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G THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , T III JRS DAY , FEBRUARY 25 , 1886.
THE DAILY BEE.
THURSDAY MORNING , FEH. 25.
OI'FIOE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Delivered by cnrrlcr In nny part of the city at
In inly cents per week.
II. Vf , TILTO.V , - - Malinger.
IlCMSFMOrnrn , No. 43.
Niflirr llniTOit , No. si.
MIXOH MENTION ,
Now * fipritiK gooiNJit Roller's.
I'r.tnk .Stulibs lias bought out , tlio tailor
ing establishment of J. X. Casady.
The inaiqiinrado of the Itniiuriul club
will bo given this evening In Masonic
At tlm parlors of Kid's liotol Justice
Kfliiir/ married Joseph C. Tanner to
Airs. Annie ( trnell , bolii of Carbon ,
Conns and enjoy a pleasant"evening at
tlio "Hainbow" sociable at M. K. clinrcli
this evening. Oysters in ditl'orcnt stylus
and other refreshments will bo served.
'J'ho Irish societies arc preparing to
gtvo a dratnatiu entertainment on tin :
iTth of March , entitled "Uory O'Moore. "
the. proceeds of which are to go to the
James Howlctt was yesterday lined $10
for vagrancy. .John Moran and William
Morrow were lined for being drunk.
Thlt constituted all the business for the
A "Hainbow" sociable will bo held in
tlio At. K. church this evening. If yon
would hear excellent music by some ot
the best talent wu have Inthueilv , attend
Henry Oiborno Post ( J. A. H. wilj give
a grand masquerade ball at Masonic hall
on 1'riiluv evening , February J-'O. for tlio
bandit of their relief fund. This is a
worthy charity , and should bo liberally
, Nov.V. . T. Smith , presiding elder of
this diHtriot , will imM Sunday night do-
iiver in the Methodist church at Itlanch-
urd his turmoil on "Tlio 1'iblo Tested or
Tried , " which is .said to bo one of the
ablest productions of llii.s able divine.
Three of the candidates for city auditor
met in tlio city building yesterdav ,
Auditor Ilnrko , L. Kinnelian and A. J.
Drown. It , is paid that Drown will bo out
of the race. Auditor llnrko entertained
his two cutlers in as pleabant a manner
as though ho was not u candidate him-
The grand mnsquorado to 1)3 given Fri
day night by Henry Osborno post. G. A.
K. , jiromihes to bo largely attended , many
tickets being hod. ! An opportunity is
given the public not only to huvo a merry
evening , but to help a most worthy
cause , the proceeds of I ho ball to go to
the relief fund. All bhotild give hearty
tiipport to the enterprise.
Lawrence Kinnelian , who has been
nominated by the democrats as city audi
tor , is a mo-t worthy man to plaeo upon
tlio ticket as u recognition of tlio work-
ingmcn. Until ho was crippled and his
lite endangered by an accident , lie lias
been one of the hardest workers in the
city , and has always been a staunch and
intelligent advocate of the interests of
the laboring classes. lie is a man of
nioro than ordinary ability and is a most
trusty man every way.
It seems lo be pretty well settled that
if the republican convention to-day does
not imlor.se the nomination of Col.
Chapman ho will withdraw from the
race. 11 tlio republicans make a wise
choice for mayor , and .succeed in getting
n good man who will accept , there is an
excellent show for their success. The
needs of the city now rise above the
needs of any party in the minds of many ,
and there ' ; ; ; ! ; 'j ' ; ; jt' ; ; iiy ' . 'endont voting
ing tills year than over before.
A number of tlio friends of George S.
Miller are urging his name for civil engin
eer of tlio city. Ho has been in the engin
eer's ofllce for two years , and it is claimed
that ho is thoroughly familiar with every
detail , lias plans , instruments , and all
necessary information , apparatus and
ability for performing the duties of the
ollico. Ho is a quiet man , attending to
his own business , and his character is
said to bo above reproach. An effort
will bo made to get tlio republicans to
nominate him , and it is claimed that
many democrats will give him their votes
if lie will run.
The , mayor has some more billsfor ] |
oflicc attendance , fuel , rent , postage ,
etc. , which ho would like to have the
council pay. Ho induced them some
time ngo to pay him a goodly amount
for fiicn incidentals , tlio bill ncing al
lowed at tlio dead of night , when none
but aldermen were present. Inquiry of
tlio auditor reveals the fact that those
now bills , like the old , are not tiled with
him , a.s required by tlio rules. If the
mayor has square claims against the
city why does ho not comply with the
rnfcH , lilo his bills one day before the
regular council meeting and have them
como up in order and openly t
A Dow City constable has had an ex
perience in the Dlnll's which convinces
him that it is not safe to trust too much
to humanity. Ho came here after two
rnau and some mortgaged horses , and got
his men and tlio property all right. The
claim was that the men had run the prop
erty oil' without settling somn bills for
feed , etc. When nabbed hero the men
talked settle , and negotiations were pend
ing. Those worn to como to an end in
the morning , but when the morning came
the two men ami the hor.ses iiad liown the
town. The constable wandered about the
streets vc.sterday looking rather di&con-
Tlio mayor does not scorn to bo in any
hurry to act upon the report of the coun
cil committee which has found his chief
of police , his captain of polic-o , ami one of
his ollluiirs guilty of indiscretions of
rather u serious nature. It was supposed
that ho would , in view of Mich a report ,
suspend tlio ollicer.s until ho could inves
tigate inrthor , or else rest content with
tlio lindingof the committee and punish
tlio oll'endei\s. Spring election has a very
enervating ofl'ooton "Iho little mayor of
my city , " In some respoots at least. If
these men are guilty , as the committee
says they are , they nhoiild not bo on the
force. If the committee is in tlio wrong ,
there uliould be no delay in removing the
dark cloud which now rests over thum ,
For llrst ehu-s Missouri wood call on
Gloasou , at his coal ollioo , 20 Pearl street.
The Dm : has been shown some private
letters from tlio western part of Wyoming
and obtained other reliable information
very encouraging to those having cattle
interests thcie , ami consequently gladden
ing to many others here , the business
prosperity of this city and Omaha being
closely linked with these enterprises.
Letters , dated the Sid , from western Wyo
ming state that the weather remains line
anil , as one describes it , "it seems morn
like May than J-Vbrnary , and has for ten
days pa1- ! . " Cattle are in good .shape ,
fat and well. The loss in Wyoming will
> iot exceed onu nor cent , nnd in many
places the loss has not boon over one-
fourth of one per cent. Such informa
tion , gathered from reliable persons on
tlm grounds , is gratifying news indued to
those directly intoiosiod.and to the many
others who are indirectly , but 1,0 less
truly , interested.
Substantial ubitract ; of title and real
estate loans. J. W , tcK. L..Siuro ( ! , 101
Pearl street , Council ItUitls.
800,000 brick' fov sale , O. Sinuib , Coun
cil JlluJiV , Iowa.
BAGGING TWO BAD BURGLARS
They Steal Tools From a Judge With Which
to Make the Gmck.
THE SENSATIONAL YORK CASE.
The Ijlttlo Mnyor Forced to Hun A
llnoi * Thirty \cnrs Old The Cat-
tlcmcn Ilccclvo Unoil News-
City Politics WnxlngVnrni. .
A Ilntl Ilrcnlc.
Vestcrday morning it had been di cov-
cred that during tlio previous night an
attempt had been made to burglarize the
grocery store of Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
No ill ! ) Droadway. Several holes had
boon bored through a panel of the roar
door with the evident intention of cutting
out enough to permit of reaching through
and slipping the two bolts , one above and
one below. The fellows had apparently
been frightened away before they had an
opportunity of finishing the job. Suspi
cion fell upon a young man named Wil
liam Hodgson , who had hung around tlio
store more or loss all winter , and who had
opportunities of acquainting himself with
the situation. Ollicer O'Hrien was given
tile benefit of these suspicions , and soon
had the young fellow in tow. Young
Hodgson linally admitted to O'Hrien
that ho was concerned in the afl'air. It
appeared from what could thus bo
learned that an older man , named William
Cole , was also concerned , and both were
put behind the bars. Young Hodgson
claims that Cole planned Iho job , tlio
purpose being to enable them to lake a
trip west. Cole is u married man , ami
his child being taken sick , ho had to go
liome , and this caused them to deliberate
about ; putting oil'the job fora night or
.so , but linally it was decided that Hodg
son should try it alone , and Cole prom
ised to meet him in the morning.
itoth were brought before Judge Ayles-
worth yesterday afternoon. Hodgson
seemed read.y to give up everything , but
the judge did not deem it proper to inter
rogate him , until he had been better in
formed as to Ins rights. Cole laughed nt
tlio idea of Ills being charged with any
such crime , and said he knew nothing
about it. The ease will bo brought up
One of tlio funny features of the case is
that the holes wore bored with a brack
and bit belonging to the judge himself.
The tools were taken from Judge Ayles-
worth's barn , and wore later in the night
returned there. Young Hodgson says
that Cole furnished him with a glasscutter -
tor , lo use in the job. Young Hodgson
chanced to know where to help himself
to tlio bit and bruce because his father
had been sleeping in Judge Alye&worth's
barn and the young man had been there
alio. The elder Hodgson has been
around the city buildings a , good deal
this winter , making lires , etc. , and lias
been in n bankrupt condition. Jn the
kindness of l.is heart the judge had been
furnishing the old man food , anil almost
wintering him. The younger Hodgson
lias also hung around tlio city building _ n
good deal , but for n time was at work in
11 packing-house , where lie claims to have
first met Colo. According to liis version
. . . . .
\ % * w * * -w. > V * Cllt ) lftt/f.1 % , M * *
would have been into it had not the sick-
ness of his child prevented.
Money to loan by Forrest Smith.
The Woman's Side.
The case of York vs York continued to
occupy the attention of tlio circuit court
. As statcil - the
yesterday. j-estorday contest -
test is over alimony claimed by the wife ,
who has secured a divorce from Her bus-
jund. The husband gave some sensa
tional testimony Tuesday , as to a preach
er , Henry Do Long , coming-to tlio house
so frequently as to arouse his jealousy ,
and claimed that le Long had slept in
Lhe same room as his wife , occupying a
lounge , while liis wife occupied tlio bed.
The husband slept in another room.
Other acts were testilied to bv tlio hus
band which tended to injure botli the fair
name of bis wife , and to arouse suspi
cions in regard to the purity ot Do Long's '
friendship. Yesterday Mrs. York was on
tlio stand , and she testified to an alto
gether different state of all'airs , while
other circiTmstanccs were explained in
such a way as to relieve her from the un
pleasant inferences dr.iwn from them. She
claimed that Do Long's daughter made her
homo with them'a good deal of Hie time ,
and was sick there for a long time. This
fact caused tlio father to visit there more
frequently than he would otherwise have
done. Mrs. York was also an intimalo
friend of the DcLong family , and there
was no occasion for such talk. The house
was a small one , and had limited sleeping
accommodations , and the family had to
arrange dillerontiy from what they might
otherwise have done.
Mrs. York also gave her version of some
of tlio family rows , which the husband
had described from his point of observa
tion. She naturally dillurort from him in
homo respects , and told several instances
in which lie had hit her and abused her.
The cu'.o is dragging rather slowly along ,
but will probably como to an end to-day.
Host coal and wood in the city at Ulea-
son's , 20 Pearl street.
Forced to Hun.
The little mayor can hardly bo censured
for running for the position again. In
conversation with : v little knot of citizens
tlio other evening hd said : "I don't sec
why it is that they are so determined on
making me run whether I want to or not.
They are forcing mo to run. They insist
on my running , and I guess I'll ' have to
consent to do so , I told them I did not
want the nomination , and thai I didn't
want to run , but that if they nominated
Hob Peroival J .should be forced to run
independent , They wont right oil' and
nominated Hob Porcival. Now I'll have
to run. "
It is understood that just ns soon as the
llttlo mayor can arrange matters so ns to
got his handbills out , which will probablv
bo to-morrow , ho will announce himself
as a candidate for ru-election and will
nominate a ticket of his own. Just who
will have places on this ticket is not fully
decided upon. Perhaps a connnitteo will
ho unpointed , ns oncn before , to interflow
ambitious gentlemen and see how badly
tuoy want to bo on | ii.ticket. . Unless
there are different arrangements brought
about by some new pressure it seems
probable that \V , A , Mynstor will bo
placed on the ticket for judge of tlio
superior court , J. J , I'rainoy for city at-
tumor , and some smaller olllcos dealt out
to ( ialvin. while the murhul hin will go
to Tom Skinner. Sticii is the talk.
A fltnnooat Kind-son ,
EMP.USON , Fob. 23. Your correspondent
had the pleasure of visiting Emerson for
the first time the other day , and
found a town fully as live as tlio reputa
tion of that place caused him to expect.
Hero are seven or eight hundred people ,
wide awake , sterling , intelligent and evi
dently prosperous. Tlio church buildings
and school houses &pak well for iho
town , while ) hiiaiiu.ss ) ot ail sorts is repre
sented hero by excellent nun. Ouorgu
Nowiand , manager of Taylor's elevator ,
and S , M. Lyon do tlio grain , business of
the country surrounding here and arc
now handling largo amounts nt gdotl
prices. Dr J D. Aloorc , who is in the
drug business , is finding that ho has
struck it rich in his "Tree of Life. " a
medicine of his own preparing , which is
coming into general ue and proving a
great remedy. J. W. Wcluton is doing a
grocery and Hour business which is won
derfully extensive fora place of this size.
H. F. Talnmdge is busy in his pork pack
ing and live stock shipping and is one of
the live men of this place. The lumber
business h well handled by H. M. Good.
N. Wil ou is the popular tonsorial artist
nnd his shop is certainly an oxccllcnt
one. Air. Krwin , Mr. Oaks nnd Mr.
Kvans are prominent farmers and slock
feeders hero , Air. Kvnn * alone feeding
800 head of cattle. C. H. Weible , Iho
agent of tlio "Q" here , seems to be the
right man for tlio place. C. C.
The republicans hold their caucuses
liwt evening to select delegates for the
city convention to bo licl.l tills afternoon ,
mul in the first and second wards to
nominate aldermen. The following was
the result :
First Ward Lewis Hammer was nom
inated for aldermen by acclamation.
The delegates aroN. C. Drown , I ) . Keller ,
C.K.Taylor , Fred. Davis , K J. Abott.
W. AleSadden. The delegates were in
structed to support J. W. Chapman for
Second Ward C. S. Hnbbard was
nominated for alderman. The delegates
are F. A. Sackel. C. S. Hubbardf. . C.
Untlmnk , E. W. Dnrnlmm , Win. llopcr ,
1) . Al Council , C. 1C. Hesse , H. C. Barnes ,
J. II. Pace.
Third ward John Dennett , William
Arndt , W. F. Sap ) ) , jr. , H. P. Warren ,
George F Smith , L. Dreidenstein , S.
The delegates were instructed to vote
for John Limit as city attorney.
Fourth Ward K. L Shugart. L. Ever
ett , George Wooliver , / . T. Lmdsoy , K.
K. Fonda , O. M. Drown , N. 1) . Lawrence ,
John Gilbert , John Green , John Aieryen ,
llarkncss Dros. have just received a
consignment of Hamburg edges and
Swiss embroideries , which arc ollurcd at
unusually low prices.
J. K. Smith , of Columbus , Neb. , was in
the city yesterday.
Col. Sapp and W. II. i\l. \ Puscy were in
Dc.s Moiues yesterday attending the re
union of veteran statesmen.
Mivand Airs. AI. Darrott , of Walnut ,
were -hero yesterday on their wedding
trip. .Mrs. Dairott's maiden name was
J. S. Lyon , ot Clarinda , has just re
turned irom a visit to his old home in
Pittsburg , and yesterday .topped over
hero to see liis brother , Chalmer Lyon , of
An OKI Minor.
Among the papers on lilo in the olliee
of the elork of the circuit court is one
which is u curiosity. It is a petition in
probate , in which the petitioner , Kobert
IJillard. living near Carson , prays that
his mother bo appointed his guardian ,
lie having an Interest in real estate in
this county. In the petition he suU forth
the fact that he is a minor over the ago
of II , "being now of the ago of 30 years
and over. " Rather old tor a minor.
The document was filed before the pres
ent clerk came into ollico.
Do nol fail to see the now laces nufl
dress robes just received at Harkne-jS
"Vf OT1CE ts licroby ( flvcn to tlio owner or own-
J _ > era of tlio lollowlng mil cstiito In tlio city of
Omnlmto lay sidewalks In Irontol tinil mljnln-
injf the sumo within 15 iliiys lioni tlio I'-Hh day
or Vobrunrr , IKSl ! . such shlcwiilk to bo con
structed tmd laid in t'.ccoidunco with plans nnd
epcclQcutlons on lilo In the ollico of tlio llouril
or Public Works , and In accordance with resolu
tions adopted by tlio oltv council , vU. :
Ixitsl. iinndt * , west side or Uth st.blklJ,0
Lots 1 and 3 , north sldo of Dodge St. , blk 103 , G
Lots 5,0,7 and 8 , north tUo of Jones St. , blk
180,0 foot wldo.
Lotsl and : ; , west sldo of Saunders St. , blk T ,
Parker's add. , 0 ieot wldo.
Lots M , 52 and 55 , east silo of 18th St. , Hor-
bac'a'Bl8tadd.li loot wldo.
B. H lot & and N. H lot 4 , east sldo ICth St. , Hor-
bach's lstadd.Ui'ctwldo. !
Loll ) , south side Sherman st , blk5 , Ilorbach's
Lots 1 and 8 , west side 18tU St. , blk. 4 , I/iko's
I/ota 1 and .D , soutli Bldo Lcavcnworth St ,
Terrace ixild.,0 fcot wide.
Lot SIfouth stdoLeavenwoith St. , Hood's "d
ami , I ! fuel wide.
Lots 1 mid 4 , west sldo 10th St. , Kountzo &
Uutli'ri add , 0 foot wldo.
Hlock ir > , north sldo llorcasst. . Kount/o's add ,
4 foot wldo. J. U' HOUSE , Chairman ,
Koblli1724 Iloaid of I'uhllo Works.
Proposals for Fresh Beef.
IlRtnqUAHTKItS DEI'.UtTMr.M Ol'TIUJ PftVTTU , )
Ollico Chief Comml siiry of Subsistences , f
Oiimlm , Nub. , I'Vlirmu-y 10th , 1SSQ. )
SEALED proposals In triplicate , subject , to the
usual conditions , will bo rocolvcu at this
olllue , or nt the olUcos of the acting oonunls-
Buries ol subsistence , at the lollowlnfr named
posts , vlI'orts llrldfrer , Douglas , Luramio ,
McKlnnoy , Nlobrara , Omalm , Hoblnson , I ) . A.
Kurfscll , Sidney , Ft od Stcolc , WnshuMo , Camps
Modlclno llntto , 1'ilot Itutto. Cheyenne depot
and Omaha depot , until 12 o'clock noon , central
etandaid tlino , on tlio Zlfitduyol April , IfM , at
which tlnio and pluoo , they will bo opened in
probonco of bidders fur furnlHhinir and delivery
at these pots of fresh bcof irom the block
that miiy bo required by the SnlnlMunco De
partment. U. P. Aimy , diiriiifr the tlscal your
commoncmx July 1st , 18b ( ! . Hlank propoinU
ami instructions to blddorn , Klvlnr infornintion
as to conditions to bo observed by bldilers , terms
of contract and moment , will bo luinlshnd on
application to this ollioo or to the commissaries
ut the posts named. Proposals will not bo con
sidered unless accompanied by the "Instruc
tions to bidders" abo\u referral to. Tlio light
IsiCburved toroject aiiy or all bids.
JOHN J' . HAWKINS.
Miijor und C. S. , Chief C. 8.1)opt. of the 1'liuto.
? Illk CriiHt , Dnudruff , ICc/.cnin and
All Hcalp lliiiuors Cured liy
I AST Novnnbor. my llttlo boy , awl thico
Jyciits , toll aiiulnst the Move wliili ! IICMUIS
limning , and out his bend , and , rlK'Mt attor that ,
hobroKo out nil over his head , lace nnd left oar.
1 had a good doctor. Dr. . to attend him ,
but be trot worse , mid the doctor could not cut o
him , IIU whololicad.lauo and left car wore In
a Iriirlul state , und ho Miltoml icrillily. I
caiiKht tliodlscnso from himand Itppiujdall
over my fucu and nock , nnd even KIH Into my
eyes. Nobody thought wo would ever ? ot bet
ter , I felt sure woviu dls.lKiuo I tor llfo. I
braid of the Cutloiira Hoini'dios , und procuied
abottloot Cutlcurii lle-.olvoiit , n bov o' Cull-
cuia.nnd a nike of Cnticiira Soap , and m-cd
them constantly day nnd nl ht. Alter iislii' , '
luo boilloj of llo olvimt , four boxcaof Cull-
cilia and four oaUos ol Soap , wo were perfectly
cuit-d wiiliout ascur. Mr boy's kin iHiiowllko
Biltill. 1.II.I.IK IClTlNO.
Jill Ornn 1 Street , Jersey City , N. J.
Snorn to before mo thu "lib day of March ,
ISvSj. OlMIKUT 1' . ItUlllMJON , J. I * .
TJII5 WORST SOUK IIKAI ) .
llavi ) boi'ii In thoilriDr nml iiuKllctnu business
tnnuty-llvo yi'ars. llavobern selling your Cutl-
cnrtt romodii'B Hluco they came \vost. They lead
ullothordln tholrllno. Wo could not wrltu nor
could you print all no Imvo heard eald in favor
the Cutlcuia Keniodlos. Ono your iifc'o the Cull-
c-uraaml Heap ouied a llttlo KM ! In our IIOUPO of
the woiht sere bond wo over saw , ttud the Kosol-
vent andCutlcuruaiiinoir ourin a jount ; t'ii-
tleman of asoro leg , wlillo the phyMelans aio
trying to ha\o It amputated. It will sax o his losr
and purhnii-i his lite. Too much cannot bo tuld
in favor of Cutiotira Ilumodlcs.
g. 1) , SMITH & Uiio.
Covlngton , Ky.
Cimrinu HEMFDIKS mo a positive euro for
every form of bktu und blood ilbeus-os , fioni
pliupii'Bto fccrofula. Bold ovorywhcio. 1'rlco :
t'ulicuin , Mo. : Iliisolvent , $1.00 : Soap , ilo. 1'ro-
nwrodby tbn I'OTTKII UIIUQ AMD CIILMIUAI. Co. ,
lloslon , .Mnss.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases. "
nioniUhos.plmplos , blackheads , und baby
humors , u > e Curifuut Sou' .
rt'I.IOF ACHP.S AND PAINS
which no uunuiii nUlll i-i'i-ina ulilu to
.illuvliitu , ii ilio couilitlon or tliou-
k.imlg vnu in jet HIKMV 4iotliiiiK " > f
tllut now unit oli'trant iilillij 'l'i to imln
unU intiuunuutlun. " , . * itio ( 'uri < K A AM *
FRANK NEKLV , 1'rest. iOr.o.\V.HA DiN , Sec
( Incorporntca , IfSl. )
Life and Endowment Association
OF WATERLOO , IOWA.
WESTERN DEPT , , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
orncn IN nr\o-s IIUILDINKI.
lloomsXo. * . 12 and 11
? 2,000 incnso ofUciitli.
f 1,000 Knilownicnt at tlio end of ten
Avcrnpro cost for year of nsscssiucnt ,
first tlirco years of organization , 15 to
0 years , $0.07 ; 41 to 50 years , * IU ,
Circular mid Information on application.
WM. RANDALL ,
C3 Apcnts Wanted.
Cornur .Itli nvfimo tmd 1'onil ctieet ,
MONDAY EVENING , FEBRUARY 22 ,
Schnoller's ' European Troubadors
I'rnf. S. K ) wlnsKI-Violin Solol t.
MD.-I * . CoVLMin lion Jawed Man.
IVr-llnum ! ( Jiat'pnur Xltlur Soloist.
Ilddy Vou > : ohneller-Contoitionl < t.
Slon . ItlLiitCo-Tiiito o an I hlph wlro per
M lu. Adrlcmic ViMilsof Sword 8wallo\\liis.
T.io Von Sclinellor * Acrobatic Keitts.
ADMISSION , Includhufcat - 10c
iinsnuvr.i ) sr.A'is ao
DOOHS 01'P.N AT 7. I'lIlirOKMAXCK III- :
U INS AT V.
n i unit free pi'rfoim.imo on hlirh lie In front
of MiiK'Uin , by Mons. Itkmilu , at 7 p. in. u.tch
uoiling - .
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in Statj and Feiler.il Courts.
Hooins T mill S , Snu'wt
MASOKT WISE ,
Horses and Mules
For all purposes , houpht " ' " ' 6 ; > 1'U M ictall and
la lots. Council HlnCs , lown.
. OFFICErt. W. II. M. PU3ST .
OFFICES , &
3 j r
COUNCIL BLUfFSj IOWA.
UNION TICKET OFFICE
J. L. De BEYOISE , Agent.
No. C07 Droadvray , Council Illuffs.
Railway Time Table ,
Tlio following is the time of arrival nml
departure of trains by central standard tlmo , at
the local depots. Trains leave transfordopot ton
minutes earlier and arrive tuu minutes later :
BEl > AUT-cincAoo * N0UTnwK8TKHK.Almlv&
0:2iA. : ) M Mall and livpress 0:0)1' : ) . H.
] " :40 : r. M Accommodation 4:5011. : M.
0Ml' : . M Express 0:05A.M. :
CHICAGO & HOCK ISLAND.
0:20 : A. M Mail and Express 0:51 : P.M.
7:15 : A. M Accommodation 5:4.1 : p. si.
( itor. : M Express 0:03 : A.M.
CHICAGO. MII.WAUKKK .4 ST. 1'AUL ,
0:20 : A. M Mull and Kvpross ( i.riOi : > . M.
0:501 : * . M Uxprc'ss UOjA. : M.
CllICAOO. lUIUUKdrOK & QU1NCV.
0:40 : A. M Mall nnd Express ( iMi' : .
ti:50i.M : Kxpiess HOJ :
WAI1ASII , BT. I.OUIS & PACIFIC.
: :1l : > p. M.Local St. Louis Express Local
UXl'.M.TransforSt. : ( ) Louis Ex. Transfor.Il-.W P. M
KANSAS CITY , BT. JOB Hi COUNCIL. DLUFM
10:10A. : M Mall and Express n : " > np.M.
U:05p. : M Kxpross 6:25A.M. :
BIOUX CITV S PACIFIC.
7:15 : A. M . . .Sioux City Mall BTOp. : M.
U-'Ml'.U St. Paul Kxpross 82oA.M. ;
10:33A.M : Denver Kxpross 5:4fiP.M. :
ZM p. M..Lincoln Pass. , Om. A : K. V..12:03 : v. M.
7:50p. u Overland KxnroM 8:15 : A. M.
DUMMY TKAINS TO OMAHA.
Lcnvo Council Illuirs 7ar : 8Os-UW-10:30 : : : :
llt : u. m , ; 1 : : 2JO : ; 33J ; 1:33 : 5'J5 : (1:10 ( :
11:4G : p. m. Sundnys 7:03 : U:3J : tl:30 a. m ;
aw : : : i : : 5:25 : < Jao : 11:13 : p. in. Leave Omaha
-0K-7:35-8:30-10Oa-U:00 : : : : : a. m : l:00-iOJ- : :
00 1:0) 5 : OJ : (1:01 ( 11:10 : p. in. Sundays i > : U3
UOJ : 5OJ-0:03-11:13 : : : p.m
KIEL SALE STABLES !
! = 0 | f
HoiM'S and Mules kept constantly on bund ,
for MIO ! at retail or in car InailH.
Oiders promdtly Illled by contract on Bhoit
notleo. Stuck Mild on coimnlB'ion.
SIlLIJTHIt & UOL15V , 1'ronrlotorn.
Ftablo Corner Filth Aveiino and luurtli St. ,
Council IllnlTH , ioua.
R. BIOB , M. D.
< > r other tumira removed without
the knlfo or drawing of bloid.
CHRONIC DISEASES of mme * a BPeciuitr.
Over thirty years' pruct.o.il uxporlouaj.
No. 11 1'euil Street , Count il llluili.
A' . TUI.I.KVH , Vlco-Pios ,
JAMES N. nnojivsftCushlor.
Council Bluffs National
103 MAIN STREET ,
Capital . . . . . $100,000
Authorized Capital , , , 350,000
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000
Do a gonoial banking buslnnu.
Accounts or luniks , bunkers , merchants , iiuin-
iifactniorauna InJIvldunls rojclvt-'U on fiivoru-
Domeetio unJ foreign oichungo.
The very best of iitttntlon glten to all bust
ncsdcominlttctl to our euro.
E. R. Oadwell ,
Real Estate , Probate
AND DIVOHCE LAWYJEB. '
No. 604 Broadway , - : Council Bluffs
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
D1J12HK WlvLLS &co
Agricultural Implements , Buggies ,
CairlnRCJ , Ktc , lUc. Council IlluuV , town.
KEYSTONK MANUFACI'UIUNG CO. ,
Corn Shellars , Stalk Cutters ,
UfcltarrovScodors ! , Corn I'lantrrs , rood Cutters -
tors , Utc. Fiiolory , Kock Tails , 111 * .
No" , ifioi , twi , 1.VB , 1537 Main St. , Council
"DAVID UIIADMJY it ca
rsau 1 Jobber * of
Agricultural IniploinentsW , igon3 , Buggies ,
Carrlneo' " . an-1 all kin ti of Kami M lo'ilnnry.
11W ) to 111J South MUn Struct , Couull llluifs ,
r.O. UMV : ON , T. H.Driuotv , duo. ! ' . WIIIOIIT.
Pr .Vrren . V.-l'rcM.iV.M.ni. Sco Counsel.
Council Bluffs Handla Factory ,
( Incorimratod. )
Maniifnctnrnsnr A\lo , I'luk , Slo.lffo i\nd rfinnll
Handle ? , of o\ory description.
COUNCIL HLUITS CARPET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , ruilnln Plxiurps , UjiholMcry floods ,
ite. : No. la'i Itromlniiy Council Illulls ,
CWAltS , TOlACCOKTC.
PE11EGOY & MOORE ,
Wholcsnlo Jobbora In tlio
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Nos. iMMnln und 27 Pearl Sts. , Council llliiiri" ,
SNYDER oi LKA IAN ,
fruit andPfodnc-3 Commission Merchants.
No. II Po.xrl St. , Council llluirs.
McCLUilG CRACKER CO. ,
Fine CracSers , Biscuits and Caies ,
Conned Ulufl * , Iowa.
MAUREH & CUARJ ,
La i)8 | , Fruit .Tais , Cutlery , Stoiui.vare , liar
Goods , I'ancy Good1 * , itc. : Council Illulls ,
11ARLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Sundries. Tic. No. U3 Main St , uml1
No. ai Pearl St. , Council Illulls.
M. E. SJIITII & CO. ,
and Jobbers of Dry Goods ,
Notions , lUc. Nos. US and 11 * Main ft. , Nos. 113
und in Pcail St. , Council Dliills , Io u.
O. AV. HUTTS ,
Yfliolesale alifo rnia Fruits a Specialty.
General Commission. No. 512 Jlio.idwny ,
WIIIT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Noa. 10 and 18 Pearl St. , Council
GRONEWEG & SCI1OENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 117 , 119 nnd 121 , Main St. , Council IJIuHs ,
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Dread
way , Council Illutls.
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
Itcfliberators , etc. No9. 5)1 Uroadway , and 10
Main stioet , Council '
UAItKBSS , KTC.
IJECKMAN & CO. ,
Manufacturers of and Wholesale Do.ilcM in
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. G25 Main St. , Council Illutrs , Iowa.
JMTS , CAPS , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves ,
Nos. Ill" and 314 Uroadway , Council Illulls.
KEELLVE & FELT ,
Iron Steel Nails
, , , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council lUulfa , Iowa.
HIDES AND WOOL.
1) . H. McDANELI ) & .CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , Polls , flicuso and Purs. Council
Itliillt ) ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale DcaloM In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline
EJTO , , E3TO ,
8. Tln-'oiloio , Attont , tiouncll IlliilfB. Iowa.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Y/oad / , Southern Lumbar , Piling ,
And Ilrldjro Material Spocl.UII' > , Whole : lo Lum
ber or all Kindd. Ollleo No. 1 n Main St. ,
Council lllulfs. Ion i
II7.Y/JS AND LIQVOllS.
JOHN LINDER ,
Imported aud Domestic Wines & Liquors ,
Atfcnt for St. Cottlmrn'd llorb lllttCH. No. U
Main St. , Council lllulTd.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
JS'oCOO.l/liln St. , Count U
Main St. , Council Hlnfis.
Neat the C. , U , A < 2.0. ; , M. & St , 1' . . and
O. , It. I. it 1' . railway depots. Htieot oars
riabstho door. Kwiythliig now and ni&t
N. SCHUSZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
QOitcOvcr Amcrlcau li press Company.
Z.T. LINDSEYcfeCO. , M
RUBBER BOOTS , ' - .
AND ARCTICS ,
RUBBER AND OIL CLOTHING , '
And Eastern Prices Duplicated. Write
for Prices. > *
Storehouse and Salesroom , 41 H. Main St. Office 412 Broadway ,
Oo-u.3n.oil BlizfTs , - lo-wa , .
w. : P.
Itrlcl < Imildlnyor nnv Ulnd niKed or mnvcd nml Patlsfactlon Rimiantced. Krnino houses moved
on LlttluCiiaut trucks the best In the worlJ.
SOS Eighth Avenue and Eighth Struct , Council Bluffs. "
NOTIGIC. Special nJvcrtlscmnnts , such M
Lost.Found.To Loan Fo-Silo , To llont , Want *
Hoarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In this column at
i. - * " ' ' -t'a Pli'.lf r TXTU or Ino ]
tholorr rats or inn vi w * . _ . :
Crstlaserllon and 11VE Ci\r3 PCK LING for
each subsequent Insertion. Loivo advorttaj
mcntsat our ollico , No. 13 Pearl street , Jioar
llioadway , Council Illutrs.
" \\7'ANTBD Middle HBCilMiininn , no children ,
T T to do lljtht hont-ewoik In country. MrJ. J.
Stollln , 18J1 roiirth avenue. Council HlullB.
WANTED A peed Job and news pi Inter.
lno ) capable ol tnkincchitiKO ot an ollico ,
and will ) unilOi'Ktmuls inaKin ? tl uios on woik
and has had ov.iurlonco in "iiulllng1' n hand
p.-O'-s. Addioss , lj. llallou , Now u ollico , Missouri
valley , Iowa. _
( NOfl MADE in 31 dnyfl bv n liuly njfcnt of the
tJ)14V ) "Uiultnblo. " Wo want sK raoio live
male or tomalo. Apply In person or by
letter toS'm. . Kandall , Supt. of agencies , Coun
cil bluaXIowa. _
! Property on corner Ponrl street
Jj and Sixth iivonue. Council llhilfs , coiisiMIng
nl two story , Iron-roofed brick building ; it frame
h on so ot six looms : nil on Iotli0.\lii. : Per terms
npply to A. H. McClurg , on promises.
FOU SALK Scaled 1)1(18 ) will bo rocolvoJ by J
W. Itodofor ui > to February , 18sO , on
eighty foct front , two btory brick block , Nos. " 1 ,
" ) , " ! ) nml8 Poiul street , between llroaduuy nnd
WAN & WAMCliK , No. ! 13 Main snoot ,
( under Cltl/.cn'H Uank ) , leal estate linn inur-
clmndlco exchange brokers. Our books 1110 lull
ot special bargain ? , but It is impossible to pub
lish icliablollst fionitliolaetof BO many dally
changes. Whatwoiisk is : If you want to soil
or trade anything in our line , write us and wo
will send you a pile of bargains to select from.
Lands Improved or unlmpiovcd , city or town
property. Blocks of goods ot any kind In any
place. It Biicli you have or such you want lot us
lioarfrom you. Swan & Walker , Council lllulfB
FAIIM FOR SALK At n bargain if sold soon ,
IliOacresay miles southwest of Onmlnu a
room liouso , oxcollcnt well and cistorn-bar'i" .
ono for eight horses , ono for 'M cows : lion , tool
nnd wagon houses ; 10J ncros In timothy : i i,0) ) )
lorcftt trees , cotton wood , black walnut , ash.nnd
mnplo ; good circhurd , apples , cliorrlos , plums ,
Kriipes and small fruits. Never lalllng Block
water. II. P. OKflciiit , &V > Ilioudivuy , Council
llhillH , Iowa.
THE GREGORY INCANDESCENT GAS LAMP
The publlo are Informed that a patent h is
lioeii allowed to Oco. II. Gregory on his Im-
pio\oil gns lamS | and nianurm'tnrcd bv iix. Mr.
IX A Willliims Is our mitlmrl/ml uifoiit for I'oun-
ell illtilTs and Om.ilm. Tlio imhlla iuc < u.iutinueil
not to buy miy ol tlii-su ITUH linuiis I'M'i-pt
tluough .Mr. Williams , as nil ether olloiu 1 Inr
Hiiloaio inlrlngoimmts upon our Limp. ( ! . II.
llui rim C'o..Manulactiiriis anil Koloc lrin
AgontB.No. ( ijDoaihon sticct , Chicago.
Chicago Lumber Co.
Wholesale nml Itctall Lumber , r/Uh , Slilniflol
Pabh , Dooia nnd Illlnds. Polo a-fonts for the
celehr.itod Marhlehoud Conccntrntod Wblto
Mine. S , P. MACCO.NNUirt. , JIanagor.a
Telcphono No. - * .
No. 710 Main Htieel. Council Illulfn.
TO THE PUBLIC AND OLD PATRQHS.
J Imvo bouaht what U Known as the
A.N'D TIIA.NSFHH Ll.N'US.
And will ttlvn my pt'iflon.il intention to calls u
prlvato rL'aldoncui lor p.v-iuiiifri'i and tngjugu
lor all tialiib , huliidliudumm > liul.M.
Ollicuat i'aclu lionet' . Tolophouo \ .
Tliuiiklul for pan Invars , 1 am io poctriilly
Successor to J , Hoaris.
LAMPS and CROCKERY
REDUCED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
Xo. 2l ! Haiti Street. Cuimdl Hliiffr. fa
In Council llluira Imvhi ;
And oil iiitKiera ImnrtivcmontJ , cull bolls , flr
alunn bglU , etc. , Is tlio
VltESTOX HOUSE I
MAX .Mtill.N , I'l prlotor. 21
I wHi to respectfully c.ill the attention of my
rmti-o1 ! " : ' : : ! ji-e public ' > " 'i ral. to mv ro'nio-
val fiom fiio old stand NOS.T Ami 07 TfilliT'Br.T"
to my now and commodious quarters ,
N0. 226 Broadway ,
Where I n 111 bo ploaso.l to FOO my many friends.
With alarffo , now and complete assortment of
all the very
And being located In lurpo fin\rtcrs ; I am bettor
tuun over before prop.iro.l to servo Iho public.
J. M. SMITH ,
NO 228 BroadwayCouncil Blufffe.
ESSEX HOUSE , .
COIIXBU HllVANT AND VlNH SrS.
Opposite City lluildlnjs , Council ]
Warm rooms nnd good board nt i onsonnblo
Newly fitted nnd fnrnl&hcd. Opp. Ilroadway
Duniiny lciot. ) Sl.W per day.
8AMUKI , TATK , Prop.
L. II. HKUSIIAW , Mnnnser.
Jinnufncturcrsof all sl/csot
Esjicclully Designed lor Kunnlnv
MILLS , GUAIN KLKVA'J'OItS ,
Tubular nnd Loconiotivo
New irnssillon Tl
Curcy and Woodbury IIor.se Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable nnd Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , K'l'C.
Factory Mashillon , 0. Drnncli House
MO IJpnrl St. , Coinic.il WlulR
SEND FOB 1880 ANNUAL.
Loskin ? : Brackol far Fences
AM * O'l IICU ItMI. . l D ? , I.H' .
J'KNCKS Ilt'iLTVITJU ' ) 1TT NAILS.
Attp.llt l.Hli' ' > IMki ii < ii | 01 HMli'ri ) I. Tor
pkkct o ml ! fei n > . ixni 01 wood , c'niu ut l.o px-
cflli'd lor tftilii' ) . ' i.l ui'V -il I'm pntt"iilurs
wrllo C. J. Hl.lKV\N lini-iiltir.
I ouncll Illulls.
tilitlo nml ur.inlj rljtlith lot mile.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
JlAHUI'AClt.'liil ! AND
No. 337 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Iteul Kslutu Louglii and told.
f. T. M.tV.VU. A , B. Il.W.llt.TON ,
P. ! C. May > ie < tC'o ,
Real Estate Excliange.
No. 103 1'cnrl Htro < > t , CouncH' lUutH , Icura.
Dealers In Iowa , Kunsui and Nfbraik l.muM
LOTS IN COl'NCIl , JJLl'l-'FS AND
- . UMA11A A SIMiC'IAI/JI'V. '
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