Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 29, 1883, Image 6
A DAiLi B E--00JJN'Ciij ( J3LUJBTS IOWA TOfSDA * MAY 29 The Daily Bee. COUNCIL BLUFFS. Tuesday Mornlnj ? , May 20 , BATES : ; Carrier , - - - - SO cent * per week. /Mall - - . . . 110.00 per Year. OflJoe : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near roadway. MINOR MENTION. See Joseph Rcltar'i spring style * . Addition * ! local on seventh Tho' Round T blo has no irootlng thla wook. St. Aibani ledge , K. of P. , meet this evening to arrange for Decoration day. day.W. W. R. Vanghan hai aont one of his Hordlts to Atlantic to ran thcro dur- ng the races. .Tho newly elected street supervisor , Hardln , expects to enter actively upon his work to-day. George Sahwlndolo has commonood to erect a fine dwelling on his lota on Oakland aronno. Judge Henderson , of Marshalltown , Is now presiding hero , having ex changed with Jadgo Reed. The powder-house men have boon granted two wooka more In which to arrange to remove their combaatlblos , I ; reminds one that the Fonr'.h Is really coming , to BOO the display of firowor' a at Duquette , Oalbort & Go's. Go's.Mr. Mr. Bnrnham , of the firm of Burn- ham & Sons , of roasted ct Sio fame , is completing a now residence at the head of Oakland avenue , In the whirl of other events , the hospital scheme should not bo forgot ten. Contributions era always In or der for that worthy enterprise. All who can spare fl > wura or ever greens should bring their offerings to the headquarter * of Abe Lincoln post this moruing at 10 o'clock. Albart Sohrodor , at 138 Broadway , la making some fine Improvements in his plaoa in repainting , calclmlnlng , giving it a metropolitan appoaraoo. Builnosa men should try and ar range ao aa to oloao on the afternoon of Decoration day , BO that all may have an opportunity of attending the exerclsoi. Tha St. Patrick's Benevolent society has received the services of the now Qjnncll Bluffs Harmony band to march with them and discourse nwoot music on Decoration Day. Two prisoners for potty offenses who were unable to pay their fines , worked thorn ont yesterday on the atreot crossings on Broadway , shovelling off the mad. They worked well , too , Shall the city build a city building and j ll combined , or shall It build simply a jail , and in a year or two later put up a city building ? That's the question. Ojght not there to ba some stops taken preventing the city from storing Ita gasoline in the center of thocltj ? Borne think gasoline la about aa bad as gunpowder if not properly stored. The early and the later rain seemed to have pooled Issuoi , and it rains all the time. The farmers gramblo be cause they have to replant their corn , while merchants look glum when staked how trade is. Remember the aoctil to bo given this evening at the Homo of the Friendless and for the benefit of that worthy institution. All should en courage thla enterprise by their pres ence and liberality of purae. The spasmodic cry of "clean up the city" seems to have died away , with out much having been done in that direction , There were too many proclamations on paper and not en ough in court. The man and woman brought before Justice Abbott for lewd conduct in the dugouts , aa if that was possible , have boon held for the action of the grand jury , the bail being fixed al $100 each. The board of equalization is meeting both afternoons and evenings now , sc aa to finish np the work before the first Monday in Jane , by which time the bouks mast bo turned over. More settees are needed In Bayllsa park , especially on pleasant Sundays when there ate crowda. List Snnda ] afternoon tbo seats seemed to bt monopolized by the men , there boluc 66 oi thm to only four ladies am three girls , Those who are so set against th kindergarten system hero will ba In terested in learning that in Ohlcagoai effjrt is being made to establish ( re kindergartens there in all parts of th city. city.An An attempt is being made to jge Rtv. Mr. Maokoy to give a publl address on tbo Irish land question , h having by personal observation am atndy .become familiar with many fact worthy of a general hdarlng. One yonng lady who evidently b < llevea in woman's rights , oven if sh can't get them , was on her muse ] while riding out with a young ma Sunday tfttrnoon , and beoauso h wouldn't let her drlvo alapped his fac very enthusiastically an they whlrle along the public highway. Ho kej the reins' though. The schoolmates of the unfortnnul Davis boy who lost his legs by tl cats at the Northwestern depot , ai showing much sympathy for him b contributing tholr inUca to his cai and comfort. It Is to bo hoped thi the tame spirit rf klndllneis wl cling to them until 'in advanced yea they may bo called on to contiibul to a hospital enterprise or some othi ebarltable scheme needed by the olt ; Taere have been of late many cisi brought before the justices of tl peace In which mere children ht > \ been the defendants. One man a ( piled to a justice yesterday to have six-year-old boy arrested for atoallr. toy wagon , but the justice wisely r fused , instead of folloihg the usui custom and Inning papers and rm clog up coif * for the county to pa ; It may ba necessary to arrest lltt children , bat Is seems that if the grl hand of the law was properly oted I spanking Instead of arresting , there would bo better results. There are now twenty prisoners in jail , Seven prisoners wore arraigned In the district court yesterday but they all said they were Innocent. Thcro must have boon a mistake made somewhere. Ban Hogan , the Christianized thump er , who has been dealing the dovll some hard blows here , now goen to Hastings , Neb. , to keep up the fijht thoro. In the caao of John Watson vs. the Wabash railway , In which the jury gave Watson $7,000 for the loss of his fool , a motion waa made yesterday by tin railway company's attorneys for an arrest of judgment. In the district oonrt yesterday the ease of Weldner va. the Wabash rail way was tried and the jury retired about 5 o'clock. This case waa brought to recover damages for a cow killed by the oars. The case of Patton vs. Lovoll was then taken np. The funeral services of the late Dr. Ballard will bo hold at the residence , on First avenue , at 2 o'clock this afternoon , Rev. Cyrus llamllnoffiplat- lug , the services being under Iho direc tion of the Masonic fraternity , of which deceased waa a tnembor. The re mains will bo Interred In Filrvlow cemetery , where ho has two children burled. The whenl of fortune that wont "round and 'round at thn driving park had to pay n lloonao of $1,000 to tlui association. It la hard to ooo where there ia any great difference between the viheol of fortune , and kono'rou lette , faro , oto. , which games have boon shut np tight by the city author ities , and yet the management of the association , which allowed the wheel of fortune , Is madu up of the head of the city authorities , ono of the mem bers of the board nf education , and other promlnouts. Thcro are a num ber of striking inconsistencies which appear from this state of facts. Mr. Strock , of StrockBroa. , Prince ton , III. , who lately looked ever thu ground here with the view of starting a pinning mill , h&a decided In favor of Oouncil Bluffs , and having purchased three lots on Bond street , near the Wabash freight depot , will noon commence - monco building. The main building Is to be of brick , 3G by 90 foot , two stories and basement. Other frame buildings will also bo put up , and the newest and beat machinery provided , BO aa to make the establishment < ta complete as any in the west. Thla en terprise will be heartily welcomed here , and it la to bo hoped that It may bo orowned with the success it merits. Ansjnutnra Bltt n do not only Olitln- l-h t < cmeelve < by their aromatic odor abora I others tenor a' I jr iiae'but ttvy are nisi a ouio rcTentlro lor aildlsoMcs originating from the 1 gcitlvo o K ns liowaroof count * if lt . Auk our Kfocor or druirg.ft . for thi genuine article , auulacturcd by Hi. J. 0 11 , Blot /cer / The Jewott Ilatrlgurator gives the lost'aatlsfaotlou. Ooopor & McOao ave thorn , 41 Main at. We notice the Marriage Fund Mutual rust Association , of Cedar Ilapldn , owa , highly spoken of by the loading lauers. You nbould secure a certificate .t . once. Write for circulars and appli cations. _ _ DRUNK AND DISGUSTING. The Shocking Spectacle Made in a Broadway Restaurant , Other Matters' Ooneidered by the Courts. A man giving his name as J. Mo- Gee , was on a Sunday afternoon rnnk , which seems to have reduced 1m to oven below the brnto idea of ooenoy. As ho was walking along troadway with a man named James lurphy , who was also drank , ho en- ered a restaurant where a number were eating and commenced the most ilthy and disgusting talk , and a most ndeoont exposure of person. Charles loblnson proceeded very justly to brow the drunklng follow out of ioors , and as MoGeo wont tumbling over the sill onto the side walk he struck against Murphy who was waiting fur him knock- ng him down. As Murphy fell its head struck against the sidewalk , causing a ncalp wound from which the blood Quired trooly. McGen call ed for the police , and Ofliodr Cuticle coming to the rp > r | arrested the two. iIcGeo wanted Rublnson hold for as sanlr , but ho was discharged , the aa- uult so'-mlnR jmtlfublo , MjGoii was fined 29 GO , whllo his friend Mur phy got uff with $7 CO , Gaorgo Wilson , a plain drunk , also stopped up to the bar and became ad < justed by'87.CO. Charles 8 to wart and Thomas Lan nlng , two vagrants , were yntordoj lined $14 GO , which amount they wore allowed to work nut on the streets The ca es of Charles Nicholson aui Jurats Barko , who were arrested 01 complaint cf Charles Peterson , havi been continued until this afternoon Peterson claims that they triad to rol 1 in of his money , but it appears tha ho did not lose a cent and that hi Imagination , excited by whlikv , lei htm to bellovo that a little dlflionlt ; between them was an attempt to hull him up. TUoao Complaining of Sire Throat , Ho tr en n < , or "ttlln cold , " Bhould mo BROWN'S UIIONCKU TKOOHE.S. Toe tiltct U cxtraon.llu.trj particularly when used liy Makers au speaker * for clearing tha voice. Commercial job printing , fin PI styles and roninnnhla rates , at Pryor BEE Job Oilioa , 7 Pf arl street. A scientific chemical compoun that Rives health nnd strength ! Crown's Iron Blttcra. Dr. Wrst. Dentist. 14. Pearl strei The very bejt iron preparation , an the one luilnu the largest alb , : Brown's Iron Bitters. Ona of th suhHintlal loitltutloni la tt Marriage fund Mutual Truit Anociatioi of ( Jedar llapldf , Iowa. Legally oripi lte < l , ctBcwed and managed by rellab wen. Kvery unmarried person sboul have a cert6ot.te ! In thl * aMoolatlon , It a ipleuriUl InTeitment. Writ * fur clro1 lars. Good amnU waatod. DECORATION DAY. The Preparations Being Made for Its Observance flora , The Programme of Exorcise ? , and Various Announce ments. To-morrow la to bo observed in this city with a duo showing of patriotism and of grateful and tender remem brance of the fallen horooa. The work of preparing the floral decora tions demands many nimble fingers as well as an abnndauco of flowers , and moat of the work must bo done to-day , The ladles are , therefore , requested to moot promptly at 10 o'clock this morning at the headquarters of Abe Lincoln post , G. A. R. , and those who can furnlah flowers should bring them to the same place at that hour. The oxcrclaoa are to bo to-morrow afternoon. In preparing for the par- -vdo nil eoclotioa iit.d organizations in tending to participate should moot nt their respective hallo at 1 o'clock sharp , in order that the procession may ba formed BOOH after thnt hour. The prcaeeaton ia to bo formed at thu corner of Willow avcnno and Sixth atreot , and the line of march will bo south on Sixth atreot to Seventh avo- nuu , east on Seventh avenue to Main struct , north on Main ntrcet to Broad , wf-y , cant on Broadway to Market street , then to Washington avenue , and along Washington avenue to Oik- land avuimu and to tbo cemetery , whcrn the following ttxerclaca will taka plnco , J. M , Phillips proiiding , THU OIlDim OK EXKIIOIHKS , 1 Music by the band , a. i'rnyor. 3. Anthem by St. Paul's church choir. 4. AddreoH t-y Mayor Cole , of Nebraska City. 5. Muelcby the bnnd. 0 , Address by LUu'tnant Gorcrnor Manning. 7. Hyiun , to ba entig hy tlin Muilonce. 8. AiUlnm hy Hon. N. M. I'uoey. 8. Music by the Imnd. 10. A'ldresa ' by Hon. Cha . M. Harlo. 11. Autheoi by St. 1'fcul'a church choir. 12. Services on decoration of the un known spot , conducted by Chaplain Mackev. 13. Decoration of soldiers' graves. 14. Closing exercise * and benediction at platform. TUB UAYOIl'n PROCLAMATION. To tha People of Council Bluffs ; WllKimAB , The SOth day of May of each year DM been cat apart as the occasion of the decoration of tko eraves of those who either foil OB the field as soldiers of the union army during the Rreat civil war , or who served as patriots in that cause , it it therefore fitting and proper that all the people join in this highly commendable ceremony , and to that end I , Thomas Howmun , mayor of the city of Council UlufTa , call upon all citizens to lav nslde all business of whatever kind , on Wo'nea- dny , the SOth day of Mny , 18S3 , and join In the decoration of the graveH of the sol dier dead , nnd to obeorva the clay with be fitting reverence. Given under my hand officially , this 28tli day of Mav , A. D. 18S3. THOMAS UOWMAK , Mayor. BT , I'ATJUCK'BHOCIKTT. ST. PATUIOK'S BEM'I SOCIETY HALL. ) May 28 , 1883. J All winning to take part In the proces- on ou Decoration Dsiywlll assemble at t , JoBOph'fl hall , nt 1 u'o'ock p. in , on hat day. Ei > . A. WICKHAU , Beoratary. If yon want the best Oil Steve made call and see the Monitor at Cooper & McGeo'a , NoUMdnst. . Deals In Dirt. The following transfers of real estate ro reported as taken from the records iy J. W. Squire & Co. , abstractors of Itles , real estate and loan agents , Oouncil Blufh : J. B. Rue to L P. Judson , lot 3 in 'lock ' 17 , lots 4 nnd 5 In block 1 , Bay. IBS' 3rd add. , $25. W. H. M. Pusey to T. Officer , undivided - divided & lot 3 la block B , Curtis A Ramsey'sadd. , $550 W. W. Haworth to F. J. Diy , lots 2 and 13 in block 30. Burnt' odd. , ud lot 9 in block 28 , Howard'd add. , $150. F. Dulln to J. Madden , lot No. 2 in block 9. Oartls & Ramsey's add , OO. J. Stuart to B. B pp , part mjof PC 14 , and part of a ( j sec 11 , 17 , 38 , $3 774. K. R. Hlnck'oy ' to J. B. Johanaen , arts of Into 10 and 11 In block 15 , iValnut , $1,000. * Lydla E. Plnkham'a great labora- ory , Lynn , Maes. , la turning ont millions of packages of her celebrated Compound , which are being rent to .ho four winds , and actually find tholr way to all landa nnder the sun and to the remotest confines of modern civili zation. Open for work , Pryor's UEK Job Printing Office , 7 Pearl atroet. Our New Liouii i > uu improvement ( Jo Investigation into the matter cpu- vlncea us that ono of the most oqnita bio , reasonable and feasible plans of building houses la that proposed and in operation by the Mercantile Loan , Trust and Improvement company of ihls city , By Investing in shares In this Institution , which la backed by some of our best and most reliable business men , it becomes possible aud comparatively oaay for a man of moderate orate moans to accuro a comfortable home for himself nnd family. In tak ing a certain number of shares , at n certain monthly payment , In a fen years a man can own a house of his own for about the earns as ho pays monthly for rent. We bclluvo the Mercantile Loau and Truol company , by organizing and opiuiing np for business , having filled u long felt want in Council Bluffr. Tholt plans nnd system of loana will boar Iho moat careful scrutiny and exam ination , nnd wo have no hesitancy In pronouncing them reasonable and equitable , and backed by gentlemen of honor and Integrity. Aa the com pany exists It becomes at once an In. atltutlou of value and credit to oni city and those who desire homes , Their president is T. A. Ktrkland vloe president , Judge Peako ; secretary rotary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , Col Boebe , and their office la In the base inent of Shugart'a and MoMahon'i new block , oornar First avenue am P * rl itr t. li J , N , OASADY , F. H. OROUTT. CA8ADY & ORGUTT , 502 BROADWAY , - ' COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , EXCLUSIVE CARPET STORE. Only one' in the City. Stock now Complete. Mail Orders Solicited. OASADY & ORCUTT , 502 Hrrmdwny. Bulk and Barrel Lime , LOUISVILLE km POeTLAWD CEMENT , MICHIGAN PL&STEK , HAIR AND SEWER PIPE. Hard aril Soft Con * a Tow < > t I'rlco. No 3t Pcatl Street . . G nn II Uh Wholesale and Retail Fine Shoes a Specialty , 413 Council Broadway , Bluffs. NUGfcJNT & SMITH , MERCHANT TAILORS , First-class Goods and the Best of Workmanship Guaranteed. NOB. 7 nd 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. BIT kill $ nn GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Btr U & UU 18 Main Struct and 17 Pearl Street. L. B. CLARK & CO. . DRUGGISTS. at all hourn Preecriotiona , 100 Broadway com FU4AV t\Any > llnmr5TnTj HOUSK , f Grocery 215 Main Street. ill MA aVi U n K , / I Hotfjl | J1 ? & 2i9MBiu St. RADQTniAf M II OFFICE : JM DMnO B UlV , IVI. U , , Oor. 5th St. and Btb Ave. OFFICE Oor. Main and 5th , np-stairs. : DR I F WHITF * & > JUi % U& ' 11111 411U UkJA U OH Residence , 609 Willow Avonae. N PyilR7 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE , Oilioe over American Express. U/APUCD WVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT SG WHUll t.ll | for fnnorah at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St. J. M. ST. JOHN & CO , CASH BUYERS , Who c ale Imttnr , tfvi , poultry nd ( rult. ShlploUi. Draft by return mill UQ Broadway. A njcnnr NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE. H * rlLnUC Oor. Main and First avenue. PETHYBRJDCE & HER8 KTZ. WRAITH CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Oor. 7th and CC t. ) 19 1 1 I Mr Broadway. Plans and specifications famished W UQ HFRMAN J.u FfN.K HARNESS I have the variety that brings patronage. 124 Main street CO A MIC V MERCHANT TAILOR , Artistlu Work F IS MR L I j nnd Reasonable Charges. 872 Broadway FURNIT-URE > STOVES and HOWE & SON - - Houswhold Supplies , 303 Broadway ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block Practices In etaty and federal conrtB. 10K CRISAM AMD CONFEO MRS. S. J. BROWN , TIONEUY , 216 Broadway. / ' ? Pfl Mftnu'f Fine ForuuureUpholstery good EOTOOR/E'DTJ 8 I X UUi | Curtains and Window Shades , 309 Bw ° y K And bath house , 421 and 423 Broa.dwuy. L. Sov- SVI erilgn , Prop , , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy. lA/JtnC if ADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office WHUCi UHnTj Uray's stable , No. 12 Scott street. n I LKklGJiKG V Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup * Vt Dllod , 8th St. , between Gth and 7th Aveuuo EDWIN JH AB80TT and General Conveyancer , 415 B'way nLlQVilL H'.iUot ; | , , Opera House. Refitted. $1 , $150 * per day. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS GAY & C.4SSEL . , Corner Sixth strict and Avenno G W H 111 R/SY / NKWAND SEC ° ND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS BOUGHT AND SuLD. 212 Broadway COU GSL BLUFFS SI2EGIM NOTICES , KOTICK. 8j < ocl l tdvcttliomcntu , eac Last , Found , To Loan , For Stle , To Kent , \Vnntt , Eoardln ? , etc. , will bo lonrtod In this column at the ow rote ol TKN CENTS PEH LINE lor the flr t Inoorkion ni FIVE CKXTO PKU LINE lor each Bubeoquont Insertion. Leave nlv eitlicm * at out office , No. T Pfarl Streat. ocsr Rn dw v. _ _ _ ' ' WA'NlEh A petition cu'tt r li om flr-t cUii hi u e. First clmi r fere' > cn e'.vei. . Addisjj Cutter , Hi * Onlcr , Council UluSi. ' BY.I ) oouj In Uouucli liiuai lo WAM'IKU Tni Ou , 0 cent ! wr wMk , da lUered by orrteri. Office , No I Pearl fitiwl near Drotdway. DKE3 In u ciiiee M a Hundred at Ste OLD packaii * ai Tui Dn office , No , T Pearl itroe U PInlTUALUM Mrm. H. W. Wllion , t Of. § den IUu . Fitehounelrlo rt'4lir nd < i + tatlon of b r. rtw , etc , ft. 0 > * iopl relr * o i TuiadaT , Thmnday , ud Saturday efmt jt. P. OVERTON , DFALBU IN Hard Wood , Yellow Pine and Red Cedr Lumber , Oak r.d Ilcd c ( "ar Til rg , Ce hr Tok't' r r l'-1'ifti il l'enc I'obti , Oik D.nioiulo atuff UililKH Mat rU tftiil kludi , t 1UU Kick I'llce A Sj > i ! ally ID WOOD AND COAL lor brick yard imrpoui. A < u'l lupplj rlwort und coa > jlwuy OK tun I it j r , 0i > nd 80 Mull ) ktrret. Otllco , 605 Fitti nvtnue , bct M Malptrid Pa rlitr.eU _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MORHAN , KKLLKR & 00. , . Th Unnt qutlltT ° d luvMt itock wnt o Chlomo of Wooden uid UeUllc CM < * . Call ! U tended to > > t all hnun. We < Klv oommtltlun quality ol ifoolj or price * . Out Ur Moiyui hM MIT * > I M uuutrtik.r for lortr ) on nd thor oufhljr ui oeriuuitl. hU nuMnMK. Wkrerooou 811 Irt ) a j. UfUCUilKKINO In UI Ita bnaobM oromntlr ut id l to ' o c n > < * U IrjC uia iwnorequln * . t defnphlo Ma UM M tin UM wtUoui * Uy. Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. , 412 Broadway , C mncll Bluffy \ rnw . West Side Square , Olarlnda / 1OWA > B. S. TERWILLIGER , DECORATOR AND DEALER IN FANCY W _ A-LLi IP _ A. IP IE IE ? , , 31 Main Streol- , COUNCIL BLUFFS. DUQUETTE , GUIBERI & CO. , ( Succciuorg to EI'.B & DUQUETTE ) 10 and 18 Pearl-st. , Council BIu.Ts , Ia. ' BULLWAN & FiTZaERALD , DEALERS IN GROGEIIIESPROVSI03 ! , BOOTS&SHOES Dwfts on Bnr.k of Ireland , Dublin , frnslo. ; 343 Broadway , Council Bluffs. L. C. BRACKET ! , 224 and 226 Broadway. BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES , 'Greatflst Variety In the City. No stranger should fail to visit my store rooms. E. S. COLE & CO. , JIANDFAOTUBEnS AND DEALERS IN ALL THE HOST IMPROVED KINDS OF LIOHTNiNG RODS S ORNAMENTS. AIjo Wood fttid Imn PTJ.VlPS. Wood Tubing d O i Pipe and Puinn fixtures , ( or both Woo a. d In ; n Pump' . Orden wi.l receive u . empt . attention. Mo. . 601 H nth Main Stifet , COUNO L BLUFFS , 10\VA. fJ5-eod- Broadway Steam Laundry ! 724 WEST BROADWAY , A. C. LARSON , - - Proprietor. LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY. JOHN R. MAR ! IN , PLUMBER , CAS AND S CAM FITTER Has o full line of Bath iMba , Slnkv , Bollera. Brnss nnd Lead Goods , Lead and Iron Pipes and fittiuKS , Jobbing promptly attended to. I'iiat-olms wrrk gunrantped. NO , 11 PEARL STRKET. . . ' COUNCIL BM'FFS. _ ITIE ABSTRACT 0 F F IDE. . " . - As O < O. i , a n d s and Lots Bought and Sold. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES. NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS. OUHCIL BLUFFS . IOWA CRESTOM HOUSE , MAXMOHH. . PEOPBIETOa. 215 217 and 219 south Main street , CODNOIL BLUFFS. . . . . . IOWA. D. A. BENEDICT MRS. . . , THE LEADING DEALER IN JL Jtd gat JL3TP sfHfc M " JL " % 337 Brondvv-tvy , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa , WINTHERLICH BRO'S , Iron & Brass Foeflry Oor. Clh Street and llth Avenne , COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA. I D IDMDXDBCm , I. L. tllOOllT. A. W.BTUirl President. Vlce-Froa't. Cublor. CITIZENS BANK O ? Council BlnfTe. OrinltoJ ender the Uwe ol the Slcte of Iowa PalJ up c i > ltal . t 75,000 Authorlwde lilt l. . . . . - . WO.ct * Iutcrc t raid un time JepotU ) . Drafts Iwntxl n the nrtnclpM cltleu ol the United Stated and Knropv. Sr tl l r.ttcntlou ulrcu to colloctlonf ud corie > < onil < oca with prompt rctuini. DIRKOTOM. I , D. EJmucdson , E. L. . W WslUct , J. W. HoJfor A. W. SUoe . root. omen. w , n. u , ruin OffiCiR & PUSEY , XU9. Council Bluffs , Ia , Established , - - 1866 I > * len In Fertltn and Pom nth Kxchuc * d knM t * * rttiM. , E , J , HABDINB , M , D , Medical Electrician AND GYNECOLOGIST. ol Electropnthlc Inetllatlon , Phil * dclphlt , Ponnit. Offlco Oor , Broadway & Glenn AYB. COOUCIL BLUFro , IOWA. Tbc treatnitai of all dlseioos ked plntnl Ccultlei paculln to femtlm > tpacltltr W. R. VAUGHAN ; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Omaha and Oouncil Bluffs Rral Estoto & Collection Agonoy. n Odd Fellow.fi block , over Savings' WHOlMitl DBA1B1 IS PROMPT CASH PAID. Ho * nmlHl ni < liUt < L B oi lor ootaUwU. M Biwdwkjr. - ICOUXCn Kinm.