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The Daily Bee
Wednesday Morning' , March 14 ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
By ( terrier , - - - - - SO eenli per week.
Br If all . . . . . . J10.00 per Year ,
orflco : No. 7 Pearl Btroot , Near
Borne one always in the office.
See Joseph Ileitcr'i spring stylw.
Additional local on seventh page.
Considerable was being offered on the.
Juitlao Schut7. dlipoicil of a few civil
ewes yesterday ,
Two gambling Initiations were M-
sossed (39,10 yesterday.
The CHUB of Ed , Sullivan , the vagrant ,
Is eet for this morning at 10 o'clock.
A runaway took place among the
teams that went to the cemetery etcortlng
Mr. Rhodes remains after the eervles were
orer , but no damage was done ,
The clerk Issued marriage licenses tote
to Chas. W. Brown and Ml s Fanny Kedy ,
of Oakland township this county , and
John Llnoy , of Saunders county to Mfsj
Kmm Sophia Johnson , of this city ,
Quito a number of our business men
arc cleaning and painting up their stores
preparatory to the arrival of now goodx ,
and everything bids fair for a better and
more extemlve trade this coming leason.
Iilly ! Williams got drunk and failed to
have the necessary amount of cash to sat *
isfy Ihi demands of jmtlce but left an
overcoat which It more warm than ele
David Kivens for disturbing the peace
pleaded not guilty but went to trial and
was let down easy. Fine 35 and costs ,
amounting to 811,70 , and thus endeth one
case of the Sunday night disturbance ; .
T. J. Pottergeneral manager of the U.
B. & Q , railroad , is on a tour over their
IODR line of road and to reach other rail
road officials of Omaha remained few
hours at the transfer , going over to Oma
ha early in the evening.
The election of Messrs. Atkln and
Couch to the school board is thought to be
liable to bring about a change in the office
of superintendent of the city schools , per
haps the selection of Frof. Clarendonwho
has held the position before.
A man nbtned Chalmers , a Mormon
bound for Salt Lake , got off to take in
Council Bluff * , and while in the city lost
his ticket and was considerably worried ,
but Policeman Edgar found it , sending
him on bis way rejoicing.
Bubrirnas were Istued yesterday for
C. H. Clarke , J. W. Morae , II. II. Kleldk ,
Sidney Sterling and A. 8. Clougb , for the
pnrpote of proving the vagrancy against
Miss Lindley and the one-eyed Ross elrl ,
who are qetter known as street walkers.
A man named Cook , from Now York ,
bound for San Francisco , got on the wrong
train at the transfer yesterday morning ,
and of course was excited. lie jumped
from the train spraining bis wrht badly
and hurt his face some , but not serious ,
He left at night , taking tbo emigrant for
The neck yoke to the team which was
v ! hitched to the carriage drawing the mour
ners at the funeral of Mr. Rhodes , was
broken on account of a balky team sent out
by the party who furnished the outfits.
This ought not to occur. None but the
best and gentlest teams ought to be ten !
out upon occasions of this kind.
Brother Forney , the man who knowi
more about the art of pleasing than any
one in the whole , wide world , has been
Boaping us all , and it Is Rood soap , too.
The Benedict Soap company , Marshall-
town , Iowa , has a splendid repreientattve
In the old time newspaper man , Call For
A nice little walk away occurred abou1
7:30 p. m. last night. About 5:30 : p. m
a gentleman hired a single horse and buggy
from the Qgdeu house barn , and about th
hour mentioned the horse came loplni
gently along from Lower Broadway , avoid
ln all collision nnd making turns nicely ,
going into the barn without anything
broken or lost except the hitching strap.
We have no war to make upon any
1 I business no matter how demoralizing or
-disgraceful so long as it is protected by our
lawr , but the gambling dens , the houses of
debauchery and shame , and in short the
destructive "Industries" of this city can
not much longer control In the caucus and
at the polls for the productive industries
are organizing to miet this element and a
high license and enforcement of strict
police regulations is now becoming the
watchword of all who are entitled to the
respect of their fellow citizens.
The Glimmer has a talented circula
tion liar. He multiplies the real circula
tion of The Globe by the figure 3 and pub-
llihea it as official , lie multiplies the IS
BE stoppages from the dens and diyes to
the figure of 800 and glres us no credit for
the large Hit of unsolicited subscription * ,
of the beet men in our city , that have
poured in and largely erceeded the dis
continuances. The strong endorsement of
our courte by the people it alia falls to
There is quite an extemlve handle
factory on the corner of Tenth street and
Avenue A , owned by Mr , It. V. Phllllpi
a pioneer in the work of western develop
xnent. He manufactures axe , pick , adze
spike maul , coal pick , sledre hammer , anc
in short , all kinds of bickoiy rived am
turned handles. All the timber used I
steamed during the process of mannfac
tare. It It claimed for these imndles tin
they are the only ones that are rived am
teamed and they are turned by the Cen
tennial patent turner * , Mr. Philip * find
a great demand for hit goods from rallwa ;
companies and Eteele and Johnson , o
Omaha , and would like to see a tool f c
tory started hare , aud says that such an
enterpriie would pay a liberal return 01
tbo money invested.
Dr. West , Dentist , 14 Pearl ntroot
All journeymen carpenters act ! al
other mechanics are requested to meet
t the coijrr houeo next Friday eron <
ing , March IGih.
BOMB OF OUU INTERESTS
The Karat & Bradley Manafnctnr
Ing Company , of Chicago , and the
Boflnk & LoomU Manufacturing Com
pany , of Iowa , have recently bnllt n
largo five story baildlng , which la
hardly yet completed , although occu
pied by them. Their building Is situated -
atod on the 0. , B. & Q road , on
lower Main street , and when they got
their platforms around the building
completed will have a platform ca-
pacityof twelve cars at ono tlmo. This
will give them blp advantages for
shipping and transfer , as they will do
all that work with a largo crane dor-
rick. They areputtiug in a now style
of elevator , to reach from the baee-
mont to tbo tap floor , which will bo
rnn b ? n gas engine. The large sup
port posts , heavy cross timbers and
bracon are white oak , and give an
idea of the immense strotgth of the
buildirg , all the other partu being in
Thooflico is a largrcommodious and
well lighted room with n northeast
front. The second floor will bo their
aatnplo or show room. Their rooms
are now well filled with all kinds of
Implements used on a farm , besides ,
corn shollcrs , food mills and such class i
of goods , yet their largo and constant
ly increasing trade throughout the
northwest la running them short on
their orders for some geode , bat they
will only bo a few days behind as they
are daily receiving carload lots from
the different factories which they re
present , Mr. Loomls , the clover gen
tleman who has in charge of this ex
tensive business house says thnt there
Is no point in the west so favorably
situated and well provided with rail
road facilities for supplying the con
stantly growing demands of the now
and great northwestern country as is
Council Blnffa. This firm are general
western agents for the Furst & Brad
ley goods , Fish Brothers wagons rnd
carriages , the Fooria corn planter , and
can supply customers on short notice
ID Iota to salt with anything In tholr
line from a harrow tooth to a steam
plow or threshing machine.
COUNCIL BLUFFS IKON WORKS.
The proprietor and manager of this
extensive business is Mr. Charles
Hondrio , who" began operations here
in 1859 , and hai constantly Increased
the reputation and capacity of the
worka that ho la now obliged to move ,
in order to got more ground for buildIng -
Ing and yard purposes. He has sold
the ground whore ho now Is , ( It Is
rumored to an official of the Wabaah
line , and that they contemplate tbo
erection oT a lartro passenger depot the
coming season ) , and has purchased
the ground fotmorly occupied by the
old Council BlutT * Agricultural works ,
the building of whicn wan destroyed
by fire some years since. Mr. Hondrio
is now putting up a building on his
now location for the reception of the
machinery ho now has , besides largo
additions and improved machinery to
that which ho now has. Ho has a
25 horse-power ongluo in his works ,
and machinery and patterns to make
anything from a stove grate to an en
gine. Mr. Hondrio employs about
seventy-five men to carry on his work ,
and has now on hand over
eighty tons i of inn. Ho is
doing all ' the iron work
for the Water Worka company , horo.
Ho runs a brass foundry in conneo
tion with the establishment. llepalr-
ing Is a feature to which special atten
tion la given , The pattern shop con
tains thousand npon thousand of pat
terns , costing probably not loss than
$20,000. Mr. Hondrle hopes to got
hlo now building completed and moved
into within ttio nut throe months.
The maohinn aid repair shop of
John Gilbert Is ono of the promising
and growing works of this city. Mr ,
Gilbert has a brass foundry In connec
tion with his shop , BO that hois always
prepared to do steam and brass fittings
of any kind on very short notice. Mr.
Gilbert does not employ as much help
as some other larger establishments ,
bntho Is ready at all times to do repair
ing In a prompt and reliable way. His
place of buatuoBs is on lower Main
street , and ho will always bo glad to
see yon ,
Fou SALE At a bargain , two chooeo
vats and fixtures. Address 2,304 ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. fob27-tl
Ve notice the Marriage Fund , Mutua
Trust Asioclatlon , of Ceilar llaplds. lown ,
highly spoken of in many of the ieailltif
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement In
another column of this caper. f 3-3ra
on Thursday at 1 o'clock , Edward
Rhodes , of this city , formerly a
member of company A , Second Wls
consln cavalry , Mr. Rhodes has been
In very poor health for some tlmo , and I
died of consumption , leaving a wife
and several children in straitened cir
cumstances. Ho was burled under the
auspices of the Abe Lincoln Post , G.
A. R. The post assembled at the post
room at 2 p. m. , marched with draped
b'annors and mnfllad drums to the res
idence from whence they escorted the
remains to the Catholic church , where
Father MoAteo delivered the funeral
obsequies according to the Impressive
ceremonies rf the Oathollo church.
A brief funeral sermon was given , of
which the followls is a synopsis.
All men must die. The soldiers ,
sagea and aalnta of all ages are now
, with the common people who lived In
their tlmo mere dust and ashes. For
- this event all wiao men make prepara
, tion. There would bo some reason for
forgetting death if by doing so death
would forget us , but you and I and all
it of ns must die ; wo should prepare for
- death continually ; with this end in
at vlow the voudg should bo trained and
taught. Mercenary matters are very
n- secondary otMrs. Wo are all made
nds for eternal happiness. Prayer , thu
dsy graoo of God , end following the filth
of of Jesus will secure this for ns , A
virtuoiu Ufa will moot with a favora
ble judgment. Knowing , loving aud
serving nur God is the great necessity ,
It is poeslblo for us to bo salnta ; lot
as roallza ono position , fix upon the
true church , investigate for ourselves ,
and not bo led away by malignity and
falsehood. The Intelligent Protestant
und faithful Catholic , all good moc
everywhere , venerate our Catholic
church , Our eternal aalvatiou should
oscupy most of our time ; honors anc
dignity will not avail at the bar ol
God , Remember that the terrors
and pains of hell or the delights and
bliss of hrrwcn are to bo ourn for all
otetnlty , Wo thonld give to God the
best part of ourlivoi initoad of bring
ing diccredit npon the church and
eternal ruin npon ourselves
by living n life of sin and then trylnir
to got to heaven by death bed ro
pontanco. TLoosinds of aonls have
gene to hell from following that path
as a man lives so ho dies. The man
whoso remains are before n lived a
Christian llfo aud died a Christian
death. His soul is now being cleansed
from , aln , if any ttint remains , In the
pargatory which our faith , ' teaches
UB wo are to caaa.throngh and perfect
the aoul. Too prayer * of fall good
Christians should LOW arise In his
behalf ; the widow and children which
are loft behind him need the helping
hand and shf.uld not bo forgotten ,
In conclusion ho exhorted hie
audience to sorvn God In dtvotion and
that.will guarantee for tticm a favorn-
bio reception from tlio Almighty , The
remains were then taken to the cemetery
tery with tnulM d drum and tratliog
banners , Memberncf the pent were
detailed to not CD pall betrera.
If you nro not married , write the Mar
riage Flint ami Mutual Tru > t ARUOCIC.
tlon , Cedar Ilipldj , luwa , for circulate
explaining the plan , f5-3ui ,
THE BREWERS' CONVENTION.
An ABHembloRo of People In Council
Blultj To-morrow to Dlecusw the
Ititerestu Involved la the
Manufacture of Lager
The annual convention of the state
brovrora association of Iowa will take
place to-morrow in thia city , the con
vention being called to order at Do-
hany'a opera honso at ton o'clock in
the morning. Mr. 0. Magnus , of
Cedar Rapids , Is president of the asso
ciation. Mr. Conrnd Gelso , of this
city , vlco president , and Mr. 0. Lingo ,
of Davenport , secretary. There will
bo about sixty delegates present from
different parts of the state.
The bcsluiss of the convention will
bo devoted to tbo protection of brewIng -
Ing interests ognicHt opposition by
moans of hostile legislation. It is
well known that the brewers of Iowa
compose a class of people of high
literary and scholastic culture. The
dissemination tf a mild and healthy
beverage will gradually diaplaco the
demand for atrongor drlnka. Their
proceedings will Indicate the large
capital already invested in the busi
ness of brewing , and the rapid Increase
of the demand for good boor as the
country becomes developed
T. W. Graham , Wnolesalo Druggist , of
Austin , Tex , writes : I have bcon handling
DIl VVM. HALL'S BALSAM FOKTHK
LUNliH for the past yeur , end have found
it ono of the moat salable modlcinen I have
ever had in ray house for Coughs , Gelds
and oven consumption , always giving
entire satisfaction. Please tend mo ono
Wrong by Saturday's steamer.
Lu Thurmau and wife , of Nebraska
City ; J. W. Blanf jrd , of Red Oik , and J.
0. Davle , of Marlon , Hipped coifdo at the
Ogden yesterday morning.
D , i. Hughes , all the way from Port
land , Oregon , waited at the Pacific house
and looked over our town yesterday.
Justice Vaughan spent moat of yester
day In Omaha attending to the selling of
a lot of fence posts ,
B. Newman , of Omaha , was boldly
written among the arrivals at the Ogden
M. M. McDonald , of Gutbrie , held
down a chair In the dining room of the
S. 3 , Milkinaou and Charles Tabor , of
Denison , were at the Pacific house yes
M. T. McAlpin , of Vail , spr ad a hand
some signature on tbo Pacific house reg
Mra. Enotabrook and Mieg Doyle , of
Woodbine , wore guests of the Ogden.
W. C. Arthur , of Omaha , took In the
situation nt the Pacific.
D. M. Williams , from Tabor , was at the
Never Give Uu.
If you are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits , loan of appetite , gouoru
debility , disordered blood , weak constitu
tion , headucho , or any disease of n blllo ut
nature , by nil means procure a bottle of
Electric Hitters. You will bo surprised to
tee the rapid Improvement that will follow
you will bo inspired with uow life ,
strength and activity will return ; puin aud
misery will cease , and henceforth you will
rejulce in the praise of Electric l-iittore
Sold at fifty cents a bottle , byO. F. G : > r4
Our Now ix > au uu improvement Co
Investigation into the matter con
vlncoa us that ono of tbo most cquita
bio , reasonable and feasible piano o.
building honaes U that proposed and
In operation by the Mercantile Loan
Trust and Improvement company o.
this city , By investing In shares In
this institution , which is backed bj
some of our best and most reliabl
business 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 , in a few
years a man can own a house
of his own for about the sauis aa
ho pays monthly for rent. Wo
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want In Council Blnffa. Their
plans and system of loans will boar
the most careful scrutiny and exam
ination , and vro have no hesitancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and integrity. As the com
pany exists It bosomes at onoo an in
stitution of valus end credit to oar
city and thono who dcslro homes.
Their president is T. A. Kirkland ,
vlco president , Judge Peako ; secretary -
rotary , I. 11. Beery ; treasurer , Col ,
Boobe , nnd their oftieo U in the baso-
raont of Shugart'o and McMahou's
now block , corner First nvcnuo ud
Pearl street i'an27-ly
Buoblm a Arnica aalve.
The BMI BALVB In the world for Onti ,
DrnlHes , Borea , Ulcers , tail Rheum , F -
yer Boron , Tetter , Chipped Hands , Chll
Wnlnn , Corns , and all vkin eruptions , and I
positively cures pile . It Is suaraoteed to
, c "U'fMUon i rreo7 refunded
r. /c ills by C.
Will open on April 1st an elegant and com
IT 502 BROADWAY , NFXTTO OMOER & PUSEY'S ' BANK ,
They will carry a very
J . 3E& CSS3E3 25S T O CKI
and will keep a full line of
House Furnishing Goods.
CASADY & ORCUTT ,
502 Broadway , Council Bluffr , Iowa.
TO CONSUMERS OF WATER.
The Council Bluffs City Waterworks Company hereby announces , that it will put
n Service Pipes to the curb of the street on trio line of its milns for all parties who do' '
Ire to have connectl. ns made with the stieet mains before the Waterworks are com1
iletod , and who will make application therefor to the company
BEFORE APRIL 1 , 1883.
i the folowlng prices , payable la advance :
r Inch Service Pipe $7 25
* " " ! l
" " "
" " "
These pilcet Include the ccttcf opening sncl closing the sfroit. tapping the s'roet ' water main ,
urnlihlrgand Irsertlrg ( or\oration orckfutrtl > hlrg aid puttli g in cxtia strong leal service pipe ,
urnlthfDK and puttlig In curhstp , > ttp box ana co < er complete , am m-kl Kail nictpwry con
ne.'ttous between ttoKiict train and the curb of the s reel which are about one-half the cost
o the eonsumerot dclnn tLo tame work after tbo waterwoika areCimJeted.
Invlewofthe contemplated pa\lnir of certain streets In the cily , putlet are recommended to
make application Immediately kt tbo office of the company ,
&f& TFB-gl yiB * I .T |
n order to rare the noccsiily and Mold the Increoced expcnto of brcaklrg up the street after paving
; as been done.
HARRY BIRKINBINE , Engineer.
Council Bluffs , Feb. 26,1883. ml-dtf
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN BBiO & CO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
. , 18 Mala Struct and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN.STOH HOUSE.
J. M BABSTOW. OFFICE :
. . . t Cor. 5th St. and 5tb Ave.
RR .1 IT U/UITET OFFICE : Cor. Main and 5th , up-stalrs. .
Un. U , F. If ill I Cj Residence , 009 Willow Avenue.
NQOI4MR7 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
OUnUri | Office after February 15th , over American Express.
S S WARNER LiyERY-AND FEED. WILL CON PR ACT
for faneralB at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & CO , CASH BUYERS ,
Wholesale butter , gts , poultry and fruit. Ship to us. Draft by return mall. 316 Broidway.
S. A- PIERCE NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE ,
. - , Cor. Main and Firot avenue.
PETHYBRIDBE & HERBERTS. Sr ySB !
GP ( SRfllTIJ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
! IWlVii i Fig Broadway. Plans nnd specifications furnished'
In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
that brings patronage. 124 Main street.
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artistio Wor
and Reasonable Ouarges. 872 Broadway.
HOWE & SON FURNITIIE'TOVES - - - nnd
Hounohold Supplies , 303 Broadway.
ATTORNEYS AT LA.W , James Block.
Practices in ctato and federal courts.
Mann'f Fine Farnlturo.Upholntery goods
Curtains and Window Shades , 309 B'way-
QBERNEHQSIGK&CO. Hides , Pelte , Tallow and Grease.
, . , Ohic Ko&15N.MalnSr. 0. Blnffa
JR U C A Ty BALED H y , CORJJ , OATS ,
P. BRAN , Etc. , 114 North Main Street.
Aud bath house , 42L aud 423 Broadway. L. Sov
ereign , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy.
BOOT AND snoE saop.No-
Cor. Broadway and Sostt streets.
VETERINARY SURGEON , Office ,
, Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street ,
ICIAtUn BROOKLYN MARKET ,
LELnilU ; Cor. Eighth and Broadway.
Mauuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade supplied
. . HEKNESSY , plied , 8th St. , between tith and 7th Avenue.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisements , sue
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sals , To Rent ,
Wanii , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this
column at the ow rate of TEN CENTS FEU
LINE for the first Insertion and FIVE CENT3
PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion.
Leave adv ertlscments at our oflce , No. 7
Pearl Street , near Uroadway.
WANTED A man of experience wants a sit-
uitlon InaKrocer.torn. . WaRoi no oh-
Jcct. Ooodrifcruiccs. Address "James , " Urn
WANTED-A good turn of horses or mules
for farm work.
A. W. TDLLBVa , 108 1'carl St.
AOEKCV Wanttdbyayonngand enterprlslcir
attoincv , ttlih olllce In crntro of town and
in Kround lloor. < m ta flnm th l * " a
Council llluQs repus.ntat'\a should address
JOHN DOE. Ti'f'IB
\TTANTEO-Agoodcook. O.ll at 813 M ln
VV street. MRS. A. Sl'OOR.
TTTAATED-Evtrvbody In Council Bluffs ! o
VV toi take Tui Ilii , 90 cents per week , da
llvered by carrlors , Offlco. No T VMIBtietl \
For Sale and Rent
pA&TUKAQE-l.lOO acres of first c'ais upalnd
J paUure for rtnt for 61.(0 per acre for ciass
cf 18S3. well fenced In two enclosures of ibout
6CO aid 600 ncres , ulth abunda iceof lUIng witer
In each. Kutrancn to bjihSJ miles north ofcl'y
limit * . II not leased by Apill 15 will pistura
stock by season 01 month , and keep a good man
In charge. Enqolroof L. I * JUD30K , 823Droai-
way. or 1,002 Sixth avenue. MarC-dtt
BEES In packages ot a hundred at 2(0
OLD pocxate at TUB BKI olllce , No. 7 Pearl
A N olllco , mo tad\anta ; consly eltuatod , offers
tdnk room In return for rcrtlcu : gas , fuel ,
etc. , furnished. Address , "Oaicc , " Bi otllco ,
r. O KOXONDSON , 1. b. SIIUaiKT. A. W. BTKIIt ,
President. Vlco-Pics't. Cashier.
Organized under the laws ot the SUto of Iowa
Authorized capital. 300.CCC
luterott paid on tlma deposit ) . Drafts Usaed
on the principal cities of the United Utatu anc !
Rarope. Special attention given to collectloni
and corrcipondsnco with prompt retnros.
J. D. Edmundion , E.L.Qhugart , J.T 1
. W.WaUMe , J. W. Rodfer , I. A U
A.W. Btrecl. Jr
A Specialty of Fashionable and Durable
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
CONSISTENT WITH FIRST OLASS GOODS IS OUR OLAiM.
I'LnASE CALL AND EXAMINE CUR
We ask the attention of the public. Our
JSkSP3P33C3EJ 3E * &OXW ,
And there Islioro you will alvrajs find us.
Z. TLINDSEY&CQ. ,
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs , I rnwn
West Side Square , Olarinda , / IOWA'
DUQUETTE , GUIBERT & CO. ,
( Successors to EltB & DUQUETTE ) ,
1C nnd 18 Pcarl-st. , Council Blu.Ts , la.
M. GALLAGHER ,
Now Store , Fresh Goods , Low Prices. Polite Attendants.
of the Metropolitan Hotel , Lower Broadway
PETER C. MILLER
WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL
AND WINDOW SHOES PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ,
FRESCOINaiN MODERN STYLES KOS-18 AND 20
North Alain Ntreet.
NILE ABSTRACT 0 F FICE.
CT. "CRT. SB < S TO" I 3EC 13 An 4BG > .
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW BATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS
OU SIL BLUFFS IOWA'
M. T. DAVIS , Prenldent. N. B. EASTON , Secy.
J , 0. HOFFMAN , Vice Proa. 0. HULBURT , Adjuater. X. .
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE CO.
Insures Live Ftook Against Loss by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Office , 103 Pearl Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA. w-
The only company in Iowa that will insure
your stock against Iocs from any cause whatever.
Owners of Stock will consult their own Intcrctt If , when
Insuring their Stock , tncysfc thaith * policy Includes all
, ho losses they may hat e , and be sa'lsflcd with nothing less.
For further information call on or address
3D. L. SMITH , Local Agent , - - - - Office , No. 9 Main Street.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
For Engines , Boilers , Castings , Repairs and
Pond Ordera to JOHN GILBERT , Manufacturer ,
Corner i Etrcct and 8th Avenue , Council Bluffj. Prompt attention to orJcra. The t )
Woikmanthlp and Reasonable charges. fcb 10
Tli t never require crimping , at Mrs. J. J. Quod's Hair Store , at prices never before touched by
oy other hair dealer. Also full line of switches , etc. at greatly reduced prices. Also gold , .
ver and colored note. Waves made from hdles1 own hair. Do not fall to call before pnrchailnc
. ' . . .where. All good , w nn .d aa represented. K
Highly-Bred Trotting Stallions ,
Owned by Dr. O. W. Archibald.
1883 BBA8ON 1883
NORMONT Dark chestnut horse. 15
hands high , foaled 1879 ; biol by ( Jen , W. T-
W.tbcrs , LonlnKtonKy ; by Almont , dam Norm -
m n ilala hy Alexanders Norrann , the site of
Lulu , record 2:15 : ; Alreont by Alexander's Abdal-
lah , alro of Ooldsml h Mttld , r cortl 2:14. : Al-
mont hiHtlicd fO horses with record * la > :30 and
bct-er , nd .1 < vith records In J:20 : and hi tter.
GLEN WOOD l hestnut torril home. IS
h m.B high , toil a 18TC , bred by I'llny Nicholas ,
Esq. , West Liberty , Iowa , by W i > 8le , damn flnu
Kentucky bredmtre , ( licmvcod U a lanjo pow
erful horse , wolsha 1,150 pounds , haj gnat stjle
and speed , and his j ro\eu himself n most excel
Tlii'je lioriea possesi rare Indh Idual excellence ,
lid choice breeding. These highly bred stal-
1 ODS will make the > prlng season of 1883 at the
Oounoll Bluffs Driving Park
At S35 Etch , to Insure.
For further Information apply Savings'S.
SAMUEL COLUUJIN , Trainer ,
Council Bluffs Drlvlnp I'urk.
EOWIU J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
, Council Bluffs.
W. R. VAUGHAN :
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
Omaha and Council Bluffs
Real Estate & Collection Agonoy.
n Odd Fellow B block , over Savings'
S. E. MAXON ,
'OL ? XI O ' 37.
Office over savings bank.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , lorra.
MORGAN , EELLEE & 00 , , :
3xrx > 3Ei cto ? fkjncoEi xt
TheUncst quality ft'id largest stock wet ol
Chicago of A ooden and McUllo Cases. Calls at
tended to t all hours. We defy competition n
quality of roods or prices. Our Mr .Morran has >
served ivs uaucrtakcr for forty } ours and thor
oughly unotwatauds hi tiune . Warerooma ,
311 llrcadwoy. UPHOUITERUiO In all lt
branches promotly attended to .a'so carpetla
ing ana mniDrequIns. I'elegraphlo aua uut or
ders filled Mlhout delay. _
OPHOER & PUSET ,
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Ooiuicil fflnffi , la.
Established , - - 1868
Dealers In Foreign tud Dotaoetio Kichinje
ml hnma nec
tQOA TAiI.ai. aautiii dJt'Antr
Prnldenl. Tien Pfcj'J.
W. fl. DKtua , Oil. aad TCM.
Lincoln , Heb-
Corn Plnntera HrTTOWB.Fann RoUera
BulU7 Hay llanos , Buoaot Eloyatlna
Wlndrallle , < Sto
We ai piepmed to dj Job work cd nuaulio
turloj for other paitlef.
to tie WK11K4BKA UANUrACTUHUIO
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