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6 THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS SATURDAY , JULY 11 , 1885.
THE DAILY BEF.
Saturday Morning , July 11.
SO eenta'ptt wMk
B7.M B Oanlei - I . . _ . . - 110.00 pet year
MINOB MENTION ,
Roller , merchant tailor , for fmogoode.
Three hones and ono mnlo In the
Sells Brothers' show wont through hero
last night for Glonwood.
Thomas Bowman returned last night
from Washington , D. 0.
Permit to wed was yesterday given to
F. Bolwell and Etnolla Boyors , both of
The Baptists had a plea-ant social last
evening at the residence of the pastor ,
the Rev. Dr. Oooloy.
Arrangements are being made for a
big shooting match at iho driving park ,
to take place the last part of the month.
The board of health mob last night to
rognlato the actions of the city scavenger ,
but postponed action until Monday night
A gathering of friends woio happily
entertained last evening at tfeo residence
of 0. Lewis , near the deaf and dnmb
Sheriff Guitar left last evening for
Fort Madison with young Novillo. Thla
leaves two moro prisoners to bo taken
over the road on the next and last trip.
Services at the Baptist church nt 10:30 :
a. m. and 8 p. m. to-morrow morning.
Subject , "Christ's Ownership of Souls. "
Evening subject , "Gather Up the
James Llndeoy was before Justice
Fralnoy yesterday on a chaige of threat
ening Slater , who has charge of the driv
ing park. Ho was placed nndor $50
At the mooting of the city council last
ulght a levy of ono mill was made for
the Improvement of the city park. All
other important business went over until
next Monday night.
The Fore cases still prove a drawing
card at Justice Shurz court , and the
room was packed yesterday. It is report
ed that at the conclusion of these cases
the Fero brothers will quit their posi
The city council was to have mot as a
committee of the whole yesterday after
noon , to consult with citizens about the
proposed change of grade of Harrison
and other streets- The conncilmen did
not materialize , however , and the matter
got no attention.
The reducing of the fire department
wont into effect at 12 o'clock last night ,
Chief Walters sitting up to lasuo the
orders. A. B. Howe retires from the
foremanshlp of No. 1 , and J. W. Rapelje
as foreman of No. 4.
It was expected that Judge Loofbou-
row would bo hero yesterday to hoar the
motion for a now trial In the Cuff John-
eon case , but ho sent word that the ad
journment of the term of court aa made
by the clerk last Monday would have to
atand , this adjournment being till the
December term , the olork not receiving
the later advice , sent by telegraph , In
Umo to not upon it.
Christian Anderson Is anything but a ti
Christian. Ho was arrested for cruelty
to hla wlfo , who It Booms washes to help er
support the family. Her husband col beB
lected about $3 due her for work and B
went on a spree , which ho closed up by dcSi
going home and beating the woman Siwi
physically , oven worse than ho had beaten - hire
on her financially. Ho wrenched her
arm so badly that a physician had to bo reef
called In , and eho will bo unable to USD ab
It for nome tlmo to ocme , The brutal abwl
husband was sent to jail for ion days. sic
There are whisperings that some of the i
work and some of the material being used ab
In the construction of the city jail Is not CO
according to the ha
specifications. Ono ho
feature ol these reports Is In regard to
the number of water-closets , but thla Is
explained by the statement that the
plans were necessarily changed In this re- In
gard. There nro other reports as to the
material for the roof and the cornices not
being as called for In the plans and speci
fications , and these will bo looked Into yo
also by the authorities. The board is de thi
termined there shall bo no cause for com ma
plaint or censure. the
At the fire till
Thursday night a disgrace
ful row took place between members of ma
the fire department , the words used being - nd
ing aj hot the nd
aa flames they were fight
ing , and even blows bolng given. The as
boys did good work in putting out [ the she
fire , and stopped what thro tened to bean prc
an extensive blaze , so the quarrel did not sol gra
sjora to lessen the efficiency of the de llvi
partment on this special oceaalon Per- one
hapa the boya work bolter when they are rut
mad , but Ir seems that thay ought to bo the lat
ao organized ts to do awny with the lice
neceaalty of their Cghtlog among thom- nm
eolvos at aach timej. The excuse given app
for the sin >
ono of lieu
the department had a little too much she
fighting whiaky on board. Jutt how wil
much this batters the matter la a ques mat
tion respectfully referred to the log
Subatantlal abstracts of Utlo snd real
101 Pearl sttott , anx
Head Jodd & Smith's oiler cf ? rooo Inte (
reward in another column. the
Hauthorn sells wocd nt hla feed store ,
WdlsOcnkhai accepted the position Oa
of gtiioral egsntat largo of the < 'safety cccu
fund syih-m" of the Flatted Ufa ncd
annuity lueurjiico company , cf Hartford.
Conn. , and nilHicjio the 0 muni Blolls brld
branch of tha western department at No tha
SQUALLY FOR SKILES.
TIIB Penitentiary seems Yawning For
Farttior Crookedness Discovered.
The career of R. I. Skllos , who was In
the boot and shoo business on Main
street , now promises to end Inglorlonsly.
Sktloa Is still In jail In Omaha , and It Is
said that his hopes of having the charge
of forgery dropped have fallen through ,
It seems that before engaging In business
here ho was an agent for the Iowa and
Nebraska Insurance company , and that ho
forged his father-in-law's name to a bond ,
It was expected by him that his father-in-
law would appear to tostlfiy , and the case
would bo dropped , but It appears that hii
father-in-law holds himself ready to
testify against him at any time , and it Is
reported that In vlow of this foot , Skiles
has concluded to plead guilty and beg for
mercy. The penitentiary seems to bo
waiting for him ,
Yesterday T. N. Bray was over from
Omaha to replevin the stock of goods
which had been seized by Fllcklngor
Bros , on'a ohattlo mortgage. It appears
that by a written contract Skllos was to
run the shoo store hero for Bray , the
latter owning the stock. When Skilca
got Into trouble here ho borrowed some
money and gave a chattlo mortgage for
$200 In favor of Fllcklngor Bros. It is
claimed that Skllos showed Mr. Fllckln
gor a bill of sale by which it appeared
that Bray had sold to Skilos the ontlro
stock , and and received the par
therefore. Bray Insists this was a
forgery , as ho never gave any such bill
of sale , and Skiles now donlos that ho
over showed Flicklngor any such docu
ment , but In view of Skiles1 record , It
seems probable that in order to secure
a loan ho forged Bray's name to the document -
umont , and after getting the loan on the
stock , destroyed the paper.
Under the contract between Skiles and
Bray , the former was to make a weekly
accounting to Bray of sales and expenses.
SInce Skiloa has shown up so poorly , the
stock has boon Invoiced , and it seems
that there has been qnlto a shortage not
accounted for. It is apparent therefore ,
that Skiloa has been playing sharp In
moro ways than one.
Ono of- the wont features of Skiles1
conduct Is his pretentious to ploty , by
which ho has duped good church men ,
not only out of their money , but their
confidence. It seems that while lie was
talking so piously , and making such pre-
tontlons , ho was winning among certain
classes great notoriety for his lasciviousness -
ness , Some of the goods now short are
said to have been used In payment of Ille
gitimate bills contracted In hia dissipa
tion , and there Is no knowing how many
pairs of shoes from that stjck are now
being worn out by feet which "go down
to death. "
It Is reported that some time ago ho
attempted to satisfy the ten dollar
claim of one of these women bv
giving her a seven dollar pair of shoes ,
but that the woman appearing at the
store and making so noisy a demand for
the bahnce In cash , that ho had to call
on the police for protection. Then came
the girl with her demand for roperation
for alleged seduction , and It cost § 75 to
settle that. So many such troubles all
point to Sklles as being a rank hypocrite ,
who nnder the guise of piety , has been
dnplng many victims.
It Is said that Gen. Howard , of Omaha ,
whose big , Christian heart , was moved to
sympathy by the pious appeals of the
young man , the son of an honored , old
army friend , will lose quite heavily for
believing In Sklles' pretensions and
promises , he ia said to have vouched for 01
him , and guaranteed Mr. Bray and SBM
others against loss. M
Skllos Is said to have got W. S. Homer ar.
go on two notes of § 50 each at one ar.ki
time , when M. E. Smith & Company at kibe
tached the stock on an old claim , Skllea beAi
bogging so plteonsly and being Introduced Ai
the citizens here as a protege of prom fe
inent and respected men.
Sklles' recklessness Is shown by num
erous purchases. He , for Instance , re
bought a § 25 baby wagon of L. 0. reGi
Brockett , and sacured It on credit. The Gibe
debt was secured by Gen. Howard , and bo
Bkllea took It over to Omaha , where It $2
was Immediately seized upon by some of ab
bis creditors thoro.
Skllos and hla wife have separated , she M
refusing to live with him longer. Ono
his children , a bright little girl , aged ag
ibout four bora to him his
years , by hrat to
irlfe , who IB now dead , has been on this
ildo of the river , ho having loft her with PiCO ca ;
family on First avenuo. It has boon
pitiable to hoar the little ono asking
ibout her father , and when he would
Jomo back. The llttlo one's grandfather CO
IBB now sent for her , and proposes giving
icr a homo. bo >
TOO MUCH an
IN A HUBBY , ho
Omalm Woman Overanxious to
Become a Motlier-in-Imw.
Yesterday a woman , accompanied by a
'onng man and two girls , appeared at Ru rec
county clerk's office and asked for a the
aarrlago license for her daughter and on 1
. The An
young man. application was
lied out , giving the name of the young lea an
aau aa Abraham Davis and his ago as 2G , otti
the ghl's name as Caroline Connors , pee I
their residence as Omaha , Inquiry rln
to the girl's ago revealed the fact that mil
was only 13 , and the clerk very the
romptly and rightly refused to has
rant the necessary permit , An hour or oft I
later , an old man named Adams , who thai T
vos here , appeared at the clerk's office the
applied for a llcensa again , giving theme The
mo of the young man aa Rose , and and
of the girl ai Murphy , saying that reqi
girl's mother wanted him to got the clog
ceueo. Ho did not seem to know very II
inch about cither of tbo ugj
parties , and hii
ipcared as a messenger sent by theme tain
mo : woman who had attempted to got a Tbo
cenaB juat before , It looked as If Boat
was planning to got a licoruo anyway not
iihout any regard to the names , the old sad
who made the second application - A
that he did know
not exactly the ago in It
the tjlrl bat that her mother had told nuln
she was bet ween thirteen and fit - MUII
. It ( a needless to cay the license high ;
not had , and tbo mother who is so thjU
ixlons to marry off her bibles will have have
try again , There is Lt
evidently some of It
creating hla I cry back of the aifalr , as tha\
desire of a real mother to got BO neit
unga daughter marrioa is strange. tivM
A-Qulct WcdilliiiT. whei
Wednesday of last week a wedding an 10 e ;
Burred at OtcooU , in this state , which ioG
tereaU many Council BlulTa people , the hous rhe
tdcgroom being Mr. 0. Sprultt , one of the ) *
teachers In the institution for the capti
and dumb In this city , a young nun Ganl
who Is highly esteemed In his
profession , AS well as socially. The
bride was Miss EQlo A. B bb , whose
homo Is In Oscoolft , and who loting her
hearing at the ago of nlno years by Ill
ness , entered the Institution five years
ago , graduating last year with high
honor. The ceremony was performed at
the homo of the bride , by the Rev.
Charles Dunlap , the ceremony being In
terpreted In the sign language by F. W.
Booth , formerly a teacher here , but now
ono of the teachers In the Pennsylvania
There were about two hundred guests
present , among them bolng F. C. Hoi *
loway , of this city , and 0. H. Babb , of
Mrs. G. B. Seekel , cf Logan , was among
the guests at the Koolino party ,
Fred Gardner , ono of Plnttamonth'a ' Imple
ment men , wtia in the city yesterday.
E. J. Cabloigb , agent of the ainger lowing
machines at lied Oak , was n Council BlufFa
Morahnl Babby , of Hamburg , . WM in the
city yesterday on hla way homeward from a
tiip into Nebraska ,
Otcar Koolino , Bert Evans , B. M. Sargent ,
and John Phllllpa left last ovenlnr for a two
weeks' stay at Spirit Lake.
C. W. Rood , of Sacramento , a large fruit
grocer , waa here yoaterday with a carload of
hla California fruit. Ho left for the oaat last
Mrs. F. D. Wright and her daughter ,
Lizzie , of Saltna , Kansas , are in the city on a
visit to Mrs. J. O. Bennett , who ia a daughter
of Mrs. Wiight.
W. W. Wmnwho for a timowaa connected
with the BBE in Council Bluffs , two years ago ,
waa in tbo city yesterday. Ho la now travel
ing for a Now York oil houso.
Robert Kirkwood , chairman of the county
board , was in the city yesterday. Next week
ho and Supervisor Frum will go to Des Moines
to attend the meeting of the atato board ,
Harry Hairit , who recently left hero to go
with the Grace Hawthorns company , haa re
turned , not over elated with the upa and
downs , and oapocially the downs of show lifo.
An extra twist of the Sioux City con-
ana returns shows a population of 19,074.
Giles1 circus gang done up the verdants
at Sidney with all manner of snap games.
The annual mooting of tbo Iowa
teachers Is in session at Spirit Lake , and
will continue until July 13.
Charles Roberts , a teamster , was
thrown from his wagon on the road near
Des Molnos and killed , Wednesday
The Cedar Rapids pork packers have
killed 108 437 hogs this year , a falling off
of over 8,000 for the corresponding time
Six hundred and forty-five is the exact
measurement of the comlnc ; democratic
state convention which will meat at Cedar
Rapids , August 19.
During the year last past Iowa pro
duced 2,601,154 Rolloos of whisky and
7,397,748 gallons of beer , which paid a
revenue of § 2,543,025.
Mrs. R. M. Davis , who was burned to
death in Denver on the 4th , was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oliphant ,
of Davenport , and lived in that city for
thirteen years. I
MIsa Jennie McCall , of Linn county ,
fell against a barb who fence a short time
ago , cutting her face and hands. Erysipelas
pelas attacked the wounds , causing the
death of the victim last week. all
Marcus Eavanavgh , jr. , a Des Molnes
orator , confeiBBS to having delivered the
aamo Fourth of July oration seven times.
Marcus bat become conscience-smitten ,
and will now retire from the roatruin.
Henry Krumpse , of Dubnquo , was
killed at McGregor on Monday morning
bolng crushed by a falling pile-driver.
Another workman , name unknown , suf
fered the loss of his arms and legs by the
jamo accident and will dlo.
A reward of $025 Is offered for tbo ar
rest of the parties who hung John A.
Hayes , the IC-yoar old boy , In Union
jfrovo , Harrison county. An effort is
bolng made to increase the reward to par1
52,500. The theory of suicide has been loci tea
Sheriff McCann , of Dubnqno , was on
Monday notified that on or before Au 0:2 ) :
gust 1st Injunction suits will bo brought 12:4 6:3 : :
igainst ; every saloon keeper In Dubnquo
restrain thorn from the sale of Intoxl- 0:25 : :
atlng liquors. C. B. Dorr , editor of the 7:25 : ;
Prohibitionist , and others , are the 6:30
0:20 : :
The Slonx City & Des Molnes railway 6:2 : ;
lompany ] has been Incorporated In Sioux
3ity. Toeslbly ono of the first things to 9:60 : :
done will bo to asilst tho. Milwaukee 31 1C
right-of-way across Woodbury county ,
ind other poitlona of the articles look to
2:1 ! :
lolplng the Dakota & Great Southern 8.0
nto the city.
J. H. Morrison of Oxford 7:20 :
, , Pa. , recently 7o :
eceived by mall a queen bee from Oarnlola ,
lussla. Twenty other boos were placed in
little cage for company , and only ono died 1:01 : :0o :
the lonjf journey. ;
The treeless condition of parts of the South
Lmerfcan pampas ia attributed to the work ol
onmnipretent ant , which feeds upon , the I-c
javos and quickly destroys tree seedlings' :16 ; 40
ther tender plants us soon aa the leavea ap- 11
An ice depcait at the mouth of the Sandy
iver , tn Oregon , ia twenty feet hipli , half a
long , and extending back an unknown
Istence. It waa formed by high water from Pi
Columbia driving it into the Sandy , and
since been covered with sand to the depth
two to five feet ,
The microscope reveals that Uiero are moro
1,000 muicltu in a caterpillar , and that
eye of the drone contuine 1,000 mirrore ,
beru are spider * aa amall aa n grain of sand ,
they spin o thread 10 fma that it would
quire -109 of them to tqual the ez < 3 ot a
agio ha r.
Itahlosnnl.-es liivo two hinged teeth , or
, wblen they project -outward iu attack ,
iich action ficea a noleonoua liquid con-
ineri la nmM Backs at the root of tuo toetb.
bite of common water , gaiter , and milk
akea U not poisonous , and black snakes do
bitr , but Bfjuef z < > the life from their prej
does the anucouda.
Amain J builder's idcl was found on a farm
of Tillin , Oblu , ore day last week. It la
the form of ttie rndo resemblance of B-me
Irani about four icchos in length , made of a
jieh col'Tfd , fine-grklntd ttone , and \or >
bly polished , No one knows how many
lusatida of years ago tbe little image irm >
been worthippcd by some devout native
Ltvit autumn a baok-seller named Afeyer
Itoiuieburg , tied a water-proof label undet
wing of a swallow which had occupied a
at bid houaa , and hid become compara
familiar , Oa it ho wrote a query in
irman to the effect tbat lie wished to know
tbo swallow would pass the winter P
bird returned to Ita former tieat beating
exchuHpa label , eitnilarly fasttmti.l , fajinK
Gorman al o : "In i'lorecco , ia Castallun's hull :
, and I baar many salutations. " F
horn of tbe rhlnoceroa is apt to grow in
wrong direction if tbe animal u held In
itivlty. Thivwiu tbe case recently with
of the tulmola in tha London Zoological ,
rdeni. It li a very fierce animal , but Mr. Age :
lUrtlfttt , the mpirlntondent , succeeded in
taming it by feeding it aoveral loavea of bread
every morning. 'While the animal waa eat
ing he took a jogged cano and ImitaUd the
action of a SAW on the brnto'a hornt. When
it became accnitomed to this proceeding a
carponterwaa cummonod , who anbatituted
taw for th ) atiok whllo Mr. Bartlett prolonged
the meal. When the horn waa almost off it
Cfttno in cmtact with the aero which It had
Auaod , * t7h beast torej&wny with A aavage
snort , theenw was broken to pieces , but the
incision rude by the aaw waa ao deep that
when tha inimal thrust the horn tgainet the
baralnitmgo it broke off , and all danger
waa thui ivcrtod. ;
Th folbwlng remarkable itory of n wato
anout in 7exaa ia published In the Gawoaton
Nnws under date of San Antonio , July 5 :
"Thia moning near Walden , 150 mllea west
of here ancaat-bonnd freight train wai ahnck
by a wator-jpout. The engineer saw the
wateripoit approaching , bounding along like
a rubber tall , tearing up earth and uprooting
all In Ita vay'and atowed the train to avoid
it. Juat ) eforo the watorenout reached the
line of the road It changed Ita courao and
bounded tlong , parallel to the track , with
frightful wlocltr. When oppoaito the train
the wateripout burst , deluging the engineer ,
fireman aid brakemau , who abandoned the
train and ilimbod aomo tiooa to avoid a wave
of water filly eighty foot hleh nnd about 100
fast wido. The locomotive and fourteen cara
were raised bodily and canto ! nearly 200 feet
from the tack , while the roadbed waa com *
nletely obiberated , No ono wna hurt , lload-
boda and n number of bridgea have boon
been wasted away by recent heavy rains. "
Dleolntloii or PArtnorBblp.
The jartnorahlp heretofore existing
between J. 0. Gorcpacher nnd George
Gorapacbar , la thla day diasolvod by mut
ual oonacnt. The bnalnoas will bo con-
tinned bf J. 0. Gorspaohor , at the old
ataud. ill billa duo the firm , or by the
firm , wll , bo settled by J. 0. Gerapachor.
Personal bills will bo Bottled by the in
dividual contracting.J. .
J. 0. GEHSPACHER.
COUNUL BLUFFS , July 8 , 1885
Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
Window Shades ,
Hugs , Etc. , Etc.
Careful Attention Given to Ou
of Town Orders ,
Upholstiry and Drapery Work a
Our stock Is the
Largest in He Blat
tnd la bejig continually replenished by
the latest and choicest novelties. at
4-05 Broadway Council Biufis JO
J. L. JUBBEVG'IaB. '
Ho. E07 Broadway Cnnncll Bluffs.
Railway Tima Table , for '
The ( ollowlm ; km the tlmea of tbo arrival tnd de.
urtcre of ti&lns by central oUndard time , * t the
! depot ) Trulus leave transfer depol ken rain-
earlier and arrive ton minutes later.
CBI'AUI. AKttlVB T
:26 A M Hall and Kiprcss 6 : ! > 0'r u
2:40 iu Accommodation 4:50 : r H
i:30 r u Express 0.00 A H L
CIUOAOO ABD BOOK ISLAND. Sw
A M Uall and Express BC3 : r U
A H Accommodation 6:16 : r M
f U Express 8.00 A H 1
o ncAoc , mLWAirati AND at. PADb. D Q
:20A M Jfa'I and Express 8.50 P M KOI
r u Expresi 0.05 A n IS
cmoAoo , naRUxoro * AND qamaT. r
A II ill and Express 7:10 : 1' u
r AQjJmmodatton 2:00 : t > u
r :60A : H E
i BT. LOtna AMD pirrnrJ. din
:1G r M Iiocil St. liouls Express Local D Q
r u Transfer " " Transfer 8:20 : r :
KAKaia oiir , ar. J0 AND council > i > D7ra. 13
OS A U Mall and Express 0:40 : r M
r M Express 0-/5 : A u w
HOUX cm AND rAcino. F
A H Mall for Sioux City 0.50 r u thil
r u Exprecs for 8t Paul 0.26 A U cill
A M Drover Express 4:35 : T U
os r M JJncolo 1'a.uO'afcH V 2.35 ! U
65 r H Overland iiprcea 8.30 A II
DUHHT TIUlNa TO OMAUA ,
> ave Council Bluff 6 85-7:55-9.80-10:50- :
a. m. 1SO : 2:30-8.30 : 4:28 : 6:26 : 8.25
p. in , Lea > o Omah 8.25 7:26 e:60 : 10
llilS a. m. 12:60-2:00 : : 8.00 4uO : 1:65 : 6:56 :
newnatic Beer Faucet.
Price Ib.Ol ) . A libotal discount
be made to parties ordorinj ; u
dozen Faucets nt ono time.
Fpr further particulars inquire oi JA :
R P. PAIN , mOl
Council Bluff * , low , Over "
eut for Western Iowa and JSeb.
Tlie New York
Council Bluffs. Iowa
UC and PRIVATE
SYSTEMS of SEWERAGE -
ERAG-E , WATKR
WORKS and VEN
ed and constructed.
in all its branches.
This coniDanv have
one of thebest assort
ed stocks oi plumb
ing goods in the west.
H. Birkinbine >
E W YORK
FLUMBINGI CO ! Y ,
552 BROADWAY ,
Telephone No. 27.
NOTICE. Special a vcrtlaemonti , o aa Lost
found , To Loan , Foi Sale , To Kent , Wants , BoardIng -
Ing , eta , will be Inserted In thla column at Ih. low
rate ol TEN CENTS PER LINE ( oi tha tint Insertion
nd FIVE CENTS PER LINE foi each subsequent In-
on. Leave advertisement al our offlo * , Mo.
I SttfMifc near Froadwav
TRADK line blcvc'o for a good hone , ad
dress B. U. , Bee office ) , Council Bluffs.
Situation as bookkeeper , first class ref
erence. Can epeik German or Engliah. Ad-
drees F n ; Bco cilice Council Bluffs.
Hltuatlon on a farm liy a young man s
WAVTRD . Addreta O. Ceo office , Counol
IOB SALBA llrst'ClaBS grocery ttok andtlt tuea
J. B. Snj dcr , 43 Broadway. Tl
Fort nrsT A now houeo , 0 rooms , desirable loca
tion , all conrenlenctes , rent moderate. Inquire
ITVOll SALE Lands Improved aad ununprovod.
If you want a farm In western Iowa , Kansas
Nebraska or Dakota , letua bear from you.
SWAN a WALKKH.
nOK HALE UOUSOB. Lota and Land. A. J
? Btephen on , 603 First avenue.
rpo KICAA.VO U a , b 9 , b 10 , l > 13 are holds In ulff-
JL orcntlocatlcns for sale or for tridc.
, special bargain ; 400 a Imrrotod farm worth
B1SS , prlro for a ehort time SIG.OOO , will trade
low priced Western lands. Swan & Walker.
B201 , eaddlory Hardware manufacturing cstah-
llnhiitnt eto.-k and raaclilnery , value $7,000 , for
vestern land Swan A.lVaik r , Council Bluffs.
> 203 , stoclt r < dry gdode , grocerlea and hardware ,
O value , $5,000 , In an gooaeastern Nebraska town
land. Swan fe Walker.
B201 , stock of general merchandise In a good
western Iowa town , value 4,000 , wants an Im
iroved farm In western Iowa. Hw n & Walker.
SOS , stock of hardware In Stubcn Co . Indiana ,
O for land , value about 81.000. Swan & Walker.
Q 200 , now stock of ban ware In a llvo Nebraska
town for land , v Iue $3,000. Swan & Walker.
> 207 , stock ef igriciltural Implements and shell
hardware , value about 8,001) ) . wanta a good Im
proved farm. Swan & Walker.
> S03 , a 810,000 stock of clothing In a good WIs-
> consln city , 3 In lands and btlanco cash or Im.
ro\ed < security. Beautiful store room at low rent.
Iwan & Walker.
, stock of mixed hardware In a Ihe western
Iowa town for cheap lands , value $0,00 } . Swan
211 , line brick block , rents well. In a Ilvo central
Ia.tu n one room otcuplcd with general Block ol
roods , wants an Improved farm , value ; building
3,000 , goods $7,000. Swnn& Eialkcr.
> 212 etooK of boots , shoes bats , caps and clothing
valued $3 000 , In end of tbo beet towna ui Neb. ,
alucd $3,000 for.anils. Swan & Wclkcr.
> 213 , a ? 3ODO stock of clotHng. wanta land In
North Western Iowa , for $0,000 , and will pay
llflorcnco. Swan & Walker.
211 , an $8,000 stock of druga In central Iowa for
land. Swan & Walerr.
21BanotIicr Block of drugs v lue from (600 to 8700
vlthRtoro buildingard lot value $ 00 In a good
ebruika town wants partly Improved land. Swan i.
full particulars , write to or call upon Swan &
FOB . If jou want to sell , buy , or tradeanjr-
hlns , tell S. & W. about It. bwon & Walker , Coun-
FOR BALB BT
s. A. PIERCE ;
00 Main t. , Council Biufis
Hetatl Uoot and Shoo store whore big bargains'can
In Council Dluffi bating a
all modern Improvements , call bolta , fire Tat
olarm belle , etc. , ia the
Noa. 215 , 217 and 210 , Alain Street.
AX anim , - PROPRIBTOB
\ND GARDEN FARM FOR SUE ,
Sixteen acres , ten In fruit , elx In garden and It
nterland , nix room bouse , ( table , will , clattrn , A.C. ' '
go.d cudltlon , or will tiadofor Omaha Jirop-
r. KELLER ,
County Treaturer'i office , Council Bluffi.
, Bice & D ,
oi l u loaun
4HCEQS , kuUIs si infir-i ol blaai.
thirty ytari prcllc ! * ; * TtMM CXM C * '
l itrott , Oaoacll EluSi. CfL
( IHL * L
Waves , Langtry and Pompadour Frizzes.Switch
es , etc , , ready made and made to order. Prices
cheaper than ever. Call and see for yourself ,
MRS. C. L. GILLETTE.
Formerly MRS. J. J. GO ODE.
29 Main StreetCouncil Bluff.
W.'P. ' AYLSWORTH
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER.
Brick buildings of any kind raised or moved and satisfaction guaranteed , Frame hciu
moved on Little Giant trucks , the boat In the world.
W. P. AYLSWOUTH.
1010 Muth Street , Council Blnffa
C A T
Keep Horses and Mules constantly on hand which
wo will toll In retail or carload lota
II Stock Warranted as Reoresented
Wholesale andretall dealers In drain and Baled Hay. Prtoog rea
sonable Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SCTLLUTER , cBO WLEY
Cor. Cth Av. and 4th St. , Council Binds.
Sold by the lending dealer in every
city find town ,
E ; Burhom ,
\JTJEWJEXEJl \ , AGENT
17 Main St. , Council Bluffa.
For any case of Kidney or liver disease or dyspepsia rheumatism , or any disaaso indudcod
by a lack of native power , that cannot be cured by the use of Drs. Judd & Smith a Lloetrio
elta and AppHarcea. No. SO , Fourth St. , Council Blnffa.
Norene & Landstrom ,
Suits to order In lateat styles at cheapest poasiblo 'pricoa.No
No , 205 Mam St. , Council Bluff
AND "THE ENGLISH" KITCHEN.
.Regular Dinner 11:3O to 1:3O , 25 cents.
505 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Iho only all night houeo in the city. Everything served in first cte ! Btylo and on ahor
notlco. Hot and cold lunches always ready.
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
Hcllera and cowa of all afrca furnished any desired numbcraj ranchmen should correspond 1th
c jiurcia.iIr ! > K elsewhere
W INDOW & CRAMPTON , Waverly , Iowa.
HI. > . STILES. '
Draining , Gliding , I'aper Hanging and Frescoing. 110 Mala St. , Council Bluffs.
SMITH l TOLLER , ACTS.
Merchant Tailors !
7 and 9 Main St. ,
COUNCIL BLUTFS , - - - IOWA.
Complete Line of Now Goods Always on Hand.
Bstice oftte Peace
07)103 OTKB AllEKIOAB EXrBEEI
1TTMOTT. RT.TTFlTfl. IOWA
os. omoKii , w. n. n. rose
Officer & Pusev.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Established , - ' 1865
Dealers in Foreign and Domeatio Ex
THE RECENTLY IMPROVED
NO. 2 ,
the Highest Achievement in Writing
Machines in the World.
With only 33 koya to learn an
operate. It prints 79 character !
Including capa am ) bmall letters ,
punctuation * , flgurca , elgna and
fractions. It a the simplest and
uioat rapid writing machine
inadoaaneltaa flo most durable
for free illustrated pamphlet.
Vyckoff Seamans & Benedict ,
Chicago , 111 , , Solo Agentn.
0 , II. SHOLKS , Couocll UlufTj ,
Agent for Western Iowa.
JTACOJB SIMS ,
itorney - at-Lavy
COUNCIl. BLUM B , IOWA.
Kit Miln Street , Koouu Taad 8. Bhugart'an
.illoek. Will praotloa la BlaUand tata ooar
209 Council Bluffi *
Broadway , - -
i > y OOODH.
20 yards print V '
SO ' drew goods 1
10 ' DiiWan gingham 1
1 ' good Blnvham , 1 < W
Ltllealr cborolti . ICO
good ehcetlu ; , , , 109
Suffolk jean 1 09
licet Jeani all wool , BOo per yar I.
Hoots and shoes at prlu.8 as 1 jw 3 any house Ia Iho
IRpcundiexO sucar $ I *
13 pounds granulated luzat , . , , 1
ISpoundt confectionary A siiRar 1
211 ars whlt tluuslan soap. Kirks , , . . 1
iO liars blue India soap , Kirks 1
SSlurslUlmauoap , luutz Uio'd , 1 \
18 boxesmatchei , , , , .
Heat njrup , perk'illori
1'oat sorKiiini , | tr K'llon. . . , , . . , , .
Ilot Kuijllsli currants , U pounds , , , 1
10 hoxoa gcniiluo Ixwl lya , 1
C 2-pound cans itrawbcrrloi In srup 1
5 8-pound carupcaches , liiejrup 1
10 8-pound c is tomatoes * ° °
10 pounds Mlchlgandrledapples 100
10 pounp * evaporated nrploK ' * * '
Lorllard rllmix tobacco per pound IS
Navy plug tobacco , per jiauid W
Na'urallutf ' tobicoo , tier round . . , ,
flour , all biands from il.10 tu S3 60 per cwt. M [
OOOD3 FOH CASH ONLY * } -
Lower Than Any Other HOUBO
i.v THE cirv. | J.
S. H , FILBERT ,
6 UroadwtO - - Council 131ulf
Madame E , J , Balcear. .
Who for tr < o pait 19 yearihifl been practislDj ;
San francttco It now located at No va tt. Oth biro
CMjpogtto new Opera llouiw.
Madaicu lialcur guaraulus to rettcra
J8HAIROR VyHISKERB ,
Ortoeltoanyon ahujhmuitacho or bring out a
no growl li vf ball or board lu frumfourtoilxweuks.
tlcvi i-ca un tlo and aatUfirtlori guaranteed ,
Oano r , dvafiiotaandcapccUIly rheumatlim and
r hrcnlo cbcisea ourea by auatuial gift of Liu
Dr. 33. JT. JRalccar ,
Lite th ti.Couu ctl Ilu
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