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b THE DAlLf BEE-COUNGiL BLUETS , IOWA , MONUAl MARCH 0 i882.
THE 13 AIL r BEE , COUNCIL BLUFFS. Monday Morning , March 20 sunscniiTioN By Carrier , SO ccnU per week , By Mall , - - 910 00 per Year. Offlco : Room Five , Hvorott'a Block , Broadway. a E. MAYNE , Yan g City Circulation. H. W. TILTON , City Editor. MINOR MENTIONS. Prong's Hauler curds nt Seamnn'ii. mMdtl Have you eoen that fine display of Halter cards t IJunhnell & Drnckelt'st . Mchlleod tf . The city council meets 8R ln this oven Inc. To-morrow evening tlio Hound Table meets at Mrs , Hewitt's. Mayor Bowman nays he will retain the present police force , for a time , at least. The Philharmonic socl ty meets for renewal this cronlng at L.V. . Tulloy's residence. The Fay Tompleton opera company promises an entertainment hero nt an early date. The Daptlat church folk have arranged for a sicial next Thursday crcnlng atMrs Colo's home. 1'otitions for the pnrJon of Mason , who shot at Qultcau , arc finding many ready ngncrn ! here. The house of J. Mueller , the well- known music dealer , has now music at homo. It is n daughter. The colored folk had an enjoyable festival in the Bee Hive block Friday night , the proceeds to go in aid of the church. church.Prof. Prof. Bcrry'a boy's band arc getting themselves rapidly In trim to attend the state firemen's tournament at Muscaline 8it Jane. These who arc committed to the jail for non-payment of fines are allowed f 3.33 on account dally , making n three days tay there equal to a $10 fine. Leave to marry was given Saturday to A. H. "Wing , and Miss Saruh Thwaite , of Missouri Vitlley , and to Joshua Oarlile and Josephine Brown , \Veiton. . ' Mm. Mary Watson is reported as having been badly kicked by a colt which was running around loose on Baldwin street-down which she va passing. Lint evening ; Rev. P. F. Brazeo gave at the Broadway Methodist church the third of his sermons to young men , his ubject being , "The Keturn Homo. " A sneak thlof snatched a box of gin ger snaps from Kiel's hotel on Saturday , nd hid them in a lumber yard near by , where they were found later in the day. The dui bos f > ad its own way on Broadway for several days , much to the annoyance of averybody , aud the rain which laid it out yesterday wad gratefully received. Arioth'er meeting is to be held in the Vestry of the ( Presbyterian church tbU evening to take further steps toward or ganizing ft Young Men's Christian asso ciation here. * To-morrow evening at Dohany/B , "Only a Fanner's Daughter" will be given and -Wednesday evening Webber' * "Nip and Tuck" will bo presented at the amoplaco.tj Mrs. Brown , wife of an attache of The Nonpareil , was roughly insulted by two men as she was passing along Broad way on Saturday evening. Ono of them grabbed her by the arm , but , as she called for help , the two skipped out lively. The entertainment auddanco Riven by the Itoyal Arcanum was a most enjoyable affair throughout , but the old-fashioned dances in which those present were allowed to join were especially enjoyable Some of those who had jiatsod the meridian of life renewed their youth quite suddenly where the familiar strains of ancient num bers are struck up , The rubber sling nuisance , as fostered br the boys on the streets , is bncoming unbearable and ahould be speedily squelch- eu. Saturday afternoon A $200 French plate'glut tin one of Urk & Dugnetto't windows was cracked by a pebble thrown by one of these sllogs , ln the hands of a mischievous boy. Many lesser results have also been reported. Tfio follow.calling himself Dean Den ning , who was arrested Friday on a charge of larceny Is still being held , awaiting for further development * . He has been try ing -dispose of some clothing , Including two new pair of panto and a now pair of slippers , tor the possession of which h gives very satisfactory accounts. He ban previously disposed > of some clothing , sup posed to be stolen , Mrs. Bennett and Mn. Fonda , while riding Saturday afternoon , met with a aerious * ocldent. The horseu became frightened at Bometlilnjr aud run away , the buggy being overturned and both ladies thrown out. Mm , Uennett escaped in jury , and strangely .enough , for she fell betweeu the wheels. Mrs. Fonda , how- ' 'ever , was badly bruised About the head , and it is feared that uorlaus esulU may follow , Yesterday merning a young man was looking over some good * in the store of V , W. 9pettnan& Uro. , and .ox-Alderman Spetman was overlooking him. He noon noticed that the young man hod slipped a new new coat urder his own , and just as he saw this aud was about to make for him , the young wan broke for the door And milled into the street. Spetinan ful lowed him on the run , and after a chase of n block or two nabbed him , and took him toward the cooler , when he turned htm over to Officer Cu Ick. The young man K c Jill name an John Patterson , and on pleading entity wus fined f 15 And osti > . Not being able to | uy he was comunU'd to jail. Despised , By the unUmikmp Burdock ban been con sidered A weed , and Us luxuriant growth , unpleasant Haell , etc. , IIAU rendered it t < > thosu "nt > t knowing its virtues" a mil- eance. and y ttlie root has long teca no- Jcnowledgeu by Mvants an inot Invaluable as A diuretic , aperient and blood purlGer. Bur lock Blood Hitters embody all m good quAlitlM. IVJeo 81.09 , trial be JO a A PUT-UP JOB. John Piorson Seems Willing to Perjure Himeelf for Fifty Dollars. Ho HimfloH Arrested for As saulting and Robbing Mrs. Hubbard , Snoddoriy IB Sot -Proo and Piorson Takoa His Placo. Nearly all of Saturday was taken up by Judge Aylosworth in hearing evidence in the caao of Jim Snodderly , charged with nssaulting and robbing Mrs. Hubbard on Monday evening of last week. John Pioraon , who "gave away" Snoddoriy , or who pretended to , scorns to have miulo sorry work of it. Ilia story aa told on the stand was that he ovprhonrd Snoddoriy talking to Godfrey in frontof the "Blue Jay , " nnd heard Snodderly say , "I'm bound to have it if there is five dollars in it. " Pioraon , after buying Borne bread and ten , started homeward up Madison , and on nearing Pierce street flaw Snoddoriy atanJing talking with another follow. As ho turned the corner into Pierce street ho hoard the other follow toll Snoddoriy , "Well , if that is what you are going into I don't want anything to do with it. I wouldn't go into it for a thousand del lars. Snoddoriy then said , "There's the lady now. " Picrson saw the lady come along and Snoddoriy follow her , and ho followed after them , stopping at the corner to drop his bundles over the fence into the yard. Piorson watched Snoddoriy until ho saw him knock the woman down , snatch her money and run. Suoh was the story told by Piorson. Ho did not toll any of this until after the reward of $50 was offered , and everything points to the fact that it was the hope of reward that induced him to make up a yarn to convict Snoddoriy. A young follow named Alton testi01 fiod that Piorson told him that if ho would go down to the police headquarters - quarters and swear against Snoddoriy that ho could got half of the reward , nnd that "twonty-Gvo dollars is a pretty big thing now-o-days. " Allen told him ho didn't know anything about the affair , and wouldn't troar that ho did. Godfrey admitted that ho was with Snoddoriy on the night of the assault , but that ho know nothing about the affair. He mot Snoddoriy at the "Blue Jay" saloon , but heard Snod doriy say nothing about the robbery. Ho made no such remark as that claimed to have boon heard by Pier- son. Ho and Snoddoriy wore together from about o'clock in the evening un til nearly 1 o'clock. They wore drink- Ing , playing cards , etc. , at different saloons. Another bad feature to Piorson's story is that Mrs. Hubbard did not take take tee route which [ Piorson do scribes. Instead of going on Fierce street , where Pioraon says ho saw Snoddoriy following her , , she wont straight up Broadway to Stutaman , and turned straight up to her homo. * This gives Pieraon the direct lio. In view of , these facts it become evident that there was not enough proof that Snoddoriy committed the dastardly deed , and the court dis charged hiraj Ho ia a hard citizen , but m this case ho scorns to have boon justly released. As to Piorson , it seems that ho either put the job on Snoddoriy for the purpono of getting the $50 reward , or plso for- the purpose - pose of shielding himself or covering up some facts with which ho was con versant. Accordingly , after Snod doriy had boon sot free , a warrant war issued for Piorson'a arrest , and ho wax locked up , not being able to giro the $000 bond required for his appear ance. The authoritos Boom determined , if possible , to got at the bottom fact * in this case and bring the real offender to justice , and the boldness and bru- trality of the critno arouses a general wish that the guilty party may got Ills just closnrts , and that , too , right Bpoedily. WOMEN "WILL tiHOOT. Mro. Crawford Blazoa Away at Bur glars An Irate Lady Arma Her- eelf For a Walk on Oroadway. There has of late boon so many deeds of deviltry committed hero that the women are tukimr up arms in their own defense. At least throe attempts havn boon nmdo during the past ton days to burglarize Mr. Crawford's residence. Ho being a away from homo , his wife concluded that she must protect horaolf as best she could , and accordingly secured a revolver , and on the last of the throe b attempts eho used it , but with what results is not known as yet. She hoard some ono at work on the first floor , the noise being such A as would naturally come from mi at ( tempt to turn the key with a pair of nippers. She waited unfit she was satisfied that burglars worp there at work and then she fired tnico in rapid succession , both bullets going through the door. From iho sudden exclama tion and hasty edt from the yard she thought that she must have hit some body , but no assurance has yet boon is found that such was really the case. The attompta to enter the house will probably now bo suspended , Saturday evening a respectable lady while on her way to the etoro where she is acoustoiued to purchase her rooorios , was rudely accosted on liroodway by two ruffians , Instead of fainting andjscrcaming , olio easily walked back to her homo and armed herself with a revolver , and again came dawn Broadway , and as she stopped into a store to make some purohaaos , she informed the merchant showed her valiant weapon of do- fooso , and calmly remarked that aliu would like to have those follows in- insult her again that way , Sorno of these rutllans who roll up uid down the streets insulting respec table ladies will got a dote of load from Bomo irate and plucky woman , and , if so , it will servo ks a quietu * on good many. . Prohibition a Failure. In opening my case I had intended to introduce witnesses first from Maine , but a recent letter front the Ilov. Richard Ciordloy , of Emporia , Kansas , hits led mo to place him upon the stand. "Mr. Cordloy , will you bo good enough to state to the people of Iowa what you know of the working of the prohibitory law in your statol" "Tho opponents of the law have made it a point to create the im pression that ( ho law is n failure. pli Every unfavorable report has boon sent to the winds , and repeated over and over again. A newspaper re porter goes into a Kansas town , lie is taken in hand by the initiated and filled with boor and falsehoods. Ho reports to his journal the next morning that "liquor is just ns free in that town as over it was. " Whereas , if ho had not been well known anc well introduced , ho would have gone homo as dry M the western plains are said to bo. A case of drunkenness is reported in n local paper a aolitary case , wlio'ro before such things wore ol daily occurrence. It is copied everywhere - where as "ono of the fruits of prohi bition. " As a specimen of these manu factured stories , a pupor , usually con sidered reliable , stated a short time since , that " 40,000 people had re moved from Kansas into Mis souri on account of the passage - sago of the prohibitory law" why they should leave Kansas , if the law was without effect , the paper did not stop to explain , but made the statement as if from actual knowl edge. The fact is , nobody had loft the state on this account , except a few dealers who had taken their stock of liquor over the line into Missouri. For this Missouri has our sympathies. " What is their loss is our gain. " But , Mr. Cordly , is there not some foundation for these reports ? Yes , there is. In three or four of our larger towns it has boon mostly ignored. Lcavcnworth voted heavily against the law , elected officials who wore known to oppose it , and they hayo so far evaded its provisions. The same is true of Atchison and ono or two other newer towns. At Lawrence and Topeka there have boon moro ef forts at enforcement , but not with marked success. The difficulty has been with witnesses and jurors. Some leading men , supposed to bo honorable men , have advised witnesses and jurors to perjure themselves to defeat the law. As a result of such teaching , men who have been aeon drinking liquor will swear they did not know what it was they drank ; and jurors in a perfectly plain case of guilt will vote to "ncquit" and the jury disagrees. This thing will bo reached after a while. The next movement will bo to put a few of those perjurers in the penitentiary and this obstruction will bo removed. These four towns are the best known olvi any in the state. Strangers always visit them ; newspapers always report thorn J , and they are taken to represent the state. But they are not the state by any moans. In the great body of the state the law is onfnrcod as well as any ono expected it would be. " What war the effect of the effort to have the law declared unconstitutional ? "During the several weeks this ques tion was before the supreme court the saloons everywhere opened and boldly defied the law. They were sustained in this by the National Brewers' association , who were ready to spend any amount of money to break down the law. After Iho court had declared the law valid , it was no easy matter to upset the traffic which had taken advantage of the doubt. " How docs the law work in your own town , Emporia ? "Here it required ono prosecution after another until the saloons were closed. The most obstinate and wily dealer was convicted only a short time since. Most of the saloons wore closed within a week after prosecutions com menced. There is doubtless some se cret selling here , but only the initia ted know whoro. " Mr. Oordloy's evidence will bo con cluded in our next. L. W. TOLLKYS , Arrest of a Train Kobbor. National Associated Frew. ST. Louis , March 18 A special from Independence , Mo. , says a tu mult of excitement was occasioned this morning by the arrest of John Mott on the charge of complicity in the Chicago & Alton robbery at Blue Out last September. Mott resides in the immediate vicinity of the robbery and since that time has boon telegraph operator at Glendale , a short distance from Blue Out. The cose was worked up and the arrest made by United States Detective W. W. Gorham , who says ho , haa po.itivo proof of Mott's guilt. Ho has boon working up the case for some time. , and when preliminary examination is had he says startling developments will re sult. The public have long simple- ionod Mott , but evidence could not bo obtained which would warrant his arrest. Gorham is the detective who displayed such wonderful shrewdness in working the Waggoner murder case at Knnsaa City a few months ago. date for Mott'a preliminary exam * nation will bo fixed this afternoon. BOKUI Mortgage Operations' . National Associated J'rtss. DETIIOIT , Mich. , March 10. Up to the present iiour no definite develop ments have boqn made in the recent discovery concerning Nairns' bogus mortgage operations at Adrian. It \ known , however , beyond question that thu Olark estate hold at least bogus mortgages negotiated by Nairns to the amount of 862,000. There is good reason to think further investi gation will show that the loss of the estate will ageregato 890,000. Start ling rumors are alloat , that other Adrian capitalists and corporations have invested in thcso fraudulent se curities. The Olarks still rot USD to muko A complete statement , but say they have got all they want of it \ The records and other sources of in formation are being thoroughly searched to laid the full extent of Nairna' operations. All banks of the city claim that they are not involved and are perfectly sound. "HOUGH ON RATS. " The thing desired found at last. Aik druggist for "Rough on Rat * . " It clear out rat * , inlce , roaches , flies , bed bugs ; 16 box is On SUDDENLY SKIPPED. Ono of the Numerous Smith > Family is Mysteriously Miseod. The Proceeds from the Sale of a Pair of Mul OB Also Gono. A man named Maxwell , who had i pair of mules for ale , found a cua tomcr for them last week , who was to pay him ? 260 on delivery. Mr. 3I&T- well brought the mules to Maaon Wiso'a barn , and the purchaser waste to got them of him there. A man named Frank Smith , who has served for ootno time as foreman of the barn know the circumstances , and when the purchaser came the owner of the mules was not on hand , and Smith took the $250and delivered the mules. Soon after receiving the money , Smith remarked that ho had to go over to the bank , and otopping out , haa failed to step in again. This was on Saturday morning , and since that time no trace of him has been found. The idea of his having mot with foul play has nothing to sustain it , and licnco the only apparent explanation for Smith's ' abscnco is that ho has become - como so attached to the $250 that ho has olopcd with it. Mr. Wise disclaims all responsibility in the matter , as ho never has author ized Smith to transact business for him , he having his money matters and books in the hands of another man. Smith's duties were simply to look after the work nbout the barn , and to servo as foreman during Mr. Wise's absence , as on this occasion. Mr. Maxwell , who left the mules there , dotiies that ho gave Smith any authority to receive the money for the mules should the purchaser como during his absence , so it seems that Smith took the money of his own ac cord and has appropriated it to his own uses. A search is being made to ascertain his whereabouts , but thus far without success. Cattle Trouble in Buffalo. HitlonM AuocUtcd Press BUFFALO , N. Y. , March18. . The otreot commissioner , with a posse of men , liy order of the v supreme court , repaired to the cattle barna of Farth ing's distillery nnd turned loose 13G head , valued at $11,000. Subse quently Farthing & Co. secured a re plevin by giving a bond of § 30,000 , and the sheriff drove all the cattle back to the barns , where ho will hold them three days pending further action of the courts. The people of East Buffalo are greatly excited over the matter , and hold another indigna tion mooting to-night. Iiynched. National Araocl&ted Prese. PENSACOLA , Fla. , March 18. At Tampa a young Englishman named 0. D. Owens assaulted a young lady and stabbed her nearly to death. Be was captured and jailed , but taken out by a mob to a shade tree in the court yard , where the United States court was in session at the timo. The mayor and sheriff protested , and the military was brought out , but too Iate4 Owens was a dead man. Owens was the exact imago of Guiteau. Death of a Detective. National Associated Vtoa ST. Louis , March 18 The death of Lathrobo Olaiborne , son of Hon. N. 0. Olaiborno , which occurred on the Indianapolis & St. Louis railroad Wednesday night , and which caused surprise because of his occupation , is explained. When killed he was serv ing as a brakeman , It now appears that ho was in the employ of a detec tive firm of this city , and was acting as a brakeman in order to watch the course of curtain ofiicials , r Killed. His topmottior. Notional A-socIated Press. f LITTLK ROOK , Ark. , March 18. Henry Loomans , aged 18 , living near Augusta , became involved in a dispute with-his stepmother. When she at tempted to use the broomstick on him he seized an axe and split her head open. She is dyinaf. Ho is in jail. COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL NOTICES. NOT10K. Special advertisements , 1 1 lost , Found , To Jx n , For Bale , -To Kent Wants. Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted in thlt column t the low rate of TEN 9ENT3 PEB LINE ( or the first Insertion and FIVK CENTS PEIl LINE ( or each mibetquent Insertion Leave advertisement * at our offlce , Ilooro 6 , Everett' ! Ulock. Broadway. _ SALE ) y > . ono Mexloin Natbnal (1,000 coupon boml ; value and history unknown , ' ' 117" ANTED To buy hou iand lot on monthly W payment * . Addren.X , liceoinc-e. Hl& 13 tf , Carpenter who will tale h's ' pay WANTED Installments , to build two small cottigea. AilJro a M , 0. , Dee < Illcn. marlS t' ' . nENT-KIco front offlcp , up Halre. K POU at Uco olHeo. Council llluffa. marU- . Ulrl for general hou'e work. WANTED. ' t 117 Vine street. marlOtt Torcntasnull cotlaga at once. WANTED 0. U. , or enquire at RIK cilice. ANTED To rent A ten room house In some good neighborhood or two smaller houses sldo Cside. . Addreu P. O. Box7 7. Council BluUs , or applp at BK offlce , Council Bluffs. _ _ yi- \TtrANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs lo W to take Till Bi . 20 c nt per week , da Illorod by carriers. Offlte , Koom I , Everett * lllocic. Broadway. To buy 100 U > n broom corn. WANTED tlculan. addreaa Council lllnfl- Broom Factory. Council BlutU. Io a. 068-28tL - PMH > r" < 2 ? J * ' m FOUSALB-Old . Council BluOa. se2 BBICK-MAKEUS. FOR HALE-Bi acres or TIO moro of land adjo'nlng the brick-jar I of limner & Jlal'io.1 on Upper Uroalway. For particulars apply to Pavld llalucs or to llanncr s office at the Board of Trade rormi. Council Ulufls. 776-degi 8iu \TrANTED-Boy , with pony , to carry pap < YV Inquire at fit ! office , Council .Uuir . Mrs. Smith , where did ydu get those fine Obandeliors ? AT- BIXBY & WOOD'S , THE ; PLUMBJJRS , Bancroft and Fonrth Streets. TOO UTTERLY UTTER BOSTON TEA GO. Are Supplying the Aesthetic Wants \ of the Public in FINE GROCERIES , With Everything in Staples at the Lowest Prices. Fresh Roast Coffees , Chioce Drawing Teas , Boston Tea Go. 16 Main Bt , and 15 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , W.W.SHERMAN MASUPACTDUEn OF Road , Track , Ooach & Livery HARNESS ! FltfE WORK A SPECIALTY. E. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager. W1I. CHRISTOPHER , Mechanical Manager. 124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la. The Leading GROCERY HOUSE IN THE CITY , We keep everything yon want in First 01 IBS , Choice , Glean QEOCEaiES and PEOVISIOUS [ t will pay you to look our es tablishment through- Every thing told for Cash , and at the very closest margins , We have aline oflOo CANNED GOODS , And we also sell the finest Im ported Goods , Eastern and West ern Goods put up All Canned Goods reduced 10per cent , Send for our Prices , Strict attention paid to Mail Orders , Ageuts for Washbnrn's Super lative Flour. F , J , OSBOENE & GO , , 162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden- House. COUNCIL BLUFFS IRON WORKS , MANUFACTURERS OF ' ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING AND GENERAL MACHINERY Office and Works , Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. We gho spichl attention to Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces , HOISTERS AND GENERAL MILL MACHINERY , HOUSE FRONTS. GENERAL REPAIR WORK will receive prompt attention. A general as sortment of Braes Goods , Belting , Pining , AND SUPPLIES FOR Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooko , Ooal , OHAS. HENDEIB , President. J. M , PALMEE , DBAIUH IN REAL ESTATE ANO LOAN AGENT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA- MAURBR & OBAIQ , ARTISTIC POTTERY , Bleb Out Glass , Fine French China , Silver Ware &o. , 310 BSOADWAT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. KELLEY & M'CRACKEN ' , Marble and Granite , North Fifth 8t , Council BluPr Drs , & Son Woodbury , . . . . . * " " * - - I xPUKTrrxs-ac-s , Cor , Pearl & 1st Ate. COUNCIL I3LUFFS. . B. AMENT. JACOB SIMS. AMENT fit SIMS , Attorneys & OounBBllors-at-Law , OOUN OIL BLUFF . HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. , if A DRY GOODS AND CARPET HOUSE. Broadway , Cor , Fourth St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. J. MUELLER'S Whickering , Weber. Lindoman , J , Mueller and other Pianos , $200 and upward. Burdett , Western Cottage , : Tabor and Paloubet Organs , $50 andupward. Musi cal Merchandise of every dtscription. IM : Italian Strings a specialty ; imported direct. Music Books , , Sheet-Music Toys , Games , Fancy Goods , Wholesale and Be- 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 COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. BOWMAN , ROHRER & CO , , Storage and Commission Merchants , PURC EASING AGENTS And Dealers In all kinds ol Produce Prompt attention tfrcn to all consignments. NO8. 22 , 24 AND 20 PEARL STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. "W. IS. IFOSTIBIR WILL SUPPLY ON SHORT NOTICE Cut Flowers , Greenhouse and Vegetable Plants In their season. Orders promptly tilled and dclhcrcd to Express offlce free of charge. Send foi Catalogue , OOXTZsTO ] FURNITURE HOUSE. Mirrors , Upholstery Eepairing , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins , No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. IOWA WYOMING COAL. Bandied Wholesale and Retail , STARR & REYNOLDS , 107 Main St. METCALF BROS. , - WHOLESALE DEALEUS IN - Hats , . Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. OHIOAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. j 3B3C IJ Jb'A'EI , _ REAL ESTATE AGENT , / Has For Sale , Town Lots. Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands , , * and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska. Office with W. S. MAYNE. over Savings Bank , - OOU OILi BLUE ELEGANT ! ELEGANT ! The New Styles for 1882. WALL PAPER ! Largest Stock in Western Iowa. SEND FOR SAMPLES ! i 0 Geo. R. Beard , 11 PEARL STREET. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Gr-ZEM WE CAUHV THE LAUOEST STOCK OF FINE 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 , Call and See Our NEW SPRING STOCK , which has Begun to Arrive , Z. T. 'LINDSEY ' & CO. , 412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA And WEST SIDE SQUARE , CLARIriDA IOWA ,