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THE DAILY BEE.
WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY. 10.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
CrlUcitd liy cnrrlcr In nriypnrtof tlio city nt
twtnty cents per w ock.
11. W. Tn.io.v , . . . Manager.
. .cn , No.
NHIIIT IDITOII' No. Si.
Now spring goodi at Itoltor's.
lUicn is to appear at the opera house
Leonard & Jewel refrigerators at
Cooper & McGco's , Xo. 41 Main strcut ,
The "Quick Meal" in a quick seller ;
come nnd trut ono buforo they are gone.
Cooper & Alctici * .
Dr. Cleaver is building a brick oflico
on North Main si reel In connection with
his residence property.
Work on the new Episcopal church is
progressing nicety , and ilie linishing
touches will soon be put on.
The need of a sweeper for the paved
streets , nnd n regularity in its use is very
apparent. It would be economy in the
The Ur.u ollleo in ( ho Binds Is bclnsr
renovated and rejuvenated , and its in
terior decorated and furnished anew , &o
JIH to more then retain its rank as the
finest newspaper and job ollico in the city.
There was a lively racket Monday
owning near AlexOhcrt's place on upper
Broadway. Bricks llu\v and several team
sters joined In a wordy row , but no gore
was spilled and no arrests made.
The patrol wagon , which cost the city
$000 , is of no earthly use , nor heavenly
cither , and might as well bo sold for what
it will bring , to some city that needs one.
The city could use the money in other
ways very nicely.
The amount of building goingon in
Council Blull's is larger than in any sea
son since its history , and when the new
( rovcrnmcnt building and new court
house are counted in , itamonnts to nearly
twice as much in dollars and cents.
The merchants' police is extending its
protection to the resident portion of the
city , and is being increased in numbers
as well as eflieicney. IV. . Thomas , a
brotlier-in law of Captain Anderson , lias
arrived here from the west and will join
the force. He is a stalwart , physically ,
nnd will doubtless prove an able alliccr.
( SJJudgc Aylcswortli has decided not to
interfere with the commitment of Evans ,
of Logan , the attorney who was arrested
for embezzlement. The prediction was
made some time ago that this would
probably bo the outcome of the habeas
corpt s proceedings , but ( he decision was
not rendered until yesterday.
Mr. Ira Scholicld has boon having the
interior of his residence decorated in a
very attractive and artistic manner by
George H. Beard , who has already won
such a goodly reputation in this lino.
The work is certainly as line as anything
Been in this city , and'so long as suc.Ii work
can bo done by homo artists there is no
occasion for importing talent.
The dog poisoner has been creating a
havoc among soiwrof the pet canines in
the cast end of the city. At No. 1's house
Sam Morrison has lo'it a favorite dog ,
nnd "Nell. " the coach dog , is sull'cring
from poib'on. If the man who poisoned
the dogs will present himself , the boys
say they will give him $10 in cash , and
something besides. Any other informer
will bo rewarded with the cash only.
Wo have a few water coolers which we
will soil very cheap to close them out.
Cooper & McUco.
1 soil the celebrated Twin Burner gaso
line stove. That double burner beats
them all. A4-burner same price as a. ! > -
burner ; a D-burner same price as a ! )
burner. W A. Wood , GOt.Main.
Satisfaction guaranteed with cverv
"Quick Meal" gasoline stove , or money
refunded. Cooper & Mcliee.
The Bloomer Hullilltitf.
There has been more or loss comment
about the condition of the Bloomer school
building , and guesses as to whether it is
perfectly safe. In view of the rcccnt'ey-
clones these queries have been given ex
tra emphasis. Every inspection of the
building lias resulted in a verdict that it
is all right , and there ought not to be
any undue nervousness or apprehension ,
Architect Maxon , by request of the board ,
has just examined the building thorough'
ly , nnd ho dooms the only point of uossi-
ble danger to bo the tower. Ho recom
mends that this should be ronaired , and
suggests certain changes which will
make that surely safe. Until these
changes have been made thcro will bo no
school held in the Bloomer building. The
dismissal of the school was decided upon
at the meeting of the board yesterday ,
and the repairs will bo made at once. The
board evidently do not propose to take
At the Pacific House you will get all
the comforts of high-priced hotels and
ave from 50 cents to $1 per day. Try il
snd bo convinced.
Go to the N Y. P. Co. fori
THEY WAHHANT ALL THEY SELL.
Opera House Block.
Go to Beard for wall paper.
Is Jlo Cruzy ?
Yesterday -young man entered the
( horiiV's ollico , and giving his name at
Casper Walters , told the official that he
wanted to surrender himself , Ho said he
formerly lived in Underwood nml that he
attempted to outrage a vonng lady o :
that place but fulled to accomplish hi :
purpose. The actions of the young mar
'created doubts as to his sanity , and tlu
ehcritr concluded to hold him until tlu
case could bo further investigated. Par
UCH who were acquainted with the vounf
lady named were telephoned to titUndor
wood , but they responded that they had
never hoard of any such attempt having
been made upon her. It seems probable
Unit the young mini's brain is turned n
If you want perfectly satisfactory ac
connuodatious at $3 per day go to the
Pucilio House. Dopoml upon it , you wil
never regret your bhoico ,
Before buying n gasoline steve see tlu
' -'Quick Meal" at Cooper & McCeo's ,
After a thorough investigation wo an
convinced that the "Quick Meal" is tlu
best gasoline stove made and shall maki
it our loading stove this season. Coopei
For Early Closing.
As predicted iu the BEE several day *
go the clerks in the retail stores in tliii
city are about forming MI early closing
association. Yesterday the following culi
was handed into the BEE oflico.
A special mooting of the dry goods am
clothing salesmen of Council Blufls wil
bo holddt 0 o'clock Thursday evening ii
the parlora of the Bochtelo liotol to con
elder the movement to urge the closing
of all retail places of business every even
/ > , -inff , except Saturday , at 6:80 : o'clock
Representation Ja desireu from overj
rl k establishment in the city.
ti Helslcr Fells the best 6c and 10o cigar
jn the miirkot. No. 403 BroaUway.
A BIG ROLL OF MONEY IN SIGHT
The Penalties for Violations of the Permit
Law will Make Informants Rich.
BLOOMER SCHOOL BUILDING.
Opening of tlio District Court Social
JottlncB Tlio Clerks Want Tliclr
KvciiliiK * A Boll-Accused
The nccotint Kivcn in ycstortt.iy's UKI :
concerning Ilio warfare to bo intnlc tijion
druggists anil others soiling under a
county iiunuit , jirovud to bo correct.
Mr. ( iosslin'8 mission lioro was to gather
up fuct.s on whir.h to cotnmcncc suits.
Ho found tlmt many of the reports which
arc required to bo filed monthly by those
holding the permits were defeclivo and a
number had failed lo tnaku reports. He
gathered up material which , to his mind ,
warranted him in bringing about forty
suits. Thu suits are brought under the
following section :
Section 1MS. Any 1101011 havIiiR such
penult , \\linslii\ll soil Intoxicating liiitinrs at
n ( 'ieiUcr piolit tlmi is liiTiiln allowed , shall
bo liable to tit-blu tlaiimiri's to be iccovercd by
civil action In favor of the patty injured.
Ami nuy pcisiiii who shall fall to make
monthly returns as herein ii'iiuhod. or with
in live days thereafter , orhi > shall make a
false return , shall fotlelt tor each oilense the
sum of § 100 , lo be recovered In tlio name of
the state of Iowa , uuon the relation of any
citi/rn ot the county by civil action on his
bond with eosts , and one-half of the sum re-
coveied shall co to thn Informer and one-
half go to the school I'unil of tlm county.
If those suits are all successful and the
full judgment is recorded it will bo a blir
haul. Some are said to be behind in their
reports thirteen months , which would
make $1,1500 ) ienalty. The total amount
of the penalties claimed is in tlio neigh
borhood of ! jii,00p. ; As one-half of this
sum goes to thu informer , it is quite u
( laying business , for in ease of complete
success over $ ' . ! 0,000 would bo the reward
of those who are in&tigatmg these suits.
It is understood that Mr. Uossliu will
not attempt to prosecute these claims
himself , but that the light in court will bo
made by Cole , McVeigh & Clark , of Dos
Moines , a strong law linn , who are known
throughout the state. If the penalties
claimed can be _ recovered in every county
in the stale , it is a fortune * worth making
a bitter light for.
The move made hero I o gather up the
evidence by an inspection of the reports ,
has caused no little excite
ment among those interested. The
notices of suits have been placed m the
hands ot the sherill' , and there is conster
nation among those who held county per
mits to sell intoxicants. There has been
a great deal of carelessness in regard to
those reports , they being lookeu upon
largely as u matter of lorn ; . How far
these defects in tlio reports will all'ect the
parties making thorn remains a question
for the courts to decide.
Some have criticized Auditor Clausen
for allowing Go slin to inspect the re
ports. The fact is that he got the re
ports in tlio absence of the auditor , the
( loputy letting him have the reports to
look over. If the auditor had been
present , ho might not have protested
against tin1 inspection ol the papers , aud
had ho refused there is little doubt but
that he could hayo been compelled to
show them up , as they are matters of
public record. Any criticism of the olli-
cer or his deputies is , therefore , unjust
' Those against whom suits are to bo
brought will light , doubtless , and not
allow judgments to bo taken against
them , except at the end of long and
hardly contested suits , ( iosslin is : i young
lawyer , but if he succeeds in his present
attempt he will make more in a year erse
so than he could at the bar .should ho
practice for many years. There are ripe
plums on the tree , and he seems bound tc
gather them in.
Heisler don't ' hantllc any "snido cigar"
GARDEN HOSE , WARRANTED GOOD
4c per foot , Ige per foot , iMc porf oot.
HOSE NOZZLES ,
Of all styles.
IIosi : REELS , LAWN SriiiNKLnns , Etc.Etc
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY
Opera House Block.
LGUMRO lo Charic Hislcr's and get a
good cigar. No. 402 Broadway.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. J ,
Brown entertained a number of friends
at their residence on Seventh sheet , corner
nor of Fifth avenue.
Progressive euchre was the order of the
evening , nnd a few light refreshments
were served at 1030 ; o'clock.
The prizes were awarded as follows
First ladies' prize , a Burmese-ware lingei
bowl , to Mrs Judge Wilson , of Kansas
second prize , an ivory tablet , Mrs. J ,
Williams , of Omaha ; lirst gentleman' ?
prjze , a wen wiper. Judge James ; second
prize , Hoylo's Book of Games , John N ,
The company was composed of Judge
and Mrs. Wilson , of Washington , Kan
sas ; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Rockwell , Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Elwcll , Mr. and Mrs G.
W. Thompson , Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tyler ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rico , Mr. and Airs ,
S. P. MacConnell , Mr. and Mrs. J. A ,
Jackson , Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Conovcr ,
Mr , and Mrs. W. J. Hancook , Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Gault. Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Looniis. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jackson ,
Mr. anil Mrs. II. 11. VanBrunt. Mr. ami
Mrs. II. C. Cory , Mr. ami Mrs. J. N
Baldwin , Mrs. George II. Champ , Mrs ,
M. E. Smith , Airs. Horace Everett , Mrs
B. Xovely , Mrs. L. C. McDowell , Mrs. W
W. Dearborn , Miss Albright , Judge Lar
imor , Charles Iluss , Judge James ami
Heard has an immense stock of wall
paper and room mouldings which miisi
be turned into cash , so down go the price.
Seasonable goods of all kinds at hard' '
time prices at Cooper &McGco's ,
Dcutli of John Deere.
John Deere , the largest plow manu
facturer in the world and a pioneer set
tler of western Illinis , died at 8 o'clocfc
last night , after a lingering illness at hU
homo in Molino. Ho was in tlio eighty ,
third year ot his ago , having boon born
at Rutland , Vt. , February 7 , 1801. His
life during his earlier years was ono ol
severest toil. At the age of IU ho was
apprenticed to a blacksmith and followct !
thi ? trade more than a quarter of a con.
tury. Ho settled in Grand Detour , Ogle
county. 111. , 5n 1837 , and at once
began to make plows in u lim
itcd if not a primitive way ,
Ho hammered out Ids own shean
upon the anvils and was considered n
marvel of progress for that time in \ t
section of the stato. As fast as capital
and credit accumulated the business wnt >
extended. In 1817 it had grown to such
proportions as to warrant a removal tc
Moline , where a water power had been
partially developed and the Mississippi
river auordod the moans of trmunortu-
tion which there wore no railroads tc
furnish , The lirst year's work numbered
nearly 1,000 plows. It' was at this
time that Mr. Dwra .fonnd ' il
necessary to import his btcol
from England. ' The busjucbs
prospered nlniost without interrnp-
tion until the < lny of the founder's death
saw his works employing over 1,200 men ,
nnd iMr. Docro's es'ate is high up into the
hnndrwh of thonsatuls of dollars. More
probably to Mr. Deere than to any other
nmii is the thriving city of Moline in
debted. Ho was elected the first mayor
of the city in 1878 , nnd for several years
served as president ol the First National
bank. He was identified with the First
Congregational church , and gave liber
ally of his ample means for its support.
The missionary cau e was ono which at
tracted his especial care , and to this anil
the Sunday school cause ho cave thousands
of dollars. Politically ho was a zealous to-
publican Ho leaves a son , Charles II.
Dccrel who is now and lias been for sev
eral years manager of the plow works ,
and three daughters. The cause
of his death was old age and dyspepsia.
Recently Mr. Deere returned from a trip
to California , and since Hint time lias
stadily failed until the last.
The factory lias several branches in
dill'iirent parts of the country , ono of the
most important of which is that of Dceru ,
Wells As Co , in this city. Mr. Docro's
son , C. II. Deere , has been practically
the manager of his father's business for
years , so that the death of the elder
Deere \\ill in no wise all'ect the business.
Room Mouldings Largest assortment
and lowest prices at Beard's Wall Paper
. .Tames- . Jackson has gone to Chicago.
Hoyt Sherman , jr. , of DCS Moinc.s. was
in the city yesterday.
11. U. Benton and wife , of Silver City ,
were at Kiel's hotel yesterday.
I.V. . Harrod , of Harlan , was among
the lowan.s visiting the Blull's yesjterday.
Colonel C. R. Scott , now of Omaha ,
was greeting his Council Blull's friends
Mrs. .Tamos A. Jackson , and Jmlgo and
Mrs. Wilson left yesterday for Washing-
Ion county , Kim.
Mrs. O. M. Scott , of Grant , Oregon , is
visiting her brother , W. 11. Taylor , at
No , 017 Soutli Sixth street.
Fred M. Loomis to-day starts out on
his missionary trip through Nebraska in
the interest of David Bradley & Co.
James Fraxicr and wife and Mrs. Geo.
Pullman , of Silver City , were in the
city yesterday , and registered tit Kiel's
II. P. Butler , chief clerk anil cashier at
tlm local freight ollleo of the Chicago ,
Milwaukee A ; St. Paul railway , lias gone
on a short visit to his old home in
J. C. Bixby has returned from Chicago.
where lie lias been purchasing material
for the contract lie has to furnish steam
heating littings for the institution at
Mrs. Lane , of Now York , is at the
Pacific house and recovering from her
illness. Siie arrived her with her hus-
batiil and son , but being taken ill re
mained here , while they went westward
for the son's _ health. She will soon be
able to join them.
Substantial abstracts of titles and rac
estate loans. J. W. & E. L , Squire , 10.
Pearl street , Council Blull's.
Do Vol sells Golden Star gasoline
ranges , best in market. No. 50t B'way.
Go to Beard for low prices.
_ t _ ? fi
The District Court.
Judge Loofbourrow opened the term oi
the district court hero yesterday. The
grand jury was impanelled and given
the usual instructions. A number oi
cases were assigned , and beyond this
sort of routine business nothing was
Go to Beard for room mouldings.
HcJ Thoroughly Understood the Wo-
innn'H Sensitive Nature.
Detroit Free Press. lie knocked on the
front door , but as there was no response
lie passed around to the rear and found
the woman of the hous j wiping oil'a bed
stead in the wood shed. The man smiled
the air in a suspicious manner , and the
woman Hushed bcarlct.
"Corrosive sublimate is a capital
thing , " lie blandly observed , "but there
is no danger in using it. I nave known
" do sir " she demand'
"What you want , ? '
ed as she came forward.
"Madam , I am selling a preparation
"Don't want it. "
"A preparation which I warrant tc
"I t.ld ) you I don't want it ! "
"Please do not mjsundcrstand me ,
madam. My preparation is to remove
"Oh ! it is ! I thought it was to to "
"While corrosive sublimate is goo.l foi
corns , madam , it docs'nt begin witli mj
preparation. Full directions accompany
each box price twenty-live cents. "
"Well , I'll take a box. I am berry if J
hurt your feelings , but I thought you
meant the bedstead. "
"Never ! although , madam , if you evet
discover that the bedstead is troubled
with corns or bunions use this salvo free'
ly. I warrant it to remove "em. "
There are over 100,003 acres of govern'
nient land in the San Luis park undei
irrigating canals subject to entry undei
the homestead , pre-emption and timbei
culture acts. These lands are all smooth
valley lands on the Rio Grai.de river ,
there being probably not COO acres in tlu
entire body which is not susceptible ol
Hal ford Sauce it Is delicious. Sole
Horses and Mules
For all purposes , bought and Bold , at totall and
n lot . Large qnanlfttos to fccloct fiom.
HASON WISE ,
Elreett , Near Pacific HouseCcunil , Bucs
KIEL SALE STABLES
Horses und Mules kept constantly on Imnd
for Bale at retail or In cur loads.
Orders proradtly tilled by contract on ehort
notice. Stock sold on commission.
8HM1TEK 4 I1OI.BV , Proprietors.
Stable Corner Fifth Avenue and Fourth 86
Council lllutfs lawn.
B. BICE , M. D.
CAKCERS ? hV erooVmdara'irIn7oUf0ffoaa ;
CHRONIC DISEASES or aii uud. 8peciaur.
Over thirty year * ' pract.oaloxporienaj.
Mo. 11 Pearl Street , Coiini tl Ululld.
Grown and selected from Muscatiiu
Scctl by ,
J. R. McPherson ,
Grower nnd Dealer In
VK4SKTAS5LK I L./t\T $ ,
AM > FKDITS
Council Bluffs. lown.
OFFICER & PTISEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
( BY THE TAYLOU SYSTEM. )
MRS. L. SIMMONS ,
i\'o. ! tl.t Rr m < l\vay.
In order to establish my reputation In found
llluirs for line work , I will FOR THH I'UUSKNT ,
do nil cutting , nttlnff mid milking a chimp ai II
Is donn olsmvhcie. Iiullea ncoil lm\o no tviir ol
inlsllts us my experience eunrnntt'L's pcrfccl
The onlj-hotcl In Council lllutls having
3 ± 3soa/pe
Anil nil modern Improvements.
215,217 und 210 Muln st.
MAX MOHN , Prop.
Ogdcn Blouse ItatCH on and
after 31 ay 1M will be Q2.OO and
§ 2.50 B cr B ay ,
K.\cnptlntf front parlor rooms.
Dny Itimril , $ B5 Per Month.
U. SILMIWAV , 1'ropi M utK UUIIYKA , Mniuigcr
Choice Display Latest Pal
teritH , AH Oracles
A Select Stock of Choice
I have a quantity of sound , well cleaned see.
which 1 offer nt reasonable figures. Seed of tin
crop of 188. ) . Corrcbpoudeneo solicited. F. O
BUTLKR , Schallor , Iowa. C. & N. W. liy.
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers in Milch Cows.
lit Our Stock lardi
No 502 and 500 E. Broadway.Council BIT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices In State and Federal Courts
Hooias 7 and 8 , Sliuuart Block.
L. W. TIM.EVS , Pros. T. J. EVANS , Vice-Pros
JAMKS N. DROWN , Cashier.
Council Bluffs National Bank
102 MAIN STREET ,
Capital $100,00 (
Authorized Capital 250,00 (
Stockholders Represent 1,000,001
Do iifrcnorai biinkliifr buelnngj.
Accounts of Imnks , banhcra , inerohnnta , man
utaoturcrsand individuals rocelvo.l ou favor
Domestic and foreign exchange.
The very boat of attention given to all bus :
nets committed to ourrnro.
Manufacturers or oll'slzoaof
Automatic' ' , Engines
' ! i
Especially Designed forUunnlnz
MILLS , GUAIN.KLEVATOHS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS
Tubular and Locomotive Boilers.
New Massillon .Threahera.
Carey and Woodbury Horse Powers
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engine. ? ,
SAW MILLS , ETC.
Factory Massillon , 0. Branch House
510 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
SEND FOB 1886 ANNUAL.
STEAM DYE WORKS
MRS.C.L.GILLETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORI
No29. Main St.Council Bluffs , Opo , Postoffice ,
WHOLESALE ABD JOBBING
zaroTJSEs OF :
" ' .WltlCl'J.TlJltA'L MMftMlK.VA-T "
DEE11E , WELLS & UO
Agricultural Implements , Bn&lH ,
_ Cm rlftjres , Kto .Wo. Council llltifTs , Ion a.
KEYSTONE MANUl CTURINcTcO
Corn Shelters , Stalk Cutters ,
DIscItnrrowA , Si-pilors , Corn Planters , FooJ Cul
lcr , Kto. Fnotory , Uock Full ? , Ills.
Xos. 1.101 , 1WI , lfio. % 1537 Mnln St. , Council IMiilK
DAVID 1WADLKY it COT ,
Mnmir'rsnn 1.1 nbbcrs ot
Agricultural Implements.Wagons . , Buggies ,
. mi't ' nil kin Is ot Turin Mnohlnorr.
1100 to 111 ! ) South Main Street , CounII Illurts ,
! ' . ( ) . Qi.msoN. T. H.Dnum.ii , Gno.K WIUOIIT.
' - . . . . ' . .
1'i-cs.A.Trcnq. V.-l'res AcMiui. SojComisol.
Council BltilTs Handla Factry ) ,
Mnnufnctiircrsor A.vlo , 1'lck , Slocliro and Small
lliinJli > s , or uvcry iluivriptlon.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CAHl'KT CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , Curtiiln Fixtures , UplmMorjOooJs ,
Ktc. No. 40o Ilroivlvray Council Hluirs ,
CMlAltS , T01IACCO , KTC.
1'KUKGOY & MOORE ,
Wholesale Jobbers in tlio
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Nos. 28 Jlnln mul 27 1'onrl Sts. , Council
SNYDER & LEAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. HPunrl St. Council llluITs.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
Lamps , Fruit Jnrg , Cutlery , Stoiiowm-o. Uar
Goods , Fiuioy Hood * . Kto. Council UluiTs ,
I1ARLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Sundries' Ktc. Nu. 2-J Mnln St , and
No. 81 Pearl St. , Council llliitrs.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Importers and JoWsrs of Dry
Notions. Kto. Noi. 112 nnd 114 Main St. , No3. lli ;
and 115 Pearl St. , Council Hluffj. Iowa.
0. W. JUJTTS ,
Wholesale California Pralts a Specialty
General Commission. No. 51'J Dtoadwny ,
_ Council DlulTa. _
WIKT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. 1(1 and 18 Pearl St. , Council
L. KIRSCI1T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 Broadway -
way , Council lllulTs.
HARNESS , KTC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Jfnnu'acturorsof and Wholesnlu Doilcra In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 525 Main St. . Council Blairs , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. iil'J and 314 Broadway , Council IIlutTs.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council Hindu , Iowa.
HIDES AND WOOL.
D. H. McUANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , I'eltB , Grease and Fun Council
Iluffs , Iowa.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Doattri In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils Gisolins
32TO. , EoTO.
B. Theodore , Agent , Council llluffs. Iowa.
LUMUER , PILING , KTC.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
* bd Bridge Material SpoclnltIi sWlioles .lo Lum
ber ot all Kinds. Oflico No. 134 Mala St. ,
Council Illulfa. lowu.
WINES AND LJQUOHS.
JOHN L1NDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agent for St. Gottlmrrt'a Herb IlittoH. No. 13
Main St. Council IHulta.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Aii COO Main St. . Cr.unctl Illuft.
Justice of the Peace.
Oflico Over American Express Company.
THE MBJEB WHITE lEM CD'S ' ,
DIAUOND I1IIAND OF
STRICTLY PURE LEAD , ZlliC AHD OIL
Are absolutely pure , as represented. Ono g-ul-
Ion will rover two hundred and llfty fcquure
feet two coats , and will May on lonirer tuun any
other paint manufactuicd. For solo by
. EC. KEI Lj-y
, PAINTS , OII.B , ETC
RINK LIVERY STABLE.
First-class Accommodations In Kverjthlnir Per
taining to the Llyery Business.
Finest Landau in the City
FOB LADIES VISITING.
Boarding a specialty. Telephone 18.
FIELD & COLE , Props.
PEARL STRF-EF RINK STABLE.
HIST CUB II fflll DECT
IMnbltNltctt In 1877.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERED STYLES.
2OOOO Vehicles Annually. Semi for Catalogue , Price * , rrclgltt
Itutcs and Testimonials.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
llrlck h.ilMIn ? nnv fclml rnl od or tnnvol nn.l satisfaction Ritnrantooil. Frnmo houses movoJ
onLluloUlaattrtia'M-tha bujtlu tbnrorll. .
808 Eighth A.YOIUIO aii-1 Eighth. Straafc , Council Bluffe.
- * / (
4 it r 226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Special advertisements , such us Lost , Tonnil ,
To Loin , Pur Silu , To Rent , Wants' , Hoaiillnif ,
etc. , will holncortod In this column nt tlio low
rntoorTKN'CKNTRPKU LINT lorilio llrst ( user
tlunnnd 1'lvo Cents 1'ei-Lino I'm-oacli subso iiit-nt
liiBcitlon. Leave uilvurlUomcnt * at one ofllcp.
No. 12 1'onl sliuLt , near Hioailwny , Council
7 > OH SALE-Two lotB-JI lent IromN. WfiFy
> truck , Biiltatilo for wtirrhoiiso or fnutory
urposcAi K. li Sliouto , TOO llrondwny.
\\MNTEO-Two tlrst class ilrossraala-rs nt
T > Miss Gleason's , : ! 1 I'o.irl street.
\\7ANTHD-A solicitor to work aiiiona rail-
roiul employes for Sinndurd Accident In
surance company ol Delicti , Midi , .1. U. I.nmto
A : Co. , ageutB , No. 51'O'irl stiect , Council Illitir ,
FOIt SAI.K First-class pool tubie. Apply nt
HL"-CIIG En liiu House.
PAIjU Union HVPIIUD liotol pioporty.
FOR bargain. E. I * . Shoafc , f > OJ Ilroailway.
FOR SAI.B-OW Dilpei-H. In iiuaiitltios to suit ,
at Hoe office No. la 1'earl street.
SALE OR TIlADE-Stook of mlllinory
FOH inncy notions. All now. Cooil loca
tion. Pules 12,000 u year. O , Bee , Council
lilutTs , Iowa.
KING , BURKE & CO.'S '
TRAINED ANIMAL EXHIBITION ,
Embodying the ( rrentent variety of attractive
recreation of any Araoriciin coniblnutlon
on the lotul. Will exhibit at
Council Bluffs , 3 Days ,
MAY 20 , 21 and 22.
An extraordinary convocation of
SKILLED ARENIC TALENT !
Associated wltb an nttrucllvo display of l.lrlnp
and Natural Wonders , and an exhibition of
tbo moat wonderfully edneiiloit niiltnuls In
Aeccntnbly prcsuntliDr a canvas
entertainment oi fresli ioutnrt'9 in a now and
1000 rare Animals und luanl-
Prof. Wobor'fl Silver Cornet band will parade
just previous to tlio afternoon exhibition. In
thrlr beautiful Clmrlotthrointlioiittho principal
streets. Ileinomber ono ticket admits to both
ADMISSION , ONLY 10 GENTS ,
Doors open at 1 anil 7 p. in , dally ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT.
WIGS MADE TO ORDER ,
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
CUT THIS OUT !
GOOD ii.vrn , xi : i.
Iluvlmr made oztonelvo Im
provements and increased our
ilacllltlcg , we wish to cull espo-
clu I utteutlon to tbo work now
ibiilntr turned out by us. claim *
nif U to bo o > iuul to that of
any eastern laundry.
In order to Introduce our
work ouuldo the city of Coun
cil HliurB. wo will upon receipt
of tliU ticket , uccompnnlcd by
return po&tuKe.I inndry Six Col
lar * or Cutr * pjtKK , for either
ludlos or gentlemen
Home Steam Laundry
5 to Itr < uul\vay , Council III nil * .
N , U. Out of town order * , given prompt at
tention. We pay leturn I'lmrtti-s on all work 10.
olVfdwhtiA accompaultiil by cash iu pay input
BU full uiuouut.
In Buying the Following Property in
the next thirty days :
Lot B , lllock 3. I Lot 10 , Uloclf la
Lot 12. lllock lu' . I 1'it , 4 , lllock ! ! | .
Lot 5 , lllock 2. I Lot 8 , lllock IB.
Lot 2 , lllock 7. Lot II , lllouU 31.
lot 4 , HIOCK . I hot 5 , lllock 28.
txt 2 , Dlock t , Iiu > ll 3' Addition.
Tills property will bo sold at n srcnt sncrlflco ,
und untorprNiutf inon will , no doubt nvnll thcm-
Bclvo'i ot n riuo opportunity to innko money.
Apply to THANK COOK ,
I lee in 7 , Sliiiffiut lllock , Council lllulTs , loun ,
China , Gla s\varc and Lamps ,
\V. S. Homer & Co. ,
No. 20 , Main St.Council Bluffs , la.
Our carpet stock is large and well 39-
lecied ana is kept full by the arrival of
new , fresh goods. It comprises
Body Brussels ,
Ingrain , Etc.
LACE CURTAINS ,
Curtain Fixtures ,
Etc. Curtains inadci situl liting. Ciirpcts
nnulc and laid by skilled workmen.
Wo nro ofl'oring u line line of White
Beautiful Embroidery ,
Dress Patterns ,
Summer Dress Goods ,
And invite customer * to oxainlnootir
fitonk before piircliusin elaovvlicro. 1'rlces
rausonublo anil goods us roprL'snnlcil.
We have lately introducud special bar
gain tables that uoinprlse thu bust vuluua
ollbrcd in any market.
Good l.iu-0 at 5e ,
Good Nlainpcd Tnwolfi ill lOc.
Fine beautifully bliuupcd
Towels at U5c , liair Ilio price
Good ll e , lOt ; .
Ileaiitil'iil Ilarrctt Plaid Droiii
Goods at 25u | ur yard ; worth 40c.
Tliu bent Comet , 75c , usually
sold ibr # 1.25.
Thnso are a few of the many bargains
that can best be appreciated by personal
Daily watch this column for iuturo
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , : t
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