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U THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , AUGUST 17 , 1886.
DAILY BEE ,
C/1TKSDAY MOHNINO , AUGUST 17 ,
OITICE , NO. is , PEARI * STBEET.
Dolitticd lij cntmr In mis-pnrtof thovltynt
iv nil ) tints pt-r week.
IIV > TIM ox , . . . Malinger.
nrmrs-sOmcr , No. H.
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New York I'litinbing company.
The circuit com t opens to-day.
Hummer clothing elu-up at Bettor's.
The very bust cabiiu'H at ? ! t dov. nt
( iormm's. )
Tlic a.iln of A. 0. Uaglcy's hordes by
tliu sin-rill brought $ l07.fio. |
Nov. Rhodes , of tlm Baptist church , is
enjoying | l vacation of a month.
Only § 3.50 pur < loz for Hrst-clms cabi
net photo's : U Schmidt's. 820 Main SI.
Cabinet photograps * J1 nor doxon at
Shorrudcn's , U17 llrw'y , for 00 days only.
A huge company of Chinamen passed
east yesterday morning over the Hook
Tho.Iou Kossl'ostof thoO.A. H. lo.ivcs
hero Tuesday morning for the reunion at
tJGt'orgo Young , of Farragut , a nopliow
of Auditor Cliandlcr , is very low with
Thu closing session of this county nor
mal incuts at Hamburg thu Itith , and con
tinues two weeks.
The Council Hind's rowing association
has secured one hundred nuiiios and its
fliieccss is as assured ,
Thu Danobo .society line n happy picnic
gathering In Graham's grove Saturday
ulturnoon and ovuning.
Chris Koch ami Li/.zio I'openhagcn ,
both of St. Louis , wore yesterday mar
ried by Justice Ileiulrick.s.
C. Kelley was booked as being found
dead drunk. Ho got oil' with as light a
line as if ho had walked to the jail.
C. ( I. Mclntach and Kmnm Stevens.
both of this eity , were yesterday married
ut No. 2ir > Lincoln avenuu by Justice
Mr. Harry C. King and Miss Koso II.
Fryer , of Cheyenne , Wyo. , worn united
in marriage yesterday by the Rev. G.V. .
Jake Rogert yesterday elebratcd his
liftiolh birthday. Ho boars the cares of
half a century with apnarcnt case and it
does not huum possible fiom his youthful
ways and looks that tie is a centenarian
on the half-shell.
II. S. Rollins , of AlcWhortor , Rollins &
Co. , Omaha , who is in the city taking
charge of the linn's business during the
absence of his partner , \V. \ 11 , Wakcfield ,
is to bring his boat over on hake
A wild report was alloat yesterday
that papers were being madu out in Jus
tice Hundrieks' ollicu for proceedings
against several of the saloons under the
Clark law. It proved to bo a report
without any foundation in fact.
At a meeting of thu pastors in connec
tion with the executive committee yester
day morning a vote of thanks was ex
tended thu press of this city for so Kindly
noticing the recent meetings heht in the
pavilion under the direction of Evangel
Rev. U. ACrofts , pastor of the Con
gregational church , has written a short
poem on the death of Rev. George C.
Haddock , which was published in Satur
day's Inter Ocean , Professor Kuggles
had written music for it , anil it will bo
filing in connection with the exercises in
the pavilion this evening.
On Sunday theiu was a noisy time at a
boarding-house near Ilapp's place , and
the police went down to miiet the house
hold. They brought up the drunkest of
the party , Hans Jensen , and will prob
ably proceed against the seller of the. dis
turbing element .if they can ascertain
who it Is.
A colored woman arrived yesterday
morning over the Union Pacilie , having
in charge a very sick child. The little
one seemed to be in a dying condition
when they reached the depot liero , and it
was evident that it could not live long.
This necessited the poor woman stopping
hero , but she had not antlicicnt means
with her to pay for additional expenses ,
and her friends were informed by tele
Chief Matthews has sold his horse to
Voting Shoemaker. He fouud it rather
nil expensive part of the service to keep
lip , especially as the city allows nothing
vxtra lor it. The horse has been of much
use to the police force for city purposes ,
nnd often enabled an ollleef to get to a
needed point In short order. It seems
that it would pay the city to have its po
lice force furnished with a light vehicle
nnd speedy horse , for often it would save
much time and bo , in tact , of more use
often than an extra man.
The committee , in figuring for bread
for the reunion at Crestpn this year.
wholly ignored Council Hind's ami placed
their orders in Omaha , without even get
ting prices hero , hast year , when caught
in an emergency , they gladly availed
themselves ot the chancoto got oOO loaves
of bread hero on short order , and at the
time apparent y appreciated it as an ac
commodation. Like most favors , it was
speedily forgotten , and this year Council
MhiH's , although in its own state , did not
get even a chance to figure on the con
Complaints have been filed charging
two of the saloons with keeping open
Saturday night after closing time , and
one with having kept open on Sunday.
Many of the saloons claim that they can
not keep their doors closed because they
have lunch counters , which are patron
ized by regular boarders , In homo cases ,
nt least , thu lunch counter is a meru
( lodge to keep open. If the bars are
really to bo kept closed Sundays they
should bo provided with a partition or
Bomo sure enclosure , The bar at the
transfer is In thu same room as the bar
ber shop and washroom , and yet oven
under such circumstances the bar is
completely closed on Sundays. A com-
jiloto screen is letdown shutting the bar
ofl by itself securely BO that tl.o thirstiest
eoul cannot got even enough to moisten
the HP. If it can be done tliero it can be
done in other places ,
- > Personal
Mrs. A T. Klwell and Mrs C. E. Fried-
mnnn loft yesterday morning for the cast.
Louis Pruo and son , Charles , of
Nebraska City , were in the city yester
A , J. Hell goes to Maynard , Iowa , to
take charge of camp mooting begin-
Ing there to-day ,
.District Attorney A. H. Thornell was
bore yesterday on route for Audnbon to
attend court there.
Mr. O'Meara , the traveling freight
agent of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St.
1'aul , was in the city yesterday ,
Miss Florence Thompson , who has
boon visiting her brother , ( Jeorgo W.
Thompson , has returned to her homo in
Frank Hunt , of the Merchant's hotel ,
Sioux City , is paying a visit to tlio city ,
accompanied by his wife , and making
bis headquarters at the Pacific.
Yesterday morning Miss Ida King and
Miss Annie Clinco , of this city , loft for
Dubuque , in company with two of the
Sisters , intending to enter the convent
tuoro. The young ladles have many
friends hero , and have been thoroughly
educated nnd cultured. They now in
tend to devote their lives and talents to
the order into which they will soon bo
SHOT HIMSELF BY ACCIDENT ,
Constable Halderman Killed While About
to Make a Saloon Raid.
A CLUB FOR BUSINESS MEN.
The Sown Krom Court The Haddock
Indignation Mcetfns To-N'iclit
Politics Wanning at Sidney
An I2\ctiiro | ) Horse Trade.
Hepburn vs. Anderson.
The convention held at Sidnev poems
to have boon a stormy one. Chaiimun
Katon called the convention to order ,
and stated the object to be to elect nine
delegates to the state convention and
Miluot a county chairman. J. II. Reynolds
was chu en temporary chairman , and G.
\V. \ ( iiinnNon temporary tccietary. The
latter was of the Sidney delegation , and
President Brooks , of Tabor college , raised
the question whether a member of a con
testing delegation could serve in that ca
pacity. His point was oxerrtilcd. AIIMIII
Rood , of Randolph , who is also an anti-
Andeison man , moved that a committee
ot one from each township bo chosen as
committee on credentials. A Monroe
township man moved for thu appoint
ment of three. I. R. Kidd , NicK Lambert
and Sturgis Williams. Hero the music
began , there being two contesting dele
gations in the room. The committee of
l.iree was finally selected ,
Mr. Rood then moved the following
ResoHed , That this convention will
not reeogni/.e any delegates appointed by
n caucus which has publicly endorsed
the nominees of the democratic ; parly in
the Eighth district.
This motion was overruled and the
resolution laid on the table.
The committee on credentials reported
and then President Brooks moved to
rule out the Mo iroo township delegation
"because in their caucus they had en
dorsed a democratic noniineo for con-
gross. ' * This was the dividing vote ot'
thu convention , the motion being lost by
'J7 to CO.
Mere Webster was elected permanent
chairman and Mr. Gunnison secretary.
Mr. Rood moved that thu convention en
dorse the regular nominee for congress ,
W. P. Hepburn. This was lost by the
same vote U7 to CO.
At this point .ludgo Dalby , of Ham
burg , throwing his coat over his arm ,
stated that ho had come to attend a re
publican convention , and not being a del
egate to a democratic convention , he
would excuse himself from further jiar-
ticipation. Starting out , other delegates
followed with considerable enthusiasm.
They adjourned to a neighboring school
house and there held a convention and
selected their delegates. They adopted
rousing resolutions endorsing Hepburn.
The regular convention proecedc'l with
its work , selected its delegates , elected
Mcro Webster as ihahman of the county
committee , passed resolutions instruct
ing for Brown for auditor and Baker for
attorney general , also resolutions con
demning Hepburn as a monopolist and
not in sympathy with the common people
ple , and endorsing Anderson as the op
See that your books are made by More-
house & Co. , Room 1 , Everett block.
Always buy your meats , at Star market ,
No. 301 Broadway , and get the best.
There was some excitement caused
yesterday morning by the exaggerated
report that another man had been shot
by the saloonists. All this arose from
the fact that F. W. Halderman , of Avoca ,
accidentally shot himself while preparing
to make a raid upon the saloons of Min-
den. Mr. Halderman is well known in
this part of Iowa , and has lived in Avoca
for fifteen years past. Ho has been en
gaged in the nursery business , and in ad
dition to his private business has been
filling the public one of constable. He
started with others Sunday night to gqjo
Minden to servo some papers and seize
some liquors supposed to bo there. About
three miles from Minden he stopped at
thu house of F. W. Kcnnoy for breakfast ,
and after rising from the table ho went
out to the barn. In changing a Reming
ton rifle from his buggy to another the
accident occurred. There was another
rifle in the buggy , and in handling the
one in hand the other was in some way
fired , the ball entering his right groin
and passing downward anil out. Surgi
cal aid was immediately sent for amla
messenger sent for his wife. From the
character of the wound , the great loss of
blood and the lack of immediate surgical
attendance death speedily followed. Dr.
Maorea was on the incoming Rock Island
train , and a message reaching him , lie
stopped oiratMindon and hurried to the
piaco , but when ho arrived the man was
Of the party with Halderman only two
wore from Avoca. The others , twenty-
seven in numberwere from Valley town
ship. His friend was standing beside
him when ho was. arranging the rifles in
the buggy , and suddenly Haldorman fell.
His friend asked "who fired that shot ? "
to which Halderman replied "my own
gun , and I am dead. " His last words
were " 1 have nothing to regret , I die in
the performance of my duty , " Ills wife
arrived about 8 o'clock , but he was al
ready insensible. The body was taken
to Avoca yesterday afternoon , and will
bo taken to West Liberty , In. , for inter
ment. Mr. Haldcrmiin came into con
siderable prominence in the capture of
the 1'olk county murderers some time
ago. He was in charge of the company
which had Mich a slrngglo with the des
peradoes , and the pluck shown by him
on that occasion caused his name to bo-
count familiar all over the state. He has
many friends to whom the news of the
sad accident will cause sorrow , and the
tenderest sympathies will bo felt for the
Fruits , confectionery and cigars , best
in the market always in stooK. Frank
Withoroll. SM ! : Hroadway.
Smoke the Manawa cigar , made by
Frank Levin , am Hroadway.
A UiiHliicss Men's Club' / .
A move is on foot for the organi/.ation
of a business men's social club. It is pro
posed to have the club organized dili'er-
eutly from the board of trade , and other
organizations before started hero. This
now organization will bo more in the na
ture ot those so successfully operated in
eastern cities. The purpose is to secure
suitalilo rooms , conveniently located and
attractively furnished , and have these
open for members and their friends from
elsewhere every afternoon nnd evening ,
Those of like character in the cast have
proved very successful. They have gen
erally a parlor , nicely furnished , a read
ing room , and general lounging and
smoking room , where games of various
kinds can bo played , and sonic udd a bil
liard room. No drinking or gambling is
allowed , and those playing billiards pay
some nominal sum , enough to maintain
the table. In eomo places the receipts
from the table , the cigar stand , and tome
other small sources , are enough to pay
the running expenses , without making
any assessments on the members beyond
thu initiation too. The rooms being open
every day and evening , business mcu
who want to sec teach other after business
hours , make it a Hireling plneo. Any
member having a frlcnft visiting the
place , and desirous of meeting business
men , can llnd more of them tuoro in n
shorter space of time In tlm evening than
nny where cl c. The business men are
thrown together in a social ami informal
way , and it is easier to get moves started
for the general good of the town , than by
trying to call si formal meeting once u
The move here also contemplates the
pioviditig amu omcnt for the members
and their friends outside of the club
rooms. It ! < proposed to get two barges
for the use of members and their friends
on the lake , and lo provide other means
of outdoor na well as indoor amusement.
It is behoved thattho businessmen of tlio
city will b ( > got together more frequently
by these social means than by the more
formal ones , and when thcro is any move
on foot for tjie bettciing of the city or
for slatting any new enterprise the feel
ings mid purposes of the business men
can be more' readily reached than in any
other form of organiy.it'on. '
As a pluasinl place toentcitain visitors
to the city and business men from other
places , it'will also meet a want long lo.lt.
The subscription papers are now being
circulated for the ecuriiiir of members ,
aml'whcn a sulliciont millibar have sub
scribed a meeting will bo called for the
purpose of perfecting the organization
and deciding upon details.
13 Cabinet Photographs ? 3. Quality
the tiucst. Shcrraden , 01 ? Hroadway.
Electric door bells , burglar alarms , and
every form of domestic electrical appli
ances ut Uio Now York Plumbing Co.
Kirkland , the jeweler , has removed to
323 Broadway , Smgor ollico.
Now lie Wont Traito Horses.
Tliero arc usually one or more gancs
of horse-traders hovering about tlio city
waiting for suckers , and they are quite
successful In catching them. Yesterday
a farmer living about two miles north of
Glenwood was the victim. Ho came herewith
with a pretty fair team and a wagon ,
and while basking in thcshiuloon Fourth
street was approached by ono of the
traders , who offered him a big chance to
swap one of the team for a largo grey
horse , n line looking animal. The gray
caught the farmer's < iyo , and ho remem
bered that one of his liorscs was not only
small but inclined to balkiness. Ho
always balked at the wrong time , too ,
and ho did not care to liavo the horse-
trader try him , lest this should bo ono of
the times , and surely a wrong ono. Ho
looked over the gray horse , and asked
the trader if he would warrant him. The
trader shrewdly swore that the gray was
1'reo from all "incunibranee , " and the
farmer taking this to moan that ho was
sound in all respects , hastened to swap
oven. The exchange was made , and thu
farmer started to drive the newly matched
team down the street to try the gray.
The gray proved to bo badly wind-broken ,
and before ho had driven him a block the
Cray could bo hoard pumping air a half-
hiilo away. The horse was not worth
anything. By the time he had discovered
how badly ho had been sold and was roar-
ins about being swindled , another man
camc-iilouc and oft'ercd to trade him a
bay mare for the gray. Only too glad to
get rid of the gray ho paid ? 7 boot for the
bay marc , and hitched her up. She had
not gone a. hundred yards before she
began spurting blood from her
nose and almost tumbled down. Sev
eral rushed up to the farmer , and ho was
told that if he didn't look out ho would
have a dead horse on his hands. It
would cost him more to bury it than the
horse was woitli. It was going to die
sure. Kattled and frightened no quicRly
accoplcd an oiler made him , and sold the
mare for $5. The bu3'crgottho horse up ,
and walked her oil' , and then it began to
dawn on the farmer's mind that ho Had
been cooly robbed out of a horse and $3
in money. Ho had but ono horse left out
of his team and had § 2 less in his pocket
book , and had nothing to take homo to
show his wife in the place of it. It did
not take him long to learn that the fel
lows belonged to the same gang , and
that they had shrewdly got his horse and
part of his money away from him , with
out giving him anything in return. The
trades him been made within the limits
of the law , however , and ho could do
nothing but tie up the tongue of the
wagon , Jic m > his own tongue , and walk
homo with oho solitary liorsq hitched to
n double wagon. The next time that ho
thinks of getting rid of a balky horse , ho
will not try to do so by trading with
strangers so much sharper than himself.
TAUGHT FIIEE In about an hour , beau
tiful photo painting , to introduce our col
ors. No Knowledge of painting required.
Received Hrst premium ut St. Louib fair.
Ono hundred dollars earned monthly.
Miss Christie , 14 Main street.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
cstato loans. J.V. . & E. L. Squires , No.
101 Pearl street , Council Binds.
Urst-clnss tin work , roofing , etc , , a
spolialty at Cooper & McGco's.
Criuuhs from Court.
The district court at Harlan has been
so occupied with civil cases that no
criminal cases have been tried. Thcro
are twelve in jail , awaiting a trial there ,
and live more who are to bo brought in
on indictments found by the grand jury.
As the court was lo open in Audubon
yesterday , and there was a civil case not
finished , the criminal calendar will have
to go over. Court will open at Audubou
The case of Winkelman vs. Green
county has bcon on trial at Harlan , At
torney McDuflby appears for the plain-
till' and Attorney Hussell for the defend
ant. This is a case bimilur to the ono of
Cooper vs. Mills county , in which such
heavy damages wore given against the
county on account of a bridge giving
away , causing injury to the plaintiir.
The suit is for $15,000 , The case was
being argued yesterday , and will doubt
less reach a decision to-day ,
Another important case which has
taken up considerable time was that of
Hcobun vs. Ilino. This was a cuso of
slander , the plaintilV being a domestic
employed on an adjacent farm to that of
the defendant. Hine was the one killed
by Mendenhall , by being hit over ttio
head with a chair some time ago , This
suit is ac.'tinst the cstato. The jury gave
the slandered girl only $1 , although Hlio
sued for $ ' . ' 0,000 , Her attorneys will take
Perfectly satislactory accommodations
at $2.03 a day at the Puclllo house. Give
it a trial and bo convinced ,
Pacilio liotiso recently renovated. Cool
rooms ; money saved ; comforts gained ,
The Haddock Memorial Meeting.
All citizens who desire by their pres
ence and otherwise to express their con
demnation of the foul assassination of
the Uov. Georga C , Haddock nro re
quested to meet at the pavilion this even
ing. A good programniu of speaking
and singing has been nvovidod. All are
invited , irrespective & their party or
creed , liy order of the committee.
All the comforts of high-priced hotels
at thu Pacilio house , and a fcavin ? of 50c
to $1 a day. Try it.
At the Dnnkrupt Stnro To-Day.
Twenty pieces of crinkled seersucker.
in all shades , 33 inches wide and of the
bust quality , at Oc per yard. J , Gelding ,
No. 18 Main Bt.
The City Council.
At tlio city council nicvting last night
the city attorney rq'portcd ' that the corn-
nion carriers' < ml ! nn e wa' ' illegal , so
far ns U compelled men working by the
dny , hanllmj coal , ptc. , to take out n li
cense. Ho was instructed to remodel the
ordinance. He nUo reported Hint the
council had power to appoint a city scav
enger nml compel people to remove gar
bage. Concurred In.
lie reported that the city could not lo
cally donate a lot to n , hospital associa
tion , but such lot must remain under
D. C. Bloomer , In buh lf of his client ,
D. C. Howe , stated that he had a judg
ment against the city lor $10UOO , and
asked that a levy he made. Ho also re
quested that the library levy bo increased
from one-half to three-fontths of u mill.
No action taken.
K. E. Aylc.sworth also asked that a levy
bo made to pay his judgment of 81,000
against the city. i
The council rejected the claim of .1. C.
Heagan for $1,800 claimed for interest
and other Hums on his old paving con
The city marshal was instructed to
strictly enforce all health ordinances.
Adjourned until 1 o'clock this after
SIDNKV , In. , August 10. Hobt. Simons ,
of the Union , narrowly escaped an old-
fashioned thumping at the hands of ono
Stiigcon , an unoll'ending pensioner ,
whoso name had found a conspicuous
place In Mr Simons' last issue In an un
called-for manner , as he regardrd. The
marshal interposed ami prevented serious
Some interest is being manifested in
the rumored prospect of the continuation
of the Hlimiston & Shanandoah railroad
from Slienamloah , through Sidney to
A refreshing rain freshened our parched
districts Monday night.
The new post olllco is ono of the neat
est in this part of the state.
During tlio past week the county board
negotiated a sale of $10,000 of bonds at
H pur cunt , . 0,000 payable at option
after live years , and $20,000 at any time
the county sees lit.
There was a disgraceful saloon row
last night at the "Do Drop In1 on Broad
way. Billy Spccr , a plasterer , was the
victim , and he was badly used up. His
nose was broken , and ho was bruised and
pounded so that ho had to be taken homo
in a cirriago. Dr. Bellinger cared for
his wounds , which are of a severe but
not dangerous nature. The proprietor of
tlio saloon , McNulty , and Ins bartender
One of the district telegraph boys
named Rogon , was last night sot upon
by three dogs , while responding to a
call on Pierce street. Ho was quite badly
Highest prices paid for county , town ,
city and school bonds. Odoll Bros. As
Co. , No. 103 Pearl street , ' Council Bluffs ,
NO , 401 BROADWAY ,
coxr am. BEj-erap-FS. io.
Arc opening1 new anil beautiful designs
Body Brussels ,
Ta/pestry Brussels ,
3-JPly Ingrains ,
2 P ly Ingrains ,
Mag Carpets , Etc.
For offices , hotels , lodffc rooms , Cull
for prices at Hiirkness Bros , ' , 401
Are now arriving1 and in stock. Tri
cots , Flannels , Oaslimores , etc. Ex
cellent for traveling and tall service.
Blnck Silks and in the new colors.
Qmility the best and prices the lowest
for good goods. Ladies wishing relia
ble goods will cull on Hiirknoss Bi-os. ' ,
No.101 Broadway , Council Blull's.
A few more of those Lisle Thread
Hose left nt 2oc. , In black and in colors ,
at llarkncss Bros. , No. < 1.0l Broadway.
In many now patterns and a
stock to select from. D.w Mate ,
Curtains , Curtain Pole * , etc. , nt IlarK-
ness Brothers , No. 401 Broadway ,
W. S. HoMp4 & COM
23 Main St. , Ctjunojl binds ,
- - 5 - - -
Star Sale Stables andMiile ; Yards ,
BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
pi , g.
Horses iuU Mules Koi't ' constantly on liund
for 8alo at retail or in car loads.
Ordurg proindlly tilled uy contract on short
Botlco , Hiock sold on coiunilsslon.
BHLUTBlt & 1101.KV. 1'roprlctors.
Telopltono No , 114. B to
l\tmetly of KIK1SALU BTAIH.EB , corner
nvc. and Itlisltcct.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
rracticus in tlio State and Federal courts
liooius 7 mill S Sliugurt Block.
BOSTON TEA COMPANY ,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers ,
No. 16 Main and ! 5 Pear ! Street , Council Biuffs.
7IM A172W 100,000 MOltll VCSrOMliltS.
Brick building ? of any kind raised or moved and satis f net ion guaranteed.
Frame buildings moved on Little Giant trucks , best in the world.
608 Eighth Avenue and Eighth StreotComiil Blnflfc.
Price paid in cash for all kinds of second hand
STOVES , Furniture , etc.
M. DROHLIOH , 608 Broadway.
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
Farminer lands in Town , Minnesota , Texas , Kansas and Arkansas , r
from $1.25 to $12 per acre. School and state lands in Minnesota on 1(0 ( yours
time 5 per cent interest. Land Imycrs fare free. Information , etc. , given by
P. P. Lanstrup , No. 555 Broadway , Council UIuiFs , Iowa.
FOUR DAYS' ' RACING.
Trotting , Pacing ami Running
Tuesday , Aug. 31st ,
Wednesday , Sept , 1st ,
Thursday , Sept , 2(1 ( ,
and Friday , Sept 3rd ,
Including special attractions bv Prof.
A. E. Walker's world famous ; Kacini ;
Dogs daily and Balloon Ascensions by
Prof.A. S. Parker daily , in front of the
Other attractions in the way of sliced
consisting of celebrated horses from
Kentucky. Ohio. Illinois , Indiana and
Hccjucod rates on nil railroads. Coinn
everybody and have a good time.
For particulars , address
PRAWK STUBBS ,
In the city can bo obtained by patroiil/.lnir tlio
GJSO , W. SCJ11NDELK , J'rop ,
NonobntoYporlcnccO Imnds omployml. Out
of town orilois by nuill or express solicited , uuJ
nil work wM-iantoil.
you want to jlnd
that smolics , tt < i to
CIGAR STORE ,
JVo. ttli ) Jiroadtra/ ; , Council Jtln/fa.
And you'll find Inm Indulging In ono of ilioao
One olgnrs on which they huvo hullt up tholr
ropututlon. JIuko all your appolntincnls for
tbulr Btoio as oiurybody visits thorn nnd thuy
know oyorylJoJy. Tlio crowds como nnd RO
Tlu thlBKri'nt llioionirlifnro. An olcirnnt line of
Cluure , 1'Jpod nnd Tohnccos ulnuyb In slock.
F. W. SPETiAN & BRO.
Has. 509 & 511 Main SI.
New Dry Goods.
Dress Goods , Etc. , Just In.
Boots Shoes Etc
Clothing , , , ,
Jtest of Goods. Lowest Jrices ,
GROCERIES , FARM PRO DUCE.Etc
N. SCHURZ ,
Justice of the Peace
Ottlco over American Express CJiopauy ,
City Steam" Laundry !
KHMER C SJSAItlGlIT ,
No. 31 N. Main Street , Council 151tiflk
J' inctit work < tnd lowest jn'lcen/'ot *
flue work. All collars and cuffs re
turned in collar and c.nff boxes
without extra charge , which yiiar-
antccs work in same condition as it
leaves us. Out of town orders re
ceive santelattcntion and at ttainc
rates ( ts citij work.
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
R. 3E&XCE , M. D. ,
- Or otlier Tuinord reino\od wltliou
Chronic Diseases or u iJimu n specialty.
Over Ililrtv VO.IM' piactlcul oxporit'iico.
No. II PetiilSe. . Council IJlutts.
Ill N. Main St. , Council Bluff * , In. , mill
200 S. 15th St. , Room 10 , Omnha , Neb.
Mamifiit'turcr'H .Airent for tlio
CALIGRAPH TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES
Tents , Awnings , Hoofing1 Hlntc , Man
tels , Pinto nnd Window ( MasH , Show-
Cusi's . Elevators hand nnd
v/uni n. jjiu i ( hy-
draulic , ) ore.
MONEY TO LOAN-At lowest
rates , Heal estate handled , In
surance mitten and all kinds of
bonds bought by F , J , Day No ,
39 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs ,
Established 1881 ,
H , Journals , C'oiuify and
IlniiU Work ofnll KiinU aKptic-
Prompt Attention to Mall Orders
IOREHOUSE & CO.
Hooiu 1 Evcrct Block , Council BlufTa ,
Standard Papers Used , All styles of bind
ing in Magazines and
BLANK BOOKS ,
O. II. National Uaik , M. K Smith & Co. ,
Clllzfiifc' lluiil. . Dtsuro. Wclli.V Co. ,
> lrei Nutioiiitl Il.ink , ( I II. Inpiinuico ( ki. (
Officer & l'uscyllnukorsC , 11.
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING ,
AH lH n.TTIUl , IMI't.KMKATA
Agricultural Implemeats ,
r * . l.to , 1 lo. 1'otmoil lll.ifK . IOVPII. _
KEYSTON'H MAXtTKATrUIN ( ; CO.
MiiKo the Urlpmnl mni Complete
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Hill & Press ,
COIIN siir.M.Kiis AND i'iRn : rrrnH < ! .
Sot. irui , ivti. i.wiuiii ire ; 'oniii Main street ,
_ Council IliitiP , Inun.
fuMD nuvni.KY & co. , "
Mmuif'i- I , lobli ( iof
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Baggies ,
CnrrinprJ. nnd nil VlnU of Kami Mi'ohlnorr.
11W lo 1118 Soaili Mnln Street , Council llUirf * .
r.O. Gl.rAsnv , T. lt.lnrm.Gito.r. ) . Wiuiiur.
1'ies.A.Tri-iu. V.-l'res , VM in. Po , A Counsel.
Council Bluffs Handle Fact/ ) ; ,
Manufacturer * of Axle , 1'lck , Slnduo und 3tmll
11 " < . ofi'uiry.
COUNCIL HLUFFS CAUPKT CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Clollis. Ourtnln I'lituros , UplmlMory ( SooJs ,
Ktc. No. 4U3 llroiutwiiy Council llluCfs ,
) . irr.
1'KKKC.OY & MOOUK ,
Wholesale Jobbing In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Noe. M.Mnlii nuU L7 1'onrl Sis. Council
CO.'Mf/SS/OX / /
SNYDKIl & LKAMAN ,
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. lU'oiirl St. Council MlulTs.
11AKLK , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Oils Paints Glass
Druggists , , , ,
Druggists' Fmidrlrs , Kto. No. "I Mnln St , mill
No. L'l 1'cnrl St. , Council lllulN
o. w. mrrrs ,
Wholesale California Fruits a Specialty
General Commission. No. ul3 llramlwny.
WlltT & DUQUKTTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. 10 nnrt 18 Vend St. , Council llluir * .
L. KIUSC11T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wliole nlo I.lipior Donlnrs. No. 110 I Ire ml-
way , Council IllulTs.
1IAIIXESS , KTC.
UECKMAN & CO. ,
Manii'ncturcrs of and Wholesale Donlora In
Leather , Harness , Saddlsry , Etc. V
No. t > > Mnln St. . Council llluira , lown.
HATS. CAPS. irrc.
MKTCALF 15HOTIIERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nop.au ami nit nrondwiiy. Council lllulN.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
Anil Wood SockJ ( ouiicll Ulillfs , loiya.
HIDES AX1) WOOL ,
I ) . H. McDANELl ) & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
TullcwWool , I'ults , nrensonntl VUH Council
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils
ETC. , ETO.
F.Thcodore , Aiiont. Council Illuira. Town.
A. OVEIITON A : CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Filing
* ml llrlJffo rinterlul SpecliilfIn-i.WlioloMilo Lumber -
bor ot all Kinds. Ullico No. iU : Muln St. ,
Council lllulla. loivii.
AK1 > blQUUHS.
JOHN LINDEH ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Agent lorSt. flollliani'B Hcili HlltcrJ. No. 1J
Main St. Council IMnfla.
SCHNKIDEK & BEC1C ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Ku LiX ) Main fc't. . C'ouncU Itlufft.
The Steamsr OLLIE MAY
Nmvly Illlod up , unit uiulcr tlio rlinrtfu < > r n
nd pilot , Is now iniiulng pious-
uro trips on
Wo will ( 'lvc clmrlcr.s to piullvi , lor onu hour
or liny IciDflli ol llnio duslioil.
Hums or olnulcr Rlwn mid union Hilton nt
olliceo.U'J ) .Muins t. , bctvrcuii Imilis 10 to 12 n.
m. 1 > . I'AI-II & LO.
Fprrlnl iidvcrtlbUiiuMile , fcuuh I 6 LcM , I'onn
To 1.01111 , Tor Sale , To llont , VtnntB , lloiuillnir ,
etti , will luilneortnd In tliM column ut tliu low
rnUiofTI'.NCIiNTS 1'Klt LINK lorilio llrtt Inner
t Ion nml rivoCoiitsl'orl.lnulori'iicli bubiutjiioni
liibuitlon l.cuvo nil i urll&aiiiuiitK nt our ollluo
No. 1" I'oul ' tlroi't , nu. llrou'ln.ty , Council
FOIC h.lMC A t.irco-jpir dlil lniri ( :
well nnilur Eiuldloj ut thu 'I'lantler Hock
jnnls , l.'oiinell IllnllB.
\VANTHI > A ( list-classliiOIK ! linker , iiiullh
i A ; lMfku \ , No , f.l f Main 81 ,
" \\rANTKH-A tltimllon IIB liniiBiikoopor In
uoodliunlly orovorfeor lit liuiel , J , II. S ,
No Ml Uppoi Ilionduiiy.
AvITjIi-A Hliuiitlon In foino ilroloi'a
nlllro liy n Ir.dy wlio li n iniiynollo huiilcr ,
J. II. S.No. 62.1 UpiKTlliouiItviiy.
\ \ rANTIl-Sltiialon | for ,
i \ boy. J , II. S. , No.fiil 1'ppor llioitihvuy.
W ANTKD An luaUtiint couk ut tlio O
F ) H8AU : . In > | iiiiniuioato
ut llfo olllco No.i \ Pearl strout
f ri * . 1UUKII U ) . 00JJU * f Al/J. 24.
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