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o THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATURDAY , APRIL 17. 1885.
THE DAILY BEE
SATURDAY MOIIXING , APRIL 17.
01-FICE , NO. 12 , PEAIIL STREET.
riHtcrcd by cnrrlcr In nny pnrtof the city nt
tw tut y ctnts per cck.
II. W.TII.TON , - Manager.
E , No. 43.
NintiT Ilniion , No. JH.
Stiibbs. the liattor.
KPW snnK ) ) goods nt Roller's.
llc.ititiful Easier cards nl
I Innilsonicst Easier cards in Ihc city at
Ladies bear in iniinl the opening at tiio
Parisian millinery hloro April 23 mid 23.
Additional Council Kind's news will be
found on Ihc fifth IKI < XO.
The cnlargciiHMit and improvement of
the city hall is not going forward very
/j , Tt Lindscy is arranging for opening
a branch retail boot and rubber store at
Tim iHnnilanim case of Vincent against
the city is to be heard Monday in the su
Tliero is to bo a special policeman at
tiiu driving park to protect the property
of the association.
All the lateststylcs in bonnets and hats
found at the Parisian millinery store , No.
Permit to marry wns .yesterday given
Herman A. Illinium and Rhonana Lewis ,
both of Silver City.
Ladies see the fine line of ribbons in
Picot edges and gan/.o ell'ects at the Pari
sian millinery store.
Ladies , sec Iho line line of ribbons in
Picot edged and gun/.c ell'eet at the Pa
risian millinery store.
Now that the mud has boon scraped in
piles on the business streets it might be a
good idea to have the dirt liaulnd oil' .
' Tux , " as lie is familiarly known , and
who bus boon no long with the Pluuni.v ,
ha.s bought out the pop-shop known us
The finest Mikado laecs and novelties
of all kinds , ever brought to Council
Hind's , at the Parisian Millinery store ,
C. J. Ucckmnn , the poll tax collector
who has completed his canvass of the
First ward , says he found uvcry business
imaginable represented except a barber
The Mercer case was called up in the
superior court ycsterdav , but on motion
of the defendant , Mrs. rtuhnerilias ! Mrs.
Frank , it was continued until next
Services in the Congregational church
to-morrow morning and evening. Morn-
ingsubiect : "The Hone Unit HringsNo
Shame. " Evening : "When and Why. "
A cordial invitation is extended.
A new iloor is to be laid in the tele
graph ofllee to-day and n new switch
board put in. This necessarily causes
the service to be less satisfactory to-day
than usual , but all will be in smooth
running order by Monday.
In the case of Beecroftvs Lewis yester
day a demurrer to the petition was yes
terday argued before Judge Ayle.iwoith.
This Is the case in which ISeecrolt seeks
to restrain Lc\vis from using on his
'busses a name similar to the one Ubudon
Beccroft'H ' lino.
Preaching at the Baptist church Sun
day at 100 : ! ! 11. in. and 7W : ! o. in. Subject
for the morning : "The Resurrection , or
How do the Dead Rise , " This is the first
'of three sermons on this subject. Bap
tism in connection with the evening ser
vice. Seats free.
A change has been made in the council
committees , by request of the aldermen
nfl'ccted by it , Alderman Bennett bchi"r
placed on the judiciary committee , and
A 1'iovnmii Shugart being given Mr. Ben-
tiVTT ; , - ! ? " - - . - : M0n
nett's ' place on the nimn n . . . . - . . i'-r
Dr. Pinnoy is just recovering from quite
a serious blood poisoning. It seems that
ho had received a scratch on the hand by
n barbed wire fence , and while perform
ing an operation on ono of his patients ,
thus got poisoned through his old wound.
For several days ho has sufl'ered greatly ,
but is now getting the better of it.
A troop of fellows were brought before
Judge Aylesworth yesterday , cnargcd as
vagrants. Ho discharged two of them.
and finding the others guilty , sentenced
them to ten days hard work on tiie
streets , and ordered them to report for
duty next Monday morning. They went
out to hunt ill ) shovels and engage teams ,
and will bo back Monday morning , of
A special train of twelve cars of horses
belonging to Governor Sanford. of Cali
fornia , will arrive this morning. The
horses will bo civcn quarters at the driv
ing park where they will rest for two or
three days. The gates of the park are
open for the public on every afternoon ,
the morning being reserved for the
speeding aim exercise of the horses that
are on the grounds.
There was a dunce Thursday night nt
what is known as James' place on Noith
Eighth street. It seems to have been
rather a lively , noisy ono , but as one of
the witnesses saiil yesterday , "it was as
quiet as usual. " Tliern was a shout for
police , and though thoodicers went there
on the the run did not arrive in time to
BCD who was most to blame for the row.
Three yountr follows , Henry Manning ,
Thomas O'Mally and Jacob McGrew
were arrested. On trial yesterday it
Bccincd impossible to get any evidence
showing there had been any row at all ,
and if there was these prisoners were cer
tainly not the ones who caused it. They
wcro discharged , and the police will look
to the giver of the dances to preserve
better order in the future.
Mayor Chapman has had many appli
cations from parties desiring to bo ap
pointed soecial policemen without eobt to
the city. Ho has wisely decided to ad
here strictly to the rule that none suoh
will bo appointed unless tlioy file a bond
of 11,000 , the mime as regular policemen.
Last year there were complaints that ir
responsible special policemen were thick ,
ami often too important , in their own
opinions , Ono man was shot in the leg
by a special odicer , and it was ascer
tained Unit the hasty odicor had filed
no bond. It leaked out that some of the
regular odicors had no bonds tiled. This
requiring of bond in all cases is another
of the reformatory features of the now
I am maUin ti specialty in this line
this season. Have put in n heavier stock
than over before. Ilavo over 00 styles of
jointed roils in split linmboo , Lancewooil
urn ! other kinds. Everything in baits ,
oiled silk , raw silk , braided Hues , and all
kind of lines. Comu in ttnd see mo. I
will tnku pleasure in showing you the
goods whether you buy or not.
L , U. UHACKKTT ,
No , 233 Broadway , Council Ulna's.
Dr. McLcod , oculist nnd midst , No.
603 Broadwuy , Council Minus.
I have ono of the linest lines west ot
Chicago , My prices will bo ri ht and
quality always of the best. Call und see
jny line. I guarantee you will be satis
fied all around. L. C. IJrnckott , No. 286
For the latest style ot dressmaking sec
Miss Gleasou. No. 81 Tearl street.
LIGHTING BY LIGHTNING ,
A Proposal to Use Eleotio Lamp Towers
in Place of Gas Posts.
THE PHILLIPS CLAIM SETTLED.
Further Doings of the Council-That
Hnmc OKI Chicken Coop Dentil
oT Xonli Mllcr Gobbling
Up n Street.
Iict There l > c
The proposal of Thomas Odiccr to light
the city by electricity will awaken consid
erable discussion and investigation. Tlic
plan proposed is by thetoworsyslem , the
towers to bo about 150 feet high , and lo
cated in different parts of the city , it be
ing thought that six of these will answer
all present needs. Kach tower is to hnvo
four electric lamps. Such a tower thus
furnished will , it is said , throw a light for
a radius of half n mile around ,
It is claimed that such a tower located
near Broadway Methodist church would
throw a light which would reach as far
as Bayhss park , though perhaps faintly
there , but still enough to cause a .shadow.
If another tower were located in Bayllss
park it would throw a light which would
reach to the Methodist church , so that
wherever these circles of light overlapped
they would furnish all the light that
would bo necessary. The cost of keening
.such towcr.s lighted until 13 o'clock
every night would bo $800
each a vear. This would include
the cost of building the towers and all
other expenses. The total cost for six
towers would therefore be $4,800 , which
would be less than the present cost of
lighting the streets. The matter is to bo
looked into by Ihc council. The contract
with the gas company for street
lighting lias expired , and the
city is arranging month by month now
for its lights , so Ihcrc seems nothing in
the way of the new arrangement should
it be deemed more advisable.
It is claimed by some that in the tower
system the streets wliero shadows rest
are daru , and that especially where there
are thick shade trees or largo buildings it
is difficult to distribute the light as well
as by many posts. Whether the tower
system can be made to light up thei glens
and similar .streets lying alongside of
binds is a question which should be carefully -
fully inquired into The council will not
probably act hastily in the mailer ,
although there is a strong feeling favor
able to the proposal.
Thn Same Old Chicken Coop.
The city council has very foolishly
stirred up the old chicken coop contro
versy. Previous councils have fallen inlo
the same error , and have realized their
mistake only after they havn sud'orcd a
great loss of time and religion. John
Short lias kept that chicken coop for
years , in front of his store. War lias
been made upon it every .season. It has
been pronounced a nuisance , and de
nounced as an obstruction to the side
walk. Long hours have been spent in
discussing the intricacies and complica
tions of the question , but John Short has
always come out abend. The chicken
coop has not been taken. The last move
against it has only opened the wound
afresh. Mr. Short has poured a hot vol
ley into the council. Ho has pointed out
to them how ordinances are being violated
lated by others , how lie is annoyed by the
locating next to bis yroycrty of a house
of ill fame , which the city allows to re
main there , so lonjr as the license is paid ;
compelling him to bo annoyed , wliijo the
city gets a revenue from such a business ;
allowing others to violate criminal law ,
and j'ot jumping onto him because ho
has a chicken coop in front of his store.
There scorns no way to clean out that
chicken coop except to get the Methodist
ministers to hojd their next annual con
ference ned , - -
The t/'lty Scales.
It begins to look as if tiio city weigh-
master would have to go into a legal
light if lie expects to get the natural fees
and emoluments of the ofllee to which the
people elected him. The scalps at the
junction of Main and Pearl streets are
doing the business , and they arc owned
and controlled by private parties. The
business men in that vicinity want the
scales located there , and the city docs not
seem inclined to purchase those scales so
long as the city already owns a set lo
cated at the city building. The council
seems to bo in no hurry to order the Main
street scales to bo moved , although they
are located on city property. The alder
men evidently do not care to antagonize
the business men who protest against the
proposed change. The oily weigjimaslor
will probably have to make the light sin-
glo-handcd , and oven if ho should finally
succeed , his term would bo so nearly ex
pired by the time the case was finally de
cided , and the expense would bo so
nearly equal to all the fees of the ollico
as to inako a fight undesirable. It looks
gloomy for the odieial.
Burying the Hatchet.
For years the grade of Bluff street has
been a cause of contention and strife.
No one question lias bothered the aldermanic -
manic brains more than this. It seems
now that the groalcst of Iho trouble is at
an end. The council has decided to set
tle with J. M. Phillips by allowing him
$3,000 damages on account of the change
of grade by his residence property. The
claim of W. W. Wallace has been satis
fied by n change of grade , making a little
rise by his property , and sloping oil' the
street each way from that point. Thoru
are other property owners who are not
exactly satisfied witli this compromise
arrangement , but it is said that all those
who have any nhow for damage suits are
setllcd with , and that now there will bo
no further obstacles in the way of im
proving the street , which can bo imido
ono of the finest residence streets in the
Doings ol' the Council.
At the meeting of the city council yes
terday afternoon Thomas Olliccr made a
proposition to light the city until13
o'clock at night at $800 per year for each
nnibt or tower , and that six such masts
would light the city. Referred to the
committee on fctrcot lighting.
The following articles of agreement
were opened and read , and the auditor
was instructed to draw an order for
$3,250 in favor of JM. Phillips in accord
ance therewith :
J. M. Phillips , of the city of Council Bluffs ,
being the owner of the lots nnd dwelling In
the city of Council Huills. Iowa , occupied by
him ns n hoiiicstond on Jllulf street in said
city , and the said city Imvlng proceeded nu
clei ( lie statute to ascertain said Phillips'
dummies in tlui year Ib3l , by commission of
tlnee appraisers on the account of the vhniige
of Krmlulio awarded the said Phillips
gS.OOO. which ciild awaul was by the council
annulled and t > ctasulu , and the city proceed
ed to lower Bald irnulu known us the IbO'J
ciadi1. When 1'hillips , the owner ot said
property , caused an injunction to Issue re-
stniluiiiL' said city liom lowering said
gnulo until damages were ascer
tained uud paid ; nnd the said
city. by us prouer ofllcers
having settled and compiomUcJ with the
wild Phillips for said damages In the sum of
S'VXA ) , ttliirh said sum is hereby accepted by
.1. .M. Phillip * In full satisfaction anil dis
charge of an cl.iUns , dues and demands of
every kind and manner up to dale that he has
or claims to have ajfalnst the city of Council
UlulTs , liothc same Phillips , hereby agreeing
that this Is a full satisfaction and dlscharse
of all dues , demands nnd claims of damages
or pretended claims of dnninpobp has nunln t
said city up to this date , also that he will sat
lfy tho'deciee nt Injunction In district couit ,
the city to paj the costs.
.1. M. Pim.urs.
Coc.vcn , Bu'FFi , April 10 , ltso.
The appraisers appointed to estimate
the damages claimed by John Limit on
account of Iho alleged change of grndo
on Fotirt i street , reported in favor of
allowing him 5010.150. On motion of
Alderman Bennett the report was re
jected , liio ground stated for the rejection
being that the proceedings were all
lllcp\l ; and void.
The report of appraisers on Iho claim
of J. M. Phillips was not opened , the
claim having been settled.
Mr. Mendenhall. of the Richmond Fire
Alarm company , appeared before the
council and explained some of the work
ings of his system. Hu agreed to make
estimates as to the cost of a plant for
this city and report the same to the lire
The matter of deputy marshal and
police headquarters was referred to the
police committee , to report at the next
meeting , especially on the point as to the
necessity of having two deputy marshals ,
as a night and day jailor ,
The council then adjourned until next
Substantial abstracts of lilies and rca
estate loans. J. W. & E. L. Squire , 10
Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
An Open Letter.
Editor Globe : I iluslro to r.sk what is
the meaning of your editorial attack upon
certain resolutions of the Workingmen's
Progressive association. I am nimble to
understand it. I cannot believe that a
man of ordinary intelligence could draw
such conclusions from the resolu
tions upon careful reading. I fail lo sec
the argument or logical consistency
which is hidden in the mass of billings
gate vou pour out of your ink bottle.
We may have committed an error in act
ing without the advice of the Globe , but if
you will consult the exporieiu'c of your
some time predecessor , Colonel Morgan ,
you will lind sullieicntly analogous cir
cumstances in the corresponding attempts
that worlliy made lo first control , and ,
fulling in that , to kill off Local Assembly
lliW ! , to convince you that ym may
possibly bo in error in attempting with
equal venom and , perhaps , less ability
lo play Iho same role.
Since Colonel Keatley was so summarily
bounced for having such abilities us made
him a formidable obstacle in the way of
ambitious democrats , the principal fea
ture of the editorial columns os the Globe
bus been their non-committal character.
Your employers may yet regret that
that characteristic lias ceased lo exhibit ,
itself. What a pity that yon should have
wasted to much ily poison in your ink
bottle just now at the beginning of the
heated season. The Knights of Labor
have managed lo exist M > long in Coun
cil Binds without the advice uud consent
of the partisan press , that it is very
doubtful if they will begin now to heed
the emanations of n brain evidently dis
ordered by dyspepsia.
W hat a peculiar complaint for a parti
san editor to make is this one of ( lemo-
goirnory. TaKe mv word for it , your gall
is oversowing and you need treatment.
Take something ( for your liver ) . 1 won't
odor any more advice , however , for it is
evident from your editorial efforts that
you have enough of that when you can
spare such a superabundance to your ap
preciative friend. 1C. of L.
COUNCIL BI.UKKS , April 10,1880.
Dressmaking , cutting and lilting by
Miss Glcason , No. B4 Pearl street.
Gobblin * ; a Street.
There is said to be danger of the city
losing one-half of Cherry street , running
on the cast side of the driving park ,
uuclss prompt steps arc taken by the city
to protect its interests. Some lime ago
Iho Driving Park association wanted to
nlmugro'tho street. It was proposed that
the association take half of the srrcec
and make it part of the park , the associa
tion to secure thirty feet on the other
bide to take the plaeo of the ground llnis
taken , thus leaving a full width street for
the public. Now the grounds are being
advertised for sale under a mortgage ,
and in the land thus offered for "ale is the
half of Cherry street. It is said that the
Driving Park association never secured
the othni thirty feet to take the plr.ee of
the part taken" ; so that it looks as if the
city was only going to have half a street
thorp. The city attorney has bad his at
tention called to it , and is to look it up.
The street is an important ono , or will
become so , as it is proposed to make that
the main thoroughfare to the city's park
at Big Lake.
The Powder Houses.
The powder houses must go. So says
the council. The people are anxious to
bavo thorn moved outside the city limits ,
and petitions to this effect have been fre
quent. Some have been moved , but two
still remain. The council last August
passed a resolution ordering them out ot
the citj' , but they wore not moved. On
the first of March another resolution was
passed , giving the owners until the 1st of
May to remove them Now the owners
ask for ninety days more limo. The
council has concluded that it will not take
tno responsibility of granting any such
request , and the original order stands. If
such a request was granted , and an explosion -
plosion should take place by chance , the
council would bo blamed. That body
docs not care to place itself in such a po
sition. It is not likely though that if
there are good and sndleicnt reasons why
the powder houses cannot bo moved
within the time assigned , no trouble will
bo caused , so long as it is anparont that
the owners are doing nil in their power
and moving as quickly as practicable.
Money to loan bv Forrest Smith ,
In Council Illuffs having
And oil moaern Improvements , call boys , lira
idurm bolls , etc. , Is the
CRESTON HOUSE I
Nos , 215 , 217 and 219 , Main Street ,
MAX ilOHN , 1'roprloto
Council Bluffs Bus
Carriage Transfer Co.
Jjcwls & Ariul , Props.
and bug-trniru taken to nnd from
nil trains. llus os , eurdiiKes and \mgsago \ wag
ons make connections with all trains. Prompt
attention clven to nil culls. Special rates to
theatrical troupes and commercial men. Car-
dunes run dny and nlKht. Olllco 'Ut O/ilen
House. Tolophano 123 , Also at licchtulu's
Hotel. Ixinveoidoii > on 'ho luted.
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
The Novelties of the
Season are now
NEVER SO CHEAP.
For lOc worth 12 l-2c
For 20c worth 27 l-2c
For 25c worth 35c
For 35c worth 50c
And liner fabrics in the same proportion.
Good LAWNS , fust colors , ntlc. .
liiuulsome I'laid Muslins from lOc up
wards , all at onu-third loss than last
Choice Cretonnes , Embroidered Suits ,
Canvass Dress Goods anil other
Laces by the yard and in Dress Pat
Space forbids enumeration , but wo
have thu goods , and our low prices will
The i.cxv styles in Carpets are now in
stock and yomjx fast. Call early and
select your Carpels anil have them put
aside for you.
Our Curtain Depnrtiurnt is complete
in all varieties of Ijacc , Turcoman and
We make a specialty of Dwpory AVork
by Skilled Workmen.
Anil see the New Gipoth buforc the as
sortment is broken. '
Orders by Mail receive prompt atten
tion , i
No. 401 Broadway ,
"MURDER MOST FOUL"
To Allow Anyone to Die ol Diphtheria !
DUIUNfS tholaet six ycnrsthuro hns not boon
udc.ilh from Dlptithctluln any civ-o
1)11. THOMAS jntVCIUUS' I'IIBVBNTIVB nnd
CUIIK was u. cd. It bus been the menus of snv-
li'ir thoifiuids of lived and ml ht have saved
luindieJaof thoiiB'indB more. Indlspcnslblo in
putrid EOIO throat , in malignant Flatlet fever ,
liouis to the Plmplo form. In-
Putrid , Cancerojs Ulceiutlon of the Womb nna
nil Cntarrlinl conditions. I'rlco JU.
1'ull printed Inst 'uctlons how to use the tncdl-
cine sent with It. No doctor requited.
Dyspepsia ! Dyspepsia !
Bysroptic , why live In mlhery , nnd die In ills
pair with cancer ot the btoiniicli / Dr. Thomas
Je'fories ' cuies every euso of ItKiprstlon and
constipation in a \ cry short timo. Dostofiof-
crencosjrivon. Dyspt'psin Is the cause ot ninety
percent of all diseased conditions. 1'iico $5
for two wcekj treatment.
From the Council IllulTs Dally HcrnU :
Mrs. E , M. Gerard , wife of Knffincor Gerard ,
of the Union 1'nclllc , this city , has been n great
sufferer for ninny years , with what mis sup
posed to bo cancer of the throat. It was BO bad
that sbo wns threatened with Mnrvation- Her
general health wns completely biokcn ilown.
Sbo could only swnllow liquid food , nnd even
that her stomach could not digest or assimilate. .
Physicians of Council Bluffs nnd Omaha Rare
no relief Dr. ,7 efforts , of this city , wns called.
In four weeks' time ho cured her throat , and
has completely restored her general health.
Had Mrs. Gerard not obtained relief soon she
would hnvo died from blood poison , the sixmo
condition that dostioyod tbollfoof Gen. Grant *
Dr. Jelfcrlcs' dlpthorhi medicine. Is Infallible In
all kinds of eons throat
DR. JEFFERIES' REMEDIES
Can only bo obtained at his Oilico ,
No. SIS. Highlit St. , Council llluirs , lown ,
Or sent by Express on ltooipt of I'rlco. _
Chin ; ) , fllasswaro and Lamps ,
\V. S. Homer & Cj. .
No. 28 , Main St. , Council muffs , Ta.
Locking Bracke for Fences
ANI > OrilElt KAILS , HODS , ETC.
FENCES IJUU/r WITHOUT NAILS.
Any part reivllly Inlton out or replncod. Tor
picket or rail fcnoos , iron or wood , cannot bo excelled -
celled lor rnillus of any sort. 1'or particulars
write C. J. IIV.L'ICJJAN. Inventor.
f ' ; Council Illutfs.
Plato nnJ county rlfc'bt forjsalo.
I huvo a quantity of sound , well cleaned seed
which 1 oiler at rousonubo flyima. Seed of the
crop of 16ai Corrcbpondoneb solicited , V. Q.
IIUTI.KH , Schallor , lown , G < & N. W , Ky.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
WIGS MADE TO ORDER.
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
THE CARTER WHITE llO K
DIAMOND IIIIAND OF
STRICTY PUKE LEAD , ZINC SS D OIL
Are absolutely pure , as rcprceentecl. Ono gul-
Ion will rover two hundred and fitly pquuro
feet two conta , und will stay on lonpcr than uuy
other pnlnt mnnufuoiuied. Forsulu by
Dealer In Drugs , Paints , Oils , Etc ,
5 O7 , ain BtreoCcviii , Eluffs.-
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
DEISKB , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
Cftrrlnscs , ito : , Kto. Council IllufTs , Iowa.
K12YSTONK MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Corn Shellers , Stalk Callers ,
Dlscllfirrows , Seeders , Corn Planters , Food Cut
ters , Kto. Knctory , Hock Fulls , Ills.
N'os. iroi , I'M , liiOj , 1597 Mnln St. , Council llluirj.
DAVID U11AD1.KY & "cb. ,
Mnnuf'rs nn \ Jobbers ot
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
. niul nil klnJs of farm MioMnnrr.
1100 to Ilia South Main Street , Cumuli Illufls
P.O. Ot.r.vsox. T. lI.Dnum.v * , OF.O lWiutwr. .
Prcs.ATrc.'W. V.-l'ros JcMin. Ss Cotmsol.
Council Dials Hwdla Fact,1/ ) , ,
Mninifnclnrorflof A-xlo , 1'lck , Plo.ltro nad Smill
, of \urjr d
CAHl'KTi * .
COUNCIL WLUFFS CAUl'HT CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , Cintalii Vlunros , ITpholMory Goals ,
Uto. No. 40'i Itroiulwiy Council
CIGARS , TOHACCO , KTC.
I'KKEGOl & MOUKK ,
wholc nlo JobboiN In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Noa. USMnln iiiul M7 I'ciulSts , Council llltluV ,
SNYDKR & LEA.MAN ,
Fruit and Produce Coniiuissfon Merchants.
Xo. HT'tnrl t , Council muffs.
McCLUUG Gil ICKKll CO. ,
Fine Craciors , Biscuits aid Caiai ,
Council Illufft , I/iwi. /
MAUUEIl & CUAIG ,
Importers SJob'jsrsofCrocKory.Glasswara ' .
Lamps , Krtilt .lari , Cutlery , StonoH-nro , Iliir
Goods , Fancy Goods. Ktc. Council llluirs ,
IIAHLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Driife'Klsts' Sundries , it : ; . No. i ; Main St. , and
No. L'l 1'oarl St. , Council llluirs
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of Dry Go-ids ,
Notions. Ktc. Nos. 112 and lit Main St. , Xo . 113
nnd 115 Pcnil St. . Council IlltilTa. lowiu
_ 7KP7TS. _
O.V. . BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Mi a Sanity
General Commission. No. 513 IlroiUway ,
WHIT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionary & Fancy Groceries.
Noa. in and 18 Pearl SU , Council Mlulf.
GRONEWEG & SCHOENTGEM ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Grocsrias ,
Nos. 117 , 110 and 121. Main St. , Council IJIuffa.
L. KIRSCriT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale ! T.lqiior Dealers. No. 410 Hroiul-
wny , Council I Huffs.
P. C. DR VOL ,
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
Hcfrlgcrntoi ? . etc. Nos. 5J1 llrondway , and 10
Midn stieot. Council HltilN. _
HAltXKSS , KTC.
UECKMAN & CO. ,
Mnnn'ncturcig of and Wholesale Doilora in
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. K5 Main St. . Council Iliads , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. 313 and .111 Urondwny , Council
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Slock , Council IllnlTH , lown.
HIDKS AND iroor
1) . 11. McDANEU ) & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , 1'oltg , GrtMiso and Furs Council
UliilTa , Iowa.
COUNCIL HLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesnio DtalorB In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline
E3TO. , EJTO.
S. Theodore , Aront ; , Council llluirs. Iowa.
LUMUKll , PILlXa , KTO.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
And llrldgo Material Speclnltios.Wholesiilo Idim-
beret all Kinds. Ollleo No. 1JO Mulu riu ,
Council IllulfB. Iowa.
WINES AXl > UQUOIIS.
JOHN LTNDEH ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agent for St. flottbarrt's Herb IllttiTJ. No. 13
.Mulu tit. Council I II nil a.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Ko COD Main St. , Council Illti/i.
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Express Company.
Farm at a Bargain.
Well improved farm of 107 acre * for sale ;
> f miles f'cm Council Bltiirs. Adilies ?
111A SCOJ'IEU ) ,
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
nrlclt ti-illilhiR nnrklnd ralsp.l . or mnvcil . and satisfaction RUnrnntced. rrnrno houici movoa
onLlttloainattruoks-tliB boat In the worlJ.
803 Eighth Avcmio nnil Eighth Street , Council Bluffs.
I BUY BUGGIES ?
FIRST CLASS IN ETER1 RESPECT
W. DAVIS & CO.
I tn1 > IMie < l in 1877.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
Buid ! ® v@r SO Different Styles.
20,000 Collides Anmmlly. Sciul for Catalogue , Prices , Freight
States ami T
Norton. SpeclM mlvortUoinoiit' ' ) , suoh nl
Lost.FounJ , To LOAII , Fo * Silo , To Ujnt , WixU
nonrdlnoto. , , IT ill bo InsortoJ In this column tt
tholow rnto ot TRM OHM TS I'Kll LINK for tis !
flretlnaertlon nd FIVB Cli.Vl'3 I'Kll LINK for
ench subsociuont Imortlon. Lcnvo u.lvorllo
mtmtsnt our oltlco , No. IS 1'oarl street , uo-lr
Urondwtir , Council lllutrs.
\V\ANTEI > Two stilctly llist-clnss coat ntul
V > piuiiB mnknrx. .1. M. Smith , No. 1TJ9 ,
Hio.ulwny , Council lUuirs
FOIt SALE -A very ilcslrahliulruti store In n
chok'o locution. Cm bo h.iU ill 11
on cnsy ] ) .iyraonls by tipplyln to
llonton , Council ( Hulls lowiu
FOH SAM' DM tw | > ots. In quantities to suit ,
ul Ituu ofiico No. 111'uiirl sticct
FOH HUNT 1'ivo loom cottnjro. Inquire at
lu'o I'ointh atiout , 01- -Mo.Miciicn , ma
SWAN A ; WYI.IvUit , No. M Milri stifct ,
( umlor CltUeii's II ink ) , real cslate ima HILT-
clmmllenovclmiigo lirokcrs. Our books are lull
oT ppi'dul ImrKUhH , but It H imp i-sllilo to pub
lish u reliable 11-11 rom thuliiut of so in.iny ilally
changes. Wlmt vruuslt Is : II you want to bi-ll
ortriulu nnj thlnt ? In our line , wrrllu 111 anilvo
will pond > ou ! i pile of barjralns to select lYom.
Lands ImpiovcJ or tinlinpioto I , cltyortoun
propertybtojks of JTOO Is ot nny kliul In tiny
placf. II such you Irivo or such you want li't in
Iiciirfromou. . S.van & Walker Co.mull Uliiira
BEalH , Dresses , Shawls
Scar ! ' * , Fcutliurx , BIC. : ,
ated and Dyed.
fefrt'ct , Wppo-HiJcCiJy .fall.
Bail way Time Table.
The following Is tiio time of nrrlviU nnl
departure of trains by central standard time , at
the locnl depots. Trains lo ivo transfer dnpot ton
minutes earlier nnd arrive ten minutes later :
DEl > AUT-CmCA,0 4
fi:2jA.M : . Mi KS.-pr : : ; , Hj..fiiOc-J : ! .
12-iOi- . Accommodation. . . ; . . .tSffR H.
0:110 : 1 % M . Impress . UOiA.M.
CIIIUAK ) & HOCK ISLAND.
S > :20 A. M . Mail and Kxprcss . 6:50 : P. M.
7-l ! > A. M . Accommodation . 1:45 : p. M.
It0f. : M . Uxprcsb . llui A. u.
cmctoo. ; HI.\VAUIUB : A sr. PAUL
00 A. M . Mail nnd Kvpro s . 0:50 : p.I. .
C : ! > Oi'.M . Kvpii'.sa . 'JUJA. : . u.
CHICAGO. nuiiM.snro.v A quiNcr.
'J:40A. : M . Mall and Kvprbss . ( WOi1.
C:5Ui : > . M . Expioss . ! ) :03 :
VAI\MIST. 1.0UI8 ft PACIFIC.
2:15 P. u. Local St. Louis Kinross Local .
3WP.M.TransforSt. : ) LoulslX" . Triuisfer.i0 : : : ! I' . M
KANSAS CITY , ST. JOE & COUNCIt , HLUrKS
10:10 : A. M . Mull nnd Express . E..Kr. . : M.
0U5pM : . ICxpross . Ci oA. .
SIOUX CITV & PACIFIC.
7:15 A.M . . .Sioux City Mall . BMp. M.
taO : I'.u . Bt. I'uul Express . B : 5 A. v ( .
10ir.A. : : M . Denver Express . tfMv.it.
2:1UP. : 11. . .Lincoln Pa8S.Oin. & II. V. . . 2:0.1 : P. M.
7COp.ii : . Overland Rxiiress . 8:15.1- : .
DUMMY TIIAINSTO OMAHA.
Lcnvo Council IllulTs 7:05 : ttM : ( 9:30 : IOT : )
11UO : a. m. ; -2:30-jao- : : ; ; - < :30-SJ5-fl : : ' < H- )
Bir.-ll:45 : p. ra. 8undnys-7:05 : 9:30 : 11:30-- : .
m2w ; : lo-5:25 : ; ! : : : 11:45 p. m. LouvoOrau-
a5-7i5-8:50-10:00-ll:00a. : : : : . ra : 1:00-2:00- :
J:00 : 4:00 : 5:00 : : 0:05 : J:15 : 11 :10 p. in. Sundays
< 15 : ! 7 sEa-su" 11:00 : n. m. : 3:00U:09 : : 5OJ :
Oos-sjin-nuo o m.
STEAM DYE WORKS
MRSC.L.GILLETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No , 29 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opp. Posloffice.
B. BICE , M. t > .
flilinyilD or other turners removed without
UBnvullu the Imlfo or drawing ot blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES of on kimis. .P.0iaitr.
Over thirty years' prixct.o.U oxporioiuj.
No. 11 I'curl Slreot , COIIIK II liluild.
MTUONSUI.TATION I'llB * .
Omaha Datal Associa'n '
Cor. 10th anil Doiifjltis Hts.
Filling at lowest price , with gold , tllvcr ami oilier
comblnullan Cold pinto and contlnuouiCiuui Teeth
a i pcclaltjr.
pcclaltjr.Best Seta of Teeth. , Jp © ,
Former I'rlco ' Hi. Perfect tit mid belt material. AII
Council Bluffs Office ,
231 HHOAWVAY , WEST SIDE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Clio.ee DlNpliiy of I.ntcNt Pal-
lernn , All
A Select Mlot'U of Clutlvc
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
1'rictlces in Stnto nnd Fcdor.il Courts.
Uooms 7 and 8 , Siuu.ut Blo.V.c.
Horses and Mules
For all purposes bo-it'lit and sold , ut ioalIaH : :
In lots Ltugo quantities lo select fiom.
MASON WISE ,
Gill Slroot , gear Pacific House , Council Bluff's.
The Highest Market Price
For all kinds of second hand household
M. DBOHLIOH ,
60S Broadway , Council DlutTs.
A.C.HuitNiUM. Pios. UW.TiiLT.nr8 , Vloo-Prej.
JAUKH N. Ilnoww , Cashier.
Council Bluffs National Bank
102 MAIN STREET ,
Capital . $100,000
Authorized Capital . 280,000
Stockholders Represent . 1,000,000
Do n general banking buslnnsi.
Accounts of banks , bankora , merchants , man
ufacturers mid Individuals received on favora
Dotnefitlo and foreign oxolmngo.
The very best of attention iflvon to all bush
ness committed to ourcaro.
KIEL SALE STABLES
Horns nnd Mules liopt constantly on hand
forfulout tetnll or in cur loiulij.
Ordurn proimltly Illled liy contract onehoit
notice. Block fold on totiiiiilHilon.
SMI.IJTI5II & 1101,15V , 1'ioprlctors.
Stable Corner KIMh Avcnuo and Viiurtli 8t
Council lllulfs IOWH ,
Unnufocturcrjof nil slznjoC
Repcclally DcslRiiod for Ilunnlnjr
MILLS , UHAINiELEVATOIlS ,
AND ELKCTIUC LIOHTS ,
Tubular and Locomotivu Hollers.
New irosaillou Tliroshorj.
Carey and Woodbury Horse Powcra.
STATIONAIIY , SKID ,
Portiiblo and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , KTO.
Factory Massillon , 0. Braiicli Hmiso
510 Pearl St. , Council
BEND FOR 1880 ANNTJAU
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