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0 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 20. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE ,
SATURDAY MORNING , FEW , 20.
OFFICE , O. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Delivered fcr enrricr In nnrpnrtof the city nt
twenty cents per we ok.
II. Vf , TILTO.V. -
IliTfttNgcftOmcn , No. 13 ,
NIOHTKDITOII No. S3.
N. y.t'lnmljinR Co.
New spring goods at Roller's , tailor.
Guor roV. . Thompson & Co , , real estate ,
No , 105 Main struct.
J. W. A : E. L. Squire's abstracts are
Riving nouil satisfaction.
Prof. J. J. Rlloy , of UliicaRo , Is ex
pected to Icctnro licro to-morrow on
The Inncriil of Ilcrmnn Zopf is to beheld
hold this afternoon at 2 o'clock , under
the auspices of the Odd Fellows.
Squire's park addition is a sure invest
ment. 1'aclfic fivcnue will bo built up
with store buildings within n year.
The citv council merits to-nijht on im
portant business. The lovcu and the
Lake Manawa railway are to be con
Mary Chrisman , one of Texas' dusky
maidens , hud to be hauled m by two olh-
rcrs. She was sober enough yesterday
morning to contribute to the city treasury
and go her way again.
Ihodillorent real ostalo brokers last
nichtheld ameetingln thcollice of Smith
Bros. , next door to tlio BKI : olllco , for the
purpose of organization with a view to
protect their mutual interests.
Rev. T. J. Mackay is lo deliver a lec
ture in Bono's hall next Tuesday evening
on "Life in Leadvillo. " Ho was a resi-
doutof that city for some time , and his
experiences will doubtless form the baste
for one of the best lectures ever delivered
S. Farnsworlh , the casiiicr , yesterday
denied the report current that the First
National hank had purchased the prop
erty No.118 Broadway , known as the
Kiseman building , from Knnball it
Champ , and those gentlemen say the
prouerty has not been sold nor is it on
J. J. Johnson and another railwayman
had a glorious time cleaning out a dance
about a week ago. They h.ut so much
fun that they tried it again on a Main
Htrcct daneo Thursday night. Instead of
having their laugh last they took it first ,
for the police sooti had them behind the
bars. They paid for their fun .yesterday
morning , but were still quite sore.
Two well known citizens , one a pro
fessional gentleman , the other a mer
chant. were yesterday complained of for
throwing ashes in the street. The city
marshal is determined to have the spring
cleaning start in early , and be kept up ,
without respect to persons. Others
should take duo warning , as it cost cacli
of these gentlemen more for the court
than to have paid for carting away sev
eral loads of ashes.
The fire and police alarm was being
tested again yesterday. There seems a
determination on the city's part to know
that the Richmond system is all right be
fore they oven have a public test , or ac
cept the work. This is as it should be.
If the system is all right it can stand
frequent tests. If not all right the sooner
the city finds that fact out the better.
The tests thus far seem to be quite satis-
sactory. Some little adjustments are
necessary , but they are made so fast as
the needs are noted.
Anottier dreary day in the district
court. Tno cases assigned for yesterday
did not result in much business. Most of
them wore either settled or continued ,
and the others disposed of by some
motion. The jurymen did not get a
chance to show their ability in deciding a
binglo one of them. There never was
such a dropping out of the bottoms of
suits as during the past three weeks of
court. The court reporter has not got in
more than a half day's work , but lie docs
not worry , as ho lias got in all his pay.
V. H. Scott was put behind the bars
yesterday for assault and battery. He
begged the reporters to keep his name
out of the papers , as he had enough
notoriety before and wanted to discon
tinue such advertising. The last time hie
name went in , in connection with the
beating of u child. Scott made such
threats as to what ho was going to
do with the Bur that ins re
quest to suppress his name is this time
very willingly granted , especially as lie
says he has been arrested again by mis
take , tie having not been the one at fault ,
The largo safe , bought by the city o
Gronoweg & Sohoontgcn , was ycstordaj
being moved into the city auditor's of
fice. The safe is ho largo that it can onlj
bo got into the city building by tcarinc
out a portion of the north wall. Thii
novel way of getting a safe into tin
auditor's otlico was started vesterday
The smaller safe heretofore used by the
auditor is to bo taken to the city trcas <
urer's olllco. It does not follow that because
cause the auditor has so much larger safe
than the treasurer that the bills againsl
the city are so much greater than tin
amount of cash with winch to pay them
The city finances are getting in prcttj
healthy condition , The fact that there u
no vault in which to keep records ncces
Bitatcs more and larger safes. With tlu
building of the now city hall the vaul
will bo made capacious enough to furhisl
protection to these numerous document :
and records , the loss of which by lin
would be a serious one.
Shootings GJo at Goldberg's , No. 1 !
Star sale stables for mules and licav ]
At t'ao Pacific house you will save fron
60 cents to $1 per Uny. Try it and bi
Call and sea the stock of horses am
jiuiles at Star Stables before purchasing
Dr. llanchott , oll'ieo No. 13 Pearl street
residence , 120 Fourth street ; telophon
Electric door bolls , burglar alarms am
every form of domestic electrical appli
anccs at the Now York Plumbing Co.
Pacific house is the nearest hotel to th
majority of real estate oflices In the cltv
12.00 per day.
Best grades Iowa soft lump coal. ? 3 pci
ton at yard ; $3.60 delivered. C. B. Put
Co. , 639 Broadway. Telephone 130.
All orders from real estate brokers fo
job printing will receive Immediate an
careful attention at Pryor's BEE jo
When you are in the city stop txt th
Pacillo house , Street cars pass the < lee
every llfteeii minutes for all the depot :
Meals 60 cents ,
If you want help of any kind , eithc
temporary or permanent , call at tli
office of the American District Telegrap
company. No. 11 North Main street. IV
o phone 170. /
Star sale stables of Council Bluff
Tlio largest stack of horses and. mule
west of Chicago , which will bo sold i
wholesale or retail and satisfaction giiin
' antml. ,
When you want hose for ypur hydrau
n pump.lor.your cistern or well , call o
us.V.o keep'tho best goods , Cole
Cole- , Cooper & McGce's old stand , :
M'DOUGALL'S ' BLOODY DEEDS ,
As Told 'by Hia Wo , Who Says Ho ifi a
llorsothief and Double Mufderer.
A MINDEN SALOON CASE.
The Democrats PrcpnrltiR to Mnko n
City Ticket An Olil Hallway
1'ostnl Clerk In Trouble The
Denis nod Deeds of Dirt.
A Hard Itccord.
There was some further investigation
yesterday Into the case of E. McDougall ,
whoso arrest was told in yesterday's BEU.
From letters and other statements , cor
roborating the statements of the wife , it
appears that McDougall is ono of the
vilest wretches over caught. Jt appears
that the wife has had her life made a con
tinual torture. She is best known as
Mrs. Miller , there being few who know
that she was married again. Her first
husband was accidentally killed some
years ago , and she remained a widow
until three or four years ago when she
was married to McDougall. She claims
to have soon learned that she had bcrn
duped , and that ho was a villain , no
was hero only at intervals , anil oven near
neighbors did not know that she was
married to any such man. She says
thai she Icarnu'l the dark secrets of his
life , and since then has bcnn in constant
four lest ho should kill her for the sake of
silencing her tongue forever. Ho threat
ened frequently to do so , and she was
time and again tempted to tell what she
know , but was afraid , and she shrank
from thu notoriety which might bo given
her. The substance of her story is thaf
ho klllod a man in Texas , and an indict
ment is still pending against him thrro.
Later ho was at Fort Niobrara. and in u
difficulty with a halt-breed McDougall
killed his antagonist Ho was arrested
and taken to Yankton , but in 1881 he us-
caped. From correspondence had with
the ollicials there this statement seems to
bo corroborated. Besides these matters
ho is being hold on the charge
of soiling liquor without a gov
ernment licun.so , and is also charged
with threatening to kill his wife.
Ho evidently would have killed her had
ho not boon' restrained by tlio oflicors.
Shu says that not long ago ho tried to
loroo her to confess that she had been
guilty of intimacy with another man ,
and threatened her that if she did not
thus confess he would kill hor. She has
always berne a reputation above the
shadow of suspicion , and it is thought
that ho has been meditating for some
time an excus for some quarrel by which
he might kill her. Ho thought she had
told the officers of his record , and the
ether dtiy ho told her that ho had had a
notion ot owning everything uu to Officer
O'Brien , for the latter had told him that
she hud informed him all about it. As
Oilieor O'Brien had told him nothing of
the sort , it seems that McDougall was
foiling around to find out whether she
had thus put the officers onto his record.
Ho is now being held m the county
jail , and it looks as if it would be a long
time before ho again breathed the free
air. The circumstances arc being looked
up in detail , nnd correspondence is going
on which will soon result in either a con-
lirmation of the numerous reports concerning -
corning him , or showing him to bo u
much slandered man.
Another report is that McDougall is
wanted at Valentino , Nob. , for horse
stealing , but litllo attention will probably
bo paidto this , if ho is wanted in vwo
other places for murder.
Bargains in real estate at Johnson &
Vau Patten's , H3 Main street. List vour
property with them if you wish to soil.
Substantial abstracts of titles and real
estate loans. J.V. . & K. L. Squire. No.
101 Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
The Linnd Grants.
The following transfers of real estate
were yesterday tiled for record :
11 O Whipplo to L A Devlne , lot 0 , blk 03 ,
Matilda O Davis to Ella D Beck , tf lot 102 ,
0 p S2.4UO.
I'lat Herman liuordorf. to the nubile
pint lot 'J , Hteo's sub. Plulnvlew addition.
M E Boeliner to A B Walker , lot 4 , blk 7 ,
Mullens' ( i c SI.
C A llceDii to 1' O Whitford , M ol 10 acres
In swji ! ' . > . 7.1 , 43 , ( contract , ) 84,000.
Sarah wells to H C Pardoo , mvV nojf , 15 ,
75 , 43 82,000.
C 11 Vojieler to Anna Kadis , lot C. blk 13 ,
W \V lianthnrn to George Metealf. yt lot 7 ,
blk 4. Itlddln S4UO.
E Lautonvasser to O P Andeison , A lots 1
and 2. bile o , Cilmes'-Sav ) .
Thomas Mi'lcalt to A I'ratul. lots 8 and U.
blk 10. loto , blk 14 ; lot 10. blk U , Bryant A :
I A Miller to .John 11 Withrow , lot 4 , blk
J It Kii'o to Frank Cook , east part lot 4. 22 ,
74. 44-SWX ) .
0 Teloglor ot al to S. Theodore , lot 1 , blk
21) , Evorott's-S4CO.
M F Itohrer to TJ Evans , lot 8 , blk 5 ,
\V S Cooper to Delio F Watson , lot 4. blk
2 , Paik-S 1,200.
P Wahlgrecn to Anna Nelson , lot 10 , blk 7 ,
A B Walker to .1 P Evans , lots I and 2 , bh ;
11. Central , Q e-S200.
W M Croan to John C Turluine , oK lot 8 ,
S W Whcelock to A P Lancmade , lot 4 ,
blk 20 , Klddlu'8-S400.
O P Wlckhnm to J T Ilart , lot blk 13 ,
II Fair man to A P Langnmilc , lot 2 , bll >
20 , Kldcllo's-8400.
.J M Wells to A P LauRinade , lot 5 , blk 20 ,
J I ) Edimuulson tn.lohn C Teilumo , lot 9
blk 0 , Bayliss & P-S225.
II D works to A P Langmtule , lot 3 , bit
20. KdUle's--S400 ! ,
W A Maurer to ( ! W Thompson , w } swJi
nonotf ) 20 , 75,44 ; part so,1 * iiwjjf 110)4:20 ) :
H 1) Wicks to E A Kisser , lot 10 , blk 09
Kiddie's S200 ,
L. B. Crafts & Co. , are loaning monoj
on nil classes of chattel securities at ono
half their former rates. See them before
securing your loans.
Broadway lots for sale by Johnston &
Van Patten , No , 33.Main street. Als <
bargains in other parts of the city. Cal
' ami get prices.
A Serious Charge.
Something of a sensation in postal cir
cles was caused yesterday by the arres
of C , S , Crawford , who has been in tin
mail service for five years past , am
. whoso record scorns to have Deen abovi
reproach or suspicion. Ho has a wif (
and six children , and lives at No. HOi
J Sixth avenue. Ho is ono of the mat
' clerks engaged in transferring mail a
the Union Pacific depot , U is claimei
that yesterday ho attempted to cet awn ;
D with a registered package , The chlo
witness seems to bo Andrew Fellcntretcr
n comparatively now man in the railwai
service , who formerly worked for Beno
Follontrcter claims to'havo noticed Craw
ford have a registered package under hi
coat when ho started.for dinner , and d
tooting this-apparent attempt to make of
with tno paekusre , ho spoke to Crawfort
about it. Crawford delivered up 'th
i. package ntul requested that notli
s ing bo1 Eald about . it. Sue
.t is the outline ot thu C'IFO as statei
against Crawford. ' The information wa
sworn to by Postmaster Bowman , ' an
yesterday afternoon Deputy Marsha
Ttoutman made the arrest. Cfawfori
was brought before Commissione
Hunter , and the cast ) was .continued tint !
1 next Thursday. The bonds were hxe
I ut $2,000 , and these were promptly fut
* : . - . . " ' ' . . - . '
; nishe.1. Crawford Is ft middle-aged gen
tleman and is well connected. His
friends uro confident that the matter will
be cleared up so'asto fully vindicate
him. The registered package involved
is said to have been ono which came in
yesterday afternoon. Crawford had the
making up of this Wnbnsh mall , so that
it is claimed by some that if ho had the
package in his possession , it docs not
follow that ho intended to appropriate H.
Commencing to-day for ono week only
the Publishers'IJook Sale ofier the people
of Council Rlafl's and vicinity ono more
chance to buy books at publishers' prices.
Sale closes Saturday , March 5 , and no
goods will be sold after that date.
The democratic primaries are to beheld
held this evening at the following places :
First \Vard-Wics & Clausen's old
store , to .select seven delegates.
Second Ward City halt , to select eleven
Third Ward County auditor's office ,
to nominate a candidate for alderman ,
and select seven delegates.
Fourth Ward J. J. Rrown's building ,
Mam street , to nominate a candidate for
alderman and select cloven delegates.
The city convention to nominate a can
didate for alderman at largo is to be held
Tuesday afternoon at 'J o'clock in the
city hall. _
Rig bargains in books at Publishers'
Rook Sale for one week only. Sale closes
March o and no goods will bo sold after
Since the recent raid upon the Minden
saloons , Robert Kavcn has had the hardi
hood to start tip there in that business.
Yesterday proceedings were commenced
against him on information 'being tiled
by Forre = t Kinuey. Kaven was arrested
and taken to Pleasant township , whore
the case is set lor a hearing next Tuns-
Arch Cofl'mnn , of Avokn , was in the
city yesterday quietly looking tor < iood
chances to invest.
Al Swearinger , of Mondota , was in the
city yesterday arranging for the pool
selling at the races here this season.
Charles 11. Taylor has returned from
DCS Mo'mes , where he attended the an
nual meeting of the Iowa Underwriters1
Dr. Stillman , of tins city , is one of the
committee to examine the graduating
class of the homeopathic department ot
the .state university.
D. W. Archer lias returned from St.
Paul and Minneapolis , whore ho has boon
investigating the workings of difi'crcnl
motors for .street railways.
Judge Thornoll lias purchased for him
self a largo residence in Sidney , property
which if well located here would bo
worth ? 35,000. 'flic improvements are
said to have cost iJ.'i.OOO , but ho bought it
all for less than ? 1,8JO.
Don't wait until it is too late , for such
an opportunity to buy books will never
bo olfcrcd you again. One week only at
Publishers' Hook Salo.
MILT BARLOW'S MARRIED LIFE ,
Ilia Fatlior is a Mormon anil Ills AVIfe
Says Ho iH TryliiK to bo Ono.
Now York Star : Milton II. Barlow ,
the well-known minstrel , is now languish
ing in the cold atmosphere of Ludlow
street jail , having been placed there
tinder arrest at the instigation of his
wito , Mary CJ. Barlow , who" charges him
with running away with an actress. The
proceedings for divorce have just been
begun by the injured wiio in the supreme
court at Kochcster , through her attorney ,
Mr. Horace L. Bennett. In her com
plaint she sots forth that she was mar
ried to the defendant at Pans , Bour
bon county , Ky. , in the sum
mer of 1800 , and claims that
she was then an heiress with ti largo
amount of property which she inherited
from her father. She says that for three
years after the marriasc , her husband ,
who was then out of employment , and
with no moans whatever , was supported
by her out of tlio incumc derived from her
property. Their married life was happy
until 18(51) ( ) , when Mr. Barlow , who , like
Micawbor , had been waiting for some
thing to turn up , resolved to seek his
fortune and wont to Cincinnati , where lie
obtained an engagement as a leading at
traction in a variety theatre.
His career on the variety stage was an
unqualified success both artistically and
financially , but ho became cold to his
wife and shortly afterward lied to the
south with a variety actress named Liz
zie Whalen. Mrs. Barlow then had her
attention fully occupied with a young
Barlow of nine months , and for eight or
nine months she saw nothing of Mr. Bar
low , who finally appealed to his wife for
forgiveness anil got it.
It was at this time that the well-known
company of Barlow , Wilson , Primrose &
West's 'minstrels was formed , with the
defendant as senior partner. The suc
cess of this company was phenomenal ,
playing in alnio.it every city in the coun
try , and it is stated that each partner
drew $20,000 a year profit. This lasted
until 1883 , when , disagreements having
arisen , the partnership was dissolved and
two new companies wore formed. Bar
low made money still , but squandered it.
In Marcli last , his wife says , ho ran away
with Lillie Hall , one of the attractions in
a burlesque opera company now occupy
ing the boards of tlio London theatre.
The most curious part of this suit is the
fact that the mother-in-law of the plain
tiff , Mrs. Kli/.abeth II. Barlow , is work
ing againsl her faon in the interest of her
daughter-in-law , who occupies the game
house with her at Kochcster. In a lengthy
affidavit Mrs. Barlow , sr. . says that hoi-
son , although a most intellectual man , is
of very sensual hablts.in which particular
ho boars a strong resemblance to his
father , who in the year 1813 deserted her
to reside at Salt Luke City anil embrace
the Mormon religion , He stayed there
permanently and is still alive , but the
two Mormon woman with whom ho
lived and had seventeen children are long
Mr. Barlow will remain in Ludlow
Street jail until * 5,000 bail is furnished to
guarantee that ho will not leave the
It is rumored that the supply of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is not equal to the
demand. Druggists should prepare them
selves for all emergencies u.s the people
rely on them for this remedy.
No preparation could have made such
a reputation as Salvation Oil has , with
out intrinsic merit of the highest order ,
It kills pain. Price 85 els.
The Abolition or Sluvery in IJrazll.
St. James1 ( la/etto ; Tlio movement in
favor of abolishing slavery in Brax.il h
making excellent progress , despite some
discouragements. Long ago the legisla
f ture fixed the date by which every blavn
in the empire must bo freed , but the
chamber of deputies , actintr in opposi
tion to the senate , has lately nut n
strained interpretation upon certain ol
the clauses of the most recent law upon
thu subject , which will have the effect ol
delaying the latest day of enfranchise
mcnt a further eighteen months.
The Brazilian public has expressed
great indignation at this ill-advised ac
ij and , by way of protest , the recenl
progress ot 'the emperor through the
province of San Paulo was made the oc
casiou of liberating many slaves at tin
cost of the local municipalities , \\l\oi\ i
prominent abolitionist , .Senator Bonifach
of Santos , died recently , his native towi
honored his memory hy enfranchisint
; i'l the whole of the slaves within its juris
| diction. Herein Sautos-wns but followiuj
the example of the provinces of Conra
and the Amnzons. in both of which the
last slave was freed some years ago. The
slave-owners nro being fairly treated in
the way of compensation ,
Doils , pimples , hives , ringworms , tet
ter , and all other manifestations of im
pure blood are cured by Hood's Sarsa-
SPECIAL ' NOTICES.
Special advertisements , such as Lost , round
7olxinnFor Snlc , To , Hont , ftnntf , Bonrdlnir ,
etc.will tiolnsortod In this column nt tlio IO\T \
ratnof TEN OKNl'SI'KK LINK forthoQrnlnsor-
insertion. Lcnvo advertisements i\t our ofllco
No. 13 I'enrl etrcct , no r Uroadmir , Council
"IjlOH SALK-MucIo nnd sowing'nrnchTno"rtusr
J3 nrss , lOKOthor with small stock of linltdny-
jroods nntl wnll pnpor. ( lood town mid country ,
oooil locution , client ) rent , profltitble bttslnofft.
Invrlco f 1'JOO to 11,500. Would tnko jmrt In
Council Illulls run ! csluto. Addtesa A , L. Man
ning , IHinlun , Iowa. _
WANTED A mnn to tnko euro of horses nnd
do chorus. Muet bo well rocommcudod.
Address 1. X. , Council lllulfs. _
WANTI'.D Wooileawyors nnd conl carriers
to leave tlielr nnmea at thoolllcc of the
An.orlcnn District Tclogrnph company , 11 N.
l7ANTni-A good Klrl nt No.SJl Vine street.
V\7'AJ > TPO \ flvc room house , conveniently
T > nrrnnitcd forsimill family , near us JIOMI-
tile to t'aclllc house Address by letter , U. J. ,
TTIOHSAhK At n bargain. 28"i nero wllh line
J- ' Improvements , six inlloi oa t of Council
lllmr ? . I'rlcolnw nnd nil the tlmo needed. In
quire of T , W. Van J-'clevcr , Council Illulls.
FOll SALE If talii'ii this WCCK A Ovu room
housu on Filth avenue , near dummy
depot. The street , eldownlk and lot lllloil to
srnilp. 1'ricu $1,150. Knsjr terms. Address
Lot. lice olllcc , Council UtiilTs.
PUBLIC SALE !
COMMENCING 1'HIDAY. MAltCH 2.1TII , 1SS7 ,
I will sell nt my residence on Koir Crock , 10
miles cast of Council Illiills , my
KAH.M CONSISTING OF 00 ACKKS !
Well Improved , nil under cultivation ; 15J acres
In tumo KRifes : 1ms n line now rosldenco. con-
tnlnimr 11 looini nnd all modern ImpiovMiicnts ,
house costing $ TOOii. Also new linrn , IHixG ) ; two
llnllidny wind mills" , n Bcnlo house nnd t-calea ,
cuttle yards and water timRs ; n irond yotiiiR
hcnrltur oichiitd or apples inul smnll Iriilt0 ;
lu'iul ( 'f ' wood farm her c , cattle , IIOKS itinl nil
limn Implements icquiird to run u tlrst-cliias
t'nnu. Tciins will be made known on applica
tion , 01 on day of Billo. All partlns thlnklnir of
Investing me conllilly Invited to call and mnko
a pcmmal oMummitlon of the In nil nnd Im
provements. V. . WAltl ) .
W , C , STACY & CO ,
1O nwrti of fine Ittnfluiljotnlng the
city limit * on ilia rontl to Lain ; Man-
diva , only ten iniiuttc wall ; from the
inttln street car line , $ OOO j > cr < ierc.
22 acres ten rods from Jirouiltvay ,
, /itsi outside the city , $ : tnot > .
: t2 acres In the same vicinity ,
( ronylter land } , on'y $7 > > per acre.
r O acres on Itroatlway , inside the
city liinitx , caxt of Galc.ibtiry add ,
for , J5'.70O per acre.
T SH-JOO ac-cs on Lincoln ave , ,
corner of Franiilln. $1SOO worth
of improvements , only tfi4fiOO.
Lots on Main st. , $1XJ per font
Lots in Jll < ltllc'ssnb.tf , 'iO to$500
Lots in JHitlllne ; on tasy terms.
Cheap lots in every addition to the
Et@sidns@s in all Parts
Large List of Acre Properly ,
Business Property , Etc ,
Make your ( nveslmcntH now , as
property icill advance very rapidly
as soun as the "llnlldlny Jiaoin" oc-
W. O. STACY & Co. ,
Real Estate Brokers ,
Ab i ) , Main st , , Council lilti/fr.
O. B. ALLEN ,
EngineeromejorMap , $ , Publisher
No. 11 North Main St ,
City nnd county mu | > ior cltloi uud couutlei In
wcitern lowu.Nctmulcu iiuU Kuni.ii ) ,
II' . L. JtlGGN ,
Justice ofthe ? Peace.
No 501 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Collections a specialty , Refers to the Hce
D , H. .Mt'DANELl ) \ CO. ,
( j : tul > ll buJ 1S& . )
No. MO Ma'n Hlrcet. I I : Council Illuff * .
COMMISSION MimC'HAM'i'S ,
AND IIEAI.KIU IN
HIDES , TALLOW , WOOL , ETC.
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Ufllitue ; uior. l "aii ui reinedj Incur.
MW B io o'W " ' < " 1 U B MMOO fur
Novelties in cnch of our
several departments nre be
ing received daily , and at
prices that \\ill please the
We invite attention to our
rich display of novelties and
staples in our wash goods
department. Many of these
have never before been seen
in the west.
Lace , Stripes and
Upwards of 100 ele
u Combination and
Seersucte and Crinkles ,
In endless variety.
Early buyers will have the larger
selection and will secure the
is replele with an elegant stock
bought before the rise , and a3
they ure nnrlced nt old prices ,
consumers will get the benefit
of at least 20 per cent.
MusIinsLinensDaiasks , ,
Towels , Quilts ,
are all included in the aliove in
a vast assortment.
We call special attention to
our large and complete slock of
some elegant fabrics in Victoria
and Uishop Lawns , Plaid and
Stripe Cambric , Plain , Stripe
and Plaid Nainsooks , India Lin
ens , Swiss Muslins , dotted , fig
ured and plaid , a very nice se
lection for summer dresses. A
large line of Embroidered Robjs
We have received an entire
new line of muslin underwear ,
for ladies and children ; the larg
est and most varied stodc we
have ever shown.
We have received in our no
tion deportment a complete an-
eortment of Embroideries , Laces ,
Corse's , Hustles , Hoops , Gloves ,
Hosiery , Handkerchiefs , Ribbons
bens , Huttons , etc.
tvay , Council isin/fn. '
Mull orders promptly and care
fully attended to.
al Estate Rrnk&r
ill hvlfllw If 1 Mil I ? I
No. 39 Pearl street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
HAS OK SALE TO-DAY ,
Be URCEST List of PROPERTY
That can be sliown in tlie
E. W. RAYMOND ,
13 NOBTH MAIN STREET ,
First National Bank Building , Council Bluffs , Iowa
Vacant Lots , Lands , City Jicsidcnccs and Farms , acre property In
western part of city. All selling cheap to make room for spring stock.
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Jloom a , orer Ojjlccr < C J'nscy's bank , Council
M. F. SBARs S. F. SEA US
Uinnlni. Council Illulls
Taxes paid , loans made , rents collected , investments made for
PACIFIC HOUSE , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Korses § Mules
For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail
and in lots. Large quantities to select
fiom. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or do'iblc.
E , Council
N. fiCJJUJiZ ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office over American Express ,
Jt. 111U1S , M. J ) .
Cancers and other Tumors
Kernoved without the knilc or Drawing o
Over 30 vears Practical experience.
Nell 1'earl St. , Council IMuffs.
Star Safe Stables and Mule Yards
llroiulivuy , Council IllulTs , Opp Duminy Depot
, . , mules kept constantly on
hand , for sale t retail or in car loads.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SIILUTKU & BULKY , Proprietors ,
Telephone No , 114. '
Formerly of Keil Sale Stables , corner
1st. avo. and 4th street.
Ol'FICKK 05 I'UHKY ,
EsUbllSbod in 1637. v * .
The only Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a / >
And All Modern Improvements.
21.-5 , 217 and 210 Main St.
MAX M01tXt rrop.
i : . , y.
Justice oi the Peace ,
410 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refeib to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
JOHN V. STONB. J.U-'OII BlilJ
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
Practice in the State and Federal Courts
Uooms 7 and 8 SluiRart-Bcno lllock.
n.M.ir : IIUKKB. ( JI'O. W , HEWITT
BURKE & HEWITT
Attorneys at Law.
501 Broadway , Up Stairs ,
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha.
NEW IMPORTED STYLES OPEN ,
Ladies buying a 15 hat or bonnet , one fare
will be paid ; fie , lound trip.
Geo. S. Miller P. 1 1. Tobuy ,
Oflico NntJoiml Bank , cor. Maio
If 'you "Hot odtlmutoa or pluus for lirltlga
\\otfi , rounilutlcu , i cni , traalnf or ( survey
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