Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 22, 1883, Image 6

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    THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUJFES IOWA THDHSDAf JFEB&DAIU
IT he paily Bee
council BLUFFS :
ThuTeaday Morning. Fob 22.
BUDSOK11T10N BATES :
Br Carrier , . - - - - - ! 0j nta per week
Bf Mail 110.00 per Y ( r
Offloo : No. 7 Pearl Street , Iloai
roadway.
Kick Them Out. Klok THom Out.
No , the Nonparlel is not "foreign. "
The Glebe IB uot "forolgn. " The entire -
tire circulation of thcno two paporn
ontaldo of Council BluQd will not
amount to 300 copies , and hence Ihoy
cannot In ttny seimoba c llod' 'foreign. ' "
They have abiolutoly no circulation
irost of the river , lieuco they are oa-
roitially "homo" papers. Of courco
Council Blnffa dooa not want nny Neb
raska trado. She wants no "foroln" {
monoy. She only needs the tr&ffio
Dei Moines and Chicago loavo. Coun
cil BlalTs Is content to fight the last
two named rlvnls and not compete
with Omaha for western trado. Coun
cil Blufls Is willing to continue her
efforts to reverse the hwa of trndo.
trying to find customers who will osnu
west for their wholesale auppllcs.
THE BEE ia of no nso in this city.
Her advertlslcg patrons are swindled.
No doubt of that.
Council Bluff * ia bothered with wes
tern customers since THE BEE haa boon
booming our wholesale men with half-
papa advertisements.
Heretofore Council BlofTi reposed
in innocent calm , nnd for all that the
Nonpareil or Uloba over did no ono
woat of the Missouri would know there
was such n placo.
Now the people of the west , even aa
far out aa Deadwood , and the Yellow-
atone Park receive dally information
In regard to the business of onr load-
lag firms , what they are doing , and
the inducements they offer to buy ere.
Such a "foreign" paper as this
should bo run out of Council Blulla
. instantly , and no man who hea any re
gard for thla city will subscribe or ad
vertise in it.
Then its manager ; ho is "a swind
ler. "
Why years ago ho came hero and
Illustrated our town in a publication
that bad 15,000 circulation , and ho
actually told his subscribers a very
complimentary story about ua of the
Bluffs. True , wo merely paid him a
dollar for the magazine for a year
with an advertisement thrown in.
Not ono miu paid a cent for the cuts
excoptlnt ; himself. There waa no pat
ronage hero for the advertising pages ,
although a branch oflica wua main-
taindd by him until the expenses exceeded >
coeded the Income. Ho paid a hun
dred conta on the dollar to all of hit
creditors , just as ho ia doing now , but
then of course ho ia a swindler ,
swindler is a good word.
THE BEK and Us managers are , hen
in Conncll liluffa , and they will remain
main so long as the people continue t <
pour in advertising nntll the blggos
advertisements offered are refused fo
lack of tpico.
While the office ia thronged wltl
subscribers who say that "TxE BEE t
the only live paper In Council Blnfi
and wo oau't do without it , " there I
scarcely a doubt but that the pape
and IU manager will remain , hence th
mrrnlng and evening howlers will prc
coed to howl , a continuous and 02
hausting howl. "Foreign" "awind !
ing , " "wild nso of the prairies , " oto ,
etc. Thtso ara fjood howl * , ver
good , Don't got tired but use thci
constantly. Come , come , Wfcko nj
you have not howled any for tw
dayr.
Mental depresoion , weakness of th
muscular system , general ill-health
benefUtod by using Brown'a Iroi
Blttora.
i
MINOR MENTIONS.
The $50,000 appropriation for the net
United Stktoa court house and postcffico I
a starter for a big boom in the Bluffi ,
Ii 0 , Q.Kempton , charred with therob |
bery of Tennv'a jewelry store , waived ai
examination , and will snawer before i
grand jury bb gnllt or innocence.
A bract of boy * said hud words am
even came to blows with a third lad
.Judge Ayleiwoith gave thorn hli bes
sermon free and sent them to sin n
more ,
Mr. 8. T. Fftench has returned fror
Colorado with his brfde , nee MUi Leon
ard , of LsadvIUe. They will have room
at the residence of Mr. Perogoy , on Fin
avenue.
John H. Kemp , of HitoxPitge count ]
proclaimed hii Intention ol inarrvlni
MUa Ida Josephine Lawion , of the Bam
place , at the county clerk's olllce yeate :
day.
Ohas. Moore , we learn , bocains tl
father , of a bouncing boy yesterday , and
la fair to presume ha It searching for 11
city editor with a box of cigars iu hia vo :
pocket.
Colonel J. W. Clyde , ot Logan , w :
In town yoitercUy. IJo came down I
get the aid of Justice Abbott to mutter I
a company of G , A. II. at Logon ne :
Monday evening.
Saturday will be the 29th annlvemai
of the ordination of Rev. Father MoMc
omy , Iligh in&u will be celebrated In tl
morning at 8 o'clock by tbreo'iirlesU , ai
in'tho evening there will boft'peneral Bocl
gathering and felicitation at the house
'Father Mae ; "
A Dane named Larson , living on t
farm of Mr. Ferguson , of the PaclGe , w
buying drafts on Copenhagen yeiterd
for 8131.50 , being puiago money for 1
wife end two children , now In the fog
penlntula of Jutland. Mrs , Imrtou w
be in Iowa in a month from now ,
Mr. 8. S. Frank , of Key Creek , call
on us yesterday , subscribed for TUB UEU i
other year , and chatted with ui abc
lock , crops , etc. lie IAVS that fruit be
are probably little injured In bU localil
and reported tlelgblng on the decline ,
Slid a butlnesi man of the city to i
"Von want to finht that Idea of giving
the high school building for a hotpita
"Bnt I am not sure that I know enough
the rffair to be warranted ia o doing , " :
plied the reporter , "Don't make auy d
fereace , sir , tbebuslnm intereatu of toi
are opposed to It. It'n all nonaenie
s * talk of the hardablp of children cllinbl
up that bill. Why , they'll climb it foi
Union n day for the mere , fleeting joy o
going down belly-buster on a tied. Tall
of their Retting hurt , they'd belter start i
hospital at the foot of the bill to take can
of 'em when they fall off their teat * , lies
pltal Ia all right , but we don't want itli |
that building on the bill , " The reporto
Bald lie would no doubt take a more llvel ]
Interest In It when he moved hia fomllj
over hero and pasted on. Wo shall b (
open to hoar from the otbor side of th (
question If any one doalren to ho heard.
The city librarian informs ua that
there are now 3COO , volumes in the library ,
not Including that eternal nuisance , the
Pub. Doc , About CO or CO books are taken
out every day. Last Saturday 102 were
drawn. The children of the schools make
onntaut use of tha many valuable refer
ence books anil the nowi tabloa are always
In requisition.
A noted howler , who wants THE BEE
crucified because It Is a "foreign" paper ,
promised ono of our leading men that he
would qlvo him a chance to bid on gUna
and plate for his now building. The
other day he waa met on the street and
asked if ho was ready for the bid , and re-
cohedfora reply , "O I Ut that job to *
Chicago firm , " That ia patronizing homo
Industry with a vengeance. Those how
lers are hypocrites ol the moat dotcatlblo
and pharslcal type.
V/o met Mr. Baldwin , man'ger of the
atroet car line , prowling about the corri
dors of tbo Ogden bouse with his right eye
done up in n sling. Wo were about to nsk
him how tbo other man waa , when ft com
pany of his friends came up and No. 1
began : "Ah , Baldwin , what'a the matter
with your eye ? " "Caught a cold in It and
IU inflamed , " answered the unfortunate
man. "Oh , yes , it was pretty cold about
2 o'clock this morning , " said the tantil zar
with n wink at the rest of the crowd , "But
I say I oaught cold in It , " reiterated Mr.
B. "Of course , " replied tbo interlocutor
with Biigentlvo accent. "I had a cold in
he eye , " pursued another of the party ,
"and If you'd Ilke.'BaldwIn.rjl tell you bow
I cured It. " "I don't care how you
cured It , " growled the sufferer. , "But you
tee it is so funny. Now my eye well I
don't want to hurt your feelluRs , Mr , Bald
win , but it's a good many years ago and ,
well I got my cold eye by being out on a
toot I waa young you know. But how I
cured It , why you nee I Buffered all the
time , terribly , BO I went down to an
oculist ; I waited an hour for him and he
didn't como. I went down the next day
and waited another hour no eye doctor , 1
went homo mad ? Oh no , I waa slmplj
steaming. Now , will you believe It , that
my eye got well right off and haa been tc
ever since. " I don't BCD any point to youi
cure business , " snarled the small man ol
the party. "Hullo , Baldwin , what alii
our eye ? " Oh , nothing , a mule ateppec
n it , that's all , " acd the prreecutcd man
ger fled for the dining room ,
See the fine lot of Llnon and Cot
on Dross Lawns , at Harkncas , Orcut
& Co.'a. 2t
V o notice the Marriage Fund , Mutua
? niat Association , of Cedar IlanUs. Iowa
.ilghly spoken of In many of the leadln ;
papers of the state. "Money for the UD
married" heads tholr. advertlietnent I
another column of this paper. f 5-3t
Dr. West , Dentist , U Pearl street
Constipation , liver and kidney dli
oases are cured by Brown's Iron Bit
era , which enriches the blood , an
itrongthens the whole system.
AT THE POLICE STATION
Lots of Miscellaneous Dovilfcr
-A "Still Hunt" do
ing on ,
Roderick Still at Bay Hastei
Brought Over From
Omaha , Eta , Eta.
TLo police foroo are on the qul vivc
noh a succession of stealings and bni
; larlos are going on that they feel o
heir mnsolo. Yesterday mornln
Officers Guslok and Brooks took
troll down to Roderick's , the wife
oator's domioile. Roderick didn
inger to receive thorn , bni "all th
same" they fastened onto a fine buggj
oss robe secreted on the promises. 1
now awaiting identification at tli
tatlon.
Ira B. Huatcd , now in durance fc
jvor a week at Omaha , was brougt
joross the river and ledged in confine
ment by Oflloor Morse. Ira , it wi
bo remembered , ia wanted for black
mail
A Swede who wauta to bo Sulllvai
tarted a mill with DJO Gould ai
saloon near the Chicago & Nortl
western depot. Scandinavia slept 1
'ho station house laat night.
William Cauipbull thought a ha
all that waa lacking to wake hi
happy , and Judge Ayloaworth thougl
fifteen daya in the county jail or ? J
little enough ti go with the ham i
side dishos. William will board wit
jailor Schoutz.
Sam Kennedy paid $5 and costs f
the privilege of a drunk.
JUSTICE ClOUUT.
Over in Judge Vaughan's doma
the case of Josh Chapman for ma
hem , which iu this case moans on
biting , was continued. The case lool
haid ( or Josh and on motion of t !
state ho was ordered to bettor h
surety ,
A toloftram to Judga Yaughan fro
Phelpe , Ho. , says that 0. Grantwan
od hero for some swindling , Is uud
arrest thoro.
JUSTICE BCIIU1U
is going to try the case of Simon Jt
obs and wife , for obtaining money n
der false protonoea , on Saturde
Justice Abbott is walking up a
down the streets with a raging fol
ou his front finger , and would R !
more to bo rid of it than for the fatti
cue till oat.
If you are not married , write the M
rlage Fund and Mutual Trust Asscx
tlon , Cedar llaplda , luwa , for circul
explaining the plan. 15-S
All goods very cheap at the gn
sale at Harknpsa , Orcutt & Co.'s.
Young man or woman , If you want 1
money for a small amount , Insure In t
Marriage Fund and Mutual Truat Aiac
ttion , Cedar Itapldt , Iowa. f5-S
* < *
v
"SHUT THE DOOBI"
The Parable of the Porfcalp ,
Otliorwiso Known as a
Homily on Hinges ,
A General Disquisition on
Doors , What ' -The Bee"
Found Out on a
Mooted QtUBtion ,
It goes without Bajincr that every
observant citizen hai uotod the cur
rent insanity on the subject of ( shutting
doori ; farther even it might bo said
tlmt every philosophising motnbor of
tbo community has been pained at the
all too evident drift of this present
craze , Why , oven in oar own ahort
career wo remember when a mild , rx-
pontulatory glanno at the open edifice
was enough to hasten immediate com
pliance with the nnapoken wlah. Aw y
back in the patriachnl period when
Abraham pitched hia tent on tbo
plains of Mamro , and the throe celea-
tial wayfarers , men Invited in to re
fresh ttiomsolvca with mutton toup ,
there wore no grinning RUVB from
Ethiopia staring at the entrance with
an admonition declaring that "every
body dropsj this tent lUg bnt yon. "
When Jacob served seven years for
Leah and a at nronutl evenings
in Loban's wigwam there were
no legends on the wall tolling him
not to monkey with the lodge-polo ,
no smirking variety , actress faces
pasted up on the door-post asking him
" the door-knob take
to "ploaao pull - or
a walk , " Why , then oh , why th'i
degeneration 1 In the primitive days
of our own republic will any ono dare
say that when Sim Adams dropped iu
on John Hancock to smoke an evening
cigar and talk politics , that a piece of
painted pasteboard was stuck on the
front door requesting him to manipu
late the door-knob and take off his
ovorahooa ? Did Daniel Webster or
John 0. Oalhoun or Henry Clay or
any of the great statesmen thrust in
sulting notices into tbo faces of everyone -
ono who called on them !
And then , besides , it don't do any
good. The careless will igaoro the
insinuation , tho.vicloua win defy it ,
and only the ttuly circumspect nnd
careful will take cognizmco of it. And
to them what else can it be bnt an
iliuiub ? Wo asked a clerk in a
business house in this city where a
hideous , mouth-agog Senegnmblan
chroma glared balofufly on every ono
entering with the perpetual injunction
"shut the door ! " "Do you think
that animal , " with n jerk of the head
toward ttyo ntreot , "niaknn it any
easier to keep the door ehul ? "
"Woll , no ; I'm afraid uoto an
swered , after a moment of considera
tion. "I never thought particularly
of it before , but when I reflect , I
know that it makes us more bother
than it saves us. "
"How's that ? " oaid THE BEE.
"Why , 'you see , people who leave
the door open come and look at that
card and get off state drives and finally
walk off and leave the door wide open ,
thinking it a good joke. Careful ,
modest people drop in and get mad at
the concern and slam the door so hard
going out that it flies open again. "
"Well , It is BO much trouble then tc
make folks .do such a simple thing at
close the hole after thorn when thej
come In from out doorsl"
* "Yts , it is some care and a greal
deal more vexation , and then wo catcl
colds from the draughts of icy air anc
that brings on consumption , bronchitli
and all those bronchial diseases and 1
"Hold oa , " afd the reporter
smiling , "that's enough ; but yoi
don't think it is improving under thi
now dispensations of placards am
pictures ? " ,
"No ; as I said , I don't. "
"Well , hero then , " continued th
reporter , dropping his voice to a ii.ua
ky whisper , "do you know can yoi
look into the future enough to so
what the end of this thing Is going t
be ? "
"No , " said the clerk in an awe
smltted tone. ,
"You don't ? Well , then , hero it JH
I'll gtvo the thln # dead away. If i
goes on aa it is going , in ten year
there'll be an automatic wooden mai
ist within every threshhold , move <
y a spring connected with the dee :
knob , ana'brandishing a hatchet ii
ono hand to brain the visitor in cos
of non-compliance , while the othe
hand will thrust a card into his faoi
with I'WIll you shut the doori
Jrintod on it iu two-lino pica letters
told yon" and the reporte
skipped.
Spring Is coming , gentle Annieam
Annie will go into the honao-oleanln
business. She will have the wall
decorated , the ceilings calclmlnod , an
the doom and windows will bo re
splendent with fresh paint. All thi
brings to mind the fact that a stylin
assortment of wall paper , a skillo
manipulator of paints and a carefc
workman are essentials to the prc
praramo. For all those Mr. Peter C
Miller , 18 and 20 North Main streoi
is famous. Wo know whereof w
speak.
More About the "History "
The following haa boon recolvei
and needs no comments :
to the Editor olTu Ui .
Q
B Your mention in tko DAILY B B <
February 1G of erroro , oto , in oonnt
history Is fully appreciated by citizei
of Oatson and vicinity , Ono woul
never dream by reading that outhoi
tic ( ) ) history that such a town o :
istod as Carson , with her sixteen hut
drod Inhabitants , throe elevators , $2
5CO school house , largo church , wit
all other business lully rpproaontei
with H city government , indopondoi
school dlatrlct , Odd Fellows lodge an
encampment , Masonic lodge , V. A. I
fraternity , etc. , etc. , and the be
trading point In the tout end. Tl
volume sounds as if it was written t
men who lived many years ago , at
not of to-day. T.
Canon , la. , February 15 , 1883
Somewhat In Doubt.
The loading editorial on the tail
question in Friday's Nonpareil , star
ie off in favor of high protection , bi
iea. winds up in good free trade stylo.-
a. Dtniion liulletin.
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
REDO S. Pn GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
PERU & UU. | 18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN , } ° RESTON
J. M BABSTOW , M. P. .
RD I C UfUITIT OFFICE : Cor. M in and 5th . , no-stain.
V Ulf IPS ! H H 1 * V I n n < * * *
Ulli Ui ! Residence , 009 Willow Avenuo.
.JUSriOE OF THE PEACE ,
N. SGKURZ Ofllco after Fobiuary 15th , over American Express ,
111 A Oil TO LIVEllY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
S if Mull fall j for fnnorala at reiwonablo rates , No. 22 4Sh St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & CO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who'csalo butter , cgsa , jvuiitiy ncd fruit. Ship to ui. Ditftbjr return mall 310 Broidway.
nCTUVDDSn C Broadway iMeat Market , 327 Broadway.
i Ft I Hi DIliEJUiUj The bent Meals at. lowrst prioss. Ssnsnacn.
QMITU CONTRACTOR AND BOILDEtt , Cor. 7th Bnd
O III I I fir Broadway. Plans and specifications ! furnished
? E HARN SS v o variety
W. W. SHERMAN. that brings patronage. 124 Main street.
IAMCQ CDAMCV MERCHANT TAILOR , Attistio
U Hill CO rimilCTi , and RpasonaWo Otorgos. 872 Broadway.
FURNITURE , STOVES and
Household Supplied , 303 Broadway.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block.
Practices in state and federal courts.
/ ffi Mann'fFineFarulture.TJpholaterygoods
EOTflfls/CDTP i I . U U.i ; Curtains nnd Window Shades , SOO.BVay
Hidea , Pelt * , Tallow find Grnasn.
Chloeo.tluN MalnSt. 0. Bluffs
.A. E , Gh J L. X IEsT S
Bargains , Bargains.
IMMENSE BARGAINS !
Ladies' Misses' And Children's
Men's and Boys' Boots & Shoes ,
FOR TOE
"
AT THE
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE
CORNER MAIN STREET AND FIRST AVENUE.
DOINGS OF THE DEMOCRATS.
What was Done in the Nvard Prlma-
rlea Last Night.
The democrats of Council Blnfla1
held their ward prlrasriea last night. ,
in the Third City Olerk Upton bad
ooked the court room , pat the key in1
his pocket and gone homo. When the
expectant democrats assembled there
was a deal of kicking , and finally a oa <
eon keeper named Kennedy and
Offiser Cnaiok had qnlto a contest ol
chin mualo , and the reporter got out
his' pencil to note the riot , bnt it
quieted down. The followlnp ; n the !
hat of delegates to the city convention ,
to bo held Saturday :
First ward Geo. Holmoa , Frank
Ouanclla , Bub Rain , G. Ai Jackson ,
0.1) . "Walters , Henry Schuraaker.
Second Ward Thoa. Bowman Jno.
Ahlen , J. 0. DaHaven , Ohas. Ander-
on , J. W.Vicksol , A. L , Hondricks ,
Peter Bechetlo , Robert Huntlnpton.
Third Ward Ed. Button , Andy 0.
Graham , D. S. Starr , Win. Rapp ,
John Green , W. H. Tlnkley E. B.
Bowman was endorsed foe asaesaor ;
M. Keating was nominated by accla
mation for aldermen.
Fourth Ward-John Weaver , Bob
Perclval , J. T. Hart , Geo. Hill , Owen
P. Wlokham , Marshal Key , 0. R.
Mitchell , Sam Leonard , M. G. Griffia.
W. 0. James for aldermen.
PEKSONAlj.
" 7heGirl that I Love" inat
W. H. Myers , of Sioux City , is at tbo
PacIGc house.
J , F. Loomlo , ot Shelby , Iowa , is at tbo
Ogden.
J. G. Doan , of Chlcnjo , la stopping at
the Ogilen. .
A. Illohnrdi came over from Omaha
yesterday.
J. M. Holt , Marjivllle , Neb. , ia at the
Ogden. * '
Annie Wilson , Emeraon , Is r gl tored at
the Ogden ,
W. 0. Wood , of Chicago ; is at the Og.
den.
den.A.
A. 0 , Bergman , from Avoca , la at the
FaoiGo ,
Charles T. Baker , of 'Bozem&n , Mon
tana , la at the O den.
Andrew Smith , of Detroit , ate dinner
at the Pacific.
II. J , Chambers la stopping ftt the Pa
cific from Avoca ,
MUs Sallle Iludran atopa at the Pacific
from Iliatinge , Iowa.
M. Schmltt , Oikkosb , baa somehow
familiar look on the Pacific register.
0. J. Robbing of La trail ) Masar , where
the Celestials peg thoer , la at the Pacific.
M. J. Burns , of Ottumwa , wrotebla
name on the Ogden house rcglattr yes.
terilay wrote It aa the reporter cauldread
it , too.
Dun. T. Whteler , from the Mound
City , waa regUteiod at the Osden house
yesterday ,
S. F. Ilutless , ot UarUn , Shalby ooun-
ty , proprietor of the bua line at that place ,
and an old lubacrlber of Tilt BEK , called
to pay hia rwpecta yeaterday , and renewed
his aubacrlptlon for both dally and weeUj
BEE.
Our New Loan tvnd Improvement Uo
Investigation into , the matter con
vinces us that ono of the most eqnita <
ble , reasonable and foaaiblo plans ol
building houses i that proposed and
in operation by th * > Mercantile Loan ,
Trnst 'nnd Improvement company of
this city. By investing in shares In
this inntitntiou , , which ia backed by
aome of our beat and moat reliable
buslnoes men , it bezomea possible and
comparatively easy for a man of mod
erate moans to Becrare a comfortable
homo for himself-and family. In tak
ing a certain number of ahafes , at a
certain monthly payment , in a fen
fears a man can own a house
) f his own for about the sams at
: io pays monthly for rent. We
believe the Mercantile Loon and Trust
company , by organhlng and opening
up for business , having fillnd a long
felt want in Council Blnfft. Theli
plans and system of loans will beat
the most careful aarntinj and exam
ination , and wo have no hesitancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
jqultable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and Integrity , As the com
pany exists it becomes at once an In-
ititution of value and credit to oni
city and those who desire homes.
Their president is T. A. Klrkland ;
vice president , Jadge Peake ; sec
retary , L R. Boerr ; treasurer , Ool ,
Beobo , and their office hi in the base
ment of Shugart's and MoMahon'i
now btaok , corner First avenne and
Pearl street i'an27-ly
GOUMCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE.-Specbl advertlsoments , cue
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Bull
Wants , Hoarding , etc. , will bo inserted In th !
column t th * ow raia of TEN CENTS PHI
LINE lor tha Ont Insertion and FIVE CENT
PER LINE ( or each subecquent Insertion
Leave adT ertlaementa at on * office , No.
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
Wants.
Everybody 4n Council BloOl ti
WANTED Tu Bi . SO cent * per week , ac
Ilvcrod by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street
near Broadway.
For Solo and Rent
KENT Om larjfc , nicely Jurnihcd roil
EOU closet , t 7CO llynat.r Direct. KUt-Sk
O TORE yORIlENT With eight roomi. c lla
O ndabarn , 923KHth strco' , opposite th
ounitoy. iDqiUri ol W. EbgcL Keol2-J26
Thedeslrnbloofflcoa lately oocu
plod by thoboirdoMra'Jo. Apply to Busb
noU & Bracket * . U
) BEES In pacKagea 01 a hundred at
OtX a package at TUH BKI office , No. 7 P i
Mrcet. U
A N olllce , rnostadvaiitaReovsly fltuaVed , offci
A d k room In return for > ertlcos : gas , Juc
tto. , JurnlsheJ. Addrusi , "Office , " BM offlc *
Council BluO .
3ES-56raa AND z ) s.OEt.
Dr , 0 , Meaglier , Oculist , Aurist
AND SPECIALIST.
In Chronic dlxeasea , often his icrvlcea to all t
dieted with dlwuei ot th i Kye , E.U , or Chronl
dlitasos ol any chiricfer. Warrants ft cure 1
a 1 llbcumaila aKectlona. Can be coDsaltod b
mail or In person at the MttropollUn hoUl
Council Vluffa. Iowa.
L. EVER1HCHAM & CO , ,
Qcmmission
Merchants
OhlcRgo and Milwaukee.
Ocntlrnmenti ot Oia'n , 8 < cd and Provtilon
ollciltcd ,
A Specialty of Fashionable and Durable
AND THE
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
CONSISTED ! WITH PIRSf OLAS8 BDOBS IS OUR DLAiH.
I'/GA / K CALL AND EXAMINE CL'K
EWSPBiNGSTOGK
IN LINES OF
Men's ,
Oirl's ,
Children's
BOOTS AM SHOES.
We ask the attention of the public. Our
ploco If
And Ihcro Is where you will alnnyj Had us.
Z. TUN OBEY & CO. ,
412 Broad-ruy , Council Bluffe , \
Wont Side Square , Clarinda , J
BATH INSTITUTE ,
Bryant Street , one Door norlh ot Dohtny'j Hall.
Thermo-Electric , Medicated and Sulphur Bathe.
For Udlce and gentlemen. These Bathi are lully endo sed by the Medical Fraternity as being an
unfailing axnll'a-yln ' roc nt Colds , Kheuma'lsro , Neuralgia , Lwntago and n ny other allrrionta
Besides , my * ie ( , a competent lady , will attend aJIcs. P. M. LOOK WOOD , Propr.
DUQUETTE , GUI BERT & CO
( Successors to ERB & DUQUETTE ) ,
16 and 18 Fcarl > st. , Council Bluffs , la.
M GALLAGHER ,
G-IROOIE ! K
Now Store , Froah Goods , Low Pricoo , Politn Attendants
Firsf Do r . cast of ine jfletivwolitan Hotel , Lower
h -h. '
PETER O. MilLLER
\V1TOLESALK AND BKT/iII.
AND WINDOW 8E4DES PAIBTINB IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
FRESOOINGINMOIjEaN STYLES.
' V S "C" R S * " A Kb tfv "S" m A "V Jh t" JT fl W I"
TITLE A B 8 I R A C T SSI-HOE.
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Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
OUEiCIL BLUFFS - ! OWA
M. T. DAVIS , PreMdent. If. B EASTON , Secy.
J. o. HOFFMAN ; vice 0 HULBfJIlT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE & 0.
Insuiea Liye > took AcaiDE ; * Loss by
Btroet ,
COUNCIL BLUFFsi , - - IOWA.
The only ump ny in Towa that will insure
your stock' . > InUf' Bf'oni any cause whatever.
Owners ol Storh willieonsutt their own liitcrwt-K ; when
InSurlnj their Stock , t' oy thathi policy l"clUdM alll
Iho losses th-y niny h.ivr , dbosa isflcuwithnathlnj ; loss.
.
For fuithcr Inforinaii-n call on or.addrcsa
F , B.EASTON. OounoilBluiB
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
TH35 3JBADING DEAIiHR IN
83 ? Broadway , Council Bluffs , Jowa ,
Shugart Implement Co ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
GUNK.1UL . A KN1S FOR THE
FARMER'S FRIEND PLANTER AND TAST CHECK ROWER ,
BUCHANAN WAGON ,
OLDS WAGON ,
COATES BAKE.
HUBER REVOLVING BAKE ,
GORHAM SEBnER ,
TIGER COLT1VATOR.
OTTAWA CYLINDER SHELLER ,
STAR HAND SHELLEK ,
NICHOLS &SnEPARDTHRESH'R
EVANS TRIPLE HARROW ,
HENNEY BUGGIES ,
SPRIRG WAGONS , ETC. , ETO.
113 and 115 Dlum Street.3
POP Engines , Boilers , OaatinRe , Repairs
MACHI n Y.
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Send Orflera to JOHN GfijBtiRT , Manufacturer
Corner V * Str.et d Hi '