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THEOMAHA DAILY BEE , MONDAY , JANUARY 11 , 1886
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
MONDAY MOHNIXG , JAN. 11.
CrriCE : no. 12 Peaxl Street.
JH-lH ei ed hy cnrrlrr In nny j nrt of the city nt
11. W. TJLTO.V , . - Jfnnngcr.
nuPiNr-ssOmcf : , No. 43.
NliniT KHITOII , No. 21.
MI NO 11 MKNTIOX.
Tlipoily coiineil meets to-night.
Pants to order , from $5 up , at Ueiter's.
The new board of trade meets tomorrow
Additional Coiineil Blulft local will bo
found on seventh page.
The Milan opera company is to appear
at tlio opera house January 1 ! .
An attempt will be made to-day to vim
thcfetreet ears so far as the dummy depot.
IVrmit to wed lias been given J. J.
ISymi , of Omaha , and Miss Kiln Ahem , of
The board of county supervisors finished
their labors Saturday , and adjourned
The Union I'aeille employes at tlio
transfer ft eight depot will receive their
pay this morning.
Carl Williams is in the eity jnil on sus
picion of being the fellow who "went
through Cornell's coflln .shop. "
Wanted A chambermaid and Jaundry
girl to do plain wahhing and ironing.
Next Tlmr day and Friday evenings
Miss Lillian Olcolt will appear at the
opera house in Hugh Conway's "Dark
A. W. ratten-on & Co. have sold their
gents' furnishing goods stock to S. K.
btanret , of ClarU.s , Neb. , who took charge
A largo < | tiantity of snow has accumu
lated ea.-t of the transfer and it is being
hauled away In coal ears and dumped
where room is not so valuable.
Few men have put in an appcaranc
at the freight transfer yards during this
cold weather , but the.y- were all given
work shoveling the drifting enow.
Mr. Conrad ( ! eise is arranging to com
mence entling ice at the lake. A plat
form will be put up to-dav. The leo is
thirteen inches thick and clear as crystal.
John N. Baldwin has tiled an applica
tion to admit Dr. Cross to bail. The
matter will be reached at an early date ,
and it is predicted that Cross , instead of
being hung , will be walking the streets at
A number of thosajoon men have not
paid-thcir December license yet , and pro
ceedings are being commenced by the
city. David Dtinklo is one of the first to
be pinched. He will have a hearing be
fore Judge Ayle-sworth next Saturday.
The other night Sanders was arrested
by the police lor being drunk , and on
suspicion of having stolen a live duck
which he had under his coat. The tluck
was placed in jail 00. but it bus now dis
appeared. The mystery as to its where
abouts is not solved.
"Dark Days" will show at the opera
house on Thursday and Friday nights.
The company are snow bound in Webster
City and in consequence have been com
pelled to cancel their ihitos at Lo Mars
and Sioux City , and will in all probability
not go to Lincoln , Neb.
At the transfer men , wojncn and chil
dren have crowded the waiting rooms for
the past three days. Many of them for
lack of funds have been compelled
to lay on the bunches. The hotel man
agers have been very considerate , and in
the cases of women with children , have
furnished rooms and meals during the
blockade , whether they had money or
not , BO far as they could spare rooms.
'Many of the snowbound passengers had
limited tickets , which on account of the
delay , must expire before their journeys
arc ended. Tlio ticket agents have been
making these tickets good , and thus re
lieving passengers of undue worry.
The yoinur people's party that was to
be entertained last evening by Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Kimball at their residence , No.
807 Fourth avenue , was postponed in
definitely on account of the extreme cold
For hardware and house furnishing get
prices of Cooper & McUee , No. 41 Main
Money to loan on chattels , by Forres
Smith , i0 ; ! Main street.
II. Mendel , of Ncoln , was in the city
jJ : J ) l ' "ai ° ' 'On'in , was nt the Ogden
Will L. Lukcns , agent of the "Dark
Days , " i.i at the Ogden.
U. M. Wilbur is in oft" the road , and is
registered at tiie Ogdcn.
Mr. Ernest Hart now leaves for the cast
on an extended business trip.
President Brooks , of Tabor college ,
spent Sunday iu the city the guest of Dr.
M. W. Allen , of Springfield , Ma s. , who
has been .spending several days here , the
. . I guest of E. K , Adams , went east yes
L. J. Crawford , who has been hero
thirty days visiting his sinter , Mrs. D.
Maginuis , left yesterday for Camp
Supply , Indian territory.
Dion lioiieieault , the actor , and his
wife came in from the west on tliu Union
Pacific yesterday morning and remained
at the transfer hotel all day , taking tliu
C. M. fc St. P. for the east last evening.
Mr. Boueieault ha been the hist two
months on Ids way to New York from
New/calami. He was dressed inn ty
pical KnglMi costume of light colored
goods and wearing a helmet hat. Ills
linir is growing more gray , and hi.s close
ly clipped mustaches of white , make
him look aged Indeed His wife is young
looking and a perfect blonde ,
Cottage ranges , ( iarlauil stoves Ha-
dlant Homes and Hub Heaters of the
very latei-t patterns nt bed rock prices ,
at Cooper A : MeGco's , NoII Main street.
Having put in a complete new stock of
clothing , nirnivhing goods , hats , caps ,
etc. , Fox < ! i Hughes , No , 1115 Main street ,
invite the public to give them n trial.
Tlirlr expenses are small and they can
and do sell cheap.
Tain on Keatley.
Col. Tarn was in the city last Wed
nesday , nnd of cruise talked politics ,
And democratic politics at that. He is
now living in the Seventh congressional
district , and his eyes have become blurred
looking Into the Ninth , At least wo
think they have , as he figures Col. Keat
ley out of the race this year , intimating
that ho will kill himself in tliu legisla
ture. Wo give Col. Tain credit for a
coed deal ot political sagacity , but think
that ho is altogether mistaken in tlds.
The colonel ulso mimes J , U. Yet/.er of
this citv as a possible candidate. Cass
For first class Missouri wood call on
tileason , at Ids coal otllce , 20 Pearl street.
For everything in tlio grocery Hue give
the now linn of KintKleeb , ItW Broad
way , a trial Kverything now and fresh.
Fancy groceries a specially.
There. won1 I'O L i' ! * ij. Scott count
during lbTt,44 ( n t n : i : 1i Ul dinth
SNOW BOUND TRAVELLERS ,
Some of Their Experiences , Both Stormy
ami Sunny ,
CEr4SURING THE GRAND JURY.
A Wreck on the Xor i vcscrn
IIIR Over tlio Coroner's Office An
Accomplished Imtly 1'oor
A Sensational Jury.
Tlio grand jury concluded its labors
Saturday and niado n linal report to
court. Judge Loofbnurow was evidently
not pleased with tlic manner in which
POIHO of the jurymen had coiidticteil
lhem clvcs. Ho uroeeetk'd to give them
n dressing up which would keep them
warm , if not hot , oven with the thermom
eter below the teens , and make their ears
tingle despite the frost. The judge de
clared that he would hereafter make his
opening in truetions more elear and dis
tinct to grand juries. From information
reeeivco by him , ho was satlslled that
certain of tlio jurymen had allowed tlicin-
selves to be buttonholed by persons in
terested in ca cs being investigated ; that
they had been talked to and had talked
over cases with interested out.iidcrs , and
probably been Influenced by such a pres
sure in some matters.
He further had been informed that
some members of the grand jury had be
came so intoxicated as to be unlit for
duly. This was a cause of severe con-
Mire. In discharging the jury it was ap
parent from the remarks of the judge
that ho felt not in the humor of compli
menting them or of giving them a "God
bless you. "
Tile bulge remarked that if his censure
seemed hard to those jurvmon who had
honestly and faithfully sought to perform
their duties , they must console themselves
by the thought of how poor dog Tray had
Mtllered on account of the company in
which he was found. The judge failed ,
however , to note-the faet that tiie honest
jurymen did not have the say as to what
company they should have.
The criticisms of the judge have
brought to the surface all sorts ot reports
as to the causes leading to their utter
ance. There seems a general belief that
there was some ground for the censure ,
about some of the jurymen imbibing too
freely. As to the other cause of censure ,
it is supposed to have arisen from the faet
that the jury returned no bill against A.
\V. \ Coll'man , who killed a man named
Main at Avoca. It is whispered that
Coll'man , being a man of means , inliu-
once and friends , some inllucncc was
brouirht to bear upon the jury to bring
about this result. On the other hand , it
is claimed that the evidence produced
before the grand jury showed clearly that
the killing was in self defense , and that
in view of this evidence the jury could
not consistently have returned an indict
It is claimed that a certain policeman
was in the grand jury room while a case
against him was being investigated , and
that he remained there while the ballot
Onother claim is that there was too
much "leaking. " Outsiders know just
what was going on inside , and the proba
bility of certain persons being indicted.
Tin : grand jury failed to make any re
port concerning the alleged shortage in
the accounts of ex-County Clerk S. D.
An indictment was returned against
"Major" Williams for the murder of
.lames Hughes , also against George
Biakely for stealing lumber and wheat
from a Wabash car , and against James
Nootou for robbing a passenger named
Kastner on the Kansas City road.
The foreman , K. Rosecrans , was com
plimented by the passage of the following
Resolved , That we do sincerely tender
our thanks to our foreman , E. Rosen-
crans , tor the impartial and upright
manner in which he lias presided and
conducted the business which lias been
brought before us.
The jury also investigated the cause of
Texas fever , introduced into this and ad
joining counties last summer , by which
farmers lost much stock. Tne jury united
in the following petition :
To the senate and House of representa
tives of the state of Iowa : We. the un
dersigned , members of the grand jury of
the county of I'ottawattamic , at the De
cember term of the district court of said
county , represent that the cattle interests
of this part of the state has Deen greatly
damaged for some years past by unaccli-
mated cattle being brought into the state ,
being in such condition as
to infect and disease native
oattle with splenic , or Texas fever , and
that native cattle contract said disease by
being shipped in tlio same cars , put in
the same stock yards , driven over the
same trail or kept in the same pasture
where such diseased cattle have . been ,
and that in nearly ill cases , such disease
is fatal. Your petitioners , therefore , by
the trial cases inflicted on the farmers
and cattle growers of this section of the
state , and do in a great measure from the
want of proper laws iinon the subject , ask
for some legislation as will make it a
penal ollciifu for any person to drive , or
the employes of any railroad corporation
shipping any deceased cattle into the
state and the owners and contractors of
stock yards , receiving or yarding any
such decea < ed eatllo in tiie state to
be subject to indictment , line and impris
onment for any or either of said onensos ,
and that in addition to criminal prosecu
tion we a k that Hieli persons so oll'ending
and the railroad corporations aliinping
Mich cattle into the Mate bo nil or either of
them be held liable to the owner or own
ers in treble value ot nil cuttle infected or
diseased by reason of said Interdicted
cattle being as herein wet forth and your
petitioners ever pray , etc.
Dated Council IJlulls , Iowa , Dec. S8 ,
K , RosccraiiH , foreman ; ( ! . Canning ,
elerk ; C. C. Weaver , I. K. Hough , M. R.
llarlo , Joseph lioiler , K. T. C. Johnson ,
T. Kearney , H. 1) . 1'edieord , Win. Currie ,
Joseph Kins , Henry ( iittcus , John Inman ,
Lewis Smith , Stephen James.
Correct Abstracts of Title and Heal Ks-
tatu Loans at MeMahon & ( Jo's , No.1
C. 15 , Jacquemin & Co. , No. S7Main
btreet , take pleasure in announcing to
the public that their stock of articles , or
namental , stylish and useful goods ,
is complete in each and every de
partment , and cordially invite everybody
to visit their store , inspect their goods
and compare prices. .No trouble what
ever to snow goods.
Scenes Among tlio Snow Ilonnil.
"It's terrible. Wish you'd been with
mo the past throe days , " said a traveling
man to a BKI : representative on Saturday.
"Just think of it , there were over a hun
dred traveling men snow bound nt
Missouri Valley ; everyone of them at the
Ohcnoy house. Old man Cheney la
getting fatter than over ; he just sat in his
chair in the ollico and gave words ot
encouragement to the boys who had gone
broke , and ninny hail reached their last
quarter. The Cheney got our pile , Hut
we had n good time nevertheless. Wo
sat up the other night all night in a ear ,
expecting the train to leave at any
minute. A company of colored soldiers
were on board ; feui-h laughing 1 never
heard ; why. * umu of the boys laughed
thom > elvi > a : iaeep ! ; the voourt1 just raised
'Old Nu-k ' A gent on board had just
coino up from the touth , and had on u
licht spring overcoat ; lie's a brother of
one of M. K Sni'th ' & Co.'s boys he had
his ovcreoat pockrn lillcd with books to
make his coat feel heavy.
"A party of ns started to walk clown to
the Hltin" * this morning , but wo only pot
a mile when wo learned a trajn was
going to try and make the trip. Wo
went , back and finally left the Valley with
a 'double header. ' There were about
thlrtv on board and wo just 'dusted1 into
I'm going to remain homo for n wiiilo
"Yes , there were Hilly Kcelino. H. 11.
Van Brunt , R. M. Wilbur , Charlie Ker-
guson and several other Council Bltifls
men up there with us. We. lilled several
hacks and Jake Roger's 'bus when wo
came up from the depot this afternoon. "
Another traveling salesman for one of
Council llluflV largest wholesMe houses
said : "I don't want any more snow in
mitip. Wo had a good crowd up at the
Valley and lots of fun , but its awful ex
pensive. The boys did the best they
could to pass away the time. Mr. Cheney
told the porter on Friday ' night to keep
the stoves going and to 'burn everything
except the hotel to keep us warm. Sev
eral of the traveling men got broke. The
boys si/.ed up their piles yesterday morn
ing. Is'oni ! of them had any too much
money , and many a one would have been
broke before Sunday if we'd had to stay
there. As it was one of the merchants of
this city , who was in the crowd , became
busted , and came homo on borrowed
"Hollo , " shouted n commercial man to
the BKI : man Saturday. "I lind you folks
hero have had a little cool spell. I left
hero about a week ago to take a short
trip of about forty miles , ( jot snow
bound , spent all the money I had , and
among four of us we could only scrape
up about $15. The pool was divided
among us and I just got in with ten cents
in my pocket after paying my 'bus faro
from the depot.
One of Neola's prominent merchants
yesterday greeted a Bun man in the corridor
rider of the I'acilic house and stated that
ho had Dually reached Council Blulls
after having been fastened in the snow
at Wc.ston , ton miles east of this city ,
since Thursday last. When asked how
the passengers fared ho said : "There were
about seventy-live of us , and had the
Hock Island train not had a dining ear
attached I don't know what would have
become of us. J. J. Anderson , the dining
ear conductor , lixed up a line dinner and
supper for us Thursday. On Friday
we had two square meals. Wo lived high
thntday , even had quail on toast. Satur
day we had a good breakfast about 10
o'clock , but that was our last meal. On
Friday , about forty shovelers were fed in
the evening and breakfasted yesterday
moining. "Doc" Rolf , the sleeping car
conductor , furnished three berths for
ladies and children that were in the day
coaches. Henry Fox , the conductor , re
ceived orders Friday to send a man west
to see how the shovelers were getting
along. Ho didn't send the brakemnn
alone , but went with him for two miles
and a half , and came back almost frozen.
1 used to think Henry Fox the meanest
man on the. Rock Island road but my
opinion has changed since my incarcera
tion \yith him for three days , and 1 was
surprised to lind him such an accommo
dating and line fellow. Byerly , the con
ductor of the DCS Moines accommodation
train , that left here Thursday morning
last and got stuck four miles west of
We&tou , walked over to our train and
was badly frozen. We had a preacher
and his wife nboad. He fed his v/ife on
crackers until they had to give in. An
derson invited all the passengers who
had no money to diuo in his car , but the
preacher held out until ho finally had to
cave in and then Anderson reminded
him that ho had been invited in and if he
had gone hungry it was his own fault.
We ran out of hard coal and our h'res
were kept up with soft. The grub was
cooked with fence boards. They tried to
get the forty shovelers their meals in
Wcston but it was no go , so they wore
fed in the dining ; car. J shall take the
first Rock Island train for home again.
It is awfully expensive , this being snow
Be sure and ask your grocer for the
bread made at Smith & Loerko's bakery ,
No. fiii ) Main street. It is the very best
made. Try it and bo convinced.
EIThc Chicago , Burlington & Quincy has
been more successful in the running of
trains than any road centering hero.
The fast mail trains of Friday and Satur
day night reached here on Saturday
ni ght. Yesterday all trains came in and
lett about on time.
The Kansas City , St. Joe & Council
Blulls hr.s been quite fortunate , and
has been running trains continually , ex
cept an occasional delay of a few hours.
The Chicago & North western has Uccn
at a standstill ns regards niuning pas
senger trains in and out of this cityT
The Sioux City & Pacific has got
opened up , and rail its trains yesterday.
On Saturday alteruoon , about ' . ' : : )
o'clock , the snow plow and ti gang of
about seventy-live men , who had been
waiting twenty-four hours for orders ,
loft on the Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
Paul road , with two days' rations. Last
evening the Milwaukee left the transfer
on time at , (5:40 ( : o'clock with a long tram.
The Chicago. Reek Island & I'acilio
road got their pas'senger train in from
Weston on Saturday evening at ti o'clock ,
and atIsJIO o'clock yesterday afternoon
started a train east composed of mail ear ,
baggage , ami four coaches , beside the
dining car. J. J. Anderson , the conduc
tor ol the dining ear , said ho had a good
. -upply of everything but napkins , and
under the circumstances people could
furnish their own linen. At 0:10 : o'clock
auoiitor passenger train was sent out
over the Rock Island.
The Wabash , St. Louis & Pacilio rail
way managed to got the passenger train
thai , was snowed in at Imogeno with a
"dead" engine , started to'waid this city
on Saturday morning , and in the evening
about ? o'clock started a train for the
south , The passenger train from the
south ciimo in yesterday afternoon on
time , with three engines and n snow plow ,
and the regular pasbX'iigor left on time.
The ollicialo say the Wabash is finally
The dummy trains and ferry cars made
their regular Sunday trips yesterday.
Cloaks at Jess than cost. Comtorls and
blankets at discount. Opportunity for
bargains in every department of our
The calm following the society whirl of
the holiday week was increased by the
severity of the weather of the past week ,
but will bo renewed In a modified form
by several sooial events this and next
week , full particulars of which will ap
pear in the ! : ; .
The entertainment of the whist elub
this evening , by Mrs , F. M. Gault , has
been postponed on account of the cold
The fifth dance this season of the Im
perial elub will take place in Masonic
hull on Thursday evening next. It will
not bo tv full dress aUairhtrictlyspeaking ,
The Merry Thinkers meet this evening
nt the residence of Mrs , L , Millard , No.
141 ( ilen avenue.
The ninth of the series of the Married
Ladies' Progressive Kuehro club will bo
entertained on Wednesday evening next
by Mrs.M. K , Smith , at her resilience ,
corner Kighth street ttnd First avenue.
On Friday evening last , after a two
weeks'recess , the Married Ladies' Pro
gressive Kuehroelub met at the rc.-idence
of Mrs. John N. Baldwin. The ladies
linn prize was won by Mrs. A. M. Jack-
sen , while Mrs. A. T. iMwoll received the
second pri/\ H C , Cory won tlio gen
tleman's first priw anil ( > eO. W. Thomp
son was jxwarucd the second.
The winner. ? of III" ladies' first prizes
in the Married Ladies' Progriss'vo '
Httchro club so far'this ' season have been
Mrs. M. E. Myers , Mrs. Horace Kverelt ,
Mrs. B. Xerveley. Mrs. A. T. Klwoll ,
two ; Mrs. A. T. Rico. The gentleman's
first prizes have been cant tied by F. L.
Clark , Hon. W , F. Snpp , twoF. ; M.
Os'iiir , "H.n Van Brunt , Judge W. T.
James , John N. Baldwin and II. U.
Cor- > " >
Mrs. Barringcr , an od ) lady living in a
little hovel next to tlio new Kpi.icopnl
church , wandered from homo Saturday ,
and was found on the street in a badly
frozen condition , An ellbrt will bo made
to have her sent to the asylum. The old
lady's ca o is a peculiarly sad one. She
has lived hero for years , and when in her
prime was one of she moit cultured
ladies. An excellent performer on the
piano , an artist of no mean ability , won
derfully skillful in embroidery atid fancy
needlework , a linguist with several lan
guages tit her ready command , she is
now passed into dotage and poverty.
She has for a long time lived alone In the
miserable hovel , subsisting on charily ,
witli only rats for companions. Naturally
eccentric , tind crowing more so by the in
firmities of old "age , it lias been very dilll
cult for the authorities or friends to do
anything for her or with her. Unless
taken care of in some way , she will bo
found some morning dead in her house ,
or upon the street , a sad ending for a
life which has been marked by such ac
Best coal and wood in the city at Glca-
son's , SO Pearl street.
Jtesult of tin ; Museum Henellt.
The teachers of Bloom school wish to
thank the ( J. A R. for the use of their
cross , Messrs. Cook and Keller for their
Hags , Messrs. lionham and Harkncss for
pictures , W. W. Chapman for easles ,
Miss Ella Slubbs , who represented the
( loddess of Liberty so pleasingly , and to
the Nonpareil , Globe and BKI : for tlieir
local notices without charge all of whom
helped them to make a success of the en
tertainment in Dohany's opera house ,
December 18 , 188.1) ) . '
The total receipts wore ? 10S.80. the
expenses sf.VJ.'J.'i. The museum dent of
$40.15 has been paid , leaving a balance
of $ ! MO. The items of expenditure will
bo found tiled in the superintendent's
ollice , Bloom building.
Substantial abstracts of title and real
estate loans. J. W. , & E. L. Squire , 101
Fight in ; ; fur the Coroncr.slilp.
Dr. Bellinger proposes to carry his case
into the courts and have it there deter
mined whether ho is coroner or nol. Ho
states the reason of his not qualifying
being that ho was too , ill to do so. On
Thursday ho had to appear before the
grand jury , but was'too ill to do any
more than to be taken to the room of the
grand jury , and then' right back to his
own house. The first day ( Friday ) that
ho was able to attend to business ho
offered Ills bond to I ho county board , but
was informed that tlio hoard had elected
Mr. Faul. lie claims tlrat it is a piece of
spite work , and while there is not enough
in the ollice financially to light over , yet
as a matter of justice he means to tc > t the
question by legal proceedings.
Harkncss Brothers are on"erin < r their
entire stock of ladies' winter underwear
at cost. ,
Last evening at 0:30 : o'clock William
F. Patton and Miss Mary Hickcy were
happily joined in marriage. Rev. B. P.
MeMonomy officiating , assisted by Rev.
R. J. Healy. The happy pair were at
tended by D. Patton , brother of the
groom , and Miss Nancy Hickcy , sifter of
the bride. Mr. Patton is a talented
young man who has lived hero from boy-
need , and has a largo circle of friends
and acquaintances , lie is now a postal
clerk on the Sioux City & Pacific rail
way between Missouri Valley and Sioux
City , and makes this city still his homo.
The worthy bride thus won by him is a
daughter of Mr. Hie key. i well known
farmer of Silver City. Friends of the
happy couple bestowed upon them
numerous gifts , while many and hearty
arc the expressions of good will and well
wishes , in which thojii : ! ' . joins heartily.
A Drop in
On Saturday afternoon the shelving on
the north siite of Eisoman , Rodda & Co's.
domestic department which contained an
immense weight toppled over and caugliL
Prank Forcy , the colored porter and A.
Christiansen , one of the salesmen. They
were almost buried under the domestics
but wore quickly rescued by the male
help while several of the lady clerks came
near fainting. When rcncucd , Christian-
son was found somewhat injured and Dr.
Laeey was summoned but pronounced
his troubles external but nothing serious
and lie was sent to his homo in a hack.
A wreck on the Chicago Northwest
ern occurred yesterday morning at Ar
cadia , two locomotives coming together ,
fcintishing both badly. Engineer Snlton ,
who lives at Arcadia , had his shoulder
dislocated , and his lireman was some
what hurl , none were injured seriously.
Such were all the details that were to be
learned hero yesterday ,
In Council HlufTrf having-
And all moacrn improvements , cull belli , flro
uliirm bolls , inc. , IB tlio
C'HESTQN HOUSE !
Noe. 215 , i17 ! uml 213'jluln ' Street ,
M. X J1O11N , 1'ropriutor.
I' , T. MAVND. A , S. HAKBI.TO.N
f. T. May lie < Xi Co ,
Real Estate. Exchange
No. 101 IM.irl 8tr Ht jConnell HlnlTs , Iowa.
Donlcrs In Jowu , ICunsiu anil Nebruskn I < iintU
LOTS IN COUNCIL BLUFFS AND
OMAHA A SPECIALTY.
Kcul Kbtatu bought and sold.
N. SCHUBS ,
Justice of the Peace.
OfflcoOver American Ktproas Company ,
B. BICE , M. D.
or oilier tum-ir rcinnviul wliliout
tiiu knlfo or Ut4\vlnj ( of blooi
CHRONIC DISEASES or ui umu p uiir ,
OVIT thirty years' prict ujil oxpurloncs. OiJico
No. 11 IVurl s-u-cut , t-'oniK II JJIuir * .
NOTICE Spfclsl ndTertlsemcnU , titch ns
Lost , Found , To Ixjsn , For Sale , To Kent , Wants
Hoarding , etc. , will bo Inserted la this column at
Iholowrnto of TKtf CENTS I'KR MNKforths
Orst Insertion and KIVK CI5.YT3 PKU L1NH for
cocli subsequent Insertion. I/euro ndvcrtlso-
monlsat our oflieo , No. U Pearl etroct , near
Uroadwny , Council Bluffs.
TKMt r.lINT Tlio tlireo-story brick InislnCM
- - lion-o formally oconple.l by (1n ( > iionctr&
cliornlgoii , Ktuinlro ( it MeMuhon & Co. , No. 4
SWAN & U'AlKiit : , No. : Mnln street ,
( nnilor I'll I/en's U. ink ) , renl rstiitonna mcr-
chiindlsc oxchnnjfo broken. Unr books lire full
cif spcolal linrpnliK , but It Is Impo'slblu to pub-
IMi n icllnblc list from tlioliiot of so iniiny daily
elninjrcs. Wlint wonsk Is : If yon wnnt to sell
ortfiidnnnytbliiR In our line , write IH nnil wo
will send you u pile of buwilns to select from.
Lands Improved or unimproved , ell ) * or town
properly , slocks or f.ooih of any kind In liny
plnee , It sileh joil Imvo or giii'h yon wnnt let 111
liotu- from you , Swim Si Walker , round ! Itluffa
\\MJfTIJt ) flood girl to do housework at 818
llnncroft . t.
UANTP.t > Two irllnlilo agents for tbo
o M ilinil MreiiiHl linilowiniMit Co.
to work In round ! Illuira. Apply to Win. 0.
Unndall. Bnpt. of AKOKC.US , Ugdoii House.
701l HKNT-l'url of ill 1'enrl SI. Half of It Is
X1 occupied by .Mis * Ji. (1. ( i leaf-oil's dress
milking etnbllslimoit. :
" 1710H ItKNT A llnoly furnlshoJ front room
JNo. . EJI Vine slreot.
IJ\AUM roirSA iKAt n ImrsnTiiTr MflTTooiT
IBO acres , O'j ' miles southwest of Oinalui. 6
room house , nxeollent well nntl cistern , : ! burn * .
one for elRbt Imisos. one for 'M cows : hen , tool
BntI wutfon houses ; I ( > J iieres In timothy : G. " > , OJU
forest trees , cotton wood.blaek walnut , ash niut
maple ; Kood orclund , apples , uhcrrirg , plums ,
( trapes miU small fnills. Never fnllhiff slock
water. It. 1' . Umi'KK , 500 llroutlway , Cotinell
llluirs , Iowa. _ _
HOUSKSi ? ( > IUfKNT--At McMnhon" " * Co'a. " ,
No. 4 1'cail btreot
Manufacturers or nil sizes of
Especially Designed for Ktinnlusr
MILLS , GRAIN ELEVATORS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS ,
Tubular and Locomotive Boilers.
NLMV Massillon T hrcshcrs.
Carey and Woodlmry Horse Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable awl Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC.
Factory Mussillon , 0. Branch House
510 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
SENB FOR 1886 ANNUAL.
Council Bluffs Carpet Co.
Our stock Ifl n < m complcto In rverj dopnit
mcntnnd contains all the latest styles nudelTucts
DPHOLSTERY GOODS ,
ETC. , BTG
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE CAKl'Kr HOUSE IN
SAMPLKB furnished upon implication to down
PINE UPHOLSTERY YfORK TO ORDER
; > Broadway.
E. B. Cad well ,
Real Estate , Probate
AND DIVORCE LAWYER.
Ko. 504 Broadway , : Council Bluffs
THOU. orncEiu w. n. H. rusir
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
AND DK.U.KK IX
No. 337 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
PAID UP CAPITAL , $20,000 $ , AUTHORIZED CAPITAL , $100,000 $ , ,
408 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Musical Instruments ,
Musical Merchandise of Every Description
Toys and Fancy Goods.
We mnkc the celebrated llanlni.iu Pianos , and the Royal Whitney organs , a specialty
Kvcry Instrument wnirantcd. Send for catalogues.
MUELLER MUSIC CO. , Council Bluffa.
Hrlck buildings of nny fclnil rnlsod or mnvoJ nnd satlsfnctlon RimrintooJ. Frnmo hougoj moreJ
on Little ( Jliint trucks Hie best In the world.
SOS Eighth Avenue and Eighth Street , Council Blulfe. ; J ]
If you buy any where except at Metcalf
Bros , They are selling their Clothing at
Cost , and guarantee prices on hats , caps ,
underwear , hosiery , neckwear , silk hand
kerchiefs , trunks , bags , etc , , etc.
METCALF BROS , , 344 Broadway , Council
Newly fitted nnd furnished. Opp. Uroadway
Mammy Depot. Sl.W ) pur day.
SAMUEL TATE , Prop.
L. II. HEIISHAW , Manager.
Chicago Lumber Co.
Wholesale anil llelnll Lumber , Littli , Slifng-los
Snili , Doors nnd lllinds. Solo iiRenls for Ilio
eclL'lirutcil Murlilulicad Concentrated White-
Lime. S. 1" . .MACCON.via.i. , Manafor.
Telephone No. iif" .
No. 710 Main Struct , Council JJlnirs.
EVERYTIII.NT. IMAGINAIILE IN
CROCKERY , CHINA ,
Queensware & G-lass
At Homer's ,
No. 2J ! Main .Street , Council lUitlls , la.
ESSEX HOUSE ,
COII.SKH llllYAXT ASH Vl.NllSW.
Warm rooms nnd irood bniml nt reasonable ;
ici > .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices In Hlat'J anil Keilernl Courts.
Kouius 7 iiiul ! : , timutui lilur.lt.
Main St. , Council llliill's.
Near the 0. , 15. , % ( J , ; 0. . M. & Jit. I' . , nnil
C. , It. I. & 1' . railway Uepuls. .Street ears
iiais tlio door. Everything new and Hist
class. Oi . . . , ,
| } |
Proprietor and Manager.
KO. 7 and 9 HAIH STREET ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
UNION TICKET OFFICE
J. L. De BEYOISE , Agent.
Ko. t07 BroudwftT. Council
Railway Time Table.
The following IB tlio timeof nrrlval nnU
flcimi'finu of Iruliis l > y central Htmirlnnt time , at
tliu local depotH. Train ! ) leiiru trniiNl'rr depot ton
minutes earllur mid arrive ten minutes later :
I1CMIIT-CI1ICAOO t NOIITIIVflSHTeil ! ,
U:3) : A , M . Mull mid K-\ press tt-Mv , M.
l":40l : * . M . Accoiiiiiioduilon . 4:60 : r. M.
Iii0 ; r. U . M.xpl-i's-H . 'JU5 ; A. it.
CI11CACO & HOCK IHI.4MI.
fl-'M/.M . .Mnllunil Kipiuks . fir,3iM. : .
7irA. ; M . AfconuiKiUittlon . ,5 : < , r > . u ,
cu ; f. > i . Kxprc.-s . 0:05 : a , u.
CHICAGO. UII.\VAIKI.I : ; & ST. r.Mii.
PSO : > t , M . Mull and KvpresH . ( liWi1 , M.
0WJ1' ; . M . D.vplrss . 0:0.rA. : H.
CHICAGO. IHIIII. INdfON A DII1NCV.
II ; JO A. M . Mull mill U.VIHSN | . IJiMr ,
Uii'Ji-.M ' . Uxplim . li05 ;
WAIMItll , ST. MllilH * I'ACIKIU
" : 'f > e. M Local St. I. mils Jixnioss Local .
KANSAS CUV. HT. JOU k COII.NCII. UI.UfTrt
lOilOA.M Mull mid llvprcsa fr.0 ; ! r. M.
KO&I' , II.
EIOUX i'nv A _ .
7:1BA.M : Slour rily .Mall HWiM. : ) .
( , ; M f. u Sl. 1'iiul Kxplo-iH HI OA.M.
10:35A.M. : Uunvi'i'i\prcb1 : ! nMui'.M.
Jlll p. M..Lincoln ] 'ns , , < ) m , & U. V.U5 : p. %
? : Wr. M Uviulund RxuroH BID ; A. tf.
DUMMY 'IIIAI.SrtTl ) OMAIM ,
I.cnvc council 'iM-f.M-uM-W-M
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11:45 : p. . T.i"-lt.u"-lliO'- ( : : : . in :
U..W ; in--5-5- : : ! : 0iO-l-,15 : : | n , 111 , J.eilVO Omaha
-Un : : 7'i-8'iO : : ; : 10:00 : 11LU : a. in : 1:00 : ! iUU :
; 00-lOJ-5 : : OJ : 0:11511:10 : : 11. in. KnndayK : 5
60-11:00 : u. ma:00-1J:01-5:00-UU'i-llIOpia : : : : : ' :
hicago Water Mor CD.
Power furnhhoil fiom iiydi'iint prcssni o fo
ilrivlinf nil klmli of light iiwuliliiury. .
attentionrlvim to uhnruli ortsini bloiylnif. emil
mil lirJnlillif | iiOEM'B.incut ilii ; > pHT | , ! < ; I"1" ; '
Irec/fra. imllsiiliiKlMtliu * . K-'WINKiniiclm . " * ;
The cost thcupi'Si motor umiUi. Ki'n'l ' lor oir <
uiilur. lit HBO In Council Illiill * by
Ili.-o icil/nillcct. . ,
I'ncc A ; Krlim : < ltnirnt ninrbut.
init Mmkut. ,
ilni'H M -MurkcU
i A Mryiir * . . ,
Knny. .v KlM-li , rolfi'O Bnndor.
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