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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , MARCH 5. 1859.
THE DAILY BEE.
s. NO 12 STUKKT.
flellvertd bv cnrrlcr In Any 1'ftit ot ho City a
Twenty Cents I'erWcek. . . _ . .
II. W. T1I.TON . . . . JUNAOE1I.
nrf ISTR : Orricr. No. 43.
NIOJIT IIIITOII : , No.I. .
N. Y. Plumbing company.
The Indies of Harmony mission will
entertain a dime social at their chnpol
this ovonlng. A pleasant evening is
anticipated , mid everybody is invited.
Tlio young ladies of All Saints Guild
will entertain n social this evening nt
the residence of .Mrs. S. C. Key. 'MB
South Seventh street. All young
people lire especially invited.
A move IB now on foot to organize
nnothcr rillo club in the city. H will bo
n young men's club , nnd nil \vlio desire
to' become members nro requested to
leave tho.r niuncs nt 787 Broadway.
Tlio first , ball game of the Benson wns
played Saturday by the llrbt nnd Hecond
nines of the dent nnd dumb institute on
their grounds. The gnmo resulted in n
vh'tory for the first nine by a score of 31
The Indies interested in thobnwiar to
bo given for the benefit of St. Bernard's
hospital nro requested to meet at St.
Joseph's hall on Wednesday and Satur
day afternoons at 2 o'clock to assist with
Next Monday comes school election ,
nnd in the menu time the candidates will
get in some heavy work. 1C. II. Odell
nnd C. A. Bcobo nro the republican as
pirants , nnd John Schocntger and F. M.
Hunter , democratic.
The Ladies' Musical society will meet
on Thursday , March 7 , at 8 o'clock , at
Max Meyer's hall , Omnhn. The day
has been changed on account of Ash
Wednesday , The ladica" quartette will
furnish the programme.
A. W. Brown and Miss Lucy Ilnskin ,
both of Module , la. , were married in
the parlors of the Kiel house yesterday
oy Squire Schuiv. Tlio groom isa
justice of the pcaco at Modulo , but came
to the Blulls to get the knot tied.
Johnnie , the eight-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Fowler , who live
about eight miles south of this city ,
died yesterday afternoon. The funeral
will take place nt 10 o'clock to-day.
Ed W. llaines opened the Now
Pacific house yesterday and set uji an
elaborate spread in honor of the occa
sion. Everybody wns invited and a
great many accepted. The dinner wns
greatly enjoyed by these who partook
This evening there will bo a new de
parture , and the meeting will bo made
a class cr experience scbdion. There is
no formality or rigidity about thcso
meetings , and all classes nnd conditions
of fcct'iety nro invited to attend , ospcc-
inlly the drinking population. The
meetings will bo continued the re
mainder of the week , and the spacious
church will undoubtedly bo llllcd every
Hon. W. II. M. Puscy received intel
ligence from Wnshingson yestornny
morning that n clock would shortly bo
placed in the tower of the government
building in this city. The now ticker
will bo sent on immediately , and will
probably bo In position by tno end of
the month. It is a matter for congratu
lation that a clock is at last to bo lo
cated in the .heart of the business portion
tion of the city.
The remains of Mrs. Colonel Stevens
will bo taken to Fort Calhoun , Nob. ,
to-day for burial. There will bo a short
bervico at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Itunyun at > 11 o'clock , and the
friends will then proceed to the train
leaving hero at 1 o'clock. The ser
vices at Fort Calhoun will take place
immediately after the arrival of the
train thoro. Jlev. T. J. Mackay will
conduct the services hero.
The Danish Evangelical Lutheran
Church association of America , of the
southern district , will hold its annual
meeting to-day and to-morrow at the
Scandinavian Lutheran church , corner
of Avenue A and Ninth btreot. The day
Forviccs will bo from 'J to 12 , nnd from
2 to 5 , and in the evening at 7:30. : Sev
eral speaker will bo present. All
Scandinavians are invited and are wel
come to both day and evening' meetings.
Parties having temperance billiard
halls and restaurants will do well to
take the exclusive sale _ of my temperance -
anco beer. L. M.
Ilavo our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundry Uo.
Bartlett & Norton for hardware ,
stoves and cutlery , 787 and 2315 B'way.
I'rr onnl I'nrncrnphs.
lion. C. S. Fogg , ot Stuart , was visit
ing friends in the city yoatorday.
C. P. Braslan returned yesterday
morning from a Hying trip to'Chicago.
W. S. Whitton , of Trenton , Mo. , who
is en route to Portland , Oro. , was in the
BlulTn yesterday , accompanied by J. II.
Bulla , of South Omaha.
Peter Wets , Charles L. IJunham and
Paul Acklcs , of Avoca. were in the city
yesterday. They have jiibt returned
Jrom a month's prospecting tour through
Judge Carson was in the city yester
day. Ho has just completed a term of
court at Sldnoy , and came homo for u
brief stay befoio going to Glonwood ,
whore ho opens a. term this morning.
II. B. Brown , of Biughaiuton , N. Y. ,
United States pension examiner , who
has made this city his headquarters
since October last , has go no to Olnoy ,
111. IIo mudo many friends hero , who
regret to sue him leave.
R.OV. Mr. Mucka'y and J. E. Harkness
wont to Hnrlnn yesterday to hold a
mooting there last evening in the in-
turosts of the Chautauqua assembly.
Thin evening Mr. Jlarlcnoss and Itov ,
Dr. Pliulps hold n similar mooting In
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ashton , of Ogden ,
Utah , arrived here last evening from
the east , where they attended , in Chicago
cage , the golden wedding of Mr. Ash-
t oil's parents. Mrs. Ashton is n nicco
of J. T. Clark , of Milwaukee , whom
they have ulbo visited recently. They
will remain lioro a few days , the guests
of Mr.and Mrs. T. A. Clark. Mrs.
Clark and daughter , Miss Sadie 'Clark ,
will probably return with Mr. and Mrs.
Ashton to the west , in the hope of bet
tering Mbs Clark's health.
I have moved my olllco to Omaha , nt
which nil orders will bo received and
Irom which nil deliveries will bo made
by w'lgon. L. M. FiXKiiLSYKiy.
Now and full line of spring goods nt
the London Tailors , OJ17 Broadway.
The London "Tailor's" is the plnco to
got your clothes mado. 037 Broadway.
S. B. Wads worth it Co. loan money.
For Sulo nt n llnrcnln.
Hotel projKirty in Council Bluffs , cen
trally located , doing good business. U.
P , Olllcor , solo agent , No. 112 N. Main
fcJt. , Council Bluffs.
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RE-SULT Or THE BALLOTS ,
Lnoy Has Miclo. Hte Calling and
BUT FEW DISTURBANCES.
Fnthcr Ilcnly Heard Troiu The
Mnynr Snyn llio Cnpners Must
Go A Tow Still Get
JJrunlc In town ,
The nnltlc of the nnllnts.
Election day passed much moro
quietly in the Blults than was antici
pated , although iv vast amount of work
was performed by the party leaders
and their faithful henchmen , cspocinlly
In the Third and Fourth wards. As fat-
as the weather was concerned , the day
was all that could be desired , being
bright and warm , ami the rather btill
breeze that was blowing was not stronger
or cold enough to bo disagreeable. H
was understood by the democratic
leaders that they had a big job on their
hands to elect candidates , and they lost
no time in getting to work early in the
morning , or rather in keeping up the
vigorous work of the preceding three
davs. It was frequently remarked dur-
inp the day that the republicans were
not olTcctivoly organized for the day's
work , but the result showed that they
polled a very fair vote , considering the
fact that it was merely a city election.
In the Firstand Second wards there
was little or no excitement. The only
ollicials to bo voted on in these wards
were psirk commissioner and aldorman-
nt-lnrgo. For the former , the
voters cu&t tholr. ballots ac
cording to their personal preferences ,
find little wire nulling was done , but
the ward workers did not overlook the
alderman-at-Uirgo , and Knopher's
friends were very busy.
General interest seemed to center in
the Third ward , where Lacy was mak
ing a most decided light for ro-clcotion
to the council. It had boon feared that
there would bo trouble there , and nu
merous policemen , both regular and
special , wore on hand during the day.
On several occasions , dillercnces in
opinion assumed threatening proportions
tions , but an outbreak was almost al
The Lacy faction converted an ad
joining building into a recruiting sta
tion , and many a voter who went in to
see tlio " 3,700 pound horse , " ci-.tno out
with his breath smelling like a Kansas
drug store and a Lacy ticket tightly
folded in his liana.
It was very quiet at the Fourth ward
nolling places , and the "bloody Fourth" '
did little to sustain its rather question
able reputation. There was a little fun
occasionally in the Second precinct ,
but it was spasmodic , and too weak to
weak to cut much of a figure in the re
sult of the day's doings.
Sweeney , the democ.-atio candidate
for councilman , was knifed from the
very start , and his friends gave uj ) the
figlft early in the day. ' Everett , his re
publican competitor , received a. largo
number of democratic votes , while many
democrats , not wishing to turn mug
wump , refused to vote for ward alder
Several little scrapping matches were
reported , but only two came to the no
tice of the police. The lirst was be
tween a couple of colored individuals ,
Andy Neatly and W. II. Richardson.
Andy failed to POO the po int to some of
Bill's arguments , and the latter then
nulled a gun and threatened to per
forate him. Neally knocked him down
and sat on him until Mr. A. J. Clough
secured the gun , when the pugilistic
politician was ignominiously led away
to the cooler. The tilt occurred at the
corner of Broadway and. Main.
Shortly after dinner Deputy Slarshal
B. T. Connor visited the polling place
in the second precinct of tha Fourth
ward. While there he got into a dilll-
culty with one T. Kane , and Tom
"smashed him" under the right optic.
Connor turned in a call for the patrol
wagon , but whan it arrived. Kane was
not to be found. A warrant was sworn
out for his arrest on the charge of as
saulting an pHicor who was in the dis
charge of his duty.
The counting was begun as soon as
the polls wore closed , and progressed
rapidly , as there wore but few otliccs to
bo filled , although there was moro or
less scratching in all of the wards. By
0 o'clock the work was completed and
the returns all in.
The following is
Till ! OITJCIAT , COUNT.
First Ward Aldorman-at-largo.
Knophor , d. , 183 ; Woods , r. , IMS. Park
commissioner , Wadsworth , d. , 103 ;
Guittar , r. , 1233.
Second Ward Aldorman-at-largo ,
Knophor , d. , 399 ; Woods , r. , 203. Park
commissioner , Wadsworth , d. , S151 ;
Third Ward Aldorman-at-largo ,
Knophor , d. , 3.00 ; Woods , r. , 277. Park
commissioner. Wadsworthd.fiSI ; Guit-
tcr , r. , " 39. Ward aluorman , Lauy , d. ,
350 ; Couisins , r. , 270 ; Frontman , 'ind. ,
Fourth Ward First precinct , nldor-
man-at-large , Knephcr , d. , 210 ; Wioils ,
r. , 310. Park commissioner , Wads-
worth , d. , 237 ; Guittar , r. , 322. Ward
alderman , Swoenov , d. , 205 ; Everett ,
r. , 381.
Second Precinct Aldorman-at-largo ,
Knophor , d. , 157 ; Woods , r. , 118. Park
commissioner , Wadsworth , d. , ICO ;
Guittar , r. , 114. Ward alderman Swoo-
noy , d. . 12U ; Everett , r. , 1-12.
The majorities are as follows :
Aldorman-at-Largo Knophor , 82.
Alderman Third \Vard-Laoy , 80.
Alderman Fourth Ward Evorott,109.
Park Commissioner Wadsworth , 81.
The comiiloxion of the council re
mains the sanio , two of the alderman
being ro-oleotod , and Mr. Motcalf's
place is llllcd by Mr. Everett , who is
iikowifao a republican.
\Vnntod AfiHlwtnnt Cook.
At the Deaf and Dumb institution.
Wages ? 16 to $20 per month. Lodging
and washing froo.
Money loaned on fuinlturo , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of vnluo at low" rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing.
A. A. Clark ft , Co. , olllco cor. BroaUway
and Main , over American express.
Cappers Must Go.
Mayor Rohror has issued an order to
the police to the olToet that any sus
picious character soon in or about the
city shall bo placed under arrest. The
object of this order , as explained by the
executive , is to drive out the gambling
house hangor8-on. Ho recognizes the
fact that in these places are concocted
the schemes which have disgraced the
police record and made Council
U lull's n rendezvous for the law
less clement of the two cities.
Having ordered the gambling houses
closed the mayor says ho will BOO that
in the furtherance of his purposes , this
last order is rigidly enforced. The per
son who cannot fahow a "meanaof liveli
hood" mubt therefore * seek BOIIIO other
place to carry on his unlawful business.
The city marshal , who has received
the above orders , states that ho will
execute them to tho' letter. In this
thcro is a promise , at least , that the
laws of the state In this particular mat
ter , will bo enforced. How faithfully
these promises will be kept will appear
Jn the near future.
Rooms to rout in the Morrtnm block.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co.,230 Main street.
I'ullrd lly ttiD Police.
The work of the politicians was no-
tlceablo in police court yesterday morn
ing' , Num crous pints of strong , demo
cratic iirjVuinotii hail found a receptacle
in human tanks , and the said tanks had
proven unequal to the task imposed on
them to carry around the liquor in
safety. There was too much pressure ,
and the failure of the safety valves to
work properly had resulted disas
trously for many an American clttx.cn ,
The majority of them were booked as
simple drunks , and were disposed of as
follows : Mike Grlllln , $8.10 ; W. F.
Smith , 87.00 ; John Doe. $7.00 ; George
Little , $8.10 ; Tim Nugant , $7.00 ; John
Sweeney , $7.00.
There were those who had carried
their political zeal too far , and against
them was prefcrrnd the charge ot di -
turlilng the peace. In this list wore
Morris Kelley , Fnink .lonos and Clorlc
Williams , who hud their cases con
tinued , and Themes Jones , who pleaded
guilty and paid $10.10.
Try our XXX bottled boor. Special
rates on all orders from Iowa.
l-i It n Hallway Move ?
Mr. C. P. Braslan was interrogated
yesterday regarding llio significance of
the visit to tliis city and Manawa of
Vice President Ilolcomu , General Man
ager Kimball and the chief engineer of
the Union Pacific. Said lie : "Tho
gentlemen came over to bco Council
BlulTs , and were highly pleased with
what they saw. They accepted an in
vitation to visit Manawa and expressed
surprise at the rapidity with which im
provements there have progressed dur
ing the past few weeks. It is quite pos
sible that when they can bpnro the time
thny will come again.1
"Is it true that some scheme is on
foot for the Union Pacific to branch out
to Manawa and make other extensive
improvements on this side of the
"It is too early now to toll of any of
their plans , as they are not disposed to
give away their intentions , and it would
bo impossible to find out anything defi
nite In this matter , oven if there was
anything in this report. However ,
Manawa is all right , and the improve
ments thcro are by no moans com
Headquarters for builders * hardware ,
Odell & Bryant , C13 Main street.
Dr. C. C. Ilazon , dentist , Opera house
In District Court.
The case of State vs Thorpe was the
first one called in district court yester
day on the opening of the criminal
docket. The prisoner was charged
with uttering : i forged chock for $9.73
on the 22d of last September. The
check was drawn on the Omaha Na
tional bank and bore the signature of
.1. N. Noligh. It was cashed by N. P.
Scott , an Upper Broadway barber. The
prisoner claimed that he won the check
in an Omaha gambling house from a
man who gave the name of J. J. Noligh.
Thorpe claims to bo a detective.
The case was submitted to the
jury shortly after 3 o'clock and in
about fifteen minutes n verdict
of guilty as charged in the indictment
The case of State vs Griffith was then
called. This is the new trial granted
by Judge Carson on the charge of omr
bezzloment. The evidence for the state
was not all in when courtadjourncd last
The jury in the case of Peckinbaugh
vs Leonard was dismissed , as one of the
jurors was taken seriously ill Sunday
night. No verdict was arrived at , al
though they struggled with the ques
tion for tnirty-six hours. This necessi
tates another trial of this wearisome
caso. _ _
Send all orders for bottled beer to L.
M. Finkelstein , Omaha.
A quiet wedding took place yesterday
afternoon at the residence of S. H. Fos
ter , on South Eighth street. The con
tracting parties were Mr. Fletcher itol-
15s and Miss Tinnio E. West. The
groom is the local agent of the Key
stone Manufacturing company , and'tho
bride is a sister-in-law of Mr. Foster.
Both of thorn aio well known and highly
respected in this city. The ceremony
was witnessed by a few intimate friends.
Rov. G. W. Crofts , of the Congrega
tional church , officiated. Tim Bui :
joins with many friends in extending
congratulations and bast wishes for
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , culls nnd shirts by Cascade Laun
Another Old licsldont Com- .
Grandma Wickham , as she has been
familiarly known for years , died yester
day afternoon at 2 o'clock , at her homo
on Franklin avenue. The deceased was
the mother of .Tamos and O. P. Wick-
ham , the woll-known contractors , and
bus resided in this Jiity for over thirty
years. She wns in her seventy-seventh
year , and has boon ailing for some timo.
tiino. She had an extensive circle of
friends nnd acquaintances , who will bo
deeply pained to learn of her death.
The funeral will take plnco to-morrow.
The time has not yet been dqcided on ,
but notice will bo given to-morrow
Money loaned nt L. B. Craft's & Co.'s
loan olllco on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wngons , personal property of nil kinds ,
nnd nil other iirticlca of value without
removal. All business strictly confi
The Miunnorolinr Masquerade.
A merry party of maskers assembled
at the Masoniu temple last evening to
take part in the masquerade hall given
by the Micnnorchor society. It was
ono of tlio plcasan test public balls of the
season , much care being exorcised in
keeping out all objectionable charac
ters , The costumes were exceedingly
grotesque for the most part , although
some were very handsome. The lloor
wns comfortably filled. Dalloy's band
furnished excellent music.
Tha Dttlldlnu Ansoclittloii.
The annual meeting of the Council
Bluffs Savings , Loan and Building ns >
Bociation was hold nt Masonic temple
last ovonlng , and the following di
rectors were elouted : II. C. Boube , A.
B. Walker and A. Bossnmn. Frank
Grass was elected to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation ot A. J.
Brown. D. W. Ots was ro-oloctod sac-
James M. I hum at the M..K. Church'
The two meetings that have boon hold
thus far at the Broadway M. E ; c'Uurch
by Jnmcs M. DuiHif the great mission
ary tompprniiccv'dworkcr , have been
largely altondcd nd very successful.
Sunday ovonlng "tho speaker outlined
his work , and on'tlvnt ' occasion over two
hundred slgnatu&a were .secured. Con
siderable ontlnigJHsni wns manifested.
Last evening the house wns well filled ,
and when the pledge was circulated
over ono hundred .signers attached their
names , many of them being drinking
men , '
City Council Adjourn ? .
Tlio city council mot lust evening for
its regular monthly work , butadjournod
without action. Thcro were present
tlio mayor and Aldermen Metcalf ,
Kuoplor , Weaver and Waterman. The
mayor stated that on account of the
death of Mrs. Wickham , who was the
mother of Mr.s. P. Lacy , the council
should adjourn out of respect to 'tho
death of so near a relative of ono of its
members. The next meeting will beheld
hold to-morrow evening.
SU DUllllAN NlTws.
Mr. John Johnson , of Clmlco , was doing
business In town Wednesday.
Hi-own , of I'upllllon drove over anil
spent the afternoon Thursday.
J.V. . Marshall is nlilc to nttond to business
again , nfler tin Illness of three \\ccUs
Mr. John Roller , of Polo , 111. , nrrlva.t hero
Wednesday morning on n visit to his sister ,
Mrs. Finch Busactt.
Mrs. K. M. Kcycs returned hqnio Sunday
mornliifr. after a three weeks' visit to friends
at Onmli.i and Arlington.
Mr. anil Mr.s. Den man Dnrrctt. of Omaha ,
were in town Wednesday evening , attending
the ConillWilltins nuptials.
County Clerk S. O. Salisbury anil wife , of
I'aplllion , spciit Krici.iy nttcrnoon nhakincr
hands with old friumls nnd ncqtiuintanccs
Mr. A. Andrews , inntiacr ( of the Cooly
Albright gravel pitvhcru , returned Thurs
day morning from Fort Doilgo , Iowa , where
he went on business.
Mr. I ) . N. Hoftcrs , formerly of Omaha ,
now of Pniiilliun , was In town Monday und
Tuesday. While huro he sold his Mii'ii ' street
property to Air. Fred Pflug.
Air. Ted Policy , of Hot Springs , Dalcotn ,
proprietor of the Tally Ho stage line between
Hot Springs nnd Rapid City , Dakota , is hereon
on a visit to his brother , Mr. John Policy .
John Q. Goss , the delinquent tax collector ,
\vas headquartered In town three days last
week. Alter this week Air. Goss will visit
the delinquents at their homes , so that none
will escape. The county will realize sotno
§ 10,003 from the delinquent books.
A young tramp giving tlio name of John
Johnson was arrested by the city marshal
last Tuesday morning on suspicion of being
the party that stole the tray of jewelry , nt
Dun bar , but upon being searched nnd exam
ined nothing was found against him and he
Married , nt the residence of the bride's
parents , three miles east of this iTlaco Alon-
day evening , February 25 , Air. John Aim
ing and Miss IJuby p. Chapman. Also fnar-
i-ied at the residence of the bride's parents in
this plnco Wednesday cvuiilnir , February 27 ,
Charles Corrcll and Miss Ucrtha Wilkins.
Also nt Papillion Wjcdjicsdiiy afternoon Feb
ruary 2" , Air. C. H. Depuy and Miss Ida
Ho.vt both of this place.
There was nver.y , pfeasant gathering last
week , Monday evening , at the residence of
Air. nnd Mrs. L. O. Lovoll , it being the fifth
anniversary of their marriage. Tlio invita
tions read Woodstock , Canada , 1SS4 , Spring-
Hold , Nob. , 183 ! ) . Over one hurdrcd guests
assembled and spenCitho evening in social
chat u'ld various games. The presents were
numerous and costly. An excellent supper
was served in an adjoining house. The
hprlnglleld brass band called during the even
ing and discoursed n few ohoico selections ,
adding greatly to tlje pleasure of the oc
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
IT PENETRATES TO THE NERVE.
Stops the Ache. Sco Directions.
AT DllUGOISTS AND
THE CHARLES A. VOGELEF1 CO. . Baltimore. Mi
CONTRACTORS NOTICE !
Thnt wo arc putting in tlio Inrgcst
nnd most compfoto line of bulldinp sup
plies HO luivo over cnrricd , nnd will bo
plcnscd to give cstimntcs on nil tin
work , roofing , funmcc work nnd build
er's hnrdwnro. Are pleased to give cs-
tinintes to nil purtios who contemplnto
building. Cull at our Rtoro ,
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COM3 & . COLE.
Wo soil the Quick Meal Gas and
Gasoline stoves. The 1889 stove is n
dniby. Cor.r. &C'oiH ,
41 Main street.
Three illtilng room B'Hs ' 1m-
mediately at the new 1'aclllo hotel. None
but llm-class waiters iieud apply.
T71OK HUNT Two nicely furnished rooms for
JU' mini and wlfoortwoBentlemon , with nsoof
liaths. lleateil by furuuce.1 Boutli Beveutn
KtiTet , Ament block.
WANTKD-The people to try the City Bteam
Laundry. HI North Main.
"I7UH KIJNT Clioap. two handsome , now , six-
JL room cottages , north of transfor. Council
lllulls. Jnuulre Dlnud Itlslitor , Ctli nvo. nnil
" | jVH HUNT The threo-story nrlck store room
JLJ No. 4U7 liroiulway. The location Is one of
the best In the city. 'Ihs bulldln ; IIUH hoen oc
cupied toy the last twenty years by Miller A : Co. ,
hardware , and would be a very denlrable loca
tion for a hardtvaro business on tnat account.
John llcunett. )
D , H , MoDANELD & CO , ,
Hides , Tallow , Pelts , Wool &Fufs ,
Highest market prices. Prompt returns. KM
and U t Main St. Council UluIIa , Iowa.
THE COUNCIL BLUFFS
On hnntl for city loans ; lowest rntcs
Fine fnrms close to Bluffs to exchange
for city property.
Western lunU to oxcliiingo for city
Big bargains in Broadway lots.
Fine business property to exchange
for well improved farina.
Good fresh stock eroceries to ex
change for city property und one-third
Houses and lots on monthly payments.
Snmll payments down. Prices ranging
from 8770 to 84,000. ,
Cheap lots in Evans1 , Wright's , Coch-
rail's and most all additions to city.
Fine acre property for sale froin $100
to $ .500 lebs than present worth.
No. 10 IVarl St , Council
Fuel Merchants. Watch TheSlGNS
of the TT i t\/l tr c r *
\A/ie \ / invite - - your ompi patronage RG.MILLEf ? . % ; Jl-QARp LN EFt *
N09.II& 13 PearlS.h , \
COUNCIL BLUFF !
' $ * ? $ $ & & >
. . _ ffat/'Sf
- - *
OttiQhQ , /CM'/ / Bluffs , j
AT PETER C , MILLER'S. '
Sign. House mid Oinamcntal Painting , Kalso-
inlnlng , ( liamlug , etc.
Nos. 11 and 13 Pearl St.
O. R. GILBERT ,
-ASH iuAiin : : IN-
NATURAL HISTORY SPECIMENS ,
c ? z :
cw _ . 43 ,
Orders filled for all kinds of mammals arid
lilrd specimens. Minerals and fossils on hand.
Ilullnlo horns. Doer and Klk antlers. Fur and
Deer-skin nips. m-tiflcliU eyes , etc. Taxidermy
work ilone In all Its branches. Semi for cata
What a SMrt
LOOK AT IT.
If yon had taken It to tlio City fctcam j.aumlry
it wouldn't loo'c HO.
aj .Main Street. Telephone 141.
OF OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
AUK INVJTKU TO CAM-AT
.Mrs.C . , L , GILLETT'S '
Anil K'O her line line of Ilulr
( ooilM. I'lNIIST IIAIU
UKNAMKNTH In tlio city
WlKH. Deal il , etc. , tor Hunter
Olutli nnd Coylo nml My era
Ureaf-o TnlntB. Hair
- > . - , DrcBsIn ' . 12tc.
No. 2 Main S . . C'oiiiull It. . .
Order * l > y mall recolvo prompt at tcnllun
A. F. CLATTERBUCK ,
410 BROADWAY ,
COUNClli IJljUFKS , I I IOWA.
I'rlvato watchmen ( urnlibeA at any and al
Special attention Riven to collection of cliut-
tel iiicntKUiroH undnotoi.
Money toloan on jjood clmttcl security.
llt-ferenco Any Dank , uttonmy , or business
man in the city.
THOS. OrncKit. w. If. M. I'usEir.
OFFICER & PUSEY.
Corner Main and Ilroadway ,
COUNCIL UIjUKF8 , IOWA.
Deak-ra In foreign tnd domestic exchanco.
Collections made and mterest paid on time de
CITY MEAT MARKET !
TO THE FRONT !
UNTIL rUllTHEIt KOT1CK I WIMj 8K1.I.
BEEF , VEAL & PORK
OP iJV OWN JUlESHINd
Iowa Cattle , Fed on Iowa Corn ,
And will meet any honest competition on prlcau
for Flw-i'lass Meats.
J. M. SCANLAN ,
. ' SOI.
12O IlTontlwny. - - TPlopliono
An old established Boot and Shoe business
in Oounnil Biiiffs , Iowa.
The Phillips stock of Boots and Shoes at
413 Broadway , is for sale and the store will
be rented. Best stand and trade in city.
Nearly thirty years in one location. Present
stock from $12,000 to $15,000. For further
particulars apply to GD. . Phillips , at the
store , or to N. O. Phillies , one of the execu
tors of the J. M. Phillips estate.
N. P. DODG-E , Executor.
SIZES FROM Especially AJapted for
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
PiioclHcatkms nnd estimates furnished for complete ittonm plnnti. HeKiiliitlon. Durability Ounr
untecd. Can show letti'r.s from users heio Kuol Kconomy Is cijtnl 'itu Corliss Non-l'onilenslng.
E. C , HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Council Bluffs.
PUBLIC & PRIVATE BDILDIBGS
JOHN GILBERT , 521 Main St.
TELEPHONE 221. EstiiiuitoH Furnisliotl
Currcspoiidcnco Solicited. On Application.
, .Sanitary I'Jnginoor. 1'liCni , Kbtiinntes
H B. Kupurvision of Public Work. Brown
Building , Council BlulTn , Jowa.
' Justice ( if thh Pence. Ollico over Amerirnn ExprobH , No. 410
N Broadway , Council BlulTs , Iowa.
oTrvMr P Olr\/IQ / Attornovs-at-Lnw. Practice In the Stnto nnd Fod-
O I UINL Qi OlIVlO oral Courts KOOIIH 7 nnd 8 Shugart-Bono Block ,
Council Blullrf. Iowa.
Rl IRkF Ri FIN I CV Atu > riioyb-iit-Livw. _ . Room 10 , tihugurt Block ,
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE NO. 26O
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