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G THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , MAY , 10 , 1880.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
MONDAY MOUSING MAY. 10.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEAIIL STREET.
Etllrciea by cnrrier in any part of the city nt
twenty cents per week.
R. W , TII.TON , Malinger.
JlrJMXESS OFFICE , No. 13.
Kinitr KniTon , No. S3.
New spring Roods at Rcitcr's.
Rov. Dr. McCreary prcaehcd on the la
bor question last evening.
Leonard & Jewell refrigerators nl
Cooper & McGcc's , No. 41 Main street.
The board of trade holds its regular
monthly meeting to-morrow night.
Tlic Northwestern Teachers' associa
tion is to be held here , commencing Juno
The "Quick Meal" is n quick seller ;
come and get ono before they are gone.
Cooper & MeGeo.
Fred Green , a colored boy , is unilor
lock and key for petty larceny from Wies
& Clausen's store.
There were no services in the Presby
terian church yesterday on account of the
nbscnce of the pastor , Rev. Mr Bates.
All kinds of woman's work , and all
kinds of commission goods solicited by
the Woman's Exchange on Pearl street.
I * II Stlllman , tried to stop off a mov-
' ' g train. He is rfatislicd with the e.v
irimcnt , and is now nursing a sere
A dog near the Northwestern depot
1 was yesteiduy shot on suspicion , lie
looked .is if lie might go mad , if he had
n't a ( ready.
I' Married , at No 15 North Main street ,
M. Christiansen and Mary Anderson ,
both of tills city , by Justice of the i'eaco
A. L. Hendricks.
A little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rate-
kin was run over Saturday by a team of
horses and a buggy , and had a narrow
escape from .serious injury.
The board of equalisation meets this
morning to decide upon the assessment
of the banks , and conclude some other
important business matters , which have
been under consideration for some time.
Frank Itoyil , arrested hero for the lar
ceny of McVeigh's watch and chain in
Omaha , consented Saturday to go across
tlie river without a requisition , and "will
have to bland trial there for grand lar
It is said that Woodward's saloon , on
Broadway , was open until about2 o'clock
yesterday morning , when a lively rumpus
occurred. The Sunday ordinance got
smashed all to pieces and will probably
have to bo patched up in court to-day.
"Sport" Miller is in the calaboose for
being drunk. If the man who sold him
or gave him the liquor was there too , it
would bo nearer right. The authorities
have long since notified everybody to no
longer feed poor "Sport's" appetite.
The Knights of Labor ball , in Masonic
hall to-morrow night , promises to bo a
grand , success. Since tlie great strike on
the Gould system has subsided , for which
purpose the ball was originally intended ,
the Knights of Labor now will use the
proceeds for the lilting up of their hall
iu this city.
A boy , giving his name as Ed. Middle-
ton , has been arrested on suspicion. Ho
was going from ono pawn shop to
another , trying to dispose of some ar
ticles , and when arrested had a revolver ,
gold pen and pencil , and pocketbook.
Ho claims to hvo only . short ways out
of the city , and that no got these articles
Mr.Dohany has decided to have a new
drop curtain for his opera house. This
will bo a relief to the amusement goers
who have greatly wearied of eyeing the
grotesque proportions of the doers and
Indian wigwams and wild geeso. which
have so Jong called upon the pcoplo to
strain their faith to believe that in the
-nrly days of Council 1 ! hill's the geese
were larger than horses , and the bluffs
smaller than the wigwams. A change
would bo greeted with delight.
David Tostevin lias been taken charge
r of by the authorities , and adjudged m-
§ sane. Ho will be taken to Mt. Pleasant
to-day. Ho is an old resident , and a
man of more than ordinary natural en
dowments , but his brain seems to bo in a
whirl about some wonderful discoveries
ho has made in what he terms "occult
sciences. " It is to bo hoped that by
treatment the cloud may bo removed
from his intellect , for when himself ho is
ono of the best men in his profession , and
abundantly able to care for himself.
The dear old grandmother has adopted
, n new child , and has set the youngster at
| work on weddings as a specialty. Sam-
1 pies of his spring llowers are : "The bride's
trnsscau was ono of the most elegant in
design , quality and finish the art of milli
nery could furnish. The brido's dross
was of the finest garnotto gros grain
Bilk. White French lace folfin artistic
profusion about the necic and shoulders ,
a diamond studded pin holding the lace
. in position at the lady's throat. Orange
vblossoms were nicely woven in her hair ,
presenting a picture of bounty seldom
, Been before the hymeneal altar. Coming
down along the cou'rso of the blue Boyer
wo catch the fragrant odor from oraiuro
blossoms which are now most skillfully
woven Into a wreath and will before long
. ' rest upon the womanly brow of the
charming and artistically beautiful
( daughter of the talented jurist. " The
old lady should get another bag of salt.
Substantial abstracts of titles and roa
estate loans. J. W. & E. L. Sqniro , 10
Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
Go to Beard for wall paper.
The lloyn Are lloncly.
The work of construction of the lines
3 of the American district telegraph is
bout completed and the boxes will bo
put in place within a week. The porvico
, , will commence , however , to-day , Some
of the messenger boys will bo on duty ,
although the uoxes are not In placo.
r Anyone desiring a messenger can use the
; telephone , calling up 170. Until the
' . boxes are put in place the calls will hayo
' ' to bo made in this way.
Lous ) go to Chario II islor's and get a
/ good cigar. No. 403 Broadway.
Do Vol sells Golden Star gasoline
ranges , best in market , No. 001 B'way.
Jccorntioii Day ,
lu respuiiau 10 invitations sent out by
the local posts of the G. A. R. to attend
the memorial services on Decoration day ,
May UO. Macedonia responds bj accept
ing and saying ( hey will send in thrco
oar loads of people , and Persia will turn
out en masse. The police department ,
. .through Chief Mathews , have siguiiied
; their accoptanqo of the invitation to pa
iu n body ,
Seasonable goods of all kinds at hard-
' time prices at Cooper & McGoo's ,
1 soil the celebrated Twin Burner gaso-
'line Btovo. .That double burner beats
( thom all. A 4-burner saroo price as u 3-
burner ; a a-burncr same price us u 2-
burner. W A. Wood , 601 Main.
r r Ott-SattmSay morning , during a short ,
1 heavy rain storm , about six miles north
f Minden , la. , .the litteou-yeav-old son
of John Caulseu , while plowing in .the
field , was , with the team ho was-llriviug ,
firuck by lightning aud killed.
.V * * .
PUNISHING THE PROCURESS ,
A Judgment Ecndered In Favor of the
Mercer Girl For Damages.
A VENTRILOQUIST IN * JAIL ,
UfiJUnliiK Kills n Hey nntl Team \Vns
Onko's Dentil Accidental ? DoliiKs
of the Oily Solons A Woman
Kobhcd on tlic Street ,
Given Ilio Mercer Girl.
Another chapter has been added to thu
Murcor case. About the same time that
Llic Huber woman was arrested for cnlic-
ngLulu Mercer into a house of prostitu
tion in Omaha , a civil suit was com
menced agaiu.st her for damages by the
Mercer family in behalf of the girl who
tail been thus ruined. The criminal pro
ceedings have so engrossed the attention
of those concerned that they evidently
thought little about the suit for damages.
After the Hubcr woman had been bound
jvcr to await the action of the grand
jury , Attorney Scott Williams , who has
been so successful in prosecuting the
woman , turned his attention to the civil
action. The defendant put in no ap
pearance , and judgment was obtained by
default , and on presentation of the proof ,
Judge Ayhisworth entered up a judgment
against Airs. Hubcr and in favor of the
girl for sf'J.OOO. It is understood that thu
woman has some property , and steps will
be taken to enforce tins collection of the
judgment. She will probably resist such
an attempt , and will hardly rest without
carrying the case up to the supreme
court. \ \ Imtcvcr may be the ultimate re
sult of tlicf-o it i.s of
- cases , a cause gratili-
eation that it has been made evident that
notorious women cannot come to Council
UlulTs for the purpose of getting girls to
enter their diyes without , nt least , getting
into trouble. The experience of Mrs.
Hubcr will probably servo as a warning
to others of her class to look elsewhere
After a thoiough investigation wo are
convinced that the "Quick Meal" is the
best gasoline stove made and shall make
it our leading stove this season. Cooper
Satisfacion guaranteed with every
"Quick TSltal" gasoline stove , or money
refunded. eCoopcr & McGee.
A Vcntrllotiuist in Jnll.
Tom Hughes , a well known character.
is at present con lined in the city jail on
account of his inability to pay a line im
posed on him for disturbing the peace.
Few even of those who know Tom are
aware of the fact that he is a pretty fair
ventriloquist. He was using his peculiar
power with a grcot , deal of cll'uct Satur
day night. There is in the lloor of the
corridor an iron grate , and Tom made
ono poor German prisoner believe that it
opened into a room below , whore some of
the police stayed. Tom threw his voice
clown into this grate , and the German
had quite a lengthy conversation with the
man down stairs , whom he thought was
ofiiccr wiio sirrcstcd him. The supposed
ollicor got the Gorman quite mad oy de
nying that he had taken any money from
him when he arrested him. The German
raised such a row about this denial on
the part of the otlicer whoso voice cimo
up turough the grating that finally the
otlicnr told him that if ho would not com
plain of him lie would give him $30 to
square it. After some further talk the
oftlcer was heard to deny that he had
offered to square it. and then the per-
nlcxed prisoner was madder than ever.
The olliccr told him that he was arrested
for horse stealing , and that he had been
found In * a house of ill fame and in a
most disgraceful condition. If the pris
oner could have got at the supposed of-
licer ho would ( loubtless have thumued
him. or tried to , so angry was he , and
yet he never suspected for a moment that
the real voice was from the man who
stood beside him , and that there was no
olliccr , or any ono else , down below the
rating which really leads into the drain.
§ inally the German got so mail at the
way the officer talked to him , and es
pecially at his going back on the bargain
to give lam $20 to keep quiet about
taking the money from him , that he
concluded not to make any more compro
mises with him , but to report Ms case to
the mayor and the judge. When the
court meets this morning and the German
is brought before the bar , it is expected
that ho will make his troubles known to
the judge , and will doubtless tell how
the olliccr tried to rob him of his money
and afterwards tried to compromise it.
Ho expects to prove by the other prison
ers that they heard the otlicer talking
through the grating , and their evidence
will therefore corroborate 4iis statements.
When ho finds out that it was only Tom
Hughes' ventriloquism the joke may
turn on the latter , for the German is a
thumper. _ _
We have a few water coolers which we
will sell very cheap to close them. out.
Cooper & McGeo.
Before buying a gasoline stove sec the
"Quick Meal" at Cooper & McGco's.
The Fruit Prospect.
Council UlulTs and vicinity is getting
to bo widely known for its wonderful
fruit producing advantages. The blufls
scorn to bo particularly adapted for fruit
culture. It is said that an analysis of
the soil composing these bluffs shows it
to bo almost exactly the same as that
which produced the famous grapes on
the Rhino. While the climate may not
bo in all respects as favorable , still it is
sullicicntly so to insure an average of ex
cellent f-ruitago. This year opens up
very promising. The ! : : man had the
pleasure Saturday of driving out with
Mr. McGee , of Cooper & McGee , and
seeing some of the blossomy promises of
what tills year will produce , unless some
unforseon set-back occurs. The auplu
trees on the fruit farm of Mr. McGeo's
mother present a wonderfully beautiful
sight. They arc so thickly covered with
blossoms as to almost hide every oilier
part of the trees , and where the blossoms
iirfl ucgUlPI ! ! ! ! to fall they strew the
ground as though llioro had been S SHOW
storm. Mrs. Mclico has a beautiful place ,
of about twenty acres right in the border
of the city , and the sight there presented
now is a most charming ono to any
lover of nature. The practical can Beu
in it fie promise ot a wonderful fruitage
Go to'tholf. Y. ICo. . fori
THEY WAUUANT ALL TIIKV SILL. :
Opera House Block.
It Accidental Death ?
About two years ago J , Fred Oakcs
died in this city , lie was a clerk at the
transfer and a member of the Y. M , C , A , ,
and had a large circle of friends here ,
The young man had a policy in the
United States Mutual Accident associa
tion , of Now York. The body was taken
to liobton for interment and now hJg
friends in the cast uro sueing the com
pany for the amount of tlie policy , $3,009.
Dr. Montgomery was- the physician for
the company , The attorney of the cQ'm.-
puny , 'William 1) . Smith , was here recent
ly investigating thu causes of young
Oakcs' death , and arranged for Dr. Mont
gomery to go east and testify in the case.
The friends of young Oakes claim that
while ho died from a carbuncle , still that
was the result of an accident , and thorn-
fore the company is liable under its pol
icy. The company claim that death was
from natural causes. Dr. Montgomery
will start next Friday for Albany , N. Y. ,
whore the case Is to be called up on the
following Monday. The friends and ac
quaintances of the young man in this
city will watch with interest the result of
tins lititration , and the case is in some of
its features sullicicntly unique to attract
general attention ,
GARDEN HOSE , WARRANTED GOOD
l-lo per foot , IScpcr foot , 2lo per foot.
HOSK NOZZLES ,
Of all styles.
Hosn UKEI.S , LAWNSPUINKLKKS , Ktc.Ktc
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY
Opera House Hlock.
Go to Heard for low prices.
Crumbs From Council.
The council met Saturday night , all
the members being present.
L. D. Amy protested against his paying
tax , claiming that he had been assessed
for more frontage of property than ho
owned. Referred to the city attorney
and city engineer.
In consideration of the factthatGeorgo
Fnublu has been deprived of the use of
his brick yards by an injunction the
council decided to remit his taxes for last
year and this year , provided the couhty
Tim city attorney reported that ho had
seen Mr. Vincent and that Mr. Vincent
had agreed to govern the water so as to
prevent damage during the progress of
the work on the new sewer ditch.
It. Hoist asked that the alleyinthe rear
of his hotel bis paved at once , and that
the street also uo paved from Fourth to
The ordinance establishing thu grade
of Worth and Third streets was passed ,
In the matter of Sehult/ & Hill for an
area at their carriage factory , tlic com
mittee reported favorably , and the city
was instructed to prepare the necessary
Adjourned until tbis morning at 9
Dr. A. P. Ilanchett has taken rooms'in
Mr. Hazard's residence , No , 700 First
avenue , for the summer. Ollico still at
No. 13 Pearl street. Hours 10 to 13 a.
in. , 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. in.
Heard has an immense stock of wall
paper and room mouldings which' must
uo turned into cash , so down go tlic prices
Heisler don't handle any "sindo" cigas.
On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
John N. Baldwin entertained about thirty
lady and gentleman friends at a card
party at their residence on Sixth street ,
opposite ISayliss park.
Progressive euchre was the order of
the evening. Eight tables occupied the
elegant parlors and an enjoyable even
ing was spent. Strawberries , cream and
cake were served.
Those who attended were : Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Gault , Mr. and Airs , George
W. Thompson. Air. and Airs. A. T. Ilice ,
Air. and Airs. II. C. Cory , Air. and Airs. '
II. H. Van Brunt. Air. and Mrs. A. AI.
Jackson , Air. and Mr.s. C. II. Tyler , Air.
and Airs. S. P. AlaeConnell , Air. and Alr.s.
D. J. Rockwell , Air. and Alr.s. George II.
Champ , Air. and Airs F. C. Clark , " Air.
and Airs. J. E. Alycrs , Airs. J. A. Jack
son and her daughter. Airs. Wilson , of
Kansas , Airs. L. C. AlcDonell. Air. W. W.
Loomis , the Alisses Alay and Nellie Chap
man and Mr. Horace Lvans.
The pri/os were awarded Airs. Alc
Donell and Air. A. Al. Jackson.
Air. and Airs. F. AI. Gnult will this
evening entertain a company at cards at
their home on Seventh street.
Cut Kntcs to Chicago Again.
On Saturday afternoon the Chicago ,
Milwaukee & St. Paul road made a second
end class passenger rate from here to
Chicago of $3.50. Heretofore there has
been no second class rate , the first class
being § 12.50 on all the roads. This new
rate is looked on as a slap at the Chicago
cage , Hock Islan d & Pacific , because of
that road's cut between St. Paul and Chi
cago. UP to last night jiouo of the other
roads had met the new rate , but possibly
to-day the Chicago & Northwestern may.
The Rock Island folks claim that they
belong to the Chicago and Missouri River
Passenger association , which is now com
posed of the \Vabash , Chicago , Hurling-
to & Quincy and Rock Island , and they
will not cut unless thu other roads in the
compact do so.
The scalpers on Saturday evening an
nounced 011 their bulletins the $8,50 rate
over the Milwaukee.
A Woman Kouucd.
Airs. Gorstenberg claims to have been
attacked and robbed on the streets Satur
day night. She was walking along with
her sister about half past 8 o'clock
and in crossing Willow avenue by Jamci
& Havcrstock's store , some fellow
snatched her hand satchel in which she
had about $13. Her pocket book was
found yesterday morning in Uayliss park ,
its contents cone , the thief having evi
dently thrown it away after emptying it.
Airs. W. W. Loomis has returned from
her eastern visit.
J. D , Lake , one of Panama's promi-
nents , was in the city Saturday.
Air. Frank Prouty Is at home visiting
his friends , Ilojwiil return home in a
J. II. Green , of Omaha , traveling pits-
scngor agent of the Union Pacific , was in
the city Saturday.
C. W. Hobble , city passenger agent of ,
Omaha of the Rock Island road , was in
the city Saturday.
"Tom" Orr , secretary to General Man
ager Callaway , ol the Union Pacific , was
in the city Saturday ,
J , W. Bishop , jr. , of Kcokuk , la. , Is in
the city , visiting his aunt , Mrs. J. W.
Rodcfer and family.
A. R. Houghton , whose business keeps
him at Little Sioux most of the time ,
spent Sunday with his family in this city.
James Ssi'fOtt. of the Northwestern
freight department , 1ms a tiut > 2 > w.ok
leave of absence , which ho will spomTiil
S. Quick , of Sigournoy , has been ap
pointed postal clerk between Council
Bluffs and West Liberty , taking the place
of W. D , AlcGibbon , resigned ,
A. T. Aluir , who formerly worked the
PacUio slope in the interest of the Coun
cil Blufl's nursery , came to this city on
Saturday , and starts in again with the
eanio company to cover the same terri
Ed. Ryan and wife , of Long Pine ,
Neb. , are in the city visiting J. J , Brown
and wife Air. Ryan is a brother of Airs.
J. J. Brown , and having sold his busi
ness in Long Pine , has concluded tore-
main in Council 1lull's ! , Ids former homo.
J. 0 Mitchell ticket agent of the Wa-
bnsh and Northwestern roads , loft last
evening with Ids wife for Owatonna ,
Minn. , whore Airs. Alitchell will remain
during the summer season. Mr. Mitchell
will-return thp.lattcr part ot the-week.
Mr. and Mrs , F. S Pubov left Saturday
for Chicago , where they will make their
future home Mr Pu'sey having decided
to engage iu busiuoEs , m this city. He
has spent his years in * his > city from boy
hood up , and has won anil held the con
fidence and esteem of , , all HH noble
wife will also bo misled from the social
circles , and the dcparttira-of so woithy a
young couple cannel but bo greatly
regretted by all.
Prof. J. A. L. Wadtlt-ll r.nd wife re
turned homo Saturday after a sojourn of
four years in Japan , where ho has been
occupying the position of 'professor in the
government polytechnic school. Accom
panying them is their little child , born in
Japan. Prof. Waddcll wi\s \ offered spe
cial inducements if ho would retain His
position , but ho preferred to come back
to the United States. Prof. Wnddell left
yesterday for n brief eastern trip , while
Airs. Waddell remains hero with her
friends. _ _
Wanted. Insurance solicitors , with.
teams , to work western half of Iowa for
Dwelling House Insurance company of
Boston , Ernest L. Smith , special agent ,
No. 100 Alain street , Council Bluffs.
Go to Beard for loom mouldings.
Heisler foils the best fie and lOo cigars
in the market. No. 40-J Broadway.
"K. B. " WltiB Another Victory.
The case of E. Lee , of Carleton , Neb. ,
who was indicted a year ago , charged
with selling "B. B.has recently been
dismissed and the entire costs charged to
the prosecution. "B. B , " as is well
known , is a beverage manufactured by
Alcssrs. Wheeler & Hercld , Council
Messrs. Ilavkucss Bros , will this day
place on sale tlio below ciiniucmtctl
articles besides numerous others at
prices that will surprise everybody ,
Towels. Tidies , Splashers , Handker
chiefs , Japanese Fans , Hatchets , Bas
kets , I'ortcinoiiiinics , Vuccs , 1'latcs ,
Card and frruitUaskcts , Tin Plates , Doll
Babies , Pie Plates , Wash Pans , Crumb
Pans and Brushes , Disli Pans , Jlilk
Pails , Work Basket , Glass Dishes , Comb
Racks , Pockctbooks , Feather Fans ,
Hosiery , JIacramo Cord , Flour Sitters ,
Hat Hacks , Hammers , apiuese ( Screens.
Collar Buttons , Mueilape , Marbles ,
Blank Books , Turkish Towels , Scrub
bing Brushes. Coal Shovels , Baby Bibs ,
Wooden Spoons , Hair Clampers , Iloll-
iiiff Pins , Transparent Slates , Acato
Buttons , Collars , Je 'elr , Estabrook's
Steel Pens , Lace Collars , Spool Cotton ,
Baby Rattles , Hair Nets , Clothes Lines ,
Table Salts , Base Balls , Hatch Safes of
all kinds , Glass Cups , * Tin Dippers , Tin
Buckets , Mosaic Match Holders , Sauce
Pans , Looking Glasses , . Perfumery ,
Castile Soap , Shoes ) jBhYckhiff , Meat
Forks , Toilet Soaps , Stove Blacking : ,
Wall Pockets , Harmonicas , Boxes of
Slate Pencils , Willow Baskets , Blacking
ing- Brushes , Pearl Buttons , Silver
Thimbles - Pans Rick-rack
, FryingPans , -
Braid , Table Ontlcry , Combination
Russian Leather Toilet Sets , Pins ,
Laces , and every article you can think
of. AH to be on sale to-day. Every
body RO and get a chance to select
early as the stock is all new and where
5c WORTH 75c and $1,00. $ ,
Arc to be found , they do not last
No. 401 Broadway ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
DRY GOODS , Etc. , Etc.
O ( ; < len HOIINC Itaten on and
niter Itlny iNt will be 82.OO ami
92.5O Per Day ,
U.\cnptliitf front parlor minis.
Day Hoard , $2tt 1'or .Month.
D. SILLOWAV , Prop. MAHK IUKYIA : , Manager.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
CONNCJL BLUFFS , IA ,
Established 1337. "i ' !
Creston 'House ,
The only hotel In CounpJl laud's having1
And nil modern Improvomentu.
K1& , 217 and SlUQtnln st.
MAX MOHN , Prop.
STEAM DYE-WORKS -
i 'i '
MRS.C.LGILIETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No 29. Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opo , Postofflce.
RINK LIVERY STABLE.
Firbt-chiBs Accommodations In Everything Per
taining to the Livery liuslnojg.
Finest Landau in the City
FOB- LADIES VISITING.
Hoarding a specialty. Telephone 178.
FIELD & COLE , Props.
. PEARL. STREET RINK. STABLE. '
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DEKKH , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
_ Carrlairr , Kto , IJtc. Council HlufTs , Iowa.
KliYSTONK MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Cora Shelters , Stalk Cutters ,
DIscHarrows. Scodors , Corn Planters , Koo I Cut-
ters.Kto. Factor- , Hack Tails , I IU.
Kos. UOl. IWI , ina % l.V)7 ) Main St. , Council lllulTs.
DAVID IWADLKY & CO. ,
Mnnur'rs nn I Jobber * of
Agricultural Implements agons , Buggies ,
Cfirrlnffpi. mid nil klnli of 1'arm Mno'ilnorr.
J100 to 1110 South Main Street , Council lllurfs ,
K.O. Ut.msox , T. lI.Dntrm.is , UEO.R Wiuintr.
Prcs.&Trcaa. V.-1'rcs..VM in. So3. > tCuiisol.
Council BluJs Handle Factory ,
( Incorporatod. )
Jlnnufacturcrs of Axle , 1'Ick , Sb'Is-o nnd Small
llandli % < , of every doisilptlon.
CAltl'KT * .
COUNCIL BLUFFS CAUriCT CO. .
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths. Curtiln Fixtures , UplioUtory ( JooJa ,
Etc. No. 40j llroii'lwny Council lilullj ,
CIOAIIS , roiuccn , KTC.
PKUKGOY & MOORK ,
Wliolofulo Jobbers In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes ,
Nos. 8 Main and ST 1'cail Sts. , Council lllurts ,
SNYDER & LKAMAN ,
Fruit andProduco Commission Merchants.
No. 14 Pearl Pt , Council MlulT * .
MAUREU & CRAIG ,
Iraporters&JobbarsofCrackery.Glas . wara
Lamps , Fruit Jura , Cutlery , Stonowuro , liar
Goods , Fancy Uoodi , ICie. Council HlulTj ,
HARLE , HAAS & CO. , .
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggist ? ' Sundries. Etc. No. E ! Main St , and
No. 11'carl ft. . Council Illntrs.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Inters and Jobbers of Dry Gojds ,
Notions.Etc. Nos. 113nnd 111 Mnlu St. , Nos. 11.1
and 115 I'carl SI . Council Illuir . Iowa.
O.V. . BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Frails a Specialty
General Commission. No. 543 Broadway ,
W1HT & DUQUliTTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. lli and IS Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. Xo. 110 llroad-
way , Council Hliills.
P. C. DE VOL ,
Hardware , Tinware , Gasoline Stoves ,
Itcfileerators. etc. Nos. 6JJ Broadway , and 10
Main street. Council IllutN.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Manu'ncturcis of and Wholesale Doilors In
Leather , Harness , Sadilery , Etc.
No. CM Main St. . Council IllutTd , Iowa.
H.r/.S CAPS , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
: ( I2 and 311 Uroadwny , Council HlulTs.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hardware ,
Anil WooJ Slock , Council llhi'Ja , Iowa.
HIDES AND WOOL.
D. H.'McDANELl ) & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
TallowWool , I'clts , Orenso imil furs Council
llliiirs , Iowa.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers in
Illuminating & Lubrlciilni Oils Guallni
3HTO. , E1TO.
S.Thcoiloro , AKCIU , Council IllulTfi. To\yn.
: . PILING , irrc.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumbar , Piling ,
* ud IJrldgu JIatoi lal Snoclultii's.Wholohalo Lum
ber ot all Kinds. Onico No. I'W Main St. ,
Council llluirn. lowu.
JOHN LINDEU ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors ,
AHOUt for St. nottum-n'a Herb Illttord. No. 13
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Ko CU3 .Uillil St. , f.'iiiincd Itluffi.
N. SCHUBZ ,
Wee of the Peace.
OfflcoOrcr American Express Comrmny.
China , Glassware and Lamps ,
W. S. Homer & Co. ,
No. 23 , Main St.Council , Bluffs , la.
THE CARTER IITE LEAD CD'S ' ,
DIAMOND DKAND OP
STR1CTI PURE LESD , ZINC AH D OIL
Are absolutely pure , as represcnUd. One K lIon -
Ion will co\or two hundred and Hfly sau&ro
feet two coats , and will ttuy on louK r than any
ether paint inanufactuied. 1'or dale by
. EC , KE i-rsr
i jji Uwucfc- , PAINT 6Ou.s'h-jc
WHERE DO BUY BUGGIES ?
FIBS ! MS III Hffl BFKI
HHUHW. DAVIS S 00.
IMablixlivd In 18TT.
CINCINNATI. , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERENT STYLES ,
3OOOO Vehicles Annually. Ncml fur Catalogue , I'rlecs , Freight
Kates and TeMliiionlsilo.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Urlck b.MMhis nnr kind rnl < : o'l nr moved nnd satisfaction piinrniilcod. 1'rnino liouaca movo.l
onLItlloainattruoUs-the bajkln the wnrlt
803 Eighth Avoiuw and Eighth Stront , Council Bluffs.
rU , a-/ n i
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
I Imvo n quantity of Bound , well clcnnod sooJ
which 1 offer nt vciisonnblo flffui-os. Fcol or the
ciop of 1833. Correspondence Eollcltcd. F. O.
m'TM'H , Eclmllcr. Iowa. C. & N. W. I'.y.
NOJICE. Special advcrtlsomonts , Biioh a (
Loet.Found , To Loan , Fo-3.il ; ) , To Iloit , W.nt
BoardJner.cto. will bo Inserted in this column it
thelowrato of TEN CENTS PKIl LINK for tin
flrsttnsortion ad PIVIS OBNrd 1'EU LINK tor
each subso-niont Insertion. Leave lUvortln
montsat our o.Hco , No. Li I'turl street , uj.ii-
Broaowajr : , Council
) A jjiioil mill cstntosalcnmn. Me-
Mn'inn Jc Co ,21(1 ( Miiln * trrot.
VI'ANTi : ! ) Tlnco llit clnss dlnlti loom
V t'Irls , iiUo lady cook nrd is s nnt. Apply
In poihon itv No XII Hroatluay , C < nin > 'll Ululls.
OlTltEN'r Ily .luno 1st , two liirgo barne.
Knqtilro at Kiel's hotel.
! Old import In Humilities to suit ,
nt tlco olll co No. li. Pearl slroot.
SAM ! OH THADK Stock of inlllmory
FOH fancy notloin. All now. Ooo'l loca
tion. Falos ! MiOJO ! a year. O , Hco , Councl
ItliilTs , Iowa.
Choice Display of Lacst Pat
terns , All Cii't
A Selct-t Slock of Choice
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices lu State and Federal Courts.
Uoomb 7 auu 8 , Suu-cart
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers In SIllcli Cows.
No 502 aud COG 1C. llrouhvuyCouncl : , ! UlTs
Looking Bracket for Fences
AND OTHIiU HAII.S , HODS , KTC.
FENCES UUILT WITHOUT HAILS.
Any part rat'llly tukosi out or replaced. For
picket or mil fcncus , lion or wood , cannot liu ox-
icllod lor ralllnif of any sort , l-'or particulars
write C. J. 11KCKMAN , Inventor.
Btato and county rights torsalo.
W. TUU.CVF , I'rcj. T , J. EVANS , Vico-1'ics.
JAUKS X. Iluow.v.Cutliiur ,
10i ! MAIN S'iTuLET ,
Capital. . : . , . . , $100,000
Authorized Capital. , . , 260,000
Stockholders Beprosout 1,000,000
Do a general banking business.
Accounts or bunks , buultcra , iiicrslmtU1) ) , maiv
ufacturersund Individuals receive J on 1'uvora-
Domestic anrt foreign exchange.
Thovcu best of attention glvou to all biui
Dots committed to our euro.
( BY TIIK TAVLOH SYSTEM. )
MBS. L. SIMMONS ,
\o. 314 UroiuUvuy.
JIUS. BMIMON.y for iv number of yeiihi WHS
liciul outtorwith Jordan fc Muieli , Uobtou , the
luiti tt suit liwito la the cast.
Manufacturers of all elzniof
Ebpcolully DcslgneJ for Kuniilnjr
MILLS , GKAIN.ELEVATOKS ,
AND ELECTRIC LK5IITS ,
Txilnilar aud Locomotive Boilers.
New Massillon Thrcshorj. T
Carey aud Woodbury Horse Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC. <
Factory Massillon , 0. Branch House
510 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
SEND FOB 1886 ANNUAL.
Horses and Mules
Far all purposes , bought and gold , at lotull ami
n lot * . J-iugu ( luantlttos to bclect fiom.
MASON WISE ,
Slrcett , Near Pacific HouseCounil Bucs
KIEL SALE STABLES
T = J
and Mules bcpt constantly on liunJ
for f Hie ut rutall or In cur loit.K
Ordurs promdtlyllllod by contract on short
notlco. Stock sold on commission ,
SFIUJTKIl & HOrBV , FiOprlotore.
Stable Corner Fifth Avenuu uuU FourlU 8t
Council Illulfs lawn.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
f,1V3E TO QHQI-K.
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
B , BICE , M. D.
or othur tumors removed without
thu knlfo or drawing ot blooi.
CHRONIC DISEASES or an kk Js 3ociur. |
Over thirty your * ' practical otpurlunjj ,
No. 11 1'earl Set eft , Count 11 Dlulti.
CUT THIS OUT !
GOOD UXTII. NAY 15.
limingmudo extensive lni | > invom < mts nnd
Increased our llucllllk > i , wo wlsli toe-all OM/cul'il '
attention to tlie wnrk mm litlntr tninu.l < > l
by ii3.olalinnirlt | to bo equal lo that ol any
Inonlur to Iiitioduco our uorl < outside the
city or Council Uluira , wo will upon mcolpt ot
this ticket , atcoinpunlud l > y letiirn pobtujfi- .
Uumdiy Six OolluisorCulT * 1-MtUU , lor ultuer
ludlcb or gentlemen
Home Steam Laundry
5IO Ilrotulu'iiy , Council. Ulull * .
N , II. Out of town orders cltcn prompt in
tention. Wt > pay return charges tin allwoik ro'
vcd when nccomVunicd by ca 6li Iri j.uymcu
full amount. , V
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