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0 THE OMAHA DAILY ttEE : FKIDAY. JULY 1.6 , 1886.
THE DAILY BEE.
FRIDAY MOHN1NG , JULY. 10.
01-FICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
KtUxtrtd by cnrntT In nny pnrt of the city nt
twenty icnts ptr week
11.V. . TII.TOM , - - - Mnnnger.
Ill'fIMS Omen , No. 43.
NititiT KIMTOII No. 23.
New York Plumbing conipuny.
Pants to order $ " > , by Holler , the Inilor.
Material for bathing suits nt lltirkuess
giilnr nirrtlng of Fidelity Council
o. 110 , Hoj-al Areanuni thiA ( Friday ) .
Fancy lltinnt'ls for bathing Mills : it
ilnrknuss Hros * .
Mrs , 11. t' . Cory lias gone to Spirit
f/nko for rest and recreation.
Co to lh ( > laku titter gutting n bathing
miitof lliirknas.s Bros.
Tim contriietfor building the Catholic
churoh at Hurling is to hulet on the liltli
Apron Itnhbor Company's hose nt
Coopnr iV ; MoUwi's.
Cabinet photographs $8 per dox at
blionadcn's , . ' (17 ( Ji'dwtiy , for CO days only.
Only $ 'JoO pel * defer lirst class cablnn
photo * at Schmidt's , --0 Main.
Halhiiig slits , all colors , strspcs and
plain , in full ' : uits and trunk , -KJc to $ : t
each at John Hone t&Co.'s.
Permission to wed was yesterday
granted J. H. Meyers of Coxtild , Neb ! ,
and Urphiti A. Allen , of this cily.
John Helm has bought and launched on
AIuituvi ; : lake , oil' Manhttttiin bench , : v
Inrge boat , thn U'hilc Swan , which has
fcido wheels and is roomy.
W. H. Heck , "Tuxas , " who has Lncy's
old place , has liltpd up n very cosy resid
ing room , whei'o iie keeps liles of all the
Manager Lima , of the telephone com
pany , has secured a new power generator
which has been nut in , and now the
operators in thn telephone central olllce
will bo able to do all of their ringing by
The lack of rain has caused a petition
to be started for the Driving Park Asso
ciation to set a near day for som races.
A few dollars spent in advertising races
for Council Mulls would bring rain ,
when all clso fails.
Charles LoHurt. of the Nonparicl. had
to look to his neighbors and friends yes
terday , some suetik thief having com
pletely emptied his ice box , winch was at
the rear of his home , and well tilled with
provisions and delicacies.
O'J'lic case against George Wells for
hitting the crazy man at the Driving
Park about ten days ago , was yesterday
dismissed.Valt r , the assaulted man ,
has been taken to his home in Illinois ,
nnd it appears clear that he was the ng-
crosor , and that he was coming for
Wells with a hatchet when Vi'ells hit
Joseph Hoje claims that his daughter ,
Emma , a robust maiden of sixteen , will
insist on running away from the parental
roof , and he wants her sent to the reform
school. She says she has been at work-
in the country , and that she is not a bad
girl , and don't want to go. The father
will have a chance to show up his proof
in court to-day.
A plain , neat and easy design for
ladies biUhiugsuitswhich can be made of
uny material desired , is a belted Mother
Iliibhtird reaching half way to the knee ,
with iiauts of same material to the knee ,
to meet stockings ; short or long sleeves ,
high or low necK according to taste of
woarcr. Trimmed with braid or plain.
Bnthing slippers and largo straw hat
complete tlio entire costume.
W. II. Vaughan has just received a
commission as a membcir of the board of
curators of the State Historical society ,
his appointment being for two years.
There has been little interest manifest in
this section in gathering up material for
preserving tholiistory of the state , and if
Mr. Vaughau goes into this work with
the same enthusiasm which ho has mani
fested in otlmr fields , there will bo an
awakening of public interest in this im
portant feature of the state organiza
J. J. Anderson , the popular dining car
conductor on the HOOK Island railway ,
has purchased the Reynolds house at At
lantic and has relltted it and refurnished
it , making it ono of the bust houses in tlio
Ktato. Tlio hotel is to bo heated with
bteam during the winter and cooled by
Manitoba waves during the summer.
John Anderson , my jo , John , will iiml
his friends crowding in on him in droves ,
nnd if ho does not reach a fortune on fast
time ho ought to. The dining car vacancy
thus caused is to bo tilled by Mr. C.V. .
Taylor , who has been chief clerk of the
Commercial hotel in Chicago. Ho has
had experience which fits him as a worthy
successor to the popular man u ho has
A number of the saloon men wore up
before Judge Aylesworth yesterday for
failing to comply with the order to close
nn Sundays and after 12 o'clock at night.
Most of them were discharged , they ex
cusing themselves on the grountf that
they had lunch counters , and regular
boarders ruiunring the doors to bo left
open. 1'lin judgu laid down the rule that
tie | ordinance ( lid not prevent restaurants
being kept open all night , but that whenever
over bars wore kept open , or drinks solder
or given away after hours , oven if the
doors wore closed , the penalty must fol
low. A few were lined , thcro being cvl-
dcnco that parties wore drinking after
hours. Among tho.su fined \ytis Peter
Partol , and ho concluded ( hut it was not
fair for others to slip out so easy , and so
ho tiled now informations against some
of those who bad been discharged. These
new cases will come up Saturday.
Toctli ! Teetli ! Teeth !
In fact , teeth for everybody , made
cheap. From this time on 1 will make
hots of artificial teeth for the small sum
of $5 each set. In fact , I wijl not permit
any man to como into this city aim niuku
eels of artificial teeth any cheaper than I
can. J have removed my oilice to South
Mitin street , No. li. ! ! ; Please call and sco
the teeth that 1 will maKe you at$5 a sot.
1 will guarantee just as good n lit as the
flOeots. I live in tins city anil propose
to stay hero the balance ot my Hfo. \ ilh
respect to all humanity , 1 am ever the
same , Yours truly ,
Dit. F. C , CLAIIK.
P. S. Oilier papers can copy this no
tice if thuy feel Inclined to do so ,
Pacilie house recently renovated. Cool
rooms ; money saved ; comforts gained ,
Abe Lincoln Post. Thorn will bo nn address -
dress delivered on Saturday evonlncr at
the G. A. II. hall , by Itov. Dr. McCrcary ,
of the M. K church , lleing a member of
Abe J.inooln Post this address will bo for
the good of the order , All members of
tlio U. A H , and Sons of Veterans are
Invited to attend. Post opens nt 8
o'clock. WM. llorat , P. 0.
JOSKl'll CliOJIKll , Adjt.
Go to the Now York Plumbing com
pany for garden hoso. They warrant all
[ hey foil , Opera house block.
Stenographer and typewriter. O. Mun-
eon , wlfli M. F. Kuhror , over C. U. Na
Kirklnml , UuT jeweler , has removed to
B'JU liroadwny , Singer ollico.
A SLUG HEAD FOR AN EDITOR ,
How a Lively Butcher Takes the Law in His
CAPTURE OF ADARING BURGLAR
Jlnttawn AVnvcs An Oltt Man's Hnr-
Inliiiinan Mother's Work
Snil Accident ( on Youth
Saloon .Men Arrested ,
Kcltli Still In Ilio
The f.ictthat A. H. Ki-illi , of tlio Unllu-
tin , hnd boon brutnlly .T-snultcd nt Dnn-
ison , lias boon already inado known
Ilironpli tlio tuU' nipliic columns of the
Hr.i : . ICi.'i'.li lias ninny friends tliron h-
out tlin .state , and in both political par-
tics , wlio have great sympathy for him ,
and the nublie. giiiiur.illy will be equally
iiili ( iiHil ; over tlio outrage. Keith IIUH
been uiigngc.d in a bitter war over local
unit UTS at Dunl. on , and thurn has beun n
Hood deal of bad blood and much mean-
ness. The personal assault upon him is
not only miju&liliablu and brutal , but is u
foolish way of trying to silence him. Ilo
is lee narvy a fellow to bo scared out ,
and with public sympathy turned in his
favor , by reason of tlio assault if for no
other , he will dip his pen afresh in gall ,
and make his enemies wish they hail
taken some other course than brute force.
Jl doesn't prove Keith to be n liar to
knoek him down , and does not prove tlio
other fellows to bo saints. Knock down
arguments generally turn 'he .sympathy
toward the follow who is knocked down.
Keith gets up smiling and says : "Slightly
disfigured , but still in the ring. " Ho then
gives the following details of how it hap
.lames Williams , n republican politician
of Denison , made a murderous assault
upon the editor of the. Bulletin. Wil
liams , who by occupation is a butcher , is
a skillful pugilist , with a record as a
lighter , and weighing nearly two hun
dred and seventy pounds , seems to have
boon selected for the evidently premed
itated attack upon IS)1. ! ) Keith. . Ho fol
lowed Keith into tlio Kuropcan restau
rant and engaged him in conversation on
matters relating to the Donison postollieo ,
finally asserting that he ( Keith ) , had
"acted thos - of : i b - in tlio matter
of location. " This was NO ovidonta chal
lenge to a quarrel that Keith remarked ,
"Mr. Williams , I'll have nothing more to
say to you , or to do with you , " and
turned to walk oil' , thinking that course
would end the matter then anil there.
Ho had taken but one or two steps when
Williams exclaimed : "You'lll never put
my name in your paper again ! " This to
Keith's unutterrblo surprise , was in
stantly followed by a powerful sledge
hammer blow ii : the back of the head.
which knocked him down. Before he.
could recover his feel , Williams seined
him by the neck and dealt him another
blow upon the side of the head that par
tially dazed him , and left him as helpless
us an infant in the hands of the burly
butcher. In this condition he was
dragged and jerked into the back room
by Willjams , to complete the murderous
work without interference from passers-
by. He was terribly pummeled by Wil
liams before the fellow was finally pulled
on" . His clothes were torn and bloody ,
and above the left temple was a cut an
In addition to the blows upon the face
and head Mr. Keith was severely injured
through the breast and back. Drs. Wil
kinson and Wright were in attendance
until 2 o'clock the following morning.
Mr. Keith suffered internally , and hypo
dermic injections of morphine were given
and chloroform administered to relieve
him. He was unable to eat a morsel for
three days after the injury , and spat up
considerable blood , but he is now im
proving and hopes to be at the Bulletin
helm in a few days , despite the burly
bull-dog and the little litter of mangy
imps that glory in his cnmo.
Captain .lames Anderson , of the mer
chants' police force , made an important
capture between ! ! anil1 o'clock yester
day morning. Ho noticed a suspicious
light in the rear of Judge James' house
and creeping up to it found that a burglar
was prowling about inside , with a little
piece of lighted candle. The fellow had
gained an entrance through a window
which he had pried up. Outside the win
dow ho had left his shoes and a basket ,
together with a little uundlc. The burg
lar put ant the light and crawled out , and
went over to the next residence , occupied
by Mr. Brown , the cashier of the Council
BluH's National bank. He went up onto
the rear porch and was. preparing tomaku
nn entrance through the door when An
derson , thinking matters had gone far
enough , oamo onto him with a demand ,
'Throw up your hands. " The fellow
jumped oft' the porch , grabbed his bundle
and basket and as ho started to run An
derson called on him Io stop or ho would
kill him. The man turned , put his hand
behind linn as though about to draw a
revolver , and Anderson grabbed him.
Ilo yielded , anit Anderson soon found
that the move was a blulY , the follow hav
ing no gun. Ho then look the follow up
to the city jail and had him locked up.
An examination of the oflccts on the
prisoner disclosed the fact that ho had a
quantity of jewelry , mostly second hand ,
There was a silver watch , a gold neck-
chain. cull' buttons , bracelets , oronstpins ,
n gold pencil , three rings and other
articles. Ho had gome letters , evidently
written by him , and ready to bo mailed ,
It appeared from the paper ho had used
that ho had buon stooping at Kiel's hotel ,
but this ho denied. It was learned that
ho had been stopping about tlio city for
several days , and that ho had two small
valises. When I huso am found moro
may bo learned about him. Ilo had been
representing himself as an insurance
man. and ho gave the name of T. W.
Bartlott. Ho was very reticent , the only
thing that could be learned from him
being the statement that ho was from
Kansas City , and that ho had no pals
working with him.
Ho is a young man , slight built , sandy
coinploxioned , a small moustache ,
receding forehead and chin , Ho was
brought boforu Judge Aylosworth yostor-
dav afternoon , and his case sot for
to-morrow for preliminary hearing.
Anderson has made n good capture ,
nml the service of the Merchants' police
will bo the moro appreciated for this
allowing of what it accomplishes.
Judge James was in the house , when
the burglar was prowling about , but I. is
his family were away , and ho was unable
to Identify the articles found in the
fellow's bundle. It is thought the plunder
was trained somewhere else. The case is
still being worKed upon , and moro is yet
to bo revealed about the young rmm.
John H. Higgs , of Corning , la. , lias
been sorely distressed of lute over the
intidolity of his wifo. Higgs is about
lifty j-ejirs of ago , while his wife is under
twenty years of age. It seonis that she
has boon enaaiored with n younger and a
handsomer man , John Kennedy. She is
said to have not only been lavishing her
afTectlons upon Kennedy , but also has
been lavishing money upon him , she hav
ing worked tlio old man for u nice little
amount , In nil about ono thon.o.ind del
lars. What has become of the money Is
not known , but it is Mipposed that the
young couple h-rfc ueen growing It
about In riotous living. Kigfts sent Word
here for the police to" look out for the
couple , and by means of protoernplis
the officers gamed a very good idea 01
tlio parties wanted. The young woman
was found at a late hour \ \ ednesday
night in n house in the eastern part of the
cily. When the train was about Io leave
for Omaha shortly before midnight the
man was noticed lust getting on. He was
taken to the city , | ail to await the arrival
of the oUlcers trom Corning. The young
woman , before leaving home , had in
duced her husband to put up a $10 bon
net for her , but this she had pawned hero ,
raising $4 upon it , and of , this
amount them remained only thirty cent ? .
Kennedy claims to be a railway man , and
had in liis possession a numborof keys of
the 1) ) . it M. , Chicago. Burlington &
( Julticy and Kansas City roads.
lllptoH ] ) I'Yom liulco IMnnmvn.
The new drivowav around Lnke Man-
nwa is about completed , and by tills ev
ening will be used by a large number of
people who are rather timid about cross
ing Iho lake in the crowded rowbouts.
and have been waiting for the driveway
to be opened. Quito a number went
nroitml last night , there remaining only
a distance of about thirty rods of sand
through which one liau to drive to reach
the beach. By this route the beach is
about an hour's drive from Broadway.
Three gentlemen have clubbed together
and yesterday telegraphed for the price
of a steam launch capable of carrying
twenty or twenty-live persons. If the
price Is satisfactory they will send one of
their number away this evening for the
boat , and she will bo hastened to Lake
Manawa to accommodate the increasing
numbers who nightly try to reach Man
hattan beach and indulge in the line bath
By the early part of next week a num
ber of line light-weight rowboats will be
put on the hike by Mr.Georgo W.Tliomp-
son , who is now in Chicago lor that pur
Several gentlemen who have visited the
lake and beach and know the lay of the
land are nulctly talking among
themselves of Iho advisability of
erecting a small hotel this season and ar
ranging the same so as to put on a largo
addition next spring , and witli other im
provements make a resort that can accommodate -
commodato the families of merchants
and business men next season.
Everybody who goes over to the beach
praises it in the highest terms , but those
who only reach W ray's landing and can
not sec anything but a small body of
water can't sec any reason for so much
talk about Lake Manawa or Manhattan
A largo party in buggies left Iho city
about 0:30 : o'clock last evening to drive
around onto the beach and spend the
evening. They took their supper with
Tno better class of people arc the ones
that frequent tlio beach , and it is a
noticeable fact that the.y are bcginnnng
to take their children with them.
No liquor or beer is allowed on the
beach aiid the leassees propose to have
the beach run in a rcspcutanlc manner.
A Unit a I Mother.
Little Bonnie Kwiug appeared in court
yesterday , and bared his back , showing
how he had been shamefully beaten. He
said it was his mother , and not his step
father , "Doc" Scott , who had so unmerci
fully whipped him. The charge against
Scott was therefore dismissed , and a
complaint filed against the mother , Mrs.
Ewing. She did not deny having whipped
the boy with a rope , but said Iho boy was
hard to manage , and that ho had to be
severely whipped to keep him from be
coming a chronic thief. The judge could
sec no excuse for lacerating a boy's back
in that kind of a way , and ( old the
mother that if it had been clone by any
body but a woman he would make the
penalty the severest one under the law.
As it was lie would line her $25 and costs ,
and let her stav in jail unless the tine was
paid. The mother now insists on Bond
ing the boy to thy reform school , and
protests against allowing any family to
take him. The poor little tellow evi
dently has not had moro than half a
chance to become anybody , and if ho is
what the mother pictures him as being ,
il seems that a large .share of the blame
must bo laid at the maternal training , or
lack of training.
( ! eo , Pickering , aged about seventeen ,
wet with n .serious accident on the in
coming Chicago & Northwestern train
Ittbt evening. His father is ono of the
oldest engineers on the road and was
pulling the train when the accident oc
curred , young Pickering was standing
on tlio platform between tlio smoker and
the first passenger coach , and just as the
train had passed through the bridge coin
ing into Loveland , ho leaned out and
looked back. As ho was in this position
the back of his head struck a switch ,
knocking him from the train. Ilo was
insensible ) when picked up. and brought
to this city in that condition , and was
being cared for at the Pacilie , three
physicians being in attendance. The
base of the fikull was found to bo badly
fractured , and no hopes of his recovery
could bo entertained.
All the comfort of high priced hotels at
Iho Pacific house , and a saving of fiOe to
if 1 a day. Try it.
Fine pasture , plenty of water and good
attention for : > ( ) ( ) head of stock about live
miles north ot Broadway and Main street.
Inquire of L. P. Judson , No. 020 Sixth
avenue , or Charles Palmer at pasture on
limo kiln road.
Try it. Best Cream Soda in city 5t per
glass at Palmer's , No. 12 Main st. "
The a. G. G's.
Several years ago ton young ladies in
the glen about Park and Ulan avenues
formed the U. ( i ( J.s , and resolved that
every member of the club , upon the mar
riage of ono of their number , should
unite in giving the lucky member a re
On Tuesday night the third reception
during the existence of the club was
given at the homo of the Misses Dohany
in honor of the marrinrc of thoiro\-mcm-
ber , Miss Blanche Oliver , to W. L , Welsh
on Juno 20 , the other ex-members being
Mrs. W. Maurer and Mrs. C. Xiinmer.
Invitations wore oxended ) to a few of
the relatives of the club members to a
"fishing party , " and the "lishing" was
in a tub of bran. The members of this
club burled tlieir tokens in tha bran , and
attached to each wore an appropriate
line or two or a verto from the giver to
the newly wedded couple.
An enjoyable evening was passed by
nil present , and it is to bo hoped that
moro of these receptions will soon follow ,
The IJIcliiiiond Hero ,
Mr. Lewis H , McCullough , superin
tendent of the Richmond lire ularm com
pany , arrived at the Pacillc house yester
day. An oxiiibit of the workings of tills
alarm was made here some time ago , and'
the city was about to close n contract for
it , when tha friends of the ( jumtuvell
made a request to huvo a chance to make
a showing and do some figuring. The
Richmond company proposes to put in u
I p < Tmbination by which the system will
not only furnish a Ohmploto lire .
I but also a police call system. Mr. Me-
I Cullough bus come hero prepared to show
uj > the wofkln.'js 6f 'the instrunionts
again , if rtccessiry.imd to ovj'luln tjio
system fnlly. Tiio Colnpslny- also pro-
) WO.n. | 03 to strongly gir < iIT uteo the sys
tem , and If It docs not work satisfactorily
to take it oil'tho city's hands. Tlio tlnio
for closing up the matter is lived for
to-day. The Hiclimoiul lias many friends
here , ami tlio competition between It and
the ( lamewell will be sharp , tlio ( tamo-
well being urged by many on account of
it' old and enviable ! reputation. There
seem no'doubts bi t that ' . -oth are good
systems , the main question being which
is the bo t , and which nil thlnas consid
ered is the cheapest. The council will
move slowly and surely in the matter ,
an.t both sides will bo given an abundant
opportunity to explain their dillbrent
claims to merit and superiority.
The Now York plumbing company ts
pulling in a fountain in l''airview ceme
tery for the cemetery association.
Perfect satisfactory accommodation ! !
at t00 it dav lit the Pacific House. Give
it a trial and be convinced.
Pacific house wholly renovated. Cool
rooms ; money saved ; comforts gained.
See that your books are made by More-
house & Co. , Koom I , Everett bloek.
J. J. Stelter , MM Upper Broadway , will
not be undersold , ( ieueral .store.
The famous Haelne and lap streak
boots ot every description for sale by
Forrest Smith , No. lilt ) Main street.
Highest prices paid for-county , lown ,
city and school bonds. Odell Bro.'s &
Co. , No. 103 Pearl street , Council IHufl's ,
The Quick Meal gasoline stove con
tinues to grow in favor , and it is with
dinieulty that wo have boon able to sup
ply the demand tor them so far this sea
son. Try one. Coorr.i : &
See that your books are made by More-
house & Co , , Koom 1 , Kverctt block.
Chicago § 3 without rebate , Des Motncs
$1 , Davenport § 1 , Hook Island $1 , Sig-
ouruey $1 over the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St. Paul road. Ticket ollicc No. !
Mrs. II. Friedman has returned from
a visit of several weeks in Chicago.
Frank Yonawino aim wife have re
turned from a two weeks visit to Spirit
and Okoboji lakes.
Mr * , A. L. Manning , of Dunlap , and
her two sons have fjono to visit relatives
in Washington territory.
I ; . W. Tullcys and family left yesterday
for the east , intending to spend fc-omo
time at Chautauqua.
Miss Page , who has been visiting Mr.
Stacy's family for rtinrt time , has 're
turned to her Chicago home.
L. II. Losscll is the "only and original"
mayor of Panama , tliat t'o'wn having just
incorporated as a city.
Charles Mackenzie' , wllo has been prac
ticing law in Dunlap for some time , has
gene to Dnbnquc , Jntc'iiding to open a
law ollicc there. '
.Mr. and Mrs. F. 'W. ' ' Olmstond have
started for Spirit Lake to camp out thcro
for several weeks. Mr , and Mrs. J. T.
Hart expect to join thorn'.soon. .
Mrs. F. M. Oault. MI-H.I 1) . W. Bushnell ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jackson and Miss
Mollie Rico left last evening for Iho cattle
ranch of Mr. Jackson in Wyoming terri
tory , for a few weeks' ' recreation.
W. L. Bauarhu. of Ilarlan , with his wife ,
came to town Wednesday evening. Yes
terday Mr. Banghn saw his wife safely
on board the Union Pacific train bound
for the Yellowstone park , where .she will
spend the summer.
Spirit. Lake Excursion.
Every Saturday the Sioux City route
will sell excursion tickets Council Hind's
to Spirit Lake and return at rate of $ r > .GQ.
Tickets good going day of sale and re
turn until following Monday p. in. For
tickets and sleeping oar accommodations
cail at ticket olhce , 1411 Farnani st.
It is said a Georgia congressman will
bo left at homo at the next election for
the reason that the garden seeds ho sent
to his constituents proved to be worthless.
St. JL'nul and Minneapolis Excursion.
On Saturday of each week the Sioux
Cily route will sell four day excursion
tickets Council Blud's to St. Paul and return -
turn at rate of 812.05. Tickets good to
return until Tuesday p m. following.
Call at ticket ollicc , Ml 1 Farnani &t , , for
tickets and sleeping car accommodations.
A Colorado eowboy was recently bitten
on the finger by a rattlesnake. Ho began
to drink whisky as fast as possible , and
had swallowed a gallon before it had the-
slightest ofl'eet on him. Then it began to
get in ils work , and the rattlesnake poi
son had no show. But the cowboy c'amo
near dying just the same.
PILES ! PILiISS ! PIM53
A sure cure for Uliiicl. lllcedin ? , Itcliln
and Ulcerated Piles has boeu discovered by
Dr. Wllliruns , ( an Indian rfiiwily ) , called lr
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment A single
box has cured tlio worst chronic case ? ot > or
BO years standla < ; . No ono need miller tivo
minutes after applying tills wonderful sooth
In : medicine. Lotions and Instrunionts do
moro harm than ( rood. Williams' Indian
Pile Ointment absorbs the tumors , allays the
Intense itching , ( particularly at nlcht after
cettiiiK warm in bed ) , acts as a poultice , elves
instant relief , and Is prep.ired only for Plloa ,
I tcli in' , ' of privata jKirfa. and for nothing else.
SKIN UISIOASKS OUKI3D.
Dr. l-'razier's Mnzic Ointment euros as by
maslc , Plmiiiiw , Black Heads or Grubs ,
Blotches and Eruptions on the face , leaving
thosKln clearaud unniitifiil. Also cures Itch.
Salt Kheum , Snro Nipples , Sere Lipj , and
Old Obstinate Ulcers. , , . .
Sold by drueglsts , or mailed on receipt of
detailed by Ktihn A Co. . and Schroder *
Conrad. At wlmhiaalo by U. I * , ( ioodinun
Spoelnl nilvertlsemonts.'BUch us Ix)8t , Fail ml ,
ToI/mn.For B.ile , To Kent , .Wunts , Hoarding.
clo.n-ll | Ijolnforteil In IJiU\olumii lit the low
ratoofTKNCKNTS 1'KH LINK lorilio first inser
tlonmid Five ContBl'orMnofor each tubsoiiium |
insertion. Ixsnvo ndvortlfom 'Mta lit our ollloo
Sn. 12 Foal stroct , null' Ihotuhviiy , Council
Jlluffs. i _
\\rANTKn-To inu-clmse a. Inilf interest in u
1 furniture or ffpniTHl liuufclioltl tm-nUli-
Inif Imslnes' , or Imi-.hvnr0 6t ( > ok. ArtilrCBS , U10
N. 'M St. , Council IllnUVovrif. }
FlTTsALK Olii nnpuritUil Qimntlllos to suit ,
ut lloo ofllco No. 12 roarl struct.
SWAN BROS. ,
Dealers in Milch Cows.
Jit Our Stock lards
No 003 nnd 000 K. Hrondway.Conncil lifTa
MRS. D.'A. BENEDICT
Wigs Made to Order.
8.87 llroudway , Council Ulufls.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
.io ; rt7rt'M.w'j.K.vfc.vrs. / .
\ \VKUS C0.
Agricultural Impleoijals ,
rnrrlnt'cs. I'to , Ttc. roniicil lllufK Iowa.
KKYSTONK MANt'FACTUKlNCJ CO.
Miiko tlio Original mid Complete
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill fl Press ,
COItN SIIKU.KIIS AND I'lIKI ) ( TTI UllS.
Noc. l..OI , 1VVI , IMi mill 1-W Soulli Mnlu Slirot ,
Council IllufTr , ] onn.
DAY if ) HUADI.KY .V CO. ,
.Mtmuf'ra nn I .tobtifir * or
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
. mid nil ldn.19 of Furin
1100 to 1110 South Main Strout , Council IHuiTj ,
K.6. OI.BISON. T. H.lomn.UKO.R ! Wniitur.
li-C9..VTro.-n. VI'rcs &Man. So.AComuol. .
Council Blulfs Handle Pad My ,
Manufnctiircrsor Axle , Pick , Sloilso nmlSmlll
Iliititllnj , of ( ivory < l 9i rlpllon.
COUNCI iTliUTFFs"CAllPliT C(7 ( , ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Clothp , Oin't'iln Fixtures , Upholstery Coo.lj ,
Etc. No. i)5 Ilrrmilway Council lllulTs ,
co , irr.
PKUKOY ( & MOUHK ,
Wholesale Jobbers In tlio
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
NOR. USMaln nml 27 1'onrl Sts. Council IIUiCTs ,
SNYDKIl & LKAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. lll'oarl St , Council niutTs.
HAULK , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggist ! ) ' SlHKlrlcs. Etc. No. 23Multi St. , nii'J
No. " 1 Pearl St. , Council Oluirs.
" /jjy ROODS.
M. K. SMITH & CO. ,
Idioirters aal JM3H ) of Dry
Notions.Ktc. No ? . 112 mul 114 Main St. , Nos. m
and 115 I'cnrl St. , Council lllulft , lown.
0. W. BUTTS ,
Y/holesale / California Fruits a Specialty
General Commission. No. 61 ! Uroa'Jwuy ' ,
WIRT & DOQUF/1TB ,
Fruits , Confectionary & 'Fancy Grocer .
Nos. 10 and 13 Pcgrl Sj , . , Council IllunV.
T & co. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Alee Wholesale Liquor Dcnlers. No. 110 Broad
way , Council lllutTa.
HARNESS , ETC.
HECKMAN & CO. ,
Manufacturers ot and Wholesale Dealer. } In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 825 Main St. . CounoiMlluiTj ,
HATS , C.I PS. BTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos.313 and 3lt Hroadway , Council IllulTa.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hard-flaw ,
And Wood Stock , Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sala of Hides ,
Tallow , Wool , Pelts , Oroaso and Furs Council
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricity Oils Gi
E3TO. , E3TCJ.
S. Theodore , Ajjcnt , Council IllutTs. lown.
, PILlNd , KTC.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southera Lumbar , Piling ,
Anil Bridge JIaterlal Speolaltl < ; 8WUolosftln hum-
bcr of all Kinds , Offloo No. 130 Main St. ,
Council UlulTs. lown.
irtNES AND LJQVUltS.
JOHN LINDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Alfont Cor St. GottliBrci's Herb Hitters. No. II
Main St. Council lu it a.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Xa ens .Vat.t St. , Council Uht/i.
it , Joiii'iialM , County urn !
ISanlt Work of nil Kindt * u Spec
Prompt Attention io Mai ! Orders
MOREHODSE & CO.
Room I , Everett Block ,
Standard Papers Used. All stylus of bind
ing in Magazines and
W. S. HOMER & Co. ,
23 Main St. , Council Bluffs.
ET. SCHTTKZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over Anaor'cnu ' Eipross Comoany.
SAY ! WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES
FIRST CLASS IH EVER ! RESPECT
HIRAM W. DAVIS & 60.
IMal liilicil in 1377.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERED STYLES.
20,000 VEHICLES ANNUALLY.
for KC'H , prices , freight rntcsuml testimoirinln.
. 3P ,
liriuk buildings oCnny kind raised or moved mid satisfaction guaranteed.
Fnuiio buildings moved on Little Cliiinl Iniuks , best in llu world.
608 Eighth Avenue mid Kighth fltreol. Coimil lilullV.
Vai-miiig lands in Iowa , Minnesota , Texas , Kaunas and Arkansas , ranglnff
from $1.05 to $12 per aero. School and state lands in .Minnesota on 110 years
time 5 per cent interest. Land buyers fare free. Information , etc. , given Ity
] ' . P. liiiiiHtnip , Xo. M5 Broadway , Council HI nil's , Iowa.
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
To close the summer stock to the 'ow- '
est possible point.
Are offering bargains now every day.
Good Corsets for ,50c worth 75c
Parasols for 75c and Upwards ,
Embroideries and Patterns , very
Only a few of those Summer
Sills Left ,
Lace Flouncings in Spanish and
GSiintiliy Laces ,
Cheaper than you ever saw them. Fine
assortment for graduation dresses.
Samples sent when requested.
Choice patterns , ffootl quality nml
Special discounts to churches , socle-
ties ami clergymen ,
Hartoess Bros ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
R. RICE , M , D. ,
Or otliorTumoH iwnovwl wltliou
( hoknlloordnnvingot UlooJ.
Chronic Diseases o specially ,
Over tlili IV yours1 prut-Met. ] experience. .
No. II Vcarl St. . Council . Illulls.
I bavo a quantity of MiunJ , well cU-iinoJ eotxl
wLlcli J olfcr at ii'usoiublo Utrurt-s. Kco'l of Iliu
* " Correspondctico bollciKxI. 1' . Q
Thcuiilyhutul in Council lllnlls ImUnjf
And nil mo firm Inipion-inents.
15 , 217 and UIU Main .it.
.MAX MUU.N , Prop.
Star Sale Stables and Mule lards ,
BROADWAY , COUNCIL H LUFFS ,
Oppositu Dummy Depot.
Horse ? nml Mulca kept i-iuntuntly on hand
for paknt rctiill or In car limcts.
Ordurs promiltly lllloil by contract on blunt
notice. .Stock sola on commission.
SIlMJTEIt .t 1101,13V. VronrlutoM.
Foimarly of KIUJ"AMI STAW.ES , corner
filli avo. nml UU nvcct.
JACOB SIMMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in the State and Federal courts
Rooms 7 : ind8. Shugarl Ulock.
Choice IMsplay or S-nte.tt B u
A Select Slock of t'lioiro
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL ULUl'FS , 1A ,
nbl ehoO 18o7
JBX. Main St. , Council UliiflH , Tit. , anil
20'J .S. 15th St. , Koom 10 , Omaha , Neb ,
Manurnctnror'x Afronl for tl > < >
CALIGRAPH TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES
Tents , Awniiu8 , Koolhur Slalo , Man-
Hex , Plate and Window Ulass , Show-
Cases. Kleviitoi'H , ( hand und hy-
Horses and Mules
Foriill purposes , liouulit iitvl soU , t lotall anj
n iote. Uii'tfi. ( | uaillttvs ) to tele I from.
MASON WISE ,
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