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The. . Daily Bee.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ;
Saturday Morning , April 7.
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DESCRIPTION RATES :
J ? Carrier , - - - - - ! 0 cents per w < x
by 1U1I . . . . . . 110.00 per Yei
OBco : No. 7 Pearl Btreot , Ko <
roadway.
Borne onp always in'jhe ; o'fflci
MINOR MENTION.
Sea Joseph Belter's spring style * .
Additional local on seventh
-Mr. M. D. Webber is Inilldlng nl <
little dwelling on Seventeenth avenue.
Fen HALK. A car lo d of horeoi , i
W , O. HolUnd's Livery Stable , on Mai
street ,
- -M. W. Hartlgan , bailer mnkrr (
Omaha , wan over this morning looking u
but'nesi ' Bff.ilrs In bli line.
Marihal Jackioo , what quotitlo
from Oicar Wilde was It that tbo wldo'
used when she came to get her cow out f
the pjnnd ?
A new set of platform scales has bee
pnt In on the Union depot platform , fo
weighing the malli , pursuant to a circuit
juit Issued bo the pottoflke department
Nemeslt , whoever she may be , la nut
on the track of the man who is the poxve
behind the thronn of the cow ordinance
and hli corn shel'er IK liable to bi
pounded.
A. larceny and an assault and batter ]
caie were tried yesterday before Justlci
Schurz. Both defendants showed up It
such good shape that they were dig
charged.
The civet bound train over the combl
nation lines this evening will be run 01
the Rock Island road at the usual hour
Trolns'forSt. Loulu , Chicago and the oas1
will alio go out ou the Wabaah and Mil
waukce roaHs.
At the .Chicago . , Milwaukee & 8t
Paul round homo the work of fitting ur
the raachlne thop Is progressing , and will
be completed on .the arrival of the shaft ,
which la dally expected , *
Mr. God lh Sj broken ground for i
dwelling on " jvonteonth avenue for Mr ,
r Hoflman , section foreman forithe 0 , M it
8t SIB. Ssoryand nVlf will
be ) Its dimensions , Mr. Hoffman baa sold
his late re.Idence on lower Third * treet.
} l > > ' 4 A { "
Mr Martin Hughes.toontractor , la
building a brick bouse for Samuel Wetton
on Tenth avenues between Seventh and
Klghth street s. Mr. Hu hta' In also doing
the work on the Bennett Luildlpg and
Miller & OoV , hardware ttoro on Uroad-
way.
List winter we noted that a Mra ,
Spear was here from Mllwaukoa with
view to goln < Into bnilnnai at this plaoo ,
The lady returned homo ' ut in now back
ngatn and will , wo h'upo , remain to become
a permanent roiMent.
The Sulllvftn senior of the firm ol
Sullivan & Kltzjcral , has a cow boarder at
the city yards kept by our worthy pound
mailer , Mr , Sullivan ya that his cow h
a quiet , peaceable cow , And was nevei
known to do anything woree thin steal a
mouthful of hiy. ,
Ten bran new cows were Impounded
yesterday. Father White tays he hat
signed a petition to atop this pounding ol
cows and hopes the fathers of our city wil
heed the pravcru of the petitioners. Gen
rouJ indeed la the man who li willing t <
sign a petition that Is deiigned to deprive
him of office.
A cyclone would be a bad thing f 01
John Epeneter's root and stock , The tor ,
of bis atiro Is slowly but surely going iky
watd , and day light flows through thre <
feet of an elevation , which will be In.
creased until there la room below for the
econd story. And 10 we climb.
There will be an entertainment to.
night at Dohany'i bail for the benefit ol
W St. Paul'i church. The Ice cream season
will be Iniugurated although the straw
berrlei have not yet arrived and the ther.
mometer Is not high enongh to cauie anj
wilting ol collars. A social bop will ter.
mln&te the programme. Everyone is cor
dially invited.
Dick Hoaten , Kiq.a young America !
of pugilistic tendentle * and precocious Up ,
has attracted the earnest attentions ol
ome of the reputable and peaceably ln <
ollned pee le who have known Dick am ]
bis peculiarities. Mn. John Dnnn ap.
peared before Judge Aylesworth and ob.
talned n warrant for the arrest of Richard ,
The charges are profanity , obscenity and
general cussednets. To-day he has hli
trial.
The pound has a father , not Fathei
White , but another father , v ho orlgloatoc
and supports the pound ; that h , ho sup
porti U by er.forclng the cow ordinance
They say this daddy monopolizer the con
buslnew , and after crushing all opposlttoi
hehurUthe business of this city by pay
ing from four to five cents less than thi
buyers In surroundlnj towns , thus indue
ing the farmers to go eltewhera to muke
their produce.
A laboring man with a large family
whorto Income from odd jobs ot dirt shovel
Ing has not been M heavy during the pas
bard winter ai It baa been In more f avorei
times , founl his grocery bill for the las
month , .unpaid , his children bare footei
and his corn meal nearly exhavsted , whci
the news came tint bis two cown were I
the pound. The pear man vldted all ou
broken trying to mortgage the two cow
in orJer to raise the money to pay th
Cneabut up to the present time the cow
are still in tbo pound.
Brown's Uronchial Troche ? will rtllev
Bronchltl" , Asthma , Catarrh , Comutni
tlva and Throat dlioases.
. TLoy are uee
alwaya with good success.
Time.
Say , my filcnd , fix that watch fo
me. In response Mr. Krklaud teethe
the timer and glanced elmply at th
fce. Oh I see ! U mates two bout
out of ono , don't it ? Yea , that's II
Well watch U fixed ho said
, your , n
K I be handed It btck , the hale sprint ; wn
looped that's all. Ob. ohl what's th
charge ! Oh nothing. Why , do yo
know I expected to pay $3 * or f4
Exactly , buc we * don't do bnslnVst i
that way , \
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The beii Spring medicine known i
that' wonderful tohlo , Brown's Irb ;
Bitters. , ' - . ' t'
POOR DELIA BROWN.
From a Happy Ohrhtian Hon
to a Dielionorod Bravo ,
A Letter From an Only fcJiete ;
Only a few day a ago a yonng , li
tellootnal and boantlfal girl dlodi
the Revere hon o from miscarriage
poison , 6r * both combined. The cans
of her tronbleo , n man named Boai
fled , and yet ho only ran away fret
himself , for no warrant has boon 1 <
anod for his appearance.
The coroner's jary fllod to fia
any o'no rosponstblo , and owing to th
conflicting testimony it la doubtful I
a court of jastloo would euoood 1
disentangling the web and expoflo th
criminal or criminals , and yet it eoom
pitiful that not ono of the guilty par
ties are to bo protucutod.
The only sister of the victim write
to Mrs. ThompRon , the lady who carci
for Alias Drown when oho was dying
\ pathetic letter from which wo hav (
been permitted to make a few oxtraol
that wo doom to bo of general Interest
Knowing as they do , that this was ni
iotnmon strumpet , ending her owi
if o because her alns wcro too heavy t <
)9 borne , but rather that It was i
young and confiding girl , polaoued
lellberately poisoned , by a fiend wht
iad through baco aots entrapped hoi
eve , merely to use her person , one
.hat when In the course of nature sbi
) oc mo an ozpenao and temporarily i
> urdon to him , ho determined
by the aid of others and the
no of deadly polsonef | to violate
hat which Is most holy and sacred In
ho sex , even If It cost the lifo ot the
woman ho had professed to love , and
all this merely to rid himself of a
omporary encumbrance. What can
> o moro base ? But hero Is the letter ,
or rather n portion of It ,
FAIKUUKT , Nob. , April 4 , 1883.
In Mary Thompion :
DKAII MADAME : Wo are led to bo-
leva from the toner of the kind lot-
or just received from Mr. Smith that
we have found fiionds. Oh our hoard
full of Borrow ! .Delia oamo to
. ,
mother anil I trlod to
lasnado her. Mother gave her mono ;
orj/j the/expenses of the trip.
Wf j [ " "never respected , much
ess * knowv an } thing of hei
eal conditions Wo have always boon
inght to avoid associations of.no.ovil
haraoter. Wo had all confidence in
) ella. Her itenohlriga flhould hVo so
ured , fdc jioy ft nobler oqd ( hulf alto ] It
ias been otherwise decreed. All 'hoi
plaUvoa stand high in church rola-
Ibniand her homo has boon always a
Christian house. Benr was her do-
tioyer.
Our dear old mother la almost
icar'-broken , and I am just able tobr
ip. Slnoo the poor unfortunate girl
eft homo I had a constant prosoutl
nont of something befalling her ; but
God bolng my judge , I uovor thought
f this being iho result. Wo will
nxlondy await an answer from you.
Years , in deepest sorrow ,
, VIOLA ELDKUAN.
ARTISTIC.
.Talk at > outj , advertising cornloi
works ? My'friendoomo hero , I'l '
how you an advertisement that wil
boat anything that typo can do
' So wo clliutcd two pair -of - stain
"nd found ourselves in''tnorcarLJol
John Epeneter's blR-establishment
nd ou the upper Hoor'was the fronl
or the second story all laid out com
plete , and every Inch galvanized Iron ,
They say the 'English laiTgnogo li
loh , but It Is too poor to furnish the
words that will appropriately describe
hat cornice wotk.
All our citizens will see It when It li
up , so we won't have to describe it.
t is very beautiful and Include !
olumr , pilasters , friezes , capitals and
> n cndloai variety of the finest work
hat on architect can design , aud all
nlshod in the most perfect manner.
The Confidence Man.
Mr. Fred Hill , the gentleman ol
onfidentlal tendencies , is getting Intc
rouble no far that his bankers , Good-
> oy & Go. , will never be able to gel
ilm out. Yesterday ho was up before
udgo Aylesworth to ouswer a now
: harae , and finding hln defense to bt
oo weak for uno no waved uxamlua
Ion and in default of bail ho was soul
> ok to jail. Tlicro are two chargei
igalnnt him now , conspiracy and ob
alnlcg money on false protcnser.
For Couchs and lhrat Disordari
n a UROWN'S BUONOHIAL TiiooaUKs ,
Have never changed my mind respectlnf
hem from the firt , rxcopt I think ye :
letter of Unit which I HPRHD > iy thinkim
well ol.-Jev. ! lltnry Ward Mecchtr. Soli
only In box Prlcoe . 25 cent * .
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The Olty VB. The Hallways.
Information has been Clod ag&lnsl
ho 0. B. & Q. railroad and the 0
R. I , & P. for neglecting to post flat ? ,
men at their crossing ! on Main street. .
The penalty is ? 'J5 to $100 fine foi
each violation and It n the Intqntlpi
of the city officials to a trust the renro
sentatlvcs of the company as often ai
may bo necessary to compel compli
anoo by the company ,
Of conrso the general agents hen
ire not roopounlblo for the omlseliin
but it will bo apt to glvo them aom (
trouble if their
companies do no
comply with the city ordinances. Thi
cuylsntouta with the Northwestern
Oar city officials find U qulto dlfilcul
lo manage the railways.
A DOR Kignt.
Martin Hughes , a gentleman where
rides in the eastern part of the city
owns a pnrp that is sotno on the chaw
Wo don't know whether it Is a bnl
pnrp or a blaok and tan , but it IB i
fighter , and Hughes glorlen In It
pluck and Is willing to back the do |
against all comen. A strange puj
came along and Martin told his dog ti
RO in ani1 win. A policeman came ni
jnit then , He.Jud been looking fo
"oraepnotoarrstfoiJhree ; dayi , am
hero was an alder and abetter ot i
o nlne that wu creating a disturb
ance. Hughes wis srrmted , and a
his breath win not eofilo int'y ' perfnm
cd with onions to covet tbo odor t
whisky , a complaint of drunk end dla
orderly was lodged against him. Thi
morning Judge Aylosworth wofghoc
the oviclonco , found its light , nnd dls
charged the prisonor.
Spring btyles.
"Good morning. What Is thi
news' " said our reporter ,
' Oh nothing , absolutely nothing
There Is no news. "
' What , nothlngl"
"No , nothing , except I see that
yon have a new suit of clothes. S j
why is It that thcso editors that the )
say are so poor can wear such nice fit
Ing , .fino aud stylish clothing ? "
"Well , I'll tell you It dopenps olio-
Bother on the place you buy at. Now
I got this suit at Elseman's , and It cost
me just $10 CO. "
' Heavens and earth ! that suit for
810 50 , and I am wearing this outfit.
Say Rood morning. "
"Hold ou , where nro yon going ] "
"Why to Elseman's of coufeu. I
want the duplicate of that suit. "
The beat preparation of iron a doc
tor can prescribe Is Brown's Iron Bit-
turs , because It aocs not lojaro the
teeth as other Iron medicines will.
Our Land.
The scare , which was not much of a
scare after all , and which originated
with the DBS Moines Register , will
bother our people no longer. The
following letters will lay this matter
forever at rest :
DlFAHTMENT OF TUB IliTEIlIOR ,
GENERAL LAND OFFICE ,
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , April 2,1883.
Tbor. Bawman , Eeq. , Council Bluffs , la. :
Sin : lam in receipt of your letter
of the 10th lust. , asking what la nee-
oesary to bo done to unable yon to ob
tain patents upon the following de
scribed land ? , entered by Franklin
Street , county judge , In trust , for
the benefit of the Inhabitants of
Oonncll Bluffi : W i , 30 : W
i of N W * , 31 , 75. 43j S E
{ an J E J of 8 W J , 25 , 75 , 44 ; and
PfEiandEJof NW , 30 , 75 , 44.
[ n , reply I have to advise you that the
KattUter at Dos Moines has this day
been instiuuted to sign a certificate of
antry covering all the tracts described ,
to take the place of the original cer
tificates , which have been mislaid.
Bald certificate was transmitted to
them | and upon its return the matter
will recolvo-prompt attention.
RKHPJJOTFDLLV ,
N. 0 MoFABtAMD ,
Commissioner.
Since the above letter was received
Congressman Pusey has received the
following telegrams :
DKS MOINES , April 5 , 1883.
Hon. W.It , M I'asoy :
I have forwarded the certificate to
the general lanrlcillco.
F. Q. OLAKKB , Register.
WASHINGTON , D. 0. , April 0,1883.
lion. W. H. M. Puiey :
A patout will bo Issued on Oouncll
BlnflV. entry , on the rncolpt of the
certificate. N. MCFABLAND ,
OommlEsibnor.
v"o notice the Marriage Fund , Mutual
Trust Association , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa ,
highly epoken of In many of the leading
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads tholr ndvertkemeut in
another column of this unper. f 3.3m
A Fine Kesldenoe
"John R.Martin wlllfitthlsbuilding
with plumbing and gas. " That was
the sign wo saw on an elegant mansion
now being polished eft" , on Market
street , now Sjuth Second. So wo
thought hoar'ls an Item ; let's see the
whole thing. First , we , Itemized , the
bttiorii'oht , four big rooms , well lighted'
The first and second stories make nine
largo rooms , splendidly arranged.
Sliding doors on the first floor throw
all ; of its rooms tognther , at the ploae-
uro of the owner. In the front are
two fine bay wlodowe. The slope of
the lot la just sufficient tor nice dran ! <
ato. The pressed brick and cut stone
trimmings are very elegant. The
building is the now home of Simon
Eisoman.
A DARK TRANSACTION.
Pounding at The Pound.
It was the bewitching hour when
graveyards yuwu , and the dead whose
sius u-ako them rest uneasily in the
grave , troop forth to tcaro belated
lovers , when a noise like a fresh
cyclone out for a spree , startled the
donizjna of Fierce street near Glen
Avenue. From the city building the
police poured fourth to protect the
lives aud property of our citizens ,
when lo , and behold , the pound was
partly torn down and bavluus fomalua
were numerously scatUrtd around
hnntlnu for' stray spears of April
g-asa. A widow with a big axe and
oia mnaolohad wr > ught all this dev
iation , and triumphantly homeward
she and her cow wore gone
Poor woman , who can blame her ?
The cow was the man support tf her
fatherless little onoa , and 'they ' had
done to bed with no milk for their
mush , *
The Inpoondlng of a rich mau's cow
is , a good joke.bu. It is a very eerlous
matter when It comes to the homo of
poverty.
Ho IB Dead
MUSOCHI VALUCT , April 5. A few days
ngo John Moei'nnd Win. Point * bad a
brutal rough and tumble tight , lasting over
an hour , in which 1'otata hid n finger bit
ten cff and Mots lost hli uoie. Point *
died from IcCurloi to-day. The miarrel
\vai about a woman , for whose uilectlou
they were tlvala.
The above telegram was rocolvcd In
this oltyycotorday , and it fully confirms -
firms the stand tukon by the BEE
that this was n caio that required
moro vigorous sotlou than the authorl-
tea have bsetowed upon it. It was
evidently a case not for a justice and
a constable , but for a sheriff and the
higher court ; , and yet the t-ffbrU that
were made to bring the guilty to jus
tice only brought condemnation on
the headi of the meu who spent their
time try Ing to find some ono to dis
charge .their duties In the. premises.
What hayo wo got officers foil Is
there 'any ono now , who. thinks this
case worthy of his attentlotf. ' '
Our N0w.LxMm.Buu improvement Uo
Investigation Into the matter con *
us that one of the most oquita-
ORCUTT
Will open on April 1st an elegant , and com
plete
IT 502 imOADWAY , NEXT TO OFFICER & PUSEY'S ' BANK ,
They will carry a very
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. liSt JKlM " iff ZRT aU "Tf9 . i 4S5S. 2p JL " " * % * 4 J + JcSk. ' '
and will keep a full line of
House Furnisihng Goods.
OASADY & . ORCUTT ,
G02 Broadway , Council-Bluffs , Iowa.
NEW GOODS. NEW FIRM !
Nugent & Smith ,
MERCHANT TAILOR
JOS. 7 AND 9 MAIN ST11EET , FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF'AMERI
CAN EXPRFSS OFFICE. *
HiL THE LATEST STYLES ,
ARTISTIC WORKMANSHIP.
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
IflUU RCIiflJBi On GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
JUllll PERU PC UUi | 18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Streot.
MAX MOHN , HOUSE.
J. M BARSTOW. M. D. Cor. 5th OFFICE St. and : 5kb Ave.
U/UBTC OFFICE : Cor. Main and 5th , uo-Hlalrs.
_ JC fllii I C | Rcsldonco , 609 Willow Avenue.
H. SCHUBZ , Office after February 15th , over American ExproDB.
LIVERY AND FEED. WILL- CONTRACT
S. S. WAGNER. for funerals reasonable . ratca , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & CO , GASH BUYERS ,
Wko'ctale butler , fgue , poultry and Jrult. Ship lo us. Draftby return mail. 148 Broadway ,
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
B. A. PIERCE , Cor. Main and First avonue.
PETHYBRIDCE & HERBERTS.
QMTU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
GC OlVll I llB Broadway. Plans and epecificitlons fornlshodf
W" Ml CUCDMAII In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
Ifi that brlnga patronage. 124 Main street.
I AMCC ; CDAUCV MEROQANT TAILOR , Artistic , Work
J Mill CO rnHnlLfy and Reasonable Oaarges. 872 Broadway.
P Cny FURNITURE , STOVES and
OC UUI1 | Honsohold Supplies , 303 Broadway.
I lynT if IIADT ATTORNEYS. AT LAW , James Block.
LlllU I IX Blnn I j Practices in state and federal courts.
s/CDT O On Maim'f Fine FnrnUure.Upholstory goods
EOTnf I I OtUUn Curtains and Window Shadea , 309 BVoy
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DMBNE , HOSICK & CO. Chicago & 15 N MalnSt. 0. BlnfTa
B A U IT A Dl 1IA4 And bath house , 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Sov-
Emm InnlUlwI erelen , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy.
AMD BOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 808 Broadway , opposite
Ri UHlllD | Union Avra , second door nbovo Met-opolitau.
ill ARC OADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
If HUH Until | Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street.
I Cl AMIBROOKLYN .MARKET ,
LCLnlllCor. . E-ghth and Broadway
j UrygJCCDV Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup-
Ui Is til II COO 11 pHed , 8'h St. , between 6th and 7th Avenue.
D ClfC ffC UfillGC SMITH & NORTON , Broadway , opp. New
flE-VtuC , tl' IIO i Opera House. Rsfittod. ? 1 , S1.50 per day.
I MA linC I FURNITURE , STOVER , and GENERAL
A Ui llinhUtL , HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES , 325 Broadway.
DE GAY & CASSEL , CONTRACTORS Corner Sixth and and Haakull BUILDERS streets.
AI MV NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
WU nLlfll ) GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadwoy.
ble , reasonable and feasible plans of
building houses is that proposed and
In operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company of
this city. By Inventing in shores in
this institution , which is backed by
some of our best aud most reliable
business men , it becomes possible and
comparatively easy for a man of mod-
crate moans to secure a comfortable
homo for hlmsolf and family. In tak
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , in a few
years a man can own a honso
o ! his own for about the cams no
ho pays monthly for rout. We.
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
up for bmalueos , having filled a long
felt want In Oouncll Bluff * . Their
plans and system of loans will bear
the most careful scrutiny and exam
ination , and wo have no hesitancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and integrity. As the com
pany exists , it becomes at once an in
stitution o'f value and credit to our
city and those who desire homes.
Their president is T. A. Klrkland ,
vloo president , Judge Ppako ; sec
retary , I. R , BeeryjTtreasfuor , OoL
Beobo , and their ofllcals in-.the base-
ment' of Shugari'r atjd McMahon's
new "block.'corner - ' " " i
Pearl street.
Highly-Bred Trotting Stallions
Owned by Dr. 0. W. Archibald.
1883 SEASON 188
NORMONT Dark chestnut horae. li
hands high , foaled 18M ; bred by den. W. T
Withers. Lexington Ky ; by Almont , dam Nor
man HUM by Alexander's Krrinau , the ulru o
Lulu , record 2:18 : ; Alicont by Alexander's Abdal-
lab , Bird pf GdJsml h Maid , r cord 2:14. : Al
mont hisslrrd JO horses with rfcorJa l.i 2:30 : am
bct'cr , and 3 'vh | ( records In 2 0 and b < tier.
GLENWOQO-lhcstnutForrel horse. II
htn < ji nigh , Joal.dwe , bretl by 1'llny Nicholas
Ew | . , West Llborty , Iowa , by Wipsle , dam a flni
Kt mucky bred m re , Gienwcod 1 * a largo paw
erlul horse , wulghn 1,160 p-iunds , la grcnt nty ! <
and spevd , and his ire > en hlnuell a moj. cxcei
lent sire.
Thcsa horca paeatsi rare Individual excellence
tnd cholw fcrcoilntr. 'ihcao highly bred ntal
1 oas will IIUKO the prln eeaton ol 1SS3 at the
Oounoil Bluffs Driving Parl
At 835 Eaoli , to Ininro.
For further InformsUon opply to
SAMUEL COLBUKN , Trainer ,
Council Bluffa Driving Park.
innrl3-dlm
EDWIN J. ABBOTT ,
Justice ot the Peace and
Notary .Public.
ifiBroadway , Council Bluffs.
HANAN & REDDISH
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 Bryadwav , Council Bluffs , VTr wA
West Side Square , Olarlnda/1UVVA <
DUQUETTE , GUIBERT & CO.
( Successors to ERU & DUQUETTE ) ,
16 and IS Poarl-st. , Council Blu.Ts , la.
M. GALLAGHER ,
G-E-OOE H
New Store , Fresh Goods , Low Prices. Poltte Attendants.
First Door East of the Metropolitan Hotel , Lower Broadway
leb3Iytuth. . _ _ _ ] _ _
PETER O. MILLER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ANU WINDOW SHOES PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ,
FRESdOIN&lN MODERN STYLES. „
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 FFIGE.
, - . TXT sta > XT I DEC S3 JSa O O.
l/auas and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN'AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
OUHCIL BLUFFS - IOWA
M. T. DAVIS , President. N. B. EASTON , Secy.
J. 0. HOFFMAN , Vice Pros. 0. HULBURT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE CO.
Insures Live c took Against Loss by .
THEFT OR DEATH.
Office , 103 Pearl Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The only company In Iowa that will insure
your stock agalntit lots from any cause whatever.
Owners ol S to. k will consult their own Interett If , when
Insuring tliolr Stock , treystr tba * thn policy IrcluJesall
the losses thry may have , nil be sa'leflcd with nothing lees.
_ For further lufornmllcn i-ail on or address
51. U SMITH. .Local Agent , , - - - - ' fflce. No 9 Main Btrpet.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
DEVOL & WEIGHT ,
HARDWARE STOVES , TINWARE
STOCJMET. XIVCIi
504 Broadway , 12 , and 14 Main Street , - ! COUNCIL BLUFFS.
STOCK COMPLETE. PRICES LOW.
Wo solicit your patrons ? e and will make it pay you to trade with UB. Mail orders a
cpecUlty. Prompt attention ana cloce prices.
For Enginea , Oaatinen , Repairs
MACHINERY.
Peni Orders to JOHN GILBERT , Manufacturer ,
Corner a btreot and 8th Avenue , Council DluHj. 1'rompt Attention to orJeri. Tht >
Wnikmnmhlp > nrt Heonalle cnnrsea feb 10
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE.-3p cUl ftdvertlMmenta , sue
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Salt , To Bent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted lo this
column at the ow rate of TEN CENTS FEE
LINE for the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER , LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion.
Leave aJv ertlsemenU at our office , No. T
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
Wants.
\T7ANTEn-To rent three uufurnlihei rooms
VY la a good locality. Addiees lloora , U
OSes'
OSes'WANTKD Slxgoodtallo's , pants nd ccat
WANTKD at Jamm Kranuj'a , the IUoaday
m'rcsant "allor. Kir t class pi Ice pit a. Coun
cil Binds , Iowa. A4-St
Ainaii toraiko Ice cicam , t A.
WANTED , 621 acd B27 IJfoalway. Ooed
naves v111 be paid.
Board and rcom for wife and hey
WANTED am on tbe raid jvddrees , with
p rtlculat , "Boaid " B K OlBca.
1'ORTKiW.nts a situation In \vholesile
A hou.o. Addreis 0. B. , B B offlco , Council
UIuSi-
MASON by trade , and willing to work at
A alracit anj thing , Is eteklng a job Address
"Mason. " this office. .
- by baker ol 10 year ,
WANTEO-Sliuatlon or address Omaha hou-e ,
Omaha Nebraska. 430 181
For Sale and Bent
. t BEWAUD-On Broadway between
LOST. bulUIng and Sixth itcoet , or on Sixth
to KUvJoth artnue , a brqwn latch. ! o'DtalolDZ
totlcns and lace * Apply at OolditeloJ * locoid
hand furniture store , 633 Br. > adw y ,
KENT-From Apr" ! ple nlly ;
TO thbedsult o ( rooms , to geutlomtn. 721
Frst AT nue ,
MORGAN , KELLER & 00 , ,
flL.-Hc.iEi xt
The Uncst quality V'd ' larvest stock we t ol
Chicago o ! w ooden and lleUllc Case * . Calla at
tended to it all hours. We ilelr ccunpetltlon n
quality ol roods or price * . Our llr Jlorgan hM
terrea u undertaker for forty ) on and thor
oughly UDoontaudi hli huMnem. Wareroomi.
311 Broadway. UPnOLUTERIlNG In all It *
branchfa Drornotly attended to 'a' ' o carpetla
log and lanmrequlns. I'elegraphlo auu uia 01-
dera fllled without delay. t _
MBS , 1 , . J , HAEDINO , M , D , ,
Medical Electrician
AND
GYNEOOLOQIST.
Graduate ol Electropathlo InttltatloG , PhlU
delphla , Pem > .
Offlca Cor , Broadway 6 Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL . IOWA.
The tieatrannl cl Ml dtictitti nd ptlntul
( cultles pocullir lo tansies a epeclallj
tnos. orrioiu. w. n. M. roirr.
mm & PUSEY ,
o * F
. Council Bluffs , la.
Established , * u 1868
Dal n to rorttia and DomwU. behaart
nd