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I'HJK DAJJL.Y . BKE-OOUJNOIJL J3LUJFES IOWA TDFSDA * M KCH 13
The Daily Bee
Tuesday Morning , March 13.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES :
B | Carrier , - - - - - SO cents per week ,
Bf k ll . . . - - . 110.00 per Year.
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Moor
Borne one always in the office.
Additional local on third page.
See Joseph Keller's nptlng styles.
CHEAP IlAiLnoAi ) TICKETS. Buy them
TODI D. W. Btuhnell , 6 doors north of
poetoftce. ' mlf
Maggie Llndley and tbo ono-oyod lloaa
girl still languish in the jail county for va
A grand wolf hunt is ndvertlroi to
oomo off on the 17th in Boomer town *
JamcH McGtmpeey , of Waveland
township , committed suicide by taking
poison last week.
Several writs ot attachments were Is
sued by Judge Abbott , keeping him busy
Several judgment ] of a civil nature
were entered up in Justice. A'.bolt's
A few more such dayn AH yciterdar and
our farmers will get to turning over the
ground , and getting ready for corn plant *
Business before the nupcrlor court was
very slow yesttiday , owing to the fact the
judge was one of the judges of election in
the Fourth ward.
Warrants out for the arrest cf thirteen
aollod doves were served last night.
They will have to walk up and pay their
little 835 00 and be excused till April.
As soon M the weather opens up a
little wanner a full force of hands will be
gin on' the already * partially constructed
opera bouse and push it to completion in
the early fall.
In the case of the state against David
Kevin for disturbing the peace on Sunday ,
Judge Aylesworth carried the case over
owing to the.fact th t Mr. Kevin WM a
candidate for one ot the school director * .
A warrant wan Iwned from Judge
Ayleswortb's conrt retterday for Benedict
Hogg because Mr. Hagg refuted to mend
the sidewalk after being twice not I Bed to
Messrs. Michael * k Daniels are showing -
ing up a handsome line of jewelry In diamonds
mends and ladles' neckwear ; also a fine lot
watches. This it an enterprising young
firm and thoroughly reliable and good
C Cleijimenp , formerly ainrter on the
Northwestern road , from whore ho was re
cently dl > chi\rgod , was arrested charged
with obtaining money under folio pre
tence * . ITe WIG alto discharged by Justice
Vaugban , as there were no proof to sus
tain the charge.
Josh Chapman , wto was arrested some
time since charged with mayhem , was dis
charged yesterday morning by Judge
Vnughun , na there was not sufficient evi
dence to bind the party over to the circuit
Mrs. R. II. Woodmancy , of Macedo
nia , received the sad newi of the death of
her niece , living in Burlington , Kansas ,
last Wednesday. She wai burned to death
by the breaking oi a lighted lamp.
TheOskaloosa & Western will now
have a competitor In the Diagonal , a new
road making for Council Bluff * , The new
road will alto pass through this part of the
country. Just keep quiet , there will be
plenty of railroads in this part of the
country after awhile. [ Macedonia Trib-
Mr * . Hartley has retired from the
Bryant home and Mr.EUele will take full
charge of the home , making It even more
popular than heretofore. Mrs. Hadley
returns to Vlllaca. A fine new register
will bo on the counter for your "John
Altogether seven have paid for and
taken out their licenses and eight more
have made application , paying their
money , pending the approval of their
bond * . Thirty bonds in.all have been filed
nady for the council to work upon to
night at its adjourned meeting ,
The county clerk made happy the fol
lowing couple * yesterdiy , by granting
them marriage licenses : John M. SUIpp ,
Shelby county , to Laura Dnlln , of this
county ; Samuel Walker to Laura Baker ,
both of this city ; W. A Bnner to Oracle
Bole * , all cf this city ; Wm. II. Bitiden to
Lizzie HnioD , both of this city.
A. Deeper ate Qamo Defeated.
On Sunday night our sheriff and
' the jailor made a nice haul. They
uspioloned that something was wrong
among the prisoners , and went down
without their shoos on , and on ap
preaching the cell door heard a peon
liar noise , and as soon as they reached
the cell door the sheriff threw thi
light on them. One of the followi
tried to make a noise , but with a lool
from the officers was hushed , nnd thi
officials then asked the boys ( l omp
ton , the jewelry burglar nun Ills
gins the oar robber on the 0. B & .Q
road in 1881) ) how they were gettiuj
along. Of course the boys were con
eldorably surprised to see the official
at that time of the night , bolcg abou
12 o'clock. Upon going into the eel
they found two steel drills and a raze
and a part of a saw. The prisoner
were drilling down through the ire
floor , intending to take up a sheet c
the iron , then dig through to the slot
wall thus escaping. They had pi
ono of the drills in ono end of a piec
of wood about a foot long , the
bored a hole through the upper pai
of It , put the other drill through 1
hen put their bedstead on top of th
handle , thus giving a strong prossun
and turning the drill around by tnn
Ing with the one through the hand !
The jailor , B. Bhontt , discovered ti
scheme early In tha night , and gai
them a chance 'to get to work so 1
could capture tbe tools , and they gi
them. This is quite a feather to tl
officials , besides saving oar county
Dr. Watt , Demtlst , 14 Pearl itret
Oounfiil Bluffs Slumbering Upon
tlio Orater of a Volcano ,
Hissing Fires , Smothered Tfaundm
ana Jarring Earth Portoctl
the AwTal Danger * That
The press ahonld always bo on the
alert to warn the people of Impending
danger , and while no paper which has
the good cf ita city at heart , will over
publish any email pox , yellow foror ,
cholera , or other local novra that would
create nndno oxoltomont or itop immi
gration ; yet when an overwhelming
disaster that may , porhapi , bo mlti-
gated or entirely averted , la hanging
like a cyclone above the town , then u
is tbo manifest duty of all to sound
the tocsin of alarm. There is now
threatening to overwhelm the city uf
Council Bluffi , a disaster , in compart *
on with which the obliteration of
Pompeii and Horcnlaneum , and thu
ainklng of the continent of Atlantis ,
were disasters of minor importance.
Thia cataclysm will reach out into the
surrounding atatoo , and throughout all
the ycaTB to como , Ha baneful Influence
will bo felt.
Prominent citizens hnvo been leav
ing their bomea with aecrosy , their
destination and their objnots were
unknown. The city of New York waa
thlr firat ntopplng plaoo and a great
building in the great oontor of that
city waa and IB yet the acono of their
plot. Although theao men occupy
high positions in the financial and
acolal circles of our city , truth com
pels ua to atato that they were there
to moot an arch fiend in human form ,
who Is , with them , plotting the ruin
of our boat interests. From that
headquarters , omisaarico or spies have
been Bent all over thla city and the
adjoining country. Theao aplos have
carefully noted everything favorable
or-unfavorable to their schemes , and
indirectly they have sown dissatisfac
tion' and aroused In the people an am
bltion aa dangerous aa it la destruct
ive. The leading apirtt in all this dev
iltry , la a man who knows no
party , a man without bounds ,
for tha whole world la connected
directly with his office , hla private
telegraphic wiroa reaching out to all
pointa of the compass. Ho la without
reipeot for nationality , raca or creed.
Hla seditions publications are already
circulated wherever the Eagiiah lan
guage la spoken. The man wo refer
to James Gordon Bennett , The pub
lication la The Herald , of New York
Ho is about to establish hero , at the
solicitation of leading clcizona , a
branch office from which to gather his
nowa , and ho will lot the world know
that Council Bluffs' IB a live , thriving ,
pushing city , inviting enterprising men
to como , and at the gate way of con.
tlnonts githor the wealth which Is
here for all that can use capital and
labor to advantage.
The advent of THE DAILY BEE ,
with its branch office , haa already
worked Irretrievable damage by this
terrible method of undermining our
"boat interests , " and of course the
branch office of the Now York Herald ,
if ita establishment ahonld for one
moment be tolerated , will add to this
calamity an hundred iold. Minneap
olis hai in this way been ruined for
ever , by the Pioneer Press of St.
Paul. For yoats Minneapolis has had
no morning paper ot her own , and
haa had to be content with making
flour for the world. Wo call upon our
contemporaries'in thia city to como to
the rescue. Route the people , tell
them not to "permit the paper to go
into their houses./ Lot not Oounoll
Bluffs go down under the added
weight of thla awful incubus
Pump * otory.
J. A. Churchill & Co. have been
doing business here for over sever
years and for the past three
years manufacturing their cele
brated pumps , for which there is a
vely demand throughout northern
Kansas aud Missouri , all of Iowa ,
outhor Dakota and central and oaatern
ebraska. At present the bulk of
heir pump stalks in the rough ire
. .hipped from Chattanooga , Tenn. . In
oar load lots and are finished up here
md provided with the necessary oast-
ings. This firm make a specialty of
manufacturing chain pumps , as well
wooden ones , and can supply par
ies with any iron pump mannfao-
A. Blgelow , Tom Clark , Fraud
Gardner and Leon Cramer started foi
Dakota Friday rooming. About i
ozon others from the vicinity o
Walnut , Oakland and Hancock won
along , all intending to take up'olalmo
ixoopt Blgelow , who acts ns locatlnj
xont. Sometimes , when pnbll
pinion isn't sticky enough to holt
ogethor , wo got tired of trying 'ti
mould it , and along will como a letlo
from an old friend' Dakota , saylnj
that he had strawberries on toast fo
breakfast , baked strawberries for dinner
nor and cold boiled oranges am
atrawberrlos for enppor ; nnd wo grov
weary of writing up public aalo bill
and chewlug bull beet , and long to b
up there husking oranges and'dljgiu
strawberries and dining on inangooa
dates , olives and native figs , while w
recline beneath the shade of the as
ored banyan tree , and listen to th
natlro liars , while the eong of a thoui
and blrda and the perfume of 09
flowers tell ua thla la the land that i
flrer than a bridegroom's dream c
bliss , Walnut Nowa.
J , W. Graham , Wnoleeale Druggist , i
Austin , Tex , writes : I have been haiullic
IAJNU8 ( or the past year , and hare four
it one of the raoit salable medlclnea I h i
ever had In my house for Couubs , Coli
and even consumption , always glvii
entire satlnftvctlon. Pleaie send m * 01
grots by Saturday's stouner.
Tbo Crystal Roller Mill Company
is stock company composed of T , <
Evans , 0. R. Tyler ana J. F. Evan
They manufacture only fancy grad
of flour and have sixteen pairs
rollers In their new building and ha
been in operation about three
montlift The local demand at pro
ont tktn ml they cn manufacture
They got the major part of tho'r
ttrjtu fro 11 KaiiHsp , Minnesota ana
Dtkuta. Thrir present mannfasinr-
lugcnpicUy ia from 130 to 140 btrrnla
per day , atid the protat llliy la that the
capacity will bo increased soon ,
Some of Our Buslnoeo Interests ,
Them are but few towns west of
the Mississippi that can boaat of a
largo number of active , wldo awake
business menand houses than can our
fair city , and wo have decided to make
minor mention of some of them at
various times , In casting around for
locals wo dropped into the largo to-
bicco house of
K I ) . V riHUEK ,
who doala exclusively in leaf tobacco
in unbroken caaoa. Mr. Fisher began
the business hero ton ycors ago and
aomo seven 'years ainco erected a hand-
sorno two-story brick with basement
to accommodate hia largo and con
stantly Increasing trade , which cornea
from Kanioa , MlfBnuri , Illinois , Iowa ,
Colorado and Dakota. Mr. F > her
has recently put into hla building n
machine known ns a sweating rat-
chine , which gives that d rk , bright
lustre to tobacco which ia so fashion
able among good clears. He puts two
canes In the machine at once , keeping
them there from ono to two wocko or
oven longer , and keeps the client filled
with steam from a email iron atpiitnor
connected with the cheat. Mr. Fisher
la well known to the trade throughout
the northwest and as d bnslneta man
is a credit to any city.
Married by Jnstloo Vaughan Wm. A.
Burner to Miss Graoy T. Boles at the old
hotnectead of Hon. L. W , Babbitt. The
bride is tbo daughter of our old townsman ,
E. K , Boles , who was formerly tbo p40-
prloter of the Blue Burn. The happy
couple takes the matrimonial harness with
every prospect for successfully holding a
foremost position ia the raoo of life.
Miifl L. St. John , daughter of the ex-
governor of K msas , and her friend , Misa
Bonebroaka , both of Topeka , Kas , are
visiting with Mrs. Manning , of this city.
Mr. Orcutt leaves this evening for the
east , and will purchase tbo new goods fur
the new firm of Cssady & Oicutt , of
which we made mention yesterday.
K , J Qalsk. formerly engaged in mer
cantile business In the city bnt now one of
the countless hone t farmers , waa a pleas
ant caller at THR BKB office.
B. F. Willis , Kiq. , representing the
Turner Tobacco company , of Qulnoy , Ills , ,
is in the city , and la fnrnlihlng the dealers
with rino plug.
Lou 0. Plsiler , of Ott ; and F. L. Hayward -
ward , of St. Joe , Mo , , arrived on the Into
trains in the morning and put up at the
George W. Bert , Omaha ; F. K , House
nnd L. II. Stone , Den Maines and K. A.
Brotdwell helped to fill the tables at the
George 13. Cole , of Pacific Junction
fame , picked his molars 'nouth tbo hos
pitable roof of the Pacific yesterday at
Married Wm. U. Braden to Mira Liz-
zle Hanson , both of this county , Juitlce
Vaughn tied the knot In his office.
Ch s. RofinV , of Jefferson ate at the
Ogden yesterday , as did K. W , Blackburn
and 8. Freese , of Astor.
II , Ohrlsman , a roiident of Ablngdon ,
waa doing Che city yesterday tnd registered
at the Pacific.
Frank P. Mast and wife , of Ottumwa ,
were among the arrivals at the Ogden yes
Judge James Day , a member of the su
preme bench of this state , ia at the Ogden ,
> Venotice the Marriage Fund , Mutual
Trust Aaiociation , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa ,
highly spoken of In many of the leading
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement In
another column of this oaper. 16-3m
Fan SALE At a bargain , two choose
vats and fixtures. Address 2,304 ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. fob27-tf
J. R Davidson will remove from
his present location to the new store
room in the MoMahon bloc * running
through from Maine to Pearl St. ,
which he will have fitted up about the
1st of April in first-class style , and
filled with the choicest stock of dry
goods , notions , etc. , over seen in
Council Bluffa. The well-known
motto will govern there as in the past.
The beat goods at the lowest possible
The , qlty bualneaii directory , nnder
the managemeHt uf Dexter ; Llbboy &
Co. , is being published at the well-
known and popular establishment of
0. Fentpcr , ajid will be ready for cir
culation in a few daya. It Is some
thing wo baVe long'needed1 ' , and'prom '
ises to bo ornamental as well as useful.
Scarlet , Cardinal lied , Old
'Gold , Navy Blue , Seal Brown , Diamond
mend Dyes give perfect results. Any
fashionable color 10 cents.
If you are not married , write tbe Mar
riage Funl and Mutual Trust Auoc <
tlon ; Cedar llnplds , Iowa , for ciroulan
explaining the plan. f5-3m
Tbo School Election.
The school election passed of qaiot
ly yesterday and resulted as follows
Aylesworth , 300 ; Woodborry , 292
Mayno , 347 | Atkins , 427 ; and Clout
405. On the seven propositions whlcl
wore submitted to the voters of thi
city the icsult was 157 majority ii
favor of proposition No. 1 ; 219 ma
jorlty in favor of No. 2 ; 198 majority
against No. 3 ; 130 majority in favo
of No. 4 ; 180 majority In favor of No
0 ; 04 majority against No. 0 , and 2i
majority apalnst No. 7.
Cur Nowlioan and'lmprovement Uc
Investigation into the matter con
vlnoos us that ono of the most equits
ble , reasonable and feasible plans o
building house * la that proposed an
in operation by the Mercantile Loan
Trust and Improvement company c
this city. By Investing In shares i
this institution , which la backed b
some of our best and most rellabl
business men , it become * possible an
ro I comparatively easy ( or a man ot mot
Will open on .April 1st an elegant and com
IT 502 IHIOADWAY , NFXT TO OF/IOER & PUSSY'S ' BANK ,
They will carry a very
and will keep a full line of
House Furnishing Goods.
CASADY & . ORCUTT ,
C02 Broadway , Council Bluff * , Iowa
TO CONSUMERS OF WATER.
The Council Bluffa City Waterworks Company hereSy announces , that it will put
in Service 1'ipca to tbe curb of tbe street on the line of its milns for all parties who do'
alre to have connect ! , ns made with tha etieet mains before tbe Waterworks are completed
plotod , nnd who will make application therefor to the company
BEFORE APRIL 1 , 1883 ,
at the folowlog prices , payable la advance :
i Inch Service Pipe . § 7 25
| r' . 8 50
" " . 975
J " " . ' 1125
1 " " . . 1300
These piled Include the coit cf opening and closing the ft left , tapping the street water main ,
Jurnlshlr a and Ir sorting con oration crck , rarnlthli B aud puttlr g In extra rtrong leal service pipe ,
furnlthfrik ard puttlip In curb step , strp box ana co er complete , aft > m > kl R slLnecespary ton
no.'tioua bctwren the strrcttralD and the curb of the a reet which are about one-half the co t
to the consumer of dolnft tie lime work alter tt e waterwoiks are completed.
In vlewof the contemplated pa\ln ? of certain streets In the city , putlcs are recommended to
make application Immediately at the office of the company ,
In order to rave tbe necessity and M > ld the Increaied expense of breaking up the street after paving
ha been done.
HARRY BIRKINBINB , Engineer.
Council Bluffg , Feb. 20 , 1883. - ml-dtf
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN BEMfl & Pfl * GENKRAL MERCHANDISE.
18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN. JOKESION HOUSE.
U. Ill BABSTOVf ) IfL P. , Cor. 5th St. nnd 5tb Avo.
DR. OFFICE : Cor. Main and 5th , no-stairs.
. . . . Residence , GOO Willow Avenue.
JUSriOEOF THE PEACE ,
OUilUn/ . | Office after February 15th , over America :
SQ U/APUCD LIVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
s C. If nuHClli for funoralo at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who'csalo butter , egtu , poultry and fruit Ship to us. Draft by return mall 318 Broadway.
DIED PC NEW BOOT AND SHOE 8 TORE.
SA * r I Cn U C Cor. Main and First avenue.
C11 ITU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
Cr OITII I lit Broadway. Plans anc } specifications furnished'
W W 9HFRMAN T.nFNE HARNESS I have the variety
that brings patronage. 124 Main street.
MIROaAN . . . . .
JAMES FRANEY |
and lleaaonable Onarges. 872 Broadway.
FURNITURE , STOVES and .
HOWE & SON
, Household Supplies , 303 Broadway.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block ,
LINDT & HART
, Practices in state and federal courtp.
EGTfl O If C DT P O n Mann'f Fine FurnitureUpholetery goods
. O I UillVCn I IOC UU.sOurtainsand Window Shades , 30 ! > BPway.
Hides , Pelt * , Tallow nnd Qrease.
OBERNE.HOSIGK&GO. , Ohlo go&15 N , Main St. 0. Bluffs
BALED HAY , CORN , OATS ,
J. B. HEATH , BRAN , Etc. , 114 North Main Street.
And bath house , 421 and 423 Broadway. .L.
ereiRn , Prop. , P. J. Moutponicry , M. D. , Phy.
BOOT AND SHOE SBOPNo-
A M R * - >
( 1-MlVIDi Cor. Broadway ord Sistt streets.
VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
, Bray's stable , No. 12 Sectt street.
, Cor. Eighth and Broadway.
PI UCUIICOGV Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup-
Us nCI llkOuT | Plied , 8th St. , between 6th and 7th Avonue.
erato means to secure a comfortable
home for himself and family. In tak-
ng a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , ID m few
years a man can own a house
of his own for about the soina as
he pays monthly for rent. We
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by. organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want in Council Bluffr. Their
plans and system of loans will boar
the most careful scrutiny aud exam
ination , and wo have no hesitancy in
pronouncing thorn reasonable nnd
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 aud those who desire homes.
Their president is T. A. Kirkland ,
vice president. Judge Peake ; sec
retary , I. R. Boeryj treasurer , Col.
Beebe , and their office is in the base
ment of Shugart'a and MoMahon's
now block , corner First avenue and
Pearl street ian27-ly
Bncklm a Arnica Salve.
Tha Beat BALVB In the world lor Cuts ,
Bruises , Bores , Ulcers , bait Rhenm , Fe
ver Bores , Tetter , Chapped Hands , Chll
blalni , Coras , and all sSdn eruptions , and
poeltlveJy cures piles , It Is guaranteed to
give satufaoUon i mxoey refunded.
Pries , 25 cents pat pox. sot * e lfl by 0.
* Qoodm * i
MBS , fi. J , HILTON , MD , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICK. Special advertlsemenU , sue
Lost , round , To Loan , For Sale , To Bsnt ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In thli
column at the ow rate of TEN CENTS PER
LIKE for ths first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE for each subsequent Inaortlon.
Leave adv ertlsementa at onr office , No. T
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
aitornev , with ottlco In c-ntre of town and
in ground lloor. ' mala finni that ant a
Council IlluOs rcpitsiiit > t'\e ' should address
WANTED-A good cook. 0.11 at 813 Main
street. UU3. A. 81 > OOR <
WANTED ToIcare an iljbt or ten room
houic , with modirncontoiUncej and In i
Kocdlocttlon. Address Jos. QarmeaD , Jr. , fax.
tan 11 use.
\T/-ANTED Everybody In Council BluBs lo
YY to take Till Bsi , SO centa per week , de
llvered by carriers. Office , No I Pearl Street
For ; 8a.le apd.Bont
TASTURAQE 1,100 acres ot flrnt c'aw ' upalni
J pa < ture frr rjnl for 81.CO per acre for gia >
of 1683. well fenced In two enclosure * ol turn
6CO aid 600 acres , with abanda < c < ot living wile
la taca. Euranc. to bnhft mill north ofd"
limit' . II not leased by April 15 will pistur
stock by teasin 01 month , and keep a ( rood mai
la charge. EnqnlreofL. I1 JUDSON , 823Broad
way , or 1,002 Sixth avenue. Idaitt-dtf
LD BEES In paciage * ot a hundred at Si
a packa at TUB Bis office , No. T Peai
A N office , mottadvaaUfeoosIy situated , offer
tdrsk room In return for fertlow ; gas , ru l
eta. , furnished. AddrcM , "OOct , " fiu ofioi
Oouncll Bluffs , .
A Specialty of Fashiomblo and Durable
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
CONSISTENT WJTH FIRST OLASS GOODS IS OUR OUiM.
1'LKASE CALL AND EXAMINE OUK
BOOTS MB SHOES.
We rwik the nttcntlon of the public. Our
And ( hero Is' whore you wilt alwajs flnd ua.
Z. TLINDSEY&CQ. ,
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs , \
West Sltio Square , Olarinda , /
DUQUETTE , GUI BERT & CO. ,
( Successors to ERB & DUQUETTE ) ,
TO and 18 Pearl-st. , CoimciL BIu.Ts , la.
R. S. COLE & CO. ,
MANUPAOTUBEKS AND DEALERS IN ALL THE HOST ISlPEOVED KINDS 0V
LIGHTNING RODS & ORNAMENTS.
AUo Wood and I'nn PUMPS , Wood Tubing a d Gas Pipe and Pumn ( fixtures , for both W.od
( aid Iron Pump * . Order , will receive p empt attention. Mo. GOi H < uth Main 8t' rt
j , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA. 15 eod.tS 1
Broadway Steam Laundry !
- 724 WEST BKOAUWAY ,
A. C. LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY. . *
TITLE ABSTRACT OF FICL
. . o1 .
L/ands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONET TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS
OUNCIL BLUFFS . IOWA *
M. T. DAVIS , President. N. B. EASTON , Secy.
J. 0. HOFFMAN , Vice Pros. 0. HULBDRT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE GO.
Insures Live Ftook Against Loss by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Offio * ; 103 Pearl Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
The only company in Iowa that will Insure
yonr stock agalnat loss from any cause whatever.
Owners ot Slo-lcwll ! consult their own Interest \ , when
Insuring Midi Stock , tueya-f tha th- policy It eludes all
.he losBts th < y hiay haw , nil be Ba'Uflcxl with nothing less.
, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ w , ' Kor ( utthcr iuforrnatltn cail on or address
E. L. SMITH , Local Agent , - - - - fflce , No 9 Main Street.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Oonnoil Bluffs , Iowa ,
For Engines , Boilera , Castings , Repairs and
Fend Orders to JOHN GlUltiiiT. Manuf'ictnreiv
Corntr i Street and 8th Avenue. Co ncU Bluffa. Prompt attention to criers. The S
VTorkmAntblp and Reasonable charge * fab 10
WATER WAVES .
That nerer require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Ouod-s Halt Store , at prices new bef are touched b.
hair dealer. Also a Lll line of wttch.i.-etc , aUreafly reduced prices. AIM gold.
and colored note. Wavss made from ladle.1 own hair. Do not fall to " "before purchaelnr
, V.wb.e. ver All .roo , . , wamnted M , .pr ented. -J ° J
HigWy-Brtd Trottiog Stallions ,
Owned by Dr. O. W. Archibald.
1883 SEASON 1883
NORMONT D 'k 'chestnut hone 15
hand ! high , loalcd 1679 ; bred by Uen. W. T-
W bero , Lexington Ky ; by Almonc , dam Nor
man il&lJ by texandei'ii Norman , the sire o (
iulu , record ' _ ' :1B : ; Aliront by Alexander's Abdal-
Ji , sire of O'ldsml h Maid , r cord 2:14. : Al-
nont h-B sired vo horses with records lu xSO and
tetter , and 3 with records In tM and b. ttcr.
* J EN * O' > D < hcstnut torrel 'horse. 15
hanHs high , foal d 18TC , lired by Pliny Nicholas ,
Cm ) . , West Liberty , Iowa , by Wt | le , dam a tine
K ntucky brcclm-re. (1 cnwood la a large jx > w-
crful horse , wolghs 1UU p unds. ha gnat style
, nd spied , and Ills ITJM'Q hlmsoll a uua exec. *
These liorica posses * rare Individual excellence ,
lid choice LrcodliiK. 'iheso highly bred stal-
OOB Hill make the l > rln si-aton of 18-3 at the
Oouncll Bluffs Driving Park
At $35 Each , to Insure.
Far further Information apply to
SAMUEL COLBUUN , Troiner ,
Council UluiTa Drivinp Park.
EDWIM J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
ilBBroadway , Council Bluff 8.
W. R. VAUGHAN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Oman * and Council Bluffs
Real Estate & Collection Agency.
n Odd Fellow block , orer Savings'
S. E. MAXON ,
one * orer savings bank.
OOCNO1L BLUFFS. low * .
MORGANA KELLER ft 00 , ,
The finest quality a > d Unrest stock west ol
Chicago of M ooden and lleUllc Cases. Calls at
tended to t all houru. We dufv cumpetHlon n
quality of sroods or prices. Our Mr Jlorcan haa
served as uuucnaker for forty J rs and thor
oughly oomlaiida bin mianms. Warerooms ,
311 Br. aawoy. Uf U ( UtTEIUNQ In all Its
branchra oromntly attended to a'so carpetla
Ingano laniorequlns. Vclegraphlo aua ua orders -
ders flllod w > > ! > out aclay. _ _ _ ,
tnoa. orrioia. *
OIFICEE & PUSET ,
Council Bluffs , Ia.
Established , - - 1858
Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Exchange
. . ,
Preclrteni. Vlco Prss't.
W. 8. Diunia , &ec.asdTiea ( .
MAMACTUBINI } 00
'Lincoln , Neb
Corn Planter * Hrrrowa.Farm Boiler *
Bulky Hay Bakeo , BuoEet Hleyatlng
Windmill * . &o.
Ws an prpar d to do Job wpfk and Duaotet
turtng foi othsi pt4tiet.
UM laK JI
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