THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATURDAY , FEBRUARY G , 1886.
THE DAILY BEE.
SATURDAY MORNING , FEB. 0.
OfrFIOE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
Dtll\crcd Icnirlcr In nnyjinrtof the city nt
twenty cents per week.
r , No. 41.
Mixoit ai _ _
Pants to order , from $ . " > up , at Roller's.
' The Episcopalians had u social gather
ing at the rectory last evening.
Tlio Mienncrchor society is arranging
for rt masquerade lo take place on thu
The county jail lias at last been sup
plied with n telephone , n needed conveni
T M. Kirkcndall hai been released on
JliiO bail , and will have : i hearing , in a
few days on the charge of obtaining
money under fal o pretenses.
r. Cooley , who was in tlio agricullnr.il
business bore , has gonu lo MeCook , Neb , ,
nnd entered into busings there with Mr.
Hoover , who also has been a resident of
flie Acincj club did not make a great
financial gain by its entertainment
Thursday evening , the c\pciiscs : being
heavy Still n small surplus was left , be
sides Iho honor of giving an excellent en
Thu Chicago lumber company hns
started in on the improvement of its
yards on Main street. Seven lots are to
be lillcd in , sheds constructed and changes
made of different kinds , so that the total
expenditure for the improvements will
probably reach $8,000.
The mannfactming association , which
lias got so good a start , should not be
allowed to slnud still and get frost bitten.
The slock should be taken at once and
the ball set rolling. Council HI nil's can
hardly oxncet others to have faith in her
future unless its citi/.ens show their faith
by their works.
A largo safe belonging to Groneweg &
Behoontgen , while being moved over lo
Filed iV Sheperdjs warehouse yesterday ,
came to a standstill aj the corner of First
avenue and I'carl .street , the timbers be
neath it giving way. It was .so badly
stuck that it had to be left there over
A general meeting is to be held this
evening at the city null , at which all in
terested in the success of the coasting
carnival are earnestly requested to be
present. Let there up a full attendance
and a hearty co-operation in tlie plans as
arranged by tlio committees , and which
will be reported at tlie meeting this eve
Mr. Robert Nisbct , of the Lewis Hand
Fire Extinguisher company of Chicago ,
was in the city yesterday. The Union Pa
cific 1ms made arrangements to supply ( ill
its stations , passenger coaches , cabooses ,
emigrant cars , mines , eating houses ,
hotels , olliees and shops with these extin
guishers. The Union Pacific- seems bent
on thoroughly protecting its property as
well as the lives of its employes and pa
trons from fire. Mr. Nisbet will go
out along the line in special car , distrib
uting the extinguishers and seeing that
they are properly put in place. The
Lewis extinguisher is unliku the gren
ades , being a long tin tube , and is as sim
ple as it is eflVetive , and many advan
tages are claimed for it. %
Some of tlio conservative citizens are
talking of gathering and taking action
nhowing that the mayor of this city docs
not represent the sentiments of the people
ple in his visits to Ues Moincs , and that
lie is in no sen c u true delegate , voicing
the wishes of Council Bluffs. The mayor
has advocated a low license , when it is
well known that th largo majority of the
business men and property owners favor
a high license. In other respects , also ,
many citizens are not satisfied with hav
ing the mayor parade before tlio people
of tlio state as a representative of this
city. They feel like choking him off , and
not being held responsible for some of
his foolishness , Such a meeting wilL
piobably bo called.
For flrst class Missouri wood call on
Gleason , athis coal olllce , 20 Pearl street.
Substantial abstracts of title and real
estate loans. J. W. & E. L. .Squire , 101
Pearl street , Council lilulls.
William Lewis is oft' to St. Louis on a
Alderman Geiso is reported as some
A. S. Clough has returned from his trip
to New Mexico.
Alex Malmroso Is looking after the > Jo-
braska trade for Mctcalf IJros.
Miss Lou Gilbert of Dnbuquo is visit
ing her friend Miss Clara licbbington.
Miss Ida Willey of Mnlvorn. Iowa , is
spending a few days with Mrs. E.G. Cole
' air. .Tame ? US"J5lnv nml Mrs- .
FortSi'ott , Ailc. , aro"visiting tncnr
Mrs. James Frainey of this city.
Mrs. llarlo , the aged mother of C. M.
Harle , has boon quite ill for two weeks
past and yesterday there boomed Hltlo
nope for her recovery.
Cl roil It Court Coming.
The February term of the circuit court
opens on the 10th. The following jurors
have been selected :
W. L , Higgs. George Fairman , W. C ,
Pelman , hd Flavin , John Stagg , J. N.
Donahue , W. J. Amy , G. H. Jones , Fivd
lirltton and John bhort of Kane ; J. I ) ,
Frolmrdt of Lewis ; H. (5. Davis of Gar
ner ; Charley Deiehlcr of Keg Creek ,
James A. Summers of Silver ( . 'reck ; Mil
ton Parker of llardm ; J. H. Malthuw.s ot
Washington ; Thomas Leonard of Ha/.el
Ddl ; William Duell of Garner ; W. E.
Loiighory of lloomer ; How Dowling of
Ni'oln ; John Holt/.faster of Minden ; 11.
Hough of Crescent ; L. P. Jaeobson of
Norwulk , and George West , Sr. , of Rockford -
Money to loan by Forest Smith.
Host coal and wood in the cily at Glea
m's , ti ! ( IVarl street.
Will bo hum with a largo line of clothing -
ing , fiirnl.tliing goods and notions , which
will bo bold at aui'tion at No , 7 Main
stiTot , commencing .Saturday.
llAiiiti INMAX , Anctloneiir.
Tlie Oliiirolics Tn > 3Iori'utv.
The Mtcond honnon of the sorio on
popnlnr subjects will bo given at the Hap-
tlbt ohuri'h to-morrow livening. Subject
The Model Young Man. Seats froo.
All ave invited.
Snrvleos in the Congregational ohuroh
will bo hold as usual to-morrow. Preaching -
ing by the pastor , Rev. (1. ( \\r. \ Crofts ,
morning and evening. Morning subject
Example. Evening subieet A Happy
City. Scats free and everybody welcome.
At the Methodibt Episcopal church to
morrow m'oinng the pastor will preneli
on "Tho LInuor Tralllo , a Crime Ajrun-
To tlio Slumbers of tlio liar oP 1'otto-
Every member of ( ho b.ir is rebncstctl
IT to meet at the otllco of Supp . * i Pti oy this
t-r ( Saturday ) evening at 7u ! ) o'olook. Itn-
portant GusliK'hH to the bar and publio iso
\o , bo consldorcd. \V. F , SAt'r.
SOO.OOO brink for sale. O , Straub , Conn-
til Ululls , Io\vu.
NEW COLD WEATHER SUITS ,
Some Interesting Grists Being Prepared for
the Circuit Court Mill ,
THE LIBERTY LOVERS TALK.
The City's Kcnnoinlcnl Showing A.
German Knrmor Loses n rat Itoll
Sunday's l'rojrnmmo nt tlio
Oiu relics AtoiiiTown.
"How about the city finances , Mr.
Auditor ? Is the present council such a
wonderfully economical one , as some
claim ? " asked the IJii : : man of Auditor
"Well , 1 think the present council has
been pretty economical. At the last meet
ing of the council thic'c was less than
$ ! J , 00 of bills allowed , although 1 notice
one of the evening papers says the bills
amounted to about $0,003. If the ne\t
month's bills do not amount to moro than
this , the total expended by this council
for the year will not bo over ! ? < M,000. I
think the total for the year will amount
to less than that. That's running it pretty
"How docs it compare with other
years ? "
"Why , last year the expenditures were
$80,000 , almost ! ? ! > 0,000. , This year is quite
a saving on last year. "
"Is the claim true that this council is
moro economical than any In the history
of I lie city ? "
"I don't know about that. It has been
an economical council , but it is dillieull
to get at the exact comparisons. There
are always more or less bills which really
belong to one council , which have to be
paid by tlio succeeding one. Some claim
that out of the ! ? < i1uOO , this year , there
should be subtracted about i8,000or $10-
000 , which this council had to pay on
bills contracted by the previous council.
If this is taken out it makes the present
council very low , lower than for years ,
unless they leave a lot of bills for the
next council to pay. "
t-roin others the Hr.n learns that there
will bo an attempt to maintain an eco
nomical policy. Three aldermen are to
retire this spring , and three are to bo
elected to lill their places. If the people
elect or re-elect one economy alderman
to help out the three olceted last spring
and who hold over , the same policy is to
bo maintained. Somoivforms are already
being talked over by oiti/ens , and if the
economical sentiment expresses itself
with force at the polls it will doubtless
be followed up for another year.
Ono of this changes being agitated
somewhat is the combining ot the olliees
of city marshal and police chief. At
present there arc two distinct organisa
tions. The marshal has two deputies ,
and has pose > -s'ion of tlie Jail. The chief
of police has his force under him and has
separate headquarters. The city is thus
obliged to maintain two separate estab
lishments , whereas it is urged that by
making the marshal chief of police the
expenses would be cut down materially ,
it is a well known fact also that the ciiy
marshal and chief of police clash more or
less. Thuir work is similar in many
respects , and their authority often con-
llicts. It scums impossible to get two
men to lill the c olliees who will got
along in perfect harmony. Often a direct
break is not made , but there is contin
ually petty jealousies and dialings which
prevent the best performance of duty
and best sort of service to the public.
It is claimed , with much apparent rea
son , that it would be cheaper and moro
satisfactory to make the police and mar
shal's forces one , under one head , with
Some other changes are being talked
of. It will not be long before some move
will be made to have less expense con
nected with the police court business. " It
does not scorn to pay to have a $3,000
judge an < t other luxuries to try an occa
sional drunken man or some potty thief.
Most of the serious state cases are sent
to some justice of the peace for prelimi
nary examination so that the justice by
charging up fees in these cases causes
the people to bo at us. great an expense in
these cases as though there was not a
superior court doing a police court
The city has no money to throw * away
or spend foolishly. It is not in a bank
rupt condition , by any means , and does
not want to become so. While the people
ple need to have some enterprise and
make needed improvements , yet as
these improvements for the most part
are paid for by special assessment it
seems that the running expenses of the
city can bo kept down to a reasonable
amount without jeopardizing any pi the
best intercses of the city or retarding its
Points on Prohibition.
The mayor of Council Bluffs and others
were at DCS Moincs Thursday , and in the
evening appeared buforo the joint com
mittee on the suppression of intetnper-
imCvi Senator Clark was chairman of
tlio committee , the other mcmom' l'"i"
Senators Glass , Sweeney , Chambers , Un
derwood , Donnan , Caldwell , Woolson ,
Chub , Schmidt , Johnson , and Messrs.
Custor , Weaver , Cole , Lyons of Guthric ,
Mitchell , Bunco. Redman , Tipton , Wiley ,
Lathrop , Holbrook , Baldwin and Robb.
Mayor Miigee of Sioux City introduced
Judgit .lohn Brennau of his own city. Ho
said that a $1,000 license was what was
wanted in Mich cities as Dos Moincs and
Sioux City. In thirty days it would wipe
out sixty of the eighty saloons in Sioux
City and put ? ' 0,0'JO , into the city treas
ury. This would make ( he saloon men
law-abiding cili/.uus. Free whisky was
damaging the citizens , begetting saloons
and increasing drunkards. Hu appeared ,
ho said , not fur the saloons , but for tem
Mayor Magco cndmsed these remarks
and declared that so far from being a
saloon man ho would abolish the whole
business , if it was in his power to do so.
This not being possible ho wanted high
The mayor of Council UlulVs then
spoke , Ho said that thu measure was not
a political one. ll wai one association of
all p.irtics. Thu slate after making Mich
a law paid no money in the mayor's
hands to enforce il and it liud not worked
satisfactory. At Council Bluffs , in order
lo give a revenue to the city they had
passed an ordinance for pop IIOUFCS and
the city had drawn a revenue of .fW.OOO
orao)00. ( ) Ho thought that men who
had sueh oxpurienco as the mayors , who
woio hero , ought to know what was best
for them , especially when they appeared
not as party men , but as ollicials 111 favor
of law and order.
P. G. Ballingall of Ollumwa declared
himself as not in favor of high license. Ho
believed in teaching temperance , train
ing up children to control their appetites
and rofiisiiig to recognize or honor
arunlojds. "I hen sell liquor as you would
meat 01 bread. Lot it run freu as the
rivers. lie wanted n liberal license law.
Ho believed prohibition had niaiio moro
drunkards than nil the saloons together.
The committeu adjourned without coin
ing to any decision as to what report they
Now Winter Suits.
The approach of the hut day of service
for the coining term of the circuit court
causes the eases , to come tumbling onto
the docket. Among them are some of
public inlc.reU ,
John L , Howe commences a heavy suit
against the city. lie has gained posses
sion of city warrants to the amount of
$9,101 , nnd commences suit to enforce
their payment. As there are a goodly
number of outstanding warrants , and the
city is limited in its power of making
more than n ten mill levy for general
purposes , il seems lliat the city cannot
catch up very easily on these back war
rants. If thrown into judgment the
council can levy ri judgment tax to pay
them off , and thus lessen the amount of
those outstanding and cause warrants to
advance. The nearer that warrants approach
preach par the more economical can the
city inn , for when warrants are depreci
ated the city has to issue enough more to
allow for the discount. Such is the view
of some of the city llnanciers , who rather
like to see the outstanding warrants
cleared up in this way rather than have
them drag along.
J. II. Hammer commences a suit
against the city claiming $3,000 damages
on account of injuries received in driving
over a defective culvert on upper Broad
way , ho being thrown from his buggy by
the wheels running off one side wliieli
was not protected.
E. Wagner claims $075 damages on ac
count of a defective water way , by which
his building on Main street has been
Hooded and the wall undermined.
D. M. Council has commenced suit
against the county , claiming $75 for
services as coroner , the board having re
jected several of his bills. Among the
Hems is Ids bill of $10 for trying to re
cover the body of "Lone Welt , " over
which there was such a sensational strug
gle between this city and Avoca.
Fred Wit/ has commenced a suit
against Charles Bowen in which ho
claims $5)70 : ) , for damages caUMvl by a
dog belonging to defendant. He claims
that in July last ho was riding along in
Meola township , when the uog rushed
out at his horse , frightening the anima' ' .
and causing him to run against a barbed
wire fence. The plaintiff claimed to have
his leg torn in the accident , and to have
been subjected to great pain and expense.
If all this is proved , Bowen will doubt
less feel thai a $5,000 dog is lee expensive
Margiicretta Dunkle has commenced ,
an action for divorce from David Dunkle ,
to whom she was married in Omaha , in
April , 188t. She claims that when she
was married she did not know that he in
dulged in boo/e so freely , but soon found
it out lo her sorrow. Slio further claims
that he so far forgot that he was in duty
bound to her , that he lavished his affec
tions on Gusta Burohall , and on other
women. She sets forth that David has
about $ ( ! ,000 worth of property , above all
indebtedness , and she wants a fair share
Lost His Koll.
A farmer named Charles Shultx from
Tecumseh ( Neb. ) arrived in this city
Thursday night , accompanied by his
wife. They were en route lo La Creston
( Minn. ) , and on stepping up to the ticket
ollico to purchase the necessary trans
portation tlie fanner found that he was
$1-10 short. He could not account for the
loss of his money very clearly. He says
that at Lincoln two young men got on
board and soon became acquainted with
him. He accepted their invitation to go
into tlio smoking car , and there they had
a happy time , playing cards and refresh
ing themselves with an occasional pull at
a bottle which one ot them had in his
pocket. On arriving at the transfer the
two strangers wanted him to come up
town , but he declined the invitation and
remained thero. As ho went fo buy his
tickols he found Unit he had lost $110. Ho
had the money in a pocketbook in a hip
pocket. He reported the loss lo Officer
Quinn at the transfer , and he investigated
so far as possible , but with no very satis
factory results. It is thought that possi
bly the farmer lost his money by its dropjj
ping out of his pocket. Or possibly he
was the victim ot a confidence game and
was ashamed to admit it , or possibly the
strangers who took such interest in him
got a chance to pick his pocket. One of
ihc strangers is described as a tall man ,
aboul 20 years old , having a moustache ,
nnd wearing a light colored overcoat.
The other was a young man , rather
short , and wearing a full beard. As sev
eral confidence men have been hanging
about here lately , it seems not improba
ble that some of them were Iho ones con
Pay day at Mulholland & Co..s office ,
No. 45 ! Main street. All parties holding
tickets present tlie same for payment to
MUSICAL , AN1 > DKA.MA.TIO.
Kd\\ln Booth Is playing In New Voik.
Modjoska is tilling nn engagement in Phil
Barrett Is acting "lleinanl , " his new play ,
to largo New Vorfc audiences
Edwin Booth's rei-otpls for thirteen weeks
in Boston averaged SIO.UOO a week.
DouctcMilt will appear in his new comedy ,
"The Jilt , " al , the Boston .Museum , next .Mon
llclene Uastieltcr is the chief sticcc.ss of
the principals of Hie American Opera Com
Louise , B.Ufe Is to star next season In
y's new piny , "Manieil , but not
Wilson Hairett will begin Ids Ainctlcnn
tour at the Star tlicjtie next October In
Thoiuns Kcene has been so much affected
by hisicecnt attack of paralysK , that ho Is
not likely to act airain.
W'A lone In London" has boon accepted by
the Fimich Society of Authors , and will be
pioducoU In 1'iiils In April.
W. 11. Gillette has written a snlous play ,
"Held by the ICnemy , " and Is organl/.iiig a
company to pioiluce It.
Dion Hoiiclcault has sold to the manaceis
of Koiopauith's theater the light to produce
"Ari-ah na I'oKUo'1 this month.
John Jennings 1ms ntncluiod the right to
piodtiuo "Confusion , " and will oignuUo a
company , lining dates In small cities.
It Is said that James O'Xcill has deliultely
decided to play Hamlet next season In addi
tion to ( lie Count ot .Monto Chtlsto.
Lottn has mcMMitrd Roslna A ekes with a
rollilugof with u diamond sollt.ihe , and
the Knglish comedienne was duly moved to
The collapse of the skatlmr-iink or.-uo is
almost i'ouilcte. | In many places thiough-
out the country the links aiu being turned
Into cheap the.ities.
Sol Smith Russell's now play , "Kehx Me-
Kuslck , " Is said to ba louuded on the experi
ences ot John 1) , Caswell , editor of the Ko-
homo ( Iml. ) Giuct'e. '
Ada ( illnmn , who staricd In "A fountain
Pink , " and J. N. Lout , ' , lormcily one ot the
shining lights ot Mcst.iycr's Tourists , aio
both supporting Kato C.istletou.
Uosslji has it that Kato Claxton and her
hnsh.ind , Charley Stevenson , ha\o airrocil up.
on the p.ittein of the cr.ullu to bo added to
their tuinltme eaily next June.
The Gyp- U.vion will bo brought forward
nt the Casino , New Voik , Feb. 15 , with the
Misses U'tltU Kiltsuh , I'aulino Hall , Victor
Sclielllnc amiVlllluiii Castle in the chief
Sydney Iloscufeld U wilting the llbictto
forStiausV "Cip-y Uaron , " and also a , new
musical comeuy lor J. H. Ityley and Made
leine Lucettehowlll go on the road next
John A , Stevens has engaged Maud Miller
and her husband , London McConnlck , to
tra\el with him. They will appear In "A
Cheat Wiong Kifhted , " and the title of thu
play Is consuleied significant by Miss Miller's
A contract has been signed by Christine
Nilsson \\hereuy she agrees to slug in con
cert under Urn management of M
In this ooimtiy next season , commencing In
The Impresario Shurman Intends to give
" " and "Tho "
"Lohengrin" Phantom SJilp , In
Pails In tlie Cennan language , at thu Kden
theatre. Strong opposition IB ox peeled trom
thel'ailshuisanda new Wagner war \\l\l \
undoubtedly be started In the French capital
If Shurman carries cuthls purpose.
A vlllncc of Xorth American Indians will
be sent to London la t\\n \ \ spring for exhibi
tion there. They \\lll probably come back
with c > e-cln < ! scs , unpaid tailor's bills , ami
the regulation British drawl , just like the rest
of Amcileans who go over there for show or
other pin poses.
Ml'.s Margaret Mather 1ms made such n
wonderful stiong Impression In "Leah" at
the Union Snuaic. theatre and her audiences
are so largo that Malinger Hill \\Ucly de
termined to continue her In that plav for the
remainder other engagement , \\lilchcloses
Mine. Modjcslca In tend p to plav Julia In the
"Two ( icntlcmeu of Ycionn. " She has been
studying the diameter for a long time , anil
the comedy Is cast among the members of her
present company. It will piob.ililvbn juo-
duccd In one of the principal cllfes before
the close of the piesent season.
Kdwln Andiews , the tenor of lla\crly's
Homo Minstrels , will take the company on
the road next week , tia\elliiK through Wis
consin. The tioiip \\\l\ \ \ Include Con. T.
Muiphy , Dan Thompson , Bob Ilooly , Cliaiile
Seamen , Kmll Ames , the Madrlpd hoys and
others. They will soon appear nt the Stan-
daid theater , \\hcieS\\ctuam nud MeWnde
Ithas bren definitely settled thatthe monument
ment to the late John Mi'Cnlloughill be
( M re ted in Philadelphia. The dcMgu adopted
will cost SS-J.OUO to milld. A laigo amount
has nhcndy been subset Ibed. Ills to be built
of giay .sandstone In thu form of a tomb , sur
mounted with si herole-slzcd statue of the
Mis. Langtry made a pronounced success
on Thuisdny night at thu Princess' theater in
London , as the heiolnc In her new play ,
"Kiiemles , " by Charles Coghlnu. Thu piny
Is nil adaptation of the novel "La ( innido
Mnrnlere''by ( ieoice Ohnet , author ol "l.o
Maitre do Forges , " "Seige Panic , " etc , Mr.
Cochlnn has changi-d the sce.no of the drama
to England , ami has nii-augcd the episodes in
Sh.iion , nido , boasts of a live-legged lamb
and a lour-leirgeil duck.
The bones of a mastodon weio mieattlieil
at Kalainii7.oo , Mich. , last \\cek.
The quails in scvoial counties of Kansas
wcie tro/en to death dmlng the iccentcolil
Two huuilicd niut two lions have been
killed in Algeiiu dm I in ; tholnsttwehi > > eais.
Also 1,314 p.inthuus , lbyi hyenas and 57Ib ?
The Identical tobacco pipe which Sir Wal
ter Ialcih ! ! smoked betoie Queen Elizabeth ,
so a London paper says , was sold by auction
theio the other day.
In the basement of a I'lillndelphla auction
stoio Is an antique writing desk said to have
once boon the piopei ty ot William I'enu , or
at least of his immediate dcsccmlcuts.
Captain Walk , of the Hiillsh hark Stan
Held , which an i veil at Philadelphia iiom
Java a lew days ago. hi ought with him si-v-
oial monkeys , one ot which Is aery intelli
gent animal , and , among Its other accom
plishments , can drink gin with evident
It may bo iuteiestlnir to know that at Lake
Nya sa , All lea , n stioug young man can bo
bought lor forty yaiilsothlto rollon cloth ,
a vouiig uoman lor lift-six ynids , and a
young mother for thlity-six yaiiK Ago is
evidently ut a discount , lor an old man can
be bought lor four juiils.
A clock rivaling in nieclianlsm the celelna-
ted Stiasburg clock has iceeiitly been broimbt
fiom ( iuimany. It occupies : v simco of 'JOG
cubic lect , Its weight It 1,600 pounds , and It
has'05 whccN. It Is kept in motion by one
punduluni and twehe weights. Of the latter ,
the tirst isoimd up every eight days and
the last at the end of 'JKXyeais. ( ) The illal-
phite Indicates seconds , minutes , hours ,
clays , weeks , months , years , and the Icap-
yc.ns fiom the jear 1 to 10,109. There aio
besides 123 movable figures , which appear at
ccitain times. Anionir thuni are 10presenta
tions of old Father Time , the lour ages of
man , death , the guaulhin angel , the twelve
apostles , the seven heathen deities , tlio
twelve signs of the zodiac , the four seasons
ot the ye ir , the lour phases ot Iho moon , the
globe , and Incidents in , tho'llfe ' of Cluist.
A.C.ltmiMUM , Pics. I/W.'Tui.i.Kvs , Vlco-Prcs.
JAMES N. Huowjfj Cushion
102 MAIIT STREET ,
Authorized Capital 250,000
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000
Do ngcnciul banking buslnns * .
Accounts of bnnka , bankers , merchants , man-
iifacturors nnd Individuals received on favora
Domestic and foreign exchange.
The very host of attention given to nil busl
ness committed to ourcarc.
TO THE PUBLIC AND OLD PATRONS.
I luivo bought what is known as the
AND TRANSFER , LINKS.
And w 111 glvo my persoiml attention to calls n
prluito lesldeiieoslorpassongi'is and baggage
lor all trains. Including duiiimv trains.
Olllco at Paclc Hou e Telephone HO.
Thankful for pabt tnvors , I am rospcctfully
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice's In Stnto anil Fedcr.il Couits.
7 and 8 , Stui'Mrt iilonlc.
UNION TICKET OFFICE
J , L , De BEVOISE , Agent.
No. 007 DroadTTftT , Council llluffs.
Railway Time Table ]
COUNCIL It LUFFS.
The followint ; Is the thnn or arrival nn-1
doptirturoof trains by central Mimdind time , at
thu local depots. Trains leuvo tiaiisfuril'ipot ton
nilnutcb eailler and urrlvo ten minutes Inter ;
- " * *
I1E11AltT-CUICAOO i hOIITHWKOTBIIX/111"
0:2) : ) A. M . Sin" and Kvprc-ss . fliMr. vr ,
K-Mv. M . Accommodation . 4Mi' : . M ,
0Mi' : . M . 15\pru s . UaA.Mi ;
CIIIC CO & HOCK Ibl.AM ) .
9:3A.M : . Mull and Kxpiess . OiAOr.if.
? ; 15A. M . Accoinnirtdatloii . 0l.i ; > . M ,
CtlP. : ) M . Kxpross.y . 9OoA. : M.
CIIIOAI10. MIMVAUKKB i fcT. , VAVli
( li'JO A. M . Mall and ICipiets . U.Vi : ) > . > i.
UMr. : ) M . . . . .llxpio-ss. . ' . , . 0U5A. : u.
CHICAGO. IIUIII.INOrON & CJIII.VUV.
HMO A , si . Mull nud Expitss . Uffli : :
UiWr. M . i\pnws : . 00i ;
WA1IASII , HT. I.OUIH & I'lCmU.
y-.Htr. M.Ixical St. Loula Impress Local .
UtX : ) I'.M.Transfcrfet. iMila Kx. Transfer. : ! :30 : r. M
KANSAS CITV , M1. JOK 1 CO UN CM. IlI.UKFri
10lo ; A. M . Mall and Express . f , : : r. M ,
V-Mr.u . lUpros . liU'JA. : M.
BIOUX C1TV it I'ACIUC.
7l.riA.M . . .Sioux City Mull . RjfiOr-.M.
B,0 ! r.M . St.l'aul Impress . 8L'JAu. :
IQA'iA.M . llunMT HvpicfiS . . . .54ri ; I' , M.
S:1U : r. M. . . Lincoln I'ai.f.f'Oin. ' i : It. V. JOS : v. u.
7Ml' : . JJ . Overland | .xi > re . 8sl5A. M.
DUMMV TIIA1.S3TI ) OMAHA.
Leave Council Illuirs 7:05 : SOH : uM : : 10no :
113U ; a. m.j lMlMHMi'M5'J5lllO : !
11:48 : p. in. 8undayb-7a5-'JUJ-UJO- : : : . in ;
2:30 : UiO : 50no : : : 11:45 : p.m. Leave Omaha
-0av-7:35 : : 8:50-10:00-11:00 : : a. in : l:00-aiw- : :
00-1:03 : 5 :0d : ; 0:05-11:10 : P. in. fiundays-ililH
50-11OJ : a. m.8K-a0J-5iOo-OiUj-llIOi.m ; : ( ) ; ! ; |
E. R. Cadwell ,
Real Estate , Probate
AND DIVOKOE LAWYER.
No. 604 Broadway , _ : Council BlDffs
Main St. , Council Hlulls.
Nenr the C. , IJ. i Q. ; C. , il. & St. P. . and
C. , It. 1. it 1' . railway depot * . Street curs
pass thu door. K\urythlng Jiuw anil
class. l ca Dca W
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
DEI-IKE , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Implements , Buggies ,
Cimlnjjcs , Ktc.ltc. : Council lUnHslouu.
KEYSTONE "jIANUFACTUHINU CO. ,
Corn Shelters , Stalk Gutters ,
DIsclInrroTvR , Seniors , Corn I'lnntpr" , TVjcd Cut
tcrs , I'.tc. rnolury , Hock Tails , UK
Xo . 1TO1iwtl , IfiW , I.1JT Mnln St. , Council IlliilTs ,
lAVlI'l ISAlLKY * CO.T
Mnnuf'rs nn 1 Jobbers ot
Agricultural Implements.Wagons . , Buggies
< "arilnir . niul nil 1.lnl of I'nriii Mncli'tnty
11UO to 111) ) South Miiln Stiost , Council lllulli
COUNCIL HLUITS CAIU'ET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Clotbo. (7urtiln I'Uturos , UphoMory Goods
iic. : Js'o. lOSliromluny Council llluirs ,
, TOHACCO , KTC.
1'EREGOY & MOUKE ,
Wholesnlo Jobbers In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes
Nos. US Main unit ! ! 7 realists. , Council Hluir
SNYDEIl & LEAMAN ,
Produce and Fruit Commission Merchants
No. HVeiul Ft. , Council Illuirs.
McCLURG CRACKER CO. ,
Fine Crackers , Biscuits and Cakes ,
Coitnell Ifluffti ,
MAUKER & CRAIG ,
Importers & Jobbers of Crockery.Glassrae
Lumps , 1'rult .Tina , Cutlery , Stonownio. llnr
Goods , 1'aiicy Uoods..ic. \ . Council lilulls ,
I1AKLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils. Paints , Glass ,
s' Kuiiclilos , r.to. No. 23 Main St. , and
No. 211'enrl St. , Council Illulls.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods ,
Notions , lUc. No < 5. 112 nml 114 .Mnln St. , No . 113
nnil lir , 1't'iul St. , Council lilulls , louii.
W1RT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
GRONEWEG & SCHOENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groceries ,
Nos. 117 , ll'J and 131 , Mnln St. , Council IJIuffs.
L. KIHSCI1T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Doalers. No. 410 Broad
way , Council IIIulTs.
IIAllSKSS , KTC.
JJECKMAN & CO. ,
Mnnu'acturcrs of and Whole nlo Dealers In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 625 Main St. , Council Illuirf , Iowa.
HATS , CAPS. KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves.
Nos. 1112 and 314 Hronilwny , Council HUUIV.
KEKLINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Kails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stoc ! < , Council Illuirs , lown.
11WKS AXD WOOL.
D. II. McDANELI ) it CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tallou-.Wool , PollsIit'n oand Vurt. Council
COUNCIL HLU1TS OlL CO. ,
Wlioli'tulo Denims In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gasoline ,
ETC. , UTTO.
S. Theodore , Attent , Council muffs. Iowa.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southera Lumber , Piling ,
And llniliruMntoiial Sprclnltli'i.WlmluMilol.um-
IKT ol all Kind ! ! . Ollli-o No. l.iUMiiln St. ,
rniincll Ilhlirs. Ion it.
JOHN' LINDEU ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Afi-nt ior.SI. Ciutlliaiu'ii Jlorli lllltiTti. No , 13
Sliiln St. , Council IIliillti.
SCHNEIDER & HECK ,
Foreign and Domestic \Vinos \ and Liquors ,
Kit CM Main St. , Caunctl Muff * .
1'nINK NIII.V : : , I'lrst , ( UoW.II.utiit.N : , Sue ,
( licoi ! | > nraled , IbSI. )
Life and Endowment Association
OF WATERLOO , IOWA.
WESTERN DEPT. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
OITICB IN IIKNO'H UUII.P1NU.
Itoonis Xo < . 12 nnd in.
$2,5 ° ° incasoof Dcatli.
$1,000 Eiulowinent ( the end of ton
Average cost for year of iissossiwiit ,
first three years of organization , 15 to
ao years , $ IU 7 ; 41 to 50 yt'ius , $10 ,
Chcularuml lufoiinatlonon application.
WM. RANDALL ,
Snpuilntcndctiil \fcmleb. .
ft8 AtcntsVunturt. .
I'.T. MAY.NE. A. 8. JIAZILTON : ,
P. 'f. Maync & Co ,
Real Estate Exchange
No , Ittl I'carl Strict . ( .Vincll IllulTs , Iowa.
Dcalcru In lo\vu , Kansus nnd N'clirasUn Jjni'U
LOTS IN COUNCIL 11LU1-J-S AND
' .OMAHA A SPECIALTY.
. . . ,
Storehouse and Salesroom , 41 N , Main St , Olllce 412 Broadway ,
Ooutnoil 331-u.frs , -
w. : F.
nrlclcl > ulllruor ! nnr klul r Ul l or mtvul anl iitUtictlan juir.i'itjj I. Framj hoanj mova 1
oiil.lllle Giant trucks the best in the woilJ.
808 Eighth Avenue suid Eighth Slrceb , Council Blullk
NOTICE. Special advertisements , such us
Lost , Found , To Loan Fo- Sale , To Kent , Wants
Hoarding ; , etc , , irlU bo Inserted In this column ivt
tholow rnto or TEN CI'.NTS PEH LINB for the
flist Insertion and 1'IVE CENTS PUlt L1NIJ for
cnch subsequent Insertion. Lo.ivo advertlso
meats nt our ollicc , No. Li I'ourl btiout , near
UiouUway , Council muffs.
To lonn nt U per lent iuimusi
_ , _ _ on country or city piopoity ,
if luKeti diinm ; thonoxt three \vcoHs. Ouoll &
Day , Council Illuirs.
WANTED Jlun with family wimts Mcmly
situation to toiul meat imuhet0 ; \cius
pxporlonco In stock buyhiK1 iiiul input bnpfiicw.
llisl-chiBB iclcronccs. iJoxlBJj Itcil Oi\k , lown ;
"Ij OKltKNT A new bouso with loublo par-
Jtlors , tbrcu bedioomsclosets , illniiiKiontn ,
Kitchen , store loom mid ccllnr , i'ter nnd giis.
liKiulru of Mrs. Cole , flltl Illuir blicet.
, ; I'roiipity on coiner I'cnil otroot
FOUSAli nromic. Council llhiirn , < onslstuK !
ot tolory , iron-rooffd lulclc building ; u Iriiuio
hotiso of tlv rooms ; nil on lot .Oxllll. 1'or turma
npply to A. II. McChirtf , on premises
FOU HENT Hoii cT U TcTitb nvoinic , Iho
looms , nil conveniences. Knquli'o ol Aincl
& Sou , No. 710 Main iticet.
FOR SAlTi : SealoTblds will lie i ccoh o I by J
\V. Kodofcr up lo February 'M , 1S-V , on
eighty feet fiont , tuo story bilek block , Nos. ,
-l.-fl and 28 Pcurl stieet , between llromlu uy nnd
\VAN & WAr.KIMl , No. ! Wfiiln bttect ,
S ( under Citron's Iliulc ) , leal estiito aiiu mot-
clmiiilteoPxcimnKolirokem. Our books mo lull
of special bnrpnlns , but It 13 iniposslblu to pub
lish n iclmblo list tiom the I net of so nuuiy daily
changes. What wo ask Is : U you want to Fell
ortiuclci miythlUK In our line , write us nail wo
ulllMMiil jouaplloof bargains to sultut Ironi.
Limits Impiovod or inilinproveil , city or town
piopcilystocks ot goods ot nny l.lml In any
plncc.it such jou havu or such jomvnnt Id us
hear from Jon. Hu'iin .V Wulker , Council Itlntrg
.Mndo In ill ilnyn by a Imly nifniit of Iho
"i : < iullablo. Wo want Hliiioui ll\o
- , ninloor loinule. Apply In port-on or by
loiter to Win. Itundall , iUij ) ! . ol ntfcnclus , Coun
cil llluirp , Iowa.
lou-ht ticesVcoTtoVi wood , black wiiinui.'iish and
maplojKOOd oiclinid , apples , cherries , plums ,
uinpcs and unall fruits. Never fnllinw stock
wiiti'r. It. I1. Oi1 ici.ii , CM llioniliray , ( 'ounvll
1 tu ir , _
THE GREGORY INCANDESCENT GAS LAMP
The publb itro Inloinied that u patent lias
bci-n allow o.l to ( ho. II ( irc fiiy on his liii.
in ocil pus lamps and ninmiliiilurril l > u * > . Mr.
U. A WIllhiiiiB Is our uutlioiUciduttmit lor Coun
cil lllullfi nnd Oniahii. Tlio public uio ciuilloui'd
not to buy any ol thcuu ( jas IIUIINM I'xccpl
tluoiiKli .Mr , WIlllnniB , us nil ollicr-oileiul lor
Biiloaic InlihiKPiiienlf upon our lump. ( ! , II.
IttiUUS .V Co. , Manutai tin i'ianil | Solo \\olmi
AffOiits , No. ! Ic.ulioii urccl.Chli-iiHO.
LAMPS and CROCKERY
BEDTJOED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
No. 2J ! Miilit Stfoet. Council lilum. , 1 .
7UO8. orncci. w. n , M , rnsirr
OFFICER & PUSBY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOVM.
i : tiiM'shi > a Ic83.
B , RICE , M , D.
PUHPUPQ or othiT linn us nmmvfil MUhniit
tfinvJll\iJ thvkiilfaorilrun-liiKcit UlooJ.
CHRONIC DISEASES ur nu kind *
O\er Ilil.-ls jcarpiut't < : al utpi r
No. II J'uul Nir < ! t , touii'll llluiiv
Justice of the Peace ,
pEOflicoQicr Americ.m l un i Uujp.ui ) .
I wish to irsprctfiilly call the nttcntlou of my
pations and the pulilio In Roncnil. to my remo
val fiam tlio old stand Nos. 7 and ! i , Jlaln Ht. .
to my now and commodious i
No. 226 Broadway ,
. ! ' ? J wl" l > 0 P'onstsl ' to i-cn mj mlmy filcnilj.
With nliirKC.nou- coinplutu luboitmcnt of
till tlio vciy i I
LATEST Fabrics in Spring STILES J
Anil bolus locnto 1 in InrR-o qimrlors I urn better B
tliiui ever bofoio iiiupiuoJ to to tone Hie pub- *
J. L SMITH ,
NO S20 Broad way , Council Bluffs.
ESSEX HOUSE ,
CoitXKIl UliYANT AND Vj.NT. STS.
Opposite City llulldlnge , Caunull IlluffB.
Warm rooms nnd good board at icusonablci
Newly filtod and fui nlslicil. Opj > . Hroadway
Uiiiiiiny lU'io | | . 61.0 per day.
SAMUKh TATJI'rop. : .
L. U. UKHSUAW , Al
In Council Dlufffl Imvlntr
Fire ESOSLJD ©
And nil modern Imnrovomonti , call Lulls , Or *
alarm bolls , etc. , ! > llio
CRESTON HOUSE I
KOI. 213 , 217 anil S1J , Main Street ,
MAX MOHN , I'loprlotor.
Chicago Lumber Co.
Wholesnlo and llelull l.iiinlior , l < ath , Shlnglu )
Ha < > li , Doors niul lilmdv Bolo iiKcnls for the
oflehrnlod Maibkliead Conccntialc'd Whlto
Mine. S. I1 JI.vieiixSKU. , Mimnto
'JVlophoni ) No , Xi.
No. 710 Main uticct Couiicll Illnirw.
Jliiiuirncturcrsof nil s'-usnt
Deigned for Huniilui ;
LLS , Glt.MX ULICVATOIlrj ,
AM > KLKLTIUU LUiHTS ,
Tubiilnr and Louoinolivo Boileiy.
New J ! asiillon T lirc. h nn.
Carpy iintl Woodbury llorso J'owors.
STA'J'KNAtV ' ! , SKID ,
Portable ami Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS. KTC.
Fuc-toiy Jla'ifilloii , 0. Branch House
5JO i'caii Hr. , Council BUills.
FOE 1880 ANNUAL.
MRS. 0. A. BENEDICT.
AMI IKAKa IM
ITo. ; J7 nroaUv/.iy , Council
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