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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 18. 1880
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIlTBLUFFS ,
THUHSDAY MOHN'INd , I'KI ) . 19.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Centered ujcnrrlcr In finj part of tlio city nt
twenty cents per week.
Hi W. Tn.TOir , - Manager.
llf sixr.es On ICB , No. 1 J.
KniTOit , No. 5J.
MIXOU aiKNTlOX.
Pants to order , from 5 up , at Keiler's.
The city council is to meet at 3 o'clock
Saturday afternoon.
Gilbeit& Utteibaek tire adding agri
cultural implements to their business.
Prayer Hireling will ho held Hits even
ing at the Union chapel. All arc invited.
The mayor Is oft'on another trip
hunting up liberty lovers or looking alter
his new book.
In the circuit court yesterday a divorce
was granted in the ease of Fr.mk Hitldle
v.s Ada Kiddle.
In the circuit court yesterday lengthy
arguments were made on the motion to
appoint n receiver for Cocku & Morgan.
Maggie Mitchell is to appear at the
oper.v fioiiso on tlio ! jjd. : Although slio
has been so long before tlio public she is
still a favorite.
William llcniiy wasycsterday fined for
being drunk , and enjoyed the distinction
of furnishing the only ease for the supe
rior court.
James H. O'Noil and Lrua Miller , both
of Council Hlnlls , were married yiMer-
day at the residence of Mrs. Kobcrts on
M.\nster street , Justice Sehmv olllciat-
ing.
ing.Mnliimonial permits wore issued yes
terday to ( ! . H. Scott and Josie Ilanifau
of Omaha , John T. Clink of this city and
Orphic I. Walilo of Crescent , W. W.
Whipple and Sarah Lake of Hancock.
The logHatho committee which has
been examining into the affair.of the
institution for the deaf and dumb hcto ,
lias returned to DCS Moiues and promises
to have n ropoit ready in u few days.
Michael Slrogoll'is to lie presented at
the opera hotiso Ihis evening. It is ono
of Hie finest .spectaculars , when properly
presented , but thcro is little to it besides
that. If the play is mounted elaborately
and h.ts the proper scenic ellects it is
grand.
The junior class ot the high school has
organi/ed as a literary and social club ,
and had its initial gathering at the homo
of Mi'-s Doru Grass Monday evening.
The evening was very pleasantly spent ,
the literary portion of the entertainment
being confined to the works of Scott.
About ( J o'clock last eveniiicr a man
named George ( ilcason was injured by a
dirt bank falling upon him. lie was cov
ered up to his head. His hip was dislo
cated and he received other injuries , lie
was driving a dirt team for Mr. Woliirer ,
and was at work on a bank near Uord-
nian's.
A good joke is quietly going the rounds
of some of the young society gentlemen
in this city , the joke being one that was
played iv short time ago on a , young man
by some young ladies mid his sister.
During his absence they sewed incon
venient scams in all his clothing except
his dress suit. Ho found it out when try
ing to "enter" another suit.
Mr. J. J. lirotvn is being named as a
possible candidate for mayor on tha dem
ocratic ticket , lie is a man who would
run like a deer if he would accept the
nomination. The eiti/ens are talking
now-a-days of some pretty good man for
that oflico , and it looks as if the voters
would bo roljoved from the usual neces
sity of choosing between t vo evils.
-r A preliminary citi/ens' ' boom started
ycstculay in favor of Colonel John W.
Chapman for mayor. Ic is understood
that the attempt will be made to call him
out by oileringliini tliosupportof citixens
of both parties. It is not Known whether
be would allow his name to bo used , but
if so there aio many who would rally in
his favor , and some democrats arc named
as among the number.
The snow still holds good on Graham
avenue , and crowds htill gather there
nightly to coast. Tlio new traverse , Hli/-
y.ard , seems to have turned out to bo the
"Hoss of the Kinds , " it having "went
around" the Aligator , and on Tuesday
night made the longest run oven inailo
by any traverse over the second hill
away down to the fiont of Mrs. Walker's
residence , where it was stopped on bare
ground.
It is understood from these who ought
to know that itis useless to talk of Mr.
Lucius Wells for mayor. He is at present
absent from the city socking recuperation
and restored health , ho having been
obliged to seek relief from the rush of
business , which has taken his strength
and jeopardised his nervous system , llo
would make an excellent mayor , nnd
would receive the hearty support of
many of the bowtciti/ons of both parties.
Could Council Hind's sccmo such : v man
for its mayor it would bo a pri/o , but in
view of his physical condition , and the
demands of his private business , it is said
to bo useless to talk of it.
Money toloau'by Forrest Smith.
A Forgotten Imw.
It may bo a good deal of a surprise-
many talcum that in the ordinance in
regard to tlio tire department the follow
ing section occurs :
'tNo ' spirituous , fermented or mult
liquors shall bo permitted in any engine
house or other house used by the depart
ment. Any member found drunk shall
bo discharged. "
The stilet enforcement of this part of
the ordinance might put a stop to many
street rumors , which are often passed
about in an exaggerated lorm , and grow
ing in the passing , \Vhnntlioioisa \ laxity
of discipline innocent members of I ho
department have to Miller with the
others , and the reputation of the depart
ment as a ivholo rapidly goes down.
Host coal and wood in the city at Glea-
ton's , 'JO Pearl street.
Personal I'arneraphs.
11. II. Van IJrnnt loumiod ytMnrdtvy
from KooKford , 111. , whuru ho luii been
on business.
George W. Thompson haroturncd
fiom a business tiip through central and
northern Nebraska ,
G. C. Pru&cott , the general agent of the
Piano Manufacturing company , is happy
as a lord , A bouncing boy.
.1 , P. Williams of Lincoln , the special
, agent of tlm Gcrmanin liiMinmco com-
p.my , was in the city yesterday ,
C'ol. A. J. Chantry of Malvcin , a vete
ran \\lio is always \\oleomoto Council
Ulntl's , was greeting his friends hcio vo -
torday.
O. 11. Converse , an attorney of Oak-
hind , is in the city attending court.
diet Lawson , of the po tollico force , is
on the sick list.
lC. . Flii'kinger of Ogallala was hero
yesterday on Ins return irom a visit to liK
old homo in Independence , Iowa , stop
ping over hero to boo his hrothuo , the at
torneys , _
800,000 brick for sale , ( J. Straub , Conn-
' cil Whim. , Iowa.
Harmony chapter No. 5 , O. T S , , will
moot in | < > gnlar session this ( Thursday )
evening at 7 t 0 o'clooK. Ueirc.shments
will be solved at the ttlo > o of the business
meeting .md a gonor.il good time is ex
pected. A lull uitumhuiuo is mineted ,
JJy order pf the W. M.
CAUKIK HUNTINOTON , Secretary ,
BOUND IN CALF AND GOLD ,
The New Vblumo of Oily Ordiimcw Being
Inspected anil Criticised.
BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENTS.
Xrndo Topics Crncketl Chinaman
Icnil Drunk Ordinance Charity
Concert Tnlkinjj Temperance
to a Cold Water Town.
Tlie $ 1,500 Rook.
The recently published volume of city
ordinances is still being inspected , the
council not having decided what to do
about paying the bill , which amounts to
o\er § 1,500. Tlio mayor , who does not
have any love for the Globe , which did
the priming , nor for Colonel Kcatlcy ,
who did tlio compiling , has had a printer
at work reading every page of tlio book
for errors. Thus far a goodly number of
typographical errors have been found ,
but not more , perhaps , than would natu
rally occur in publishing a book of this
size. Tlio most complaint found is that
there has been an app.iront disposition
to make us much "fat" as possible. The
contract was to furnish JiOO books at $1.00
a page , so that the number of pages has
a good deal to do in settling the amount
ofinonoy to be got out of It. There are
neailyTOO pages , so Una the etui of the
piinting bill is over $1 , WO. There tire
thirty or more pages on which there is
not a line of printed matter. These will
servo as convenient for makjng a memo
randa , pel haps , and there is not much
complaint made about these. The last
compilation of the city ordinances , in
cluding the publication of the city char
ter ami other matters , made a volume of
about 150 pages , so that the picscnt one
is fully ! 2r > 0 pages larger. At this rate of
enlargement the city oidinances , by the
opening of a now century , will form a
piettygood si/.ed library.
The chief complaint about the book
seems the work of the compiler. There
are oidinances printed in the volume
which have been repealed. For instance ,
there is an ordinance providing for a city
jailer and defining his duties. Then there
is printed another ordinance , a later one ,
repealing the first and providing for two
jailers. Still further on in the book ap
pears this latter ordinance , again given
in full. Thoio are two or more ordinances
in regard to water works , which are said
to bo dead and of no earthly account , or
heavenly cither , which are published in
full , taking much space , for which the
city has to pay and which lumber up the
volume. Whctc ordinances have been
passed amending sonie other ordinance ,
the original is published , and then the
amendatory ordinances , instead of pub
lishing tlio ordinance as amended and
noting tlio amendments by putting the
words in italics and noting tlio date of
amendment in a side note. Tlio publish
ing of all those ordinances in this way
makes a fat book for tlio printers , but
makes an unwieldy and inconvenient one
for reference. The index is also criti
cised as being quite bungling and mis
leading.
Colonel Keatloy was to bo paid $500for
his work. This makes the work cost the
city over if 1,500 tor the 500 volumes , or
owr ? l > a volume. The committee are
examining into the matter closely to see
wlicthcr tlio work is accenting to con
tract. It is quite likely that the present
council will put oft the settlement of the
bill till after election , so that tlio now
council may have tc shoulder the respon
sibility , and the amount will not be
counted in to thisyear'scity expenditures.
There has been so much legislation by
the council the past few jears , and so
much tinkering of ordinances , that the
work of getting the city law in intelli
gent , convenient shape was a difiicult
one , but so long as the city was to expend
any such large amount for this purpose ,
it should see to it that the need is met.
Substantial abstracts of title and real
estate loans. J. W. toK. L. Squire , 101
Pearl street , Council Hlull's.
In Social Circles.
At tlio residence of John T. Oliver , No.
331 Park avenue , on Tuesday evening ,
Miss Maud Oliver entertained very ele
gantly about thirty of her Iriends. The
amusements of the evening wero.dancing
and card playing. The Misses Anna ami
Harbar.i Merkcl , Nettie Gernor , Ida Tos-
tovin and Blanche Oliver rendered vocal
selections , much to the delight of the
guests. Refreshments were served at 11
o'clock. Among the guests present were
the Misses Anna Merkol , Barbara Mcr-
kol , Lu Tostovin , Ida Tostovin , Kitty
Conover , Anna Bowman , Lotta Fornian ,
May Forman , Clara BOCK , Katie Gerner ,
Ida Myers , Nettie ( tcrnt-r , Clara Myers ,
Messrs. Walsh and Holsheimer of Omaha ,
Frank Miller , Ed Bowman , Osc.ir Keo-
line , John I'tisoy. Perry UadoloUo , Walter
Smiili , W. II. Wakoliold , Joseph Smith ,
Charles Morse , W. II. Sinn-radon. W. W.
Sheiman. H. M. Mullis , F. M. Hunter , M.
L. Jacquermin.
There was a brilliant social gathering
at tlio elegant residence of General Dodge
Tuesday evening , it being a tea and an
evening reception given by Mrs. 11 J.
Montgomery , assisted by Miss Nellie
Chapman. The attractiveness of the lux
urious homo was made still greater by
special decorations , while taste and hos
pitality cliar.icteri7.ed every detail of the
ariangomonts for the entertainment of
the guests. At 0 o'clock thoru was an
elegant tea party , at which the following
ladies were present ; The Misses Wad-
Jeigh of Clinton , Miss Gage of Lyons ,
Miss Stone of Madison , \vio. , and the
Misses Haas , Jones , Iliolu'l'dson. ' Stewart ,
Larimer , Gilboit , Brown and Bebbington ,
As tlio guests lett tlio dining room each
was preionlcd with a handsome favor ,
liand-p.iintcd , of unique and aitlstio do-
sign.
At 8 o'clock the evening guests ar
rived , and dancing commenced about ! )
o'cloek , and was continued until a late
hour. Thu in unfiig entertainment was
highly enjoyable , also , ami among tha
guests wine : Mr , and Mrs. Kimb.ill , Mr.
and Mrs. Kvcrett , Mr. ami Mrs Brown ,
Mr. and Airs. Pu oy , Mr. and Mrs. Bald
win , Mr. and Mis. Klwol ) , Miss Hello
Hatcher , Miss Sue Badolett , Ml-s Molllo
llico , Mc-srs. Woodbury , It van , Morritt ,
AtKins , Bowman. Hart , Huns , Hvnim ,
S.ipp , Stewart and Brown ,
.Mules fai' Hale.
1 liavii for sale thirty-six head of fine
mules , running from fifteen ami ono-half
to seventeen bands high.
MAsox Wisi ; ,
TalkH About Trade.
"What are the business prospects in
Nobriska for the coming bottson. Mr.
Thompson , " said a Br.i : representative to
G. W. Thompson of tlio firm of Van
Brunt , Thompson Co. , in that firm's
ollice yesterday , "I understand you
have been over a largo portion of that
state since your absence ? "
.Mr. Thompson replied ; "I think sho'll
cairy oil'tho p.ilm. I believe everybody
selling goods in .Nebraska this season will
do well , trade , tlicie will bo morn satis
factory than iii almost any other state in
the union. K\ery indication points in
favor of a fmo trade. "
The UKK man then met II. 11. Van
Brunt , the senior member of the same
linn , who returned yesterday morning
from a buainosa trip east. In reply to
the business outlook and fooling where
ho had been he said : "Things are
might } quiet. The prospects east for
business this summer are very poor.
They hope for business to pick up but
can't see whore it is to comu from , but I
guess trade through Iowa and Nebraska
it ill bo quite bri k before long ; indica
tions out here are favorable. "
Jusl before leaving the ofllec A. A.
Parsons was spied by the IJr.n man tylio
received his opinion In the following
orcls : "I've only made a short trip
West lately > " . 'ul don't know hardly what
the outlook ) ? , but o < j thing certain ,
business since January 1st lift ? uocu very
dull , owing to the fact that produce
could not move on aoccunt of Iho snow.
Prospects are fair and 1 think fully ns
good , if not better than they been for
Eovor.il years.
For first class Missouri wood call on
Gleason , at Ids coal olllcc , 20 Pearl street.
Craclcoil China.
At the transfer yesterday a crazy
Chinaman caused quito a little excite
ment. Ho ( list snatched the cap oil'tho
head of a C. , H. & Q. conductor , and as
ho demolished that Ollicor McMillan
tried to stop him. Ho quickly tore the
golden star from the breast of llic gallant
officer , and was getting a\\ay with the
gold watohchaln of a bystander when ho
was overpowered. Ollleer Smulloii
brought him up to the police station ,
whuro ho was registered as "Leo John
lu , Choynemanii. " It was dillletilt to
determine whether ho was era/.y or wild
from drink or opium , but the physician
called in to attend to him was of the
opinion that opium or drink had nothing
to do with his actions , but he was straight
era/.y. A fellow country man who resides
hero was called in also , but could learn
little from him in regard to where ho
came from or whither he was going.
The Charity Concert.
The committee started out yesterday to
sail the tickets for the charity conceit
Saturday evening , and met with ex
traordinary succc-s. The gentlemen
having the matter in charge are devoting
much time and labor , and ( ho business
portion of the city will bo thoroughly
canvassed by them The tickets are only
50 cents each and everybody almost can
aflbrd at least ono. Tlio follow ing ladies
and gentlemen , all homo talent , will take
part : Misses Anna ami U.irb.ira Morkol ,
tlio Missus Gernor , Miss Ida. Tostovin ,
Miss Fanny Westcott , Mrs. J. KolV , Miss
Katie Edingar , and Messrs I. M.Troynor.
W. II Troynor. 1) . Stubbs , F. Stubln. J.
KolV , D. KoIV , F. H.idollct and Prof. D.ilby.
A Cotil Water Town.
SIIKXAXDOVU , Iowa , Feb. 10. Your
eoriesponilcnt had the pleasure of listen
ing to u very interesting lecture hero by
Mrs. J. Kllen Footer. A l.irgc audience
of tlio best citi/ens of Shenaudo.ib gath
ered in the opera house to hear her speak
on the temperance question. Thoie was
loss need , perhaps , for such a lecture
hero th.in m many places. Very little
whisky is sold hero , and no saloons aio
allowed to run. For all this it is a lively
business place , with a good , intelligent
class of business men. There nu > two
good hotels , of which the Hlodgett house
takes tl.c lead , Father Ulodgett being u
great favorite with the boys. Tlio Uiu : is
the fa\orito daily hero , and is being read
by more people than any other.
HOW SOME RICH MEN BATHE.
Thn lintli-ltoonis of the Vnmlcrbllts ,
3fr. Mnriuanil ] , Mr. Garret t
anil Others.
New York Star : The millionaire's bath
room marks the age. Nothing so gi\es
the sign of the material prosperity ot the
country , thogiowtli of luxury , the indul
gence "of the SOIIM ) . lu the p.ist low
j ears there have been placed in private
icsidcnccs a hiilf-doson b.ith-rooms that
are veritably palatial. In fact , the prevailing -
vailing style of the bath-room of the
money king has been suggested from
those of royal palaces , and paiticiilaily
from the famous ono placed by Fran
cis 1. in the chcatcau of Chcnonccauv on
the Cher.
The chateau of Chenonccaux is now
the homo of M. Daniel Wilson , the son-
in-law of President Grow , and the bath
room still remains one of the features of
the interior. The walls arc covered with
small hoveled mirrois , scarcely larger
than a span , liutwecn theo panels runs
n slender line of gold , and at the inter
sections hang metal drops like tears , and
just long enough to bo reflected in the
{ 'lass. The cllect is most limpid and bril
liant , and the panels aio so small that the
purposes of a mirror are skillfully frus
trated. The b.ilh is of solid silver , with
Iho water issuing from swan's heads ,
which , with a mirror behind , produces
the illusion of swans on tlio.surface of the
water. All the other appointments arc in
keeping with this magnificence , oven to
an ante-room , where repose can be found
with cigars alter the b.itli.
The famous b.ith-room in the palace of
Fontainobleau was modeled after the
Chononceaiix b.vlh by Louis XVI for his
Queen , Marie Antoinette. Tlio bath , it
will bo remembered , is an alcove of the
ante-room , and is just lanro enough for
ils purposes The walls are paneled in
largo mirrors of beveled glass , and on
these are painted enpids with garlands of
luce , above , around , about , and each as
if about to leap from the air to earth.
This brings us directly to the present.
The Lite Mr. W. H. Vaudorbilt's bath
room is paneled in mirrors , but otcr
these is painted a delicate laco-liko d-
sign that is exquisite in efloel , and de
stroys the power ot the glass for rolli-c-
tion. Its magnificence , however , is ex
ceeded by the bath-room ot Ins son , Mr.
W. K. Vtindei bill. The walls hero are
p.uieh'd wiih mirrors , and on these are
painted applo-blos > onis , but by no means
so thickly as lo obscure Iho glass. The
ceiling is in Henry 11. panels of white
and gold , witli horses in the center The
bath is a solid block of marble , and the
water issues from swans' heads , as in
that of the chateau of Chononecaux.
Above the bath is a niche with a marble
Venus prepared for Iho bath. There is a
Pompoiian table of marble , handsomely
carved , and a toilet adjoining of Kcaillon
marblo.
Mr. Henry Marquand has modnled his
bath after the luxurious room in Jeronio
Honaparto's siipoib bouse in Paris. In
this the bath is sunk , Pompoiian fashion ,
in tlio lloor , and above in the coiling is
n beautiful summer sky , Mr. Marquand
lias had his walls wainscoted with oreani-
colored tile.- , . Above thcso is u painted
fric/o , rcprcacnling flowers springing
from a hodgo-row ; the arch of the ceiling
springs from this frle/o. This is given
tlio .semblance of the sky , across which
bhds aio skimming , The marble bath is
sunk several feet in the lloor , and is
leached by a descent of several steps.
It is said that , exclusive of ilio artist'
work , Mr. Marquand's bath-room cosi
11.000
Works of art are considered nowhere
more npproprialo Ihan in the bath-room
when tfioir subjects are signilic.int. In
that of the late Air. Charles J. Osborno ,
at Mamaroncck , there la a largo tramo
overlooking the bath by Mr. George
Maynard. The subject is inevitably
venus with loves at a fountain , The
figures are life li/.o in limogcs tiles fired
by the volkmar process. Tlio walls
otherwise are lined and ceiled with white
enamel tiles , with a spotless poicclain-
lined b.Uh.
The last of the now and notable bath
rooms is for Mr. Uoboit Garrett's now
llaltimoro houso. This is distinguished
not only bo the beauty of its decoration
but by its process. The coiling is by Mr ,
George Maynard , nnd represents a
lattice on which morning-glories Uviuo.
This design is painted on maiblo by
means of an overlaying composition ,
and on being tired tlio medium molts
awavand the color , sinking in , becomes
incorporated t\ith the marble , This
endolithlc process , as it i called , is now ,
and its results in the soft radiance of
tlio lilcmlud color nntl niftrblc M $ sn0 \ {
bo very rtno. I'ho ( Icslffii is in rniUntinc
sections , \\lncli make room for small
octngoiinl nnnclssliioh .ll'O to bo mir
rors , on wlnuli cnjiitls nro painted.
The bath-room of Mr3. ; So\\ard Webb's
hon o is lik > ? n cavp of white marble.
Wulh , colling and bhthtiro all of marble ,
anil tlio oily varintions of tint Is in tlio sil-
ycr lixtnro1 ? ,
The bath-rooms in the billinrd-hotiso
are conceived in n , diU'oront way. To
each chamber is attached n large , lofty
bath room , with mosaic lloors , walld lined
with white cnamor tilt's , porcelain lined
bath and marble toilet , and instead of
works of art , the diHingiiishinz feature
Is the exposure of njj Hie plumbing.
The Ptojier Use of Sunday.
"What is the proper use of Sunday ? "
asks a religions weekly. The answer is
so numerous that wo liiuen't space to
print it. The woman with a new bonnet
has one answer , tlio man who loves llsh-
ing has another\\hilo the owner of a pair
of fast horses may differ from both. The
basQ-balllfil seems to think that the prop
er lite of Sunday in the west is to play a
match game for the championship , but in
the cast ho devotes tlio day to explain how
the last four g.imes lost by his nine
might have been won. There is nothing
so diverse as the diversity of opinion in
regard to tlio pioper nso of Sunday.
Man's AVork Is Done.
"What ? Women overworked ? I'ttdgcl
Think of the men I"
"Ah , but yon know the old spying ,
'Woman's work is never done.1"
" 1 know it , and that's the icason
she oughtn't to complain. Now , a man
has to do his work or lose his job. "
The One Siivlni ; Grace.
"Landlordaid a Wisconsin traveler ,
emerging from the dining-room after a
long and fruitless struggle to secure a
dinner "Landlord , there's ono thing you
have heio that's as good as the I'.ilmor
hotife , Chicago. " "I am very glad to
please you sir. What is it ? " "Tho
still. "
i *
Developing His Muscle.
'Arry " 1 .say , ol' cluppio. I've ' been
welling tenpins. Kvcr twy it ? Jolly
good exorcise , doti'l 50 know ? "
Algy "No , tlo.ir boy ; but I've welled
cig.irwoltos lor exercise fwequonlly ;
yaas. "
I'll VNK Nur.i.v , Piixt. Gto.W.H vuni.v , Sec.
( huoiporatcd , 1SS1) )
EOUITABLE MUTUAL
Life and Endowment Sssociation
OF WATERLOO , IOWA.
WESTERN DEPT , , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
OPI'ICR IN IlKNO'S HLTILUIXU.
Hooins Xo < . 12 and U.
$2,500 in case oi' Death.
$1,000 Eiulowmcnb at the cud of ten
years. J
Average cost for yeavof assessment ,
first three years of orffi'ui/.ation , 15 to
30 years , ffi.G7 ; M to 50'years ' , $10.
Cnculm and Information on application.
WBI. RANDALL ,
Si p-Miltnmloiit | \truntics. .
C ® At'cnts Wanted. '
ino . oi FICER. vr. n. M. PUSEV .
Q3PFIGHH. & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Established lb8J.
ONION TICKET OFFICE
JL. DeBEYOISE , Agent.
No. 507 Broadway , Council niutTs.
Railway Time Table ,
COUNCIL ULUFFS.
The following is the time of arrival anl
departure of ttalns by central standard time , nt
the local depots. Trains le.ivo tiansferd'jpot ton
minutes o.irllcr and atrlvo ten minutes Liter :
UK11ABT-CIIIOAflO 4 > 0miWKTKll.V.AUmV& ,
fl:2)A. : ) M Mall and Uxpicss Rrar. : .
l":40l' . M Accommodation 4SOi > . M.
CCOP. : M i\pu : ss U:05A. : M.
CII1CAI1O & ItOUK mL\M ) .
D.21A. M . . . .MallamlKvpiess : & ) . w.
7:15 : A. M Vccommodation Bin P.M.
bill ) P. U i\pros : BIOS A. M.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
0.20 A. M Mall and UYIIIOMJ U-Mr. M.
6-.MV.U K\piess yU"iA.M.
CII1C1RO. IIUIII.I.NOIOV i gUlNCV.
U:40\M : Mall and Kxpites : "iOi' .
b.aOp. M i\pios : j:0j :
WAIIV-H , sr. i.oi'isst iMcina
2:15P.M.Local : ft.Louis H\nicps Ix > cal
aUp.M.Timi ) fer8t. Louislv.Tuinsfcr.-K ; ! : ) p.i
KA < b CI1V. S-T. Jli : & COUNCIL lIMIfKS
10:10 : A. M Mall and lUpic'-b. . . , fn'jOp. v.
P.bSP. M . H\PICSM 0-3A. : V.
SIOUX CITV & I'ACII 1C ,
7:1GA.M : . .Slonv City Mall f-Mp. M.
b.0i'.ii. : . . . ht. 1'aul I vpicss 8:25A.u. :
UMON PlG.it 1C.
JOfA.M : : Donxi-i Uxpii s . . , M" P. M.
2ia : p. M. .Lincoln PIIFS , Om. .V II. V. .2lri : ( v. M.
7iMi % U > oriiiii ! Kxprcts 8:15 : A.M.
DUMMY TIHI.NHTO UUMIA.
Lca > o Council Illuaa 7n)5-JiiW ) 'J.0-10nD ! :
11:30 : a , m. ; 1JO : 2 : .
11:15 : p. in. Simil iys-7 0 > 'i Jj U : . n. mi
U.JJ X.W 0:23 : < i0 : ! 11:4" : ) p.m. Lento Oiiiuhn
-0Ji-7:3 : : : -8-10:00-U:00 : : a. in : 1W-SUO- : :
00-1:0) : . : OJ : lK-lltn : p. m. Sunilnjs-iitU
6'J-11J ' ) n. m.a:00 : : J:03-S.0o-O.0j-U:10j.m : :
KIEL SALE STABLES !
pjca
caP
P * S-
ct
ctpa
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53
11 m.os mi t Millus kept constantly on hand ,
fortn'cat ' 11 tall or In cm-Ion IH.
Oiduis piomdtlv Illlo I by contract on shoit
notleu. blocu Mi'd on commission.
SHLIirKlt & JIOLCV , l'roprtois. !
Stable Coiner Kilth A\otuio itndP'uuith St. ,
Council IthiUV , loua.
" " "
"B. BIOE , M. D.
PINTERS or other tuniira , rcmoM < d without
UfllllitillO 11,0 , itnlfo or dtawingor niood.
CHRONIC DISEASES or aiHund , , a 8PeCiaitr.
Ovci thirty j cats' iirict.oal oxpoilonsj.
No. 111'carl Sueot , COHIK 11 HluUs.
( VCONbUUTAHON I'ltHH
A.C.IluiiMUM.l'ies. L.W. Titu ) : , Vlco-1'rcs.
X. lliiowNj Cashier.
Council Bluffs National Bank
102 MAIN STREET ,
Onpltnl $100,000
Authorized Capital 350,000
Stockholders Represent , , . . 1,000,000
Do a t'onciul bankltnbusiness. .
Accounts of banks , banker ? , merchants , man-
ufuclurcra unJ laJh Uuuls ru.-elve > l on fa\ora-
bio terms.
Domebtlo and lorelifii exchangu.
The very best of attention fhen to all busl-
uctb commit ted toourcaro.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBiMG
Z3OT7S333 : CCE *
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DEERE , WELLS fc CO. ,
"Wholesale
Agricultural Implements , Buggies ,
CmrlicfO" , Etc , Ktc. Council lllulTa , I own.
KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Corn Shelters , Stalk Gutters ,
Dlscllnrroxvff , Senders , Corn Plintors , Feed Cut
ters , Ktc. Tnetory , Hock I'nlts , Ills.
Nos. 1K01 , 1551 , 1505 , 1507 Mixln St. , Council lIlutTs.
MnaarrsnnJJob'iers of
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
Cnrrlnffp' , niul nil kin Is of 1'arm Mnolilmiy.
11UO to Ilia South Mnln Stroat , Council mutts ,
Tovrn.
AXH llAXttr.KS.
] \ O. Qt.KisoN , T. lI.Doi'ntOno.r. . WIIUIUT.
1'rcsATrcns. V.-t'rcs A.Mnn. See &Counscl.
Council Bluffs Handle Factory ,
( Incorporated. )
StnnufnctuicM of Axle , 1'kk , Slodjro nrul Smnll
Handles , of o\ try description.
CAWHTS.
COUNCIL HLUliTS CAUPET CO. ,
Curtains Window Shades
Carpets , , ,
Oil Cloths , Curt-Jin natures , UphoUtcry ( iooJs ,
iio. : Xo. 405 llron-lnny Council IllulTs ,
Io\ui.
Clll.lttS , TOUAVCO , 11TC.
1'EUKGOy & MOOKE ,
Wholesale Jobbers la thu
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
N'os.S Miiln nnd 27 1'riul Sts. , Council Ittutts ,
low n.
coj/.urss/oy.
SNYDKR & LEAMAN ,
Wholcsa'o
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. lll'uarl Ft. , Council Illulls.
McCLUKG CllACKEU CO. ,
Miinulucf.ncM of
Fine Crackers , Biscuits and Cakes ,
Coimcft Ulitffe , Imea ,
MAUKKK & CRAIG ,
Importers S Jobbers of Crocierj.Glasswaw .
Lamps , rmlt .Tins , Cutloiy , Ptonownrc , Ilnr
tioodj , 1'micy UooiK r.ic. Council HI nils ,
lown.
HAllLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Dingjlsts' Sumlilcs , l'.ts. No. 83 Mnln St , mid
No. 21 1'ciulSt. , Council Ihiills.
mtr GOODS.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods ,
Notions. itu. : Noa. uu , U1 ( ] m M , , | , , pt. , No * . Ill )
and ll'i Pourl St , Council HlulU , limn.
O. W. UUTTS ,
Wholesale California Fruits a Specialty.
General Commi'-s'o i. No. 54J Jlioiuhuij ,
Council lllnlla.
WHIT & DUQUETTE ,
AVIiolcsillo
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nns. 10 and 181'cail St. , Council DlunV.
n HOCK a IKS.
GUONEWEG & SC11OENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
NOB. 117 , 113 nnd I'M , Main St. , Council Uluffs ,
loun.
L. K1RSCIIT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dcnlots. No. 410 Hrond-
way , Cquncll lllnlfs.
p. c. me VOL ,
Wholesale
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
Icfrlgcrntoi3. ! etc. No * . 501 Iliondwny , and 10
Main Ml cut , Council JtltinX
HAKNESS , KTC.
HECKMAN cc CO. ,
Mnnurhctuicis of and Wholesale Dealers In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. fir. Main Ft. , Council llluirs , lown.
11 ATS , CAl'S , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. ! M2 nnd 311 IIIonilnny , Council IllillTd.
1IKAVV HAHDWAllK.
KEKLINE & FELT ,
Wholojnlo
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council DlciIfH , Town.
nwr.K AND wooi *
D. II. McDANELl ) As CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , I'olts , nrfaeuund 1'uis. Council
I II u tie , lonn.
COUNCIL HLUFKS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealer * In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline
33TO. ,
S. 'rhtodoip , Agent , Council llluirs. loun ,
LUMIIIM , WMNfl , ll'M.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
And IHUtrP Material SnoL'Inltlr-d.Wholosnlo Ltun-
( or 01 nil Kinds , otileo No. 1JO Mnln St. ,
Council Illulls. lonn.
1TO7JS AND LIQUIDS.
JOHN UNDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors ,
Afcnt for St. Ciottliarrt'a HIT ! ) Hitters. No. la
Main St. , Council llluird.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
.Yo COO Mnln .St. , Couiicd Iln/e.
MEKGEN HOTEL ,
Main St. , Council UliiflTd.
NearthoC. , U. &Q.C. ; , M. & St. P. . and
C , , it. 1. it ] ' . rail \\iiv ilupots. Sticot carr )
pass the door. Kvcij thing now and lirat
class. Opened Dec , lfcl.
t
Proprietor and Manager.
N. BCHxras ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Express Com puny.
Z.T. LINDSEY&CO.
. . . ,
ARCTICS ,
RUBBER AND OIL CLOTHING ,
-AND
OOTJ3.
STOCK :
And Eastern Prices Duplicated. Write
for Prices.
Storehouse and Salesroom , 41 N. Main St , Ofllco 412 Broadway ,
Oomnoil
w. IP.
Brick u'jl'illnp ot nnv ) < tid inlrod or moved nnd satisfaction ( jtmrnntced. Tiaiiio houses
ouI.lttleGlauttrucks-tuc heat In the woilJ.
SOS Eighth Avenue and Eighth Street , Council Blufts.
SPECIAL NOTICES
NOTICU. Special advertisements , such as
LoBt.Found , To Lonn To- Sale , To Kent , Wnnti ,
lionrdlngetc. . , will bo Inserted In this column at
thclow rnto of TEN CKNT3 PElt LINK for the
Hist Insertion and VIVK CUNTS PUK LINE for
each BUbsoqucnt insortlon. Luuvo luh-oitls- )
mcntsnt our ollljo , No. U 1'oarl stiuct , near
llroiawny , Council llluirs.
WANTS.
A frond sober tinner. Cooper
McUcc , No. 41 Main fct , Council IlltilN.
FOICSAL.K 1'ropuity on cornur Pu.nl stieot
anil Sixth inunuu. Council Illulls , consisting :
ol tno&toty , iron roon-dbilckbulldliv ; airline
lIOllsoot' i\ rooms ; nil on lotK\ll. ! ) ) . Tor terms
upply to A. 11. McCluitf , on
FOK SALK-Scalcd bids will bo iojcl\ol by J
W. Hodolor up to Kobiunry , 18SO , on
eighty feet fiont , t o stoiy biick block. No * , ii.
24 , 'M and JiS Pearl sti cot , bctw een III otidwuy und
I'lietavenuy.
S \VAV WAI.ICKlt , No. M .Main stieot ,
( under Cltl/oa's U.uikl , ical os'uto nnn mer-
chaiidlsocyciian o brokcis. Our booUs aio full
ol npuclal ImiKHlns , but It Is linpo-siblo to pub
lish u toliablo llbt f 1 0111 tlio taut ol so many dully
changes. What \\u ask is : It you \uuit to tell
01 t ratio anjthliif , ' in our line , > \ rite us and wo
lll send jon u nllo of Imttrains to fcclcct from.
Lands Impiovo.l or unlinpiovc I , city or town
piopoity , blojlts ol ( foods ol any kind In uny
plate * . II such jo. i liavo or Niich you want lot us
hoar from j ou. Swan & WalKer , Council lllulfs
FA KM KOIl SALE At a Imrjn7ifir sold eoon.
KWucicj , O'J miles so ithwost of Oiniili u n
room hoiiso , excellent well unit cistern , a barns.
ono lor ulfflit hoises. onn lor - ) COIVB : hen , tool
nnd wairon hou SPS ; 10J acica In timothy : tj > , i )
loic t trees , cotton \\ood.lilualc walnut , as'.i and
innplo ; ( food oicliiud , npplos , chuiries , plums ,
Krapob nnd small finite. Never failln/ Block
wntor. It , l' . OiriCKU , K30 Ilrondnny , Council
Itlnlls , loun. _ _
THE GREGORY INCANDESCENT GAS LAMP
Tlio public mo Informed that a patent has
been allouol to Uoo , II , Gro oiy on his liu-
PIO\IM | frits lamps nnd nianufnclurcd bv IIB. Mr.
C. A Williams Is 0111 autlioil/u 1 atront lor Conn
ell llluirnnd Omaha. ' 1 lie pulilio aio c.iutloiifil
not to buy any ot HICBO pan lamps eu'opt
IhioiiKli Mr. Wlllliuns , us all otlicr-ioiriMed tor
Milomo lnliln enionls upon our lam ) ) . (1. II.
Km KII I > V Co. , .Miiiinfnc'tunii- Solo Wostci n
s , No. W Dual bon sticet , (
LAMPS and CROCKERY
AT
REDUCED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
No. 2U Miiiu Street. Council JJIulFH. hi ,
NOTI
TO THE PUBLIC AND OLD PATRONS.
I lmo hnucht u hat is kno n as the
COU.XCI L HLIT FFS 0 JIN I HUH , H A ( J 0 A 0 K
AND TRANSFER JjINHS
AndA. Illiflvomj pmsonal attention toialH n
inhiilo unIflencosforpi'i'Onjfiim anil ba iuu
lor all tialnn , Includlni ; dummy tialna.
Dlllcoat 1'aulo HOIIMI TolcMihonu H ) .
Tlmnklulloi past fa\or-i , I am rospu ( fully
jourj ,
H. BEOROFT.
Sni'ciisror to J.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in Stata anil Fcdowl Coiuti.
J'.ooins ' 7 and 8 , Kiuu'.ut Jiloc.k.
E. R. Oadwell ,
Real Estate , Probate
AND DIVORCE LAWYER.
No , 604 Broadway , : Council Bluffs
I' , T. Jl AVNK. A , 8. II T/I.I.TON.
P. T. Jir < iyne t > Co ,
Real Estate Exchange
No. ItOVoarl Street .Council Illnir , Iowa.
Dealers in JOH a , Kansas and Nebraska Land )
LOTS IN COUNCIL ULUFFS AND
OMAHA A SPECIALTY.
E
1 nlsh to respectfully call tlio attention ol in- I
Cn ? ' , ' , , tl'1 ° , l""u " ' Konpinl to i , 10 , . '
uilliom tlio old .
btiuid Nos. 7 and ! ) . Main t- . *
tomynovN and commodious quuilers ,
No , 226 Broadway ,
wi'Jh'n ' 1)0 lllolscJ ! , ' "fo" "U-iniiiij-filondA i
'
nil the 'oTy ° ' - ° ' "l'lcto nseoitiiiciito"-
LATEST Fabrics inSpringSTYLES
J. M. SMITH ,
Merchant Tailor
NO 226 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
ESSEX HOUSE ,
COIIXKH UnVANT AND VlNB SfS.
Opposlto City nuildln/s. Council Illulls.
Warm rooms nnd peed bon rd nt ien enable
Northwestern Hotel.
Newly litlcil and furnished. ( ) pj . Uioailwny
DiiiiiinjDejiot. . & 1..10 IIL-I il.iy.
SAMUi ; TATi : , J'lop.
L. H. UEIISIIAW ,
ONLY HOTEL
_ In Council Bluffs having
Fire EJsoa/p ©
And all nioacrn Iranrovomonts , call bells , llr
nlurm bolls , etc. , Ifitlio
CHEST ON HOUSE 1
No .2IO , 21 ? and 219 , Main Stieet ,
MAX MOIIN , 1'iopilotor.
Chicago Lumber Co.
Wholesale an J Kutall Lumber , L.itli ,
? ash , Doois anil minds. f.\o { \ iW'iils for the
relclnutod Minblolicnil Conc'entialcil Whlto
Lime. 8. 1' . M VCCOS.NLM , , Manayoi. j
Telephone Xo. 28.
No. 710 Main Muot , Cotinuil Illnlfs.
HUSSELL&Oo
Mnniifiiclnicrauf all sl/oaot
Automatic Engines
y Designed for Iliinnlu ?
MILLS , GRAIN KLKVATORS ,
AND ILICTRIU ; : LIGHTS ,
Tubular and Locomotive Jioilon.
Now Massillou Tlircshen.
Carey nndVootlbury \ Jlor-so POUCH.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC1.
Factory Massillon , 0. Branch If onto
510 Pearl St. , Council IJlufft.
SEND FOB 1080 ANNUAL.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
lUNL'KAUTDIIMl AM ) IIKU.HI IV
HAIR GOODS
'
No. 3S7 Broadway , Council Ululfu.
Jteal Kstato botiglir and sold. 'I