Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 25, 1886, Page 6, Image 6
THE CMAIIA DATLV PiCiJ : MOXDAY. OCTOBER 25 , THE DAILY PKE. COUNCllTBLUFFS , MON'PAYMOHNINtJ OCT. S3. OUTICE , NO. 113 , PJ3AKL STREET. ly tntriei in n > pnrt of tninty ( .onlsjior wtuk. 11. \ \ ' , Tii/rox. . . . TJrMM-Ornrf , No. t.1. NIUIIT r.nnon Xo , 2) . .Ml.NOIt MUM-ION. New York Plumbing Co. Now fall poods nt Huilcr's. ' Cooper & Mccc ( ! ' fll stove ? . Cooper tV Mcop ! sell hardware. llnSunl brand o.yators , I ho bust. Cheap railroad tickets nt tltishnult'it. Kindlon takes place ono week from to- tnoriuw. The now Broadway variety theatre opoiH lo-iuplit. Pnnr-ls ut $ ! 50 per doat Schmidt's gnlh'iy , Alain St. AlVtill ( \ - , und .fohn Teller wcru yes terday taken in for disturbing the peaee on Sixth sheet and Uroadwny. .1 , StepheiiMm & Co. , tlio now lisli mar ket nipii from Sioux City , who luiye oppncd on Hioadway between Kichth and Ninth streets , have put in telephone No. 103. Several of the conductors wont east Saturday overllio Chicago , Rock island & I'aoilio railway to i-.ttend the meeting of the Conductors' Insurance company at llalliiuorc. Doth the coitRri'ssinnal candidates , Mayor Lyman and Colonel Keatley , Hpeut Sunday at home. The former speaks at Lewis to-day and 1'anora to morrow. Colonel Keutley speaks al . Andiibon to-day and K\ira to-morrow Day after to.morrow , Wednesday , all ( inalilied voters who have not alreadj done so , will bo given a chance to regib tor , all failing to bo regisloii'd on that owning at II o'clock will bo disfranchised. If the weather remains favorable the paving of upper Hroadway wilt be completed pletod this week. The fitrect-car track it completed nearly to the liabbitt home , the terminus , and betoro long the cars will bo running up there , much t < i the delight of the residents of that purl of the city , The thermometer pot down to CO dog , at ( i o'clock last evening. The day was damp , chilly and disagreeable , am nearly all who had overcoats broughl thom out. Very few indulged in a Suii' ' day drive , but those who did had on their heavy coverings , and occasionally a buffalo robe was soon. Pat Kelly and George Howcrton were yosorday making the rounds of the sat- looiitf and demanding that they bo sold something to drink. They claimed their money was as good as anybody's , and they wanted more booze and would have it. When landed in jail they had money and whisky in their pockets. The seventeenth annual convention of the Iowa Y. M. C. A is to bo hold in Les Moinca commencing next Thursday af ternoon , and extending to Sunday night. Harry Curtis , the secretary here , and who is one of the most successful work ers , will represent Council JUutt'h , and will doubtless bo given a prominent place on the programme. The time for registering caught Judge Loofbourow in Sidney , Tronioht comity. Ho had to adjourn court from Friday until Tuesday in order to got homo to At lantic , and got registered. A rather heavy expense for the sake of giving the judge a cnanco to got in his one vote , bill the now registry law is chargeable witli the responsibility of the suspension ol court business. The independent candidacy of Justice Hcndricks will result , without doubt , in the election of that wortny man. Ho is an old citi/cn , has boon tried and found not wanting , and many democrats will by their votes for him rebuke the jobbing of the township convention. Some of thi loading democrats arc working earnestly for him. The republicans have boon wise inthcii nomination of constables Jo Spalding Wall McFadden and John Fox. Thoj arc men whom ttio people will gladly support. Jo SpiuildiiiK , with his emptj sleeve , was ousted from the democratic postollico because ho was a republican. Wall MoFadden is an experienced ollicer. . an old soldier , and a man who knowing his duty dares to do it. Colonel Fox IF also a veteran , an old citizen in whom all have confidence and one who has filled the position most acceptably once bo fore. fore.Tho The republicans acted wisely in cndors ing the independent candidacy of N behuras ono of the justices of tin peace. Justice Schnrz has shown him self to be an honest and capable magis trate , and the people will see to it thai ho is retained in his position by an over whelming majority. The only light being - ing made upon him is by the clique wlic manipulated the democratic township convention , and they will bo terribly re buked at the polls. 11. J , Chambers has so attended to the duties of county recorder , that even ir the heat of the campaign not a whispoi is to bo hoard against him , not ever among the democrats. There is no gooi reason for n change , and those who volt for the democratic candidate can give tic better reason for doing so than mere party preference. The democratic nouv inco , on the other hand , is being knifed by men in his own party , on account o : the way in which the county democratic convention was run by a clique. Anything you want in Housmkcopor'i Hardware and Tinware nt Cooper & McGeo's. Substantial abstracts ot titles and rea estate loans. J.V. . & B. L. Squiro.Q No 101 Penri Street , Council 11 lull's , Iiom mid Found. A man nt the transfer on Salnrday wat Been to pick up a lady's gold watch and chain. Oflioor llendrieks was uotilloi and on asking the man ho acknowledged i nnd handed it over. The watch wa given to Transfer Policeman McMillian who wont through the waiting rooms it Eoaicli of the owner. As no uno clahncc it the watch was locked up in the safe but Satin day night a telegram was re colycd from a liulv who had gu.io . out 01 the Missouri Pacific railroad , describinj the watch and chain in detail and the : were sent her. Seal brand oysters at 11. J. Palmer's. I can save you money in Stoves , Tin ware and Hardware.V. . A. Wooil , See that your bookb are made by More house & Co. , room lLEvcrett block. Small Buoaklnt ; Stoats , Yesterday morning Chris , Kisolor , 01 getting out of bed , discovered that he hai been robbed. Investigation showed tlui the window of his bedroom in the rea of his saloon on Hroadway had bee raised , and that thieves had reached i with a long clothes pole and lifted hi trousers out , taking about f5 in silvo nnd returning his trousers to their foi tner position on a chair. A couple of coats were reported as ha\ ing been stolen from a house on Sixt avenue and Fifteenth street during th absence of the family. Stolen Sorrel horse , yuull white spc on forehead , scar on right front ton right hind foot while with red spot in th White. .Reward allured No. 1017 Fourt uvonuo. r/ii'v'piT nt iMMT * pnv/M nvn COtMli BUM'S COMLRftS , Cofflft Heftsona Fet tUs Wonderful Increase it the If umber of Lunch Counters. HANSEN'S BODY POUND Coroner l-'aul H.is a ciiiitlann1 'lliuot-y Alioiit tlio llnil'luck Mur > ilor I'ctty Siu-alc Thieving Sllll TnllflMK liooin. Coroner Kitnl's Theory , The disappearance of Henry Peters , ono of tlu important witnesses of the Haddock murder , mid 'the intimation that ho had boon killed to prevent his telling tale * , ha- , caused Coroner Faut , of this city , to form a theory. On the Ithol this month the body of a stranger was found in the willows about a milo from Crescent. It was badly decomposed anil could not bo idontilied. The place where the body was found wai one whicli could bn reached by a skill' , coming down the Mfcvouri , and Coroner 1'aul jumps tc the coiielu.sion that the men who came down the river after the Haddock mur der brought the bodv of this man and hid it there. He has hon't word to Siou\ City of his suspicions and te conlident he has struck the right trail , though others arc not. so i cadto ; believe it. If the bodj was that ot this missing witness to the murder , that tact might easily bo estab lished lo the clothing. 'Iho body found war , dressed in a dark woolen striped sack eoat , a nearly new pair of button shoe" * , white shut , coarse cotton under' shut and while drawer . In the pocket ? Was a horn collar button , a now tooth brush and a badly crumpled niteo ol paper , on which was written : "Aliss Minr Newman , Capitol ave. H. Hagburn. " The friends with the body airived here last evening , and the funeral will bo licit1 at 2 o'clock this afternoon. It appears that the body was found at Platlsmout ! two days ago , and an inque-.t not leading to any identification the body was buried Tlio friends had it disinterred , and tin identity being established , it is brought hero for burial. Ghats on the Corners , "It's about time 1 began to clear the sidewalks of obstructions , " said Citj Marshal Gnanolla to a Ui.i : man Satur day evening. "Kvcr.y once in a whiU tney put out these largo blackboards am bulletins , " ho continued , as ho ucared f largo bulletin board that obstructed fullj a quarter of the width of tlio sidewalk ot Hroadway. "It is now the opening ot tlu winter season , and they will try to oui do their rivals in business , anil before we know it nine out of ton of them will bt going beyond the limits , and the onlj way to do is to put a stop to it. On Monday I shall notify them to remove all obstructions , and those that don't comply immcdiatolv will have a chance to pay over a small amount to the city. " "It's wonderful how many lunch counters and collee stands have sprung up in the past year or two. Three years ago there wasn't hardly one in the city , but now they are as thick as any othei business , " .said asporting man yesterday , "Some ono or two of these lunch counter. are not rcquncd to pay any rent. They tuo ghen rent free , as the saloon in whicli they are located derives a largo benefit Often a man enters to got a lunch , or perhaps sees something inviting am goes in for a piece of pic and a cup ol codec or a glass of milk ; ho may bo a stranger in tlio city. While eating he notices a bar dipsctly in the roar of him and orders a drink , or perhaps meets : i friend ; they have a few drinks ; in the rear room they hear the chips rattle ; : i ' odd' ' 00 in fellow shouting 'high and or the red , high and oven ; ' ho goes in , looks around , and finally dropd a few dollars ajl from seeing something that looks in viting behind the lunch counter. It won't bo long before all the lunch counter ! that are located in saloons and that is the present locatior of every ono in this city except copt tlio ono at the Rock Islam' depot , will bo given rent free. Thcrc'i money in the lunch counter business , but mostly every proprietor of one ii somewhat of a sport and naturally 'blowi in his dust' as soon as ho gets it. I sec now u 15-cent lunch counter has beer started ; that is getting it down prettj low lor this part of tlio west. " "The bones of thin city have beer picked pretty thoroughly , " said agentlo man yesterday in referring to a nunibei of the public improvements that hav < boon completed during the past two 01 three years and now being completed ' and it has boon by some of the oldoi citizens , " ho continued. "There has , foi spmo reason , never been a howl about 'jobbery' or 'stealing' in all our improve ments ; nothing but whispers IKIVO beer hoard and if the people don't look oui nnd select tlio right men there may be f big howl. The court house is not 3-0 completed anil many quiet jobs can b < put up on the unsuspecting public in tin next few years. " " 1 lived hero a long while and I'vi never yet SPOU as good prospects for i big boom as 1 do for this city the comin ; year. " said a twenty-live year resident o Council Blull's yesterday to ono of the Bui force. "We've talked of booms , etc , bu now we've a grand chance ; I've bcci talking to a majority of our moneyci men in the pas three weeks and they an are all of the same opinion. If we got i boom tliis city will slide right along ; voi can't boom n place when there's nothing to boom , but when a boom is oncostartci it's an easy job to keep it a booming. 1 returned ' turned a couple of day's ago from a week' trip nml 1 toll yon not only the people o the immediate vicinity of this city but al throughout western Iowa for 125 mile cast of hero have road in the Bii ; ; of these improvements contemplated and the ; are anxiously awaiting dovolopoments. ' Another gentleman tiilklng of th "boom" said "it seems next season wil give this city a big shako up ; even nov pionorty is picking up and the ad vane shako is being felt. Every body has mor < oonfidonco in the town than the' have had for years back. Kvoi one or two of the real estate linns lmy < began to rub thc-tr oycs and tire awaken ing to the fact that buyers are becomini more numerous. If those real estat firms would branch out with somollamini advertising say they take a good-sizei advertisement in the daily papers an < tell the people what they have to soil don't you think that would back up th newspapers who are giving the boom lift ? Certainly it would ; people in ou own city would begin to buy real estate BO would outsiders and our daily tram fers of real estate would increase full , three-fold by the opening of next spring We've got the makings of a boom here and it is that of a substantial one and fo graoious sake don't let us lie idle and Ic it slip through our hands. " "I'll toll you where there are a lot c dry bones that need shaking up , " sai another. . "Do you know that there is large amount of property here owned b non-residents , nnd controlled by loet agents , who are making more by the ! inactivity than they could by activity These agents buy up warrants at a die count , to pay the taxes with , and the get from the owners of the property th cash .for tlio full amount. They get commission too for Ipoking after tit property , and in this way they mak more than if they found u purchaser an sold the proi'irty Ti' ! ' don t v , .nt to find hu ur * I'he write flip twiU'tN tli.it Oierc Is no demand for the pTopi-rty jui' now , and to they hold on to it year after yi ar , and tluti qr ( n revenue from if. Tlioclisliui' ) s of tlie e nnn-lliMt' < ! a luHdUim what plops n Rood many rrjl : estate deals. Halves Council IJIuHs a bad name awiyrum honie. A man who has oiVncd u few lots here fora tfood nianyyoar-i.'is inforhipit year niter'\c.ir , bj Ills siKi'iit lliat the lots cau't hi' ohl at any price , that tli'M-e is no nclivity'ln the real cslati' m.irket , that lie had better \\ait a-littio wMlo loncer ; and thin , jear after jear , tiie follow jinos on Hjijinp JIINCS , until he poti. tired out. ivvory- body that mentions Coutu-ii IMull'-s to him i < ! iiiilurnlly tolit that 'Uvorj tiling Is dead there. I've owned properly thove for reavs , and 1 eiiu'l sell it. ' ' 1 hu-u dry boni-s iKvdliakinjT ! up. I ot tlie < i a onU try to soli property instead of holding it " Seal brand oysti-rs at II. , J. I'almer.s. I\t \ . A. S. Hall is prepared to do ilrois making on short notice and at reasonable prices. No. il'M Hroadway. An Imtoiicmlcnt Cnmlldnte , I hereby announce myself as an inde- pi'iideiit catididati ! for justice of the pence , and submit my claim to the voters of Council 1S1 nil's la. , on tno Und dm of November , 18 > 0. A. 1. . . 1' A Concert Service. Last evening Iho Hroadway Methodist church was filled to its utmost capac ity al tlio concert service given by tha Sunday School. Kvery se t wa < ? taken , the aislob wci'O filled and the vestibule oven crowed. The exercises consisted of recitations , music , etc. The infant class gave some intorestint : exorcises. Cor don Knotts and Clyde Smith gave pleas ing recitations. Nellie Joins gave a song. AIIonNo Catirs reel led "Angry Words. Lonio Orcutt recited "Try Again. " Clyde1 Lyons gave a recitation. Ono of the best of tlio evening was ' 'Didn't Think. " by Kittie Drown. Dottic Me- Naugnton recited " ( Sod in the Storm" in a manner which would have dona credit to an older person. M rtio Halo recited "Don't Ho Mean , " a little poem written by Rev. G. \ \ ' . Crofts , of this city. Eva ' 1 ilbort also gave a pleasing selection. Mrs. Wallace's class gave scripture re citations. Mr. Hugh Smith's class recited "Pil grim Wants. " Mr. Cokor's class gave us a dialogue , "Mottoes , " ono of Iho most pleasing exorcises of the evening. The church choir furnished a trio. Mrs. Hrown's cla > s sang "Help a Litt'e. ' " Mrs. Orcutt's class of girls sang "Daughters ot Zion. " Mrs. Tulley's ela.-s furnished a quartette of boys , who sang very nicely. Tlio exercises throughout were very creditable , and the programme , varied and well rendered , pleased the large au dience greatly. First class regular dinner 23 cents , 12 to t5 o'clock. ' Phtunix chop house , 005 Hroadway. Fresh oysters in every style at the Phtunix Chop House , No. 505 Hroadway. Hanson's Holly Found. On Wednesday , October 0 , a man named Hans Hanson , while at work on the new Union Pacific bridge , foil from the end of a plank into the river , and disappeared from sight. The accident occurred about 5 o'clock in the afternoon , and search for the body was kept up until after dark and then abandoned. Yesterday morning word was. received hero that the body had been found at Platlsmouth on Saturday evening. A team was sent at once from hero to bring the body to his home in this city for burial. Hanson vas aged twenty-seven years , and leaves a family in poor cir- cuinstanees , who reside on a street near Fair-view cemetery. Hard and sottcoal , wood , lime , cement , tc. Council Hlull's Fuel Co , , No. 53 ! ) Broodway. Telephone No. 130. Electtic door bells , burglar alarms and every form of domestic olocfrical appli ances at the Now York Plumbing Co. J. Earnsdorf , having taken entire con trol of the Pluunix chop house , desires testate state that ho has secured the services ot Charles Decker- first-class cook of New York city. Tlio best the market affords , night and day , in the best style of the art. Will also have a regular bill of faro. Personal Paragraphs. O. E. Livingston , of Hoston , is at the Ogdcu. Colonel A. Cochr.m , of Little Sioux , is at theOgdon , John Kennedy was yesterday jailed for being drunk. Six drunks constituted the police busi ness yesterday. A. D. McDonald , of Mapleton , was at the Ogden yesterday. Henry Johnson was last night arrested as an ordinary drunk. George \V. Smith , of Lincoln , was at the Pacific yesterday. Vj. T. Lindsey and wife spent Sunday in Malvcrn with relatives. Charles Kobbins. of Columbus , O. , was at the Ogden yesterday. O. E. Doanc , of Pacific Junction , was an Ogden guest yesterday. Charles Smith and wito , of Omaha , dined at the Pacific yesterday. Henry W. Uothort , wife and son , ol Kcokuk , wore at the Ogden yesterday. W. A. Mauror , who lias been confined to his room with erysipelas , is convales. cing. General G. M. Dodge Saturday nigh ! wont to Chicogo on' the Hock" Islam ! road. Captain Nick O'Brien spent Saturdaj and Sunday in Ncola , and returned tc duty last night. Custom-made railroad shoos nnd Ger man slippers at G. Hl.ixsnn's , Main st. Richmond Ranges for hard coal arc the best. Cooper & JlcGce sell them. Dr. Hancliett , ollico No. 13 Pearl street Residence 120 Fourth street. Telephone No. 10. _ Ho Was Xot an Umpire. Pittsburg Dispatch : A dilapidated. Individual limped painfully along Fiftli uvonuo. Uno eye was draped in a eloiul of gloom. Ono arm reposed in a sling. . Ono foot was clad in a roomy slipper. A stout cane uiccil his slow progress and an unmistakable odor of arnica emanated from his person , permeated the atmos' phoro nnd trailed behind him on the brcczo. "Charleston sulFeror , " suggested someone ono in a little group as he approached , and as ho got abreast of the party one ol tliom facetiously inquired ; "What game did you umpire to-day ? " "Shut up. " exclaimed another , "Ne chestnuts. The man's been in an acci dent. " "Ho I haven't , " responded the subject "and 1 ain't umpire of remark , an , either. " "Then what are you ? What's the mat tea ? What hayo you been dolufl chorused the group. "I belong to the dandiest foot ball team in this section and don't you forgo ! it. We had the best game of the season yesterday , and it boats any fun you ovei saw Wo nehd a couple of good men foi substitutes. Don't tome of you fellowi want to join * " Careful chemical analysis prove * Rci Star Cough Cure free from opiates am poisons. Vi > ! an Oi'pr.i Ni w \ i rU M/'im < ! i iV.e'Lci'Uo ' , ruaungtr of tl'o Am.i i.uiopi-i'a , sn l _ \e > - U'rdn > "My advice-from uvpry rttrt of- the connli\ ! t'tlirl * for the Inri i' ni. iF belter organu.uiom the sea oii fus opened aum" | < Wilv. On the other han-1 , the cheaper third a'nd fourth rail ) shows aiv all ufVeririSi4rpitly ! ! Till * is the ex- ad contrary of 1Wt M > a oti's experience' . The rousoli donljtlt- l ll > t the great ifiiddl < > ul.v of U ell to-do people Ir.uev inori ) money utMtieir command and are looking forwnflj' , to a general . re vival of bu UiqSN. They fed now that they can spend more money OH theii1'nmusmnonts and so they leave III" dlmi"iim eiim class of enter tainment alone and wait for something good to come. I need hardlv sa.v that thU uiienur iges us gro'itl.V tts > to our nro-- peel.s of MU'ccWo hear , too , from every large eit > that the people generally are well iiielmiMl toward American opera. Our Philadelphia s'll" will open on Nt > - vombcr 1. and in the meantime we are as busy as we can be preparing the new operas. Before long all our pjinclpriM will be here and the chorus is in an ml- vaucod state of preparation. Our M-eiie painter * are buoy in several theaters jmlntinn Iho new scenery.1 It is under stood that an amicable arrangement brv tweon the Aeademy of Music directors and the dlrcetois ot the National ( Ameri can ) opera ha * been made. The latter body will keep the dates for which their lease calls and pay rent for the c nights , Hint the Academy director- ! have con sented to the u e of the house in the meantime foi rehearsals. Ananias , nnil Where ; lie is Pound , Saturday Review : Among Asiatics ly ing is a siirn of culture and polite breeding. In Africa the natives ave not yet sufiieiontly chili/od to have any dof- inilu notions on the subject. They are on the lowest possible level. They lie or not according as they think it is to their advantage or the reverse. Rum ami re ligion , bibles and bayonets , have yet to do a great work beloro the poor African can ri.so to the dignity of forming a dcf- juilo policy on the matter. The Austral ians lean to the American side In Europe Ananias is branded as a bad man ; in America ho is a funny man ; in Asia , were ho known , ho woulel be canon- i/ed as the polished imni ; while in Africa ho is neither better nor worse than any other man he is the mere average moital , ho drifts with the tide of events , and is not woith mak ing an occational fetich ot. On the whole , the career of Ananias must be considered a failure. Where he is known he is not respected , and where ho might bo ro- spooled ho is not known. In Sunday school and in Iho pages of tracts ho point- , a moral ; but the position is inadequate to the desires of a true ambition , or tlio re quirements of a discriminating philoso phy. To .sporting journals and to the entire American press he is invaluable , cut this is iintccling , thankless ground , lie merely represents a "record'which no one is desirous to break. Not a man of those who cite him regards him with gratilnde , not to speak of honest esteem. A philantropic New York firm has como to the rescue of Rhode Islander.-- , who want their cocktails in the morning and are prohibited. This linn puts up cockiails , cither of gin or whisky , in lit tle bottles , which are packed in neat pasteboard cases , on which are printed tlio names of tlio "tonic" and the words , "A good appeti/.er. Aids digestion. Price 15 cents. Directions : Empty con tents in n glass , add a little piece of ice , stir , and drink. " The Now Yorkers aio said to be fairly coining money with the tonic. ExTitr.MB nervousness . , attended With fear , and superstition is cured at once by using Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood I'nrilicr. SPECIAL NOTICES. American't Special advertisements , such 113 Lost , Fojnd ToLonn , For Snlo , To Kent , V > nnts , llonrdlnir. etc. , will bolnsortod In this column nt the low rntoofTENCENTSPEll LINE lorthellrK iiiscr- ionnnd 1'ivo Cents PorLlnoloronch subsequent Insortion. Lcnro lulvorllacinoiits nt our ollk'o No. L ) Penl etroct , no.ir llroadwuy , Council UlulTs. WANTS. WANTED Jly C. Slionflulil , niilwuy con tractor , 1UO rnllwny luboiors nnd 5U team- store toroik on urndo or Houthorn Knnsns rnllrond In the Indian Toriitnry , M ) mlles Boiith of Klowii , Kan. Good wuirrs ; Hood winter - tor woik. Work will lust two yours. For in- forraulionlnUlreorN. Schuiz , Council Hluir . "I/IOK IlKNT A Rood iloulilo bulldliic EUltilblo -U for n nrrocory store nnd dwelling. Oood location. Tlios. VoiRht , iXW North bth st. OlTSALlMedTliirrBi7oTlio old snfc : Hind- bury sowinjf innctilno ; cnsli ro istor ; split ting inacluno ; brass jaw luvcr crimping inn- clilno ; clock ; slioomnkors tools ; loaldouco and lots , nnd our wholoxnio buildinir , No. 41 Noith Main Btioet. Address 7 T. Llndboy , Council llluirs. MURDER ! ! Diphtheria Isncnln mnldnar It1 * nnnunl vlsltu- lion. 'I'cn yours' trial of UK.THOS. JKKl'KUIS1 ItliMl'DY lor that fnlnl mi'liuly Ims domon- dtrntcd the fuut tluit It Is inlnlllblu as a iirovont- Ivo nmlomn. Ifjou permit jour chlldinnto dlo with dli > htherfn , "Thc-lr blood bo upon your bond. " For snlo only nt the olllro , No. 23 South Mh street , Council Illuirs , In. , or sent by express on receipt ot price , f i. From the Omaha Iloo : Mr. J. II. llntlur. of Huzol Doll.Pottawnttmnle Co. , Iowa , nml his family of clown poi ons , were nil sick with nmllunant diphtheria. Kvc'iy onoofthoin luis rocoveiod by the ueo of Ur. Jolforls' Prnvontlvo and Cure lor Diphtherln , without the aid of a physician. U. H , IllakcBleo , of No. 1410 Cnmpbcll Btroet , Omnhn , who recently lost a boautliul and l.i- torcstlng dnuKhtcr. ngod about 15 jours , by dlphtbeiln , under tlio treatment ol ono of the bet physlciutiH In Omalm , writes to Dr. .lollcns , or this city : "Vonr romodyfor dlphthona ciuno too Into , our dear diuiKhtor was living when It was received , 1 am Batlsllcd that hur llfo could liavo boon saved. Another ono ot oiirthlldidii who hud thodlpUthoria , hur thiont wns llllod up with the putrid nlcornlion , wo used your medicine mid In twelve hours the disease wns completely sulxluvrt , 1 \.z J.-.tara .TO \ \ > \ \ Vf ooyoav modlrtno at all times In our house Wo feel that It tnvnd thn llfo ol ono ol our chil dren.oaro very thankful to 5011 , and only loirrct that wo did not enll on you sooner. " From the Council Illuirs Dally Globes II , A. MoPIKo , ediwir ot the Cambrln ( Kbcns- biirir , Pa ) Frocnmti , has been thu personitl friend of the editor ! > f the Glebe lor inuru than twenty years , ami 4i known wliorotor ho U Unownnsonoof tlmto ) imon living His family was ravaged wllh dlphthoila , and gioatly dls- trossed. btiiiui of Dr. Jollerls' Dlphthcila Cure was ni-ed , iiTidlho IKV3 ol'tlio i mt of his child ren suvnd. Letters fi-om Mr , Mcl'iko are un bounded In their expressions of Kratltudo for llndlng borne means of averting tlio loss of all his lltilo onog. I'lvo of Mr. Jtol'iko's ehlldron out of olght died from diphtheria before ho had nu oppoi Utility or u-liltrlr. ) JofTcrls' romody. DVPlT.PjilAl nVril'CI'SIi ! Dyepoiitlo , why nvo In misery and dlo m dls- pair with cancnr of the sUminchV Dr. Thomas Jollorij euro1 * every , cnso of Indltrostlon and constipation In a vuiJshort ijme. Host of ref erences given. Dyspepsia is the ciuito of ninety per cent of all diseased conditions , PUce * .ri fortwo weeks treatment. Dr. Jcffeils' diphtheria medlc-lno Is Infalllblo for all kind * of soie throats , Indlspenslblci In putrid 8or tin oat , Ii ) 'malignant srnrlot lover , clinngiug It In 4H hours to tlio Elmplo form. Infal lible euro for all Inllammatory , ulceiatlvo , put rid , cancerous iilcoratlon of the womb undiill caiarihal oondllloiis. Pull printed Instructions how to use the luodl- cmos ent with them. No doctor required. Dr. JctTerls' remedies cnn only bo obtained at Ills onion. No ' 1 South Klghtn street , Council lllutTs , Jmui.or Bout Dy ernrees on recBlpt of price. JACOBSIMS , ATTORNEY AT LAW , Practices in the State and Federal courts Hoonis 7 and 8 SluiRart lilo'jk. . SCHURZ , Justice of the Peace Office orer American 't fotyrt Hi it the Council lll > tj ) ' * Carpet ConijKinn lt < < tt inlt n iwr In ( lirlr jlnlton htinuini l l nr.rt , ttntUltttt thru are litmml to in < ti-t'itllu vrttiH'ffhrir * toclhrf'mv tluit ititif. - C i ) mv flicni In-fore ami ) nii'i-liiinei > ttrirhciv , and Dblitdt tht'lr iti'tve * . Jfon / iftnit to hnii ( nii/thiiif/ tlii'ii' line they it'ill yive i/mt indent that irill. ' 't tlntn null < 'e > < you f-locl ; roiifMit of all f/ndfc * ( tint make * of oets , ns , Mattings , Window Shades , AMD TrPHOZiBTSRiY G-OOBS , Etc , A lot nf TnMf t'ii * . VOKV/.S / ami AVf ; > / . ins tu riosc out ut LESS Til. IX COST , Sre Council Bluffs Carpet Co. , Ho. 4L05 Broadway , Oounoil ra m n ug Lauds in Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and ranging from $5.00 lo $10.00 per acre. School and slate lands in Minnesota on 30 years' time 5 per cent interest. Land Buyers fare free. Information , etc , given bv No. 535 Hroaclway , Council UlulTs Iowa , ajront for Freiilrik'-ou iV : Co. , ( Ji MRS. G. L GILLETTE , HAIR GOODS , -JT- 7/j/oit tvitJi a Carpet , no mutter irtirtl f/nulc , lie sure to cull and sec us before jHtrcliasinu elsewhere. We. offer special banjahis In Dress Patterns and Dress Goods tMs cJc. JSrertjlhiiiij in tlittllno will be sold cheap this coming wecli. See the immense titock. HARKNESS BROTHERS , iffo. 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs. OFFICER &TPUSEY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA. KstnbllalicJ 1837 _ M _ Creston House , Tnc only holol in Council lUulls having And nil moclui u lniiio\omontii. | i15 ! , 17 and 210 Main st. MAX MOim , Prop. Horses and Mules For nil purposes , bo'iglit nnd sold , nt rolull nnd in lots. Luifo qunntitlos to select from paliaof llnodihcis , Blngloor doublo. MASON WISE , Council Blull's. P C. MILLER , No. 13 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. LATKST DKSIQNS. MANUFACTUBBB OF PAINTS. House , Blifii anil Docorntlvo Vulntor. Papier MucboVallOrnninoiitB. . Noiio but bust hunds employed nnd rcmsoimblo. EClgcrs , Joiiriuils , 01111(3' nnd HaiiU Work of AH Hfiuls a Spec- fully Prompt Attentionjo Mail Orders MOREHODSE & CO. Room 1 Evcret Block , Council Blufls , StiuiUard Papers Used , All btylos of bind ing m Ma a'/sines and BLANK BOOKS. HEPERnNCHS : 0. n. National Hank , M. K. Smith & Co. , CirUcns1 Uank , Derro , We IU Ic Co. , virsl National Hank , C 11. Innurnnce Co. , officer 41'useyUankor.C.il Savinsg IJanlf. Reduction in Prices , IN China , Glassware , Etc. , At W.S. * Homer & Co's , No. 23 Mali ) st Council Hlutli , ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF MILLINERY , No. 328 Broadway , . . . Council Bluffs. Mrs. O. A. Rogers , Lale of the Parisian Millinery Co. , Manager. FINE - FRENCH - MILLINERY , 1514 Douglas St. , Omaha. W IMPORTED STYLES OPEN. atlio a Iniylnt ? a J ! Hat or Ilnnnot , ono faor will bo paid ; f 10 round til ] ) . FIRE IHSURHNCE \r\ \ \ irje follov/ing Companies : German American , of Neiu fork Pticenlx , * of Hartford. Hartford , * of Hartford. Californiaof San Francleco , Scottish Union < t National , oj Hilnbutg , Union , of San Francisco , State. * ofOet Molnef. Wllllamsburg City , ' of Brooklyn. Those marked with a * Insure also agnlntt Ion by Wind Storms , Cyclones and Tornadoes rnn SUE IN COUNCIL nun rs AND OMAHA ONEV LOANED ON- coo CITY AND 1'AKM I'HOI'KKTV A I1 L L. II ! X , ilnin St. , Council UltifTH , In. , ana 2011 S. 15th St. , Room 10 , Omaha , Neb. Manufacturer's Atrontfor tlin CALIGRAPH TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES Tents , AwninrrH , Rooflngr Shite , Man- tola , Plato and Window ( Jlas , Show cases , Elovatorx ( liana and hy draulic &c. In the city can be obtained \ > y patroaUIntf tlio HomeSlBam OEO , W. SCJnyDELn , Prop , None bit ? exjierlcuccd hands employed Out of town onlurd by mull or ex Hcltcd , and ivll work warranted. AND JOBBING QF COUNCIL BLUFFS. _ , U. I ( f hll'lUI. Mf/'I.J / WFV2X DEERi ; , WI'.I.l \ CO. , W linho ! ! , Agricultural linploaisntj , BuggUs , _ _ Cnirl-\ife , 1-te . 1 u- Council niufN. litwi kklSTONH MANVrCITRIXG 10 ? MnKo tliBUrlcliiiil nnd CoMiilolo | Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill A Press , COIIN siir.u.Kiis AND Kisnn c rrrr.iK Noo. Kail , iwi , l.vuntul tV)7 ) ( iniith Mnin Siroot , t\niiioll U.ii in , ( own " iAMl > ItKMM rv\fc CtC Mnmif'M mil Jo'iiiov of agricultural Implements.Yfagons . , Bn iass , rnn lne < - , nml ull UlnU , , | KHI-III Mnohlnorr. HW lo lilt ) South Mnln Street , Commit Itluifs. _ toniv _ /r.vf ; IMWU.KS. r.n. OI.IMSONT.Tfniirm < , ] ROviu oin7 1'ies Alt-cm. V.l'ioi.VMui. Pee \0ounsel. Council BluTs Handle Facljry , iiiMrpoinfi. ) M mifnctnror orxtc < , Tick. Sloilcn nnj Sraill . _ _ llniulloi , or < > \ urv ilo Dpi Ion. < Altl'KI * . COUNCIL Hl.n-TS CAHPKT CO. . Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades , Oil Clothi , Curtnlti Klituros , ( TpholMnry OooJa , Klo. No. 403 llrondwRjr Counnll llluin , CMAKS , TOHACCO , Kl\ * . PKKKHOY \ JtOOUK , Wliolcsnto .lolitiois In llio Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes Nos. SSMiUn iiiul 27 1'oixrl Sis. Council Illuirs , Town. COMMISSION : SNYDKH & LKAMAN , Frnlt and Produce Commission Merchants. No ItPonrl St , Council 'Huffs. I1AKLE , HAAS & CO. , Wholesale Oils Paints Glass Druggists , , , , UrufKlsts' Sundries. KC. Nn. 32 Mnln St , and Ko. 211'oarl St. , Council Illuirs O. W. 1HJTTS , Wholesale California Fruits a Specialty General Commission. No. 511 llrondwny , 1 llluffs. \VIRT & DUQUKTL'E , Wholosnlo Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries. Nos. in nnd 18 Pearl St. , Council HhilK O7IOCBK/BS. L. K1HSC11T & CO. , Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Alto Wliolosulo Llijnor nonlnrt. No. 410 IHouJ- wnj' . Council IlluTs JMttA'BSS. KTC. HKCKiMAN , STROIIHKHN & CO. , lliinu'noturon ot nnd Wholcsnlo Do ilerj In Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc. No. K5 Mnln St. . Council UlutTd , lown. , CAPS , ETC. MKTCALF I5KOT1IKUS , Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves. No = . ! ! 12 nml 311 Ilrondwnj- , Council HlulTs. HEAVY HAlWn'AHE , KEEL1NK & FELT , Wlioln nlo Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hardware , And Wood Stock , Council Illufffi , Iowa. - - -i 1) . 11. McDANELD & CO. , Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides , Tullow , Wool , roltB.Oroiisonnd i'urs Council llliitTa loivn. OILS. COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. , Wholcsnlo DcRlors In Illuminating SL Lubricating Oil ! ESTO. , H1TO. B.ThPOdoroAf ( out , Council llluira. Iowa. LUMUKlt I'lUKQ K'lV. A. OVKHTON A : ( x'O. , Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling , And llrlilicu Mutcrlnl SnmMnltlns.Wholosnlii Lum ber of all Kinds. Ollico No. IJO Mnlu 3t. , Council Hluirft. lown. JOHN LINDER , Wholcsnlo Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors Atfont for St. Gotllmiil'a fieri ) lllltcid. No. H MuluhL Council Illiilla SCHNEIDER & HECK , Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors , AtiCfK ) Main * t. . Council H'.ufi. ' Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards. . BROADWAY , COUNCIL HIUFFS , Opposite Dummy Depot , il 1X1 * > ! c3 - t r % P- r Horses and mules kept ooiihtantlv on hiinil , for Bale at retail or In cmr JoiidH-Or- dorfi promptly lUlod by contract on short notice. Stock Bold on flommhssiioij SIILUTKH \ Hoi.i.i. ProprloSra. Telopliono No 111 Konnorly of Keil Halo btaDles , corno st. uvo Hint 4th street. II E CHAMPION mill Thli rjilem U cntlioly now nnd Is 10 ilmplo tbjt wa will KUiirunluu lo tcucli you to ilruft miouoclullr In B ( uw liuuri' . y < iucuarti ft ll tUe pntluriii Ilial U nci < il il for th fumllrH U < uti ull gurmi'iiti wriirii bj liiclin.cntlliracii nnd cliliilrrn , ljidle unU genileaion. U trill co t 7011 notblnic until you hmo loamoil , llien you will wnul iliu Hltcr. We cliallrprfo comnutlllon. 'llio most ( uperleiicecl drosimakfri und tullori iicknowlelice IU ii ; > orlorUr. It Ir the Inventlun nfMnilumx Wnlkcr. n Hell known Krtnrli motlltle. U tellf rapidly und cooil ugcnU nmko mnner.VewantHrilclui ) uicnti uiaku liolil of UmuuiiltieM llhui. Wullko to miiko money und allow album to do no nl q , n ire < itfur llbcrfe ! trmi. Kor furllier Information cull or UJilr'i ( , MIIS.MAnV KAb'lllimiK.Uttii. Ayont. Uooniif.l'ntlitPlIoate , Council Jllult , lo * u. W. A. WO11K , 1'ioprlotor. B. HICE , M. D. , ° r otliurTumor * iomovo < l wltUout > are nnr ancers , bu kniroorJtuwlnif of hlood. ' ( ) v r thmr yc rn prncticaluxpe' No. 11 I'oarlHt , Council UlutfK. * '