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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE:1 THURSDAY. AUGUST 25. 1887.
THE DAILY BEE. f COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , NO. 12 , PEAKI , BTBEET. Delivered by furrier in any part of thecttr ai twenty cents per week. n. W. TILTOK. Manatee , c. No. 13. MIGHT EDITOII No. 23. MINOR MI5NHON. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Holler , tailor. Full goods cheap. Machine oil. needles , embroidery silks , publications. Domestic agency , 105 Main A drunk named Frank Harbor wae among the unfortunates in jail yesterday , Fine councs for ladles callmc. Wm , Ixswis , telephone 128. Olllce 410 liroad way. The sovcn-anil-a-linlf-mimilo street cars began their runs .yesterday. Every thing worked nicely. A marriage license was yesterday is sued to John Uurrie , of Underwood , autl Jennie Johnson , of this city. ThoM. & K. nine will tackle the Glen wood club on Sunday at the driving park , It promises to be a hot game. Mrs. White and her husband , Patrick , yesterday raised another row , anil the old lady was again landed in jail. Henry Hoist will have a hearing be' fore 'Squire Burnett this afternoon. Ho is charged with striking William Kast- ncr. 11. J. O'Brien was yesterday afternoon arrested. Ho was found drunk and asleep in an outhouse on the premises ol Mr. Bullard on First avenue and Eighth street. Colonel Keatlcy will leave on Saturdaj morning for Washington to take charge of the division in the treasury depart ment to which ho was recently ap > pointed. Married by Nov. D. H. Cooley , at his rcBidenco No. 809 avenuoC. , Wednesday , August 4 , Mr. Fred Daniel Paup , of West Bide , la. , and Miss Sallie Davis , of Gai ner township. W. W. Chapman has received a supply of illustrated views of Council Bluffs , nicely bound. They contain twelve views of scenery , etc. , that arc of public inter est and contain no private residences whatever. As an advertisement for this city they equal anything over gotten up for that purpose. The views are photo- grn-vucrs and arc clear and distinct. 1 boy can bo purchased in quantities to suit , the retail price being $1.60 each. Colonel Lindt has had great hopes based on his young hunting dog. Ho left the blooded pup locked up in his law of fice , expecting to soon begin training him. The dog improved the absence ol his master to pull over the papers , spill the ink and track around promiscuously. The colonel has concluded to part with the dog , for his time will be so taken up in straightening up the ollice that ho can not give any attention to this branch of canine development. Judge Mynstor says he cannot toll where the colonel's writing leaves off and the dog tracks begin. There has boon some talk about the steamer C. E. Alayno , boinc taken out of Lake Manawa , by way of .tho outlet. homo of these interested in the lake did not want to have the steamer go out that way , for it would bo necessary to con tract the channel , and cause a lowering of the water In the lake. To prevent this the old hull of the wrecked Manawa has been taken by Keller's steamer , and $ f crowded into the channel as far as possi ble , and there sunk , so as to prnvont the C. L. Mayno from going out that way. Thosp interested say she shall go out the way she came in , on trucks. List yoiir property with Cooper & Jud- eon , Mo. 120 Main street. The Council UluHs Steam Laundry has been refitted since the fire and is ready for busincsg. _ Cheap first-ojasfl storage at Nos. 22 , 24 and 20 Pearl street. Pacific house is the nearest hotel to the majority of real estate offices in the city : fa pot day. Pononal Paragraph ! * . Harry Hawortb is homo. B. F. Weil returned yesterday from St. Joe. Joe.Mrs. Mrs. C. Voss has gone to Contervillo , Dak. , to visit her sister , who is sick. Traveling Freight Agent O'Mara , of the Milwaukee , was in the city yester day. day.Charles Charles Gregory , Colonel Dailoy. Theo dore Bray and Matt Hurlo are nt Carroll attending the races. Officers Thomas and Martin , of the Merchants' police force , have gone on n ton days' trip into Nebraska. Engineer Moore , of the Broadway Bridge company , has gone east to sco the contractors of the iron work for the bridge. E. C. Whittlcsoy loaves to-day for n visit to Deadwood. Ho expects to bo away about tun days , after which he hopes to bo able to resume his clerical duties. E. C. Whittlosoy now loaves for Wyo ming on a health-seeking trip. Ho will bo absent about two weeks and on his re turn will resume his duties in the express office. Dr. Archibald , formerly superintend ent of the institution 'at Ulcnwood , is in the city and will attend the national mooting of charities and corrections at Omaha. Ho is now superintendent of the insane asylum at Jamestown , Dak. His old friends hero give him a glad wel- conio. Money to loan. Cooper & Judson. For Sale Harry Smith's photograph gallery cheap. Inquire of Harry Smith. New Architectural Ollloo. Mr. C. E. Boll , the architect , who has boon connected with the oroctlon of the now government building hero , has boon urged by many to open an olllco hero , and has concluded to do so. Ho has as sociated himself with Mr. F. K. Ellis , ouo of thu best known architects of Omaha. They have secured room No. 8 , opera JIOIUG block , and have already begun business. The first plan drawn m the now olllco is for a line residence to be built by Claraneo Judson at the junction of Glen avenue and Pomona street. Mr. Boll will give his personal attention to the business hero. Ho is a young man of experience aswoll as skill in his profes sion , and associated us ho is with so well known an architect , the now otllco will speedily Imvo its full share of business in that line. _ _ _ For sale cheap lots near the bridge to parties who will build at once. Addresser or call on J. H , Hice , No. 110 Main street , Council Bluffs. At the Pacific house vou will .save from 60o to fl per day. Try it and bo con vinced. Phillips' IMpaa Stolen. About 0 o'clock yesterday morning It was discovered that thlovcs hail entered the rear part of the residence of J , M. Phillips , on Bluff street. They loft a badly scorched portion of thn partition where they had carelessly sot tire to some papers. They had searched for all the valuables liable to bo In that part of the house , but walked off with only two niorschaum pipes , leaving tlshine poles and other valuables behind. Yesterday afternoonone of the pipes was found in f pawnshop and returned to the owner , TflE NEWS IN THE BLUFFS , A Tbief Wbo dots Gold Bracelets In Flaoi of Iron Ones. THE INDIAN CREEK NUISANCE , The Fifth Ucclmcnt Hand Scores Copt Menslincr Few Offender * For the Police Ilulldlne on Bottom tom Lot * A Serious Fall. A Ilounn Hrnaklng. The homo of J. J. Stork , No. 114 Nortl Kirbt struct , corner of Washington ave nue , was ycstarduy entered by a burglar during thu absence of the family , It appears that thu servant , after wash lug up the dinner dishes , loft the house intending to bo absent about a wcotc When shu went she left the kitchen dooi open , but Mrs. Stork , before going out tc spend the afternoon , discovered the dooi oupn and closed and locked it. This was about 1 o'clock. About 1:4 : ? o'clock Hugh McMackun , the owner ol the building , arrived to look after sonu repairs to the well. Ho discovered the family absent and the rear dooi burstud open. Shortly after Char lev Liebold , who runs the saloon , No. 629 Hroadway , appeared and had two bracelets belonging to Airs. Stork which ho had just pur chased from a man. The two last named hunted up Mrs. Stork , who on returniug homo found her husband's clothing hail been ransacked , but nothing elsn was missed. Licbold said a man entered his saloon anil wanted to sell the gold bracelets , as well as a gold banglcd bracelet , to him for $ I. Ho said ho wouldn't pay | 4 , but oflcrcd J1. Tliis was accepted and he took the bracelets. Shortly after ho ex amined them closely mid found Mrs. .Stork's nntno in them. He immediately repaired to her homo and turned them over. The Indian Oreok War. The muchly disputed Indian creek question was in court yesterday morn'me The city attorney , with the mayor , cltj marsh.il and others , were there to brine to a close , if possible , this trouble that has boon continually hanging flro. Special Olllcor Williams testified as tc having gotten up at 3 o'clock in the morn ing , and "i make me a oup of coffee be fore I go on watch , " and to the seeing ol manure being dumped on the banks ol the beautiful and ever fragrant , "tin Lousy , " as it , in days gone by , was known. The Smith boy , in the employ of Masc Wise , was brought forward. "Ho testi fied as to being arrested by Special WillLims and as to hiS instructions tc never throw manure into the creek but simply on the lot for It to be hauler away later. City Attorney Holmes attended the prosecution while Wise acted in his own behalf. Wise wont on to the stand in his own behalf and explained how ho had left the city on a Tuesday , not returning until Friday , and linding his manure pile had not been hauled away. Attended to il us soon as he could on Saturday , bul didn't cot up as early as the special olli- cer did who arrested his help. The city attorney said he thought the defendant , Wise , guilty of violating both ordinances. Ono for throwing rubbish upon the banksof the crcek.tho other , into thn creek , and ho wishud to test those two ordinances. If the defendant was not found guilty after the cases made out against him , the city attorney though ! that would end this kind of cases so fat as ho was concerned. Judge Aylesworth then reviewed the testimony , and thought the defendant was only guilty of piling manure upon the banks of the creek. Ho withheld line for the present. The city marshal stated that Theodore Bray had left a plea of guilty under both ordinances , and the judge instructed him to go for all the other ofTondorB , includ ing laundries , butchers , etc , oto. The now steamer Nellie Keller , jusi launched on Lake Mnnawa by Vic , Keller , has been carefully Inspected bj the citizens' committee and pronounced staunch and perfectly safe for 100 pas songors. The steamer is run by an engineer gineor who does not drink a drop ol liquor and who is licensed by the United States government. Under all circum stances the safety of the passengers wil be made the first oonsideration. Offenders. The regulation drunks were up for dis < posal yesterday morning. Rather seedy and apparently without sleep they entered the court from tlieit cold and clammy night's abodo. "lavo" llobiuson and A. J. Johnson , two employes about the Planters' house were the first ones called to the front bj the police magistrate. Neither of then had a cent with which to pay their fine Uobiuson pleaded not guilty in hopes o getting oil , but Johnson acknowledged r ride in the patrol wagon , which cost liin sf8.GO , when an overload of booze accam- pani'is it. An Omaha printer , with a stubby rod board and badly bloodshot oyus , was scni down to make | 8.10 timo. The venerable "Sport" Miller received a fJT.GO sentence , after tbo judge had en quired "how long do you think you'l have to stay hero bcforo you can stoj drinking. " "Sport" acknowledged he could nol answer the question and the old uum't shaky form repaired to the jail. "Hill" Chrlssuian booked was as t "rag , " the ollicers having got tired ol this unworthy'a apnearanco on the scute m Uayliss park. He admitted not beinu overtaxed with business , but said ho was in the " 10-cont business" most of the timo. Ho had never stopped on a boned in the park over twenty minutes am ! denied having a "bench of his own. " The judge said ho was tired of havine him laying around the parks "trying tc catch onto things that gotlnougti there ' and continued his hearing until later ir the day. Young Brlgcs entered a case acainst Bob Huutington , claiming assault and battery. Huntington is city salesman for Duquette & Co. , and ordered the young man to do something , when mat ters thickened and Robert bounced the young gentleman one on the slack of his pants. The hearing was sot for to-day , but the boy's father paid the costs , con < eluding his son the aggressor. One thousand head of ono , two and three-year-old steers for salo. Will give credit to reliable pantos. Enquire of A , J. Grcenamayor , 033 Mynster St. , tele- The Filth lloulmnnt Rnnd , The members of the Fifth regiment band have joined in a card explaining at lougth how it was that they have been usiug the name of Fifth regiment band. They claim that Captain Mossimor , of the Dodge Light Guards , is the cause of the trouble ; that he induced them to adopt this name , and insisted that the regular regimental band hud dissolved , and that ho had authority to put thorn in the place. The band boys give numerous instances in which they claim that Captain Mossl- mor has grossly deceived them. They cite the fact that ho was the ono who In troduced aud recommended the skipping drum major , Carbec , and that ho was the one who ordered the uniforms for the bund , without having any provisions for paying for thorn. In fact the band boys narrate a history which shows badly for Mcssimcr. so far as his veracity Is con ccrncd. This showing is made to shcn the oubllo that the band is not Justl ; to bo censured by the colonel of the reel mcnt , as they were led into a false bone of the situation. Thov will now ndon some other name. Captain Alossimo can hardly rest under the charges mad by thn band , and will doubtless dcraani a day In some court. When you are in the city stop at th Pacific house. Street cars pass the dee every fifteen minutes for all the depots Meals 50 ccntscach. Bheriiinn'fi Slip. E. Sherman has received several serious rious injuries caused by a full. It appears that he has been engaged ir the erection of some houses InthoOmahi Plateau addition and at the time of the accident was puttinc on shingles. HI suddenly slinprd , head first and scclnt he was about to land on his head twistei himself so as to strike upon his shoul dors. In the fall he received n fracture of : couple of ribs as well as dislocating hi shoulder. J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money. nulldlng on the Dottonn. J. C.Colby will commence the crectioi of about ten new cottages next week north and west of the transfer. Thoj will cost about $3,000 each and before operations begin they will bo sold t < actual residents. THE KING OF THE BONIN ISLAND Itoinamlc Career of a Adventurer. Boston Globe : In 1821 Savory , born it Massachusetts , sailctl for the Sand wich islands , which ho believed , a ho wrote his family , offered the bes opening in the world for an enterurlsim young man. Kamuhamcha III. had jus come to the throne , and was thought u be favorable to Americans , while his lib crality was proved by his changing tin despotism of his ancestors into a const ! ttuional government. His subjects' hat voluntarily discarded their idols i movement , perhaps , unparalleled in tin world's history and they were now literally orally without n religion , and ready , ai the event proved , to accept Amoricai missionaries and American trade , Nev England rum and other demoralizing iu Iluunces included. Savory speedily ingratiated hirnscl with the kintr , who gave him some son of tenure of thu island of Mowee , abou 500 square miles in nxtont. the arabli portion of which was tilled by native ten ants. Ho was one of the first to introduce -duce , on a largo soalo , the raising o ! sugar. In regard to his domestic life there ii some conflicting testimony. It was generally orally believed by his old acquaintances nearly all of whom arc gone , that hi married the daughter of ono of the chief of the Sandwich islands , the sovereignty of which he inherited. This is a cor rupted version of subsequent transac lions at the Benin islands. The trull would seem to be that according to na live custom as well as that of thn oh bible patriarchs , ho "took" a daughtei of the hereditary chief of one of the isl ands , who was in the rctinuo of the queen's ladies. Shu had a daughter who bccainu queen of Kamliuamoha IV. Savory had boon on the i.slands thret years , when in 1827 some complication ! In his former business recalled him to In dia. The English ship Blossom , Captain Beechy , was at Honolulu bound for Can ton , and in her ho took passage. Nothing occurred to break the monotony of a I'ju cilic voyage till ono morning 111 n. lat , U0 ° and o. long. 142 , land wuodiscoveriu : by Savory , not laid down on the chart which , on making harbor , was found tc bo the northernmost of two islands nov known as Peel and South islands , or col lectively the Archbishop or Benin islands Having arranged Ins matters in India IK returned to colonize the newly discoverei islands , which , ho declared , were unsur passed for beauty , fertility , delightful climate , line and abundant water and ex cellent harbors. And ho was determined in spite of England to take possession o them and exorcise , at least , squatter sov ereignty. Ho pcrsuadod a hundred natives and i respectable number of Europeans am Americans to join him on his first voyage for which ho purchased a largo and well found ship. Such glowing account wore sent back by the colonists to the ! friends in the Sandwich Islands tha quite a tide of emigration set in. He took possession of Pool Island which ho found entirely uninhabited and it was not till after his arrival fron the Sandwich Islands with his secoiu installment of colonists that ho visitui South island. This , to his surprise , h found inhabited by a tribe similar ii form , complexion and features to th Sandwich Islanders , they were by csti mation 1,000 in number , and were gov erned by n despotic chief. The discover proved ol great and permanent importance anco to Savory , and caused an cutir change of programme in his pluus for tu future. Ho considered that his hold on Pool is land would bo but weak if Englam should think it desirable to exercise juris diction over it , while she would hard ! ; presume to trouble South island , ovc which ownership and sovereignty wcr already established. Accordingly , wit the consent of the king , \vlio had a strini of numcj , the lirst of which was Hugolu ho , and u few of his trusty followers came over from Pool island , a distance o about ono degree of latitude , and settlui down as loyal subjects of his copper-col ored majusty. Savory at once bent al his energies , backed by his great wealth to civilize the natives and improve thoi condition in every possible way. Meanwile , our future kintr was rapid1 ! gaining favor with old Hugolo , and almost as as a matter of course , marrici his daughter , his only child , and heires to the foe and sovereignty of the island This , however , was vested absolutely it her husband. The death of her father about 1840 , gave Savory the title , whicl he cyer after bore , of ' 'king of the Bonii islands , " the plural being justified 01 the ground that Hugolo always claiinut nominal jurisdiction ever Pool island aud o.xercisud som authority , througl Savory , over the colonists there , most ol whom were induced to remove to Soutl island after his accession. fc In 1835 or thereabouts our king sallct again to the San'dwich islands , leaving a trusty friend , an American , as resrunt There ho mot Walter M. Gibson , Kula kaua's late prime minister , whose life hud been as eventful and romantic as his own. Gibson was u Mormon , am wunt to the islands as a delegate anti missionary from Utah with plenty of the saints' money in his pocket. This he concluded to use fox his own advantage rather than Briglmm Young's. Ho and Savory concocted the magnificent scheme of uniting all the Paciho islands under ono government , tho.machlne , of course. to torun by thomfelves ; and they &eti\- \ ally fitted out a vessel and spent a yeai or two roaming over the ocean from island to island with the view of gaining the co-oporation of the various native chiefs. But as they could not Indu"o them to see it in that lcht | the project was abandoned , and the aaTonturors re turned to Honolulu. Sad news awaited Savory o/i his arrival. which darkened all hU subsequent life. Several Malay pirate vessels had not long before made a descent on the island. anu thdlr crows amounting to mor'o than 100 men , armed to th < weth , proceeded to burn and rob and commit every s.em ol depredation. In spite of his army clone company of Infantry , they U > ok hli wiTo and three children prisoners and escaped , Ho spared no pain ? for yearn ip search ing for thorn , but could not obtain the eligutcst IntoUJgeiuo of ( he frisgae.ru 01 their captors. Affcr a time ho married another native , woman , a relative of his first wlfc.by whom ho bad thrco children , all daughters , who are still living , or were at n recent date , though wo presume - sumo all claim to royalty has lauscd. Indeed , ten . years before his death Savory saw that the old native despotic forms were not in accordance with the fcolings of his subjects , nor with the spirit uf the increased civilization of the natives , and of his own notion ho gave them u representative government and the privilege of buying their land hold ing in fee. He bucamn very wealthy , thus fullilling the prcdictiou he made when he loft homeas / a cabin-boy , that ho would yet be able to drive with a coach and six. Ills last letter home pro posed to remit money home to bo in vested for his relatives and also to scud on his daughters to bo educated. But he died suddenly in 1879 , before ho had time to carry out his plans. ST. FRANCIS ACADEMY Cor , 5th Ave. & 7th St. , Council Bluffs , One of the best Educational Institu tions in the west. Boarding and day school conducted by the Sisters of Char ity , B. V. M. Board and tuition for a term of five months , $75. For further particulars address SISTER SUPERIOR , St. Francis Acedemy , Council Blufls , la. JOHN V. BTONE. JACOB SIMS STONE & S/MS , Attorneys at Law * Practice in the State and Federal Cour t Rooms 7 and S Shugurt-Beno Block. COUNCIL BLUFFS CROCKERY , LAMPS , GLASSWARE , -AND FINE POTTERY. Prices Very Low , W. S. HOMER & Co. , SO. S3 MA1X ST. , COVXCIL MLUlfJfS , IA : Off Uht Titlil * Ump Ii CB _ lutld * of lorict , YIELDS TO EVERY MOVEMENT OF THE WEARER. Ontne to the UliQOMtt EUftTIUTr of tha cloil , ( nrli ) , | mir patrntHn cr riclu-helr ) will nt pfrffftlv tli-t tlmeworn Rrqulrm no birnlclUK In. O'lET ntlt'RMil ) t'fjfi < ! ; ? , ' ? r ' . " 'is * nrn "n in > * "not fou * ' " " m ° PKltFKCT KI'J TI&0. 1IKAI/THFU1. anil < ' < mir < > rtul > lr Corfct ever worn. Kola by nil - . UICOTTY HUOU. . Chlcnvo , 111. OR NO PAY. OUR MAGIG REMEDY PosmvEtiY CORE Atiii DISEASES OF RECENT on Loxa STANDING IN FKOM FIVH TO TEN DAYS. NO OTHER REMEDY ON EARTH Will In All Cases Cure This Disease. Blnenthehl'torr of medicine A true Snoolflc for Syphilitic DUraic lm been i nKht fur but never found until thedlacnveij ojour MAU1C UKMKHV. We ha\c every reuon to nelleve thst It Is IHO- lutely unknown tu any physician , specialist ur cheuv lit Hi Ing , either In this or I lie ol J world. It wmdisco\cred hy mere arclJent thirteen years moliyl man nt no financial me ii tint n natural chemist , who only nsfd It la a quiet way In e.isi'l coming to Ills notice wlieie itTercrs could KOI no relief"hoiiithtliorniialili- ereiy Known ieni- cdy utirt cuiplpylnz tie must skillful phylclms In thfland , who liml ultimately pronounced these caaei "riioremcdy " here advertised Ins liecn guards I with the Utmost secrecy ilnce III < llse < erv. imtllavear acn. wlieiittituclifiiilii dledpi * } ! , J5 lie , il aj h d heen , and the original formula i > urcna ed or mi wtdoir Tills In hifef It the true ItUtory uf this moil Wonderful llemeilv. THE CMOK KKMEDV CO. thcrefoM luvepossci- ln'i of tlie onlv medicine In the world that will cur J thl Dreadeil Iiltease In nil III forms. They are Justlflrd In till" slutimeit for the reaion that the latest medical works , pubilahed by the licit- kii < i nVuthorltle . sai there U no true tpcclilc. We itr now r Ime a Tnu SrKMifio ONE THAT JUS NKTZH F ILKt ) . 1 hose who ha\e employed * veiy other known rcni' ed > wltliont tienellti should glvsua a trial. Nucur * no pay , and no expen'C to patient In any war. Vffl 'X * 3T4OX1. S VXjSl * We do nt nell the liemedj , or lend It out , under anv elrcumitiincei. We will treat all tige of thli disease at our nil reni ry , or at the patlent'i res'dencc either Iu Omaha 01 elsewhere In uuei wucro the patient la unable to come to ui. ' lcl In attend- W have Itoftulnr I'hy u nct > who Is a vrnilnntti ol ii-veral colleeei and hat hud over 35 J * ' rtW\tSP'n \ . Ir WE Fill. TO erni. THK COOKlUCMEpY CO. WIlHiEFUKB ILL ( IVrANfl PiY I.VflBC StriNIB ixrURKBD IN visiTixu UM MIA , whether the distance be ten or len thousand intlen. Onr centracts will bo endorsed by a reiponilble person and to the entire ittlsfacllua of patients. ( lid chronic cases ef Uonorrhva and Gleet perma nently cured , ai If bj mafic , Iu TO dayi. This Remedy ncti Immediately upon the nlood , remoInz from thu lystem e\ err trace of poison. Fever Horn * , llloo , KriintlniK , Ser Bliiuth , llrtlr-Fnlllnc. mxl ull Skin Oil- Banes cured In a marnlotuly nliort time. Nil otbcr known lleinudy In the v , arm caa do In ill months what we guannti to do In two weeks All we u k Is a trial Do NOT rnnnKr THAT \ri griRANTKi ! A cfRK o NO rAT. Ni > Specialist 01 Phjslcian will do this. You know from past r perl ence. If vou are one of the afflicted. These hhysl clam know they huve no remedy with which tliej CAV cure all Chronlo Gaiei of Syphilis , and will , as matter of course , > a > It Is ImpuiMulc to effect a per manent cure. But defy any of them to bring us case tint we will not I'tire permanently In * shorter time than Ii required for tlinmoit recent caseiwltb anv other knnun reme-lyliith * world , rurrc ponden > 'e unil crlllctl InvotlKOtlnn solic ited both so to our Aninclal ttandlng and \ eractty. Address COOK REMEDY CO. , OMAHA. NP.mtASKA. rilriX l T , HOOU 17 , HsULilAN HUILDINU. EDUCATIONAL. PENNSYLVANIAMIUTARV ACADEMY. CHE3TEH. 26th ywirop jns 8KPTBMUUU II. A MlT.ltAmTc6LF.KaB. DEGREES IN CIVIL BNOINBKUING , _ CUKMISTHY , AHCHITBCTUUK , AIITS. Preparatory Course's. Thorough Technical JJLPrfc- All Depurtnieqts conducted by able VHOFESaQBH. Military system second only to f W of U. H , M. A. Annuals of Lieut , B T. Hurt- lett , nps Sherman ATO. , City : or Chlof Pay- tnUtors OflSce , ArmrU adnuartera. COfI THRO. HYATT President. pftEEHOLI ) INSIlTUTK-Freebold , New i , Jl'ieyT4th year. Prepares for Princeton , > ale , Columbia , liarrard , and for Iuslne8. Key. A. Q/ChanlDcrs. A. M , Principal. Mirrin Park Military Acadimy A flrrt-olass. gnarllsh , Classical nnd Conmof- cJalboUopl. Bend for Catalogue. MORGAN PARK. COOK CO. . ILLINOIS , Illinois Conservatory of Music Uniurcaiied adrantatai In all Department ! of Vuilc , Lturttur * . Mortip languages , Klocullon. , AaiiusE.iYBUJ LAJU > , BttPl. , J CU ttTm , lit SPECIAL NOTICES , Special adrortUementi , such u Lost , Fount Vo Loan , For Sale , To lltnl , Wants , Bonrdlnt te. ( will bolnsertad In this column nt th lot ratoof TENCENTSPim LINK forthfirst loser Insertion. Loare adro-lliemcnt * nt our offlci No. 13 Pearl slrcct , ni.ir Broadway , Counol Plugs. WAKTg. W > NTnf-brie coo'knnii onodl"slivfn5h'cTn Bcolt hoiiso , North Main street. WANTED ( Jlrl to do general housework Ii snwll family. Mrs. K. O.UIeason , 421 Uloi Rvcnuo. A Rood girl for oook. Apply n once to Mrs. J. B. Mcl'horson , No. 129 Pierce street. Oil SALE-On easy terms or will trade to city property , a complete stock of furnl ttire. gtorei , also btilldlnir. It Is situated : miles cast on Wnbath railroad. Good town i ni opposition. Good rcaaons for selling. Poe sosulon trlvcn nt once. Will Inyolco about $3,500 Cnll or address Merchant , iKS Broadway , Coun oil IllulTa. > 'OK SALE OR THADR.-For Conncll Illuff property 40,000 acres of Iowa and Nc braska land. J. K. lllce.110 Mam St. Councl Bluffs. WILL sell two carriages on Ion ? time or wll trade for horsoi. William Lewis. HOTEL FOR RENT. The futtor hotino In Missouri Valley : fur nlshcd nret-class tlirotiphmit and with a Inrpi business established. Will bo rented on llbern terms to responsible parties. Cnll tm or ad dicss HUGH PKKOY , Mlssoutl Valley. OFFICER A PUUEY , coo Broadway , Council BliilTs.Iowa. Established 1857. Has a complete line of Hi i lint r.nrife hnts hi white , blnck and all colors. Put tern bonnotg , hum and toques , aipeclaltr. No 1511 Uouglm at , Omaha. Creston House , Main Street , Council Bluffs , Only Hotel in the City with Fire Escape. Electric Call Bells. Accommodation * Flrht Claim , And Kales RcaHonaulc Max Mohn , Proprietor C. B. ALLEN , Engineer , SurveQrMapPuUtsher ; , Over Tfo. 12 Xorth Main St. Mnps , of cltloa nnd counties BSTAIiblSHEDlPOS D. H. McDANELD & COMPANY , Hides , Tallow , Pelts , WOOL , AMD runs. Highest Market Prices. Promjt Returns. 820 and 822 Main Street , Council Bluffs , Iowa. 7 ? . S. BARNETT , Justice of the Peace , 416 liroadway , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or business house in the city. Collections a specialty. JV. SCHUltZ , Justice of the Peace. Office over American Express. No. 419 BROADWAY Finest Landaus Coaches and Hacks in City. WILLIAM WELCH , OFFICES ! No. 418 Broadway The Manhattan , Telephone No. 83 Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 9 LATEST NOVELTIES Iu Amber , TovtoiseShell etc.Hair On nnnicnts , as well aa the newest nov elties in hair goods. Hair poods inadeto order Mrl. crt. Gillette ! 9 Mnln St. . Couucil ttluffs , Iowa. Out ) f town work solicited , and all mail jrders promptly attended to , Star Sale Stab/es / and Mule Yards Jroadway , Council llluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot Horses and mules constantly on hand or sale at retail or in car load lots. Jrders promptly filled l > y contract on ihort notice. Stock sold on commission Telephone 114. SIII.UTKU& HOI.KY. Opposite Dummy Dejpot , Counci blulia HARKNESS BROS. , 401 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS. CLOSING OUT ALL Summer Dress Goods , White Goods Parasols , Gloves , Mitts , Hosiery , Etc. , Etc. OTJPI CARPETS , Are Large and Well Selected Our Patterns are Choice and Quality the Besttf New Goods are arriving and invite inspection A FULL LINE OF Curtains , CURTAIN DRAPERIES , SHADING ETC. , ETC , Work Done by Competent Workmen. Mail Orders Promptly Attended To 401 Broadway , Council Bluffs , N. B. Special attention given all orders by mail. BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OP Pianos and Organs Persons wishing to purchase instruments will find it to their interest to call on ws. . . IitstrurncntR Tuned mid Repaired. We never Tail to give ( mlUfacllon. . Over SO year * ' Experience in Piano and Organ Work. Swanson Music Co. No. 329 Broadway , Council Blufla , Iowa BECHTELE'S ' NEW HOTEL , Best $2.00 a day house in the west. LOCATION , THE BEST , FIRST CLASS TABLE , SAMPLE ROOMS and ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES ! Kegular : Boarders : : Keducerl : : Kates. NO. 336 & 338 Broadway , council Bluffs. No. 201 Main St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa. A C'O.MI MTI ; : As Fancy and Staple Groceries Both Domestic and Foreign , BEST LIGHT LIVERY INT The lincht of driving horses ahvuvt * on land und fur sale by MASE.WISE , . REAL ESTATE , Vacant Lots , Lands , City Iteiidnncni hiij t-urms. Aero property In western puit of city All tullltiif cheap. B. P. OFFICER , Real Estate & Insurance Agent , lloora 0 , over Officer It I'usey'e liunk , Couuc ( Ulull * .