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THE OMAHA DAILY BEH'1 TUESDAY , APHIL 2. 1889.
THE DAILY BEE.
OFFICE. NO 12 PJ2A1UJ STREET.
Dtllvci oil by carrier In Any PArt of
ni'FiiciifiR Omen No. 43.
NIGHT KDITOH , No.ia.
N. Y. Plumbing company.
Coal and wood , E. E. Mayno , CIO B'wny.
Judge Dcomor will open district court this
morning nt 0 o'clock. "
James Wallace was the lucky winner In
the watch club Saturday evening last.
A mass temperance meeting will bo held
this evening In the Scandinavian church.
The homo of W. W. Sherman was "made
happy on Saturday last by the arrival ol n
III. Balrd has improved the Interior ot his
store so wonderfully that its best friends
hardly know It.
A license to wed was Issued yesterday to
William Muzum nnd Lilly Lacy , both of
That old land mark , the Scott house ,
has caught the building fever and Is putting
on such additions and Improvements us will
present a complete now front.
In the Brooks case , examination was
waived by the defense when called yester
day. The case now goes to the grand Jury.
Ed Jatnos hnd his examination before the
commissioners for the insane yesterday. Ho
was decided to bo sane and was consequently
The fire laddies wcro out yesterday prac
ticing with tholr big truck. They promise
to show their visitors n trick or two at the
At a meeting of the directors of the Fairview -
view cemetery , held yesterday morning , Mr.
William S. Cooper was clectetl to member
ship In place of J. H. Phillips , deceased.
The verdict in the case of Bergman vs the
Omaha & St. Louis railway company was
opened yesterday morning. It was for the
defendant , ami costs'aro taxed accordingly.
It was cruel joke that willed sent ono of
the undertakers nearly a mile yesterday to
prepare for burial a man who was , and is
nlive nnd kicking , because somebody had a
Ijttlo fun at his expense.
About twenty-ilvo members of St. Alban'a
Lodge , K. of P. , Including the degree team ,
went to Ncola last evening , whore a now
lodge was Instituted. They wont by special
car attached to the regular passenger train.
Yesterday L. A. Gray bought lot 5 in block
15 in Beer's subdivision for ? GOO. Another
deed filed was the sales of lots ill. 3'j and 83
in blocks ; lots 1)5 ) and 30 In block G , In
Wright's addition for $750 sold.by N. Mor-
rlam to.David Hawley , of the state of Con
A horse Was taken with hemorrhage of the
lungs while being led down Washington
avenue yesterday afternoon. He bled freely
and the groans of the sutTcrlng beast could
bo heard blocks away. The people upon the
street were greatly exorcised but were re
lieved , as was the horse , by the attendance
of a physician.
The motor boys have the laugh on ono ot
tholr members. Yesterday being April
Fool's day an advertising bank book was loft
near the rails of the lino. The motor man
next ever thn road saw the big roll , pulled
up his train and grabbed ttio prize. Thn pas
sengers caught onto the combination nnd the
laugh went around.
Said a prominent city ofllcinl yesterday :
"Thoro is no need of a hitch in the appoint
ments of the city council. One of the bonus
of contention is the clerkship , and that mat
ter can bo Jlxod up without any trouble.
Troutman ( dcm. ) nnd Dftlr.vmplo ( rep. ) are
both good wen , and thoroughly nuallllcd to
fill the ofllco. I would not turn my hand
over as to a choice in the men. The other
ofllccs are just as easily filled. "
The Modern Woodmen were entertained
by the ladles of the Auxillcry society last
evening in a banquet and social. The enter
tainment was otio of the best of the series.
In the same connection may DO noted that
the two bodies are contemplating the nro-
ductlon at an early day of a popular drama.
Good material Is furnished in the organiza
tions and an entertainment such as is pro-
.posed would bo possessed of merit nnd very
For Rent Furnished house 5 rooms ,
peed location. Inquire of Frank Cook ,
No. 5 , Pearl street.
Money loaned on furniture , pianos ,
diamonds , horses , buggies or anything
of value at low rates of interest. No
publicity ; fair and honorable dealing1.
A. A. Clark & Co. , office cor. Broadway
and Main , over American express.
Headquarters for builders' hardware ,
Odoll < Ss Bryant , $13 Main street.
Have our wagon call for your soiled
clothes. Cascade Laundrv Go.
E. H. Shcafo & Co. olTor bargains in
city property , either improved or un
improved. Easy payments. Good lots
on $10 payments.
Notice the beautiful finish given col
lars , cuffs and shirts by Cascade Laun
"Western litunber awl Supply Co.
Between 13th and 14th streets , and Ud
nnd 3d uvonuos. Telephone 1241.
* E. W. RAYMOND , Manager.
For $25.00 The N ! Y. Plumbing Co.
will put a load service pipe nnd hydrant
In your yard ; also 50 foot extra hose.
Call at once at 114 Main street.
Colonel W. P. Lapp is attending court -at
Major F. P. Woods and family have moved
from Omaha to Council B lulls and will rcsido
on First avenue.
Ed. Miller left yesterday with his family
for Soatlo , W , T. , at which pl&co ho Intends
to locate permanently.
Ferdinand Plumber nnd family have de
parted for Sioux City , which place will
hereafter bo tholr homo.
Mrs. L. Leonard returned to the Bluffs
from California Sunday , She will remain
for n time with her daughter , Mrs. Horace
Everett , before returning to her home iu
Howard county , Missouri.
H. F. Thomas , who ha ? for nearly two
years boon In the employ of John HOMO &
Co. , lias accepted a lucrative place with O.
H. Lane , of Hod Oak. Ho will niovo his
family and begin upon the duties of his now
George Hudlv has concluded to close up
his Council Bluffs business and re-enter the
lists as a knight of the crip. Ho has gene to
Chicago and Milwaukee and will conclude n
contract with a popular starch and toap
house before returning to the BlulTa.
Blank books made to order. Can fur
nish patent binding for parties wishing
the sawn. Call and BOO samples at room
P lEvBi'ott block , Pearl street.
MOUKHOUSK & Co.
6. B. Wadsworth & Co. loan money.
J. G , Tlpton , real estate , 627 B'dwuy
I have ono lot loft on Avenue A ,
across from motor house. Will ox-
uhango for cattle if can trade in ntixt
three days. L. D. Fowler , No. 10
Notice 10 W liter Consumer. ) .
Water rents for quarter beginning
April 1 are now duo , and payable at of
fice of the company , 114 Main and 115
Pearl streets * Five per cent discount
on nil bills paid previous to April 10.
Olllce open until I ) p. m. on Saturdays.
Council BlutTsOityWRtar Works Co.
Aii ofllclont organist from the east de
sires a. position as organist in Omahn or
Council Htulls. References : Max Mover
and Charles liaolcas , U2o Pax'ton build-
lug , Omaha , or JIM Seventh street ,
Council Bluffs. Good testimonials
THE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS ,
The Work of the Ohautauqua Aa-
. sombly Proceeding Rapidly.
THE CLERK WANTS A CHANGE.
Work at Mnnnwn Nearly Completed
Proceed I HUH oftlio Council
liny In Police Court A Col
ored Soldier's Luck.
I too in I nt ; Chnntnutiiia Work.
Yesterday morning the directors of the
Chautauqua Assembly association met In the
rooms of the board of trade. Kcports wcro
hoard from the various committees. The
financial report showed the condition excellent - ,
lent and the executive eojnralttco was In
structed to proceed without delay with the
work necessary to place the grounds in n
proper shape. The pumping plant , amphi
theatre and other buildings will proceed
without further dchiy.
Mr. A. N. Carnentor , landscape architect ,
presented complete plans for tlio form and
development of tlio grounds , Thcso were
accepted and the work will conform to the
Ideas embodiedtherein. . Tlio grounds as
they will appear when completed nro on ex
hibition in the windows of the Council Hluffs
Carpet company. It Is a safe prediction that
moro beautiful grounds than these" will bo
nro not found in the cntiro country.
Work along this line is proceeding rapidly
and meeting with crand success. The Chau-
tauqun workers who have been moro publicly
identified with the enterprise are busy
lioldlng meetings throughout the state.
Thcso have been , without a Bin trio exception ,
very enthusiastic , and from all Indications
Lho initial session will bo a grand success ,
far exceeding tko expectatlous of its most
Rooms to rent in the Merriam block.
S. B. Wadsworth & Co. , 1230 Main street.
Tlio Clerk On n Strike.
"How In creation did you find your way
up hero ! " was the greeting of Clerk Cham
bers when Tin * line man corralled hiln In a
corner room In the second storv of the court
louse yesterday afternoon. "I wanted to bo
nlono awhile , so I came up here and locked
the doers behind , mo. Why don't I work
knvn stairs ! We'll , lot mo toll you. In the
Irst place , everybody comes in on me. !
invo to stop and chat with everyone , and I
; et very litllo done. But the worst feature
s this : You see , whenever I want n paper
Dr have to refer to the records In any case ,
L have tp send the baillft down stairs to
jrinp up an armful of books. Wo have got
i handsome court house , a beautiful build
up , but if the designers hnd planned es
pecially to make the clerk's olllco incon-
, rcnient they could not have succeeded bettor
than they did m this case. I ought to have
everything on the iloor with tlio court room
and I mean to. too. This room ( south-cast
corner ) I am going to have as uiy private
ofllco , where I will do my work. The li
brary room I nni going to have converted
into a record room. You see how much
moro work I can do then than is possible
now. Everything will bo within easy roaoli
of the court room. It seems strange that
arrangement , or n similar one. was not , inado
in the plans of the building. Yes , I want to
lave it done right away , just as soon as it
cau bo arranged. "
Improving Linkc Maniiwn.
The improvements upon Luku Manawa , to
which frequent reference has been made in
.ho columns of TUB Hen , are nearing com
pletion , and the close of the present week
will see the work dono. The dam at the
southern outlet is a substantial structure.
? ilr.s driven five feet apart and eighteen
'cet into the earth form its basis. The
openings are filled with baled hay. and the
whole is thoroughly bedded and packed with
gumbo. It is 1,700 feet long and
will stand any strain upon it from
, ho lake sido. The gates are built of
Tour inch oak plank and arranged with
automatic appliances for raising , etc. The
only possibility of demolition is in a strong
iressuro from the swollen riverbut this con
tingency is thought to bo fully guarded
against by the builders of the dam.
The boulevard is also nearly completed.
This will furnish a wide and easy drive
around to the south shore , along which
stretches Manhattan beach and where the
uathing places of last year are located.
A third bathing establishment is being con
structed by Mr. Maloney on the old site of
: ho Council Bluffs boat housa. The lawn is
iieing seeded , so that a beautiful green will
take the place of the muddy fields of a year
ago.The enlargement of the hotel will be com
menced at once , rumor says , under the
direction of a prominent lumber man of this
city. It is stated by tnoso most largely
interested thcro that the small buildings
which lined the bank last year are to betaken
taken away , and no liquor will bo sold upon
the lake grounds. These things , with tnoso
heretofore itidiiatedwlll : assure to the lake a
successful business in the season that is now
A. AVcIl Earned Reward.
The flguro of an aged and blind colored
man is familiar to the people of Council
Bluffs. His life has been full of interesting
Incidents , but n few only will bo mentioned
liorc. Ho served during the war in a north
ern regiment , and while thus serving his
country contracted an ailment which a few
years ago developed Into total blindness.
Six years ago ho purchased a lot from Swan
& Walker for t7fi. Upon this ho paid 5.
Before ho paid any moro the city ordered the
widening of Indian crook , and the old man's
lot'went Into tlio bed of that watercourse.
The city paid him f J50 for his lot. Since that
tima nearly all the ready money ho has bad
is the 175 left after paying for his lot.
Three years ago A. 13. Walker interested
himself moro closely In the case , holding that
the old man was deserving of nnd should ru-
coivo a pension. Ho secured the attention of
Hon. J. Lyuian , then representative in con
gress , and together they have been laboring
to bring about that result , but apparently
with llttlo prospect of success. Ono of the
first acts of the pension bureau under the
present administration was.a favorable con
sideration of this claim , and on last Saturday
the necessary documents were received by
Mr. Walkor. Ho is granted back pension
amounting to $3,120 , nnd umonthly allowance
of 173 , The old man receives his good luck
ns a natural result oi existing conditions ,
and says ho will now "bo happy whllo ho
live In do wort' , for Uo ole 'ooman ' 11 nebber
know want nqln. She suant do no mo' hard
work , uebbor agin. "
The papers liuvo boon forwarded to Des
Molnos , and the happy old colored so Idler
will soon receive his money.
Money loan ml at LB. . Craft's & Co.'a
loan otlfcQ on furniture , pianos , horses ,
wagons , personal property of nil kinils ,
and all other articles of vaiuo without
removal. All business strictly confi
The Polloo Sfanaccrlr ,
Thcro woe a regular circus in the superior
court yostmlay morning when the Judge en
tered ou the arena and ordered tlio animals
turned loose. It was a rip roarin g menagerie
that confronted him ,
Four young follows who attempted to capture -
turo the city Sunday afternoon , but got
caught at the first turn , protested that they
did not disturb the pcaco at nil. The pcaco
was all light when they struck It and they
didn't oven touch It. They objected most
vigorously 10 being ruu off the street , ns they
hadn't scon half as much as they w.intod to ,
The Judge gave thorn a llltlo advice and put
the hearing of their case this morning at 10
ChuilcH Clay ton , for Improper exposure of
person , drunkenness and general cusscdncss
was fined fS.10. Ho confided to the chief that
ho "hnd worked as long us ho proposed to
for you'se follows. " Ho is an old timer aad
will wipe up the sawdust from the Jrack for
a few days.
A. F. Mulln , for refuting to pay hack faro ,
paid 3.11) ) and costs. Ha wished ho hnd paid
Urn original bill ,
Mr , Wadklns tried to cell susneijilers on
the publlo street ou the authority of thu
United States patent laws , but as tioy do
not cmbraco the local trade of this city ho
was forced to liquidate.
B. McClcllan. an ox-ROldlor. recently dis
charged from Fort Omaha filled his tank
full nnd ran into a police ambuscade. Ho
shot off his mouth at the court , but it was a
blank cartridge nnd didn't hurt anybody. Ho
Is ruminating upon the hardships of a civil
A blind man cnmrs over from Omaha Sun
day to sec Council Bluffs. Ho looked upon
the wlno when It was red , which , though not
In a Jug landed him In the jug.
Ella Unrke , n colored , shady woman , was
fined ? 14 00. 11. Wagner , run In M a de
serter , was discharged , A man who was too
drunk to give his name when arrested and
refused to give it after ho sobered up , paid
* 7.CO for a ftttlo whirl with the boys. Theo
dore Brown , for disturbing the pcaco , was
flnpdfO.GO ; William Murphy , drunk , $8,10 ;
G. D. Search , drunk , $7.00 , were the closing
Dr. C. C. Ilazon , dentist , Opera house
Tlio Supervisors In Session.
The board of supervisors mot yesterday in
its April session. But little time was taken
In organization. Considerable work was
donc'but littio that was Important from the
standpoint of news.
The most Important to the tax payers
throughout the county was the railroad as
sessment nnd apportionment. It Is as fol-
C. It. I. &P.
Layton . $ 53,812.00
Walnut , 1ml. . . . , . U,4oO.OO
Walnut City . m.OIKl.OO
Knox . CIMJ < 1.UO
Avoca , Ind . 1,575.00
Avoca City . 17,82:5.00 :
Pleasant . ' . ytylOO.OO
Shelby county , Ind . 12,000.00
Mlnden . M.'llliO.OO
Mlnden , Ind . SS.ittO.OO
Ncola . 20,0111.00 ,
Neolu , Ind . 0I2U)0 ! )
Ncola City . 12,078.00
Norvvalk . 82,003.00
Hazel Uell . . ' . 17,010.00 ,
Garner . 7U-i:34. : < > 0
Lowh . 8.UIO.OJ
Council Bluffs . 29,100.00
Kane . 33iM3.0U
Avoca & Macedonia B. C. It. I. & P
Knox . 15,000.00
Avoca City . 5,000.00
Vulloy . 22C > 00.00
lames . 0lf > 0.00
Belknap . H000.00
Oakland .City . : t,700.0l )
Oakland Ind . 2,500.00
Carson . 10,000.00
Carson Ind . 2,500.00
Carson City . 2,050.00
Knox . 5,050.00
C. & N.W.
Uocuford . 09,110.00
Crescent . 70,840.00
Garner . 40.4SO.OO
Council Bluffs . 30,300.00
K. C. , St. J. & C. B.
Lewis . , . . . . 31,011.23
Council Bluffs . 0,287.12
C. , B. & Q.
Council Bluffs . 23,020.20
Carson . , . 4,400.00
Macedonia . 5,050.00
Hod Oak & Allan tic-
Wnvoland . 7,084.00
C. B. & St. L.
leg Creek . 5,745.75
Lewis . 82,314.75
Council Bluffs . 0,780.00
C. , M. & St. P.
Council Bluffs . 15,183.00
Kane . 13,107.25
Lewis . 5.UOJ.50
Garner . 35,005.25
Hnzol Dell . 8,013.25
Norwalk . 4I.2U.25
Nooia . ( i,028.75
Ncola Ind . 0.2.VOO (
NcolaCity . O.OJ7.75
Mindcn . 18,737.75
Council Bluffs . 310,030.00
Broadway line . 204,000.00
Total . $1,743,10-1.45
The resignation o J. E. Brooks , elected
.ast fall to fill the ofllco of constable of Kane
township , was accepted.
Contractor. ? Notice
That wo are putting in the largest
and most complete line of building sup
plies wo have evoiNcarricd , and will bo
pleased to erivo estimates on all tin
, vork , reeling , furnace work and
juildors' hardware. Are pleased to
give estimates to all parties who con
template buildincr. Call tit our store ,
41 Main btrcet. COI..K & COLK.
Tlio City Council
At the drop of the gavel in the council
chamber lust ovcning , tno mayor and a full
aoard of aldermen were present. During
tlio reading of the minutes the finance com
mittee retired to audit the bills of the cur
Colonel Whittlesey , representing the tax
payers in thu lower part of the Second ward
an Avenue A , presented a petition asking
for relief iroin the effects of constructing
thp electric motor company on that street.
It states that the company has failed to put
the street to grade , put in necessary
waterways , and put ttio street in
good shape for ordinary trafllc. They asked
that tbcso things which are embraced in the
contract ot the company with the city , bo
done forthwith. Hcforred to the Judiciary 1
committeennd city attorney. '
The monthly bills wcro then read and
Petition of property owners for permanent
grade on Plainer street was granted. Peti
tions for grade on Third street from Twelfth
to Thlrtecolh avenues ; Twelfth , Thirteenth ,
Fourteenth and Fifteenth avenues from the
intersections of High and Pleasant streets
was referred to the committee on streets and
Petition of W. S. Amy that hay nnd wood
teams be taken off from Main street , followed
the sumo course.
An ordinance was presented by the Elec-
trio Light and Power company , granting the
right to lay a railroad track on the alloy
back of the electric light building. It was
road a second time and referred to the judi
L. H. Moore states that when Pierce street
was paved ho bad his lots curbed by u private
contractor , but now ho finds it assessed to
him. Ho asks thai iho record bo niado to
conform to the facts. Heforrcd to the city
Petition of J. E. Harkncss for the putting
of are lights into the Chautuuqua grounds ,
at , the city's expense , was referred to the gas
A. T Kllrkinger slates that ho Is assessed
for a horsii and buggy which ho never owned ,
nnd iibl's for remission of the sumo. Re
The report of the city clerk for the month
was referred to the finance committee. The
reports of the other city officers were read
and properly referred.
Few People ] > la lloro.
According to the weekly abstract of the
United Stales sanitary report Council Bluffs
made for itself an enviable record In the
week closing with March 2. Not u death
stands to the record of the city. The next
best is that of Davenport with seven deaths
in the following week and that with 2,000
less population ,
AnotJit-r Line to Mnnawn.
Last evening the city council granted the
right ot way to thg Union 'Pacific railroad
company from the transfer grounds through
lluilroacl addition to the city limits. This Is
the first movement looking to an Immediate
construction of a motor line to Luku Man-
nwa. This project has already boon re
ferred to in these colums. No additional
particulars have been developed except that
the line will bo laid mimed lately.
Items From Fiillorton.
FL'i.i.ujt'fON , Neb. , March 20. [ Correspon
dence of THK BKK.J Fullerton has a popu
lation of 1,200 people. We have ono of the
finest water powers In the state ,
Wo have a ladles' cornet band consisting of
twelve members ,
Homo talent , under the management of
Prof , George Kollur , principal of our publlo
schools , produced Piuaforo on Friday and
Saturday evenings of this wcok. The audl-
cncen were largo and appreciative.
For tbo past month negotiations have been
in progress for the sale of the Fullerton
roller mills to Murtin and Potter , of St. Paul ,
Nob. These uontlomen expect to make extensive -
tensive Improvements and will do much to
open up the splcndldTwt.Uer power here that
has till now been of almost no use ,
.During the past txvo'weoKs n largo part of
Nanco county has bec.t | burned over by pral-
The Presbyterians bavo completed ar-
rangomcnu for the erection of an addition
to their church , ThoMcthodlsts will make
similar Improvement'during the coming
spring. Both churches nro In n nourishing
condition , and their Increased congregations
make building a necessity.
At n recent caucus n village board was
nominated which will oppose the licensing of
saloons. The meetingwai largely attended
and the nominees are strong ones ,
Tlio News In Harvard.
lUnVAitn , Nob. , March 29. Correspond
ence of Tun Ben : A fine rain a few days aga
mnkcs everything look green nnd fresh.
Farmers are busy seeding and getting ready
for corn planting.
Election is at hand , and 1110 * prohibition
party Is going to make another effort to down
the liquor trafflc , but the indications are tlrat
they will bo defeated.
The foundation of the Hojelm block Is laid
and the brick work will bo commenced toon.
Several now and costly residences nro under
.headway now , and there nro inoro to follow.
Diphtheria and scarlet fever have been
keeping the doctors busy. Thcro has bron
six or eight deaths In the last three weeks ,
mostly among children.
The pastor of the Christian church , Hov.
C. H. Van Cleoro , Is on his way to the Holy
Land , nnd letters received from him are very
Fnlrliir > 'H Iliiildlni ; Doom.
F.Miintmv , Neb. , March 20. fCorrespond
ence of Tun linn. ] Falrbury is enjoying a
great building boom , more activity being dis
played in the erection of .lino business blocks
than over before In tier hlstor.v. Willis
Hrainard Is erecting two brick business
buildings on the north sldaof the square by
the postofllcc , and Mr. Otto ono on the othur
side. George Cross has begun a two-story
brick on the cast side of the square. J. W.
Barry will soon begin a block 50x120 feet.
Hobert Christian already has the ccllaY ex
cavated for a two-story brick on the west
side of the square , and E. E. Eldredgo is
erecting a one-story building near the .south
east corner of the square. These uro addi
tional to the four which were burned , and
which nro now about replaced by now ones.
Many resiliences alrfb are goln up in various
parts of the city. Ileal cslato is active , work
is plenty , and no tramps arc to bo seen any
more sluco the public Hogging given seven of
them the other nicht.
Qourt convenes hero next Tuesday and
some Important criminal cases will bo tried.
Pat Shiol. who has been In Jail since Sep
tember , will bo tried for murder. The dc-
fenso will bo insanity. The case will proba
bly take a week , nnd will attract gonorul
attention. Joseph Smith is here in Jail
awaiting his trial for selling mortgaged proj > -
orty. Ho was arrested In Alliance and
brought hero. *
lively Times nt Elwood.
Ei.woon , March 23. [ Correspondence of
Tun Ben. | The peace and quiet of Gos | > er
county has been shaken to its foundation
over the county seatqnestion. Thecuso goes
now to the supre.-.io court.
The appointment of n new postmaster here
Is causing n good deal of discussion. Mr.
Charles Goodman is Iho general choice of Iho
patrons of this ofllce. A. B. Evans , the
present postmaster , ha4 a hosts of friends in
all parts who would gladly see him remain.
The excitement over the coming municipal
nlcction is intense. Ttio prohibitionists are
up In arms. They say the saloons must go.
The saloon-men take thlncs cooly.
RECENT , PERMANENT CURES.
nolpleM In Bod. w ll c. , Kleh. . M 7 , - i.
t 7 la b l ttr.ewnki htlplen with ii.ua .
tlia ; two bo'.tlo of Bt. Jacoti oil cared or na
ntarn In two y ir . _ HIED. 8. BOEMIO.
Blx Month * Sick. Wuhtwut. 111. . U.y 3 , ' .
Dud c.n. Hi montiu with rh.umttlim. Tw.
MttUi f Bt. J coti Oil curid ma ; no r tarn of
P 'n. _ AH10N rOKEM.
Xounc A Ever , romtlio , 111. , 1 ! T S ] , tall.
8 2tr * | mintli with rhiumtUim la Haiti.
Bt. Jicoti Oil cuftd m ; no ntnra or pila ; ftel u
&l < nr. HKB. AMELIA TOCHO.
AT DBUOOISTS AND DEALKRS.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO. . Baltimore. Mi
" \\TANTED A good girl to flo cooking and
TT kitchen work. Inquire nt 51 H. Henry Kise-
man , 134 Park avenue , Council lllutrs. la.
IjlOK IlENT The new four-room cottage , No.
-L Kit Mynster st. , one ulock from motor line ,
postolllce , banks , etc. Apply on premises , W.
A YOUNG man who speaks English , German
and Dullish wants a place In a grocery
store. 4) ) Dee ollico.
ENGINE I'OK SALE-Ouo xl2 , twenty-horae
power , mostly new. Union Iron works ,
No , lliO" , 3d St. , Council Illuirs , la.
P "oil HENT-Aprll 1 , two-btory brick business
house. No. /roadway , opposite OgJen
house , Council Jlluirs. Inquire of llobort Mul-
lls , 1QO llroadway.
TTIOH'SALK Three work horses at Neumay-
JJ er'a barn , on Wednesday , March 13. Samuel
SITUATION \VANTE-Ily [ young man of 21.
as btonogrnpher nnd type writer ; can fur-
nlsh best of references ; can Keep books. Address -
dross Ilex iK > , Bhenandoali , la.
DWELLING HOUSE for rent , 10 rooms on
Cherry hill , next to Hev. O. G. Ulce'H.
with stable and one acra of ground. Horace
ALSO on 1st of April next , the two story
house , H rooms with stable , corner of Uliitu
street and Kecond avenue ; two minutes wallc
from the dummy depot and next to my resi
dence on the west. Horace Everett ,
miJE OFFICE over the St. Jo It. H. ticket of-
J. lice , corner I'earl and Uroadway ; posses
sion given 1st of April. Horace Everett.
unlncumbarcd houses and lots in In-
TIWO , la. , to trade for Council Illults
property. Inquire KU Avenue C.
TJ10II BALE Two-story frame residence , cor-
JD ncr and adjoining lots , each tw feet front by
123 feet deep. Enquire at Falrmount pharmacy -
macy , 100 Upper Uroadway.
you have property of any Iclnd to sell or exchange -
IF change see Johnston & Vanl'atten. itl Main.
TJTOK IlKNT Ollice No : S , ovnr Itatrd's con-
JD fectionery store , lately occupied by Wm.
Ward , architect. Horace Everett.
TJIOK KENT Clieap. two bandHome , new six-
JJ room cottages , north of transfer. Council
Illuirs. Inquire Uland Itishtor , fitu ave. and
st.O.H.McDANELO & CO. ,
Highest market nrlceiP' ' Prompt retu
and tCJ MalnHt. . Council muffs , low
rVX VCve K.
SAPP. & KNOTTY
Fuel Merchants. WakhJheSlGNS , ; THI : i
3l South.MainS I- I r , jrOU i \ . .
. tt ft-f fm * * * ' 'I * ( IVMUS u\
us Atrention. : .n t5Paintod : by dl. .C-RXDOEZFIIE :
We invite n -i * P your PromptOeiivtfY' patronoge. , MILLEf ? ; " ' " ; B.CRDINE
; J3 Pearl St. . V
Who Will Save You Money
8 i ADAMS § er
< lt CO.'S
J = . IP 8P
41" llroadway ,
Council lllulfs. - 3
ft Always ST tj
oo c = r1
CHEAPEST " r18
As we can prove by 3 H
CT gc C/3 co
No. 221 = -
FIELD & ESTEP.
Particular attention given to Kmbalmlng.
Xo. 14 N. Isilii St. , Council ISIuin.
riirnlturo roiinlrliiB neatly dono.
Onico calls attended iiroinptly day and night.
o AT THE
§ K S 2ft LowestPrices !
o i t > T * Poultry of nil kinds
* i O ei dressed to order.
O ) E3 g . .
GIVE ME A CAI.Tj.
UJ . . jg
cc , 'S E. Mottaz
cco PH No. 114 E. JJroadw'y
GO TO THE
LONDON - TAILOR ,
And get the best fitting Suit '
you ever hud.
No 637 BroadwayConucil , Bliiff
A/F. CLATTERBUCK ,
410 BROADWAY ,
COUNOID BLjUFFS , j IOWA.
Private watchmen furnished at any and al
Special attention given to collection of chat
tel mortgages and notes.
Money to loan on good chattel security.
Deference Any bank , attorney , or business
man in tno city.
No. 27 Main Street ,
Over JMvqnciniii'N Jewelry Store
Tnos. Orricnn. IV. H. M. PUSEV.
OFFICER & FUSEY ,
Corner Slain and llroadway ,
COUNCIL IlIjUFPS , IOWA.
Dealers in foreign uid domebtlo exchange.
Collections made and interest i > Md on time de
25 TO 300
HORSE POWER , Mills and Elevators
AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF ENGINE
Bnecillcatlona and estimates furnished for complete steam T'tonti. ' IJepiilfttlon. nurablllty 0 uar
ftiiteod Cnn show lettt-ra from users where Fuel Kconomy in t-tjual with Corllsa Non-Condenslns
E. C. HARRIS , Agent ,
Send for Catalogue. No. BIO Pearl Street , Counoll Bluffs
CASCADE LAUNDRY COMPANY.
GOOD WORK : : PROMPT DELIVERY.
NO. 33O BROADWAY. TELEPHONE HO. 260
BEGINHIR1G WITH A CUT !
AT WHOLESALE A\l > KETAIL.
WE AKE OPINING THE SEASON'S T1CADE WITH A
On our entire slot-k. Cull ami * co or write us.
COUNCIL. UL.UFFS CAltPET CO.
THE ORDER WAS
POST NO BILLS !
. & VOUN KERA/MA *
Vo.OT. . BROADWAY '
S TAT ) ONEK
. . o.Batl Roofns.xW.'C vifl cJe.4L ,
\ ' a 'm.-stuxvAMi.iuivw > > ]
' 9 b ° f k Sv ms edThrouJriWXXsMs / /
jfe& ° jir. ? feSiK
f l/\rJOS / \
' CIOa3ei-iIai)1lieCljcofSS ) ] ) ) < su s' '
I 'ern wffHolV a SKYANSOM MusicS- ;
PriceG lwayslhe'LOWEST : . . Mo.IIMainSn'
S. At Pierce , Proprietor. M/.239 Broadway. -
FurnitOre ) & , Stoves
ot-tn ° nt/ilY /
B-lgSg bricis. ' Liberal di
raff OA.S > / .
SEE HOW THEY OBEYED IT
A DAISY FARM !
The nicest eighty aero farm on the slope in Iowa , 0
miles south of Creston , 100 miles east of Omaha.
Good C room house.
Barn with room for eight horses , and cow barn.sheds ,
graiueries , orchard , oto.
Good wells , living water , tame grass.
Near school , church , etc.
Write C. J. COI.BY ,
522 Paxton Block , Omaha , or Broidway and BObli St
Council Bluffs , Iowa. .
Hydraiillo and Sanitary Engineer , Plans , listhnatca
H . SpeclllcatlonH. Bujinrvltlon of Public Work. Brown
Uuildlnifi Council bluffs , Iowa. _ _ _ _ _ _
UI ID7 Justice of the I'onco. Olllco ever American Express , No. 410
NQP . . Hroodwny , Council BlulTH , To\Ya.
| | / | AUornoys-at-Lnw. I'ractlco In tlio State and Fed *
. OIIYIO oral Courts. Rooms 7 and 8 Shutrart-Uono Block ,
Council UlulTu , Iowa.
BURKE & noom 10' ' shuurt ( BtooU/
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