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gHE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , NO. 13 , PEARL STHEET.
Dtllmed tj- carrier in nny part of the city M
twenty cents per wtck.
H. W. TILTOJT , . . . Manager.
BuMRtPR OrncK , No. 43 ,
NIOIIT EDITOII NO.C.
N. Y.Plumbing Co.
New spring goods nt Keller's , tailor.
George W , Thompson" &Co. . real estate
Dave McAtlams yesterday sold his
The pint of Squires' addition was re
See W. C. Stacy & Co. , No. 0 Main , for
bargains in real estate.
The front of the building next to the
First National bank , now owned by Kimball -
ball ft Champ , was buing torn away yes
terday , preparatory to putting in the now
and hand&omo stone ono.
Dr. F. W. Hougliton has taken charge
of Foster's upper Broadway retail drug
store , and he and his family will become
permanent residents of this city. This
will bo gratifying news to their many
Despite the injunction issued the Min-
dcn saloons nru still running. The deal
ers there are keeping ( heir eyes on Coun
cil Bluffs , and when tlio saloons hero are
closed they will close. If they wait for
that it may bo some time , but they scorn
to feel that a largo city should have no
greater freedom than a small town ,
The lire ahum test is still n coming
event. In the meantime the city is hav
ing the use of it and plenty of opportu
nities to try it. If with all these chances
to examine the nvstem there can bo little
excuse if the city accents tlio h.yftem , if it
has any defects. There never was a
fairer chance given n city to know all
about a new enterprise before finally
Judge Aylesworth and City Attorney
Holmes are at Colfax , at work on their
contract for codifying and compiling tlio
city ordinances. The noisy boom of
Council Blull's was too disturbing to
them , and for such important work a
quieter retreat was needed. They needed
nlso the invigorating aid of the mineral
water , and the advantages of washingoff
the ( lustiness and mustincss of hanulinir
the old city records
Wo will sell neO Quick Meal stoves this
season , because each one sold last year
soils two this. Cole & Cole , 41 Main st.
Constable Pierce , of DCS Moines , had a
hearing hero yesterday , as to whether ho
should be fined for contempt by Judge
Love , of the United States court. Pierce
and hi * deputies had seized the liurlbort
& Hess stock at DCS Monies , the liquors
being seized under the state law. A St.
Louis brewing company sought to re
plevin the goods , and brought an notion
in the federal court , and got a writ of re
plevin. Pierce refused to deliver up the
floods , rind he was cited to appear before
Judge Love to show reason why ho
should not be lined for contempt. Jttdgo
Love discharged Pierce , and ruled that
eo long as the goods wore in the posses
sion ot the state a writ from the federal
court could not take them out of the
state's possession. Ho gave it as his
opinion that any other course would in
volve the state and federal courts in end
less clashes of authority.
Dr. Hanohott , oflicoNo. 12 Pearl street ;
residence , 120 Fourth street ; telephone
Contractors and builders will find it to
their interest to got prices on lime , cement
ment , plaster , hair , etc. , from Couno
Bluffs Fuel company , 031) ) Broadwa
J. P. Fall , of Silver City , was In the
Bluffs yesterday and returned yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kimball have gone
to DCS Moines , called there by the death
ot her mother.
Henry F. W. Schmidt , who lives near
the river , has sold out and is preparing
to move to South Omaha.
George Edgar , who was formerly on
the police force , is in the city. Ho is now
engaged in western railway contracts.
M. E. Jcffcris , of Minden. was in the
city yesterday. He has sold out his in
terest there , but has not decided where to
Luther S. dishing , who was formerly
with H. E. Seaman , is in the city. Ho is
located in Boston and is engaged in
handling western real estate mortgages.
Judge Hubbard , of the Nonpareil , yes
terday received a telegram announcing
the sad fact that his father was lying at
the point of denth at his homo in Buffalo.
Judge Hubbard loft last evening for that
For acre property , residences and busi
ness property call on VV. C. Stacy & Co. ,
No. 0 Main street.
Two fine Norman stallions for sain or
\ trade. Address U. B. Shields , Logan , la.
A Prisoner Jump * .
Constable Blylor , of DCS Moines , after
spending several days here in looking
for Frank Howard , wanted there for
forgery , finally came across his man
Tuesday , and quietly started with him
for DCS Moinob. At Atlantic the prisoner
Jumped from the train and made good
is escape. The presence of the officer
bore seems to tmvo boon kept so quiet
that even the police know nothing auont
it. The next time a Des Moines officer
seeks to get any of his bad boys home
from here ho will probably secure the
assistance of some of the local officers.
For Rent A new five room house and
barn on avenue B. Armour , Barbco &
L. B. Crafts & Co. , are loaning mono./
on all classes of chattel securities at one-
half their former rates. See them before
securing your loans.
To Water Consumers.
All water bills are due April 1st. The
Council Bluffs City Water works company
will allow a discount of 10 per cent on
U quarterly water bills paid at their
office , 552 Broadway , before April 10.
IlAltRV HlHKINniNE ,
General Manager and Chief Engineer.
Council Bluffs , March 29,1887.
Afraid of Being Shot.
Charles Allen was in trouble yesterday
gain , and as usual ho claims that he was
not the one at fault. He got into s'omo
Altercation with a saloon keeper , Chris
Christoforson , and Allen filed an information
mation against him , charging that Chris
drew a revolver on him , and threatened
to hhoot him. On the other hand Allen
was complained of for disturbing the
peace and dignitv of the city. The cases
will both bo heard by Justice Schurz to
Star sale stables for mules and heavy
J. W. &E. L. Squire make beautiful
abstracts of title , and deserve the success
they are enjoying. _
Call and see the stock of horses and
mules at Star Stables before purchasing
CORKING UP TflE BOTTLES ,
The Wilts of Injunction Being Promptly
THE NEXT HOPE OF RELIEF.
A Prisoner Makes n Successful Jntnp
From a Train Threatening to
Shoot The Hcnctlt Con
PnrclilriR Their Throats.
Tlio serving of Injunctions on twenty-
two saloons still caused nuioli comment
yesterday , nud there was much curiosity
as to what tlio saloon men were colntr to
do about it. Tliu curiosity was speedily
satisfied by seeing the enjoined saloons
closed at once. There have been appeals
taken in tlio cases , and preparations
made for a further light in tlio courts.
The transcripts of the cases have been
liled in the federal court , but while these
questions arc being raised there seems
but one thing to do , and that is to clo.se.
The risk of violating the writs of injunc
tion seems too great for men of ordinary
prudence to take. The least violation of
the injunction would render the offender
liable to be brought before Judge Thor-
nell , who would evidently show little
mercy. The least line he could impose
would bo $500. u ml to this he might add
a three month t imprisonment , it is well
enough to talk about getting out on writs
of Liibciis corpus in the federal court , but
few like to run the risk of such a writ
wotklngas desired. The owners of the
buildings are also held financially res
ponsible , so that they will allow no ten
ant to jeopardise their property.
Another feature of the law is peculiar.
Kven if a saloon is closed , but there are
liquors in the place , the finding of these
there is millicicnt proof that the writ is
being violated. On this account a num
ber of the saloons were cleaned out yes
terday , all intoxicating liquors being re
Tlio next ray of hope comes from the
federal court. The questions raised there
arc to bo passed upon at Dubuqiie on the
14th of April. It is understood that
Judge Love and Judge Shiras , both of
whom arc holding court hero now , arc
not exactly agreed concerning some of
the points ut issue. Judge Lovu is said
to bo inclined to believe that there are
some questions raised which should be
considered by the federal court. Judge
Shiras is said to favor remanding the
cases to the state court. It is conjectured
that the reason of deferring the matter to
that place and date is because Judge
lirewer will bo there then , and with a
full bench the questions can be more
satisfactorily decided.It scums that un
less there is some change in the views of
the judgeftlhat Judge Brewer's decision
will virtually settle the matter , Judge
I.ovo being on one Ride , and Judge
Shiras on the other. Judge Brewer has
already remanded some cases back to
the state court , but there are now ques
tions in these , so that there is little
chance to draw a conclusion as to what
lie will decide by his other decision.
If thcro should bo a decision of the
federal court to the effect that there are
federal questions raised , the writs of in
junction will bo of little avail. Then the
enjoined saloons will open up again , if
they so choose , and the fight in the courts
will bo a prolonged one.
How long does it take to close a saloon ?
The answer to this as shown from the
present cases is , thrco months. The
petitions in thcso cases were filed
We have 200,000 good brick for sale.
THOMAS GKEKN & SONS.
Money to loan on real estate. Counci
HI tills Heal Estate Loan and Trust Co.
Room 9 , Everett block.
The Parlor Concert.
This evening the music lovers are
promised a rare treat in the form of a
parlor concert to bo given by Miss Hots-
ford , assisted by a number of the favorite
local musicians. Miss Botsford is a young
lady who has excited much enthusiasm
by her wonderful skill in handling the
violin , and the best musical critics in the
east have been sounding her praise. She
has kindly consented to appear thus bore
for the benefit of the Cottage hospital ,
and the ladies having the arrangements
in charge have by the generous cooperation
tion of others provided not only a rare
musical treat , out so arranged the finan
cial details as to ensure for the hospital a
needed benefit , with very little to be paid
out of the proceeds for expenses. The
hospital needs the money and the enter
prise merits generous support. This
form of giving it at the sane time affords
the patrons a delightful feast of music
which will amply repay them.
Mrs. John N. Baldwin has very kindly
thrown open her parlors to the public for
this occasion , and there should be no
hesitancy in the public for this evening
filling it as freely as if it were a public
hall , lor such is the desire of the esti
mable lady who thus provides a place
free for the giving of the concert , the
ladies being thus relieved of expense for
such a purpose and the public afforded a
pleasant place for their enjoyment. Lot
all join in giving the hospital a rousing
Miss Mollie Corcoran , dressmaker , 714
Mynster street , between Seventh and
Sherradcn Is still making cabinet pho
tos at $3 per doz. , best finish. Crayon or
India ink life size pictures only f 10. By
F. M. Woodwurd , artist.
The following Is a list of real state trans
furs for Wednesday , March 30,1887 :
George llevn to It M McKee , lots 1 , 2 , 8 , 4 ,
5 and 6 , bile fc. Terry's 2d add-81,800.
A E Haskoll to U J McKee , lots 1 and 2 ,
blk E , Perry's 2U add-SOOO.
E1) Hancock and w to Emma Motcalf , 2
acres in so uw 15,75 , 43-S500.
A S Uermerson and w to J Mergln &E
Herman , lot 20 , blk 41 , Ferry ada 500.
Alfred Pratteo to F J Day , lots 7 and 8 , blk
25 , HryantA Clark's add 8500.
O N Chrlstcnson to O VY I ) y , s H lot 4
blk 4. iJsyliss' 1st add-84,000.
W H Saunders to Smith Saundcrs , lot 3 ,
blk 1 , Grimes' adcl-813,600.
S A W A Saunders to T S Hughs , lot 6 ,
blk 5 , Curtis & Ilamsoy's aad-S'JOO.
MJWIIketoJ liartbold , lot 10 , bile 5 ,
F J Evans to Johnson & Smith , e X blk 20 ,
Uayllss' 3d add-82,700.
J P Mechler and w to Henry L Williams
lot 1 , blk U , Baylls .t Palmer's add-S-100.
M 11 Uohrer to G A Parker , lot 7 , blk 19 ,
Beer's sud 8500.
M11 Uoliror to Gilbert McPherson , lot 8 ,
blk 21 Beer's Biib-8450.
M P Kohror to H J Palmer , lots 5 and
block 34 Iteers sub-Sl.OOO.
M F Uohrer to Gilbert A Ucl'herson. lot 17
block 23 Beers' sub 450.
D C liloomor to J F Montgomery , lot 5
block 0 Grimes' add-S'JOO.
Gee W Thompson to L M Colclough , lot 5
block 0 Thompson's add-Slttt.
EJ Welton to Durbln & Nebergall , lot 5
block 0 ' add- .
A M Johnson to W E Shepherd , lot 10
block IS Mullen's add-S-TTS.
E A Benson to B 0 Couch , lot 0 block G
Benson's 1st add-8125.
U G Mcllce to T J CUlk , lot 3 block 13
Bayllss & Palmer's add-8300.
E A Benson to N E Hassell , lot 0 block 0
Benson's 1st add-8175.
E A Benson to B 0 Couch , lo 13 block C
Bmison's 1st add 8125.
E A Benson to Bascom & Kyle , lot 1 block
7 Benson's 1st add-8175.
E A Bunion to Joe W Paul , lot 1 block 6
Benson's lid add-IVA
E A Benson toV M Spsrr , lot 21 blodk 3
Benson's 2d add-5UO.
K A Benson to Mamie Dale , lot 23 block 2
Benson's 2d add S.XX ) .
W H liiittsnnd wife to H J Palmer , n c
lots 1 to 10 and 21 to'.M blk ns K H ad-S'.ouO.
P Christiansen to A B Walker , lot 8 blk 8
Casadv.s add $300.
O M Undue ami wife to J C Hay mom ! , lot
11 blk 70 Jtlildlu's trnct-SaJO.
Anderson Davis to Win Miller , ef } no 10 ,
73 and 40-82,170.
C U Hnncock to Emma Metcalf , 2 ncrcs so
nrt-15-75-4'K ' > - : o.
A S Herniprs and wife to . .1V * K 11 Her-
niers , lot 20 blkII Kerry's add-8500.
G B Teicluirk to Jas Murphy , lot 7 blk 15
O F Bllncr to F f Seybert , lot 0 blk 8 Cen
tral sub100. .
O F Bllger to F T Seybcrt lot 7 blk 30 Ever
ett's add 8375.
1) K Morvln to E Clark , lots 8 add U blk 37
37 transfers , consideration S39b0.
Garden hose 8c to 2Jc per foot at New
York Plumbing company. Every foot
Star sale stables of Cou ncil Bluffs
The largest stock of horses and mules
west of Chicago , which will bo sold at
wholesale or retail and satisfaction guar
THE MIGHTY JOSS.
A Monster of Paper and Wood Gor
San Francisco Call : The close compe
tition in the Chinese joss business has
spurred on some of the proprietors of
josshouscs in Chinatown , who seem to
have fallen behind .somewhat in the idol
atrous race , to make extra efforts to se
cure a boss josshousc that willas it were ,
parahuo all rivals and turn the tide of
wealth back into their pockets. The
Bong Ah Lock Joss association , with this
plan in view , has had the plan for anew
now and tcrnlic dragon drawn up by
its head .architect. Ah Fat. It was a
Call reporter's privilege yesterday to bo
favored witli a private view of the plans
of the new devil scarer. The design
shows a liguru of a dragon , leO feet in
length and about fifteen feet m girth.
From the joss' mouth wriggles a liery red
tongue , twenty-live feet in length , with a
patent wagcling attachment , arranged a
la crocodile , which will sweep any impe
cunious and consequently irreligious
Mongolian , at ono blow , clear into
the celestial siicol. The entire animal
blazes with green , red blue and yellow
colors. In fact , all the hues of the rain
bow will bo visible on his sides. When
properly manipulated by concealed
strings ho cannot possibly fail to to make
any non-bungliug-up Chinaman shako
in nis slippers with terror. The dragon
joss is to bo built entirely of paper ,
with wooden brncos , anrt will bo hollow ,
to afford small Chinese boys a chance to
bo hid inside and work the tongue and
tail attachments with due effect. This
Mongolian work of idolatrous art is to bo
made in China and its estimated cost is
The Bong Ah Lock Association of
Jnitcd Jossbuildcrs , however , do not be-
icvo in plunging too recklessly into dls-
strous speculations , and with' this ob-
ict in vjow have , before ordering , made
pplication to the treasury department
t Washington for the free entry nt this
) ort of the ioss when ho arrived hero
rom China. Their petition for free entry
s made on the ground that all statutes
'or religious purposes are allowed to be
muorted without paying custom dues ,
liould the department decide the drugon
o bo a religious dragon then ho will not
lave to pay a GO percent tux on ins value
or the privilege of bearing Chinatown.
: Hit if u cruel-hearted government thinks
im an irreligious beast ho will bo corn-
icllcd to contribute to Uncle Sam's rcve-
Collector Hager said yesterday that ho
< now nothing ofliciully about the new
dragon joss , no application for its free
.dmission having passed through his
lands. As to whether such a statue or
epresentation of an animal should pay
10 custom fees depenped entirely a 3 to
kvhethor it was intended for religious or
ther purposes. If it could bo shown to
10 a religious matter , it would bo entitled
.o free entry.
Pending the government's decision ,
ho order for building the dragon is held
back by the joss speculators. It was re
ported yesterday in influential joss
circles that the new papier-mache idol
would require the services of forts nion
to carry him through Chinatown , when
he makes his annual tour through its
streets. Some discussion arose between
rival jossowners whether the fact that the
dragon would have to bo brought here
'n sections would not somewhat detract
rom its value as a joss. The question
was undecided and turned over for fur-
her action to the highbinders of the
ditforent joss associations interested.
A six-year-old boy in Gait , Canada ,
ias bccomn an expert cigarette maker
; md smoker , and uses any paper which
comes to hand in which to roll his to
bacco. The other evening ho wont Into
his mother's room in the dark , and pick-
ng up a piece of paper from the bureau
oiled a cigarette , and had burned two-
birds of it before It was discovered he
was smoking a $10 bill.
Special advertisements , such aa toit , round
7o Loan , For Bale , To Rent , AanU , Boardlnr ,
etc. . will bolnterted in thli column at the low
rateof TEN CENTS PEK LINE fortheflrit low-
Ion and VI v ConU Per Line foreacb i ubivquenl
Iniortlon. Leare adYortlgemcnts nt our offlc *
No. U Pearl itrcot , near Uroadwajr , Council
Holt IIENT Furnished morns with board
Ml Hill street ; nlso dny boarders taken.
FOUND A now pair of kid glo\ee. Owner
cau secure eaiuo at lice office.
"ITIT ANTED Laundry stlrl to do plain washing
IT and tronmir. Also nurse girl , not younger
than 15 , at Paclflo house.
F I OR IlKNT FurnlBhod front room ; | 8 per
month , No. OU9 M/nitor Bt.
SALE-Music and sowing machine business
ness , together with small stock of holiday
goods and wall paper. Good town and country ,
oed location , cheap rent , profitable business.
Invoice (1,200 to 11,500. Would take part In
Council muffs real estate. Address A. L. Han
ning , Dunlap , Iowa.
LAMPS , GLASSWARE
Price * Very Low ,
W. S. HOMER & Co.
NO. 28 MAM ST. ,
COUNCIL U LUFFS , t : I A
FIHLEY BURKE ,
Attorney at Law.
C04 Broadway , Up Stairs ,
Council Bluff * .
Conncil BluflsIow .
GREAT REMNANT SALE !
DURING THIS WEEK AT
HENRY EISEMAN & CO.'S '
PEOPLE'S ' STORE
Thousands of Remnants to be slaughtered at most any
price. Short ends from one yard to a dress pattern.
They must go , we don't want them. We have no room
for them , so come and take them away. This is a great
opportunity for mothers to supply themselves with good
materials at a nominal cost for children's dresses. Come
THIS WEEK for Remnants in all departments. Rem
nants of Silks , remnants of Velvets , remnants of Plushes ,
remnants of Dress goods , remnants of Wash goods , rem
nants of Prints , Percales , Sheetings , Muslins , Chavoits ,
Tickings , Shirtings , Flannels , Lace goods , Ribbons , Em
broideries , in fact all remnants in each and every depart
ment in our house must move this week.
Don't ' Wait Until It Is Too Late
Be on hand This Week and get the first pick. Every
remnant is marked in plain figures and number of yards
and the price. Ample ro'om for displa'y and competent
salesmen wjll be in charge of this great sacrifice sale.
HENRY EISEMAN & CD'S '
Nos. 314,316,318 , , and 320 Broadway ,
NEW SPRING STOCK
Curtains , Upholstry ,
Window Shades ,
Poles , Door Mats , Rugs ,
Sash Draperies , Etc , ,
Mail Orders Carefully Filled ,
Our Mr. Stockert Superintends
CARPET CO. ,
405 IROADWAY ,
COUNCIL ILUFFS , : : II.
The Finest Im
ported Lint of
Goods West of
Mr .C.L. Gillette' *
' W. ! E. BIGGS ,
Justice of the ea ce.
No C04 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Coellctions a specialty. Refers to the Dee.
Announces that Ola stock of
In Choice Shapes ol Hats & Bonnets ,
Together with a
LargeLlnc of Noveltleain Fancy Ma
terials is now Ready for Your
1514 Douglas St. , Omaha. ,
JV. SCUURX ,
Justice of the Peace.
O. II. McDANRLD & CO. ,
[ Pitabllibed 18U3.J
No. 820 M ln Street , t t Council niuftt.
AND DIALKlia l.N
HIDES , TALLOW WOOL , ETC.
Star Safe Stabfes and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot
Horses and mules kept constantly on
hand , for sale at retail or in car loads.
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on commission.
SriLUTEii & BOLEY , Proprietors.
Telephone No. 114.
Formerly of Keil Sale Stables , corner
let. arc. and 4th street.
STONE & S/MS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
Practice in the State and Federal Courts
Rooms 7 and S Shugart-Beno Block.
FRANK 8. RICE ,
CIVIL ENGINEER ,
Designs , estimate * and reports on bridges ,
viaducts , foundations and ( unornl tngineerlng.
Blue prints of any slio ahd quantity.
Office No 13 N. Main Bt. , First National Uank
II. D. AMY & CO. ,
Hardware , Stoves ,
) AND (
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ,
No , 620 Main St. , Council Bluffs ,
OBESTON HOUSE ,
Theonly Hotel in Council Bluffs Having a fire
And All Modern Improvements.
215 , 317 and 310 Main St.
MAX MOHN , Prop.
R. RICE , M. D.
Cancers and other Tumors
Removed without the kniic or Drawing o
Over 30 vcars Practical experence.
No 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs.
Horses f Mules
For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail
nd in lots. Large quantities to select
fiom. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin
gle or double.
BALDWIN & TRODTMAN
Leading Real Estate Brokers s
Have Property of Every De
FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
506 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa /
GARDENERS AND FRUIT GROWERS.
Choice Property at a Bargain ,
Fifty Acres Choice Land Adapted for
( Jardoning and Fruit Growing.
About twenty acrce of the tract is sot to
apple orchard which is in bearing , and
to all varieties of choice small fruit and
vineyard , divided as follows :
'THE ' VIXEVAUO.
I'roper contains upwards of live acres.
The vines are thrifty and in bearing.
Between thrco and four acres are well
set to choice varieties of blackberries ,
raspberries and strawberries.
THE APPLE OIICHAKD.
Contains more than 1,000 trues in bear
ing. In addition to tlio above enumer
ation arc a largo numbers of clioico
plumschcrry and other fruits , also shade
and ornamental trees surrounding the/
IAKGE COMMODIOUS HOUSfi ,
Ordinary barns and other out-buildings.
The soil is of excellent quality for gard
ening purposes , being a deep black loam
and is a warmsouth slope , and is altogeth
er the most attractive and desirable of
anything within business distance of
Omaha or Council Bluffs. With the now
bridge completed across the Missouri.the
property is not over thirty minutes drive
from the Omaha postofllco. Any party desiring -
siring a choice bargain should apply at
once as , if not sold within the next two
weeks , it will bo withdrawn from the
_ _ market.
For Prices and Terms Apply to
G. iJ. COLBY , J
MASONIC TEMPLE , COUNCIL BLUFFS.D' '
A. H. RICE. E. W.
RICE & RAYMOND ,
Real Estate Brokers
No. 13 North Main Street. i
Bank Block J
Lower Floor First National ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. J'J
TELEPHONE NO. 239.
racantLota , Lands , City Residences and Farms , acre property in , j
western part of city. All selllna cheap to malte room for spring stock , ji < % j
R. P. OFFICER )
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Real Estate and Insurance Agent. JJ
Room 0 , over Officer & I'nsey'a bank , Council Jlnffn. VM
FARM LANDS CHEAP'
"Farming Lands in Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and ranging from 5.00 to
. School and state lands In Minnesota on 80 . years' _ _ time 6 percent
I10.M per acre * J\jliJf * * 11 * * * wr - * - - - - - - . . - L * *
. fare free. Information , etc. rivon bv
cent : interest. Land Buyers J g.g .g , p/
No. C55 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Towa. agent fo/Froldrlkson & Co. . Chicago. _ J ,
O. B. ALLEN ,
EfigineerSuiifBjorMap , , Publisher
No. 11 North Main St.
City and county maps of cities and countl * *
IB weitcrn Iowa , Nebraska and Kungas.
If. A' . BARXETT ,
Justice ot the Peace ,
415 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Refers to any bank or business house In then
city , Collections * specialty.
JOHN Y. BTONB. JACOU SIM *
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