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G THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : , THURSDAY. MAY 33 , 1880.
THE DAILY BEE.
THURSDAY MORNING MAY. 13.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEAHI. STREET.
rdhorcrt ty cnrrlcr In nny pnrtof the city nl
twenty cents per week.
IMV.Tiwojf , - Manager.
TELEPHONE. ? ;
E , No. 43.
fll INOll MHX'JIOX.
Now spring goods at Reiter's.
Every now shape in hats and bonnets
Bl Bliss' .
Flowers , tips and all now and fancy
tilings at Bliss' .
The Knights of Labor cleared about
? 100 by tlu-ir ball.
The work of curbing Madison street
has already commenced.
Leonard & Jewel refrigerators at
Cooper & AlcGeo's , No. ! ! Main street ,
Permit to wed xvas yesterday given to
J. C , Smith and Mollie Wlnans , uoth of
ftTho "Quick Meal" is a quick seller ;
come and got one botoro they are gone.
Cooper i\i \ McGee.
Mr. Hicks , who has lately gone Into thn
Insurance business here , has rented the
Swan house on Grace street.
Gcorgo F. Smith is having his residence
rejuvenated by paint , and making other
Improvements in the promises.
Frank Levlnc is the Ilrst one on South
First street to put In curbing preparatory
lo the paving already ordered.
Tickets for Professor Roscdalo's course
of lectures at Masonic hull on sale at
Biishncll's. ' One dollar for course of
For Rent The Kiel's Hotel feed and
fc'ulo btublo ; brick barn 5070 , frame barn
50x100. Possession given .Juno 1. In
quire of Hoist & Spotman , Kiel's hotel.
The county superintendents of schools
hold a convention at Dcnison , June iiand
4. Superintendent Laird , of this counly ,
is to give a paper on "Classification of
ungraded schools. "
TI e attorneys for Mrs. Ilubor yester
day tiled some affidavits in support , of the
motion to set aside the judgment obtained
against her in favor of the Mercer girl.
To-day some more affidavits are to follow.
A Baptist church foeiblc will bo given
on Thursday evening next , at the liou.se
of Mrs. Mc&itt , 108 Third street , a short
distance north of Willow avcnuo. All
friends cordially invited. Refreshments ,
The same Now York firm who bought
the county bonds recently have since
purchased si)5,000 ) of Sioux City bonds ,
paying 1 per cent premium for them.
J' hey evidently believe western securities
to bo desirable for investment.
Joseph Cole seems to bo having a hard
time of it. Lately ho had si follow ar
rested for getting his wito away from him ,
breaking up his homo and moving furni
ture , woman and all into another house.
Now ho has been arrested for threaten
ing to shoot the wayward wife. Ho was
Allowed to go on Ins own bonds of if 100 ,
It not being thought that he was very
E. McGorrisk , of Lang & McGorrisk ,
DCS Moiucs , is in the city looking after
the steam heating for tiie now court
house. The Chicago firm which had the
contract has failed , and the board of
supervisors will probably rclct the con
tract to some other firm at its Juno
meeting. Air. McGorrisk lias boon gath
ering the needed information on which to
base his hid.
A rumor spread about the city yesterday
day- that a telegram had been received
announcing the fact that Reuben Roper
had boon drowned while visiting friends
in Illinois. Ho being a well known cigiir-
tnaker of this city , his many friends
were considerably shocked by the rumor.
It appeared later that it was not Honor ,
but a cousin of his , one of the relatives
whom ho was visiting.
The first district telegraph box nut in
in Council Bluffs was placed iu Wagner
& Sherlock's place. There are now over
fifty boxes in position , and the work of
construction is going on lively , with the
prospect of having 150 boxes put in with-
jn ton days more. The service was evi
dently needed in this city , for since the
opening day there has been a constant
demand for messenger boys , and the
'lusiness opened up better even than iu
( ho city across the river.
In order lost-euro means to help defray
expenses , the Bluffs hose team , which is
to take part in lite tournament at Iu- )
buqno in June , are arranging to give an
exhibition in the driving park at some
date before their departure. There will
bo u coupling contest , foot races , a base
ball game and other attractions. As the
Bluflri intend sending a strong team , one
which will do the cilv credil and doubt
less win some of Iho gill-edged prizes , iho
enterprise will doubtless bo liberally en
couraged. _ _ .
Seasonable goods of all kinds at hard-
time prices at Cooper i&McGce's.
We have a few water coolers which wo
will sell very cheap to close them out.
Cooper & AfcGco.
Before buying a gasoline stove sec the
"Quick Meal" at Copper & McCco's.
Seth Dean , of Glonwood , was visible at
the Ogden yesterday.
Judge Stockton , of Shonundoah , was at
the Paoilio yesterday.
II. B. Williams returned to his Glen-
wood homo yesterday.
A. A. Mickel , of Walnut , spent Tues
day night at the Pacific.
Mrs. J. M. Our.slcr , of Omaha , is visit
ing her mother m this city.
Major A. R. Anderson , of Sidney , was
n visitor to the Blulls yesterday.
John T , Stewart started yesterday for
Louisville on a brief business trip.
Dr. T. S. Thomas , of Carson , was
among those at the Pacific yesterday.
K , A. Babcook , Avoea'H well known
attorney , was at the Ogdcn yesterday ,
M. D , Fe/.lor , one of Stewart Bros.
Nebraska missionaries , is in from a suc
cessful trio ,
1. N. Flickingcr and Tom Ratline wont
yesterday to Wayne , Neb. , to look after
some real estate interests.
A. ( } . Dadollat , of Omaha , was over to
this side Tuesday night on a Hying visit
to his relatives and friends hero.
I. Greonanvyor , of Hamburg , is at the
Pacific anil awaiting the arrival of His
con , the well-known stockman ,
0. H. Dean und wife , Mrs. L. M. Kol-
logcand Master Gcorgo Kellogg , formed
n Missouri Valley party at the Ogdcn
Colonel Cochrsm has torsakon his big
much at Little Sioux long enough to look
nftur some of his extensive property in
Harry Birkinblne and family returned
yesterday from the east , where they wore
called by the illness und death of Mr.
liirkinbino's father ,
Mrs. T. A. Clark started yesterday for
the east , in response to a telegram an
nouncing the serious illness of her
joungcst sister , who lives near Krio ,
. . , Mrs. Mary Egan loft here Saturday
evening via the Milwaukee & St. Paul , on
visit to her old home at Hartford ,
Conn. , where she intends to spend the
fiunmcr. She was accompanied by her
ton AI. C , Egan , us far as Chicago. Ho
will vlhit friends there and iu Dixuu , III. ,
MATTERS ABOUT THE BLUFFS
A Wtuliko Dicsolution of a Cooperative
ONE RESULTOF FILLING STREETS
A Crnr.ctl Mnltlcn Injury to n , Pine
Horse-A Sinnll Uln/.c-Cliy
They Dissolve I'artticrshlp.
W. K. Wheeler , a rallroml mnn , was
before Juilgo Aylcsworlh ycaturtltty on
two surious charges. It was claimed Hint
ho Imtl stolen some shirts ittul otber
clothing belonging to George Kellogg ,
tlio night clerk : it llio Ogden , anil that ho
had pawned a silver wutch belonging to
Charles II. Meyer Kesller. Tlio evidence
showed that Kestlcr and Whculcr catuo
hero together from Missouri , and that
they made a mutual agreement that if
both could not llnti work the one that did
should "hold thn oilier up. " Kustler
, eon got employment in Drake's moat
market , and iu a few days Wheeler got a
short job. The men not having money
enough to pay their board , Kestlcrofi"ered
to put up his watch to suunro the laud-
lord , but thn landlord , Mr. Langmado ,
of the Metropolitan hotel , con
cluded to trust to thuir honor.
After a ti ue Wheeler needed a
watch to use in the railway yards where
ho had got a job , and so borrowed
Kestler's. After a tilno ho needed some
new shoes , ami not having money he got
Ilium on credit at Mr J. Dickey's sloro ,
ami deposited the watch as security. Ho
promised Kestler that as soon as ho drew
his pay ho would pay Dickey and release
Iho watch. Time went on , and he did
not do so. Kestler got impatient for his
watch , ami had wheeler arrested for
stealing it. About the same time another
charge was laid Jagainst Wheeler , Unit
of stealing the clothing belonging to Mr.-
Kellogg. This clothing was in a trunk
at Mrs. Bennett's boarding house on
Sixth street , in a closet oft" the
room occupied by Wheeler and
Kestlor. Iu the same closet was
Wheeler's valise. Kestlor says ho went
to tlio valise to see if there was not a
clean shirt there , and found this clothing.
Ho informed the landlady and she maile
an examination of the valise , satisfying
herself that someone hiuftakun Mr. Kol
logg's clothing out of tlio trunk and
placed it in Wheeler'valise. , ! . Judge
Aylesworth discharged Wheeler on the
watch case under a decision of the supreme
premo court , in a case where a man loft
a guitar to bo repaired. The repairer
used the instrument lor giving lessom ,
and sifter a time left the state , taking the
instrument witli him , und afterwards
polling it. The supreme court held
this was no larceny , because the
man did not have the intention of ap
propriating the instrument when ho cot
it iu his possession , but that it svas an
after-thought , and therefore more in the
nature of a brcaeh-wf trust. On the other
case Wheeler was discharged , because
there was no evidence tiiat ho had any
thing to do witli putting the clothing in
his valise , it might have been a job put
up on him by some one else to' get him
into trouble. He might have stolen it ,
but there was _ not suflicicnt evidence to
overcome this possibility m his innocence ,
so ho walked lorth free.
A series of illustrated lectures will bo
given in Masonic Temple hall Thursday ,
Friday and Saturday of this week. Pro
fessor Koscdale , the great eastern trav
eler , will illustrate the customs and man
ners of eastern nations in full costume ,
assisted by tis talented wife and others.
This entertainment is for the benefit of
&aiiit Paul's church , which fact , aside
from the great merits of tlio entertain
ment , should secure acrowded house ami
most liberal patronage from citizens who
have the best interests of the city at
heart. Admission 00 cents. Children Ifj
The Water Ijino Unlsod.
The appearance of water in the base
ment of some building on Pearl street ,
near Fifth avenue , has caused many con
jectures as to the cause. It was thought
by some that the ditch dug for the sewer
pipes was not refilled suflicicntly solid ,
and that the heavy rains followed down
this pipe and leaked through into the
basements. Others thought that the
swcr pipes themselves leaked. The lire
department has Una a steamer pumping
for several days , with no appreciable
diminution of the water , lesterday
thn-o wells wore dug on vacant lots near
tliero , nnd it was discovered that water
could bo struck anywhere along there at
a depth of from six to seven feet. ! rom
this it appeared that the water line has
been raised by the filling in of the streets
nnd lots , and that it is almost impossible
to help the matter much by pumping , as
it would bo necessary to pump the water
out of the whole bottoms in order to do
Go to Bcanl for low prices.
Board has an immense stock of wall
paper and room mouldings which must
bo turned into cash , so down go the prices
A Crnr.cil .Maid.
Miss Lena Gclss , a German girl , who
has been employed in the families of
John Lindor and N. Schurz , has been
taken in charge by the authorities , and
the question of her sanity is being in
quired into. Last Friday she left hero to
visit a brother living near Underwood ,
and while there was suddenly taken
wild , and tore up the bedding and broke
the windows. Hho became so violent
that it required two strong man to hold
her. She has been treated at an asylum
in the old country , but was supposed to
bo recovered , and has shown no symptoms
since until this sudden outbreak.
"It. I ) . " Wins Another Victory ,
The case of E , Leo , of Carlcton , Neb. ,
who was indicted a year ago , charged
with selling "B. B. , " has recently been
dismissed am } the entire costs charged to
the prosecution. "B. B , " us is well
known , is a beverage manufactured by
Messrs. Wheeler & Ilcreld , Council
More KmoUo Than Fire ,
About 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon an
alarm of fire was caused by the discov
ery of smoke pouring from the roof of
the little frame house at the corner of
Scott and Mynstcr streets. The lire
scorned to be confined to about the chim
ney , and apparently originated from
that. It was quickly put out , and the
damage was merely nominal. The house
is owned by George Parks , and was not
insured , It was occupied by Air , Braun ,
who travels for John Lindor.
Go to Beard for loom mouldings.
Hoislcr sells the best Ho and lOo cigars
iu the market. No. 402 Broadway.
A Jlulnud Horse.
Yesterday morning Dr. Montgomery's
line black horse got tired , apparently ,
of waiting for the doctor to finish a cUl
he was mukhigon 1-irst street , and turn
ing about made u vilir run , for u tliort
distance. The liorso fell into a ditcb ncnr
Graham avcnuo , and was badly injured.
The horse had to bo pulled out by a team
ol horses , and it is thought he is perma
nently disabled. The buggy was not badly
Go to the N V. P. Co fort
THKV WAHHANT ALL TIICY SKU. .
Opera House Block.
Go to Itanrcl for wall paper.
Lcustgo to Chario II islerM a ml get n
good cigar. No.103 Broadway.
Do Vol sells Golden Star gasoline
ranges , best in market , No. 504 B'way. '
Satisfaction guaranteed with over.C
"Quick Meal" gasoline stove , or money
refunded. Cooper & MeGcc.
Room Mouldings Largest assortment
and lowest prices at Beard's Wall Paper
Substantial abstracts of titles and rea
estate loans. J. W. & B. L. Siuiro , 10
Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
1 sell the celebrated Twin Burner gaso
line stove. That double burner beats
them all. A 4-burnor same price as a U-
burner ; a U-bnrncr same price as a 2-
burner. W A. Wood , no I Main.
The city council at their meeting last
night awarded to Hammer & Co. , the
contract for caching First street and
Dr. A , P. Hunchctt has taken rooms in
Mr. Ha/.ard'd residence , No. 700 First
avenue , for the .summer. Ollice still at
No. 12 Pearl street. Hours 10 to 12 ti.
m. , 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Heislcr don'thandlc any "smdo" cigas.
GARDEN HOSE , WARRANTED GOOD
lie per foot , ISepor foot , 21c per foot.
HOSE NOZZLES ,
Of all styles.
Host : RKEI.S , LAWN Srui.vKi.nus , Etc.Etc
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY
Opera House Block.
After a thorough invcstigatii a wo'uro
convinced that the "Quick Mei 1" is the
bcstgasolino .stove made and shall make
it our leading stove this season. Cooper
Splendid Kcsults at llnrncy Peak Ilii
71 incs In Dakota.
The Rapid City Republican , published
at Rapid City , Dak. , in its issue of April
15 , has tin ; tallowing in relation to the
Harnoy Peak company's development
and progress in tin mining in the Black
Hills , and especially of the operation of
the 1'Aia. mines , the Coat.es and Bob In-
gornoll mines , which are the richest the
company have yet developed :
The value of the tin annually imported
into the United States in the sliapo of tin
plate and block tin reaches th-j sum of
over $25,000,000. For years efforts had
been made to discover u profitable tin
mine in the United States , and although
the ore has been discovered in many
places , no locality discovered prior to
1880 produced the tin stone in sullieient
quantity to make it profitable. A man
named Cox , it is said , was the first to
recognize the cassiterite in the gravel
washings in the Bear Gulch country.
Contemporaneously tin stone was dis
covered at the Etta mine , which was at
that time being worked tor mica.
Lodes of enormous .size have been dis
covered and developed , showinc : thoit-
sapds of tons of ore which will over
reach the value of those of the rest of the
world. The grand slumbering industry
has been slow in coming to an awaken
ing , but now it is thoroughly awake and
will move on with giant strides until the
Black IlilLs shall stand forth a the great
est tin producing region of the world. ANew
Now lork company had confidence
enough in the reports to send experts to
the hills to examine into the truth of the
statements , and a.s a consequence an ex
amination of the Etta mine resulted in a
sale of it to the New York syndicate.
They at oneo proceeded in a businesslike
ness-like manner and commenced
the development of their property.
The results were so flattering and prom
ised such great success that the company
commenced purchasing other mines in
different parts of the tin area of the
Southern Hills , and had a largo concen
tration mill planned , to work the ore.
The plans were drawn up with direct and
special reference to the working of the
ores at the Etta mine. The mill was
made in accordance with the plans and
shipped to the mine. Months elapsed be
tween the time of designing the mill and
the time when the wheels of the grand ,
monster plant wore first revolved , u few
days since , inaugurating what will prove
to be one of the greatest mining indus
tries in the world.
The average amount of tin stone in the
ores at the Cornish mines is about l.i'5 '
cent. This may Do co sidered reliable ,
us the records of miniii" ; are kept by the
government and oxteniP through a long
period of years. In the German mines it
is 0.5 and O.i : per cent of the whole mass.
The cassiterite in the ores of tin seldom
exceed ii per cent in any country outside
of the Bhiek Hills. The tin stone concen
trated from the Etta , Coutcs and Bob In-
gorsoll ores during their run the
last week or ton days average from
0 to 7 PIT cent of the entire mass
of rock crushed. It is beautifully
separated from the gunguo , and the pro
duct Is a large mmntity of the tin stone of
a very rich gratio. No onclonget doubts
the fact that the Etta mill is a success ,
The confidence of the company in their
enterprise is evinced in the fact that they
will erect another large mill during the
present year on some of their other prop
erties. They own valuable mines distant
at Hill City , and at u point about four
miles from the EUu , and uKo have inter
ests in the Tenderfoot region ,
Things are working smoothly at the
Etta mills , though they have not boon
running continuously. They started up
the 25th of last month , and ran one ton
only. No rock was then run until the lid
hist. , and run continuously until Sunday ,
about seven ( lavs in all , perhaps a litifu
less , The product is something over 18-
000 pounds of cassitorite. Only forty or
lifty tons of ore are being crushed daily ,
while the capacity of the mill is 200 tons
dajly. If the ore averages i ! per cent the
daily yield of tin stone will bu six tons ,
If the cassiterito will average 50 per cent
metallic tin ( some of it is pure , running
10 percent of the pure metal ) , the result
will bo 0,000 , pounds of pure metallic tin ,
which , at the present prices , would
bo worth about ft,200or$3(5,000u month ,
There is every possibility of the ore con
taining over a per cent of cassiterito , and
it will average oyer GO per cent metallic
tin , so wo may expect a monthly produc
tion from the Etta of 50,000 or there
abouts , There are few gold or silve1 *
mines can beat this , ami there is plenty
of it. Gentlemen who yesterday returned
from a trip through the tin region are en
thusiastic , and say that there's enoiigh
tin up there to supply the world. No
doubt this is Into ,
The ultimate success of the Etta con
centrating mill was never questioned ,
though some propheslzcd that the liret
trial would prove abortive. All reports ,
however , thus far received from the mill
have been entirely favorable to the en
terprise , The success of the Etta mill
was all that has boon regarded necessary
to confirm the mineral wealth of the
southern hills , and now that this vital
point has boon established in thoallirma-
tivu the friend * ot this section have the
broadest and firmest grounds upon
which to base great hopes for thc2future
of the tin territory.
Avcrnjjo .Minstrel Jokes.
"Oh , 1 alwajs know Peters would find
n watery grave , " said the cud man ; "it
was in Ins horoscope , -don't you kuow (
and nothing could prevent it. " "Well ,
but Deters wasn't drowned ; ho was run
over by the cars. " "Oh , pshaw ! You
forget it was a milk train. "
"I say. Fudging , can you toll mo why
the Bartholdi staluo is like 'tho flowers
that bloom in the fairing' ? " Pmlgins
"Oh , 1'vo heard that ; it's stale. Guess
I'll bite again , tho.Ugh. Tell mo why ,
1'nd Alan ' 'Because , so far ns wo know ,
it Is the only thing .that had nothing to
do with the Oregon. "
"Perhaps some of you gentlemen cnu
toll mo what I can do to reduce the SIKO
of my chickens , said the interlocutor ,
after the beautiful ballad , "Mother's
Gone to Feed the Hens , " had been sung.
"You might cut off their heads,1'sug
gested Bones. "Oh , no. 1 think lee
much ot them for that. " "Well , then ,
why don't you bantam ? " asked he of the
Bones "Mr. Johnson , suppose wo were
in the blue room at the white house and
I should pull down two of the curtains ,
how much darker would it bo ? " Interlocutor
cuter "Really , Bones , 1 can't tell. Well ,
how much darker would it bo In the blue
room of the white house if you should pull
down two of the curtains ? " Bones
"Why , two shades. " Interlocutor "That
beautiful song , 'Wo Ain't Got Long to
Our carpet stock is large ! and well se
lected ami is kept full by the arrival of
new , fresh goods. II comprises
Moquettes : ,
Body Brussels ,
Ingrain , Etc.
Tambour , ;
e Siding ,
'GS ' ,
Etc. Curtains madq'and'hung. Carpets
made and laid by skilled ( workmen.
We are olibring a One line of White
Goods , %
Beautiful Embroidery ,
Dress Patterns ,
Summer Dress Goods ,
And invite customers to examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere. Prices
reasonable and goods as represented.
Wo have lately introduced .special bar
gain tables that comprise the best values
ollercd in any market.
Lncc at fie.
4 > ooi ! Stamped TowcU lit lOc.
Fine beautifully Ktaiupcd
Towel * sit ! 25c , half llic price
Good Blose , lOe.
Beautiful Barrett Plaid I > rc s
Goods at 25eper yard ; worth 4Oc.
The hciit Corset , 75e , usually
Hold lor # 1.25.
Those are a few of the many bargains
that can best bo appreciated by personal
Daily watch this column for future
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Ogdnti Houtic SEnlCH on ami
after lUny IN ! will bu 2.00 and
$2.50 B'er l tiy ,
liMinptliur front pnror ! rooms.
nny Hoard , $25 1'nr Month.
II. SitiLOWAY , Prop. MAHIC ] ) uiiviManager. : .
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
- . T 31) ) : Td'QBDER ' ,
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
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OFFICER - fyPUSEY ,
CONNUIL HLUFFS , IA.
(15 ( Y THE TAYLOR SYSTEM. )
MRS. L. SIMMONS ,
fia , ill I ISroiulwiiy.
In older tocsttiblUh my icpututlon In Council
MlutUfor tlno work , 1 will KOUTHK PKISKNT ,
donllcuttlnir. tilting and maklnir as chuup as It
la dona elsewhere. Ladlf s need have no four of
mlBllts IIH my oxpcrlunco gum unices pcrlcct
Creston House ,
The only hotel InCouucII Bluffs having
And all modern Improvement * .
. "IU Muln tt' .
1S. S17 und
WAX .MOHN ,
t * S Sa S M M * ,4Hwr
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DEEKE , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements , Bn&las ,
, r.to , Etc. Council lllulTs.lowa.
KEYSTONE MANUFACTUK1NU CO. ,
Corn Shelters , Stalk Cutters ,
s , Scedcm , Corn Planters , Food Cut
lers , IHo. Factory , HockHiills , 1IU.
Xoy. If 01 , 153-1 , 150 * > , 1507 Main St. , Council mufti.
DAVID 1MADLKY & C < xi
MnntH'rs nn I Jobbers ot
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
Carrlagca , nml nil kinU of I'nv.n Miiohlnorr.
1100 to 1113 South Mnln Street , Council nitlfTs ,
P.O. Clt.RisoN , T. ll.Dounn ? , UEO.I'VUIOIIT. ' .
I'rcs.&Treim. V..l'rcs.VMiui. 803 &Cnunsol.
Council Bliils Haadls Facbry ,
( Incorporated. )
Maniifncturernof Axle , 1'iclc , Sloiljro nod Simll
Handles , of ovcry tlosorlptlon.
COUNCIL HLUFFS CAKl'KT CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , Cnrt'iln Vlxturo1) ) , Upholstery C.oois ,
Bto. Na ( US llro.ulivay Council muffs ,
ta , ron.icco , arc.
PEttEGOY & MOORK ,
Wholesale Jobber * In tbo
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
NOB. 8 M n I n uiiU 27 1'cnrl Sts. , Council Qlullj ,
_ CQ.V.W.SS/O.V. / _
SNYDEll & LEAMAN ,
Frnit and Produce Commission Merchants.
_ No. 14 Poirl St , Council Illults.
_ CltOCKKltr. _
MAUUEll & CRAIG ,
Importers & Jobbers of Crociery.Glasi . wan
Lamps , 1'iiilt Jars , Cutlery , Stono\v.\ro , liar
Goods , Knncy Goodq. r.ic. Council Illuda ,
I1AHLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Pimdrlt" ) . Kto. No. 23 Main St. , unil
No. SI 1'earl St. , Council Uiulls.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Ijoirters ail Jflbsw of Dry Gis ) ,
Notion ? , Ktc. Nos. Hi and 114 Muln St. , N'o
and 11 > I'entl St. . Council lllulia. lown.
O. W. BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Frails a Specialty
General Commission. No. 513 Diomlway ,
W1HT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Coafectionsry & Fancy Groceries.
Noi. 10 and 18 Pearl St. , Council muffs.
L. KIUSC1IT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Stapla and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Broad
way , Council Hlults.
HECKMAN & CO. ,
JJnnu'ncfJrcis of and Wholesale Doalerj In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 623 Main St. . Council lluS3 , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS. nrc.
METCALF HKOTHERS ,
Jobbers ia Hats , Cips aid 61)733. )
NOP. : ilanJ ! 311 Broadway , Coinoll llluits.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Halls , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council Minify town.
H1DKS AND WOOL.
D. II. McUANELU & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sals of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , 1'olts , Orcasoand Kurd Council
Hlnlta , Iowa.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & LiteloitiajOll } Ginlla )
EJTO. , H3TO.
8. Theodore , Agent , Council llluiffl. Iowa.
JsUJJUUR , P1MNO , KTC.
A. OVEKTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southau Lumbsr , Filing ,
* ud Itriilt-'o Mitlcrlnl SpecluUlos.Wholesulo Lum
ber of all Kind * . O.llcuNo. LUMuIn St. ,
Council lllulfH. Irivviu
JOHN LINDEU ,
Imported and Domestic V/iaes / & Liquors.
At'cnt lor St. Cottharrt'a llcrli Hltti < ra. No. U
Sliiln at. Council Hl.iHa. _
SCHNEIDEK & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
j\uiW > .Vifi St. , f .iiri ( Ittu'Jt ,
N. SCHXJRZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Exprosi Company.
China , ( llnsswiiro mid Lumps ,
\\rS. llomur&Oo. .
No. 23 , Main St.Cuunuil Ululft , fa.
STEAM DYE WORKS
HRS.C.L.GILLKTTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No 29. Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opo. Pgstofflce.
Flrst-claes Accommodation ? In Kvcotlilnj * 1'or-
tuhilntf lo thu MI cry lluslnoss.
Finest Landau in the City
Hoarding a epuclally. Telephone 1T8.
FIELD & COLE , Props.
PtARL STrtEET RINK STABLE.
WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES ?
FIRST CUSS Id EVER ! RESPECT
HIRAM W. DAVIS & CO.
Established lit 1877.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERENT STYLES.
3OOO ( > Vehicles Annually. Hcntl for Catalogue , Prices , Freight
Itates anil Testimonials. -
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Hrlclc tullilln ? nnv kind ralspil or mnvcil ami satisfaction guaranteed. Finmo houses move J
o&LutloUlaat truo'o-tbu bejt In thn worlJL
803 Eighth. A.venu3 nnl Eighth Street , Council Bluffs.
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
I Imx o n quantity of pound , well clcunoil see 1
whlcli 1 offer at u. > : ibm\ll'j : fluica. Eeo.l of the
crop of 1 8' > . I'orroppomlonca folleitcd. F. O.
IIUTLl'lt , SchalkT , Iowa. C. & N. W. Ky.
NOTIOE.-Spool.il advertisements , such ft I
Loat.Found , To Loan , i'o Sala , To Il3.it , W\nu
Boanllnjj.otc. will bo Insortotl la this column it
tholoirrato ot TBH CENTS PRll LINE for Ii3
flrstlnaortlonand FIVB GHXId PKlt LIXK for
each sutwjuont insortlon. Loivo aivortUj
montBat our olUao , Ho. li Porl street , noir
Broadway , Council lllulfd.
. Y . * r iIi > l'irt riri6 < " bii7ncr. Humly urn-
ployincnt , (1.1 per week. . \ . H. Mori Is ,
Line In , iVoo. ( ilU-lil
\\rANTKD A solicitor to ork nnion mil-
it road employes for Stiunlurd Accident In-
B'linnco compnny of Do'iolt ' , Mich , J. 0 I < iitif (
A : Co , ngciits. No. 5 Pearl street , Council Ulull" ,
ANTFD First e'n R dlnltif room frirli nt
tliu llLvh'olo hold , Iliomtwuy , Council
Hlulfs. _ _ _ _
WANTED Flvo frst class dinlnjr room pills
uttho llccitclli ) liotul.
W ANTKD Sltunt'on us a'crk in a store by
young ludy. Add o-'S 1C. Jt. C. , Hoc olllca
P0 B.VI.n Fir = it-clii6s pool table. Apply at
Itcscuo Enino House.
TTIOK SAWS Union avenues liotol property ,
-t ! Special biirt'iiln. E. U She.ifo , MJ Dioiulivny.
BIDS will ho received up to noon of tlio UUh
of Mny for tlioircclion of u kitchen lit tlio
Inwn Institution lor the Ucnf ttnd Dumb.
I'lnns nnd specifications will I o rundy by May
ithand : ! eiin ho ? ccn nt the office of the Insti
tute. Usual rlffhtM reserved. II. 0. Hnnir.ond : ,
OH SALE Old tinpors. In quantities to suit ,
at lloo ollico No. 12 Pourl stroot.
FOR SArI5 Oil T.tADK-Stock of mlllinory
and fancy notions. All now. OooJ loa-
tlon. tales ti'.U'JO a yoar. O , Hoe , Councl
Illutfe , lowo.
Choice I > l-i > In > - of LalcNt Pat-
Icnii , All Opinion.
A Select Stock of Choice
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers iu MilcliCows.
A % 1 At Out Stock
No fiOS and 500 K. Droadwny.Cotinuil Ms
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices iu Htatu anil Fudur.il C'ouiK
Kouius 7 ouit S , rfnuiai-t liluolc.
CUT THIS OUT !
GOOD MAY 15 ,
Iluvln ; nmdo extensive lin-
prnionionls nnd Incmifio.l our
llucllitlc.9 , worlsli to cull nspo-
' I'll aUi'iitlon IQ the work now
iclnir Ininu.l out by us , claim ,
ix-it to lie c'liial ' to that of
my custom luundry.
In urdor lo Introduce our
woi' < outMUla the city of Coun
cil I In Jr ) . o will upon iccolpt
ot tula llcUct , accompanied by
rntuinpostuifo.Luumliy S'x Col-
Inisor Unit * PUUJJ , for either
ladies or ftintlumon
Home Steam Laundry
54O ft roadway , Onim-ll HI nil's.
N , H. Out of town orders Kh'cn prompt at
tention.Vo pii ) ; luturiK arum on-all work ro-
ccivudtrlien aeuoiupuuU'J. l-jr ft.th In
iU J'Ull UlUUUMt. . . . .
Manufacturer * of all elzosof
Especially Resinned for Running
MILLS , GUAINJ2LEVATOIIS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS ,
. Tubular and Locomotive Boilers.
New Massillou Thresher. } .
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
Horses and Mules
For nil puipoBos. liousht nnd sold , nt retail and
n lotB Luigo < | Uiuititto8 to telect from.
MASON WISE ,
Strcelt , Hear Pacific House.Counil . Bucs
KIEL SALE STABLES
Horses and Mulua kept constantly on liiuid
for fill' ) at retail or in car lotd : .
Ordure promptly Illlod by contract ouelioit
notlco. Block sold on commission.
8HI.UTKII 3c IIOI.UV. Proprietors.
Btnblo Rornur filth Avvnuu and 1'ourth 8t
L. W , Tui.l.UVS , Prus. T. J. 13 VANS , Vlco-Proa.
JAMKS N. UHOWN , Cashier.
Council Dili National Bank
103 MAIN STREET ,
Aiithorizod Capital 850,000
Stockholders Itoprosont 1,000,000
Do a Kt'noial banking I
Accounts of luniks , bunkoia , merchant * , man-
nlucturcrsand individuals rojolvo I on favora
Domestic niul forulun ciclmnjo. '
Thevoiyliost of attention -jlvii'.i to all busl
nets committed tooiir'"iio.
B. BICE , M. D ,
° r other tuuvna removed w
the knlfo or drawliitf of blmJ.
CHRONIC DISEASE of all Jclmls a spoclaltr.
Over thirty years' pr.
KJ. 11 1'uuil Ktiuct , COIIIK U lllutli
IE CABTEB WHITE LEAD CD'S ' ,
DIAMOND 1IIIAND Or
STIUCTI rune LEAD , ZINC AH D OIL
Aic iiucolutcly pnro , HI represented. One ( rut.
Ion "III cover two ( iiiiKluil and Illty bUr.io |
( cut two coma , nnil will Miiy on longer tlmn an/
otlii'ijialnt irmnufuetuiert. 1'or sulu liy
til i n Duuas , I'AiNra.Ou.s , Kro
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