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TEK DAibi BEE-COOACiij 13LOFFS IOWA FRIDAY MAY I
The Daily Bee.
Friday Morning , May 4.
IUBSOR1PT10N HATES :
f Oarrttr , . . . . . S0c ntip r week.
. . . . . . 110.00 per Trar.
Offloa : No. 7 Pe&rl Street , Near
R See Joseph Hdter'i spring itylw.
Additional local on seventh pw < e.1
"London Sjcloty" U the inbjcot of
Mr. Atmitronq'i lootnre to-night.
Everybody who goes to hoar Mr ,
Armstrong to-night will bo amply
MoAnloy , who appeared laat evening
as "Undo Dtnlel , " ii certainly n
natural mirth maker ,
The wollknovrn mercantile agency
of U , Q Dann & Co , Is about to os-
tabllsh a branch otlioa hero.
The Mathodlsta hold a social last
ovonlni ; at the residence of Mr. and
Mn , Ocntt , on Oakland avonno ,
Tbo Juvenile band la preparing to
glvo an open air concert In the park
to-night , If the weather permits.
0 jo nolle j la now posted In 15 ly lisa
park warning the boys not to throw
atones at birds nnloss they want to
pay a f 5 fine ,
The yonug man who got a bullet in
his shoulder in a recent Main street
affray Is said to have loft the city until
the affair Is quieted dawn ,
Mr. Armstrong's lecture at Do-
hany's this evening will bo a rlh ,
rare treat , as ho la one of the foremost
men on the rostrum In this country ,
The heavy rain has given Fox &
MoAtoo'a collar on Main street a
heavy flooding , the filling of the street
helping to glvo the water a chance to
Mr. Powers , an old man living on
Broadway , died yesterday after an
Illness of several months , with con
sumption , lie loaves a wife and five
The Improvement of Kiel's hotel
till goes or. There are very marked
changes now being made in the oflico ,
It being fitted up in a very attractive
and convenient manner.
The Avoca Herald , in commenting
upon the saloonlsts of this city , an
swers the qnestlon "Will they kick ? "
by saying : "They have no right to
kick on account of the license. It is
certainly very low for a city the size of
Yesterday being Ascension Day , or
Iloly Thursday , special services were
hold at the Catholic church , in con
nection with the mission in progress
there. All of the services of the
mission are being very largely at
Justice Schniz decided the dog case
yesterday by discharging the defend
ant , Henry Bayo , virtually holding
that a man had a right to shoot a dog
if it caino on his premises and chased
his chickens :
At a Httlo social gathering of yonng
folks the other evening , It ia said that
aomo too practical jokers doped the
candy so that a number of the par
ticipants were made quite sick , some
rather seriously so. It was too much
of a joke altogether.
There ( s nothing very new In regard
to the clgarmakera' strike. The em
ployers are running their shops , and
besides attending the counter are
making a few cigars themselves , and
getting along without help ,
There Is to bo a calico droaa party at
Bloom & Nixon's hall next Tuesday
evening for the benefit of the choir of
the Episcopal church , the affair to bo
under the management of the com
mittee on music.
The ballot on awarding the floral
wreath to the most popular yonng
lady in the city , as taken at the Res
cue's Monday party , reultod In Miss
Ida Cook securing It , her friends giv
ing her -101 votes ; Miss Mangle Rldell
received 3C1 ; Miss Lottie Rldell , 07 ;
Miss May Simpson , 32 ,
The lecture to be given this evening
at Dohany's by Mr. Armstrong cannot
but prove a rare treat for Council
Blnffa folk , as he Is a lecturer who haa
by his eloquence and thought won a
national reputation. His lecture on
"London Society , " which ho Is to
deliver hero , is pronounced as ono ol
the most popular ones.
Prof. L. Sshelmann , of Cleveland
a musical instructor and composer o
no moan abllllyMs In correspondency
ni'h Mr. J. Mueller , thn well knowi
music dealer of this city , with a view
of mukiug this place his home. This
city .surely needs one or more gooi
It Is to bo hoped that the people o
Council B uffr will realize the high
character of the ontortalnmont offjrei
this evening at Djhany'a in the lectnr
to bo given by Mr. Armstrong. As
thinker and orator ho is so well known
that tbo mere announcement of hi
coming should draw a crowded house
Mrs. R. N. Merrlam , wife of th
Broadway grocer , died yesterday af
torn on about 1 o'clock , at her horn
on Sixth street. Quick consnmptlo
was the cinso of death. Mrs. Mer
rlam had many friends in this cit
who will mourn her death , and th
bereaved ones may rest assured o
much heartfelt sympathy in their ser
John Ahka' new lecture , which h
delivered to a small company of hi
friends the other evening , haa hoc
very favorably commented on , and a
It treats of scientific philosophic qucs
tlona which are now interesting th
public mind greatly , it is to be hope
that arrangements can bo made b
which a larger audience can have th
privilege of hearing It , as It preeerv
many thoughts that arc entirely ne
to the aversco mm.
L B. Clark & Co. , drnggisti , 10
Broadway , Council lnilj ! : , keep 1
stock drugs , patent medicines , paint *
oils , glair ; also , fill prescriptions ,
Why bo weak ) Why not b
healthy , robust , and strong , by oiln
JBrown'i Iron Bitten ?
GOING FOR THE GAMBLERS
ODIB of tholnsido History of the
Sudden Reform Movement.
Bltors Got Bit and Masks are
Torn Off ,
n Intonating Yet tndlorouBat
tle on Hand.
When the city council Issued the
tdor that all gambllrg places In the
ly shall l > 3 closed , ono knowing ono
M hoard to temark that it would bo
iy to got them oloiod , and hard to
ot them open again. Moat people
longht the opposite would be the
ot , that it would bo Impossible to
mt up the gambling places , and that
ley would noon bo running again ,
ut it aeeuia now that "tho knowing
no" may yet provo to bo right.
There is much below the surface In
its commotion about gambling
lacoi. To an outsider and casual
bsotvor it would appear that tbo city
ouncll had suddenly woke up to the
act that in no ci'y in the union ia
ambling carried on ao openly mid BO
onorally as In Council Bluffi , and
iat the nldormon , Inspired by sotuo
uddon ud mighty thrill nf moral in-
plratlo > , had risen in their might
nd determined to wipe oat the great
vll All bosh !
Thotu is to atari with the fact , ad
mitted on all aides , that Council
luffs needs to have a housecleaning ,
norally speaking , Almost every aa-
eon has had some sort of a gambling
aiao running , and openly too , besides
10 regular gambling houses. The
loral people are disgusted and demand
reform. The business men insist as
matter of business policy , that there
iall not bo so many traps open to
atoh their customers' money , A largo
umber of saloon men want to see the
ambling stopped , because these sa-
eons with which regular gambling
atablishmonts arc connected are dong -
ng moat of the bar business , especial-
j In the evonlnge , having their own
ample rooms dreary and lonesome ,
nd their tills empty. Added to these
ppononts of the gambling saloons are
imo of the gamblers themselves ,
' 'hey find the business is all chopped
p , and a few are kicking greatly
eoauso they cannot monopolize ) it and
ivldo the profits between two or
hreo Instead of fifteen or tviouty.
With such a feeling it aooms natu-
al for eomo action to result , and
once the movo. The ind cations ere
uite apparent that in view of the way
usluees was being run , a Httlo clique
f gamblers cjncolved thy brilliant
dea of nilng their political power to
ot an order passed by the council
hatting up certain games , thus
brewing to them and their games the
onofit of all the bublueso.
This clfqno Is the ono of which Pat
j cy seems to bo the acknowledged
oad and front. The sudden dlaoov-
ry was made by Lacy'a friends that
eno was a robbing game , ton times
worse than faro , and that something
nght to bo done to protect the boys
nd worklngmon from being robbed
It is well known that Ben Marks
the keuo man , and it naturally
wonld be a good thing for Lacy if ho
ould ruu faro and have Marks shut
iff on keno ,
Keeping these facts In mind , it is
a rather suspicions coincident that the
next chapter opens with a resolution
iruparcd for introduction into the
ity council , nald to have boon framed
ly Alderman James , providing for
ho shutting up of gambling houses ,
where certain games were played ,
nd in the category of games "faro"
was not named , this being ono of
' . "Keuo"
iioy'a supposed pet games.
was mentioned in the prohibitory or-
or. Alderman James handed over
he resolution to Alderman Wood ,
lo looked it over , saw the omission ,
ind believing that there shonla bo a
air deal all } around , inserted "faro , "
and in that form the resolution was
tassed , it being too late then ferny
ny ono to object , and there
> elng no chance to object
ory much without showing up the
eal fight which was going on in the
'ear. Pat Lacy stood in the lobby
watching the proceedings with Inter
est. There were one or two other
esolntlons passed the 'same evening ,
> oth ordering Improvements In Licy's
iroperty. This was all the buslnesi
lone at the meeting , and it aecmod a
[ jicy arrangement pretty thoroughly.
The resolution aa adopted provided
for shotting up all the places. This
iras not what was planned for by the
Li icy clique , but having gene so far
there was no backing out. The order
being Issued , all the gamtliag h'.uses
closed at once , each party not carIng -
Ing to glvo the other ono a
chanca to raise a rumpus by
violating the order. They also are
quite willing to keep shut up , believ
ing In the survival of the fhtost , and
each in the hope of tiring others out
so that when they resume there wtl
be fewer to do too bnelness and the
profits will bo larger.
The funny part of It is that now
that the gamblers have virtually eon
sonted to an order to close , and have
compiled therewith , there are some in
the council who propose to take them
at their word and keep them closed II
possible. It Is thought that it wll
effect two things. It will teach the
gamblers that if they try to use the
council as a club to thamp some othe
gamblers they are liable to got clnbbot
with their own weapon. It will ala
have the effect to lesson gambling
hero , and drive it into qnlpt nookn
acd under cover so that it will not bi
an open temptation for the young and
The twont box has boon shrewdly
constrrcted by ono clique for another
but it looks now as If 'both clique
would bo sweated ia it. Which cic
stand it the longest remains to b
seen.At a mooting of the council las
night Alderman Sledontnpf withdrew
his protest against the legality of th
special meeting , at which the lesolu
lion was passed shutting off all gam
bllcg houses. He then moved tha
the police committee Aid. Wood
Elcher and McMahon bo empowerc <
to carry out the resolution , the mar
shal so obey their orders in the mat
Notice WM given of Mri , El'esbetl
VKonrko'a suit against the city for
" -15,000 , damages for a leg broken by
fall on a Main rtrcot sidewalk.
Bids of Wlckhatu Bros. & M. A.
looro were opened ( or paving the
Hey In the rear of Shogart'a ba Idlng
n Main street. Referred.
Adjourned till this evening ,
I will place on aalo the next ton
lays all muslin underwear , corsets ,
loslory , children's dresses and other
otions at the rory lowest price * , hav-
ug determined to close out that do-
jartmont , Mrs. D. A. Benedict , 837
Jroadway , Council Blnffi.
N. S. Hall , of the Pacific house billiard
atlor , w i taken with ft severe congestive
bill on Wedneadk ? night. Dr. Green
as oiled and the patient WAS removed lu
carriage to his house , where ho was soon
n a more comfortable and less dangerous
M . A. L. Smith , of St. Joe , who Is
jllur known by her ivnuy Mends hereby
er maiden name , Mies Ulchnel , la In
be city , being the guest of Dr. and Mr .
0. 0. Butnhnm , of the firm of Burn-
am , Tulleya A Co , , left last evening over
10 0 , B. & Q. for his homo In Chain-
aln , III.
Judge Aylriworth returned yesterday
morning front Chicago , and resumed bis
lunlly duties In the supoilor court ,
Samuel Haar , accompanied by his son
Harry , left yesterday for the west to look
fter hla extensive cattle Intereits ,
II T. Bryant has returned from his Col-
rado inluei nnd haa brought back with
I in a aiinlo ) brick.
W. II. MulUne , editor of The Neck
leportcr , came down Yesterday to view
B metropolis ,
W , B , Newklrk , of Perry , waa among
10 lowans who dined at the Ogden jester-
Ex-SherlC Terry Keod was la the city
esterday , ihakitg hands with his many
F. S. Kdmumlp , C. B. Gale and 0. A.
larrituan , all from Milwaukee , are at the
W. G. Powers , of Gladbrook , Iowa ,
waa ttUong | yesterday's Pacific house
T. G. Fish , of Racine , WAS in the city
csterday and stopped at the Ogden.
E. F. Hall registered at the Pacific yei-
terday as from New Hampshire.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Stevens arrived
ome from the west yesterday ,
M. Shea , of Gallatin , Mo. , was at the
J. A. Rice , ot Oscoola , was visible hero
M , McAuley , the .comedian , stopped at
be O den.
K. O. Smith , of OnawB , Iowa , Is at the
For the mcst stylish spring suits in
own , and the bant selection cf goods
jo to Nugent & Smith , Merchant
Tailor , 7 and 9 Miin street.
Dr. West , Dontlst , 14 Puarl titrcot.
The Lecture To-Night.
All should go to Djhany'a to-night
and hear '
Armstrong's lecture on
'London Society. " All who have
ieord it have been charmed and de-
Ightod , and it Is declared to bo ono of
he best of that orator's many able
eotcres. The high rank which Mr ,
Armstrong has reached among schol
ars and thliiKors entitles him to a
argo andienoe , nnd none can go away
Concha ind Colds
Those who are suffering from Coughs ,
3oldj , Hoarseness , Bora Throat , &c. ,
hould try BUOWN'H BIIONCHIAL THTCHKB
Sold only in loxts.
A Falee Alarm.
The alarm of fire yesterday after
noon proved to ba a falxo ono. It
came in apparently from box No , 13 ,
and was so registered on the paper that
t indicated something wrong In the
parking of the line , The department
responded lively , bat no bloz * conld
30 discovered anywhere in the vlcln-
ty of the box named. It Is thought
hat the alarm must have been caused
jy the crossing and entanglement ol
.ho telegraph and fire alarm wires ,
The Maverick National Buik cf
Boston draws foreign exchange , bays
and sells Government and other in
vestment securities , nnd transacts any
business for its correspondents in the
line of banking. tc&th-mo
Qono to Ornane. .
Mr. A. West , who hao boon con
ducting an r.uetlou sale ot jewelry
bore , yesterday rnnivod hlsstcck to
Omaha , and will opoii hii tale there a
1405 Douglas strut , with M. Cum-
mln's auction hou * ' . Mr. West hac
a good bnduesa herd daring hU ti y ,
and every night BAY increased sales ,
aa those who purchased watches ,
clocks , silverware and jewelry fron
him se mod to bo greatly pl.ased will
the bargains they got. Ho is benne
to close ont his stock at once , am
will doubtless open the eyei of the
Omaha folk , iu ho did the oyee o
these here , vrlth hla offers of straight
goods nt the bidder's own prlcqs.
Money for the Unmarried-
One of the most solid and substritia
Institutions In this country U the Mar
rlaep Fund and Mutual Trust Association
of Cedar Rapid ? , Iowa. They are organ
Ized under the laws of Iowa , and heir ol
ficers and directors nre among the leading
and most prominent Imiinesg men o Ceda
Rapids , Every unmarried person ehouU
have a certificate In thU ancoclation.
It Is a splendid Investment , as safe at
government bond. You can just as we ]
nave a Rood turn of money to comment
married life on as not , A large number o
members have been paid oil , receiving eve
500 per cent on their investment. Writ
for circulars fully detailing the plan , which
is the finest known. li > not postpone it
Good agents wanted , Mention where you
saw this notice , f5-Sm ,
Our New Ixjivu uuu improvement ( Jo
Investigation into the matter con
vinces us that ono of the most cqnita
bio , reasonable and feulblo plani o
building houses is that proposed am
In operation by the Mercantile Loan
Trust and Improvement company o
J. N. OASADY. F. II , OKCUrT.
CASADY & ORGUTT ,
502 BROADWAY. COUNCIL BLUFIV , IOWA.
Only one in the City. Stock now
Mail Orders Solicited.
OA8ADY & ORCUTT ,
NUGENT & SMITH ,
First-class duods nnd the Best or Workinans ip
Nos. 7 and 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
RETBJn I ? GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
DLil UX. . 18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN ,
J. M BARSTOW. M. D r Cor. 5th OFFICE St. and : 6tb Ave ,
1C UfUITC OFFICE : Cor. Main and Cth , up-Btalre.
Ui r Residence , 609 Willow Avunuo.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
Office oftor February 15th , over American Expreea.
LIVEKY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
T fur funerals at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who csale butter , rgts , poultry ard frttt. Ship to us. Dnlt by return mill. 143 Broadway
NEsV BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
AKBETDOC 8 c Cor. Main and First avenue.
Broadway Mont Market -
kot , 327
ttRigiTU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
CC tJlVill'ili Broadway , Plans and specifications furnished'
W. W. SHERMAN. that brings HARNESS patronage. 124 Main street.
IARfl & CDA JETV MERCHANT TAILOR , 'Artiatiu work
JAiVl and Reasonable Onarges. 872 Broadway.
LiniifC 9 OHM FURNITURE , STOVES and
tlUlf U ( X Honsehold Supplies , 303 Broadway
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block.
LINDT & HART , Fraotlcea In atato and federal conrts.
MDO O I DOniA/M 1Cfi CREAM AJND CONFEO
lYInO. O. Ju PnUWli , TIONERY , 210
Mann'f Fine FnrnlturoUpholotery goods
E.STOCKEBT&CO. , Curtains and Window Shadoa , 309 B'way '
And bath house , 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Sov-
erelgn , Prop" . , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 808 Broadway , opposite
Union Avenue , second door above Metropolitan.
HADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
Unit I j Bray's stable , No , 12 Scott street.
I Cl AMR BROOKLYN MARKET ,
LtLMllU , Cor. Eighth nnd Broadway.
j UCy WCOOV Manuf cf HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup-
III IKLIiritOuI piled , 8th St. , between Gth and 7th Avonuo.
U -TEll O C SMITH & NORTON , Broadway , opp. Now
ll"UOC-j Opera House. Rifutod. $1,51.50 per day.
I n/IAIlin / l FURNITURE , STOVES , and GENERAL
A i III IVIMKULLj HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES , 325 Broadway.
- fSftW O OAOOCB CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
DCfSftW OC UMCOtLj Corner Sixth street and Avnnne G.
[ i ft 8 ffl\f NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
i Hi ALIVlIi GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadwny.
this city. By investing in shares In
thia instltntlou , which la backed by
some of onr beat and moat reliable
business men , it becomes possible and
comparatively easy for R man of mod
erate means 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 saraa as
he pays monthly for rent. We
bellevH the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want In Council Bluffj. Their
plans c.nd system of loans will bear
the most careful scrutiny and exam
ination , and wo have no hceltancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and Integrity. An the com
pany exists it becomes at once an In
stitution of value and credit to onr
city and those who desire homes.
Their president Is T. A. Klrkland ,
vice president , Jndgo Pooko ; sec
retary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Boobo , and their ollico Is in the base
ment of Shug&rt's and MaMahou's
now block , corner First avonao and
Pearl street i'au27-ly
P. OVERTON ,
DEALU IN MISSOURI
Wood & Coal.
CARLOAD A SPECIALTY.
A full lupply ol Stove Wool tlvtyi on h nJ at
yard Ollico MS Pint Annne , Yaid S02 till
Un UfcU itrwt ,
OOUliGIL BKW-FS SPEG3AI
NOTIC ) : . Special idvortl enjcnt ( , uc
Lot , Found , To Lonn , For Silo , To bent ,
Wants , Uotrdlug , etc. , nlll bo tneertcd In thli
column t the ow rate ol TEN GENTS FKK
LUa : ( or the first Insertion und FIVK CE.vrT8
PER LINE lor each suteequecl Insertion.
Leave dv ertlttrn l our office , No. i
Pearl Street , near Hunluiy.
, . ill'LOYMKNT Monl oVIng f r work thnuM
* call at our ollice. Kol.cjr i Grow , 130 Miln
street.WANTED Everybody Council IIuOa ) lo
WANTED Hi i , § 0 conta per week , de ;
llvered by carriers. Ottlcc , No I Pearl Btre t <
ntar Hroadway ,
For Snlo nnd Hout
UKKS In pacK ( 'C8 ot n hanrtreil at zoo
OLD pacing at Tun UKI otllco , No. 7 Pearl
SALE The handsome residence of Wm
' M * Powers dcccasjd , on Ilroa lw y , oppo-
> lto M , K. church , grounds cttoml UIS 'out on
llroaiway , acd Sou leet on Burton. T rmscaih.
In'i'il'C ' ol John C'Uusen and Peter Wcla , exou-
tors of Win , M. 1'owcri oitite. _ _
" ' "
w. R. "VAUGHA'NT"
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omahn and Council IllulTa
Rral Etiato & Collection Agency ,
n Odd Follow u block , over Savings'
ME8 H J. HILTON Id D
, , . , , , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
ZXX BrekAwfcv , Cos neil Blm *
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO.
412 Broadway , Council BlulTi , \ tr.v .
West Side Squoro , Olarluda / IUWA-
DUQUETTE , GUIBEHI & CO. ,
( Successors to EIU ! & DUQUETTE )
Frnitoro unrt i'nnfont '
fillllolb dull bulilDbl
16 and 18 Pearl-st. , Council BIuTs , Ia.
L 0. BRACKET !
224 and 226 Broadway.
BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES ,
Greatest Variety in the City. No stranger tbonld fail to visit my store rooms.
B. S. COLE & CO. ,
MANCFAOTUBE11S AND DEALERS IN ALL THE JtOBT IMPROVED KINDS 01
LIGHTNING RODS & ORNAMENTS.
Al o Weed an J Irnn PUMPS , Wood Tubing a d OM Plpo nd PumnIxtures. . for both Wood
aid Inn Pump * . Order , will receive p'ompt attention. .No. 001 South Mala Street ,
. . .
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. I15-cod-t3
Broadway Steam Laundry !
WEST ISKOADWAY ,
A. C. LARSON - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
JOHN R. MARTIN ,
PLUMBER , GAS AND S1EAM FITTER ,
Hun a full line of lUth Vuba , Slnkc , Bnllern Eir.iss nnd Lead Goods , Lead find Iron
Pipes and fittings , Joining promptly attended to. Fl'Ht-clnaa work Ruarnntfed.
NO. 11 PEARL STUKET. . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 FFIGE.
< 3T. 'tASL3 ' C % * D * 3C , X3 r O C9 >
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS ,
9UHCIL BLUFFS IOWA
: OUSE ,
MAXMOHtf . PROPRIETOR
, - - - - ,
215 , 217 and 219 south Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . . IOWA.
MRS. 0. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
For Engines , Boilers , Caatinpe , Repairs und
Fend Orflera to JOHN r.lUiKRT , Manufacturer ,
Corner i Street acd gth Avenue , Council Hindi. Prompt attention to crJeri. The b
\Y'orkmitnhlp and llea enable chanon fob 1
tnas. orriciH. w. u. tr. runt.
Council Bluffs Ia ,
Established , 1856
In PorrljH and Uor.iMtle Etching )
nd home Btcurltka.
MOROAN , KELLER & 00. ,
TCraXTJOOE ! H.'OC' A.TRC3EJ IS , 0
The tlnest quality ft'id largest stock weft ol
Chicago ol Wooilcnand Jletafio Casca. Calls at
tended to at all hours. We ilev competition n
quality of eoods or prices. Our Mr .Monran hai
seryeu as undertaker lor forty } uars and thor
oughly unaiOTUuda his nusMiictw. U'arerooms ,
311 llrcaaway. UI'1IOL8TKHINO In all It !
branches urouuitly attended to a'so ' carpet-la
Ing ana lamoroiulns. 1'elcgraphlc aua ma Of
dcrsflllod without delay.
WILLIAM RAPP ,
10-1 i Main Strent , Next Rlock eonth
of P. 0. , Council Bluffj , Iowa.
EDWIN J , ABBOTT ,
Jnatico ot the Peace and
4 IBBroadway , Council BlufTo.
KES , E , J , nAEDIHB , H , D , ,
QuJtuto ol Klectropathio Institution , Fhlla
dclpbla , Ponna.
Dffico BOP , Broadway & Qlonn Ave.
The treatment ol all dltetsee and ptlolal
lenities pucullir to remain a ipoclallr
WINTHERLICH BRO'S ,
Iron & Brass Foundry
Cor. Gth Street nnd llth Avenue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . IOWA.
I , D IDUUItDBOH , 1. L. SlIUUiET. A. W. BTBin
I'roblJcnt. Vlco-lWt. Cashier.
Of Council Blnffa.
Oreanlied under the Uwi ol the BUto ol Iowa
Pal J up capital . t 71,000
AuthorlieJ capital. . . . . . . . . 800,000
Intemt paid on time dopoMti. Dralti ligaoJ
on the principal cltlc i ot the United Bute * and
Europe. Bpoclal attention itlvon to collection *
ind ocrretvonJinca with prompt roturnt ,
J , D.Kdmanilton , K. L. Bhoxait.
. W. Wallace , J. W. Ko > ll i ,
A. W. Hieet.
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