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THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUES'S , IOWA THURSDAY , MAS 18 , 1882.
The Daily Bee. COUKCiL BLUFFST Thursday Morning May 18. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : By Carrier , - - - - - ! 0 cent * per week By Mall , - - - - - - - 110.00 per Year Offlce : No. 7 Pearl Street , Koar Broadwny. 0. K. MAYNE , Manner City Clrrolttlon. H. W. TILTON , City Editor. MINOR MENTIONS. Fancy goods nt cost nt Hcrzmon's. 1 Frank Mftyo Is to ppo r a * "Davy Crockett" in Council BtuT ( on the 23d inst. The Nonpareil Is not to murli Ander- eon'g organ , as the major h the orgnn'a -Andtrson. 1' , C. Derol'a store on Uroiulnny Is I > CDK Improved liy n new front of full ZFrench plate. Qoods fresh at low prices , Herjman. Permit to marry was ywterday given to F. W. Hnll nnd Mngglo M. Mcrklc , both of Council Bluff i. Closing out Bale at IFcrrman's , The Fbcmlx Hook and Ladder Com pany Is to glvo n grand tournament ball nt aJloom & Nixon's .Hall , Wednesday evening - ing , May 31. Joseph Heller makes suits In the lat est styles at 310 Broadwny. j\prl4-l J. W. Blanchnrd , superintendent of the Wnbaeh railway , bus purchased the elegant residence of B. 3 ? . Montgomoryon Oakland nvenue. Tom Ryan , of Silver Creek , arrived yesterday at the calnbose. He was picked in nn alley where ho wan lying drunk. The usual fine wnt assessed. Herzmon Is surprising everybody. The three fellows arrested on suspicion t being pickpockets , have been released , oione of those who lost pocket-bopks nt the Ircus being able to Identify them. Another extensive manufacturing nn terprise Is about to be started in this city , the details of which will bo inado known ns soon as some pending negotiations nro completed. Take your ice frcm the Blue Warons Orders taken at J. T. Ollvei's and nt Jones Bros" . Groceiy. Mullholland &Co. , Successors to D. F. Ejcher. np2Dtf The water works show signs of activ ity and progress. Yesterday the laying of pipes was begun on Second street near the Ogden home , and ciulto n gang of men wore at work. Yesterday afternoon about 1:30 : o'clock death entered the homo of .Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. I'ntton , nnd took their little IDella , nged nine months. The funeral -will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon. = Yesterday afternoon Justice tfrainey was summonsed to Kuhl'a hotel to tie the knot matrimonial by which Claus Itoss- jnan and Christina Thompson , both of York Township , were made husband and -wife. The circus robbed Council Bluffa of some of Its curosltles. The sldtshowof a -cow monstroclty sn Main street was swal Ill lowed up , nnd the giant who ban been In all here for n saloon TOW nt Manning , was Ttele s d just in time to go with this show. The premium Hats of the Iowa state fair , to be held In Des Mulnea , September 1 to B , ara being distributed. Among the rules of special interest It one excluding irom the grounds gambling nf every na ture nnd form , also beer , nle , wine or other intoxicating liquors. On almost every street thcro nro building improvements in progress. Coun cil Bluffs Is growing and is bound to grow , and those who have not faith enough in the city to put'thoir idle capital into im provements will have to stand back and Jet more enterprising men take their places. The Kmmett house , of which Mrs. B. Durgau is the proprietress , has been closed for about two weeks , during which time it lias been thoroughly renovated nnd put in excellent condition , and in resuming busi ness , it offers its boarders attractions and comfortable quarters , with cleanliness , and all other requisites for a good hoard ing bouse. , PERSONA ! . E. H. Haworfli , ot Decatur , 111. , was in the city yesterday. J. M. Burk , of Lincoln ; Neb. , regis tered at the Ogden yesterday. J * B. Wadlelgb , Clinton's big lumber man , was. In the city yesterday. Orange Williams , of Janesville , Wis , visited this city and Omaha yesterday. lUlph Wolfe , one of Chicago's whole- male tourists , was at the Ogden yesterday , COURT CONVENES Tlie Dolnga of the Grand Jury , tbo Beginning of a Murder Trial and the Kudlng of a Divorce Cose. Yesterday in the district court the caao of the btate va Patrick llattigun and Michael Ilattigan was called up. The llattigan brothers are farmers living east of thia city , and it will bo remembered that they had a row with a hired man , in which the man was lulled , causing the defendants to bo accused of murder , A jury was im panelled , but owing to the absence of a witness the case was continued until to-day by which time it is expected the witness will be present , and the trial will proceed. One divorce case waa disposed of yesterday , it being that of Nancy Van Leven VB. Hiram Van Lovou. It appears that they have lived together for twonty-threo years and have had a family cf eight children , but his drunkenness and cruelty led her to auk for a divorce , which waa granted , The grand jury waa'yostorday hear ing wituoBsos in the case ot Botta , charged with having K'un one of the gang who useaukcd and robbed n far mer in JCug Greek township. Consta- lile Edgortoti and others from Omaha were in the city and appeared as wit- P. 'to trade a line lot of JSewiug Machines for Nebraska land. Address. * Mf Ai TWAVIH , -Box 1332 Council JJlullV , la. HEWITT'S HOP , Ho Appears to Have Taken Several Hundred Dollars. The Wires nt Work to Soanro Hi Cnpturn- About four months ago a youii ] man named W , if. Hewitt , came to this city and secured n position in A wholesale house , and proved himsol to npt in catching up the details o the business , so prompt and straight forward in his manners , so energetic , and apparently honest , that ho spend- ily won his way into the good opinion of his employers , who sent him out on the road ns their trusted agent , to sell goods and collect monies. Ho recently started out on a trip with $3.GOO of collections to trmko besides his other business. Of Into lie lias failed to report , nnd as the firm could got no tidings of htmother men have been sent out over his route , and have already found several nils which ho collected , but which ho ailed to report , BO that there is ilroady several hundred dollars inias- ng as well as Hewitt hlmsolfand how nucli more can not bo determined until his route has been thoroughly rotravollod. A few days ago Hewitt's employers ocoivod & letter from a wcman claim- ng to bo his wife , and living nt No. 0 North Ashland avonuo. Chicago. } ho wrote that she had neither soon or icard from him for two weeks. When 10 last wrote her ho said ho was going m & trip into the country for thrco or our days , and would write again on its return , but she had hoard no urthor word. A telegram was Kent o the police authorities in Chicago to .rrcst him for embezzlement , and to coop a watch on the house mentioned o as to nab him 111 case of his turn- ng thoro. Traces of him point to the act that he has skipped eastward , but with the liability of his having taken , n entirely opposite course , the wires invo boon used to send the informa- ion in all directions with the hope of lending him off , and capturing him. The description of the man answers loaoly that of a man of like name , who is wanted in Wisconsin for a like flense. The latter , Hewitt , loft a wife in that state and skipped west ward with several hundred dollars of lis employe's money , and deserting a worthy wife , who has since secured a divorce from him , leaving him free to marry some other woman and add an other chapter of misery by a like do- sortion. | BRIDGE BILL A Synopsis of Its Provisions and the Limits ot the Tolls to bo Charged. On the first of this month the bill authorizing the construction of a wagon bridge across the Missouri be tween Council Bluffs and Omaha was Introduced in the house of represen tatives by Mr. Hepburn , read twice , referred to the committee on com merce and ordered printed. It names as incorporators : W. F. Bapp , Her man Kountzo , A. 0. Graham , Henry Pundt , T. W. MoGargor , S. E. John son , J. T. Hart , 0. P. Goodman , M. Key , Frank Murphy , E. L. Shugart , J. E. Boyd , L. E. Baldwin , M , Hell- man , N. N. Motcalf , Thomas Gibson , M. E. Smith , H. G. Clark , L. Everett and J. A. McShano. The title of the corporation is to bo "Tho Union Bridge Company , " and the bill pro vides that said corporation shall bo empowered to build a wagon bridge for the transportation of street cars , wagons , and all other vehicles usually drawn by boasts of burden and not propelled by stonin. and for all live stock being driven or led , and for par sons of all ages and BOX. The persons named form a board of commiaaionors , which shall oignnize , by the choice of a president , secretary and treasurer , the treasurer to give bonds. The board of oommisaionors shall open books for the subscriptions to stock. After , in the judgment of the board , a sufliciont amount of stock lias boon subscribed , a meeting ot the subscribers shall bo hold , who shall elect not less than five directors. Said directors shall elect from their own number a president , vice-president , secretary and treasurer , said ofllcoro and directors to hold two years. Tno company shall have power to procure any and all bonds necessary For approaches to said bridge , by pur chase or ' .otherwise , and m case it shall become necessary to condemn land for that purpose , the proceedings shall bo conducted according to the the laws oi the state of Iowa on the east side of the river , and according to the laws of Nobroska on the west side. The company may establish one or moro ofllcca in Council BIulFd or Omaha , or both. Tlio company nlwll hnvo the right to elect to build cither a high or a. low bridge , Raid election to bo filed with the secretary of war. If said company elect to build a high bridge it shall bo constructed as follows ; It shall have at least -two high spans of not less than three hundred foot clear width of water-way each , and having a clear height of fifty foot nbovo the local highest water level , measured from the water- surface to the under side of the bottom chord of the bridge , or to the bottom of the floor beams if these are suspended below the chords ; that the the three hundred foot of clear width shall bo measured at right angles to the current , at the stages of water in which the span openings will bo used by boats , and the requisite fifty foot of head room at high water shall bo given , not at. the center of each span only , but from pier to nior , That ono of the high spans shall bo placed over the best and most availa ble channel at the lowest water at which boats can run , and nnothor shall be plucud over the boat high water channel , in case this is not in the aamo place us the beat chaunol in low water. That if the company elect to erect a low bridge it shall bo constructed as follows ; All fixed sparu over the av- orngo water-way of the river at a medium stage shall have clear open ings of not less than two hundred and ninety feet in width and ten feet clear head-room , measured from the local highest water to the lowest part of the span at any point between the piers ; nnd the draw of pivot * pan o spans shall give two clear openings o not loss than ono hundred and ntj foot each , measured nt right angles tc the current at nil ot&gcfl of water , am shall bo located in such a part of the bridge that ono or both of the openings can bo safely am convcniontly reached by boats at nl navigable stages of water , and thai ono arm of the draw span or spans al least shall bo over the best channel pi the river at any stage , and that said draw shall bo operated by steam , and shall bo opened promptly upon rea sonable signal for thopassaeeof boats. The maps , plans and drawings shall bo submitted to the secretary of war 'or his approval. The tolls , as fixed by the bill , are : ho-mniimuin , and ara as follows : BV > r > Btreot car and team , fifty cents ; 'or-jeacji passenger transported in such ilrcet'car acrosseaid bridge , ton cents ; or wagon drawn by four animals , and driver only , seventy-five cants ; for wagon drawn by two animals , with Irivcr , fifty cants ; for vehicles drawn > y ono animal , with driver , twonty-fivo cents ; for animal and parson riding the same twenty cents ; for persons on foot , ton cents > ach ; for horses , cattle , etc. , ever wo years old , led or driven , ton cents each ; under ttro years old , five cants each ; sheep , swine and goats , over six months old , three cents onch ; for all pigs and lambs unHer six months old , thrco cents each. The company is requested to com mence the erection of the bridge within ono year after the passage of ho bill , and a failure to do so , or a usponsioti ot' luch work after the amo lias been commenced , for the > eriod of ono year , shall work in for- oituro of the righto granted. . GOBBLING GARMENTS. A Wild Ohaso After Some Justice to Hoar a Criminal Caso. Yesterday mornincr a gentleman lamed H , A. Barrows , a police judge t Walklns , N , Y. , arrived from the 1x31 on route for the west , in com pany with his son. At the transfer 10 stopped out of the car , leaving his on to watch the baggage and over- oat. His son , soon after , noticing omo sample wheat at the land oilice , ; ot out to look at it. The was the olden opportunity for the clothing end , and he appeared in the form of Villiam Clark , picked up Mr. Bar- ows spring overcoat , and 'skippod uickiy to the side of the depot , but .ot quick enough to escape detection nd urroat. Ho admitted that ho had aken the coat. In fact , ho couldn'c lony it very well , and his only excuse was that ho was hard up and wanted o raise two dollars. The prisoner , ho officer , Mr. Barrows , and Mayor lowman cnmo up town together in oarch of speedy justice , as the wit- IOSH did not want to bo detained. rudgo Aylcsworth was out. The par- y then wont to Justice Frninoy's ild office , not knowing ho had moved , . 'lion ' to Justice Abbott's. Ho was ; ono , being in attondanca upon the ; raud jury ns a witness. Then to uatico. Baird's ' , Ho was out. It waa uat about time for the street carlo go lown on which the witnesses had to lopart. when the party found Justice iWinoy's now office. The prisoner raa left nlono in charge of Mayor Bowman , who assumed in fact , as ho lid some time ago in form , the posi- ion of head of the police department. Pho mayor did not allow his prisoner o skip , but brought him boldly be- pro the bar , and signed the informa- ion with a steady hand. Clark at irst insisted on being discharged bo- auso the overcoat and its owner were lot in court as evidence againat him , ) ut on being told that ho would have o lay in jail , then , until the man ould bo got back from the west , con- ludod ho might as-well plead guilty. lo was sentenced to ton days in jail , ind Constable llosocran's was called in .0 . load him down. ANOTJIHU CtOIIIIKO T1IIKK. On Tuesday night another clothing lief was arrested , and singularly nough ho too gave his imino as Clark Fred Clark. Ho took supper t the Chicago house , and afterwards alkod into the wash room , pocketed 10 brushes and combs , strolled lirough the parlor upstairs and ran- acted the rooms. Ho got quito a uantity of second-hand clothing 'hich ho hid about his person , so hat when arrayed ready to leave ho md on three pairs of pants , several oats and coats , and an overcoat oiled up BO that it appeared as the lealthy pouch of a high liver. , As he ran corning down the stain the land- ord spied him and wondered greatly it the fattening effect which ono meal md had upon the guest. Ho stopped 110 man. called for Officer Barbyto nd had the fellow arrested. The lollies were secured , and yesterday lie man was sentenced to thirty days n jail. Deception and Fraud. ' o the Editor of the nee. "Col. " Chapman is known to be ) oraonally , officially and editorially opposed to the promotion or political advancement of every ono living in Council BluiTd , unless that person ii limsolf. Ho is also u pronounced nomy of the city , and stands in the way of her advancement , unless that idvancomont U dictated and con- rolled by him in such a way as to mt shekels in his pocket , and politi- ally and ( socially fodders his crib , obs his neighbor and works utter uiu and devastation to his superiors , n fact , so recently has ho emerged rom poverty by the free act of these whoso heirs ho would now blight , so econt and marked has been his trans- lion from a co'udition more threaten- ng than want to atlluenco and sur- cited luxury , that ho vainly imagines hat the earth and all her fullnotas re liis. Not long uinco ho published n his paper that he and his journal roro metropolitan ; did not belong to 'his ' county , but in his and its bound- UBS inlluonuo extended all the way lown to Olarinda , A short time since 10 stated to a prominent man in Harrison risen county that no citizen of this city or county could ha elected to con- ; rcs8 ( excepting himself of course ) , lu and his pot candidate Anderson wrote and caused to bo written letters a The Btato Register and other pa- tors , stating that the people were 111 ablaze for Anderson , iind jut for the politicians would Jo nominated for congress by Hcclamation ; that Andoraon was so mmcnsoly popular that "tho children cried for it1' ( him ) , But the tricky irtlitickna atood in the way , If there is any depth in the rottenness am corruption of politics that has no been dived into , and licked and lollot over by the metropolitan tontuc ? o these SiamcRo twins , Chapman am Anderson , in order to defeat Counci Bluffr , nay anon , in order to hood wink , handicap and deceive the pco pie , they would like to know it and how to got there. Chapman intends to soli out hero and move to Chicago , but before- going ho will , if ho can , give our city n stab by defeating Col. Bapp for congress , and nominating Anderson , with whom ho has & parfocl understanding as to the course An derson shall pursue , if elected , in thwarting the hopes and alms of our city , and crushing out the 1'fo ol Chapman's bencfnntors in the days of bis dire needs and -wants. Thcso solf-constructed Napoleonic political bosses finding that Col. Sapp pras abnont nt Washington on business : ook advantage of his absence , and as they thought , BO manipulated the wires in the district that if the con vention was called at an early day and prevent the people being aeon in the ntcrcat of Col. Capp , that then the convention would bo captured and Chapman and Anderson would aocuro a victory. They now insist that the convention shall and must bo called > y the 22J of Juno. Col. Sapp has ust returned from Washington and hat date would bo so near nt hand hat if the convention is called on hat day the friends of Sapp could not Kjsnibly present his claims to the pco- > lo by that time. Chapman and Anderson under stand thia and hence the zeal with which they press that early date for the convention. They had a meeting on Sunday in this city at Chapman's oflico withoomo of the committee from a distance and attempted to force a call for that date. Some of the committee , to their loner bo it said , utterly refuse to be a party to such a ballfaced cleat and swindler. Anderson told that ho did not care a d n ho had cnoutjh of the committee anyhow to force a call at hat early date And this is the An- lorson and this is the Chapman who invo been writing and publishing of lie unduUoratod political puriiy of ho unsophisticated rural A. R. A rider- on. * COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL NOTICES. NOT1CK. Special advertisements , BUG aa oat , Found , To Loan , For Snlo , To Rent , Vants , Hoarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this column at the low rate o ( TEN CENTS PER .IKK ( or the drat Insertion and FIVE CENTS 'EU LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion , cave rulv crtlsomcnta at our office , No. 7 'earl Street , near Hroadway. Wants. "VT7"ANTKD bttmtlpti by a jouni ? man ( rom \ V the ca t at book keeper or clerk , bork ke p- nir prcfcrru'l. Acldrtts , J , II. T , UKK odlco. ml8-3t _ \ First Clam Canvasser For WANTED ' li.qulro at Bco OIllcc. 0 uincll Hulls. iunjI2t ( To correspond with ft WANTED tun'iflemoiu. Addrtss J. F. , Bee Olllco , Council Blurta. may 12 at * VTTANTKD Everybody In Council Bluffs to VV to take TUB bin , 20 cento per week , de vcrod by carrion. Office , No 7 Pearl Street' ear Broadway. [ TCT'ANTED To buy 100 tons broom corn. YV For particulars address Council Bluffi Irnnm Factory. Council BUinX Iowa. OKS-9tf For Sale and Rent [ jlOUBAlE One surveyor's compass and trl- L1 pod , W. and L. E. Ourley's , Troy.N. . Y. , make , aj good a ? new. Box 44 , Council BlufTi 'mie-3l * > [ 7OK BALK Dulldlnfrcorner of Sevcn'h and L ? BroailMay. Sullable tor business oruwolllnif. 'or particulars enquire of O. F. i-mlth. mCtt [ 7O K SALE. Elghty-acro ( arm partly cult- ! J rated , tuo miles west of Omaha. Udell A ay. ' in-0-tf llKNi 1'art or whole o ( mce residence , 371UU will ndl on easy terms. Apply at fed tllco. nut)2-tt _ _ 710R KENT Two v'casint r'ores In very do- 1 slrable locitlon , either furnished or utfurn- alicd ; suitableor ladlm or gentle icon. aprll-lf J. W. SQUlUE & CO. riOK WALK llca-itiiul rcaulfiicv lots , ' ' SCO * each ; nothing down , aml83rcr'ro'ltn on'yi ' y tX-UAYOU VAUQHAN. ap3-t ! ( J10II KENT Itochtill'4 Hotel , middle Broad- J way , Council It ulTs , Io a ; la a well-known louec : beat location In the city. Staoluig In- ludtu. Call on or nddrcsi apllOlm . PETER BECIITELL. T10H SALE Old papers 26o per hundred , al J The Bee office. Council Bluffs. ne27-tf Mlocellaneous. EXCELSIOR OALMtttY the first to In. traduce the new Inatantancoui process tnd nal.cn auiccea of It. Cillanrf gen specimens. r OST fair ifolfl spectacles. A liberal reward Lt vyllltepaldltleltotTiiKBiBoaico. rob-tl . W. L. PATTON Physician and Oculist. DIl. cure any case ol sore eye * . It Is only matter of time , and can cure generally in rom three to lire weeks It makts no differ * nee how long diseased. Will straighten cross eyes , operate and remove Ptyrrirlnms , etc. , and necrt artificial eyes. Epeclal attention to re- BOTO ng todeworros , aji5-tf A NYONE WANTING eoroehne qutllty brosm _ \ . corn seed can get It br writing to p3 ! tf 1' . T. MAYNE , Council Bluffs One of the best < cond-clus Ilotels In the West Is the BROADWAY HOTEL , A. B I1U WN , Proprietor. Nos. 631 and 030 IltoidrtayCouncil lllufls , low * . Table supplied with thn beat the market af- oidJ. Otod rooms and first-class bed * . Terms cry reasonable. UNION AVENUE HOTEL 817 Lower Broadway , Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son. FIRST CLASS HOTKb AT UEASONAIIUJ 1UCK1. TUAN8IKNT3 ACCOMMODATED. 110TKI , FOK KENT. GOOD. KEA80N8 fOH IKNTINQ. SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL N. Anderson , - - Proprietor , 732 Lower UrMdnajr , Table luppl'ed with the bttt tbo nurketal- ordi. Termt | 3.Mand 14.00 per week. Transient 1,00 per day. If Yon Wiili a Lunch Go to LOUIE DUQUETTE , Joilps , Meats , and Eatables always on hand. Five Cents per call. STARR & BUNCH , HOUSE , SIGN , AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS. PAPER HANGING , KALSOMINIHG AND GRAINING , Shop Corner Broad way and Scott St TOO UTTERLY UTTER TEA GO. Are Supplying the Aesthetic Wants of the Public in FINE GROCERIES. With Everything in Staples nf the Lowest Prices , Fresh Roast Coffees , Chioce Drawing Teas. Boston Tea Go. 16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs , W.W.SHERMAN - MANUFACTURER OF - Road , Track , Ooach ' & Livery HARNESS ! FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. E. II , SHERMAN , Business Manager. WU. CI11USTOPHE3 , Mechanical Manager. 124 3. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la. GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD ! Jriclit and yellow and h\rd and cold , itolten , graven , hammered and roll'cl , leavy to Ret and light to hold ; Toarded , bartered , bought and sold. Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled ; spurned by the young , but hugged by the old ? o the very verge of the churchyard mould ; 'rice of many a ciimo untold. GOLD ! GOLD ! If vou want to have gold yiu'must pend your money to the very bestodvaat- ge. Do business with cash men , and mere only one ' price will bo asked or aken , REMEMBER "A tree is known by its fruit- " A store by its prices. ONE THING CERTAIN Our prices are right. Our business is a guarantee that fair dealing is our watch word. XLCRisour motto. Our busi- ess is in a most healthy condition. Every epartment is doing good work. Canned Goods are going off very cheap. Teas nd Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy ihelf Goods for the million. Come and ee us , we will do you food. F , J , OSBORNE & 00 , , 62 Broadway , Opposite Ogden _ HOUPB. _ COUNCIL BLUFFS MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING GENERAL MACHINERY pfflca and Works , Main Street , OOT7NOIL. BLUFFS , IOWA. .We give apodal attention to Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces , ' ROISTERS AND GENERAL MILL MACHINERY , HOUSE FRONTS. GENERAL REPAIR WORK will receive prompt attention. A general ao eoitment of Jrass Goods , Belting , Fining , AND SUPPLIES FOR Foundry , Fig Iron , Ooko , Goal. OHAS , HENDEIE , President. I. OSCAR WILDE 2. GAS EIXTUKES. Bixby & Wood , THE PLUMBERS. ) n Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. ) J. M. PALMEE , DEALEU IN REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. Drs : Woodbury & Son , Cor. Pearl & let Ave. COUNCIL ISLUFK8. MAURBR & ORAIO- , ARTISTIC POTTERY , Rich Cut Qlasa , Fine French China , Silver Ware &o. , 40 IJHUfl AT , COUNCIL IJLUFKS , IOWA. " MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. , PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , 222 Brondwnv , Council Bluff * V. S. AUKNT. JACOIi 8IUS AMENT & SIMS , Attorneys & Oounsellors-at-Law , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA , HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. , DRY GOODS AFDO ARPET HOUSE. Broadway , Cor , Fourth Council Bluffs , Iowa. mar-2-3m J. MUELLR' I mean business and no blowing. Having recently contracted for 600 IM : Oigans and over 200 Pianos for tbn sea- Bonto _ ba sold at Bargains for Ortsh , and on tiite Agents wanted. TJT Correspondence solicited , S I O J. MUELLER , o IB COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. F. F , Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00 Bluff and Mm Streets , Council Blnffs. Mirrors , Upholstery. Eepairinsr , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins , No. 43C Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa. UNION BAKERY , 517 SOUTH Mm STREET , THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but firat-class Bakers employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our "Wagons run all day. P. AYRES , Proprietor. \ M E T C A L F BROS. , WHOLESALE DEALER8UIN Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED. Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands , and a number or Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska. Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - COUNCIL BLUFS THE VEUY LATEST STYLES OF Wall Paper and Window Shades " fjf And the Largest Assortment to Select from. ? aper Hanging and Interior Decorating Hone in tlio Latent Style of Modern Art. Geo. E. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs. C. A. BEKUE , W. KUNYAN , W. I1EEBE C. A. BEEBE & CO. , Wholesale and Uetall Dealers In FURNITURE AND CROCKERY , Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs. Urs , J , E , letcalfe and Miss Belle wis Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , mch us Laces , Embroideries , Ladles'Underwea f all descriptions. Also Handkerchief , both In ellk and linen , hose ot all Kinds , thread , pins , leodles , itc. Wo hope the laalca will call and tee our stock of gooda at 633 Broadway be lore go . 3g elsewhere. E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET , Dealer In ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS of All Kinds. A Full liino of Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting Silica and Stamped Goods. Nfoo Aisortnent of Applique Pictures 412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA And WEST3IDH SQUARE , CLAR1NDA IOWA ,