THE OMAHADAILY BEE , WEDNESDAY. MAKOH 17,188G.
THE DAILY BEE
WEDNESDAY MOHVTrfO , MARCH. 17.
OFFICE NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
rrt.Tfred by carrier In n\\y \ \ part of the city nt
tw < nty cents per week.
II. W. TII.TOS , - Manager.
TKUi'J'.ONis : : :
nt'MSFM Omen , No. 43.
NUIIIT HWTOII , No. Zl
New spring goods at Keller's.
Only ono drunk to dispo o of in police
court yestei day.
Yesterdav afternoon painters 1)cgan ) to
pnlntthc ground lloor of the Ogden house
The first work for the new police waste
to respond a call for an ollieor to care for
Ex-City Treasurer Clausen was yester
day initiating the new treasurer , Mr.
Spotman , into the mysteries of the city
To-night the Aneient Order of Hiber
nians are to give their grand ball in Tem
ple hall. The allair promises to bo a
Miss Eti/nbcth F. Poppleton of Omaha
will commence a series of lectures on
"Shakespeare" at the Haplist church on
Thursday evening. The courho will com
prise seven lectures.
City Auditor Kinnehan has been .suffer
ing for several days with a lame wrist ,
and until ho is able to attend pcf-onall
to the duties of his ollioc ho will be
assisted by E.J. Abbott.
Mr. Hitchcock , of Modalc , the father of
the young man who it is stated jumped
into a well because his sweetheart went
back on him. i.s in the city , and says ho
thinks his son , Gary , fell into tlio well in
stead of jumping in.
The street ear company will vacate
their old barn before April 1 , as Lewis &
Arnd ha\c leased the same. The street
car company will use their new barn
below the Uroadway depot.
Dan Carrigg has purchased the build
ing on Uroatfwav so long known as 1'at
Laey's place. William Lacy will con
tinue to run the saloon , while Dan will
have charge of the tables.
Mayor Chapman's inaugural has called
forth many wouls of praise , lie has out
lined many needed refoims and changes
and if he carries out his avowed policy
the city will bo bettered in many respects.
"Tex , " the shining light behind the
Phoenix bar , last night had a .scarf pin
that took the glimmer out of all com
petitors. It i.s an electric scarf pin , and
looms up like thohcadlightof ivminiaturc
Tlio contracts for putting up the build
ing for the now canning factory have
been let , J. P. Weaver having tlio brick
work and the carpenter work being let to
G. S. Lawson. The work is to be com
pleted by the first of July.
Permit to wed was yesterday granted
Peter Johnson and Marian C. Miller ,
both of Norwalk township ; Leonard Sen-
bcrt and Paulina Neumoyor. botli of this
city ; Hans H. Witt , of Hoomcr , and
Christina Jensen , of Huzc ! Dell.
The now city council did not waste any
time in getting organized and at work.
The speedy election of officer.- ! was a
pleasing relief from the prolonged tus-
BCS which have characterised the pre
vious organizations of now councils.
The cramped and inconvenient ar
rangement of tlio city building is causing
some agitation of the project for enlarg
ing and improving it. The council cham
ber is particularly too small , and when
there is any meeting of special interest
eager citizens have to pack themselves in
like , raisins.
Now that the city has a police force the
men should bo paid a. salary. Witli the
old force the pay wa $00 a month , paid
in general fund warrants , which they
' often sold at twenty-five cents discount ,
so that they realized only about $15 a
month cash. The least that can bo done
is to pay them in cash.
The era of coed feeling seems to have
dawned on the city. Confidence in the
city government is restored , mid it re
mains with the powers that bo as to
whether this confidence shall be retained.
The people will not give place to sus
picion until the ollicialh give just occasion
The other evangelists have pulled out
of the contract for holding meetings in
Dohtiny's old hall , and Alt. Morris has it
nlone. lie will continue his meetings
there nightly until further notico. Yes
terday no gave another of his spirited
street talks. He is peculiar , but may bo
doing good and reaching n class which
others might not bo able to touch.
The decks nro at last cleared for action
in ( lie case of Vincent against the city.
A motion was made for judgment , and
the city attorney moved to have this
stricken from the tiles. Judge Ayles-
worth overruled both , and thus cleared
the way for u chance to got nt the case
itself. It is expected that u decision on
the merits of the case itself will be had in
n few days.
There .seems to bo a disposition to di
vide tip the city ollices pretty evenly be
tween the political parties. Of the police
force three 'ire democrats , one green-
backer , the others republican. The newly
elect chief of the tire department is n
democrat , although elected by a republi
can council. The now city clerk has not
enough paitisanship to count on cither
fsido , ho having had about as many nomi
nations from ono party as the other.
11 < , W. Vosswinklo leaves to-day for
Fairbury. Nob. , where ho intends going
into buslnohs , real estate , insurance ,
loans , etc. , In company with Nate Phil
lips , also of this city. These young men
are both well known hero. Mr. Voss-
winkle has boon with Odoll & Day for
Homo timi ) past , and is a young man
thoroughly experienced nnd reliable ,
Mr. Phillipps has also many friends hereto
to wish him the best of success , and the
now firm will doubtless spring into a
large and profitable business.
To-morrow evening the musical Insti
tute opeiia In the uanor.sof the Congrega
tional church. Tlio presence of Prof. T.
Martin Towno allbrdu a most excellent
opportunity to all to gain musical culture
nt a nominal cost. 'J hose who loyo music
should rally enthusiastically ahout this
clloit to further the culture of thu city.
Classes are to bo oigan/.ed : at once , and
tho.se who desire to secure their advan
tages should lose no time in completing
thuir arrangements. Prof. Towno is n
musician and instructor whoso name is
familiar to all lovers of music , and his
rank ns ono of the best directors and
tenohcrs in the land is conceded ,
Tlm new cltv woighmastor , Mr , Amy ,
is getting the city scales in good shape ,
nnd his otlico in the eity building ready
( or biininess. Ho expects to open up to-
mot row morning. It is understood that
BU effort will bo made to have ttie eity
grounds so at ranged as to provide * mar
ket place nt thu junction of Main and
Pearl streets. This change lias been at
tempted before , but with no very satis
factory results. Tlioro seems now a good
prospect for the change being made , nnd
the present council is said to bo dispoaod
to protect the ofliecr elected by the people
ple , and not allow his business to bo per
formed by private paities. Such a icsult
will not ho brought about without : i
struggle , however.
Money to. loan by Forrest Smith.
For Sale ,
Bcvcmty-flvo head of homes.
PAKK HoitsK&C.vrri.K Co. , .
Council UliiUV , Iowa.
PROUD OF THE NEW POLICE ,
The Ohnngo of City Affairs Gratifying to
the Community ,
CHANGES IN THE RAILKOADS.
Opening of the Suprcino Court An
nual Klcctlon oT the National
IicnRiic TliH Now rirc Chief C-i
Yesterday wns a lively day hi railroad
circle * , the excitement buin confined
however to the ticket oillccs and railroad
As wns stated in yesterday's Br.K , the
Hock Hand road , through their rcprc-
scntatiM ! here , obtained the lea'.o of the
"Union" ticket olllce , No. J > 07 Hroadway ,
and on account of the Milwaukee nnd
the Nortliwcstern roads cutting pas cn-
ger rates from this city to Chicago , the
Rock Island gave these two roads notice
"to quit , " after which the notice was re
scinded , only to bo recalled yesterday
nun nlng on orders from Chicago. This
left the Milwaukee and Northwestern no
alternative except to hunt other quar
ters in which to sell their tickets.
The Milwaukee on Monday , by their
representative , F. A. Nash , concluded ,
even after the notice to "move out" was
rescinded , that the proper move for them
was to hunt other quarters , as they were
afraid the Rock Island folks might at
any time berve tljt-m with a similar
notice , although at that time tlm dilh'cul-
tieshoemed to ue healed. Consequently ,
Mr. Nash made application to the Coun
cil Hind's & St. Louis road ( formerly the
Waba-sh ) for quarters in their ollleo by
which J. C. Mitchell , the agent , could
handle the Milwaukee's tickets. As the
receiver of tlm Council Hlufl'H & St. Louis
road was not in the city , Mr. Nash had to
await a reply. That reply will probably
be given this afternoon or late this even
ing , as Colonel T. MoKissoek , the re
ceiver , is expected on the atternoon train
from the south.
The Chicago & Noilhwcstern people
were a little behind , as their general
agent is in Salt Lake and is not expected
homo until Saturday. At any r.ito , Mr.
M. .1. Alworth , the local freight agent ,
yesterday morning also made an applica
tion to bo admitted to tin ; Council Binds
& St. Louis ticket ollico. No.131 Broad
way , at that time not knowing of the
Milwaukee's move. The Northwciturn's
application will als-o be accepted or re
Mr. Lane , the local agent of the Mil
waukee , late yesterday afternoon relieved
the auditor , Air. Button , of the tickets ho
had just cheeked up in the "union"
ollicc , where they remain locked up to
The Northwestern tickets were checked
up by Auditor Moses yesterday and taken
to the Northwestern local donot.
The only roads now remaining in the
Into Union oflico are the Kock Island and
the Union Pacific , of which A. T. Elwoll
remains the agent.
Painters will probably to-day obliterate
the names of the roads going out , and an
other "union" ollicc may po-sibly be
opened on the old Wubash corner , while
the "Q" and "K. C. " oiliees will remain
at their old stand.
For first class Missouri wood call on
Gleason , at his coal ollice , 20 L'earl street.
The New Constellation.
The new police force went on duty
yesterday. It is a surprise to many that
the new mayor has been able to get such
a class of citizens to serve upon the force.
There arc but two of the old force re
tained , Oflicers O'Brien and Bcswick.
They have made excellent records and
their retention will meet with general
satisfaction , although the reappointment
of O'Brien is the hardest blow which the
old force could have been given at the
hands of the new administration. Hu
was largely instrumental in bringing to
light some of the doings of the old force ,
and some of those who sulTcrcd in con
sequence felt that all efforts should be
used to keep O'Brien from being reappointed -
pointed , while the rest of them were to
be retired. These efforts proved of no
avail , and O'liricn has been added to
the now force. Among those who re
tired wore some good men , but the repu
tation of the old foieo as a whole was so
badly damaged by the general demorali
zation that it bcumcd best to have vir
tually n now force. Some of the old
police force were not so much to blame
individually as was the mayor , who was
really clnet of police. The demorali/.a-
tion of the force began with him. Ho
had Skinner for chief in name , but he
would not let him be chief in fact. The
mayor interfered with him until the
whole force felt that really Skinner was
no authority. The mayor put men on
in spite of tlio protests of the chief , and
when the chiel suspended oflicers the
mayor would reverse the rulings.
Much of the trouble with the old force
was duo to this lack of harmony , and
lack of authority. Added to this was the
especial laxity of some of the members
ot the forco. Now there has boon a gen
eral cleaning out , and the now force
starts in composed of as good a bet of
men as any city can produce. There is
not a man on thu force but has the confi
dence of the community , and there is not
a bummer or loafer in the whole list.
Mayor Chapman proposes to have the
discipline of the force kept up to the
highest standard , Ho yesterday furnished
each of the men with a copy of the new
rules , which are briefer than these tor-
mulatcd by the retiring mayor , but which
are to the point. It is understood that there
will be no brass band parade , or feather
and medal buMm-hS , but that attention to
duty will bo the chief order of the day and
night. The rules nro :
Any person belonging to the police
force shall bo subject to suspension or
dismissal lor any of the following causes :
1 For taking a drink of any intoxicant
while on duty.
JJ For intoxication while off duty.
8 For using indecent , profane or harsh
1 For unnecessary violence to pris
oners or citizens.
fi For leaving his boat or oilier absence
without cause , oracceptlngany gift Ironi
any person connected will' a saloon ,
gambling house or house of prostitution ,
6 For entering houses of prostitution ,
gambling houses or rooms , saloons or
sporting houses of any description , while
on duty , unless a tiled thcro olllcially
7 For making known any proposed
movement of the forco.
8 For withholding fiom the mayor or
chief any information pertaining to the
otlieiency of the service or bettor protec
tion of thu public.
lllitiliiess Clint ,
II. C. Addis , agent for the Em oka wind
mills , who has been tiaveling through this
western country for many years , yester
day expressed his opinion to n HKK man
in regard to business the coming season ,
and the future of the west , in substance
as follows. "Business will pick up very
lively now. Just as soon as the snow dis
appears and the weather becomes favor
able all lines will then begin to boom.
The Implement trade in Nebr.iHkuill , 1
predict , be greater than at any .limo dur
ing the history of the state. Immigrants
are Hooking in. and lutide of live \ears
1 believe all the lands bctwet-n licro and
the Hoyky pnnintaius will bo ono vast
farming district. Rain in the heretofore
dry districts is becoming more frequent ,
caused io a great extent by the largo
amount of timber growing up. Irriga
tion will bo unnccp oary nnd the land
that has been pas ed by , as being of no
use except for grazing purposes , will
shoitly become a farming district of vast
importance. Southwestern Nebraska is
in a booming condition , nnd farming in
this section has been fully demonstrated. "
at the Transfer.
Several changes in the way of promo
tions have taken place at the freight
transfer. Alc\ Hedge , who was formerly
in the cashier's dcpartmentumlor William
II. Burns , the agent , has been promoted
and is now in the ticket ollleo at the pas
senger transfer. H. II. I'olloek has bocil
given the place vacated by Mr. Hodgo's
promotion. Mr. Pollock was formerly
abstract clerk in the west bound depart
ment. John Ludlow , who lias been workIng -
the " received " takes
Ing on "Q ftcight ,
Mr. Pollock's place. Joseph Iloppoek
takes Ludlow's place and Mr. Eagati
takes Hoppock's position. The above
move necessarily gives all of these gentle
men an increase in salary.
A check clerk and four men employed
in the "gang , " who were laid oil'on ac
count , as is allt'gi'd , of appearing for
duly in an intoxicated condition , have
been reinstated after an investigation by
the agent , Mr. W. H. Burns.
Hall to the Chief.
The city council , in electing John L-
Templeton as chief of the lire department ,
has acted in accordance wilh the wish of
a very largo majority of the eiti/ens , and
there will bo no occasion to regret the
choice. He has been a member of the
tire department for fifteen years , and is
not only thoroughly experienced , but has
shown himself to have peculiar ability
for such a position. Ho was the chief of
the department ) for about three years ,
and should have been kept in that , place.
Now that ho i.s 'restored , there will bo
general satNfac' ' on. He is enthusiastic ,
reliable , posted , and honest. The depart
ment cannot but increase in elliciency
under his charge ,
S. ( T. Sen ton of les Moines , division
superintendent , and G.V. . Jones ol Car
roll , route agent ot the American Express
company , were in the city yesterday.
David Friedman , one of the dry goods
merchants of Tabor , Iowa , was in the
S. P. McCormack , postmaster at Tabor ,
was a Bluff City visitor yesterday.
Mrs. U. II. Pollock of Burlington has
arrived Bi the city ami joins her husband ,
who is in the freight transfer ollico.
They have taken rooms at No. 121 HI till'
A. 11. Brown of Minneapolis , a nephew
of tlio late Robert i'ercivul , left yesterday
for his home.
C. F. Maxwell of Chicago is in the city.
Uov. A. Rogers of Dnnlap was greeting
his Council Blulls friends yesterday.
W , U. Jennings , the traveling freight
agent of the Wabasli , was in the city yes
J. M. Shea , who was reported as being
so seriously ill , was able to bo on duty
yesterday in his ollico and to deny
stoutly the report.
The Supreme Court.
The supreme court of Iowa opened its
session here yesterday. There was little
done beyond the preliminary work , no
decisions being rendered. All the judges
are hero except Judge Beck , who is ill
and is at the Hot Springs in Arkansas.
The other judges , together with Clerk
Pray and Attorney General Baker , are
on hand. Some decisions will probably
bo rendered to-day.
The city marshal lias sor.t into the
council jus appointments of a night and
a day jailer. The appointments have
been laid over until the next meeting of
the council. It is understood that the
present council will not favor the em
ployment of two city jailers , and the or
dinance creating these oflices will proba
bly bo repealed or modified. The police
headquarters will bo hereafter at the city
jail , and an attempt will bo made to ar
range for having the police force help in
caring for the jail , instead of allowing
the marshal two paid deputies. The mar
shal's otlico is a lucrative one , and it is
thought ho can afford to hire his own
Substantial abstracts of title and real
estate loans. J. VV. & E. L. Squire , 101
Pearl street , Council Bluffs ,
IJcst coal and wood in the city at Gloa-
son's , 2U Pearl street. _
The first arrest made by tliojnow police
was that of George Adams , who was
locked up last night by Ollicers Wight-
man and Leonard on a charge of drunk
The ladies interested in forming a
Woman's Temperance union are re
quested to meet at the old opera house at
U o'ciock this afternoon.
National Ijcnuuc Election.
The National League hold its annual
election Sunday , and selected the follow
ing olUecrs for tlio ensuing year : Presi
dent. the Hov. II. Hcaloy ; vice president ,
M. J. O'lonnollscerctary ; , S.T MoAteo ;
assistant secretary , John Million ; treas
urer , E. A. Wickham.
A sure euro for Blind. Illceilln ? , Itchln
and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by
Dr. Williams , ( an Indian leuiedy ) , called lr
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment , A single
box 1ms cured the worst chronlo cases of ti. " > or
80 years standing. No ono need suffer llvo
minutes after apjilyhiK this wonderful sooth
Intc niedlclnn. Lotions and Instruments do
moro liana than good. Williams' Indian
I'llo Ointmmit absoihs the tumors , allays tlio
Intense itching , ( particularly at nluht after
uettliiK warm In bed ) , acts as a poultice , elves
instant relief , nnd is prcpaied only for Piles ,
itching of private parts , ami for nothing else.
SKIN DISKAKKS CUHKI ) .
Ir. Fraziur's Ma io Ointment cities as by
made , rimtilrs , Black Heads or ( hubs ,
Blotches and Eruptions on the face , leaving
tlio SKln clcarund beautiful. Also ruiesltch.
.Salt Kl'eum , Soru Nimiles , Sore Lips , and
OI < 1 Obstinate Ulcers.
SoM by diugglsts , or mailed on receipt of
Jli'talledby Kuhn & Co. . and Scliroctcr *
Conrad. \vholcsalo by U. F. Goodman.
In the United States every 200th man
takes a college course ; in hnglund , every
fiOOlh ; in Scotland , every UlQth , and in
Germany every 2iath ,
THOS , OFFICER. W. It. II. PD3Er ,
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Council Bluffs Bus
Carriage Transfer Co.
Ariiil , Props.
I'at8tnpor3 fu > 4 barirasro taken to and from
all inline. ItusiOt , currlascs uucl bagfupe wug *
OIK fi.uko couuoUloiu with all trului. Pro.mpt
Bttontl'ju L'h'tm to all calls. Special rates to
tli cut lie ul Uuiipi'j uud commercial men. Car-
rlHm t , run ilay uiJ ( ulpbu Ollice 'at Ogilcn
Uou&o. . Toiojihoiie 123. Alpcat liechU'lo's
Hotel. . Ltux. oidecs on the alutc.
To the hblic
Circumstances Lc ; 6ml our control
liavo delayed the do our en-
tire stock as we had pnrposrd.
The approaching . .on of sprlnp
trade finds ns with it goodly stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets , some lines de
pleted lint cleared of undesirable goods.
Helm ? in the dry gooilq Imsincss wo
know of no hotter place to continue the
game than in Council HlulTs. Wo shall
therefore vc-stock every department
with new and seasonable poods. Our
Mr. E. E. Harkncs ? , is now milking pur
chases in eastern markets , amie shall
soon have u
To offer our customers. Onrcarpct ihi-
piirtment will be complete with the ne'v
Body Brussels ,
Etc. . Etc. , Curtains and curtain goods
from domestic mid foreign markets.
We have already on our tables the
clioiccstsclections sf Swiss and Ham
burg embroideries ever offered in the
city , anc an excellent assortment of
white goods to which wo shall make
We thank our many patrons for their
favors and good will in the past , and
wo shall endeavor to' merit the same in
the future , by attention to their inter
ests , and by good goods and we invite
all to call and examine our new pur
chases before buying in other markets.
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Rugs , Mattings ,
Window Shades , Etc
Wholesale ami Retail.
Spring111186 Our stock is now com
plete mul contains the newest designs
anil colorings in all praties of Carpets ,
Curtains , ItiiffS , Upholstery Goods , etc.
POPULAR PRICES-Mail orders at
tended to promptly. Fine Upholstery
Work to order.
COUNCIL 11LUFFS CARPETS CO. ,
4 < 05 Broadway.
Locking Bracket far Fences
AND OTHIMl KAILS , 1IOD3 , KTC.
FENCES BUILT WITHOUT NAILS.
Any part readily taken out or icpliicod. Tor
picket or rail fonaus.lton oi-wooil , cmmnt bo ex
celled lor railing of any sort. 1'or piuticulars
vrrito C. J. IIKC'ICMAN , Inventor.
Ptato and county rights fur sulo.
ONION TICKET OFFICE
A. T , ELWELL , Agent.
No. 607 Brondirar , Council Blutta.
Railway Time Table :
The following la the time of arrival nml
departure of truing by central standard time , at
the local depots. Trains leitvo transfer depot ton
minutes earlier und urrlvo ten minutes lutur :
DE1AUT-cmcAao | OHTiwESTBn.AUUIV& ,
* * * .
0:2,1 : A. M . Mall nnd Bxprcjbs . 6Mp. : ) M.
12:401 : * . M , , . Accommodation. , . 4'iO : j1. M.
iiUi : ) > . M . Kxpiosa . UfiA.M. : (
CHICAGO & KOCK IBI.AND.
9.2.1 A. M . Mall and llxiirt'ss ' . CW : | > . u.
7il5A. M . Accommodation . fi:11i > . M ,
Cf.Uf. : u . Kiproh . ViOoA. u.
CHICAGO. U1L.WAUKKU& fiT. PAUL
0:20 : A. M . Mull midlKxprcsfl . : Vi ) > . M.
0DOI' : . M . Uxprn'H&j . 0OoA. ; M.
CHICAGO. IIUIII.IMlrON ft CJUI.SCr.
0:40 : A. M . Mail and Kxptfcbs . 6:501 : %
0:60 : J-.M . UxproBrf . 0:05 :
WAHASII , ST. LOUIIJ * PACIFIC.
J:16r. : M.l-ocal St.I.ouli Exjitc- ! JxH'iil . . . .
3tXp.M.TrunsferSt. : IxmHKr.'rran > ror,3 : 10 v. u
KANHAH CITY. BT , JOt ft COUNCIL HLUl'M
10:10 : A. M . Hull unit Kxpiess . 5.10l'.u. :
U:06i-M : . , , .iipius : . . . . , . 0-MJi.a.
BIOUX cirv i rAciria
7:15 A. M . . .Sioux CltK MUI | . 8:30p. : M.
0Wl-u : . St. 1'uul li * | > luE3 . 8:123 : A. u.
UNION j1 A Din a
10 .ill A. M . Donvur Brprose . . .5:451' : . M.
2:13 : j > . M. . . Lincoln l'as9/.Uii | . & It. V. . .2:05 : v. M.
7Wi : > . 11 . Overland KXUIOSJ . B-.15A.M.
. THAINHTO OMAHA.
Leave Council HlulTu 7UV-siH : a.33 10T : )
11:30 : u. m. ; lao-2:30-aJi- : : : JJ5-fl : 0-
8:45-11:15 : : p. m. Bunduyi. 7:05 0:3) : 11UO- : .
m ; 2ai : > 3Ja-6.2& : : JO ll(3p. : m. LeavoOraa-
hu-aaS-7:35-8.60-10:00-UiUJa. : in : 1:00-2:00- : :
B:00-4:00-5:00-8:05- : : : : p.m. Sundays
11:35-7:60 : S:4" 11.00 a. in. : 2:00-3:00 : : 6:00- :
0:05-iil5-ll10 : ! ; p m. _
Farm at a Bargain.
Well improved farm of 10T acres tor sale ;
2X miles fiom Council BlunTs. Aililicss
11IA SCOKJKU ) ,
In Council Dluffa having
Frr © Esoa/pe
And all modern improremoati , call biJfa , ur
Hlttrm bells , oto. . Is the
CREST ON HOUSE I
Noi.215 , 217 and 19. M&ln Htrcat ,
.C' . ' X MOUN , 1'roprlotor. .
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
t.i L Sirt.'BS
UEEHE , WELLS & CO. ,
Agricultural Itnplemants , Envies ,
Carriages , Kto , Kto. Council Bluff * , Town.
KEYSTONE MANUFACTURING c6T
Corn Shelters , Stalk Gutters ,
Dlscllnrrows , Scedcri , Corn Flnntcrs , Food Cut-
ters.Kto. Factory , Itock fulls , IIU.
No" . UOI , mi , 1W , 1507 Main St. , Council IHnlK.
UAVlIMmAnhKY' CO. ,
Jtnnufrs nn Uobbcrs of
Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies ,
Cnrrl Ke , mid nil kin U nt Knrm Mno'ilnarr.
1100 to 111 ! ) South Mnln Street , Council Ilium.
r.O. at.RAsos , T. H.Unum.vo , ClKo.P. WUIOIIT.
1'ics.XTrcno. V.-lYos .VM in. 803 ACotiiucl.
Council Bluffs Handl3 Factory ,
( Incorporated. )
Mnnufnctiiror ot A\lu , 1'lck , Slolao nnil Small
Handles , or every description
COUNCIL BLUFFS CAUl'ET CO. ,
Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades ,
Oil Cloths , Curtnln Fixtures , Upholstery Oo
lite. Na 403 Ilroixdwuy Council tllulT * ,
ClHAltS , TOI1ACCO , KTC.
PEUEGOY & MOORE ,
Wholesale Jobbers In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
Nos. 28 Main and 27 1'eiirl Sts. , Council
SNYDEH & LEAMAN ,
Frull and Produce Commission Merchants.
No. 14 Ponrl St , Council tlluirs.
McCLUHG CRACKER CO. ,
Fine Crackers , Biscuits and
Council liln/f , IUIM.
MAUREU & CRAIG ,
Importers & Jobbers of Crockery.Glassware .
Lamps , fruit .Tari , Cutlciy , Stonuwnro , llnr
Goud , Fancy Goodi. Kto. Council lllutls ,
11AULE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
Druggists' Sundries , Ktc. No. 22 Mnln St , mid
No. 211'ciul St. , Council Illuirs
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
laiporters and Jobbers of Dry Gelds ,
Notions. r.tc. No * . 112 nnd 114 Main St. , Nos. 113
ami 115 1'ciul St , , Council IIhill's , Iowa.
O. W. HUTTS ,
Wholesale aliforaia Frails a Specialty.
General CommNs'on. No. 513 llioiiduny ,
WIHT & DUQUETTE ,
Fruits , Confectionery & Fancy Groceries.
Nos. Kiuiid IS Penil St. , Council Illuir ? .
GHONEWEG & SCHOENTGEN ,
Jobbers in Staple and Fancy Groseries ,
Nos. 117 , 110 nnd 121 , Main St. , Council lUiitTs ,
L. KIKSCJ1T & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Dealers. No. 410 llroud-
way , Council lilutTs.
Ann \'A I \ HB.
Tinware Gasoline Stoves
Hardware , , ,
IlcfiiycratorH. etc. Nos. KH Hrondwny , and 10
Mnln street , Council ItltiuV.
11A11NKSS , KTC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Mnnii'ncturcrs of and Wholcsnlo Doilors In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. 25 Mnln St. . Council Illuira , Town.
HATS , CAl'S , KTC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Gloves ,
Nos. : - ' and 311 Ilroodwuy , Council lllulTs.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Iron , Steel , Kails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood Stock , Council IlluITs , lown.
111DKS AKD JI'OOL.
D. H. McDANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
TallowWool , Polls , ( Jrcu o and Furs Council
Illuirs , lown.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO , ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Illuminating & Lubricating Oils , Gisolins
E3TO. , EJTO.
8. Theodore , AKcnt , Counull IIlulTg. Iowa.
LVMIIKIl , I'UANO. , KTC.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling ,
And Ilrldfro Material fipoclultlog.Wholosalo Lum
ber or all Kinds. Ollico No , 1-K ) Main St. ,
Council Illuirg. IOHII.
WINKS AXI ) L1QUOHS ,
JOHN UNDER ,
Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors.
Atrcrit lor St. ( lottharrt's Herb llltt < < rs. No. 13
Main St. , Council lllultn.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors ,
Jfo CHO Main St. , CuuneU llhtfft.
N. SCHUH.Z ,
Justice of the Peace.
Office Over American Express Company.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
lUNCrACTURlin ANP DtALEtl I"
' No. 337 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Z.T. LINDSEY&CO. , ' .
RUBBER BOOTS ,
SHOES AND ARCTICS ,
Rubber and Oiled Clothing
And Eastern Prices Duplicated. Write
StorehonsB and Salesroom , 41 N. Main St , Office 412 Broadway ,
w. : P.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Hrlclc tmlMIni ? of nnv Itlnd ri l rrt or movcil . mxl satisfaction guninntccd. IVtiino houses movoJ
onLlitloQiunt trucks tUe best lu the \yoilJ.
808 Eighth Avenue and Eighth Street , Council Bluffs.
NOTICE. Special HdvortisoraonH , such ns
Loet.FouuJ , To Loan , Ko- Sale , To Hunt , Wn-iH
Hoarding , etc. , trill bo inserted In this column at
thclow rnto ot TEN CEOT3 1'Etl LINK for the
flrstlaaortlon ana FIVE CEOT3 1'Ell LINK for
each BUb30iuont Insertion. Leave uilvortUo
mentsat our olUco , No. 1J 1'oarl street , near
llroadway , Council 1lulls. !
W3TNTKU An c.tpcilcnccd dry Kimrts sali-s-
inun. Apply tuJ.Goldlortr , No. 18 Mtilti
TTKMl SALT ! Old impois. In ( luuntitlcs to suit ,
JP nt tlco ollieo , No. lli Pciirlstioet. _
WANTHU A laini o'oiit Imly liookliojpcr.
Kioto roloionsca , by uhiiin lust oniplnjud ,
name and iiddri s In lull. Addiosiliolesulc ,
A , lleo ollico , Council Illulfg _
WANTED A position us pto-smuu by mnn
of family , tlnco yvnia ovpfilcncc. It ,
Itco ollioc , Council Illulfd. _
WAN "jSt WAMtKK , No. KiTti'-ln sticot ,
( under Cltl/on's llii'ik ) , real cstrtto nnn mni-
tlmiidlHioxc'lmiiKO broking. Our books lire lull
ot apccinl bin n'lln1 ! , but It H Impo ulblu to pub
lish a reliable Hbt fiomthufiiit of so many dally
changes. What wo ask Is ; 1C you u'lint to still
ortriuio unythlnfr in our line , write its nnd wo
will Bond younplloof bargains to select from.
LimdB Improved or unlinpiovcd , city or town
property , stocks or Roods of any Mud In nny
place. If such } ou htivo or such you wiuit let us
lieur from you. Swim it Wivlkor Council Ulna's
Manufacturer * of all sUoa of
Especially Designed for Itunninjr
MILLS , GUAINtELEVATOIlS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS ,
Tubulnr nnd Locomotive Hollars.
New Mnssillon Threshers.
Carey and Woodbury Horse Powers.
STATIONAKY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SAW MILLS , ETC.
Factory Massillon , 0. Branch House
510 Pearl St. , Council JJluiis.
BEND FOR 1888 ANNUAL.
THE CARTER WHITE LEAD CO.'S '
II'A MOM ) 1111NI ) OF
Strictly Puie Lead , line and Oil
Are just ns ropiosontod , fioo fiom adultera
tionund the M'ry best m.umliictiurd , a I net
tint can lie HU list luitliil oil by actual LOinimil-
tons , i'oi aulu by
8. H. KELLY ,
Dealer in Drugs , Paints , Oils , Etc ,
6O7 Main. Street , Council Bluffs.
KIEL SALE STABLES !
1101603 and Mules kept conttantly on hand ,
for falout ictador incurlouda.
Ordtirs promdtly llllod by contract on short
notico. Stock rnhl on co'niiilsUon.
bHl.UTKIt 1101-r.V , proprietors.
Etablu Corner I'iltli Atcnu * aud Kourtb B : .
Cuuucil JlluSb IOMH. . .
I wish to icsppctfnlly call tlio attention of my
patrons unJ tlio public In KCiimul. to my roiuo-
viilliom the old stand NOK. 7 uiul ! > , Main St. ,
to my now and commodious quartord ,
No , 226 Broadway ,
Whcro I \ > lll bo ploitscd to son mymimyfrlomlJ.
With n lurjo , now mul complete assortment ot
nil the very
And bclni ; locatml In InrffO quarters I am bettor
tlmn ever bcforo piopnrcd to soivotlio publlu.
J. M. SMITH ,
NO 220 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices In State nnd Federal Courts.
Kooms 7 aud B , Siutu'urt illouk.
LAMPS and CROCKERY
REDUCED PRICES ,
At Homer's ,
No. 23 Main Street. Council Bluto. la
" " " " "
filHfiDpC or othur tumors removed without
vnnvoiiu tjo knlfo or drawlnif of lilooi
CHRONIC DISEASES of all kinds a specialty.
Over thirty your * ' practical uxiioilunjj.
No. 111'eurl fitiect , Count II lllulti.
- " " Knee.
A.C.IiuiiNiiAM , i > reH. UW.TtiM.urfi , Vlco-1'ies.
JAMES N. UUOWN , Cushion
Council Bluffs National Bank
103 MAIN STREET ,
Cnpital . $100,000 ,
Authorized Capital . 250,000
Stockholders Represent . 1,000,000
no nKotiPru ! bunliliiK busln < > pi.
Accounts of bnnks , bankets , mciclmnH , mnn-
nlnUurcTSimd Individual ! roccltod on fuvor.v
Domestic und foreign
Thcvciy best of iitlotitlon iflvon to nil bnsl
I hare H ( | tintitlty of round , well tlcani'il eccd
wliloli 1 otto i at runsomililo IlKims. Coed ol thu
ciopoflHSi. CoircBjindtiioo [ iollcltod. K O.
UUTU'H , Bcluillor , Iowa. O. & N , W , Jty.
MASON WISE ,
Horses and Mules
For Mil pin pose ? , bought and Bold , at retail anil
In lot * Bcvfnty-8ix head ot the very bott
quality of mules now on band. Council Uhilla
Baggage Transfer Line.
'Ilus and ba 'Knte wttffoni connect llli at
trains , to till holt U , rosidonvui , inc. Hpcihil lit-
teutlontoCO.MM15UCIAI.MUM and TllltATKI *
OA [ , TJCOUl'm. 1'rompt ltentl ( > jfhon nil
calls. Oltlco ut I'aclllc Honiu , Tc-lcphonu No
110 ; nlo Telephone No. 1'8 at Oxdnii lluusc.
. H. 33EEOHOFT , Proprietor.
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