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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY. JULY KJ , 1880.
TIMS PA FLY BJJi\ ? ) ! COUNCIL BLUFF § . , TL'KSDAYMOHNINC ? , Jl'LY. in. Ol-riCE , NO. 12 , PEAKL STREET. fclfvi rt > < ) by roriu-r in nny pnrt of thr city tit tttftil II. W. TII.TO.V , jir MpOriirB , No. 4.1 NKIIIT l.ixioii No. 21. .MINOR 311 Now York riiniibinir company. Punts to onlor ! * . * > , by Koilor , tlio tailor. Tin * rit- council is ( o tneul this OVUM- hitf. hitf.Apron Apron Knliljcr Company's hoie at Cooper A : Mi-Ccii's. Bliss is spiling Koods lit lialf price. Bilk" ! will soon close. IMTI ! Nnjrciitvliistln.s all the limn now. Jt'n a hey u bouncer. Osi-ar Ki'iiliiiurr is linildiiiK hir/jo / rowlioiil for .Miiiuiwii lake. Only ! ? : . ' . * > > per defer lint class cahino photos at Schmidt' ) * , S-'O Main. Tlic Hiiuc-h liabcn.s corpus CHC : lias been roiitiiuiril until ni'xt Thursday. A lar ji company of Mormons arrived here Sutnntay nielli from I hi ) cast. For material and designs tor suits HO to Kiscman'H People's Store. Alonuy saved by buying at .J..f.Stolter's Fanners' Store , 505 upper liroadway. The Coiifrn'fjalionaiist.s have a social Friday evening at tliu home of Mrs. Waite. QTliu remains of littln Friday Allen wer yesterday taken to Winlurtul for inter ment. Material for Habics' Hathing Suits in nil the latest colors ami stripes at Kise- man'.s People's Store. All the comlorls of high-priced hotels at the 1'aeilic llon e , and a .saving of Mete to $1.00 n day. Trv it. Perfect satisfactory aecommodations at ? ' ! . < ) < ) a day at the I'acilic llotiio. ( ! i\c it a trial and he convinced. It keeps the reporters busy keeping up witli the names of Cut-oil' , alias Man hattan , alias Manawa , etc. Permit to marry has been given .Samuel Hariris , of Ncola , and Isabella Miller , of ( 'amm , Win. Hill and Minnie Norton , both of Council ItttiU'H. Charles Hci.sler is ( King up Hie store room , No.IOJ Hroadway , with bath rooms , etc. , and in a few days will re move liis barber shop , .Judge Aylesworth has gone tnChicago , and will be absent until Thursday. Tlic woolsack of the superior court'will be bold down by .Justice Schur * . The National Mromun's association meets at Providence , It. I. , August M. The distance being so great Council Hinds will hardly bo represented. Pcrgons wishing to know how to make Untiring Suits can receive the desired in formation and also the last novelties and material for the same at Kisman'o Pee ple's Store. ,1. P. llimlmcll , of DOS Monies , is said to be planning on getting up a city ilir.ic- tory for Council lilnll's. liutween him ntul the other parties who are at work on one , Counei ! Hlnll's ought to gel at least one good directory. Another 1801 silver dollar has been found at Anita in this state. It cost the owner $8. These ISO I dollars are gctlinj ; altogether too njuncrous to command the price of .tfiUO , which is said to bo the market value set upon them. Ollicer Ueswick yesterday found a tramp stealing a ride on the brakes ot a train coming in from the west , lie iravo his name as William Kahn , a'nd claimed to have come most of the way from Den ver by this hazardous mode of riding. The council called for the consideration of thoordination of Prof. K.V. . Smith will meet at the Baptist church at 2 o'clock to morrow afternoon. Ordination services are expected to take place in the ovonhi" . All are cordially invited to attend both afternoon and evening meetings. The Chicago & Hock Island photograph car , with a corps of artists , was here yes terday .to lake views of Fail-mount park and Cut-OU'lake. The railway company is gathering up views of interest and beauty all along its line , and will publish them in due time. Two young men are working the city for a new directory. There is need of a jirst class directory , none having been issued for years past. A poor directory is not wanted , however , as the city has bad enough of these. If the work proves to be of the right kind it will meet a long felt want. The Hailroad Section Foreman is the name of a now paper published at Mount Auburn , la. , in the intoriwts of the rail way employes as the name indicates. Its columns are filled with a class of news ot peculiar interest to railway men , and the iiold is a larger one than would bcom at iirst thought. A number of the Knights Templar wont to llarlan to institute a eommandcry there It is .said that the Omaha Boat club lias sent a man over to Manawa lake to iijspeet the same and make a report to the club with an idea of removing from their Cut-oil'lako. It is claimed that this committee of one is very favorably im- nrutfsc'l with the lake , beach , etc. , and his report will bo such that no doubt the club will take some action. The passionist brothers , Charles , John mid Alexis , are holding a mission at tlio Catholic church this week , the meetings being for the men. Last week the meet ings wore for the women. They are earnest , eloquent speakers , and NOUIII to bo doing a great work. Last Sunday they were \Veston , and went out yes' terday forenoon to finish the work there. The meetings hero will bo hold every evening and all are invited. A now bath house was erected at Cut- on" lake yesterday , the .same capacity as that put up last week. The new one will be for gents and the other for ladies. Anew now boat fiotiso js being put up at Murks' landing , and is to bo used lor private boats and boarders. About two hundred feet of railing ami posts have been put infer for the bitching of teams , and u man is now engaged to look after them. A plan is on foot tor a corduroy road , by which those with teams can reach the beach much easier than by the present way. Another poor unfortunate lias'been picked up and taken to the city jail for care , lie is evidently snU'ering from some disease which affects his head , and ist'o weak as to be unable to stand. He gives his name as James O'liricn , and hays the last place be worked in was Fort Hiloy. He gives a verv mixed ac count of himself , but insists that he was in jail in Omaha for a month and that ho was brought across the river yesterday by two oliieors , wbo left him here , while they turned back to the big city over the way He had a bundle of clothing and a dollar or to in money. JJ , Hliss will close business in a few duys. Ladies wanting millinery or no tions will find nice goods at half price. Come and got some of the best bargnins ever ollered , Fine pasture , plenty of water and good attention for 800 beau of stock about five miles north ot liroadway anil Main street. Inquire of L. P. Jiulson , No. ' IWD Sixth avenue , or Charles Palmer at pasture on lime kilu SUIBLll RESORT vSUBJECT 'Che Beautiful Places Where Leisure Ho ? menu Can Be Pleasantly Spent. A LAKE IN FAIRMOUNT PARK. A llroailwnj Saloonkeeper Victimized With a HOKUM Cheek Unoc Hall "Minor Mentions unit I'orsonnls. A Iial < o In l-'itlriiiniml Park. The crane over Cut-on" lake , Manhat tan.beach , and Mirrounding bathing and boa ! ing places , has demonstrated the fact that Council HluflV is eager for some Mich breathing and playing snot. It is evident that n Mttnmer report within easy access of the city will not lack for patronage. There is a general feeling of uncertainty as to Manhattan beach , it not being cer tain but that another year may bring many changes , by the river changing its course ? , ov by ome other of the many causes which render the shores of the Missouri M ) shifting. This uncertainty makes it ditllcult to pcr.Miadc persons to make needed improvements there in any iierinanenl form , if it was curtain that it would continue to b' > as favorable a resort as now , it would pay to make easy roads for teams and launch some steam ers and sail boats. The enthusiasm already shown has caused considerable discussion about the ncccsity for some such -sort and the best way to supply the need. Apian is being talked up for making Fan-mount park jiiit such a place as is needed. It is located within walking distance from the heart of the city , it is one of the most beautiful natural parks In the whole country. There is abund ance of _ room , a variety ot'sceueiy , shady trues , in fact every needed feature for one of the most popular resorts except water. If then ; can boa water supply the place will lie made complete. It is suggested that the natural basin for a little lake already exists. All that would ' be needed would'bo to dam ; i short dis tance on the southern end of the "horse-Mioe. " There would needs bo some arrangement made so that the bottom would be made to hold the water , the .soil being porous. The. expense , as roughly estimated , would not reach the amount necessary to improve almost unv oilier resort within reach of the city. The expense would bo trilling in comparison with what is usually ex pended on providing any such place , with a nice little lake , on which boats could move about , with other water at tractions , the place could bo made a lavoritc resort for thousands , where it is now visited lij hundreds. It is also suggested in connection with I ho same plan that the privileges could bo sold by the park commissioners for quite a * iini unough to go a long ways towards paying the expenses of main taining such a publicresort. . Tim boat ing privilege , ieo cream and refresh ment booths , qnpitintf , bowling alleys , or any other legitimate snorts which the commissioners would allow there would pay handsome revenue. In the winter the. same lake could bo used for skating carnivals , the high banks protecting from the winds. It. is thought that the plan can be carried out , and the park made a great resort for the people of this vicinity. There has been some question as to bow such an artificial lake can bo tilled. Investigation is to be made as to the ad visability ol making some arrangement with the water worl.s company. Another ideasuggcsted is the sinking of a well. Some way can doubtless bo found , as it is done in other cities. Council lilull's has the advantageof all other cities in having a park which is so arranged by nature that little expense is required for filling or cutting , and with the banks of the lake already made , it seems that ways can certainly bo devised for furnishing the water. The park commissioners are willing to go into the improvement of the park so far as the means would allow. Tlic people ple would doubtless see to it that they have all the means necessary if plans can be matured by which all wi'll have free access to a park which will at the same time be a summer resort. Highest prices paid for county , town , city and school bonds. Odell Hro.'s & Co. , No. 103 Pearl street , Council UluQs , Iowa. Substantial abstracts of titles and real estate loans. J. W. & K. L. Squires , 10 Pearl street , Council HlulVs. The Quick Meal gasoline stove con tinues to grow in favor , and it is with diflieulty that wo have been able to sup ply the demand for them so far this sun- HOU. Try one. COOPUH & MCEE. ( ! /V / Trick Turned. Hans Christofors-on , a young fJcrman who keeps a saloon on Hroadway , thinks ho is the victim of misplaced confidence , and others are quite sure he is. A young man who has been at work on thegovern- ment building , giving his name as J. L , Burg , has been acquainted with him for two or three weeks only. Last Friday Burg had a check for if 18..r > 0 , signed by J. B. Anderson , which ho said ho had re ceived for his pay. the men bntng paid oil' in cheeks Instead of cash. Burg said he had been down to the bank to get it cashed , but the bank refused to cash it , the check being drawn on the First Na tional bank of Omaha , and Burg being a stranger. The bank folks had told him they would cash it if some Council lilull's man whom they knew would endorse it. Christoferson was willing to accommo date him to tliis extent and so endorsed the check. The fellow got the cash and disappeared , .saying lie was going to Uavenport imt would bo back to-day. The check was sent over to Omaha , but thrown out there , they knowing no such party as the one whose signature ap peared on the check. Christoferson made inquiry and learned that the men were not paid oil' in checks , but in cur rency. Ho also learned that Burg had told the men at the government building that he had to go over to Omaha on ac count of the death of a brother , and would be back Monday morning to go to work again. An information was tiled agajnst him before Justice Sclmr/ yester day , but lie has probably put such a dis tance between himself and Council Hlnll's , by this time , that he will hardly bo caught and brought back. Go to the New York Plumbing com pany for garden hose. They warrant ail they sell. Opera house block. Stenographer and typewriter. O. Mini- son , witfi M. F. Hohrer , over 0. B. Na tional bank. nioii. \Vcstou , Neb. , July 0 , 1880 , Mrs. Sail ) ' Hopkins , wife of Win , K , Hopkins and mother of ( ieorge II. Hopkiirs. Mrs. Hopkins was in her seventy-sixth year , liavinz been born in Knosburgh , Vt , , No vember 13 , 1810. For several years her family were residents of this city. About two years ago they removed to Nebraska. Her remains were brought hero for burial and laid at rest in the family Jot in Fairview - view cemiitery. She made a profession of religion when young and always lived a humbitt Christian , ahynys sympathizing with 'the suflcrinfT , and there wa. but little time in her whole life that she did not have some .sick and suffering one to care for. And in her last ( lnyssliM\a.s ( comforted by the .sf yi < \ tor.derost f'-r , all the pntlftu of ( ioil in her s-oul. Try it. Best Cream Soda in city -c * per glass at Palmer's , No. 10 Main * 1. See that your books are made by More- house & Co. , Hoom 1 , Kverett block. Itase Iltill. The return game between led ? Oak and the Mueller Music Co. team will take place at the driving park one week from to-day , July lit ) , at ! I p. m. The game will fie very closely contested as it will be the odd one , each team Inning won olio game. . . . . . . . i > B Personal 1'arnijraplis. B. F. Croasdale , of Little Sioux , was at tlie I'acilicesterday. \ . 1) . L. Heinsheimer , of ( Jlenwood , was in the city yesterday. Harry Haworth , the check rower man , spent his Sunday at Spirit Lake. Ur. Thomas JellVies , wife ami two daughters , have gone to Toronto. Miss Eva HaKton left Sumla.V evening for an extended visit with relatives in dillerent parts of Canada. F.L. , Davis , the loan , l.intl and Insur ance broker of Missouri Valley , has gone to Colfax for a month's stay. 1. N. McBeth , formerly general live stock agent of the Chicago , Uook Island & Pacific road , \vas in the city yesterday. Miss Anna Palmer left last evening for Salt Lake in company with MisslSollio Walker , who is on her way to her homo. Thos L. Smith has put up an io i cream and lemonade stand at Cut-oil' lake and will be prepared to serve the public from to-day on through the season. Mrs. Governor Halo passed through here yesterday , having been visiting her ( Jluuwood friends , and now being en route for the northern part of the stale. C. K. Kdgerton and Thomas Harvy , of Avoea. skipped out for Canada last eve ning via the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad with the Knights of Pythias excursion. Kirkland. the jeweler , has removed to ! fcj5 ! Broadway , Singer ollire. All the latestnovelties for bathing suits at Kisonmn'd People's Store. Cut Hates. Chicago without rebate , DOS Moincs $1 , Davenport § 1 , Koek Island § 1 , Sig- ourney $1 over the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul road. Ticket olllce No. ! P i.arl street. _ FOR THE LAWYER'S SCRAP-BOOK. Sonic Kcccnt Legal Decisions on Im portant Points. Notice of loss to express company. The receipt of any express company for articles intrusted to it contained the fol lowing stipulation : "This company is not to be liable in any manner , or to any extent , for any loss"damagc , or deten tion of such package , or its contents , or of any portion thereof , occasioned by the acts of God" or the public enemy , mobs , riots , and other defined casualties , "tm- lessjspceially insured by this company and so specified in tins receipt. In no event is tins company to be liable for a greater sum than thai above mentioned , nor shall it bo liable for any such loss unless the claim therefor shall be made jn writin gat this ofileo within thirty days from this date. " A package of money for which the receipt was given was lost , but no notice of the loss was given until six or seven months after the date of the re ceipt. The trial court ruled that the stipulation for notice of loss in thirty days from date applied only to the case of loss by the act of Goil or other speci fied causes. The supreme court , how ever , reversed this ruling , holding that the words "such loss" had no reference to the means by which the loss was occa sioned , but that notice was necessary ami proper where the Joss was occa sioned by means which would not excuse the company. ( Southern Express com pany vs. Glenn et al. ; supreme court of Tennessee. ) Arbitration ii building societies : Where the rules of building societies in Kngjaiul provided for the settlement of all disputes between the societies and their members by arbitration these in cluded disputes arising out of mortgage deeds between them , and , therefore , suits at law could not be brought upon such disputes. In 1831 the building societies' amendment act was passed , and in this it was declared that the word "disputes" in the rules of a society should only refer to disputes between a society ami a mem ber'in bis capacity as a member , ' " and should not imply to any dispute "ns to the construction and efleet of a mortgage deed" made between them. A construc tion of this definition was recentjy given by the English eon11 of appeals in a suit brought by the Western Suburban Build ing society against a member to recover a sum of money alleged to be duo him upon a mortgage. The court hold that the dispute was not with the moinhcr in his capacity as a member , but as a mort gagor , and therefore thattho action could bo brought. Imperfect Incorporation : Certain per sons undertook to associate themselves together as a corporation , but the proper steps were not taKon. Contracts were made by these persons as a corporation , and the creditors sued them individually and recovered a judgment. On appeal the judgment was atlirmcd , the court holding that the attempt to become incor porated but not having been com pleted was inell'ectual to limit the individ ual liability of the associates , and upon any contract which they may be found to have authorized to bo made , or which they may have ratified , although in terms the contract was made as the contract of the association or assumed corporation , the members may bo held lo an individ ual responsibility. ( Johnson vs. Corscr , Supreme courl of Minnesota , ) Unauthorized Insertion in a Note : A note signed in blank authorizes the party lo whom it is delivered to fill in the blanks in respects essential to the completeness of the note as a note , such as the date , the amount , the name of the payee , and the piano of payment , but this does not authorize the holder to crowd into the body of tint note a stipulation in no man ner essential to the note as a complete in strument. Thus the insertion of a clause providing that a note would bear after maturity a greater rate of interest than the rate allowed by law was unauthor ised , and such an unauthorized insertion would release an accommodating indorser from liability on such a note. ( Mover- hauser vs. Dunn ; court of appeals of New York. ) Continuance of Business Under As signment : Where a docd in trust for the benefit of creditors , convening a stock of merchandise and a growing crop , con tained a recital to the ollect that the maker wished the business to bo carried on for three years or longer by 'the trus tee , authorized the trustee to buy new poods for the purpose of replenish' ing the stock , ami provided that the maker should bo retained to assist the trustee in the business subject to his au thority , it was hold that such deed was void on its face. ( Lowenstein ot al. vs , Love et al. ; supreme court of Tennes see. ) Limitation of Sureties Liability ; The sureties on an agent's bond , given for the faithful performance of his business of selling and leasing Revving machines , were held not liable -for the price of machines sold to the agent nor for the payment of notes taken from the agent in payment ot his debt to them. It was also held that the fjtfhirc of the naelu Jo pay the notes wa < not a breach of the bond. ( Th ? Weed Sewing Machines Company vs. Wincli'uir-Snprcme Court of Indiana. | Homestead l-'xcmptlo'n ' : When a debtor reserves the right of homestead in a deed of tnut for the benelit of creditors a creditor who accepts the provisions of the deed , by sharing in the distribution under it , cannot afterward subject the homestead to the payment of the balance of his debt. ( Hasty's Heirs vs. Berry ; Court of Appeal of Kentucky. ) Construction of Insurance Policy : An insurance policy on a dwelling house contained a provision exempting the In surance company from liability for any loss or damage arising while the premise's were "vacant or unoccupied. " The premises had been lea ed to a tenant who moved out , however , three months before the building was destroyed by a tornado. On the ground that some articles of furniture were still left m the house a claim was made under the policy , but it was held that the building was "vac.int or unoccupied" within the terms of the provision , and judgment was ordered rendered for the company. ( Sevton vs. The llawkcye Insurance Company ; Supreme Court of Iowa. Bribery al Primary Elections : An act to prevent bribery and fraud n nominat ing elections and conventions is a lawful exercise of legislative power. The Penn sylvania act of 1881 is one of the. election laws of the commonwealth , and any per son violating it falls under the disq'tialili- cation imposed by the constitution. It was contended on behalf of the defendant that primary elections are not elections at all within the meaning of the constitu tion , and that a statute regulating them Is not an election law. That they come within the mischief intended to be remedied is lee plain for argument. Un der our form of government a vast sys tem of political machinery lias grown 'up by which elections have been for many years practically controlli'if. It is so far- reaching in its ell'eets that the people have , in many instances , little to do at the polls beyond the ratllieation of what had been already done by nominating conventions. Such conventions have often been controlled by the very inllu- nnees which the constitution and the act ot 18S1 seek to strike down. The con stitution must be construed liberally seas as to carry out. and not defeat , the pur pose for which it was adopted. If we give it the narrow construction claimed for it a candidate for ollice might resort to all manner of bribery and fraud in procuring his nomination ; yel if bo con- duet himself properly after his nomina tion he could wholly evade the constitu tional prohibition. This applies with special force to cases where a nomination is the equivalent lo an election. In such instance the nominee may well be an honest man between his nomination and election , for he has no motive to bo a rogue. By the words "any election law" the'framers of the constitution and the people who adopted it evidently meant to include any act which the legislature might thereafter enact for the purpose of purifying our elections. The act of 1831 was passed to give efleet to this con stitutional provision ; and it matters little at what stage of the campaign the Irauil is committed. It is hs much an election law when it strikes at tbio fraud at the primary election as when it arrests the fraudulent ballot just as it is ready to be dropped into the box at the general election. We would belittle the consti tution and fritter 'away one of its best and wisest provisions were we to give it the narrow , technical construction claimed for it by this defendant. ( Leonard vs. Commonwealth ; Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. ) Free Pass Non-Liability of Railroad : The keeper of a restaurant at a .railway station employed a lad-to sell sandwiches , etc. , on trains , ami obtained for him a free pass. At tlie.jtimc of his death the deceased was traveling on the pass for his own purposes. The pass stipulated that the company should not be liable under any circumstances for any personal injury sustained while riding upon it , in consequence of the negligence of anv of the company's servants , or otherwise. Held , tint the pass was gratuitous and without consideration , and thai the.stipu- lation was valid , although the deceased was a minor , and iiis death was the re sult of the negligence of the defendant's servants. ( Griswold vs. New YOI-K & New England K. Co. ; Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut. ) False Imprisonment Client Responsi ble for Acts of His Attorney : A. , as at torney for B , brought an action against C. , and recovered a judgment. Execu tion was issued thereon , and A 's clerk , seeing the execution in the ofiice of A. , and deeming it needed attention , went before a master in chancery forS. county and applied for a certificate , upon which C. was arrested. The arrest was illegal , C. not being a resident of S. county , and having no place of business there. A.'s clerk , in procuring the certificate and causing the arrest acted without the knowlcilge of or any instructions from A. or B. Held , that B. was liable for the acts of A. or his clerk in making the false arrest. ( Shattuck vs. Bill ; Mass. Sup. Jtid. Court , . ) "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator later is there would bo many a physician without a patient and many an intermin able doctor bill saved. I consider it infal lible in malarial infection. I had for many years been a perfect physical wreck from a combination of complaints , all the out growth of malaria in my system , and oven under the skillful hand of Dr. J. P. Jones , of this city , I had despaired of over being a well woman again. Sim mons Liver Regulator was recommend ed to me. I tried it : it helped me , and it is the only thing that over did me any good. 1 persevered in its use and am now in perfect health. I know the medi cine cured me , and I always keep it as a reliable ' ' in " 'standby' my family. Kospbot fully. Mits. MAIIV HA.Y , Camden , Ala. SPECIAL NOTICES. Special uJvc'itltemetil ! ! , such ns Lost , Found , To Loan , Tor S'llo , To Ifcnt,1 Wnnts , Ilonnllnir , etc. , > vlll lioliifcrlcil Ir ) ihl rolmnn nt tlio low ratcofTMNCM.NTS 1'KUiMNH for the llm Insert t Ion iind HI vo Cents I't-rl.lnofbr each subsequent insertion. I.oavo iiilvcrljicnleiits at our ollico No. 12 1'oal street , neJr jjrcuihvuy , Council JllulTs. , i WANTS. ) A kt of liiink Viuilt noon. Ail- ilross J. W. A ; K. l.8iilros.roiincll | lllullHli\ . WANTKI1 Hood Kill for Kt'nerul lioutmvorlt , ut 1511 South Miiln sticot. T71CW KAIi-OM : i > : i | > (3it < . In < | UuntlUoa to suit , -L1 at Itoo otnoo No. 11'carl street. THKNKtWASKA ItKAf , KSTATH BXCIIANUIS IIUHIIAU. All clutiM ) i of iiropnrty end Oo < l4 tioutint , tola and tm-lmnjfed. City pi on crly for farms ii'icl wllJ lands. Wild lands for goods ot any kind , Will ox- rlmniiu property lists with Iiy reliable til in clo'ni ' , ' bueliicss an/wuero hi' the United States. A lartre list of city iirpirerly * lwaya on hand for t-alo or uxrlmiivo. All bright & A\lqswortb , tulephuuo < iu. iilti 6.15th et. , Ouialiu Nub. i WHOLESALE AND JOBBING zao-crsrss or COUNCIL BLUFFS. DEERE , WELLS & CO. , Agricultural Implements , Bn&ia ; , rnrrliiijfs , Kto . Kto. ( Vimit'll IlltifTs , lown. KEYSTONE MANrT.UTtMtlNO CO Mnke tlioOrlsfiinl nml Coitil'lclu Hay Loader , also Rakes , Cider Mill S Press , COHN siir.M.KiiS AN'ii KIIKII rfrnit : . Nos. if.01.mi , I.W mill HIT South Main Street , CoiiiH'll tlliilT' , lown. " " "r" DAN 11) BKADLKY .V : TO. , Mmuif'rs nil J .lublmrs ot Agricultural Implements , Wagons , Buggies , , and nil klmH of I' .rm 1100 to llil ) youth Main Street , Council IM ) . OI.IHSOM , T. H.DountAs , uco.l' . WIIKIIIT. J'ics.iVTri'ns. V.-j'rua.&M in. Sue \Cauiucl. Council Binds Handle Factory , ( liirorpnrnto : ! . ) Mntuifnctiirerf" of Axle- , Pick , sioilo nn J Stuntl S , of every ilrscTlptlon. COUNCIL HLUFFS CARPET CO. , Carpets , Curtains , Window Shades , Oil Cloths , Ciirtilii l-litiircs , Upholstery Goods , Utc. No. ( OSllronJwuy Council Iliads , lown. s , To/wrro , RTC. PEUEGOY & MOOHE , Wliolesialo Jobbers In the Finest Brands of Cigars , Tobacco & Pipes. Nos. ZS.Mulu nnil T Pearl Sts. Council lllulls , lowiu SNYDEU & LEAMAN , Whoolo ! ! Fruit and Produce Commission Mordants. No. HI'cm-1 Pt , Council Jllutrs. Dncaaisrs. I1AULE , HAAS & CO. , Wholesale Druggists , Oils , Paints , Glass , s' Sundries , Ktc. No. S3 Mnln St , nml NH. L'l I'eurl St. , Council IllutfR. 1)1 ! y fiOODS. M. E. SMITH & CO. , Inters ail JJMHH of Dry Go33 } , Notions.ICto. Nos. 112nml lit Main St. , Nos. 1 itnd 11" I'oarl St. . Council UlnOfe , Iowa. FHLV7W. O.V. . UUT'l'S , Y/hoIesale / California Frails a Specialty General Commission. No. 5U Broadway , Council HlulTs. \V1HT & DUQUETTE , Wholesale Fruits , Confcotlonsfy S Fancy Grocarla ? , Nos. 10 nml IS Pearl St. . Council llluirs. L. KIKSCHT & CO. . Jobbers of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Also Wholesale Liquor Detilcrs. No. 410 llrond- wuy. Council Hinds. JJAKXESS , KTC. BECKMAN & CO. , Mnnn'octurorsofana Wholesale ) Poilors In Leather , Harness , Saddlery , Etc. No. C2J Muln St. . Council IlluIW , lowo. HATS , CAPS. KTC. METCALF BROTHERS , Jobbers in Hats , Caps aal Nos. 312 and 311 Broa-Jway , Council KEELLNE & FELT , Wholesale ) Iron , Steel , Hails , Heavy Hardware , And Wood Stock , Council Uluffs , Iowa. HIDES AXD WOOL. D. 11. MoDANELD & CO. , Commission Merchants for Sale of Hides , TallowWool , Pelts , GrcnsonuU Furs Council Ululfs Iowa. O/X.S. COUNCIL BLUFFS OIL CO. , Wholesale Dcslcra In Illuminating & Lubricitin * Oils Gurtlai EJTO. , 33TO. S.TliPodoro , Agent , Council niuffs. Iowa. L.UMVER , P///AO , ETC. _ _ A. OVERTON & CO. , Hard Wood , Southern Lumber , Piling , \nd Ilrlelffo Miitorifil SnosIaltli'S.Wholosalo Lum ber ol all Kinds. Ollico No. 133 Main SU , Council IllulTa. Io\vn. AND UQUOltS. JOHN LINDEU , Wholesale Imported and Domestic Wines & Liquors. At'cnt for St. ( JolthBrii'B llorli Illttcri. No. 11 Mnln St. Coundl lll.ille. SCHNEIDER & HECK , Foreign and Domestic Wines and Liquors , XoUOJJaln St. , Council K rs .Pourim ! * , Couiily and ItunkVork of i. II Kindt ttStut | > lally. Prompt Attention to Mall Orders fflOORHOUSE & CO , Room I , Everett Block , Standard Papers Used All btylos of bind ing in Magazines and BLANK BOOKS. REFBIGERATOBS AT COST. W. S. HOMER & OeM 23 Main St. , Council IJInlls. N. SCHUBZ , Justice of the Peace. OUicoQvcr.\muricuu KiprOM SAY ! WHERE DO YOF BUY BUGGIES FIRST CLASS IH EVERY RESPECT HSBAM W. DAVIS & GO. iMniiiMuMi in mr. CINCINNATI , OHIO. BUILD OVER FIFPY DIFFERENT STYLES. 20,000 VEHICLES ANNUALLY. Snul for ciilnloiiircs. prices , frcisjlit rntcs ami t HOUSE IOVER AND , Brick buildings of any hind raised or moved and satisfaction riiar 'Frame buildings moved on LiUlo tiiunl trucks , Ixi.st in the world SOS Eighth A venue and Higlith Street , Comril Hlun'- ' . /f 3oAta\ > . "Kws"YsaAa AfcMM 226 Broadway , Council Bluffs , MRS. D. A. BENEDICT. HAIR GOODS Wigs Made to Order. 837 Broadway , Council Hind's. To close the summer stock to ( lie low est iiossiblc point. Are olTcrhiff Inn-gains now every day. Good Corsets for 50c worth 75c Parasols for 75c and Upwards , Embroideries and Patterns , very Cheap , Only a few of those Summer Silk Left , Lace Fiouncings in Spanish and Ciiintiily Laces , "WHITE CIiciiicr ] Hum you over saw them. Finn assortment for Knulmitioii Samples went when requested. CARPETS. Choice patterns , good quality and lowest prices. Special discounts to churches , Hoeic- tics and clergymen. Hartaess Bros. , 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , n. Z&ICE , M. D. , Or otliur Tuijifr * rciuovfil without Chronic Diseases Ovur thirty yoniV jirnctlpiil cupurlonro. No. II IVillltit. , iniiut.l . Illulls. Conaiiltalloii lice. TIMOTHY SEED. 1 Imvo n cjuiuiiily ft sr.mil , well ck-nncxl etej which J.olfcr at' rrnfoimblu lUurra..ue > I o.f thf. cro.p of l"i > . . CGHC * ! > unH'ic0 | ! couc.tca. K. U SWAN BROS. , Dealers in .Milch Cows. 11 il At Our Stock Yards NoC03 ami 500 K. Broadway'ouudl ! HO' * Creston House , The ( inly liotcl in Coum-il niun * having Esoa/pe .And all 1110 rlcin iini > rorciiirnttf. 813 , aiTund Sl Mnln bt. MAX MOHN , 1'rop. Star Sale Stables and Mute Yards , BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , Opposite Dummy Depot. oa if Ilorsoi * ami Muli'3 Itupt voiistiintly on Imud for 8ili : il ictnil or In ear loiuls. Orders promptly tilled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on comml.txlnn. SHUJTEIt & 110r,15r. 1'roprlotOM. Telephone Nf. 111. roimcriy of KIF.I. S.U.I : STAIIf.UB , corner Mil nve.unil Uh nlrcrt. JACOB 3IMIGS , ; ATTORNEY AT LAW , Practices in ( he Stnt and 1'cdoral courts Rooms 7 and 8 , Sliugart block. Display of I u foriiN , All Council BluiFs 4OS Broadway. A .Select Sloc-U of 1'lioU-c .Vovcllie's in. OFFICER & PUSEY , COUNCIL 15LUFFS , IA , 1 > l blioil 1U7 1BX. Main St. , Council Hind's , In. , and ! 20US. IfitliHI. , KooinlO.Owulw , .N'eb. .Vsuiifiiclurcr'ti Agent for tlio CALIGRAPH TYPE WRITER and SUPPLIES Teiitn , A\vninjfH , Hoofing Slate , Man- Hiss , I'latii anil Window ( iliiKH , Show- Cases. Kicvutoi-B , ( hand and liy- ilnuilk' , ) &u. Horses and Mules Fur nil purui | , t-s. l'Ou < flil rn.l ( > ) ' I , "t u > il ! uii'l ' n lotB. I/.UB" < iui Ultts to iK I ftoiD. MASON WISE ,