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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. WEDNESDAY , OCTOBER 28 , 1885.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
\VKDVKSDAY SIOKNINC5 , OCT. 2fl.
To. 19 rtarJ Htrect.
If ) iveu n.y ihtvkr In nnj part of tlio city nt
Iwtiily iriitM'f' tk.
J I. W. Tin ON , - . Marnier.
Heiler , Hio Inllor , for fnll jjoods. v
Wantnil ( Jootl rook n l Huverc lieu ° o.
Woinnn preferred. Ilest reference-si re
Tinrwlvn ) ineetinj" ; eoiithim ? to fill
Ilin jVlefliod t e.hureli every night with
Y--ti-nluy u liltlo chil.l . of S. Wiittou
wen run inur hy a wagon near tliu liriuk-
jnnK sun ! cjiiitu i > rioti > i1j hurt ,
( "liiof SkiniuT hits been called to Xeolu
hv 111'1 news tlint lita brollier-iii-hw. Dim
flui ey , liiil : HeciihrnlallybriikimhiH leg.
Tinnuillier of Mrs. Ale.v Obetl died
5i t < > itliy : inor of druns.y. The fu
nov.il will lie Iliis : itiTiioou nt S !
o' ' 10L'k.
Mr. Peter Iteehtt-lc ye terdny sold his
re lileti'-o on
-toMr Win. ( Ironewog , the con
Mdcnition Ix-hitf 1UKX ( ) .
H. F. Allii-nii , who wns cliarged with
trespass , lias been acquitted , it appear
ing ( hat h had a written contract for
the hoits < > , nnd lind tiic right to enter it.
1) ) . S. Harnelt , the newly elected street
Mipervl- , yosteulay filed with the dork
IIIH bond and oath of ofllce. His bond
for $1,000 WHS figncd by ( Jeorgc F.
Wriglit and Frank Kvauu.
Tlii ) saloon Injunction cases wcro to bo
iille.d : : Hi ) in the fedora- ] court at DCS
Muiiies yesterday. A deel"ion will hardly
lie given for some time yet , as after tlio
argument , tile ttbtitil long spell of keep
ing tliu matter under advisement will fol
The I'hinte.rs hotel now lias for the
nimif-rment of ItH guests u lively young
alligator from Florida , supposed to bo
the very ono whloli gave such a pcarc
and chase to Clark , formerly of the Non
pareil , who fa now abiding in the oiango
groves , and wading through the swamps.
"Joe ) " Scott was before Justieo .Seluu'z
yesterday ou thu charge of assaulting
( Jeorge Bueinnn. It appeared from tlie
cvidenue that Bccman had been drinking ,
and that he htrnek at Scott , who pickcu
un a chair and threatened to down him
with it. Scott was discharged.
Next Haturday evening there is the
promise of a rich treat of political
oratory , UK Pol. Henderson and ex-Con-
Ilorr , of Miehigan , are here ,
SresMiian able speakers , and there is no
doubt but that they will bo greeted by u
full lionne. Mr. liorr is especially popu
lar ana speaker , and his witty sallies
nnd keen cutting payings have inade his
name a familiar one.
Yesterday the new chief of the fire do-
pnrtnie.nt , I ) . F. Kichor , qualified and
entered upon the discharge of Lis duties.
His first act. and one which thu public
canceled , and with which all should bo
fiatistii'd , was ( ho aointnicnt ] ] of John
Templeton aw assistant chief. ThiH places
the department in excellent hands , and
the people may breathe easy.
Jo Ko fl , who has been serving as
street supervisor , docs not propose to
yield very gracefully to the election of
his successor , Mr. Harnott , and when
naked for some information by Mr. Har-
nptt yesterday , replied that he had not
given up the position yet , and would not
Sive auy information until instructed bv
ic council to give up. How } won't be in
lapliion unless no contests the election.
Jnqtiiry at the clerk's ollice rnveals the
fact that Voigiit , the special policeman
who shot a man the other evening , has
filed no bond. There is a. probability
that lie will lw called to account for the
fthooting , nnd it is n matter of wonder
that he lias not been arrested and the
case investigated. If the mayor is to allow -
, low men to servo as policemen who lilo
no bonds and who are to go about shootIng -
Ing at men who happen to get drunk , an
ptl'ensc which the mayor does not think
is of any account , it is time that pome
radical change bo made. It is under
stood that tlio man who was shot is seri
ously hurt , and it is no sure thing yet
that he will rceovcr. The ball has been
irobcd for in vain , and he is confined to
} lis bed , with no immediate prospect of
The mayor hag appointed Charlie
Walters as captain of nolieo , lo lill the
vacancy caused by the resignation of
dipt. Hatliaway. Having decided on
this move , anil being inspired by the
feeling that he had done a great thing ,
nnd inspired by other things , perhaps ,
ho took out his little whistle , which he
delights to use when all other insignia of
power are ignored by tlio public , and blew
It lustily and called the police from far
and near , at about the hour of midnight ,
and bade them to salute their now cap
tain. He then hurried to tlio newspaper
ofliees to tell them , " 1 toll you I stand by
my friends , don't I ? " There's no doubt
oflhat if it's the friend's turn to treat.
Walters is not to lie blamed for accept
ing so easy a position , and will doubtless
Jill it to suit this mayor , anyway. Walters
qualified yesterday , bin bondsmen being
Tat Lacy and J. A. Churchill.
Be sure and aik your grocer for the
bread made at Smith &Luorcku's bakery ,
No. iWJMaiii streot. It is the very best
made. Try it and be convinced.
Woullicr H trips.
Weather strips , weather strips , weather
strips at W. Vv. rhapman'n art store , 105
and 107 Main Jlreet.
1'ltc Chlm'iu Crematory in "Wyoming.
Chicago Tribune : "Thomas , " said tlio
president the other morning , "I think wo
Iiad better bo studying up nome line of
action in regard to tlio recent crematory
for Chinese that has been established in
"Quito true , Mr I'nsident. 15ut I bo-
Jlevo that iitoru properly cornea under
Ilia department over which Mr , l.amar
) ias supervision. " observed Mr. Hayard.
"Not so , Thomas. The Chinaman be-
foreigner. " , 1 think it becomes an af-
air for the department of stato. How
ever , woill sue Garland about that on
Ws return "
' "Well , I will study over the matter. I
ometimes almost wish but no , that
would bo too bad. "
"What is it , Thomas ? "
" 1 was about to observe , " remarked
Mr Hayardiihaheavysiuh , "that I
sometimes almost wish Mr. Keiloy had
uocn a Wyoming Chinaman. "
For hardware and homo furniuhngs ,
got prices of Cooper ifc MclJeo , No. 11
Slain street ,
WJ\NTII - Wheat , corn and oattiin car-
Jots. Liberal advances made on all con
signments , by J. Y. Fuller , Council IlluH't ) ,
Jown , and Omaha. Nub.
A I'lii/.lliiK Quratlon ,
"Mother , don't ' the angels wour any
clothcsy" asked , i littlofSan Antonio O'u.\ . )
girl of her mother.
"No , my daughter. "
"None at all , mother ? "
Thuro was a pauro , nnd that liltlu
clioruli nskud :
" \Vhero do the angds put their pocket
handkurohicfb ) "
If you wish to makii lejcitimntiily from
ton to llflv dolhm per day wiitti lo Judd
J > Smith , > lo. ill Fourth ttrcct. Couiiuil
WHY DON'T ' MN CO TO CHURCH
A Preacher Who Tliiiiis the Ohnroh Is Not
tl o Only Portal to Heaven ,
UNCLK SAM'S NEW HOUSE ,
1'roiii tlio Stale or Matri
mony Tim V. .U. C. 4. AVork A
Variety ul'ow y
\VJiy .lion Ar Not i'knroli
No mluis-lor in the eily nan gained o
greater reputation for freely , frankly
Bjieaklng hi mind than Hov. T. J.
Jlackcy , the rector of St. Paul's church.
He has boon giving lately some Sunday
night ilNeour.-'ea , whlnli arc attracting
utti'iition and cNoiting much com-
The one given by him la t Sun-
duj night I'vpueially created a stir among
the dry bone * . He pokc upon "Why
iiKiii do not attend church. " Ho handled
the subject without gloves , and told
HOIHII vorj- plain truths , nnd made some
frank admissions which rather shocked
some of the older school of church folks.
Ho lamented the fart that men did not
attend church , and that this fact was not
only noticeable in this country , nnd
among all denomination * , but aNo in the
old country , In his own parish there
were 1 > " 0 fanillius.nnd there wore in these
fiiniilii'8 fully l"il male adults , yet out of
thi number ho could not , by the greatest
Jitrnteh , count more than twenty-live who
could in tuiy SCUHB bo called regular at
tendants upon services , and by a strict
count thu number did not exceed fifteen ,
or perhaps ton who were regular attend
ants upon church. Kveu among the ves
trymen , who wore chosen supposedly
for their active interest in church atl'alra ,
there were few who attended , and it was
a rare coincident when morclian two
of them were Hi-oil at auy One service ,
and if it wore not for tlio senior warden
there would bo many services al which
not one was visible. Other churches ex
perienced the same state of facts.
He had asked a good many of the men
why tliejy did not attend church. He
found many reasons , but among the com
mon ones was that they got tired of hear
ing the same old thing over and over.
Some wanted moro ncionco in the sermon -
mon j some wanted more logic , more
practical thoughts on every day living ,
others wanted more poetry. He did not
earn so much for tneso reasons , as he
realized the almost impossible task of
suiting all. The minister had logotup
two sermons each week , no matter what
his condition of mind or body , and no
matter how other duties pressed upon
him. He had to miit the needs of a con
gregation mado. up of all ela sos and
tastes. If ho preached scientifically , it
did not .suit the man of imagination. If
anyone of theno critics would only try
thu task of preparing two sermons a
week , under sueti circumstances , they
would drop the criticism. There had
been many efforts to please the people ,
and incite their attention and attendance
at church , but none had made nuy per
manent improvement in _ this respect.
There had been everything , a song
service , a "boy preacher" posing in the
role of u rcivah&t , lectures , every form
of attraction tried , but soon laid aside
for .some now attraction.
There wcro many trivial icasons ti -
signed by men for not going to church ,
but muny of those he did not think
worthy of consideration. Among the
real reasons was the fact that the life of
the American man was being sapped by
business. I\isiiio.ss ! absorbed the minil
and strength , not only for six days of
twelv" hours each , nut even crowded
into the seventh day , and every Sunday
business men had to look over their mail ,
and attend to other matters which they
deemed important , or were so tired with
the work of the week that they did not
feel like going to church. Bu.sine.sd was
demanding so much of the attention and
strength of men , that even home duties
wcro neglected , anil this neglect of homo
had caused more domestic unhappincss
than any cause. Aside from all relig
ious reasons , it was a violation of natural
laws to thus allow business to take all
the time. It had been shown in case of
animals as well as of men that at least
one day of rest out of seven was abso
lutely necessary. It was a sin to thus
take mind , soul nnd strength.
Another reason was the tact that Hie
people had increased intelligence. This
might be a surprising.statemtjnt to many ,
but it was a fact. In time gone the pul
pit was looked upon as monopolizing all
theological knowledge. The preacher
was supposed to know all about such
matters and the people to know nothing
except what hu told them , and they were
bound to blindly receive his statements
and opinions as true. That time had
passed. The people had boon liberated.
Tlio newspaper * contained butler ser
mons than those often to bu hoard in the
pulpits of the city where the reader lived.
A man could often lead a bettor sermon
at home than ho could get by going to
church. The pew had the benefit of all
forms of theological beliefs , and every
man thought for himself. .Some old no
tions held by the pulpit liiul been over
thrown. The people had discovered that
some of the theology so long taught by
thu pulpits was untenable. Among these
was the idea that a man had no possible
chance to bo saved except by entering
heaven through the portals of some
church. The people have found out that
this was not so , and that men could got
into heaven without going through any
The church had made a great mistake
in not falling into line with this ad
vanced thinking It had continued to
hold to doctrines which the poojilo no
longer would accept , and thus lost its iu-
lluonct ) over thinking men.
Another reason why men did not go
to church , was that there was such a
diU'erenco between the professions of
those in the church , and their living.
Men would take the most solemn vows in
joining thu church , to renounce the
world , the flesh and the devil , and then
proceed to servo all throe with renmvcd
activity , and pay from their incomon a
small pittance to the church , as a sort of
insurance , to make certain tholr salva
tion. Men would go to church and pro
fess to bo poor , miserable shiners , and
then go on the whole week living like
poor , miserable ninnerfi. Thinking , in
telligent , honest men hated sham , and it
set them against the church.
The church was not a close corpora
tion , organl/ed for the purpose of having
just those whoso IIIIUIIH were on thu roll ,
or who were constantly to b found in
the pews. It was u help to those who
wanted to live better lives. Those who
shrunk from the church should come In
and help reform the abuses of which they
complained. They should realise thai
thi ) church is the great organization
which throws protection around the
homo , gives purity to the government.
that souks lo lift men up and make Ihi-m
belter. Kach one should feel the respon
sibility ot taking a part in this work , and
of living such lives that the charge of
hyp bcria.y could no longer bo made
agaiiM the cliiiro.li.
It is the intention of the rector to fol
low up thi.s discourse by another , showIng -
Ing the benefits derived by attendance
Uncle Sam's House.
Thn summer lias gone and llie.ro has
been little or nothing doiiu on tlio now
government Im'.lding , and there fioi'ins
little proipcut for much to bo done this
fall. The people , nml especially the
working people , ore Kitting very impa
tient , nnd there nrc querlrp made daily
as to the reason for delay. From inquir
ies mndo yesterday by the Bnr. It seems
that there is work being done nt the quar
ries , and stone is being cut , but there is
A delay In the mutter of carved stone ,
the reason assigned being that the mod
els have not boon furnished from Wash
ington yet , nnd the rout motor is obliged
lo wait for thnu . The department as
signs as n reason for this delnj there
that they have to prepare plans for nbout
seventy-live or eighty building * and can
not do it all at once , and some mu twalt.
Another reason is , that the contractor ,
Mr. Hice , has his derricks employed al
Jolli rson City , Mo. , on n government
building there. Ho will not bo through
with them there until nbout the first of
nest month , and a * ho could nol aflord to
provide now ones for the work here ,
no must wait for the o. It is < > \ -
poctod now that about tlio first
of November the woik will start
up and considerable bo dune before the
weather becomes nt cold as lo make work
stop , but with thu winters with which
this country In visited it Is not very likely
that this expectation will bo fully real-
5/cd. The only thing for the people to do
is to wait patiently.
A new and elegant line of plain nml
coloied photographs just rooohod at W.
W. Chapman's , lu' aiid07 Main ttreet.
Substantial abstracts of Htlo nnd real
estate loans. J. W. , ite E. L. Squire , 101
I'enrl street. _
Too Much Married.
Mrs. Helen J. Coburu has now com
menced divorce proceedings against her
husband , Charles M.Coburn. her grounds
for asking release from the matrimonial
bonds being that he is now serving a
term in the penitentiary. It will be re
membered that Coburn was recently con
victed of arson , he having set lire to S.
Dye's store , in Macedonia , nnd was sen
tenced to two years' in the penitentiary.
Another woman socking to get u < li-
voroo N Mrs. Anna Ash , who claims that
her husband , Jacob Ash , transferred his
all'octions to one May Uawbaugh , nnd
that he had a child bylier. For this rea
son Mr.s. Ash wants to bu set free and to
be givun the custody of the lour childtcn.
Lamps ohoiip at HomerV , 8. ) Main St.
. - . -
Cottagn ranges , tiarland Btovos , Ka-
diunl I lomes and Hub heaters of the very
latest patterns at bed rock prices , ut
Cooper iMcOue'ri. \ . No. 41 .Main street.
Tlio V. 31. C. A. in lown.
The sixteenth annual convention of
the Young Mcns' Christian Association
in Iowa , was held al Davenport last
week. It was the most enthusiastic and
profitable gathering ol that character
yet hold in this state. IJeprescntativcs
from associations from all parts of the
state \ven in attendance.
Under the management of Mr. r. 15.
HaMwin the work has taken a definite
shape and is being done by young men
As ° ooiatioii8 havoboou formed in near
ly every college in the state and the most
of them sent delegates.
Mr. Kobcrt WeidcimiH , the "Kishon
of the Xorlhwe.-t , " Mr. 1. K. Hrown and
Deacon Willard , of Chicago , added
much to the iutero-t of the gathering by
their who U'hico awl occasional glimpses
into their rich experience.
The review of the past year was most
encouraging , showing how Ihc work had
become fortified in" all the principal
cities. Utirltujjum , Cedar Rapids , Dav
enport , Dos ? iloinos. Le Mars , bipux City
and Council Itlufi's all" employ general
.secretaries , who devote their time
to the organization and development of
the associations at these points.
Iowa City , Waterloo , Keokuk and Creston -
ton are seOKing for .secretaries , but com
petent traineiF men are scarce and it is
with dillieulty that they can be secured.
The work of organi/ing boys from 10
to 10 years of age into boys' branches is
receiving considerable attention and will
be praclfcally developed next year.
Jso ns-oclntion in the state Imp yet
secured a building , but all are laboring
in rented quarters. It is hoped that this
will not Jong be the ease , but that each
city of 20,001) ) or over will have a good
building thoroughly equipped for this
Thi * ehild of the church of bill forty
years' growth has developed most won-
The Young Men's Christian association
now belts the globe. It baa been planted
in all the important ciliosof America and
and Kuropo , in many of Asia , and at a
few points on the dark continent.
'I'l ic benefits it has brought to indi
vidual young men will never be known ,
while at the same time it aims to benefit
communities physically , morally , social
ly and spiritually. _
Fur everything in the jrroce.ry line give
( hi ) new- firm of Hintt Klceb , lil'J
Hroadwny , a trial. Everything new nnd
fresh. Kaney groceries a specialty.
Personal l-i m Ufa plm.
A. I' . Cramer , of Avooa , was in the
15. S. (5ray ( , of Fort Dodge , was in the
Frank Shinn , the Carson attorney , was
in the Illutl's yesterday.
Miss Maxwell , of Dos Moines , is in the
city , the guest of Miss Conovcr.
Miss Li//.ln Stewart , of Shcnimdoah , is
visiting in the city , the guest of Treasurer
Mayor and Major Cole , of Pacific Junc
tion , wiu in the city yesterday , accom
panied by his wife.
Harry Curtis , the secretary of the Y.
M. C. \ . here , returned home yesterday
with his wife from the state convention
Fremont Hen iambi , of Avoea , a recent
convert to the democratic faith , was in
the city yesterday , and WUH getting ac
quainted with the men of his new party.
Hov Charles Little , who has lately re
signed the pastorate of the Congrega
tional church itt Luwis , has accepted ( lie
charge of : i church ut Clay , Washington
It. Wuldcnsull , well known In Y. M. C.
A. work , passed through here yesterday
on his way to his Nebraska home , having
been in attendance at the state conven
tion at Davenport. After remaining at
hoiiii ) a few cuiys , hu will proceed to
Perry Henl , the rtrmoorntlo candidate
for sheriff , was looking after his chances
here , ie terday. Mr. ISeel has many
friends in both parties , and yet he finds
littlit encouragement to hope for
mi3' onthiibiastic outpouring of voles fur
him hnre , so long as Phil Armour in in
John Kiiit/ , the cashier of the C. , 1 $ . &
Q. , who was leeuiitly struck with paraly
sis. is reported as lo be slowly improving.
His brethren "f thu Koyal Arcanum are
doing all in their power to earn for uverv
\vanl and wish , and if tliu "kill of physi
cian and tondornc s of friends can avail ,
ho will soon bo well on the way to full
On HiuloiiUteil Collateral.
Wall Street Ncw.ss A wild specimen
ol tin ! native Virginian entered Mann-
ton the oilier duy and asked credit for
some tobacco ami sug.ir at a grocery ,
promising to pay in six weeks. "On
what do you baw your irspeotaiions of
Ixiiugahleto pay in that ruiov" ; asked
thu grocer. ' 'On cu'ou skins , " wns the
prompt reply. "Hut von niny not catch
any coons. " "Ola iw to that , I've got
seventeen of 'em already plugged up In'a
hollow tree , nnd nm only wnitm' for the
fur to git prime. " Ho got the
licit Oooilft Are Put In Smallest
P reels" .
The old proverb is certainly true In the
cne of Dr. Piorcu's "Pleasant Purgative
Pellets , " which TITO little , sugar-wrapped
pan-old , scarcely larger than mustard
seeds , containing as much cathartic
power us is doiio up In the biggest ,
most repulslve-lookinx pill" . Vnliko the
big pills , howe\er. they are mild nnd
pleasant ill their operation do not pro
duce grijiing painsi , ndr render tlio bow
els costive after using.
NOTICK. Spn-iiil fulvertl'omontt , Midi as
1/ost , roundTo 1,0)111 ) , I'orHnlp , IItcnt , Wonts
Ilcunllntr , ( ! < , Hill lie inserted In tills column nt
the low rutii or TKN ( T.NT3 1'HK UMJ fur tlio
JlrM Inix-ttloit mid 1 1VI3 C15NTS IM'.ll UNU for
ouch piiliscquoiii lii'i-rllon. Leave JvcrlliHj
tnraitfl ut our ulUcti , No. 12 IViul ftii-ct , uuar
Iron l AKMiK \ \ iV"JrfiU ! < of nmvlnp to
( linlihii , im ill-vomit of my t > uJni1
fortmlo my rovlilciicu , corner 1'ourth nvcniio
nmlNjiithsm-uU Inquire on | > rcmlej. iA. . 1' .
ANTT.t ) A pooil lrl lor jrencnil liouso-
ik ; NIL ! ( ' Iliiiu'ioll Mrei'l.
' ( ) HUNT S new oven-room house.
llr.i : oillfo.
Foil KiNT : A .ix-rootn linmt > , ten niiimus
u iillc from IniMiiess , elty wuter , null nml cis
tern. 1'or lout ilipnii. '
Ton HUNT No. WO 11nrrlM > n Mitel , three
rouuiH. MC.MAIION V Co. ,
4 1'oiirl HI i Lot.
rou NAM : , von UHNT tut
. M-Tor Nil.or rent , on very lltionil tennn.
The Council Minns I'upcr Mllli.i > inilet | , wllli
U himnllug lieu u uml thiev nun's of
No. 'Jl .V lit ! lnivfl ( property In Oii'ivikrr ,
Oitrfjliuivomit r , lowii , will Undo for western
lands. N nine , about ? 1 , XI.
No. IBV A bountiful home Iu the town of llnrt-
( tiK ! . Mlllrf eouuty , IUYVH , for Nflnaska hind.
Vuluo. tfrti. : !
No. 41 A Komi liut-lncw ? proppily tuiil uho u
( rood rflilvnei * l > roirrtv | In HID tottn ol ( 'homo
.McInn fonnty. 111 , low ilown lor cuMiur will
oxrlmnno for woiti-rn liunl.4.
No. 159 A splimlid limn , well Impnned , lUQ
IKTOS In nicliitiMm county , lown , joiningthu
town of Spirit l.u\a. I'rlei' , for u i-hort time1 ,
$ , V > PIT no u.
No. 1S4 lo l7 l > Are four Inprovcd furms In
Phillips county. KHIIMIS viii'ii nlth 11 Mnall in-
cuinliruiui * . 1'lie ( .inittns will lie ciiilinngLiI for
imlncumbi'ro.l . wild iHiid In NobrnBkn.
No. l'ii ' : ISil iicrc'i In Holt county. Nob. , partly
tmpro % ml , at u hl tnir itln. Want a to v.\unaiige
Nn. r > t A fluetno otory hrlcV rnsMcnre , onu
of tlio l > ot lonitloiH in Couni'il lllnni , will tnulo
lor peed nnlncunhi'ioJ Kansas or NVL < IH : ) < H
Junds. Ynliio , fiiriiuti. (
No. fi'iiind 11 Ate lo other bt'iiutlTul honirs
In Council IllutTt" , wlin-h wish iiuymciut will Imy
HI Ik lilll-gilill.
Nn. no A biutlf > i ) i-utinilinn kx-ntlnii In loivn
Cltj , lowu , will fvoliujiKO lor we turn lniiJs.
Vuliii- , l."il 0.
Tin.ilxne nr < i onlj u few of our ppeciul tiur-
piiin" ! . Ijyou' \ i > jjos .itiyililny to truiluor tell ,
or Hunt to "I'll unyiriil p tiito or incrrhimdiM ! ,
w rlti' n. . We hue si V-i al nod storks of yoixls
tolrndelor lauds HVVAN .V WAI.KIIlt ,
I i : < nuicll lllulls , lo\vu ;
51 / " ,
II , . . ' .
ConncilBliiffs Carpet Co.
Onr # ! ) cl < Is > iow eoinplclo in every ilopurt-
muni nnil ( Oiiluliih aU Uii ) livttbtbt\ and ctlocta
PHOLSTERY GOODS ,
TUB ON7.V KXCMv'filVK CAIIL'KT IIOUSB IN
BAMl'J-US fiiuiHlK'il ujion application to enl
nl timn imrtlt-8.
F1HE UPHOLSTERY-WORK TO ORDRE
.Carpet . Company
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of ffie Peace.
Ojllco Over AnWrieiM Hrprc1 ; ,
Ctl'i ) > M31fc.Jlll ! > , IOWA.
Thorough Instruction on the Piano
VOICE CULTURE AND THEOR !
I'erBouailcehouR of lectlUnx Instruction
Uiu ( ibo > ti nil ) j'lca-i , ' cull nu or uddrets
Prof. C , B. Lipferf ,
R , BICE , M. D.
US ' " ' "tinr irnmjis ruiiKiMsl Hiiout
tlio KiiiN-or ilruu ! HK lit lilixxi.
1C DISEASES . . - , ( , , , , , . . . . , .
rOv < r iblrtj irjiV ) niiill.4lrxmjrcnoo. ) Ulrica
THE NEW YORK.
Plumbing Co ,
COUNCIL UhtSKKS , IOWA.
Sanitary Hydraulic Engineers ,
Public and Private Systems
Water wet hit fttul VcutiluUoii ilcslyneil
and eoustrucl2 < l. "
Plumbinjj worl.In all its brauohes.This
comp.iuy liuvc ono of thu beat ahs
stocks of I'luuibSujj j ooils in tlioMst
JIAlUtY limRl WNE ,
Now York Plumbing company 5 V ) Broad
way Coutidl Hlull's. Teluplionc No 27.
342 am344 BROADWAY.
Mens Fall & Winter Wear
Moils' nml Boys'llnslnpc < ( Suite.
Mrns' nnd Hoys' Uri-M" Hulls ,
riillilronc' I'.very Dtiv nnd DruFHHultA.
( / 'on'oitH : foi Sii-ii , Jluy nn.j Clilldren.
' ' ,
Morohnnt Tnllor Tniwwnu.
Kqiliil lo the boM , to oiilir ,
At hull tint prlcu.
Vat Alrnii' Biiit > > an l O\crooiits.
lA-ftn M npUultH unit Ofi
ficninlCBH Shirta mid TrnnerrA In PixitcH wools ,
Modlfiitocl HcailutR. t\tra : Ili'.ivv ' DalbriKirauf ; ,
1'iincy ColornO Woola anil mixed < i\iulluos , from
Uc euvh to $ l.f/X
DUHLAP AHD STETSON HATS
ron THI : PALI , OP was.
And Cuffs ,
Of flrfit clnce fidelities uinl runf onalile iiriccd.
lit : und illi DroAiln-nr , Council Illutfs , Iowa.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Praetices In HtaU uml Federal
llooins 7 and U , a i iurt HenoUcok
CUHING AND FITTING.
1E3IS. . Vu. JR. 3 O33I2aiaS ,
rornierly of Now York ,
No. 841'cnrieticot , Council Jllufrs , Iowa
MRS. D. A , BENEDICT'S '
No , 337 DroadiTiiy , Council IluT ! ( .
Hair G-oods of all Kinds
Made to Order.
Hair G-oods of all tyles
No. 337 Jiroatlway.
GUM ! GUM ! CUMI
Exclusive Rubber Bouse !
RUBBER BOOTS , SHOES & ARTICS ,
BUBBER AND OIL CLOTHING ,
Immense Stock ,
Eastern Prices Duplicated
Send for Illustrated Catalogue.
Z. T. LUSTDSEY & CO.
Wiu'oho i o Mill frOrfroom. 1 > > M iu th. , Council Jllufl ? , lo < r .
No TRAVELING AGENTS !
KMl'LOYKIJ MY J Al J'Jlll.LH'SVIIOI.1ISALK 1U.ALKU IN
Boots , Shoes & , Rubber Goods
No. 413 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Our oustoiueis tft the lioueiit of the expense thus suveil Solid for jirlee lists.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Jlrlok ImrMliifTh of Miy kind jflllf > .l or mnvMl nnd r.aUbfi tion Kuarantcc.l. FTAUUI housi'i move
on Mttle niool truclit the bott In the worVl.
. , COt'NCII. IlLUFrS , IOAW.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE
JOHN BENO & COV
llarr removed to their New Store ,
Is. 32 & 34 Main and 33 & 35 Pearl Sts ,
N1.XT DOOR bOrril OK THE rOSTOFFICK ,
Where they have jmt iu n n w htock of.
ladies1 and Gents Furnishing Goods , Etc , , Etc , '
Among which are Ihc following lines :
Hats and Caps , G-loves and Mittens , Gents
Neckwear , Gents'Underwear.
HOOTS ANI > SHOES , 'I'm NKS AND VAUSIS : , MON-ANCII FINE Sinitrs
Ladles' Children's ( t/ttd Misses' Underwear ,
Hosiery and Gloves , Cloaks and Shawls , Ladies' Valises , Blankets ana
Flannels , Rockford Carpet Warp in all Colors.
JOHN BENO & CO. ,
No. Itt nuil 04 Main Street , Council BluO
No. U-'J and 85 IVurl Slrect.
No. 29 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
200 Heating Stoves from $3 to $10 Each ,
Cheap Cook Stoves und Gonbi al Uoueo I-'urnlslilnzgoixlB , inclnllnr N'i'v'mid Btcond Hund Ku
BY M. DROHLICH ,
G98 UnOAOWAr. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Kintz & Kleeb
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
No. 162 - Broadway.
Opposite Ogden House ,
Council Bluffs , - - la.
This housrt being n now ono , consequently
quently everything in stock la now uuJ
Prices its rntiHonablo us jiny other QIO
eery in tlio west.
Ono trlnl is all wo ask.
KINTZ & KLEEB ,
In Council lllunrs liavlnir
Ami all tiiuaurn tmnruvi'inontf , call btllu , Hio
uliirni bi'lln , etc. , Isiuu
CJRJ2STON HOUSE !
Not. UJ. ill * and KID , Muln Wiuot ,
MUltN , l'tuprl tur.
UNION TICKET OFFICE
J , L. Do BEYOISE , Agent.
No. COT Uioiidn-iiy , Council UlulTs.
Railway Time Table.
Thu following N ! : n ; tltno of nrilvnl and
ilriuirtnruol tiufiiH liy ebnrrtl Htnniliinl llino.at
Hie lot-it ! ( Inputs. TruliH Ifitvo tituifcri-nlopot ten
iiilniiti'Hi'iirllur IIIK ! iiriivu ten mlnuton laliir :
CJIlCAflO fc NOIll IIWfHTr.KN.
. . , Mull unit Cxiintsa. . . . : OTr ,
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"ciilCAOO L lUlCli Irit.AMli.
! i:2."i : A. M Mull mid Hxpri-H. . . .
7:1.0 : A.M. . . AocoiiuniMliitluii . u ,
0U5A : M ,
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C'lllCAOO. Ul'III.INrilOM ' & .
: < OA.M . . . .JlMllnn < r -10i-.H.
& : lUi > , M I2xpi
WAIUHII , K'J. I.OIIIH U I'M If II
-lri : i' . M I , ( > ful HI. l.&nls ixpruis : locil :
KANhAH CITY , HT. .IDf i eOUKCII. 111.U11H.
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UU5iu : . liipus
t-inrjc i ITV .vi _ .
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iiU5r.u : . . . bt. 1'ttul KJti'iiws HZ : > A.i.
11:00 : A. u Diiiiit-r KMiioiS tti'i : > .B ,
I-if > i' . n Uni'iWn I'nu.Uin. & U. V.'J.ui iM. .
7M&I1. ji. Uvcrlund 1'ijircSH b..lUA.M.
DUMMV rlittBTO DIMIIA.
Irf-iivo Couacll IJiifl ! -7i" " -.7H-W.ig-10 : : : > -
II.'in p. In. ii-iu-o 6Iimlui-untt-7"'iV Ma-'lOM
11:13u. : m ; JUiW-U'iUO -J.X-W- ( ) : < ; ' ) Jii. . ' > .
7HOP. OmCTR. H. TY. II.
OPPICES , & FUSE ST ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
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