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6 1 rE DAILY JBEE-COtfiN'OjL BLUFFS'IOWA FBIDAY MAT 5 , 1582.
The Daily Bee. COUNCIL BLUFFS7 Frjday Morning May 6. SUnSCIUITlOX RATES ! I5J- Carrier , - - - - - SO cents per week , By Mall , - - - - - - - $10 00 pet Year. Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near Broadway. C. K. MAYME , Vnn ( rcr City Circulation. H. W. TILTON. City Editor. MINOR MENTIONS , L&dlcA go to Ullfn' for your fani. Bliss has the largest line of nice fans in the city. Lant night n song tcrvlco wai given by the Y. M. 0. A. at the 15ai > tl t church. Joseph llcitcr makcA MilU up in the Ulost fctylcR nt 310 Broadway. nprlMf John Welch , n plain drunk , wa fined the regulation $7 in the superior court yesterday. Matthias Adamn was ycitenlny fined in the Buperior court fcU for illitnrbini ; the peace. Ho concluded to pay tt In muscle. muscle.Mitchell's Mitchell's ' I'leasure Party W B yester day at the Ogilen , und InH night gave "Our Goblins" to a goodly sized mullenco at Doliany'a. 1'at Laccy , chief of the fire depart ment , docs not seem satisfied with heing fined for keeping hi * saloon open on .Sun day , rad has taken an appeal. Tnko your ice from the IMuo Wnironf. Orders taken nt J. T. Oliver's and nt Jones Urua' grocciy. Mullhollanil & Co. , successors to U. F. Klclicr. apl21ltf Afra. Bliss will display her pattern hats and bonnets Saturday. All ladies wanting pattcrnN will do well by calling , an they will bo sold at cost. Ono day only. r A woman named Mr . Weis , evident ly insane , was yesterday taken in custody and placed In fall. It took four men to keep her in the wxgou , l > y which she was given transportation. The news comes over the wires that F. J. Houcliott , a student of the Chicago university , won the first prize nt Indian- apolii In the interstate oratorical contest held there. The winner of this hlghhonor Is a brother of Dr. A. A Hanchrtt , the well known physician of this city. 11. C. Ilubhard seems to Imvo made a happy hit in publishing a railway guide and traveler's note book for Council Blurts , giving much needed information , nnd in a r convenient form. ItH nominal puce , pocket size and usefulness will render it a welcome to over/ one residing in this city , or visiting it Frank Mitchell , a colored man , was yesterday before Judge Ayleaworth for raising a rumpus nt a house kept by a col ored woman named Jennie Loachsm. Ho kicked in the door , and thus gaining an entrance proceeded to nms h furniture and thump ono of the girls , Mollie Mur ray. * Ilia little hurrah gave him a chance to do $10 worth of work for the city , A tarantula was yesterday found in a "bunch of bananas at a Broadway fiuit store. The follow , despite hit score of legs , did not escape , and on being cap tured was bottled in alcohol oud kept as a curiosity. Tarantula are often found In original packages of bananas , nnd it It well "look out" for them to a little , an their bite Is snid to be deadly , and their poieou wnrso than that of a rattlesnake. Permits to wed were yesterday given to John J. Anderson , of Hr.rrison county , and Mita Sophia IClopprind , of Pottawat- tamio county ; Max Grosser , of Council BlulTfl , and Magdalena Wolf , of Council Bluffs ; 8. B. Lindsey , of Milton Junction , and Nellie Seward , of Crouiwcll , Union County ; Jamea Fiuerty , ot Harrison county , and Dora Caranna , of Silver City ; George J. Bradley , of Bucna Vitta , Col. , and Ella M. Dyke , of Prairie du Chien , The policy holders of the Mutual Life insurance company , of Now York , are re > ceiving through its local agent , M. F. llohrcr , eome Interesting and valuable reading matter , nmontf which is ono llttlo book entitled "Caro of the Hick" an J an other "Accidents , Emergencies nnd Pol * sons. " It is evident that the company thinks that the bettor informed its policy holder ) are the better they will take euro of themselves and the lighter will bo the death losses , Two boyi named Basileld were yester day found by Chief Field in a lumber yard , mid being known us rather hard cases for youngsters , ho arreiited them and locked them up , with the prospect offend ing them to the reform tclmol. On the boyH were found a number of padlocks and numerous keys , which the lads had picked up In their wanderings. One of the boyti was somctitno ngo In trouble cauaed by hitting Offbcr Sterling' * boy with a ttoue , and both are fc.ild to be al lowed to run wild by their folks. Do not forget the snlo of eliort- horns , to bo liold at tlio Driving Park in Council Wull'j on Friday next at 2 p. in. Sco iidvortifloniwit. J. T. Hail will offer for ualo nt oaino tiiuo and place suvon litail ol choice pedigreed females. muy3-3l THE WORTH OF A WIFE. A Mlndon Man Wants Ton Thousand Dollara For the Seduction of His Frau. Among the cases filed in the distric court is ono entitled liana Schlapp kahl VD. Joaohino Stuhr. Tlio coin , plaint eot forth is that on the 17th o last Juno Stuhr seduced the plaintifTi wife , and that fts a result a child wai uorn , whereby the husband was for t long time "deprived of the company comfort , fellowship , society and oasii once of hii said wife , oa ho othorwist would have had enjoyed. " In view o these grievous facts Schlappkahl claim ! damages to the amount of 810,450 110 placeii the services of his wile during the time of her sickness at worth at least $300 : the cost of doc tors , nurses , etc. , about 8150 , and the matter of $10,000 as the bMru ol Oilcad for the feelings outraged bj this break in his family relationship. MISSING MAIL. A Thousand Pounds of Letters and Papers Mysteriously Disappear. The Fttrzlo nt-Lnst Solved. As many know , the mail mattar nt the transfer is weighed in bulk , truck after truck filled with pouches being run upon the scales and the number of pounds registered , The other day it was discovered from the woighnmstor's books that there were more pounds of mail than had ever passed through on any day before , nnd it excited Roino little com ment. It was found , however , that the actual amount of mail matter did not correspond. About a thousand pounds were missing. Where had it 50110 ? That was the question. There was n mysterious whispering , hints that Jcsso James must have spirited it away , and general consternation was manifest. Visions of train rob bers , dishonest government employes , : rookcdncss of all sorts danced before iho eyes of the bewildered employes , and there scorned to bo a sure case for government detectives to work upon. After the Hurry had lasted some htt'o ' Lime , the solution was gained. It ap > pears that the man who runs .ho mnil upon the scales , "Jim , " was in a great rush , and in his zeal had seized upon a truck of baggage and run it with the mail and had it weighed up. The mistake was discovered in nmplo time : o prevent much troublebut the cruel joys now tantalize the innncont "Jim" with charges of trying to put jp n job on the government. IIo mshes it up with smoke. COLLARED THE CASH. And Away Ho Skipped , Leaving Els Kmployor un Anxious Ljoser. Yesterday Sir. Ostorzeltor , who is engaged in the pop business , on Broad way , was dashing about in an excited nannor , on the hunt for an employe of his , a young than of about eighteen , who had skipped out with some cash which ho had received in collecting nils. It appears that Mr. Oatorzottor and the young man had some trouble and angry words passed , whereupon ho young man , who had his em- foyer's team in charpo , gave ono of ho hones a kick , starting the team nto a run and letting them fly up Broadway. They brought up against a lamp post , which they succeeded in mashing , and were then captured. The young man hurriedly skipped out , aking with him about live dollars of lis employer's money. Ho was racked toward the transfer , and ho officers and Mr. Oatorzottor hur- iod thither , expecting to capture him > eforo ho could got across the river , iut ho eluded them in some way. ? ho money stolen and the damage to ho wagon makes the employer's loss about § 35. Conferring Titles. The following transfers of real os- ate are reported as taken from the county records by J. W. Squire & ] o. , abstractors of titles , real estate and loan agents , Council BlulTa : J. N. Casady to J. Frost , lots 4 , 5 , and 0 in block 13 , Howard's addition , § 500. S. F , Buskins to 8. Eiscman , lot 4 n block 7I3ayliss' 2daddition to city , § 3,300. H. B. Champion to L. Baughman , n. o. 14 , 74 , 38 , 81,500. J. W. llodefor to A. Peak and A. L. Rock well , lot 3 block 7 , Bayliss' 2d add. to city , § 4,000. P. Lacy to M A. Lacy , lot 7 , block 10. Jackson's odd. , citv , 1,000. L. S. B. Wilkinson to J.W. Smith , n. w. n. w. 14,75 , 44 , 8400. William Dean , executor , to J. D. EJinuiidaon , lot 1 , block 14 , in Mill's ' add. , city , § 75. Grand opening of Paris millinery at L. 0. Arbutlinot'fl , 440 Broadway. Friday and Saturday , May 5th nnd Oth. The latest styles for spring and summer in dress-making nnd trim mings , mny2 5t THE UKUMBLEH'H 1CORNER. COUNCIL BLUITH , May 3,1882. To the IMltor of the Uco , Council Blull's has two Hour mills capable of turning out 400 barrels Hour on a twenty-four hour's run , wlillo Omaha docs nos make a barrel. How is that ? Whent in abundance they have , BO their busy elevators show , Then why don't ' they make their own ilour instead of sending a clear profit of § 30,000 n year to swell tlio coll'ora of the millers of Minneap olis , Sioux Falls , Kansas and else- wherc-1 Two ye&i'j profit on the amount cf ilour that Omaha con sumes would build and thoroughly equip u splendid now process , or roll er null , capable of turning out DOO barrels of ilour a day , or ono year's profit would pave Sixteenth street trpm Farnam to Quutin Anne place with bricks in the manner described in former articles. In passing through the streets of Omaha I noticed by the brands on sacks of ilour kept for sale by many of the grocers that the citizens doponn mainly on their little corn mills for their graham ilour. Parties dif fer , und yet none of us will knowingly cat n pock of dirt before - fore wo die. Wheat should bo thor- oupholy cleaned before it is reduced to ilour. The process of clcarinii wheat in our modern mills iscomplote. It is not considered to bo in n fit con dition to bo ground or to bo reduced to flour by tlio roller system until it liau passed through a scrooi suparator , cockle inao hine , smut nnd scourer , tc bo finished by being thoroughly brushed. Of course Omaha's corn mills have one or all those machines , and if neither , it loaves them to judge of the purity of its graham. Ilollmyor , the successful miller who owns and runs the city mills here , and whoso ilour stands high at home and abroad , has the appearance ol being perfectly satisfied with the con dition of his trade and stops out as if fully content to let the ' Let the world wag a * It will , I'll ' he free and eiuy still. " I roprut to say ho patronizes no milling journal and I wonder at his success. His mill , from boiler room to parrot , for neatness is unsurpassed by the great Waahburn mill. A. Evans , of the Chrystnl mills , takes both The American and North western Miller. These journals nre devoted to the ecienco and art of mill ing to-day , nro ably managed and should bo palronizcd by every miller in the United States. It was through thcsa journals that Evans obtained a knowledge of the chemistry of the wheats grown in tlio Missouri valley , which enabled him to select with un erring certainty the wheats needed to make the different grades of flour called for. If they oosiro a wheat particularly rich in glutin , they ob tain it of the farmers of Nebraska , and if a higher color is called for , then the Nebraska wheat will yield by the half-roller system they add from one-fourth to one-half of Kansas or Missouri winter , llenco their success , Their homo trade is excell ent and they are unable to keep un with orders from abroad , whicn speaks well for their flour. Some of Omaha's enterprising capitalists ( mould build a mill. Don't lot the matter die out. E. B. HUNT. To the Tornpornnco Workers ofPotta- \vattamlo County. Every township in the county that has not already done so is requested to hold a meeting at the earliest pos sible aay and appoint a township pro hibitory amendment committee of throe , the names of which should bo reported to L. W. Tulieys , secretary of the executive committee , Council Blullu. The friends of temperance are rp- quested to act promptly and send in therm names nt onco. a7-4t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. A Paid Flro Department. To the Editor of The lice : There was no ell'ort to conceal the fact that the friends of the now ad ministration used the fire department as a political machine during the re cent olecion. On the very night fol- owing , the mayor-elect wont in per son to n fireman's meeting to fulfill lis promises to the chief , and pull the wires for his re-election. The firemen construed this to mean that the de partment would bo a power in the now administration , with headquar ters at "tho old stand. " About the same time , the twilight publication ; ave a column of words and figures with promises of economy under the "now deal. " The next move was to hold a oucas and fix the mayor's salary at some thing like § 000 with oilico and con veniences supplied , and other officials n proportion. The retiring mayor lad served the city at more nominal pay , and supplied his own oilico. But my object was to protest against contending the fire department as a political machine. It is an institu tion that above all others , should be entirely free from political influences , everywhere. It is composed of demo crats , republicans , grconbackors and business men , who are alike inter ested. Bun as a machine , it will weaken its own influence , and injure business in every branch. Custom- ars will be directed to certain stores because a fireman is clerk or proprie tor. It will become like "Zion's Co operative Institution" at Salt Lake , used ns a power against the gentiles , and every branch of trade will fool its effects. Lot us do away with n power that may booomo dangerous in the hands of designing men , and substitute a paid department. Lot four men be selected for each engine , and throe for each cart , to bo paid regular salaries. To make it nioro eillciont , lot n system fjf "minute men" bo ustabiished , BO successful elsewhere. This is , to offer u rownrd to the first man who "gets there" after the ring of the bell. Then lot the management of tlio department at fires bo in charge of efficient officers , to bo rewarded for energy and bo ex pelled for carelessness and neglect. In this way the institution may bo made useful and far more popular. It would bo butter , at least , than run ning the department to bo used as a machine at elections , with headquar ters in a gambling house. If the now administration means real economy , let it consider thnso plain hints. THE FIUEMEN'H FUIKSD. IOWA ITEMS. About twenty minister attended the recent mooting of the Fort Dodge presbytery held at Ida Grovo. Tlio social stir of Wednesday in Sioux City wan the nmrriatro of Mr. Anthony Hngan to Miss Anriio llynn. The Methodists of Indinnola have decided to pivo ; their pastor , Rev. Mr. Mnrtor , a throo-montiis' furlough to visit Europe. On the 2d , JJ.vcmnah ! Pitman , of Clinton , lost the fifth child within three weeks. All died of diphtheria. B. F , Allen , the once famous bank er of DCS Moineo nnd Ohicigo , is pro posing to again muko the former city his homo. His old residence ia being tilted up in fine style. The wife of Conductor Wostfall , ol the Chicago , Rook Island ifc Pacific railroad , \\lio was killed by the James train robbers in Missouri , is in great pecuniary distress. In Dubuque , on the night of the 1st , John \Yoning , an employe in the railroad yards , caught his foot in u frog nnd was run over by a train. Both legs were broken , torn and crushed in n most horrible manner , and recovery was thought lo bo im possible. Mrs. Win. Pollard , of DCS Moines , was found dead in bed Wednesday morning. The body exhibited no marks of violence , and the death is a mystery. Angus McDonald's Farm. Angus McDonald was a farmer from Oharlottoburg , county Glengarry , who arrived in ylnnipog a few days ago , Angus , in his own estimation and In the estimation of his friends , was n shrewd man. He was hardly in the place before an acquaintance of his ran up against -him , slapped him on the back in a friendly way , and said : "I'm glad you've como up. I was just going to send for you. " Aftbi their greetings ho continued : "By the way , Angus , you own a farm out near Minnedoaa ? " "Yes. " "tlmw much will you take for It ? " "I don't know , " said Angus. "I thought of settling on it myself. " "Well , I'll toll you what ; I'll give you $0,030 for it. " Angus thought before leaving GJon- garry that if ho got $2,000 for it ho would bo doing well , but ho was now in the land of booms , and so ho asked SG.oOOforit. " "Well , hero's § 50 on the bargain , nnd wo'll tign the papers to-morrow. " And the purchaser rushed oil , Before two hours had passed Augua ran across another old acquaintance. "Gloi to see you , Angus ; glad you came up. Tneru's n splendid chnnco for you. By the way , I see you registered nn owning n farm near Minnesota. How much do you want for that farm ? " "I've just sold it , " said Augus. "How much did ho give you ? " "Six thousand five hundred del lars. " "Tho dickens ho did , Why , ril give yon § 15,000 for it. You go to the purchaser nnd gothim to rolcaso you , nnd I'll give you the § 15,000. " Angus wished that ho was back in St. lliphaols or nnywhcro oho , since ho had made such n fool of himself. However , nil ho could do was to try nnd got the farm back. So who does ho run across within fifteen minutes but purchaser No. 1. Says Angus : "I'm aony I sold you my farm. I'd like to pot it back. Hero's your § 50 , nnd wo'll bo where wo wore. " "Oh , I can't do thnt. I bought n farm , and will have the papern ready to-morrow. " After furthnr higgling , Angus of fered him § 500 to break the bargain With great reluctance the ourchoier took the § 500 ono hundred now § 5 bills of the Bank of Montreal nnd gave back to Angus the temporary agreement of sale. Angus was happy ngain , and setout out to find buyer No. 2. Ho found him not. No. 1 and No. " 2 wcro pal confidence men. Angus was the sucker from Ontario , nnd § 450 was the net amount that they stung him for. [ Guelph Herald. COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL NOTICES , NOTIOB. Special adt crtlscmcnts , such as Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rout , Want * , Boarding , etc. , ulll bo Inserted In this column at the low rate ot TEN CENTS PK1 ! LINE for tbo flmt Insertion nnd FIVE CENTS PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion. Leave ajv ortlscmcnta at our olQco , No. 7 Pearl Street , near Broadway. Wants. A jrood bnrbcr. Steady employment WANTED ment to a good man. f. J. Leik , linos- Ullc.llo. mayS-St- > ANTED. Iwoglrls at the Western Hotel W Immediately. WWANTED A No. 1 pants maker. WANTED JOSWU ItKITKK , Council BluHs. nay3-2t * WANTED Situation liy o boy2 years eld , on A fnm or herding cattlo. Addn-is Mrs. > . A. King , Council Huga. mayZ-St "VTTANTED Boarders hv day cr week. Fur- YV nlshed rooms , 200 4lh street. street.aprfO 6t "TTTANTED F.Torybody In Council Bluffs lo VY to take TUB Bull , 20 cents per week , do llrorod by carrier * . Olllco , No 7 Pearl Street near n road way. "fTCTANTED To buy 100 toni brooin corn. YY For particulars address Council Blufli Broom Factory , Council Bluffs , Iowa. 658-29U For Salo.and Rent TJ10R RENT I'art or whole of nlco residence , J ? or will sell on easy terms. Apply at I'oj olllco. ma } 2-tf I OR SALE Black and white Setter pups , by F Jiiucs Doylu Council Bluffi ) , Ia. myZ-flt * RENT Front room , furnished cr un furnished , with or w Ithout boaid. 7th etrcct between Mil and Oth aro. may2 St TYLER CUMM1NOS. "TOOK RENT Two p'casint ' roorrs In Aery deF - _ F tlrahla location , ilthor furnUhed or Ukfuru- IsliecJ ; suitable for ladles or genllnrocn. aprll-H J. W. SQUiRE & CO. "TJ10R SALE Beautiful residence lots , SCO U each ; nothing down , and SSpermonlh only , by EX-MAYO U VAUGII AN npl3-t ( 17011 RENT Bochtell's Hotel , mtddlo Broad. K way , Council Uiuffs , Iowa ; Is n well-known house : best location In the city. Stacking In cluded. Callonoruddresi nplllMm 1'ETER I1F.CHTELL. "ITIOKHALE Welberfrundor Woman's JJ Friend , the grrat ocrman dbcoiory. l'o ltlvo euro for fctiialo weakness In all Its various forms and stagep. At aprl3-lm DEIIAVKN'S Drugstore. PI' ' . R RENT Fun.l'hed rooms , B. w.cor , 6th Jj Ave. and llth troct. nprlgjw * ' T7IOR RENT. Two & 20 house ncd'ono itoro , J * 321) ) Broadway. Apuly oprU-lm * AM. WILSON. TnOR SALE Old iiapers 25o per hundred , at Jj The Bee offlco. Council BluBn. uo27-tl MlHcollnnooua. T 08T ' 'nlr sold sncctiiilos. A llhurol re\rard Jj will 1 o paid It Ittt at Tut Hur. oJicu iii5-tf 17XCELSIOR GALLERY still ahfatl ; overy- Jll thing ready for spring traaiVlows tmcn lor llthoiraphlo purposes. Best work In city. aprlS tf T ApcldcancillliK bctwem IJroaiUay TO and mo tr nblor , l t Oitotcr Fivcdol- lv rownrd will b n.W by leaving earaeat this olllii' . mist Ct . W. L. PATION I'liytlc'aii ' ami Oculist. DR. euro any cacf tore cyo < . Jt la only u matter of ilir.o , aiid can euro generally in frcm thrco to the weeksIt niaVcn nodlirer- ence how lens diseased. Will btralghtcn cross yes , opcratu ainl rciuo\o 1'ljrcgiuma , etc. , and Iriocrt artltlcial eye M'5-tf WAUTINQ 60iroflnoqu llty broom corn seed can ifet It l v writing to up3tt ! I' . T. , 'MAYNK.r Ono o ! the bcsi s.tond-clus Hoteli In the West Is the BROADWAY HOTEL , A. 15 JlllOWN , IVoprktor. Nos. B34 and 636 BroidwayCouncil Bluffslow * . TabU uppllcd with tb best the market af fords. ( Hod rooms and flrst-clasj b.ed * . Ttrmi very loiwonahlo. SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL N. Andcrion , - - Proprietor , 732 Ixjwer Broadway. Table surpl'.oJ with Ilio best the market af fords. Terms fS.Maud SI.OO per week. Transient \.00 \ per day. UNION AVENUE HOTEL 817 Lower Broadway , Mrs. a Gerspacher & Son. FIRST GLASS HOTEL AT KEA- SONAHLE PRIOES , TKANSIENTS ACCOMMODATED. HOTEL FOU KENT. GOOD REASONS FOU KENTINQ W. 8. AMKNT. JACOB BIM8 'AMENT & SIMS , Attorneys & ConnsBllors-at-Law , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. TOO UTTERLY UTTER ! 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 Co. 16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , W.W.SHERMAN MANUFACTURER OF - Road , Track , Coach & Livery e FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. K. II. SHERMAN , Buslncafl Manager. WJI. CIllUSTOrHEH , Mechanical Manager. 124 S. Main St. , Council BluITa , In. GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD ! Bright andyellow and hwd and cold , Molten , graven , hammered nnd roll'cl , Heavy to get and light to bold ; Hoarded , battered , bought and Bold. Stolen , borrowed , squandered , nnd doled ; Spurned by the young , iiut hugged by the old To the very verge of the churchyard mould ; ' Price of many a crime untold. GOLD ! GOLD ! If you want to have gold you must spend your money to the very best advant age. Do business \vith cash men , and where only ono price will be asked or taken , REMEMBER "A tree is known by its fruit " A store by its prices. ONE THING CERTAIN Oar prices are right. Our business ia a guarantee that fair dealing ia our watch word. XLOR is our motto. Our business - ness ia in a moat healthy condition. Every department is doing good work. Canned Goods nro goins oft" very cheap. Teaa and Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy , Shelf Goods for the million. Coino ana see us , we will do you pood. F , J , OSBORNE & DO , , 162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden House. COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING AND GENERAL MACHINERY Offlco and Works , "Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Wo giro special attention to Stamp Mills , Smelting Furuaces , HOISTERS AND GENERAL MILL MACHINERY , HOUSE FRONTS. GENERAL REPAIR WORK will receive prompt attention , A general as sortment ot Brass Goods. Belting , Pioing , AND SUPPLIES FOR Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooko , IJoal , OHAS. HENDRIE , President. 2. OSCAR V/IIiDE 2i GAS EIXTUKES. Bixby Wood , THE PLUMBERS. On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. ) J. M. PAJiMEK , . DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Drs ; Woodbury & Son , Cor. Pearl & lit Ave. COUNOII. BLUFFS. MAURT3B & ORAIG , ARTISTIC POTTERY , Rich Cut Glass , Pine Fronob China. Silver Ware &c. , TlROiPWAT. . COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. MRS , E , J , HILTON , M , D. , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , 222 Broudwav , Couuoll Bluff If Vou "With a Euuoli Go to LOUIE DOQUETTE , Soups , Meat , and Kivtables always on h ni , Flvi Cents per call. HARKNESS , ORGUTT & GO. , Broadway , Gor , Fourth St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa , inar-2-3m IP O IB The Boston Times , Sunday Morninsr , April 16,1882 , : , A i'iano an > our is the product of the manufactory of Messrs , Ohickerine & Sons in this city. Possibly this assertion requires a few wrds of explanation , There are sixty workinc hours each wr-ek , and since the .year 1882 came in , the number of pianos finished by this firm averages over sixty-one per \veek. d. MUELLER , Agent for Nebraska and Iowa , 103 South 5th Street. COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. TJ s o tn Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00 Bluff and lillow Streets , Council Bluffs. FURNITURE HOUSE. Mirrors , Upholstery. Eepairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins , No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluils , Iowa. UNION BAKERY , 517 SOUTH MAIN STREET. THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bakers employed. Bread , Cake , Fios , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our Wagons run all day. P. AYRES , Proprietor. M CALF B R O S.f WHOLKSALE DKALER3J. IN Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. Jt'JL'JS , " t'n- 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 , - OOUVOIL BLUFS TlfE VERYTAT &T STYL"ES OF Wall Paper and Window Shades " .li And the Largest A/sottment to Select rora. Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating Done in tlio IJntost Style of Moilorn Art. Geo. B. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs. C. A. , . UUNVAN , W. BEEBE C. A. BEEBE & CO. , Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FURNITURE AND CROCKERY , Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Irs , J , E , letcalfe and Miss Belle Lewis Are now dealing In all kindsol fancy goods , ench as Lnces , Embroideries , Ladles' Undeiwea ot all descriptions. Also llandkerchluls , both In [ Ilk and linen , hope ot all Kinds , thread , pi needles , itc. We hope the laalcs will call and ECO our Block of jjooJa at 630 Broadway biforu - I'JU elsewhere. 3. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET , Dealer In ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS of AH Kinds. A Full JUno of Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting SllliH and Stamped GoodsHioo Assortiient of Appliqno Pictures V. . . Z. T. LINDSEY . . & CO. , 412 BMADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA Ana vwmt SQUARE , CLARINOA IOWA ,