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E/ THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : i MONDAY , BEPTEMBEK 20 : 1887. T.HE DAILY BEE. COUNCIL BLUFFS OFFICE , HO. 13 , PEARL STKEET. J ) lJmed by enj-rlcr ) n nnr part of the cltr at twenty cents per wook. II. W. TILTON , . . . Manager. TKLEM10NB3 : 9riTKii > fl Omcc. No. . HICJIIT EDITOR No. 33. MINOIt MENTION. N. Y. Plumbing Co. Kcltor , tailor. Fall goods cheap. The city fathnrs meet this evening. United States court convenes to-mor row. Ladles , sblncd wrltlco comnc desk and Bowing m Domcsticachinu. oflicc , 105 Mam. A well known Broadway butcher in teen to bo joined in wedlock to ono of the fair daughters of this city. tOne of Council Bluffs' favorite lady vo calists is to be united in marriage to a Broadway merchant on the llth proximo. There is a fine sorrel nuiro in the pound that hns been there for a week. It is thought that It was stolen by some one , who after riding it to the city , abun- donod it. Yesterday was the first Sundnv for Tim Club. The rooms were visited by many of the members who enjoyed the luxuri ously furnished apartmcuts hugely us a quiet resting place. Kov. E. U. McCreary preached last ulcht at the Broadway Methodist church , it being his last sermon previous to his going to his new charge in California the latter part of this week. Saturday night just before the time of shutting down the electric light works ( or the night the connecting rod of the engine broke , in consequence of which the electric lights were not lighted last night. It is expected that the damage will bo repaired by to-night in time to light up again. The work of grading Tenth avenue for the Union Pacific railway begins this morning under the contract of John C. I/ci ( , provided the weather is favorable. Work will be pushed rapidly by Mr. Leo , nnd ho expects to have his entire force put upon it , provided ho can take them away from his other work , someol which is about completed. The Berkoy & Gay furniture is sold only by C. A. Becbe < & Co. List your property with Cooper & Juuson.Mo. 120 Main st. Pcnonal Paragraphs. Charles L. Hnss is homo from Chicago. Mrs. J. C. Mitchell has returned from her visit at Pacific Junction. Miss May Hazard loft Saturday for Tabor , where she will attend school. Walter Beobo has returned from n trip in Nebraska for the house of C. A. Bucbe Ac Co. Dave Stubbs is the father of a boy. and Bays he weighs just cightcen'pounds and & naff. James Sacnln is among the proud fathers now , as ho uossus&cs a bran now baby girl. Bert , Evans. Oscar K-joline.'Bort Sar gent and George Brown arc camped on Honey creek. J. D. Warren , of St. Louis , owner of the Warren flats on Fifth avenue , is at the Bcchtelojiotol. L. 'Harris received a present at 2 o'clock yesterday morning in the shape of a bouncing girl baby. L. Simmons , Singer sowing machine ngont , returned from a trip on the road Saturday night.v Mrs. Chris , lludio and children have RTlved from Bufl'alo , fs. JT. , and will make this city their future home , as Mr. lludio has located hero. C. L. Hammel , late ot the Marseilles manufacturing company , has gone in with the Haworth check mower , to till the vacancy caused by the promotion DickHaworth. . D. O. Finch , United States district at torney , of DCS Moines. arrived last night and is at the Option with W. T. Kankm , his assistant. Thov are the first United States court ofllcials to arrive. Lester and Daisy , children of E. E. Haruness , returned homo yesterday , ac companied by their grandmother , Mrs. Lester , with whom they have been spen'l- . ing the summer at Binghamton , N. Y. F. B. Sullivan , an employe of the Union Pacific railroad , and a prominent citizen of Omaha , spent Saturday on this side. After transacting some business with the county auditor , John Clansur , ho drove about the city and took in Coun cil Blufl's. After having visited the most prominent places and seeing the many improvements , ho came to the conclusion Unit Council Hlufl's was booming , and so made up his mind to build a I mo resi dence on this side in the spring. Church hassocks at Bcobo & Co.'s Money to loan. Cooper & Judsou. Visit the now jeweler , C. Voss , No. 415 Broadway , if you wish anything in his lino. Ho lias u fine assortment of the best goods. _ _ J. W. and E. L. Squire lend money. 9 Special Cloak Sale. For this week you can get a good 43 inch long plush cloak for f 15 , u lustre seal plusn cloak 44 inches long for f 33. the best seal plush cloaks from $35 to | 40 each. A good Newmarket for f 3 , | 4. f 0 , | 8 and flo each. A good jacket with hoods for (1 , | 3 , | 3. | i , | 5 , $5 up to f 10 each. Special bargains in short wraps and Misses' and children's garments. Ladies' , Misses' and children's dresses at less than half the urico it costs to make hero. Como to the People's store this week nnd see what a dollar will buy for you. Special bargains will bo offered in men' , boy's and children's clothing , cent's furnishing goods , underwear ami boots and shoes. Kemnant sale Monday and during this week , at less than one-half the cost. Bo on hand early. H I\HY : EISEMA'NS it Go's. , People's Store. C. A. Beobu & Co. , shipped three' cat loads of furniture last week. Watches , clocks , jewelry , etc. , the best in the city. C. Voss , jeweler , No. 410 Broadway. Ucpalrsu _ specialty. Dr. J , T. Van Ness , physician and sur geon , otlico room 3 , Opera House block , will attend professional calls day 01 uicht. Residence corner Eighth avenue and Fifteenth street. One thousand head of ono , two and three-year-old steers for sale. Will give credit to reliable parties. Enquiie of A. J. Grccnamayor , C23 Mynstor St. , Vole- nil I y Doris & Colvin's circus loft ono of their largo elephants with William howls to keep nnd take care of for Forepaugh when ho arrives Thursday. Lewis baa il In his stables , nnd yesterday morning , when Matt Harlo arrived , Lewis sent him to sco his new thoroughbred. Hark opened the door , and us ho did so the elephant stuck his trunk into his face , The fright was so great that it took , him most of the , day to recover from the shock. _ _ The elegant furniture for the iluslnes ; Men's club was furnished by C. A. Bccbc ft Co. PAIR OF QUAILS PARTED , The Irate Husband Hnots Up the Ag grieved Wife and Das Her Arrested. SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES. IntorpHtlng Tint-vent Homo Services lliu New Mcthodlit I'antoi Xlio Silver City Mcrchantfl Trying to Pacify Creditors. She Didn't Quail. Snm Quail , of Tlum Creek , Nob. , ar rived in this city ynstordny at 13:80 : o'clock in search of his wife , whom ho claimed , had refused to live with him. As lie was walking up Broadway , directly after his arrival in this city , ho met the object of his search just entering a res taurant at No. 803 Broadway. Quail wont to police headquarters and there in formed Duputv Marshal White that ho wished his wife placed under immediate arrest : that she was a fugitive from jus- tlca ; that an officer in Omaha held a warrant for her arrest and she was want ed for numerous other causes. ' The deputy marshal and a representa- tlvo of thu HER proceeded to the restau rant in company with Quail. On the expedition it was learned that Quail wanted to obtain possession of his tlve- year-old son more than ho wanted pos session of his wife. After locatins the restaurant , Quail retired into seclusion , while the deputy marshal and the HIK : man introduced themselves to Mrs. Quail , who had boon goijig under the name of Francis J. Gil bert. When made aware of the fact that her husband requested her arrest , Mrs. Quail said she had committed no offense and saw no reason for being placed under arrest. The deputy marshal informed her that Quail was ubout.to swear out a warrant provided , she would not acquiesce in remaining in the custody of the police until his warrant from the other side of the river arrived. Also that ho had no authority to piaca her under arrest , but if she wished , she could go to the station and remain there until the warrant arrived. She concluded she would go us she had no fear of any war- runt ho might have had issued. When she was ushered into the police men's parlor she. freely gave full ac count of her unhappy union with Quail eight years ago and the treatment she had received at his hands since then. She Is a blonde of rather small stature and above the avciago Intellectually. She acknowledged having left her hus band in May last , and claimed ho not alone drank excessively , but gambled away even her hard earned money. That the child was in an institution in Omaha and she proposed to keep it there. If Quail got the child ho'd have her with it , but she preferred to be allowed to re main away from him. She had gone under an assumed name because she didn't want him to follow her up. She had worked hard since she had left him , as well as she hud boon compelled to do , even when they had lived together. She had worked at the restaurant for two days and her employer know the facts connected with her case thoroughly , showing she hud no disposition to de ceive him. Quail offered the HEE man a five dollar bill and requested it bo handed to his wife , which she refused to accept , al though pho only had 50 cents in her pocket and her two days' pay comiiin from her employer. She said ho couldn't make it appear that ho was supporting her by thus oll'eriiig her monoy. She said lie was well able to support her and their sou , would ho lot dissipation alono. as although ho had no extensive education , ho was naturally smart and a very fair lawyer. QuaiFsent to Omaha for the warrant , saying ho simply wanted to reclaim his wife and obtain possession ot his child , llo appeared with a now suit of store clothes , a new pair of shoos and a silk hut , which caused his wife to smile whim she saw him out of the window as she re marked , that he was becoming quite gay in his now costume , after having been walking upon his uppers for sometime uast. 'Sho disliked the newspaper notoriety riety which would of necessity bo caused , but thought Mr. Quail would rather en joy it. She chatted with the chief of police and city marshal and apparently tried to hide her humiliation at being confined in the station , after whicli she busied horsclf by writing Many moo of many minds ; Many birds of many kinds. Many tishcs in the sea , and Many folks who cant's nicreo. Besides the above , Quail charges her with lowliness and being intimate with a traveling man at Vinton , la. His cilargos were received with a grain of allowance , as parties who know him in Sac county considered him rather a worthless man , principally on account of drink. During the latter hours of the after noon Sheriff Taylor , of Plum Creek , ar rived , and Mrs. Quail consented to go across the river without a requisition upon the warrant in the sheriff's posses sion charging her with assault with in tent to kill. She did not deny having struck her husband upon the forehead just previous to her leaving him. The Hnrvent Homo. The harvest homo services at the First Baptist church yesterday morning were very interesting and well attended. The platform was completely bidden by the profuse display of cereals , fruits , vege tables and llowers , which were very tastefully arranged , and showed to the best advantage. Kov. Dr. Cooley , the pastor , entertained his hearers with a very interesting discourse , taking as his text , Dout. 10:10. : He said that the whole Jowibh people , pious klncs , and also Christ and his apostles- observed the three great vcarly festivals spoken of in the text. When faithful in their observ ance of those periods of thanksgiving , peace and prosperity rolgned , while on the other side , if not observed , the pro * tccting hand wus withdrawn , and as a result fumin stared them in the face , and they wono given into the hands o ! their enemies. Now at this season of harvest. God wants us to bo especially thankful for his bounty in providing for us. Various articles of beauty erect the eve and sup ply our wants. The wants of the brute arc few : how varied are ours. It has boon said that ' 'the more wants a man has , the higher is his civilization. " How very much wo are above the savages. Various fruits , grains and vegetables add to our joy. Who would not thank God for the chemistry of the sun and air in preparing all thcso things for us ? Do you realize that what wo oat and drink as well as our clothing , the cotton am ! the wool , all come , directly or indirectly , from the soil ? Wo could do nothing should God withhold his blessing. Shouli Ho send famine for a single Reason , the loom would bo idle and the world in dis tress , All is dependent on His bounty. Should wo not thank Him for His groal goodness the past season ? God forbid unthankful hearts. Wo enjoy the united results of the sunshine and tno frost. J have no sympathy with the man or woman who can not rejoice m harvest. To day wo como hero to return thanks and rejoice for the bless ings God has bestowed upon us. No Jew would think of going to the temple- without an offoriuir. The idea of wor ship is sacrifice. The heathen would not appear before his idol , nor the Jew bo- fora the altar without an offering. Noth lug should make us rejoice so much as when we think ot what God has done and is doing for us. The speaker then gave a brief hlsiorj of homo mission work , following which a collection was taken up. In the evening the children of the Sab * ) ath school truvo a pleasing entertain ment. Mrs. 1'rof. McDonald also cave an Interesting exhibition m sign lan guage. The Mow I'AHtnr. The now pastor ot the Broadway Meth odist Episcopal church , llov. W. H. W. lees , preached his first sermon yester day morning. The church was crowded with a congregation anxious to see and hoar the now pastor. Mr. llcos is of middle ago and inspires ono with confi- lenco as to his integrity of purpose and earnestness in the work ho has chosen , lo is a very pleasing speaker , nrticulat- ng very pHlnly , at the same time spoak- ng rattier slowly. Ho has a line llow of anguage with an ability to clothe beautiful thoughts In simple words. " Ho prefaced his remarks by saying that ho should pursue the mtlcy so vigorously outlined by his pro- Icccssor in the suppression of vice and sin tn all its different phases ; also that ho hould not hesitate to rcbuko any of the church members should ho find thorn derelict In their church duties. Ho hoped o bo able to comfort them in time of nf- liction , to advise In business relations and to cheer in time of trouble. Ho took us his text Colossians i-33 : 'Whom wo preach , warning every man ind teaching every man m all wisdom ; hut wo may present every man perfect n Jesus Christ. " Christ is the remedy for nil the errors .hat wo commit. Not only a belief in Jhrist and the transaction of Calvary , nit n belief in the personal presence of Jhrist to-day is necessary to save souls. Jhrist is thu central theme of all lifo re- ated olosoly to the lifo of all Christians , ind this belief in the presence of Jesus Jhrist is necessary to help you all to bear the burdens of overyd.vy lifo , of business , of social relations , of homo lifo , in fact Jhrist is the grout burden-bearer of the niman race. Without this faith in the personal presence of Jesus Christ , all abor , faith and work is vain. Ho is ono to help you in the darkest hour. The pulpit must give no uncertain sound against sin. I intend to warn you against the sin of indifference. Kesolvo by God's help to guard you against indifference. Shun idleness , the church is no place or Idlers ; let your place at church , class meetings , Dand services not bo inter fered with by your business. Ho Methodists ; God grant that we may obey the little book as well as the larger ) no ; we live in an ugc of books , when it s a sin to bo ignorant. The pulpit should ; each the way to knowledge for the road ; o kuowlodgo is the way to Christ : the Jed of nature is the Gud wn worshiu , and wo worship Him more perfectly as wo become perfected in knowledge. " The Sllvnr City Sensation , The Cases of Brinton & Woodman , the Silver City general merchants , are at tracting much attention. They sold their stock to 11. M. Wilbur for 13,000 cash , while J. V. Farwcll .V : Co. , of Chicago , held a mort- jago against the stock for if STi1) that , jy agreement of the interested parties when it was given July 3 , 1837 was not lo bo placed upon file , as lirinton & Woodman feared the recording of the sarao would virtually end their business career. Woodman spent Friday night in the county jail , and Saturday ho. with his attorney and Chief of Police Mullen , drove to Silver City thereby hoping 10 close up matters so lib could aaiu become n free man. It appears that ho made ar rangements to Settle the firm's indebted ness to Messrs. Grouowcg & Schocntgon , of this city , of some ! ? 10 > > , r.nd returned in company with 11. M. Wilbur , the pur chaser. The chief of police spent the entire day and night , in the company of the prisoner and at midnight , with his attorney , thu prisoner appeared at the homo of Justice Scliur/ and usked to bo released from arrest as arrange ments to settle the case had boon mudu , Mr. Schocntgon had been induced by Attorney Limit 10 join the midnight party , but 'Squire richur/ said ho would give no midnight decisions , nnd that the chief of police , who had so kindly ac companied Woodman all day , should hold the prisoner for appearance Sunday morning at 0 o'clock at the justice's ollico. Saturday afternoon S. P. Brinton was arrested and taken from Silver City to Glonwood , Mills county , upon informa tion filed by Stone & Sims , attorneys for J. V. Furwoll is Co. This part of the proccpilinjw being looked after by J. _ Y. Stone while Juoob Sims made attidavit before 'Squire Sohur/ Saturday evening that a warrant had been issued for Woodman also : that ho wanted him hold until the sheriff of Mills county arrived notwithstanding it appeared that perhaps the first claim made would possibly bo satisfied , While Wilbur , Llndt , Woodman and Chief Mullen wore driving into Council Bluffs Saturday nicht a writ of replevin was issued in Mills county at the in stance of Stone & Sims , and the stock of goods was taken chary o of. It is re ported that the stock has beun materially reduced recently. Yesterday morning C. P. Brinton , of this city , arranged a bond for his brother who is under arrest in Glonwood nnd there imprisoned , as the offense was com mitted in Mills county , while Woodman's case under the Gronowep A : Schoontgon case was committed iu this county. Sheriff Dan Farrell , of Mills county , arrived yesterday. Prosecuting Attorney Sims requested that Woodman bo de livered to him nnd Justice Schurz so ordered , the Gronoweg & Schocntgon case being continued indefinitely. Effects of Rnttlpannke Poison. New York Sun : On August 20 , 1883 , a livo-vear-old son of George Putnam , who lives at Stony Ford , Pa. , was returning homo from driving the cows topastuio , and stopped by the roadside to pick some berries. Ho was barefooted , and sud denly felt a sharp sting on the instep of his loft foot. Ho ran crying homo and told his mother that ho had scratched his foot on a brier. Thn foot had begun to swell , and his mother picked from the flesh what she at first supposed to bo a brier , but , as the foot continued to swell and the boy's sufferings were intense , the alarming fact was apparent that ho had been bitten by some poisonous snaLe , and that the supposed brier was oue of its fangs that had buried itself in the wound and been pulled from the snake's jaw.Mrs. Mrs. Putnam called her husband , who was at work near the house , nnd alarmed other members of the family. A live chicken was cut in two and the warm flesh applied to the wound. Whisky was given to the boy in largo quantities , and a messenger was dispatched for a doctor. A member of the family went to the spot where the boy said ho had felt the sharp sting , and found a rattlesnake coiled near the roadside. The snake was killed and one of its fanes was found to bo missing , which loft no doubt of the na ture of the boy's injury. The snake was cut open and laid on the wound in the boy's foot , which had swollen to more than double its natural size. The suffer ings of the boy were so great that ho could scarcely bo hold down in the bed by two men. The doctor arrived and cauterized the wound , but said U was too lute and that the boy would die. The swelling had extended up the leg to his waist , and the leg became spotted. Antidotes prescribed by the doctor were administered , but the whisky treatment was also adhered to. The boy's body turned black , but after three days of the most terrible agony the swelling began .o go down , and In a week the victim was able to got about. In a month's tlmo all the effects of1 the poison seemed to invo disappeared nnd the boy was as well as over. On the 20th of August * 1894 , ho wns seized with n sharp pain In his foot , which began to sell , nnd In a short time its log nnd foot worn swollen to double .heir sl/o , nnd bncnmo spotted , ns they hnd on the day tho' ' boy wns bitten by the snnko Ho experienced the same symp toms , and suffered for three days almost ns much agony ns Tie had the year beforn. When the swelling again went down the pnln subsided and the symptoms disap peared. Regularly on the 20th of August jvory year since the same symptoms liavo n'ppoared , on thn authority of a woll-known citizen of Tloga countv , nnd their recurrence this yenr was marked by more than usual pain and swelling , the spots on the leg and body strikingly re sembling thatof n rattlesnake. The sufferings of the boy were so intense that ho was not expected to pass through them with his life , but nt last accounts ho wns slowly recovering. It is said that there are three similar cases on record ono of n girl who was bitten by n rattlesnake m Livingston county , Now York , thirty years ago , and who for twenty-five years , on the anni versary of the day on which she was bitten , was subject to the snmo symp- : ems ns attended the original poisoning. She died In crcnt agony on the twenty- fifth recurrence of the terrible symptoms. THE FALL SEASON Having opened , the time for purchasing lieavy clothing approaches and every one wishes to know where to go to get the best quality for the least money. If vou will INSPECT OUR STOCK before you purchase elsewhere , you will be enabled to see about what you can pur chase ) our selections for. It will not be necessary for you to buy of us , we simply extend vou an invitation to call and ex amine the Finest and Best Selected stock of clothing ever in Council Bluffs. We offer for sale a large line of SAWYER CASHMERES , NORTH ADAMSCASHMER E , AND BROADBROOK & LIV INGSTONE'S CASHMERE suits.in sack or frock s'yles ' , in the hair lines , silk mixtures , gray mixtures , brown mixtures , criinsoi'ni\turcs ; ' , broken plaids and all the new styles. These to be ap preciated must beiiseen. They are neat nobby goods.Ve ha\e a fine line of PRINCE ALBERT Coats and Vests , as well as four-button Cutaways , in all colors. These goods In cut , fit , finish and 'rimming , are equal to the best uilor made goods and we offer them for less than'half a tailor could make them for. Youths , ' and Clnldiun'b bints A SPECIALTY. We show a fine line of the.e oods a < s well as a full assortment of the cheaper grjdes cr s-chool wear. A full line of knee pants , and boi's shirt \\af-ts. We lia\e everything imaginable in GENTS'FURNISHINGS , Including Hats , Caps , the finest line of NecUwcar ever in the city. Silk , Alnpaca nnd Gingham Umbrellas. A full line of White Shirts , besides Percales , Cheviot and Flannels of all colors. We are here to show goods and trust the public \\ill favor us by givinsf us a c.ill and at least inspect our lines , which \\i- claim equal to anything ever in this city. JOE W. BACHARACH , No. 416 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Next Dear to The Manhattan. Star Sale Stables and Mule Yards Droadnny , Council Bluffs , Opp. Dummy Depot Horses and mules constantly on hand for sale nt retail or in car load lots. Orders promptly filled by contract on short notice. Stock sold on commission Telephone 114. SHLUTKU & HOLIY. : Opposite Dummy Depot , Counoi Hlufla A. scnuitz , Justice of the Peace. Ollico o\cr American Kxpross. No. 419 BROADWAY E. S. ftARNETT , Justice ot the Peace , 416 Broadway , Council Bluffs. Refers to any bank or business house In the city. Collections a specialty. OFFICER 0 PUSEV , 600 Broadway , Council Blufls.Iowa. Kttnbllshod 1S5T. Creston House , Main Street , Council Bluffs , Only Hotel in the City with Fire Escape , Electric Call Bells. Accommodations Vint Clam , Aud Rutei Reasonable Max Mohn , Proprietor FREE ! Commencing , Monday , Sept26th , For one wcelt only we will give A curtain pole with each pair of curtains sold. In nnlcr to malic this tale lively we shall cut the prices ilown on every thing In thedranery department. COUNCIL BLUFFS CARPET CO. , 405 BROADWAY , Council Bluffs , - Iowa OGDEN BOILER WORKS CARTER & SON , Proprietors. - ) MANl'tACTUUiUS : Ol ( ALL KINDS OF STEAM BOILERS SHEET IRON WORK Ordci ? forrounlra by mall promptly nttemlo to. Sntlsfnctlon Kiiuruntrcd. Tenth Avo. ad joining the Ogdnn Iron Works , Council Ulutri. SPECIAL NOTICES. cpcclft ? ! advertisements , such ni Lost , Fo ind loLonnKor 8\\c \ , To Rent , Tvnnts , Ronrdlnr , etc.ivill bclnrortcd In thin column ut the loir ratuof TEN Cc.NT3PF.lt LINE rorthoHrsi inaer- IonnnJ I'lveContal'crLlnefo.'cachaubiaquent Insettlon. Lcuvo ndvcrlUoraonta nt our t > 0k No. U I'enrl ttioet , near llrondway , Council Ulufls. WANTS. Vl'ANTKD A Rlrl for Kftieral IIOUBO work ; ' must be n competent cook : two In family ; nlEOvouinn lor child nurse ; Geriimn pro- fi'irod. Amont's Hat , 7th street , near Willow uvcfuic , WANTED To buy n few lota chenp from tbuownurs. Cn h or on time , AtUlicss K. C. , llro ollico. Council lllulla. 1'XCIIAN(1K-I ( ' of und TIO - nuvo u ftoc't uoot shocH. Wiint itu\o you trnt In cxclmnKo' 1'or one week only. C.llvo < illloo , Council lllUUH. LOST Pair of polrt-bamled ppcctiiulc ? . Ito- turn to Kolloy's house , Muln 8t. nnd get reward. WANTKD A Kood111 forcooH. Apply nt onto to Mrs. J. 11. Mcl'lioison , No. l il I'iorco street. WANTID-A ( 'IU lur irpiiunil liuiihuwurk. biinill lumily , hand ) kltchan. 'UUGthtuu. F Olt PAJ.K At n lniTriifiirn ] lliioyounyr llnm- liktoDinn liurso.wltli IIIIUKV uiul Imrncas , ncnrly new. Cull nt Weiithcrby's stable or on L. A. Uovlnr. ITTOlt SALn A flrst-claig restaurant , host 10- JL' cntlon In city. Hunted by stouin. Wutcr- \\orke , excellent piitronajre : range , Ice Imuso. kltchpii.cvoij thin'In lli t'Cla3 Rtjlo. U Nil to pell on account of ill hcnlth. Jalm Allen , Coun cil limits. Poll SAl.E-Stocls of ilruRs In central No- bnislin. Will invoice iibout $ IXJ. ( ) In- ipilreof llurlo , llnsa &Co. , Council lllulls , In. P'OH 8AI.K OH TIIAUC.-For Conncll Hlntls property 40,000 acres of Iow nnd Ne- In Haka bind. J. K. lllce , 110 Main bt. Council IllntTs. ALLEN'S NEW MAP -OF- OMAIIAfiCOUNClLBIMS lixOVS foot In fl/o , colored by addition , slmwlnir all lot3 und sub -ill vl-ioiis Included In teullory U milts nottli und bonth b ) lO'i mlk'3 east and west. west.PKICE $1O. Address C. U. ALLKN , Publisher. REAL ESTATE , Vacant Lots , Lnnds , City Itceldoneos and I'm ms. Acre property in western pait of city All bellin ? cheap. B. P. OFFICER , Real Estate & Insurance Agent , lioom 0 , over Officer & 1'usey's Bank , Couno Blulfa. Finest landaus Coaches and Hacks in City. WILLIAM WELCH , OFFICES ; No. 418 Broadway Tin M t.h'trn Telephone No. 33 Na. 615 Main Street , Telephone No , 9 HOTEL FOR RENT. The Sutler house in Missouri Valley ; fur nished first-class throughout and with a large business established. Will be rented on liberal terms to responsible parties. Call on oraddress. HUGH PERCY , Missouri Valley. LATEST NOVELTIES lu Amber , T.oitoiscShell etc. , Hair Ou nanicntg , as well aa tlio newest nov elties iu hair goods. Hair ( foods niadeto order Gillette 20 Mnin St. , Council Ulufls , Iowa. Out of town work solicited , aud all mall orders promptly attended to , HARKNESS BROTHERS , 4O1 Fall Goods , NEW GOODS , BEAUTIFUL GOODS , GOOD VALUE and CHEAP. CALL and SEE THEM Wo have now In stock onrnctv purchases In Silica , Dress Goods , Under * wear , flannels , Domestics , etc. , etc. Headquarters for CARPETS And OIL CLOTHS We have the largest selection and finest patterns of carpets In the clty'ot the west. They comprise Axminster , Moquettes , Body Brussels , Tapestry Brussels , Three-ply Ingrain , Matting , Rugs , Etc , , Etc. We shall be pleased to meet and show our customers these new and chotc4- fabrics. Donotforyet the place. HARKNESS BROS. , 401 Broad way , Council -Bluffs , Iowa. vS THE AUTOMATIC TRUNKvS Beats thorn all for Sample Trunks nnd CUSGS , Theatri cal nnd Tourists' Trunks. Uontfail to sco it. .The * " Lndies' Favorite. This and nil other kinds ot Trunks und Cases manu factured by Zimmerman & Young Bros. And sold at whole sale and retail. Two carloads on hand at 542 lirondway Council Blu ffs , Iowa Send for Circulars and 1rices. BEST MAKES AND HIGHEST GRADES OP Pianos and Organs Persons wishing to purchase instruments will find it to their interest to call on us. Instrument ! Tuned nnd Repaired.Vc never fall to give Ruturacllon * Over 2O yearn' Experience In Piano and Organ Work. Swanson Music Co. No. 329 Broadway , Council Bluffn , 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 ! Ilegular : Boarders : : Jleduced : : Rates. NO. 336 & 338 Broadway , council Bluffs. JOHK r. blOKC JACQU 8IU8 STONE & S/MS , Attorneys at Law * Practice in ( he fSt tc and Federal Cour t Ro tu 7 and S Bhugart-Beno Block. COUNCIL ULUFM FINE MILLINERY. * NEW FILL STYLES OPEN , f 1415 DOUGLAS ST. , . . OMAH I .