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tfHE OMAHA DAILY BEJB ? SATURDAY. JUNE 1) . 1887.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE , NO. 13 , PEARL STREET.
Etllvcrcd by carrier In any part of the city at
twenty cents per wu k.
H. W. TILTON , . . . Managor.
BcPtKTM OVncr. No. 13.
NIGHT nniTOti No. 11.
N. Y.Plumblng Co.
New sprint ; K oJs atllcltcr's , tailor.
Another concert by the Haviriun : band
Ukcs place Monday ni ht in Dnyliss
Telephone Xo. 83 has been put intn
William Welch's hack ollicu at tlio Alan-
Frank Clark has placed n cask of the
Mauawa mineral water in front of thu
I'aellie house for the public to sample.
1'hu funeral of Mss. Annie Flageollc ,
\vifo of John FlnKeollo , occurred yester
day afternoon from the residence , IMG
The Umiihii Art Furniture company lias
been awarded the contract for the fur-
nisluny of tlio now county court hoiiac ,
the price to bo .fOSOO. ,
Ttio funeral of the little child of T.
Brown will be held at the family resi
dence. No. 15J25 Pleasant street , at 10
o'clock this morning.
A case of scarlet fever is reported at
No. 2'JOl South Tenth street. There arc
very few cases now , this being the iirat
reported in 11 week or more.
The confectionery unit cigar store oi
Kidd At Kmerine was yesterday closed bj
attachment for a cigar bill , 11. 11. Uber
bolt/.er being the attaching creditor.
A line lot of late cabbage plants , best
varieties , for sale chcnp by J. It. Ale-
1'herson ut his vegetable and fruit farm ,
No. 1281 East i'ierco street. Council
Fremont county is having its first mur
der trial since 1870. The defendant ia
William Hebout. Major Anderson , who
BO long prosecuted criminals , iu defend
Even the rain docs not keep Council
Bluffs people from going to Omaha to sec
the " > laiad Queen. " It pays even if one
gets a wetting. This afternoon nnd even
ing arc the lust chances.
The case against William Uohuing and
wife was yesterday continued by Justice
Barnett until Tuesday. This was by
agreement of parties , and it is understood
that the case will be dropped.
J. J. Urowu is making sonic improve
ments upon the lots opposite his resi
dence. lie is rebuilding a cottage there ,
nnd is planning on putting up u block of
flats , three to face cast and one north.
Justice Uarnett spent most of the day
listening to arguments on u motion tc
dismiss the information against Burdiuk ,
charged with Belling mortgaged property ,
lie will sleep over it and give his decision
Judge Dcemcr. nt Sidney , sentenced
one Hamburg saloon keeper to juil foi
one year undnncd him $7uO. The saloon
keeper's wife , who sometimes assisted
behind the bar , was lined $500 uud scnl
to jail for six months.
At the annual session of the grand
chapter of the Eastern Starhcld in Duveu-
port.Councillilufi's was remembered in tin
election of ollicers. Airs. Maria Jackson
was chosen granu conductress uud Airs.
Nora lirinton , grand master.
Ttio Methodists point with just pride
to the fact that they have just dedicated
a church at Shcuaudoah. uud it U nol
only out of debt but has a fund of 4 > UOC
to spend for additional improvements ,
Bishop Bowman preached the dedicatory
sermon last Sunday and fU.UOO wen
raised at the close of the service.
The Western States Passenger Associa
tion has granted u reduced rate of one
and one-third faro to ull persons wishing
to attend commencement exercises of the
State University of Iowa , Juno 17-23. Tc
secure this rate it la necessary to take t
receipt for ticket purchased from cacl :
road passed over in reaching Iowa City
Commencing Sunday , June 12 , the
morning train for Sioux City via the
Sioux City & Pacific railroad will depari
daily from Broadway depot ut U:45 : a.m. ,
arriving at Sioux City at 1U5 : p.m. , and
the evening train will arrive ut 0:50 : p.m.
instead of 8:50 : p.m. as heretofore. Pi Ik-
horn Valley trains will depart ut 7:1 : (
a.m. and arrive at 8:50 : p.m.
The Naiad Quocn.
A goodly number of Council Bluffi
people have boon enjoying the "Naiat
Queen" in Omaha this week. The pro
duction of this charming spectacular am
opera in this city last season was ar
event which has been a constant therm
of talk and praise , nnd there has bcei
curiosity to see it reproduced In Omaha ,
Not only is the curiosity being satisfied
but the enthusiastic praise seems to in
crease. Those who have attended an
oven more pleased tlmn when it wa
given here. The scenic effects nro evci
bettor , which is hard to conceive
Council Bluffs is nlso interested bocausi
lior favorite local musicians are taking
leading parts. The Misses Alcrkel am
I Mr. Trcyuor , of this city , nightly wii
enthusiastic applause from the Oman :
audiences. This afternoon and evening
are the last two entertainments , and i
large number from here are planning 01
attending. It certainly is the most won
derful entertainment of this kind eve
produced. _ _
Cole & Cole have sold $4,000 worth o
Quick Meal Stoves the past sixty days
Every ono giving siitlsfuntion Son it &
P 41 Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. Roseraen rejoice eve
Sheriff Itainbow , of Harlau , was in th
J. T. Hurley has returned from hi
Mrs. J. Sprink and son have cone t <
Minnesota on u visit.
Miss S. D. Uehso is in the city visitinj
Mrs. W. W. Chapman.
Ueorgo W. Ilowett , of Orange Citj
Was in the city yesterday.
Bon Clare , tx veteran typographer nni
editor , has taken charge of the Slieiiht
Mrs. MaurtUh and Mrs Rcovcs havi
returned from n week's visit to friend
nnd relatives in Shonundoah.
C.E.Friedman , of Odcll Bros. & Co
has gone cast in the interest of that Urn
Ho expects to bo absent two or tare
The I'oor Farm.
The county board Is taking no nctio
on the matter of purchasing a poor farir
to take the place of the one sold. Th
board is divided on the advisability c
buying any farm at present. The pai
pers nro being cared for iu various place
about the city , nod as there are not man
of them , nnd the expense * nro not hcavj
the board'scoms inclined not to make an
hnsty purchases. Superintendent Hard !
doubts the advisability of buying afarn
at least nt present. He says the expense
( or the past two months have been Ic :
than for any two months since ho kno1
anything about the oillce. The poc
seemed to bo cared ( or as cheaply n
when the county bad a farm , ana 1 :
rather favors doing without any farm.
J. W. & . L. Squire make bcautift
abstract * of title and deserve the auccei
tbey are enjoying. '
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER ,
The Affidavit Bought of the Two Saloon
AT OUTS ABOUT AN INN.
The Lcrenl Squnliblc About tlic Ogtlcn
Home Furniture The County
Poor l-'nrin Hrlof Hits of
Tlio Option House.
The report spccillly went up and down
; lie streets yusturd.iy that the Ogdcn
louse had clo od. Numerous conjceturcs
nt once sprung up as to the whys and
wherefores and there was cuucnil regret
expressed that such an event should take
| ) lacc. Tlie regrets wore based not on
any belief that the hotel would bo per
manently closed but because it gives at
the best a bad impression to those not
conversant with the facts. It also gives
the enemies of Council Ululft-- every city
of any stir has enemies a chance to talk
against the city and to predict dire tilings
for the future. The facts leading to the
closing of the hotel were indicated in the
news coneerying it in yesterday's
JKI ! : . Tlic. whole Uilliculty , In a
mithliL'll , seems to bo in regard
: o the lease of Mr. Ninnn. As soon as
the ( lillieulties growing out of that lease
ire adjusted , which ought to bo speedily ,
; ho ( Jgdon will reopen , anil the predic
tion is made that it will bo so greatly im
proved and refitted that no city of the
si/.e of Council Bluffs can boast of having
: is good a hotel.
It seems that Mr. Ninan has a lease of
the hotel until August , 1SS8. This lease
was made by Mr. Baldwin before Mr.
Stout , the present owner of the hotel
property , bought the imildiug. Mr. Ninan
lot only had the lease , but was the owner
jf the furniture. At leaht ho had bought
t , but had not paid for all of it. Mr.
ISaldwm holds a mortgage on the furni
ture and there are other claims against
it. Mr. Ninan ' .s iinancial condition
appears to have got so badly
mixed , that he did not see his way clear
: o go on conducting the hotel , and ho
left the whole business for his creditors
: o settle up as best they. could. Mr.
Kaldwin is interested to the extent of a
lirst mortgage on the furniture , amount
ing to about $ 'J,500. Mr. Silsby , the
Former lessee of the building , has a second
end mortgage on the furniture , and this
lias been in court for a year past , a decree
being entered in his favor by Judge
Ayloswortb jesterday , the validity of that
mortgage being disputed. Mr. Stout ,
who owns the building , is interested as a
landlord , there bcmc some back rent due ,
and no prosoect of Ninan going ahead to
carry out the terms of | the lease. Then
Ninan is said to have left about
fifteen hundred or two thousand
dollars of debts behind him , and
these creditors , to protect themselves , if
possible , have been getting out attach
ments against the furniture. With all
these difterent features to the tangle of
legal questions , and clamorous creditors
jf Mr. Ninan , it seems that something
liail to bo done to clear the wreck before
liny future action could bo taken. Mr.
Stout took out a landlord's writ of attach
ment , claiming the whole rent up to the
time of the expiration of the lease. This ,
lie insists , is a first lien on the property ,
despite the mortgages. The sheriff had
liis pocket full of papers to servo yester
day and he was soon in possession of tiie
furniture , and will doubtless keep pos
session until the various interests can be
adjudicated in court.
bherift" Reel is a pretty capable man ,
and can do almost anything , but ho can't
rnn a hotel , at least cannot run this hotel
under these circumstances. Mr. Stout ,
the owner of the building , has no furni
ture yet , and cannot run a hotel without
it. Mr. Baldwin is no longer the owner
of the building , and can't run a hotel
outdoors. The creditors of Mr. Ninan
have neither the building nor the furni
ture with which to run a hotel. Under
such circumstances there seemed but one
thine to do , and so a sign was posted in
the office :
Notice I Dinner last meal. Please
settle after dinner.
The closing feast was in some respects
a comical one. The boarders joked each
other , and the transients looked bewild
ered. The waiters and cooks caught the
spirit of the last day at school , and it was
a sort of go-as-you-pleaso with them.
One traveling man , who know nothing
of the situation , was greatly irritated
about the poor manner of serving the
meal. He sat at the table swearing , and
declared that if he lived through this
meal he would pny his bill and leave the
hotel. He swore he would not stop in
the house any longer. When ho went to
the clerk's desk , with blood in his eye ,
and prepared to quit the house in a rage ,
his eyes fell upon the announcement
that no couldn't stay to supper if ho
wanted to. The clerk was spared.
Such is the situation arising out of
these legal complications. It is a tem
porary shutting up and it is understood
that as soon as possible the proposed im
provements will bo made in its interior ,
and that the hotel will be when reopened
so much better in all respects that the
temporary Hurry will be considered a
blessing , even to those to whom it now
seems in disguise.
The boarders were yesterday packing
their trunks and seeking other quarters.
The sheriff was taking an inventory ol
the furniture. Whether it will be re
moved from the building or not seems s
question still to be answered.
Two drug stores in central Nebraska.
Good thriving towns. Will invoice frou :
1 1,500 to $3,000. Apply to
HAULE , HAAS & Co. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
That Alllanvlt *
The troubles of the two informers it
the saloon cases docs not scorn to lessen
They are still in jail at Omaha , and wil
remain there until some new turn arises
An attempt is being made by the pro
hlbilionists to get them released on <
writ of habeas corpus , and a hearing ii
set for Monday morning. It seems desirable
sirablo for those prosecuting the liquoi
cases to got these men released , so that
they may appear in court tier a to testifj
in the cases sot for the 13th.
An information has been filed it
Justice Biggs' court charging them with
perjury , and a warrant is to bo scrvcc
on them as goon as they come ovci
to this side of the river. The information
is based on the claim that thcsi
two men swore to have purchased drink
of A. Hitter , an old citizen , at a saloor
kept by him on Main street. Mr. Kiltei
has lived here muny years and has uevei
been in the saloon business. Ho has i
building which ho rents and his tenant !
may have sold liquors , but it is said thai
the affidavit declares that bo keeps tin
place and that he sold the drinks him
self. Hence the charge of perjury.
There has been much talk about tin
aflidavit which the saloon men got th (
informers to sign. The document is uoi
so sensational a one as has been reported
The BKE is enabled this morning to pro
gent it in full. It reads :
In consideration of trie sum of thirty del
Urn ntl of the further sum or - dollari
to bo paid to us hereafter , we , the under
sinned , witnesses in twenty or more casei
ty , Iowa , hereby agree not to appear as wit
neuw * la aujr ui tUo uid cue * , and wo fur
tlicr state that ttio afflj.ivlta we filed In said
cftfps were made ftom nipmoranilumi only
and not from personal knowledge , and It Is
understood that nil sums of money ] > nld to
us nro paid pro rntn by the ilefnndnnts In the
cnses txbovo referred to , and are so received.
\Vc , A. I' . .Mcl.ernn and 11 , Darvlllr.
first duly sworn , depose and any tliat the
statements contnlnedln ttio above agreement
are true. 11. l\nviu.E.
A. I' . Ml ) I , KHAN.
Ihc aflidavit was then subscrlbp.d and
sworn to before Utistav Krocgcr , a notary
public in Omaha.
Latest improved gasolmo stoves at N.
501 Main street. W. A. Wood.
Funeral of Airs. Jacob
The funeral of Mrs. Alice 'A. Rogers ,
wile of Mr. Jacob Rogers , was hold yes
terday morning. Rev. lr. ) Cooley , pas
tor of the Baptist church , olliciated , and
a largo number of sorrowing and sym
pathizing friends wore in attendance.
Mrs. Rogers had been a resident of this
city for fifteen years past , and possessed
many womanly qualities which endeared
her to family and friends. Mr. Rogers ,
just liftcen years ago to-day began his
business in Council Bluffs , and has since
then been so constantly connected with
the traveling public , having "bus
lines , carriages , etc. , that there are
few men who have a larger cir
cle of acquaintances than lie. The
tendcrcst sympathy has been expressed
both by words and deeds , and especially
by the livery and hack men of the city ,
with whom ho has been so long asso
ciated , and who under the leadership of
William Lewis have been so kinuly in
their treatment that Mr. Rogers desires
to publicly express his thanks. Ho also
desires the BKE to express his thanks to
the other friends for tluiir sympathy and
kindness as .shown in floral tributes , and
to Lr. ) Coolcy and others of the Baptist
church for their kindness to her who has
now reached tlin end of suffering , and to
him , who has entered upon a great ser
Drs. Hanchctt & Smith , office No. 12 ,
Pearl st. , residence 120 Fourth st. Tele
phone No. 10. _
Now House For tlio Preacher.
The Congrcaationalists have decided
to go right ahead with the building of a
oarsonuge on the lot south of the church.
The committee yesterday let the contract
to Frank Gross for $2,505 , which includes
all but the plumbing and gas lilting.
The work will start at once.
A. Parrot Brcuks Off n Match.
London Telegraph ; Parrots have been
known for ages as being birds who may
bo counted upon to say exactly the wrong
thing at the wrong time , but it is doubt
ful if they have ever succeeded in making
themselves more utterly obnoxious than
in a recent episode occurring at Dublin ,
in which one specimen of the family
played a prominent part. The story is
that a gentleman , engaged to a pretty
young lady who had not yet seen the fur
ther side of twenty years , wont one
morning to pay a call at the house of the
father of his beloved. Ho stayed a short
time with the head of the house , as in
duty bound , probably making rather in
appropriate remarks , owing to his anx
iety to end the interview and sec the-
young lady to whom his affections were
At length ho took the sensible course of
going to look for her. and , rapping at the
door of the study , the household parrot
at once called out , in a loud voice , "Come
In , come in ! " The gentleman accepted
the invitation , and entered. Naturally
ho was rather surprised , and not very
much pleasedto discover that his fiancee
had been all the time engaged in a
sprightly conversation with another visi
tor of the male sex.
To make matters worse , the heartless
bird at once began to imitate the sound
of kissing in a truly lifelike way , and
concluded with mocking laughter. This
in itself was enough to render anybody
somewhat suspicious. The jealous lover
docs not seem to have done what some
lovers would have been tempted to do
make an onslaught on the parrot and
wring its neck on the spot. He accptod
the bird as a useful informer , and either
then or at a subsequent interview broke
off his engagement. Ho went oven
further , for ho baa instituted an action
for breach ot promise.
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett says :
"There is nothing more painful to con
template than a picture of oneself in a
book or newspaper. If one is a beauty
one's reputation is instantly destroyed ,
and if one cannot afford to have any
percentage taken off one's looks , the
consequences are that one's secret hopes
are blasted , and one's most timid and
modest confidence in oneself forever a
W. B. Davis , of Pcrrydale , Ore. , evi
dently objects to appearing as a witness
before the grand jury. Tlio other day ,
when ho saw the deputy shcritt coming
with a subpoena , he jumped a barb wire
fence and started across a wheat field.
When about half way acorss he looked
back and saw the deputy was gaining on
him. He then sat clown and pulled oil
his boots , and struck out barefoot will :
the speed of a deer and finally got away ,
For weak lungs , spitting of blood
weak stomach , night-sweats , and the
early stages of Consumption , "Golden
Medical discovery" is specific. Bydruc
. . . . llil i
. liiUt tf Carat.
YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER.
Owing to tbo DUOOIiL IU8TIUTT of th < cloth ( which
our patent ! cour icluilrely ) will nt rwrfwtlr nnt
lime worn. Requires no breaking In. MOidr HrrtmiD
OJ M Jler f ler being worn t n d j If not found the molt
PEKFECTITT1NO. . HEALTH TCI ,
nd rumrorlable Corset ever worn. Sold bj all
CHOTTT BKOfl. . Chlcaco , IU.
Iu Amber ,
naments , ai
well as the
Hair good !
29 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. Out
of town work solicited , and all mail
orders promptly attended to.
Ab other 7ioH.se In this state can
show such a large and complete
slock or ijlt'c the prices ti'c quote In
tills list. A wholcfulestwk amount
ing to $17,5,000 to be sold at less
than wholesale prices.
Prints , Percales and Satesns ,
Good quality 1'rlntn , He , 3c and -Ac
per yard ,
Jtcst quality Shirting and Dress
Prints , such as Mcrrlmac , Choce-
cocs , Aliens , AmericanRichmond * ,
etc. , at oc. Sold elsewhere at He and
American Sateens , yard. wideJOc.
Imported Sateens , ISc , HOc and
Shirting and Dress Percales , fie ,
7c , Sc and We , Regular price loc
Thousands of pieces to select from
in both Imported and domestic
Apron Glnyhamv , 4c , Sc and fie.
Dress Ginghams , Sc and ( ic.
lienfrcws , Lancas ers , Norman-
dlcs , Amoskags , and other brands
at 8c and We.
Imported Ginghams , 12\c \ up
wards , of which we have a great
Crinkled Seersuckers in plaids ,
stripes , combinations and chant-
brays , Sc , 7c , Sc , We , lite and ISc.
Cheviots and Shirtings from Gc
upwards. A full and complete line
always on hand.
Brown sheetings and Muslins , 4c ,
Yard wide Lawrence , "L. L. " and
other brands , 3c.
Best yard wide Indian Head
Sheeting , Gc , 7c and Sc.
Brown and Bleached Pillow Case ,
8-4,0-4 , W-4 , 1X-4 , at less than
ever before. ;
Bleached Muslin , yard wide , Be.
Lonsdale and similar brands ,
yard wide , Cjc to 7\c ,
Wamasutt , 'P ' rlde of West and
other brands , 10c to 12c.
A discount given to piece lots.
Lawns and'White Goods
from 3c Upwards.
Latest Styles Domestic and Im
On Monday , June 6th ,
Of att kinds of Dress and Was1\ \
Goods , at almost any price.
tSTJerseys. Wraps. Suits , madt
up Dresses , etc. , we are selling
cheaper than ever.
People's Store ,
Nos , 314,316,318 , , and 320
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - I A
And many other complaints cured by
EVIDENCE OF 1887
A Prominent Buffalo Physician says ;
BUFFALO , N , Y. , Feb. U. IMT
DrHorne. Chicago , III. Dear Sir : It U something
unuiual lor one of the medical profe ilo nto Indorse
an advertised article ) yet I take pleasure In Inform
Ing you that one of jour Klectrlo lleltn cured me ol
rbeuBatlsB , from wUlch 1 bad suffered 2ye am. 1
have recommended Tour Invention to at leant forty
of my putltnti nutTerlni with chronic disease * of va
rious kinds , vii ; ralpltatlon of the cart , nervous
debility , epilepsy , rheumatism pain In the back and
kidney * , etc. . etc. , etc. All hare purchiued nd
worn them with mot gratifying results. leannlshlj
recommend your Uloctrlc llelU M possessing grcal
merit. Fraternally voun ,
JL. D. MCJllcnAEt , M. D.Rl Niagara-it
A Chicago Phisician Says ,
Dr Home Dear Sir ) I have used several klndi of
magnetic and Electric Holts on patlentiund myielf.
I can nonestlr give the preference to youn , by all
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others. Vouri fraternally , J. II. JOUDO.V , M I ) ,
Jam It. 1ES7. OfflcoMR State-it. . Clilcaxo
A Physician Says. All of My Patient
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Physician and Surgeon
A Minister of the Gorman Evaugolica
T.nnnTov , Allegan Co , Mich. , Febj , 1IW7
pr. W. J. Ilirno. Chicago. Ill-Dear Sir : You
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I would like to Introduce your cnodi here. Will
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ve yourtenni. 1 nmthe mlnliterof the German
vangellcal Church of Lelghton. Iteipectfullr ,
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Residence , illddlevllle , Barry county , Mich.
Neural gria of the Stomach Cured.
_ _ _ CIIMTNUT , ILL. , Jan. 10.13ST
Dr. nornDear Bin I was lufferlnn with oeura
f I not the stomach , and medicine seemed to hare n <
effectieven morphine did notrellove me much. Tb <
attack would begin every evening about nine o'clocl
nd lait about sli houn. I sent for one of your Klei
trlcllelti , got It and put It on. and hain't bad tb
leait lymptom ol iiauralgla ilnce. lam well pleait
Yours truly , A.Q. UAKCOUUTJ
Dr. W. J. HORNB , 101 Wabash-avenuc
pie Inveator , Proprietor and Uanuraourcr.
tend itamp for catlugue.
iflnrjwtlrtMtreTne _ rJ >
Sacrifice Sale !
Eiseman's People's ' Store
During This Week ,
ISO dozen Ladles' Lisle 'Jhrcad
I/ose , X5c ; regular price < Wc.
WO dozen full regular Int/ruln ,
including black , Hoc ; regular price ,
200 dozen best Lisle Thread , Hoc.
Wcand oh :
2S dozen Slllc IIosc , A' } to Jat 7Sc
Misses' and Children's
fiOOdoxcn all sixes , -A to A'J atSc ,
8c and lOc ,
( i > 0 dozen at ISc , 20c and Hoc *
SOU dozen Lisle Thread Tngraln ,
and French Ribbed , at/iSciall sizes.
Tlicse are grout bargains.
tSTThla sale lasts all this week ,
and be sure you attend It.
PEOPLE'S STORE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - I A ,
OFFICER cC PUSEY ,
Speclfil advertisements , such as Lost , Found
'jo Loan , For Bulo , To Kent , Vxintg , Boarding ,
etc. , will bolneerted In tbla column at the lo\r
ratoof TEN CENTSPEH LINE fortheflrst inset-
ion and V'iveCcntsrorLlnoforcach subsequent
Insertion. Leuvo ndvcrtlBOmonta nt our office
No. 13 Peurl street , near Broadwuj , Council
FOR RENT Nice furnished room near the
park , 026 First avo.
FOR RKNT House of flvo rooms. Apply ot
215 Franklin street.
WANTED At once , a carriage trimmer at
Ilattonhauor'e , Council Dlutls.
AX7 ANTED Woman cook at once at HemeT
T restaurant , No. 3:17 : Broadway : also ( rood
dining-room girl. Good wages. Mrs. W. B.
FOU 8ALE-Or Trade Six sections of good
land in Lincoln county. Neb. , on U. P.
railway. Call on or addrusi Udell Bros. & Co. ,
103 Pearl St. , Council llluffg.
WAKEN UI > Juno 5,1887 , on the promises of
Jtho subscriber , BOO. 11 and 13 , Garner
township , Pottamattamleconnty , Iowa , known
as the old Voohls place , one daru brown horse
about 7 years old. The owner Is requested to
prove property , pay charges and take it away.
June 7,1B87. II. H. W1UQHT.
WANTED A good pirl for general house
work in small tnmlly. liberal WHKCS will be
pnld. Inquire at Elsonmn's People's Btoro or
at No. 131 Park avonue.
WANTED A situation with some wnolcsaol
firm as traellng salesman or assistant
bookkeeper. Address W. Q , No. ICO'J ' Chicago
street , Omaha.
WANTED A good girl for general house
work. Apply at 703 Sixth avunuo.
Largchats In white , black and all colors. .Pat
tern bonnets , huts and toques , a specialty.
No 1514 Douglas St. . Omaha.
BEST LIGHT LIYERY
The finest of driving horses always on
hand and for sale by
E. S. BARNETT ,
Justice ot the Peace ,
415 Broadway , Council Bluffi.
Refers to any bank or business house in the
city. Collections a specialty.
Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards
Broadway , Council Ululls , Opp. Dummy Depot
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Horses and mules kept constantlyon
hand , for aato at retail or in car loa d
Orders promptly filled by contract on
short notice. Stock sold on comniission.
SntUTEit & BoLur , Proprietors.
Telephone No , 11
Formerly of Keil Sale. Stables , corner
lit. avo. and 4th st
OI1M T. STONE. JACOIl SIMl
STONE & SIMS ,
Attorneys at Law ,
cilce in the State and Federal Courti
Room * 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block.
IN NEW GOODS
Broadway , Council Bluffs , la
A large stock of fine white summer good
and wash fabrics.
A New and Fine Assortment of Parasols , Sun ,
shades and Umbrellas ,
ALSO A FULL STOCK OF YOUNG
LADIES' CORSETS ,
Summer Corsets and the Noted Little
Departme nt is yet -well stocked and invites the attention
of everyone about to furnish a home. Also oil cloths ,
matting , rugs , mats , etc. Do not forget the number ,
No. 4O1 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
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O. CT. OOLZBT ,
Real Estate Broker and Dealers
Council BlulFH Office , Masonic
Temple. Omiiliu Oitlcco , 111
Nor III lUllmtrect.
Particular attention given to In
venting fuiidM for non - resident
dent * Special bargains In lotn &
ucre property . In Omaha & Connell -
ell ited. Vluin. Correspondence solic
GARDEN HOSE ,
Steam , Gas and Water Pipe
NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY ,
No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa
Mail Orders Shi wed Promptly.
REAL ESTATE ,
Vacant Lots. Lands , City Residences nnd
Farina. Acra property Inveslern part of city.
All selling cheirp to roalcn room for spring stock
R. , P. OFFICER ,
Real Estate & InspjiCB i ; ? ! * ,
KC5mB , 6vcr Officer ft I'mcr'i U onV , Cou
Bluff * .
jv. scjiuitx ,
Justice of the Peace.
O ill oo over American
It. RICE , M. D.
Cancers / < / other Tumors
Removed without the knile or Drawing o
Over 150 year * Practical experience.
No. 11 1'e rl St. , Council 11 luffs.
6. B. ALLEN ,
, ) ,
Over No. 12 North Main St.
Cltr ncl county raapi , of cltloi anil countlM
wa stern low * , Ncbr u ka andKuiat ,
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