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' G THE OMAHA DAILY BIBBS' ? -FRIDAY. APRIL 15/1887. THE. DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEARL STREET. EcllTtrcd by rnrrlcr In nny pnrtof tbo city nt twinty ccnt per wock. H. W. TILTON , Manager. TKI.EPHONE3 ! NIOIIT KntTOii No. 33. JI1XOII MKXTION. K. Y.Plumbing Co. Wanted A pantry girl nt Pacific house. New spring goods nt Holler's , tailor. George W. Thompson &Co. . real estate BThe directors of the Heat club failed to get it quorum last evening. Kplirnm Lewis , an old soldier , died yesterday nt his home on Fourth btreet. Regular meeting of Fidelity Council , No , ICO , Hoyal Arcanum , at 8 o'clock p. m. Leave to marry was yesterday granted Benjamin Scobold and Ilattio Brock- humlner , both of Lovclaml , The Hownrth company was nt the Ogden ycst9rday , made a parade and up- pcnrcd nt the opera house last evening , Jiftt received onion sots , seed potatoes nnd bulk seeds of nil kinds. Swan & Harmon , successors to Hays A ( ilenson , No. 11 Alain street. Nate Williams has the contract for the brick work and A. Covaltfor the carpen tering for Barney ( juhl'snew building on upper Broadway. A line residence property fronting on Bayliss' pnrk will be rallied Juno 1. Tick ets are for sitlo by Smith. Krod. , agents , at ? 5 each. Get : i home'for ? . " > . Crawford county is to have live new Catholic churches this summer ut the following places : Dow City , Charter Oak , West Side , A.spinwallund Manilla. To-morrow afternoon u pleasing enter tainment is assured those who go to the Y. M. C. A. rooms. Miss Ella McHrtdo has the reputation of being a line Shake- Bjieureun and dramatic reader. The report that Andy Ncally was dying from blood poisoning , as the result of his recent stabbing , seemed pretty llatly contradicted yesterday by his uppeur- nncc on the blreets. His head is swollen some on account of a fever sore , which lias resulted in some blood disorders. The city council , as a board of equali sation , moots daily , but only to adjourn until the next day. Tlio assessor has not got ready to turn over his books , and this meeting and adjourning without doing any business la necessary under the law , in order to Keep the board tilive. A meeting was held last evening in the office of Messrs. Hico & Raymond for the purpose of stopping fish catching by the HSO of the seine. Mr. Rice was chairman , nnd Colonel Daily , county a rnoy , ex plained the laws in the matter in a very plain Mini full manner. Immediate steps will bo taken to prosecute all illegal Hsu- ing. ing.Oscar Oscar Keelino j'estcrduv started out hunting. Ho spout half the day reach ing the coveted soot and saw lots of game , but imagine his surprise when ho discovered ho had left his gun at homo. Ho now claims ho only went out fora driyo and put his hunting costume on so his other clothes would not become hoiled by the mud thrown onto them. Crawford county's poor farm of 160 acres is valued at $9,500 , estimated value of products last year $1,031 , number of inmates Marcli 1 fifteen , cost of support ing the inmates , exclusive of farm pro ducts , | 3-18T. Add to this tlio interest on the farm and the farm products and it makes the total cost of supporting the farm $5,431 , or about ? 30 n month for each of the paupers. There are considerable many changes being made near the transfer. Tlio Union racilic is evidently planning on extensive improvements in their yard facilities on this side of the river. The brick is being placed on the ground for the now oil house. Tracks are being laid , wutorpipes are in pluco for cleaning passenger coaches , and work on the now round house will doubtless start soon. E. II. Sadler , ono of the members of the boat club , yesterday received u double scull boat from E. Waters & Sou , the celebrated race boat builder of Troy , N. Y. Mr. Sadler and O. Livingstone , formerly of Molina's famous four , will pull double in this now paper boat "on Lake Manawa the coming season. The boat weighs 33 pounds , is 11 inches wide nnd 38 loot long. Sonio line oarsmen will bo seen on Lake Manawa this year besiiles Sadler and Livingstone , both old members of the Moline club. Justice Schurz yesterday had his fee bills returned to him by County Attorney Daily , who informed him that it would bo necessary to attach to the bill the original papers in all the cases for whicl costs had been taxed up against the county. This is a now regulation , but Justice Schwnz is methodical enough in ' his habits , so there was no dliliculty in producing the papers. Out of the two dozen criminal cases in his court during the past three months all but two of the informations were prepared by attorneys or the public prosecuting officer. Ofllco of Mulholland & Co. , removed to in under the Citizens' Inulc. Telephone No. 103. Leave your orders for ice. For acre property , residences and bus\ m-ss property call on W. C. Stacy & Co. No. 0 Main street. Bhorraden is still making cabinet pho nt * 3 per doz. , best finish. Crayon or India ink life size pictures only $10. B F. M. Woodard , artist. Personal Paragraphs. H. II. Obcrholster is recovering fron his recent sickness. Mr. Thomas Ofllcer left yesterday fo the east , expecting to bo absent twi weeks or so. A. McCundless. and wife and Mrs. 'i Benjamin , of Avoen , wore at the Pacific yesterday. Miss Mollie Corcoran , dressmaker , 714 Myustor street , between Seventh and Eighth. rirlck. Wo have 200,000 good brick for sale. THOMAS OUEEN & SONS. Money to loan on real ostato. Counci Dlufl's Heal Estate Loan nnd Trust Co. Room 0 , Everett block. Got tlio Contract. The Fremont County Herald thus records the success of one Council Bluffs enterprise : The now Iron brldero over the west Nlshnn was awarded to tbo Milwaukee Bridge com pany , which Mr. Unmpbcll ably represented , nt the low price of 8l.ns. ; There were nlnn bids ranclni : from 52,500 down to the ono that received It. Our old friend Jack Whip- jilu's bid was 81,800 , nnd Ho will doubtless secure worn on tbo structure at remunerative wages. _ . J. W. & E. L. Squire make beautiful abstracts of title , and deserve the success they are enjoying. Special Taxpayer * . All dealers In liquor and manufactured tobacco desiring to make application for special tax stamp should call at the office of the deputy collector , 103 Pnarl street , ( up stairs ) , on or before May 1 , Drs. Hanchctt & Smith , olllco No. 13 Pearl st. Hcsldonco , 120 Fourth st. Telephone - phone No , 10. Mrs. A. Dobson No. 807 Broadway , dressmaker , French taylor system. Prices reasonable , lit perfect. All- ABOUT THE BLUFFS , A Gypsy and a Colored Porter Have a Round. THE BROADWAY WAGON BRIDGE. Its Speedy Building Assured Talk of n lIUHlncas Men's Club Now Heading For the Mbrary Personal Aleutian. A Gypsy's Kcvcnc' * . One of the masculine band of gyptlcs , who live in the southern part of the city , presented himself at Justice Burnett's ollico and asked for revenge. One oyc was closing rapidly and blood was run ning down Mis cheek. Hisstory was that he was "a little lain In catching the dummy train , and so jumped onto the rear platform with two others of his band. There was on -platform a col- orcil porter , named Pay ton Spencer , who told them it was a ladies' car and they could not ride there. They asked to go through the car and gctinto another , but ho refilled to let them. After some words the colored man struck him , causing the wound which lie oll'ered to introduce' ! ! ! evidence. A warrant was issued and Spencer appeared. Ho gave bonds to appear again for a hearing this morning , when ho will disclose his side of the case , which is to the cll'eot that the fellows were boisterous and insulting to the ladies. Ttmo Proves All. Now that the Sweeney law has boon de cided unconstitutional , Colonel Kcatlcy is rcceiv.ini ; numerous congratulations. Even the'DCS Monies Register pays him tribute as follows : Among thoio gentlemen In public llfn who must tnko some pleasure , or at least feel a bpnsuot personal vindication , In the action of the supreme court of the United States on the bweoiiey law , is Colonel .I. 11. Keatley , editor of the Council Ulults Globe. Ho wns a member of the lower house and a member of tlio judiciary committee when the law was enacted. Ho was the only membiT who made a speech In opposition to It , and he an tagonized the bill on the groimd that the su preme court would declare it unconstitu tional , and gave stiong reasons for his posi tion. He was bitterly assailed on the Hoof by Messrs. Uerrvhill , Finn and others , and charged with linioinnco o constitutional law. Ho was also assailed in tlio press , and out to vigorously In his candidacy for con gress Inst year , because ot his course in this lopnnl. lie will nut bo blamed for fcoliui : sonic satisfaction now , that although he stood nearly al6no In his position then , the highest court ot the land has sustained his position as a lawyer and a legislator. Now Free Heading. Books lately added to the , tjouncil Bluffs public library : Fine Arts Music Study in Germany , Amy Fay ; Woman in Music , George P. Upton. Useful Arts Tlio Now Agriculture , or Waters Led Captive , A. N. Colo. Education Every Day Religion , James Freeman Clarke. Theology My Religion , Tolstoi ; The Imitation of Christ , Thomas A. Kampis ; Evolution and Religion , Henry Ward Beochor. . Social Ethics Oats or Wild Oats ? J.M. Buckley , L. L. 1) . ; Lady's Guide to Com plete Etiquette ; The Complete Letter Writer ) A Double StoryGeorgc McDonald ; The Young Foresters. Kingston ; Peter , the Whaler , Kingston ; Adventures Among the Indians , Kingston ; The Dickens Story Teller , Dickons'- ' Shorter Tales ; A Now Departure for Girls. FICTION. A Sane Lunatic , Clara Louise Burn- ham ; The Household .of Sir Thomas Moore , Miss Manning ; The Maiden .and Married Lilo of Mary Powell , Miss Man ning ; The Faire Cospcllcr Mistress Anna Askew , Miss Manning ; Cherry and Violet , A Tale of the Great Plague , Miss Man ning. Tlio Spanish Barber. Miss Manning ; Jacques Bonuoval , Miss Manning ; War and Peace , Tolstoi ; By Fire and Sword , Thomas Archer ; Adventures of Joseph Andrews , Amelia , The History -of Tom Jones , Henry Fielding , Esq. ; The Sphinx's Children and Other Peoples , The Gladiators , J. G. W. Melville ; Kate Coventry , The Burgomaster's l-amily , Athustono Priory , L. N. Comyn ; Children of tlio Earth ; Mr. Desmond , U. S. A. , John Coulter. Business Men's Club. The suggestion is revived of forming n business men's social club. There is need of some such organization hero , with suitable rooms , where business men can meet informally , exchange opinions , and form a pleasant social basis for more important ami united business moves. There are many advantages arising from such an organization , as has been demon strated by the history of similar organ isations in other eitics. In connection with the present move in this direction , the suggestion is also made that a good location for such rooms would be on the second floor of Kimball & Champ's new building , on Broadway. The matter is being talked up and it Is hoped will re sult in some stops being taken at an early date. The Switchmen's Ball. Council Bluffs lodge No. 33 , Switch men's Mutual Aid Association of North America , gave their bail last evening in Masonic hall. There was a largo attendance anco , many coming from Omaha. John T. Hurley acted as master of ceremonies Comrnittteo on arrangements Elmer Pratt , J. T. Hurley , WH. . Kclloy , H. C. Baker , Amos Wilson. Reception com mittee C. M. Hobbs , F. Wcstrip , Ed A , Archer , A. Wells , H. Uarkcr , A. J. Me Claren , W. H. Kelley. Floor committee H. C Baker , J. T. Hurley , Charles Donney , M. E. Pholau , L. James , O. P. Anderson , C. Daitcr. Music was fur nished by the Bavarian band and the pro fframmo consisted of twenty-six numbers , The afl'air was a highly enjoyable one The Omaha guests left for homo on n special train about U o'clock this moru The Broadway Ilrldge. A private telegram from T. J. Evan was received yesterday stating that In would nrrivo homo this afternoon. He has been cast with J. T. Stewart in the interests of the Broadway bridge. These who are associated in the enterprise and who arc in a position to know all the de tails of the situation , give .ready assur ance to inquirers that tlio bridge enter prise Is all right. As in all enterprises of this magnitude there are many de tails to manage , but those are all being provided for satisfactorily. The actual work will doubtless commence within the cimo already announced again and again. Card of Thank * . The ladies of the German Catholic church hereby desire to extend their thanks to Mr. J. Dohanoy , Mrs.Vcstcott , Mrs. Pfciffor and all others that so dis interestedly assisted in making the per formance of last Tuesday night a suc cess. The Independents. The Independent hose team has been organized m this city by the election of oflicers as follows : F. H. Guanella , presi dent ; D. Thomas , vice-president ; diet. F. Stephenson , secretary M. Scohcld , treasurer ; Charles Nicholson , manager. The team is not composed of professional runners , but will go into active training. As they are live Council BluQs boys , their friends hope nnd ex"pcct they will capture the big prize at the state tourna ment to bo held at Sioux City next June. The citizens of this place shonld extend their hearty encouragement and good will. A. Longfellow Evening. The Euterpe club meets to-night at the home of Miss Hhobic Damon. The pro gramme will be both literary and musical , consisting ot songs , reading , and quota tions from Longfellow. , Ilnnl Eatato Transfers. Heal estate transfers for April M , 18S7 : W 11 Van Hrunt to (5co A Shcpard * Jol 10tblkioBayllss ! & Palmer's aild S 800 00 Acnes Folsom to U A Louie lot U blk 34 Mtillln's stib-dv ! SIO 00 Alines Koisom to O K Blluor lot S blk'JT Central biib-dlv S75 00 Acnes Folsom to O K Bllger lot 4 blk 27 Central sub-dlv. 2T5 00 ALMIC.S Folsom to O F Bllgcr lot 7 blk27 Central sub-dlv..V 300 00 Agues Folhom to O F IMIger lot 0 blk 27 Central sub-dl v 273 00 J T Baldwin and wife to M S Stout Oxdcii house part lot 140 and lots lllandlfil 75,000 , 00 Horace S Barber and wife to K Jef fries 7-75-tl and . . . . 00 sw - - so 1U-75-42. S.COj F O ( Jlcason and wito to K A Hock- lots 1 anil 2 bll : 7 Kv'crett's add. . 700 00 Sarah C Key to 1' H Wind lots 4 and 0 blk 18 Howard's add 01000 Mnry J'llllcr ct nl toll L , Shop- hurd lot 1 blk 7 Mulllu's snb-div. . 175 00 M I ) Uartlctt to Jno Dolianoy u c d Iot20blk27 Kailriiid add 0003 l'U Frnnch to F M Hull 23 ft lot 1 blk 5 Grimes ndil ! " > 00 j L Bryant to M Smith lots 5 and 10 blk 00 and lots 10 and 17 bin ! K ) Kallroad add 12000 W Harbor and wife to Marlalt Nichols lots 10 und 11 Davis park add Avoca OSS 00 'at .Murray to John O'Donhuc , lot 5 , blk IS , Hums'add 150 00 Ichenoy ct al ( o J 11 Swanson , lots 0 to 10. blk IK ) , Ciescunt City 150 00 111 Nee and wife to 11 Conner , lots 15 and 10 , blk , blk II , Walnut 40 00 t S Porteriluld to Kli/a Crawford , lots 1 , 3 and 3 , blk ( i , Central City 73 00 2 A Benson to Bnscom & Kyle , lot 8 , blk 7 , Benson's lirst add 215 00 iamo to same , lot 0 , blk 7 , Benson's lirst 22 > 00 amo to same , lot 10 , blk 7 , Benson's tirst 22500 iamo to same , lot 11 , blk 7 , Ben son's lirst 205 00 amo to same , lot 1'J , lot 7 , Bun- son' lirst 2-25 00 amo to K T Nicnols , lot 17 , blk 7 , Benson's lirat 250 00 < ainu to ETNichols , lot IB , blk 7 , Benson's lirst 250 00 amo to A llalllne , lot 3 , blk y , Ben son's lirst 275 00 liune to same , lot 4 , blk S , Benson's first 275 00 lame to same , lot 5 , blk 8 , Benson's lirst 275 00 Twenty-nine transfers § 00,335 00 The Meditated Suicide. DIndianapolis Journal : Speaking of sui- 2ido there have been several lately , and x good many are talking about them-a tory is told confidentially by a worihy iti/.cn who contemplated shullling oil' vliis mortal coil. Ho thought of it , and thinks ho was in carncst.but this I doubt , because killing one's self is said to be a painful operation , and the worthy citizen is a man who is extremely careful of his own comfort. However , business had gone wrong , another man had secured the church pew ho sot his heart upon , rents had been raised , he wasn't very well anyway , and life didn't seem worth iving. His wife would get his iusur- inco money ; she know as much about Ins business as lie did himself , and could got along without him. That night ho took home a box of rat poison and after his wife had retired took t out and read the directions. Then ho ; otout his razor and. stropped it and oaded his revolver. Ho didn't know which method he would use , or whether 10 would try all three and make a sure ; hing of it. He would decide after the razor was properly sharpened. Then ho stropped away , and while ho was trying 'o cut a hair a sleepy voice came from lie next roon : "George , Uncle John jrought us a gallon of maple syrup to day , and wo will have fritters and syrup 'or breakfast. I thought you'd like o know. " The razor and pistol wore aid away promptly ; life took on a more rosealo aspect , and the next morning after breakfast , the rat poison was care fully distributed along the trail of the troublesome vermin. George still con tinues cheerful. Parisian Actresses on a Small Spree. London Telegraph : One of the dirtiest , ilingiest and most dangerous streets in Paris was yesterday chosen as thelocality of a remarkable fete. About noon the aboriginal natives of tlio notorious Place Maubert , which readers of Eugene Sue will remember , were surprised to see two or three open vehicles laden with hand some ladies in brilliant plumage and ultrachics in bord plat hats and resuscita ted Inverness capes , swecn down from the Boulevard St. Germain into the dis mal Rue Gal undo. The procession stopped before the red painted Chateau Rouge which formerly belonged to Gabrielle - riello d'Estress , and is now the midnight resort of the greatest cut-throat and ruflian in Paris. The occupants of the vehicles , followed by a crowd of gaping gamins , pickpockets and general metro politan marauders went into the hideous hostelry , where they actually had luncho on , which w.as washed down by a curious shower of ohampaigno. The well dressed guests who had thus honored the Red Castle with their temporary pres ence were somn of the mo t charming actresses of Paris , who , for tlio novelty of the thing had agreed to lunch at the sin ister tavern with some of their cavaliers. After the repast one of the actresses re ceived verses by Francois Coppce. and then some of the absinthe saturated mu sicians and "artists" of the locality who had been invited to the junketing were listened to with considerable amusement Imrga Fco of a London Physician Court Journal : Physicians' fees are sometimes nearly equal to the fees of the leading members of the bar , sometimes they are a little over ; for instance , a dis tinguished physician was offered 500 guineas to pay a visit to a sick person who was residing a fair distance oil'or the continent. Ilio doctor declined more oilers tempting him wore couseeu lively made till the bid was JCfi.OOO. This sum was also declined. But ho was shortly after compelled to attend some one else who was residing near this tempting would-be patient , and ho took the opportunity of looking in en route. Tlio physician was ollored 5,000 on leaving , but would not consent to re ceive moro than 500. A few days after his return to London ho found that 4,500 had been placed to his credit at bis banker's. This sum he immediately forwarded to a charitable institution , in .forming the grateful and largo payinj patient.of what ho had done , which en tirely met with approval. The physician's name will not bo dif flcult to search out , for three stops through the alphabet will bring one ta the right letter ; the remaining ones can easily bo lill < ? d by those who know the kind-hearted man. CROCKERY , LAMPS GLASSWARE , , AND FINE POTTERY. Prices Very Low , W. S. HOMER & Co. , NO. 23 AT/l/JV ST. , COUNCIL FLUFFS , i t IA. HENRY EISPAN & CO/S / PEOPLE'S STORE , .Do you wish to feavo money on your spring purchases ? If so call at KISKMAN'S 1'KOl'I.K'S STOltn. Everybody kubws that wo have a larger and butter stocic of goods to se lect from than all the houses in Council Blurt's combined , 'and ' we guarantee to save you 35 cents 911 every dollar's worth you purchase lin our house. To substantiate this wo refer to the thou sands of ladles who visit our stores dally. Lady shoppers who have sent to Now York , Philadelphia , Chicago , St. Louis and other cities for samples , have upon comparison with our goods , pronounced ot'u the best ( tntl cheapest. \\o have given Council Hind's the larg est store and stock of merchandise in the entire State of Iowa and we are proud to say.that people for hundreds of miles come or send to us for their goods. Wo also offer for this week largo bar gains in Laces , Embroideries , Hosiery , Gloves , Corsets , Gauze , Lisle Thread , Halbricgan and Silk Underwear , Muslin Underwear , Infants' complete outfits , Parasols , Fans , Lace Curtains and Scrims. Ready Made Stilts , Etc. An entire now line of ladies , misses , and children's wraps , junkets and ready made suits in silk , worsted arid wash materials at much less than former prices. This department lias au im mense quantity of goods of all prices and you cannot fail to make selections which will prove satisfactory. Wo call special attention to our ladies wraps in extra slices ranclng in sixo from 42 to 48. HENUV KIDMAN & Co. , People's Store , Nos. 314 , 310. 318 and 330 Broadway , Council Bluffe. N. It. We nlre nil mull ordcra spe cial and prompt attention and ana order. . * or correspondence you inai/fiii'or tin with will receive the f/rcatcst care and attention. SPECIAL NOTICES. Special advertisements , such us Lost , Found loLoan , For Sale , To Rent , \\nnts , Bonrdlmr , itc.ivill bcln'ortoil In this column nt tbo loir ntoof TEN CENTS PEK LINE fortho first Inscr- Ion find FivoCoiitsl'crLinoforcach subsequent nsortlon. Jcavo mlvorllsomcnta nt our olllco la I'enrI street , no.ir Ui-oadwiir , Council UlutTs. WANTS. FOIl KENT Pacific house bnrhcr shop. In- qulro Gco. W. Foi'KUton & Son. \X7ANTKU A food live ftaont to otuivus lor T V a household article of moilt. 1' . O. , L > evol , \o. 501 Hroiidwny. WANTTD Apprentice girls to lonrn dross- ranking. No. "It Mynstor st. clrl to do Koncrnl housework. No. l-'O Fourth street. FOIl HUNT A largo front room , Drst lloor , lurnished new , suitable for two Kcntle- men. Located in lito ccntrnl p rt of city. "iVutor nnd gus. Address W , Ceo office , Coun- illUiulls. , SALU Complete plant nnd equipment FOK for U. II. briilKO work , consisting of 7 | ) llo drtvois , cnrpenfrs tools , tents , beddlnp ind bonrdlnc outfit for 150 men. In peed re pair. Now stored ut Choncnno , W. T. For In ventory nnd terms address No. in , N , Main St. , Council lllulla , lown , REAL ESTATE , Voccnt Lots , Lrmds , City Residences nnd Farms , Acre property In wostornvurtof city. All tolling cheap to make room for spring stock B. P. OFFICER , Real Estate & Insurance Agent , RoomS , over Ofllcer & Pusoy's Hank , Counci Bluffs. I will uo at the Pacljie JfotclCoun cil llluffa , everu Saturday forenoon. Omaha Dental Association removed to Hcllman BIocic , cor. lUth and Farnam. Best sets teeth $6 , fully warranted. All operations rendered painless by the use of our new anicstliotic. Dr. llaughawout , Manager. OFFICER cC PVtiEY , Council.BlufTa.Iowa. . . Established 1857 FINLEY BURKE Attorney at Law. 504 Broadway , Up Stairs , Council Bluffs. ORESTON HOUSE. Tfieonly Hotel ( n Council Bluffs Having a fire Escape. And AU Moic.rii ( Improvement a. 213 , 217 and 319 Main St. MAX MOIIN , Prop. It. MICE , M. D. Cancers ami other Tumors Removed without the Unite or Drawing o Blood. Over 30 vears Practical experence. No 11 Pearl St. , Council Bluffs. E. S. AItNETT , Justice of tlie Peace , 415 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or business house in the city , Collections a specialty. W. L. BIGGS , Justice of the Peace. No 504 Broadway , Council Blufl's. Collctions a specialty. Refers to the Bee K. JI. McDANELD & CO. , [ Kitabllibed ISDi ] No. 20 Main Street , t i i Council Blnffi. COMMISSION MERCHANTS , AND DEALIUS IX HIDES , TALLOW WOOL , ETC If. SCJIUltZ , Justice of the Peace. Olllco over American Express , PEOPLE'S STORE. For This Week's Special Sale We Offer in Our Domestic Depart ment the Following : 5 cases Best Standard Prints , in all the latest shades and best styles , at Ac1. 850 pieces Good Quality Ginghams , in dress and apron styles , at5o. 800 pieces Best Dress and Zephyr Ging hams , at 5 Of. 3 cases Crinkled Seersuckers al 3c. G cases good yard wide Bleached Mus lin nt 5v. 150 pieces Lawns at ! Jc. ICO pieces Victoria Lawns and India Linens at "ic. , Oc. and 8e. 75 pieces F.oulurd Sateens al lOc. Silk and Dress CiooUt ) . Great bargains In our Silk and "Dress Goods Departments. All new , fresh goods direct from the manufacturers' looms at less than anybody can oiler these same goods. Thousands of pieces to select from. You will have no trouble to find what you want. Wo receive cacli day letters of encour agement and compliments from our cus tomers everybody concurring in our assertions. Xo One Who Studies Economy can afford to pass us by. SE'JUXG. For the spring of 1837 we arc better prepared to please you than ever before. Great bargains in each and every one of our numerous departments are laid out and placed on SPECIAL SALE every day in the Week. We Keep Everything. No one need go outside of our honso to ; ot a complete outfit in Ladies' , Misses' , Children's , Men's , Youths' or Boys wear. JIKXUY KISEIUAX'S A : CO. , PEOPLE'S STOKE , : tl. | , 31 , 31 § and 32O Eroudway , Council JB lull's. N. 15. A'll mail orders foi tmniplc * or goods entrusted to our enrowill rcecivc the bct.1 ol attention. Star Safe Stab/es and Mule Yards Broadway , Council Dluira , Opp. Dummy Depot DepotE CO so S1 co 3 r- - F3 1 W & t& * tBZJ&Jm" * " ' " * " * " * * 3 * ' Horses and mules kept constantly on hand , for sale at retail or in car loads. Orders promptly filled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on commission. SHLUTEK & BOLUV , Proprietors. Telephone No. 114. Formerly of Koil Sale Stables , corner 1st. avo. and 4th street. Announces that His stock of Fiiielmported SpringMillinery In Choice Shapes of Hats & Bonnets , Together with ft LarfleLinc of Novelties In Fancy Ma terlals is now Jteady for Your Careful Inspection. 1514 Douglas St. , Omaha , Korses Mules For all purposes , bought and sold , at retail and in lots. Large quantities to select from. Several pairs of fine drivers , sin gle or donble. MM WISE- , Council OHN V. 6TOB. JACOB SIU3 STONE & SIMS , Attorneys at Law , ractice in the State and Federal Court Rooms 7 and 8 Shugart-Beno Block. COUNCIL BLUFFS. THE TROTTING STALLIONS , DR. ARCHIBALD ( Standard No. 2915) ) Sired byAlmontNo 33 , and 'ir < 5fistcr , " ( Standard No. C812. ) Sired by Trump No. 308. Those stallions will make the season of 1SS7 at the Coun cil UlnDs Driving Park. For particulars inquire of or address WADE CAUY , Council Bluffd , la. 1 O. CT. OO ± tB"S2" Real Estate Broker and Dealer Council Illuir * Olllco , ItliiMHilc Temple. Omaha Olllcco ill \urlli I ( Mil Mrccf. Pnrtlcnliir alienIon lvcn to Inventing - venting finulH Tor non - real- tlcnt * . Special bargain * lit loin & aero property In Omaha & Connell - ell ISIulfr , Correspondence solic ited. GARDEN HOSE , Steam , Gas and Water Pipe NEW YORK PLUMBING COMPANY , No 552 Broadway , - Council Bluffs , Iowa Mail Orders Shipped 1'romptlj/ . A. JI. MICE. E. W. RICE < & RAYMOND , No. 13 Nortli Main Street. Lower Floor First National Banlc Block , Council Bluffs , Iowa- TELEPHONE NO. 239. VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPERTY AT AUCTION Properly Situated on the Corner of Pearl Street'and Slxlli Avenue , Known as the CRACKER FACTORY PROPERTY , WILL BE Sold at Auction on Wednesday , April 20th .A.11 3 3 ? . 3 . S-A.X-iE3 : OlfcT E = I H. H. INMAN , Salesman , Farming Lands in Iowa , Minnesota , Kansas , and ranging from f5.00 to $10.00 per ncro. School and state lands in Minnesota on 30 years' tnno 5 per cent interest. Land Buyers fare free. Information , etc. , given by ' No. 555 Broadway , Council Bluffs , Iowa , agent for Freidrikien & Co. , Chicago. C. B. ALLEN , ngineerSur , eyorMapPoblisher , No. 11 North Main St. City nnd county maps of cities and counties In western lown , Nebraska and Kansas. FJtANK S. 2UCE , CIVIL ENGINEER , Designs , estimates nnd reports on bridges , viaducts , foundations nnd Reucinl engineering. Blue prints of nuy szn ! alid quantity. Ollice No lli N. > fnin St. , Fii-ot National Bank Block. Notice. MATT.EK ot application of Owen & Co. for permit to sell Notice is hereby Bivan that Owen & Co. did upon tlio IJIth day of April , A. D. Ifcb" , lllo their application to the mayor nnd city council ofOmnha , tor permit to sell malt , spirituous and vinous liquois , as drtitrRlsts , for medicinal , mechanical and chemical purposes only , ut No. 605 North Sixteenth street , Filth wnrd.Oranlia , Neb. , from the llth day of April , 1SW , to the 10th < W of April , 1888. If there l > o no objection ) remonstrance or piotest filed within two wcotts from April 13th , A. D. 18o7 , the bald permit will bo granted. OWK.V & Co. , Applicants. J. I ) . SOUTHARD , City Clerk. n4-i : : DRS.S.&D.DAYIESON . . . 1707 Olive St. , St. Louis Mo. 1742 Lawrence St. , Denver , Colorado , Of the Missouri State Museum of Anatomy , St. Louis , Mo. , University College Hospi tal , London ; Giesen , Germany and New York , Having devoted their attention SPECIALLY TO THE TREATMENT OF Nervous , Chronic and DISEASES ; More especially those arising from impiu- dcnce , invite all so suffering to correspond- thout delay. Diseases of infection and contagion cured safely and speedily with out detention from business , and without the use of dangerous drugs. Pa tients whose cases have been neglected , badly treated or pronounced incurable , should not fail to write us concerning their symptoms. All letters receive immediate aitention' JUST PUBLISHED. And will be mailed FREE to any address on receipt of one 2 cept stainp. 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For through tickets call on the Ticket Atrcnt at HOt Knrnam direct , ( in I'axton hotel ) , or at Union I'aciflo Depot. _ Pullman Ulcotiers and tbo finest Dining1 Carl In the world are run on tlio mainlines of tbo CHICAGO , MILWAUKBK & BT. I'xui. HA u. WAV , nnd every attention Is nnld to pmaonaurs by courteous employee of the company. It MIM.KH , Qoncrnl Munn or. J , K TUCKKII , Assistant Ouiioial Manager. A. V. It CAJII-KNTEK , General Patiunifor and Ticket Aeont. UEO. II. HBATTORD , AiiUtAnt General Fat- icnpni'and Ticket Aircnt. J. T. GLAHK , Uouerul Bup rlaUndent- Notice of Registration , jal Volois ol tlio Fliht Dl'trlctof the Til lid Ward , In tlio oily of Umalia : You arc hereby notlth'd that tlio umlorblKiiod will bit as rt't-'ixtrtir lor KIr t DHtilct ol tlio Third Wiird at Hcroley's It-od utablo , I-M'J ' and Jilt Tenth st loot , cominoncliiK'riiurwIay . .April1st , ItW , nt 11 o'clock u. m. , lor the puiiiotoor rcB- IKciliiK all qualillcd votcis within Mild Klrtjt district of Third ward , and for tlio purpotoof maltlnk' now list nnd mldlng to , and corrcttlnu the rcKistiution alruiuly umdo , anil tor such purpose tlio umlarxlKiioil will sit ivnil koun his book of tojrlstratloii open oacli day tlioroaltor ( e.tcopt Sundays ) nt the iil.ico iifoiosnltl fioui cloven o'clock i > . m. until snvcn o'clock p.m. , until Monday , liny i-'nd , 1SS7 , at the hour ol la ' o'clock m.n 'den said book of registration will bo closed. All ciunllllcd vnturs nro notilk'd to attend and boo that tliolr namcH uro properly registered. t'UANK W. SOLON , uH Hoglstrar 1st District , Jrd Ward. _ Notice of Registration. TO the Lojml Voters of the Second District ot Fourth Ward In the city of Oinnha : Vouiirohoiobynotlllod that the uudorslKned will Mt as rojrlgtrar for the Second ( id ) district of Fourth (4th ( ) wind at U. Knsolmanirstfroccry Bloro , Northwest corner 10th and Howard aticots , coimucnclntr Thursday , April 2l6t , 1S87 , at 11 o'clock a. m , , for the mirpopo of rwistcr- liif ; nil mmllllod votoi s within said Hccondd ( ) district of 1'ourth (4th ( ) ward , and lor sucli such pimioso the undcrsiKncd lll sit and keep Ills book of registration open ouch day thereafter ( oxccit | Sundays ) at tiio place aforesaid from eleven o'clock n. ni. until so > rn o'clock p. in. . until Monday. May ' 'nd , lt > 87 , at the hour of. 13 o'olnoX m. , whim said hook ot rotftatrntiou will boclo cd. All ouiillllodotors mo notllk'd to attend and sco that their names aio properly retrlstcrcd , as an entire now list Is to bo made , . .AMK3aoAuHNT ] alt Registrar 2nd District , 4th ward. Notice of Registration. the I.efc'iil Voters of the First District of TO Ninth Ward , In the city of Omaha : You aio hcrehy noticed that the umlurslcned will sit us registrar for the First dlMi let ot the Ninth ward at the N. K. corner < lf2ith ) and Far nam , No. 2M ! ! ! , coininotiolnii Thursday , April Blst , at 11 o'clock a. m.for the tmrpoeo of rcjc- ibtcrlng all ijuiilitlod votoiH within said Flrut district of the Ninth ward , and for snob pur- poeotho undersigned will sit and keep hid book of registration open each day thereafter ( ex cept Sundays ) at the pluco aforesaid iroin eleven o'clock a. m. until seven o'clock p. in. , until Monday. May J.'nd , 18 7 , at the hour of 12 o'clock m. , when snld hook of registration will bo closed. All ( nullified voters nro notlllnd to attend and BOO that their names are properly registered , r.s an entire new registration list Is to bo made , under now law. CLEAR J. JOHNSON. n4 Kcgldtrar 1st DistrictOth Ward. Notice of Registration , TO the Legal Voters of First District , Sixth -1 Ward , In the city of Omaha : You are horobv notldod that the undersigned will sit a > registrar for the First dlstrUt of the Sixth Waid , at .lohu iioecu's tiarn , N. W. corner Grace and 21th sttoots , commencing Thursday , April 21st , 1887 , at 11 o'clock a. m. . for the purpose of registering all < iualilcc ! ! voters within said Hrst district of Hlxth ward , and for the purpose of making now list and adding to , and correcting the registration al ready mado.and for such purpose the under- sinned will keep hlB book of registration open each darthuirafior ( except Sundays ) nt tlio plnco aforesaid from 11 o'clock a. in. until T o'clock p. in. , until Monday , May 2nd. I8.S7 , at thi hour of2 o'clock m.whon faM registration will bocloscd. All qualilod ! voters are notlllod to attend and sco that their names am properly registered. O. 0. UJDI.OW. April 1'J Ilcffistrnr let District , oth Ward. Notice of Registration. TOthof.ejful Voters ot the Second District , Sixth Ward. In tlmclty of Omnlin : You are heicby notified that the undersigned will Fit as registrar lor the Hecond dlhtrlctof thoSIUh ward , at A. llciibondlck's , on State Hticet , can of Fort Omaha , commencing Thurs day. April 21st , 1K.S7 , at II o'clock a , m. . for the imrpoHOol registering allnuallllo.l . voters with in fcuid Second district of Sixth ward , and for thu purpoto of making now list and adding to and correcting the registration already made , urn ! lor buc.li purpose the undorblgiied will til and keen his book ol irxlotiHtioii open each day thereafter ( except Sundays ) nt tliopmco utnri'Hiildlinm elm-en o'clock a. m. until mivcn o'clock p. m. , until Mny.'d , lHb7 , at thu hour of 12 o'clock m. , when said hook of roglstiutluu will ho closed. All qualified volnis are notified to attend and see that tliolr niimeH urn properly icgistorcd. JOHN I1. I'AOK , , oia Keglstrar 2nd District , Sixth Ward1 Notice of Registration , n'O the Legal Votcrfl of Second District of tlio -L iighth : Ward In the city of Omaha : You arohciohy notllled thattho tindnrahincil will sit al rcglntnir lor the t-'ecnnd district o : I ho Klghth ward at tlni drug i-toro of John Dwytr.N. W. corner 24th and i.'iimlng ' utrcuts , commencing ThursJuy , April 21st , 1M7 , at 11 o'clock n in. , lor th purpose of lettering nil rimillticd voters within mild Second district of OKI Klghth wuid.nnd tor the purpose of mak ing new list and adding to and correcting the registration altcady mado.iiud for such pur pose the undurtlgnod will sit and keep bin hook of registration open each day thereafter ( o-t- eopt Sundays ) ut the place aforesaid from eleven o'clock n. in. until EOVOII o'rlocK p.m. . until Monday. May 2nd , 1X37 , ut the hour of 12 o'clock m , , when said book of registration will beclotcd All qualified voters uro notllled to attend and Mtu that tlielr nnrnos are properly registered. JOHN CAUII. an ItcgUtrar id District , Sttl Ward.