his being an attorney.
Justice Vaughan , having had his
sympathloa aroused in behalf of the
young man , and hearing that Abbott
would not accept ball or grant a
change of venue , which would send it
to Vaughan'H ' court , went post haato
to Abbott'a office , and there was a
stormy Interview , which finally ended
in blows , but no blood waa slopped
AB to the details of the disgraceful
and yet ludicrous acono there ia much
difference In the naratlons.
Vaughan says ho wont up there to
have a little friendly talk and expla
nation about the mat'or , and that
Abbott flow into a passion , and as a
round-up ho grabbed Vaughan by the
coat , whereupon the latter gave him
a llttlo tap with his cano and told him
to sit down , and ho sat , and that they
then talked over the matter in a inoro
Abbott'a story is different. Ho
sayu that Vanghan waa insulting and
used such language that ho had to or
der him to desist and leave the office.
Ho claims that aa Vaughan came for
him with uplifted cano ho grabbed
him by the throat and choked him In
to dropping the cano , when Vanghan
reached behind him as though ho wna
going to pull a revolver , but ho didn't
and the fuss ended.
Yesterday afternoon Chief of Police
Field filed information against both
Vaughan and Abbott , Charging them
with disturbing the peace , Oflicor
Sterling arrested Vanghan and Oflicor
Barhyto arrested Abbott. The hearIng -
Ing of the cases is sot for 10 o'clock
this morning before Judge Aylosworth ,
bat It is predicted that the farce
will end as It began , with a waste of
words and a dash of ill temper , becom
ing school boya rather than dignified
Flno weather for baths. Take thorn
at 21 Byrant atroot. See advertise
ment in another cddmn.
James Thomaa & Co. , have holstoc
an elegant sign over the now briol
store at D20 Main atroot. The steel
on hand and displayed about the doori
la very attractive to the seeker sf to
agricultural Implements , wagona , bug
gloa , etc.
Tbo Police Oflicor Arrested for Larceny
cony and In Turn Boa the Oom-
The arreat of Officer J. W. Morse
of the police force , charged with lai
cony , has caused no llttlo atir amen
ofiolal ciroloa. The complaining wll
ness IB a young man named 0. \ \
Burns , who lately had u barber aho
hero , but who now makes Omaha hi
headquarters. Ho says that h
had a silver watch which h
pawned at Mra. D-wla' , and that h
lost thq pawn ticket. A few day
ago ho tried to got the watch out c
piwn , but not having the ticket , Mre
Davis told him that she could not glv
it to him , unless ho brought the mai
ahal to her to vouoh for it. Burr
at then found Morse , whom ho clalmi
represented himself aa the city ma
ahal Instead of of the
at , one polic
force , and ho got Morsp to g
the watch for him , paying Mori
ire the amount needed , 911 * H
aaya tint Morse thus got the watc :
at and that ho rofusoa to glvo it 0p
him , and hence ho had him ni
at Morse tolls a little different ator ;
er- it being to the effect that ho had re
son to believe that there waa aon
crooked work going on , and ho wa
by agreement of all concerned ,
ng hold the watch until ho could Invcsl
fnIn gate further.
In Immediately niter Mono
3m was crrcc
ed ho wont before Judge Ayloawor
and had Burns arrested for larceny ,
teat being claimed that Burnn while
at Mra. Davis1 store one time lately , at
looking at some watohca , slipped o
gold ono Into hia overcoat pocket , i'
al watch being valued at $40. Mi [
Davis' BJitor , who was behind t
. , counter , saw him , and demanding i
'or watch ho gave it up. The casd
nd Burns waa sot for yesterday aftornoi
It aa waa also the case of Morso. ,
& they oooldjnotlbo proaent In bothjplac
at the narno time , Morse's case waa
continued biforo Jnstlco Vaughn un
til this afternoon ,
AOantrofHorao Tbloves Suceeaftuiy
A now prisoner was added to the
boarders at the jnll jcstorday , hie
name balng Charles Fults , and the
charge against him boingthat of homo-
stealing , llii homo is at Oakland ,
and ho had hla examination In Avocu ,
it resulting in his being bound over to
the grand jury in the turn tf $1,003 ,
and in default cf bail ho was sent to
jail , Ho haa made a lusty sequel now ,
and claims to bavo boon one cf a gang
of which Benedict , who waa
lately arrrostod In Omaha
was wna the leader. Ho
haa glvon the names of the other
members of the gang , and several ar
reels will result. The gang haa been
stealing mostly in Shelby county , nnd
ho claims that they run moat tf them
into Nobraaka , and had several hidden
near Ashland. TUB BEE , a tow days
ago , noted the fact that eight or ten
horses had been fonnd near Ashland ,
secreted between two Blacks of hay ,
and these ho claims nro aomo of the
atolon horses. The diaolosuro blda
fair to break up the whole gang
whoso depredations have for a lonfi
ttmo boon annoying the cltlzans of
this part of the otato. It la expected
that of the gang five at least will bo
convicted and sent aorota the state.
Friends of the Homeless.
The following call aa a preliminary
move to a worthy enterprise la aolf
explanatory , and should servo to call
together a largo number of citizens at
the Baptist church thla evening :
We , the underslgno-J , unite in a call
for a citizana * mooting at the chapel of
the Baptist church , Friday night , February
ruary 0 , 1883 , at 7:30 : o'clock , to con
alder the advisability of taking stops
to make the present relief work permanent
manont in lie natnro by establishing theme
homo for the friendless and a city hos
J. G Lemon , E. L. Shng&rt ,
P. 0. DaVe ) , T. J. Evans ,
J. P. Oasady , J. D. Edmnndaon ,
Philip Armour , Thos. Officer ,
8 , Farnsworth , J. M. Phillips ,
R Morgan , John Dohany ,
E. E. Harknos * , J W. Liing ,
J. P. Filbert , W. Sledontopf ,
D. Macrae , H , W. Hart ,
0. H. Pinnoy , A. J. Cook ,
F. H. Oroutt , J. Mueller ,
Uoo. Bebblngton , Q. M Washburn ,
A. P. Hanchott.
If you are not married , write the Mar-
aKO Funl and Mutual Trust ABSOCIII-
tlon , Cedar lUplila , luwa , ( or citculnra
o plan. (5-3m.
Our Now Loan and Improvement ( Jo
Investigation Into the matter con
vinces no that ono of the moat cquita
bio , reasonable and feasible pinna of
building hounca is that proposed and
In operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trnst and Improvement company of
this city. By invostltg In shares in
this institution , which is backed by
some of our best and most reliable
buslnoea men , it becomes possible and
comparatively easy for a man of mod
erate moans to secure a comfortable
homo for himself and family. In tak
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , ID a few
years a man can own a house
of hia own for abont the s ma as
ho pays monthly for rent.Vo
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want In Oouncll Blnifi. Their
plans and system of loans will bear
the most careful scrutiny and exam
ination , and wo have no hesitancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
cf honor nnd Integrity. As the com
pany ozista it becomes at once an in
stitution of valun and credit to our
city and these who deslro homes.
Their president is T , A , Kirkland
vioo president , Judge Foako ; sec
retary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Boobo , nnd their ollho io in the base
ment of Shugart'a and MoMahon'a
now block , corner First avenue and
Ponrl street i n27-ly
YOUDR man or woman , if you want bis
: money for a email amount , limit e in tht
Marriage Fund nnd Mutual Trust Anaocl
ation , Cedar Kapldi , Iowa , (5-3m
Senntor IrjgtillB on Bon Bill.
Of all the dead whoso obsequies we
have paused to solemnlia In thli
ir- chamber , I recall no ono whoso uu
timely fate soemi no lamentable nnc
yet so rich in prophecy cf Sonntoi
Hill. Ho had renchod the mondial
of his years. Ho stood upon the hlgl
ir- plateau of middle life , in that soreui
ir"g atmosphere where temptation no mon
It- ataalls , where the clamorous pasaioci
no more distract , and where the con
dltlons are most favorable for enduring
op ing achievements. His upward patl
ill had been through stormy adverait
ho aud contention such as Infrequent !
falls to the lot of mon. Though no
ho without the tnndonoy to tuoditatiou
he ravorio and iutioiptotl n wh'oh ao
companies Retails , his tomporuuion
wus paleatrio. Elo was compotltivi
and nupoacaful. Ho was born
TOns polemic and conversationalist , intel
lectually pugnacious and -combative
ns so that ho was impelled to aufend an
, poaltion that might bo assailed , or at
: tack any position that might bo itn
co trenched , not beciueo , the defense b
jot assault were usoontial , but beoaus
no the positions were maintained , nn
Ho that those who hold thorn became b
oh that fact alone his advasarics. Thi
to I tendency of hla nature made hia orb
erratic. Ho was motoorlo rathe
than planetary , and fl ishod with li
regular splendor rather than shon
enmo ; with steady and pcnotnitlng rayi
mo Ills advocacy of any cauao was foa
us , less to the verge of temerity. Ho n ]
to poared to bo indifferent to applauao c
stl- applftuao for their own sake. Ho \o
copied intrepidly any conclusions' th :
ho reached , without inquiring whothi
rth they were politic or oxpodiont.
It To such a spirit partisanship wi
In unavoidable , but with Sanator Hill
md did not degenerate into bigotry , 1 ]
ono WAS captblo of broad generosity , at
the extended to hla opponents the snn
. unrnserved candor which ho demani
the od for himself. Hia oratory was In
the petuous and devoid of artlfica. I
Of waa not a poaturor or a phrat
jon monger. Ho waa too intense , t <
Aa earnest , to employ the cheap and pi
L009 try decorations of discourse.
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
I nun nryn & Pfl GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
UUHN BtnU fit UUi | IS Main Street nnd 17 Pearl Sheet.
MAX MOHN , HOU8E.
MDO O I MflDPlQ MILLlNttRYatcostfor
IVI HO. O , U. llUnlilOi 30 days , 105 Main Street ,
J. M. BARSTOW , M. P. . 0)r Dth OFFIOK St. nnd : 5tb Avp.
DR WHITE OFF s-Oor- n-i"-n.1 ' GthuD8tair8 -
J F - - -
Residence , 009 Willow Avenue ,
JUSTICE OF THE PE4.0E ,
NOnflJIID7 Ofllco after February 15th , over American ExprocR.
S. S. WAGNER , for funerals at roanonablo rates , No. 22 4th St ,
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who eealo butler , tgW , pC'iltry aril fruit. Hhl ) > loin. Drift by return mill. .110 Ilrotdwiy
DDi nPC Broadway Moat Market , 327 Brnndway ,
HnCTUV I The boat Meats at lowest prico. Sjusagea.
F CJlifllTU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Oor. 7ih and
! * uGVll I lit Broadway , Plans and specificitiona furnishodf
never roconnoitercd a hostile poaltion
nor approached it by atoaltby paral-
lilr. Ho could not lay nlcgo to an
eucmy , nor beleaguer him , nor open
trouchei , und sap nnd mine. Hia
method wr'a the charge and the onset.
Flo was the Murat cf nonatoml de
bate. Not many men of thla genera
tion have been better equipped for
parliamentary warfare than ho , with
hla commanding presence , his sinewy
diction , hia confidence , and imperturb
able Hclf-control. But In the maturity of
his puwora and his fame , with un-
racasnral opportnnitloi for achieve
ments apparently before him , with
great designs nntccompllfllied , Bar-
rounded by the proud and affectionate
Bollcitndo of a great constituency , the
pallid mosjengbr with the inverted
torch beckoned him to depart. There
are few aconoa in history mere tragic
than thatfprotracted combat with
death. No man had greater Induce-
montn to livo. But in the long struggle
against the Inexorable-advances of an
In&ldloua and mortal malady , ho did
not falter or repine. He retreated
with the aspect of a victor ; and though
ho anccnmbed ho seemed to conqunr.
His eun wont down at noon , but it
sank amid tbo prophetlo aplondoro of
an eternal dawn. With more than a
horo'n couraqc , with moro than a mar
tyr's fortitndo , ho waited the approach
of the inevitable hour and wont to the
Bncklln'3 Arnica Halve.
The DEBT SALVE In the world for Out ,
HrnircD , Soro. ' , Ulcorr , bait Rheum , Fe
ver ScroB , Tetter. Chapped Hcnih , Chll
bl&Inii , Oorna. au < l all ckln eruptions , rnl
ponltlvely euro * piles. Ifc h guaranteed to
give nntlafcotlou i re * noy rpfntnlcil.
rrloo , 25 cento per er.CF n l br C.
v Goodm _
COUNCIL BLUFFS MAIIKIT.
Corrected dally by J , Y. Fuller , iner-
chandiao broker , buyer nnd shipper of
grain nnd provision ? , 39 Penrl atrcot.
WIIKATNo. . 2 spring , 77o ; No. 3 , G5 ;
rejected DOe ; Rood demand.
COHN 32o to feeders and S4o to ship
pers ; rejected corn Chicago , GO : ; new
mixed , 53c. The receipts of corn are dally
Increasing and sbipeers are kept busy tak
ing care of formers'deliveries.
OATS' Scarce And in good demand ; SO ®
32o.HAT 4 00(5)6 ( ) 00 per ton.
UYK 40c ; light supply.
OOIIN MEAL 1 25per 100 pounds.
Woon Good supply ; prices at yards ,
5 00@6 00.
COAL Delivered , hard , 1100 per ton ;
soft. 5 50 per ton.
BUTTKB Plenty and In fair demand ;
25r : creamery , SOo.
Eopa-Scarce and in demand ; SOo per
LARD Falrbank'g. wholesaling at ISJo.
POULTRY Firm ; dealers paying ; 13o per
pound for turkeys and lOo for chickens.
VKQETABLKa Potatocc , 45c ; onloni > , 25c :
cabbagen , S0@40o per dozen ; apples , 2 60
@ 3 50 per barrel.
FLOUR Wholesale prices Roller pat
ent H 25 for superlative ; roller J patent ,
2 85 for diadum winter ; roller standard ,
2 GO for golden sheaf ; roller family. 1 GO.
Wholesale prices for flour , 2 40@3 25.
; BnoowB 'i Ofl@3 00 per dcae n.
CATTLE 3 00@3 50 ; calves fi 00@7 BO.
Hogs PocVera hero are free buvew ,
and nil ( Heringa find ie dy Bales ,
packers pnjing about )0o ) advance on all
grudea. Market active , uad all uiTerioga
quickly taken at hltjher inice" . Oarlntu :
Common , 5 45(35 ( EOj good mixed , 6 GO ®
580 ; heuvy pn-kintr , B70@5t)3 ) ; choLe
f inoy packing , li 05@0 10.
L EVERIHCHAM & CO , ,
Chicago and Milwaukee ,
UNDEH THE AUSPICE * O ? THK
lit n SOCIETIES OF OOUNOIL BLUFFS ,
1- Sweet Charity's Sake.
The offerers by the Floods thit hare hen a
; tcrilbly dcit'Uct tuolllfe id ptoreitj alonif the
ater courses ot Ociin iij. lll be aaaiettU by the
n- charitably lncllno < l of 0 un It IltulTs , nd lot thij
nbr Durpoae ctnat their couutrjinoi will give a [ land con-
id TURNER HALL ,
by lla unday , February llth ,
ior UIBS. H. J. HILTON , M , D. ,
no Ir- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
uT. QouuclllBlnff. .
tp. GOLD ROPE.
ere The Intrinsic me tit and mperlcr quality of oni
* OoMKopo Tobacco has Induced other manufac
turer * to cul upon the innVot I'OOdi similar to
mi cur , brand , . In name and style which are offered
ior and told for leu inoiey than the jcnulne Gold
Hope. Wo caution the t ade and consumer tutnc
that our name and trade mark are upon eacb
ras lump. Tht only genuine and original Quid Rope
lit rnbtcco Is manufactured by
Ho THK WILSON A MoNALLY TO
nd TUGOO COMPANY.
mo PERSONAL-'Tarls ot the hu an body
1- an ! J ! ' lntcri , d.Si rS.n.rt c-og | > 1. . " r10-- ' . ! !
tlnc * rt ment TOPK n In our
ra- paper. In reply to Injuries we will wy that
EIo there li no eUlenrc tl humbuirabjut this. On
the contrary , the uhertlitM ar very highly In-
dorwid. Interci od persons nay get italcd clr-
Lee cular Khiniiallpartlcular , gUIng all partlcu-
ial- lari. by addrtasinz Erie Medical Co. , P. O. Boi
513. Uuffalo N. .
IIo , Y.-loledo Evenlos Bee.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special Advertisements , sue
Lost , Found , To Loan , For S&lo , To , Rent ,
Want3 , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In thli
column t the ow rate of TEN CENTS PKl !
LINE far the first Innirtloo nd FIVE CKNT8
PKIt LINE ( or each tubgequent Ineertlnn.
Learo lulv crtlseraonta at our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , near Uroadwty.
HOOP POLES WANTEO-Kor further par
ticulars all on or aidtcw Joseph Kos.i , G15
Upper Uroadny , Fclil-14t
Everybody In Council BluBi lo
WANTED Tni llii , UO cents per week , do
llvcroJ by carilers. Office , No 7 Foarl Street
For Sale and Rent
FWinENT Ihoitcslrableoflices lately occn
pled by the board of trade. Apply to Hush
nell & UrncUtt. tf
OLD BEES In pacKRgca ot ft hundred at 2Ec
a package at Tin Ii office , No. 7 Pearl
A N office , moUadtantageously Mtuated , offers
ri. deik room In return for ton lets ; gaa , fuel ,
etc. . , furnished. Adiircai , "Office , " lia office ,
Oounc 1 IHufTs.
COUNCIL BLUFFS RAILROAD
CniOAOO , BOCK ISLAND ASD PACinO.
Atlantic Ext..B20pm PaclDo Ext..9:15am :
UanJ MallI..0.-25am Ex and Mall.0:55 : p m
D. Molnca ac".7:16 : a m DCS Molnc8nc.4:40 : p m
CHICAGO , BURLINGTON AND QDINCI.
Atlantic Exf..0:30 : pm Pacific Kit..9:20am
Mall and Ex.0:20 : am Mall and Ex.7:00 : pm
N.Y. Ex 4:00pm : Neb & Kaa Ex..B:20 : a m
nllCAOO AND MORTUWUTXRN.
Atlantic Ext..6:15 : p ml Pacific KxJ..O:15 : a m
Mall and Ex.9.20 a m Mall and Ex.6:15 : p m
Accom. ( Sat..6'X * p m | Accom. ( Mon..l:43 : p m
KANSAS CUT , 8T. JOB * AND COUNCIL BUJFFS.
lallanJ Ex..9 3 a m I Express. 650 pm
Exproes 0:10 : p m | Mall and Ex..6'45pm
DNI X PACIFIC.
) rerland Ex.llUiOa. m. Overland Ex,4:00 : p. m ,
.Incoln Ex..11:30 : a. m. Dem er Ex , . . ,8:00 : a. m
) enver Ex..7:00 : p. m. Local Ex OUJOa. m ,
Local Ex 7:25 : a. m. " Ex 8:05 : a. m.
Emigrant..520 p. m. < Ex P00a.m.
WABABII , 87. LOCU AUD PACinO.
Mall and Kx. . 0:45 : a m I Mall and Ex. . 4:30 : p m
Cannon Ball. . 4:50 : pm | Cannon Ball..11:05 : m
ooi cnr AND rAnnc.
Tor Sioux Clty.7 5am Frm Sioux C'y.GiSO p m
for Fort Nlobrara. Frm Fort Nlobrara ,
Neb * 7a Xeb * 6aopm
Tor St , Paul..7:40 : p m From St. Paul..8 X1 m
C1IIOAOO , UIL7AVKX1 AND 8T. PAUL. '
Leave Council Bluffs. Arrive * Council Bluffa.
Mall and Ex.-9 0 a m I Mall and Ex.6J55 pm
Atlantic Ex.6:15pin | : I Atlantic Kx.9:10am | :
CHIOAOO , MILVACKM AND BT. PAUL.
Leaves Omaha. Arrives at Omaha.
Hall and Ex.7:15 : a ml Pacific Ex.9:45 | : ajn
Atlantic Ex. . | 3:40 : p m | Mall and Kx.7-25 p m
Except Sundays , i Except Saturdays. ( Except
Mondays. I Dally.
Council Blufts & Omaha Street B.
Leave Council liluffa. Leave Omaha.
8 a m , 9 a m , 10 a m , I 8 a m , 0 a m , 10 a m ,
11 a m , 1 m , 2 p m , 3 p 111 a m , iprn , Up m , 3 p
m , 4 p m ; B p m , 6 p m. I m , 4 p m , 5 p m , 0 p m.
Street cars run half hourly to the Union Paclflo
Depot. On Sunday the can begin their trips at
9 o clock a. m. , and run regularly during the day
at 0,11 , 2 4 , S and 6 o'clock , and run to city time.
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
ttBRroadway , Council Bluffs.
Dr , J , Meagher.zzOciOist , Anrist ,
In Chronic dlreascs , offers his services to all at
nictod with uls ase of th. Kje , Ear , or Chronic
diseases of any chtncter. Warrants a cure In
ail Rheumatic affections Can be consulted by
ma 1 or In person at the Metropolitan hotel ,
Council Iilutfa. Iowa.
MBS , E , J. HABDINGr , H , D , ,
Graduate ot Dectropathla Institution , Phlla
delyhla , Pecna.
Office Oor , Broadway & Blenn AYO
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The treatment of all dltoioea and painful dl
flcuKUM peculiar to femaloa a specialty.
Council Bluffs , la.
Established , - - 1866
Dealers In ForelgtJndJ | DomeatlolKzchang
od home secuiltlos.
W. R. VAUGHAN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Oman * and Council Bluffs
Real Estate & Collection Agency.
In Odd Fellow's block , over Savlng
BATH INSTITUTE ,
Bryant Street , one Door north of Dohtny's Hall ,
Thormo-Bltotric , Medicated and Sulphur Baths.
Par tidies and irenllemen. Th e Baths are fully eniotd by the Medical Fraternity as bln aa
unMllne auilllatrln roc ntCo'dt. Rheumatism , f curalgla , LurataRO and manv other ailment *
Beside * , my wife , a competent lady , will attend ladltn. F. M. LOOKWOOD , Propr.
Broadway Steam Laundry !
721 WEST BROADWAY ,
A. C. LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY. * , < .
DUQUETTE , GUIBE11T & CO. ,
( Successors to KKI3 & DUQUKITK ) ,
16 and 18 Pearl-st. , Council Bluffs , la.
riTLE ABSTRACT 0 FFIGL
J.TO" . r C XT X It H AD O O. . .
i/ands aud Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW BATES.
SOTAETJSS PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA.
M. T. DAVIS , Pronldent. N. B. E ASTON , Sooy.
J , 0. HOFFMAN , Vice I'ron. 0. HULBUET , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE CO.
Insuies Live i-took Against LOBS by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Offlop , 103 Pearl Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
The only company In Iowa that will Insure
your stock against Iocs from any canso whatever.
Ovnern ol Stock will consult their own Intcroit If , when
InBurlntr their Stock , tney s n tha thi policy Ircludos all
the losses thty may have , tndbesa Isflrd with nothing les * .
For fuither Informatlcn call on or address
N , B.EASTOX Council Bluffs , Iowa.
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AlD RETAIL DEALERS IN
LACKAfiffi , L1HIGH , BLOSSBUSG ,
CONNELLSYILLE COKE , CEMENT , LIME , PLASTER , ETC ,
Office No. S4 Pearl Street , * Xarda Oor. Eighth Street and
Eleventh Avenue. Council Bluffs. _
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Shuggart Implement Co. , '
FARMER'S FRIEND PLANTER AND TAIT CHECK ROWER.
BUCHANAN WAG.N ,
OLDS WAGON ,
GORHAM SEE HER ,
118 and 115 Slain Street.1
MORQAfl , KELLER & CO. ,
rsrxaaiwa.'a ? A-iacus 3E&
haflnwt quality o ; < J l K t ate ck we
lcaeoof Wooden and Iktallc Cases , al
tended to .t all hours. We tlf fy CMnpo
"Mended to ;
limbwiuW Tcli-graphlc ana mail or-
In ? ami
dera fllleJ without uclay. _ _ -
T.B.1PMCSDSOS , I. L.SIHJOART , .
Of Council Bluff *
Organlto.1 under ho lawn ot the BU of low *
Paid up capital. . . . XW&
. * v 1
AuthorUed capital ;
and [ cirVcspondenca with prompt returns.
JACOB SIMS ,
Attorney and 0 < raiwDUop at Law ,
OOUNOIL LLUFFS , IOWA.
OTTAWA CYLINDER SHELLKR ,
STAR UAND SHELLEK ,
EVANS TRIPLE HARROW ,
HENNEY BOOGIES ,
SPRING WAGONS , ETC. , ETC.
WINTHERLIGH B30S. ,
Are now ready to contract for uraall casting * of
e\ cry description in
MALLEABLE HiON ,
GRAY IRON ,
And any ALLOY OF BRASS.
Snedal attention U called to the ( < ct that th
mefeSs are molted In CUUCIBLIU which K ! C thi
tery best casting * ,
DISTILLERS , BREWERS , PACKERS -
ERS , CIGAR and TOBACCO
FACTORIES , Etc. , Etc. ,
. A.n well as
ARE MCELY EXECUTED.
Workr Corner Sixth street ami Eleventh avenue ,
COUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
S. E. MAXON ,
era ? xi d
Office OTcr saTlngl ban ) .
OODNOlLi BLUFFS , Iov ,
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