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THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA THUKSDAST , MAI'il , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ?
Thursday Morning May 11.
BunscnimoN KATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - 20 cents per week
- - - - - - (10 00 | iet Yc r
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nca
0. E. MATNE , Manner City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
Work has begun on lov l's new
> The city council meets thin evening to
closs up equalization matters.
Joseph Keller makes nulls in the lixt
cat styles at 310 Broadway. nprlMf
Jim Bnoddcrly ngaln saw the Iniido o
the calnbooso yesterday , This time for
being drunk ,
The temperance lecture to bo deliv
ered this evening by the lion , J. II. Finch ,
At Dohany's , Is n free one.
Main Direct now has n doublc-hctxled
cow for n side show , with the usual hand-
organ for accompaniment ,
The anti-prohibitionist * are talking ol
starting a campaign paper to combat Hint
being published by the tcmpernnco folk.
For the first ten dayn in the month
there hare been forty-four arrenti by the
police , a much larger number than usual ,
The district attorney la preparing to
begin on the criminal calendar next
"Wednesday , a little earlier than wax gen
Take your ice from the Blue Wacom ,
I , OrderH taken at J. T. Olivet's and nt
Jones Bros' . Grocery. Mullholland &Co , ,
Successors to I ) . F. Kicher. np2tf ! )
The Offlco of City Weigher Williams
at the junction of Pearl and Main elrcoli
da about completed , and the xcaler will
soon bo in place.
The long-standing cano of the stale vs.
Martin , being a glandcrcd horse case , was
liefore Justice Abbott yesterday , and
again continued , thin tlmo until the 2Gtli.
J. AI. NlchoU was arrested by Chief
IKicld for being drunk. It appeared that
ho took quinine and whisky for tbn ague ,
and wasn't ' used to it. lie was therefore re-
The query is , Who ownn the holes in
the alilewalk on the north aide of Broad1
way , Just west of Scott street ? Whoever
does should cither remove them or fill
them up ,
Th funeral services of Mrs , Sarah
"Grnson , wife of Joseph tirason , were held
yesterday forenoon , Her. Mr. Lemon
officiating , nnd friends joining with true
sympathy in paying mete respect to the
remains of the worthy woman.
' -ChiefField saya that while whisky
kills more folks than the nmall pox , yet
people don't seem to be v ery afraid of that.
'Squire Mono chips in to Bay , too , and ex
plains the mystery , by declaring that whk-
Icy la ploa/enter to take ,
The meetinjf of the V. M. 0. A. , to
be held at the Baptiit church to-morrow
evening , promises to bo of unusual interest
aa a delegation of thirty or more from the
Omaha association will be present and
Ivanhos Conimandcry fto. 17 , Knlghta
Templar , are in receipt of an invitation to
.go to Omaha to join with the Knighta there
in the celebration of Ascension day , which
falls on the 18th Inst. , after whicii they
trill join in a pilgrimage mounted and
uniformed. It will prove a decidedly ( n-
terestiiig occasion ,
This evening Win. J. Marshall is to
lecture in the Bloomer school building on
Colorado , presenting dissolving views by
the calcium light tereoiticon , and com
bining much instruction with much enter
, J tainment. The proceeds are to go toward
purchasing apparatus for the school.
A fellow named Anderson , a bottler
by profession , was yesterday arrested by
ilarfihal Jackaon , lie had been on a
upree , and entering n bake shop , purchased
noino cakes , sat down on a barrel head , and
munched them , but could not pay for Ma
aweet meat , and was not in a condition to
Yoturn the cookies , or at least the cookiea
were not In uhape to be returned.
J. B. Htacy was arrested Tuesday ,
charged with being drunk. His explana
tion waa that he stopped in frontof a house
on Broadway , hearing aoino piano playing ,
and being o great lover of must ? . The
door was open and lie remarked that it was
excellent music , whereupon he was
pounced down upon , nnd taken to the sta
tion , Ills case waa continued tat two
There seems to be a great want of energy -
ergy in the city of Dublin on the part of
the police , That two as eminent men as
J * > rd Cavendish and Under Secretary
Iturke should be killed In broad daylight
by four men , and in a public park , with
out the murderers being detected , IB
something remarkable. It is thought by
aiiany that the force will ho reorganized , In
which event Colonel Keatloy , who has
ithown wonderful qualifications in direct.
Ing police matters , will be called to the BU-
, perlntendency ,
Capt. .Reuben Kelly , of Alton , !
called at TUB Ike ollice. He h on his
-wny to Montana to look after extensile
.mining interests ,
Mr. Berry , of Hasting * , a well known
Block man of that place , was taking in the
city yesterday under the guidance of his
friend , J. W. Mcree.
DOHANY'S OPERA. HOUSE ,
TiifliiHUAY NIUHT , MAY 11 , 1882.
THE HON. JOHN D. FINCH
will lojturo on
FKEK TO Au. .
The executive committee have se
cured eeveral hundred campaign aong-
Mten which will be distributed in the
audience. Stirring campaign pongs
will enliven the occasion.
HON. JOHN 13. FJNCH is A GELK-
SBATJ2D , TEUl'KHApCK OuATCU. A
'thorough , candid end eloquent diecua-
wou of the subject now enjoyinij the
attention of the people may be ex.
COMB ONEJ COME ALL !
ABOUT THE 'BOOSE.
Scenes and Incidents at the
Hotel do Fields.
Another iioilfjcr Leave * Withonl
Paying His Board.
Officer Morse was serving ns nighl
clerk at the city calaboose , when a
pretty fine looking stranger , tv little
under the inspiration of anti-prohibi
tion entered , and told his story. Ho
had no money to buy n bed , nnd
wanted the generous hearted public to
furnish ono for him. Morse opened
the door of the calabooso nnd lot the
stranger take one sniff of the varied
odora , which themselves halo the
plnce BO they escape every chance they
got. The applicant for n frco bed
concluded ho did not care to accept
such nccomodations , and backed out.
Why , " said Morae , "yon don't think
for an instnnt that I was jjoing to
liavo you sloop there ? Why , no I only
wanted you to pass through that room
into the next ono , nnd occupy the
spirng bod. " That made the place
appear different , and the stranger
concluded to accept the chance to
nloop on n spring bed , especially as it
cost nothing. Morao proceeded to
book him. "Lot's see , what is your
nnmo , sir ? " "It don't make any dif
ference , " replied the stranger , BO
down on the book it wont ns "Mr.
Don't Make Any Difference , " nnd
linving registered 03 a lodger , ho was
shown through the first room , nnd
shut up with the ( spring bed , there to
remain until morning.
Early in the morning Marshal
Jackson was in charge , and hearing a
rap nnd a call from the calnbooso , he
opened the door. Ono of the pris
oners said ho had only boon put infer
for lodging and , it being morning , ho
wanted to got out. Jackson looked
on the book and finding Mr. Don't-
Wrako-Any-Difforcnco registered us a
edger , concluded ho was the man ,
and lot him go. Later investigation
proved that the man thus sot free was
lot the free ledger nt nil , but n man
tamed Downs , locked up for being
drunk. Downs , by his little subtcr-
ugo , saved the § 7 which it would
lave cost him to gpt out the legal
way , via the superior court.
Who the real ledger , Mr. Don't-
tfako-Any-Difforcnco , was released ho
sat about the oflico waiting for Morse
o appear , and whon.that officer came
n , with a grin the lodger tackled him
with , "I thought that you was going
, o give mo.a . epring bed ? That's a fine
spring bed , that is,1' Murno began
to laugh at him. "Why , you
must liayo been clear oif your
whirl last night. That's a epiing
bed. " " bed . " "
"Spring , nothing. "Why ,
rot , it is , " quoth the merry Morse ,
"nobody sleeps on it unlcaa they nro v ,
ittlo sprung ; that makes a spring bud
of it , don't it ? " The stranger didn't
yait to hoar the close of the sentence.
it took about an hour and a pailful of
cold water to bring him out of it , and
hen ho started west on foot.
Downs , the follow who had slipped
out of the charge of being drunk , had
; ot up stairs for some reason , and
.roused . Sam Morrison , the fireman ,
who sleeps there , and Sam forgot his
houmatism long enough' to thump
the intruder over the head with his
cane , and sent him somersaulting
lovrn stairs. The police gobbled him
only to let him skip out again.
It is evident that n new clerk ia
needed at the Hotel do Fields , so that
ho guests at the house may not bo so
annoyed , and may not got their bag-
; ago und rooms mixed up , and none
may bo thus allowed to skip without
Bomo Work Needed to Keep iho
Prisoners From Getting Too Fat.
The stone-breaking 1ms ceased , and
lioso who arc committed to the cala-
> ooso for violations of city ordinances
lavn nothing to do but sit in the den ,
iat , grunt and grow fat , and add to
ho odoriferous condition of the room ,
'ho supply of stone , which has boon
lie moans of giving prisonora sonio
ittlo employment , has now given out.
iotno time ago some more atone was
ocurod from tho' Macedonia quarry ,
with the view of keeping the men at
rork , but on its arrival hero it was
oompd best to save the atone for cul
verts , instead of smashing it up to
use on the streets. Hence , the boys
tro now left without anything to do.
? ho cost of working the prisoners does
away with any great profit to
ho city , but they have to bo boarded ,
anyway , nt a cost of CO cents a day ,
whether they work or not , nnd many
rould bo a little moro anxious to
coop out of the toils of the law if
boy wore certain they would have to
fork out their fines.
MEAT FOR SUNDAY.
A Move to Allow the Butcher Shops
to Keep Open on Sunday * ,
As most know there is an ordinance
low on the books providing that "it
hall bo unlawful for any person engaged -
gaged in the butcher business to keep
any stall , shop , moat market , or sell
by himself , agent , servant , clerk or
employes , or offer any meat for snlo ,
or keep open any such plneo tor the
nirposo of selling any incut on the
irst day of the week , commonly called
Sunday , from the first day of October
; o the first of May of each year. " The
ordinance provides that the penalty
for violation shall not exceed § 25 and
There seems to be a difference of
desires among those engaged in the
meat business , some wanting to keep
open Sunday and others to keep
closed. Tljoso who are in favor of a
shut house have started a petition , to
bo presented to the council , asking
that body to so amend the ordinance
as to make meat markets keep closed
every Sunday during the year , instead
of simply during the winter , thus
shutting up in the summertime , when
moats spoil readily.
On the other hand , there are citi-
zena who keep no ice-boxes , and if , in
warm weather , they have to get thoit
in out on Saturday , it will often be
spoiled or tainted by the time it ia
wanted for Sunday tdinners. . Sucli
protest ngainst not being able to get
their moat Sunday morning. Some
of the mw l market men also want
permission to keep open on Sunday ,
and a petition has been started repre
senting this side of the question , and
asking the council not only to amend
the present ordinance , but also to re
peal the whole ordinance , leaving the
The ordinance was originally pasted
nt the instance ol the moat market
men , nnd now that n difference of
opinion seems to have nrison , petitions
will fly and the council will bo called
on to act.
Preparations for n Successful Spring
Mooting of tno Council BlulTts
Driving Park Association.
The spring mooting of the Driving
Park association is to bo hold May
. " 0,31 nnd Juno 1 , and the programme
arranged , purses offered and entries
procured give the assurance that it
will bo an interesting ono. The event
will ba ns follows :
mm HAY , TUESDAY , MAY 110.
No. 1-Olub purso. Trottmir , 'J
minute class , $300 ; $150 to first , $70
, o necond , $50 to third , fourth to cnvo
No. 2 Club purso. Running , milo
icals , 2 in 3 , S300 : $200 to first , $50
o second , third to save entrance
No. 3 Club purse. Trotting , 2:27 :
class , S100 ; $200 to first , $100 to second
end , $ GO to third , fourth to save en
SECOND DAY , WEDNESDAY , MAY 31 ,
No. 1 Club purse. Trotting , 2:30 :
class , $400 ; $200 to first , $100 to second -
end , $00 to third , fourth to save en *
No. Club purso. Jlunninp , 11
novelty , $400 ; $75 to half , $125 to
second , $200 to finish.
No. 3-Club Purse. Race , 2-30
class , $300 ; $150 to first , $70 to second
end , $50 to third , fourth to save en-
THHtn DAY , THURSDAY , JUNE 1.
No 1 Free for all , $5Wj ( $250 to
irst , $150 to second , $75 to third ,
ourth to nave entrance money.
No. 2 Club Purso. Running 1
milo , 3 in fi , $400 ; $200 to first , $125
o second , $75 to third.
No. 3 Club Purso. Trotting ,
3:40 : class , $800 ; $150 to first , $70 to
ccond , $50 to third , fourth to save
entrance money. For bettor time
han 2:30 : , added money , $100.
The purnen amount to § 3,400.
Thpro will also bo $1,000 for hose
acing and handicap foot races. The
mndicaps nro arranged for Tuesday ,
ilay 30 , and the hoao race , open to
nil. Wednesday , May 31 , first money
being $300 and second § 100.
Among the arrangements made is
no of special interest to these at a
( stance who desire to attend. All
ailrouds centering hero will sell ox-
ursion tickets at all stations along
heir lines nt ono and one-third faro
or the round trip.
THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
TUo Kind of Books Most Frequently
Aekoet For ,
At a mooting of the trustees of the
roe public library hold Tuesday af-
ornoon , resolutions were passed ex
pensive of sympathy for their fellow-
-rustce , Judge Oasady , uppn whom
las lately fallen BO heavy a weight of
orrow , by the death of his wife.
The secretary was instructed to re-
urn thanks to THE BF.K nnd other
ity papora for furnishing the library
with copies of thuir daily issues.
An amendment to the by-laws wns
idopted by which nny non-resident
ax-payer oftho city , living within ton
niles of the limits , shall bo allowed
ho privileges of the library.
The president waa requested to
iommunicatp with Congressman Hep-
mrn regarding the securing of public
reports to complete sots of which a
> ortion are already in the library , and
o secure such other volumes as may
trove of interest.
A careful and analyzed report was
made of the books already drawn out
of the library "by the reading public.
The figures ahowcd that about two-
hirds of the books drawn wcro works
The Decorah brewery ia to bo turned
nto ft creamery.
Webster City taxes n circus $50 ,
vith side shows extra.
Mnquokota has raised its saloon li
cense to $1,000 , a year.
Mnrongo , to secure a flax factory , is
o raise n bonus of $1,500.
So fur 125 saloons licenses have
) eon issued in Dubuque.
The abstract men have a state con
vention in DCS Moines May 31.
A otock company has been organ-
zed ut Oscuulu to build a $20,000
David 0. Newell , of Douds , Van
Burcu county , has been arrested for
procuring iv pension through forged
The Vinton tmloons are nil closed.
Their licenses expired , and they have
o await a meeting of the council for anew
The judge of the district court will
) u asked to formally declare the Dos
Monies jail un unfit place in which to
ilaco prisoner * .
Carl Wodertz , aged 73 , and one of
.ho oldest ( iorniau settlers of D < s >
Moines county , blow hia brains out on
the night of the 5th.
Architect Ellin , of Mirahalltown ,
ma been chosen to draw the plans
for the now building for the girls' de
partment at Mitchollvilc.
The first arrests wo have noticed for
delating the fish law wpre nt Cedar
ttapids May 3 , Two men were
"taken in" for catching bass in the
Cedar river ,
E. L. Cook ia under arrest at Shel
don for committing an assault upon
Mrs. 0. H. Brocksomo. The News
if the 5th aays : "It appears that the
lady is iu n delicate condition , and
now lies iu great distress and bodily
torment from the injuries oho receiv
RECKLESS SHOOTING ,
Two Young Men in Silver City
Have a Wild Spree.
They Snccocd in Shooting n
The little Silver City , about seven
teen miles from hero , was thrown into
n state of wild excitement Tuesday ,
caused by two young men , sons of a
well known and very respectable resi
dent of thai place. The young men
were on a wild hurrah , and thought
they would indulge in a little "cow
boy" sproo. They pulled their re
volvers nnd made n dash through the
streets , firing oil their weapons , nnd
causing n number of narrow escapes
and n still greater number of scares.
Ono worthy lady , Mrs. Wyatt , was
sitting near the front window in her
SIOIBO , nnd ono of the balls thus reck
lessly shot , hit her in the arm , caps-
ing a painful wound , but ono which
will probably not prove very serious.
The young men hastily loft after
finding what they had done , nnd their
'ricnds will probably settle up their
jtv Losing Jotioi
A prominent physician of Pi'tj-
aurg said jokingly to a lady patient
who was complning of her continued
H health , nnd of his inability to euro
icr , "try Hop Bittera ! " The lady
: ook it in earnest and used the Bit
ers , from which oho obtained por-
nanont health. She now laughs at
the doctor for his joke , but ho is not
so well pleased with it , ns it cost him
a good patient. Harrisburg Patriot.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisements , euc as
x t , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Itcnt ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In thU
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS PER
LINE for the first Inacrtlon and FIVE CENTS
PER LINK for each subsequent insertion.
Lcaro adv ertlsomcnts at our ofDce , No. 7
'ratl Street , near llrotwlway.
TT-ANTND flrstch" ) lut'lwr. No oilier
YV ncctl apply. P. VV. Lir hCn , Council BlnlTi
_ ' _ _ nilO U
TTrANTED. 100 UboniH to wjik on the C.
VV M. fi St. O K n.Wojc9l SOTeriUyttcady ;
worknll mmmcr.Aop yon the wrrkaor tno Kiigl-
necr'a ollkc , room , ' > , rterett's It ock , earner of
liroiihvoy anil Foirl strm-t , Council DlufT ( . IX
O. Nonrae , Htnldent CnuMit'cr. in U-3t *
Boarders bv dav or week. Fur-
WAfJTKD rooms. 2UC 4'h Htrctt.
_ nprSO m
TTrANTEl * Everybody In Council Bluffs to
YY to tolco TUB licit , 20 tents per neck , do
Ihcrnl by carriers. CKIkc , Ko 7 1'earl Streot'
near Broadway. _
TTT NTW' To buy 100 tons broom corn ,
YY For r1"1"0"1319 address Council DufT <
rtrnom Fiotorv. foundl Bliifl . lowti < W-W
For Sale and Rent
_ ig _ _ _ _ j _
TjK > H 8ALK Building corner of B\cn h and
K Ilroadwny. Suitable for lm hcss ) orawelHng.
For particulars enquire ot O. F. Hnlth. mCtl
TJIOR SALE. E't'hty.acro ' farm putl } cult- !
_ C vated , two miles west of Omaha. Odell &
lay. _ * _ in 0-t !
TTUW PALK. Within ten miles of Council
JD Il'ufr * , n f.rm of MO Hrc , ) , all famed a d
sub-dhlckd. Part choice pavuro and i > vt cult -
t hated , ( teed new bullulnRB ardotab'Inir for
ICO cows. Good and abundant water ; buildings
nnd farm used and adopted for stock , tjutrtclont
down to iccura bal. and bal. IntlniotoeuU
purclmcr. Address C. II. Wheeler , boxIOiG
Council llluft' , I . _ Mo6 6' ' }
KEN I Part er whole ot nlto residence ,
FOR will sell on ( .any terms. Api'ly at L'CJ
nfflce. _ iuaj2-tf _
'RENT Two ] > 1easint rroms I tilery de-
FOR location , either furnished or tiiifurn-
tihed ; bultablo for ladlra or tfinUrnien.
aprii-tt _ J. w. BQ.UIKE & co.
MUiv aAiih iieu'itiiul remauno < otM , 00
JQ each ; nothing Uovui , and ? ipcr-ronth only ,
TJ10U UKNT Ilechtell's Hotel , mlddlo Uroad-
L way , Council Bulls , lonnj ha well-known
bouse : beat location In tbo city , Stalling iu-
cludrtl. Call on oraddreiH
01)118 1m 1'BTEU UFCIITELL.
TpOK HALE \\tlbcrfrund , or Womana |
Jt } Frlr > t/d , the great bcrman dUco\erj.
1'ofl live cure for fcmn o wrakneea In all Its
various forms and triage * . At
UEIIAVKN'S Drnc Store.
7TIOU 11KNT. Twof20 houses and ono ttorc ,
J } 829Bronawaj. Apuly
nprll-lm * A. M. WILSON.
T710I ; HAHO old papcrx ilto par huudri.d , 01
P The lice ofllco. Council llluffs. i i27-t (
EXOKLSIOU GALLERY the llrst to In.
JL Iroduco the new Instintaneoui process nnd
make a aucccaa ot It. Call and see Bpetlmona. '
Fftlr iol < l Bpcctadci. A liberal reward
LORT to paid ItleftatTllK B n oaco , m5-tl
TTvU. W. L. I'A'nON Pbslcuvn and Oculist.
JL/ Can euro any case cl pore eye" . It U only
a matter of time , and cut euro pencrall } ' in
from three to fl\o weeks-It inakcu no differ
ence how long diseased. Will straighten croen
cjcs , operoto and reuiotv I'tyregiDmB , etc. , and
Insert artlflclal eyes ap5-tt
A NYONU WANTING soroeliueqmllty broom
_ X corn seed , tan ( fet It br wrltluif to
apis tf 1' . T. MAYNE , Cauncll Blufta.
Ono o ! tlio besi lucond-clnss Hotels In tliv
West U the
BROAD W/iT HOTEL ,
A , K I1USWN , Proprietor.
Kos. 534 aud 620 Ilroid ay , ( ouncll UlufTs.Iona.
Table Btipplltd with thn best the market af-
fotdJ. G'oU rooma and first-claw beds. Turns
cry rcatonablu ,
. . . . . . AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
KJBBT OLA'S HOTEL AT UPAPONAttU !
1'ItICK * . TUANSIHNTa ACCOMM011ATKD.
IIOTHL FOll UhNT. UOPU 11BASON8 FOtt
N. Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower DrMdu-ay.
Table tunpl'txlvlth the brct the mirktt afford -
ford * . Tcrme M.W&iiJ 5i,00 pcrweek. Transient
tl.OO per day.
If You Wiili a Lunoh Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soups , Meat * , nnd Uatablen alwaji on
hand. Five Cents per call. '
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMIHIHG AND BRAINIH& ,
Shop Corner Broad way and Scott St.
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
BOSTON TEA CO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices.
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St. and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
g. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CIIIUSTOPIIEa , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Blug'g , Ia.
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Bright nnd yellow and hard and cnld ,
Molten , graven , hammered nnd roll'O ,
tTcavv to Ret and light to hold ;
FToirded , battered , bought nnd sold.
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled ;
iSpurncd by the young , but hugged by the
To tha very verge of the churchyard
Price of many a crime untold ,
GOLD ! GOLD !
If vou want to have gold yau must
spend vour money to the very bestiulvant-
ago. JDo business with cash men , nnd
where only one piico will be naked or
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our pricea are right. Our business ia a
guarantee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLOIl ia our motto. Our busi
ness is in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are going oil very cheap. Teaa
ind Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
see us , we will do you food ,
F , J , OSBORNE & GO , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Offlco and Works , Main'Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MAOHIHEEY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will rectlva prompt ett nton. ! A central as
Brasa Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Goal ,
OHAS. HENDEIE ,
2. OSCAR WILDE 2.
Bixby & Wood ,
3n Bancroft or ( Fourth Streots- )
J. M. PALMEE ,
, DEALEIl IN
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cot. Pearl & l t Avc. COUNCIL BLUFIU
MAURBR & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Bleb Out Gloaa , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
810 DHOADtUT. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
MES , fl. J. HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broad war , Council Bluff *
W. B. Ail EOT. JACOD BlilH
AMENT & SIMS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
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AFD CARPET HOITSE.
Broadway , Cor , Fourth St. , >
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
I mean business and no blowing.
Having recently contracted for 600
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for tuo sea-
eon , to bo sold at Bargains for O.ish , and
on time .Agents wanted. TJ
Correspondence solicited , s
J , MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff aufl fffllDW Streets , Council Bluffs ,
Mirrors , Upholstery. Eepairing , Etc , , Wood ard Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH Mm STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Batera
employed. Bread. Cake , Pics. &c. . . delivered to any part of the city. Our
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Wagons run all day.
_ P. AYRE9 , Proprietor.
M E T C ACL F B R O S. ,
- VHOLKSALE DEALERS i. IN -
Hats , Caps , Straw * Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
laa For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number , or Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa nnd Nebraska.
Ofllco with W. 8 , MAYKE. over Savings Bank , - COUNTOIL BLUFS
Wall Paper and Window Shades
And the Largest Assortment to Select from.
DaDer Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done in tlio Xntost Style of Modern Art *
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council -Bluffs.
a A. BEE11K , W. nUNYAN , W. BEEBK
O. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Itctail Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Irs , J , E , Metcalfe , aid Iss Belle wis
In all kinds , inch , Embroideries , Ladles' Underwea
Are now dealing of fancy goods m Laces
f all dcuorii'tlone. Also llandlicrchteis , both In tilili and linen , hose ot alt Klnde. thread , pins ,
nccdlo , ttc. We hojietho laaleg nill call and BCC our stock of goods at 633 Broadway before gop
p ; elae hero.
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMAHTGWH AND FANCY YARNS
ofAHKlndc. A Full Line ot Canvas , Felt * , Embroidery , ICnittlug
nnd Stmnpod Goods. Nioo AiBortnent of AppHqno Pictures
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Z. T. LIHDSEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Ana WESTSIDS SQUARE , CLARINDA IOWA ,
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