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THE OMAHA DAILY JlIflE : IWIDAY" . OCTOBER 1 , 1880.
- JU11S DAILY BEK.
J-H1DAY MOKNINC On'OCKS. 1.
[ OKFJCE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
flUcicd liy miner In mijpnrl of tlic city nt
inc nt ) ' iriits jitr vrc-k.
jMV.TiiTOtf , - - .Malinger. .
SiN f Oi-rirr. , N'o. .
niiiT Kim < nt No1. .
New York Plumb ! .if ? Co.
Mow fall jroods : it Keller's. '
Cooper \ - McIiiM- soil slovos.
Vliuiip ntilroiid tickets at
"l.ynwooir to-night l > y Mawlo
Tli" VITJ lu"it cabinets all : n do/on at
lion Joseph Lyinan addresses the poole -
le of Diimap to-morrow.
Om > I'D/.CII ' cabinets and a largo panel
jr $ 'J 50 at Schmidt's gallery.
Dan Carrigg , of this city , lius completed
liiind i > inc brick block in Atlantic.
IS Cabinet Photographs W. Quality
ID llni'St Sherradon , 17 Hroadway.
Prriiiit to wed has been granted
latihuw Mullen , of Chicago , and Cora
luiiiph , of tills city.
Judge Low yesterday received news
Kit iiishon was .seriouily ill , ii'jLc-ssHut-
tg his return home last evening.
The ladies : ir especially invited to at-
ii'j HIP republican meeting hero Satur-
iv mglit and hear Sentlor Allison.
'The city council meets .Monday night ,
hose who havi' claims against the city
| tumid lilo tin-in with the auditor this
In the federal courtyesterday ; the jury
t the case ot Aultiiian < fe Taylor against
ety.fr returned a verdict in favor of the
The young and talented actress , Miss
luiule Howe , and her company play the
ointii.ual . Urania , "Lymvood , " tli's ' even-
Stf at tin1 opera nonse.
The canning works at Atlantic put iii |
10,000 cans ot corn this cciiKou , and the
ins are now being labelled , boxed anil
lipped til the rate of three car loads a
I inted Stales .Senator William 15. Alii-
) ii will address tilt1 people of Council
, lull's from a republican standpoint at the
J'emplit , on Saturday evening
Henry Kiseman & Co. have done away
| ith thu package delivery by their own
ys , anil her'-after will deliver all the
ukagi-b by the American District Tele-
The t nitcd .Slates grand jury yesterday
turiH'd two batclies of indictments ,
est of them being unseiisatioiial charges
violations of the rcveiiuo laws , The
and jury having completed its labor ,
is discharged yesterday afternoon.
Tlio Hrownold case was called ui ) bee -
o Judge Aylesworth yesterday morn-
; hut was continued for a week , the
il being given for $ T > 00. Tlie case of
'm ' Allen , cluirgeil with resisting an
lieer , was also eoutiiuied.
The Latter Day Saints are to hold a rn-
J ion at Garner's grove , near Alondn-
l-ii , commencing to-nioi row. and prob-
I 'y continuing over two .Sundays. A
ge tent with n seating capacity of
00 has been provided , President
'oph Smith is expected to be present ,
ilway rates liuvo been llxed at one and
i-lhird rates for the ropnd trip.
I , ust evening there WIIH a reception
en by Hev. lr. and Mrs. McCreary at
new parsonage. This pastoral home
in excellent one , and is one of the
oinpensing features of the itinerancy
Itern. , The Methodists hero now have
ionic for their pastor of which they
y well feel proud , and the present
> lor and family are certainly worthy
"lie citv jail is being put in condition
L'cuivo the free lodgers who begin
'jpiug in as soon as thu nights begin to
frosty. The stoves are now sot up ,
ken lights of glass restored , and the
co being iiiado very inviting and com-
tablo. The ollicers are expected to
w the impecunious visitors every at-
1011 to be looked for in a lirst class
ascl Fox , one of the prosperous far-
y of the county , well known in this
nily , was yuhtorday married to Mrs.
j lira P. Davis , also a resident of this
I nty. Justice Suhur/ performed the
S miony. Mr. Fox has for many years
u a justice of the pence , and has tied
ly couples himself. Now it is his
i to bo tied and to receive con-
ribt night Miss Maude Howe appeared
in at the opera house , this time in
uly Audloy's Secret. " probably the
oiigcst play , if not the most pleasing ,
( all m her ropurtoiro. She appeared to
( CL-lk-nt advantage showing some points
j strength , which had not been brought
it in her previous appearances. To-
/ght / she appears again , and as on each
j'ceiiding night , so to-night there will
yuhtle.ss bo an increase in thu size of the
Ls'Mclunond ranges tor hard coal atm
> per it MoUeu's.
ust received , Ladies' line shoes , best
m . Prices low. Ueo. Hlaxini , 807
'irst class regular dinner 25 ce.nK12 to 3
lock. 1 liu'iiix chop house , 605 H'way.
lilats regardless of cost. Closing out
4t stock of F. K. Stnbbs , comprising
> ) x's , Stetson's and other Iinil brands.
/E. / H. WILLIAMS , No. 500 Hroadway.
lEvcrnnl and Eiilalia. " by Ed.Vright ,
Isyle by Hiishnull & Cookwell.
, ( lighest jiriccs paid for county , town
I iY nnd school bonds. ( Jdell Hros. it
1 y , No , 103 Pearl street , Council Bluffs ,
l-fitordny afternoon Bill JoiVris whilu
g a jJny at a fust gait along Broad-
run against a little girl named
J'ir. knocking the child down and In-
fig her apparently quite badly. She
jftnken into Cook & Landerwnssnr's
Jo , and the blood being washed from
face , It was found tlmt hot injuries
I/KM / really slight , and she was able to
nlk homo. A warrant was issued for
] girls' arrest on tlio charge of fast driv-
I' ; , and later In the afternoon Olllcor
< < ; htniiin found him and locked htm.np ,
Lsaid ( that ho could not mnnntio the
| > , and Ids foot catching In the allrnp ,
| vs bonding down to disengage it ,
. \rtho pony got a fresh start on thu
J and soon after struck the little girl ,
nil have a chance , to explain morn
to Judge Ayk-s worth.
li-esh oysters In every style at the
urtlx Chop House , No. 505 Broadway.
. .ills regardless of cost , Closing out
> stock of F. K. Stnbbs , comprising
'ox's. ' Stotson'd and other line brands.
. B. WILLIAMS , No. SOU Broadway.
r and foftcoiU. wood , liino , cement ,
j Cornell UhiJrs Fuel Co. , Ko. Sail
r , , ad\vay. i'clephono No. 18J. (
Me trio door bolls , burglar nlarm.s.and
W form of domestic eloctrieal appli-
| s at the No York Plumbinp Co.
f L that your books are made by More
\\f \ \ & Co. , room 1 , Everett block.
MAYOR EVANS ENDORSED ,
The RcpiiTjiicans Tlntinimoiisly Nominate
Him With a Hurrah.
CLOSE OF THE CHURCH COUNCIL
A 1-lttlo Cilil ItocUlr ly Itun Orcr-
Hi'tintor Allison ID Spcnk Hero
TO-MOITDW Niytit Oilici-
Thocily rupnhlican convention unit in
the t'lly hull vi'Mcnliiy iiflernonn. W. K.
Ssniji , jr. , euHril to onliT. I * . A. Itnnkit
\vis suliiuli'd as cliairtnnn , nnil M. 11.
Mrown as srcnstnry.
On motion of .lolui Linill a poinruitti'c
of one from uanli ward was apDolnlcd on
orotli'iitialH Jacob Slinx , .John Limit ,
Walter Smith , L. A. Casper.
Tins report of the committee- , showing
iloh' nti'M ns iiublislicil in yesterday's Hir. : ,
was : ulotiMl | ) , and the temporary ollleers
Mr. Jacob Sims moved to proreeil i\i
tlio nomination of a ouidiirrtu : for
nin or. Carried.
W. K. Sajip , 'I'M ' placed in nomination
J. F. EV.-.IS. Walter Smith secondeil it.
J.Vnn Lindt moved to declare him the
nominee by acclamation. This carried
unanimously and applause followed.
A committee eonsistlnc ofV. . N. Lapp ,
jr. , Walter Smith and , /acob / Sims were
appointed to hunt up Mr. Evans and
present him to tlio convention.
There was dillienlty in finding Mr.
Evan. . and during the absence of the
committee , the delegates had a love feast.
The good feeling which had charactorix.ed
all Hie proceedings , broke forth into much
enthusiasm. J. J , Steadman was called
out and made one of his earnest and fool
ing speeches. While not discussing the
merits or demerits of the candidate , and
easting no rellections upon Mr. ( irone-
weg , the democratic nominee for mavor ,
\.r \ Vu'god the republicans to stand by "Mr.
Evans an > l work for his election. Mr.
Evans' teeord as mnyor had .shown him
to bo the man for the place , anil there
was no oi'ca.sion tor a change.
Colonel I ) . II. Daily was called for , but
lie declined to make any extended speech.
liy this time the committee hud re
turned and through Walter Smith ro-
liorted that they had been unable to HO-
Mr. Evans' presence at this time.
The committee supposed that the chief
anxiety of the convention was as to
whether Mr. Evans would accept and
how he looked upon the prospects for
success. Mr. Smith reported that they
had met Mr. Evans ami had held a sort
of caucus : They felt authorized to re
port that lie would accept the nomina
tion and that ho would beat William
( jroneweg by at least liOO votes. This an
nouncement culled forth more applause
and the convention then adjourned.
The nomination of Mr. Evans was not
nnlooked for. It was generally predicted
that such would be the aetion'of the con
vention. The unanimity ami enthusiasm
of the convention was a mere reflection
of tiie feeling of a large portion of citi
/ens. The mere conventional forms were
gonti through , but for all practical pur
poses they might as well have been done
away with , as the party and the public
had already lixed upon Mr. Evans as the
republican nominee for mayor.
( ! oed citi/cns of all parties are rejoic
ing over the fact that whatever may be
their parly preference or personal
wishes , Council lllnlVs will have a good
mayor in either event. Mr. Evans
was chosen as temporary mayor to
fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Mr. Chapman. It was a ditlicnlt
position to till , but he has ( Hied it nobly ,
and has shown himself to be every inch
a man. lie has resided here so long that
lie needs but few words of public com
mendation , his record being a proud
testimonial of his worth , lie has large
properly interests here , ami has the in
terests of the city elose at heart.
As to the chances of success predictions
are various. That it will bo no easy vic
tory for Mr. Evans and tlio republican
party is conceded. It appears that in the
mrittcr of registration the democrats are
bettor orgamxed than the republicans ,
and secured the registering of a largo
proportion of their voters.
The contest promises to bo carried on
in gooil feeling and without any mud
throwing. Parly feeling and personal
preferences may be strong , but there is
no disposition on either side to engage
in dirty work , and certainly no occasion.
Tlio next host thinir to a Richmond
Furnace is a Kadiant Homo liasc Burner.
Sold by Cooper & AicOoo.
J. Ernsiltorf , having taken entire con
trol of tlio Plnonix chop house , desires testate
state that ho has secured the services of
Charles Decker , a first-class cook of New
York city. The best the market affords ,
night and day , in the best st.ylo of the
art. Will also have a regular bill of faro.
PASTOIIS AI ) I'KOl'MS.
Interest lilt : Gleanings from tlio Scs-
hloiiH oT CniiKrcKationnllstH.
Yesterday was the cloving day of the
annual meeting of the Council 1U nil's
association of Congregational churches.
The sessions have been very interesting
and , doubtless , profitable to the attend
ants and participants. There are about
thirty-five churches in tlio association ,
and with nastors and delegates there ban
been an average attendance of about one
hundred persons. The sermon given
Wednesday night by Rev. Mr. Loopcr of
Red Oak IN spoken of as one of the grand
est sermons over delivered hero , and the
reverend gentleman , who is a compara
tively newcomer to Iowa , established for
himself a reputation among these who
heard him , i-o that all will bo clad indeed
of getting another opportunity of hear
Yesterday morning the time was largely
given to the consideration of the home
missionary work. The state secretary ,
Rev. T. O. Douglass , made nn earnest
address and nresented many interuMing
facts. His work is the qrgani/.mg ot
new churches , especially in tlio newly
settled part of tlio state , and rovlving
churches which have weakened and
fallen into a deadly trance. He has been
engaged in this work for about four
years , and is enthusiastic concerning it.
lie gave some interesting statements concerning -
corning Larehwood , in tlio northwestern
part of the state. The large farm of
Richard Sykes , embracing ' . . ' 0,000 acres ,
has lately been divided up , and there
was a lively little town by the name of
Larehwood. A church had been organ-
i/.cd by him there. lie also spoke ot the
necessity for work in the cities , whore
vicious classes were pouring in constant
ly. Ho npoko of the wonderful trrowth
of Sioux City , where ho hud lately been
visiting. He had inquired carefully into
the Haddock murder , and had satisfied
ii > " ' , own mind that there was a plot by
w on six in all were to have been put
out ot the way The conspirators had
plotted not only against Haddock ,
lint against the pastors of thn
Congregational and liaptist churches ,
n certain doctor , and other good citizens ,
nnd had not the plot flashed by the pre
mature killing of Mr , lladdocl ; , there
would have been more victims. He cited
this as an illustration of how in the oittt.'s
tlio vicious classes wore augmenting in
numbers and in reckless criminality.
In the devotional services uovem !
spoke upon the same theme. Rev. Ir
Ccoley , ouster of the Fii > t J'situlst church ,
of this city , was prt-ienl , . ! > cuulu HOUK
.stali-metilsas to Ihn dilli' iiltiisin the way
of Christian work In r. . Hov. Mr. Crofts
Mioki' in the iniiin line
llev , Mr. Ste\i-ii.eiui , of Shenandonli ,
did not liclievo thai then ; wore any wore
tieoiile in Council HlulVi than in Shnai > -
loali , the only diH'croneo liolug that
Ihr-ro were more of tlitin In Council
Blurt's , lie llioiight human nalnro was
about as bad as it could bo ; no matter
whether it wn in city or country.
This opinion did not se in to be en-
doiMid by others , who InMMcd that in thn
cities there were morn of the vicious
elates , and more mlliKMict-B inerouslni'
In the afternoon Hev. Mr. Wlntllesey
preached n sermon , nnd the sacrament
of the Lord's supper was administered.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
estate loans. .J. W. & K. L. Sipilru. No.
101 Pearl street , Council HlnlVs.
All Alioilt Avucit.
Avor.v , la. , Sept. 3) . The Oakcs
Mcrrio Makers gave an ontcrtiiliimenl to
n fiiir-sl/ed audience Tuesday evening.
Quito n number of eases ot whooping
cough are reported in our sehnols.
Little Maud ( Jardner is recovering from
a light attack of diphtheria.
Tliw volmg woman Katie Popper , who
recently gave birth to n child alone and
unattended , is at present convalescent
nmler the care of Dr. 1) . S. MeCon-
lion. 11. O. Seefert and wife returned
yesterday evening from a two weeks'
visit in Chicago.
Mrs. Henry Paid , of Davenport , for
merly a resident here , Is visiting her
friends the guest of Mrs P. Aekles.
Mrs. K. 1) ) . 1 loupes departed Sunday
evening for a two week's visit ' .vih !
friends in Cy.iinoiMlluirs utiii Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shaw of Omaha arc
thu guests of Mrs. U. S. Hart.
J. C. Hot/el returned Tuesday morning
from a business trip loCliieago Sunday-
ing in Davenport with relatives nnd
No little excitement has been occasioned
among our sportsmen by the report thai
wolves had boon seen "north of town
'CV'wiitij . A I' J'tv of even or eight went
n pursuit. .fiJiin'Porte wa < > snoees.sful in
.winging one down. Tlio pride with
which .John displayed the fallen foe to
his eager companions as they withered
iroiind him is easier imagined than told.
The chase , however , is not abandoned , as
a larger parly are soon to go.
Mrs. 1) . L. Hacoii , of Stuart , la. , is an
Avoen visitor , the guest ot her aunt.
Mrs. Joseph Harvey , of the National
Mrs. S. Campbell is visiting her par-
utits at Victor , la.
Paul Ackels returned from Milwaukee
Tuesday , where he went to purchase his
fall and winter goods.
JIrs , i' . Benjamin returned Monday
from Portsmouth , where she has been
Mrs. J. II Browne went to Des Moines
for her fall millirery Monday. She
expects to be absent about a weei : or ten
liy Phillips it Co. having disposed of
their stock , Avoea is to be the loser of a
oed eiti/.en In the person ot' K. W. Bar
ber , who lias for s mo time conducted
the business of that linn. Hi ; at pre
sent expects to make Council HliiU's his
homo. The be t wishes of many friends
follow Mr. and Mr.s. Barber to their now
lioiuo. X. Y. / .
On the 17tn of thU month , circus day ,
the house of Mrs. Mary A. Smith , on
Prospect street , was entered by burglars
who forced open a window , during tlio
absence of tlio family , and ransacked the
rooms at will. A clock , silver watch ,
gold chain , and a jar of- butter were
taken. Since then the ollicers have been
on the hunt , and Olliccr OTiricti has suc
ceeded in tracing up the clues until yes
terday ho arrested a young man named
Charles Clark , charging him with being
tlio thief. Clark is n married man , and
lives in a little house near Indian crock.
A search of the house revealed the pres
ence of the clock , and it is claimed that
proof has been got that the jar of butter
was used up on Clark's own table , while
lie sold the watch and chain and .spent
the money front that. On being brought
hel'ore Justice Scliurx. yesterday ho prac
tically pleaded guilty , and was bound
over to the grand jury in the sum of
if 1,000. Not being able to give bonds in
oven a small amount , he was taken to
the county jail. There seems no way for
him to avoid serving u term in tlio peni
Opera house barber shop and bath
room. Everything lirst class , E. M. Mar
Four Years and Out.
Jo Spalding , one of the oldest letter-
carriers of the force , yesterday fell as si
victim of tlio democratic guillotine. His
resignation was called tor by Postmaster
Bowman , who had nt > reason to assign
beyond the fact that the place had long
since boon promised to another. Jo has
been in the position just four years to
day , and has served with great accept
ability to the business men of his district ,
who on the change of postmasters peti
tioned almost unanimously for his reten
tion. He lost an arm by the premature
discharge of a cannon being lired on ( .Jar-
field's memorial day , and besides his
ability to till tlio position there have been
personal reasons why it seemed that he
should bo given the place so long as pos
sible. His succes.soris S. W. ( ireen , who
has been serving as a substitute , and who
is well qualified to perform the duties
satisfactorily. Carrier No , 1 , Cy Parker ,
was some time ago called upon to resign.
Now Spalding , No , 3 , stops down and
out. No. U should make ready.
C'oonor & Meoo ! sell stoves.
Hoptihi lean I'rlnmrlcK.
The republican primaries of Kane
township for the selection of delegates to
the republican county convention , which
meets in Council lilufl's on October 0 ,
1830 , will bo hold on Saturday evening ,
October 2 , at 7SO : o'clock , at the follow
ing places :
First Ward At the Western house and
select five delegates.
Second Ward At the city building and
select seven delegate , " .
Third Ward At the office of John
Limit , Esi | . , and select nix delegates.
Fourth Ward At the building for
merly occupied as nn ollice by Sackett &
Preston , No. 8U Pearl street , and select ,
liy order of the committee.
WM. F. SAIT , Jr. . , Chairman.
Oarland cook stoves are the host made.
( ! el one of Cooper & McOeu.
A Hloleu Stood.
About o'clock yesterday morning the
stable of J. O. Hock was broken open and
a valuable hor.Sii belonging to him was
stolen. It is supposed from sounds heard
that the horse was driven down ( Jrahain
avcnuo. Thu police are on thn hunt ,
with fair prospects of recovering the an
imal , if not of capturing the thief. The
horse was branded on its right shoulder
with u heart , and can be easily rccog-
nl/ed. _ _
The alarm of fire was cansod yesterday
morning by the burning of a small coal
shod in the rear of 1) . C , Bloomer's resi
dence ou Fourth street. In the attornoon
another alarm was sounded , a'Julie one ,
caused by the attempt to scud m a call
for the district telegraph.
llriiryade , of St , Joseph , Mo , is hi
T. J. Evans left yesferday on a brief
Vi-it to St. LonK * 7
Joel Eaton , of the gusieompuny , re
turned yesterday from Cliidago.
Smith McPherson , of Red Oak , was
among the attorney In court here yes
terday. _ '
Mrs. Dr. Simons , of Denver , daughter
of Mr. Mueller , who l now visiting her
friends in this eity , is planning on soon
starting for Europe to there further her
Mr. John M. Kemp , one of the chief
telegraph operators of Chicago , arrived
hift evening on a visit to his old time
friend M , 1) . Hrown. Kemp and Hrown
took pros * report together over fourteen
Among the lowans in the eity yester
day were : J. E. O'llcarn , Storm Lake ;
S. S. Ethridge. Des Monies ; Mrs. E. Y.
( ireenleaf , Rock Rniiids : J , 11. ( .inrlnuil
and wife. Harlan ; Joel L'.ghtner ' , Iowa
City , William Hlmr , Washington ; Wll-
merSi'iithatirloo ; ( ieorge 11. Hreni-
mer Red Oak.
I'J Cabinet Photograph" . $8. Quality
the finest. Sherrndeti , ! t7 ! Hroadway.
The total regitry in the city is only
2 , . 'J. It is evident that many of the
voters have neglected to appear before
Western Iowa College will bo open
Monday , Wednesday and Friday evenIngs -
Ings , commencing October and continue
till April L
Students may pursue tiuy br.uicncs de-
Kini ! Solomon was Xowhorc.
Chicago Jojirnal : 1 strolled into tnat
very interesting institution the Newsboys'
homo one day \vliile the boys were under
going an examination in the M-rintures
and was vastly amused at thu answers of
the hoys to some of the questions pro
pounded. One answer amused me morn
titan all the others. The teacher in
quired : "Who was the wl M man
thill ever lived1 Fifty hands shot
iip The ( cncliev ; pointing to n brijriit-
eyed youngster , said : "Well , Jimmy ,
who was bo V'1 "Solomon , of course , "
\yas the renly. licfore the teacher had
time to confirm his statement the "Kid. "
who sat alongside of Jimmy , shouted :
"No , ho wa'anl. neither ! " "Well , who
was he , Pete ? " asked the teacher. "liob-
inson Crusoe , " answered Pele. "How
do , v > u make that out ? " a.sked tlio
teacher. "Well , ' ' responded Jimmy ,
"Crusoe was a hustler frow 'way back ,
he wn/.j a daisy of a hustler , 'too ; he
when he had nothin' to hustle
wild ; Solomon was only a Mormon , any
how. " That ended tlio lesson.
For hciinly.lor ciiinlort. tor improvement
of the skin , use only I'oziiliii's powder ,
Will make a Spscial Sale this weak o
OIL CLOTHS , G'UR'TAIfiS ,
CURTAIN GOODS , ETC.
Priceo will bo 1-ower than made by
any othsr store in the west.
Do not fail to see us before purchas
Thin (1 epar tin o lit wo shall close out ,
and shall mnko pricoe to soil them. Our
Stock is cecsonablo and sty'os excel
Those are Bargains Never Be
fore offered ,
paxt rail save iroaey by calling
oaus before purchasing : for wo will
net bo undersold.
DON'T FOnSET THE PLAGE ,
NO , 401 BROADWAY ,
PUBLICLY ENDORSED !
SHE IS EVKItYHOimS FAVOKITE ,
The Powerful Emotional Drama
Prices to Suit llio Times and the People.
50 , 35 , and 25 Cents.
Seals at Huslinoll's 25c extra.
Reduction in Prices ,
China ( lassware Etc.
At W.S.Hcmer & Co's. No. 23 Main st.
CouUeil BluU's ,
E.vlnt Lnt'tfc . -is/wi'l incut untl the Hcxt Dt'.iinnn In
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
Mattings , Linoleums , Window Shades , Etc.
/ir/m inttitcciHrntx n/J'crcil < ) , .t n chniKjr of fli'nt info 1nJr
< iittl alnrk i , iIn / : I'ftltuvtt , Take lift onr's iroi'd , lint cell niltl see for ymir-
wli'tv. Unit oin' i "lccsmul iiti Htlt' oiniiat lie
Ont of town ti' < tdc c
Council Bluifs Carpet Co. ,
No. 405 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
MOVER AND RAiSER
Brick buildings of any kind raised or moved and satisfaction gtmranteed.
Frame buildings moved on Litllo Giant trucks , best in the world.
SOS Eighth Avcnuo nnd Eighth Streot.Counil Bhiffa.
aL J Aa nUXJ t-Lw ) S
i" D EXOUBSION THIS WEEK !
MURDER I !
lulicrlu teuifiilu iniillnir ( its uumml vlsltii-
lid. Ton yemV triulof UK. TIKIS. .1KFKKKIS'
1I'.MI ; ItV tor Unit lutiil nii'lii'ly ' has ilemim-
rutciltlio fiicUlmt it Is Inlnlllliloiisa tirovvnt-
l\c timl euro. U' you permit your children to
( llo wit H nipnuK-rin , "Tnrlr Imiod bo upon your
liund. " For Milo only m tlio olllce , No. : : ; ( South
tth M rod , Council Illuiri ! , In. , or t > oat by expiosM
on receipt of tirict * . ? - .
C. II. llliiKc'SlL'O. of No. 1410 Cumiitioll trcut ,
Omiilm , who recently ! < ' ? l boautllul iinil in-
turoftlnir duuirhtor , njrod about 15 yours , liy
iliplitlieria , unilnrtlH ! treatment of one oftlin
lio-t pliysluliui * In tlnntlin , writes to Dr. .lelleris ,
of this city : "Vtmr trmody for illphtlicrlucnino
lee Into , our dour diiutrlitor was dylnjr when It
was received. 1 urn twllhllod that her liruciiuld
have IX.TII Kivi-d. Another one of our children
who hud the diphtheria , > ier llirout was Illlcd
up with the putrM iilcoratlou , we u.-'cd jour
mcdlcino mid In twelve hours tlio ilNonso was
eoniplutolv ELUdnod. In the future o will
Keep your medicine nt till times In ourhoueo.
Wo fed that il si\ud : the life of emu of our
children. Wo arc very thankful to you , and
only rcKii'tthat wo did not call cm you sooner. "
From the Council HlulfH Daily Herald :
Mr. . M. M. CJerard , wife of Engineer f'.i'ranl.
ol the I'nlon rucltlc. this city , lias been n ( M'eat
Millororfor ninny years , ' Tllh what was up-
pifecd to budincor of Iho thnmt. It was so uad
that hhc wa ? thicatcneil with Marvntlon. Her
general health was completely broken down.
She could only av.-allo\v liquid food , ami even
that her stomach could not dicost or assimilate ) .
Physician ? of Council Illnirs nml Omaha
intended her for three years and iravo no
relief. Dr. .Ictfcris , of this city , was called. In
four weeks' timohocured her throat , and com
pletely restored her jrenoral health. Had Mr .
( lorard not obtained rcltol1 soon nho would have
died from blood pol nn , tlio sumo condition that
destroyed the lilo o1 ! ( Jon. ( jrant.
From the Council lllutl's Dally ( ihiho :
JI. A. Jlcl'lkc , editor in the Cambria ( Ubens
burp , I'll. ) Frcoman , has boon the persona-
friend of the editor of the Gloho for more than
twenty yours , nnd is known wherever ho is
know n as one of the liost men llvlnir. HII K al < o
an intlmato Iriond of .Mr. Clink of iho Non
pareil. Ho has horn nul'oitumito In thu I net
that Ills family wan rnviiRcd with diphtheria.
andKieatly dl'trefBcd. Mr. Clark havlmr heaid
of his calamity Mint him come of Dr. Jelloris'
Diphtheria Cure , it was ii ed at once , and the
lives of the ri"t of his children t.aved. honors
from Mr. Mcl'iko are uiihoiindo'l in tholr ox-
prosstoiisol'Knitltudy for tlndiiiK some means
of nvortlnir tlio last of his whole irronp of lltllo
and lender ones. Fivoot Mr. Mcl'iko'chiidren
out of eight died from diphthorla bcforo ho had
nn opportunity of uslnir Dr. JolforU' remedy.
Dysjieptic , why live in misery and die in dis-
air with canciirof the stomitch ? Dr. 'I'homas
olloris cures every cano of Indigestion and
onstlpatlon in a very short ilmo. Host of ref
erences ifivon. Dyspepsia is the cause of
ninety per cent of alt diseased conditions.
1'rlco $ .1 for two weeks treatment. , , ,
Dr. Julforis * diphtheria medieino is Infallible
for all kinds of sore thronts. Indlspensible In
putrid 6oro throat , in malignant scarle Hover ,
chiiiiKliiR1 it In 48 hours to the simple form. Infal
lible euro for all tntlammiitory , ulceratlvo , put
rid , cancerous ulcoratlon of the womb and ml
Full printed Instructions how to use tlio modi-
ernes pent with them. No doctor required.
Dr. .Icfferls' remedies can only bo obtained n
his office. No. S3 South Kl htli street , ( 'onno
Illulls , Iowa , or sent ny ei'pross on receipt
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Practices in Iho State and Federal courts
Kooins 7 and 8 Shugart IJlo-ik.
N. SCHUBZ ,
Justice of the Peace
Olllco over -\moricau I5xpre. s Company.
IB N. Main St. , Council JMufTH , In. , nnil
' . ' 09 S. 15th St. , Room 10 , Onmlm , .Nub.
CALIGRAPH TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES
TentH , AwninirH , TtnofliiR : .Shite , Man
tels , I'lntii and Window lilass , Show-
Cnsca. Elevators ( hand and liy-
Fppclal ndvcrtlBomnnts , mu'h n I.r/ft , l"oin ;
Tol/inu , Tor Bale , To llenti nnt , lloiirdlnu' ,
etc. , will liolnsortod In tlili coliimn at the low
intoolTKNCKNTd I'KIt LINK iortho nrstln or
Holland FivoC'ontB I'or l.tnoforcach suli o.iiuiit
insertion. Lcavo ndvcrllsomt'ii our ollk-o
No. li 1'oul street , near llroadwuy , Council
l'.N'D A Imssiolln bow by Murk Wil-
Hums , HIiiK-mauhlicct. _
1\ 'ANTKI ) Two peed gobcr tinners nt Cooper
A : JlcQco's , Council Illulfs.
V\7ANTKI-A Kooil Klrl to ilo general Imuso
V > woik-A pply at IUJ l-'ourth ttroot , Coun
Creston House ,
The only hotel in Council IIIufTs havlnt ;
Fire H3soap > e
/.ud nil modern linprovciiienta.
Slt > , fil uild I'll ) Main bl.
MAX MOIIN , 1'rop.
R. RICE , m. n ,
rnnnone Or other Tumor * romovvil wit ho 4
OU/Scf o , | 1U liiiltu ordi-uwinifor Ijluod.
( Iyer thniy yearn prncticalcxerlenLV-
No. 11 I't-nrlBl. , Council Illutla.
In the city can be obtained by patronl/ing-tho
MO llion Iway Council Illuirs
GILO , W. SCIUXJELE , 1'i'np ,
None but cxjicriciiccd liaiuls employed.
Out of lown orders by mail or express so
licited , and all work warranted.
T , Manager ,
Nos. 1510-15'Jl DoiiKliiP st , Omiiliu and
No Sill Hroadway , Council IHufl's.
IMInlofs If ) > iitKtr | > . No hunibiiEl Ons ,
Air. l-Hlirr mid C'liorrifnrm , wl'li ' tlic'lr MckcnliiK pITwt
nvolilril hjr thu most wonilcrliil unaustlietlu , partly-
n e the blood nnil Imlldlui ; up UK tl Mti.
Oinalui Dentul Association , .Sole I'rop'rs.
Gold Crown. : , Gold Plato and Continuous
Gum Teeth a specialty. Ho t tooth $0 ; former
price ? 8.
Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards. .
BROADWAY , COUNCIL IJ LUFFS ,
Oppo lto Dummy Depot.
Horses ami mules kept nous-taiitlv on
liaiitl , for sale at retail or in ear loadH.Or-
ders promptly lillinl by coutraet on short
notice. Stock sold on commission.
SUM TIK : iV HUI.IY : , Proprietors.
Tulcphoiio No. 1M
Formerly of Kcil Kale Stable.- , corner
1st ii\-e. and -Itli htreet.
'I'lili pyelPni in onlin'ljnowimdlni.oi'liiiiiliitliiit no
nlll uuurniiteu In tench yiiiitu ilruft miri-rfffiillir In
it luw Innii.- ' . VMir.-in ilmtl nil llm iinili-rn Hun in
ni-edtnl fiirllio luiudy. It I-HIK nil fHiini-iits wurn
l > y lailiP4.u itluiiR'iiiincI tlil.iirt'ii. .
lJiillc nnit | iunlcinnn , It lll cent mi iiolln.ijj
untiln > u hurci Imiriioil , tlion ion will wnnt tliiillttvr.
Wo i-liiilltMiBO roiilliutllliiM. TliH iiinvliixiMTli'iiu-Ml
l.i'dycrs , loiinitiU , ( oiuily and
Itiinli U'orU ' of i U Kindt a Spec
Prompt Attention jo Mall Orders
MOREHODSE & CO.
Hooni 1 Kverut Hlock , Council HluOs.
Standard Papt-ra Uund. All styles of bind-
iuu in Muf'u/.iiic'ti and
O. II. Nalluual llnak , M. K. Smith i Co. ,
CIIUi-iiH1 Hunk , ] > errf , WulUA < ' " . ,
Mrbt Nutlonid Hank , C. II. liisuniiiuo ( Xi.
alter i ; I'u oy.UuuUur * i u. Kaviiun IlAiik
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
_ .until n.rt int. IMI'I.IMHT < .
DKKUK. WKLLS tV : IX ) . ,
Agriculliiral Implements ,
rniTlnin- I tc .1 1 < \ Connoil lUnITi , loirn
KKYSTONK M.\MTArirulN ( } CO.
Mnko HIP drlKMiiil Hint Complrlo
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mil ! & Press ,
COIIN SIIKI.I.KltS AMI FKKI ) ( frri'.lK
Ni-5. ii.nirici , i.itr. nn i ; , , , * o\tti ! Mnln struot ,
rouniMI ll.iitTs lonn.
DA MM mini.r.Y .v. ro. .
MnmiCr * tin I .lohh iof
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Bnggias ,
9/y,1'11" / . " : * 1"1 " " Mnl * "I" Vrm Mnclilnnrr.
1100 to lllfl South Main Street , Council lllu.lt * ,
r.O. i.r.oN. T. H.linrui.is llitiUVW
l'ies.\-Trcn' < , V.l'ri.M.ui. . SniAC
Council BluTs Ha'idls ' Pact/ ) ,
MunHfnrtuiornof AxliI'lck , Slttxo nnd Smill
_ _ _ llnii.llis , of uvury < loj > rrlilluii | ,
COUNCIL r. ' ! ' CO. ,
Car pots , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil rinths. CnrlHln I'ltlunn , tTiluihtin-y ] ( loo-Is ,
Klo. Na iOj llroailwojr Council Illuttd ,
J.S TdI.ICCO'TC. / .
I'KKKCiOV & A1OOHK ,
Wholchsk' .tolitmrs In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes
Nog. I'SMaln > "i < l X 1'oarl Sis. Council liluir * ,
SNYDKU * LKAMAN ,
Fruit and Prodnco Commission MerclintJ.
11AKLK , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
KlBtK' Pnmlricj. Kf. Xo. KJ Main St , mill
NCI. " 11'onil St.0(111011 ( HhillR.
O. W. BUTTS ,
Wholesale California Fruits a Specially
General Coniinln5ion. No. fit * llromlwny ,
W1KT & MJQUia'l'E ,
Frnits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Noa. ir > unit 19 IVsirl St. , Coum-il
L. K1KSCI1T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Alto Wholesale Liquor HeiilmXo. . 110 llronJ-
7M .VKSS , KTC.
HKCKMAN , STUOHUKUN & CO. ,
Mnnii'ni'tnrcrs of nnJ Whnli'salo Donlors In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. KJ Main St. . Council HltllTs , Iowa.
HATS , c.iw.Jv
MKTCALF UHOTHKRS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps anil Gloves.
No.4.i ! < 2 anil nil Ilroailvvuy , Council IllntTi
KKKLtNK & FKL'L1 ,
Whole < ntn
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wool : Stock. Council lllulTrt , town.
/ , / / > ! : . - > AM ) irt J/
I ) . II. Mi-DANKLI ) & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sals of Hides ,
TulIow.Wool , rcllB.OrpaPoand I'ura Council
COUNCIL HLUl-TS OIL CO. ,
Wholfsalo Donlurs In
Illuminating & Lubricitiaj Oils G
ETO. ! , E3TO.
P.Theodore , AKUIII , Council Illnir . lawn.
LVMIIKU I'lIJKO K'fC.
A. OVEUTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
* ml llrliltfo Mulrrlal Siioclnltli-s.Wholosalo Luio-
bor of nil Kinds. Olllcu No. MO Main St. ,
Council lllulla. lown.
S AM )
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors. ot u ;
Atont for St. ( iottlmril'8 llcrli Ililti'M. No. U ifc
Maintit. Council liltiltj. ifcfj
SCHNEIDER & HECK , nr
Foreign and Domestic Y/lnos / and Liquors , nrli
B ttri SHB UB 8 J
LATE OF ST. LOUIS ,
Office Ho. 525 firoailivay , Council Bluffi.
' . to U a. in.
f'.i to r , p. in.
7 to s p.m.
linoni No. II.
"OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL HLl'H-'S ' , 1A ,
' . '
Horses and Mules
For nil purpose * , no'i ht nii-1 huld. ill lomllaiii )
In loin. lAign iiiuiitillns | to trloi-f from
Bfveml pull8of linourU01 a , hinuloor iloulilu.
MASON WISE ,
P , C. MILLER ,
No. 13 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
MANUFACTURER OF I'AINia.
Hougp , iiljrii und Ducorn o I'uiiilor. ) ' .iilcil |
Hut-he Wall Omumcnte.
None Inn lu-tt Inn tt
ow ui otlicr .
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