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DA1LBEEGOUjKlili J5LlPJFS ) jOWA APJKIL 10
The Daily Bee.
Tueadftv Morning , April 10.
iOBSORimON BATES !
BT Cdiner , - - - - - SO cent * per we k ,
/Mull . . . . . . 110.00 ftt Yaar ,
OSJoo : No. 7 Pearl Street , Neal
Bomo one nlwnys In the office.
Sen Joseph Rciter'i spring styles.
Additional loa&l on seventh pa e.
Store your stores with Derol &
Fen SALK A car load of hone ? , at
W. 0. Holland's Livery Sublo , on Main
rlst Is Insane , and ho will RO to Sit.
Flouant , to say the authorities.
Jmtlcn Schurz Is ad Interim judge of
the supieme court , Aylesworlh havhiK
taken a brlot vacation.
For complete unreliability , a certain
p p r wo know of , and not very far away ,
Li becoming notorious.
Tbo 0. , R. I. & 1' . H. R. brought In
the Chicago run Monday with tbo usual
heavy - all for the west.
Judge Vaughan IB nt hcmo iiicV ,
Ikohteles auction was too much for onr tx >
n > yorbul he is not seriously indlspoied ,
WAWTIU > ; Situation at any kind of
work. I am n mason by trade , Address
Henry Pilce , city , or leave word at BE *
The' police are up to several little
games of the orookr , and we will hear
about the unearthing of n jewelry plant
George Blarlm , the popular shoe
dealer on Sjuth Main street , has made ar
rangement to accommodate the large stock
of boots and thoea ho cipocta dally from
The Council Bluff * lodge cf the Iowa
Legion til Honor have leased the Knights
of Labor hall , and their meetings will be
held there hereafter on th * first and third
Saturday eights of each month1. '
Two follows calling themselves Tom
Tough and John Puff , were on aipree Sun
day night. The Judge thought they had
broken the laws ot both Oed and man. So
ha put on an extra fifty cents , Having no
aoney they went to jail.
p-Thcte is no earthly chance for Brusher
or Lyons. They are sure o ! a term in the
penitentiary. Such policemen at Edgar
and Brooks are worth having , This is only
one of a series of big" feather * they have
put in their caps In tbo last few weeks.
The names of John T. I'ultlwln nnd
W. H. M. Puccy nra nut of tlio kind that
newspaper malice can harm. Theie gen
tlemen need not pay any attention to tbo
parties who tro Inalrnotod to o pose them
with the peccll BO IOCK as their course of
life alters not.
Mr. J , P. Vincent was in the city yen-
tardily. Mr , V. is one of the chief men
of the extensive works at Florence , near
Omaho , known antho "cut-oil works. " Ho
wants men nnd ho is paying liberally , alio
a few teams are wanted , 800 ad.ln special
Thrvt big hole in the ground on the
astridoof Main street at the Junction
with Pearl , meant ! that the Hon. D. 0.
Bloomer Is going to build a , two-ttory
brick block there. The excavation is
nealy complete for the cellar , and a huge
pila of brick nhovn up in front for ma
Now is the time to fix up your house ,
and when taking out the old oarpeU and
old furniture , stoves , etc. , don't forget thtt
A , J. Mandel it anxious to buy anything
of value In that line , ad If you are Want-
lag goods , remember that nevr and old
bouse f drubbing goods are kept In "great
variety by A. J. Mandel , 825 Broadway.
In Jude Aylesworth'i hall of justice ,
PJerson vs. Swickard occupied the close
attention of the court. A hundred dollai
bone was the subject matter In dispute ,
The case was taken under advisement
and the judge will renderhls decision whei
he hu fully noted the weight of alt thi
points made by the learned counsel.
In Justice Abbott's court 8 , and J ,
Btonestreet appeared to answer the ohargi
of felonious ! } appropriating the stall o
life , or iti near relative sack of flour
On the trial of the canse no trial wai
had the proiecntlng wltnois fulling ti
prosecute. The gunny sack which con
talned the flour ot the family fint namec
had no brand on It-hence It could'not b
Identified , but * gunny sack it1 was unl
verstlly voted was o new style rcoeptaol
f r flour. .
The article In ycstflrday'n f KK , In
gard to L. Pratt , does great Injustice t
that gentleman. Hon. W , F , Sapp calle
yesterday , and stated that Mr. Pratt vrs
aot arrested ; that he was his counsel , an
that he acd Mr. Wright , attorney for tb
Union Paclfia , had an omlcablo arroiigi
mint , and as Mr. Pratt wished an Invest
cation made they went on his bond. Mi
Pritt claims that he has noteinbeule
any funds , and la order to hare a thorong
Investigation the above amicable arrang
ment WM made. We are sorry we ha\ \
been the Innocent cause of an ? Injustice I
The boat Spring modlolno known
that wonderful tonlo , Brotrn'a Ire
Those Imported birds nt Brackott
are all singing nicely.
Bargain * in Dry Good * .
T am now settled in my now cioro c
Main and Pearl atreete , eccond doi
below the postoffioo , where I om nr
pared to show yon aomo apecla ! Da
gains In dry goods. Good , hone
goods at the lowest piicBsposslblo , wi
be my motto. I intend yon aball hai
no excuse to cross the river for di
goods. Standard Tnrlcoy rod tab
damask , fast colon , forty cents pi
yard. Linen towels , fifty eonts pi
pair , worth eighty cente. Fine blue
silks at 1,25 per yard , warranted n <
to cat. Black and colored cosbmen
la all grades at Omaha prises. 0
In and see. No tronblo to how good
I will have In a few days a full line <
patterns. Very respectfully ,
J. R. DAVIDSON.
A friend to the rich and poor. .
Medicine that strengthens and heal
, I * Brova'i lion Bitter * .
Conductor Bond last night ran the CAD.
non Ball out on the great Wabssh ,
The IMcn register dliplnyed names on.
derthe heading ot Monday , as folio wo :
D. S. Mint , A. W. Wood , A. T. Clave-
land , Chicago ; W. I ) . Oilman , Kansas
CltyE.V. ; . Hlbber.l . , Missouri Valley ]
Wm. M. SmIUi , S. Link
The Pacific house register gives us the
following names for Monday's arrivals ;
Oeo. W , Outer , Dei Molnes ; M. Hlley ,
Milwaukee ; E. K. Cadwell , banker , Dun.
lap ; P. M. Keyes. Red Oak ; 0. 0. Bur
roughs , Decatur , III. ; D. H. Feed , Mon-
on , I , J. W , Goudon , Liveland ,
Col. John Llndt , the' gentleman who
will K ° farther and spend tnoro money to
help a soldier than any other gentleman we
can think of , Is doing all he can to combine
the soldiers and sailors by making them
members of the soldiers brotherhood , the
Grand At my of the Republic. Comrade
Llndt will muster a post at Macedonia on
the 20t Inst.
The best preparation of Iron a dee <
tor can pr.'Hcrlbo la Brown's Iron Bit
tern , bocAUno It does not Inj are the
tooth ca other Iron medicines will ,
Northern Nobmslca Lands.
W. W. WiUlnco , oar coal dealer , jant
returned from a trip through northern
Nebraska , reports the country a beau
tiful ono. Ho n ya , however , that
tbo lands are largely In the hands of
speculator's. This curse of now conn-
tries shows Itself everywhere , and
men who oxpoot to own land ahonld
loae no tlmo in securing It before a
monopoly prlao elands botwoou them
and the heritage of the pooplo.
Vo notlco the Marriage Fund , Mutual
Trust Association , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa ,
highly spoken of In many of the lending
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" hoods their advertisement In
another column of this caper. f5-Sm
The vlgllanoo of Jailor Shontz , on
yesterday , enabled him to discover
poaitlvo ovldonco of n serious plqt ,
looking tea contemplated jail dolovery.
The prisoners had removed a certain
lead fixture connected with the water
cloaot arrangements , and at ( heir
loiuaro had run it Into throe balls of
suitable size. They covered those
with buckskin from an old pair of
gloves , carefully out and sowed , which
being wrapped fwHh thread and far-/
nishod with A * loop foVtno wriut , made
ft * most .formidable weapon of the
sluugahot variety. It la moat fortu
nate that this dleoovory wati'ao oppor
tunely made , for tho1 slungthota were
carefully hidden above the Iron roof ,
whore they wcro found , and were In
readiness to b6 uaed on the heads cf
thoiso who stood in the wayof an os-
ythor White aaya that Mr. John
Qdmmor'a oowa got out , and ho came
down to the ponnd , oouoldorlng that ,
aa it was tbo duty of the poundmaator
to gather in the stray bovinoa , ho
would find his milkers thoroandwhon
the cow border told him that ho would
have to look further for his cows , ho
wi a all broke up nnd considered the
ponnd a failure. John aaya the ponnd
Oktahca tbo cnwa thac hadn't ought to
be caught , while the truant bovlnos
seem to got away without any dlfil
There la onJy ono state institution
for the education of the sightless , and
it is called the Iowa college for the
blind. Dr. J , F. Whlto , of our city ,
who la a member ot Its board ol
trustees has just returned from ) th'o
quarterly mooting at the college !
which is located at Vlnton , Benton
county. Ho tells us that the institu
tion ia In a very flourishing condition ,
with an increased attendance , bat
that there la room for plunty more
that should bo thero. The work boltg
done is one of great benefit to tho'un-
'oftnnato individuals who Have "Ibal
; helr sight , and la highly appreciated
by all who are Interested. The laal
legislature appropriated money for th <
employment of an oonllit. This hai
boon done and his work is quite a'atis
'aotory , ho having operated oncoess
'nlly In numerous oases.
There Is domestic infelicity In th
family of Mr. Charles Carroll. Charley
loy tolls us that his wife his left hi
bed and board to yo after other mo
and that during the absence ot he
Hogo lord she has been playing Eliza
bcth to a Becoher kuom us ' Unole
and who ia a huoketnr by profosslo
and a bad man generally , BJr. Oai
roll hue sold hlu household gooda an
la all broken up Whether thla 1
truth or fiction wu know not but Ohm
ley ia vouched for as a good man an
Ohiof Fields Is stocking op the p <
lloo headquarters In good ahapo. Di
asaortmont of ready made olothlnf.
boots and shoos , although not largo , I
ol exoollsnt quality , and having boo
secured without money , It will bo , dli
posed of without price to Its lawfi
owners when the same have been nscei
talned. It aooras that the 0. B. & Q
freight cars have been raided more o
leas for months paat. A dotooth
waa employed to work np the oaao be
no duo waa obtained until a youn
man named 0. W , Lauderorn came t
Officer Sagarand told him that h
waa offered a ault ot clothes by a part
that talked and aotod very strangely
Edgar imolled a long tailed rodent
and told the chap to make his pui
ohaaca andjho would shadow the thlol
After skirmishing around for houri
the dealer in ready made clothing an
plciously on tearing something , n
fused to take the customer to th
place where he had the articles planted
od , but said that ho would brln
him a suit and told hli
that * a widow woman wit
a sixteen year old boy kept the fenoi
or theft's place for hiding goods , bi
that the old woman was hona
enough , and It wouldn't do to Ul
him there. This was reported I
Edgar , and he then know whore tl
stuff was/ although the Informatk
; 1- , .
was given without name nr location to
guide him , but a thorough policeman
don't rcrjnlio much of a hint to net
upon Ldgar then secured the as
sistance cf Cilier Brooks , and to
gether they watched proceedings until
the fruit waa rlpo for picking ; then
they put the Ircua on the thief nod
the informer , the latter arrcat was a
blind , and safely caging the blrdr ,
questioned the thlof about his accom
plices and found that Theodore
Lyons , yard watchman at the
0. B , & Q , freight yards was
a partner. In half an hour "Big
The , " as ho is called , had the exquisite
pleaauro of being a prisoner on the
charge of grand larceny and then they
took him to the house where the gooda
were ntorcd , and after dllllgent aoaroh
they found an old barrel in the cellar ,
pretty woil filled with calf skin boots.
Farther search revealed a big gunny
sack filled with clothing of the best
Another man , name unknown , woo
evidently more interested than an
honest man could bo , and ho waa In
troduced to the hand cnfla. The thief
registered aa Charles Brnab. "Big
Tho" waa a very honest and much
abused man until the jailor found In
bla pockota the taga ho had taken from
the clothing , then ho broke down
'When People exchange ) social
greetings , couvlvlalty is oromoted by a
glnss of "Hub Punch. " This admirably
prepared punch , impromptu , Is delightful
cither with water or lemonade. Replenish
your sideboard with it.
It dooa aoern to un from Braokott'e
display on the sidewalk last Saturday
that ho had baby carriages enough to
supply the onliro state of Iowa , and
part of Nebraska too.
Doings of the Olty Oouuoll.
The mayor and five aldermen re
sponded to the roll call at the city
building last evening , Alderman Mo-
Mahon being the abaont member.
After the ordinary preliminaries a
number of bills for labor wore read
and allowed , all other bills being laid
The petition of A. 0. Graham for
thn fixing of the olrcna licenses at
$150 was referred.
The petition of A. 0. Graham for
certain privileges In the way of Im
provements was referred' .
The petition for the Improvement
of Indian creek , by piling the places
whore the banks are washing away ,
waa referred to committee of the entire -
k' Mr. E. L. Shugart addroaiod the
oonnoll In favor of a brick circular
iwor along tbe crock.
1A petition for the right of way along
Union avonno for the Union Pacific ,
and proposing to deliver freight and
pasaongufft on Broadway , at Ita junc
tion with Uuiou nvonuo , waaproHontod ,
and on motion a committee of throe
uldormon and throe cltlzene , including
the mayor was appointed to Investi
gate the matter and report.
A dlBonsslou of the question revealed -
voalod objections to the nbandonmont
of that avonno to any railway , but a
general doairo wan uiulfeatod that
Bomo other route should bo oolootod.
The following commlttoo was ap
pointed : Aldermen E. L. Shu
gart , A. M. Pdlmer , and E. 0.
Graham , in conjunction with the committee -
mittoo on streets and alloys from the
A petition for a lamp peat and a
oonplo of sprinklers oamo up and was
Tbo bond of Oity Clerk Grutman
wna presented and anproved.
Bids for curbing and filling lowei
Main atroet wore opened. Wlokham
Bros , were the lowest bidder ou stone ]
M. A. Moore waa the only bidder foi
Mr. Shugart urged expedition. The
blis wore referred with power to act ,
The city attorney reported that the
chief of the fire department held the
bfilco for ono year and not during good
behavior is provlonsly statod.
The Bluff street "extension waa re
ported adversely. 'Final action , post
Adjourned to the evening ot Mon
Brown's Bronchial Troches will relievi
Bronchlti * . Asthma , Catarrh , Consump
, lve and Throat-diseases. They are use <
always with good suqoeM.
sir-Millions of packages of the Dla
mend dyes have been sold without i
ilnglo complaint. Everywhere the ;
are the favorite Dyes.
COUNCIL BLCriS MARKET.
Corrected dally by J. Y. Fuller , mei
ohandlse broker , buyer nud shipper c
grain and provision * , 119 Pearl street.
WHEAT -No. 2 spring , 7 < 5c ; No. 3,63
rejected 50o ; good demand.
Coiuv-Dealers paying S3 : ; rejects ,
corn Chicago. 45o ; new mixed. * 8o ; whit
corn , SSo , The receipts of com are lUhl
OATS Scarce and In good demand ; S ;
HAT 100@0 00 per ton.
HTJB 40oj fight supply.
Conn MKAL 125per 100 pounds.
. , ,
0 000 00.
COAI/ Delivered , hard , 11 00 per toi
soft , 6 60 per ton.
Barren Plenty and In fair demam
26o ; creamery. SQc.
Eods-JUady sale and plenty at 1 !
per dozen. i - ' ,
LAUD Falrbank'a. wholesaling at 13
PopMBT FIrmj dealers paying ISa p <
pound for turkeys and lOo for chickens.
VsQjcTABlks > P0Utoev45a ; colons , 60
cabbage * , 30iOo per dozen J : apples , 3 <
@ 3 60 pcbarwl. . i t -
City ( lour from.1 (50 tq 3 40 , ,
Buooua 2 00 ( < J3 00 per doien , " '
- BTOOK ,
OArr a 00 ® 3 60 ; calves 500@750.
HOOB Market 'for ' hogs quiet , u tt
packing bouses are closing ; shippers a :
paying 5 60 to C 60.
The grain dealers ara paying good prlci
for corn. Farmers can get from 33 to 81
now and farmers will do well to tal
advantage of those prices.
The dealers continue to pay these price
notwithstanding a marked decline at a
the other poluts. _
The bone of contention among tl :
medical fraternity can no longer t
considered St. Jacobs Oil , since dru |
gists whoso voracity can not t
doubted , and eminent physicians 111
A A. Whlto , of Plttsfield , Moss
give and corroborate their testimon
cheerfully and without solloltatloi
This speaks volumes. Provldenc
( R. I ) Democrat.
Young man or woman , if you want b
money for a small amount , insure In tl
Mamag * Fond and Mutual Trust As o <
aUon , Cedar llapida. Iowa.
Car Now Lioaa um improvement O
Investigation Into , the matter coi
as that one of the most eqnlb
Will open on April 1st an elegant and com
IT 502 BROADWAY , NFXT TO OFHOER & PUSEY'S ' BANK ,
They will carry a very
and will keep a full line of
House Furnisihng Goods.
CASADY & . ORCUTT ,
502 Broadway , Oonnoll Bluffs , Iowa.
NEW GOODS. NEW FIRM !
Nugent & Smith.
NOS. 7 AND 9 'MAIN STREET , FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF AMERI
CAN EXPRFSS OFFICE.
AIiL'.lfHE LATEST STYLES ,
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
JOHN BENO & CO , 18 Main GENERAL Street MEEOHANDI8E and' 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN ,
J. m BARS 8 OWf 111. l ) * > Oor. 6th St. nttd 5th Avo.
U/UITC OFFICE : Cor. Main and 5th , np-stalra.
JET ifnl I [ . Rraldonco , COO Willow Avonno.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
NQ1H1MD7 ) Office after February 15th , over American ExproES.
S. S. WAGNER , for fnnorah at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who'esale butter , CRR8 , poultry nnd fruit. Ship to us. Draft by return mall. 140 Broadway
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE ,
S. A. PIERCE , Cor. Main and First avonno.
PETHYBRIDCE& HERBERTS. ket , 327 Broadway.
1 C QiilTIl CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
Js Is Olfll I III Broadway. Plans and specificatlonofurnished *
V W C I.nFF.EHARN SS IAa.v * h. ° variety
that brings patronage. 124 Main street.
M ° HAN ? BAILOR , Artistlu Work
JAMES FRANEY and Reasonable Obargea. 872 Broadway ,
P OHII FURNITURE , STOYES and
OC OUNy ' Household Supplies , 303 Broadway ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block.
LINDT & HART , Practices in state and federal courts.
/ O ftft Maun'f Fine Fnrnlture.Upholstory goods
EOTflOI/CDT I I 04 UUi | Curtains and Window Shadas , 309 Byway.
Hides , Pelts , Tallow and Grease.
OBERNE , HOSICK& CO. , ChloiRO&16N MalnSt. 0. Bluffs
QANITADIIIM And bath housa'42a _ ? ? 423 Broadway. L. Sov-
orelgn , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy.
I A M D HOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 808 Broadway , opposite
A l-nlflD | Union Avonne , second door above Metropolitan.
Ill ARC OADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
If MU t Until | Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street.
BROOKLYN MARKET ,
HARRY LELAND , Cor. Eighth and Broadway
Mannf ( .f HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup
P. J. HENNESSY , plied , 8th St. , between Gth and 7th Avenno.
ItEVEBE. HOUSE. Opera Houso. Refitted. ? 1 , 81.50 per day.
I MA liner I FURNITURE , STOVES , and GENERAL
A Us lYlnNUC.L | HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES , 325 Broadway.
O OAOOCI CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
OC UHvOtL , Corner Sixth and Hatkell streets.
U A ! 1 V NEW AND' SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
, fli HLlflli GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadway.
ble , reasonable and feasible plans of
building honsea Is that proposed and
in operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company of
this city. By Inventing in shares in
this institution , which is backed by
some of our best atvl most reliable
business men , it bccoiuvs posslblo and
comparatively easy for a man of mod
erate means to socnro a comfortable
homo for himself nnd family. In tak
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , in a few
yuars a man can own a housa
of his own for about the sams as
ho pays monthly for rent. Wo
bellovo the Mercantile Loan nnd Trust
company , by organising and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want In Oonnoll Blufc. Their
plans and system of loans will bottr
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 on In.
stitatlon of value and credit to onr
city and these who desire homes.
Their president Is T. A. Kirkland ,
vice president , Judge Peake ; sec
retary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , CoL
Beabe , and their office Is in the base
ment of Bhugsrt's and MoMahon's
new block , come * Vint veanos nd
Hlghly-Brei Trotting Stallions
Owned by Dr. O. W. Archibald.
1883 . SEASON' 1883
NORMONT Dark chestnut hone. IS
bands high , foiled ItfU ; bled by Gen. W. T
Witter * . Lexington Ky ; by Almont , dam Nor
man llau by Mexaiiclei'a Norman , the > tru o
Lulu , record 2:18 : ; Altuont by Alexander's Abdul
lah , giro of Oldsml h Maid , r cord 2:14. : At
uont his tired to homes with records li > :30 am
bcfcr , and 3 fith records In 2.H ) and b. tter.
GLENWQQD-lhcstimtfotrtl horse. IS
hau Bbigh , JoaT J1870 , bred by 1'llny Mct-olu
K * | . , \Veut Liberty , Iowa , by Wipsle , dama flno
K ntucky bred m.re , G cnwood 1 a largo | XIH
erful horee , weighs 1,1(01 > undn. ha gnat btjle
and ipcod , and hu jroien himself a mod. cxcoi
These horees poescsi rare Individual excellence
nd cholcs brsoiiliiK. 'Iheaa highly bred ( tal
1 out will make the iprlng season of US3 at the
Council Bluffs Driving Park
At 135 Each , to Insure.
For further information apply to
SAMUEL COLBUHN , Trainer ,
Council Bluffa Driving Park.
EDWIN J. ABBOTT ,
Justice ot the Peace and
11BBroadway , Council Bluff * .
HA ASM & REDDISH
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 Bryadway , Council Bluff * , \
West Side Square , Olarlnda/
DUQUETTE , GUIBERT & CO. ,
( Successors to ERB & DUQUETTE ) ,
W and 18 Pearl-st. , Council BIuTs , Ia ,
E. S. COLE & CO. ,
MANUFACTURERS AMD DEALEK8 IK ALL THE MOST IMFROVKD KINDS OP
LIGHTNING RODS & ORNAMENTS.
Use Wood and 1'on PUMPS. Wood Tubing and Gaa rlpo and Pumo fixtures , for both Wood
acd Iron Pump * . Order * will receive prompt attention. . No. 004 S < uth Main Street.
. . .
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. tlS-eod'tS 1
Broadway Steam Laundry !
724 WEST BROADWAY ,
A. C. LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
TITLE .A.BJTJ AJJ Jo ) f ! c L
bands andLots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
M. T. DAVIS , President. N. B. EASTON , Sooy.
J. 0. HOFFMAN , Vice Pros. 0. HULBURT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE CO.
Insures Live Ftook Against Loss by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Office , 103 Pearl Street ,
[ COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
The only company in Iowa that will Insure
I your stuck aealnot lee B from any cause whatever.
I Owners ol Stork will consult their own InUreit If , when
' insuring their Stock , tney trr that the policy Includes all
Itholoefca they may haVe , nd be sa'lsfltd with nothing loss.
_ | ror further Information call on or address
\ ! . ' ffloe. No 9 Main Street.
B. L. 8MJTH1. L\'ocal Agftnt. - - - -
MRS. D , A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
DEVOL & WRIGHT ,
HARDWARE , STOVES , TINWARE
504 Broadway , 12 and 14 Main Street , - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
STOCK COMPLETE. PRICES LOW.
We solicit your patronace and will make it pay you to trade with u * . Mall orders a
specialty. Trompt attention and cloee prices.
For Engines , Boilers. OaetinRB , Repairs ar > d
Fenfl Orders to JOHN GiLRRilT , Manufacturer ,
Corner a btreet and 8th Avenue , Council BluHi. Prompt attention to orJeri. The >
Wotkmivnthlp nd Kea'onable ctiargea fob 10
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTIOE. 8pcl l adTertlwrnenW , sue
Los * , round , To Loan , For Sale , To Beat ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this
column at th * ow rate of TKN CUNTS 'PKB
LINE for th * first Insertion and FIVK CENTS
PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion.
Lear * adr ertlwmenU at onr offlc , No. T
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
To rent three unfurnlthel rooms
In a Rood locality. Address Room , Bis
office'WANTED Six good tallo-s , panta and cct
WANTED , at Jamet r'ranej's , the Broad way
m rciant 'alicr ' , First class ptlce liila. Coun
cil Bluff * , low a. A4St
\TTANTED A man to mOi ice cream , t A.
W Loulo'a , 524 and K7 Urcaluay. Gocd
\saecs will bvpald ,
Board aid room for wife and toy
WANTED I am on the rotd Address , with
pirtlculaia , "Board " Big Office.
ANTED Ertrybody L Council UloOs lo
to Uke Tni Dn , 20 cents per week , de ]
Itvered by carrion. Office , No T Pearl 8tret <
For Sale and Rent
T OiT , t REWARD-On Broadway between
Ij c'ty ' building and Blxth ttroet , or on Sixth
o Kliteoth avrnae , a brown atch l o ntalolrje
iDtlors and lacea Apply at OoIdUelo's tecocd
hand furniture ttote , 633 Drjadwty.
RRNT-From April 1st , a pleuantly fur-
TO rl'tod salt 0 roonu , to gentlemen. 721
Frst Artnue. _ _ _ _ _
LD BKES-In pacxagei ol a hundred at Mo
O a p ka aiTini Bti offlc , No. I Pearl
ANTED Ererybody to stcr * their store *
W with D * H tad WilgW , KM Broadwajr.
MQROAN , KELLER & GO , ,
flMPCJEJ Xt I
The finest quality a id UrJLot etock west of
Chicago ot Wooden and HetaH > Catea. Calls at
tended to at all hours. We defy Competition n
quality of roods or price * . Our Mr .Monran hat
servea aa undertaker for forty ) i r and thor
oughly UDoontaads bis husmeea. Warerooms ,
311 Brcaaway. UPHCLbTEEINO In all Ita . .
branchf uroraDtly attended to also carpet * la . - J
Ing ano laniorequlns. Telegraphic aua uia orders - * *
ders filled without delay , 511 ) n
IBS , E , J , HAKDINQ , M , D , ,
Qradaate of Electropathlc Initltutlon , Phlla
delphla , Fenna.
Office Oor , Broadway & Glenn Avo.
COUNCIL BLnrrs , IOWA.
The treatment of ill dlieties and tulntol
acultlc * peuullar to ftinalcs a tpedatly
inot. orricuu v , n. K. rusn.
OFFICEE & PUSET ,
Council Bluffis , Ia ,
Established , -
Dalen In foreland Domattia
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