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THE OMAHA DAILi BEJ4 : MONDAY JANUARY 16. 18S2
BATES.
P. T. MAYNE , COUNCIL BLUFFS AND IOWA NEWS. SUBSCRIPTION Wook.
ii Council Bluira Circulation , . By Carrier. - 20 Cents . per .
IOWA. By Mall. $10.00 per Year.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Ofllto : Corner of Fiah Htroot and
HW. TILTON. City Editor.
THE DEB.
Tha post efforts of TUB UP.K lo
promptly chronicle all ovcnts oocuriiiK
in this city , and to fnirly clwd with all
ijjn Uruis affecting tliopoaco and proa-
p cityoC ! Uio .pooplo of Council UlulfB
and viciuhry , hnvo mot with auch
revly cxprcaaioui of approval , and
sack practical nupport , that it has
Sccu decided by itn manapoiiiunt ; to
make the change which to-day npt'iiks
for ttnelf. Afl will bo aoun from the
a&vtYtificmont columnd , THE DKK i
warranted in fculing that it him many
friendn hcrr. who gladly welcome a
e'.iitxfn > & .y which tl'in city and ntato nro
5Jvcn rp\c of their own.
Tirn But hon established itnolf not
only fn the hearta and homes of many
here , , hut litn also established itaolf in
3. hurauof tta own. An oflico has heun
'Ittud upin Room No. 5 , Everett's '
'blockHr Mlw.iy , whoru ull frionda
Mid' ptroun of TIIK Bui : will find n
hearty welcome , and where nil thu
onnvunicuocft for thu transaction of
buniiu-iur , and the gathering and giving
ofrmiwj hxvo been provided.
A MENTIONS.
Only eleven pcnunH In jnll.
ccliiiK of the Ijoanl of
uveuui ) ; .
T/ire were nix fiinurah In the city
yi" terj { - , ! iitly children.
Tim tituuifftTH of the public Ilhraiy arc
, io > > ntljiix for Jirintuil catilosuoH.
TKcrw in a gi ( * l foot crossing now over
tht r'wnr uoilh nf , tie ! HinulUiiK works.
Th I'liiKcnjialmiin HoclMizo at Mr' .
rcniiluncc to-morrow UVCM-
-TJin iuuer.il hcrvIccH of Theod'no '
I ! oottj u > ori : hclJ Halurdny ntternooii ut
Inn tvai&
- /ujVJegation f Odd Kcllownfrom thin
Uy itbru'ttcil the 'inntallatlon at Noola on
tthr vOocncil lllull * Life-lit rjiunln
j'.ly il'ttie'ir nrniory to-morrow evoiiiiif , '
.i . nmnilor iiiti-itanL | fUOHtion8. |
Y > t uur.il niiiirj In KOIIII lo linvo aniitliur
.ilf r riiAuntf rHliihlnhincnt. A new
will lie Uio sUit off for tlio
e" tu-nif'lit. Koniiuks about
" 'allJi * b pivcn harrcd tjo
- < > - < inf ; nro UH
winr.'uiiLo'itfr ] puui mi UIP naino navor of
O/nrod ( ! < i u is the on'y one than fur
ni [ > orieif ! " . | i < i Inn l -li , i u'tiii ' ' icu , Ho
tun bw i. til H M'vuml iln\ . O Lent will
fii''nw unit now.
- - . --.Vr..ni-jit.ir- hiiy through
"t.c HiUiiityrn \ n i-ii route from Col-
icj.i'1 lu ) Viinslti. . Mo n.t alunn , but
Nire a. i il ufi'iiit IH'H ni'ck giving dhcu-
iflidyciituidayiiiMiii u
I -atltir KrtMs-u o < > n Nortli llurrlton kticet ,
after an ills em l.i.liiin lnt a
.1 wife uii'l live cliildniiu
: TI > c filKwn iiml co mittco of the
"H < > uUiwp te n Jotita. i nj Voilli'vc'ttetn
Mi > Miri : V ( ortt * . < KIIO'I tton u u to be
kvJcoiiu' J ( hare i Wednusdiiy
aa&g'ivt.-u 4. clitnco to wa in by
5r , ortjfl UruiA Army of the Hepublie.
Ti ) r > h Till 'n Male of .foliiKon iV Co. ' *
* t. " It itf xvi\U AHI lower Drondwiiy clnaoit
Si. .t r < t yxn lit wi Ii a crowd who ( jobbKul
: tllr \ ; if rocci i > . - uml rrockery at such
Ittvpriwiilhal hoinu of thoin spent tlirlco
-A/liatthi > > Jia l Kuvod , In hoaxting of their
frinvp tttjci Jlui Tilaminx bowje.
Tu-a.rt ) < ljm well at (1 duo's browmy ,
wliiclt IUM l u rojiortwl an ImvIiiK ntoppod
it. > H.iur , i < .Joinu | u bent to liow that
tliiM wlui tlilulc HO are mlntakun. ft in
poivuii . RTinJ HueceKH nrd Is furninlilng
au bbiCTilatitHnnply of pure water for all
the vuociifrf purpoiicH of the csti'ill ! h.
Vh luitvrrJ serviced of the latuVil -
UAJU Jf. 1'owcni wore held yettor.lay nf-
ttxtutnu a. the renidcnco ou DioAdwny.
Tha MiivfcL-H were liritf , and wore conduct-
wl by ( Oei/.JL Iel < orir. ( The remains were
.tjti * . * KMrmouiit < x notory and theic
.iupnhih l doiiile thou of his wife's In the
fi ulljot.
At a. tucrtiuu of the Btockholdc of the
Cuuj.cU JJlulT , Sayiutf * Lank , hold on
Ybur i j. .lajiuary 12 , 1K81 , it wan votoil
to iucrt * . u tiie coital utovk of the bmili
fiMin * 2 ( .OOU t WO.OOO and the Burjlu. .
hiu.l r. n8l JOOOOto$20OOJ. ThiH in
crvawf cjjiiUI and Mil-plus wnB then nn (
Xfiore KiHuoriOerl for nn < l pnH | n.
T.k U ih , St. I juls S I'nclllo foil
luve wi J7 < , * uided ; | , to move Into tin
city , un'tlo-tliiy they are occupying tlicl
114 w ImildfriH for tlie fiwt time , and nr
ir ; ) U-f.J t < i du ImuIneaH there. It U IUCH
Srtd u ar tins Cl.icago , Uurlim'toii & Quln
cy'ii lot d Jenot. The nuve U a mutuu
to the couipuiy and the pul
oT th healthle t Blgna of thl
pro i rlty and growth U the ncai
.ity buiuu.to rent. Much building I
IB jir < xrr < , 'W.UIO in contemplated , an
Mtlfl. the dtmui&it wjirUkthat even bi
lore a. pr < Jiunnary excavation can I
iiuittf ( ( jJicktiom rukh In from wonhl-l
< iciiutuitMo i bo building which U ttill n
p p r Tbi'ilfliiiaiiilrhowHtlint tlm city
pulni. fchn'tntHra &ud tamperatura nro il
ctdedli bmlthy.
H'y vr bin iimne uo .foln WiUoi
nnd uu < t t va hunting nonio place wlie
they ml I < tiljiUnU'r , He cairlod Ii
iH rria.a cttl He > ti ) on bU f wurthy con
Ata2iiceiuUie htt > D of.twpor three ii
zer'AiZl ujivVti aud a jniuigled node , fro
wWslitlw .clwet w.i * ppnrtltiff ; mid i
'SluM ' taccuwi Lo iatlmuted that he wu > jet
t our. I-ft. uul mil iu hi i thrcatu uf uia
i IuyU > u.Ul < with -iuteitlnal ii'rJiij ' !
tnentm i the male lutrudtr- upon 1
FOOTLIOHT FLASHES.
Dlnclc-Eyod Susnn Moots With Foul
Play rtt the Oporft HOUBO
Olivotto To-Night mill Trilo
Dovotlon to Follow.
Edward Clilford'a company closed
tlielr week's ooason huro Saturday
evening. In thu afternoon ns a
matinee , Hazel Itirko wa * given , the
audieiico being of goodly ir.o and
quilu onthusiaatic. In the ovoningas
a grand finalu was presented a double
bill , including Foul Play and Hlack-
Eyed Susan. Hoth plays wcro given
wull , and in sumo parts the company
showed uiiumml atnin th The iiinli-
once was very large and bubbled
over with unthiisiism. The ovening'a
uuturtaininunt ncccBB.'irily long
too Ion' ; , nnd it seems that u manager
would soon catch thu hint Unit it ia
posniblo to have too much , oven of n
good thing. The week , us a whole ,
him been u miccesafnl one , and Clillonl
has gained a strong hold hero , which
willcauso him to over have n welcome
on any return.
JIKHS1 AUMK OI'KKA CO.MI'ANV
appoara at Dohnny'a this ovoning.
The company numbers lifty , mid cm-
bracoa excellent tnlont. Oliviit.'o is
well described aa u musical comedy of
errors. It is full of catching utra ,
much mirth and melody , and as pro-
nontcd by this troupe formi 11 charm
ing entertainment.
KOItllKS IlllAMATIC COMPANY
always diawa crowded IIOIIMOR. Next
Wednesday evening , at Dohmmy'B ,
True Devotion will bo given by them.
It is a highly fioim.itinnal drama
throughout , which ruim in a vein of
wit and humor , and the ntartling cli-
are olfnet by farcical situation ! * ,
giving a luippy relief , and making the
play full of bfo mid varied emotuiim.
SUNDAY 8UNDHIES.
Ilov. VB. . Alllock TalkH About Old
Ago and DolltjlitH u Largo Audience -
once TUo Union Sorvlcos.
Yustoidny morning there wanniargo
congregation at the Broadway - Methodist -
dist church , drawn thither by the an
nouncement Hint Iluv. W. Jt. Allleck ,
of York , England , \ras to preach.
Thoao who know or had heard of this
gentleman's wonderful and peculiar
powers. expected much of him. Ho
overtook nnd fairly distanced all those
expectations. Huchoau as his text ,
II Samuel , I'.Hh chapter , voraca 31-37
inclusive , and made- the incidents
there narrated the thcmo for touching
upon old ugo and the various help * in
lifo to roach a grand old ngu. His
talk wan iu sonic respects rambling ,
hia manner wan o mvbrHutionnl , and iu
appearance , mien and language ho wns
refreshingly original. lie has been
rightly termed the churchly "Mark
Twain. " Full of quaint humor ho
kept the audience in a stute of inerri-
ni'jnt , which at times almoat broke
lild im -haws. . There waa a touch of
tondcviuni too , which aovoral times
during the discourse caused the tear
to fol'ow ' so "quickly upon the smile
( hat the nvorago auditor waa kept on a
lockf between the two uxtronics of
emoli n.
Ho took occasion to compliment
Ingiir > ll ou his late address at the
giavu of A httlo ehild , und pronounced
the rhetoric there displayed aa spark
ling like crystuln , but like crystals
that were cold , und had no mich warmth
of heart as was needed and could bo
given by those who hud n belief that
the lifo beyond wiis more than a blank.
Rev. Mr. Allleck went to Omaha to
preach there lust evening , und after
lecUiring there will return bore to
give nn uddruaa on ' 'Lost for thu
Want of a Word , " at the 3Jroudway
Methodist church , Wednesday oven-
ing.Hev.
Hev. P. F. Ureseu dncouraod to
his people last ni ht on "Tho One
Trip. " He has decided to change thu
hour of his evening services to 7:30 :
o'clock , to conform with the other
churchea.
For two weeks past union aurviooa
have been held with fair success. The
last wan in thu Baptist church Friday
evening. It wan led byiluv. 0. Ham-
lin auu waa attended by about 100
persons.
Special religious sorvicua have boon
arranged to be held at the Congrega
tional chureh Tuesday , Wednesday
and Thursday eveiiinva of this week.
Tlio Pncltlo Junction n. & M. Dopot.
I'lvtluniiMitli Kiitc'rprihu
Thu depot ia n Urge Gothic build
ing , two storii'ti hiuh nnd tlOxlOO fuel
in dimensions. Ou the south runt
thu 11. it M. tracks , coming on an ail
line from thu bridge. Ou thu iiortl
thu 0. , B. A : Q. . Council Hlulfrt
braurh comes in , und jibout 500 feel
west of the dopoi thu K. 0 , St , . ) ,
0. B road pauses by. A M-foot walk
leads from thu depot down to tin
truok and largo platlorm , Thurroundi
in and uround thu building have boot
tilled in and raised some fiyu fuet , uiu
the work in this line , still incomplete
is being pushed rapidly. Thu wes
oud of thu building on the groum
tloor , is tlm telegraph ollico , lightoi
with a corner buy window , and sidi
windows furnished inside with all im
tirovomonts necessary for rapid work
Next to thu tole ruph ollico ml ho bag
gagu room , furnisht-d withhirgo How
tloor ecules , for weighing truck load
of Imggngo at one time. The immuiis
waiting rooms occupy thu entire re
nmindur of the ground Hour , except
ing thu tickut ollico , and lunch conn
tors opposite. Up stairs , two room
aru iicro'a the west end - ono , Chin
Clerk Hunter's ollico , nnd thoothur ,
store room for the freight ollico. Nox
comes the largu ollico , iu whio !
work noino fifU'im freight clerka ; an
opuning from this , is Agent Man
lund'u pnvato ollice. Two aloepin
rooms mid a buttery come next , an
the lurgu east room is being tinishu
nil us u reading room for thu ou
ployt-a. where all the lutott papun
'inuyu7inefl : , etc. , will be kept. A
work at the Junction is under
charge of T. Mnrsland , who is general
agent for the C. , B. & Q. . B. it M. ,
and K. G. roads. .1. II. Hunter ia
uhiof clerk of the freight depirtmunt ,
fioorgo Caldo r cashier , nnd M , Way-
briglit in charge of freight transfer.
Some thirty men altogether aru em
ployed in the work at Iho oflicca , nnd
freight platform.
POLICE PICKINGS.
The Stars of the Evening Shlno on
Llttlo WlckodnosH.
Homer Caughoy , of the Coy house ,
who had hit watch together with Homo
cish , atoll n from the hotel thu other
night , now rojoicca in having regained
hia ticker , it being among the plun
der found upon the man Wilson , ar
rested in Ornalm. The authorities
hero are itching to get hold of Wilson
na BOOH aa the Nebraska authorities
nro through with him , but the pros
pect of hia getting n long stretch there
gives little hope of his being punished
for his doviltrica hero.
Four soiled doves were cooped at
the police atation Saturday. Two of
them weru made to pull $13.85 each
out of their Htockings and tlm othcrn
aru ntill on the mourners' bench.-
1'hero was iilmoit a Quaker ailcnco
in police circles Saturday night , and
only ono arrest waa inadu , the victim
being only on u wild drunk and dimply
cricking the peace.
1 * . II. Sago , who was charged with
being tlio ono who snatched u gold
chain from the neck of n colored
woman named Mollie Smith as the
latter was walking along thu street ,
wns discharged Saturday afternoon ,
thu case being dismissed on motion of
the county attorney.
Jack Shields , charged with a griev
ous atmault upon J. J. Jeniiinirs ,
waived examination and was bound
over in 81,000 to appear before the
grand jury.
PERSONAL.
J. I' . Killictt , of this city , has jtmt re
ceived the sad news of the death of his
r f'cd father ut Palntino , 111.
C. II. Hinkloy , of Boston , train ilis-
l tchcr of the Cbicngo & Northwestern
railway , nmilo a Hying visit hero Saturday.
It. II. Day , of ( Juincy , 111. , who can
talk and noli corn planters alongside of
nny ono o.'i the road , called nt TIIK BKH
oflico Sntmday.
This city hat Kernel a now resident in
the portion of Mr. llatficld. who 1ms left
his Missouri Valley homo to engage in the
livery business here.
W. S. Itickett , of Chicago , ono of the
heatlmown dealers in agricultural imple
ment * * in the west , spent Sunday in this
cily , and is looking after the trade.
Comity Treasurer Dennett says ho feels
ike a stranger behind the dcik. Illness
as laid him oil duty for a week past , but
o has Kot back to the vault again , though
ot niggfld.
11. W. Wood and A. S.Orblson , of Kan-
ias City , spent Sunday at the Pacific
muo. Their rnlssim to this city into
onfer with the ice men here with a view
securing a supply of water cakes to
t next summer's bcate.1 term in Kansas
ity.
ity.Rev.
Rev. Mr. Fayno , v/hohas lately resigned
pastorate in Now York state , has been
[ wnding a few days in this city , the guest
f Mr. F. F. Ford. lie expresses himself
grently pleased with the west and is
dnking of settling Homowhero in this part
f the comitrj.
Chiuk'H K. Kemigvlo , who WM for three
ears u telegraph operator in this city , hns
eon rewarded by several promotions
tiring the years which have passed since
0 left hero The latest step upward Milt
ppointment an chief clerk in the ollico ol
General Superintendent H. I } . Stone , ol
, lie Chic'go ' , Burlington & Quincy railwaj
1 Chicago , with a salary of $1,000.
IN HOT WATER.
A Child tilts Down In a Kettle , and It
Painfully Parboiled.
A Httlo three year old colorct
ihild , the personal property of Choa
Crumy , living at No. HID Sixth ave
iiuo , mot with a aerioua accident las
Saturday afternoon , The child' )
mother had carelessly left a kettle o
> ot water standing on thu tloor bosidi
the kit.'hun stove , and the child , ii
playing about , managed moat success
fully to sit down in this kettlu. Tin
experiment wiis a painful one to tin
child , and aa a result a goodly portioi
of ita skin waa badly blistered , but i
is not thought that any permanent in
jury or fatal consequences will follow
IOWA BOILED DOWN ,
Iowa City h&s a new city hall whtcl
c < Htii ; , : x > .
Dubinins wax never In a healthier condl
lion than now ,
The state university ( tarts out with 15-
Undents thU y ar.
Mont'cello ' put nearly $80,000 into ne\
buildings last year ,
A coal prospecting company has boei
formed at Holt , Union county.
A woman In Floyd county.10 yearn ohl
In the mother of nineteen children.
O tuinwa Methodists hnve just ded
cited a new church which coit Sl'r > 00.
The Davenport woolen mill compan
ho * just declared a 0 per cent , dividend.
Dubuipio expend * $30,000 a year on h
btrvets , und the haa the te t in the utati
Traveling troupes here\fter must pa
$17 a night for the court homo hall at A
guna.
Jiuljju St nibble , speaker of the bouse i
representatives , woe a shoemaker in b
early yean.
Tlit ) Imrllngton public library last ye :
receividW from taxes and $209.00 fro :
luhacriptioni.
The Cedar KapUU pump company I
tlm eight uionthi of IU existence IMS mad
and void -,003 pumps.
lUirllngton'i hancUome new opera bou
hai a seating cau > elty of 1,200 , which ca
be increased tu 10. ! > ,
Divi Molnes It ludulglcg In a good del
of ca'nest talk nbout street paling , and
evidently means husincus.
D WItt people are making a strung
ennvdipnt to sccnro the r-turn of the
county seat of Clinton county to DeWitt.
The monument recently erected to JmUa
Green t Cedar llapldn weigh- * over thirty
tons The bae alone wcikihii over ten tons.
The tr.irk of the DM MolncH Northern
narrow gangn is laid to thu DM Moiues
liv r , about twcntv miles south of JUxnie.
I The ICcokuk canning company ha.i in-
] crva ed its cap ! al otnck to § 20,000 , and
I will operate on a large scale the coming
| iNon.
Spirit I.ake Improved last year to the
amount of 421,090 , and during tlio present
year unoccts to put $ TiOtOO Into new
Imildings.
The I'llicers of the H irllngton & South-
\vcst < > rn railroad have b eti removed from
Unrlli'gton ' to Kcokuk , to the great regret
of the loimcr.
Davenport pr po < s to cxocnd 81,720
for the necetnary uiulptnent | of a paid lire
l''p rtinent to be mulntaiticd ut a coit of
97,200 , per annum.
nu" Istorn up over the purchase of a
team tire eni-Ine by the city council ,
ngalnst the advice and conitent of a major-
ty of the busin-ss men nf the place ,
l'ri onerH in the Dew Moiues j ill made n
aw nut of a htcol i.oot shank and had tiled
A hole in the cage over a foot wju re be-
ore the jailor dlscovcra ! the gum o and
locked it.
Watis'loo whipped 10,829 hog during
881. Their total weight , wsa fi.382WiJ
lotindii , and the nnioiii't paid out fiy buy-
r for hogs imrclmHcil thure during the
canon will reach S.'l.OOO.OOO.
Now that they can \ > * reached by rail-
oad thu Dickinson county lakes will come
o the fiont UH popular cummer retortx ,
Mreiuly KtcpH have been taken to Bocnro
leaHiiro steamers for those charming wa-
tcr < .
The lltirlington toard of trade lm ap
lointcd aciiinmitUo to sicuro control of
vallablo landn , thr.t manufacturing en-
erprisi-s Reeking n location in that city
"my bo offered building sitei at reasoniv-
10 figures.
Iowa City has thro > bankc , fourteen
nnrchuK , twenty-nine benevolent iniUtu-
ions , twenty tnanufiictories , tlireo lum-
Ired nnd twenty bii-iuesa tMtniiliihnieiits.
en whnleHola u-tnblii-hmentH , and thirty-
our licensed saloons.
The farm bclongiug to tbo state a ricul-
nral college cnib nces 07'J afrcw , divided
nto meadow. 'tO acres ; land under plow ,
04 acres ; upland pasture , 10. ) acrc ; b tom -
om Inud paxtnre , 110 acn'B , and w od nnd
imber lnud , 21)0 ) acres.
The iucomo from the Marshalltoivn
wnttrworka .roiii rents in 1881 was 31,800.
'his year the company hopoi fora lovunue
if § 0,000 , which will be snllicieut tu pay
he interest on the bunds und the nunnal
011 of thu maintenance of the works.
The shock of ihe powder explosion nt
" ) nknl < io n Inst week was felt at Keota ,
W miles distant , at Monroe , 28 miles dis-
aut , at i eacon nnd several other adjacent
toints , nt lieutixiHp ort , ( K ) miles distaat ,
nd r.t Knoxville , nix iniloi distant.
A Turbine wind mill company is ta ked
) f nt MniHliiilltown. The project em-
irac * * the fonnation of a stock company
with Sio.OOO capital , nd thu erect ! . of
ounilry , marhino shops and nil thiiifi ne-
cssnry for th manufacture of the mills
11x111 a large scale.
Tlio Chicago newspaper representatives
vho were Hont tu Burlington to do the new
Dpora house for I he papera , at the expense
if the c ntrnctors , had n vnrietl expe-
ience. One of them was rescued fmm
ho catacombs by his frien is , nnd another
vas unceremoniously bounced from the
jper.t house for attempting to escort two
noted cypriant int. ? it.
Contracts have been let by the Chicago
-Northwestern lailway company for
grading nn the Caliope branch to the Vor-
nilll n river , to be finished August 1 ; on
he Ak'ou i branch , to be finished to Swan
jiko by August 1 ; to Spirit Like , by Oc-
ober 1 ; Tracy by November 1 , and on the
ttaple Kiver brauch , to bo finished to
Sioux City by September 1.
The iju rlcrly statement of the llorann
' ntholic Mutual Protective society of
owa shown that the o'ganization ' uuinbers
111 , nnd there was a balance of cash on
land on the 1st init. of SSSI.GG. There
was received dming the quarter to pay
wo deaths , 81,801 ; from the benol'niixry
und , SIO.O. ! " > , and from initiation fees ,
> I7. The money in the hands of local
iranches for the twelfth death amounts to
PJ11.
The Iowa Capital *
National Associated I'rcsa.
DBS MOINES , January 14. The
legislators have gone homo and will
return on Tuesday.
The state farmers' protection asso
ciation haa purchased the machine
under a now patent and will continue
to make barbed wiru independent of
the monopoly , under thu direction of
men not to be bought or gold.
Onitean Choked Off
National Araoclated 1'rcM
WASHINGTON , January 14. Judge
Cox Una morning decided agatnat Mr.
Scovillo'a application to allow Guiteau
to address the jury , on the ground
that ho could not bo trusted to refrain
from impropriety and indecency ; also
that if Guitoau had anything to say
hia counsel must aay it for him
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICK. SpecUl ndvcrtlscrnonts , auch u
Lent , Pound , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
Wants , lloarillriK , etc. , will lie Inserted In thU
column at the low rat. ot TEN CENTS I'KR
LINE ( or thu flrnt Insertion and FIVE CENT *
1'Kll LINE ( or each subsequent Iniertlnn ,
Leave wlv ertlwrnenta t our olHce , Itooin B ,
Everett' * lllock , Hroaclwn ) .
Everybody In Council llluBg lo
WANTED TllM BRI , W cent * per week , U *
literal by carriers. OHk-e , Itooin 6 , Evtrett'i
UlocK , Broil ay.
> A good islrl for gencril hou e
WANTKl In im II family. Appl ) toJamci
11. Letter , Ninth tnx > t , between Firit artniM
Dd ltro lw jr.
To rent IIOUH of about ten
WANTED , In central location. Inquire at
llm offlco Council DIuBt. Jan. 13-21
A Brut-claw Hoiua ketptr want *
WANTED . Addn-M I' . O. Uox No. 700
Council lllufli. p ] anl0.2t
To buy 100 toni broom com.
WANTED ( uWrcm Council Illufli
Droom Factory , Council llluffn , Iowa. CM-29t (
A tint-claim liroom tier , Uarn <
WANTED CouncllllluBa. Iowa. MOS6'
OK BALE-Old paperi 40c i > er hundrtxl , a
Y Jj The Uee olBce. Council HluB . Br27-tf
rilO BIIICK-MAKEHH. FOU UALB-6 acre * o
1 I moroot land adjo'iilng ' the brickyard o
if ilanner & Hal'ie. ' on Upper Ilroa l ay. Fo
tlculare apply to Ua > ld llalm ortol anncr1
j pat
otKce at the Itoardcf Trade rormn. Council UluBi
_ ITR-degti 3m
' . T > 01TEIl'8 TICKCT OFFICE War I rallrc *
1 tlck U continue * to boom. Unrrcctxlcnte.
low r te to all w"terii jolHU. hwry tick.
n ituaranteed. rdor < tilled by telephone. 1 rot
e one to ten dollar * atod by purcha lm { ticket
of O.A. Totter , ucct-DKOr to l'ottvr& I'almer e
< 0 Bouth Filth utrfct , ( our iloont below the jKwl
e olllce , Council IlhiB * . lo a. octla tr
" "XirASTED HOT , | th ) > onto carry papen
VY Iiuiuiru at tu oOlce , Council iUuBa.
,1 octlS t (
FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
"Good morning , Mr.
Jones. You seem in
good humor- this
morning. "
"Yes , I have been to
the
,
and find anything and every
thing I want ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
I toll you , I can S&ve Money
now out of my salary , and Live
First-Class , too. It pays to go
there. "
"Where did you eay it wat ? "
mm TEA COMFY
FINE GROCERS.
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St ,
COUXCILBLUFF-S I A.
( GasolineStove. . )
3HC. 3R , . JOIST33 IS , ,
UXiLKIl IX
STOVES , TIN WARE ,
SHEET IRON WARE ,
331 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , , la.
DONT r.vL TO SIK : THE STOCK or
W. W. BUCHANAN
DIAMONDS ,
SO
L.O ,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
202 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
H. H.JUDSON ,
DRY GOODS
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
IRON WORKS ,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
Ollico nnd Works , Main Street ,
3OUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We glic specUl attention to
Ifcamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will rcceho prompt attention. A general an
Bortment of
Brass Goods , Editing , Piping ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Goal ,
OHAS , HENDRF ,
President
MAURER & CR IG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Glass. Fine French China ,
Silver Wuro &O. ,
310 DKOADWAV , - COUMUti Ul.l'FKd , lOiVA.
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
"
!
Cor. Pearl A lit \ \ . , COUM'll. BLIWS.
\V. 8. AMBKT. JACOB SIJIH
AMENT & . SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oouusellors-at-Law
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IUWA.
KELLEY & M'CRACKEN ,
Marble and Granite
North Fifth St. , Council DIurT * ,
W , W. SHERMAN ,
MANirMTTUKIt OF--
ROAD , TRACK , COACH & LIVERY
R ]
Fine Work a Specialty.
K. H. SHKUMAS , Uuslnow Hamper.
WM. CHKISTOI'IIKK , Mechanical Jt H3fiT.
124 South. Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
My Harness are Manufactured from A No.
I Oak Tanned Leather.
I Sell My Goods at Bed Rock Prices. Or
ders from abroad receive prompt attention.
J. MUELL
Jhickwring , Weber. Lindotnan , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $20O and upward.
Burdett , Western Cottage * Tabor ) ; ami
Paloubet Organs , $50 and upward. Musical - 3VC
cal Merchancise of every discriplion.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Shee > i-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re TT
3L tail. Pianos and Orsaus sold for Cash
and on Time. Stock is large , full and com
plete. Mubical Journal tree on applica S
3LO tion. Correspondence Solicited.
Address :
O J. MUELLER , I
103 South 5th Street. O
JE
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JJ3
BOWMAN , ROHRER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
PURCFASING AGENTS <
And DuftloM ia all kinds ot Produce. Prompt attention il\en to all LOIIN piiminU.
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 7J3 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
_ EL IFOSTIEIE ? ,
\\1IJ , SUMY ON SHOUT NOTICE
Out Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
Plants
In their mason Orders ( iromptly Illlul anil delherfd to lrcMi | > ctlms fruc of ihar c. ScnJ for
Catalogue ,
CSOTCTEffCSEX.
HI. IE.
* STATIONERY
, \
COUNCIC , BLUFFS , IOWA. /
COUNCIL BLUFFS , [ IOWA ,
Buyer and Shipper of Gram and Provisions
to Eastern anil Southern markets. OrJcri solicited In Iowa and Nebraska. REFERENCES
KirstNational Bonk , Ste art Broj. , Council bluffs ; Wm. P. Uarfcy & Co. , Culver & Co. , Cliiiogo ;
K. A. iCcnt & Co. , St. Louie.
M E T C A L F BROS. ,
'
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN f
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Das For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and n number ot Well Improved Farina , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - COU MOIL BLUFFS.
BIXBY & WOOD ,
PLUMBERS , STEAM AND GAS FITTERS
Gas Fixtures , Bath Tubs , Marble Slabs , Brass
Goods , Iron and Lead Pipe , Fittings and
Pumps , Kept in Stock.
No. 7 Fourth St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
T
We Carry the Largest Stock of FINS
BOOTS
SLIPPERS , ETC. ,
Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles of Council Bluffs.
All Mail Orders Promptly Attended To and
Highly Appreciated ,
OUR PRICES ARE VERY LOW.1
X
Call and See Our HEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive ,
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , J
And WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLARIMQA , IOWA ,

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