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THE DAILY BFE-COUlSrCILBLITFESiOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY13"
The Dally Bee
Tuesday Morning , Fob , 13.
SUBSCRIPTION BATED :
BfOtrrtcr , - - - - - EO cents per w k ,
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BrUMl UO.OO per Yt r.
Offlco : No. 7 Potvrl Street , Near
Mr. Howard W. Tilton has resigned
his position as city editor of TUB BKK
t Council Blufla , nnd will bo sno-
coodcd by Mr. A. E. Sheldon. Mr.
Tilton leaves TUB BEE with the hearty
good will of his former employers ,
and wo bespeak for Mr. Sheldon all
the courtesies on the part of the people -
plo of Council Blaff * which have been
extended no cordially to his prede
MINOR MB > JTIONd.
The Baptist chapel c ! < In elocution
will meet on Tuesday OTenlrgi as hereto
Among the drunks diapered cl yester
day vrere W. Miller , Lewis Myers and
Andrew Pace. The usual adjustment.
A man name Michael Hellengcr , from
Cirroli , was lodged In jail yesterday to
await the action of the grand jury In a
ca e of fighting and raising a row.
In the circuit court yesterday the case
of Mary Clayton v , the Powell oititc ,
VTM under consideration and reached the
arguments late In the afternoou.
Wm. 11 , LUkens was tried before Jus
tice Vaughan yesterday on a charge of
jumping n board bill. Ho win found guilty
and sent to jail for throe days.
The cow war is quiet DOW , no borinea
lielng run in. The marshal it waiting very
wisely for a decent pound in which to lock
them np before making any more raids.
The proceedings in the circuit court
are not dry by any means , the roof leak
ing badly , and coal hods being sot around
to catch the drippings.
Peter Johnson , who recently bad Mrs
Johnson and a m n named Straub arrest
ed for adultery , was yes'crday ( ranted a
divorce from his wife and the erase will not
be presented farther , It is predicted thai
Straub will now marry Mrs. Johnson.
Ibe fatnoui restaurant propiletor and
caterer , Mr. W. T. Uraun , bad his naroo
changed yesterday. The types added him
to the largo family of lirowns hut to-day
ha appears a < aiu iu the sama article with
his original and well known cognomen ,
0. H. Nichols spoken of In yesterday's
BEI , an being arrested it the instance of
Dr. Patton for obtaining a llvf ry rig from
his stable unJer an assumed nnmo and
false pretenses , had a hearing yesterday
before Judge Aylesworth and was Me
charged. The young man produced re
commendatory letters from conductors on
the Missouri Pacific railroad who knew
him. Attorney Tip ton uppearod In bis
Lew Thompsan , arrested for breaking
into Janscn'i aaloon on lower 11 road way ,
was before Justice Schuiz on two chergos ,
one of larceny , the other of burglary. On
that of larceny he was fined $25 , and in
default of payment was sent to jail , On
the other charge he waived examination ,
and in default of the $250 ball required he
will have to await In jail until the meet.
Ing of the grand jury.
Leave to wed baa been given C. K.
-Barr , of Grove township , and Nellie Peck ,
of Woveland : 3. 0. Alexander and Eliza
beth Jane Miller , both of Silver Creek ;
Jacob Crtgler and Mary MoFarland , both
of Council Bluffs ; James Neblock and
Mary Ellen O'Leary , both of this city ;
Jens Peter Helberg and Christine Koud-
sen , both of Living Springer , PottawatUml
county ; Lodwlg TeztlaiT , of Oakland , and
Lena Barr , of MInden.
In response to on Invitation from
Missouri Valley , Abe Lincoln post G. A.
R , of this place expect to go in a body to
that olaco next Thursday tojolnlniho
merry-making of a camp-fire there , which
will lost all day with a ball In the oven-
Ing. All old soldiers and sailors , with
their contlns , sister ; , aunts , etc. , are in
Tiled , and arrangements have been made
for railway fare at ninety cenis for tbo
A man named J. 8. Williams has
been for a time living upon James Coyle's
farm near this city. The latter , feeling
dissatisfied , has been trying to get him to
leave , and some feeling has arisen in eon <
sequence. Yesterday they met at Alex
Obert's saloon , and fur flew. It li said
that Williams not only used very abusive
language , bat that he threatened to send
Coyle where the thermometer never geti
down to zero , promised to carve him , etc. ,
and chased him down Broadway at a
lively speed. Williams was arrested for
Malicious threats , and his case set for this
morning before Justlc * Vaughan , he glv
in ? $300 ball.
In the case of Jerman vs. Itiley the
motion for a new trial was yesterday over
ruled by J dge Aylesworth , and the ver
diet for the plaintiff for 877 therefore
stands. In tnls case it was claimed by
the plaintiff that he had bought an ao
count of Crutcksbank & 0o , against the de
fendant for goods purchased by the latter *
wife and daughters. The defendant re
fused payment on the ground that he was
riot liable for the debts thus made by th
family , the articles purchased not being
necessities , hut finery and needless cloth
Ing. The jury seems to have determines
otherwise In regard to a portion of th
15-poand klta No. 1 white fish fo
(1.25 , at F. J. Oaborno & Oo.'s , 1C
We notice the Marriage Fund , Mutua
Trust Asioclatlon , of Cedar Ilaplds. Iowa
highly spoken of In many of the leaillni
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" beads their advertisement In
a nether column of this uaper. f5-3m
When you want to get Iowa ooa
that Is almost If not qulto equal to
Wyoming , call for the Frederick , u
A. 11. May no & Oo.V
Young man or woman , If yon want big
money for a small amount , Iniure in th
Marriage Fund d Mutual Trust Associ
ation , Cedar Ilaplds , lows. f5-8m
Select oysters 40a per can at F , J
Ojborne & Oo.'t , 102 Broadway ,
ON THE TRAIL
Ono of the Supposed Burglars of
Tonnoy's ' Jewelry Store
A. Goodly Portion of the Prop
Since the burglary of Tonnoy's jow-
slry itoro by which $1,000 worth of
goods were taken the pplico have been
on the hunt day and night following
up every possible clow. It waa learn
ed that ono fellow waa trying to soil n
watch and aomo rings , nnd Immediate1
ly search was commenced for him.
Oflicer Casiok from the description
Klvon of the fellow , elzod up A man
walking nlocg Broadway and took him
In charge Ho watched him closely
whllo on the way to the action to prevent -
vent hla dropping any goods ho might
have in his possession , and after
getting him insldo nearchod him
thorounhly , but could find noth
ing. Ho then rotnombarod of the fol
low taking ono atop asldo as they en
tered the city building , nnd , taking a
lump , ho wont out nnd looked about ,
There in the anew just by the city
building WBD n watch and oevnral r I tit ; 9
which he had evidently dropped The
irpcrty waa identitlod aa aoinoof that
> elonglDg to Tonuoy'a stock.
The roan thus nrroatod gives his
name as 0. 0. Kcmptun It is Bald
hat ho has just served a term in the
penitentiary nt Lincoln , Nob. , nnd
hat ho waa ono cf Jim Middloton'a
A man by the name of Jones , liv
ing nt Tabor , Iowa , has known the
man Kompton , ho having lived in
that place some tlmo ago. It nan
.hrough this man Jones that the case
las been worked np so far. Jones
was mot by Kempton , who offered to
sell him n watoh nnd chain to get
money enough to got ont of town
Tones refused to buy , nnd after pari
ng with him his snaplclona were
aroused that possibly the jewelry waa
n part of that stolon. Bo looked
jack after the man and noticed that ho
disappeared from sight in the vicinity
of the Deere building. Jonca noticed
.hat . Kompton had a valise , nnd BO in
accordance with hla suspicions hu
notified the police , From Jonca'
description of Ktynpton the latter wan
onnd mut arrested.
Yesterday a eoirch was mndo to
ascertain Qwhoro the vallao win. After
aomu hunt it won found arcretod near
.ho Deere building , nnd it waa found
, o bo full of jewelry , which has been
dontiQod M belonging to the Tennoy
stock. The plunder thus recovered
unonnts to novernl hundred dollar * ,
jut dooa not include nil that waa taken
from Tonnoy's storo.
Tlioro wnn nlao found in the vallao
[ > owdor and drills , indicating that safe
blowing was not an unknown nrt to
the owner of the grip.
The public nro still on the hunt and
tiopo to bn nblo to recover the real of
the property and to capture whoever
elio waa aaaooiatod in the daring burg
1-qnntt jar a anchovies 40a per jar ,
at F. J. Osborno & Oo.'i , 102 Broad
Remember the bargains at
BARENESS , ORODTX & Go's.
Thomas Owens' Roaldonco Visited
and Some Plunder Gained.
Burglars seem hovering abo.it yet.
Sometime Sunday night they visited
.ho residence of Thomas Owona ,
well known furmor , living not fat
'rom this city. They failed to annum
my great amount of plunder from
, ho house , but they tnado a haul from
the store of provisions , getting awny
with about $50 worth of meat. No
brace of the follows.
15-pound kits No. 1 mackerel for
81.25. at F. J. OibDrno & Oo.'s , 102
The finest lot of anthracite ooal that
has been received here this winter has
just arrived at A. H. Mayno & Oo.'s.
Dr. West , Dentist , 14 Pearl street.
A Whole Family Found Insensible
Owing to Ooal Qaa.
Oharloa Rico , the tailor on Main
street , and hla family , had a narrow
osoapo from death by atphyxtu on
itmday last , The coal store in
their sleeping apartment lot out gas
during the night in suoh quantities
that , as they slept , they fell into more
and more of a stupor , until by morn-
lag they were in a condition where
Ufa Boomed to have wholly fiod.
It was a moro ohanoo that their
condition was discovered in time to
resuscitate them. Mr. llico's brother-
in-law called at the house , and not
being able to arouse anyone ho became -
came suspicious that something was
wrong , and , forcing an entrance ,
found Mr. Ilico and his wlfo and little
two-month-old babe in bed in an ap
parently llfolois condition.
Dr. Cook was summoned , and , after
much effort , succeeded in resuscitating
them. The babe was not so nearly
gone aa Mr. Rico and wife , the little
one's face balng covered by boc
clothing , and this somewhat protected
It from the gas.
Mr. and Mrs. Hloo will suffer for
several days from the effect of the
deadly sleep , but they may well con-
gratulnto themselves on their escape
Salmon , mackerel , canned shrimp ,
smelt , sardines , pickled oystoro , cove
oysters , brook trout , mackerel in
mustard , mackerel in tomato sauce
and everything in the fish line at F
J. Oiborao & Co.'s , 102 Broadway ,
Fine weather for baths. Take them
at 21 Byraut street. 800 advertise
inont in another column.
Imported Holland herring in keg
for S1.25 , at F , J. Oiborno & Oo.'s
102 Broadway ,
IT'S A DAISY !
Yum I Yum ! Yum
Cook "Como in thia way nnd too
our kitchen. "
Reporter "All right ; " and then ho
noted moro white-aproned cooka than
there are in Cookvlllo ; n display < f
catablca ready for the huge glowing
range that made the reporter hungry.
"Thla way , " nays the proprietor ;
and wo wcro ushered into the most
ulegant dining hall ; brilliant with gild
ing and mirrors. "This way , " eg tin
sud the nrbitio liust ; nnd now hobur-
voycd the front room opening on
Broadway , and itn wraith of imported
oinfectioncy nnd California fruits was
Oriental In luxuriance.
Reporter then eummnrfzpd hid
items. The gentleman in hronz" , who
superintend ! ) the cullnaiy department ,
Id n man of brairin and cnlturo , who
ojm cook tcientitlcally , and who it an
deemed ono of thu champion kitchen
managers when ho tilled or d era iu
Djlmonico'a famished the head
waiter , who talkn six languages , and
hn proprietor lunimd the reporter ,
the ii hitnsilf nuncwhat of n foreign
harp , by discussing the weather in
fiuvcn modern tonguaa.
Tnik about toitiuirmitfl , nnd you nro
off jonr huso If you think > ou c.n
natch W. T Binan'n uny place thla
ido of Do'mnnico'ti.
Next rummer a thousand wonders
are to bj added to the present attntc-
.lona , nnd ice cream that would en
thrall n Turk with its voluptuous
Liver uill b : > scrvofl in style , and
"don't you forgot it. "
Lanton mwon finh at F. J. Osborno
& Oa.V , 102 Broadway.
Mr. P. 0 , Backus ban ( opened on
elegant Block < f goods lu the 09 cent
ino , 402 Broad * . .y.
Frank Corbaley Is reported as much
Dr. J. A. Frinty , of Imogene , Iowa , is
it the Pacific.
George E. Cole , of Pacific Junction ,
! owa , was in the city yesterday.
District Attorney J. P. Connor , of Don- !
son , WI\H iu the city yeatorday.
1 } . New linn , now of Omaha , was 3 eater-
Uy Bhn ltig with old frlendx hero ,
Uol Tj vy , ( inn of St. L'uii" wholesale
clothiiMH , VVC.H at the Ogden yesterday.
W. S. Cook nnd A. Misterc , of Arling-
.on , Neb , weio at the Pacific yesterday.
Mnrk L , Townsend , agent of Harry
Miuer'a "Comedy Tcur"was at thoOgdun
Albert Dickey , who has been suffering
( really from neuralgia lately , in now gain
ng in health.
MI < s Iieno Desmond , ono of the Bluffs'
[ > otiu1ar young ladles , has accepted a posl
blon iu Oborfolder & Uo.'s wholesale estab
lishment iu Omaha ,
C. E. Dlx , of the sayings bank , who bos
been confined to hla hnu-e by Illnres for
the past ilz weeks is able to bo < ut ugaln.
much to the delight of bis many friends.
Deeds of Dirt.
The following transfers of real es
tate are reported OB taken from the
county records by J. W , Squirca &
Co. , abstractor of titles , real estate
and loan agents , Council Bluffs , Iowa :
M. B. Swan to L J. Kisor , nil of
nrj , 35 , 75. 42 ; $300.
Chicago , Rock [ viand & PacIGo rail
road to L. J. Kiaor , he I of iiol , 35.
7512 ; ? 4CO.
B. A , Smith to L J. Kiser , ncl of
nej , 20 , 75 , 42 ; ? GGO
A , .J. Stophuim. n to 0. Manuhau , ( ;
of lot 1 in blnak 9 , Baylies cecond ao
dllitn , city ; $1,050.
Wm. Reynolds , guardian , to G. W.
Hancock , BP , v > o nnd 14 ooroB off south
side no , no , 20. 74 , 40 , $2,220 50.
W. Mills to W. Mills , jr. , s $ of nw
11 , and the n J of nw | , 14 , 75 , 38 ,
L. A. Casper to Q. A. Onugnor ,
part lot 2 in subd. of so , nw , 30 , 75 ,
43 , 81.
Thos. Ofiiorr to M. Elian , lota 7 and
8 In No. 4 Howard's add , $135.
G. B. Barnes , guardian , to S , 0.
Rico , lot 7 In block 11 , Williams' first
apdition , $350.
W. H. Bernes ot al. to S 0. Rico ,
lot b in block 11 , Williams' first addi
tion , 9350.
J. M. Palmer to P. H. Wind , lot
12 in block G. Everett's addition to
the city , $200.
E. A. Winson to P. H. Wind , lot
2 in block 10 , Mynster's addition ,
Oflloor < fc Pusoy to J. Hooker , sol
of so | , 20,75 , 41 , $800.
Ollloor & Pasoy to P. Taylor , w 4
of H u o I of n e i , 20 ; also part of s w
of n o t , 20 , 75 , 41.
Some days ago a women with two
children got off a train at Council Bluffs ,
and found the train which she desired
to take was gone. She had but 85 anc
It required S3,60 to take her to her desti
nation. She went to bed at the Trantfer
bvuse , without supper , hoping thereby
to save enough to pay her fare home. Be
fore the breakfast hour next morning , she
asked how much the charges were for her
lodging , with a view of ascertaining
whether the could afford to take breakfaster
or not. The clerk said the charges were
$3 , and it would make no difference
whether she took breakfast or not. She
remonstrated that If compelled to pay
for meals she did not cat she would no *
have enough to buy a ticket , but the
clerk was obdurate , and finally a big
hearted brakeman stepped up nnd gave the
woman enough out of his scanty Gainings
to take her homo , after which he gave vent
to bU indignation by cmnlng the imall
souled clerk , which caused the police to
interfere. Heaven will not be crowdet
with hotel clerks.-Walnut News.
Judge Montgomery ,
B. J. Montgomery , an old rcaldont
here , who is now in Denver , has re
cently boon married and has received
the appointment of criminal judge
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL $ LUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN BEHO & CO Ft | 18 Main GENEUAL Street MERoaANDISE and 17 Pearl S
MAX MOHN , 1 /Uotol,217& 219 Main St
MDO O I MlLLlNUUVatcnstfnr
III KO , O. U. 30 days , IPS Main Street ,
J. M. BARSTOWi III. P. . Cor 6th St. and Cth Avr.
DB J F WHITE OFFl ° i Oon ia--.d Gth' uo > Btai" '
Residence , 009 Willow Avonno.
JUSTICE OF THE PEA.OE ,
NOPUIID7 OQlco after February 15th , over American Ezprocs.
UIAOMETD LIVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
SO , ff Mull Hlli for funerals at reasonable rates , No. 22 4'h St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
NVhocsalo liutlcr , CKCS , roultiyard trait. Ship lo us. Die It by return null 3 6 liroidway
V RDi HOE * Broadway Meat Market , 327 Broadway
it I nYDllilJuEif The belt Meats nt lowt at prlcsa. Sanaacca ,
F oTiff I-riJ CONTllAOTOll AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th nnd
, j" , OnuSl I Iti Broadway. Plans nnd apcciQcUlons furnished
WI GU DIWIAIU In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
Wi OFliUlimrUv. that brings pttronnge. 124 Main street.
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artistic Work
j and llonpouablo Or.orgoa. 872 Broadway.
UmifC O COM FURNITURE , STOVES and
HUWL Of , OUWj Houjnhold Supplies , 303 Broadway.
IMMENSE BARGAINS I
dies' Misses' And Children's
Men's and Boys' Boots & Shoes ,
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE
CORNER MAIN STBEET AND F5RST AVENUE.
At an adjontned meeting of thn city
council liat night , the city attorney
was instruated to prepare an ordi-
nanca requiring railways to provide
suitable culverts and waterways on
streets used by them.
The petition of John F. Sluart ,
asking for the appointment of an ap
praispr-td estimate damiRes to his
property by the ohango of grade on
Slain street , was referred to the city
The city auditor , engineer and at-
toruoy were appointed to look np the
condition of the condemnation on
Aldermen Shugart and E'cher ' were
appointed delegates to attend thu
dtato road convention to moot in IOTTH
Oi v March 1.
The petition for the repeal of the
cow ordinance wan reported back
The committee on locating a
fttramor on lower Main reported the
difficulty in arranging for n nafBcient
water supply. Referred baclc.
The saloon licenro ordinance ,
changed in some respects , nnd fixing
tlte amount at 8500 , to go into effect
May 1 , wns presented ns a new ordi
nance. It piu-ecd to n pfcnnd reading ,
and was referred back to the committee -
tee to recommend amendments. Ad
journed until Friday night.
Ira Henetead Arrested In Omaha for
An attempt to extort money from
L. Harris , merchant here , by miking
malicious throats , came to a head last
night by the arrest of In B. Honstoad ,
In Oraahn , by Edtjorton. It is claim
ed that the wife of Frank Crow , of
BIno Jay notoriety , told Harris that
sorno stolen money was planted here
back of the Blue Barn , and got Harris
to go dig it np. Ho could not
find any sugh money. Ho recently
received a letter from Honstoad , chare-
ing him with having got tbo money
and intlstlns : on his Bonding the
amount , $160 , to Omaha. A decoy
registered letter was sent from hero.
The woman applied for the letter ,
but it was refused bor. She said
Henstond was her husband and he was
in the BlufTa , and she wonld have to
send for him. Henstod went over to
Omaha , and when ho applied for the
letter Edgorton nabbed him. Ho
refused to come to this city without a
requisition , and was lodged in the
county jail there.
The Clayton Jury.
At a late hour last night TUB BEE
reporter found the jury in the case of
Mary Clayton vs. the Skate in high
dhpnto , to judge by the iioiao they
made , over the verdict. They had
boon out slnco 0:30 : and uoomod
likely to stay ont till the next 0:30 : , or
"Tho Old Man's Drntik Again. "
Dav Tostovln , a bibulous blbbler
of the burg was on a breezy booze at
his homo on Vine street last evening.
Officer Tyson found him tearing np
his wife's bedding and clothing and
snbptenwd him for his oppoaracco before -
fore Judge Aylesworth to-morrow ,
placing him In the jog to Insure his
attendance ; $4 40 , a gold watch , chain
and Icckrt , all his wife's property
were taken from him , Duo evidently
requires relaxation from hia d-'culur
dmica for few days to attend to his
Cur Now boon and Improvement ( Jo
Investigation into the matter con
vinces us that ono of the most equita
bio , reasonable and feasible plans ol
building houses is that proposed anc
in operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company o !
ibis city. By investing in shares in
this institution , which is backed by
some of our best and most reliable
business men , it becomes possible anc
comparatively easy for a man of mod
erate means to secure a comfortable
homo for himself and family. In tak
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , in a few
years a man can own u house
of his own for about the sums as
ho pays monthly for rent. We
believe the Mercantile Loan snd Trust
company , by organizing and opening
np for bnainesa , having filled a lonj
felt want In Council Bluff- . Their
plans and system of louao will boat
the most careful ecrutiny ai > d exam
ination , and TTO have no hceitancy it :
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and integrity. As the com
pany exists it becomes at once an in
stitution of value and credit to our
city and those who desire homes.
Their president is T. A. Kirkland ;
vice president , Judge Poake ; sec
retary , I R. Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Boebi' , ai'd their oflijo la in the base
ment of Shugart's and McMahort'e
new block , corner First avenue and
Pearl street i"an27-ly
COUNCIL. BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. SpecUl adrertlMmeDt * , tuc
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Slo , To Bent ,
Want > , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In thlj
column at the ow rata ol TEN CENTS PKB
LINK ( or the Drat Insertion and FIVK CENTS
PKR LINK lor each subsequent Insertion.
Leave adv crtliemcnU at onr ofica , No. 7
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
HOOP VOLES WANTED-For lurther par-
tlctilare i all on or addrcu Joseph Ho 9 , CIS
Upper l > road ny , KebM4t
"ITTAKTED Everybody In Council BluOl la
YV to take TUB Bn , SO centa pet \vc k , do
llrcred by catrletu. Office , No 7 Pearl Street
For Sale and Rent
FOR UENT With right rooms , c.llar
STOKE barn , tf.M Fl'th ' slreo' , opposite the
ouoJry. Inquire ot W. Eiigcl. KeD12-12t
HENT The desirable offices lately occu
pied by the board ol trade. Apply to lluah-
nell & Brackett. tt
BEES In packages ot a hundred t ZCc
a package at Till Bn office , No. 7 Pearl
A N olllco , mo < taihanUscously ; situated , offers
tdegk room In return lor lertlcca ; gas , Iiicl ,
etn. , lurnlthcd. Address , "Olllce , " BHI office ,
1. EV.RIHCHAM & GO , ,
Ohlcaco and Milwaukee.
Crnslsnmcnta otOjaln , Seeds and l'ro | jlons.
'or the LUo.Hmei ,
. Jesaa James.
bo only life authoi lied by her an J which will
not be a "Blood nJ Thunder" story , such as has
been and will be pul llshed , but a tiua lite by the
only person who Is in poaoulon ol the tacts a
lalthtul and devoted wile. Truth la more nter-
estln tt in UI'.IOB. Jt gtult should apply 01 ter
ritory a'i once. Sen 75 cts. for Sample book.
. H Chm $ rf& Co .
BATH INSTITUTE ,
Rrfant Street , ono Door north of Uohiny'a Hall.
Thormo-Bltotrio , Medicated and Sulphur Bathe.
For Itdlrs and gentlemen , Tlirno Hathi are ( ully endo "fit by the Medical Fraternity as being ai
unfailing u lllaiyln reo nt Co'ds ' , Hheumatlsm , euralg a , LumbaRO nd m ny other allmonli
Buildes , my lle , a competent lady , will Attend ladles. p. M. LiOOKwOOO Propr. '
DUQUETTE , GUI BERT & CO. ,
( Successors to EHU & DUQUETTE ) ,
16 nna 18 Peort-st. , Council Bluffs , la.
M GALLAGHER ,
NdwiStore , Fre h Oooda , Low Prices PolHo Attondanta. "
of the MetrPolitan ) Hotel , Lower Broadway
HTLE ABSTRACT 0 F FCE. !
. . ca TT a : as xa wsc o o.
Lands .and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
BLUFFS - | QWA.
M. T. DAVIS , . N. B. E ASTON , Secy.
J. 0 HOFFMAN. Vic I'rca. 0. UULBURT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE GO.
Imu.ej Live ' took Against LOBS by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Offlo103 Pearl Strcot ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
The only company in Iowa that will insure
your stock against lot s from any cause whatever.
rvnursof Stock will consult their own Interest It , whin
Insuring their Stock , toeys e tha > th policy It eluded all
holoHscs th ymay Imve , mid be Ba'UnrU with nothing lorn.
1'or luithcr Information call on or address
N , B.JBASrO * , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa ,
( Successors to J. W. Rodefer )
WHOLESALE AJND RETAIL DEALERS IN
LAGEif Affl , LSHI&E , BLOSSBUEB-
CfMELlSVSLUi CSKEC MENT , LIME , PIASTER , ETC.
Offlcfa No , 3-1 Pearl Street , Yards Ocr. Sierhth Btreot and
Eleventh Averrat > , Council
THE LEADING DEALER IN
Shuggart Implement Co ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
, . . GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE
FARMER'S FRIEND PLANTER AND f AIT CHECK ROWER.
BUOHANAH WAGON ,
HUBER REVOLVING RAKE ,
GURBAM 8EEOER ,
OTTAWA CYLINDER SHELLER ,
STAR HAND SHELLEH ,
EVANS TRIPLE HARROW ,
SPRING WAGONS , ETC. , ETC.
nnd 115 Main Street.0
For , Engiqee , Boilers Oftstinen , Repairs and
Send ( Mara to JtyiN GILBERT , Manufdcfcurer ,
Corner Main Street and tth A\onue. Council BIuHj. Prompt attention to crderi. Thi bi
Workm n'hlp nd Hca > enable cba'rci teb 10 ly
MORGAN , KELLER & CO. ,
The finest quality and larjjwt stoik west ol
Chicago ol A ooilen and Jlctalle dues. Calls at
tended to it all hours. We dily ci inpctlthn In
quality ol goods or price * . Out Mr. Sloriran has
served as uudcnakvr fof lorty jcars ami thor-
ouifhly understands hU business. Wareroomn ,
311 | Ircaa ) ay. Ul-HOLaiEllISO in all its
branches promptly attended to ; a'so carpet-lay
ing and lambrequins. Telegraphic ana mall orders -
ders filled without delay. _ _
S. E. & 8AXON ,
Offlco over suvlnKi b > nk.
JACOB ; SIMS ,
Attorney ani Oonnsoflor at Law ,
COUNCIL LLUFFS , IOWA.
Offlct McMnhon block , rooms 1 and 2 USln
trett. Will pnctlc * In Ht t tnd Vedtril
w. n. K.
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OFFICER & PUSEY ,
Council Bluffs la ,
Established , - 1866
Dealer ! In Forclgt2 ! nd | D
LIES , R , J , UlljTUfl , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON ,
Thelntrlntle merit and bnperlor quality ol onj
Qold Hope Tobacco hu Induced other mauntw-
tarers to put upon the mirkettoods slmlUr to
our brand lu name and stjle which are offered
and told lor Icsumocey than the genuine Oold
Rope. We caution the t ade Mid consumer to lee
that onr name and trade mark are upon each
lump. The only genuine and original Gold Kop
Tobacco is manulactured by
THK WILSON & MoNALLY TO
BACOO OOMPANY ,
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