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0 THE OMArtA DAILY BEE , , OCTOBER 31 , 1885. . .
THE DAILY 13KJ3'
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Y MOUNTS' ! ? , OCT. i.
OrriCEs Ho. 19 rtarl Street.
il liy mil-tor In j > n > jmtt of tin- ! ! ) at.
i nits i
II. W. TU.TON , Malinger.
r , the tailor , for full goods.
The council moots in regular session
iirxt Monday night.
J. W. l.alng ban boon appointed postmaster -
master at Perhla.
] 'lii\en moni men wore miide citizens
by the superior court yesterday.
The funeral of Mrs. W. II. Smith will
be hold this afternoon at'J o'clock.
A ohoap bridge bn boon ordcrr-1 built
across the sewer ditch at Sixteenth avo-
James Ilnrvey has been arrested for
assault and battery , the trouble having
occ'irred at ( jcrtsonberg'.s saloon.
Preaching by the pastor at the Baptist
church Sunday at 10 : ! ) . in. and 7iIO : p.
in. Heats free. All cordiallyiuvited.
Oflioor Cusiek is now serving as city
noliecman nt tin.- transfer , and is on the
lookout for confidence men with an cngle
The revival services continue nt Broad
way Methodist church , and will bo kept
uj ) during the coming wi'ck , and perhaps
F. Murphy is booked at the police .sta
tion for disturbing the peace. Ho wns
one of tho.se brought in from GerHton-
Kgglojton nnd Stringhaii , who have
been the chief cooks at the Pacific and
Ogden houses , have opened a iirst-uhibs
lunch counter at No. MS Broadway.
A follow giving his nnmn us James
Brown was taken in yesterday afternoon
by Ollh'cr Towns , who fouild him sleep
ing oil'a drunk in a stairway in one of
the business blocks.
In the superior court yesterday the
long drawn out case of the Western Cot
tage Organ company against J. Mueller ,
wns drawing to a close , tin1 arguments
being entered upon in the afternoon.
Services in the Congregational oliurch
to morrow morning and evening. Sacrament -
mont in the morning. Subject of address -
dross : "Establishing n Memorial. "
Evening : ' 'Seeking and Being Saved. "
Brief conference at close of evening
meeting. All invited.
Tlio city marshal has been ordered to
have all obstructions removed from the
lower part of the new sewer ditch , there
i having been some "hay" bridges and
other obstacles to the How of water put in
by citizens who have tired waiting for
the completion of the ditch ami the
! building of bridges by tlie city.
The masquerade given by Abe Lin
coln post ( } . A. H. last evening proved
quite a success , the purpose of tlie
same being not only to have an enjoyable ,
social session , but to swell the tuiid for
the relief of tlio widows and children of
veterans. There was general interest
felt in the occasion , but still not so hearty
n support was given it as the merit of the
Many hero who remember M. C. Fclkcr ,
known as "Doc" l-'elker , will be inter
ested in learning that he is : i candidate
foi county commissioner at Kimball , Da
kota. He has been sending back some
personal cards to friends here , and from
the way in which his candidacy is an
nounced on the cards , it appears ho has
patterned after the mayor , who had his
biography , nnd somp thingsthatwere not
in Ins biography , printed , on ids card.
"cuk Murr has been appointed as spe
/ * cial policeman at the river to fcerve with
out pay. The city thus far has not been
Tcry fortunate in the choice of special
policemen but Marr ninv do some good
icrvico at that point. There is no doubt
but what a good deal of the property
taken by sneak thieves in this city is car
ried over to Omaha , and vice versa. If
ho will succeed in catching some of these
follows he will teen got a vote of thanks.
Time will tell how efficient he will prove.
The club of students , known as the
"Diligent Dozen , " met on Thursday
night at the home of Miss May Daven
port , on First avenue , and passed a very
enjoyable and profitable evening. The
programme was made up from the witty
und humorous authors of the seventeenth
and eighteenth centuries , und after the
programme , games and a general social
time wore engaged in. The next regular
meeting will be in two weeks , the plucc
of holding not being decided upon.
To-night there is to bo a rich treat nt
Masonic hall , for ex-Congressman
Jlorr , of Michigan , 'is to speak. He is
known to be one of the wittiest , keenest
upcakers in the country , and those who
lieard him two j-cars ago will eage.rly
listen to him again. He will entertain
afl well as present clear arguments and
eolid faets in support of the republican
Bide of the nolitical contest. Col. Hen
derson , of Dubuaue , is also to speak ,
nnd his reputation will cause his words
to be listened to carefully. Those gen
tlemen should have u crowded houo.
It seems to be the fashion of oflico hold
ers to be real holders on till the last pos
sible minute. E. S. liurnett , who has
been elected street supervisor , seems to
bo having almost as hard u time getting
full possession of his ollico as did the
chief of ( lie tire department and the city
clerk. His predecessor , Jo KOHH , held on
until the council served u formal notice
for him to give up , and now lie refuses to
turn over the tools and oilier property in
liis no.'ito.sMon , insisting on havltig some
farther action before yielding. Air. Har-
jielt has now armed himself with a writ
ten order of the council , ami if the gen
tleman does not turn over the property
on being shown that he will proceed to
get possession bv some other moans. Mr.
jJarnetthas tak'en charge of the men ,
and Hofcs might as well let go lirt as
Intit , _
The very latest' New York styles re-
ccivcd weekly at Mrs. O. A. Rogers.
Cottage ranges. Garland stoves , Ha-
diantlloines ami Hub heater * of the very
latest patlei'ns at bed rock prices , at
C'oopur < fc MeGeo's , No.tl Main street.
For everything in the grocery linn give
the now linn of Klutz tf Kleeb , Itl'J
Uro.idway , a trial. Everything new and
fresh. Fancy groceries a specialty.
llolil Jloi-M ! Stealing.
Anolherease of bold lun > u Mealing Is
r1 , ! reported as having taken place Thursday
evening right on Itrontlwny. Mr. Fauer-
boiiEcn httohed his horse and buggy in
front of the St. Louis house , and while he
was inside for a few minulori tomu one
boldly jumped into the buggy and ilrovn
ftway with the rig , and no trace of it had
Itcen found up to yesterday evening. The
liorsu was not : v very valuable one , and
was quito along in years , but the buggy
was a covered one and a pretty good one.
There hayo been several such eates here
lately , and it .seems that MIIUO trap should
be laid by wlileli the right man could be
caught and the bold stealing stopped.
WANTEIH- Wheat , corn anil oats in car-
lots. Liberal advance * mmlii on all con
nignmentH , by J. Y. Fuller , Council HlnilV
Jown , and Omaha , Neb.
Bo sure tvnd ask your grocer for the
bread intulo at Smith .tLoerko.'jJ bakery
No. ( W8 Main street. It is the , very best
Try it nntl bo convinced.
Cftlll'THIXTinAUT Pl tl'I TIO
SOjirJIlIM , ABOD1 SLwtRS ,
An Importnut Suggest ion About
On the Bottoms.
WORK ON THE MEW DITCH.
A Iloltl Case ol * llor o Hrt-nlliiK A Sv-
IOOH liluciicu ltpv < k ' l Heart-
| e H Desert Ion timl 8nU
l ) N tli I'ofNoiuil 1'ar-
to a Hn onirnl.
Tim oll.j ( . ( iittiell succeeded in jetlliig
! i qtiorum for ti ! = iicclil : session called for
of eonsliltlng with lr. II.
a , of Cliieitfr ; > , llH'enjjincor of the
tom. Tlio rostiltof the cnnfer-
enen was Unit , all scfilucil sutinficd tlmt
the plin ! wore all rij ht , siml that the
only nioililienliiui or change required
\vns in regard to .voino details of con-
struption. The sult tiuiee of thn confer-
liiu'i ! was in cnnforniily with the views of
Mr. Williams a * ] irco.nliMl in yo-iterday's
HKK. The council ordered homo sliKlit
chan i'.s made , and these nmy cause a
llttlo delay to tins paving which is'lx'lnjj
done , but no more than a few days.
Ono imnorhint matter to which the at-
tonlion of th-i council wa < called was tlie.
fact that in the \ > \\\s \ \ as drawn by Mr.
Williams there apjic-ir.H a contour line ,
showing the ilevation at which it i $ safe
and expedient to make connections with
the house sower. ' . The sn estiun madn
Is in regard to all proiJorty lyiiiR west of
this line , or in general or plainer tcrniH.
llio su estion allects all the so-eallud
hottoni ) iroi > orty , the liuu upoki-n of
Itcinji ; laid al the fool of the blutl's , an < l
fullowiiifj ; tltem about. It is elaimcd that
in all this part of the eil.v , oven
where the -streets have been brought
to K1'-1' , it is not nilviKihlo
.o have any w.wcraffc connection
with basements. If folks will build
lasonicnts , they must cither do without
sewerage leail'mi , ' from the basement , or
.ilso put in ti lit piptiSj sotliatin case of
wck water tlicro will bo no How into
tho. basements. This was eonfiilen-d im-
lortunt , for if citizens were allowed to
mild bab'umonts , and connect with the
sewers as in ordinary cases , there might ,
jo back _ water , the suworago would b'1
looded into the ba cmentc , and then the
city would be called on lo pay dam-
itfes. On tills suggestion beini ; pre
sented in detail , the council passed a resolution
elution instructing the city attorney to
irotmro tliu necessary ordinance , ' do-
icnbing this contour line , and prohibit-
n"1 the connection of any basements
n that part of the city , with tiio house
sewers unless the connection was made
with tight pipes at such a height us to
irevcnt any damage from back water.
There wns considerable talk about the
sewer ditch , and it was decided that for
he present the ditch , if cleared out. and
cept clearwould answer the desired pur-
DOSOS , leaving to future necessity the
carrying out of the refct. of the plans , in
regard lo getting a clear extonmpn to the
Mr. Williams was allowed $112 for
ime and expenses in attending this con-
'e.renco , and was allowed the balance
hie him on plan .
Substantial abstracts of title and real
state loans. J. W. , & E. L. Squire , 101
Lamps cheap at Homer's , 20 Main St.
Tins Soxvcr Illtch.
It now appears the long delayed work
on the sewer ditch is to bo renewed and
completed at once. As has been stated ,
the council and the contractor , Mr , Vin
cent , have got into a tangle about the
matter. The city concedes that it has
not used the contractor fairly , but it
could not holj ) itself very well. IIo lias
been paid from time to time in warrants ,
but there has been no cash in the partic
ular fund on which those warrants had
to bo drawn , and will bo no casli in that
fund until the bonds are sold which
were issued for this work. Mr. Vincent
having about if 17,000 of tlicso warrants
said ho could not go on until ho had cash
with which to pay his men. The city
wanted to take the finishing of the work
olV his hands , but ho was not willing to
do this , and KO th6 matter has been
hanging firo. The opening of this ditch ,
and keeping it open , is considered
the most important part of the sewerage
system , and without that other outlets
will have to bo provided which will en
tail great expense. The people living In
that part of tlm city have been promised
from time lo time , and have waited pa
tiently the completion of this ditch , so
that .further overflows might be avoided.
All in all this is one of the most import
ant enterprises the city lias engaged in.
The delay on the work has not only been
perplexing and annoying to contractor
and city , but. to the citi/.ons at largo.
Yesterday Mr. Sweeney , the foreman
for Mr. Vincent , appeared before the
council , and told lliom thai In ; was ready
to go to work just as soon as the city
could provide means by which cash
could bo had with which to pay the men
and teams. After some talk It was
found that it would bo safe to u o sonio
money that was lying idle in another
fund , and which would not bo needed
for some time yet , and this could be re
placed as soon as llio bonds were sold.
IJy this means the way was seen clear to
go ahead with the work , and an arrange
ment , was made by which the city is to
pay the men and teams cash for their
labor , and the amount thus paid is to bo
charged lo Mr. Vincent on his contract.
With this imdcrMimding the work has
been ordered resumed , and the ditch
will Mien be opened throughout , so that
there may bo no further trouble with it ,
except to keep it open.
Mr. Sweeney sny ho will commence
work this morning , and crowd it just as
fa&t as he can get men and teams to
work , lie wants to hire teams at $ ; l JILT
diiy and men at $ l.ftO , and those who
want work should apply to him at once
at the work.
If you wish to imiitu legitimately from
ten to iillv dollars per day write to .ludd
ifcKmith.'No. ! Jt Fourth utreet. Council
Hlum . _
Correct Abstracts of Title ami Heal Ks-
tatu Loans at McMabon & Co's , No. !
A Saloon Mccnsu Itovokcit.
Trud ( Jerbtcnberg is gaming a great
den ) of el.nap notoriety , and losing a
good deal ot reputation , if ho had any to
loc his in police
- > c , by frequent appearance
court. Aluioit every month ho bobs up
on it charge of disorderly conduct , as
sault , a family row , or something of that
sort. H was a bad day for Council I'luffs
when ho was brought hero and lodgiid in
jail for putting a counterfeit gold plcco ,
for after serving lim term he has hung
about tlio town and proved ti constant
annoyance. Lately hu has been running
a place called n saloon , the exact charao-
tor of which could * not well bo defined.
Hl6\lfe , from whom hu Has boon di-
rorced once nnd remarried , nnd from
whom he lulelv tried airain to gi-t a. ill-
vorec. has been . cr\iiig as barlonder nt
tinii'S , nnd her presence hns not made
the place any more peaceful. Thur. diiy
night th ro was a regular free for all row
there , nnd nliout forty men hanging about
the place cnjiaped in nil sorts of illcor-
derbue" " , nnd lite pol'co had to go down
and bring Unrtciiberg up to juil nnd
shut up tlie iilnee. He IIMS been nrrestrd
so nfU'ii , ami got oil'so easily , that decent
citi/ens bine got tired of tlie outllt , and
the mayor widely concluded yeleidny to
order the -taloon clo.scd , the HOMIM * re
voked , and the clerk ordered not to issue
luinlher license. The council nt i's ' moot-
ingjostordny morning concurred In this
notion , and it is hoped now that the fel
low will have cither to skip the town or
engage in sonic other business nnd be
Tor hardware mid house tuvni liing- <
not prices of Cooper & Mellce , No. 11
Main street ,
Carroll has been all stirred up over the
death of nn old man there who , while in
a d lng and unconscious condition , was
deserted by Ills son nnd by his relatives.
The showing of liearlU"'Siioss is , at nar
rated , almost beyond belief , and can not
bill awaken indignation with all lho o
knowing tlio details. The particular * as
given by the Carroll Herald arc as fol
One. of the saddest and most shocking
details we have oxer been called upon to
record occurred in Carroll about noon of
Monday lait. Saturday the county otli-
cers were notified that Kit-hard .Alct/gar ,
whose home was about six miles north of
Carroll , was insane , and heas brought
to town , the idea being that he should note
to thts Independence insane asylum. l > r.
Wright made a careful evunimttioii
nnd found that lie was suffering
from Illness which ulloct'-d his brain
and lor the time rendered him delirious
His condition was pitiable. He was in
constant convulsions , his anus , legs and
ox erj muscle of the body being in eontiu-
ous and violent motion , ever which lie
had no control. There nas scarcely a
fequaro iuoli upon his entire body which
was not bruised. The skin was'toru in
dozens of places. It scorns also that ho
had taken n pitchfork nnd injured himself -
self by driving thn tines into his body.
His abdomen , legs und chest showed
marks imlic.iting .that tills had been
Tlio muscles of llio mouth and tliroal
had b'-como impaired that he swallow
ed with the greatestdilliei.lty nnd could
hardly make hims-elf understood when lie
tried to talk Ili.s sufferings were beyond
e\pro-siiii nnd to see him in bis agony
was hutlicicnt to touch the htoukst heart
In this horrible condition ho wns
brought to Carroll. Jt docs seem that
his relatives and neighbors should haxc
soon that he ought not to bo moved.
During nearly all of Sunday ho lay upon
u blanket , placed upon tins 'hard floor in
the clerk Sollice nt the court houi-c , cared
for as best they could by strangers.
A brother of Met/garV , who lives at
i'recport , 111. , was here , and although ho
was informed thai thir. was not a county
cahe , but merely one of illness from which
the relatives should care , he insisted that
the county authorities should can ; for
him. His conduct is denounced as un
feeling and heartless in the extreme.
One of Met/gar's sons is 1 ! ) years old ,
and lie , also , showed n great deal-of in-
iliffcrcnco. Although informed Monday
afternoon that his fattier must die very
soon , he. left him nnd wont out to tlio
farm. Before he returned death had released -
leased his father from the torture ho suf
The entire ease wasablunder. Metzgar
should never have been moved. In his
condition lo drag him around over the
country and to keel ) him for many hours
in the court house laying upon the Hour ,
without nursing or care , such as lie re
quired , was almost equivalent to killing
him outright. For this his brother was
responsible , as lie was the only adult who
him control. It is understood that Mel/-
gar hud ample means lo pay 'or proper
nursing and medical attention at his
home , and that there was no reason
whatever for seeking to make him u
county charge. After ho was brought to
Carroll our people did all they could to
relieve him. A room was fitted up in
the old school house building and careful
attention , medical and otherwise , V as
given to him. I5nl after ho readied town
there was at no time any hope of his re
Mr. Mol/.gar was about 50 years old.
Ili.s sickness is said to be the result of a
sunstroke received during the war , and he
has been frequently the subject of attacks
similar to but le \iolent than the one
which caused his death. Ho loaves a wife
ami several children. His wife is said to
sillier from periodical attacks of i.isunity.
ricot Ribbons in the latest colors at
Mrs. Rogers. _
W. C. Uarman is the happy father of u
N. M. Smith , of Carson , WIIK in the city
L. A. Honhnm , of Shelby , was at the
Mrs. Dado and family , of Carson , were
at liechtelo's hotel yesterday.
( icorge Holder , one of Groncweg &
Sehoentgen's missionaries , is homo again.
Miss May Fonnan has so far recoveicd
from her illness as to be able to ride out.
Miss Nellie Kiiiney , from Grand Hap-
ids , Mich. , is visiting Mii-s Clara Teal , of
Mrs. John N. Baldwin has returned
from Chicago , where she has been visit
ing for a month or so.
Bronson Peck , Jr. , representing a
Chicago banking liou.se , is hero prepar
ing to purchase oouuty bonds , if iio can
Miss Anna Pe. of "Pueblo , Col. .
who came hero ti- . .u-iho wouclrtsg of
her sister , lias b oii taken quite ill with
hemorrhage of ( lie lungs , and is being
cared for at the residence of E. S. Bar-
C. S. Shepherd , who is with Harkncss
Bros. , yesterday received u telegram
from bis brother , Frank Shepherd , who
is now al Kearney , asking him to meet
him al thn depot licre thh morning , as
ho was sick , but not dangerously. Mr.
Frank Shepherd was also with llarkuess
Bros , for n long time , and his ninny
friends hero will be anxious to learn
more of tlio matter.
lu Council lllnn'9 Imvintc
imxii'i-ii linprovcnionts , cull Ijfllu , flro
nluriu hells , eU1. , leiliu
VJMSSTON HO USE !
Noe. ' 'li , ' 17 unil " 19 , Mnin Street ,
MAX MOIIN , 1'ropriulor.
Thorough Instruction on the Piano
VOICE CULTURE Hi. THEORY
lVi > oiuiJc lio\it \ ) uf receiving inutructiuu
lliu ubovo will i > lci ucull un ur ul > lroa3
Prof. 0 , B , Upfert ,
\/ji u Uujuii aiifi , ur a
NOTICi : . Rpf ? lnl nilvtrt'setnrnts ' , such M
Ix ) .t , I'ound , To 1/oaii , ForBnloTo llcnt , Wnnls
IlnfmUtijr , rtc. , will tin insorteil in this column nt
UiclowrHto of TKN I'KNTO PUIl LINK for tlio
first Insertion nmt WVK CtvNTf ? IT.lt 1.1XK for
t-nrli Mibfitiucnt ln ertlon. I.oavu mtxeitUo-
mcntsnt our olEuo , No. K 1'curl street , near
XUJHKS roil li'liNT At MoMiilion A Co's ,
No. 4 I'wirl slfi'i-t.
ArANTK1Vdmxl cook nt Hovero ltnn o ,
\ Ciiiiiicll mulls. Womnn iiri'leroil. Host
\\TANT11) ! . A ( li-rinim butclicr. tloixl WHKO"
' * ninl sti'iiily Jnli to KIWI ! niiin. Aililrc 9 or
cnll for I1. II. , llr.K ollli-o , Couiu-ll Ilium.
" \\r.\NTIHi AKOOI ! UcTinini boy. Mti t | it-iik
> ( ii'iniMti i\iu\ \ inpll : li , mid write 11 cooil
lintiil. AlM'lUiitliin ' imiM lie niiulc ill Mrltlnir
onlv. Mc.MullOll A. Co. . No. 4 1'oiirl St. , ( 'ouiioll
_ _ _ _ _
JfOll RAI.K lit Inir ilt'Mroni of tmtvliiK to
Oimilm , on lU'i'oiint ol in ) ' liiiHlni'S" , I offer
lor iilo my ii'sMmici' , eorniT IVtiirth uveune
iiiiilNinlli Htrool. Inquire on jironiln s. , j A. I1.
ANTl'D A irioil trill lor ( frill-nil lioufo-
uorki No. 117.1 lluuuioft si root.
rou sAUi , roil itnvr
. M-Vnr HiliMirrciil.on vrrv Illx-rnl terms.
Tin- Council IHiiU > rapcr Mill' , complete , vrllli
tli * Imuo tMiiirilliiK lioiihrt mid ilirco Horus of
No. IM A Imtliioss jiroi > orty In Clicrol.ro ,
tlinmliei1 iMinity , Iowa , will truilo for wefli-rn
Imnls. Ylllllo , Illxillt fl.UKI.
No. IP.I--A iHMUitllitl homo In thn town of Hn t-
Ini/r. .Mill * county , low H , for Nt > Immkii laiitl.
ViiliiiJM. \ .
Nn. 41 A Ko"tl I'llsltieoR | iroi ) > tly Hint liNe il
pnoil loiltli-m'p inoUTty | In tliu town o ! ' Clu-nvo
Mcl.mii county , III. , low ilinvn for cu h or will
" fur wrM rn l .
No. 1711 A MilfiulM liirm , well 1inirnvnd | , fi(0
iii'ii" " In Dickinson ixmiilv , IO\MI , joining tlio
town or Spirit I.iiXt. ' . J'rlcr , for u. short Urno ,
JiVI | M > r ncio.
No. 1H | to 1ST Arc four hiprovcil fnrms In
1'hllllps county , Kunni ! < . carh wltli a nmiUl In-
I'liinlTiiiu'i' . Tin1 Kiiultiis will lid iixrhiiiiiHl | lor
vnfiu'iimlH roil wild land In Nlini Vn.
No. WV-IMi iici-cMln Holt iMiimty , Ncli. , imrtly
linpiovftl. nl u blr luiiwiln.Vnntd to t'M'liuiiKO
NIL r.l A Ilin two Btory In-lok rcKMonoo. one
of ( lit IK-SI locutions In Council lllntl'P , T.II1 tmtlu
for I' < I < H ! uniiiciii > lit'i-cil KUP.-HS or Nclniiskii
hind ! ' . Vulun. flft.iKW.
No. M mill II A ir Iwo.otlifr liniDtlflll tiomcg
In ( V/uti-il Illulfs , ! iloh ou sli jitymt'ii48 will buy
lU u | initiln. .
Nn. MI A liciinllful milnirbni ) locHtlnn In lowtv
illy , lo u.rtlll o.M'InoiKo for woctcrii liuuls.
ViiliuJO. ( .
'J'lio aliovo iiru only n finv of ntir i proiitl bur-
Uiiliit ! . If ynu'vr not unjlliliiif I" ttwloor f-i'll ,
or unnt to M"'H any mil f.-tiitr or iiit > niii.iiiilll < > l
write us Wi lm\o 61'Vfi-iil ( Tooil vtorks of K'toilH
to trmlo tor InndM. SVVAX .V \ \ M.IJr.ll ,
t.'OUlU'll ] UllU'rilo\tH.
ONION TICKET OFFICE
J. L , DC BEYOISE , Agent.
No. B07 Itroiulwuv. Council Dlufls.
Bailway Time Table.
The } ollewiir | ) Is tlie tlimt of iirrivftl niiil
ileimrinrc of trains liy ciuitr > it "tumlnnl time , nt
the loutl ili-jmlH. Tralntt Icnvr truni-li.'riloi | < il ten
iiilimto-ifHrlJcr und ui-rivu U-n inlnuk't. lutrr :
iHU'.MtT. i - . Aiiiuvi : .
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Council Bluffs Carpet Co.
Our rtorJi In now cmnplolo In m'cry < lcpnrt-
intntmill conialiiH all l
Slf A T > ES
IJTC. , ETG
THE ONLY IXXCJ.USlVi : U.Mtl'KT HOUSE IN
WEbTEll.N ' lO'frA.
HAMT'MW furnlBliixl u | > on upilloiitlon | lo o
of town purtli'S.
FINE UPHOLSTERY WORK TO ORDRE
Counnl Bluffs Carpet Compaoy
< /0 , > Broadway.
TIIOS. OH ( L'EIU M. W. II. rUtiKV.
orncBa & PUSEY ,
COUNCH BLUFFS , IOWA.
THE NEW YORK.
Plumbing Co ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Sanitary Hydraulic Engineers ,
Public and Private Systems
\f Sewerage *
Water woiks nnd Ventilation designed
Plumbing work in all its branchcs.This
company have one of the best assorted
stocks of plumbing goods in the west
HAHUr H1RK1N1JLNE ,
X nv York Plumbing company 552 liroad
way Council Ululls. Telephone No 27.
342 and 344 BROADWAY.
Kens Fall & Winter Wear
Men < nnd HoysHI ) | IICMI Hulls.
Wens' ninl UojV Dro-H tiiltK
t'lilldri'iis' KVITV fhiy ami On1-1 ? PiiltA
OviTionts lor Mm , llojs ami Children.
Aloruhant Tiiilnr SuitH.
Tnllor Trnw or .
to the ln-'t , to onli.'r.
Al hull ttn > prli' .
Vat Mulls' Suits ami ( Ivcrcont * .
Ix > an MOIIB' Knltf afid Ox orvoats.
ofs Shirts and Trowsow in Kcftch wools ,
Mi'dicntixl Eoavlmp. Ultru Hwivr
Vaiipy Colored Wools ana lul.xoil
AflD STETSON HATS
Toil TIIK FAU , OK 13S3.
And Cuffs ,
Of Uteti'lofB Jjualitlcs nnd rcusonnhlo prices.
Of.'nnil 344 llrniidwur , Council IlliiITB , Iowa.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
o-i In Stat ( uiul Federal
Uuoms 7 liii.t H.i i ii > -c
CUTTING AND FITTING.
3 > v < CZ'.S. J . . DR. naOS232STS ,
I'omierl1 of Now York ,
Nu.SU'curl Street , Council Illuffs , fowa
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT'S '
No , 037 Iliomlway , Council Illuff * .
Hair G-oods of all Kinds
Made to Order.
Hair Goods of all tyles
No. 337 ftroadwa/y.
Was able to buy so many good goods for so lit
tie money as now , at tlie low cash sales at
LOOK AT OUR
Silks , Tricots ,
Homespuns and Boucle Dress
Such Bargains in Blankets
Our stock of
Carpets arxd. : Cio.rtaIrLsv
Are particularly choice , and our prices for them
are the lowest they have been in twenty years ,
441 RROADVAl COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE :
JOHN BENO & CO. ,
Have removed to their New Store ,
Nos. 32 & 34 Main and 33 & 35 Pearl Sts. ,
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF THE POSTOFK1CK ,
Where they have put in a new stock of
I \ / & fl V J& . AJLAA V ? J
Ladies' ' and Genls Fiifnisliiog Goods , Etc , , Etc ,
Among which nro the following lines :
Hats and Caps , Gloves and Mittens , Q-ents
Neckwear , G-ents' Underwear.
BOOTS AM > SHOES , THUNKS AND VALISES , MONAKCII FINK Siuivra
Ladies9 Children's and Misses9 Underwear ,
Hosiery and Gloves , Cloaks and Shawls , Ladies' Valises , Blankets ana
Flannels , Rock ford Carpet Warp in all Colors.
JOHN BENO & CO , ,
No. 32 anil ! M Main Street , Council Hint *
No. a3 mul SW rcui-1 Slroet.
No TRAVELING AGENTS !
EMPLOYKD BY J. M PHILLIPS , WHOLKSAl.K DKAUUt IN <
Boots , Shoes & , Rubber Goods
No. 413 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Our customer * * got the benefit of llio expense thus Fa\od. Send for price lists.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Ilrlcli ImlWIiiftB of nny klml rnlsoil or innvcU mul tutlefnctlon nuarnnloiM. I'rnmo lioiieoa
oil l.ltllo ( Jlanl uuulib llio bo6l lu lliu world.
tUHHMIi ST. , OOIW HUmtJ , IOAW.
- - -
wo. 29 Main street. Council Blufis.
. . ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over Amciii'
'IU , IOWA.
R. RICE , M. D.
( tiupci0 | or ottit'r tuniurt roiuuvitl whtioiit
1/AniiCiIlO tic , Unlff or ilruwiiiK of blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES or mi kind , a MU.
Over tlility ycnis' jirnutli.ol ciporioiicfc. CltUce
Nn. U I'curlHirtct , Council I
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