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6 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; 'SATUBPAY , MAY 15 , 188G.
THE DAILY BEE. COUNCHTBLUFFS , SATURDAY MOKNLVa .MAY. in. OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET. Eclhcreu" liy miner In nnypnrtof Ihocllynt twenty ( cuts per week , II. W.TII.TOW , - - - Malinger. E , No. Iiiniir KUITOII No. " 1. MIXOlt MKXTIO.V. Now spring goods at Heller's. Tins street gang lias dwindled down lo only two nion. Leonard & Jewel refrigerators at Cooper & McCieo'fl , No. 41 Main street , Her. J. I'isk will preach In the Thir teenth street mission to-morrow at lOitfO n , in. Strawberries will bo plentiful to-day. And the best that have been in the mar ket tills season. The Council Hlufls district Methodist Episcopal uhnreh conference will bu held in Coin in June. The "Quick Meal" is a quick seller ; cmno and get ono before they are gone. Cooper & McGee. Services in the Congregational church to-morrow morning and evening as usual , rreacliinir by the piibtor. A cordial in vitation is extended. The city calaboo o vriu empty yester day for the lirst time in weeks. It was fumigated with sulphur , and cleaned up for the next arrivals. Alf. Morris , the gre.it reformer ( ? ) , is in Omaha. Ho doesn't .seem disposed to violate his contr.tct by coming hero to do any more street preaching. Sheriff Furrcll was hero yesterday look ing after some stolen horses which were taken from Charles Union's place , three miles north of Kniorcon , Tuesday night. The city council is taking a rest from its labors. It will not meet again until the regular meeting in June , unless a special meeting i.s required for some pur pose. A number of families are already learning to depend upon the Woman's .Kxclmnge for good home-made bread , etc. Leave your orders at the rooms on 1'earl street. Saturday morning special sales. llov. Dr. Conley , of the Baptist church. Will occupy the pulpit of Broadway .M. L. church next Sunday morning. The evening services will pe conducted by Kev. C. Hoover. Young people's meet ing at 7 p. in. The case ngninst Andrews and Mrs. Cole , for adultery , came up before Jus tice Schurx yesterday , but was continued until Monday , this couple having got the husband Cole into jail on a charge of lar ceny , and his time not being up until Sunday. Something should bo done to remove the obstruction of the sidewalk in front of the Union Avenue hotel. The entire sidewalk has been obstructed since Sun day , and pedestrians have to go into the street and wade in mud in order to pass that point. More salt. The dear old grandmother's youngest thus gushes about a recent social gathering : "They danced to the strains of music till night faded into day light ; and the sweet strains of this orches tra were hushed by the twitter of the birds that start their chorus when the tired reveller must rest. " It is evident that the young genius needs a broader iicld in which to show his sparkling gills of intellect. Ono of the richest entertainments is of- fored'attho ' masonic hall this evening. A cheaper and morodolightful visit to the oriental countries can not bo had. The object is a worthy one also , as all should take delight in seeing the new St. Paul's church , finished and paid for. Pack tlio Jiall and make the a flair a rousing benefit us well as secure for yourself an enjoyable nnd instructive evening's entertainment. The city welghmaster is making the rounds inspecting scales and measures. Ho is meeting with few objections , but occasionally some ono protests against having the inspection made , or against paying the fee. Only two have refused thus far , and the inspector is going to wait until he has made the rounds , and then tile a batch of complaints covering nil such cases. Tlio law makes .such re fusal or interference an ofl'enso punisha ble witii a tine of not more than $10. The city marshal was out yesterday after some citizens who had deliberately turned stock loose in the streets , the cat tle and horses trampling down parking and doing other mischief. It seems that enough has been said to put everybody in possession of the fact that cattle cannot run nt largo in the streets. Thc.ro has been little occasion to complain of viola tions of the ordinance lately , and the pound , instead of being crowded , has but ono unclaimed horse in it. Now , if those who persist in letting their stock rim at largo are made to pay roundly , for the privilege , there will soon bo a complete -end to the trouble. S. II. Dennis , who was arrested on the charge of disturbing the peace , has been discharged. The trouble seemed to bo between him and his wife about her son , Owen Dean. Dennis had told his wife that Owen could not live with thorn , und lie feat waiting with a revolver to shoot the boy if he came to the house. This led to nis arrest. On being discharged by tlio judge , MM. Dennis informed her husband that he was the one who should itay away , and the son joined in the as surance that if Dennis dared to come home ho would get a broken head , It looks as if the cruel war was not over yet.Odell Odell Bros. & Co. showed a good deal of advertising ingenuity and enterprise in regard to the Into Kansas City cy clone. Mr. Odoll hus been to Kansas City looking over the ruins , and has se cured u large number of photographs , illustrating vividly the terrible scenes there. He has had them framed and placed on exhibition to the public in the ' how window of Moore & Kiplinger's cigar store , on Uroadway , where they at- , 'tract much attention. The linn nt the amo time get an excellent chance to call attention to the fact that thov are writing * p cyclone insurance. Board has an immense stock of wall paper und room mouldings which must be turned into cash , so down go the prices t at Hoard's. _ r Go to Board for loom mouldings. ' Heisler polls the best Co and lOo cigars 1 in the market. No. 403 Broadway. 1 Mrs. Randolph , the great mind reader , has just arrived. Tells pait , present ami ' future. Comes well recommended. All those wishing to see will call at No. 015 / Eighth street between Sixth and Seventh . avenues. Price SO cents. Substantial abstracts of titles and rea estate loans. J.V. . & E. L. Squire , 10 * Pearl street , Council Bluffs. I sell the celebrated Twin Burner gasoline - ? line stove. That double burner beats * them all. A 4-burnor same price as u 15- burner ; a 8-burner same price as n 2- * V burner , W A. Wood , 501 Main. * Seasonable goods of all kinds at hard- 1 lime prices at Cooper &McUce's. W 'havo a few water coolers which we ' will sell very cheap to close them out. Cooper & McUce. Go to Beard for low prices. ' Before buving a gasoline stove see the "Quick Meal" at Cooper As McCee's. ALL QUIET IN THE BLUFFS , No Startling Sensations or Blood Cur.ling Events , PEACE AND PROSPERITY REIGNS \ A Variety of Spicy News Items Ontlicr- ccl , However , Ity the Uinnliircsent lice Snlo of the OKilen ANew Now Mnnul'nctory. A Visit f o the Orient. Rev. Mr. Muckoy 1ms mulct-taken a crent ; enterprise in the Interests of St. 1'iuil's church , of whtcli ho is rector. Ho has ciipiyeil for three entertainments 1'iof. Roicilnlc , who 1m already given two delightful evenings , anil to-night is his closing ono. The expenses for these three entertainments have boon very heavy , and the purpose in giving thorn is to secure funds for the new church building. The snmllncss of the audiences have boon rather disconragine to Mr. Mti'jkvy , and unless there is a crowded house this evening tlio venture will not prove a very successful one financially. The building project is ono which inter ests all tlio residents of Council Bltills , and they should stand by the rector nobly in his enterprise. In doing so they will at the same time gain one of thu most de lightful evening entertainment : ) oflered hero of late. To-night thorn will bo twenty persons on the stage , arrayeil in oriental costumes , and they will vividly illustrate the customs and modes of liv ing of the people of the oriental climes. Such presentations bring the far oil' land to the very feet of these who would gladly visit them , and at a nominal expense anyone can to-night visit scenes which will prove of rare interest. At the same time" the building fund will receive a benefit. The distinguished traveler who thus illustrates his lectures by living represen tations , is a very pleasant spi-aker , anil describes the scenes with which he has boon familiar from childhood. One can but bo highly intcnvsti'd in his lecture , and the ono announced fov to-nighl is .said to be the very best of the course. As it is the closing one , it should surely not be missed. Heisler don'tlunidle ' any "snide" cigas. GARDEN HOSE , WARRANTED GOOD Me per foot , IBencr foot , 2tc per foot. HOSE NOXXLES , Of all styles. IIosi : REELS , LvwNSi'iujfKLKiw , Etc.Eto NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY Opera House Block. In the O ilon. It will surprise many to learn that the Ogden house has changed hands. The building itself .still remains the property of Mr. John T. Baldwin , but the hotel business has been sold by Mr. Silloway to James A. Js'iman of Manslield , Ohio , thu consideration being $1 2,000. It is under stood thatMr. Silloway will continue to manage the business until the 1st of Juno , when the proprietor will take pos session. But little is known hero of the purchaser of the property , but it is nn- dcr.stood that ho is a man of means and extended business experience , and that he will place the active management of the hotel in the hands of men of long ex perience in hotel business. Mr. Mark Duryce , who has been the manager of thu hotel , Ncast now on n business trip , and it is understood that he will not resume his connection with the hotel. Mr. Sil loway continues to hold his hotel prop erty in Cedar Rapids , where he has ono of the r est popular and best paying hotels in the state. The Ogdi-n is widolv known , and is a popular hotel , and wifl doubtless bo so managed by its .now owner as to continue to be recognised as one of the leading hotels in this u.irt of the west. * Go to the N.P. . Co for ! GARDLN HOSE. TJIKY WAKUANT AuTHEV SELL. Opera lloiuse Block. Go to Beard for wall paper. - ' Leusjgo to Charie II isler's a nil get a good cigar. No.J02 Broadway. Another Enterprise. The negotiations for the starting up of a corn harvester factory hero are going along well. Judge James has donated property valued at several hundred dollars lars , and an ofl'er has been made for some adjacent property owned by non-resi dents. It is understood that the enter prise will start well baoKed with abund ant capital. The principal man in the enterprise is Mr. Dierks , of Harlan. The Tribune of that place speaks thus of his proposed removal to this city : This week witnesses the removal to Council Blufl's of Mr. John Dierks , who goes to that I'ity to begin the manufac ture of his corn harvesters. He informs us that during last winter the machine was given a thorough trial and it proved entirely satisfactory , doing its work com pletely and bfl'ecttially. Council Blnll's business men made him very liberal in ducements to remove to that place , and he expects to begin operations on an ex tensive scale. Since the machine has been fully tested , there is millions in it for its inventor , and we hope John may rapidly secure Bomo of them. Mrs. Dierks and family will remain here until u suitable residence can bo secured , Do Vol sells Goldeu Star gasoline ranges , best in market , No. G01 B'way. Satisfaction guaranteed with over. ? "Quick Meal" gasoline stovn , or money refunded. Cooper & McGce. Room Mouldings Largest assortment and lowest prices at Beard's Wall 1'apor Storo. _ No More Hazard , Yesterday afternoon the keepers of gambling houses were duly notified that some ot the games mentioned in the BKI : the other day in connection with the skinning of a young country lad , must bo done away with. The following was the notice served by the chief of police : To Keepers of Gambling Houses You are hereby notified that from this date playing at the games of hazard , kcno and stud poker will not bo tolerated within the limits of tlio city of Council Blulls , By order of the mayor , J. M. MATTHEWS , Chief of Police. Those who have been running Mich games say they will t > top them without any light. At ono of the prominent ulaccs only hazard and stud poker have been run , while at two other well known resorts all those games have been run in addition to faro , pokci , and other games. At the Pacilio House you will get all the comforts of high-pnced liotofs and save from .0 cent * , to $1 per day. Tfv it and bo convinced. The Molhio O. C , Souers , of Moliuo , one of the rep resentatives of the great plow factory , is at the Ogden house. On being asked last night by the BKK mat ) about the probability of the conip.uiy locating works in this vicinity , he gnvo tlio cheer ing information that without doubt they would locate cither in Omaha or Council IMull's , but it wi's not decided which place as yet. If Omnlia was the favored spot , it would doubtless be necessary to have a largo warehouse here with facili ties for transferring hero. It would bon big tiling for whichever city was chosen , nnd would prove ot no little advantage to Council Blulls , in case Omaha was se lected. If yon want perfectly satisfactory nc- conhnodations at $ i per day go to the 1'aciilc House , Duni'iiil upon it , yon will nc\er regret your choice. thu Imtllcq. Many of the now styles of bonnets ami hats now displayed at Bliss' are decidedly - ly nniimn , and the ladles , who are excel lent judges of such matters , declare that no previous season has produced so many beautiful designs. Bliss lias all the varieties and the latest novclt'os ' to bo found in Ihe great eastern markets , and the ladies who have not already seen the display should do so at once , After a thorough investigation we nro convinced that the "Quick Meal" is the best gasoline stove made and shall make It our loading stove this season. Cooper & MeGoo. I'crmmul 1'iirn gra II. M. Hughes , of Booue , is at the Og- don. don.Elinor Elinor Pratt is the happy father of : v promising boy. Colonel J. S. Tarn , of Stiulrt , was in the city yesterday. James L. Smith , of Chadrou , Neb.last night put up at the Pacific. Col. Daily is to deliver the oration at Macedonia on Decoration Day. Ollicor Weightman whistles merrily as lie travels his beat now. A boy. F. A. Grotl" , of Davenport , came in last night and registered at the Bcehtele. J. A. Prink ami George B. Johnson , of Ida Giove , were in the city yesterday. C. 11. Blancliard , of Cincinnati , Ohio , came in last night and is at the Ogden. B. B. Wallace , of Coin , an insurance man , was at the Pacific house yesterday. Captain A. Overtoil left last evening for Texas to look after his lumber in terests. A. Wheeler , formerly of thoi Revere house and now in the hotel business at Dos Moines , is spending a few days with his Council Blulls frienild. J. Y. Atchison , wife and son , of Mans field , Iowa , are in the city , visiting their son and brother , J. E. Atchison , being en route to Hastings , Neb. Ollicor Beswiok , who wa injured in a runaway the other evening , , is recovering rapidly , and it is expected" will be able to be on duty again in a low days. Jerry Quiur , the K. C. conductor , hav- ingjjone on a trip west , F. S Lathrop , of Kansis City , came in last night and will take Quinn's run during his absence. Mrs. O. J. King and son Frank , of Corning , arrived last night and are at tlii > Pacific visiting Mr. O. J. King , fore man for Contractor Rice on the govern ment building. Mrs. Dr. Stillman lately went toXenia to visit her brother , Mr. John Bitrch. Her friends here were naturally greatly exercised on reading the tolcgripliie re ports of the great storm there , and that tlio family of Mr. Buroh had been among those'who nanowly escaped death. All anxiety was relieved yesterday by the re ceipt of a telegram slating that Mrs. Still man had a few days before gouoito another place to visit , about ten miles from Xonia , anil thai she was sate and well. CARPETS AND- Our carpet slock is huge and well se lected anil is kept full by the arrial of new , fresh goods. It comprises Moquettes , Body Brussels , Tapestry , Ingrain , Etc. Tambour , Turcoman , Opaque Shading , Curtain Fixtes , Etc. Curtains nmilo nnil hungCtirputs iniule und laid by skilled workinun. Wo are oll'uring u line line of Wliito Goods , Beautiful Embroidery , Dress Patterns , Summer Dress Goods , And invite customers to oxainino onr stock biiforu pufcliii8ingol ii\vhuro. 1'riccs rcasonablo and goods as represented. \Vo have lately introduced special bar gain tables that comprise the best values ottered m any market. Good Luce til fie. Good Stumped To\veln al lOc. Fine beautifully Mumped Towels at 25c , hair the price tthUcd clkewhcre. < 00d IlOkC , IOC. ISeaiitlful liarrett IMuld Di-civ Goodn at 'JcSeper yard ; \vorlh 4Uc. The best Corset , 75c , usually sold for 81. 5. Those are a few of the many bargains that can best bo appreciated by personal examination. Daily watch this column for future changes , HARKNESS BROTHERS 401 Broadway , Council Bluifs , The district tclograpji system is so much of n novJty to many hoitj that itawakens curiosity , and some ftvo inclided to play with il Jilo n boy withHIHMV , ton. inoue olllee.yesterday the Imrsi , big t/oys too , got to bolting on the time it would require - quire to gel a messenger from the central ollicc. Helore all thinvngers for cigars hud been settled thcro had been twenty calls from that box , cvorv now nnd then iome new one droppilig ll , and u new b't made , only to bo decided by turning in the box. > Nov. S. Hover will pronch In the Bap tist church Sunday morning. The pastor , llov. Coolev , will pretichin the evening. Subject : "The Tolenfnci1 of the Gospel ? ' "Juke" Noumaycr yesterday con nected his hotel \\itli 'the Second street sower. sower.MONEY MONEY MADE In Buying the Vol lowing' ' Property in the next thirty ilnys : Mt't.LIN'S AUDITION' . Iol G , Illock i ) . I Lot 10 , Block 18. Lot 12 , Illoek I' . ' . I I/it I , Illock : > l. Evnuirrrs ADDITION. tot ; . , uio.ua. Lot 8 , Illock 12. Lot y , Illock 7. Lot .1 , Illock ill. -Lot 4 , I1IOCK ! ) . ix > t r , , niock 28. 2 , Illock 4 , 1UJ lips' Addition. T ils property will lie sold nt n irrcnt sacrifice , nnil cntcrir | ! tn'r n.cn nil ] , nn doubt tmitl them- f elves or n uuo oppoitunit'y to tmilo money. Apply to rilANK COOK. Itoom 7 , SluiKiirt llhck , Council HliilTs , lo\rn , MRS. D. A. BENEDICT HAIR GOODS EWE TO ORDER. 337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa , OFFICER & PUSEY , COUNCIL HLUl-TS , JA , oil 1867. ( HY TUB TAYLOR SYSTEM. ) MBS. L. SIMMONS , iVo. : > ! ! HSroiuiwny. In onlortorst'ifoll-li inv irpiitnlion In Council line win k. 1 ill roll THU ilo all o ittlnz. Huliitf iriil muklnir us uliuiip us It lo rlone oKewht'io. I.udlt B need luue no fr.irof mUMN iimy o.rprrlonco iim iinteiis period si.tlsfnctlon. .Crescon House , The on y hotel In Council Hlulfs lm\lug ITire IDeoa/pe And nil modem Impi moment * . 215 , S17 nml 2D ! Mnln t. il.V.VMOIIN , 1'iop. 4 Proposals for theF.u-clii.s8 of Bonds , CITY TUrAPrilKll'S OFI'ICE. I O\i ill \ , XKII. . May 4th , ItM ) . I Tllll' IJor.lo' IMuc.itio.i of the pchool illetilct ofOnmhu , lor tlio putppsa ol lu.leemlnu- the bonds ol wi'ddistiict. ' which will become duo on Julvltt next , oiler lor xilo czitnlu bonds be'onjiiii'rtotlio chool tlnklnjf iunil nnd dc- POI Hied us follows : Itoujfltis county lund'nr bonds , d'lted July Ut , 177 , mill icdeumulilo July 1st , IShT , tieiiil ! ! 8 per font semi nnuuul Intel est , 17 bonds. o o'l for Sl.'KO . . . 17,00) Cily ol Omiihiilimdlnir Doiiilsdiited , Nov. 1st , 18W ) , und pauililo N iv. 1st , lit ) ) , licnilnirT per cent Ecml-mmuul hitcr- o > t ; M bonds , i-ich for filJ . 10,000 City cif Omaha dlncl ! paving bonds , till bcnrliiK 0 ) ) erj cent annual inter est , and dos < r bed in lollo.vo : Uislric t No 0 , dato.l Aiiffuxt 1st , 18"4 Itonds Nos 7 , b , ( I , duo Aiwubt Ibt , li-87 ; 3 atH.COJ . a.OOD llond No 10 , duo August l t , ISSj , 1 nt S1.UW ) . . 1,033 JlsliletWo 7 , d.itc < l Augiihl Ifrt , 18SI : Ilonil No 15 , duo August 1st , 1SSS ; 1 nt 1.01) ) . 1,000 District Noill , dated .lunuaiy 1M. ! 8r . Iiond No 1 , duo Jnnunr- ) , lbS7 : 1 nt Sl.OK ) . 1,000 llond No a , duo January Itt , 1883 ; 1 at ? 1WJ ( . 1,003 st riot No 8 , dated .luly iBt , I Ilonds NoX9 , : tO.ilundU : : , duo July let , If-Si" ; 4 ut S1.0JO . 4.00J Cily of Dniiilmullfy district paving bond-Mill beartn 0 pot-cent nniiuullnteicst niul debciibcJ nsiollows : Dii-trict No 1 , dutcd Dee 1st , 1KU : llond No I , due Dee lit , ihS ! ) . $500 linn I Ko 2 , duo Dec 1st , 1837 . WX ) llond No : i. duo Dee 1st. 18ss . 509 District No I'.diue-l Ui-o 1st , l Sl : llond N'ol.duo Ueo 1st , ItvU . 600 lloimN'oa , dut'DcolHt , 1S87 . WO llond No y. duo Dee 1st. 188 . 50J UDIstrlat No a.dntcd Dec 1H.1831 : end No 1. cliioDeJiBt.lHJI . 5 XJondNo2duoltolht,18i7 . 5 ] ) end Null , due DoclJt , 18'8 . 5 Diflti lot Nell , datco July Int , l&i : nond.N'o 3 , duo July 1st , I8VJ . 600 UonrtNo4 , duo July 1st , 18J8 . MO Dl.tilct No 7 , dated July 1st , It3l : llond No II , duo July 1st. 18h7 . BO ) IIondNj4duo luly l tlHSS . MO Di-trlct No 8. dated July 1st , 1881 : Honl Noidui.luly : Irt.HbT . 500 l.'ondNo i. duo July lst.lt.S8 . 50J Dstiiot Nell , dated Aug. ist 1st , ISSi : Iiond NonduoAlUU t 1st , lb 7 . HX > londNo4. duo Auviibtlst 1888 . 6 JO District No U.dutcd AuiriiHt 1st , l'8i : Iiond Nell , duo Ailjflllt UI.1887 . fiOO llond No 4 , duo August Ist , 18s8 . M ) Tlie'obond * will noiU'livercd to purelui oren piivinont ttieiofnrat thu tlt > tieabiiry liiOintdiu , on Junoluili , 18Jd. t eu cil piouosnls will ho received nt this office until Juno lat. IMii , ut 1- noon , tor the imrcliaso ot the above dcscr.bed honds. ttlda must bo ndJiosse.1 to tlio undersigned and nmikod , "I'jdposnN for Kinking 1'und Iton < ni , " niul must btato the lull iianio and iid- diostiof tbobhldur , ( loxoilbo thu bonU dut > iiol unl niiino the prloi propose J to bo paid In addi tion to accrued Inlorcst. Mho light Is irservoil to ip | " t iinynml all bids J iti/ * * ' \ < UlJCilCt Troubiircr of thu Doaid of Kducntiuu. May4J.'it _ Notice to Contractors. . ) prorosals will bo received at tlio SKAf.KI of the buci clary of t'.io bnaid of edu cation until 0 o'clock p.m. Mon lay. May 1Y , 1830. for the erection of a two story br.ek school building on the nuitlwot corner of ( leoi li nnd Woolivortli avenues , la acocrdanoo wltli plans and spi-clllciitlons to do'f ecu at the olllco of Cloves llros .uiclilloclu. Fopai.ito bids will bo recolved lor oaeh class of woik , mid for the building complete. The bjiu\l icscivus thu ilvlit to rojci'l any or ml bldh. lly order of the board ot education , MayOdtOt CiiAiu.m CONOUIII , Posietary. Notice to Cnntriiotors. will bo rrcelvod up to Monday , May BIDS , lor ii tlNO-ftory brU ! < wnrehous'j to bo erected on thu corner of l.ouvinwoitli anil , Kjntli Htiec'H. The right Is leAcrvod to i eject envoi-till bids. Ci.vvKS : lino.- . . Aruhllccts Found Notice. ( ' up nnd Impounded In the pound of TIAKI'N the city ofOinnna , on the 12th day or May , JB.-U.ld.uk 3-yeur-o'd heller , with white spots on : toimnir II jenirf old , nlilcli ill. If not rudccinod bcfoie bale , bo rold at publlo nue- tlon to the hlzncbt bidder lor nteu. at sum iiounil , at the hour of 10 o'clock in the loionoon im 13d3t I'oundmustur , MENDELSSOUN & FISHER , ARCHITECTS D. It. SHANE. Snuerntcndent. DUNCAN & WALLACE Plumbers , Steam and Gas Fillers 8TKA3I IlEAtlNQ A. Sl'ECIALTV. ' Eetlinatcs furnlshod , or will call personally. AKCIIIS fur the luperlul ( Jus Mucbinu. 'M &t > 4 U aicU 6t..OinWi WcU WHOLESALE AND JOBQiHG jKorrsrES 02 ? COUNCIL BLUFFS. DBKIIK , WELLS & CO. , Wholes ilo Agricultural implaaanU , _ _ Cnirlnjtc9JUo , Etc. Council 11111(19 ( , Iowa. KEYSTONE MANUl UTUKING CI7 ( Corn Shelters , Stalk Callow , Dlecllmrows , Scoilcrs , Corn I'l inter * , Fee 1 Cut- lcrsitc. : Factory , Hock Pulls , IIU. Nog.irol.lSH lM.i . , 15)7Mnliit.Council llliilts. * DAVlDBUAlljK\r& ) CO.T Mnniif'is tm 1 Jobhors at Agricultural Implements.Wagons . , Buggies , Cut-rinses. nn < > nil Mnls of Pnr.n Mno ilnarv. 1100 to lilt ) South Mnln Street , Coutioil llluH , AXK IIAXDLKS. T.O. ( ii.KitoN. T. H.I ) . mm , * * , lino. ! ' . Witicmr. V.-l'rtH A..M in. Sna Council BluHs Handle Facti'y ) , ( Inoorpornteil. ) Mnmifnptuiersof Atlo , 1'lck , Slodiro tmd Snnll Itnndlrs , of cvory tlc i Iptlnn. CAlll'KTS. COUNCIL BLUFFS CAIU'KT CO. . Carpets , Curtains , indow Shades , Oil Clntlis , Rut tain 1'lxtttros , UphoNtory floods , Ktc. No. 405 Itroiidwny Council Illulfs , Iowa. CII.MHS , roo.irro , KTC. rEUKJOY ( & MOORE , Wholu .iilo .lolibcrs In tlio Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes. Kos. SSMitln mill IJ7 1'cnilSts. , Council Icnvn. ro.if.u/.s'.srox SNYDKK & LEAMAN , Whoksulo Frnlt and Produce Comoiission Herchants , No lll'oirl St. Council i cnocKiin\ JIAUHEH & CRAIG , Importers & Jobbers of Crocierj.Glasi . wars Lnnips , Vrnlt .Inrs , Cutlery , Stoneware , llnr Goods , Fancy Goods. Ktc. Council limits , lowii. I1AHLK , UAAS & CO. , Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass , Druggists' Biindrlps , Kto. No. ! Main St , nuJ No. Ul I'curl St. , Council lllulla. DHY GOODS. M. E. SMITH & CO. , and Jbb33 ) ? of DrGJ3 / ) , Notions. Htc. No . 112 and 114 Mnln St. , Xos. 11J und 1T > 1'curl St. , Council Itluirg , louiu ntr IT * . O.V. . BU'lTS , Wholesale Callforali Fraits a Spftlilty General Comml s'on. No. TilJ Biouilway , Council Illuira. W1UT & DUQUETTE , Wholesale Fruits , Confectionary & Fansy Groceries. Kos. 10 nnd 18 Penil St. , Council liluirc. L. KIKSCHT & CO. , Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Also Wholesale I.ijnor notlorJ. No. 41B Broad way , Council niulf * II A ItXKSS , KTC. BECKMAN & CO. , Jtanu'nctuiersol and Wliolosalu Dollar ) In Leather , Harness , SaddleEtc. / . No. U3 ! Main St. . Council IlluilJ , Iowa. 1I.ITS , C.ll'Sl KTC. METCALF BROTHEIIS , Jobbers in Hats , Caps and Glovas. Kos. 342 and 311 Droadway , Council 7/g.irV IIAHDU'AllK. KEELINE & FELT , Wliolo < ale Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hardware , _ Ami Wood Stock , Council Illulffl , loiva. HIDES AND WOOL. D. 11. McDANELU & CO. , Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides , Tallow , Wool , Fells , ( Jrensoand furs Council muffs , Iowa. COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. , Wholesale Dealers In Illuminating & Librluttog 011 $ Gi HTO. , E3TO. B , Theodore , Agent , Council HlulTD. Iowa. LUMUl'M , 1'lLlXa , KTC. A. OVEUTON & CO. , Hard Wood , Southard Lumbar , Piliug , * n < l llrldiio Mnteilal Sneclaltlfs.Wholusalo Lum ber ol all Kinds. Ulllco No. 1W Malu tit. , Council llhnra. TOIVIL JOHN L1NDEH , Wholesale Imported and Domestic Winas & Lipors. Agent for St. ( lottlicrii'B Herb llllterJ. No. 13 MalnBt , Coundl lllulla. _ SCHNEIDER & BECK , Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors , Justice of the Peace. Office Over American Express Comuany. Cliinn , Glnsswaro anil Lamps , \V. S. Hoinor & Co. . No. S3 , Main St.Counoil Blulfe , la. STEAM DYE WORKS MRSC.L.GILLETTE'SIIA1R ' GOODS STORE No 29. Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opo , Postofllce. RINK LIVERY STABLE. Klrbt-cluss Accommo.latlona In Hverj tiling Pur- tululni ; to thu Livery llublness. Finest Landau in the City 'FOR LADIES VISITING. Ilonrdlnt' n specialty. . Telephone I'd. PIBI.D & COI.E , Props. ' PEARL STflCET RINK STABLE , BUGGIES ? i FUST CUSS IN EVERY RESPECT mm w. DAVIS & GO. IMnltlNltcd in 1877. CINCINNATI , OHIO. BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERED STYLES. ! iOOO < > VcliU-les Aiimmlly. Send for , Price * , Kates iitul Testimonial * . HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER Hrlck u.illdtim nnv kind rntaM or moved nn t s.itlsfiiptInn gimrniitco.1. I'mme liouecs movol onLJcUoaiuat trJc'f j-Uio bojt in tbn w.irlL V 803 Eighth A.vemi3 auJ Eighth Strait , Council Bluffs. , Q-4 AT 4 tty. 226 Broadway , Council Bluffs , TIMOTHY SEED. I Imvo 11 qunntlty of sound , well rleunocl scoJ wlilch 1 offer lit reasonable ) flKurt'B. b'ou.l of the ciop of 1B81. Correspondence solicited. 1G. . IIUTLKH , Scludlor , Town. C. & N. W. Hy. SPECIAL NOTICES. Fpeelal nlveitlseinontp , Euch as Lost , round , To Ixi.ui , Tor S ili , To Kent , Wants , Hoarding. cu ! , 'vill bobiEerfed In this lolunin at the low intuotTE.VCKNTS PKH LINK lortho Hist lnscr tlouand 1'lvo Cents Per Mno for each suliso incut Jnsi'iCon. Iea\e ndxcrtl oinents nt our ofllec , No. K I'cnl street , near nioadnay , Council Illutls. WANTS. \ \ ANTKD A solicitor to work amoni ? rail- ' roml omplojes lor Sfundiud Aeoident In- B'.iinnco coiniiny | : ot Dc'iolt , .Mich , J. 13. A. Co , iiKL'nts. No. n Pottil Sticet , Council lowri. WANTl'D-Klrst c'n s dining loom plrls at thu llcihtolo hotel , llroadway. Council lllitlls. _ _ _ WANTED Five llrst class dining loom glils nt the Iko'itello hotel. POIt BALK Flrst-elass pool table. Apply at llcscuo Undine House. "JTlOll SAMI Union iivonuo hotel piopoity. X1 Specialbiirfiiiln. K.L.t < IiealcMJ llioadway. "plOK SAI.r. Old napors. In tiuantltlcs to suit , JL' itt lice olfico No , K Pearl sti-out. FOIl SAT.K OU TilADH-StocK of millinery and fancy notions All new Hood loca tion. Fnloa 5 > 12OJO u year. O , lies , Councl lllulfB , Iowa. IIoiiHC Rules on uiul niUiIiiy : Inl will tc @ 2.oo and $ .2.50 K er E > siy , Ktceptlntr front iuror ! rooms. D.-iy Hoard , $125 I > ur Month. V , 1'iop. MAIIK IuuriA : , Manuger. Council Ululfs. Choice Display of Lalc t Ial- N , All Council Bluifs -1OS Broad-way. A Select SloeU ol * Choice I\'ovcllicH la. SWAN BROS. , Dealers in Milch Cows. No 502 nnd 500 K. Uroailway.Couneil Mil's JACOB SIMS , ATTORNEY AT LAW OOXJNOIXj I'rnclict'a In State uiul Keilcrnl Cotnls. Hoouih 7 and B , tilmcart Uloek. CUT THIS OUT ! GOOD ii.vrii , jvxt : t. Huvlur made eztcneivo Im- Pioioiacnls anil IIICICUBCU oui tluullitlos , HO wish to cull cspo- dal nttontlon to tlio work now 'iclntr ' tin neil out by us , clulin > at , ' It to bu equal to thut of my onBti-m laundry. In order to Intioduco our \roik outsldo tlie city ol Coun cil IlluHa , o will upon ici'olpt of Uiis ticket , Bcuompiuilud by return postiifro.l.-aiindi y Six Col' , liirnor Oulfa Kitii ; ; , tor either Iddlus or cuutlutucu Home Steam Laundry 5-IO ICrondu'tiy , Council ISiufT * . N , II. Out of town older. ) clvcn piompt at- tuntlon. Wu jiny reuirii cUurifca on ull trurk u < cqlvfilwhon Acuomp uleJ by cuab iu puyinuiil iu lull usuuuut. RUSSELL&Co Mnnufacturoraorull al/.niof Automatic Engines Especially Doslsnoil for Riiiiiilnjr MILLS , GKAINJSLCVATOllS , AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS , Tubular and Locomotive Boilers. New Massillou Cnrey and Woodbury Horse Powers STATIONARY , SKID , Portable and Traction Engines , SAW MILLS , ETC. Factory Massillon , 0. Branch House 510 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. SEND FOR 1836 ANNUAL. Horses' and Mules For all put poses , bought nnd sold , nt lotull and n lots. Large quantities to tolect fiom. MASON WISE , Slrcelt , Near Pacific HouseCounil , Bucs KIEL SALE STABLES llorbits unil Mules Lupt constantly on linnd for culo ut rolull or In cur loinls. Orders proimltly Illluil by contract onshmt notice. Htoolt soli ! on commission. 8HMJTHK Sc 110I.KV , 1'ropiiotors. Stftblo rornor riftli Aveuuo unJ fourth H ; Council Illuffd lawn. \ ' . TOI.I.BVS , I'rcs. T , J , KVAivS , Vlco-1'rcs. JAMUS N , Huow.v , Cuslilor. National Bank 108 MAIN STREET , Capital , $100,000 Authorized Capital 250,000 Stockholders Represent 1,000,000 no H general blinking business. Accounts of bunk * , Imnkets , inurulmnts , mim- ufacturorB and Individuals received on fuvora- Vila terms. Domestic uud foreign exchuiuo. Tliurcry best of uttuntlon iflvoii to all busl QCBS coiuinlttcil to our euro. R. BICE , M. D. or othur tumors removoil nUUout the knife or Urawlnif of blooi. CHRONIC DISEASES or mi kind. . .Peciaur. Over thirty years' pruct.cul oxpuriuirj * . Ko. 11 I'curl Slrout , Couiull Uluds ' THE CA8TEB WHITE Uftfl CD'S ' , DIAMOND BltANP Or STRICTLY PURE 1ESD , ZUC A D Oil Are ubitojululy pure , as rcprceunUnl. Ono calf Ion \ > lll cot or two liuiulrud mid arty square fuot two com ? , mid will tiny on liinL'iir tliaa uuy otla'r paint imuiufauuidl , 1'or cmo by s. Djtucs , TAIKT , Or. ? , Hrc