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THE OMAHA DAILY BBS , SACuiWAY. MAROH-23. 1888
THE DAILY BEE )
SATURDAY MORNING , MARCH. M.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
EclUcrcd by carrier In any part of the city nt
twcntj ccnta per w tok.
II. W. TIM ON , - Manager.
, > fo. 4J.
Ninnt KIIITOU. No.M.
MINOII MINTIO\ ,
New spihiR oods at Roller's.
Now .sprint ; wraps just icccivctl .it
Ilitrkiii'ss lirot ) ' .
Hory O'Moic nt Dolmny'fl tonight for
the Imnclll of thu I'nrnull fuinl.
The Muthotllst liidins are i > rumnng | lo
a pliantoin conceit in Masonic hull
ne\t Thursday night.
Yon will find the finest ami Ihe largest
nnd the cheapest line of new embroideries
in the city at Harkness Hros' .
Dave Marcroft , colored , arrested for
assaulting another colored man , was yes-
Icidny given ono day in jail.
A pleasant gathering of friends in
dulged in a progressive euchre parly
Thursday evening at tlio homo of Mrs J.
Don't forget to go and hcarn puncgyrio
on the two Hags by M. J. O'UonucIl In
the piny "Rory O'Aloru , " at Dolmny's
new opera house to-night.
Religious services at the Baptist church
Sunday at 10'50 ! a. in. and 7:30 : p. in. Sub
ject for evoninir , "Amusements. " Seals
free. All cordially invited.
Thu Sherwood conceit In t evening
called foi th much enthusiasm. It was a
lich treat for the music lovers of llio eily ,
and those who missed it , missed much.
Services in the Congiegalional church
to-morrow morning and evening as usual.
Subjeel of morning sermon , "Where a
Wise Man Keeps His Eyes. " Evening ,
"A Strong Invitalion. " All are welcome.
On Thursday evening Prof. MoNuugh-
ton cnlcilaincd the ioung people's class
of the Melhodisl Sunday school. They
turned the tables on the professor and
presented him with a handsome gold-
The sale of railroad tickets from this
city to California points is dully increas
ing , both over the Union Pacific and li. &
M. roads , the purchasers announcing
their intention of visiting the Pacific
slope during the pro /iilcnce of llio cheap
The Ogdcn house is undergoing some
niaiked changes anil improvements.
Not only is the front being made a mire ,
white , but there arc many interior im
provements being made , which will add
to the comlort and enjoyment of its many
On Thursday evening Mrs. J. N.
Casady enlei tamed at her residence on
Oakland avenue a progressive euchre
party. The gentlemen's first pri/o was
won by Ira Scolield and his wife was
awarded the ladies' lir.st , while Mrs. is. S.
Keller and W. D. Hardin were given the
The show windows of Stubbs on Broad
way have been attractively adorned with
Ills name in gold script , one of the pret
tiest bits of loitering in the city. It was
I Ihe work of George It. lieard , who has
also done llio interior decorations , which
arc very handsome.
The Rev. W. T. Smith , presiding elder
of Council liliiU's district , will conduct
the services at the HroadwayM.E. church
to-morrow. At the close ot the morning
fccrvico the holy communion will be ad
ministered. The love feast service will
be held at 0:30 : p. m.
Pierce , thu hotel beat and insurance
solicitor , was released from ju.il yester
day , his tiiuu being up. Ho did nol tarry
to vindicate his character , as ho promised
to do , but hurriedly took the great Rock
Island route for the cast , traveling on
foot and alone that he might the easier
inspect the condition of the track.
There was a jolly campliro at Carson
Wednesday night. Members of posts in
Oakland , Macedonia anil other towns
were present. Ron. W. W. Ramsey of
Harlan was the principal speaker and
delivered a masterly address. A grand
supper was served. The Carson post
reali/.ed about $70 for its relict fund.
The police yesterday arrested a suspi
cious young boy mimed liakcr from Mis
souri Valley. The boy had a horse , and
claimed that his father had sent him to
this city to sell it. The story seeming
w. . improbable , the police concluded to liolu
L him until word could bo received from
I fir Tramps are no longer to be allowed to
loaf about the eily. An opportunity Is to
bo given them to work , an opportunity
which they will have to accept or else
move on. Yesterday six vagrants woio
sentenced to work , and us them is plenty
to do on the strecls Ihoro was no Iroublo
in keeping them busy.
The musical institute , under the direc
tion of Prof. Towna. seems to have
aroused much enthusiasm , and there is
f'Very indication Hint there will be n very
largo attendance. His reputation as a
composer and instructor is so well known
that these desiring to gain musical in-
slruclion and culture need litllo urging
to avail themselves of this opportunity.
His days will bo devoted lo the giving of
private lessons to such as dusiio , ami his
evenings to thu institute. To-night there
should bo n full attendance of all those
who desire to enjoy the advantages of
the institute. It will bo hold in the par
lors of the Congregational church , and
to-night will bo in fact llio llrsl rual ses
sion for instruction , the other gatherings
being largely preliminary und for the
purposes of organisation.
Cm tains , Curtains , Curtains , Harkness
" O'Moro" .
Everybody should remember the Rory
O'Moro entertaiiimonl for the benefit of
the Irish Relief fund at Dohany's now
opera house to-night. The following is n
correct cast of characters :
Knry O'Moro . Gcorpe Hughes
Mis , O'Mnio . Miss Dccne Lnt/.lncor
Mary O'Moio . . .Miss A. llecbcu
Col. Thunder . , . I'M K.
DoLncy . , . . . .Wlllliini M.iloney
Khun llui . I. M. O'Doiinell
Scruhus . ,1 oim Mulonoy
lo WcUlslu . Thomas Hitches
Pleriu . Kluvo Ailiiins
Hodilci Imr bolomon , . , Jnmes liulviu
Jlill Join's . John Conner
Flannel ty . , . John Mul < iueen
JCatliloen . , . * . . Miss Colin 11 i
Nellie O'KIIey . Miss Mamie O' .
Hotly . MIssJiillnHilttcs
Mih. lnlo ) . Miss Klttio KdKOito
Uhltly l'.ioy . Miss Km ma Ka\ annual
boUllcis , VVomamy , etc ,
Trains will leave Omaha at 0.05 p. m
nnd ? ; 10 p , m. Slreol cars wi'J ' mccl the
7:10 : train at the transfer to accommodate
lliobo of thu Omaha delegation that do
not come al 0.05 ,
Carpets , Carpets , Carpets , Harkues
The elementary class of the Musical in
Etitnlu will incut at 4.00 this aftucnoou
Tlio evening cession will begin at 0UO. :
licst coal nnd wood m the city at ( ilci :
eon's , 2G Pearl street.
Substantial abstracts of tltlo and real
cstuto loans. J.V , & K. L. Squire , 101
Four ! street , Council Uluil's.
Foe first class Missouri wood call'on
tilo.svou , ut his coal olllco , CO I'earl street.
'Money to loan by Forrest Smith.
SUICIDED BY STABBING ,
A Woman ot the Transfer Plunges a Knife
Into Her Heart ,
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
Music Mndc In the IllitlTs-Prepnrlnff
For the Sisters' Knlr Tramps
HoltiK Ulvcn Street Work
Music In the Illnffc.
Two now pieces of blicct inusio have
been published which interest particu
larly Council BIuIVs people , and at the
samu time have merit sulllcicnt to eom-
inoiul them to intisle lovers everywhere
antl win tliclr way into popular favor.
They aio especially of interest to resi
dents here because they are the product
of local talent and skill. One is entitled
"Thu Picture of I\Iy \ Angel Mother's
raeo , " a fans and chorus , the words and
music by ! A. Ron1 , of this city. It is
dedicated to his friend M. 11. 1'eters , of
Watscra , 111. , and there is a tender bit of
history to llio production. Mr. Roil'as a
boy was a paper carrier for Mr. Peters ,
a well known journalist of Illinois , and
thus boLMii an acquaintance which
ripened into friendship. Mr. Peters lost
iiis mother when lie was a mum child , and
her mi'inory was very tenderly eherissiied
by him. Several years ago Mr. Roll
punned the xvoids of this song , and they
so pleased Mr. Pelors that the promise
was given to publish them in bhrrt music
form. Thai promise is now mot , and
very appropi lately the dedication is made
to liim. Tiieoids and niusic aie very
touching , anil thu piece is pronounced ti
grin.The other nirco is entitled "Memory. "
The wouls are by thu lamented Garlield ,
written by him when lie was in college.
Tim music is by J. A. Roll' . The words
have a double Illness to the title of
"Memory , " now that their author is
cherished so in the memory of all. The
niusic also mcilts special praise.
Uoth these pieces are published by
Dalbey iRoll' , of tins city. It is not
known perhaps to spinu of the readers of
lliu lir. ! ; that Council Blntl'hns a music
publishing enterprise ! started , and these
aru among the lirst of the productions.
Mr. J. A. Rod' has composed si number of
choice and popular songs within the past
few years , but they have boon published
elsewhere until now. Professor Dal boy ,
who lately became a resident of this city ,
lias gained quite a wide reputation as a
composer , especially of band music , and
lie will continue his work hero , a valuable
acquisition to the city. lie luih composed
some of the mo > t popular music played
to-day by the best bands in the count ! v.
The engraving of these pieces is done
by Mr. F. E. Roll , a brother of J. A. Boll' .
The work is excellent , and the title pages ,
designed and engraved also by him , are
very attractive and show rare taste and
The fact that Council IJlufla possesses
3'oung men of such gifts and culture in
musical art , and the starting of such an
enterprise here , is a cause for congratula
tion , and there should be encouiagemcnt
given that may cause thu enterprise to
grow and prosper. The pieces already
published are to be found on sale in
D. AV. lluslincll's book store , and already
there have been imincioiisoidcr& received
for them fromdillerent paits of the coun
try. They are exciting much praise ,
and seem to have touched the popular
Seventy-live head of horses.
BHOWN'S PA K HonsnfcCATTLi : Co. ,
Council ISIulls , Iowa.
Stabbed to the Heart.
Mrs. Eva t ) . Folger committed suicide
by slabbing herself in the left breast yes
terday afternoon about 1:30 : o'clock , in
room 53 in the Union Pacific hotel at the
transfer depot. The facts , as fainted by
her son , Ross Lloyd Folgor , who handed
his mother the knife by which she came
to her death , explains the sad event in
full as far as the coroner's jury learned.
be 14 years ot age in June next ; that his
mother , who was 40 years old , and him
self lefl San 1'rancisco on Monday , March
15 , for Chicago. They came over llio
Union P.icilio and arrived in this city
yesterday ( Friday ) morning. He noticed
nothing strange about his mother's ap
pearance ; they got on the Rock Island
train at the transfer , bound for Chicago ,
when his mother loft the car in ti few
minutes after. Ho next saw lior on the
platform frith the brakcman and seemed
sick : that she was taken up btairs in a
fainting condition and after remaining
there until about 1 o'clock asked him for
his pocket-knife. He handed it
to her and shoitly afterward
ho hoard something tear and
turning around baw'she was pushing the
knife into her heart Ho ran and pushed
the boll button and a porter came up.
Hu told him he needed help. A lady
then came in. After his mother stabbuil
herself she sat on a chair and then fell on
the lloor. She died in about three min
The boy further stated they were going
lo visit his uncle in Chicago , but Know
llttlo if anything of him. Said ho has an
uncle , James rolger , in Monroe , New
Hampshire ; also John Folgor and an
Aunt Mary in Boston. The last words
his mother uttered was in asking for the
loan of his. knifo.
Mrs. L. J. Van Urniau , wito of the
hotel manager , tfstilied as to being called
by her husband to attend to the'
wants of the lady who had a fainting
spell. She scorned lational but disin
clined to talk. Gave her some hot lea
which revived her. This was about 10.80
in the morning. Tlio next she hoard was
aflor 1 o'cloek , when the porter was
called to answer the bull. The woman
was then lying on the lloor , her head rest
ing in the lap of her ton. She died
in a minute or so after witness arrived.
The ehronor found $10 on the dead
woman , j.1) ; ) of which w.ts in gold , the
balance in silver , all tied up in a
After the woman had left the Rock
Island car Chat los Keith , general agoat
for the "Q" road , and JeromeMeClin -
lock of tlio Rock Island , notlee.d she was
in a fainting condition , and broughl her
iulo Urn depot and ordered a room ,
The jury , which wan composed of Ed.
Ingruham , Ed. A. Wioklmm and E , C.
Ualdy. roturcd a verdict in accordance
with the foiegoiiig facts , that sha died by
stabbing lun'sult iu HID heart witli a small
The knife , which was exhibited to the
jury , is an ordinary pocket knifn , and the
uludo used was two inches long and only
aiinartcr of an inch \siilo ,
The boy will remain in tlio city until
word is received from lolativos , who have
been telegraphed to. Thun lin will go to
Now Hampshire , as lie has very few rcl
utivcs , Ids father having died in 16&3 in
the ca > st. His mother m.ido a living in
San Francisco at dress making , and her
woi Idly possessions aiu all supposed to
have boon witli her at the lime film so
suddenly ondrd bur lift ) .
I'vTlie body was biought up to 1'ield &
Estop's undertaking rooms , where it will
bo kept until an attempt is made to learn
Hit ) Wishes of her f i iunds. The womnu'f
trank had been checked on oas.t , but
word has been sent to have it returned ,
aid | it is expected to bo hero this morn
ing. Its contents may throw some adds
Uonal light upon the mailer.
Them was iiltlo lo bo learned giving
auycluulo Ihe cause of the act , " Her
son , who is an intelligent boy , Is unnblo
togho any more inforinntion than that
urinated above , and being so 5oung ,
lianlly rcali/cs the terrible ending of his
Information cleaned from other sources
is to the ell'oct that ( lie woman had been
tukinjj morphine , \yliifli \ probably crued
her brain , loading her to llio act. Tlicro
arc enough means to provide for the nec
essary expenses hero.
Jersey jackets at Harkncss Brothers.
The Supreme Court.
The following decisions wcro handed
down from the supreme court yesterday ;
Lucy M. Steele and 1'crrv & Townsenil vs
W. IX Mills and H. T. I'rodorlck , appellants.
Kinm Muiiiocdlsttlct couit. An action at
law by which the philiitllTs seek to roco\pi of.
defendants Sl.iiOO upon alleged liability as
sureties on bond. Alllrmed.
Annie Desoie vs Uojnl A. Adams , appcl-
lant. KIOIII Moinou Olstiict cuuit. Action
In equity to foieclose n chattel mortgage.
.John I. Smley , tnmrdlan vs M. .T. Sntor et
at , appcIlntiK l Voui DCS Moines district
court. Action In equity to set aside moitfwco
on and conveyance of ical estate. Afllrmcd.
.1. 8. Fountain npix.OI.int vs ( Scot-go Wc t cl
al. Kioni Hnnlsoii county couit. Action on
an Injunction bond. Itcu'itctl.
State of Iowa on the iclatlon ofJ. I * . I'cnr-
sou , apiuillnntsClwiles S. MeKnteo et al.
KIOIII 1'olk circuit couit. lte\eisetl. Mr.
McKuteoas granted a penult to < ell Intoxi
cants and JIUNO a bond. Petitioner claims
that the bond \\.is InuKcn liy his falllm ; to
iiiakcaicluin to the count ) auditor on thu
last Satinditv of .luno. isy. " , orHliln live
d.ijs tlieie.iltcr. Action brought to ieeo\er
Miitutoiy penalty. A demuiier to the peti
tion w as sustained , and pl.tlntlll dcmuucd.
Tin1 siipieme nun t holds that the leindie-
inent tonmUu Mieh Iftuiii wllhlii the speeded
time Is itmndatoiy instead ol dliectoiy. and
hoit'totoro the couit eiied In sustaining the
C. M. Cl.uk , appellant , vs AV. U. Tallnian ,
admlnlslMtor. Kioiu Clarlc clicult couit.
Slate of Iowa vs Thomas 1/uic , appellant.
Kioin Tauia dlstilct couit , Initletuient
chaises ilmtceilnln iicisoual piopeitv ot the
value nt il.'JVias stolen bv Jesse Davis ,
and Unit defendant iiulawlullviccelu'd them
knouliiK them to be stolen. Allliiued.1
instate of Iowa \.s W. K Canada , appellant.
KIOIII I'olk dlstilct coint. Detenilimtas
lotinil guilty of attempted lane. Keveistsl.
Stale of Iowa vs Samuel \V. Hilggs appol
lant. From llaidln distilct com I. Deleud-
unt coin letcd of adulteit. Allh Hied.
A. xAmtctsoii vs .John Unit , appellant.
Ki om I'.ino district com t. Libel. Reveised.
j : . \V. 1'en.VAs J. L. Wagoner , appellant.
I1 loin Vaiien elieilit couit. Action to le-
stinln de'endant fiom tuiecloslni ; a chattel
inoitirade on , ho claim * , ulaiulloul's lieu on
the DiopertKexei ed.
Lilla M. lllce , appellant , vs II. A. Hates
and O. 15. Ajeis. Fiom Adalr ciicuit couit.
Action to cancel t\\o tax det'ds and establish
] ) liiliitlft's ilh'ht to icdecm thu land. At-
( ! coiie Sweeney vs Sauh .1. la\id on et
al , appellants. Kiom Des Molncs iMtctilt
couil. Action to loicclose two contracts
whciebv plaintiff sold to tlie defendants two
pieces ot icil estate In Uiul'mgton. Modified
William IlarKeeioad vsM. \Vateihouse
ctal , appellants. Kioin Louisa dlsti let com t.
Action to establish equitable Hen and to loie-
close snim > . Modified and alllimed.
Alhi Wood A : Co. s A. K. and M. 1) .
llallowcll , appellants. 1'iom Lee ciicuit
couit. Action to iccover toi intoxicating
Illinois. Alliimed ,
Kiist Unitaiian Society of Keokuk el al. ,
appellants , vsV. . K. Ilauisnn et al. Kioin
IA'O clicult couit. Action was biouijlit bv
nlalnlilts as devisees in the will ot K. II.
llairlson , deceased , against defendants as
oxecutois of the will , lor the pin pose of
asceitalnlnfj their icspectho interests in the
estate. Thu couit found that the plaintiffs
took nothing undei the will , and they ap
pealed. The testatot died in ls.7r , and by his
will his estate was to bo divided among his
wile and chiklie.ii. If it should exceed
8100,000 , nil over that amount should go to the
Unitaiian society. At the time of appialse-
ment the estate was found to bo less than
8100,000 , but befoie it v\as settled the assets
appreciated until it became \\oitli "jl'Jl.OOO.
The family had lecohcd 3100,000. nndtheio
ifiiialned the balancoin the executoi's hands.
It hccanio a question as \\lii\ttiinetho
value of tlio estate should be ascertained , and
byhat means. The couit held that the
time of valulnir the estate shall be at the time
of the tcstatoi's death. Afllimed.
A. ClaUon , appellant , vs. Siisan Vliittakcr
cl al. Krom les Moines dlstncl court.
Action to cancel a note and moitgago on the
alleged giound that they \\cio given without
.Arrangements arc progressing nicely
for the fair to be given for the benefit of
tiie sisters of St. Francis' academy. The
dates will probably be fixed for the last
week in April or first week in May. Dur
ing the fair tiiero will bo two operettas
given , one entitled "The Knhies and tlic
Interviewer ; " the other will be a musical
charade , "Dress Rohear.-.il. " The work
of drilling lias already commenced and
two very enjoyable musical entertain-
munis arc promised in addition to the
other attractive features of the fair.
Senator Sutlon was hero yesterday.
John Bono has gone cast on n goods
Dr. Frank Hanna , of Walnut , was in
the city yesterday.
Claim Agent Lloyd , of the Wabash , was
in the city yesterday.
Frank Shinn , the Carson attorney , was
in the city yesterday.
A. P. Cramei' , of Avoca , took n glimpse
at the Hliius yesterday.
A. S. Clough has gone to Now Mexico
in the interests of Ilico's nursery.
M. D O'Connoll , of DCS Moines , was
in the city yesterday attending the su
Judge Day , of Des Moines. is among
the prominent ) ? called hero by business in
the supreme court.
A. B. Cumminga , of DCS Molnos , one of
the brightest among the younger mem
bers of the bar , is in the city , and will to
day make an argument in the supreme
court in the rehearing of the case of
Palo Alto County vs Thomas Harrison.
Caufmim's New Bontls.
A. W. Caufmini's friends of Avoca huvo
given a now bond for $10,000 for his ap
pearance , and lust evening ho was released -
leased fiom custody and this morning ho
will leturn to his homo in Avoca.
STEAM DYE WORKS.
.Ml Woik Hist CInFB , Olllco In
Mrs , C , L , Gillette's ' Hair Goois Store ,
No , 29 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opp , Pos'ofilce ' ,
THOU. orriCEn. w , n. u. PUSBT .
OFFICER & FUSSY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Council Bluffs Bus
Carriage Transfer Go.
Ijcvvls & A mil , Projis.
I'o'SODKcri and bn-nj.-o ) taken to and from
nil tihlns. llUBies , ( 'milage8 and baggage \rug-
OMB irako connect loin with all trains. Prompt
attention clen to till uullg. Spvcmlratu * to
tlicutrlcal ttunpos And commercial mcu. ( iar-
li'.ijiis ' run ilny uii < l nfght. Ofllcc nt O dcU
llonso. Tclt'i hc > uo 1 $ , Also at IKcbtclo's
liutcl , J.cu\t-oiJc ou tUueUuo-
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DKISUE , WELLS As
Agricultural Implaments ,
Carrlnjfc , Kto , Ktc. , Cquncll IllnlTs , IOWA.
KEYSTONE MANUl ACTUUlN G CO. ,
Corn Shellers , Sialk Callers ,
Dlsoltnrrow . Scoilor Corn I'lantow , Too.l Cat-
tew , iio. : rnctor.v , Kotk Kulli , UN.
No . _ lf01 , 1571 , IfjOi , r > 37 Mnjil St , Council lllilffi.
i)7\.vin niuiiTiY : k coi
Mnniit'rsunl Jnbliors ot
Agricultural Implements.Wagons . , Bugles ,
and nil Un Is ot 1'nrm Mio'ilnirr.
11UO to 1113 South Miiln Street , Council Illults ,
I'.O.ai.miov , T. II.Uomir.is , ( Ire r. WiuaiiT.
l'ici.XTrcn < . V.-1'ros JcMnn. 803 .VCounsol.
Council Bluffs Handle Factory ,
JInnufnclitioisor Axle , I'ifk , Sloljro nod Smill
, of ci cry description.
COUNCIL HLUl'FS CAU1MCT CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Clollis , Ciirtnln rixlurci , Uphol tcry ( looJs ,
Ktc. Na 103 llroudtvny Council Illulfs ,
C1DAIIS , 1011ACCO , K1C.
PEREJOY ( & MOOUE ,
Wholesale Johbois In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes ,
Nos. 28 Main find L'7 1'emlSU. , Council lllulls ,
SNYDER & LEAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants ,
No 141'oirl St. , Council lllulfa.
McCLUlUi CRACKER CO. ,
IlUlurl cturcl3 of
Fine Crackers , Biscuits and Ca ei ,
Count il Jlliiffii , luwa.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
Importers & Jobbers of Crockory.GIasswan .
Lnnips , Fruit .Ima , Cutlery , Stonewiiro. ll.tr
Ooods , 1'micy Goods. lUc. Council Hlulfsi ,
HARLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists ? Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Sundries. IHo. No. J Mnln St. , and
No. 211'curl St. , Council Illulfs.
M. E. SMJTIIJ& CO. ,
Idiporters and Jobbers of Dry Goods ,
Notions , Kte. Nop. lisltnd fU Mnlu St. , Nos. 113
and in I'cail St. Council Illuirs , luuii.
O.V. . J5UTTS ,
Wholesale California 'Fhits a Specialty
General Comtnlss'onr/ . 5U JJrondwny ,
WIRT & lUQUl-yivrE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. 10 and 18 Pcatl St. , Council HlutT ? .
GRONEWEG & SCHOENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 117 , 119 and 121 , Main St. , Council UlutTa ,
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wliolesalo Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Broad
way , Council lllulTa.
r. c. DK VOL ,
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
HcfrlKCrators. etc. Nos. 591 llroadway , and 10
.Main street , Council lllnffs.
11A11XESS , KTC.
UECKMAN & CO. ,
Manufacturers of and'Wuolcsalo Dealers In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , fitc.
No. K5 Main St. . Council DlufTs , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. St2 and 314 Ilnmdway , Council lllulfs.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Block , Council Illuirs , Iowa.
HIDES AXD WOOL.
D. It. McUANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
TallowWool , I'olts.Oit-asoand I'ura Council
ItlullH , Iowa.
COUNCIL IJLUJ-'FS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline
E3TO. i ZP IO.
S. Theodore , Agent , G'imiiuU Illuirs. Iowa.
' LUMUElt , 111iyQ * , KTC.
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A. OVERTj-QN , * CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
Ami Ilrldyo Material SpeclRNlPg.Wliolusalo Lum
ber or all Kinds. Oillce No , 1JO Main St ,
Countll Illuirs Iowa.
JOHN IUNDEU ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agent for St. Gottbarrt's HLTJ ! Hitters. No. 13
Main .St. , Co\inc \ | | lilulls.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Kit uu Main St. , Cuuni.ll
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice ol1 the Peace.
Ofllco Over American Express Company.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
MANUrACTL'llEll AND CEALEll IK
[ No. 337 Broadway , Council Bluil * .
To the Public
Circumstances beyond our control
liavo tlelnyeil the closing out of our en
tire stock us wo Imil purposed.
Tlio approaching season of spring
trade finds us with a goodly stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets , some lines de
pleted but cleared of undesirable goods.
Hchigln the dry goods business wo
know of no bettor place to continue the
same than in Council HltiU'H. We shall
therefore re-stock every department
with new and seasonable goods. Our
Jir. E. E. llnrkncs * , is now making pur
chases In eastern markets , and we shall
soon have a
To ofTur our customers. Our carpet de
partment will be complete with the new
Body Brussels ,
Etc. . Etc. , Curtains and curtain goods
from domestic and foreign markets.
We have already on our tables the
choicest select ions sf Swiss and Ham
burg embroideries ever ofl'ercd in the
city , ano an excellent assortment of
white goods to which wo shall make
We thank our many patrons for their
favors and good will in the past , and
we shall ciuloavor to merit the same in
the future , by attention to their inter
ests , and by good goods and \\e invite
autocall and examine our new pur
chases before buying in other markets.
Council'Bluffs , Iowa.
Kugs , Mattings ,
Wholesale and Retail.
Spring HUM ! Our stock is now com
plete and contains the newest designs
and colorings in all grades of Carpets ,
Curtains , Rugs , Upholstery Goods , etc.
POPULAR PJtICKS 3Iall orders at
tended to promptly. Fine Upholstery
Work to order.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPETS CO. ,
Locking Bracket for Fences
AND OTHnit HAILS , HOD3 , ETC.
FENCES BUILT WITHOUT NAILS.
Any pint rcndlly tnkcn out or joplaced. 1'or
picket or i all fciios" , Iron or wood , cannot bo excelled -
celled lor lailing of any sou. Tor paitlculurs
\rrllo C. J. BUC'KMAN , linentor.
State and county rights lor sale.
ONION TICKET OFFICE
A , T. ELWELL , Agent ,
No. GOT Broadirnr. Council Dluffs.
Railway Time Table ,
The following la tlio time of arrival and
doimrturoof trains by central standard time , at
tbe local depots. Trains loiivu triiiibfordnpot ton
minutes onrllor and arrive ton minutes later :
0:20 : A. M . flll | | luid ijprc'a ; . nMi' : . M.
l"40l > M.- L'co" " " ° l'utlo11 . 4'iOl' : . Jl.
UMPM ! ! . Kxpross . U:05A. : M.
CIIICAK ) & liriCK 16IAND.
0-30A.M . . . MiillandlJarprcfiS . 0Wi : ) > .M.
7-i.iA. M . Accommodation . ulrir. : M.
C'LUV.M . EipresH . UU5A.M. :
CUIUiUO. Mll.WAUKKK * BT. I'AUt ,
0:20 : A. M . Mull and Uxpross . D:50i' : , M.
0-WJr. H . Kxpri'SB . U.05A.M.
CIIIOAOO. iiiniMNaroN ft
OHOA.M . , . Mull and Uxpitas . ilMp. :
C.bOr.M . i\pii : s . U:05 :
WAIIASII , HT. 1.0UIi& J'ACIMC.
SilTiP.M Local St.liOUlsKxiiroisUH'al .
U,00 p.M.Transterbt. Ixjuls ljt.Tiaiisrc-r.l ! : W i' . u
KANSAS CllV.bT. JOB * COUM'll. IILUKM
1010A. ; > . Mail and Kxprt-bb . ftilOi'.M.
11:051' : . M . Kxpress . . . OiSjA.u.
BIOUX CITV * i-Aciria
7:15A.xi : . . . Sioux City Mall . 29' ' . M.
0aui' : . i . fit , I'aul tixprttog . a:2oA.u. :
10:3fiA.M : . loii\er UxprefS . .5 : l' . M.
8:1 : Jr. ii , . .Lincoln l'iiEs.,0111. it K. V..2.05 r. t.
7Wr.u : . Uvurland Kinross . , bl5A.M. !
DUMMV TIIAIMJTO OJltllA.
Ixavo ; Council Illilira 7:05-BiW-'J : : : W-10tO- :
11'JU : u. m. ; lJO- . > : ao.tJfi : : - -5J5-niJ- : :
fcsr.-lliU p. in. Sunclui8-7.05-8JJ-U.'jO- : ' a.
in : 2J'i : ' , J.IO-Di'- : ' i .W-llljp. : in , LeiuoOnw
ha-fll : -7:15-8.50-10:00-ll : : : ( ) a. in llKl-JUa- : :
iUO-l:00-'i.OO-0:05 ir.-ll:10 . : . . Sundays
: : - : - : - : : p.m.
-4)i5-7:60-s:4'n.oOn. : : m. ; a.OO -J.OO-5.W-
0:05 : 8:15-11:10 : : p in. _
Farm at a Bargain.
Well Improved faun of 107 acres lor sale ;
2J < f miles fioui Council UluiK Aildiess
IKA SCOHKLD ,
la Council Illulla Uavlnir
Fire Esoap ©
And all moaern Improvements , call bojii , ut
Hlurm bells , etc. . Istbo
VMJQSTON HO USE /
No * . 215 , 17 ttud 213. Main Str.iut ,
X ilOHN , I'roprlutor.
Z.T. LINDSEY&CO. ,
RUBBER BOOTS ,
SHOES AND ARCTICS ,
Rubber and Oiled Clothing
And Eastern Prices Duplicated. Write
Storehouse and Salesroom , 41 N. Main St , Office 412 Broadway ,
131-u.ffs , -
Ilrlclc bullillnjrof nnv Kind rnlscil or moved and satisfaction guaranteed. Vramo houses movoJ
onl.itllcGiant trucka Ilia best In the worlJ.
803 Eighth Avenue and Eighth Street , Council Bluffs.
NOTICE. Special nclvcrtlsomonti , such us
LoBt.FounJ , To litnu , I'j * S ilo , To Itont , Wnntl
nonrdluffctc. , will bo InsortoJ In this columnnt
tliclow rate of TEN CUNTS PRH LINE for tha
flretlnsortlon ami FIVE OBNi'3 PUll LINK for
cncli auhaofiucnt lusortlon. Leave ii'lvortlss
mcntsat our oiflco , No. IS Pearl atioot , niur
Bro.id\vuy , Council lllulTJ.
I\7ANTCD A phi lor trcnt'iiil hciugauntk In
? > a bimill riinnly. Apply at 17.11 limit Ina > .
ITKlll SAt.i : Old n.ipors. In iiuantltlcs to suit ,
J ? * tit Itoo olllco , No. I" 1'cml btroc-t.
TTUMl KENT Five loom ooltiitrc. Iiiciulioiit
.C 1JO rouitb sticLt , or ol JloMlckun , alO
T\7AN'PKD A tellable solicitor mid policy
> T wiltor , lie tun u\vu \ bomK IViinanoiil
Hiluatioii. Aildicas by letter , F. J. Day , Council
SWAN & WAMCr.i : , Na. 1)3 ) Main stioet ,
( under Cltl/em's Hunk ) , leal rstatu mm inor-
chrtndl oe\emiio ! ! brokers. Our books are tull
ol ppediil Inn wain * , but It la Impossible to pub
lish a rolmblo list fi om tlio fuel of so man } ilnlly
miffCB. What wo ask la : If jou want to neil
ti.iiloaiutliliijT In our line , write us anil wa
will semi jou n pile of bai alns to select from.
Lands Impioveii 01 unlnipioved , city or ton n
ptoportysto'ks ol Kooils or any kind In any
plate. It gut-h you bavo or such you want let us
lieui from you. Sw.m & Walker Council ( Units
Manufacturers of all olzosof
Kspcclully Dc ilnnd for Itiiiinln ?
MILLS , GKAINiELKVATOllS ,
AND ELKCTIUC LIGHTS ,
Tubular and Locomotive Boilers.
New Mtissillou Threshers.
Corey ami Woodburj' Horse Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC.
Factory Massillou , 0. Branch House
510 Pearl St. , Council IHnlft.
SEND FOR 1880 ANNUAL.
THE CARTER WHITE. LEW CO.'S '
Strictly Pure Lead , Zinc and Oil
Am just as ropicsentod , fii-o fiom adultera
tionun < l thuiiy beet nianufactuiuil , a ftu.t
that can bo hulisiuiuiutoj by attunl coinpan-
eons , 1'or tnlo by
S. H. KELLY ,
Dealer in Drugs , Paints , Oils , Etc.
OO7 Haiu Street , Council BUdfu.
KIEL SALE STABLES !
und M'lles kept ronstantly oil band ,
for fnld fit H-liUI OP in carloads.
Ord r promdtly tilled by contract ontlioit
iiovl.o. ( bioeU soUl on ( .oinnilr.-ion.
dlll.LMKK A. HOM5V , 1'roinlctiiri.
Etnbio Cornir 1'iftb Ari-uuo auJ i'ourtU Jt.
I wish to icspoctfully c.ill tlm attention of my
patrons and tlio public In ( 'cmnul. to my lomo *
val tiom the old btund Nos. 7 and n. Main St. ,
to my uon and commodious
No. 226 Broadway ,
Where I will bo pleased to POO my many fi lonrts.
V i Itli ularKo , nuiv uud eomploto ussoi tmunt of
And beliiR located In Inrgo quiulers I nra better
than orar bufnic picparod to seno the public.
J. M. SMITH ,
NO 226 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices In Stata niul Federal Courts.
Kooms 7 anil S , Suu'art iJIonlc.
LAMPS and CROCKERY
REDUCED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
No. 2.1 Jfain Street. Council HIufTs. La
B. BICE , M. D.
or othur turn irfl removed without
tlio Unlfo or drawing or blooO.
CHRONIC DISEASES of M kinds a specialty.
Over thirty years' prnctm.il nxioilon3. |
No. 11 I'earl Street , Council lllulTl.
A.C.liUUMiAM , I'IOH. I.W. TuM.Kt s , Vlco-1'rcs.
JAMCH N. ilnow.N.L'usliiur.
Council Bluffs National Bank
102 MAIN STREET ,
Authorized Capital 250,000 ,
Btockholdoro Represent 1,000,000
Do ngcncml Imnklui ; busliuisi.
Arrountsof bunks , bankers , inert-limits , mim-
iirncliiicisiuiUImJIvIcluulu locolvod on fnvoru-
Domestic and foreign oxclmnso.
Tlinvoiybest of attention uitun to all bull
nu gtoininlttod tocuriuto.
I lia > o n ijunntlly of sound , well denned seed
ulilch 1 ollorat luasnnnblu ll uics Howl of llio
cioji of lt-8. ) . CoiKEpondunce Bollt'llcil. J' , Cl ,
I1UTUH , Scluillcr , Iowa. 0 , X N W. ly. !
Horses and Mules
For nil pin poses bought nnd sild , t rolall and
In loin Sovt nty six head of tlm uuy bust
iiuulliy of mules now on lunJ , Council Ululfs
Baggages Transfer Line. \
'Jlus and bi'fe'pux" unions ronaect with nl
tiiilns , tonll hotels , loildcnixs , rip. HpJnlut-
loiiliou to iOM.MiiICIAI.Mi.N' : und TIJKA'J'JII-
CAI. TitOl'l'KS. ' Pioiapt attention fi-un ull
tnlK Ol'ice tit 1'iicllln Iloiist' , T ( Ifjitioiio No
HO ; iiUo Tfltpborio No , i-J at Uj-Jui Jlousu.
K. BKHOROFT , l'roprioto- ! . _
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