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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , JUNE 8 , 1886.
THE DAILY BEE.
TUESDAY MOKNIXO , JUXB8.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEAIIL STREET.
1'tlhciul li ) cnitlcr In ny pnrtof the city nt
twrnty cents per week.
11. Yu TII.IO.V , - - Manager.
nuRtsrisOrnrr , No. 4J.
NuniT KiMToit No.J. .
Now York Plumbing company.
Now summer goods at KuiterX
Frank Foluy nnil Hicliard li. Lottcn
were yesteiday fined for being drunk.
Last evening John Hnrlijw and Miss
Ida lleinley were tiiiltod in marriage ,
Hov. J. Hsk olllcinling.
The county bo.ud yesterday afternoon
uncut most of the time considering an-
locations for purmits lo dell intoxicants.
The Oakland Acorn Is beiiu ; oH'orcd for
halo nt a sacrifice , including building and
lot. This Is a good ehanuo for a man
with small means' ' to step Into a good bus
Tht ! funeral of the Into II. C. Gallagher
will be held this moining at ! ) o'clock.
His son , Lieutenant Gallagher and wife ,
arrived yestoiday moining from Fort
Lewis , Colo.
Among the o run in yesterday Was
Harry IJueUoy , who was In the jail hereabout
about n .year ago , and who was iceog-
izcd ns a follow who had butter bo kept
oil'the streets on circus day.
Harry H.irnett , anosted on suspicion ,
being found prowling about alleys In the
night lime , was discharged yesterday on
showing up that he was a newsboy in
Omaha , and meant no harm.
Fred Miller was on trial yesterday In
Ihu district eotnt on the charge of lorg'
ing John litckcy's name to an order on
iSpetman & Co. , and thus obt-iinlng $45 ,
part in goods and part in ea-li.
There was a noisy light in the saloon at
the intersection of Pearl anil Main
ftrcots vcstord.xy. Two or three bloody
noses , ono anest and a good deal of
noise , Imt no one .seriously hint.
The ( Jurman American band is the
now name for the rcorgani/ed body of
the old Bavarian bantli The organiza
tion _ wlll perform under the now title for
the first lime next Wednesday evening at
the park concert.
Hcchtclo's hotel is beitip put in first-
class shape by L. C. Larson , who i.s
papering the sample room very attract
ively , repainting the walls of the dining-
room , and putting on other artistic
toiicnc.i. adding greatly to the appear
ance of the intei'lor of this popular hotel.
Joseph Cole and his wife , Emma , made
their usual uppearaneo in court yester
day morning , bearing the marks of the
household war. Not long ago Emma left
him , and went to living with another
man. Arrests anil rows followed one
another and buck ng.iin , nnd tlio courts
were kept busy with a multiplicity of
units. Coin finally got his woman back ,
nnd the reconciliation 'lasted over Sun
day. Yesteid.xy morning they opened
war , ami while he was breaking the fur
niture shn was clawing him. They were
both arrested , and lined > . " ) and costs.
Odell Uros & Co are to tender the citi
zens of Council Hind's a complimentary
open air concert in Bnylfcs parjc tomorrow
row evening. The Bavarian band has
been engaged for the evening , and will
give a progr.immo of cntiiolynow music.
Everybody is invited to attend and enjoy
the music freely. Thisj is n good adver
tisement for Odell Uros. & Co. , nnd at the
same time nll'ords the citizens an excel
lent chance to onjo > an evening of music
and fre.sh air. u i * Imped tlmt this will
oo but tlio first of n summer scries of
Mich ont-door entertainments , and that
other business houses will follow the ex-
nmnio thus set. Last year the HIK : gave
Biiuh an open-air concert and others
spoke very favorably ot doing likewise ,
but tlie matter was dropped anil the BKK
was the only one of the season. It is to
bo noped that tills season may see more
than the one.
Beanl has an immense stock of wnls
paper nnd room mouldings which must
be turned into cash , so down go the price
Dr. Cook Has moved his office to his
residence , No. ! I4 North Main street.
BurclnrH nt Work.
A gang seems to be working Council
Blntls , .sneaking and house-breaking.
During the circus narado yestenlay ono
resilience on Oakland avenue was broken
into and a small amount of plunder
Thomas Clark's house on Madison
street was entered yesterday afternoon
nnd some articles of jewelry taken.
Pace & Schmidt's t > hop was broken
open by burglars , and an attempt mada
to drill nnd blow the safe. The fellows
cot frightened away , apparently. They
loft n broken drill behind them , and got
only n little change from the cash
drawer for their trouble.
On ! " refrigerators arc going very fast.
Good goods and low prices tell. Cooper
Go to Board for wall paper.
Substantial abstracts of titles nnd real
estate loan's. J. VV. & E. L. Squire , 10
Pearl street , Council 1 ! lulls.
The Quick Meal gasoline steve is be
coming moro popular everyday. Gel ono
of Cooper & McGoe. _
If you want perfectly satisfactory
accommodations nt $ J per day , go to the
Pacific Ilousti. Depend upon it , you will
never regret your choice.
Why buy a poor gasoline steve when
you can get a " ( jnick Meal" at thn snnio
pricoV Cooper V. McGco have them.
If you want to invest a few dollars
where It will.sayo many times the amount
in labor and dnt'tors' bills , buy an Ameri
can wnshcr of Cooper AT McGuo.
Auninst tlni City.
The case of Mrs. Vernon against the
city was given to the jury Saturday night ,
with instructions to bring in n sealed ver
dict , which they did Sunday morning.
The verdict was opened yesterday ami
was found to bo against the city , the jury
giving the plaiutill § 500. Tim plaintlfT
claimed much heavier damages than this
on account of the injuries received by her
in driving along \aughan avenue last
December. It appeared that she stopped
the horse to wait for a train to pass , and
the horse becoming uneasy backed , ttiu
buitKy being pushed ouu'tno unprotected
idii of a biidgo , throwing the plaint ! ! ! '
into a ditch and causing serious injuries.
Go to the Now York Plumbing com-
Rnny for garden hose. They warrant all
10 } sell. Opera liousc block ,
lloom Mouldings Largest assortment
and lowest price * at Hoard's Wall Paper
At the Pacilic House you will get all the
comforts of high priced hotels and B.IVO
from 60 cents to fl per day , Try it and
be continued ,
The ladles of the Episcopal church
have in preparation a carnival of authors ,
to bo held in the building now occupied
by M. B. Smith & Co. , for Juno 15 , 10,17 ,
18 and 10. This will bo one of the most
attractive entertainments ever given by
this society. There will bo a lunch for
business men every day , from half-past
eleven to two o'clock.
Collins and Rngan Lodged in Jail for
Passing the Queer.
JUDGMENT AGAINST THE CITY.
Second Annual Meeting of the
Women's Association CnrvlnR n
Coon Drowned While
The Woman's Christian association
held its second annual meeting yesterday
afternoon. The following were chosen
as ollieeis :
President Mrs. C. K. Allen.
Vie ldeim--Mi . W. C.
Pie - - ! . Stacy ,
Mrs. K. I1 Scaly , Alrsi Dr. Green , Mrs.
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Dr.
Recording Secretary -Mis Don. A.
Treasurer Mrs .1. H. Atkins.
The reports of the * uveral officers
weie rcail and approved. The following
was the toport of the secretary , which
outlines cleaily the work done during
the year :
IJeforc our summer vacation began we
decided to litre the parlors of the Hnptist
church for our meeting ? , \\hieh we. did ,
paing 50 cents for each time used , if nec
essary to have the loom warmed. Other-
wi'u'tliu Baptist -ociety generously do
mited its tiM ! . 'I his made us a pleab.mt
homo. * o ro/.y and win in , with Bibles
song imoki anil oigan at our disposal.
But notwithstanding tlio comfort of our
simoiindings , Interest again ebbed. On
the ' 'd of November it seemed to us never
greater , ami two or three of us went to
this meeting with the expectation of its
being this last. But one was with us. Mrs.
Murrit , now in Dakota , who seemed in
spired with a power from above. So deep
and earnest was her opening prayer
that our hearts were thrilled
with new hope and the clouds seemed
lo be swept from our -sky. At that meet
ing ihn suggestion was made by our
treasurer which resulted in the Haivest
Homo festival. At that and a subsequent
meeting at the homo of your secretary ,
the arrangements were completed and
repot ts received from thu societies of
young people who so nobly and ably
assisted in the cnteit\iuinufit : \ at once
pleasant and piolitablc. From the pro
ceeds , about seventy-live families have
been assisted. Besides tlio articles pur-
cha ed with oash , sixteen sackb of Hour ,
with groeeiies and piovisions lotliq value
of $100 , were donated to and distributed
from the Harvest Home festival ; making ,
with cash receivedan nggiegate of about
two hundred and fifty dollars , including
newand second-hand clothiig.
Today we loach the .second milestone
on our journey of life as an association.
This anniversary linds us less in numbers ,
but fully as strong as we weio n year ago ,
for while some names have dropped
from our rolj others have been added
which have given perhaps mote strength.
Our year's labors have not been gieat ,
yet ttioy have enlarged our powers of
doing good , and extended our influence
in those lines into which our work seems
to have led.
Dm ins : I ho oppress ! vn heat of July and
August last wo adjourned lor six weeks ,
and thought wo renewed ourwoik with
greater steal for the biief respite. Some
times the clouds have been thick and
dark over our heads , and twice atirina
tlie year the discouragements have been
FO great that the question of disbanding
ourselves , or at least of abandoning the
tield , has been raised. But each time we
have entertained the thought new work
hn.s been siiupcsli'd tons , and enthusiasm
has been rekindled , verifying the woids
of the poet : "Behind the clouds tlie sun
is still shining. " The lire has never gone
out yet ou our hearths and in our hearts
In our dispensing of those charities we
made quite stringent rules. We found it
necessary to do so to avoid wholesale
After the charity ball committees begun
th ir donations we rested from cms , as
we soon discovered they wcic duplicat
ing our gifts. Tliis is why we still have
money left in the treasury. Since then
our charities have been confined to the. .
.sick and suffering. It has seemed as it
the sin all sum we had to do with was like
the widow's crr.ioo of oil , blessed and
For this same reason also , we resolved
among ourselves not to publish a state
ment at that time of our receipts , but
quietly to relieve all otiset > wo could loam
ofiindicach. In some cases we refused
aid , when there was neither sickness nor
chiidten in tlio family. It seemed in
most instances that it was not charity
worthily bestowed. There is no doubt
we made some enemies , but we also made
many friends among the poor people ,
and tmd sonic among them worthy and
honest. We wish they were ns ready to
receive the bread of life from us as they
aio the loaves and h'shos. That branch
of our work which touches the Y. M C.
A. had no lender till near tint close of the
year , when Airs , Harry Curtis was elected
chairman. Since then one sociable has
been undertaken , but the evening jvns
stormy and few ventured out. Wo also
have provided a woman to olean the
rooms as oftcnnsisconsideied necessary.
Our main strength has been devoted to
the operation of an industrial school
for girls. A largo quantity of
cloth was given UK front the lire in Coeko
it Morgan's store , which we titili/.cd in
teaching girls to make into garments for
themselves. More than ninety mimes
arc on the roll. About February 1 Mr.
K. L Shugart travc us the use of his va
cant housu and would have given us the
building had we a lot on which to move
it. Our great need is for a permanent
suit of rooms , which wo UFO ns circumstances -
stances icquiic- Our ollorts now are to
bediiected toward procuring a house of
our own and we hope that Miolhur anni
versary may find us with this object ac
complished. Nor material required in
our Miwiug hchool wo are greatly in
debted to Mr. Simon Kisoman , of Henry
Kiscman & Co , , who has do
nated liberally to our uid and
other citi/ens , especially ladies , have
given us material to carry on our work .so
that v > o have found it necessary to expend
only a small amount for tlm sewing
school. Our pressing need is for morn
teanhcis , Thu classes are to largo that
the few teachers wo have cannot bo thor
ough In their work. Our thankt > aio teiir
dcred the Nonpareil , Br.E and Herald for
five advertising and kindly notices , May
their circulation never grow less , Com
puting our work with tlntt of our first
year we haye done less spiritual work ,
hold fewer meetings , but thu ninount of
benevolent work has been in excess of
that of last year. Wn trust thisyi.-ar may
bear greater and more lasting deeds upon
its wings , and when we meet it in eternity
wo may see that its fruits are perennial.
P. J. MoNrouMKitr.
Go to Beard for
uw tw A-FV..IV4 AUk room mouldings ,
John Templeton has moved Ills cigar
factory to 050 Broadway , opera hoiue
The city couneil held its regular
monthly meeting last night. Aldermen
Bennett , Danfurth and Hummer were
A large batch of bills was ground
Mr. A. C. Graham called attention to
the fact that n move WHS on foot to cut
down a portion of Graham avenue forty
feet , reducing its width to sixly lect. Ho
stated that Mr. Shng.ut , Mr. J. T. Hart
and Mr. J.V , Hodcfcr were claiming
that they , had title to this part of the
street , lleferred to the city attorney.
Pnrk Commissioner Officer called at
tention to the plan of opening up a street
from Graham avenue into the lower part
of Fainnount park. He understood that
all the property owners would give right
of way o.\ccpt Mr. Hawthorne , who
would give 100 feet providing tlio cit.j
would payifl a foot for the rest , $177.
Hescrrcd to the committee on streets and
The matter of Cherry street , one-half
of which was taken Into the driving
park some time ago , was also referred to
The city engineer reported estimates
on contract of C. 11. Mitchell forft.-100.81 ,
and on contract of J. P. Gouldcn for
$ J,2t7.79. !
The cltv attorney called attention to
the suit o'f Vernon vs the City , in which
judgment has been given against the city
for $300. He considered this n victory
for the city. The plaintiff was anxious
to get a new trial , believing the damages
too small. He did not think the city
would gain by having the verdict set
aside. Report concurred in.
The new canning company asked that
Mr. Krnstcln be appointed special police
man , to serve without pay from tiio city.
Granted , on Ida tiling the proper bond.
Petition of Cieorge F. Smith and others
for opening alloy from Madison to Shuts-
man , ne.ir the new school building. Pre
sented and referred
John S.im Kee petitioned the council
to take action to prevent his lot being
washed away by the creek Kofericd.
Petition of citi/.eus asking for repeal of
the oidinsiucu forbidding use of street
hose between 8 o'clock a m.and fio'clock
p in. Signed by 10. ! ! Hefcned to com
mittee with injunctions lo draft a new
Petition for establishing drinking foun
tain at Bioaday and First slieut. Ue-
The. Women's Christian association
asked the city to donate n lot , piomKing
to erect a building thereon for a charit
able and industrial school for girls. Uo-
ferred t. < finance committee.
Citi/.ens complained that Tenth street
from Fifth avenue to Tenth avenue , and
Ninth street south of Fifth avenue , were
not provided with waterways for surface
drainage. Water was stagnant and n
nuisance Referred to committee on
streets and alleys.
Complaint was made of waterway of
alleyin rear of llevero house , by Sixth
Citi/.eus protested against low grade on
Tenth avenue , between the old creek and
the new ditch , and asked for a partial
A resolution was presented appropriat
ing $100 to aid in defraying the expenses
of the lite department in attending the
state tournament at Dubuqiic. Some of
the aldermen objected on the ground that
it was illegal to make such an appropria
tion. The resolution was lost , Aldermen
Bennett and Danforth voting for it. Al-
dei men Hammer and Keller voting no.
PiOPOI ty owners petitioned for the
opening of Fifth avenue to Bluff street.
It was dccideii to have appraibcis de
termine the cost.
Alderman Bennett presented a resolu
tion for the construction of a largo catch
basin at tin- coiner of Willow avenue
and Fourth street , to bo twenty-five ; feet
long , and oi ample dimensions. It was
stated that the property owners in that
vicinity threaten to enjoin the construc
tion of such a catch basin ,
as the cleaning out of this
basin would be a nuisance. Mr.
Bennett thought that this should be done
before Fourth street was paved. It was
either that or else a new sewer would
ha\e to bo built from Broadway U > Wil
low avenue. If the move was enjoined
then the paving should be stopped , lie-
lerrcd until tills evening.
The clerk stated that the time for re
ceiving bids for grading Washington ave
nue1 had expired , and no bids received.
The city engineer was instructed to
advcitisn for bids for paving with cedar
blocks ? Pearl street , from Broadway to
its intersection with Main street ; Hrst
avenue from Main to Pearl street ; Willow
avenue from Main to Pearl street ; Fifth
avenue from Main to Pearl street ; Fourth
street from Broadway to Willow avenue ;
Broadway from First to Oak street.
Adjourned until this evening.
Best cream soda in the city , 5c per glass ,
at Palmer's , 12 Main street.
Ladies attending the festival at Omaha
tliis week are cordially invited to visit
Bliss , 1514 Douglas St. * and examines an
elegant line of tine millinery , the largest
assortment of opera bonnets and dress
hats in the city. Correct styles and low
pi ices. _
Quizzing About the Queer.
Yesterday an examination was had before -
fore United States Commissioner Hunter
as to tle two men arrested nt Wcston for
pushing counterfeit money. They gave
their names as Charles Collins and
Timothy llagan. Collins admitted that
ho had been known as Link Hill , and
that ho had been called "Skinny1' and
other nicknames , each now place of resi
dence furnishing him with a now name.
He had worked at Sioux City until lately.
He came hero and located on Tenth
avenue near Kiuhtli street , luivinir for his
housekeeper a dusky woman. Uagan
al.so claims Sioux City as his homo , and
says that after working in the packing
house there , he diew his pay , came
to Omaha , spent his money , and
arriving in Council Bluffs dead broke
concluded that he would go to DCS
Molnes and sec if he could not get work
there. He fell in with Collins , and
stopped nt his house a few days. On
Fiiday last the two started out on foot.
Hagiin had no money , and after walking
a short distance Collins told him that he
wished he would carry his money for him.
as ho had no pocket without holes , anil
he feared to lose it. Hngan took the
money , ten silver dollars , not knowing it
was counterfeit. Collins told him that
ho had bought eleven silver dollars in
Omaha for ? 'J , but oven this statement ,
nccoiding to Kagan's story , din not
arouse any suspicion that the money was
counterfeit which he was carrying in his
pocket. On reaching Swelgart's
place , near Park's mill , Col
lins bought two cigarc , pass
ing ono of the countertoit dollars ,
and getting back the change in trootl
money. They wont on to Weston and
wore there overtaken by Mr. Sweigart
nnil arrested. Kagau wont to a spot near
tlio depot and hid the money ho had , and
denied having had any. He afterwards
attempted to explain this action by say
ing that Collins told him to do so. and he
thought that it must bo that Collins was
owing some bill there , and wanted to got
out of paying it. The hidden money was
found , and then the young mini admitted
that they know it was counterfeit , but
tlmt thny had bought it in Omaha They
are both now lodged in jail to await the
netlon of the grand lury. It is not thought
that they worn thu makers of the coun-
toifitit coins , but that they were getting
rid of what they could of it was evident.
Thu colored woman with whom Collins
had been stopping was also arrested , but
there was little evidence against her.
An examination of her trunk , which had
been left at the Northwestern depot , ro-
vealcd the presence of a bar of lead and
nbarofsomo sort of composition , but
bo.ond this nothing was discovered , and
there was no evidence of her having
pa sed any of the queer.
Straight scraper work to let on the
Cheyenne & Northern railroad. Apply to
J. J. Brown is Co , , Council Blulls , or at
QMrs. A. C , Graham tVJHs somewhat im
proved j'esterday , and JIOPCS are enter
tained of her rapid recovery-
Mrs. K. 1. Walters'is qVitc ill from the
effects of stepping upon'a ' nail. She was
thought bo bo some better yesterday.
I" Dr. Watlo Gary left last evening for
Frccport , 111. , in thuinturcst of the fall
races to bo held in this uity and Omann.
A. K. Kichnrds , the press agent of W.
W. Cole's circus , ovte.mlcd courtesies to
the newspaper inert yesterday in Ids
usually happy way , qaiiiing them lo feel
at homo , and giving thojn every oppor
tunity of seeing tlie ins and outs , and all
the details of tlio wonderful show.
Jesse Walters w.is jesterday reported
as about the same , there being no signs
of improvement. Ho is suffering from a
severs paraljtic stroke , which affects
one whole side.
Wo have quite a largo stock of line shoes
and slippers to show \ou.
/ . T. LISDSCV & Co.
A Jlually ItlK Show.
Colo's big shows drew a greater crowd
hero yesterday than has been seen on cir
cus day in a long timo. The tents were
filled to overflowing , despite their mam
moth proportions , and the crowds were
no less delighted than in Omaha. The
words of pntiso given in the BKK yester
day were found to be fully warranted , and
wore heartily endinsed by thu Council
Bluffs people. Thu features ! of the show
this year are in many respects novel , and
in all respects excellent. Cole lias made
himself solid with the people ot this vi
cinity , and whenever lie sef a date for
this place he may look tor a jam.
Kemcmbor we arc closing out our re
tail shoo business us fast ns po.-sible Call
quickly. / . T. LINUS.UI & Co.
A Now County Attorney.
1 ho county board of supervisors met
yesterday afternoon for their regular
June session. One of the most important
items of business was the reception of the
resignation of Colonel J. II. Keatlcy as
county attorney. The reason for thus
resigning was that he is so occupied with
the Brown impeachment and other busi
ness that he could not give proper atten
tion to the duties of county attorney. The
board accepted the resignation , and pro
ceeded to elect a successor. W. II. Ware
was thus elected , loceiviug four out of
live votes He entered at once upon the
discharge of his duties.
Scratch and Dljj. *
Scratch and dig forbargains , but before
you buy boots , shoes CT slippers , call and
bee us. Z.T. LiXDbiv : < k Co.
Drowned While Hath Inc.
A young n.an named Seaton was
drowned in the Boycr Sunday while bath
ing. Ho was taken with cramps and
quickly sank. His bb ly had not been re
covered yesterday. He has a half-lister
named McDonald , wjio lives in Neola.
Young Seaton was , piiHc prominently
broiigjit before the public some time ago
in a civil case pending for some time in
the courts. ° '
We arc going out of the retail shoe
business , and arc offering bargains that
are bargains in boot ) , shoes and slip
pers. Call early and ttten.
Z. 'J. LlNUiKY & CO.
Carving a Coon ,
A colored fellow nancd Tramptone , got
in a row at ' 'Texas" huisc yesterday , in
which ho cut the wife.of Texas with a
hatchet , inflictlngquitcawoundi Tramp-
toi'o was arrested by Officer Cousins and
lodged in jail.
TVe are malting a Spec
ialty now of
Summer Goods ,
And are Offering
You will find neiv
special bargains on
IFe are selling JLawns
at c. , ivorth 6c.
Satteens at 12 l-2c.f
worth .I8c ,
at one-Half their
At loss than they were ever known
before. 3 . .
You can save money by coming to
Council Bluffs for , I
&c. We keep the choicest patterns
turned out of the Looms , and our
prices are the lowest in this western
country. You will soy so when you
Watch our advertisement every
rrjorning for new bargains.
Look in local column for special sale
Harluiess Bros. ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DEKKE , WELLS fc CO. ,
\ \ liole nto
Agricultural Implsnanh ,
Cnrrln c , I'ta , Kto. Council UHir ( , town.
Mn\o ItioOrlfflnnl ami Complete
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Hill & Press ,
COItN SIIIJU.EUS AND t-T.Ktl CUTTKIl ? .
No ? . l.'Ul.mi , l.VTuiiHlir , ) : SoutliMnln Sluot ,
Council llhKT' . lunn.
DAVID HKADLKY * CO. ,
Mtinuf'is nn I Jobbers of
Agricultural" Implements , Wagons , Bnggles ,
, nnrt nil kin l < of Kami Mitohlnrrr.
1100 to 1110 South Mrtln Street , Council IlluT ! < ,
AXK IIAnt.KS. .
K.O. Gt.KlwN. T. II.1)otmt\s OKO.F.VuioilT. .
Trcs-ATruRs. V.-l'rri AM in. Soc ACoiinsol.
Council BluTs Handle Factory ,
( IncorponitO'U '
Manufacturers of Axle , Pick , SlodRo nod Small
Handles , of ( ivory clG ciltloii | )
COUNCIL HLUFFS CAKI'ET CO. ,
Curtains Window Shades
Carpets , , ,
Oil Cloths. CiirtHln flxtiiru * , t'pholstury Ooo.t ) ,
Etc. No. 405 llromluny Council
x , To/wrrn / , KTC.
1'ERKIJOY & MOOHE ,
\Vliolcfnlo .lobbcis In ttiu
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Nos. IS Main and -T I'carl St9 , Council Bluff * ,
SNYDEIl & LEAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No It 1'enrl St. , Council Hhilta.
HAHLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Oils Paints Glass
Druggists , , , ,
Drupelets' Sundries. Ute. No. tt ! MHII ! 8t , and
No. 21 I'ciirl St. , Council Illutfa
nn r aoons.
M. K. SMITH < Se CO. ,
LipHters aid Joblnn of Dry
Notions. Ktc. No . 112 mid lit Muln St. , Nos. 113
nnil 115 I'cnil PI..Council Illuirs. Iowa.
O. W. BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Fruits a Specialty
General Comml-s'on. ' No. 51 ! 11 ro ml nay ,
\VIRT As DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
NOB. lOnml 18 P'-nil dt. , Council Hindi.
UltOCKRIKi * .
L. KIKSCI1T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Also Wliolcsnlo Liquor Doilt-i * . No. 416 HrouJ-
wiiy , Council Hlulls.
XKSS , ETC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Mumi'nctnrois of end Wholesale Do ilori In
Leather Harness Etc.
, , Saddlery , .
No. t 5 Main St. . Counoll Illulfs , IO\TH.
HATS. CAI'S. ETC.
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
No ? . : u : and 3(4 ( Hi-rmchv.iy , Council Ilium.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron Steel Nails Hardware
, , , Heavy ,
And Wood Stock , Council lllutTi ) , lown.
D. H. McDANELI ) & CO .
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tulle w , Wool , Pelts , O reuse nnJ Fuia Council
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. .
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils Gisoliaj
B3TO. , B3TO.
8.Theodore , Airent , Council Illulle , Iowa.
LUMHEll. I'lLlXQ , K'lV.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
* nd Hrlclgo Matci inl tfiiocliiltlns.WliolosuUi Lum
ber ot all Kinds. UIHuo No. 130 Main St. ,
Council lllutra. lown.
ES AND LlQUUltS.
JOHN L1NDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agunt lor St. Cotthard'n Hnrb Hlttcrd. No. 1.1
Main Ht. Council lllulU.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Xo CM Mtiln St. . Oitiiicil
Special ndvt'itUcmontB , kuuh ns 1,01 , round ,
To 1.0,111,1'oi Silo , To Itt'iit , U'liiitB , HoiuilliK , ' ,
clc.nill boliuoiteil In thin column nt thu low
inlool TiN : Ci.NT.S : ] > iu ; UNI ; lot the tlitt Inter
t Ion and rUuCuntii J'crMno for each bubsocinnm
ineeitlon. Lfiivo luhnlbomriits nt onr ollko ,
No. 1 : . ' 1'onl street , neni llioailway , Couneil
T\'ANTii : ) A Kill to do ( 'uncinl lieu > vorU ,
Cull at 109 round btitei ,
Ojp : HKWAUn Toi a gold signet linir Ion
( p < - > April' " . ) on ti mister platform by W. II
Iliiriie , Council UlullB.
TTVMl BALK Tor Bale , the leiiss und fninltiiro
J of a HIM CIH832U loom boiol loemed on line
ol C. M , i St 1' . , also nt tin minusof PHI vcy tor
liriini.'li fcom Slun.v City. Onlj ton rooms lur-
nlBlioJ. H. K. W. , Iox7 ) < , Ilt-lluncc , Iowa.
FlUSAl.ttDniKttoroln noituwi'Stuin lowu ,
Mnbt bo i f r 1 it o rod plmunimHt. Wliolo
amount f4'HK ) . Ciipltul rtviuliod JWAl to l.'KH
Address Dr 'llios Wr do , Jtcinaon , Plymouth
county , lowu
Vl/ANTKIf-rifty iluybuaidcrs nt the Hecli-
telo hotel , ciiuui >
WANTIM ) KOCH ! boy lo learn tlo printing
trude. ( 'nil at lluu olllui , Council ft Hi lit
OUSALB-TttO lots25 toot frouiN. W.lt'y
truck , suitable lor uunliou6i\ factory
12. I. , falicufe , .1JU Hiomlv/uy
TTUlll BALK I'nlon nviMiuo hotel pioperty.
J.1 Bjiecial bargain IS. Ublutife , fxij llroadwny.
SAI.K-OIJ unperu. In qUHntltlos to eult ,
lit Ucu elli g No , llM'eurl btroot.
WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES ?
FIRST CLASS IN ElfEfiy RESPECT
HIRAM W. DAVIS ft CO.
lMn1 IUUc l In 1877.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTV DIFFEREHT STYLES.
2OOOO Vehicle * Annually * Tor Catalogue , Price * ,
Kates and Testimonial * ,
HOUSE IVIOVER AND RAISER
Brick b.tlldlnq nnv kind rnl o l or ran veil nnd sill : fnellon Biifttantct-d. 1'ininu homes moveJ
LltlltOIaat truc'ij-tliu bait In thn worit
803 Eighth Avemia nnl Eislitli Slreat , Council BluITi
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT.
, Y o MADE TO ORDER.
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Creston House ,
The only hotel In Council Hluffs having
And nil modern linpioxcmcnte.
" 16 , " 17 und "in Muln t > t.
MAX SIOHN , Piop.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OOTjrjtTOIIj BZjXJ pis.
Practices In btate and Federal Courts.
Hooins 7 and f , Slmuart Block.
1 have 1 he largest and most com
plete line of
NEW MILLINERS :
In tlio city. 1 nni closing out
LESS THAN JOBBERS' PRICES.
You will fitul all the latest novelties in
lints , bonnets , lloncrri , tilunws , tips , rib-
buns , guu/.ufc , crupos unil other atj'lc.i of
Goods Must Be Sold ,
of Hiirgiims ovur ofliurcd. Cill ;
anil sec tlicin.
J. J. BLISS.
No. 328 Hioadwny , Council
R. BIOEIvI. , . D.
0 * Ot ur tum.i'i roiunvo.1 wlihout
CHRONIC DISEASES or "
Over thirty ytiiir.V pnict.cul oxiurlcj.uj.
o.ll I'u.irl till-not , Coitai II IlhiiTi
CK3 OPI ITK OK TIIK I
COUNCIL Ili.utfs \\'ATtinvonKs : oV
Cou.scit. lli.t'irs , IOWA , Miiy 111 , Jt-ftu. )
Notice U hurl-by Kit on tlmt the ropulnriiiiiuiiil
invctiim of the btockhohlors of the Connull
HIiillH City Wutorworks uonipany u'll liu In Id nl
IhoolUie of thu ( oinpuny. No. f.W Ilioudurjr ,
In Iho city of Council Hlntld. lown , on U'tHlnc-i-
day. thu lUh ilay of Juno , ISrM.ut t\\o o'clock p.
in. , for thu eloctlon of tlliOLloiN to MIIVO for the
onsnlnioeni , nnd the tiiiiihaetlon ol Fticli other
buslines us niav lawfully coinu Uuloro it.
The triin ltirlKioKrt of thu company will dose
on WnlncHluy , the "mlduyol .Innu , IShli , .it 'J
o'clocl. p. in , , and ulll idopiui on 'Ihinvluy , thn
Olh Uity ol jiinii , IhN ) , at ion o'clock it. in.
lly cider of thu llo'.rd ol Dliri lors.
H. W. lloi'KiMJn. .
FRANK COOK ,
- AND -
LOAN AGENT ,
Room 7 , Shugart Block.
. TIMOTHY SEED.
I hate ai'iiantlty of sound , net ! cleaned ecod
nhlcli 1 oltoi nt icnsonnble fl UKg. Sued of Uio
ciopofUSJ. tv.i rc-jpondcneo bollcitc < l. K.O.
lowu. Lu fx.ll.Ci.ci , -I'TLUH N. W , lly.
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers in Milch Cows.
lit Our Stock
No 503 and 500 K. Hi'oathvay.Counoil Hll's
I W. TULI-EVS , I'ro . T. J. IVANS , Vlco-1'ros.
JAMES N. lm\\iNCu ! lucr.
Council Bki iiational Bank
102 MAIN STBEET ,
Onpital $100,000 (
Authorized Capital 850,000
Stockboldors Represent 1,000,000
Do neenotiil bttnliln ? liusln-v s.
Accounts of hank' , hitnl.ors , iiUTclmnti , innn-
n I act m ci 8 and IndlvldniilH looolvo.l on fnvor.i *
DoincBtlo niul foicljrn otchan/n
The very best of attention Kiven to nil btnl
KIEL SALE STABLES
Horses and Mules kept ion timtly on blind
for Pttli * nt i ctnll or In car loads.
Ordeis promdtlv Illlod by contrnot on short
nolfcu. tnck sold on commission.
SHMITEH & IIOI.KV , Proprietors.
Stable Comer Filth Avenue iititl Fourth Bt
Couneil niutlg lown.
Choice nixilay | ol" Latent Put *
tcnm , All OradeH.
A Select "J' ; of lioico
Extra fine J \ V
Grown and selected from MusciUiii
J. R. McPherson ,
0 rower null Dealer in
A.M > I'
Council mull's. lown.
Horses and Mules
for nil purposoe. bouuht and Hold , at retail and
nlotf Lnigoquuntlltob to tolocl from.
MASON WISE ,
[ licelt , Kcar Pacific HouseCounil , Buc
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