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0 THE OMAHA DAIJDY BEJB ; FRIDAY , MAY 28 , 1880.
THE DAILY BJSB.
COUNCIlTBLUFFS.
FRIDAY MOltN'ING .MAV. 28.
OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET.
rtlhcml | jy miner In nnypnrtof the oily til
ttunt ) tints iiirw
H. W. TH.TON ,
Tr.l.iriIONE3 : :
US Orrirr. , NIL 4.T.
KniToit No. 23.
MINOH MKNTIO.V.
Now York Plumbing cmnnuny.
Now summer Koods at Hcitur's.
Leonard & Jewel rufriirerntors at
Cooper & McCieo's , No. ! ! Muiu street ,
The Sons of Veterans arc pruparlni ; to
pivc tlioir llrst benefit bull nu.\t Wudnus-
day night.
Liulies , visit tlio Conrcaliuc baking
exhibition at I'urkr. & I'littnur's , anil to
morrow al.Jamu.s & Havorstock's. '
Thrui ) drunks constituted the policu
court business yesterday. Onii paid , two
tjok to the jail. An average day.
Lust night was a grunt onu for rhurt-h
entertainment.- * . The Methodist * . Con-
frrcgatioiiulists and Ibplist.s uieli : held
eoeiiilt.
The cast ! of tlio Slate v.s ( Juorgc Wilson
for htealing a jersey from Culver's store ,
was on trial yesterday in the district
court.
Judgments were rendered yesterday in
favor of W S. Mayni' ami . .1.V. . Itodefcr ,
ngaiiihl the eily , they being claims on
grnding eertilieates.
Justice Suliuiv. yesterday married Saul
Marster.s and Sarah J. lnvK both of
Lonp , Neb. , the ceremony being pur-
formed at his olliee.
Tim memorial services are not to be
changed in accordance with the petitions
lent out by the ( ! . A. H. , but are to be
held on .Sunday.
The veteraiiK desire to remind all citi
zens to make duo | ) rearations | ) for .sup
plying an abundance of tlower.s for Dee
oration Day. There .should be no lack
for the mounds of the fallen heroes.
Mate Wise received yesterday morning
the llne.st lot of mule.10 head , that have
over been in this market As they came
from the depot to his stables they at
tracted much attention.
Judge Loofbonrnw is to deliver the
chief acldre.ss at the memorial feorviees
here next Sunday. It is expected that
Hon. John Y Stone will be present ami
also deliver an address.
Edith A. Shepard , the 2J-year-old
daughter of ( \ 1' . Shcpard , gave a lawn
party yesterday afternoon between anil
ti o'clock to a number of her friends on
the lawn of Mayor Chapman.
The luckless criminal who is brought
before Justiee Schurto receive a .sen
tence has a hor.se .shoe hanging over his
bead. The "good luck" is not always
brought Ij.y a MIOC after all.
'J he assessors' books from all parts of
the county are now in except those of
Council Hind's. They should have been
returned by the third Monday in May ,
but for some reason have been delayed.
The case of the State v.s 1'cter Drury ,
for malicious mischief , was tried in tfic
district court yesterday. The defendant
is a well known farmer of Boomer town
ship , and the oU'ensc consisted of tearing
away a bridge.
The knowledge that the Women's
Exchange can furnish elegant refresh
ments for luncheon parties is spreading
to adjoining cities. An order from Sioux
City was filled this week. Give them a
call. No. I5S Pearl street.
On Sunday morning there will bo me
morial bcrvlees held in the Congrega
tional church , the pastor of which will
preach a sermon appropriate to the day.
A cordial invitation is extended to all ,
and especially the veterans.to be present.
Miss S. D. Hehse.the well known artist
and teacher , has decided to spend the
summer here , and while she will not open
her .studio regularly , .she has decided to
have a sketching class , which will doubt
less be joined by many of the old pupils ,
us well as some new ones. The oppor
tunity offered is an excellent one , and in
and about Council Hind's there are many
views of beauty and excellent subjects for
sketching.
Win. Siedentopf , the insurance man ,
calls his Horse "Nero. " Thosignilieanco
of this choice of a cognomen does not
appear at first , but when it is remem
bered that Nero fiddled while Homo
burned , one cannot be far from a guess.
At that big lire the buildings were not in
sured , and Nero was happy because the
insurance company of which ho was
president did not have to pay for the
loss.
President H. S. Do Forest , of the
Freedmen's college at Talladega , Ala. ,
has lately produced a showing of that
institution , which especially interests his
friends hern. It is a historical sketch of
the college , illustrated with views of the
grounds and buildings. It was published
originally in the Christian at Work , and
is now being sent out in supplement
form to the many friends of the institu
tion. There are now eighteen teachers ,
and an attendance of 805.
Marshal Herbert , of Atlantic , Iowa ,
searched a job printing olliee there for
gambling implements , tools , etc. Ho
found none. If Atlantic's marshal really
wants a game he should come to Council
.Hind's , where there are several gambling
houses so anxious for suckers that they
keep the chips rattling whether a game
is going or not , for fear that some passer
by might not know that there was a
chance to play. The marshal would not
have to hunt around job ollices in Council
Bluffs.
Order your fireworks of the Mcller
Music company , 118 Main struct. Whole
sale only. Mail orders promptly at
tended to.
_ _
1. O. U. K
All Uniformed members of Canton Pot-
tawnttamio No. 01 will moot at I. O. O.
F. hall Sunday , May 80 , all p. in. sharp ,
to attend Decoration services.
Jlw OriK'r of Captain of Canton.
The Hardman piano is still nheml ,
Ono hundred of them were shipped in the
lust two mouths to the London , England ,
pgcney alone.
Fluininuiil Free.
The jury in thocnsa of Mike Flammant
has acquitted him. In this case tlio de
fendant was charged with nssanlt with
intent to murder , the ad'air occurring in
Minuolu three year * ago , us narrated
in yesterday's Itici : ,
Atluntlu'b llrewery.
Complaint was made last week by one
Curtis thnt E , U , Fisher , at Atlantic , was
violating tlio prohibition law. Search
was made and tlio brewery placed in
charge of Deputy Sherid Goodspecd. Mr ,
Fisher demanded that bonds be given for
damages to his business , and security
furnished to indemnify him against all
loss of goods seized. The bonds were not
given , and tlio case was called for trial
Monday morning , It resulted in a ver
dict of "not guilty. " It is claimed that
ten cases of beer seized at the time the
lircwory was closed Imvo not yet been re-
turned.
Mrs. Randolph , tlui famous mind
reader , has just arrived. Tells iiast ,
present and future. Comes well recom
mended. All those wishing to see her
Kill eall at 015 Eighth street , between
Bttth nnd Seventh avenues. Ladies , 25
cents ; cents , 60 cents ,
GROWLERS GRINDING AWAY ,
Council Blnffj Stonily Supporting Its
Charges Against the Union Pacific.
FLAMMANT GOES FREE.
A Sinnlt Senrcli Social Doings
of IlcanttryliiK tliej Com *
UTS' Other tlntl
Aliout TIMVII.
Up the Union Pacific.
Tlio investigation of the charges against
the Union I'aeilie was continued yester
day. The board of railway commission
ers hold their sessions in the parlors of
n home , nnd each day the rooms
are well lilled. Many merchants and
shinpers arc watching the proceedings ,
although there is little learned from the
witnesses beyond what has time and
again been made nnblie.
J'lms fur the evidence hit. " been strongly
in support of tlio claim that Council
Hind's lias been discriminated against ,
and that the Union 1'acillc lias not been
complying with the mandamus. The
fact that Council Hlull's called to the
stand the olllcials ot the road as its own
witne.s-.es to support the charges made
against tlio compauv , indicalcs that
Council Bluffs is 'not afraid of Its
course. Since tlm examination of these
witnesses , a large number of Council
Bluffs shippers have been examined.
They have testilicd Miougl.y in support of
the charges made Thus' far the exam
ination lias been almost altogether in
favor of Council Bluffs. When the
Union I'aeilie gets to showing up its
sidcoflliu enMi and evaniiuiiig its witnesses -
nesses , then the complexion of thu affair
ma > be made to change a little.
Council Hind's has undertaken quite a
la.sk. There .si-cms now little doubt but
that Council Bluff * has losl some of the
advantages it formerly held , I lie stock
yards for Instance , and that there has
been inconveniences in both passenger
and freight traffic. The trrcnt point'of
contention really is whether
changes have been brought about by the
Union 1'iicilie company as a blow to
Council lUull's ami a help tor Omaha , or
whether these changes have come about
from the pleasure of business necessities.
It also remains to be seen whether theM )
causes of complaint can be rcmcdipii.
Council HI nil's has awakened and is mak
ing a brave light. Ate its liuul results
there are as many varied predictions as
there are persons to predict.
One noticeable detail of the investiga
tion is that all of the railway olliciids
who place their names on the Ogdcn
hoiisi1 regihtcr record tliPiiM'lvt" ! us be
longing to Omaha , except \V. 11. Imrus. .
who invariably registers as from "eily. "
It seems then that Council HhiH'i i- > the
ridciiee ! of one of the notiiblegathering.
Alnnager C'alhuvav was not in attend
ance ye.ilcrdav. The only new comer
was W. F. ( JriHith , assibtant general
freight aireut.
Ycsterthiy , Iamcs A. Jackson testified
as to tlie .stock yards in this city being in
fected in 18 1 , and in consequence he
biiU'cred a loss of about thirty head of
cattle. Had not used the Council IJlull's
yards since 1881 on account of that.
Ex-Coiigrcisman 1'nse.v testified as to
the establishment , growth and limil de
cline of business at the stock yards.
Samuel Haas was recalled to the stand ,
and said in his experience in shipping
cattle from the west he and bis men
always bad to leave the caboose in
Omaha ami climb on top of ( he stock
cars in transit to Council Ulull's , in order
to be with the stock : that the accommo
dations ; it the yards in ijncstion , in 1 81 ,
were lirst class , and the same in the two
following years ; in 1881 ho was the lir.st
to ship cattle east after the South
Omaha yards were opened , and in
Cheyenne he was approached by INlr.
Mcbhunc , of the South Omaha yards , and
asked to t-hip them to Omaha ; that Me-
Shane said the attendance at the Council
Ulull's yards was very bad , as w.is the
feed. After arriving at the Council Hind's
yards Mr. Haas found that Mr. McShane
had told the truth. Mr Haas telegraphed
his partner that in shipping cattle to stop
at the South Omaha yards , as the feed
and attendance at the yards in this city
were very poor ; made reports of the con
dition of the yards to tlio Union I'acilio
ollicials , but no remedy came ; had heard
that Mi. William Paxton had said that he
would make Haas go to the South Omaha
yards in the future ; but Mr. Kim ball ,
general traffic manager of the Union
racilie , told him ho would write to L'ax-
ton and that Hans .should have courteous
treatment.
C. A. Ucobc was the next to testify. Ho
claimed that the Broadway depot was
wholly inadequate ; that he could get no
information tnero , they having no agent ,
but simply a check cleric. Freight had
been refused at the depot after 0 o'clock
011 account of there not being room to
accommodate it.
Mr. Merriam , of David Bradley & Co. ,
testified as to the Lincoln train not run
ning through to Com.oil ISlntl's. Various
freight discriminations were also cited by
him. The action of the Unioii I'aeilie in
going back on the arrangement from ex
tension of the track up Twelfth avenue ,
to accommodate Main street shippers was
nlso cited by him. Ho did not know of a
single railroad that did not have its gen-
eraLoflices at its terminus. The Union
I'aeilie was a solitary exception and had
its general ollices at one end of the
stations on its line , instead of Council
Hlull's , which was its legal terminus.
( J. W. Staid , driver for C. A. Hccbe ,
swore as to tlio delay experienced in ship-
Ding freight at the Broadway depot
caused by the facilities being inadequate.
Several other persons testified to sub
stantially the same troubles , umomgthem
being C. U. Wuito of Shugart , Waite &
\Vies.
W. W. Loomis of David Bradley & Co. ,
testified that the facilities at the Broad
way depot were wholly unequal to the
demands made upon it.
Adjournment was had until tlio usual
hour this morning.
Go to the New York Plumbing compa
ny for garden hose. They warrant 'all
they sell. Opera house block.
A Small Scorch.
Yesterday afu rioon a gasoline stove
in the residence of Gns H ijer , Mo. OH
East Pierce fcircet , exploded , causing the
flames to catch the wood work of an
outer room in which the stove was sit
uated. As usual there was a delay in
getting an alarm turned in. No key waa
to be found to the box , and a messenger
Imil to be sent to Geiso's brewery , from
which place a telephone message was
sent in. Before the department could
reach the place the fire had been put out
by hand. The loss was alight. The
building is owned by Mr. Baker.
When the alarm was scut in the team
of the Bluff City lioso cart canio Hying
out of their stalls , but instead of wafting
for the harness to drop upon them , they
pushed through thofront , door , and went
dashing off without any hose cart. They
made ti wild break to put out the fire , but
their zeal exceeded their judgment , and
they had to bo hunted up and brought
back to headquarters ,
Substantial abstracts of titles and rae
estate loana. J.V. . & K. L , Squire , 10
Pearl street , Council Bluffs.
After a thorough investigation wo uro
convinced that the "Quick .Meal" is the
best gasoline stove made und shall make
t our leading stove this season , Cooper
& McUcc. .
Snolnl.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. McConncll
entertained a party of friends at cards on
Wednesday evening at their rcMdenco ,
No. G-.M ) Willow avenue. Among the
guests were Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Clapp.
father and mother of Mrs. MacConncll ,
who are on their return from thn Pact Ho
slope in company with their " -on , I ) . O.
Clapp ; Mr. and Mrs A T. Ehyell , Mr.
anil Mrs T. M. Gtuilt , Mr. and Mrs. K A.
Conovor , Mrs. L. C. McDowell , .Mr. nnd
Mrs II C. Cory , MR Mollie Uice. Mr.
and Mrs. C. 11. Tvler.Mr. and Mrs. 11. 1 .
Van Brunt. Mr. and Mrs. 1) , J. llnckwcll ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Loomis , Mr. and
Mrs O. W. Tliompson.Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I.
Hice , Mr. and Mrs J. N. Baldwin , Judge
Larimer. , , ,
The ladies first prize was awarded to
Mrs. F. M. Gault , while Mrs. (3. H. Tyler
received the second prl/.o. F. M. Gaull
was given the gentlemen's lirst pmo and
J. N. Baldwin tlio second. No consolation
lation prize was awatded.
Seasonable goods of all kinds at hard-
time prices at Cooper ite MeGeu's.
Jjcisler don't handle any snide cigars.
Go to Board for wall paper.
Do Vol sells' 11itiStir \ > \ gis oline
ranges , best in market , o. 501 B'way.
r.oom Mouldings Largest assortment
and lowest prices at Beard's Wall Paper
Snore.
The City of the Dead.
A move is on foot to get it drinking
fountain placed in the cemetery. The
city , under its contract with the water
works , is entitled to si\ public drinking
fountains , but there are only live in place.
The cemetery folks want the sixth one.
It seems that Fnirmount park needs all
that tliu city can supply in the way of
water works improvements. The ceme
tery association and the lot owners can
easily provide themselves with all needed
conveniences at little individual expense.
There Is need of more pride and enter
prise on the part of lot owners in the
cemetery. Many lots are neglected and
are allowed to bo become unsightly by
an ovcrirrowth of foliage and a lack of
care. In many cemeteries the nonresident
dent lot owners pa.y a small sum annu
ally to the se\ton to take care of their
pioport.y and to keen it mown and other
wise in an attractive condition.
The cost would be mil t tilling ,
and the appearance of the
cemetery would' be greatly beautified.
Those who reside here and own lots
would then have further incentive to
keep their lots beautiful. The cemetery ,
as a whole , does not compare favorably
with the ecnielerie.s of oilier cities in the
care shown by lot ouners. It is a most
beautiful M > of naturally , and can bo made
.still more so by care ami needed improve
ments. So long as so many lot owners
show o little inlcre.-t in improving their
lots , it seems that the city at large can
hardly be o.xpceted to do so.
Beard has an immense slock of wals
paper and room moulding ; which must
be turned into cash , s-odown go the price
at Beard's.
Two east front lots on Seventh street
and 1-irst avenue , only one block from
Baylis&park. For .sale by Forrest Smith.
The "Quick Meal" is a quick seller ,
come and get one before they are gone ;
Cooper it McGco.
If you want to buy a lot for u private
residence buy one of the two on Seventh
.street and First avenuu. For sale by
Forrest Smith.
I'nt-soiial I'nrnm-apiin.
Colonel C. H. Scott , of Omaha , was in
the eily yesterday.
Mrs. Harlow , of Avoca , daughter of
Areli Coffnian , is iu the city.
A. W. Askwith and Fremont Benja
min aie among the attorneys attending
court.
Mr. Horace Everett left yesterday for
an eastern trip , intending toi it Bo.ston
and other points.
C. L , Dunham , of Avoca , n prominent
druggist of Unit place , was in tne city
yesterday , accompanied by hi.s wife.
Chief Matthews is able to bo up and
about , although hih arm is still in a bad
condition as the rc.Mill of Stileu's .shot.
James Beard and wife , of Mapleton ,
Iowa , returned to their home to-day ,
after spending .several days with Airs.
General Dodge , their si.ster.
Rev. J. W. Crofts went to Logan yes
terday to attend tin- Sunday school con
vention there and take hi.s part on the
program , it being nn address to bn deliv
ered last evening on the subject "The
Influence of the Bible on Lite and Char
acter. "
F. M. Young , who has been steward at
the Ogdcn house for nearly two years ,
leaves on Tuesday for Clmdron , where ho
will take a position in the depot hotel.
He has not only shown himself to be a
valuable hotel man , but hus made many'
friends here
S. C. Osborno , of Glonwoodj the com
ing state auditor , was in the city yester
day. The mention of his name for this
position lias called forth many hearty in
dorsements from the press of western
Iowa , and the press has but reflected the
sentiment of many citizens. It seems
now that this nomination would bo con
ceded to this part of the state , and if so
Air. Osborne will doubtless be the man.
Lotus go to Charlie Hosier's und got a
good cigar. No. 403 Broadway.
Before buying a gassolino stove sec the
"Quick Meal" at Cooper AMcGce's
Hcislor sells the best So and lOc cigars
in the market. No ! ( ) : . ' Broadway.
Two centrally located lots , on Seventh
street and First avenue. Onlv one block
from Broadway and three blocks from
Main street. See Forrest Smith , No , 180
Main sticut.
Satisfaction guaranteed with every
"Quick Meal" gasoline stove , or money
refunded. Cooper & McUeo ,
Q if4 rwirs and Small iVo'flts.
Drug Record ; A man nlllieted with
deifne ; > s took a piescrintion to a Topcku
druggist who filled it with care and in
the latest style. The deaf man asked the
price when the following talk occurred :
Druggist ( leaning on the corner and
smiling in a won't-you-pay-iip manner ) .
"The price is sevfuity-livo cents. "
Deaf customer "Five cents'1 ! Hero it
is. "
Druggist ( in a louder voice ) "Seventy-
fiv cents , please. "
Deaf customer"Wull '
customer - , there's your
five cents. "
Druggist ( in a very loud voice und very
firm manner ) . " ! nud scventy-livo
cents. "
Deaf customer ( getting angry ) "Well ,
what moro do yon wantv J ju t gave you
five cents. "
Druggist ( sotto voice ) . "W ell , go to
thunder with your medicine. 1 made
three cunts , any way. "
Practical Advice to Gli-Ie.
A Vermont editor gives the following
advice to the ladles : "When you have
got a man to the sticking point that i.s ,
when ho proposes , don't turn away your
Lead , or affect a blush , or refer mm to
pa , or ask for some time ; all those tricks
arc understood now ; but just loon him
right in the face ; give him a hearty
'buss' and tell him to go nnd order a
cradle. "
Go to Beard for rooni mouldings.
We have n few water coolers which wo
uill sell veiy cheap ttojcloso them out.
Cooper & McGcc.
rf
J'ho Quick Mcnl is a quick seller. Come
and get one before they arc gone. Cooper
vV : MeGce.
Rev. lr Hoidingsfcjtlcr , New Orleans ,
endorses St. Jacobs Oil for rheumatic
pains.
CARPETS
-AND-
DRYAND
Our carpet stock is large and well se
lected and is kept full by the arrival of
new , fresh goods. It comprises
Moquettes ,
Body Brussels ,
Tapestry ,
Ingrain , Etc.
LACE ( MIS ,
Tambour ,
Turcoman ,
Etc. Curtains made and hung. Carpets
made and laid by skilled workmen.
Wo are offering a fine line of \ \ hitc
Goods ,
Beautiful Embroidery ,
Oross Patterns ;
Snsr Dress Goods ,
And Snvito customer's t o.xumineonr
stock bcforo purchasingoltiewhero. 1'rices
reasonable and gooils as represented.
We have lately introduced special bar
gain tables that comprise tlio best values
offered in any market.
Cooti H-u-e at 'n- .
< SJIH > @t < iiii > e < l 'ijmv ulR ill lOc.
Ftsiu IteuHtirully , htauiped
at ! 5 < - , ( tail * liie price
elsewhere.
O.IC , 8Oc.
llful EJ-.irrutt I'laid I > rcss
* at U5e per yard ; wurlliIOf. .
The ! > c. ( Coivicf , 7&C , usually
.old for 81.25.
These are a few of the many bargains
that can best be appreciated by personal
examination.
Daily watch this column for future
changes.
40 ! Broadway , Council Bluffs
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Special udvurtUcinrnts , euirli us Lost , round ,
To I.oan.FoiSale , To Kent , Wniits. Hoanlins ; ,
etc. , will beliircrtod in tlilo column at tbu low
ratoofTiNCr.NTS : I'KIl LINK lortho first inser
tlonuud 1'lvc Cents 1'or Line for eitch subsc.jiiont
Intortloti. I.UUMI advertisements nt our oOic-o ,
No. 12 Peal street , nuir llroaUwoy , Council
Illuira.
WANTS.
FOK SAI.E-Two lots So U-ct fromK. W.ll'y
track , Biiltnblo for warehouse or factory
purpose ? . II. L Shoafo , SJO Ilroadwny.
Foil SALH Union nvcniio hotel property.
Hpoclal bargain. K. L. Slioife ; , tJDj Ilioadway.
FOK SALB Old naporfl. In Quantities to eult ,
at lluo oulco No. 1 Pearl street.
FOIl SALB OH TilADE-Stoclt of millinery
and fancy notions. All new Good loca
tion , gales $12,000 a year. O , Dee , Councl
DliUTs , Jowiu
TIMOTHY SEED.
I linvo o quantity of sound , well cleaned BOO !
wliloh 1 odor at reasonable ; flmiiea good of the
crop of 1SEV Corrobpondoiico aollclted. V , O.
1IUT1.13H , Rclmllor. Iowa. C. & N. W , Ry.
KIEL SALE STABLES
HorBcs and Mules kept Constantly on hand
for sale at retail or In car load * .
Orders proindtly tilled \Y \ cqntraot ou short
notice. Stock sold on commission.
8UI.UTBU & BOLUy , Proprietors.
Btablo Coiner Filth Avenut ? and Fourth St
Comma Illuira lows. r '
Uanufcctttrenof all ilzeiof
Automatic Engines
Especially Deslsncxl for Hunnlair
MILLS , GUAINiKLEVATOHS ,
AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS ,
Tubular and Locomotive Poilera.
New Mossilloa Thresher * .
Carey and Woodbury Horse Powers.
STATIONARY , SKID ,
Portable and Traction Engines ,
SA\V MILLS , ETC.
Factory Massillon , 0. Branch House
610 Pearl St. , Council Bluff * .
BEND FOB 1888 ANNUA
WHOLESALE AND JOBBING
KCOXTSES OF
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DKEKE , WELLS & CO. ,
Wholesale
Agricultural Implements , Bng'hi ,
Ciu-rlngc * , Etc , Ktc. Council lllufTs , Iowa.
KEYSTONE MANTKACTl'lllNtT'ca
> in * o tlio Urlgmnl nmt Complete
Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill & Press ,
COIIN 9I1P.I.IKM * AND KKKU CTTTKUS.
Nos. l.'Ol , 1VJI. 1.W mid 1.7)7 ) snath Mnln Street ,
Council llltiiN , lown
DAVID IWADLKY , V CO. ,
Mnnufisim I. lubber * of
Agricultural Iraplemenls.Wagons . , Buggies ,
. nml nil kin U or rnrm Machlncrr.
1100 to 1110 South Mnln Street , Council Illiiir-i ,
lown.
K.O. at.R\5ON , T. lt.Iomit.\H , Oito.K. WiiimiT.
lVo&Trcns. V.ProiM in. Sou .VCounsol.
Council BluQs liable Factory ,
( Incorporated. )
Maaurnctuieroof Axle , I'ick , Slodtro and Stintl
Handle * , of ovcry description ,
CAlll'KT * .
COUNCIL BLUFFS CAUl'ET CO. ,
Curtains Window Shades
Carpets , , ,
Oil ( 'lothg , Curtain Fixture * , UphoMpry ( JooJs ,
Etc. No. 405 Hroadwny Council HlulTs ,
Iowa.
cm A if s , ron.trro , KTC.
PEHEGOY & MOOKE ,
Wlmlponlc Jobbers In the
Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes.
NOB. KSMnin Htul 27 I'pnrlSts , Council
lown.
COMMISSION.
SNYDKR & LKAMAN ,
Wlmlwalo
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
No 141'u.irl St. , Council UlulN.
DJtVOUISTS.
HAKLE , HAAS & CO. ,
Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass ,
s' Finulrlpq. IHc1. No. 'JJ Mnln St , nnJ
No. " 1 1'onrl St. , Council Illuirs
1)11 V
M. E. SMl'lII & CO. ,
ra ail Iffnu of D/ GI ) ) ) ,
Notions , Ktc. Nn < . 112 nnd III Mnln St. , Nos. 11.1
niiU in IViirl bt . Council Illuirs. lown.
O. W. DUTTS ,
Wholesale Califoraii Frait ? a Spsciilty
Uonprul CainniKs on. No. 513 nrondwny ,
Council
WHIT & DUQUIiTTE ,
Wholesale
Frails , Confcctionsry & Fancy Grocaries.
Uos. 10 nnd 18 I'oarl St. . Coun-il Ill'iir- " .
L. KIRSUHT & CO. ,
Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Also Wholesale Liquor Doalerq. No. 410 liroad-
vrny. Council
HAJtXKSS , KTC.
BECKMAN & CO. ,
Mnnn'ncturers of and \Vholcanlo Deilers In
Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc.
No. KJ Mnln St. . Council IllutTd. lown.
HATS. CAPS. ETC.
METCALF BROTHERS ,
Jobbers la Hats , Caps aal Glovas.
Nos. 3U and SI4 nroadwny , Council Dluffs.
UKAVY HAlinn'AKE.
KEELINE & FELT ,
Wholesale
Iron , Steel , Nails , Heavy Hardware ,
And Wood .Stock. Council Hindu , I own.
HIDES AXD WOOL.
D. 11. McDANELD & CO. ,
Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides ,
Tullow.Wool , Polls , ( irt-noo nnd Fun Council
Illiilfs Jown.
UlLS.
COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. ,
Wholesale Boalorg In
Illuminating SL Lubricating Oils Gis
E3TO. , E3TC.
B.Thcodoro , Agent , Council niuSTa. Iowa.
LU3IDEH. PILIXO , KTC.
A. OVERTON & CO. ,
Hard Wood , Southen Lumbar , Piling ,
And Drldfro Muterlnl Spoclnltlr > RWliolesnlo I/um
ber ol all Kinds. Ulllco No. 130 Main St ,
Council lllutra. lowiu
' 1NKS AN1) L.K1UUKS.
JOHN LINDER ,
Wholesulu
Imported and Domestic Wins ; & Liquors.
Agent foi-Bt. fiotthani'B Her ! ) Illttcri. No. 13
Main St. Counrll Illulls.
SCHNEIDER & BECK ,
Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liqnors ,
ffo G' Main ft. . Council lihifft.
Justice of the Peace.
Office Orer American Bipress Comounr.
Hi I 1. tunw UU Ul
DIAMOND BRAND OF
STIUCTLJ PURE LE1D , ZIKC AKD OIL
Are absolutely pure , as represented. Ono gal
lon will cover two hundred and Ilfty equaru
foct two conlp , and will stay on lonirer thun any
other paint manufactured. 1'or sale by
Dituos , PAINTS , OU.B , KTO
Horses and Mules
For all purposes , bought and gold , at rotull ami
n lota. Ijirge quantities to select from.
MASON WISE.
Slrcett , Near Pacific House.Counil . Bucs
STEAM DYE WORKS
MRS.C.LGILLETTE'S ' HAIR GOODS STORE
No 29 , Main St. , Council Bluffs , Opo , Postofflc * .
WHERE DO YOU BUY BUGGIES ?
BIS ? CUBS ii mil
UMl In 1S77.
CINCINNATI , OHIO.
BUILD OVER FIFTY DIFFERED STYLES ,
aoOOO VohU'let Aiuuiull } ' . Sontl for Cutnloijuo , Price * , Freight
Itnte * and
andw.
w.
HOUSE MOVER AND RAISER
Prick ti.itMltii anv klml rnlen'1 nr imveil nml satlsfnctlon pimrn'it ' < ' - > M. I'mmo houses movoJ
HLIuleOla.it Iruaij llm bojt lu tlm worll
808 Eighth \voini3 aul Eighth Strujt , Council Bhilft.
4a.U . , ft
ftW
.
ti. ' r"
226 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
SWAN ES.0.3. ,
Dealers in Milch Cow * .
m At Our Stock lards
No 502 and 50G E. Broadw.iy.Council Bffs
JACOB SIMS ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Piactk'cs In State and Federal Coin Is.
Kooins 7 and b , Slm ait lllock.
CUT THIS OUT !
< 7 O ! > ILVFEiL , .BUXEJ I.
made extensive Im-
r-jtumi'iits mil increased our
HL'llitUv , wo wish to rail espo-
til uttc-ntion lo tlio work IIOTT
bplnjr tin-no 1 out by us. claim-
In ; ? It to he equal to Unit of
nny pHMi-rn laundry-
In order to introduce our
work outside the city of Coun
cil Uluffs , wo will upon rpc-el | > t
of this ticket , accompanied by
rctni n iiostnse.L-iundry Six Col
lars or Outfs KKEE , for either
ladles or gentlemen
Home Steam Laundry
54O Broadwny , Council ESlufls.
N , II. Out of town order * pivcn prompt at-
cntlon. Wo pay icturn ehaiBOS on nil work ro
nvedwlicn iicaoraiodpan by caali In puytncnt
nfull amount.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT
HAIR GOODS
WIOS MADE TO ORDER.
337 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa
DRESHAKlliG
( BY THK TAYLOR SYSTEM. )
MRS. L. SIMMONS ,
No. ill4 Broiictivay.
In order to establish ray reputation In ( "oiinrll
niulTH for flno work. I will Fflll THIS PIll'.gUNT ,
do all cultlnw. flttinK and mafclnpr an chuap as it
IB done elsewhere. Ladlei need have no fear of
nilhtlte UN my expcrlenco guarantees perfect
tatisfactlon.
CARPETS
C'liolce Display of I nlcst I'ut-
leriix. All
Council Bluifs
HARPE
4OS Broadway.
A Srleft Slock or Choice
\OVClllCS ! III.
CURTAI
MONEY MADE
In Biiyliifr the Followinir I'mjinrty in
the next thirty days :
MUI.LIN'S ADDITION.
Lot L , lllock X I Ixit It ) , lllock 18.
Lot r. , lllock IJ. | I/Jt 4 , III.JCX 1.
KVKHBTTS ADDITION' .
Lot ! , , lllock . I Lot 8 , itlnck I' ' .
Lot 2 , lllock 7. Ixit : i , lllock : il.
Ixil ( , IIIOCK 'J. \ Ixit & , lllock M.
Lot t , lllock 1 , llayllss' Addition.
This property will lie Kold at a treat incrillco ,
and emerpilblnu men will , no doubt avail tliom-
tclvt'sof a rare oppoituuily to muko money.
Apply to 1'IIANK COOK ,
llcioin T , Stuijrart lllock , Council Illnffs , Iowa ,
China. Glusswaro uiul LauipB ,
\V. S. Hoiucr & Co. .
No. U3 , Main St.Council Blulls , lu.
I bavo tin larges1 ; ai.il most com
plete line oC
NJSW MILLINERY
AND M
NOTIONS
In the city. I am elo.siiiK out
LESS THAN JOBBERS' PRICES. '
t
You w'll lind all the latest novelties in * '
hats , bonnets , llowers , plumes , tips , ribbons - , I
bens , gau/es , erases and other styles off i '
trimmings. ' ? I
Goods Must Be Sold. j i I
Best of Bargains ever offered. Call
: ind sjc them.
J. J. BLISS ,
No.8e.8 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Creston House ,
The only butcO InCounell liluirs having
Fire
And all modern IiuproirmcntH.
U15.21T und 319 Main vt.
MAX MOI1N , Prop.
L. W. TULI.ETP , Pros. T. J. HVANS , VIco-I'roi.
JAMUS N. HIIOWN , Cashier.
Council n'M
102 MAIN STKEET ,
Capitol $100,000
Authorized Capital 250,000 ,
Stockholders Represent 1,000,000
rjo a jroneial banking tnislntt v
Accountauf banks , bankers , merchant * , num.
ufactnrors and Individuals received on favor-
.
lilu ttirms.
Domostlcand forolifii cjcchanyo.
TUovury best of munition . sli-on tj all liujt
nt'fs commuted to ourru.
rat SM
Grown and selected from Mnscatin
.Seed by
J. R. McPherson ,
( j rower and Dealer in
i : IM..VXTH , > (
AM > n'
Council
OFFICER & PUSEY ,
COUNCIL m.lTJ'.M , IA.
EstablUbod 16ST.
R. RICE , M. D.
or oilier tumors romqve < l vflihQUt
the knlfo or driwuu of hlo i L
CHRONIC DISEASES i u uad. .
Ovrr thirty years' nrict.cnloriiarlauj .
Ko. 11 Pourl Strcift. Coiiui II Illuil'
Hr ( 'ONS.ULTAPnON I'll'

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