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P. T , MAYNE , SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,
Council Bluffia Circulation , COUNCIL BLUFFS AND IOWA NEWS. Dy Carrier , - - 20 Conta pop Wook.
, $10.00 Year.
COUNCIL , BljUFFS , IOWA By Mail per
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Office : noom Flvo , Bvorott's Block ,
Broadway.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
The collcc'.oM w re busy raintmting
folk that ycstcrilny was ttic first of tlic
new month.
The dymiiiitc uiroreri arc In moot at
the Cr hi on hoii'O tlilH evening to take
aclfon ronecni.lng fhcir cdininon trnulilci.
The Inillnn Creek committee of the
city council proposes beginning sundry
improvement at once , a < n preventive
a RiriHt any spring overflow ,
JiwIlcoUnirilycHtertlay lied a matrimonial
menial knot , by which Jnmci M. Dupci
in joined for life to Miss M try C' . Herald ,
botli particH bolnf , ' from Miniourl lley.
The party given Tnciilny e venlng at
the Knlphti of Pythias hill hy the I'leai
ant 1C .11 r club , wax liuvely attcndod , and
proved one of tli ? most enjoyable of the
veawm.
To'ttiorniw evening the " .Jollities" are
to return here and give one of their unique
entertainments at Dohany'a. Music and
mirth form the chief ingredients of tlio
promised treat.
A quiet Uttlo wedding occurred at tlio
MethwliU parsonage Tuesday evening ,
at which C. K. Uixnn , of Omaha , and
Jlra. ary \ \ ' , Clicntwood , of Virginia ,
wciu unite 1 by tliu olliciatiun of Kev. 1' ,
Y. Jlrewe.
It w ami itmued tliut a new xoap fac
tory IH to be Htartod hero. A very old ono
wHl bo Hturtcd up aga ! i , too , an the city
election diaw near -the HOftmup factory ,
in which Hiindry politicians .ire heavy
BtnckholdcrH.
The man KmgHbury , milforing from
snch n horrible tumor , h.tH been HUCCCHS-
fully ta-tctl 'in hU way homo to York
county , Kobr lia , liln fiiater , who livtH.
Uicie , hiiving Hoiit u man liere to accom
pany him on the trip.
This tiveiiitig "Kim on tho'Brhtol" U
I'Miiakft fun on tin hoards. The preKS no
tices recciveil by the cnmp.my elsewhere
are very laudatory , and if the half unid
aJxoat the entertainment is true , it will
prove a feast of fun , indeed.
MIM Uniinon , agovciniss in the fam
ily of MrB. A Wheeler , at the Hovcre
lloucc , met with a ioriout accident yoxter-
clay morning , resulting in the breaking of
her left arm. She U under Ur. Ilanchctt'H
care , and In doing M well im could be ox-
pcctod.
Judge Abbott in getting to bo a good
flealof a inunopollut in the marrying busi.
ness. During the year pant he has tied
the knot for about fifty cnuplcn. Taking
the whole county there were only 377 li
censes granted during that time , so it ap
pear * ho halt had a big share of the biul-
, ness for ono man ,
-A delegation from the Omaha Glee
dab , Boiuirflmg < if John H. Mnnchetttor ,
3. Northrup and Frank Smith , were In
the city yesterday , trying to arrange for a
concert by the club , supporting Minn Fannie -
nio Kellogg , She ix to lng In Omaha on
lho39tli , and it is proponed to have her
t.appeujuit before or jiiHtaftor that event.
VSteiH H > well known hero that a friendly
intereat in her , added to the' reputation she
justly won , would doubtlesn ii ure for
euch a concert a hearty mipport.
The ( mcstion of a wagon bridge a rog *
tlio river Is uot dead by any meant. The
committee of the' Omaha board oi trade
ha expressed itself aiixhiin for the
proptwcd conference on the subject with
IhecommitU'o ' from the board of trade of
Uiia city , ud has suggested that sold con
ference lie held in the Loanl of trade
rooms in Oiruha ne\l Balurday uftorn 0011
at 2 o'olok , which mipjgeHtion i agreea
ble to the uommltteo of this city. It is
to bo liopd that the ciinforenca will re-
ault in Homo practical stepn bcini ; decided
upon , which will insure the succatsf ill and
speedy completion of the cnterpriKO.
The inquiry made by noniu of the
Main struct InmiicHH men as to why tht
council , in changing the name , did not
make it all Main st. eat , instead of pun
being North Main , is now amwoiod by
oao of the aldermen , who iN'M ' to oxplaii
that thu was done to suvo renumbering
thoHtrcct , None l.ut 1111 alderman c.n
explain the whys and whvruforeu nt th
bottom of most of the city council'
' action * , and HO the explanation prcHuutci
ratul bo considered ns coining from th
prime source of information , Still th
picry exists , Why a ili\Ision was eve
mule by which a North INIum Htrect wu
created , instead of iU being all known n
IfaJn street.
The attempt of the man
Dowdy to get a saloon lluaiuo for a plac
on Itryant btreet , near Dolmny't oper
In Iiousr , lian stirred up much discussion
Thrre were | ietitiotis mctented to th
coiinuil for ami igalnst the granting of th
license. At the last meeting of the conn
ell the licence was granted , the ayes beln
Aldennen Churchill , I'hlllips , Kaiirjnn
Speiman ; nnyc , Aldennen Dawaon , Fond
aad Untliank , Now , just as the rocordc
WM making ready to luauotho llcenao , a
injunction was uenod upouhlm , rcutrnli
las hhi ) from doing so , Homu of the res
denU near the proposed saloon object t
the license and propote to hate the !
wishes in the matter respected ,
Chief Field captures the confectioner
UH an artist. Among the drunks , fit
odgeni , etc. , Ije has hooked thu luiu
phenomena ot Tuesday evening , and Him
trxlod it by a sketch which which is vor
true to life , representing the moon wit
its circles , a gay display of sUn * , and til
rainbow In the horl/oii , It docs look
little ttrange , though , to t > ee the moon un
atarx hooked at the police ntatiou as tboug
* rrented and run | n. To u strunger I
looks iu il.ou h the moon had been ai
rtt-ted for being full , or getting mixed u
, 'wltli the tilar routes , or because of IU gel
ting up bo many rlngts , lioweyor , th
' [ ifeenomenuu merits a permanent pluue 1
the city * records , qndjt will be rcferre
to probably more frequently there than'i
any other of the clty'tf books , unions pel
cbance it be the order book on the treaturj
MOVING FOH A MARKET.
The Worklngmon Taking the Inltlnl
Stop Townrd Socurlng Such n.
Place for This City.
L'or soinu linio past tliuro Jiai
talk of accunng n city market house
licrc. but now the talk bogiiid to ripen
into BomcthitiK a littlu more dofinito.
Vapors nr being circulated for aigna-
turos , nnd n goodly nutnbor , of auto
graphs aio boinq obtained. Tlio
hcadiiiK of this uxpression of fueling
thus given ia couched in tlio following
words :
" \Vo the undorsigncd workingmen
of the city of Council Binds , by thrso
presents pledge ourselves. That wo
will not support , oitlior by our infill-
cnco or vote , any candidate for ollico
at the coining election , unless said
candidate ngroos , in the event of his
election , to use his influence to pro
cure for our city a mnrkct houso. "
It is claimed that about two hun
dred signatures have already boon ob
tained , and that this number will bo
greatly increased. Arrangements are
being Hindu for holding a meeting next
week , nt which time the plan is to bo
talked up moro in detail In thus
making the question of a market house
a test one to apply to candidates ,
these so enthusiastic in this move
shall look well to it that a simple
promise to comply with their wish in
this matter shall not bo the only test
to describe a candidate's fitness for
the position. Some of these who are
most ready to premise are most ready
to break a premise , and because u
man promises what they desire ho ia
not necessarily on that account a lit
man for handling the , city's interests.
Some greater tests will be applied as
well. A s.ifo lost is whether a man
will work for the best interests of the
people. It he will , then not only the
market house scheme , but ot'ior plans
and projceti will bo sure of a > vise and
honest handling by him.
.
A SHOCKING TRAGEDY.
A Wapollo Wife Shooting ana Sul-
ciclo A HuHbund's Dollb-
ornto Crime.
Muicatlnu Journal
Lawyer Holl'iimn retuined from
Wapello last evening , and gave us the
particulars for our weekly , BO far as
they were reported at the time of his
departure , of a horrible tragedy com
mitted at that place yesterday morn
ing. Thu morning mail brings us a
Republican extra , from which we con
dense the following :
J. A. Iluflin , n tinner by trade ,
came from Virginia about a year ago ,
and worked at his trade for the Wa
pollo house of Morgan & llaydcn. He
was thirty-four years of ago , good-
looking , dressy proud , fond of the
social gloss , raised on the Houthorn
pattern , nnd wus said to bo respec
tably connected with southern fami
lies. On Juno ! iO , 1881 , he married a
Mrs. William Marshall , a daughter of
Deputy Shorifl' Nellis , of Louisa
county , aged about UO , who won di
vorced from her husband. After a
brief period of married life in Wapollo ,
Mr. and Mrs. Heflin moved to Fort
Madison , where ho became so abusive
of her , sharpening a knife before her
on ono occasion and threatening to
kill her , and was so badly addicted to
drink that her homo became a scene
of terror , and a few weeks ago she fled
from it to her father's , at Wapollo.
Ho followed her and sought interviews
with her on frequent visits , but she
kept out of his way. Three days ago
he returned , and Wednesday told
Mrs. Nollis that ho or his wifoor both
would bo dead in two weeks. At the
Sherman house breakfast table he re
marked that ho was "going to raise
h 1. " Soon after ho called at Mrs.
Nollis' ' and said ho wanted to BOO hit
wife a moment before ho left town ,
Ho was admitted and Mrs. Nellii
stepped into a room , and Mrs. Hoflir
and her little daughter , U years olc
( by her first husband ) , appeared be
fare him. Ho handed her n not <
( printed below ) , which she glancet
over and handing it back , exclaimed
"You don't moan that ! " Taking tin
note , ho drew a revolver and lirod a
her , and then turning the weapon 01
himself tired again , llellin's shot a
himself entered the right breast iiuc
must liuvo struck the heart , OH lie fol
to the lloor and expired almost in
stantly. Mrs. llelhn was also shot ii
the right breast , and the probabilitio
are strongly against her recovery.
The following is the note ho handoi
10 his wife :
"Hosio .1. A. llollin was u goo
man to you , and you must part froi
Ibis cnrtli. 1 am now going lo Id
you and then kill myself 1 want t
be buried in the same cotlin with yoi
I think , your paronls wore to bluini
This will give Ihom some trouble , bi
I will say good by. God bless boll
Wo are better dead lhan living on th
earth. "
Hiiro Ilollc ,
g Justice JJuird has posted up in h
' ollico an interesting legal documen
11 being a warranl for assault and ba
tory issued by F. A. Jiurko itboi
nineteen yours ago. Juslico Hurl
has held such a position over sinci
wilh the exception of ono year , an
bus issued many papers since tin
time , but there are few , if any , note
to bo found which dute back so far ii
lo the past. The document is unuu
also , us thu person accused was ov
dently unknown by name , and II
warranl is not for a man but for h
whiekeru. The warrant roads ,
STATK OF IOWA ,
Po IT A WATT A MIK CoUN J' 1
To any KlierllT , ConiUMu or Marilial at II
State ,
Informalion upon oath having th
day boon laid before me by Ihuma
Ford , charging "Flax Whiskers an
Hod Whiskers and Stoul" with Hi
crime of ut > sault and buttery , you at
therefore commanded , in the nuin
and by the authority of the utato (
Iowa , forthwith to arrest the abov
immod "Flax Whiskers , * Hod Whisl
ors and Stout" and bring them bofoi
mo u tiny ollico in the city , of Count1
Bluffs , or , in case of my absence or ii
ability to act , before the nearest or
most accessible magistralo in the
county. F. A. UUIIKK ,
Justice of the Peace.
A SUDDEN CALL.
A Jones County Youns ManFound (
Sitting UprlRht in His Sulkv , Dead.
Montlccllo Ktprcm , January 26
Hichard Troy was n young farmer
living with his father in Castle Grove
township , about seven miles west of
Monticollo , Last Friday ho drove to
Monticcllo in a sulky and was soon
upon the streets during the afternoon
and evening apparently in his usual
health. Ho had formerly boon ad
dicted to drink , bul on the day named
showed no indicalions of inloxi-
caticn , Between 'J and 10 o'clock
p. in. ho started for homo in
company with John Cramer , each
having his own horse. When the
inon loft the Kicker & Starks barn ,
Cramer , who wa1 * already under the
influence of liquor , drew a bottle from
his pocket in which there remained a
small quantity of whisky. This ho
offered to Troy , who declined it. But
Cramer , urging the botllo upon him ,
ho at length drank a portion of the
contents. Cramer drank the real ,
handed the empty bottle to Mr.
Storks , and the two men drove oil' .
That is the last known of Troy until
ho was found silling upright in his
sulky , perfectly unconscious , within a
short distance of his own gala. The
reins had fallen from his hands , and
the horse stepping upon thorn had
been brought to a halt. How
long ho hud boon in that posi
tion when found , is not known ,
The younger members of the
Swoczoy family , returning homo from
a dance about two o'clock in the
morning , were the first to discover
him. Supposing him to bo intoxi
cated , ono of the young men led the
horse to the fence and tied him.
Then , after taking the young ladies
homo , the young men returned , and
convoyed Troy to his home. When
lifted from the sulky the body was
still warm , and as the night was a
mild ono , nothing moro serious was
apprehended than a plain case of lee
much whisky. But by the lime the
poor follow arrived at homo ho was
dead. A physician from Monticollo
was summoned , and after examina
tion pronounced him dead from heart
disease.
_ _ _ _ _
PERSONAL.
\V. 11. Cuppy , ono of Avuca's businesi
men , WHS In the cityesterday. .
* * '
AUornry W. AStorr , of Hamburg , was
in the city yoxtcrday on legal business.
K.71. Atwell , of Kansas City , was in
the city yesterday looking after a mtpply
of ice.
O. W. McVurland , one ot Hastings'
prominent men , was Hhakint ; hands with
friends here yesterday ,
Representative J. C. Morgan was greet
ing friends here yesterday , and returned to
DCS Moines lout evening ,
Attorneys H. S. McWiUiamn , of Nol-
aon , and J , C > . Tip ton , uf Avoca , were In
the city yesterday attending court.
Secrocary Odell , oi the Board of Trade ,
after making a brief visit to his home
here , returned yesterday afternoon to Den
Moinea.
Henry O. Jarrett , of New York , one
of the proprietors of the "FunontheUrls-
tol" company , arrived yesterday , and is
Htopping at the Ogden Houso.
Albert Fra/ior , the utatlon agent and
merchant at Honey Crock , was in the city
yesterday , and swapped hats at the hotel ,
Mid wan surprised at finding his own hat
mi the head of an old friend.
IOWA NEWS-
S f }
A mild case f pork poisoning is re
ported al Davenport.
Burlington has entirely escaped the
small pox scourge thus far.
There were 582 births against 3tit )
deaths in Davenport last year.
Cro.ston butchers have united lo
elovalo the pi ice of their goods.
Shenandoah is to have another Na
tional bank and a canning factory.
The Dos Moinea packing company
has killed about 41,000 hogs this sea
son.
son.A
A creamery company has been or
ganized at Sliunandoah , with a capital
of $ : JO,000.
Dubuque and Davenport are iiinonj
Iho few western cities containinginori
women lhan men.
The Watson Canning company , ol
Vinlon , is oflbring lo contract foi
corn at § 80 a ton. It will not can to
maloos Ibis year on account of tin
difficulty of getting I id p.
The censiiH of losl yo.ir yives Dei
Mo'iios 11,5 ! ! ! males and 10,877 females
males ; Davenport , 10,001 males am
11,22" females j Dubuque , 10,85 !
males and 11)09 ! ) fomalcs.
llamilton lounty volod in aid o
railroads $40,420.15 in 1880. This ii
more lhan was voted by any otho
county in the state. The total ainonn
in the wh&lo state given lo railroad
by way of laxos was $570,2152.5 ; } .
A warm fight over the removal o
the Clinton county seat is in prospect
At the mooting of the executive committee
mittoo , at Do Witt , it was resolved tc
proceed at once to circulate petition !
for the removal of Iho counly sea
from Clinton to Do Will.
A now swindle is being perpotratoi
upon thu farmers in the interior o
Iho slate , Agents are about sellin ;
10 .irpots at very low figures , takinj
therefor what the farmer supposes ti
bo an order. Soon after Iho suppose *
orders have developed into notes , tun
Ihoy are presented for collection ti
the surprise of the duped grangers.
The catalogue of Labor College fo
1881-2 shows thai institution lo be ii
a thriving condition , There are forl ;
gentlemen and forty-eight ladies ii
the college donarlmont ; seven
ty of x both sexes ii
the preparatory department am
47 in thu musical department , mak
ing a total of 177 in all. The colloy
is located at Labor , Tromont counly
seven miles from the line of th
0. 1) ) . , Sr Q.
POLICE PICKINGS.
Seine of the Things Spied Out by the
Shining Stara of Nlffht.
The man IJardin , or Maloney , who
was supposed to liavo loft the city for
the city'a good seamed loth to take
advantage of his liberty , and so Ofli-
cor Sterling took him in charge and
locked him up to answer to the charge
of having burglar's tools in his pos
session. His personal ell'ecth on this
last capture consislcdof fifteen cents ,
Ono of the inmates of Joe Wood's
coterie of soiled doves , named Hattie ,
was in too great a lluttor Tuesday ov-
cuing , and Chief Fields had to trans
fer her to another cago. The iralo
feminine wns so full of budge and
opium Unit she was knocking about
the furniture , smashing windows , and
engaged in a general demolition when
the chief arrested her. She resisted
Iho grip of the law even , nnd it was
only after a lively tussle that she was
made to take a walk lo Iho county
jail , where she spent yesterday in gel-
ting her head cleared up and her
nerves quieted. As the sixmo amazon
lately gave three Omaha policemen all
they could do to handle her , Chiot
Fields won ( piite a feather by his sue-
cessful capture. She was finally lot
off by paying a 80 fine.
Frank French , charged with the
larceny of 8150 from a man living in
Harlan , is waiting for his hearing un
til the arrival of the loser of the
money.
The man Hagaman , arrested at Hod
Oak , charged with goina through the
by whom the cuso was continued un-
il the 8th mat. Bail was fixed at
SHOO on each of the charges of bur-
ylary and larceny , and being unable
o furnish it , ho was guarded back to
ail.
_ _ . - - *
Realizing- Roa.ty
The following transfers of real estate
rcro reported from the county records
y J. W. Squire & Co. , abstractors of
itles , real estate and loan agents ,
Council Binds :
"W. W. Dearborn to T. Roberts , BW ,
10 and w 15 a of ae , no 31-77-42
$5.77
J. D. Edmundson lo Chas. Kay ,
iw , sw 13-70-41 SGOO.
iloraco Kverelt to E. F. Gard , n ,
no.5-75-41.-81,000.
W. H. Sullivan lo . ) . Clark , ne , nw
24-74-41. - 8GO.
J. C. Green lo F Sleole , se , no 10-
77-42. S600.
J. Folsom to P. E. Williams ; 10 , in
) , Hall's add. , city. SliJ4. :
D. Street to N. Tale , lol 0 , in 0 ,
Crime's add. , city. 8330.
J. D. Edmundson to Claus K.xy , s i
sw 13 and sw no 23 , all in 7C-41
$1,240 ,
J. N. Casady to J.M. . Palmer , lot
5 in 18 , Bayliss' 2d add city $100.
R. H. Woodmancy to Evans &
YOUHK , 4 in 0 , Macedonia.
J. M. Palmer to E. M. Erskine , 9
and 10 in 4 , Picrce's add city $550.
J. D. Edmundson to John Twin-
ng , sw so 12 , 75-38 $350.
G. M. and N. P. Dodcro to Thomas
Roberts , nw ne , 31 , 77 , 62 8420.
A. Adams to K. Roberts , no no and
o 25 , a of se no , 81-77 $050.
Fire at Burlington Junction.
Speclil to TIIH Bur.
BuuLiNOTON JUNCTION , February 1.
A fire broke out hero this rooming ,
destroying four business houses and
most of the contents , to the value of
821,000 ; insurance $10,000. E.
Parker & Co. , formerly of Council
Blufl's , Ia. , were among the sufferers.
Losi , $10,000 ; insurance , § 0,000.
Rnnnolla Nominated.
National Associated Press.
WASHINGTON , February 1. The
president to-day sent to the senate
the nomination of lion , J. S. Run-
nolls to bo United Stales dislricl at
torney for Iowa.
George Wise , Into publisher f Iho
Salurday Evening Times in Omaha ,
now publishes the Iowa Stale News
at Hamburg.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE. Special iwUcrtUoinontii , such u
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To llont
Wants , Hoardingetc. . , will lie Inserted In thl
column at the low ruto o [ TEN CENTS PER
LINE tor tlio flrat Insertion and FIVK CENTS
1'KH LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion
U-a\o advertisements at our oflko , Room 6
I'.tcrett'i lllock , Itroadua ) .
\ I/ANTED To rent A ten.room house li
> V eomo K ° ° J noljjrhborhootl or twosmalle
houses side fi/ side , Address I' . O. Box 707
Couiull Illuirs , or &ppl | > t Urn ofllce , Councl
Illufls. * " - "
"ITrANTBU K\cr > boily In Council DluflB I
W to take Tim Bw , 20 cents i > er week , de
mcri.il by carriers. Ollleo , Itoom 6 , Ktirctt
Illocic. Broadway.
To buy 100 tons broom corn.
For particular * oddrcaa Council Illutfi
Urooni Factory , Council UluCui , Iowa. 058-2811
A Urst-clua broom tier. 600Mayne
WANTED Council Hlufls , Iowa. 600- SO"
70H SALE-Old papers 40e rmr hundred , at
' The Bee ofllco. Council llliian. n < 2Mt
BH1CK-MAKKRH. FOU BALK-5 acres 01
TO more of land adJo'nliiR ' the brick. ) nl ol
llanner 4 Itnlnes' on Upper Broadway , roi
particulars aiiplj t * Dm Id lUlnosor tollanner'i
otllce at thcBoirdoJTrade rorms. Council Bluffs
' 'Ji Sm
TIOTTKH'S TICKCT OFKIOE-War In railroad
L tlekcU continues to | K > OUI. Unprecedented
low rates to all eastern | K > Int8. K > cry tlckcl
KUirantcvU. Orders niled by telephone. Fron
one to ten dollars < ! b ) purchaslinr tlcketi
of 0 A Potter , successor to Potter & Palmer , No
0 South Hftli street , four doors bilow thu post
ottkc , Couiull liluflt , Iowa. octlS-tf
- , with | ny. to carry papen
WANTKD-Hoy olltcc , Council Blutti.
11 '
'octlJMf
Notice.
Owlni. to the Immense succesu of Uie nev
Gelotlno Bromide Instantaneous Procesi
at U.e . Excelsior Gallery , Fifth strict , Ooun
ell Bluffs , the proprietor duslres those wlshlni
Child ren's Pictures to call bttwuiu the hour * o
n. ' ro. , M PwlDK to the Pr si
of Business iui.h armament w oeccwary i
J , OARKE , Proprietor
FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
"Good morning , Mr.
Jones. You seem in
good humor this
morning. "
"Yes , I have been to
the
BOSTON TEA STORE
md find anything and every-
; hing I want ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES ,
I tell you , I can Save Money
now out of my salary , and Live
? irst-Ola8B , too , It pays to go
there. "
"Where did you eay it wat ? "
BOSTON TEA COIP'Y '
FINE GROCERS ,
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
( Gasoline Slott. )
XC , . .T O
DKALKR IN
STOVES , TIN WARE ,
SHEET IRON WARE ,
331 Broadway , - Council BluBs * lu.
DON'T FA I , TO SHE THE .STOCK OK
W. W. BUCHANAN
DIAMONDS ,
WATCHES ,
JEWELRY ,
CLOCKS.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
202 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
H. H.JUDSON ,
DRY GOODS
405 BROADWAY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
IRON WORKS ,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
O111co and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We gi\c special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
110ISTEUS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
wlll-iecehe prompt attention. A iteneraJ ft
sortiiicnt ol
Brass Goods , Bolting , Piping ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Opal ,
OH AS. HENDRI ! ' ,
President
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut ainsB , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
3tO URoumAY , . COUNUIti llU'rTfc , lOW.i.
Drs. Woodbury & Son ,
oo xi Barm ST s , j
Cor. Pearl & 1st A > o. , COUNCIL IILUnfh.
W S. AMBNT. JACOB SIMS.
AMENT & . SIMS ,
Attorneys & Oounsollors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IUWA ,
"KELLEY & M'CRACKEN ' ,
Marble and Granite ,
North Fifth St. , Council Dlutfr
W. W. SHERMAN ,
MANt KACTTKKK OK
ROAD , TRACK , COACH & LIVERY
ZBL JRHSTH ! S S
Fine Work a Specialty.
i : It. HHKIt.MAN , Uuslnosa Manager.
Wll. OHUtSTOl'HKR , Mechanical Manager.
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. MUELLER'S
3hickering , Weber. Lindeman , J. Mueller
and other Pianos , $200 and upward.
Burdett , Western Cottage , Tabor * and
Paloubet Organs , $50andupward. Musi
cal Merchandise of every discription.
Italian Strings a specialty ; imported
direct. Music Books , Sheet-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re TJ
tail. Pianos "and Organs sold for Cash
and on Time , Stock is large , full and com
plete. Musical Journal tree on applica S
tion. Correspondence Solicited.
Address :
O d. MUELLER , I
103 South 5th Street. O
El
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOWMAN , EOHRER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
PURCHASING AGENTS
And Dealers in all kinds ol Produce. Prompt attention ( then toall uon
NOS. 22 , 24 AND 2G PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
. ZE3I _ IFOSTIEIR
WILL St'PPIA ON SHOUT .NOTICE
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable
Plants
In their season. Orders prompt' ' . } flllul and delltcreil to Express ottiCL free ol charge. Send for
Catalogue ,
HI. IE.
-DEALER IN-
PAPERBOOKS STATIONERY
, : ,
. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Buyer and Shipper of drain and Provisions
Orders solicited in Iowa and Nebraska. REFERENCES. First National
Bank , Stewart Bros. , Council Blurts ; Villiam P. Harvey & Co.t Culver &
Co. , Chicago ; E. A. Kent & Co. , St. Louis.
METCALF BROS. ,
.
WHOLESALE DKAL.ERS IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves' .
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED ,
COTTABTOXX. J
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
ftas For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimprsved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number 01 Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Oflico with W. S. MA Y : > E , over Savings Bank , - COON'OIL BLUFFS
BIXBY & WOOD ,
PLUMBERS , STEAM AND GAS FITTERS
Gas Fixtures , Bath Tabs , Marble Slabs , Brass
Goods , Iran and Lead Pipe , Fittings and
Pumps , Kept in Stock. -
No. 7 Fourth St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS. '
AIB
_ ,
W CAUIt\ -sa : STOCK OP HNK
BOOTS ! SHOES
,
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.
I
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , whicfi\
has Begun to Arrive ,
Z. T. LINDSEY & C . ,
412 BROiDWAY.ICOUNCIL . BLUFFS , IOWA.
Ami WEST SIDE SPARE , CLARINDA , IOWA ,

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