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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , THURSDAY. APRIL 8.1835.
THE DAILY BEE
TIJTRSIUY MORNING , APRIL 8.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Ecllvcrcd by carrier In nnjpnrt ot the city nt
twenty cents per week.
II. W. TH.TOX , - . . Manager.
Niniir liniTon , No. 23.
Stubbs , the liatter.
Now spring goods at Rdtor's.
One clmnibcrnmid mid onn nurse pirl
smiled immediately at tliu Pncilic house.
Jake Slionp and Jo(1'reen ( ( ! were yes
terday fined the usual amount for beinc
The boot and shoe stock of Ole Hanson ,
Atlantic , is in the hands of the
Miss Doroy's millinery establishment.
t Atlantic has been closed on a chattel
K. E. Stiibbsnow occupies tlio residence
of Alderman Slmgart , on First avenue
niiil highlit street.
'I'he police force is gradually coltim ?
uniformed. Tncro is not mitcfi fuss or
feathers about them but lots of business.
Alexander & McGedion , at Atlantic ,
have dissolved , and Mr. Meeehon ( ! con
tinues the general merchandise business.
Montgomery & . /one. / " , druggists at
Atlantic , will on May 1 d'ssolvo ' part
nership. Mr. Jones Is to continue the
II. A. Rninl is negotiating for the store
No.118 Hroadway , formerly occupied by
llrnryhisemanin which to open the fruit
and confectionary business.
I'he Omaha Doiitnl Association. Dr.
Ilnngliawoiit , manager , have opened and
lilted up a handsome siiilu ot rooms at
No. 2.'M IJroadway. 1 heir advertisement
appears in another column.
James Nicoll and Miss Kli/abeth Gil-
burl were hapuily joined in marriage on
Tuuhdnj * evening at the residenei ! of Mrs.
M. L. tiliinn , the ceremony being per
formed by Kev. A. K. Hates.
There was one short of n quorum yes
terday , and the council adjourned to
mcnt this afternoon at H o'clock , at the
old stand. The council will meet as a
board of equalisation at 13 o'clock.
The other day , after losing sjoO out of
his vest pocket while going from Justice
Hendrieks' ofllco to his own store , J. L.
Korman found bis lost moaoyon the side
walk in front ofj Henry Kisoman & ( Jo's.
The CongrogationalUts and tlicir
friends arc to have a social this evening
at the residence of E. K. Harkncss , No.
( ! ! ! ) Willow avenue , the entertainment to
bo by Mrs , E. E. Ilarkness , Mrs. Shepi-rd
and Airs. Cowles.
Sheriir Reel has arrived in Montana ,
where ho went afler Wallbridge , the
traveling man for Kirsohl ifeCo. , arrested
there for enibe//lement. The shorill' and
his prisoner arc expected to arrive hero
The Women's Christian Temperance
union has decided to have a sociable and
entertainment in the store room lately
occupied by Air. Kisoman , the time being
jixed as next Saturday evening. All are
invited to attend , ami a pleasant time is
On Tuesday evening a pleasant birth
day surprise was given Miss Ida Pollen-
trete , of Chicago , at the residence of her
mint , Mrs. Minnie Pfeill'er. The young
lady was the recipient of numerous pres
ents , among which was a set of diamond
Mrs. N. J. McCabe has commenced an
notion for divorce from J. W. AlcCabe.
She charges him with being untrue to
her , and with having broken down her
health by his actions , and that at last ho
deserted her He was former.y a letter
carrier here , and disappeared about two
Heal estate begins to bo more active
than it has for some time past. F. J.
Day , s an instance , has sold three houses
and lots during the past week , the Farnsworth -
worth property.on Uenton street ; a house
and lot to J. T. Anderson ; another on
lienlon street to another party ; and has
Bov""Hothcr sales about ready to close.
Thoso\yho have pt-ew C " " ' \ CI2 to I'W
the costs in the fight against the cemo-
tcrv , have got the amount reduced mate
rially by many of the witnesses agreeing
not to claim the fees to which they would
legally bo entitled. Much of the costs
were on account of expert witnesses ,
many doctors being sworn , but many of
these have concluded to throw oft" tlicir
costs. This will make tlio burden con
siderably lighter , and reduce the amount
from about $000 to a little over $200.
W. lluchanan , of Buchanan & Wilson ,
Omaha , was in the city yesterday , after a
young married man who , it is alleged ,
had disposed of some mortgaged Jew
elry. It appears the young man had be
come infatuated with a "lady of the
town , " and has squandered considerable
money on her , bcMdcs making his "mash"
presents of jewelry , etc. , for which ho
had not fully paid. When met face to
face with his creditor , lie completely
withered and bogged to have it kept from
the public for his wife's account.
1'rofessor Hlonrdo continues to give
high wire exhibitions for a most worthy
cause. Ills walking on n wire at the gid
dy height of the tallest business blocks ,
shows marvelous daring and much skill.
He is devoting the proceeds to the benefit
of the little Winchester boy , in order to
enable the little fellow to purchases an ar
tificial limb. The public should bo us
generous as the daring performer , and
the proceeds should easily bo made snfli-
clontly largo to accomplish the charitable
purpose for which the exhibitions are
given , and to also repay the performer
A night clerk in one of the hotels hear
ing that certain parties were planning to
Assault him. for u real or fancied griev
ance , prepared for such un emergency
by borrowing a largo revolver , all
loaded , llu confidentially explained the
situation to ono of the policemen , and
cautiously showed the o 111 cor the weapon
with which he expected to defend him
self. The ofllocr discovered that the
revolver had been loaded with blank
cartridges , and it then leaked out that a
tib was being put up on the young man
y which it was expected that ho would
bo provoked Into shooting , and the
teasers would have n pocket full of fun
RS them worn no balls in the cartridges
to do any damage.
Ono young man , who hndbenn outlato ,
Booing his best girl , in returning through
JJayliss park , was startled by seeing two
men stnndjng at the entrance , evidently
waiting for him. Ono stood on each side
of the entrance , and at once ho con
cluded they were highwaymen waiting to
close upon him as soon as lie should get
between them. Ho stopped about lifty
fcol away , pulled his trusty gun , and was
preparing for battle , when ono of the two
Epokc to him , and ho made the happy
discovery that they were two policemen.
The now police force docs not seem to
rcnlizr that tlin Kitrlit of police after dark
is en unusual to many citi/cns , that they
nre liable to lighten a gooi ! citizen into
dropping down with heart disease. They
should break it on the public gently , un
til folkn get used to seeing policemen on
their beats. _
, - Wo AroWUh Von !
" " 'The only Chicago. A .Northwestern
* 'ticket oillce has removed to No. 42 1 ISroad-
wnyVabash ( oillce ) and tickets are there
lolil to Chicago and all principal poiuU
JJIbt. J. 0. MlTCllKI.I. ,
THREE SUSPICIOUS PROWLERS' '
One of the Trio Captured at the Point
of a Gun.
CHANGES IN THE CITY SCHOOLS.
Dollies of Hie County Hoard Tlie
ItllifTV Part In the Omalm Mil-
Hlcnl Festival Honey Creek
A aildnltrlit Prtiwler.
About 1 o'clock yesterday morning
Captain Anderson , of tlic merchant's
police , noticed three suspicious acting
fellows prowling about in the vicinity of
the Masonic temple and along Bancroft
street. Ono of them seemed to be exam
ining Harkncs.s Bros.'store , and from the
way the fellows acted it seemed that a
burglary or other mischinf was brewing.
Seeing the ollicur they scattered , and
Anderson kept after one of them , and
overtook him near J. T. Stewart's rcsi.
tlcnce. Hi ) called on the fellow to halt
nnd throw up his hands , but the fellow
tried to pull a revolver , and threatened
to piereo the ollieer full of holes. Ander
son had him covered with his revolver n
little too quickly to allow him to pull his
revolver , and marched him to police
headquarters. He there gave the name
ot George Rvaii. Ho had a revolver , but
little else. He was sent to jail for three
days , and before the expiration of that
time further information collect ning him
will possibly be gained. , lt Is thought
that he is an important captureand , that
ho was nipped just iu lime to prevent a
burglary. The police are on the lookout
for Hie iwo olliers , but they have probably
llown ere this.
Embroidering and .stitching of all kinds
done to order at the Domestic sowing
machine parlor , No. 100 Main street.
There has been as yet no identification
of the body of the man found dead iu
Honey Creek. There is a supposition
that he was Thomas Purcell , of La Plata ,
Neb. Last winter Mr , Purecll was in tile
city , and spent two days here with George
Altby , who lives near the gas works , On
January 2 ho lott here in search of work ,
going on foot along the line of the North
western railway , intending logo to Mis
souri Vnllay and then crossing into Ne
braska , if be should fail to lind employ
ment on this side. The body found was
that of a young man about thirty years
of age , four feet live inches in height ,
weight about 2-10 pounds , sandy hair .mil
beard , and short moustache. He was
dressed in black pants , a long patch on
both legs , brown cottonade shirt , black
sack coat black vest , dark brown over
coat , stoga boots , and red cotton hand
kerchief about his neck. Nothing was
found i ; his pocket except three matches.
Do you intend painting your house this
springy If you do , get the Carter White
Lead company's strictly pure lead , /.me
anil oil prepared paints. They are
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.
For sale by S. 11. Kelly , 5S7 Main street.
Clinn < ; cs Ainnnj ; Teachers.
A number of changes have taken place
in the corps of teachers in the public
schools , caused by resignations cliielly.
Miss \Vycofl' takes Miss Jelleris1 place in
the fifth grade of the Hill school. Miss
.TcfTeris takes the place heretofore occu
pied by Miss Fail-man in the Pierce street
school. Mrs. J. J. Stuart , who has been
serving as substitute , now takes Miss
Hrooks' place in the Bloomer building.
Miss Cali'al , who has also been serving as
substitute , takes the place of Mrs. Collis-
lor in the lirst and second grade of the
Hill school. Miss liarstcw has been
chosen as a substitute teacher. Mi.su Swan
has been changed from the old Pierce
street school to Miss Bull's place in the
now Tierce street school. Miss Bell takes
the place of Miss Foray the , resigned ,
fourth grade in the now Pierce street
Money to loan on city and farm prop
erly at 0 and 7 per cent interest , by F. J.
v successor to Odell & Day , No. U'J
The County IJonrd.
The county board of supervisors con
tinued their session yesterday. It was de
cided to grant to J. II. Ott , of Walnut , a
county permit to sell intoxicating liquors.
Thcro had been filed some protests
and petitions against the granting of this
license , but after examining into both
sides the board concluded to give it.
A number of bridge matters were con
sidered yesterday. 'J o-day the letting of
contracts for building bridges wil bo
It is expected that Gcorgo Mann , the
arc'iitcetof the new court house , will bo
here to-day to confer with the board.
The board yesterday checked over the
accounts of mr. Ilardin , supervisor of
the poor , and settled with him.
ilarkness ISrothers will have their
spring dry goods opcniii" on Friday
evening. No goods will bo sold during that
evening. The store will be elosed from
5 to 7 p. m.
" Dr. McLcod , oculist and aurist , No.
502 Uroaihvay , Council '
The following is a list of those Council
HI nil's vocalists who are taking part in
the musical festival to bu given in the ex
position buildinc at Omaha , June 1st ,
under the direction of Prof. S. G. Pratt ,
of Chicago : Misses Julia Ollieer , Lulu
Jones , Addie Horton , Janio H\Klwin : ,
Minnie Miller , Mntio Joslyn , Ida Lilt/ ,
Ilattlo Joslyn , lAn.ia Leonard , Kutio Kd-
inger , Mrs. I. M. Troynor , Mrs. John
( iilmoro , Moswrs. I. M. Troynor. S. C.
Noble , C. H , Staey , K. A. Decker , Cioorgo
Hleo , Kd Fitch. C. L. Judson , E. D. Stacy ,
W. II. Stacy , W. E. Shopord.
Dressmaking , cutting nnd fitting , by
Miss Gleason , Xo. 131 Pearl street.
For the latest style of dressmaking see
Miss Gleason , No. 31 Pearl street.
AVOCA , lown , April 0 , Everything
quiet out this way , save once in a while n
little too much "sixty lights to the gal
lon" urentes loud words , accompanied
with ompltatlo gestures without further
harm or violence.
At the first meeting of the now council
which occurred Monday night , their ap
pointments wore : City inan > lial , J. M.
Long ; night watch , 1) ) , Heller ; treasurer
( to fill vacancy ) , J. W. Davis ; city attor
ney , E. A , Dabcock. The appointments
of the above named gentlemen gives
general satisfaction. Of course there
are seine who are never satisfied , nnd it
is noticeable that those who grumble the
most do not own city property or pay n
cent tax , nnd ten chances to ono live out-
slilo the city limits , and only make them
selves notorious by trying to point out to
our city officials their duties ,
Mr , and Mrs. II. J. Chambers mourn
the loss of their little Eddie , who died
Sunday morning at the residence of E.
Fitcli after n long nnd painful illness.
He was followed to his last resting place
Tuesday afternoon by a large concourse
of friends who dcoply sympathize with
the par.'tits in this their sad bereave-
J. ( . ' . Hetze ] , who win summoned to
Davenport bv telegram to the bfdsiue
of hi ? mother last week , returned home
TucMlay morning , Mrs. Het/.el having
recovered sufllciently to be considered
out of tlangiii' . . ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Cook returned from
Davenport Sunday morning from their
sad mission , that of attending the funeral
of Mr. Cook's mother.
J. II. Green , traveling agent for the
Union Pacific railway , made a JI.VIIIR
trip to Avoca Saturday night in relation
to the excursion from Omaha to Call'
fornla , which ozenrssoon.
Quito : i number of Avoenites arc talk
ing California strong , and possibly f > omo
may go. It certainly would bo a de
lightful trip , and with the elmap round
trip rate Mr. Green gives , there is noth
ing to prc.vent the lovers of travel and
sightseeing from going.
N. 1) . Sanford returned from Chicago
Suiidav morning. , , ,
Mrs. C. II. Norton and Mrs. E. D.
Hoopns were taking in the sights of Had-
Mrs. F.J. ( Het/.iel is visiting her parents
in Wilton , Iowa , this week , while I1. O.
is In Chicago laying in his spring stock
Uncle Foote has been confined to the
honsivfor several days.
J. FLoomis , of Shelby , was an Avoca
visitor ( I'ncsdiiv
Mrs. E. A. Dabcock was in Omaha tn-
day and Saturday.
Mr. McGorrIs"of llarlan , was in town
Tuesday evening , seeing his best girl.
Gcorgie , of Chicago , also lingers near.
So goes the world.
Ilarkness Drothers' spring opening
Money to loan by Forrest Smith.
A. Jackson has returned from
tint we. it.
11. W. Lymnn , of Oskaloosa , Iowa , was
in the city yesterday.
Dr. J. M. Swelnam , of Omaha , was a
DlnlVs visitor yesterday.
W.G. Heron and wife , of Champaign ,
III. , were at the Ogden yesterday.
Mrs. F. W. Miller nnd Mrs. 11. S. Gilc ,
of Taeifie Junction , were in the city yes-
tuiday on a shopping I rip , ami stopped at
the 1'aeilie house.
A. J. Glass , of Jnnesville , Wis. , was
here yesterday looking after the interests
of the Agricultural Machinery Manufac
turing company , of which he is manager.
A. H. Honoycut and wife , of Spring-
view , Neb. , were in the citv ' yesterday
visiting friends here , and loft 'last evening
for Iliulan , to see friends there , after
which they will return home.
"Shadows of a Great City" company , are
at the Ogden house.
Charles Morris , the popular salesman
for M. E. Smith & Co. , has just returned
from his northwestern trip. Charles
wears a cow-boy hut now , and judging
from appearance it is suspected that he
bought an interest in a cattle ranch.
Prince's "Plea.s-int Purgative Pellets"
arc perfect _ preventives of constipation.
Inclosed in Tghiss bottles , always fresh.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
estate loans. J. W. & K. L. Squire , 101
Pearl street , Council Binds.
London Times : For many years the
richest individual in all Dnssia was llerr
SU'ijiliU. When he retired trom affairs ,
in lyiiO , he hold pioiwly to the value of
nearly -,000,003. I5ut the richest men
in the land of the C-/MV at the present
limo are the two Noble brothers. They
control more petroleum than any other
concern in the world. Their wealth is
really beyond calculation , though a cor
respondent thinks thnt 80,000,000 is not
an extravagant estimate.
It is to the Rothschilds , however , that
belongs the honor of being richest among
men. Their united properties pass even
beyond the millions. In the last twelve
years they have loaned to certain Euro
pean governments nearly 00,000,000.
Their lordly power is shown in a modern
instance. In 1830 the Prussian govern
ment demanded an indemnity of 5,000-
000 from the city of Frankfort. The head
of the Itolhschililhonso in that city sent
or i tb Count liismarck that if an at-
tempVwas ma.i'o. ! ? foru
would break every bank in . . _ .
Bismarck was compelled to give way. In
terior only to the Rothschilds arc the
Baring brothers , vho have "at instantan
eous command" iOO.000,000.
Among the richest of moderns is the
czar of Russia , who enjoys from his per
sonal estate an income of $2,000.000.
There are several noblemen in England
who have immense wealth at tlicir com
mand. The dukes of Ducclcuch , Devon
shire nnd Norfolk and the marquis of
Dute have each of them rent-rolls of
-100,000 , per annum. The duke of Portland
who died recently , left unentailed prop
erty of over 2,000,000. , The greater
part of his palace was constructed under
ground. His banquet hall , ball-room ,
riding-school , nnd a numoer of superb
guest rooms are veritable tunnels , decor
ated in a fashion so splendid as to seem ,
when described , like a story of the Magi.
Richer oven than any of these million
aires is the dukq. of Westminster , who
undoubtedly has die largest income of
any individual in the world. His fortune
lies largely in tliBUlinmctrically opposite <
regions of London known as the West
End and Seven , .Dials. Ho owns aero
upon acre of the most aristocratic do
main in London , 'and his tenements cover
miles in the worst"1 slums in the world.
His income is said to amount to 10 a
PILES ! IrllTlOS ! PILR3
A sure euro for ' Mud. Weeding , Itohtn
nnd ulcerated PilPl'jias been discovered by
Dr. Williams , ( nn Irnllan remedy ) , called Lr )
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. A single
box has cured the worst chronic cases of y > or
SO years Htumllng. "No one need sillier live
minutes after applying this wonderful sooth
Ini ; medicine. Lotions ami Instruments do
inoro harm thnn Rooil. Williams' ' Indian
Pile Ointment nbsprbs the tumors , allays the
Intense itching , ( iiarticularly at nlclit after
petting warm in bed ) , acts as a poultice , irive.s
instant relict , nml | s prepared only for Piles ,
itching of private pails , ami for nothing else.
SKIN DlduASKH UUKI2I ) .
Dr. trailer's Mafic Ointment cures as by
made , ITmpliw , TJIuck Heads or Grubs ,
iilotches and Kruptions on the face , leaving
thoBKin clearnml beautiful. Also cures Itch.
bait Khetim , Sere Nipples , Sere Lips , and
Old Obstinate Ulcers.
Sold by druggists , or mailed on receipt of
Retailed by Kuhn & Co. . and Schroeter *
Conrad. At wholesale bv U. F. tioodmau.
Detwcen the Acts.
Now York Times : Dnmloy had esj
corted the landlady's daughter to the
opera , and after the first not she said , in
her girlish , insinuating way : "Wouldn't
yon like to step dnt und get n libretto ,
Mr. " "No 1 "
Dumloyy" , think not , replied
Dumloy , wnoso operatic experience was
somewnat limited ; "if a man can't escort
a lady to the theatre without going out
between the acts ho should cither stay at
homo or go alone , "
YThen Baby wu elcli , w g re bet CMtorta ,
When the wu a Child , the cried for Cutorla ,
Wlieii eke bec&me ill s , eke clone t ° Cutoria ,
Whaa iho had Children , the gar * thtiu Casloria ,
i An Ksccutlvc Session.
Washington Cri.itf ! She was Ih
dauglitcr of a senator , nnd her s\\
heart had been to'see her every- night
since Lent had given them time and op-
portunitv. Her father bccnmo somewhat
alarmed * and this numting he called her
Into his study.Yollt papa'she ' said ,
sweetly ) "you sent for me. What is it J"
"My dear ( laughter. " lie replied , "I be
lieve Mr. Blank has icon to sec you
every night for some time p-ist ? " " \ es.
papa. " n'And ho was hero last night ? '
' 'Yes , papa. " "Well , daughter , I want
to know what occurred between you
during vour protracted' interview in the
parlor ; I ask it , my.lihild , because 1 have
especial reasons for wishing to.know. . . "
"Dear papa , "replied the girl with tears
in her eyes , "I do not doubt your right
to ask what occurred there ; but , papa , it
was an executive session ; and , papa , you
would not have mo divulge the secrets of
such a meeting , would yon ? " The old
man said never a word in reply.
Circumstances beyond otir control
have delayed the closing out of our en
tire stock ns we Inul purposed.
The approaching scnson of spring
Ivnilc Ihids us with a goodly stock of
Dry ( tooils mid Carpets , sonic Hues de
pleted but cleared of undesirable goods.
Being In the dry gooils business we
know of no bettor place to continue the
same than in Council Bluffs. We shall
therefore re-stock every dnuartmi'iit
with now uii'l ' seasonable gooils. Our
Mr. E. K. Har'MK'm. is now making pur
chases in eastern niurkcts , and we aliall
soon have uTe
To offer our customers. Our carpet de
partment will be complete with the new
Body Brussels ,
; > J
Etc. . Etc.Curtains.and curtain goods
fromdomestlc and fjarelgfii markets.
We have already on our tables the
clioiccstsclections sf Swiss nnd Ham
burg embroideries ever offered In ( be
city , ane au excellent assortment of
white goods to wliibh we shall make
We thank our many p'atrous for their
favors and good will iri the past , and
wo shnll-eiulcavor to merit the same in
the future , by attention to their inter
ests , and by good goods and we Invite
all to call and examine our. new pur
chases before buying in other markets.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Omaha Dental Associa'n '
Cor. iGtli and Douglas Sts.
FlllInK nt lowest price , with cold , fllvcr and oilier
comblniitlona Gold plulc anil contlnuuus Cum Teeth
eiieclMltj.Best Sots of Teetla. , S ,
Fonncr price IIS. 1'crfect Ht unil bent raalerlul. All
Council BluflPs Office ,
234 BROADWAY , WEST SIDE.
Council Bluffs Bus
Carriage Transfer Co.
Lewis & Anal , Props.
I'afBenKcrs and l > nsz/o taken to and from
all trains , liusscs , cnrrtflir'8 and IJU 'UKO wag-
oiis make connections w li.all trains. Prompt
attention ulvon to all calls. ' Special rates to
theatrical troupes and commercial men. Car
riages run day and night. ' Olllco at Ojrdon
HOUEO. Telephone. 123n Iso at Ucchtulo'a
Hotel. J.eixveoidors oii the Intes.
THE CARTER DTE LED CD'S ' ,
DIAMOND DM AM ) OV
STRICTY PURE IE.DJIRC/HD ( , / OIL
Are absolutely pure. asirejiJosonted. Ono jral-
Ion will cover two hundred and titty Miuaro
feet two coats , and will stay nn longer thun any
other paint manufactured. I'or snlo by
Dealer in Drugs , Paints , Oils , Etc ,
607 Main Street , Council Bluffs.
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
DEERE , WELLS < fe CO. ,
Agricultural ImpleniJiits ,
Carriages , lite , Etc. Council IllufTs , town.
KEl'STONK MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Corn Sellers , Stalk Callers ,
DlscIInrrows , Scpdera , Corn rl.inlcr * , KcoJ Cutters -
tors , lite. Factory , Uock l-'iUla , III * .
Xo . 1MI , nl , 1.W , 1W7 Mnlu St. , Council lllulTs.
"DAVID iniADLKY'iit co.1
Mnn'tf'rs n Uobbers of
Agricultural ImplementsWagons , , Buggies ,
C rrlngp , ami all klnl ? of Tnrm Mno'ilnrr. .
1100 to lll'J South Main Street , Council lllnir-t ,
I'.O. UI.KASON , T. H.n.itmt. a , UEO.P. Wiiintir.
1'ros.ATrcns. V. > rros.JL'M.tn. Sii3.&Couuscl.
Council BlaTs Haidlo Factory ,
( Itieorporalcd. )
Mnnufaclurcrsof Axlu , 1'lek , SloJiro and Snnll
llauillr < i , of ovrry doscrlptloii.
COUNCIL HLUFFS CARPK'L' CO. ,
Carpets , Cartains , Window Shadas ,
Oil t'loths , Curtain Klttiirc < , t'plml tory Hoods ,
Etc. No. 493 llronihvay Council
dOMis , ron.icco , KTC.
I'ERE(5Y ( ( ) & MOORE ,
Wholesale .lobbcr ? In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Nos. S3 .Main and 27 1'carl Sts. , Council
SNYDER it LKAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Mechut3.
Xo. Hl'eurl Pt , Council IlluT * .
McCLURCr CRACKER CO. ,
Fine Crackers , Biscuits aai
Omtirft ninff , loic l.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
Importers & Jobbers of Crockery .Glass . wara
Lamps , Fruit Jan , Cutlery , SUmuwnro , liar
< ! ooils Fancy ( Joods. Btc. Council lllutTs ,
J1ARLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggist * ' Sunilrips. Kte. Xo. 22 Main St , nnd
No. 21 I'earl St. , Council llluirs.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods ,
NotionsKtc. Nap. 112 nml III Mum St. , Nos.li : )
and 113 Pearl St. , Council HlnUs , Iowa.
( ) . W. 1HITTS ,
Wholesale California Fruits a Specialty
General Commlip'on. No. 5U liroadway ,
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 1 nnd 18 Pearl St. , Council IlluOV.
GRONEWEG & SCIIOENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 117 , 119 nnd 121 , Main St. , Council llluffa ,
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Hroad-
way , Council IllulTs.
P. C. DE VOL ,
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
llcfrigeratorp , etc. Nos. 504 liroadway , and 10
Main street , Council lllulfs.
HA11NESS , ETO.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Manufacturers of nnd Wholesale Dealers In
Leather , Harness , SaddleryEtc. , .
No. 525 Main St. . Council llluffg , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS. ETC.
METCALF imOTIIERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps aud Gloves.
Nos. UI2 and 311 liroadway , Council Illuffs.
ICEBLINK & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council lllutrs , lown.
HIDES AND WOOI- .
1) . H. MoDANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , I'elts.Oreaaonnd Furs Council
IllulTs , Iowa.
COUNCIL IJLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholcsalo Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gisollna
E3TO. , E3TO ,
6. Theodore , Atfont , Council UlufTs. Towa.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
And llrld o Material SpoclaltlsWholosaUi Lum
ber 01 all ICImls. onico No. iW : Main St. ,
Council lllutl's. Iowa.
W1XES AND LIQVOnS.
JOHN LINDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Aifcnt for St. Oottharo's Herb Hitters. No. U
Main St. Council Illutla.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
JVo GOO Main St. , Council IHufft ,
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Express Company.
Farm at a Bargain.
Well Improved farm ot 10T acri-8 lor sale ;
ah. from Council Hlulfs. Addrcsa
IU A SCOKlliLl ) ,
Hrlck li.ilUhu nnvkltul inlsrri nr moved nml satisfaction Riiaratitcod. I'mmo houses wovoil
cnt.UlleUlu.it trJokj-llia b t In the wor'.l.
808 Eiglilh Avcuno and Eighth Struat , Council Ulufft.
Norton. Special advertisements , MioH at
LostFounil , To Iota , Fo-Silo , To llant , WiinM
Bcmrdlnff.etc. , will bo Imortod In tlih column At
thclowrato ot TBS CKtfTS 1'Klt UNK for thj
flrstlnsortlon * ncl F1VB Cli.Vr-S 1'Wll MNU for
Rch Hilbaiiuunt Imortlon. Loivo nlvortln
oiQzo No , 11'oarl -
mcntpat our , - sti-oot , noir
llroadwny , Council Illnirs.
"V\7ANTKt ) A pon.1 nM to do IIOIHU \ \ irk
> > No. 711 Seventh street , Council lllntTs
imMKMUKH TlmnL'on nclllo riillrrnit
Jl lntul uro the inobt doMnililo cheap uxrl-
cultural luiiils In the nun-hot. I'or limps uiul
Intonimt Ion or loud i < u > uit < lon tlrkiMx npply to
W. r , Stacy. Special AKTIII t' . I' . H. II. Lniitl Do-
pmtmciit , No. U , .Mil In btrcct Council Illuir ? .
VANTHIl-rooU. Aliplyto II. 0. 111111111101111 ,
T > supt. ln t. 1) ) . and . , Council limns.
1710K HAU' Old iinpcrs , In qniuititlos to suit ,
JU nt llco olllcii , No. 1" I'ourl strci't.
HUNT 1'ivii loom cottiiKo. lniiilrcnt |
KT ) Fourth strcut , or of McMlckun , Illtl
SWAX WAI.ICKIt , No. ! W Main strcot ,
( under Cltl/.oa's Ili nk , real cstntu HIM IIRT-
clinndiou\ehniifrolirol | < ors. Our bonks nro lull
ol'spccinl linrKiiln" , but It U Impoxtllilu to iiuh-
I Nil u lollidili ) ll.-'l from the fnt't of so nruiy iiullx *
cliiuiBos. Wlmt wo usk Is : If you want to teller
or trnilo anything In our line , wrltu IH niiil wu
will send you u plo | of biuvnlus tn select from.
I. mills linprnvuil or uiiiinprovo'l , oily or town
property. * tosks of ffna.U ol any kltiil In itny
plncc. 11 such you have or such you want let in
iicur from von. Strim & Wnlkor Council Hlulfs
I luivo u iiuniitlty of fcoiind , well denned sco.l
which I oner nt rcnnimbla flsurce. tlocd of the
crop of IbSi. Corrcsiwmlunce solicited. F. G.
r.IJTI.l'lt , Hchulli-r , lown. C. & N. W. Uy.
Railway Time Table ,
The following Is the time of arrival nmj
departure of trains by central standard time , nt
the lociil depots. Trillin louvo tranifor depot ton
minutesnurlicr nml urrlvo ten minutes Inter :
IKl > -
t KOUTIIWWTOII .
0:20 : A. W Mull unil Uxpress 0:50 : P.M.
1":40P : M Accommodiillon 4.Vt : ) > . M.
CfOP. : M Kxprot-8 9aiA. : v.
CIUOACO A HOCK ISLAND.
? " . ! A. M Mull nml KvprcM 0:501 : . M.
7-I5A. M Accommodation fiurip. M.
C-tO P. M Kxprcss U:03 : A. M.
CIIIUAI1O. MII.WAUKKR& ST. PAUL ,
(1:20 ( : A.M Mull nml Kxpress ilr : > 0p. M.
CJUP.M Kvprcss UOJA..M. :
CIIIOAOO. nuin.iNiiroN QUINCV.
HIO * . M Mall mid Express U"OP. :
U:50p.M : , . . . .Uxpross 1):03 ) :
W.MHSII , ST. I.OIIIS * PAIMKIC.
1:15P. : M. Local St. l.oula Kviiross Local
UUP.M.Translcrtit. : ) I-oui-sKx.Trnii4fur.ii : : > 0 P. M
KANSAS OtTV , ST. JOE It COUNCIL IH.UFKS
10:10A.M : Mail mid Express riip.M. : : ; )
flil'Dl'.M ' IJxprcss Cr &A.M.
sioex CITV & PACIFIC.
7:15A.M : . . .Sioux City Mull S.10p. : St.
( itlflll'.M .St. I'HUl Express 8ijA. : : .
JOiIViA. M Denver Kxpress 5:45 : P. M.
Jia : p. M..Lincoln lM89.Om. & H. V..2iB : v. M.
7:50p. : u Overland Express 8:15 : A. M.
DUMMY Til KINS TO OMAHA.
LcnvoCouncil Muffs 7:05-8:03 : : U10:35 : : : -
11:30 : a , in. ; 1:30 iaO : ii-'M t-M 5:15 : ( ! : JO
b:4.ri-ll:45 : i ) . in. Sumliiys 7:0. : * ) : :1J : UWiu : !
ni ! S'M5:25 : : ! : : ) 0:110 11:43 : p. m. LoavoOma-
ha6lST:35810:00nMn. : : : . m : 1:00-2:00- : :
! i:00 : 4:00-5:03-U)5- : : : ( ) : - : p. in. Sundays
tl:33-7:60-- : : : 11:00 a. m. : U:003:00 : : a:0'J- :
0:03 : 3:15-11:10 : D in.
STEAM DYE WORKS
MRS.C.L.GILLETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No. 29 Main St. , Council Buffs , ) pp. PostofRce.
or other tunvirs removed without
the knlfo or drawing- blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES of U Ui l specialty.
- , , ' ' " " " " "orlonoj.
Over thirty years1 in nut mi . -
No. 11 Pearl Struct , Council lllulis.
"MURDER MOST FOUL"
To Allow Anyone to Die of Diphtheria !
the ia t six years there has nit boon
DITIIINO troiu Diphtheria In any cnso whuru
Dlt. THOMAS .IKI'TUIIIKS' PKKVK.NTIVB anil
CUIIE was iited. It has been the means of saving
ing- thousands of lives and inhrlit have cured
hundruJs of thousands more. Jndlsponsiblo In
putrid sere throiit , in niallsnant shulet fever ,
changing : It In 43 hours to the pimple form. In-
falllblo euro for all Inllaniinatory , Ulccrative ,
Putrid , Cancerous Ulcoratlon of the Womb and
all Carturral conditions. 1'rlco ? - ' .
Full printed Instructions how to mo the medl-
clno sent with It. No doctor required.
Dyspepsia ! Dyspepsia !
Dyspeptic , why llvo In misery , and dlo In dla-
pair with cancer of the stomach ? Dr. Thomas
JelTorlcs cures every case of InOlircsllon and
constipation Inn very short tlmo. Hcst of rof-
nrcnccsKivcn. Dyspepsia Is the cause of ninety
per cent of all diseased conditions. Price f5
I'or two weeks treatment.
From the Council llluirs Dally Herald :
Mrs , K. M. fiorard , wile of Kiurioeor Gerard ,
of the Union Pacific , this city , has been grunt
Biiiroror for many years , with what was sup
posed to bo cancer of the throat. H was so bad
that blio was Ihrealonrd with Btiirvation- Her
general health was completely broken down.
.She could only bwallow liquid food , and ovou
that nor stomach could not dlncst or assimilate.
Physicians of Council lllulfs and Omaha ave
no relief Dr. Ji'lTurU , of tills city , was culled.
In four weeks' tlmo ho cured Imr Ihroal , aud
hua completely icstorcd her ( loncrnl hculih.
Had Mrs. ( Jornrd not obtained relief soon slio
would have died from blood poison , Iho BUIIIO
condition that destroyed the Ilio of Uon , ( Iranf
Dr.Jcircrics'dlplherlamodlcino U Infalllblo In
all kinds of Bore throat.
DR. JEFFERIES' REMEDIES
Can only b obtained at his Oilier.
Ko.-n K. Ultrhlh Ht. . Council Illiilli' , Iowa ,
Or DOIII by Kvpivsa on llocelpt of Prico.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
WQS ! FilADE TO ORDER ,
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
TIIOS. orricBn. n. . PO T
OPPICBR & PUSKY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices tu Stixto ntul Fedor.il Oourls.
Kooius 7 iiuil S , Smum t lilook.
Horses and Mules
For nil purrosos. hoiifiht nirl sold , at lo'nll ' and
In lulfl Lnr e iimntltlcs | to select fioiu.
Gth rirejt , Near P.icific HDUSC , Council Bluffs.
The Highest Market Price
For fill kinds of socondliiuul household
M. nnoHLicn ,
60S Broadway , Council DluiFs.
A.C.llUllNHAM.Pros. I..W. Tui.l.uvd , VIco-l'ros.
JAMKS N. liiiowxCashier.
Council Bluffs National Bank
102 MAIN STBEET ,
Authorized Capital 250,000
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000
Ho n pcncral banking
Accounts of biink , hankers , nicroliants , man-
iil'iicturers and Individuals received on fnvora-
Domestic and foreign exchanja.
The very host of attention given to all busl
ness commuted , to our care.
KIEL SALE STABLES
Horses and Mules kept constantly on hand ,
for pale nt retail or In ear loud * .
Orders promdtly llllod hy contract on short
notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHMJTI2K & I1OLHY , I'roprlctoro.
Stahle Corner Vlfth Avenue and Fourth St
Council lllu ffs lowii.
OZZL , CX-OTZEZ
Rugs , Mattings ,
Wholesale and Retail.
Spring 1886 Our stock is now com
plete and contains ( ho newest designs
nnd colorings in all grades of Carpets ,
Curtains , nits ; , : ' ; ± ? ] stery Goods , etc.
POPULAR PKICES-Mall urnv'2 at'
tended to promptly. Fine Upholstery
Work to order.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPETS CO. ,
Manufacturer * of all sizes ot
Especially Designed for Hunnlnz
WILLS , ( JRAINiELEVATORS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIU1ITS ,
Tubular and Locomotive
New Mussilloti Threshers.
Carey nnd Woodbury Horse Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , KTO. .
Factory Massillon , 0. Bnuich Ifoitso
510 Pearl St. , Council Hluffe.
BEND FOB 1880 ANNUAL.
Cliiiin , ( ; ia = s\vare ami
\v. S , Iloinor&C ) . .
No , as , Jluln SI. , Council IMiittH , In ,
Locking Bracket for Fences
AND OIHUH UAII.S. HOIK JJTC.
FKNCKS HUH/I1 WITIKJUT NAILS.
Any part readily lakon out or lejiliico.I. rue
picket or rail renoiM.iron rwao < laniiot l bo excelled -
celled for railing of uuy sort. Kor pnrtlcillnM
write C. J , ItlCCKMAN , Invoiitnr.
Sliito and county rights I'or sale.
Iu Council Illulls liavluir
And all modern Improvomuatt , cull OuTd , lira
ttlurm belli , etc. , lit ho
VME8TON HOUSE !
Nos.1'15 , ' 'IT aud 21V. Main Stioiit ,
.VAX r.OUN , 1'roprlcto
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