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    DAiJj > BEE -COOtfl/i - . .BLUFFS IOWA MOKDA * APKIL 30
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The Daily Bee.
COUNCIL BLUFFST
Monday Morning , April 30.
CBSORIPTION BATES :
ly Carrier , - - - - - SO cents per wesk.
- - - - - - 110.00 f t Tear.
Offloo : No. 7 Pearl Street , Now
rosuJway.
MINOR MENTION.
See Joseph Better1 ! spring itylei.
Addition * ! local on seventh pwe. |
CHKAP RAILROAD TICKETS , Day them
rom D. W. Dtuhnell , 6 doors north oi
pottoffioe. mU
The Ooy homo la being improved
Inside and oat.
The funeral services of David By-
water were hold yesterday afternoon.
Remenyl , the world renowned violinist
linist , it to appear hero thla ovoulng.
The Ronnd T blo moots to-morrow
evening at the residence of H.V. . Til-
ton , 810 Sixth avonuo.
Rev. W. H. Avery , of Mason Oily ,
occupied the pnlplt of the Baptist
ohnroh hero yesterday.
A minion waa hold yesterday at the
Catholic church , oondnoted by Rev.
Father O'Shoa , Oook and Henry.
J , N. Oasady la grading his ground
near the Mill school , preparatory to
the erection of a fine residence.
Henry Wagner opened np his now
sample room on Broadway Saturday
night. Ho has fitted It up very at
tractively.
The veterans at Macedonia formed
formed a post of the G , A. R , last
Friday night , there being 25 members
to start with.
Arrangements are being made to on-
tabllih the telephone In Glarlnda and
Shenandoah , and to connect with
Council Bluffs.
Mr. McOlarg has completed the pur
chase of lots at the corner of Pearl
and Bitth Avenue , and will proceed nt
once with the erection of the crocket
factory.
Judge Aylciworlh is off to-d y for
Chicago , and Justice Vaughn is to preside -
side ever the police doings at 0 o'clock
and will then return to his ofllco.
There are now eighteen prisoners in
the jail awaiting the action of the
grand jury and six others on short
Bonteiioos , making twenty-four in all ,
and all belonging to this county ,
There have boon a few cases ol
scarlet fever reported In the city , and
much uneasiness Is naturally caused ,
especially among thoss who have chil
dren.
dren.An
An unusually interesting prayer
mooting was hold yesterday afternoon
at the Y. M. 0. A. rooms , Mr. Wei-
donsall , of the national executive
oommltteo , being present.
Prof. Farnham is to lecture at the
Bloomer school to-morrow evening ,
before the members of the Ohatau-
qua club , his subject bolng "Astron
omy. "
The Oakland Acorn has already
made up Its ticket , with B. F. Clayton -
ton , of Macedonia , and E. W. Davis ,
the Avoca banker , aa senator and rep
resentative respectively.
The Spiritual society held a happy
aoolal and danoe Saturday night , it
was well attended , and it is expected
that like parties will be given eveiy
two weeks.
8. K. SharpIoM , sheriff at Ohoyenno ,
passed through the city yesterday with
six prisoners , on route to Jollot , 111.
One of the six was recognized as an
old Council Bluffs boy , whoso parents
till reside hero.
Matilda Weber says that William
and 8a\lle \ Brown , her neighbors
threaten to burn down her house , and
ho la afraid they will do it. She has
taken steps to have thorn restrained ,
If possible.
The Why Nets , of this olty , and the
Mutes , of the Deaf and Damb Insti
tute , played a name of base ball Sat
urday , lesnltlng in a tie of 0 to 0 ,
which will probably bo played off next
Saturday.
Mr. Hill Is preparing to ralsa hli
house on Third Avenue and put i
new story under it , besides making
other improvements. DaOty & CM
el having been given the oontraol
and the work , to commence at onco.
Among the Sunday drunks rcpU
tered were Frank Evans , Pcanu
Charlie and William Henderson. Thi
trio did not assay very rich , then
being only-one store-key , one husklni
pin and 55 cents.
The now Catholic _ church whlol
Father McMonomjr has decided 01
building Is to bo 120 by 1GO foot , front
inn on Fifth avouno , and will cos
(40,000. The foundations will be lad
by fall
Julius Newman , the boy who wa
arrested at a vagrant on complaint c
bis mother , bos been lot off on th
promise made the court that ho wool
tay at homo , and reform without gc
ing to the reform school.
At a meeting of the Council Bint
& Northern railway directors Satui
day night the engineering corps w
reported as having found H practioab !
outlet to Orescent City. Anothf
meeting will bo held this evening.
Deputy Sheriff Oromby , of Logai
has succeed in capturing his mat
Frank Dudley , whom ho wanted fc
driving off a mortgaged team. E
found the outfit at Glenwopd an
brought man and team through hoi
yesterday en route for homo.
Mr. Levl Trowbrld o , the age
father cf Mis. J. W. Lalng , died S i
urday night at tholatter's home in th
city. Ho waa In his 70 , h year , at ;
came to this city some months ago o
a vltit , and soon after coming began I
decline under the dread coasnmptio
which bos now resulted in his deatl
The remains are to be taken to Detrol
where the deceased has a aon llvini
and the funeral service * will be he !
there.
Rev. Dr. MeMeekln yesterd *
preached bli lost sermon o state
.supply at thePrabyterUn church , an
will return to Ottawa , Canada , wbei
his home Is. Daring the few montl
bf * M bs woo BU
tlonds , and the sermons ho has dc-
vered have boon listened to with
much Interest and by steadily inoroas-
ng congregations. The now pastor ,
Ruv. Mr. Ooylo , of Ft. Dodge , is ox-
ootod to enter upon his duties bore
Ills week.
Rev. Mr. Ooylo , of Fort Dodge ,
a. , has decided to remain In his pas-
orate there and will not accept the
astorato of the Presbyterian church
ore. This will prove a disappoint
ment to many , as ho was expected to
ntor upon mi duties as pastor hero
xt week ,
Mr. John D. Martin , the evangel-
st , will deliver a loctnro on Tuesday
vonlng , In the Bsptlst church , for
bo benefit of the "Homo for the
endless. " Snbject , "Tho Kingdom
sSeon from Without and Within. "
ho admission fee is only 25 rents ,
nd with the premise of an entertain-
ng and Instructive looturo the house
bould bo crowded.
Lawn mowers at DaVal & Wright's.
Dr , West , Dontlst , 14 Pearl street.
0. J. Beckman , of harness fame ,
will move , May lit , from his present
loco on middle Broadway Into J. J ,
] rown's block , 510 Main street , one
look south of Kiel's hotel , and just
pposlto the city scales.
Death at OQlcor Sterling.
Sidney Sterling died last evening
bout 0 'I'ilock of pneumonia. He
as b iu Council Bluffs several
ears and has been a member of the
ollcn f < i for three years.
Ofli dtorlinp ; has been sick only
week. Ho has always boon ono of
10 moat aotlvo c fibers on the force.
If you want n good refrigerator
ou't fall to aoo thoao nice ones of
owott & Son's make , at Cooper &
IcGoa'a , 41 Main street.
Oil and gasoline etc ves at Do Val &
Vrlght's.
A NAllllOW ESCAPE.
n Omaha Lady Gomes Near Tumb
ling into the Water Works
lioBorvolr.
Mrs. Tim Manahan , of this city ,
ndMrs. George Dickinson , ot Omaha ,
wife of the train dispatcher of the
Irldgo division , together with Mrs.
) lokinson'a son , met with quito an BO-
IdoHt yesterday while out taking
buggy rldo. They drove np to the
water works reservoir , at the head of
31on avenue , when the horse became
rlghtened and npsot the buggy , near-
y throwing the whole party into the
esorvoir ,
Mrs. Manahan was the only ono
urt and she rooelvod an ugly wound
i the forehead and several bruises.
) r. Plnnoy sowoa np the cuts and
renounced the injuries not danger-
us ,
Call aad oxamlno "tho quick meal'1
asollne stove. For sale only by Dt-
Val & Wright.
Parties wishing to dispose of Root !
nrnitnro , stoves or oiher household
oods , and wishing to realize fnll
ttluo , should leave word at A. J. M i-
el's , 325 Broadway.
Contest Over a Cow.
There was a lively contest in Jus
co Vanghan'a court Saturday over
IB possession of a oow. It ap >
eared that In November last Mrs ,
ana Richardson , who owned the
ow , gave a chattel mortgage on the
ame to M.'J , Kelloy. The notarj
ailed * o acknowledge the same , butl.
as placed on record. Mr. Filbert n
lort time ago attached the oow , kno
ow Kelly seeks to replevin thi
roporty. In the meantime , on the
3d of April , the mortgage was rr
ordod a second time , the notary ao
cnowledglng it in duo form , but dat
ng it back to last November. Thorr
'as quite a tangle of legal points foi
lie lawyers to talk over , and the dt
Islon is bold back for a day or tw <
while the justice takes time to thlnl
, ovor.
For window shades , wall paper , an-
. lnU go to P.O. Miller's , No. 20
north Main at.
Those desiring big bargains In fur
Ituro or stoveioall at A , J. Mandel'e
i25 Broadway ,
The Oatnollo iMlealon.
The mission announced to ba helen
n the Catholic church under the dl
rootlon of Rev. Father O'Shoa , whi
was hero about a year ago , and wh
lad such a successful work-thoro. Th
ohnroh yostorda y was filled to over
flowing , and arrangements were mad
ay which the mission is to oontlnu
two'weeks ' , Rev. Fathers Oook an
Henry joining in the same. Thor
are to bo two masses followed by soi
mons every morning thla week , on
at 5 o'clock , the other at 8 o'clccV
Thnro will also bo a servloo ever
ovoulng at 7:30 : o'clock for the Udlei
and next week the evening will be fc
the men. A children's mission Is all
to be hold , the services bolng at 1
o'clockin , the morning uud 3:30 : ever
afternoon.
Mrs. W. H. Almy will clean fel
gloves at 16 cents a pair at 21
Broadway.
A Still Fire.
Brown & Young woro. surprised o
Saturday morning to find that the
slaughter house , on the crook bolo
Of vis' packing honso , was burned I
the ground. Just how or when
burned no ono seems to know , but
probably went iu the night sornotimi
as there was slaughtering being dot
there the day before. There hi
boon no fire about the place , so
naturally seems to have boon causi
by Incendiarism. The building au
tools were valued at about 1200 , an
there waa some $200 worth of be
roajlgd also.
The Monitor oil stove never falls
giro laUifaotion. Cooper & MoQi
have them , 41 Main street.
Why be weak ! Why not 1
healthy , robust , and strong , by tuli
Brown's Iron BUUnt
FAY'S FATE.
Instead of Being Hung He Bets
Only Ton Years in
the Fen.
A Small Penalty for a Brutal
Murder.
What is known as the Fay murder
trial has como to a closo. The bloody
affray occurred at Carroll last fall , and
the particulars as brought out by the
witnesses indicated a very brutal mur
der. Fay kept a saloon there and
Mahcr , his victim , handled freight to
and from the depot. Mthor had de
livered some kegs of boor to Fay , and
stopping Into the saloon ho asked Fay
to either pay tbo freight or step down
to the ofllco and sign the book , Fay
declared ho would do neither , and as
Maher ( misted Fay invited him to
step'outsldo and they would see nho
was the best man. Maher agreed and
started to open the screen door leading
outside. Ho remarked "I can't opou
it , " and Fay replied that ho would
open it , and as ho started from
behind the bar to do so the
wltnecsos saw him make the motions
as if opening a clasp knife. Ai Fay
coarod Maher , it it thought that the
latter saw the knlfo in his hand , for
ho sort of started back and throw up
ono hand , aud In doing so bin hand
just touched Fay's breast. Fay at
once otrnck at him with the knife , cut
ting down through his hat , and be
sides a rcalp wound , nearly savored
ono of Manor's oars. Mnhor ntoppcd
back and Fay struck again , catting
him ever ono eye , and then as Maher
stopped back , Fay made o , lange aud
stabbed him In tlio abdomen , at which
blow Maher fell , and from the effect
of which ho soon after died. Iho wit-
noosea clnlmod that each tlmo Fay
itruok his victim ho gave a demon
iacal yull , and scorned 'moro like
a wild beast than a human being.
After being arrested Fay admitted
that ho had two rows with Maher be
fore , and remarked that the third time
"tho charm" and ho
was always ex
pected it would como to this. When
told of bis victim's death ho remarked
that ho expected that it was all np
with him too , and in other ways
aoemed to feel that ho had committed
in out and out murder and that he
bad made some preparation for thii
bloody meeting , indicating cool pre
meditation.
About the only attempt that could
bo made In his behalf was that of con
vincing the judge and jury that ho did
the act In an almost Insane moment ,
In the heat'of passion , and the attempt
to excite sympathy , not merely foi
himself , but for his wife and throe
children , who appeared in court , and
who made a rather favorable impres
sion by thnlr manner and mien , The
widow of the murdered man was alst
in court with her two children , und
no llttlo pympathy was felt f > r them.
District Attorney Connors prose
cuted the case aud Colonel Dalloy de
fended. The jury were nearly unani
mously in favor of finding the prison
er guilty qf murder in the first do-
( ( roe , but bno protested so strong ! }
that as a last resort thty agreed on a
verdict finding-him guilty In the second
end degree , and recommended him to
the olemonoy of the court. Judge
Raod sentenced him to ten years in
the penitentiary , the lightest ponaltj
that could bo glvou him.
He was naturally much pleased al
getting cff so lightly , and will proba
bly bo content to let the cue so rest ,
without making any attempt to secure
a nnw trial ,
Fay la ropresorted aa a man of violent
lent passions , and when under the in
fluoncu of drink to bo uncontrollable
He may well congratulate himself or
having a llttlo longer lease of life
In view of the terrible crime he com
mittod.
AM ESOAPEORAOE.
How a Mere Boy Playoa It On th <
Chief of Pollen.
Julio * Newman , a moro boy , whi
was arrested on complaint of hli
mother , whc could do nothing will
him , proved a little too sharp for th
chief of police. The boy , It Booms
has a passion for running away fron
home and has been roaming about 1 ;
Nebraska and has boon in jail 1
Omaha , besides getting iato muc
{ other trouble. His mother apprer.
tlood him to a cabinet maker , an
while the boy seemed quick t
earn aud willing to work , ye
10 would not stay content , an
run away again. Then th
mother oouoludod the only way waa t
send him Ip the reform school , and i
bad him arrested. While waiting 1
the calaboose for a hearing ho in
proved the opportunity of noontlmi
ind the absence of the officers , to mail
bis escape. Over the doorleadln
from the front room Into the calabooi
proper is a transom supposed to t
protected by iron bars. There soeme
no space largo enough for etcapo , bt
the boy someway squeezed hlmse
through this transom between the bar
and thus got Into the front room. Th
front d30r being looked , ho could ni
even then get out Iu the street , an
while trying to ralio a window. Tr
chief of police returned from dluni
and found the bay thoro. He. tl
chief , did not know the boy by sigh
and on asking him what bo waa doit
there , received from the boy's llpi
long and touching story of how Ma
shat Jackson had sent him np thoi
to see about some boys who had stole
his blacking braihoa , the llttlo lello
pretending to bo a boot-black. Ti
boy cried so aud played his part i
well that the chief told him to go ar
find the boys that stole his brnshr
and make them glvo np the same , an
if they wouldn't they should bo a
rested. The boy started off , and
llttlo later In the afternoon wh <
Judge Angleaworth sent down to lun
the boy brought Into court , It wi
discovered that the boy was hon os
If not honett. Hela still i
large , and will probably keep awi
from Council Bluffs for a time.
Yotuur man pr woman , If you want b
money for a iimkll amount. Irour * la t ]
MarrUM Ford and Mutual Trust AMOI
auoa , Dedal paplcU , Iowa ,
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J. N. OA8ADY. F. H , OROUTT.
GASADY & OROOTT ,
502 BROADWAY , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
EXCLUSIVE
CARPET
STORE.
Only one in the City. Stock now
Complete.
Mail Orders Solicited.
CASADY & ORCUTT ,
502 Broadway.
NUGENT & SMITH ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
First-class Goods and the Best of Workmanship
Guaranteed.
NOB. 7 and 9 Mala Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN BENO & CO. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
. , 18 Mala Street and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN , } O STON HOUSE.
J. M BARSTOW. M. D. Cor. 5th OFFICE St. and : 5tb Ave
1R IF WHITF OFFOEi Oor. Mainland 6th , up-stalr.
Residence , 609 Willow Arenne.
A CUIIDT JTUSTIOEOF THE PEACE ,
I Office after February 15th , over American Express.
LIVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
S. S. WAGNER , for fanoralo at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , CASH BUYERS ,
Who'csale bntter , cgui , poultry and fruit. Ship lo us. Draft by return mill. 140 Broadway.
NEW BOOT.AND SHOE STORE.
S. A. PIERCE , Cor. Main and First avonuo.
PETHYBRIDCE & HERBERTZ. * * = * * - -
. kot , 327 Broadway
1 C QMITil CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
Ji Call I I II * Broadway , Plans aud specifications furnished
W SHERMAN I.nN.EHAlN ? SS IAftvojho variety
that brings patronage. 124 Main street
I AM CO CDAMCV MERCHANT TAILOR , Artistiu Work
UnlllCO rllnlldy and Reasonable Onargos. 872 Broadway
linilfC P OnII FURNITURE , STOVES and
lUIlt Ot OUN ) Household Supplies , 303 Broadway
I IURT O UAOT ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James
LI IIU I OC nnn I j Practices In state and federal courts.
I * IC DT P ft n Mann'f Fine FurnitureUpholstery goods
EOTH I I < X U U i Curtains and Window Shades , 309 Byway.
QAHITADEIIM And bath hoaBO > 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Soy
jnlll I MnlUIVI erelgn , Prop. , P.J.Montgomery , M. D. , Phy
A M R BOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 808 Broadway , oppoaiti
Al iUMIfflD | Union Avenue , second door above Metropolitan ,
PADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
Untll- Bray's atablo , No. 12 Scott street ,
I Cl A till BROOKLYN MARKET ,
LCLnllUy Cor. Eighth and Broadway
P I HFNNF Y M.an.a . ? f ORS.BOOLLAIls. > . ? r de > ap
piled , 8th St. , between 6th and 7th Avenue
D C WC D C U H110 C SMITH & NORTON ,
liCYEKC IIUUOC , Opera House. Refitted. $1 , 8LBO per day
I MAUn ! l FURNITURE , STOVES , and GENERAL
A
ili IVlrlSiUaLLj HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES , 325 Broadway
CONTRACTORS aad BUILDERS
DECAY & GASSEL , Corner Sixth street and Avenue G
A I MV NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
WU HLIfll ! GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadway
Our New lioou uuu improvement Uo
Investigation Into the matter con *
vlucos ns that ono of the most equita
ble , reasonable and feasible plans of
bnlldlug houses Is thai proposed and
In opuratlon by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trnhi and Improvement company of
this city. By Inveatlcg In shares In
this Institution , which Is backed by
some of onr best and most reliable
business men , It becomes possible and
comparatively easy for a man of mod *
erata 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 fovr
years a man can own a house
of his cwn for about the sams as
ho payo monthly for rent. Wit
bellovo the MurcantlloLoan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
np for business , having filled a long
felt want In Council Bluffi. Their
plans and system of loans will boar
the moat careful scrutiny and exam-
( nation , aud we have no hesitancy In'
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , aud backed by gentlemen
of honor and Integrity. As the com
pany exists It becomes at onoo an In
stitution of value and credit to onr
city and those who deulro homes.
Their president is T. A. Klrklaud ,
vice president , Judge Peake ; sec
retary , L R. Beery ; treasurer , Ool.
Boobe , and their ofllco U In the base
ment of Bhugsrt'a and MoMahon'i
new block , corner First avenue and
Pearl street , iin 7-ly
* Va notice thi Marriatn Fund. Mutual
Trait AMoclatlon , ol Cedar Rapid * . Iowa ,
highly spoken of In many of the leading
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their adTtttiMSHit ta
aaoUiu eoloBia ol this Dpwr ,
COUHCIl BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special adrertliementi , rue
Loit , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Benl
Want * , Boarding , eta , will be tnieried In thi
column at the ow rate ol TEN CENTS PER
LINE.lor the flrit Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE lei each iub equent Insertion
Leare adr ertleem * at our offlce , No.
Pearl Street , near Buadwajr.
Wants.
ETerybody Council Bluffs lo
WANTED Tui Uii , iO cent * par week , de
llrered by carrlen. Office , No T Pearl Street
near Drowway.
For Sale and Bent
170 it KENT Farm seven uillei ( rom town. Ap
J } ply to Dr. P. W. I'oulson
BEES In paccagrt Of a hundred at 25
OLD package at TUB B office , No. 7 Ptar
itreet U
rjOR SALE The handsome residence olVm
J" M' Powers , deceased , on BroaIwar , oppo
tlto it , K. church , grounds extend 215 foot on
Broadway , and 300 let on Dia'on , Ttrmscajh
Inquire ol John Clauaen and Peter Well , exoni
tori ol Wm. U , Power * eitate.
T OH PALE Monuments ol marble and granite
J at No. 31 north Main street.
W. R. VAUGHAN.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Omaha and Gcnnell Bluffs
Ural Estate & Collection Agency.
n Odd Fallow block , ov Barings
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HANAN & REDDISH
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO.
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs , \TnwA
West SIde Square , Olarlnda J1OVVAt
DUQUETTE , GUIBEET & CO. ,
( Succoeeora to EKB & DUQUETTE )
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16 and 18 Pearl-st. , Council BIutTs , la.
, R. S. COLE & CO. ,
HANUFAOTUIinnS AND DEALEIIS IN ALL THE MOST IMPROVED KINDS OP
LIGHTNING RODS & ORNAMENTS.
Also Wood and Iron TJMPSi Wocd Tubing ft'd GMPlpo aad Pump fixtures , ( or both Weeded
od Iron Pumpn. Order * will receive piompt . . attention. No. . 001 South lUla Street ,
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COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA. 115-eod-tS
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Broadway Steam Laundry !
WEST BROADWAY ,
A.C.LARSON - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPKOYED MACHINERY.
L C. BRACKETT ,
224 and 226 Broadway.
BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES ,
Greatest Variety in the City. No stranger should fall to visit my store rooms.
TiTLE ABSTRACT 0 FFIGE.
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Lauds .and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
MGTARIE3 PUBLIC .AND CONVEYANCERS.
OUNCil BLUFFS . IOWA
MRS. D , A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
For Engines , Boilers , Castings , Repairs'and
MACHINERY.
Fend Orders to JOHN GILBERT , Manufacturer ,
Corner a Street and 8th Avenue , Council Blufli. Prompt attention to orders. The b
Woikmnn hlp and Reatonible cbarcea leb 1
w. n. M. rusn
root. omou. . . . ,
OFFICER & PUSET ,
aw ;
Council Bluffs , la ,
Established1866
Dealers In Foreign and Doroectla Exchange
nd borne lecurltlea.
r. D. numosoif , i. L. snnoiET. A. w. BTBIM
President. Vlce-Piej't. Caehler.
CITIZENS BANK
. , Of Council Blob.
Organized under the lawi ol the Blato ol Iowa
Paid up capital . ' f 76,000
Authorized capital.- . . 100,000
Interest paid on time deposits. Draft * leaned
on the principal cities ol the United States and
Europe. Special attention given to collectlcni
and correfpondenc * with prompt retatni.
DUXOTOU
1. D. Edmnndion , E. L. Shagart ,
. W , Wallace , J. W. Uodler , '
Ai W Sir ft
MORRAN , KELLER & GO. ,
The finest quality a id larveat stock west ol
Chicago ot M ooden and Metalic Cases. Calls at
tended to at all hours. We ilelr competition n
quality ol roods or prices. Our Mr Jlorean has
served aa uuuertaker lor forty ) co > rs and thor
oughly uooerntaiids his muiness. Warerooms ,
Sll Broadway. UPHUUITEUINO In all IU
brancbm cromptly attended to also carpetla
Ing ana tamorequlns. iVIegraphlc aua wa or
ders ruled without aelay.
FRESH FISH.
WILLIAM RAPP ,
104i Main Strent , Next Block south
uf P. 0. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
NOTICE TO CATTLE MEN.
1,000 , HEAD OP YOUHB CATTLE
FOE SALE.
600 Ilead ol Yearling Steeri and Heilen ,
000 Head ol Two-year-old Steers , and
100 Head ol Two-jear-old Qdren.
These catMe are all rood , straight , thrifty cattle ,
mostly graded cattle. For sale all tofrsthei or U
loU to suit the purchasers. For lurthsr partic
ulars call on or address M. V. Potter , Warsrlj ,
BtowB conaty , lew * . A-la
E , J , EABDIHQ , H , D , ,
Medical ' Electrician
AND
GYNECOLOGIST.
QraanMe ol ElectropUhJo Initllutlon , PhUa
delphla , Fenca.
Office Oor. Broadway & Glenn Ave.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Thi treatment ol all dltouea and palntal
Iccltlea pecpllat to lemalei a tpeclaliy
FOTODRYT
WINTHERLICH BROS. , * /JI /
Are now ready to contract lor small castings
every description In
MALLEABLE IRON , ifl
GRAY IRON , [ I
And any ALLOY OF BRASS.
Special attention Is called to the tact that the
metals are melted In CBDOIILU which giro the
very best castings ,
Burning Brands
FOB-
DISTILLERS , BREWERS , PACKERS -
ERS , CIGAR and TOBACCO
FACTORIES , Etc. , Etc. ,
As well as
Cattle Brands
ARE NICELY EXECUTED.
Works : Corner Sixth street and Eleventh avenue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
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Offlc * OTCI ttvlngi bank.
OOtmoiL. BLUFFS. . . Iowa.
EDWIN J. ABBOTT.
Justice ot the Peace and
Notary Public ,
t IbBrotdway , Council Bluffs.