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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THUBSDAY. JUNE 3 , ' 1850.
THE DAILY BEE.
THURSDAY MORNING , JUNE 3.
01-FIQE , NO. 12 , PEAHL STREET.
liy rnrricr In nnyjiartof thonltynt
twenty cents jitr wick.
JI. W. TII.TON , . . . Manager.
nlRl ) sfl0 nc : , No. 43.
NKHIT r.niTOK No. 2) ) .
MINOR MM NT I ON.
York Plvimbiin ? company.
Now siinnncr ooils at Keller's.
lluiftlur don't liniullo nny snidu
The Sons of Vutcrntis KIVO tlmir llrst
benefit ball lost evening.
The nuiniiitr coniiiany luivo removed
tlii'Ir ' ofllcu into tlin fautory liitililln s.
Two drunks wwu run in yesterday.
Otherwise Iliu ) iolicc liad : i nioiiotonous
Three drunks were disposed of in the
tisnal inatinur in the police court jester-
The oily council has had quite a rust.
ItH next regular nieutin < r will bu on Moil-
Uiiv I'Vi'iiinj ? next.
Tim ( 'iihlern roads arc now selling lirsl
class tickets to Chicago tor $11 and
second class for § 8.
Hans ChrlstolVur.soii has botiKht out
William Lathorp at No. ! tO ( ) Broadway ,
who will shortly o to Denmark to ru
in nn. !
In the district court yesterday the time
was still occupied with the case of the
Union Pnullic ugainal I'rutt , ltd ionnur
J. B. Rotnans , of Deni.son. is having
his rcsidenei ) carpeted tliion hont in an
clepmt manner by tin ; Council liliill's cur-
] > et coniiany. ]
A now detective agency is to be organ
ized with Captain AnderHon as its head.
If thu agency is conducted as well as the
merchants' police thu public will Kl
There are only three saloon injunction
cases pending in the district court hot u ,
thosii a aitiht Wagner , II nines uml Bar-
tel , Jiuluo Loofbonrow tive : ujiortion of
last ( ivetiin to them.
It is rumored that one of the players in
the AIneller musiu cpmpany'.s base ball
nine "threw" the n'u' ' " ! with I ho Red
Oak club on Monday last , in Red Oak ,
ami in consequence H se > crtl dollars
A man , whose name was not learned ,
complained to the police that he had been
robbi'd of $ r > 0 in a dusky dive on I'ierce
street , lie was too drunk to uivu any
very intelligent account of how he was
robbed , or by whom.
Chris Peterson , in Crescent City , was
yesterday morning "monkeying" with a
gnu and it wont oil' , as did me fore linger
of the left hand. Drs.Yatcrman and
Bellinger attended to the remainder of
The American District telegraph com
pany is arranging to put in lifty more
call boxes , making 200 in all. The pub-
] | c is becoming more and more apprecia
tive of this service , as the conveniences
crow more apparent. The boys are kept
busy most of the time , and the demands
Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Smith , neighbors ,
have heen trying to get satisfaction by
prosecuting each other. Mrs. Cook hail
Mrs. Smith arrested and lined , and the
latter has hud her arrcbtcd on the charge
of threatening to kill hor. The hearing
is to take place oeforo Judge Aylesworth
Tho.se new street cars cannot arrive
here any too soon to suit Cotaioil Blulls.
It is a disgrace for the bedaubed Main
street car , with only a sieve for a roof , to
run at all , but worse than all it is a bob
tail , and half the time is run wrong end
front , so that passengers are obliged to
get oil' and on the front platform.
The announcement is made of the as
signment of S. P. Folsom , the paving
contractor , to Perkins .V Wiitson , of Chi
cago. The contracts uncompleted by
linn here are transferred to Smith & Co. ,
who have already laid paving in this city ,
and by whom the contracts will doubt
less bo .satisfactorily completed. The
work on North Second street will be com-
pleled by them at once , and the property
owners -here will IOMS nothing on account
of the'change brought about in Mr. Fol-
om's aflairi ) .
If home enterprising citizen would ar
range for two or throe light park car
riages to make regular trips to and about
Fairmonnt park during the bummer sea
son he would bu rewarded by a liberal
patronage. There are hundreds of eiti-
xcns and visitors who would gladly v'sit '
the park , if there was some cheap 'way of
making the trip aside from walking.
The park is growing in beauty , and it is
one of thu loveliest and most picturesque
resorts in the west. lr Hurlburt , of
Chicago , who was hero last summer , says
that although ho has visited the Yellow-
Etono , the Yosemite , and many famous
Bcencs , ho found Fail-mount park in
Council Blnfl's to bo equal in some re
spects to any of these.
Beard has an immense stock of wal.s
paper and room mouldings which must
tie turned into cn.sh , so down go thu price
Straight scraper work to lot on th ?
Choycnnu & Northern railroad. Apply tu
J. J. Brown & Co. , Council Blnflti , or ul
Cheyenne , Wyo.
Lotus go to Charlie Heislcr's and got
good cigar. No. 4M ( Broadway.
The Quick Meal gasoline stove is bu
doming more popular everyday , tie I out
of Cooper & Mcuco ,
Go to Beard for wall paper.
Attention , Sir
In view of the fact that there will ho :
lurgo demand for Knights Templar card.1
the present season , I'ryor's BEK job oUc ( (
hatt been supplied with u large .stock
over lifty dillerent styles and designs
Sue prices , Cull and see them.
Sir Knights arc invited to call at Pry
or's BKI : job ollieo and see the olegan
Knighta 'IVmplar cards ; over lifty vario
Ticket No , 01 ! ) was awarded the mush
box on last month's sales at thu Muolle
WiibloCo.'s. There will bu three pri/.ei
this month , Thu purchase of M cunt
worth of goods will give you a chuncu.
If you want perfectly satisfactor ;
accommodations at $ J pur day , go to th
I'ueiliu House , Depend upon U , yon wil
pevcr regret your choice.
I , B. OverluUt and F , M. Bowlin , o
Himlin , are in thu city.
Mr , and Mrs. W. D. Wnlden , of Clin
ton , la. , lire in the city visiting Mr. am
Irs Ilcnry Miller , on. Vine street.
Jack Gallihan , chief of the fire de
partment ot Omaha , was iu Cotiuci
JJlull's to-day , escorting his daughter t <
St. Louis , whore she Is to attend school
i'eter A , Doy , chairman ; U S. Co 111 i
Olid J. W , McDill , the Iowa ntilwa
commissioners , and U. G. Morgan , th
iccretury , left last evening lor the !
homrH , having been in tins city nine duyi
Attention , Sir Knights.
Regular conclave of Ivanhoe commnti
dcry No. 17 , K. T. , this evening , Sc
'durning sir knight * cordially invited ,
FACTS ABODT THE COUNTY
Gleaned From the Freshly Tabulated Fig
ures of the Assessors.
A REST FOR THE UNION PACIFIC.
1'rnparins to ( Jo to tlio Firemen's
Toiiririiiicnt I'rolilbltlon Tcncli-
hm lor tlirsSoHools-'Huinorctl DIs-
iippcaranuo of.'Mrfl. llnelicr.
Assessment Vljsini < " .
The reports of the assessors throughout.
the county have been tr.bulatml and
footed , and the showing is quite nn inter
esting one in some respects. The ligurcs
do not represent more than forty percent
of the real valuation , and , in many cases ,
Number of cattle , 18.037 ; total valua
tion , $ ll)10i ! ) ! ) Silver Crook leads with
$ : ! 0.U7. :
Number of hordes in the county , 10,000 ;
total valuation , i01lJ ! } Council BUHs
has)4J ! ) valued iit$4l,17 ! ) .
Number of mules 1,711 , valued at f58-
7WJ ; Council Blulls has 10'J.
Number of sheep , I , TX't ) , valued at . "i-llli
Wright township leads with 480.
Number of swine , -10-liiO , valued at
t"l,7'i7 ! ; I'leasant township leads with
; II.T : > .
There is in the county MHtOS : in ve
Total vnlnalion of mi-rchaudihe , sfWO-
880 ; in Council Binds , $ )7tV25. ) )
The total valuation ol capital employed
in manufacturing is $ ) riV ; ) ) . That in this
city is valued at if''B.ll'.H ' ) .
MoiieyH and credits amount to | 215-
020 , of which $147,1)04 ) is in thisclty. Taxa
ble furniture ! FI1,8I4. , ! of which this city
has | : U,21I ( ) . Taxable farming utensils
and mechanics' tools , ? 1,541) ) . Other taxa
ble property , .f10,240. ! ! )
The total assessed valuation of railroad
property is $1U.1W : ! ! , of which * aiO,887 ,
is in Council Hlnll's.
The total vnhmtion of the personal
property of the county is $3,715.001 , of
which Council Blulls has $ li.-lMO. , ;
There arc assessed in the county : t,107
malu and 221 feminine dogs. Council
IMuIVs ropoiN : ilu dogs. Oakland reports
Oakland has not a mule , nor a sheep ,
nor u hog , if llio report is t < bo bt-lieyed ,
and manages to get along with only eight
dogs , while ( iarner township shows up
10 ! ) dogs.
Council Blulls icports only onu two-
year-old horse. It is thought to be the
one running at large in the Third ward.
At the I'acilie House you will get all the
comforts of high priced hotels and save
from (10 ( cents to $1 per day. Try it and
Buht cream soda in the city , 5c per glass ,
at Palmer's , 12 Main street.
Closing the Investigation.
The investigation of the Union Pacific's
treatment of Council Blulls reached a
roMinec point yo.sterday , so far as the pub
lic is concerned. The taking of evidence
was concluded , and an agreement
reached by which the attorneys tor the
citizens have until July 10 in which to
lilo their argument , and Mr. Poppleton ,
the attorney for the Union 1'ae.lio , ten
days in which to file the reply.
The evidence taken yesterday was in
substance as follows :
O 11. Dorranee. division superinten
dent of the Union I'acilie , testified yester
day morning. He explained the methods
ot operating the mam line and branches ;
that the time tables were thus gotten up
in the best possible manner to facilitate
the expeditious handling of freight. Ho
thought the proper place for the Union
Pacific machine shops was four or live
miles west of Omaha.
Thos. L. Kimbnll testified in detail as
o how the fj-eont higher rate had been
ised. Ho said that all shippers who had
received rebates on their shipments could
still do so ; also that the decline in busi
ness at the Council Blulis stock yards Ijo
attributed to the decline in shipments of
ranch cattle and [ produced the figures ot
several years to back his statement ; that
another cause was during t ho bebt seasons
of the yards here there were no yards in
South Omaha to take any of the trade
away from here ; that many linns doing
business on the west side of the river were
nterested in cattle as well as the stock
yards and their influence with
shippers was no little con-
hideration ; had always favored
a freight depot on Main street at Twelfth
avenue , bill had refused to accept thu
ordinance which was passed , on account
of the clause which was inserted in
regard to the charge of freight rates
being the same as all similar freight
going through the transfer yards ; at one
time , on household goods , thuro was a
rebate of ! 10 cents from Omaha while
from Council Blufl's it was $1.50 , and thai
it occurred through an error of one of
Mr. Monroe stated that the yards were
disinfected on orders from Mr. Shelby ;
also tluit he had a tariff sheet in prepara
tion before the visit of President Adams
to this city , to make the tarill's from
Omaha and Council Blulls the same in
all cases ; had presented the same to
( Icnural TrallicManager Kimball a nuin-
bur of weeks 'ago , and ho bad concurred
in the plan.
The commission then agreed on the fol
It is the wish of the commissioners to
make this investigation as complete as
possible , iiud they therefore announce
that within the next ten days either party
is at liberty to add evidence of any other
fact deemed important which may Imvo
been overlooked , requiring only that thu
evidence shall be by athuavit submitted
to the adverse party before tiling
with the eommissioneis , and counter
allidavits may bu tiled.
Thomas Tostevin , city engineer , said
by request of the commission he
had taken the levels of the bar
both above , below and tinder the
new bridge ; also on account of the lilling
being done by the Union Pacific at the
bridge. He showed that thu grade under
the bridge is live feat below the love ]
ground of the branch on the Iowa side ol
thu river , and ouo foot below the level
ground fifty feet from the south line of
the stock yards in Council HI nils.
George \ , Ktolina and Ceorgo Kcelino
testified that they were compelled to go
to thu South Omaha yards to feed theii
cattle , on account of poor feed huru.
\Vh.v buy u poor gasoline stove when
you can get a "Quick Meal" at the same
pricey Cooper & MctJce have them.
If yon want to Invest a few dollars
whore it will sayo many times the amount
In labor and doctors' bills , buy an Ameri
can wnslier of Cooper & McUcc.
Prohibition lit the SohooU.
Governor Larrabco has sent requests to
thu various school superintendents of the
state to have the law in regard to the
teaching of the evil effects of stimulants
and narcotics read in all the schools am
complied with. In this city arrangements
have been mudo for complying with the
law from the first of next September on
anil the necessary text books have boot
decided upon. It is ditlicult to arrange
for special instruction in this line before
that time , as the opening of the schop
year is the natural time for changes it
the course of study. No penalty attaches
for violation of the law bcJForo nc.x
January , and there will be no ilispusitioi
to evade or violate its requirements , , Ti
be called on to start .in ut once teems
hcrcforo , to some of the tcachcr.i , nn un-
icccssary roqupst , and the intimation is
lonrd that tlio request is not only prema-
uro , but that it indicates an over anxiety
o entry favor with tlio more zealous pro *
lihitionists. The governor's rcqnust will
irobabl.y bo allowed to rest in silcnco
lire mid nothing will bo clone until tlio
opening of the new school year.
(5o ( to Heard for room mouldings.
Hui > lpr sells the best fie and lOc
n tin ? market. No 402 Broadway.
Substantial abstract * of titles and real
cstatis loans , J.V. . & K. L. Squire , 10
Pearl MI cut , Council HhifTs.
Cole Is Comltiff.
Will K. 1'euk , special agent ofV. . W.
Colo's grant show , was in the city yester-
lay making still further arrangements
'or ihu appearance here next Monday.
lie reports n big business all along thu
Inc. The many new attractions offered
. season , in aildition to the established
.mniilarUy . and merit of Colo's circus ,
will cause the tents to bo crowded hero
is elsewhere. The paper put upon the
jill boards , and scattered over tlio city
tnd adjacent country , holds out many
promises , but Mint these promises and
expectations are belli" dally met is evi
denced by the words of pral.se hoard
whurovcr the great show appears.
"Yes , sir , Colu's shows will bo hero
next Monday morning , " said Peek , the
special agent , In the BEK ollice yesterday.
"Business has boon booming with our
show. Mr. Cole , who. by the by , sticks
to business and gives it Ills personal MI *
Durvision , always has attractions that are
, vorth having. Mis. Cole , the mother of
W.V. . Cole , and his wife arc always on
laud and do much toward the success of
he big show. Council BlttlVs has always
) een a I ! rat-class show town for us , and
nir pecple feel very friendly to thu peo-
) lu here. Wo'vu a line show , and if any-
jody Is in doubt about it being a big one.
, 'ou just give us a bend-oil' to them , and
I'll guarantee .YOU can't recommend it
oo much , as you will see when It gets
icre next Monday. "
Our refrigerators are going very fast.
Good goods and low prices tell. Cooper
& Metieo. _
Mrs. Randolph , .the famous mind
reader , has just arrived. Tells past ,
n-iisunt and future. Comes well recom-
nended. AH those wishing to see her
will call at 1)15 ) Eighth street , botiveun
Sitxh and Si-vunth avenues , j adics , 25
cents ; gents , 50 cents.
Tile Firemen's Tournament.
The interest in the coming firemen's
otmiamunt at Dubuquc is increasing
icre , and there will be ,1 goodly number
who will go from here to witness the
sport , The tournament opens on Tues
day of next week , and \ \ ill continue until
Sunday. The sweepstakes race for hose
teams will bo on Saturday , June 1'i , for a
[ iiirsc of sfoOO. L'ho event will create the
greatest interest. The following teams
ins already entered : Fort 1'iorrc , Sioux
falls. Iowa City , Cedar Kainds , Waterloo
lee , Nin : > liulUo\vn , BlulV City , Daven-
l > ort , v. nton , Oeatur and Peoria.
The Bhtll's are getting in trim to make
a winning , if possible. Next Saturday
afternoon a matinee is to bis given at the
Iriving park here for the benejit of the
IJlufTCity team. There will be foot races
ot ! iOO yards , ! ; 03 yards , 100 yards. There
will be a roadster race , and a pri/.e for
joys' pony race , besides other interesting
features. _ _
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 Beard's Wall Paper
Snore. _ _
Una She Flown ?
It was reported yesterday that Mrs.
llueber , alias Frank , had skipped out.
Inquiry of those who ought to know re
vealed little to prove the falsity of the
report. Slio has been indicted Jay the
grand jury for having enticed the Mercer
iirl into a house of prostitution. She had
already been held on the preliminary
hearing , but had given $1,000
jontlh , signed by Captain Kus-
sell , Jake 'Rogers and F. A. Hnobur ,
licr husband. It was understood that ar
rangements wcro being made for her to
sfive a new bond and to furnish her new
liondsinen an indemnifying bond , and it
is hinted that she is keeping shady until
this new bond can bo satisfactorily ar
ranged , when she will come to the front.
DENISON , Juno 3. The Ucnison base
ball nine recently played the Vail club ,
and defeated them 81 to 3. The defeated
jlub severely criticise the rulings of C. F.
Kenhulu , who umpired the game. Mr.
Kcnbulo undoubtedly meant to be fair ,
but bis decisions were wide of the mark ,
and I think entirely in favor of the visitIng -
i'lic call is issued for the democratic
county convention to bu held in
In. , on tlio IDIli day of June , to select six
delegates to attend the coining state con
vention at DCS Moincs on the 80th iiist.
Our county's political composition is
pretty thoroughly convulsed over the ad
verse report of Senator Wilson on the
appointment of Mr. John Secmaun for
postmaster at Dcnison.
Not only do democrats denounce J ,
Fred lor causing this report to be made ,
but republicans , men who are thu uream
of the party in this county. II. C. Limb ,
Judge J. P. Connor unit such men as
these , who say , with perhaps more force
than eloquence , but with the precision of
truth , that John Secmann is the peer of
any man in thu county , and that his fail
ure of confirmation Is the worst pos-iblo
thing that could happen the republican
party in this county ut this particular
The people of the county generally
place the blame on J. Fred's shoulders ,
especially so hineu these two dispatches
from Washington which he sent to Shaw-
van wore brought to light thu ono urg
ing Shawvan to und protest and charge
incoinputenoy. thu other crying out in
despair that ' 'its too late ; Scemann is ap
pointed , " Mr , Myers does not , of course ,
dare deny thorn.
Then , on the ptlier hand. Mr. My rs ,
"swears and drinks , and drinks and
swears again" that he is innocent , und
loaves thu blamu on thu shoulders of a
few of theV. . C. T. U. , but the people
generally do not believe this. In fact ,
what the democrat * clmrco and what the
great bulk of the people believe is , that
Charles Bullock , It , Shawvan and Georgu
L , Wright have agreed that they will
work for a Wilson man for the legisla
ture in 1887 against a democrat , upon
condition that oitheV Bullock , \ \ riuht or
Casady receive the appointment of post
master in Deuisou , This the democrats ,
Indeed the people generally , hope will
never bo brought about.
The patrons of the Dcnison postolllce
uru thoroughly disgusted over thu pres
ent squabble und n'ow threaten to with
draw und withhold their putronagu from
Mr. Myers unless affd until John boemnnn
is continued. What the linal outcome o (
the ulVair will be , no one at present can
Of course , howcyer , Messrs. Bullocu ,
Wright. Meyers and bhawvan have ahd
their friends und sympathisers. While
thoj are very few , to bu sure , still whuu
you find one of them he is immenbo ,
Take , for instance , onu individual who
signs his name "W. W , Andorton , mayor
of Vail , thrice' elected and twice ap
pointed , 'and ux-otliclo justice of the
. " >
' A-i a matter t of fact , Mr , Sq'emuuu ic
nst ns good nnd Just as competent as
my man In our county , } thrifty , sober ,
mtustiious honest , earnest , intelligent ,
aid indeed his appointment ns postmas
ter would relied credit ort the adminis
tration and honor oh the town. Ho
ought to bo conlirnied , , and most cer
tainly should not ha\c been reported on
adversely. Mr. Seemanuuseems to take
the matter easily , but feels bitter as gall
and wormwood towards Meyers.
Then , again , they claim" that the op
position to Scemann2 is0 because of the
Intter's friendship for Keith. This , if
true , Is very poor palliation nml no
theory can in reason support it.
Keith undoubtedly dins his faults
who has not. But duo1 thing is certain ,
Mr. Keith is true to his friends and
equally true to the democratic parly.
The foregoing Is in brief a lesnmo of the
facts andfcellngs in this county so far as
the same are indicated by the somewhat
heated throbs of the public pulse with
reference to the iJcnison poitollico
Imbroglio. Keith was certainly the pee
pie's first choice , and the community at
largo expressed their regrets at his fall-
IM-O of continuation. Ami now again
having their choice ignored , the patrons
of the ollice arc , to say the least , indig-
The Catholics hero have in course of
erection a handsome pastoral residence
for Rev. Bart C. Linihau , formerly of
Sioux City , who has been assigned to this
The Baptist church at this place , it is
liopcd. will bo rebuilt during the year.
A school scandal breaks the monotony
in Vail , and it might aKo be said of that
village that a powerful sight of medicine
is used there , judging by the number of
| icrions who tire now trying to obtain
permits , The Women's Christian tern-
Derailed union convention is now being
licld there also.
Oops in this county now are looking
first rate , and mercantile business is re
viving somewhat. H.
A sound mind goes very seldom without a
ind digestion , and nothing rontributes
t it more than the use Angostura Hitters ,
the world-ienownod appetizer and invlgoia-
lor , manufactured only by Or. . ) . 0. H. Sie
ger iSc Sons.
IVe are waiving a Spec
ialty now of
And a re Offering
You will < : find new
II- t (
special baVgftins on
our counters ;
We are selling Lawns
at c.ivorth 6'c.
Satteens at 12 l-2c. ,
worth : L8c.
at one-half their
At less than they wore ovoi1 knovm
You can save money by coming1 to
Council Bluffs for
&c. We keep the choicest patterns
turned out of the Looms , and our
prices are the lowest in this western
country. You will say so when you
Watch our advertisement every
morning for new bargains.
Look in local column for special sale
HartaessBros , ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
COUNCIL BLU1T.S , IA.
B tut.ll6ho . < 1 1857. T , ' (
SPECIAL ff ;
Special advertisements , such an Ixist , round ,
To Ixian , For Sale , To Kent , Wants , Iloimllnir ,
etc. , will bulntertod In this column nt the low
rateofTK.NCKNTS 1'KU UNK lortlio Ilitt Inst-r
tlonnnd Five Coins rerLlnuforcncli tubsoinient
Insertion. I.eavo advurlisomfnla ut our ofllcu ,
No. 13 1'c'iil strutt , near Ilroadwuy , Council
WANT1JI ) A uooil boy to learn tl ojrlntln
trudc. Call at lluo olllfo. Council Illulld.
FOH SALE -Two Iots25 icetlrom N. W ll'y
track , giiltutile for warehouse or fuvtory
. 15. L tjbearo , 5)0 ) llrondway
SAI.H-Uulon urcnuo hotel ( iropcrty ,
Hpeuialluirgain. K.J < .bliQafeU ) ) llroad uy.
TJWH RAI.K-OU-nopern. In quanlltlv * to ult ,
-L1 ut lloo onico No. 12 Feurl Btrt.et. '
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DEUUE , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
_ _ CnrrlnRC9. Kto , _ Kto. Council ItlunX Iowa.
KEYSTONE MANUF ACTtfUl NG CoT
Jiu'io thoUrlfrlnnl nml Complete
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill & Press ,
COIIN Sttr.l.UCKS ANl ) KHKIl rtJTTIIHS.
Nos. 1N)1 , Wl , Kidiiiml 15' . < > ulli Mnln Street ,
Council Hlutr * . lonn.
DAVID 1WA.DLKY , fe CO. ,
Mnnilf'ri nn 1 .Inbht-is of
Agricultural Imploments.Wagons . , Buggies ,
Carrlngi'i. nntl nil kin I * of Farm Mnchlnnrr.
1100 to 1110 South Main Street , Counsll niuirs ,
AXK lL\Xlt.K \ ! ! . .
P.O. U1.KASON , T. II.DomiliAS ( JBO.K. WaltlllT ,
Pres..VTrcns. V.-I'res AtM > n. Sec .VCounsoI.
Council Blitfs Handle Factory ,
( Incorporated. !
Mnnurftctiirorior A.rlo , I'lck , Slorlue nod Small
, of every tlovHpllon.
COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , Curtnln Fixtures , Upholstery ( looJs ,
Kto. No. 40j llromlwnj- Council IllulTs ,
o , Kir.
PEUKGOY & MOOU13 ,
Wholi' nlo Johlicis In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
NOB. SSMnln mill 1'ciul fits. . Council nimra ,
SNYDER & LEAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. UPoarl St. Council muffs.
J1ARLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Snnclrlcs , Utu. No. st Main St , nuJ
No. SI Pc.irl St. , Council llluirs
DK Y GOODS.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
s ail totem of Drj GOD ! ? ,
Notions. Ktc. No . 112 mid It I Muln Ft. , Nos. Ill
mid Hri I'cnrl St. . Council Hluirn , Iowa.
i HI rrx
O. W. HUTTS ,
Wholesale California Fraits a Specialty
General Commission. No. 513 Uroatlwny ,
round ! IllutTa.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionary & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. 1(1 ( mid IS 1'oiirl St. , Council UlulTB.
L. KIRSCHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Do.ilors. No. 410 Broad-
wuy , Council Illults.
HAItXESS , ETC.
. BECKMAN & CO. ,
Unnu'ncturoisof and Wholesale Dealcra ii
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 625 Main St. . Council UlulFs , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS. KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. ( HI and 314 Droa'lw.iy , Council Illutj.
KEEL1NE & FELT ,
Iroa , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardiara ,
And 'Wood Stozk. Council Ululra , Iowa.
muss AXD irooL.
D. H. McDANELD & CO ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Htdas ,
Tallow , Wool , Pelts , Orca o and Furs Council
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealera in
Illuminating & Lubricitia * Oil ) Ginttai
E3TO. , HITO.
8. Tlitodoro , Aifont , Council Illutfa. Iowa.
LVMliKlt , W/v/.YO , ETC.
A. OVERTON < te CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumbar , Piling ,
A.JH ! Dridgo Mntcrlal Spcclttltlns.Wliolusulo Lum
ber of all Kinds. Ufflco No. 1.10 Mala St. ,
Council UlulTu. Iowa.
JOHN LINDEN ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agent for St , ( iuttlmrrt's Herb Illttori No. 13
Muln St. Council Illulta.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
A" OW Main .SI , . Ci.uncil
THE CARTER VHITE LEAD CD'S ' ,
DtAMONT ) IlllAND Of
STBICTLY PURBLEAD , ZINC AND OIL
AJO iibsolulcly pure , us irpresontod. One gal
lon will co\er two bundled anil tllty MIIUIIO
feet two coats , and will stay on lonircr tlinn any
other paint innmifauiuiod , 1'orbule by
UKIHIS , PAINTS , Ou.s , Kic
Horses and Mules
For nil piiiposcs. boui/ht ami sohl , nt lotull anil
n loti. Lurt'o quuntlttos to fclocl from.
MASON WISE ,
lreell , Kcar Pacific HouseCounil , Buc >
China , Glassware and Lamps ,
\VS. llompr&Co. .
No , 23 , Main St.Council Hint ! ' * , la.
N. SCHUB3 ,
Justice of , the Peace.
Office Over American Kinross Couioany.
WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES ?
FIRST CUSS IN EVERY RESPECT
HIRAM W. DAVIS & GO.
IMllUllwllcd III 1S77.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERENT STYLES ,
20,000 Vehicles Annually , fe'eml for Catalogue , Price * ,
Kates ami TestiiiionlaN.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
b.ilUltiu nnv klml ralcmt or moved mil satisfaction utmniiitcocl. Fi nine liouacs moved
onLIUloQUattrUQii tlm bostlii UIR worlL
808 B'tghbH A.vonvis mil Eighth Stro.sk , Council Binds. -
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs , \ \
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
V r WE TO ORDER ,
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Creston House ,
The unly hotel In Council Illutrs Imvlng
And nil moilurn inipromiuiils. .
" 15 , 217 : uxl 21'.l Main M.
.MAX MOIIN , Flop.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Prncticeb in ti tu anil Federal Courts.
Uoonis 7 and S , Slnmart Uloclc.
I have the largest and most com
plete line of
NEW MILLINERY i
In the city. I am closing out
LESS THAN JOBBERS' PRICES.
You will find all the latest novelties in
hats , bonnets , ilowers , plumes , tips , ribbons
bens , gauzes , crapes and other .styles of
Goods Must Be Sold ,
Best of Bargains ever oflcrcd. Call
and see them.
J. J. BLISS ,
No. 328 Broadway , Council Binds.
B. BICE , M. D.
or otbur tumors removed without
the knlfo or drawln ? of blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES of MI kinm
Over thirty yo.ir/t' i > ruct.c.il utporioa j * .
o. 11 I'iurl Struct , Count il
QK * OlTICh OJ Tllll I
COUNCIL Ili.vfrs CITVV IHWOIIKS : Co.V
< : < > IMII. ! : llLuri'H , IOWA , Mil ) in , itm )
Notlco Isluircliyt'hcn tluit lliun iiliii unniinl
inei.'tliiuof tliu Mockliol'lcitf ol tlin f'ouncil
lllulla City WiiiuiHorhncoiiipiuiy ' 'H IKI hell ut
tliuolllco of tlin coiuiiin | > . No. 5.1' ; llroiidvvnjr ,
In thu city ol ( 'oiintll HlullH , Imvn , on Wcilne-i-
duy , thoUthiliiyof Juno , tbpfl.iil tivo o'clock p.
for IliiM'luction of illrcctoisto s-oivo for tlio
oiisiiliiKJi'iiinnil the tiiinsuctlon ol such other
business as inny lawfully oino liulnro It ,
Tlio tuiiihfor lionksof Ihu o'linpnn ) lllcloso
onVnlni ) day , thu'nd duy ol .liino , JhWI , at 3
o'clock p , iu , uml ulll 10 opun on Thui.-ulny , thu
Dili duy of Juno , issfl , nt ton o' < lock . in.
Illoidcr of the Itoiird of Dlicriors.
P.V. . lldl'KINH , .III.
In JtuyiiiK the Kollowiu ? J'rojiorty in
the next thirty days :
Ixit fi , niock U. I Lot 10 , Illovk 18.
Lot l'j | Illock 13. I IMI t , Iliock 31.
Lot S , IHoik 3. I Lot . Illock 13.
Lot - ' , Illock 7. Lot J , mot-U Jl.
ixil 4 , IIIOCK . I I t 5 , Illock SA
Lot S , Illock 4 , Iliyllss.1 Addition.
Tnis pinporty II i o i-old nt n jrii'iit tncrlllcti ,
nml onti'riri6lnfi | men will , no doubt uviul I hem-
elrusof a ruro oppoitunlt ) to iiuiko moiu-y.
Apply to I'UANK COOK.
ItooinT , Blnitriirt Illoek , Council I.lulls , Iowa ,
I have n quantity of sound , well clcnnwd 6fo < l
which I < rt7cir ut rca&onntilo lUuii-L | f-'oa-l or | l o
cropofltSV Coi re | ioud iioc tuliclirit. 1' , 0.
IOH'B. Uu StU.Cier.'llpTLlill f , W. ll/ .
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers in Milch Cows.
At Our Stock Yank
No 502 and 500 K. Uro.ulway.Couneil Hfl's
L. W. TUM.KYS , Pro" . T. J. 1IVANS , Vlco-1'roi
Council Blii National
102 MAIN STKEET ,
Authorized Capital 250,000 tyf
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000 - "
Do njroucinl banking UU IIIMH.
Accounts ol biuika , liiiil : > cr * . m < > r jlianf , man-
M furl m ers imil linliriduuli lo.'clvoJ on fnvora-
Met t turns.
Domestic uml foreign otchan o.
Tlio vcry tipst or utlunllon iflvon to all busl
ovBsconiniUtod toour" > iio.
KIEL SALE STABLES
' * -TiiKt5 = * * *
y fc i sserTiiKt5 - -
11 oi f os anil Mulus kept constunlly on hnnd
for suln at retail or in cur loiuls.
Ordur ? iiroindlly tilled by contract on short
notice. Stock bold on commission.
SHi.U'rUK & IIOIBV , 1'roprletorfl.
Stable Cornni- Filth Avenue and fcoiirlb 8t
- - -
Clioit-c I > Upla > - of I.alesl Put-
luriiN , All
A Nulcft Stock of C'liolt'O
Grown and selected from Muscutlu
J. R. McPherson ,
Grower and Dealer in
Council mulls. Iowa.
TIIU TAVI.OH SYSTKM. )
MRS. L. SIMMONS
\o. : ( l-t ItroaiUvay.
In unlci locBtubrUli my luimtittlon In ( * ouii I
I'l-Jlth fur line \voik , 1 .sill IVWTIIi ; I'KHSI'.N 1'
'o nil I'ulllnir , lilting miJ iiuliln , ' us uliuup u |
silono LltmvhiTO. l.'iil.'ea netHl tmvu no ( far o fc
inlrlltt UN my ei > nuii.u ! Knuiunttus ] > crf *
tutlktactluu , ) ;
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