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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , MONDAY , DECEMBER 14. 1885 ,
THE DAILY BEE
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
MONDAY MOKNIXG , DKC. 11.
I < llmii1l. ) cnrrlir In anj jait of Uicclty nt
trit tj i ml * | cr wctk.
II. W , Til lov , Maniujrr.
Heilcr , the Jailor , for winter good" .
( icorpo Snydiv , son of A. ( ' . Snydcr
of I'ei-M.i die.'l } eil ( iday morning of con-
Chnrles Kmerinn now nmu es bimclf
by picking shot out out of his arm. The
nfcidf'iil uas cnu.'cd by : m unloaded
gun.I. ( * Smith , n Dane , living near the
Wnbash ilepot , died Thurdsty and \\ill be
buried to day. Ho had lived hereabout
Hev Mr lackey , rector of St. Paul's
ehuri'h , was not alle ) to preach yesterday
morning , ntul Dean Milspaugh of Omaha
took his place in the pulpit.
A. Hill was arrested Saturday nlijlil
for distill bing the pence , and deposited
$10 as assurance that he would accept
the invitation to nppe.ir in coart tins
J.V Darnell , who died in Onnhn Fri
day night , and whose funcrstl took place
there .V'sterdav , was formerlj a resident
of this city. Ilnwas a member of St.
Allwn'.s lodge No 17 , K. of P , the mem
bers of wlddi attended the funeral.
Miss Mamie Craig , the nilist.gave nn
informal lea on .Saturday ntlcrnoon
last , at the residence of her parents. Mr.
and J\lr.s. \ Jswics Craig , No. HU Third
htreet Miss Annie I'nller nnd Miss llsit *
tie Ketcham , of Mount Pleasant , were
Hie guests of the evening.
Although the sleighing was poor nnd
cutters dragged on tlio ground in many
place's " number of parties were out yes-
icrday , Those who look advantage of a
Sunday sleigh ride were mostly clerks
and their best girls , who have been tin-
able to gel away from business the past
week to indulge.
I \V" L. Fetter hns taken the editorial
chair in ( lie Maeedonisui ollice , and pro
poses on the lirst of the new year to en-
lasge and improve the paicr. | There
will now bn n democratic tinge to the
paper , but it promises to be livelier and
newsier than ever , and not bitterly part
The indignation of citi/ens is waxing
warmer the more they think over the ac-
lion of tlie conn. : " i Showing the ap
propriation of $ UiO to meet tlie expenses
of the imiuir and one aldermen in going
to DCS Monies and back on free passes.
Just \\lnit they evpcct to do with the roll
is not discovered Perhaps they think
Je.s ) Moines hotels charge big rates.
Under the present arrangements of the
board of health , it is almost impossible
to gut nn ordinary complaint attended to
within the lifetime of nn ordinary man.
There is a good deal of red tape , and it
poems mostly used for tying up eom-
pliiints and keeping them in pigeon holes ,
The city marshal is health olliccr for the
board and acts only under its instruc
tions. To get the members of the board
to act is one long tedious task , mid then
the next wait comes on getting the
cstuse of complaint remedied. Otic trial
is _ enough to convince the ordinary
There seems to be a strange reckless
ness about caring for public improve
ments after they are once made In. some
places , for instance , tlie curbing is being
run over and broken by ( canister ! ) with
nn utter lawlessness. On Willow sivenue.
where teams turn into thu alley back of
Main street , there is a sample ot this.
The curbing has been crushed sill down.
It will be remembered that when park
ing was lirst done in this city tlie ssime
reoklonmii'ss wsis shown sis regards that.
The parking was run over , trodden into
mud , cut up and altno&t dc.slroycd in
places. Then- should lie hestvy penalties
imposed for such reckless injury of prop
The many friends hero of theHcv. _ Mr.
Hammond , father of tlie superintendent
of the institution for Hit dcsif sind dumb ,
will bo interested in learning tlmt ho has
recently published a book , which is re
ceiving many words of praise. It is en
titled "New Stories from nn Old Hook. "
The volnuui is very atlraelively cm-
bliehed , anil consists of bible stories told
in u 'intplo , diHrming way for the young ,
vet not without , interest for the old.
During tlio lime Itcv. Mr. Hammond sup
plied I ho pulpit of the Coegregational
church hero , ho iravo several discourr.es
for children , and those who heard him
need no assurance that he has si pecu
liarly happy gift of nddrossing the
young. In his now work tliisgift is suid
to be manifest in n still greater degree.
Itcud All ofTlilw.
We. nro not selling slippers at cost. If
von want to save money and get some
fresh iroodri and late styles call and see
us. Please remember we are not selling
at cost. We don't adverti.-e ono thing
nnd do another. Z. T. LIMUUY & Uo ,
An important , meeting of citi/enH is
culled for to-morrow night in Masonic
hall. The object is to make arrange
I ments for meeting the committee ex
pected from the east , and talk over the
nropused mnnufacturiiig boom. Council
lllulls .should arouse itnolf. If there is
not enough inUiiest to have n rousing
meeting , with plenty of talk , which eosm
nothing , III ore surely can bo but little
encouragement toward getting invosr-
ments of money.
Hoot and Shoe Dealers.
Send UK your orders for rubber boots ,
shoes nnd arctics , Chicago prices nnd
. big etouk to select from.
K. T. LINDSKV & Co.
Dnvld Nrndloy & Co . 1100 to llltf .south
Main street. Council HluiTs , havii just re
ceived another largo consignment of
Portland and Swell body cutteni und
bobsled s , and are quoting very low
prices , bee thorn before buying nnd save
Crumbs From Court.
In Oin district court Saturday the CSFO
of Kuelinu nguinst the city was concluded
nnd taluii under advisement by the
'I wo divorces were grunted. Ono waste
to Mrs. Anna Ash , who complained that
her husband , Jacob Ah , had paid ippru
attention to other women than to her.
The other case was that of Cora A ,
Hriggs against Jnmes H. Hriggu , the
grounds being detention.
Court resumes its business this morn
ing. _ _
If you need arctics wo luixe tUcm.
Z , T. LiMibKi & Co.
Thu Illoomcr school will give an oxhl-
bitioa In the opera house Fri iday evening.
A largo Hull's lire proof safe , suitable
for eounly purposes , ( ironeweg &
Bchocntgcn , unolebalo uroci-rs , Council
Mr , Samuel Styles , who liven tive milca
BOtillieast of this city had his entire fami
ly of children , live in number , sick with
malignant scarlet fever. Tlmy have all
recovered under Dr. Thomas Julleris'
treatment. Under Dr. Joileris treatment
diphtheria nnd scarlet fever losu their
teiToru. Hu uuwr JOMIS n cm > o ,
USED HIS PEN TOO FREELY ,
A Sharper Air sUd , for Tlooding Shelby
Oonntj With Forged Papers.
AN OLD MAN'S QUEER CONTRACT
A Coon Carving Hunt Tor the JIoll-
An loivn SiitiK' < lr < 'K' A
Criiniiiiil t'nsp My.stcrlouslj'
Dropped Oilier XCWH.
n Long Wanted Croolc.
i' Hainbow of Shelby count } ha *
made nn important capture , tin : privjner
being n man who recently has been vie-
diilercnt parties by the menu * of
checks. It is claimed thai IIP also
has been helping himself to overcoat" ,
and that a valttablo watch has disappear-
oil by his instrumentality. The fellow
gives his name as Davis. Sheriff Itain-
bow has been after him for some time ,
ami finally found him in O'llrien county.
He slopped over here with the prisoner
yesterday on his way to Shelby , and
lodged the man temporarily in the city
till here. Davis was recogni/ed by
Officer O'Brien us J. H. Harris , who some-
six .vear.s ago lived in Neola , and sue
eeeiled there in passing a number of
forged notes. He is said to have victim-
i'/ed about twenty of Ntol.-'s business
men out of am omits ranging fiom f. ( ) to
.00 by means of forged note * . Among
others whom he thus duped wit" Ollieer
OT.rien who then lived there , and who
iiarled with &iO through his confidence
in Harris. It seems that Harris sold
O'ltnen some property which he hud
already sold to other parlies.
The lirst nnnual inascjuenule ball of the
Herman Ladies' soeiel.v is to be given in
Heno's hall New 1 car'n eve. Mrs. I'e'cr
Heck is secretary and Mrs. John Mofrgnn
president of the society.
C. IJ. Jaequi inin iV Co. , No. 'J7 Main
street , take plcn.snre in announcing to
the public thai their slock of ai tides , or
namental , slNiish and useful holiday
gooiK is complete in each and every de
partment , and cordially invite everybody
to visit their store , inspect thiir goods
and compare prices. No tumble what
ever to show goods.
A Cftho host IJel'oro Trial.
J. Kalegin , who is in the grocery busi
ness on Mam street , thinks the law is a
langicu vvo ! ; . JHis Jirmrlon has nol
been very satisfactory. Sometime last
year he had a customer named Charles
Henry , whom he trusted for about -17
worth of goods. Henry claimed to have
bought a piece of properly of John Dan-
ford , and Hatekin Iburcforo considered
him financially responsible. Henry
wenl away from iiere without paying the
bill , and Katckin claims that the representations -
sentations about buying property were
false , and told for the purpose of getting
credit. The indignant merchant st.irted
on the hunt for ifrnry , and linally found
him at Missouri Valley. He then had
him arrested and brought to tiiis city on
a charge of obtaining money under 1'aNe
pretenses. The pielm narj hearing was
had before Justice 1'rainey , who bound
Henry over lo the grand jury. The grand
jury met last May but nothing was done
with the case , and Halekm began a
search. He was told by Justice 1'rainey
that the case hail been sent to the grand
jury , but has been informed by District
Attorney Thornell that the en so never
reached the grand .jury. Now that tin
grand jury is iigam in session Hatekin
lias begun investigation further Tlie
ca.se seems to have been mysteriously
lost according to what Halekin has
learned Justice Krainey 6:138 : it has been
overlooked , and the district attorney says
he has known nothing of tlio matter but
will proceed now to investigate.
The linest fringes , foot rests and fancy
chenille llowers lor fancy work at L.
Sioekert & . Co.'s , No. UU'J liroadway.
Correct Abstracts of Title ami Real Es
tate Loans at McMuhou & Co'a , No. 4
A Queer Contract.
An old man bearing the common name
of Smith has for some years lived about
sevun miles south of the city. He was
an eccentric old fellow and very miserly
in his habits , hardly allowing himself the
necessaries of life und but few of iU com
fort * . Ho had accumulated some prop
erly , about 4(10 ( acres of land , stock , etc.
A short time ago it in said that he entered
into an arrangement with the well known
firm of Havm'htock & James by which
the linn agreed to take euro of him for
the rest of his lifetime , to provide for
him in all respect" , he , on the other
hand , to leave to them his property ,
having no family or relatives , under
Ibis novel arrangement the old mini has
boon well cared for. The linn induced
him to forsake his old bed on thu Moor
and lilted him up comfortably with tur-
niture , clothingnnd provisions' . The old
man never lived so well in all his life.
Some month * ago hu was taken quite
sick , Ma health having been poor for
foiiin time. Ho hns lingered along , and
has been furnished with mirrcs and at
tendants by day and by night , but death
has at last come. Undi r the contract
thu firm now comet ; into possession of a
snug amount of property , enough to
several times repay them for the cost of
caring for the eccentric old man. During
bis liietimo hit hud traded for years with
thu linn nnd had learned to conlide in
them , so lhat ho concluded this arrange
ment for permanent care w > long as he
should live was about the wi.sc.it thing lie
could do , having no relatives , ami in
case of death not being able to carry his
property with him into the worm be-
The elretrio belt of Jndd * Smith. 80
Fourth street , Council Hkill's , positively
cures rheumatism , neuralgia , dyspepMn.
riles , paralysis , indigestion , fits , cola
icct , nervousness , hcuunehc , kidney and
liver complaints , loss of vitality , lead
poisoning , lack of nerve force ana vigor ,
wasting weakness of these diseases of u
personal nature in male and female.
All binds of Interior drapings , cornice
poles , ehhilrH , etc. , the very cheapest in
the west at K. Slockert ACo'a. .
To morrow the Mnio. Fry concert con
cert jiiru nn cntertuinnicnt in thu opcrn
house , uiulcr the misilct.i | of ihu V. M.
C. A , The company aiioeiired in Omiihu
two yearn ago , und won the most cntliu-
cluhtic jiraihu. llrio is what hns been
Etiid of thu company oUowheru :
Thu coinpunv ure itll Intrd workcrn , ntul
nro hltflilv cultured urtibts. [ Lock Hit.
vcn ( Pu.iDL'inocnit ,
All were tlfllffhtuil. [ Albany Journal.
satibfiietory tliuu iin > - concurt
compiiny that IUIH performed hero for
Komu linn ! tinio inist. [ Nc\v Hrutiswick
( N.J. ) Times ,
The linc .t musicnl treat that hns cycr
been in this city. [ Wilmington tlJel. )
Tlirre WHS merit in each of thu Heine-
tionn. [ Ho. tou llrntld ,
The kticcctd of tUu urtisU culled forth
enthusiastic npplniw , nn < l doullo nn <
triple rci'nlls wore mu'lo a tir ccrtait
pieces [ BoMon Times.
It is n very talented organization
[ lloMon IVt.
U'hey nro well worth colttK to see am
hear.YatcTbury [ ( Ct. ) Amcricnn.
Coltaffo rnnRO . ( Jnrlaud stoves , Hn-
dinnt Ilnmr and Hub heaters of the vcrj
latest patterns nt bed rock prices , at
Cooper & Mi-Op's. Notl Main stiecl.
Christmas jirescnts nt Homer's.
Arc You Pur./lotl
Wlnt to pet for riiri tma Thai !
what U pu/zllnjr n niv juM now. The
ISi.i : , evei icady to IK lp its reader * oul
ofiverv ililemma , wonld remind them
thai C" ' . IJ Jacfpu'tiiin & Co have pre
pared Iheni'olve'i for helping. ' many wl\e
thu ] ) tl/.7le. Their jewelry to-o at i ll
times of the year will bear favorable
comparison to any to ho found in oa tern t-
ern cities much larger tlutii Council
IHtifiV , but now the dUjilayo arc really
wonderful. Whether de"irinj ; to uur-
ehaso or not , everv otic should take n
look at this stock. It is an exposition pi
iUelf , and nn hour or two can l > o put in
veiy enjoyably jitf-t g.t inp nt the endless
varietj of"rlclt piodx. 'I he showing of
diamonds is da/srliUR , there being more
rare stone1 * anil it greater variety of set-
lings than have ever been shown in nny
onu store in this city. There are many
new designs in tine. Homiin jewelry. Then
there are gold and silver > vatcucH both
for 1 idles and gentlemen ; solid silver
goods of the celebrated Oorliam maun-
ftK'tuirui ; company. There are some
very artistic broii7.es , some elegant
lumps , nnd Mime real Dresden porcelain
in beaulitul and entirely new desitrns. A
nice titnncr set or one of those cjcgant
tiniko hamUomu . A
tctc-a-tctc sets a gift.
fine mantel clock , ornamental and use
ful , is nn acecptabli ) gift to anyone.
Tlioy ha\'o a great variety of these , both
in American and imported inarblo anil
gill , ( Sold headed canes are always in
demand for cilts , and a greater assort
ment and riclicr ones never was seen in
the west than is to be lotind here. There
is also a full assortment of llccd & Bar
ton's pla'ed goods. It is needless to
dwell niton the reliability of Jaequomin
& Co. That is one of the great causits of
satisfaction in purchasing anything of
this house. You get just wlmt you think
you are gelling , and the firm takesbpueial
pride in maintaining its reputation of
handling good goods and making their
repnsi nt.ttions and prices Miiaio | and
fair. If 3011 are still puz/.liilg over the
holidav piobli'in call upon them , and .ice
if the Mention of the problem cannot be
found in their stock.
Try John Temple-ton's "Hose" cigar.
- o -
Ladies and gents get a ticLet to the
jTi : : ! < j drawing on January 1. with every
25 cents woitii or goods purchased of
Arthur LcfkoviU. ft''il Broadway. The
choicest candies , California fruits , nuts ,
cigars , etc. , always on hand.
The Iowa Honest rrns.
Miss Anna Fuller , whoso voice has
allordcd * > o much pleasure to the music
lover of this city , lias gone to her old
home in Mt. Pleasant , where she will ap
pear in concert this evening. On Thur.s-
daj bhu will start for California , and on
her arrival there will take a few days
needed rest before blurting on her route
through the various cities of tlie 1'acilic
coast. Shu has given up her position in
the leading church choir of Philadelphia
and accepted this tempting oiler to give
a scries of concerts in the west for the
purpose of obtaining UM > means for
furthering her musical culture in Kurope.
Being an Iowa girl and ambitious to win
laurels lor Unya as well as lor herself ,
hhe hike.- , special delight in letting the
fact 1)0 known wherever she may be that
Iowa is her home. Her friends through
out tins state will watch her career w ith
inti rest , for she has already aliown that
she has great gift of song She has had
to htruygle , like most suceesstul artists ,
agaiiibl many obslacles , and lite success
eiie 1ms already won give assurance that
ere long SUM will be recognized as among
the iiieiiis | ! of song.
Miss Fuller has a voice of great power
and of wonderful sweetness. It fecems
entirely tinder her control in every note
and shading. She Hcenit * to have hit upon
tli.it happy secret which so many tail to
discover , of making every word fall
upon the car of the listener UR distinctly
a > ' > though sp ok mi instead of sung , and
yet not allowing the enunciation to mar
the smoothness or th fullness of a note.
This ensuroH for her u popularity in con
cert winch many cannot win. Her
thorough culture enables her to handle
easilv the most diliicult music us well.
Vi ith the mieechR already won , and the
bright promises held oul by the future ,
her friends will watch eagerly for news
of further honors won on thu Pacific
For hardware nnd house inmiMiinga
get prices of Cooper & MctJee , No.11
Alain ( street ,
Drs. Judd it Smith's Klcetro-Magnelic
nioleo. Only liltv cents. No. 'M fourth
Kt. , Council I ! lulls , Jowa. Agents
aiucll _ _
Truths Cur Cliiuvli : > IomI > orn.
Hov Mr. Crolu , in his sermon to the
CongM'gational church yesterday morn
ing , "itvo some very plain facts , tellingly
put , a1 * to the duties of church members.
ili > sjioko Chpeciall.y of the relations of
the church to the world. He urged the
nci'ubsity of those of the church living
moro consiutcnlly , so thut the world
might rcr that there was a Hinccdly and
honesty running through thu life of the
church Ho also uiged that the
church should be kindly and
benevolent Otit , ider8 could not bo
driven into Iho kingdom That
vtas not Christ'B methcd. That divtno
teacher tused persuasion , uot ihieatn.
The church , ! ! ' inspired by I hit same spirit ,
would draw men , not drive them. The
church hhould bo united Church dik'-en
tioun had done more to hint the catlap of
ohrihtianity than all the inlidcls nnd
Kcofl'Rrs had been unable to hurt it.
( iod'H people should bland by each other.
and work in harmony. Still there nhunUl
not bu that exelusivcnetM whicn charan
teri/ed the pharisees. Thu spirit of
Christianity which should be found in the
church , recogni/ed not merely "me and
mine , " but "tliou and thine. " The ser-
mou abounded in wholesome nd\icu to
J'or everything in thn grocery line give
the new linn of HintKirch , lUj
llroadwity , n trial. Krerjlhinp IIOTT ttnit
trebh. Fancy groceries a iptcjully.
Ho fiivc nnd nsk your grocer for tlio
bread made at Smith Loerke'i bakery ,
No. fi--UMain .street. It is the very bust
juaue , Try it und bu coiiTinccd ,
Carving a Coon ,
The dusky "Texas , " whoso real name
is Richard BuKer , wns in niorii troublu
Bnturduy night. He and another colored
citizen , Frank Finluy , got into n row in
Nelson's saloon , thu cause of the trouble
not being learned. In the melco "Texas"
drew a pocket knife nnd proceeded to
carve his colored adversary with it. Ho
fitahbed him oncu in tint shoulder nnd
oiicv it. thii cheek. Whether ho cut him
in any other place is not known , for the
wounded man tlud , tlie blood
from the wounds r * ho rtn , leaving a
bloody track , w h. ( li was traced for sev
eral block * and 111. . n ( est . | glit of. Fin-
ley ha * not shown .tin MIICO. and UP to
InM night the poliiti nail learm < I nothing
of his uhcrcatuMili * or condition.
"Tpxa i" was at n sled and locked up. It
is not thought that any of Fmloy's
wounds were of a very serioti ? nature ,
and he probably is keeping shady leit lie
should ale be am.-ted for dlittii iiiugtho
Having put in n complete new Mock of
hing , furnishing goods , hats , cap ? ,
clot FoA HugheNo. . JH5 Main street ,
etc. . the public to give them a trial.
iuvij < ie\penses are small , and they can
Their o tell cheap. _
For first-elasa Missouri wood call on
Gli asoii at his coal ollice , 2(5 ( Pcail street.
Mrs. W. H.MeCollougli has gone south
It ) spend Cliristma .
( ieorge Underbill , of Oiunva , Sim-
tlayedat the Hcehtele hotel.
C. I. Xeit/seh anil wife , of Missouri
Vstlley , were in the city yesterday.
N. .1. Cochran , a Denison , Texas , car
riage builder , wa in the city yesleiday.
P. A. Gorberich , who travels for the
Mueller iuu tu company , i. " in oil' the
Cant. W. H. McCollongh left la t evening -
ing on the Northwestern to Msil his
J W. Huff , one of Iho prominent busi
ness men of Missouri Valley , was in the
W. V. Cleveland , a well Known attorney
of Hiclby , in at the Pacilio accompanied
by his daughter.
H. C. Walbridge , who pushes the trade
for goods sgld by L. Kiitcht , spent Sun-
ilay In oil' the road.
Mr. A. Truesdell , of Fremont , Neb. ,
spent Sunday in the citv , the guest of his
old fr.end , J. K. llarki.ess.
F. T. Noithrtip , one of the drummers
for Matirer A : Cr.iig't , crockery house ,
spent Saturday night and Sunday in the
Charles C. Laselle , who represents K.
& S. Heller's San Francisco house on the
load , is in the city the guest of his
brother , J. A. Laselle.
Arch Darrell. an old Council BlulVs
boy , but now editor ofthe Dakota count : '
( Dak. ) Citizen , spent Saturday ami bun-
dai in this city \vitn his parents.
IJesl coal and wood in thu city al Glca-
son's , iU ! Pearl street.
The opera house at the concerl Friday
night WIIK almo-t us cold as the streets.
It is a shame to have an audience sit
shivering through a concert with their
winter wraps on , the coat collars turned
up above frce/.ing neck' , ear laps pulled
down , while singers , arrived in concert
dresM , try to charm the audience with
notes sent forth in frosty breath. Satur
day nighl the house was more comfort
able. It isto be hoped that some change
H'ill be made in the management of the
house , so that such causes of complaint
may not arise so frequently.
Gerstenberg has been put under ISOO
bonds to Leep the peace. His wife has
b en discharged. His bartender , Har
vey , has been lined ? ) for vagrancy. If
the trio could be made to give bonds to
keep outsideof the city limits lor the
ne\t hundred years it would bo a relief
to tttvpayera and law-abiding citi/.ens.
A man giving his name as Lovelace.
lint who seem" to love gin more , was
picked tip by thu police Saturday night
for being nois\ drunk on the streets.
He was allow cd to contribute to the city
treasury the usual amount belore depart-
ng tor his home , which he said was in
Substantial abstraus of title and real
estate loans. J. W. , iV K. L. Squire , 101
Mnuiifucturrrsor all eize of
Itepecliilly DcjJifutHl for Uuanlur ,
MILLS , GRAIN ELEVATORS ,
AM ) KLKUTR1C LIGHTS ,
Tubular and i ocoinotivc Boilisra.
N w Miissillon T lircshers.
Curoy and Woodlmry llorsu Powera.
STATIONAUV , SKl ,
Portable and ' 'ruction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , KTC.
Factory Anissillon , 0. Drancli House
510 Pearl St. , Council BluilH.
BENU FOR 1886 AJTNTIAL.
d . l/JL.
HO. 7 and 9 MAIN STREET ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
III Council JIlUHj llHTlDff
\ndnU iiiijiR'ru liniirortmenti , cull btllf , fire
> luriu brll.1 , cti' . , la tue
CREST ON HOUSE !
J > os.M , ' 17 mitl 'JH , MuJn Bti IKT ,
MA.X 11 I Jilt.l-ioprfelor
N. SCHUBZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
OfllccOfer American Kjprw ? ,
Cuuii > ujr.
WEHIKIAN & MEYER'S '
Corner Pearl 8tr l and Fifth Avcnut ,
IlltiV for rrnt for thciuilcul performunceg
, | iurtlC6 , o < \
Allklndinf icfrMhuiniti and a vnvu I.UNCH
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
In SUt ati't Ked < ; r.il Courts.
iiiiums 7 auJ ti , Suu..trt U.OCK lit no.
SECJAL NOTIO 3 g
3iOTlcr. S | > oeiM dveitl ptnontf , inch A
1.0ft , Fniiiiil , To Itonn , Tor Sale , To llont. Vrnnts
llosritliip. etc. , will be Ituertcxl In this column nt
tliclowrnto of TUN CKNTS 1'Kll UNKfortho
flrttliisutionnnil F1VK CKNTS I'KH MNK for
twh subsequent ln crtlon. Lcaro fuivortlso-
twntsnt our otr.co , ( N'o. 13 IVarl itrcct , ticar
CJ'lltAYl'.f ' ) OH STOI.KN-A bro" n itmrc mid
' fiiiitn voltitiHt Imrso , nl ttlo li un In front ,
l.ftch ftlxitit 10 jenin oM mul -iBhlii r UCO
pniiiiilo. .1.1' . OIL-SOU , No.StlSo\ititotiitlin\o. .
TVHt lti\T-A : iiti'cly lurnlslir-ii tn.i mi m
with or without I o ml. r o hCirlinu
. No , fi.U l-'lr"t HVUIIIIC.
rOH SAIi-Atu bni-Kiiln If sol ] ' . :
CJ.C'I ' tulles autithnivtt 01 ( iiiinti >
loom ) i liter , ptfollotil cll nnil cli-tcin , i i\ <
onn lor otelit hon-ps , 0110 lor 1) cows ; lien , MM
nml wntron lio\i cs ; in ) iicrc In llmoth ) : I..UK )
lorc'ttrcpn , i-ottiin tritod.liluck iilmil'u li ,1111
innplo ; frn < Hl ouliiitil , niilos | ] chprrlc * . I > | UIMM
irmpra imtl small nulls. Never luillim fioi'k
wntiT. It. I1. OlMCF.it , 6JO liroiulmiv , Count-l
llliitrp , lows.
" \VA\1KI ) To buy nil the flrH-flii" oron.I .
t hiiiiil Imit'oliolil ifoojg tlmt mo oflrrcij 101
fap ! , Mich iw liirnltuip , cm poti. move * , etc
I'nriioiia not limlmr STIIKTI.V nt t-cl ss trooJ *
will snvo time lij- not atiplylnir. All othpin nlll
Jco 'l\o prompt intention muf > un Ixj pHi | | the
lilKlic t nmrki't prices by A. J. Mondcl , n.v
llmnilwiiy , dealer In new mid strictly
BOconiMuuid fuinltiirp , po. | , uc ,
Ot'SKS mil HKNT-At
No. i 1'carl street.
ron SALK , ron IIIXT : on
NO. M for Pftlo or rpnt , on very liberal lerm < .
Tlio Council HlutTn 1'npcr .Mlll.i-omplPto , with
thuliireu bonrdliiK houno nnd tluoo ncros of
No. Wi A buslnrM propprty In ,
ClnrM > m > county , Iowa , will trmlofor n-estoru
Innds. Vnlnc. about | 4.wO.
No. : ri--A beautiful homo In tluMownnf Hint.
Itijrc. Mills county , town , for Nolnaska land
Vuluo. $ : irit ) .
No. il A freed business pmpctty nnd nUo
rood ritlilpnce pmpcrtr In the town of Clicnvo
Mcl.cun county. III . low down for iabli ur irlll
'ii'hiui > for wpst fin liuiil- * .
No. 170 A RiilciKlId tiirtn , wt < ll Improvpd , Mo
liorci In DUMIIMHI county , loun , joining thu
town of Spirit Iinko. 1'rlce , for a Hhort tlmo ,
$ ; Ci per IILM o.
No. 1M to Irt Are four Inprovttd f.nrins In
riillllps county , Kuiisni , moli with a minll in-
cninlniiiH'o. 'J'l o i-nuii.H w ill bo o\clianiutt ; for
iinlni'iiinborcilwlld liinrt in Ni > lirn kii.
No. ID. ! < N ) acii'H In Holt county , Nob. , pnrtly
Improved , lit n bl biir , < Mln. Wntns to oxcimtiKO
lOl lIU'lClllllllIlK' .
No. M A Hue two stoiy brick i piMcnce , ono
of tlie liost loi-utlons in Cinincil Illiills , w 111 trndo
for uood nninciinbciod K'uiitiis ur NcbrusLn
ll'ii'1 ' ; . V"J'- ' " . * 'r.- '
Io. Ki ntiif fl Ar" t o other bountiful hoinm
In Coiincil ItlutTi" , w hlch catli piiymcn ) ' * will buy
nt ti ImiKuln.
No. r/i A brnittlful miburbiip locution In lown
nty , Inwu , will cxoliiinifo lur webtorn hinds.
VHUHI. fT.t K ) .
The ntio\ nro only n fen of our vppclnl bur-
Falus. If jon'\eHot nnjtlilnff to trade or 8C-1I ,
or want to Mill any luiil o-uito or inerohiindHo ,
wiltn us. Wo hn\o kCM'iHlirooil stocks of KOOt
to trade for lutids. SA N & W A I.K KH ,
l lllufTs , IOTTO.
UNION TICKET OFFICE
J. L. De BEYOISE , Agent.
No. WT llioadirar. Couucll
no ? , oprirr.it. w. n. M. FUSKT.
& PUSSY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
R. BICE , M. D.
nr nthi'r tuni > rs rpinnvcd without
tliu knife or dr I UK of blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES o' M kinds a .peclultr.
O\or tlility } curs' prict f.il cxpuiicuou.
ho. 11 1't ail Miiut , lomr U
' FlIK C.
Xcvly ( Tiled iind lurnlslioil. Onp Hroailuny
Diuiuny Depot. 51.50 jier di > .
SAM UK I. TATJi , IVop.
L. 11. , WilSUA.W. : Manascr.
a Wale ? Tolos1 Cc ,
Tower furnished from lij-rtrant precsurofor
ilrivlni ; nil kinilN of I It- lit umcli in ry. Spfcinl
attention irlren to elnircli onrnn hlowlnir. \ \ o
run printing piunxi'i ' , inuut cluiptifni. lots ( ream
tier/ere , poliNiiini ; hittiPt. owlui : innclimr- . , ! < ; .
Tli liet chrnpiisl motor Hindi' , tk'iid lor cjr-
culnr. In In Council llliitTsij \
1'iico k FohiuMt.tnmt market.
( h.iuiro . Hcut Murkot.
fjij-iifiiilurloi'B ilcnt MuiLut.
Mnllh AMtycr .
Kuiti.V Kleuh. eoflcoprlndrr.
fiil 18 M 'n ft. Council UliillIowa. .
11 I i'luimiu Ht , O.iiaUiu
AT HOMER'S ,
No. 20 , Main Street , Council HluflF.
Chicago Lumber Co.
Wlio e-iiilo iiud retail I.niubcr , I- tli ,
Sith : , Deere uiul Jlllndi. Solo ayouta for llio
telulirnleii Muiblohnul Concent rutod White
mu , S , 1' , M.tccuNNKLi. ,
Main .Si , , Council HI nil's.
NeiirthoC. , i > . itg.-.C. . M. & St. I' . , and
( . ' . , K. J. A : 1' . iiulvyuy < leKiti. ] ( Ntm-t nir
jwi'-s the door. ICv IT > tlilui ; UW\T und
clubs. Otienud Dec. 1st.
J'llIL MKKOKN ,
1' . T. MtVNC. A S II .K5-I.TON
J * . T. Mayne tCCo ,
Real Estate Exchange
.V i. Ul f'Ji i 3 iroot , Tounfll IIIutTt , Ior > K.
DciUcie In Iowa , Kancni an-l Nebra ii.i f.Hiids
LOTS IN COUNC'IL HLUKFS AND
OMAHA A .Sl'EClALTV.
Real Estixto boucht ftnd sold.
MRS. D. BENEDICT ,
MANWAtrnriaH * M > WUUM IN
No. 337 Zroadwiy , Couacil Bluffn.
SELINg OUT ,
to Go Out of tlie
And shall commence the sale
of closing out from date of
our entire stock of Dry
Goods , fixtures , etc. , in part
Will find it to their interest
to attend this sale.
$ H HEgffia ajk
Council Bluffs , la.
. . .
Hrlelt li\ilMln.r * of nn7 Uln > l inl l or tmrol . .inJ KitisfAclIou ffiinranlooil. rrMiiohoufts rauio
onLlttl * Gimit truclis-tlio licst in the worU.
SOS Eiglith Avenue.anil Eighth Street.
PAID UP CAPITAL , $20000. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 3100,000 ,
408 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , XA
IMI'ORTEHS OF AND DEALERS IN
Musical Merchandise of Every Description
Toys and Fancy G-ools. ;
Wo nmko the cukbrMed HaidraRn Plftno ? , aua tlie Hoyal Whltuoy organs , ft
. . .
Every liifitruuicnt warranted. Bend for catalogue. "
MUKLLER MUSIO CO. , Council U.ufffl
If you buy any where except at Metoalf
Bros , Th y are selling their Clothing at
Cost , aad guarantee prices on hats , caps *
underwear , hosiery , neckwear , silk handkerchiefs -
kerchiefs , trunks , bags , etc , , etc
METCALF BEOS , 344 Broadway , Council