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THE OMAHA DAILY BEB' ' : MONDAY , MARCH 28. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , NO. 13 , PEARL STREET.
Delivered by cnrrier In nny r"rt of the city at
twenty cents per week.
B. W.TILTOK , . . . Manafer.
BrfliKiPfl Orncc , No. 43.
HIOIIT EDITOR No. 23.
N. Y.Plumbing Co.
Now ( spring goods at Roller's ' , tailor.
George W. Thompson &Co. . real estate.
Union Veteran Legion meets to-night.
Additional Council 1)1 ) nils news on the
Five drunks were jailcil Saturday night
See W. C. Stacy & Co. , No. 9 Main , for
bargains in real estate.
Miss Mollie Corcoran , dressmaker , No.
714 Mynstor street , between Seventh and
A council committee is investigating as
to the advisability of the city scauring n
sweeper , and have a systematic street
The hody of the unfortunate Willie
Lccf , who was killed in the accident hero
Thursday night , was yesterday taken to
his homo in Ogdcn , la. , for interment.
Charle Allen is ngaiu on the police
rrglstor as having been arrested , this
time for disturbing the peace. Ho put
up a watch as sceiiritv. Justice Schur/
will probably not let nim off as easily us
ha has been dealt with heretofore.
The city council has decided not to
grant the request of the city marshal for
60 cents extra for every cow he im
pounds. The nldcrmcii believe that if
the city saves the pence the pounds will
tasc care of themselves. Perhaps they
will , but in thin case perhaps not.
Council Ilull's ) holds a strong hand.
She has both high und low lands , geographically
graphically und financially. If a person
wants to buy picturesque , high-grade
homes among the glens ami blull's , this
city can supply him just the sites. If one
wants cheaper , level lots , low-grade , ho
can find them hero. Council Bluffs has
high , low and the game anyway.
"Nancy & Co. " will entertain a largo
audience at Dohany's to-night without
doubt and they deserve a crowded house.
The Now York World says it is "a run
ning river of fresh merriment , " while
the New York Tribune puts it as "fi
dazzling picture in winch frolic \m\ \ ( \
laughter abound. " The Now York Her-
aid nays "tho audience touched , themselves -
solves tired. " Go and , gco "Nancy &
Co , " und enjoy a gooxtlnugU
In this world docs ft tircil man so mucfi
good as a hearty Ju K1i. it may be an
odd grimace or un odd remark which
makes him. laugh ; so ho laughs right
vigorous he is all the better for it. If
I ne ci * ? ! be kept laughing for two or three
\ CnHceutive hours , until he fairly aches ,
i- he has found the panacea for half the ills
: ' ; of business life.
Clerk Shea has to decide to-day
whether to issue the writs of injunction
closing the saloons , in accordance with
the oriier of Jutlgo Thornell. If he is-
ties them ho shows contempt for Judge
Ayleswprth , who has issued an Injunction
forbidding him from issuing the writs. If
i ho fails to issue them Judge Thornell will
. - bo hero to-morrow morning to attend to
[ his case. It is whispered that the federal
court is expected to issue some order in
the matter to-day , so that there may bo
presented the interesting spectacle of
llivon rnlirls warring nmong tUaruaolvan
ms to what had bettor bo done in regard
to the saloons. The clerk spent yoster-
dav in solemn meditation over the diffi
culty of trying to servo two masters , and
wondering which he should cling to. His
position is one of perplexity.
Shcrradcn is still making cabinet pho
tos at | 3 per doz , , best finish. Crayon or
India ink life size pictures only flu. By
F. M. Woodward , artist.
Electric door bolls , burglar alarms and
every form of domestic electrical appli
ances at the New Yojrk Plumbing Co.
J. W. & E. L. Squire make beautiful
abstracts of title , and deserve the success
they are enjoying.
For acre property , residences and busi
ness property call on > V. C. Stacy & Co. ,
No. 0 Main street.
Cull and see the stock of horses and
mules at Star Stables before purchasing
t II. M. Wilbur is in the city.
A. Hcitchen , of Anamosa , is an Ogdcn
V. Hinricha , of Carroll , is at the
George Bostwick , of Chicago , is at the
J. E. Townsend. of Chicago , was at the
W. T. Joyce , of Lyons , was a guest at
the Ogdcn yesterday.
W. B. Lnnnls , of Grand Island , was at
the BochtOle yesterday.
Mrs. Jacob Sims yesterday returned
from a pleasant visit to friends in Wai
Mrs. J , W. Chapman has returned from
visit to friends and relatives in New
Mrs. P. Hoover , nee Miss , Dasic Phillips ,
now of Ualesburg , Ills. , is the guest ol
Miss Lizzie Brown.
W. H. Whitnfore and wife , of Downs ,
Kan , have returned to their homo aftoi
a visit to their relatives , Mr. and Mrs ,
J. H. Kintz , of Marshalltown , who has
boon spending the past two days in the
city with with old friends , starts out on
the road to-day.
Mrs. C. D. Boyd loft last night for St
Paul on n visit. She was accompanied ac
far as Sioux Cty by her husband , who
travels for the MeClurg cracker com
pany. _ _
Wanted a ( rood dressmaker and twc
apprentice girls at Mrs. D. P. Haydnn'i
dressmaking parlors , No. 720 First av
Money to loan on real estate. Counci
Bluff * Real Estate Loan and Trust Co.
Boom 9 , Everett block.
Star sale stables of Council Bluffi
The largest stock of horses and mulct
west of Chicago , which will be sold a
UK wholesale or retail and satisfaction guar
SB- anteed. _
Star sale stables for mules and heavi
Dr. Hanchctt , oflicoNo. 13 Pearl street
residence , 190 Fourth street ; telophoni
Hoofing , Furnaces. Quick Meal ( Jaso
line Stoves , elegant line of Builder'
Hardware , Pumps and anything yoi
need , at lowest prices. Cole & Cole , 4
Contractors and builders will find it ti
their interest to got prices on lime , ci
pent , plaster , hair , etc. , from Couno
filufls Fuel company , 639 Broadwa
Garden hose 80 to S5o per foot at
York Plumline company. Every fee
J. G , Tipton has bargains in real cstat
In all parts of the city. Office No. 63
THE BUSY , BOOMING BLUFFS ,
The Now Shingles Appearing In All Parts
of the City.
MORE PAVING AND GRADING.
Footllght rinshcn Breaking Up n
Foul NoHl Siualblc | Over Pass-
Ins Postal Clerks A Sailly
AV recked Girl.
There Is a large demand for dwelling
houses in this city. Never before have
small tenements of from four to eight
rooms been so scarce as now. Yesterday
a lady entered the BIE : oflicc and stated
that she hail been house hunting for
three days ; could not find a six or seven
room house in the city and thought she
might learn of ono by applying at a
newspaper oflico. There is a grand field
for tenements , that is houses that are
put together in good shape ; those that
would rent at from $15 to ? ! JO per month.
There is not a real estate oHlce in the
city out of the forty odd that do not have
daily inquiries for desirable resi
dences for Email families. It
is true that several persons
are on the cvo of building a number of
houses , but there is room for many more.
Many a family is now occupying a small
house and paying $15 to $20 for it when
they would pay $ 'J5 or | 80 for a house
tiiat had u few of the modern eonvonien-
icnccs and be more contented. There
arc ff w ways to invest money where the
returns arc so great sis in building resi
dences to rent in Council Bluffs. Nice ,
small dwellings in this city pay a large
interest on the investment and the bullu-
iug of this class of houses will bo the
means of compelling the owners of the
shells that rent for $ ' . ' 0 to ? 30 per month
and thai are ne'e worth , as they stand in
many instances more than $3.00 to $3.00 ,
to put up more respectable and tenantable -
blo houses. Monicd men in the cast who
can only get a small percentage for their
money could make fortunes out of small
investments if put into desirable houses
in this city.
" 1 wish I had the capital , "
said a , gentleman yesterday , vrlio
has , just returned from the
Ino east , "I'd put up just such a row of
Wollings as I saw in Washington. They
re made of pressed brick , contain eight
oems each , have bath rooms , hot and
iold water , stationary ranges and heat-
rs , gas , inside shutters , fine cellars , nice
> ack yards , beautiful lawns , FOUIO fifteen
cct wide and parking ; all this for $20
Mir month. This row of houses is located
on both sides of F street in Washington ,
ind is called 'Sherman Row. ' Tlicso
louses cost only $3,000 each. If wo only
lad a row hero a block long and on ono
side ot thn street they could be rented for
'rom $30 to $35 per month and would
iring in a large interest on the invest
ment. Such is what some enterprising
capitalist should erect in this city , and
10 never would bo sorry for the invest
One cannot imagmo the amount of
activity going on in building unless a
Irivo is taken around the city. The ma
jority of houses now going UP are of a
small nature , principally houses of three
: o live rooms and ranging in cost from
P."i00 to $1,000. It is estimated by a gen
tleman who docs a great deal of riding
ibout the city , that at the present time
.hcto are l tUa la out r > ; ilr.ll Intion ItOO
IOUSCH of this class in course of erection
besides some twenty that will cost from
$1,500 to $2,000 each.
A gentleman having occasion to go
toward the transfer on a business errand
yesterday wont down ono street and
came back on another , and during his
walk counted thirty-seven new houses in
course of erection.
Samuel Pardoo is putting up a $1,20C
John Hardin of Avenue C is putting
up a $800 houso.
W. W. Dearborn has about completed
a $3,000 addition.
Frank Glass is erecting a line tenemcir
on Mynster street.
Henry Knophcr is building a $3,00 (
house on Avenue B.
C. H. G. Vogcler is building a $3,001
home on Avenue F.
P. H. Wind , the carpenter , is putting
up five now houses.
Gus Bergman is to erect a $3,000 liousi
on Oakland avenue.
'Squire Biggs is putting on a $300 add !
tien to his residence.
W. I. Gibbon is building a $500 housi
on North Eighth street.
Ed Cook has started building his nov
homo on Oakland avenue.
E. H. Sheafe is building a house 01
Pierce street ; cost $1,500.
John Ostrom is investing $1,500 in i
house on Seventh street.
James Collins has put up a $1,000 resi
denes on West Fifth street.
O. A. Brawick is putting up a $1,001
house in Burns' addition.
A. J. Rice is building a $600 addition t <
his Lincoln'avenue houso.
George S. Smith is building a $300 ban
on his Mynstor street property.
Robert Rain is building an addition b
his home which will cost $300.
C. Ruhwitz is buildmx. at No. 240
Thirteenth street a $3,000 House.
A. Langslrom is building an additioi
on his home , No. 537 Damon street.
W. J. Hancocfc is altering his barn
The improvements will cost $300 to $400
John Smith is putting an addition onti
his Mynster street property to cost $600
Three additions are being put onto J
W. Squire's residence , also general re
J. W. Percgoy is to build a resident
this season on the lot bought by him o
J. T. Hurley is putting up a $1,500 res
idence on Broadway , near Sixteentl
Harvey Pace has plans completed fo
a $1,000 addition to his homo on Mynsto
J. N. Brown , of Burnham , Tullcys !
Co. , will erect a $0,000 home on Par !
D. W. Archer is to build a line rcsidcnc
on Eighth .street nearly opposite Fourt
Captain Williams will build arcnidenc
on Sixth street , corner of Washingtoi
James Rasmusson is building an $80
addition to his house , No. 170V Elevcnt
O. P. Wiekham has just accepted th
plans for an $3,000 residence which h
T. J. Evans is about to begin oxter ,
sivo alterations to his Oakland avenu
Plans have been completed for a build
ing for B. Grahl , on East Broadway , t
T. Johnson has almost completed
$500 house on Eleventh street and Twer
Henry h. Mctcalf will erect a f 15,00
residence , corner of Fourth avenue an
Ncls Jorgensen is putting up a hone
on Nineteenth avenue , between Ninth an
John Smith , with John Bono & Co. , !
putting up a $1,500 homo near Stewart's
Job Nelson is building n $500 addition
to his home on avenue A , between Eighth
and Ninth streets.
J. II. Arnold , of Avoca , purchased lot'
3 in block 3 Thompson's addition of G.
W. Thompson & Co.
T. J. Evans lias about completed a ? oOO
house on his Oakland avenue property
for the use of his help.
J. Witiirow , stock ngrnt of the Chicago
& Northwestern , will build a * 3,600 resi
dence on First avoniio.
William Nelson in repairing and put-
tine on a ! } 300 addition to his home on
John and L. D. Montgomery arc put
ting up two fi.OOO houses on Avenue B ,
corner of Ninth street.
Sam ItoiUla , of Henry Eisoman As Co. ,
is erecting a seven-room residence on
Avenue F to cost $3,000.
Cole & Cole will build an $8,000 resi
dence on Mount Lincoln as soon as a
grade can be settled on.
Will Cooper will put up a residence ,
also will decide by Wednesday if ho will
put up a row of tenements.
Jamcj and John 1'ondcrgrass arc erect
ing a $3,00 brick residence on First ave
nue , near Seventeenth street.
H. A. Haird has plans for a two-story
residence , which he intends to begin work
on shortly , on Mynster street.
The boss carpenters have all they can
handle conveniently and are mostly all
rushed oven at this early day.
Hans llanseu has about completed a
dwelling on Eleventh stiect between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth avenues.
W S. Maync is remodeling the old
Browstor residence in the clou , the cost
of which will bo not less than ! ? 3,000. >
Major Richmond is putting in about
$500 worth of improvements on the resi
dence ho recently purchased on ave
Martin Hughes will build n residence
on NMntli avenue and Third street to cost
$3,500. the plans of which have been com
Captain Hart , of Minneapolis , son-in-
law of Judge Clinton , is to put a $0,000
house on Willow avenue above Bluff
Martin Nelson has about completed an
addition to his house on Eighteenth
venue , between Tenth and Eleventh
J. D. Warren , of St. Louis , purchased
in. hst Friday of Messrs. Qdcll Bros. &
Jo. four more lots in Curtis & Ramsey's
Mrs. J. E. Mctcalf will erect a fifteen-
'oom house on Broadway , just outside
ho city limits , the plans of which are
N. W. Williams , A. S. Bonham and C.
A. Bccbo are putting up four $1,000 cot-
ages on the old Knabo property on
Judge James has just let the contract
: or a $3,000 Queen Anne cottage which is
togo up on Second avenue between
Eighth and Ninth streets.
The Benson & Mayno Real Estate com
pany have sold live lots in Benson's second
end addition to Messrs. Harknuss , llccd
and Mettner , of Eluiwood , 111.
Thomas Green is putting up additions
o the packing houses which are quite
extensive , eight cars ot lumber having
been purchased for the improvements.
W. J. Lautorwasser is going to put up
a $11CO residence on Eighth street near
Avenue B , and Mr. Anderson will also
put up one for a like amount next door ,
W. S. Ament is to build three two <
story and basement brick houses with all
the modern Improvements , on Seventh
street opposite the Bloomer school build-
Uov. D. H. Cooley is building a $2,000
home on avenue B , near Eighth street ,
on a lot recently purchased for $700.
Ho expects to occupy the same in about
The parties from Galcsburg , and
Princeton , 111. , who purchased the fifty-
two lots in Benson's first addition last
week , have bought eight lots more in the
Kimball & Champ have plans com
pleted for a now stone front to their
building No. 418 Broadway. It is to beef
of grey stone rock face with trimmings
of rubbed work.
H. F. Hattenhauer is putting n $9,500
addition to his carriage factory on Fourth
street. He is planning on other improve
ments , which when completed will make
his factory one of the finest in the west.
H C. Cory has purchased lot 7 , in
block 1. Bayliss' 2nd addition , and will
erect a handsome residence. The lot is
located on Eighth street , facing Fourth
avenue next to the new Stubbs residence
now in progress.
A member of the Simmons hardware
company of St. Louis is having plans ,
which are about completed , drawn for
three residences ; also has given orders
for twelve more to cost $2,000 each. All
the conveniences will bo introduced in
all of the ao ve houses.
D. S. llou h , of Rockfnrd , 111. , has
bought lot 11 in block 14 Beers' subdi
vision. This is the second one of the lots
which were donated to the organ fund of
the Episcopal church which has been sold
by George W. Thompson & Co.
Among those who are to build is J. D.
Warren , of St. Louis , who is having plans
drawn for fifteen brick houses which are
to have all the modern improvements.
This will , when completed , probably be
called "St. Louis Row. " It will be lo
cated in Curtis & Ramsey's addition.
S. E. Maxon , the architect , has an extra
force at work getting out plans , etc. , for
new buildings. He has some twelve or
fifteen now in course of completion and
reports prospects very favorable for the
coming building season. He has a num
ber of plans not yet matured , of busi
ness houses , blocks and residences.
I. M. Hay , ot Minneapolis , calculates
to build a row of twelve brick flats , also
is having plans drawn for another row of
seven residences which will eo up on
Ninth avenue. The latter buildings are
to cost $2,500 each. All these buildings
are to have all the modern improvements.
Mr. Hay also expects to put up five more
buildings on ground recently purchased
Many persons believe that it is very
expensive to have an architect draw up
plans for a building , when , in fact , a
single blunder by a mechanic would pay
the entire expense of the architect. An
architect's charges are 3 per cent of the
entire cost of the building for drawing
plans and specifications , while for super
intending the erection of the building an
extra 3 per cent is charged , making a
total of 5 per cent of the ontito cost of
the building for plans , specifications and
superintending. Many carpenters after
contracting for putting up buildings ,
then go to an architect and have mm
draw up plans and specifications from
the crude plans furnished by the pros
pective builder. By so doing ho saves
much time and expense and runs no risk
of making blunders. This proves
whether or not it pays to have an archi
tect do the work in the first place , and at
the same time be enabled to put up a
building that has the outward appearance
of a homo as well as inside accommoda
tions desirable to the owner. If more
people would consult architects there
would not bo so many homely appearing
houses built. _ _ _ _ _
The Transfer * .
0 D Dillon and E Klcharu to U Mendel ,
eM no 5 and nw nw 4-77-42 , Neola , q c d SI.
J 11 Dujean to O U Dillon and E Klchnrt ,
eK no Sana nwnw 4-77-43 , Meolo , q c d
Jonn Hammer to Eliza Crawford , lot 5 , sec
11-75-44 , n o U-S100.
Mary M Jackson to A J Mitchell , 4 la 19 ,
Macedonia , wd425. .
Jt U Woodmancy to Marv A liussell , lot T
In blU5 , Macedonia , w d-Sl V
HENRY EISEMAN 6 CO
M. 314,316,318 , , and 320 Broadway ,
, j COUNCIL BLUFFS.
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair ,
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair.
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair ,
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair.
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair , :
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair.
$1,50 Kid GloveS for 50c per pair ,
$1,50 Kid Gloves for 50c per pair
A Regular Surprise , for 2 Days Only.
1,000 pnirsof genuine $1.50 quality of Alexandria Kid
Gloves , unstamped , in black , tans and browns , all sizes ,
from 51 to 8 ; at 50c per pair. These gloves are four , five
and six buttons , perfect fitting , newest shades , and good
goods. These two day's break from $1.50 to 50c per pair ,
is without precedent. Two pairs only sold to each cus
tomer. This distributes the limited number of 1,000
pairs among more ladies and prevents the possibility of
other stores buying them up. "Whether this reduction's
authorized by the importers for a motive of their own , or
whether it is on our own responsibility , for the purpose of
creating a furore in the Kid Glove trade , wo are not at
liberty to make public. Draw what inference you like ,
but be assured there is a reason and a good o efor so un
common a departure. Recollect , two 'aayg only , Monday
and Tuesday , commencing at 9:80 : , tomorrow , Monday
morning. Be on hand ; first come first served.
HENRY EISEMAN & GO'S
314 , 316 , 318 and 320 Broadway ,
E A Gammel to II Wm Lewis , sM ne 38-74-
40 , Macedonia , s w d 81,100.
Wni Armntrong to C E Allen , lot U , blk
26. .Mullen's sub , q c a 810. :
W P Webster to E Atkins et al , 21-50 acres
In ne se 34-75-44 , w rt-810.780.
N P Dodge , trustee , to D E Glcason , lot 3 ,
blk 1. Park add , w d-SfiUO.
N P Dodge to E Atkins et al , 15-13 acres In
nw se 34-75-44 , w d 87,710.
11 A Woodbury to C E Friedman , lot 3 ,
block 15. Howard's add , q c $200.
W J Munley to Ellen CUamlor , lot 4 , block
1 , Williams' sub of Mill tract , w d-8262.50.
J B Blake to James VVlckliam , lot 9 , block
4. Hall's add , bond-S'JSO.
D F Eichcr to J P Mulholland , lots 1 , 2 , 3
and 4 , block 11 , Turloy's add , bond f 800.
Thomas Ofllcer to Charles OfllccK block 10 ,
Bayliss' 3d add , w d-80jO.
Nelson Johnson to 11 Larson , lot 3 , block
1 , Howard's add , w d SCOO.
Dolly H Halo ct al to S E Beard , lots 19
and 20 , block 14 , and lots 1 and 2 , block 24 ,
Klddln's tract , q c-Sl.
A T Klickinger to A E Rowley , lot 10 ,
block P. Curtis & Itamsey's add , w d SSOO.
A C Bates to P M Howery , a lot ot Und
12 x80 feet , In nwsw , 12 , 75 , 40 , near lot 4 ,
block 1 , Bit ; Urovu add to Oakland , w d- > -
825.Geo Motcalf to Cora Van Doren. Council
Bluff * , lot 2 , block 19 , Howard's add-$2i5. !
G W Day to F J Day , Council Bluffs , lot 8
In block 9 , Edwards' second add $1,200.
( tW Thompson to H E Ketuer , Council
Bluffs lot 1 block 3 ' .
, , , Thompson's ndd-5185.
G W Thompson to J J Vandeiver , Council
Bluffs , lot 9 , block 3 , Thompson's add 8185.
E A Benson to Frank W Iteed , Klmwood ,
111. , lots 3 , blk 9 , Benson's second add $400.
E A Benson to Jno Mettler. Elmwood , III. ,
lots 3 and 4 , block 10 , Benson's second add
8SOO.EA Bennon to Edwin Harknesa , Elmwood -
wood , 111. , lots 15 and 10 , block 9. Benson's
second add 8800.
D J Hutehlnson , trustee , to W H Wilson.
Council BlulTs , lot 13 , block 2 , Uutchinson'a
Alice T Anderson to Smith Saunders ,
Council Bluffs , lota 1 to 14 inclusive , block 31 ,
Beers' sub 80,000.
Tot8l-35we. , _
L. B. Crafts &Co. , are loaning money
on all classes of chattel securities at one-
half their former rates. See them before
securing your loans.
The now city icouncil starts in with an
enthusiastic- determination to have the
streets greatly' Jtuprovcd this season.
Council bluffs has already done more pav
ing , sewering and work of that kind than
any other city of its size in the west , and
yet there is more to follow. Fourth street
is now ordered curbed , parked and pared
from Broadway to Eleventh avenue.
This is ono of thj most important im
provements of the year , and the order is
made in accordance with tbo petition of
the property owners , who are eager to
have it done. Tup cross streets between
Fourth and Main streets are also to bo
paved. The paving will bo with cedar
blocks. ) ! >
The grade of * lower Broadway being
agreed to , the filling and paving of tnat
street clour to ttio river will bo speedily
finished. This is another great enterprise.
Portions of Ninth and Tenth streets ,
and Sixth and Seventh avenues have been
ordered tilled to grade. Avenue A is also
ordered lilled to grade from the eastside
of Eighth street to the west side of
Eleventh htreet , and Eighth , Ninth and
Teuth streets from Broadway to ave
Sewers have been'ordered on First ave
nue , Fifth avenue and on Eighth street ,
besides other sewers heretofore ordered.
Mynstor street Is to bo paved trora
Main to Eighth street , together with the
cross streets to Broadway.
Glen avenue is to bo paved from Broad
way to the reservoir.
Washington avenue is to bo paved
from First to Second street.
The property-owners are in all these
casus urging the work , being willing to
tand the suc-ciul assessment.
Some of the Chicago people seem to
think that the trousers of the day are
upon their last legs. A knee breeches
movement is on foot in that city , and it
is thought , when balmy weather sets in ,
will prevail in social circlrs.
JV. SCHU11Z ,
Justice of the Peace.
D. H. McDANBLD & CO. ,
[ E UU > llihod 1S03.1
No. C2Q Main Street , j : : Council ninth.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,
AND I A LIHS IN
HIDES , TALLOW WOOL , ETC.
Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council Bluds.Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and males kept constantly on
band , for sale at retail or in car loads.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SHLUTER & BOLKY , Proprietors.
Telephone No , 114.
Formerly of Keil Sale Stables , corner
1st. are. and 4th street.
STONE A SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
Practice in the State and Federal Courts
Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block.
R. D. AMY Ac CO. ,
Hardware , Stoves ,
) AND (
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 620 Main St. , Council Bluffs.
The only Hotel in Council Bluffs Hairing a Fire
And All Modern Improvements.
215 , 317 and 310 Main St.
MAX MOHN , Prop.
E. S. BARNETT ,
Justice ot the Peace ,
416 Broadway , Council BlulTs.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
JOHN Y. BTONH. JACOn SIMS
For all purposes , bought and sold , nt retail
end in lots. Large quantities to select
from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or do'tble.
MASOH WISE , . .Council Bluff
GARDENERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.
Choice Property at a Bargain ,
Fifty Acres Choice Land Adapted for
Gardening and Fruit Growing.
About twenty acres of the tract is not to
apple orchard which is in bearing , and
to all varieties of choice small fruit and
vineyard , divided ai follows !
1'ropcr contains upwards of live acres.
The vines are thrifty and in bearing.
Between three and four acres are well
set to choice varieties of blackberries ,
raspberries and strawberries.
THK AI'PM ! OIltJIIAIlD.
Contains more than 1,000 trees in bear
ing. In addition to the above enumer
ation are a largo numbers of choice
plums.chcrrv . and other fruits , also shade
and ornamental trees surrouuding the
iAit < ; i : COMMODIOUS iiotisr ,
Ordinary barns and other out-buildings.
The soil is of excellent quality for pard
oning purposes , being a deep black loam
and Is ti warm , south slope , and is altogeth
er the most attractive and desirable of
anything within business distance of
Omaha or Council Bluffs. \ \ itli the now
bridge completed acrns.i the Missouri , the
property is not over thirty minutes drive
from the Omaha postofilco. Any party deat
siring a choice bargain should apply at
once as , if not sold within the next two
weeks , it will bo withdrawn from the
For Prices and Terms Apply to
G. J. COLBY ,
MASONIC TEMPLE , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
A. H. MICE. E. W. RAYMOND
RICE & RAYMOND ,
Real Estate Brokers ,
No. 13 North Main Street.
Lower Floor First National Bank Block ,
council Bluffs , Iowa.
Vacant Lota , Lands , City Residences and Farms , acre property in
western part of city. All selling cJieap to make room for spring stock ,
R. P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent.
Room S , over Officer cfi Pusey's bank , Council Jilnffs.
Special dvertlRomontfl , euch M Lost , Found
To Loan , For Bale , To Rent , Viants , Botirdlntr ,
etc.i will bolnierted In this column nt the low
ratoof TEN CENTS PBK LINE for the first Inser-
ion and FlvoContiPerLlneforeacb subsequent
Insertion. Leare advertisements nt our olflca
No. U I'earl street , near Uroadwaj , Council
F OH RENT Furnished rooms with board
543 , Mill street ; nlso day boarders taken.
TTITANTED Physlclan-To buy a 14,000 prfto-
VV tlee In a thriving- Dakota town of 1,200 In
habitants. No other doctor. A new house ,
office and barn worth $1,600. Will all be sold
foril.200. Good reasons Ktven for lelllnir. Caller
or address Uarman , Wnlta ft Co. , Council
Bluffs , Iowa.
TTITANTED Laundry Klrl to do plain washing
TT and Ironing. Alee nurse girl , not younger
than 15 , at Pacing house.
I UND A new pair of kid gloves. Owner
can secure same at lleo office.
TI7ANTKD A first-class skirt trimmer at
TT once. Good wages to competent person.
Mrs. L. Simmons , No. ait Broadway.
- teamsters nn4 30 teams for
railroad work.8 miles from Council Bluffs.
J. P. Goulclcn.
THOR SALK-Muelo and sewing machine luial-
-C ness , lORcther with small stock of nollday
goods and wall pupor. Good town and country ,
aood location , cbeap rent , profitable business.
Invrlro (1 00-to $1,5JO. Would take part In
Council Bluffs real estate. Address A. L. Man
ning , Dunlap , Iowa.
Announces that Hla stock of
In Choice Shapes ot Hats & Bonnets ,
Together with a
LnrgcLinc of Novelties In Fancy Ma
terials is now Jtcady for YOIII-
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha.
FRANK S. RICE ,
CIVIL ENGINEER ,
Designsestimates and reports on brldtrcs ,
viaducts , fouudatlonsand R-unernlonKlnccrlnK.
Blun prints of anv Biro ulul ( innntlty.
Olllco No 13 N. Main tit. , First National Hunk
w. L. vwas ,
Justice of the eace .
No 504 Broadway , Council Bluff * .
Collections a specialty. Refers to the Dee.
NEW SPRING STOCK
Curtains , Upholstry ,
Window Shades ,
Poles , Door Mats , Rugs ,
Sash Draperies , Etc , ,
Mail Orders Carefully Filled. .
_ _ _ )0 ) (
Our Mr. Stockert Superintends
CARPET CO. ,
405 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , : : IA ,
OFFICER fUHEY ,
Council HI ufls , Iowa.
O. R. ALLEN ,
Enpeer , Surveyor , Map Publisher
No. 11 North Main St.
City nnil county mnps of oltloi nnd countlr . a
In wceturn lowii , Nebraska uiul Kuasas.
FINLEY BURKE ,
Attorney at Law.
C04 Uroadway , Up Stairs ,
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