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( I THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THUHSDAY. DECEMBER 9 , 1880 , .
THE DAILY BEE.
THUHSDAY MOHN1NO DEC. 9.
OFFICE , HO. 12 , PEAKL STREET.
Dflimol l > r CMrltr In any part of the city at
tntnty ctntirir wcik.
II , TV. TILTON , . . . Manager.
TKU .r HONKS :
BrHKTH > Omc , Ko. < &
XJCHT Knnou No. 2) .
N. Y. ritimbliiK Co.
New "fall goods al lluitor'e.
Solid school slioos nt A'lnm'.s. '
Bargains in cloaks at Harkncss Bros.1
.7. Q. Amlorfon , of tlto Council Hind's
Insurance company , h planning to build
a 710,000 residence in the spring.
Warm ( nit slippers at Adam's.
Sonic sneak lldcf yesterday helped him-
telf to an overcoat in the Noola depot , it
being the property of I.V. . Scott.
Wigwam slippers , No117 Broadway ,
The Salvation Army is now drawing
filch crowds that this hall will not hold
all. and some have to leave without boinp
ttblc to even get standing room.
Warn felt goods at Adam's shoe store.
Tim fuurrnl of Hnwl C'olu , danglitcr of
Mr. and Mrs. 1C. C. Cole , will be hold at
their residence , Xo. ! JW : Avenue K , this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
RAH Myles Christmas slippers at Adam's.
Tlic justice courts arc dry now-a-days ,
so far as criminal cases is concerned.
The grand jury is in session , anil this ac
counts for I lie dearth.
Hraided straw slippers , Adam's ihoc
This evening the African Methodist
church is to give a social at the church
for the bcnclit of the pastor. Rev. Mr.
llrown. who is not only iinite ill , but is in
need of assistance. There should be a
generous response to the appeal for hel per
( or him.
New goods and Christmas novelties
already received and arriving at llark-
ne.ss Bros. '
Two Mahcr brothers were arrested yes
terday on the charge of having assaulted
nnnther young man named Curlcy , on
Oakland avenue the other evening.
Cnrlo.y was badly punished , about the
( ace particularly. Judge Ajlesworth is
to adjust the diilienlty.
Sre this largo assortment of rugs at
Ilarkness Urns. "
This evening the Baptist * have a supper
anil entertainment at their church , to
which all invited. A
arc pleas-ing pro
gramme lias been arranged , tempting
tables will bo spread from G o'clock on ,
various articles will be offered for sale ,
and an enjoyable time assured all who
Gents' mullliu-s , finest in the city , at
llarkuess Bros. '
J. A. Hamilton , of Naola. has attached
a large quantity of corn there , owned by
Charles Voarcy , of Chicago , on a claim
of f 15.000. About ir > ,000t corn was thus
fei/.ed upon , and the owner was yester
day preparing bonds for its release until
Hie case could be heard in court.
You can j-cemc a choice silk for Christ
mas at Ilarkness Bros. '
A motion was filed yesterday to dis-
iniss the eases btought against thcdrng-
gifcts and others holding permits to sell
intoxicants. The motion is quite Inngthy ,
and is thought to be strong enough to
knock tiie life out of the scheme in this
county to secure a large amount of
penalties for alleged violations of the per
The best caniul sweeper on earth at
It is a great deal oasicr for some mrn
to pay other people's taxes than their
own. It pays better , and thcyjoin hand ?
with those who delight in shaving city
warrants , in trying to get out of paying
their own taxes. The sympathy of the
public in 1101 with them in this effort , and
the city is to be congratulated on there
being so few of them.
The Iloyal Arcanum had a happy social
in the new parlors in Bono's block lasl
evening. This society now has one ol
the finest halls in the west , and they pro
pose enjoying it fully. They arc prepar
ing to lit up parlors and furninh all verj
nicely , and provide conking convenience ;
so that rotroshments cnn be served tc
parlies held in the hall.
One of the tax-kickers , who is seeking
to i Inivo the improvement bonds dcelarei
of no account , in order to escape pay
ing his share , has had several lucrative
contracts with tint city , and 11 even no\ >
trying to get the council toissno to hin
pnn of these very bonds tosettle up ai
indebtedness claimed by him. The alder
men do not .seem to bu in any hurry ti
Fettle with him in this inconsistent way
Those who are so IIII.MOUS that the lav
should not bo violated in the slighlcs
particular , would do well to turn thei
attention to that portion of Pierce stroe
which has gained such a notorious niinn
jis to damiige property in that vicinity
and canto a nnisanoc which has eau < -c <
decent people to shun that poition of tin
city. The authorities have been ver
lenient , considering that the law make
the owner of property responsible fo
the character of his tenants. Let tlios
who have so suddenly becomefnglitcnci
le t them is some technical defect i :
eonie ordinance , and on this account as )
to uo relieved from paying for improve
iminl" to their property , join in a clean
ing-up of that part of the city.
The Mueller I'renontn.
Below is a list of twenty presents whic
will be distributed on January 1,1881
among those who hold tickets.
Kvery . ' ) ( ) cent purchase entitles you t
KIIIS.T I'liiisuNT One large Music Bo :
SKCOND PKKSKXT One iino Lady Del
four feet high , -tiiri.OO.
Tumi * l'nisi.vrOnn : : Musical Clgsi
Holder , $15.00.
Poinrrii I'IIKSKNT One Musical Wini
Holder , * I'J.6 ( ) .
I'iFrii l'itisKNT : One line dressed Del
Jloy , .t8.00.
SIXTH rur.sKNT One line dressed Del
Snvr.NTii l'itr.KNT Oun fine lolfl,0i )
KIUUTII I'ttCaENT One Toilet Sot , $5.0
NINTH I'HKSKNT one Fancy "iVor
Uuskot , 15.00.
TK.VIII J'uKSKST One 1-nnoy Wor
Dnsket , $ .1,00.
KI.KVKNTH PUKSKNT Ono Odor Case-
TWELFTH PHUSKNT Out < Oilor Cnso-
TmiiTKKNrn Pitr.sKNT Ouo Toil
PKKSEKT One Bisiqi
- - Bisiquo ]
KIXTF.KNTII PIIKSKNT One Cup ar
ISauocr fl,75 ,
Sr.vi.vrr.KNTU : PJUSKNT One Cup ni :
-Kiriini.Yin : : PIIKSF.NT One Pair Va
KINBTIINTU : : PjscscNT Ono Statuary
Twr.NTir.Tit PHK&KSTOne Swiss Jlou
We hell our goods lower than any oth
JioiUo in the eitv and invite an iuspcct'u
of goods and prices.
Ml'KU.KU MUSIC COMPANY.
No. 103 Mam Struct , Council Blull's.
Denting stoves at cost to close tliciu 01
.W. A , Wood , No. fr04Mnin street.
Sec that your books are made b.r Mooi
* 4ouse Co. , i ooui l , Everett tlock.
TIIE SLOW GRINDING COURTS ,
A Kurder Gate , After Eight Years Pending.
FUNERAL OF JAMES COLBURN ,
Alleged Seducer Acquitted
A rtllininc At tlm Salvation Army
Notes lly tlic Ail-Around-
A Mu ty Murder Case.
An old case , n veteran , came up before
Judgu Loofbottrow yesterday. It is fa
miliarly known as the .Jones murder
case. The afl'itir occttrcd in 1818 , and lias
been hanging In the courts ever since.
The victim was Daniel Robert , and lie
was a neighbor of Jones in Hazel Dell
township. It is claimed that Jones shot
Robert , and on this hu was tried and sen
tenced to the penitentiary for fourteen
years. Alter being taken to the penitent
iary lie was rcjcascd , a new trial having
been secured. A changes of venue was
taken to Harrison county , and Jones on
the next trinl'was found guilty of man
slaughter anil sent to tlio penitentiary for
si'von yuars. Ho did not serve this sen
tence cither. having gained
u now trial. The ea c has been hang
ing alotig over since , and lie has been
out on bail. It was to have been tried at
this term of court , but by his attorney ,
Colonel C. II. Scott , a showing was made
bv which the case will go over for an
other term at least. The chief ground
for the continuance this time is the
illness of the defendant's aged mother ,
and her inability to appear as a witness.
The defense made by Jones to the charge
of Having killed Roberts , is in the lirst
place that he never killed him , but that if
lie ilid he was insane , and that if lie was
sane he was.juslilied in killing him. This
seems to coyer about every possibility ,
and Jones has thus far succeeded in con
vincing tlie upper courts that lie should
not bo convicted.
Millincrv floods at cost for ne-U 80
days , Mr.s.V. . J. Scolos , No. : WO , Broad
"l-Yencti C'ook" Direct l-'rom PnrK
Weatherstrips at Chapman's 105Main.
An clegnnl line of short wraps , new-
markets , etc. , cheap , to closn them out.
JOHN Biso : & Co.
Funeral ol'Jaincn Collmrn.
One of the saddest BCCIICS imaginable
was presented yesterday in the funeral of
James Colburn , who met with such n sud
den and horrible death in the Union Pa-
cilic yards. The attendance of friends
was very large , especially of lellow rail
way employes. There was not a road
but had its representatives , and there
worn fully twenty switchmen over from
Omaha , most of them members of lodge
No. 11 , Switchmen's aid association , al
though the deceased was not a member
of any order. At the hour announced , a
o'clock , the body was brought to the resi
dence , ] S'o. 1510 Tenth avenue , it having
been kept : it the undertakers' rooms
since the accident. The poor man was
so terribly mangled that it would have
been no satisfaction for any of the friends
to Irivo looked upon the remains , and
hence the casket was not opened.
The wife and children were
tliusd necessarily deprived of the
usual comfort of being able to look upon
the face of the beloved dead , nnd the
memory alone was left them of his face
and form as ho left Ills home on the noon
of the fatal day , on which but a half
hour of life was before him when ho
thus bade the dear ones good-bye. The
casket was covered with black uroad
cloth , the ornamentations being of silver.
The center plate bore his muno , while
one aboye it was engraved "Father , " and
ono below it "At Rest. " A silver wreath
adorned each end of the casket. A
beautiful lloral tribute , a large harp ,
composed of roses , laid upon thu casket.
The pall bearers were : tVilliam Arndl ,
Charles Arndl , E. Baldwin , William
Bachelor. L. Suit and P. Cody. The sad
services opened with singing "Swcnt
Bye anil Bye. " which was a tavor-
itb song witli the deceased. Rev.
Dr. Cooley read selections of
scripture , ami a portion of the eleventh
chapter of John. Ho made some very
sympathetic and helpful remarks , urging
the nccc-sity of nil to be prepared at all
time * for the coming of the grc.'U change ,
which must come to all , ana which might
pomn to others as suddenly as to him
at whose bier he was standing. He also
called attention to the tenderness anil
sympathy of Christ , and pointed out that
as the true source of help in the midst
of this great sorrow. In the prayer Dr.
Cooley delieati-ly touched upon tlic
sorrow of the family , and tlionghtfnll.v
offered a petition for the railway men
whoso employment led thenl into biicl :
James Colburn was born in Lyons , la.
nnd had reached his thirty-ninth year
Ho had lircd hero for twenty years , am :
was most highly respected and esteemed
by those who knew him as a man of faith
fulness and integrity. Ho had been mar
ried twenty years , and leaves a wife am
seven children , the eldest being sixteen
the youngest a mere babe. In familj
Hfo lie is said to have been unusually
happy , and the home was one f sun
hhino. The tondercst sympathy is felt foi
the mourning ones , nnd they will b <
kindly looked allcr by friends.
Dr. Hanehett. ollieoXo. 13 Pearl street
Residence 120 1-oitrtli street. Telcphom
goods Hiul Christmas Novelties a
Kirklaml's , jeweler , No. i-3 ) Broadway.
A linn , large line of the most nlrgan
watches , cliams , silvor'and plated wart
decorated China and glassware , Miitabli
for holiday and wiidilmir presents at ( J
B. Jacqiiemin & Co.'s ' , No. 27 Man
Waliuil'H Dirty GaHC.
Tli < ! Walnut seduction case has at las
rtiticliod a decision so far as Judge AyU
worth's court is concerned. The motio :
to allow the state to introduce furttic
evidence in regard to the girl's charactei
was yesterday overruled , and the dt
fcmkmt , McFadden , discharged. Th
chief question in the case was to th
chaste character of the girl before her a
legod seduction. That character havin
uuen shown up by the defendant to huv
been bad , the story of her ruin was cv
dcntly discredited by the court. It i
understood that an attempt will lip mad
to get the grand jury to examine into th
Substantial abstracts of titles and m
estate loans , J. W. A : K , L. Squire. N (
101 Pearl sucot , Council Bluffs.
"Krcuuh Cook" Dlreol Kroiu 1'urls.
Don't ' buy your new suit or ovcrro :
until you look at those ut Mutculf Bros
Everybody's store , good place to bu
goods. Xo. S'iU Main street.
Ijiiliorers mid Teainnters.
C. Shonfit-Id , wlia has had some of tli
largest railway contracts in this viclnit ;
and who is known beroasa most xucces
ful and reliable railway builder , In no
engaged in some largo contracts on tl
Southern Kansas railroad. He cuu gii
employment to a number of teamsters
and laborers , nnd those desiring employ
ment can learn particulars from n card
published in another column. A number
of those who worked for him in vcnrs
past have already joined him there" , and
others will doubtless gladly do so on
learning that he has employment for
Notice Opera house barber shop , bath
Fun nnd pathos Tuesday night ,
L. B. Crnfts & Co nre loaning money
on all classes of obnttcl securities nt one-
half their former rates. See them before
securing your loans.
Hard nnd soft coal , best quality , al
sJ7.es. Missouri anil Iowa wood. C. B
Fuel com pan v , otfO Broadway. Tele
Uiirbnuk in "Pat's Panorama. "
C. II. Bolter , of Logan , was in the city
Samuel Haas lias returned from n busi
ness trip to Wyoming.
Dr. I. S. Wood , a well known Loganilc ,
was visible here yesterday.
Mrs. T. S. Couch , and daughter , Lnur.i ,
have relurmul fiom an extended visit to
rolativcs in Wyoming.
11. C. Choyucy , of the Siuox City route ,
who has been so long and so dangerously
ill , is now on the road to recovery , and
it now seems that the most critical per-
iqd is past. This will bo glad news to
his friends who arc many.
( Jo to Masonic Temple and hoar the
dramatist , Burbank.
A few slvcs in RociiKhTti : : , UIIOA ,
Pmi.AUKU'iiiA , and HURT'S ladies' ( -hoes.
Cheap to close , for the next twenty days.
Clearance sale sign then comes do'wn.
E. E. ADAMS & CO. ,
No. 417 Broadway.
We carry the largest and best stock of
Musical Instruments , Music Boxes , Mu
sical Novelties , Toys ana fancy goods in
the city. Mi'iu.iu : : Mt'bir Co. . "
Don't forget Bnrbank Tuesday night.
Electric door bells , burglar alarms nnd
every form of domestic olnctrieal appli
ances at the New York Plumbing Co.
Weather strips at Chapman's 105 Main.
Mrs. Dr. I ) . Truesdoll , a graduate of
the Toronto , Canada , Therapeutics insti
tute , is prepared to treat all classes of
diseases "and demonstrate the curative
power of electricity1' in accordance with
n now and complete system of Electro-
Therapeutics , Electro-Magnetism and
Stntic Electricity. Femals diseases a
specialty. Located at No. ! 507 Broad
way , second lloor. Office hours ! ) n. m.
to 5 p. in. ,
Wo have a line largo line of Christmas
novelties that we arc selling cheaper
than over was known , also mnlllors , silk
handkerchiefs Indies' and '
, gents' gloves
clothing , line sealskin caps , etc.
JOHN BUNO & Co.
New de'igns in jewelry to bo seen at
Call for everything you need , bottom
prices , Everybody's store , 823 Main.
A gold wateli makes a pleasing present
for any lady. See those at Burhorn's.
Wall paper , shades , paints , etc. H. P.
Niles , No. 402 Broadway.
Stoves ! Stoves ! Stoves ! For the next
thirty days I will sell heating stoves at
cost for cash only. P. C. DiVer .
Stamping and full varictyjof embroidery
materials. Mrs. II. P. Niles,402 B'dway.
Novelties , as well as all other .staple
goods , in silverware , to bo found nt Bur-
iorn's , No. 17 Main street.
Five hundred overcoats for boys nnd
hildrcn , from * l.liO up.
Mr. Thomas Green and Mr. ( Seorge
Green , of the linn of Thomas Green it
Sons , the Grcendaie pork packers , re
turned j'e lcrday from a trip across the
briny. They lett here a liltlo over three
months ago lor a visit to old England.
They hada very enjoyable time , and re-
'urn much improved in health.
This will be the r cek for barg.-itns. Our
entire line of bhawUat 5 per ct. discount.
Way down to close out. They must be
cold. We distance competition in qual
ity of goods nnd low pi ices , is the
verdict of any customer.
Rfnntiflirtnt'crs arc aili' < incln/prlcct
Then never waft so low , ami can
not so remain. Our stock In laryi
and pattern * choice. 1rices will IK
unchanged ivltlt us for len days.
At a Bargain.
Stock largeand'we are
bound to sell it out.
Call and see our goods
HARNESS BROS ,
401 Broadway , Council Bluff !
N. SCHTTRZ ,
Justice of the Peace
Office over American Express.
BICE , M. DM
Or other Tuiuon rcinovcJ ulthou
tba knlfe.ordrawinr of blood.
Orr tbnty yeark i < ntuticul > ipirl nco.
Me. 11 Pearl Bt. , Council UlutTa.
TWENTY GRAND FREE GIFTS
To Be Given Away 87 Henry Eiscman &
Co.'s People's Store.
TO THE LUCKY TICKET-HOLDERS
On JnnnnrjIfitli , IH87 , ConslBtlnj ; of
Furniture , Clilnnwnrc , Clotlilnc ,
lllftiikcts , Table liliicn , N'otloiiv ,
Money , Silk Drews 1'nt-
u , IHc. , Ulc.
For every Iwo dolhir's worth of goods
purchased , yon will receive a coupon
ticket , good for one clinncc in the follow-
intt Grand Piesents to be given away by
us on January lolli , 1887 :
riUST J'UIXF.-One suite of Parlor
Furniture , ediisis'.iiiK of sofa , tute-u-tcto
nnd lour grand easy chairs , nil npliol-
stored iu assorted shades of cleRnnt silk
plushes , worth tl55.
SKCOX1) I'lUXK-Ono MahoRony Hcd
Room Suite , consisting of IScdstcad ,
Dresser and Wash Stand of elegant linlsli
with beveled glass , worth $100.
THIRD IMUZK-One of the very best
six-drawer Niukcil Plated Domestic Sew
ing Machines. The very best machine
in the United Stales , worth fOo.UO.
FOURTH I'KIJiK Twenty yards
( julnett best gros grain Hlnck Silk , cost
? : ) ,00 per yard , worth ifGO.UO.
1'JFTH PRl/K-Oue elegant Seal Plush
London Dyed Cloak , to be made to order
to lit the lucky ticket holder , worth if 00.00.
SIXTH PRIXE-Ouc pair of the finest
White 151ankcls made by the I'ionccr
Woolen mill , of California , worth $10.00.
SUVEXTH PRIXE-Onc Ucautifully
Decorated Dinner and Tea Set , consist
ing of one hundred and forty pieces ,
EK'.HTH PRIZE An Elegant Seal
Skin Muff , worth $30.00.
X1XTI1 PRIZE- very iinc Paisley
Shawl , worth 105.00.
TENTH PRIZE- One Angora Heaver
Shawl , worth $ : > 0.00.
ELEVENTH 1'RIXE-Ono Gentleman's.
Suit of Clothing , made of imported
Worsted , guarantewt a line fit for the
winner , worth f33.00. !
TWELFTH PRIZE A Gentleman's
Fur Beaver Overcoat , worth $30.00.
THIRTEENTH PR1RE One Doy's
Overcoat , for a boy between the ages of
3 and 1(3 ( years , to bu chosen by the lucky
party holding the ticket. Worth $15.00.
FOURTEENTH PRIZE-Ono Boy's
Suit , for a boy between the ages of 8 and
.0 years , to be selected by the winner.
FIFTEENTH PRIZE-Ono Elegant In
put's Cloak , worth $10.00.
SIXTEENTH PRIZE-One Elegant
Brass Parlor Table , worth f 10.00.
SEVENTEENTH PRIZE-Ono piece ol
)0 ) yards "I'ruit of the Loom" muslin ,
EIGHTEENTH PRIZE One half
do/.cn of the very best Celebrated " ( Sold"
white shirts , of which we are the exclu
sive agents , worth f'.l.OO. '
NINTEENT1I PRlZE-One Fine Silk
Muiller , worth $5.00.
TWENTIETH PRIZE-Olio Linen
Table Set , consisting of Table Cloth and
a Do/.en .Napkins worth ? 10.00.
TWENTY-FIRST PRIZE A Ca li
Present of a Twenty Dollar Gold Piece.
Total value of presents , $900.
With every $ ' 2 purchase you receive a
ticket , also a ticKet for every additional
$2 purchase you make.
Hold your tickets until January loth ,
1887 , when the fortunate numbers will bu
announced and invited to call run ! re
ceive their presents.
Yon have to pay nothing extra for yom
purchases. Wfi guarantee to soU you
goods cheaper than any oilier house in
the west , and by.s't ' stock to select from.
All orders by n < ail will receive prompt
attention , ami tickets for the frc (
gift distribution will bu forwardci
and enclosed with your purchases , tin
same as if you were present in person.
These distributions will be made will
every fairness , and you may depend on ii
that the lucky numbers only will receive
Ko tickets will bo issued to the em
ploycs of our house.
Customers only will rt'eeive the bene
Call and sec the above mentioned pros
cuts now on exhibition in our immunotl
store and convince yourself.
IlEKHY ElSEMAN & Co. ,
People's Store ,
Noa. 314 , 310 , 318 and 320 Broadway
TAKE NOTICE !
You have but a few days' grace in which to
Carpets , Curtains , Rugs ,
Window Shades , Etc , ,
The UNHEARD-OF PRICES
Which we are" now making. Remember that
we are shortly to make a change in the firm ,
and wish to close oiit our present stock before
Council Bluffs Carpet Co. ,
No. 405 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
. * WILLIAMS , -
n's furnisher ,
506 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Loodipg Sbylas and ImporbatiopB @ ° Pskanbly Dp
14O6 Farnam Street. Omnhn , Neb.
Farming Lnnds in Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and ranging from $5.00 to
f 10.00 pen acre. School and state lands in Minnesota on 80 years' time C per
cent interest. Land Buyers , fare free. Information , etc. , given bv
No. 555 Broadway , Council Blull's , Iowa , agent for Freulriksen & Co. , Chicago.
1'nllj Kiiiliiicd ] ] N'ormiil nnd Coimnoiclnl . Duinirtinents Tuition Hooks , lionrd inul
Hooins nt Kciisunublu Jtntcs. Xl ht School During tlic Wlnti-r.
S. i-'U"iLjSO2Sr : , root.
TELEPHONE RB n
I OB ,
Iq lh.6 following Companies ;
German American , cf titut l'e A
Phcrnlx. ' of Hartford ,
Hartford , " of Hartfoid ,
Callfornlan , of San Franclico.
SiCttieli Union & National , of Edtnbuig ,
Union , of San franclsco.
State. * of DCS Values.
WllllamsbJrg C/ty / , of Brooklyn.
Thou marked with a" Insure also against loss by
Wind Storms , Cyclones ana Tornadnes
TOn BALE IN LOL'NCIL
ONEY LOANED ON ooon CITY
It AM ) P\RM ITlOl'hKTV A'l LOWISP
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JOHN V. FTONE. JACOII SIMS
STONE Sc SIMS ,
Practice in the State and Federal court *
Booms 7 stud 8 Shiitfurl-Beno Bloik.
gppcliil advertisements , such BS Lost , Fo-.inil
7oJ.Oin , Tor Snlc , To Iti-nt , V > an . IloarUlinr ,
etc. , will hniiiportod in thin column nt the lotr
ratoolTKNCUNTS 1'BK I.INU forlhollrbi Inser-
Ion nnd Klvot > ntirerl.lrioforc cliiiul > suiUfmt |
Insertion. I.caro iidvrrlltoinriits nt our onion
No. K 1'cul etiuct , MM Urondny , t'ounvll
ANTKD A lhtt-'IiiB ( clmniliiTiuuld nt the
W Ogilou lioufo.
100 liiboiiTl anil M ) tenniRlcrH to
WANTKD thu Sonthni n KunbUH rnlliond In
the rndlnn UTillory , < > inllos fouth ol Klnirn ,
Kniifns The IHI-O from KutmRS City to Kiown
IslH.IKJ. lljtuhliiK a roiTl | > t or the ajront at
KftiisaHCHy , In ihn imtnoof C. Bhcnlli'lil. 11 ro-
biitu of tr > .ta will DU nllowcd by the conirnetor.
\Vniec f30 per mouth Hiid lioiud to the ICBIM-
Btors.nnd $ l. . " > 0 per duy to HIM Inborem. llonnl
13.59 iinr work. Work will lust two yeitrn.
Cioodroik for winter. Tor fnrthnr IntoraiB-
tlon nititia s C' . Hlii'iitlold , Klon-n. K'nntns. Hif.
cicncc , Jutllco N Bchnr/ , Council I1UU1B. _
' - uoll r. No 14
1'cnrl street , under public lllirnry nnd ruuti
door to lipo olllcii. forniorly ovuiiiucd by u * .
Hnyder A Louinnn , No. 'ft I'oHrl 6t eel. _ _
Oil SAI.K-oTlU-nt Store btilldlne , ' 0x60 ,
F two ftorlon , lot 25xli3 , stiiblet , rta. on
preniItL'8 in cunlcr of Liihlnush portion or linn-
cock , IB. Address William II Hnller , Ntiols. In.
OK HENT A now t o itoryTrnmo houpo
contninliiire rooms tiulland cellar under
entire house , on N , K. corner Avenun t nnd
I.ittlo Curtis ttri'et. Only 7 blocks troin Do-
hnny'B opera liouiu Cell on M , 1' . Jtohrcr , at
rOJ Slnm Btreot. ( up-ftulrs ) . _
AiTKI--A cottUHO ol nro or fix room * .
located convenient to ImelnrF * , ; i-iiiHll
faiuily , no children. Addict * "Uibpy , " Hue
\\TANTKD-lioj-i lo wire IBK by tbe thou-
it innd. Apply at llec olllcc. _
WANTKD-A boy witb pony to cerry Uce
paper * for sale t tbu Dee
ANTKU I'artlci Intending to be married
are wauled to call ut tlio Pryor'i Uce job
oltlco to select their wt'ddlnjr cur us-
FOl'.NIi A bunch of k > e. Onner can lm\o
by uppl/lnv to lice oltlce.
_ _ _ _ _ _
"IJIOL'NU- CUick on binuhn Imnk. Ovfner
Jran ba\ecumu tiy | > pJliib' ] to llto olcct ,
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA ,
nb liflifd JES
Of G. MAYNE ,
Al 5th ! st. and llth nvc. , ami M. Galta-
plicr's store , Lower Broadway.
MELVIN SMITH & CO ,
fWKON & GO ,
fibst acts of Title , Loan and Real Es-
tati Broker J , Ho. 236 Main St.
Ilitrliifi pin'i'jHisrtl tlic "most relia
ble < iltnli'iti't Iwokti In this count/ ! , "
Icnoivn < m Ilic "Mi'AIulutn Aliatiw.t
linttliti , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
u'tturemtHf i > t'i'inn'riHo/'ni'-
Hlxli utniiructs nnd ivnin'clf'tiltH s < > -
llftt Ihi' iHttromiifcof all tltoxc itculf-
hiff correct tih < trni'lft of title ttt land *
and loin In I'utluwanmiilc. county *
SMITH & CO ,
NO , 236 MAIN ST. , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Horses and Mules
For all jnirjiosek , boii lil and told , at retail
and in lots. Laigc quantities to select
f 1 01 n Several pairs of fine diivert. , sin
gle or do'tble ' ,
MASON WISE ,
Council 13 lull's.
Star Sale Stables and Mule M ,
BROADWAY , COUNCIL HUT ITS ,
_ , _ _ _ _
Horses and inuli'S kept eoiibtantly on
Intnd , for sale at retail or in car Joudx.
Odcrs promptly filled l > v contract on
bhort notice Stock sold on commission ,
SilM'TKiii * Hoi.Kt , I'ropriulorB.
Toluphuno No. 114.
Formerly of Kcll Halo Stables , corner
Ifct. ave and 4tli btruet. _
FINE - FRENCH - MILLINERY ,
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha.
NEW IMP011TED STYLES OPEN.
I.udtrs b uyinj ; a $5 lint or bpnnct , one fni
\vill Lc paiJ , fie , ivund trip.
THE BEATON JOEL CO
Will supp'y you with a cleaner auJ belle *
Than any one in the city. A Itial will con
No 02S Broadway. Telephone 110.
WHOLESALE AND" JOBBING
COUNCIL BLUFFS. *
DEEH13 , WKLLS & CO. ,
/gricuitiiral Implements , Busies ,
Cm-Hapcs , lite , lllo. Council lllulTs , low * .
KEYSTON 01 AX UFACTUIUNG c6T
Miinufnutnrorsof nnd Uoatoiiln
Hand and Power Corn Shelhrs ,
Anil nKenoinl line or flrst cii ! ? agiicultuiul
Kos. UOt , 1WI , ISOMind I.VI7 ? oiilli Main Strut ,
_ Council IliUIT , ) OW . _
DAVID BUAW.KY Je OX ,
Mnnuf'isnmt Jobbers of
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
Carriage * , and nil MmU of F rm Mnohlnerr.
1100 to 1118 South Mnln Street , Council Ulnrft
low * .
COUNCIL BMJFFS CARPET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades
Oil Cloths Curtain Flxturoi , Upholstery Goo
Ktc. No. 105 llroaJway Couuull r "
CIOAUS , J01UCCO. KTC.
PEREGOV & MOORE ,
WuolesMo .lobboi-ii in th
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco S Pipfli > 4l
Not. CSMaln uitd 27 1'oailSls. Council Ulaffe.
SNYDKK & LKAMAN ,
Fruit andProdace Commission Merchants.
' . C/J4 nndU'G 1'cnl St. , ( . 'ouncll lllufl ? .
HAKLK , HAAS A : CO. .
Wholesale Drnggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
B * Sundries. Ktu. No. ? ' Main St. , and
No. Ill 1'onrl St. , Council Itluire.
HI > 'ITS.
O.V. . HUTTS ,
Wholesale Californii Fruits a Specialty
General Coinml sion. N'o. Sli Ilr iulwu7 ,
Wholesale Fruits , Confectionery ,
Nos. lOitnd 18 1'unil St. . Council IlluffR.
JMK.YESS , K7U
BECKMAN , STROHBEHX & CO. ,
Jlnmi'nctnrcrp of and Wholutalo Doiili-riln
Leather , Harness , Saddlary , Etc.
No. 625 Main Ht. . Council ItliiOta , Iowa.
/M7'5 , CAPS , KTC.
MKTCALF BKOTHKHS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Gaps and Gloves.
NOK. 1112 nnd 311 Hrnudwiiy , Council lllulTi.
KKKL1NK & FHLT ,
Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hardware ,
Anil Wood Slock , Council Illuirs , limn.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wliolcsiilo IH'nlurs In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils Ga ll3i
E3TO. , BTO.
l , Uounuil Illiitfj. Iowa.
A. OVE11TON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumbar , Piling ,
Amlllrlilpu Material Sippl | lll'1sWliolmal Lum
ber or all ICIinlH. DIDiMi N'o. IM Main dt ,
Council Illulld. Joiva.
JOHN LINUKll ,
Imported and Domestic Wiuss & Liquors
for SI. fiotlhaid'H Hurl ) llllte'ij. No. U
MninSt. L'ouni'll lllullt
SCHNKIDUIl & BKCK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
L. KIUSCHT & CO. ,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers
No. ill ; lliou'lHny ' , found !
Tlic only hotel in Council Blurt's , having
Anil all mo 'crn ' iinprovemunts.
! il5 , i17 ! and 210 Main at.
MAX MO JIN , I'rop.
Reduction in Prices ,
China Glassware Etc.
, , ,
AMV.b Homer & < Vs , No aa Mam it
Council Jilull'5 ,
.luiirmilii , < oiinty HIM.
Ilitnli Woi-li ul AH liiiMlkuSiicc.
Prompt Attention jo Mail Orders
STOREHOUSE & CO.
lluom 1 Uvi-rct Blouk , Council Blufls
l'ajra ) Ubcil All tylos ol
! ii in Magazines ami
U. II. National llunlr , M. R. fl.nllb 4 Co ,
OKI/cub' llnnk , HenriWulU i Co. , i
tlrtlNatloiut llnnk , li II. Iniuttnua ( M. , \
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