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6 THE OMAJhLMD Jh * BEE.TPFSDAV jFEBituAHF 21 ,
P. T. MAYNE , SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,
AND IOWA NEWS.
Council Blutm ClrculnUon , COUNCIL BLUFFS . By Carrier , - - 20 Cents per Week
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA By Mftll , $10.00 per Yo r
COUNCILJBLUFFS ,
Offlco : Room Flvo , Everett's Dlock ,
Broadway ,
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
This city liai five DMiisli nnloon .
The Inml league Imll netted S150.
John llnnnner hist n valtmblo mare
Sunday by midden sickness.
The literary society of the C'.ngretf ' >
liortil church imcts ngnln tlili crcnliiK.
IOWA Wyoming cnnl Imn'lcd only by
W Kodcfcr , Xo. 20lWlSt. flltf
One Insnno man wai lrotijht in fro in
the country yesterday , and in nwnlt oxnin-
inntion at the jnll ,
Thi iilr.ct cnr rolled along with four
hotfioi yestei day. The 1 lerdica didn't put
on any horeoa nt nil ,
The ChlTnrd Dramixtlo company left
hero ye tmUy , to appear in Missouri
Valley liuit nlglit , nnd in Sioux City to-
uiGlit.
PI The work ufn'aturAlizlnt ; \oters hai
sprung tip by the approach of another elec
tion Several applicants for papers y ot
to relay.
relay.Tho
The heavy nnow ntorm yesterday
caused a manlier < /f cuttorH to Appear on
the street , and the jingling of helln gave
quito wintry n uslo.
- Keconlcr liurko has 1 cgun the tank of
getting the registry Hit of voten prepared
for posting in the aoveral wards of thn
city prr par > ory tu election ,
A ) out nix o'clock last evening the
house ( if J tun en Miull-on caught lire
'through a defective flue , and burned com *
plctely down. It was loatted in the lirnt
vrrr' .
In the circuit court jestorday there
w.is no busi CHH donoiiitho forom on , the
court not mcctln ; tin II 2 o'clock. In the
af crnoon the caie ) f Slater va. Heed wni
put on tr'al ,
The sale of tents for Anna Dickinson
w s viry largo here , ona of the liiigcst
; sale' , in f , ct of the HOMOU , nlmoit every
seat being taken long lieforo tlio day of
.the cnteitalnment.
Hagninan. win. hag laid in jail for
nearly n month , < m the charge of being
implicated in tlio Coy liouna robbery , was
yesterday < lltii.liareei ; > l , there bclug no ovi-
derco to brace up thu chaige ,
" One of the free 1 ) dgern at thu police
station Is putting in hi time devclopim ;
blmublf in n aololtt oif n mouth organ ,
waiting for the snow to lot ip : enough for
him to exercise on the stone pile.
Leavitt'it Gigauteau minstrclx arc
booked ft r thin city on the evening of thu
24th. The company crowd * to the front
Burton Stanley , the female Impcmonator ,
and Billy Arlington , the well known cork
artist.
A Mnsomo cntertainme it is to ' .o
given at Oaslo hall , Wednesday evening ,
Febiuary 22 , by John J. Jones lodge.
The commit' co of arrangement * are W.
H , Pajne , P. J.tckson , F. M. Harris , and
D. W llioms.
The casein whljhM. A. 0. Dowdy
is con croud , and which wore set for hen rIng -
Ing yonterday had to bo continued , as
Dowdy has fallen Into Uncle SJIII'H grip ,
and languishes in jail , When the uncle
of all gets his hands on a man the lesser
authorities have to stand asldo mid wait.
Charles UonO , a barber , wus very
drunk and still very thirsty on Sunday.
Ho got mad b- cause one bar tender
wouldn't setup the gUwoa , and so put hi *
foot through the window. After some
other "like < .U-tturVmiii.es ho wax allowed to
cool oir and sober up at the uta'ion.
"Tne ; papers say stop and thi ik , I
don't w.tnt to tttop and think. Life la t.o
abort. " Such is a ptvt ot tlio Information
givouby the uiayor to h ut ho consldera the
igiwrant working people. Ho , will find
that those whom ho thinks so much more
ignoiaut than hiintclf , do ntop and think ,
and thliiha lung ways ahead ,
The city ordinance provides * that any
ona keeping open any ealoon on Sunday
§
shall bo fined not less than $10 nor more
than 825 , Tlie ordinance .seems to bo4i
dead letter. Many of the saloons In thin
city ply their business on Sunday at on
any other day , and if anything a. .little
livelier , TliR front doors are open , Mid
thirsty Bouli go in and out as though no
ordinance of the kind win oa the books ,
The case against Ollllfl , for
ehooting at D wdy , Ids next door nolgh <
bar , was ca led up before Justice Fralney
yesterday afternoon andditimidsod been use
no one appeared to proaocuto it. Giliii
claim * the nhootiug wai done in nelf-dO'
tense , as Dowdy knocked him down anil
bad u knlfo in his hand , whl.'h hothouglit
lie was going to u o , and no lie b'azud ' awuj
at Dowdy , '
Among tlio valuable information
which Mayor Vtiughan imported to the
workingmcn In response to their request
ns to why an election was held in March ,
was that he gut the railway excursionist !
to adopt n resolution complimentary tc
Council Bluff- , and that tldi was wortli
950,000 to thU city. It is doubtful whetb <
er the worklugmcn can afford to uupporl
a uiayor who sets such a high priio upon
bis sen lets ,
The two masked burglars who weul
ihroutfh the telegraph ollicu at Melrose
and who were lately captured In this city
wera fully identified on being taken bad
to Melroso. They acknowledged the !
guilt when they found that the ollicer
had them "dead to rights , " and wen
; lodged iu Jail to await their sentence
They will doubtless get a loug stretch ii
the penitentiary , as there are no exttmuat
ing clrcuuistauces to excite sympathy.
The Ujnei who were arrested at th
jec nt row at Audcrsou'ii saloou , were 1 1
/ore Recorder Burke yoitorday. and wci
ditclmrged It appears that the Ian <
were the ones who were attacked by tl
crond who made a dincout upjn the u :
loon , They happened to bo the only ot
arrested the uK'ht of the row , and wci
locked up , while the other crowd haQ fu
sway until the following day. Now tl
Dane * are eot free , and the other ciov
" oreiMHttwaitlng trial , under the terloi
* charge of nwault with latent to murdoi.
A PKACTIOAL. PLAN.
The Proposed Organization of n
Younsr Men's Clirlstmn As-
socmtlon lloro.
Ono day last week tlio general secretary -
rotary of tlio Young Men's Christian
Association nan iu thin city canvass
ing thu miittor of starting n branch of
the association here. Ho found the
Rontiinont of many ntrongly in favor
of such an organi/.ation , mid received
much oncotiragoniont. Tlio probabil
ity is tliat fltups will aoon bo taken for
the perfection of the plan , and putting
the work into practical form. Thcro
was Boino time no an organization
hure , but it conllnud its work mainly
to running a ruadini ; room , and uvou
then noon c.-xmu to an end.
It in the intention of those who aru
now takini ; an iiuurcnt in thu muttur
to orgahi/.o for work iilun a number
of lines. Thu association in Uinalui
has by its success inspired now faith
iu the enterprise , and i oporto from
cities dhows that pructicil atidHUCcumi-
ful work can bo do no in the way of
looking out for youn men
It is proposed not only to hold ru-
ligious services , hut to have rooms
wlicro young men can opund tlioir
leisure time profiUihly and pleasantly ;
to open an employment bureau , and
to BOO that young men coming to. the
city us strangers ahull bo provided
with pleasant nnd suitably boarding
place ; to help young in finding ac
quaintances , and in fact to hulp them
in business and society as well us in
religious matters.
It is thought the previous fiulurcs
have hoon caused by not having the
work syntonmtiKud and made practical ,
and that by following tlm plan adopted
elsewhere it may be mudii u great suc
cess and rendered helpful to many.
Among the lines otvork will be
the providing of enturtaiiinienta , lec
tures , etc. , of n healthful and pleas
ing nature , and perhaps u gymnasium
can bo added to the attractions.
Theru aru many yniii ynu r. in every
city of this size who iu .lai.sient and
who would gladly improve some such
opportunities for wluling away an
evening. Tlioro are ninny , too , who
have no homes horc , nnd who would
help support nil institution of this
nature , provided it was properly man
aged and had practical features to it.
Tl\o workers who have already become
interested in this project should push
it along to successful operation.
THE GOVERNMENT BUILDING.
The Prospects for a Now Ono In This
City.
The latest in regard to the prospects
of a new government building in
Council Bluffs is the following from a
letter from Congressman. Ilepburn to
Col. Koatley :
"On the 7th inst. the committee on
public buildings and grounds repotted
to the IIOUHO the bill providing lov thu
purchase of u site aim thu erection of
a government building in your city ,
with a recommendation that it do
pass. I cannot give you any definite
idea as to when the house will con
sider it , but hope to get it up within
a month. It is on. thu house calendar ,
and in such a positioy us to induce mete
to hope that within u month , in tlio
ordinary course of business , it will
como up. I will he very glad indeed
if a good delegation will como on and
help in its passage. "
Changing Oymers.
The following transfers of real
estate are reported from the county
records by J. W. Squire & Co. , ab
stractors of'titles , real ontato and loan
agents , Council Bluffs :
W.V. \ . Gibbs to John McDonald ,
lot 1 , block 1 , Oakland ; $200. .
0. , H. I. & P. 11. U. Co. to W. L.
Molntiro , BW nw 14 , 77 , 42 ; $340.
11. Grimsley to J. Spratt , o i sw 7 ,
75 , 40 ; § 2,080.
D. Ruder to F. Perks , wi sw 31,77 ,
42 : 8900.
H. Alanka to V. Book , se 10 , 77 ,
41 ; 8800.
D. Hunt to S. Caldwell , ol sw 18
and wA no 10 and part w& . so 18 , 77 ,
39 ; 85,000.
S. & J. Graham to D. Coe , wA so
74 , 38 , 82,080.
J. D. Edmundson to S. Caldwell ,
wi " , nw , 20 , 77 , 33 , 81,000.
0. D. and \V. 11. Hell to D. Coo ,
) art lie , so , 4,74 , 38 , 800 00.
J.'ll. Burroughs to J. Cliristonson ,
otSin 32 Everett's add city , 81,209.
L. II. Wright to RF. Whitney , part
ot 4 in 24 Noola , 810
B. Curtis to N. O. Ward , lot I ) in
, Curtis' and Ramsey's add city ,
:300. :
8. and J. Graham to Martin Dean ,
le , 9 , 74 , 38 , $3,800
OLAKINDA.
A Medley of Political , Business and
Progressive * Notoa In a Minor Key.
orrcspouilonco ol the HUD.
Ci.AitWDA , Iowa , February 10 ,
? olitical matters are all quiet in Pug <
county. Thu doctrine of "surviva
of thu fittest" bus been excmplifioc
n selecting a republican candidati
who hud a "walk over" on elcctioi
day , as the opposition placed no candidate
didato in the field. John X. GrilHth
the republican nominee , goes to ocou
py the vacant seat iu the lower hous
ut DOB Moines. lie is a staunch re
publican who has served thu count ,
well in minor ollicos and will make
good representative. His head is si !
vered prematurely by the "kind" trcul
mont received at Andoruonvlllo prii
on. A izood business man prominent
ly identified with the industries of tl :
county , thu public interests will I
safe , so far as they are thus commi
ted to his caro.
liusincss and improvements ai
going on lively. Several new buili
ings have been commenced latel ;
nml arrangements nro being completed
for the erection of novcrat more fine
brick blocks as soon ns spring ( opens.
The "Hotel Undorman" will bo
opened about the 1st of May , under
the management of Mr. Williams , of
Kirkvillo , Mo.
Heal entato , both in town and in
country , is changing hands rapidly at
prices which indicnto prosperous
times. Farms ton or twelve miles
from the county neat have been
selling nt prices ranging from 830 to
842 per ncro , while nearer town 850
ia considered none toq high , and the
sale of two or throe farms prove that
thu estimate is correct
Small pox is about banished. "Wo
got a big scare , but there was very lit
tle to base it on in town.
The arrangements nro nil completed
to ontanizo Clarinda nn n Hccond-class
city. So , on the first Monday of
March , she will put pn her long
droesus , although she can not wear ns
lung a train as some of her older sis
ters who have had more time to'grow.
Politicians in the south nnd east of
Ihm congteisionat district are quite
anxious to learn whether wo will be
left in the name district with Council
Hlulls , for between thu Blutl's und
other towns in the district there are
too many men capable of wearing an
M C , with credit to themselves and
the country lo bo served all.'round .
with one swt
Wo may find ourselves n sort of
shoo Hiring district two counties wide
along the border line of the state ,
winch would simplify the matter but
would not altogether relieve the ditli-
culty. TIIYJHU.
PERSONAL. ! !
A. J. ICaine , of Philadelphia , is in the
city , a Kiieit at tlio Pacific house.
F. C. O.isi' , general ngent of the Jack
son Wagon company , is stopping at thu
Ogden.
Sam T. Jack , roiiro'enting Alice Oatoi'
Opera Boulfe company , was in the city
yesterday.
J. U. Crombio , 13. 13. Beck , L. J. Steh-
bins , and M. K. Cvii | bell , of Logan ,
W-TO nt the Uevere yesterday. Mr. Stob-
biiitt IntuulH going from hero to Colorado.
J ) . W , Albaugh , of Minneapolis , man
ager of the Pcnn oporn house , was in the
city yesterday. lie is planning to take a
dramatic company through to Denver ,
and on the return put in two nights in
Omaha and two in this city.
ibwA'iTEMsT"
Rod Oak cigar makers nro on a
strike.
Davis City has organized a creamery
company.
Thu Olonwood creamery will start
about thu 1st of March.
Every director in the Crawford ag
ricultural society ia a farmor.
Dubuque and Davenport business
men huvo embraced and made up.
A firm at Sioux City has boon
manufacturing brick all winter
Creston has organized a telephone
company , with a capital of $5,000.
Hurlan has recovered from thu
small pox , and all danger appears to
bo over.
There are 049 enrolled in the pub
lic schools of Creston ; average attend
ance , 800.
Stops are being taken in Marshnll-
' .towa for the formation ot u company
to build and operate a street railway.
The Cedar Rapids barber supply
company start out with a capital "of
$1,000 divided into forty shares of
$25 each.
Grinnoll , having shown that its
population amounts to 2,704 persons ,
has been promoted to u city of the
second class ,
The Council Bluff * * extension of the
Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
road is now operating to Cambridge ,
10G miles wfcst of Marion.
The third regiment band of Atlan
tic has just received their-now uni
forms , which cost $700 , and are said
to bo the finest worn by any band in
Iowa.
Parties who claim to know say that
the bridge charter asked for across
the river at Hamburg is in the in
ures t of the 0. , B. & Q. and B.
TNI. roads.
The telephone line between Mon <
icollo and Anamosa is completed ,
'ho advisability of connecting Oodai
lapids and Anamosa is being con-
idorod.
The Sioux City pork house has ,
iiicii opening in November , paid oul
11,000.000 for hogs , labor , cooperage ,
etc. Of this a little over $1)30,001 )
was for hogs.
Davenport gram men have the
dumps. There nro 120,000 bushoh
mrluy in their hands , which wiw
vorth 85 cunts pur bushel ton day ago
tow it is worth 5G couta , a loss ol
about $30,000.
Two prisoners recently roleasec
roui the Anamosa penitentiary , hav
ug served a turm of two and a 1ml
pears for burglary , wore arrested a1
Marion plying their old avocation
) no of them broke jail , but was after
wards recaptured ,
Tliu'towu council of Coin has posset
resolution declaring that no person
who has boon exposed or infected witl
small pox shall bo allowed to onto
: h corporate limits of the town o
3oin , Page county , Iowa , witliii
thirty days after infection or expos
uru ,
The mystery of the murder of Lena
lien , the Lyon county farmer , is or
plained in the confession of the wif
and daughters of the murdered man
It BOUIIIS that between them and
young man named Birch the torribl
deed was planned , and that the fatu
shot was urod by 0110 of the farmor'
daughters with a revolver provide
her by Birch. The particulars of th
crime are shocking in the extreme.
The reading loom in the now 0 ,
B. & Q depot at Pacific Junction coi
tainly supplies a much needed wan
while it rcilecta credit on the olUuinl
It is located in thu east , end ot ill
uppac story , and has a seating capao
ty for lorty persons. There am thn
loni ; desks strewn over with papo
nhd magazines. Plenty of ligh
heat nnd nowc , nil calculated to nflbrd
the employes n place in which to
spend their leisure moments.
Fire wai discovered the other night
in the Novelty iron worki nt Duhuqutt ,
but was extinguished before nny dam-
nio was done. In the pattern shop ,
where the fire was diecovorml , the
patterns wrro found saturated with
coal oil , showing proof of incendiary
design. The moulders of tlio estab
lishment have been on n strike for
some time , aud it it strongly suspect
ed that thu fire is the result of the
strike.
SMUGGLING A BILL.
Sensation in the Iowa House The
hnilrond Committee Clerk Forges -
os a Report.
Correspondent St. Piuil Plonotr Prcsa.
Quito n netmation was created in the
house Thursday morning when Mr.
Irwin of Leo nruao lo u question of
pi iviluRO , and stated that there was
good reason to believe that n bill before
fore the house hud been tampered
with , to-wit : Senate file 78 , which
came into the IIOIIFO on'Friday , and
reported to the home as from the
committee on r.inroiids Saturday with
the reconnnondution that the bill do
pass. As lie u'.is a member of that
committee und had no knowledge of
action on thu bill , ho desired an in-
voiti ation. ' 1'his called up Mr. El-
oriukj acting chairman of the com
mittee in the ubienco of Mr. Wolfe ,
who stated that Saturday moriiiiiL !
Charles McClurc , clerk of the
railroad committee , gave him
several bills , to report to the
house , nmong which was senate file
78. As ho was opposed to this bill ,
und seeing it indorsed by the commit
tee report , signed Wolfe as chairman ,
and as ho did not know how and
when it had been considered in com
mittee , ho ask d McClure about it ,
und McClure replied it wus all right ;
that the committee had acted upon it ,
and thu report w.iscorrect. Ho thoro-
fotu sent the bill to the clerk of thu
house , whore it was read. Snveral
members of the committee noticed it
was a bill thuy knew nothing of. Mr.
Elttrick , on going to several of the
committee to got their signatwe to a
minority report against , learud that
nonu of the committco hud any knowl
edge of thu bill. Thu speaker ap
pointed a apeciul committee for in
vestigation. Mr. Wolfe returned
Wednesday and denied having signed
any such report , and said the report
and signature was a forgery. The bill
is very short , and was prepared by
Judge Tracy , president of the Bur
lington , Cedar llapids A Northern
railroad , and it is understood practi
cally is only in the interest of his
road. It passed the sunato without
hesitation. No one supposes' that
Judge Tracy had any knowledge
who lever of McCluro'a doings. Me
Cluro is a young man from Cedar
county , who , in some way , secured
the clerkship of this committee
against the earnest protest of mem
bers ot the house ho knew him. Ho
does not bear a very good reputation
at least about the capital. Ho has
served on committees before , and
proved himself decidedly crooked.
Several members of the house were
made victims of his dead beat pen
chant for borrowing money at the
Chicago convention in 1880. The
general impression is he committed
this forgery out of pure cusaodness ,
expecting to squeeze some reward out
of the railroad company hereafter.
What his motive was , and what it
was done for , ia what the committee
propose to find out. The following is
a copy of the bill :
lie it enacto I by the general assembly of
the state of Iowa :
Section 1. That section 10(51 ( , title
X , chapter 1 , of the code of 1873 , in
elation to corporations for pecuniary
> rotits , be amended by inserting in
ho fourth line thereof , after the word
'companies , " the words "and the con
struction and equipment bonds issued
Dr guaranteed by railroad companies. "
'
Said section , as amende'd , will then
ead as follows :
"Sec. 10(51. ( Such articles of incor
poration must fix the highest amount
if indebtedness or liability to which
laid corporation is at any one time to
bo subject , which must in ho case , ex
cept iu that of risks of insurance com
panies , and the construction or equip
ment bonds issued or guaranteed by
railway companies , exceed two-thirds
of its capital stock , "
Sec. 2. This act , being deemed of
mmodiato importance , shall be in
'orco from and after its publication.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTIOK.-Bpcclnl othcrtlsciuonts , such 01
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Halo , To Kent
iV'ants , llo.-mlliitf , cto.lll bo lnecrti.il In thli
column ut the low rtvto of TBN CllNTS 1'K F
LINE for the first Insertion anil FIVE CENTS
PBK LINK for cixch aubscqucnt Insertion
Lc&vo tuU erlUemcnU at o'ur olllcc , Room C
Evorctt'd lllock , Uroajwny.
HENT-Tlirco or four rnoiiia for Hsb1
housekeeping , wliftlu twoblccknof VKUtomco
Enquire of Dr. llanchott At li 1'carl ML 10 2
To rent A ten room homo It :
WANTEP good mlgliliorhocxl or twogiuOloi
homes Bide ! > / ld , AUdrwo I' . O. llox 797
Council llturfd. or amiln at lien cilice , Councl
4 < Mt
K\crybody In Council lllufls I
to take Tin 11 . 0 cents per ucek.de
Ihored by carriers. OQlco , Room 6 , Evorott'
HlocK , llroadaay.
IT/"ANTED To buy 100 tona broom corn
W For particular * addrvaa Council DluB
Droom Factory , Council Ulufls , Iowa. ei8-29tt
ANTED A Cret-clau broom tier. Miyn
& Co. . Council Blufh. Iowa. tOO-M'
17\OU BALE Old inpera too per hundred , i
J } The line ollli'd. Council Hindi ) . 27-tl
MAO UltlCK-MAKEHS. FOU BALE fi acres o
.L more of land adjo'nlni ; the biick-jard c
llanner & Halite * ' on Upper IJroaJway , Fo
particular * apply to David Ilalnoa o > to Hanner1
oltico at the Hoard ut Trade rorn . Council Uluffi
776-du23 Bui
WANTED Iloy , with pony , to curry papen
Iniiulre at till olllco , Council lllulti.
octlS-tf
Notice.
Owing ( o the Immense aucccsa ot the no
Qolatlne Bromide Initantnneou * Procei
at the Exctltlor ClalUry , Fifth etnot , Coui
ell Bluffo , the proprietor dcslro thoiw wUlili
Children' * 1'lcturcij to call bcUosu. tin ) bourn <
10 and 12 o'clock a. in. , M ovrlng to the Prei
of Dullness such Brrwiircmcnt U necessary
avoid delay ,
j , BARKK , Proprleto
FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
"Good morning , Mr.
Jones. You seem in
good humor this
morning. "
"Yes , I have been to
the
BOSTON TEA STORE ,
and find anything and every
thing I wnnt ,
OF FIRST QUALITY AND
AT VERY LOW PRICES ,
I tell you , I can Save Money
now out of my salary , and Live
First-Glass , too. It pays to go
there. "
"Where did you eny it wab ? "
BOSTON TEA C01PT
FINE GROCERS.
10 Main St. and 15 Pearl St.
' COU .VOIL BLUFFS , IA.
DON'T FA L TO 8KB THK STUCK OF
AY. W. BUCHANAN
WATCHES ,
JEWELRY ,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
202 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
The Leading
GEOGERY HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
We keep overythiug you want
in First 01 .ss , Choice , Olea
GEOOEnlKS aud PR VISIONS
It will pay you to look our es
tablishment thro 'gh- Every
thing told for Gash , and at the
very closet ma'gins. Ve \ have
a line of lOo ,
: CANNED GOODS.
Aud we ako sell the finest , Im
ported Goods , Eastern JUKI West-
em GojuS put up All Canned
Goods r duced 10 per cent ,
Send for our Pnces ,
titriot atte .tion paid 10 Mail
Orders ,
at- for Washbmrn's
Age - Super
lative Flour.
F , J , OSBORNE & CO. ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogdeii
House.
COUNCIL BLUFFS
IRON WORKS ,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS , MIMING
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
We give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A xonoral as
B.rtmcnt ol
Brass Goods , Belting , Fining
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , ( Joke , Ooal
OHAS. HENDRIF ,
& ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY
Rich Out Gloss , Pine French Cnlnr *
pllver Wore &c. ,
3 < 0 BHOADWAT , COUNCIL ULUFFS , ItMV
KELLEY & M'CRAGKEN ' ,
Marble and Granite
Ndrth Firth St. , Council Blu "
Drs. Woodbury &Son ,
Cor , Pearl & lit A\o. CttUNCIL BLUFFS.
W. 8. AMENT. JACOU SIM
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Dounsellors-atrLati
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
W. W. SHERMAN ,
| ; ROAD , TRACK , COACH & LIVERY
EC IRILSnESS
Fine Work a Specialty.
K. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CHRISTOPHER , 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
j , Weboi. Lmdenutn , J. Mueller
IP and otbor Hanes , $200 Knd upward.
BurVett , Weateru Cottage , ' Tabor aud
Paloubet Organs , $50 andupward. Mnsi- 3VC
cal Merchandise of every discription.
. Italian Stritiga a specialty ; imported
direot. Music Books , Shoet-Music , Toys ,
Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Re TJ
L tail. Pianos ana Organs sold for Cash
and on Time. & > tock is large , full and com
L.A. plete. iVusical Journal ireo'on applica S
.A. tion Correspondence ( Solicited.
. . Address :
.A.E J. MUELLER ,
E 103 South 5th Street. O
COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
BOn I JAN , ROHRER & CO. ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
PURCHASING AGENTS
And Dealers In all kinds ol Produce Prompt attention ttlvon to all oonslKtimcnta.
NO8. 22 , 24 AND 20. PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
"W. ZE3I _ IFOSTEJIR ,
WILL SlTl'LY ON SIIOHT NOTICE
Cut Flowers , Greenhouse end Vegetable-
Plants
n their season. Orc'crs prompt'j ' fll'ul md ilclhcml to Expro-H eltito Iroe ol chart-o. Send ( or
CaUlogtio ,
GOTTCTGXX.
ZEL : m.
DEALER IN
PAPER BOOKS = STATINERY i ,
,
_ CQUNCI , BLUFFS , IOWA. , \ ll
[ COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Buyer and Shipper of Gram and Provisions
Orders solicited in Iowa and Nebraska. REFERENCES. First National
Bank , Stewart Bros. , Ceuncil Bluffs ; William P. Harvoy& Co. , Culver &
Co. , Chicago ; E A. Kent & Co. , St. Louis.
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DKAi-KRa IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPUICATED ,
ooxrasroxxa DBavcrn Js ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
3as For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and "Unimproved1 , also , RailroadlLands ,
und a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MA.YNB , over Savings Sank , - GOU VOlb BLUFF
B1XBY & WOOD ;
PLUMBERS , STEAM AND GAS FITTERS
Gas Fixtures , Bath Tubs , Marble Slabs , . Brass
Goods , Iron arid Lead Pipe , Fittings and
Pumps , Kept in Stock.
No. 7 Fourth St. , COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
i
WKCATluY TUB LAR038T STOCK OF FINK
BOOTS 1 SHOES
,
Slippers , Etc. ,
"Within One Hundred and Fifty Miles of Council Bluffs.
All Mail Orders Promptly Attended To and
Highly Appreciated ,
QTR PRICES ARE VERY LOW.
Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which
has Begun to Arrive ,
Z'T1 ' . J
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
WEST SIDE SQUARE , Cl ARINDA IOWA ,

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