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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , FJRTDAY. FEBRUARY 12 , 1886.
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THE DAILY BEE.
Fill DAY MORNING , FEB. 12.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
J ) < ll\md l > y earlier In nnyyartof tliocltyat
Munly cents ] > cr weik.
II. \ \ . Tn.iox , . . . Manager.
IlffiNr sOtniK , No. 4.1.
NtniiT I'tiiTOn , Xo. 2.1.
Pants to order , from $5 tip , nt Heller's.
Dr. Klllf , wlio lives on ( irnlinm nventic ,
Is rciortcI ) ns Imvinc been fjnitc badly
linrt Itf : i fall on an icy sidewalk.
Permission to enter wedlock was yester
day Riven In A. Messerstiiilli , of Quick ,
nnd Miss Kninia Finnk , of llonuy Creek.
William Malonuy lias received a num
ber of elegant nnd useful jtlfts sxs n re
minder of Mt liirtlidny. Ho loses no
Mentis as the jears go uy.
.Justice Si'luiiv. j-esterday was called
iion ) ) to tic the matrimonial noose uniting
Air. August Hoyficn and Miss Ennmi Uicr-
wirth , botli of tliia city.
A very unjoyablo entertainment is
m'omisca to-niglit by the Uloancrs at the
Hrondwny church , The entertainment
will consist of music nnd Mippcr. All are
Last evening the Congrcgationnlisls
had a pleasant Hoeial at tin : residence of
J. U. llarkne'.s , tlio company being en
tertained by Mrs. Ilarkin'.ss , Bites Phillips
and Mrs. H. W. Tilton.
Oao of the rural admirers of Shcrill *
Keel has presented him with tlio largest
corncob plpo ever grown in Pottawatta-
mio county. It holds three ounces of
smoking tobacco , ami when the slierill'
really gets down to business , it looks like
the big Chicago lire.
The Globe it now publishing n daily
list of the bills introduced by Colonel
Ki'iitluy in tlio legislature. It looks a
treed 'deal like the publication of the
transfers of real estate. The .score is
running high , hut it remains to be Keen
how many will become laws.
A solicitor is working the city for a
peculiar association , it being not a life
insurance scheme , but a dram insurance.
Tlio association is to pay $100 on the
death of : i member , for funeral expense- ! .
The fees are only nominal , and tlio'mem-
bers are given the assurance that they
have their funeral expenses provided for.
A very comforting thought.
Cliarlcs Lowson , arrested for stealing a
Match , was yesterday discharged. Low-
son claimed that the owner of the watch ,
Blr. Hicks of Glenwood , was full and
gave him the watch to keep until he
should get sober. He wore the watch
onenly nnd intended to return it to
Hicks , but was arrested before he had an
opportunity of doing so.
It. C. Taylor , who was arrested and
sent to the penitentiary for entering
Kiel's hotel hOinu time .since at night anil
stealing n trunk , was yesterday arrested
in Kate Herbert's palace by Ollicers
Buswick and O'Brien ' as a general crook
and i-neak thief. He entered n general
It'iok fiyainst being arrested without a
warrant , but when pressed concluded to
Tlio ladies of St. Paul's church are pre
paring to give a series of entertainments
In tlie .store building lately vacated by
Homy Eibeman , on Broadway. The
opening ono will bo Tuesday evening.
There will be refreshments and a nightly
change of programme. The ladies are
working to their utmost to help along the
new church building enterprise , and if
the men of that church were equally as
zealous there wotild be little difliculty in
securing the needed funds for completing
it , and having it free from all debt.
There scorns little being done about
tiie proposed improvement com
pany. That move was in the
right direction , and should not be
allowed to stop until made a success , as it
surely can bo. No enterprise has been
started in this city for years , which gave
assurance of doing so much for the up
building of the city , and every one who
has any business or owns any property
here should take some share in it. If
the men of larger capital do not feel dis
posed to take hold energetically , and sub
scribe liberally , then the men of less
means fchoulil join in more heartily' and
not wait for others. If Council Blulls
will not do anything for itself , it cannot
expect others to come hero and do much
for the city.
A fellow _ was arrested some time ago
for stealing some wheat and lumber from
the Wabasli railway. Tlio stolen stufl
wits Cstored in the hallway of the city
jail , to be introduced as evidence , it is
supposed , when the case should coinu to
trial. Blest of the lumber has disap
peared , for kindling wood , or fixing up
the pound , or .something of that sort , and
the barrel of wheat is being rapidly re
duced. The Nonpaioil man has been
boarding oft" that wheat for weeks , taking
n handtul every time he passes the place.
At this rate it will not uo long before
there will not be enough left to even
make out a ease of petty larccney , much
less the "rand larcenoy as charged.
There is talk of having the Nonpareil
man tried for being accessory after the
fact , or for conspiracy for getting the
follow clear. This would bo cruel , to del -
l > rive him of his means of sustenance.
lie would have to .stand in with the police
force , then , in the distribution of the
A Kkatlng Carnival.
Arrangements are being made for a
skating carnival at the ice rink on Itroail-
way on Satin day evening , A special
invitation is given Omaha skaters to uo
present. Wring your skates.
800,000 brink for sale. C. Straub , Coun
cil llhtus , Iowa.
E. J. Potter , foreman of the Union ele
vator , has gone to Now York on a visit to
bis parents , haying received news of the
illness of his mother whom ho hue not
seen for about ten years ,
llev. 1) . 1) . I'ropor who has been state
missionary for the llaptist association ,
has tendered his resignation and it has
been accepted to take ollect Blay 1 , Ho
has done excellent work , and numerous
other llelds of work will doubtless bo
opened to him.
D , J , Mullen has retired from the em
ploy of W. H. Croft.
For first class Missouri wood call on
( ileason , at his coal ollice , 2U Pearl street ,
Miss l liuii Olcott ,
Said to be ono of the most beautiful
women on the American stage , will ap
pear nt Dohany's opera house on the
evenings of February 15 and 10 , present
ing Pygma loan and ( ialntea.
Our best people attended Miss Olcott's
performance at the Academy this week.
She is a lady of fine personal appearance
nnd dignilied bearing nnd is altogether n
fitrong actress , She is young , and her
career on the stage hasljecn brief , but
she is perfectly at home in her dillicult
roles and reads her lines like an artist.
She surrounds herself with line actors of
reputation , and all her plays \ycn\ ele
gantly costumed. Nortolk Virginian ,
BIcxico is said to possess only about
100 factories of all kinds , owing to the
punoity of water and the high cost of
incl. These fuctoiics employ ubout l.'I.OOO
hands , and those devoted to weaving con
tain 0,000 looms and 230,000 spindles. The
largest cotton mill is at Querotaro , em-
ploU 1,400 hands , and manufactures the
cjutlr vvo.ni by all Indians. '
State and Oily Oflisials Hero Placed on
the Rack ,
QUEER CONTEST OVER NOTES.
How Mind Doctors Clmrgc Tor Absent
Treatments More AVork Tor the
I'oor All tlio News About f
A Silent Investigation.
Two of the commit tec to investigate
the institution for the deaf and dumb ,
Henresentativcs H\nck : and Tealc , were
in the city jcstordny. Senator Dnrrott
had not arrived. The two members who
were hero seemed disposed to have the
proceedings secret , for the present at
least , and this will probably bo the de
cision reached. It is understood that
there are a number ot nllldavlts In the
hands of the committee , and those mak
ing them will have an opportunity to ap
pear before the committee anil present
their grievances or charges more in de
tail , and be questioned .so far as neces
sary to get at the facts. They will also
bo allowed to produce such corroborative
proofs as they may have to support their
statements. The superintendent , and
others who may in anv way be concerned ,
will have a chance to explain any circum
stances which may look damaging , nnd
thus all concerned will have a free chance
for a full hearing , hut the public at largo
will probably be expected to await the re
sult of the report , with little to satisfy
their curiosity in the meantime. It is to
be hoped that , the investigation will bo
thorough , so that there can bo no chance
for grumbling after the result is reached.
The evening Herald , which has so
zealously cheered on the attacks upon
the institution , now declares that "Super
intendent Hammond has no right to ev-
amine letters written by his pupils. As
wo said in the beginning , the charge that
ho has done so is really the most im-
poitant of any preferred against him ,
because it goes to the root ot the whole
If this is true , then there seems little to
investigate. It is understood by all that
Superintendent Hammond does not deny
that ho cMunjnes the mail of his pupils ,
and that ho .justifies this by the fact that
it is the practice in all such institutions ;
that the institution stands in the relation
of guardian to these pupils , and that for
other reasons which must be apparent on
a moment's reflection , such oversight h
necessary for the good of all concerned.
If all these rumors which have been sent
broadcast , and all the grave charges
hinted at. amount * to nothing more than
what the Herald says , then there is little
to do , the superintendent not denying
Substantial abstracts of title and real
estate loans. J.Vr. . .VE. L. Squire , 101
Pearl street , Council Blulls.
Queer Contest in Court.
t''i'n t'in ' suerior
court. The pai ties are residents of Wal
nut , the plaintiff , Jerry Willis , seeking to
enforce tlio payment of two notes ,
amounting to $400 and purporting to bo
signed by Hans Koll , a wealthy farmer.
The defendant claims that the notes
were obtained fraudulently. The history
of the case is about as follows : Two
years ago last summer Hans Koll
gave a dance at his farm house , which by
general invitation his neighbors and a
largo number of people Irom the sur
rounding country attended. Among the
refreshments served were liberal quanti
ties of beer. During the progress of the
dance , when all were more or less under
the influence of the beer , a quarrel arose ,
which ended in a light. Mr. Koll pro
tected his dignity as a host and his house
with considerable vigor , but in tlio row
was seriously injured in the head. The
other parties , who \ycro also
considerably injured considered Far
mer Koll the aggressor and
lodged a complaint against him before a
justice in Walnut. Constable McGimscy
was sent out to execute the warrant , and
found Koll in a bad condition and induced
him to come to town for medical attend
ance rather than as a prisoner. When he
got to the village he was surrounded by a
number of participants in tlio ball who'in-
duccd him to settle the matter by giving
two notes. Those notes were afterward
sold to the plaintifl' in the present suit ,
Jerry Willis , for $400. Now comes Mr.
Koll and swears that he was not conscious
at the time the notes were executed and
did not know what ho was doing when he
signed them. Willis , as an innocent pur
chaser , brings suit to recover.
The case brings a largo number of wit
nesses from Walnut , among whom are Dr.
Hanna , who testifies that Koll was irre
sponsible when he executed the notes ,
Constable McGimsoy , Peter Koll , Henry
Hngge , Charles Voss and Charles Kricli-
son.Mynstcr & Limit are attorneys for the
plaintill' , nnd Jacob Sims represents the
Best coal and wood in the city at Glea-
son's , -0 Pearl street.
Settling by Skipping Out.
The sudden departure of Mr. J. A. La-
scllo and Mine. Lascllc , as announced in
yesterday's Bun , proved quite a surprise
to many of the merchants who found. still
unbalanced on their ledgers sundry
small amounts charged against them.
The skipping couple had rooms over
Cook & Laudorwasser's store on IJroad
way , and yesterday there were so many
anxious creditors stringing into tlio .store
inquiring for some elue to the where
abouts of the missing ones that patience
was exhausted , there being nothing to
reply mil tlio stereotyped "don't know. "
It was reported that they had gone to
Omaha , it seeming that they must have
gone on the midnight .lummy across the
river , as that was tlio only train on which
they could have made their departure.
Some thought they had perhaps settled
there under some ether distinguished
name , but there was nothing learned to
support any of tlienu theories. It is not
thought that they could have got away
with any great sum of money. On the last
evening they were seen here the Madame
went into a millinery store and got a fine
bonnet on credit , Shoo bills , grocery
bills , meat bills , etc. , came pouring in ,
and several of the bars of the city are
said to have the young man's name upon
their books , Blons. LaSelle is a young
man who impresses ono witli the idea
that ho thinks ; there is nothing quite
good enough for him and his , and liisfino
appearance and mnokarUtouraoy , caused
many to give him credit who would have
refused It to worthier men with less style
"Absent Treatment. "
"I'll ' toll yon a good thing whinh these
mind doctors have hit upon , " remarked
ono of the old school doctors. They
charge for absent treatments. "
"Absent treatments , what aio they ? "
"Why , you know the , mind doctor can
s\t \ down in her ollico or at homo and
treat a patient by bringing some mental
power to Jieur on them some way , at least
that is what they say. There is a lady ,
whopi I heard of the other day. She
was called on by the mind doctor , who
gave her u treatment. Aftersitting there
by her for a while the doctor rose to
leave. The ludy.handed. . her $3 for the
treatment , when the mlml doctor spoke
up nnd says , 'K\euse me , but since I saw
you last Iliad a little time and gave yon
three different treatments. They are a
dollar each. That makes ? : > in all. ' The
patient paid it. When I heard of it I
Just made up my mind that if one doctor
could charge for absent treatments
another could. The next time anybody
calls mo up in the night by telephone !
nm just going to roll back into bed and
charge them lor an absent treatment.
Up spoke then a brisk litllo Hotel
"I have heard of the e absent treat
ments before , and 1 tell you how 1 got
oven with one of the mind doctors. My
sister was treated by ono of them and had
to pay for absent treatments , about $0 , so
I was bound to got even. Ono day a
mind doctor came to the hotel for dinner.
After dinner she handed mo fifty cents ,
but I told her there was a mistake. Her
bill Was $0.50. She looked surprised and
demanded to know how that could bo. I
then told her that there was $0 charged
for absent meals. She looked rather
queer , and rather than have any fuss
about it I let her settle for the dinner and
leave the other account standing.
Work I'or the I'oor.
The Woman's Christian association will
re-open an industrial school on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock , in the vacant
house owned by Blr. E. L. Shugart , just
west of his residence , tlio it o of which is
kindly donated by him for this purpose.
This school is for the benelit of tlio chil
dren of the poor In our citv , nnd girls
from 8 years old and upward are Invited
Hero will be taught plain sowing of all
kinds , mending , cutting and making of
garments which , when completed , will
become the property of those who make
them , the material being 'donated.
The school will bo under the direction
of Blrs. Mattie Gnylard. with Mrs. C. 11.
Allen for secretary. Hoth of these
ladies have experience in this
work , and will bo further assisted
by older ladies of tlio association. To
teach industry is the best way of helping
the poor , many of whom are wefully ig
norant of the various arts of housewifery
and many more are on natural principles
opposed to working unless absolutely ne
cessary. Wholesale charity , such as the
kindhearted people of this city have in
dulged in so extensively this winter , puts
a premium on pauperism and largely in
creases the number of paupers. 'Experi
ence and observation both tcaeli that the
only way to do permanent good is to
give them work and teach them to do it
We who have comfortable homes , got
ten through our industry and economy ,
both of which elements of character are
greatly lacking among tlio very jioor ,
have not rested for the cold of winter
nor the heat of summer as so
many of those do whose necessities
we are daily relieving ; we may give and
give again till nothing is left and still the
problem is unsolved , the burden lias in
creased on our hands. The ladies of the
W.C. A. hope by the co-operation of
others of the city to make this a per
manent institution , anil that its proportions
tions and usefujness may increase and bo
the basis of an industrial work , such as is
carried on so largely in some of the
Bins. P. J. AIoNTQOArnnr ,
Secretary W. C. A.
Bloney to loan by Forest Smith.
Ingredients or Oleomargarine.
Philadelphia Record : The dairymen
are gradually bringing their contention
against the makers of oleomargarine up
on tenable ground , whore they may ex
pect the support of both the legislative
nnd judicial authority. Exhaustive
chemical investigations tend to show
that while it may be possible to make
oleomargarine which would not bean im-
healthful food , as a niatter of fact no
such oleomargarine is made. Indigesti
ble , insoluble , and oven putrcscent sub
stances are employed in the patent pro
cess of manufacture , among which may
be enumerated sugar of lead , bi-sulpliatc
of lime , saltpeter , borax , bo-
racic acid , salicylic acid , ben-
coic acid , orris root , cotton-seed
oil , vegetable oils , bitarie acid ,
bicarbonate of soda , nitrate of potassia ,
glycerine , capeylic acid , cuparie acid ,
alum , capcic aoicl , sulphate of soda ,
cows' udders , commercial sulphuric acid ,
farinaceous flour , butyric ether , caustic
potash , carbonic acid , sulphuric acid ,
castor oil , curcumino , chalk , slippery
elm bark , caul , oil of sesame , oil 01 sun
flower seeds , olive oil , turnip seed oil ,
broma ehloralum , chlorate of potash ,
niter , oil of sweet almonds , oil of peanuts ,
peroxide of manganese , stomach of pigs ,
sheep or calf , nitrate of soda , bcnnie oil ,
gastric juice , mustard seed oil , nitric
acid , dry blood , albumen , sugar , butyric
acid , bicarbonate of potash , chloride ot
sodium , caustic soda , corn starch and
various coloring matters. These things
are well enough in their way ,
but not to spread on one's bread. If
oleomargarine , as has heretofore been
stoutly maintained , were a wholesome
substitute for butter , the attempt to pro
hibit its manufaeliiro would bo an Inva
sion of private right without justifica
tion. Hut the proof of its deleterious
quality ami the diflieulty in preventing
its sale as butter , in consequence of the
elose imitation of tlio spurious to the gen
uine article , warrant legeslative restric
tion both as to the homo and export
trade. Both butter-makers and butter-
eaters are entitled to protection against
counterfeit butter. If chemical analysis
throws oleomargorino out of the list of
proper foods , there is no longer a war
rant for nermitling its sale for the only
use which it subserves.
Books Bound in Human SkiiiN.
Pull Mall Ga/ette : Following the example -
ample of Blr. Joseph Xiychusdprf , who
lately bound two El/.evir editions in
human skin , another London binder has
executed , an order to incase a copy of
Hans Holbein's "Dance of Death" in the
same ghastly integument , certainly a
very appropriate covering for this work.
These are not the only instances , however -
over , in which tlio casing of "human
form divine" has been utilized. In the
library at Mexborough house , near Moth-
ley. Yorkshire , there were formerly two
books , Sir John Cheek's "Hurt ot Scdi-
lion" and Braithwaito's "Arcadian Prin
cess , " both bound in the prepared skin of
Blary Bateman , "tho Yorkshire witch , "
who was executed early in tlio beginning
of this century for murder : but these
were among those which disappeared
during the cataloguing of the library for
rale , when one of the former earls of
Blexborongh was in difliculties , Yet
another instance. When the writer was
last in Pans he was shown a small book
by a dealer , who solemnly avowed it wus
bound in a portion of the skin of the no
torious Lotivet do Couvray , and which lie
valued at lOOOf. , and for authentication
of which ho produced a long pedigree ,
Tlio Homo Billiard Table.
February Outing : The billiard table
in the home needs no advocate , for few
homes of pretensions are without ono at
this day ; but billiards as n gam < fitc > il *
in the homo sadly needs Vrte "support of
many champions > . * '
The game ot \ ' \ ards iifit is played at
the present day is perhaps not so well
adapted to the hopio as the old English
game of a score ot j'ears ago. Particu
larly has it fallen into disuse as a lady's
game. This ought not to bo so , for of all
royal g.unes , of all games requiring tlio
combination of a correct eye ,
a steady hand , a think
ing head , billiards possesses the
greatest fascination for tlioso who pursue
it far ciiougli to acquire a moderate de
gree of skill , aim insight into its possi
bilities. As an in-door game it has no
superior. ' 1 ho c\ercio which it cive ,
while not in the least \iok-nt , is auim'r-
able in its character and scope , for a
great range of nuuclus is brought into
It is altogether probable though I
throw this out as fr < ) m ono entirely un
versed in the intricacies of the subject
that modern methods of fashionable
female dre s preclude that freedom of
movement which would enable n woman
to play the ganio without constant use
of a bridge , but does this necessarily con
demn the game for women ? Just
as there arc now tennis cos
tumes , nnd pedestrian costume * , and
tricycle costumes , for ladies , why do they
not adopt a billiard costume , and assume
their proper place in the home billiard
room ? Of course there are exceptions to
all rules , and , just as 1 have seen women
who were fine liflo shots and good swim
mers , and excellent bowlers , so have 1 ,
once in a great while , seen a woman who
could hold her own with lie ' husband at
nn after-dinner game of billiards , nnd
my experience in such cases has been 1
tell it for those who are afraid of making
guys of themselves that I have never
seen n cue handled as charmingly and
have never seen the graceful curves of
the female form appear to such striking
advantage as in such games.
Young women , learn tliegame of bill
iards , and learn it well ! It will repay
you a thousand times for your trouble by
its charm ; and who knows but that some
day the skill which yon acquire will keep
a restless husband from his elub when
fireside and music will have failed. ?
"Boc/.e , " money nnd butter were
among the answers of the congregation
of New York newsboys to a clergyman
who asked them : "What is the most
powerful thing on earth ? "
KIIANK Niii.v : , 1'icst. Uuo.W.lt UUII.N , Sec.
. ( Incoiiorateil | , 1881. )
Life and Endowment Association
OF WATERLOO , IOWA.
WESTERN DEPT. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
oi'Ticn IN nnxo's npiuHxa.
Itooms Xo < ; . 12 nuJ 13.
$2500 ! in case of Death.
$1,000 Endowment nt the end of ten
Average cost for year of assessment ,
first three years of organization , 15 to
BO years , $0.071.1 ; to 50 years , $10.
Ciiculnr anil Inlonimtlon on application.
WM. RANDALL ,
Sup"ilnteiiilcnt or Agencies.
2 NIGHTS 2
Monday aicl Tuesday ,
FEBHUARY 15 AND 16.
EiNGAGEMENT OV TUB DI3T1NGUIS11CD
MISS LILIAN OLCOTT
Supported by her own talented company in
PYGMALION AND aALATUA. by the popular
author , W. S. GIMIEUT , author or "Pinafore , "
the "Mikado , " etc.
TUESDAY EVENING presenting the over
poptlar Ne ' York Success
PRICES : Sl.OO , We , CO and 2'e.
Kcscrvctd Seats on sale at llushncll's nnip Store
TO THE PDBLIC AND OLD PATRONS.
Ihavo bought what is known as the
AND TRANSFER LINES.
And will fflvo my personal attention to calls a
rivate residences for pas onpreis and baggugro
or all trains , including dummy tiiilns.
Olllco at Pacle House. Telephone H' ' ) .
Thank ! ul tor pa t fa\or3 , I am lespectfully
Successor to J. UOKCIS.
Kiel Sale Stables !
Horses and Mules kept constantly on hand ,
for sale nt retail or in car loads.
Ordois promptly tilled by eontiact on shoit
SCHI.UTEH & IlOIiV , Pi oprlotors.
Fl able Corner I'll th Avenue and 1'ouith St. ,
Council Uluirs , Iowa.
J , L. De BEYOISE , Agont.
No. COT Ilroadwar. Council Dlufft.
Railway Time Ta1)le.
The followinir Is the tlmo of arilral ami
departuiool tiulns by central Ktandaid tlmo , at
the local depots. Trains loaro transfer depot ten
minutes earlier und arrive ten minutes later :
DW > AIIT-CIUOAaO " ' "
0:20 : A. M . Mull und KipivtH. , . , . ,0:501' : , M.
l":40l' : . M . AeeommodHtlon . 4:50 p. M.
0Wr. : M . Kxpiess . BBA.M. : (
CIIIOAGO & HOCK 1FHNI ) .
a:23A.M : . . .Mull and Ilxpichg . 0:50pM. :
7:15 A. M . Accommodation . 5:45 : P.M.
0 : Ur.M . Kxpretn . 005.v.u. ;
ClllCAQO. M1MY.UIKEU t ST. 1'AUL
0:20 : A. M . Mall and Kiincte . 0Mr. : M.
0tiOJ'.M : . K-Jycess . 9:05A.M. :
citiCAGO. uimuNOi'pN ( f gui.NCV.
UMOA.M . Mall and Kxtu ess . oMe.
0:50 : r. M . ExpiC ! * ! ? . o05 ;
WAIIASII , 81' . MIUJHft 1-ACIHO.
Si15r. M.fxical St.J.onU Kipieaa Local .
UiOOl'.M.Tiaiibterbt. Ixtuls ux.Tiunefer.'JiiIO r. a
KANSAS CITV. ST. JOii i. cour.cir , iii.Un.-i
10:10 : A. M . . . .Mall and Kxpress. . , , /Hi' / ) : ) . M.
HIOUX CITY & , PACIIIC.
7:15A.M : . . .Sioux City Mall , , . 8:30p.M. :
( ir,0r. : Ji . St. I'aul Uiprosg . 8"jA.u. :
10:3TiA.M : . Dninnr Exprefs , . . .5:1' : P.M.
J:1U : p. M. . . Lincoln Pusi. , Oui. & it. V. .2:05 : i % M.
7:50i-.u : . Overland Ilxlpress . 8:15 A.M.
DUMMY TIIAtNSTU OM\1IA.
Lcavo Council 131uffa'-7Uj-8OB-U:30-10 ' : : V-
11:1)0 : ) a. m. ; Il6-2:30-3i30-4:30 : : 5J5-n:10- : :
11:15 : p. m. Sundays-7OJ : 9:3J : 11SO- ; . m ;
-iiO-B:1. : ; : : : > & - < iito-il:45 : : p.m. Leave Omaha
-4 > : ; tt7i58:5riOiOO : : : UW : ( n. m : 1:00 : 8:00- :
00 : OJ 5 :00i : 6:05 : H:10ip. : in. Sundays tl:35 :
6Q'-UI ; a. in.i3Q3-3OJ'-5.03-aOj-ll10 : ; ; p.m
Main St. , Council Hlufi's.
Near tlio C. , U. & ( J. ; 0. , M. & St. P. , and
O. , It. I , A p. railway depots. Street cars
passthe door. Ku'iythlng new and llrst
class. Opened Dec. 1st.
1st.PHIL MEIIOEX ,
Proprietor and Manager.
P.T. MAV.NE. A. B.
f.2' . Mayiie * Co ,
Real Estate Eicbange
No. 103 Pearl Sued , Council IllulTa , loira.
Dealers in Iowa , Kansas and Nebraska LumU
LOTS IN COUNCIL BLUFFS AND
. OMAHA A
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DKEKE. WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements , Buggies ,
Cmrli\KO , Klo , iic. : Council IllnlTs , lown.
KEYSTON E M ANUl' ACTUHINU CO
Corn Stiellers , Stalk Gutters ,
Dlsollnrrowfi , Seniors , Torn Plnnlcr" , Vcc-l Cut
ters , V.tc. Vuctory , Hock Tails , Ill < < .
Nos. l.'iOl , mi , JMJ. 1507 Mnln St. , Council Uliiffg.
1)AV1I > TWAILKY" & CO. ,
Mnnut'rs nu'l Jobbcis of
Agricultural Iraplemcnts Vagons , Buggies ,
a. niul nil Mnl nf Turin Mno'ilnpry.
1100 U > 1110 Soutli Miiln Stro.'t , Council Ululls ,
V. O. Ui.KvinNi T. It. IlnuntAS CH'o.l' . WIIHIIIT
I'lcsATreiis. V..l're < < .AMiui. : SocACoimcil
Council Bluffs Handle Factory ,
( Incorporated. )
Manufacturer * of Axle , I'lek , Slciljro nnd Smnll
lliuulles , of o\cry description.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO. ,
Curtains Window Shades
Carpets , , ,
Oil Cloths. Cuttnln rixtnres , IJpholntoiy Oooils ,
Ktc. No. 405 lirnivluny Council llluirs ,
CM Aits , TOiiAcco , ETC.
PEUEHOY & MOORE ,
Wliolesnlo Jobbers In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes
Nos. "SMulii uml t7 ! 1'enrl ' Sts. , Council UlulTg ,
SNYDEK & LEAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants
No. Ul'cail St. , CotincllHlutTs.
McOLUHG CRACKER CO. ,
Fine Crackers , Biscuits and Cakes ,
Gunnel ! lililffs , Joir < .
MAUKEK & CRAIG ,
Importers Jobbers of Crockery , Glassware
Lamps , 1'rnlt Jiiis , Cntloiy , Stimeuiue , Ilur
Ooods , Fancy Good ? , r.te. Council llluirs ,
I1A11LE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Oils. Paints Glass
Druggists , . , ,
Druggists' Sundilcs , Kts. No. ! Mnlti St. , niul
No. SI I'CHil St. , Council Hlutls.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
S2l ! J firs of Dry Goods ,
Notions , Htc. No' . 112 und 114 Main St. , Nos. no
nnd 115 1'cnrl St. , Council Dliills , lown.
WJRT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
GRONEWEG & SC11OENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 117 , 110 nnd 121 , Main St. , Council UluITs ,
L. KIRSCIIT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Ilrond-
way. Council Illuirg.
P. C. 1)K VOL ,
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
llcfiiecrutorb. etc. Nos. Mt Hioadwny , and 10
Mulct ftioet , Council Illuir .
HARNESS , ETC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
JInnu'ncturcrs of nnd Wholesale Dealers In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. E5 Miiln St. , Council niuils , lown.
JIATS , CAPS , ETC.
METCALP BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. U12 niul iI4 ) Ilrondwny , Council IllulTe.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron Steel Nails Hardware
, , , Heavy ,
And Wood Stock , Council Hhilla , lown.
1IWKS AND WOOL.
1) . II. McDANELl ) & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
TallowWool , I'elta.Oiensonnd I'tiiB. Council
llliill'e , Iowa.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
WholeMilo Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline
ETC ? . , E3TO.
8. Thi'Odoic , Aijent , Council Ulutre. Iowa.
LUMHKlt , I'lUNd , ETC.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
And liiklgn Mutoilal Speclnlllns.Wliole-aloIaiw
bcr 01 all Kinds. ( Jllluo No. 130 Main Ht. ,
Council Illullti , lowu.
WINKS AND LlQUOItti.
JOHN L1NDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors ,
Afc'fiu Jor St. ( lottbard's Herb Hitters. No. 1J
Mnln tit , , Council ilium.
SCHNEIDER & BECK , '
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
No COO Main St. , Council I
A.C.liuiiMUu , Pros. L.W. Tui LEYS , Vlco-I'res.
JAUBB N , HROW.N , Cashier.
103 MAIN STREET ,
Authorized Capital 250,000
Stockholders Represent. . . . . 1,000,000
Do a general banking business.
Ai'Count-B ot banks , bankers , iiicrclimits , limn-
ufuclurerti und Individuals received on fnvoiu-
DamrMla und lorci n cxulmuge ,
The > eiybcbt of intention Driven to all. busl
net's ( omtm'tK'J to owi'tare.
. . . ,
RUBBER BOOTS ,
SHOES AND ARCTICS ,
RUBBER AND OIL CLOTHING ,
And Eastern Prices Duplicated. Write
Storehouse and Salesroom , 41 N. Main St. Office 412 Broadway ,
00-u.rLOil BI-U.J.TS , -
nrlakbullllriji ot an ? kHl rxttil or mirol inl sitlstvstlon sr'1 ' xraut331. Frame lioasoi
onlilttlcGlaut trucks the best lu the worH
SOS Eighth Avenue imtl Eiglith Street , Coiincil Bluffs.
NOTICE.-Spocial iidvcrt3cm ! .u . : , SUh as
Lost.Found , To Loan Fo- Sale , To Hont , Wants ,
Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted in this column nt
tholow rate ot TEN CENTS PEll LINE for the
flrBtinsortlon and FIVE CENl'3 PlHt LINE for
each subsequent insertion. Lcavo advcrtl o
mentsat our olllco , No. 1J I'ourl street , near
Broadway , Council UlutTs.
FOlCSAIjK 1'ropeity on corner Pcail slreot
and Sixth ucnuo , Council lllull'rt , tonsl llii
of to btory , iioii-roolccl bi ick building ; a 1 riiinu
hoiiFuol t-iv loonm ; nil on lot'JO.\lii. ' : i'or terms
apply to A. II. McClurtr , on premlfecs.
FOIl SALE-Scaled bids will tioiocultol byj
\V. Itodofor up to Febiiliiry ' . ' 0 , 18 < D , on
eighty feet front , two story bilck block , Nos. ,
" 4.2U and "S Pcuil street , between liioadwuy and
SWAX & WAI.ICIMt , No. iW Main btroet ,
( under Citizen's IHnk ) , real citato ana mer-
clniiHli-o exchange brokera. Uur books are lull
of special biu-guiuM , but It Is linpo&slblo to pub
lish a reliable list f i om the laet of so mnny dally
changes. What wo ask ia : If you want to boll
or trade anything In. our line , wrlto us and wo
will send you a pile of Imrnalun to select from.
Lands improved or unimproved , city or town
pioporty , stocks of goods of any Kind In any
place , if such you have or such you want let in
hoar from > ou. Swan & Walker , Council lllutfa
< jje | ) ( \ Made in 31 days bv u lady ttfent of the
P 1.J "Equitable.1" We want six more Iho
ajrents , male or female Apply in person or by
letter to Win. Kandall , Supt , of nirunulcs , Coun
cil UlulfH , Iowa. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
AKM FOR BALK At.IV bnwnln if Bold soon ,
10U acres , O'J ' miles souflincst of Umiiha. ( i
room house , excellent well and cistern , 2 barns.
ono for eight horses ono lor 20 cowo ; hen , tool
and WHKOU houses ; 100 acres in timothy : ei.OOO
loicst trees , cottonwool ] , black walnut , ash and
maple ; good orchard , apples , cherries , plums ,
irrupus and small fiults. Never fallinff stock
water. It. 1' . OFFICKII , WO IJroadway , Council
j 1 owa. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
THE GREGORY INCANDESCENT GiS LAMP
The public are informed that a patent has
I/CIMI allowed to Oeo. II. Gregory on Ills im-
mou'il fjas lamps and inaiiiitactiirtd In us. Mr.
C. A Williams Is our nutlioil/od agent for Connell -
ell llhillH Mini Uniahu. The public are cautioned
not to buy any ol these ( rat lumps e.xeept
jhiou h Mr. WIlllaniH , as all others o feioJ lor
Kile m u Inttlimements upon our lamp. G. II.
Hunus &Co. . Slflnutiicturcisuim Solo \ \ > > lciri
Agents , No. 1 Deiubon street , Chicago.
BEDUCED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
No. 2' } Main Street. Council HluffH. la.
. OFFICER. W. II. 51. PU8ET
OFFICER & FUS3SY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
EMnbli&hcd Iff. ' , .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I'ractloos In Htato anil Federal Courts.
Hnoms 7 anil S , Snuu'ai t Jiloc.lc.
E. BToadwell ,
Real Estate , Probate
AND DIVOHOE LAWYER.
Ho. 604 Broadway , : Council Bluffs
B. KIE , M. D.
riKPPRQ or other turn > ra icmovedflchout
tAHuEinD the knife or dtxwlu ; , ' of hlooJ.
CHRONIC DISEASES r " *
O\cr thiily jeiirs' pi act < : .d o < iioi-iuiuj.
Ko. i : IViul Suctt , COIIIK II Ululti
-.s F.iu .
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Express Company.
Twlsh to respectfully Mil tno ni , miu " * -
pntions uiul the public In Renoinl , to my lotftff'
vnlfiom the old Miinil Nos. 7 mull ) , Mnln St. .
to ray now nnd commodious quarters ,
No. 226 Broadway ,
Whoio I Mill ho please. ! to see my innny tilonda.
"Itliiimiwj , now uml coniplelo lusoruncnt of
And belnff located In lurffo qimi tois I nm hotter
thun over before prepared to to servo the pub-
lie. Respectfully ,
J. M. SMITH ,
NO 280 BroadwayCouncil Bluflb.
ESSEX HOUSE ,
COUNEU BRYANT AND VixnSrs.
Opposite City nulldlngB , Council lllutfs.
Worm rooms and good board at icasonablo
Newly fitted and fin ntahpd. Opp. Uroadway
Uunimy Depot. Sl.fiO jier duy.
SAMUEL TATU , I'rop.
L. 11.15ERSI1AW , Manager.
In Council muffs having
Fire Hlsoetp ) ©
And all modern improrouiouU , call bells , lira
ulium lioJlf , etc. , Isllio
CRESTQN HOUSE !
NOB.M , -17 and ' 'la , Mnln Street ,
MAX JIOHN , Proprietor.
Chicago Lumber Co. .
Wholesale and Kctiill Lumber , I/itb , rthln loj
gueh , Dooia and Illlndd. Bole agcntf I'or the
celcbiated Miiihlehcud Conecnt rated Wlilto
J.lino. B. 1' . 31 ACCO.VNLU. ,
Teleihone No. Htf.
No. 710 MaliiHtioet , Coiincl ) lllulfs.
MDuiifiiclurcruof all el/csof
UTOM TIC ENGINES
BULLS , OHA1N KLKVATOHS ,
AND ELKCTHKJ I < HJHTS ! ,
Tulnilpr and Locomotive Uoilon.
New fassillo'ij TJircrfhci's ,
Carey and Woodbury Uor.so Powers.
STATION AllV , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SA\V \ BULLS , KTC ,
Factory Massillon , 0. Uianch IJouso
CJO Pearl St. , Council Uluf .
BEND FOR 1880 ANNUAL.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
UANUIUCTUIII.il AMI mUl.KIl IS
No. US ? Ilroudwny , Council BlutTe.
JUtal Katatu bougltt : ui < l bold.
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