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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : . TUESDAY , JUKE I , 1886.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MONDAY MORNING MAY. 31.
01-riCE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
BtliTtrcd by cnincr In tiny r-nrt of the city at
twenty ctnts ptr wotk.
11. W.TII.TON , -
Tr.Mi ; > HONE3l
nrpiNrsR Omen , No. 4X
NKIIIT KniTOii No , 1.
AtlNUU SIK.VTION.
Now style shade lints at lUiss' .
Nuw York Plumbing conuwny.
Nowstmiinor ootls ut Huitur's.
Lconnnl it Juwct rofrltrurators al
Cooper fe McUcu's , No. ! Main htrcot.
Ylio "Quick Muni" Id a itiick | seller ,
Como nntl pot iino buforu thuy are gone ,
Cooper it McUro ,
J. J. Hrown it Co. , of this clly , have
taken a contract for frratlitiK 1 IB miles on
theClicyunne & Northern railway.
Lsist ni lit : tt tin ; opera house G nice
llawtliornt ! appeared its "Qiiouii.i" before
an apprcelative audience , Shu plays tit n
iimtiiicu thlt nfturnuon "Kanchon tin
Cricket. " anil n nln to-nlcht in Charles
Dickens' "Oliver Twist. " Shu Is an o.\
cocdinL'ly line actru H , and no doubt tin
opera house will be crowded at both per
formances.
The Guitar , the ex-slterilT , has pur
cha ed the Armour rowt of dwelling
houses on Avunitu H , and will soon com
ninnce some marked improvementH. IK
will move the present houses back , raisi
them to grade , and build in front of each
The case of the Union Paeilie vs. W
1 , . Pratt , Its former eabhier here , is t (
come up in the district court to-day. This
case has hcim hun 'HK ' alone for twc
jears. Mr. Pratt is in the city now. His
liouit ! Is in Kansas City , whom he is con
nected with tlio Atehihon/l'opoktuVSant ! !
Fo railway.
Tlic Hr.i : was wronjjly Informed wlici :
It stated jestonlny that the ferry cms on
the T-M a. in. run would only talcc vehi
cles containing llowcrs , Irtitts and vege
tables. The train was put on to accom
modate handlers of llowers , fruits and
vegetables , but will carry all others that
can be accommodated.
Piof. J. Lawrey , of Oakland , was in
the eity ye.steulay. He has lately ac
copied the position of .superintendent ol
the schools at Plum Hollow , and yester
day wits hero making arrangements fora
principal for life , by taking out a mar
riage permit in which apncarcd the name
Miss of Alice M. Linn , ol Carson.
Seasonable goods of all kinds a t hard
time prices ut Cooper & McGee's.
Qllclslerldon't handle any snide cigars.
Go to Beard for wall paper.
Go to the New York Plumbing compa
ny for garden hose. They warrant all
they sell. Opera house block.
Room Mouldings Largest assortment
and lowest prices at Heard's Wall Paper
Snore.
The "Quick Meal" is a quick seller.
Come and got one before they are gone.
Cooper & McGce.
Mrs. Randolph , the famous mind
reader , has just arrived. Tells past ,
present and future. Conies well recom
mended. All those wishing to sue her
will call at 015 Eighth street , betivcen
Sitxh and Seventh avenues , i adies , S3
cents ; gents , GO cents.
Go to Beard for room mouldings.
{ 5 Before buying a gassoline stove see the
"Quick Meal" at Cooper fcMcGeu's
lleislcr sells the best 5c and lOc cigars
in the market. No _ 40i ! Broadway.
Personal Pnrnsrnphs.
Mr. Frank Pusoy yesterday returned to
his Chicago home.
Win. A. Groneweg and Bert Evans re
turned yesterday from Creston , where
they spent Sunday.
B. B. Unlhnnk , of Ilcnncpin , Ills. , is in
the city , visiting his brother , Ollieer
Unthank , while en route to visit relatives
in Arlington , Neb.
K. S. Kynn has returned from the east ,
and yesterday left for the north. He is
interested in several largo railway con
tracts in the west this season.
Miss Grace Hawthorne , Miss Louise
Dcmmon , Charles Barringcr and Man
ager \V. W. Kclley , of tne Hawthoruu
company are stopping at the Ogden.
Rev. Mr. Ilcichcnbach has bngn attend
ing tlio annual association of the Danish
churches of Minnesota and Iowa , held at
Alia Monte , in Shelby county. He was
chosen moderator of the body. The
churches represented in the association
luivo a meuibcrship of 2,000. Ilov. Dr.
Cooler , of this city , bore the greetings of
the Baptist board of Iowa , and also deliv
ered n sermon before the body.
The Quick Meal is a quick seller.
Como and cot ono before they are gone.
Cooper & McGco. _
Board has an immense stock of wals
paper and room mouldings which must
bo turned into cash , so down go the price
n ' < . nl'u
t uv ! | H.- : _ _
Satisfaction guaranteed w.T.
"Quick Meal" gasoline stove , or money
refunded. Cooper < fe McGeo.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
estate loans. J. W. & E. L. Squire , 10
Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
Alter a thorough investigation wo are
convinced that tlio "Quick Meal" is the
best gafolino htovo made , and shall make
it our leading stove this season. Cooper
& McGee , _
Ret the Tnulo.
The suggestion has boon thrown out
by bonio of the wisest of the
business mon of the city that ar
rangement * should bo made for tendering -
ing the railway commissioners and the
Union Pacific ollicials in attendance nt
tlie investigation a banquet and social
uiorry-making. While Council IHnIKi
lias started in with a grim determination
to have Its rights and to show up fear
lessly its causes of complaint , yet there
seems no reason why mich a courtesy
should not bo extended , and many reas
ons for it. Such a chance to meet so
cially might tone- down some of the as-
Verities and make u tinge of good feeling ,
which would enable both parties to look
on the facts with perhaps n little less
feeling and prejudice. It certainly would
not anect unfavorably the caiuo of Conn
ell lllulls In court , and tx city , like an in
dividual , loses nothing by a proper show *
fag of courtesy and hospitality.
The "Quick Meal" is ti quick seller
como and got ono before they are gone
Cooper & McGee.
Loins go to Chnrliu Hcislcr's and got :
good cigar. No , 4U3J > roadway.
Wo have u few water coolers which w <
1 vrill sell very cheap to close tliuu out
Cooper is McGeo.
lleislcr dou't handle any anido cigars
To Sub-Contrnolors.
Straight scraper work to let ou tin
Cuoyonno & Northern railroad. Apnlyti
J. J. Brown & Co. , Council Blufls , or u
Qhoyenno , Wyo.
'Dnrgiilns in fine Tnscon bonnets a
Mis' .reduced from 'f..2t to Jl.On , .
FAVORING TOE KEW DEPOT ,
Even Up-Town Shippers Do Not Object to
the Enterprise.
THE UNION PACIFIC ON TRIAL.
Cull For tlio Judicial Convention
Memorial nt Glcmvootl A Hotel
Cl nui c Personal 1'olntn
nntt News Paragraphs.
The Now Depot.
The prospect of the Union Pacific buildIng -
Ing a depot on Twelfth tivuniic , near
Main , meets with Kcner.il favor , natur-
allj' , with those heavy .shippers who : ire
located on lower Alain street , to whom it
would be n great convenience. There
has boon some questioning ns to how the
tipper part of the city would feel about
it. To k'ftrn the tooling among these ono
of the liKKfnniil } ' yesterday asked a num
ber of them , mid there seems to bo gen
eral acquiescence to the plan. The fol
lowing was the result of the queries us
briefly given :
11. Uuerdorf , of L. Kir eht & ( Jo. , gro-
ocrs It would bo sutislactory to UH to
have the Union 1'acilie
freiuht depot re
moved to Main street.Ve have to go
down there to the other depot now , ami
could ns well take our Unlo.i I'neilie
shipments there also. Main street is cer
tainly the right location for the greater
part of shipments for the Union 1'acilic.
C. L. Felt.of Ki-eline & Felt , hard ware
> \ ouldn't make any dillbrctice to us ; we'd '
bo satislinl with the new loeation.
N. E. Lcanmn , of Suytlur it Lcaman ,
fruits Our business ib principally with
the other roads ; we have very little to do
with the Union 1'acilic and consequently
will be satisfied with whatever is best for
the interests of those who ship large y
via the Union I'aeilic.
H. I ) , llarle , of Hailc , Haas & Co. ,
drugs it would pli-asu us better than the
present location As it is tno Chiea"-o.
Burlington & Quinev , Kansas City. St.
Joseph & Council Blull's , Chicago , Reek
Island & 1'acilie , Chicago , Milwnukc-o As
St. Paul , Wabash , St. Louis As Pacilio
roads all have their freight depots near
there , anil very otteti we would save time
ami expense by the Union Pacilio being
in that direction.
John T. Stewart , pork packer , also of
Stewart Bros. , grocers Would be just as
well satislied as with the present loca
tion
J. L. Stewart of Stewart Bros. , grocers
It certainly would be satisfactory with
us anil no doubt would be a big accom
modation to many shippers , a
J Mueller , of the Muller music com
pany I will bo perfectly well satislied
with a depot on Main .street if the Union
Pacilic will only give us proper accom
modations.
George W. Thompson , of Van Brunt &
' .Thompson , implements .It would be con
siderably inconvenient for us , should
they remove the freight depot to lower
Main street. No doubt it w'onlil ellect ns
more than the majority of shippers as wo
have our warehouses very near the pres
ent depot. Goods in car-load lots would
not ellect us as the cars are run on out
side tracks , but loss than car loads would
necessitate the hauling of goods to anv
of the depots by all of tlie implement
houses because all car loads are .switched
onto the .side tracks which they all have.
O.V. . Butts , fruit The freight depot
as it now is on Broadway and Ninth
streets is much nearer than n depot on
Main Street and Twelfth avenue would
be for ns. I think probably , wo can
make arrangements to have car loads of
California fruit switched on a side track
at the Broadway depot in case the freight
depot should be removed to main street.
Would not object though to having the
freight depot removed as no doubt the
bulk of shipments are by merchants who
favor a depot on Main street.
Groncweg & Sclioentgen , grocers
Both of these gentlemen stated that they
would bo satislied with the ehaniro in the
location of the freight depot , but they
want proper accommodations for the
handling of freight ; also think that it
should be arranged so as not to have
teams delayed while others are unloading
at the present depot.
M. Duquette , of Wirl & Duquette ,
fruits It is much better for us as it is ,
though wo are willing to haul to Main
street if it will accommodate the bulk of
the shipping. Wu will not stand in the
way of tno removal.
W. llunvon.'of C. A. Brcbo & Co. , fur
niture We are well satislied with the lo
cation of the present depot as it is. It is
down grade all the way and the liability
of a blockade is not so great as it will bo ,
if they remove to lower Main street. We
much prefer the present location.
F. II. Hill , of the Empkio Hardware
company. Wo would bo just as well
pleased with the depot removed to Main
street and Twelfth avenue as wo are with
the present location. Provided , of course ,
that the Union Pacific will gi\e us proper
accommodations.
George Mctc.xlf. of Metcalf , hats , caps ,
etc. Wo would be satislied with Main
street as a location for the Union Pacific
freight depot , but under no consideration
would wo want the passenger depot re
moved.
The Union Paelflo Investigation.
The Iowa railway commissioners are
linuing plenty to occupy their time and
'im < sl
° '
attention , ? " the
from witnesses thus far examined is
strongly against the Union Pacific. It is
claimed that some of the abuses thus
brought to public light have not been
known before except to the local man
agers , and that the general officers arc
us much surprised as any others can be ,
and will promptly see that the causes of
complaint ro done away with. Some
other causes as narrated will not iintl BO
ready a relief , and these claims will not
so willingly bo conceded.
One of the best witnesses in regard to
some points was in George Schindcle ,
who , having had much personal oxpori-
cnoo in handling stock over the Union
Paeitlc. was able to tell what ho had
himself seen. Ho told the commissioners
soinu of those experiences. One of the
chief things of which he complained was
the fact that the road , instead of making
this its terminus , as required by law , was
in the habit of detaching the caboose
from stock trains at Omaha and sending
the cars over hero without any. Stock
men wore obliged to get out of the caboose -
booso at Omaha and climb up on top of
the cars and thus ride over to the BluHs.
This occurred in all sorts of weather.
Sometimes the wind was blowing
Btrongly. t other times it was storming ,
and at all times it was n dangerous way
to travel.
OAs a sample of how stookmon wore
treated , ho stated that once ho was thus
obliged to leave the caboose nt Omaha
and climb onto the top of tlm curs. It
was a very cold , blustering day , and it
was with great dillieulty that ho could
hold onto the car and keep from being
blown oft' . While thus clinging in a halt
frozen condition the conductor came
along and insisted on seeing his ticket.
Ho explained that ho did not want to
Open Ins wrappings and get out his
poekotbook. containing other valuable
papers , anil try to limit out his ticket
under such circumstances. The con
ductor threatened to throw him off
the bridge , and abused him likej a
thief , Ho hung on and managed to bret
over with his cattle. His pas * always
called ( oru return ticket from Council
Blulis , but he was always told here that
ho could not gcthc return pass without
going to Omaha , and ho generally paid
his faro over to Omaha , and there got the
return ticket. Finally , ho concluded that
ns his contract called for n return ticket
from Council Blttfte he would insist on
his rights. lie made tins intention known
to the agent at the transfer , and thc.v
gave him the ticket fiom hero after some
words. Since then ho lias always not his
return ticket here. Others who had not
thus forced the company to do ns it agreed
were obliged to go to Omaha.
Another matter ol importance testified
to by the witness wa the quality of feed
furnished by the stock yards here. Other
witnesses had testilicd tlint poor feed was
supplied at the Council Bluil's yards , but
tins'witness was precise as to dales and
details. He testilietl thai at the very time
when there was good feed in the Omaha
yards , there was rotten hay , and a lack
of proper attendance nt the Council
liluils yards.
Yesterday morning the case in chict ,
on the part of the eity was completed.
The Union Pacilio folks were planning on
the whole day being taken up with the
city's side of the case , and were not quite
ready toenterupoii thodcfoiiH ) . Adjourn
ment was therefore taken nbuiu 10
o'clock , until this morning , when the evi
dence for Ihe defense will begin.
The commissioners yeMorday went to
the dummy depotand visited the transfer.
Later they went over to Omaha. J'he.y
made a casual inspection of the condition
ot nll'airs.
The evidence taken yesterday was in
substance as follows :
N. M. Pttsey , of Sapp & Pusey , took
the stand to show from the ollicial t'me '
tables , etc. , that Council Blull's had been
diserin' . itilcd ag.iini t. The time tables
allowed up Omaha as being the eastern
termimm of the Lnicm PacilicroaU in
stead o ; Council Ulull's ; they showed
their distances to be all named from
Omaha ; on a map he Miowcd the entire
system with Omalia as the terminus , lie
showed by main * exhibits that Council
Bltills had been discriminated against.
T. J. Kvans testilicd as to being for
several years an inspector ; tin assistant
to the .surveyor of customs , at Omaha and
had t-ecn trams from the west dismantled
in Omaha. Cars for the Blutl's \\i-re
switched into a special train and .sent
over to Spoon Luke ; had brought cattle
from the west , shipped to louucil Ulull's
and in every instance the tram had been
moken up in Omth.i ; and the caboose lull
there ; those in charge of stock had to ride
on top of the train.
Chairman loy Inquired if the citi/.en.S
wished to bring the matter before the
commission of narrowing the channel of
the Missouri river by the method ot con
struction on the new bridge , which was
made in the original charges. Mr. Ptist-y
wanted to consult other members ot the
Council Blurt's committee \\lio wore ab-
.sent beloie answering the question.
A. J. Poppleton , the Ijiiion Pacific at
torney , isiiitl that in ease an uyerliow or
danger shotild'ariso that the immediate
remedy would bo a mandamus compell
ing the removal of the obstruc
tion. He also stated that owing to
the decoration ceremonies bi'ing per
formed in Omaha hin witnesses could not
attend conveniently until this morning.
He oflercd in evidence annual reports of
the diri-etor.s of the Union Paeilic for the
jears Ib8l and 18So , in which he stated it
would appear that some of the charges
of discrimination and mismanagement
had bei-ti corrected since the beginning
of President Adams' tidmi nisi ration , and
that the new management had shown a
disposition to comply with all obligatory
conditions.
The commission then , at 10 o'clock , ad
journed until 8 o'clock this morning ,
when the defense will bring lorward
their witnesses.
The railroad comniis-Moners yesterday
morning , yfter the adjournment , went
and examined the Broadway depot , alter
which they went o\er to Omaha to see
the decoration ccivmonies.
The Judicial Convention.
The republican convention lor the Fif
teenth judicial district is called to meet
in tills city Wednesday , June 0 , at 11
o'clock a. m. The following is the ropro-
boutation : Audubon , 0 ; Cass , 13 ; Fre
mont , S ) ; Mills , 8 ; Montgomery , 10 ; Page ,
111 ; Pottawatlnmie , 18 ; Shelby , ! ) . Charles
M. Harl is chairman of the judicial com
mittee , and W. S. Lewis sucietary.
O
A Wreath ol" t'ocsy.
At the memorial services held jit Glen-
wood yesterday , Ilov. G. W. Croft deliv
er the following poem :
Soldlcis ! again we humbly tread
With Iloversin our hand
To strew tiinonK the mighty dead
Who Uiod to save our land.
Wo conic with tears of thankfulness
Like morning's caily dew.
To shower o'er tlic le.stlng place
Ot men .so tniuc and tnte.
Wo come with eloquence and song ,
And high our voices raise.
For you to whom honois belong
And dearly purchased praise.
For in the hour ot blackest night
Our country ever knew ,
You lose in icsisllus ! ) might
And treason overthrew.
You struck the dragon to the ground
As did St. Gcoige of old ,
And now \\heievcr mnn Is found
Let the giand ik-cd bu told.
Let It bo told what men there were
In our land and time.
So that their valorous deeds may btlr
To thoughts and deeds sublime.
Glantfl were they who saved our Hag ;
Their memory shall not rait ;
When cruel tyianU SOitnUt todras
That banner In the. tUiat ,
'mat ur.nn > bought Wltli Priceless blood ,
The puie.st e'er mi t in led ,
he rmblom of tlic highest good
And progress of the world.
Proudly they lifted it on high ,
Without asli , 'lestain ,
And now no blighter in yon sky ,
Floats OUT land or main.
The union gicat they died to save.
To save our honored name ;
Tluiv shed thcirblood to fiuu the slave ,
Kternal bo thuir lame I
And while their memory we retain ,
Wo never shall loigut
The inlifhty cause they fought to gain ,
It shines in splendor yet.
They foimlit for justice , notforpolf ,
Nor toi this world's renown.
For something higher far than self ,
Moie than u laurel crown.
They fought that a man might bo
Ut every clime and blood ,
Kmlowud with equal liberty ,
His light a common , good.
That nnno should nmeqiilted toil ,
Or MTVO without row aid ;
Not th.it upon this sacrt-u t > oil
Should lulo soaiu jietty lord ,
That ho Is Dest wlift > 0rvcs the best ,
And makes Ids \ > r'ties known
By honest dmU above the rest ,
And thus secures the crown.
The rulcis are our servants still ,
And such should ever be ,
Tlm doers or the people's will ,
Clothed in hum y.
That property should ne'er inhere
In human llush ind blood.
Noi In those tender ties so dear
That bear the sta-'j ot Uod.
They bled that heat ts no more should bleed
Nor souls bo rent | n twain.
And from thesor 's cell they freed
The hearthstone lacked > \ itli pain.
The cause- for which they died is ours ,
Our tiensure and our ward ,
And o'er their ves bestrewn with
floucrs
We swear that cause to cuard.
yn foe at home nor fee abroad
Duo touch wlthlmplous hand
TnK sacred heiltago of Uod
Whilst wo around It stand.
To It this day wo pledge our faith ,
Our all wq consecrate ,
' Co mo weal or .woe , como life or death ,
. To tins \ > e tix our fate.
EVERYDAY
WeareviaJifit g a Spec-
ialt\f \ Jiolv of
And are Ofcruty
Yon will find new
special bargaitts on
our counters
Every Morning.
IFc are selling Lawns
at 4-c. , worth 6'c.
Sattcetis at 12 l-2c. ,
ivoi'th : LSc.
Embroidery patterns'
at < > ne-ftalf their
value.
AND
Dress Goods
At loss than they were ever known
before.
You can save money by coming to
Council Bluffs for
CARPETS ,
CU&TAXNS ,
&c. "Wo keep the { jhoffcest patterns
turned out of the 'Lodms. ' ' and our
C 1
prices nro the lowest in' ' this western
country. You will say eo when you
see thorn. , „
Watch our advertisement every
morning for new bargains.
Look in local column fdr opecial sale
to-day. ' '
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Spot-In ! ndvcTtKomcnts , mill us Lost , Found ,
To Loan , Tor Silo , To Ilcnt , Wnnti. HonnllnK ,
etc. , 'vill bo Inserted In this column lit tlm low
rnteofTGNCKNTS Pint UNK lortlio ilifct ln or
tlonund rUoContsPorljInoforcnoli < ulibOiiiunt
lascitlon. TJGUVQ ad\citUoin ( . > nts atnir otllco ,
No. 1:5 : Peal stioct , near Urotulwuy , Council
iilnlTs.
WANTS.
WANTRII Situation byouiitf woman its
dicp-iin ikur In ] > rl\ato lainilyVI1 unrk
chcup. Adlicss If. til , tbls olllLO. ; ) : i-'J *
SAI K nuboi-dlioii.ind lUturcn. T o
FOIt , Kf.od etand , inolltiiblo liuslncsi.
Jtrnson lor selling , other Imelnoss. 518 llrond-
wuy , Council Illullg. U-J3-U' .
FOU SALE-Two Iota S.T teot from N.V. . H'y
track , Rnltiiblo for wiirchoiiso or factory
liurposos. K. li Slioafo , 610 Itroadway.
FOK SAM5 Union avenue hotel piapoity.
Specialbarenln E.USlionfc , Mj Iliomluny.
TCTOK SALi : Old papers. In fimmtltlcs to suit ,
JL1 at lloo olllco No. 1:11'carl : atreot.
FOIl SAIn Oil TUADn-Stocli of millinery
uiul fancy notions All now. Good loca
tion. Snlo.s $1 ,030 u your O , lioo , Councl
lllllfTri , JOWIU
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
Established 1827.
C'lioico I > lHplay > f I'at-
tcniH , AH
Council
4.OS
A Select Stork , oi'l Choice
IVovultitiu in.
MONEY MADE
In Buying the Following1 Property in
the next thirty days ;
MULLIN'S AUDITION.
Lot 5 , lllock 3. I Lot 10 , lllock 11
Lot I1. , lllock ] . ' . I tot 4 , lllock ' . ' 1.
EVKHKTTB ADDITION.
Tot r > , lllock 2. I Lot 8 , lllock 12.
Lot - ' , lllock 7. I Lot 3 , lllock 31.
Lot 4 , IliocK 0. | Lot 5 , lllock St ,
ixn 2 , lllock 4 , nayllss' Adilltlon.
Tills , property u II , l > o RiW at a Krrat sacriQcc ,
anil ontci prlslnjf ir.cnfill , no doubt avail them *
behcs of a rait ; opportunity to inaku n noy ,
Apply to FHANK COO\ ,
Itboui T , SUuuiut IJJook , Counoll i'.lulla , Iowa ,
WHOLESALE AMD JOBBING
KCOXTSES OF
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DKEHC , WELLS & CO. ,
Wholesale'
Agricultural Implements , Bn&lH ,
Carrlace , ntc , Etc. Qnincit niulTs , Iowa.
KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING CO.
Maio tlioUrlpinnl and Coinploto
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill & Press ,
CORN eilllM.EIIS AND KHUIl Ct'TTT.llS.
Nog. IHil.lW-i , l.VG nnil 1507 South Mulu Street ,
Council llluffr , lown.
r AVllTHRAlLKY k w ,
Mnnuf're im \ Jobbers of
agricultural Iniploments.Wagons . , Baggies ,
Cnn IRBP . ami nil Ulnls of 1'arm Mnolilnorr.
1100 to 1110 South Mum Street , Council lilurfs ,
Iowa.
I'.O. UI.F.\SOV , T , 11.Downis , Oco.RViunnr. .
Pics.i.Tri'as V.-VrcH i.M xn. Soa.VCottnsol.
Council Bluls Haidto Facbry ,
( Inc-or inrntcil.l
Mamtfaclnrctsot Axl j , 1'lok , PloJiro nndSmill
, or ovcry ilovrlptlon.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO. ,
Curtains Window Shades
Carpets , , ,
Oil Cloths. CurHln Klxttirci. Upltol tory OooJs ,
Die. No. 405 llroiulway Council HIillTd ,
Iowa.
I'HM KS , JO7MCCO , B7V7.
PEREGOY & MOORE ,
Whole ulo .lobbeis In tlio
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes ,
NOB. x'SMaln and 27 I'eurlSts , Council
lown.
coj/Ji/ss/o.v.
SNYDER & LEAMAN ,
Wbolt < ulo
Fruit and Produce Commission Marcants.
No. 11 Pearl St , Council lllulTi.
DliUGUtSTA
11ARLE , HAAS A : CO. ,
Wholesale Oils Paints Glass
Druggists , , , ,
Druggists' Pmulrii'4. IHc. No. 1U Muln St , nnJ
No. 21I'oarl St , Council IntitTs.
DllY GOOD1- .
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
ail JrtDirs of DrGoli ,
Notionsr.tc. N"o < 5.112anil lit Muln St. , Nos. 1U
nnil 115 1'onrl St. , Council mull's , lown.
nwnv.
O. W. BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Fralti a Specialty
General Commission. No. 513 Ilioadway ,
routioll ninlTi.
WHIT & DUQUETTE ,
Wholesulo
Frails , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. Ifi uiul 18 I'cnrl St. , Council HluuV.
QllUCMtlVS.
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesnlo Liquor Dr'ileri. No. 416 Droail-
way , Council niulla.
1IAHXKSS , KTC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Mnnu'ncturcrs of and Wholesale Dealers In
Leather Harness Eto.
, , Saddlery , .
No. M-'i Main St. . Council UlulTd , lown.
JI.ITS , CAPS. i'TC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gbe3.
No" . U4w and 3lt Hroiulwny , Council Hlutrj.
HIJAVY lIAltDWAItK.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Wholesale
Iron Steel Nails Hardsara
, , , Heavy ,
Anil Woo 1 Stock , Council llluirs , Iowa.
lllDKS AXD WOOI *
1) . 11. MeDANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , Pelts , Gr < it o an.l Furs Council
HluHg lown.
UlLS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dunlera In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils Gi U
EJTO. , 2STO.
6.Theodore , Agent , Council ItlulTg. Iowa.
' ? . 1'iLixa , arc.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumbsr , Piling ,
Mill llrklge Material SpccialtlcB Vholcsalo Lum
ber ot all Kinds. Ollico No. 130 Main St. ,
Council llliitTa. Iowa.
rt'JXES AND L1QUUHS.
JOHN LINDER ,
Wholesale
Jfirl and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
7 7. at ( . Hll'U'rt's ' Herb IJIttors. No 13
.
JU1 Dt * ' * m Hitl ItlnfTa .
W tllll l , ot 1- * \ Uw * ' (1U i > iU II , j O. _
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Winos and Liquors ,
AVi < 'M Main & ( . . r.u ( it muffs.
DIAMOND DIIAND Or
STRICTLY PURE LEAD , ZINC AHD OIL
Arc absolutely pure , as represented. One gal
lon nill cover two bundled and titty square
Ti-nt two couts , and will ttuy on lonwor than any
ether paint inannfacturod. 1'or milo by
Uutjos , PAINTS , Ou.s , ETO
Horses and Mules
For all purposes , bought and sold , nt lotull and
It lots. I-iiruo ijuantlttus to fcolctt Horn.
MASON WISE ,
IJrteU , Kear Pacific HouseCotmil , 8u
Chlnti , ( ilasswnro ttnil Lntiips ,
W. S. Homer & Co. .
No. 23 , Main St.Cpuaoil IJIull's , hi.
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace ,
Office OvAraerlcatl Kpr < ? 5
WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES ?
FIRST CLASS Id EVER ?
HIRAM W. DAVIS & Cu.
Established In 1877.
CINCINNATI , OHIO :
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERENT STYLES ,
SOOOO Vehicle * Annually. Send for Catalogue , Prices , Freight
Ittttcs and Testimonial ) ) .
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Hrlrk tMlMInq nnv Vlml rnl e < l or tnnvuil . ami sntlsfactlon gttaniMtecJ. 1'iamo liouios moved
OBLItlloCUaat traois tUa uwl lu tlm worll.
808 Eighth A.VOIIUO mil Eighth Streak , Council Bluffs.
a/ ' /f'o-W / , .
Mt > 'JLvUJc Mte 5oJ\XoVj
" w > fr Y 5AD4XfcMfc\
iK'ttt - > t'
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
HAIR GOODS
Wl , > JMDE TO ORDER ,
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Creston House ,
The only hotel In Council Hluirs having
Fire Esoa/pe
Anil nil mmlprn impiow'incuts.
ai5 , 17nna llMilU.t. ! !
MAX MOIIN , Prop.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in State and Federal Courts.
Itootns 7 aiidS , Slinirurt Uloelc.
Closing
I have fin largcsb and most com
plete line oc
NEW MILLINERY
AND
NOTIONS
.In the city. I am closing out
LESS THAN JOBBERS' PRICES.
You will find nil the latest novelties in
hats , bonnets , llownrs , plumes , tips , ribbons
bens , gauzes , crapes and other styles of
trimmings.
Goods Must Be Sold ,
Best of Bargains over oflercd. Cull
and sec them.
J. J. BLISS ,
No. 828 Broadway , Cotinoil Blutls.
R. RICE , M. D.
or othur tumors removed without
thoktilfoor drawing- lilooi.
CHRONIC DISEASES of oil kind * apoolaUr.
Over thirty yours' practical oxpurlunaj.
o.H Putrl rttraot , Conm U IllutI * .
" Knitc.
CUT THIS OUT !
GOOD UJV'fl'HL , JUNE tt.
Having muclo oxtcnslvo lin-
rovoiueuls anil Incrcascrt our
itollitloi , wo wish to call espo-
iul utttintlon to tlio work now
.belnir . tuinol out by us. c'altn-
illicit to lie equal to tlutt of
funy imstorn lauiulry.
In onlor to Introiluce our
ork ouulilo tin clt ) of Coun
cil lllulTs. wo will upon receipt
of tlilf tlclc't , ntcompanliid by
return pOat.iso.Ltiuniliy Blx Col-
laihor Outtb rillCK , lor oltucr
I.idles or
Home Steam Laundry
510 Itroailu-ay , Council Kliills.
N , II. Out nf town orders pven | piotnpt nt-
cntion.o paj roliiiu vimrKffi nn oil walk ro
n.edwhon aocomludiun | by ua ! i lu pnyuiunt
nfull amount ,
STEAM DYE WORKS
MRS.C.L.GILLETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No29 , MainSt , , Council Bluffs , Opo. Postofflca
" " TIMOTHY"SEED7
I hnvo v. rjuftiitlty of found , well cleaned Boed
vtlileh loiter ut icaconnblo lUun * . Hcedoftho
crdi | of Itbi. CorropiiuUoncu totloited. K.I } .
juc . , n trar.u w. w. u/ .
SWAN
Dealers in Milch Cows.
Sfen At Ouf Slock lards
No 002 and 500 E. nrondwny.Counoil
L. W. TULt.cvs , Pro ? . T. J. EVANS , Vloo-Pros.
JAULS N. lltto > VNCnshlor.
102 MAIN STBEET ,
Capital $100,000
Authorized Capital 350,000
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000
Bo n g-cncuil bunking buslnin.
Account" of banks , Imnkon , tnurahunt * , mixn-
ulactiiiursiuul inJIvkluiils receive I on favora
ble-teims.
Domc'Stlonnl lorolRti otchnnja.
The very best of attention slvon to nil bnsl
noes coinmlttud to ourfiro.
KIEL SALE STABLES
and Mulus kept constantly on bund
forsule at rotnll or In oar loads.
Ordurs pronidtly llllcd by contract onahon
notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHI-UrKIt St I10LKV , Proprietors.
Stable Corner Kltlh Avenue and Fourth St
Council lllutfs
RTISSELL&CO
Manufacturers or all ( liosot
Automatic Engines.
Bsppclnlly Dosi nod for
MILLS , GUAlNtELEVATOHS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS , .
Tubular and Locomotive Boilers.
New Massillou
Carey and Woodbury Horse Powers.
STATIONAHY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC.
Tcptory Mussillon , 0. Branch IIous
" ilO Pcurl St. , Council lilulft.
BEND FOB 1880 A.NNUA _
PLANTS
Grown and soloutcd from
Seed by
J. R. McPherson ,
Grnwcr and Duitlur in
V I I.A.\T.S ,
AM > I'KIJIT.S.
Council IHiifTs. Iowa.
DRESSfAKING
( BY THE T.NVLOH SYSTEM. )
MBS. L. SIMMONS ,
N'o. : tl l ItroaU\vay.
In oidnr tooktablUU my roiiutullnii In Council
111-1)1 * lur Una work , I ill KOItTllli I'llUaiiNT.
uo all uimlntr , tltlliuaitd nuiiclii ! , ' n chuitp ns It
I * ilonii ultfuwhuiH. J.uillcs iic-od havii no friir of
inlallu n my ex | > iirl ni.u jutir i'ittfi perfect
h.ultj notion