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THE DAILY BEE : COUJSTOiL BLUFFS , IOWA SATURDAY , MAY 13 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
council BLUFFS :
Saturday Morning May 13 ,
SOBSCniPTION RATES :
"By Carrier , - - - - - SO cents per we *
I/Mill. - - - - - - - 10.00 per Tea
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nee
0. X. JIATNE , Manager City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON. City Editor.
The collection of the poll tax bcglr
Mueller Bells ibcet music at onc-thli
"Velocipedes , llcyclci and children
wagons at Mueller's.
The outward train this afternoon i
crcrlho Chicago & Northwestern.
Joseph Keller makes cults tn the Int
crt styles at 310 Broadway , nprlMf
Key. Dr. Clcland , the paster of th
Caotfrrgaltonnl church , will on Sue da ;
evening next speak upon the tuhjecto
The city council has granted perm !
to Mr. O'Donald to build a wharl at th
foot of Cherry street , on Btg Lake for th
luring of his boats.
Mrs. J. L. 1'imnan , while out gather
Ing flowers yesterday , spied an owl , nut
throwing A ttic k at it , so stunned the bin
that the succeeded tn capturing it allro ,
Tnlfo your ice from ( ho Blue "Wopon
Orders taken at J. T. Oliver's and a
Jones Bros' . Grocery. Mullholland&Co.
Successors to D. P. Etcher. ap29tf
Pormlt to wed was yesterday grantci
Joaao D. Gault , of Canon , nnd EUci
Hanptman , ot Valley township ; also t <
TOn. J. Martin , of Silver Creek , and Evi
Cook , of Macedonia ,
Mrs. Andrews , who was taken ii
hargo by tbo authorities Thursday nigh ,
wi insane , has returned to her friends , il
not being deemed a case warranting send
lag her to the asylum.
Of the 9300 appropriated by the cltj
council to pay cxpcntea of delegates tc
Washington to help along the government
Irafldlng bill , the council has decided the
psying of $150 to cover the expenses ol
A telegram was received from Bern-
enjl yesterday , stating that on account ol
xdMing ft train he would be unable to go <
ben in time for his engagement hut oven <
hg , but would bo hero to-day in tlmo foi
be matinee. '
Mrs. Sarah "Wise , wife of J , 0. Wise ,
waa Bent to the insane asylum at Mt ,
Pleasant about ten days ago. It seemi
t&at aho grow rapidly worse and on Thurs <
day last she died. Her remains willb <
A delegation of forty-three members
f the Omaha Young Men's Christian
Mtociation visited this city last evening
Kid participated in a rousing meeting at
the Baptitt church , after which they sere
naded TUB BEE office and others.
An old man from Avoca with plenty ol
money and n little whisky fell into the
Imda of acme ehtrpera yesterday , who
wen apparently bent on securing bis roll ,
bet the officers spoiled the little game , led
the old man off , and SAW him safely started
Jor home again.
Thirteen yean ago last evening Conn <
H Muffs was brilliantly Illuminated , and
then WM general rejoicing throughout the
etty , and all because the Chicago & Bock
laUadroad had found its way into the
rfly. Since then the city baa secured
other facilities and made many rapid
tridoa and is still going forward.
, Mowing has commenced in Baylioa'
park. The lawn Is not being smoothly
Aaaa , the grass being left rather jagged
sod rough. The park would look better ,
too , if the loose bits of paper were kept
gathered up. The place , in any event , is
beautiful , but with 'close care , with trim'
xolng and cleaninq ; , it can be made much
The suit of Ellraboth Jacobs vs Wil
liam Tatio wan yesterday before Justice
Abbott , and by default of defendant a
jadgHieat waa rendered In plaintiffs favot
lor $100. The claim is that Tatro took the
plaintiffs child to bring up , and that be
did not give the child the starting and
care that he promised , and In fact misused
lik proteage , The case will probablyfbe
farther tried hi the higher court.
It has been decided to proceed atonoe
wife the work ol establishing an electric
fee alarm system here. The location ol
the alarm boxes as given in TUB 13KK sev
eral days ago , remains unchanged with one
exception. The box located at the
Ureter's hotel is to be placed at the trans
fer Instead. The work is to be under the
Baaagcment of the fire committee and the
Mueller has gust received BIX floe
Chickering and Weber Pianos. They
J. H. BUM , of Chicago , waa yesterday
leoUi > K after the grocers of the city ,
W. L. K ndidl , of Boston , selling wool.
a goods , wai in the city yesterday ,
EL Hclnley , representing n Ohicag * sad *
dksry bouse , was at the Ogden yesterday ,
H.B. Winter , a New York boot nnd
afeoe stan. yetterday spread out some fine
wnplw at tbo Ogden ,
Tsun Oberfelder , of Omaha , was in the
ey yesterday , greeting and bemj greeted
tf aony friends and acquaintances ,
A. IJpman , of New York , visited this
tty and Omaha yesterday to see bow
Bueh imported velvet and silk waa wanted
l y the trade.
J. E. Murdock , the jolly one-legged
maner from New York , WM yesterday
lun taking big orders for teaa and other
feeoVsraated I by the grocers.
| Wf-A. Klli , of Wwtou , the well-known
y ila de lerftB'd ! UvaUrm > B , waa In the
slt iMt rday7au4aiftdeTuBBK a call ,
S ' * y Tbo cannot gqt along without JU
.report as well aa Ita
for a , fine lily k U low
wdllli lie h&a A
l ife variety.
The Temperance Advocate
Denies the Charges
Ho Tarzu Upon the Clorgymei
"Who Attnobi Him.
Hon. John B.J Finch w&a grcotcc
by n full house at Dohanoy's on Thurs
day evening , There were many ,
doubtless , who were a little curious tc
hear what ho would have to say in reply
ply to the published letter of Ror. 0 ,
Catnpton Bennett , of lown Oily ,
charging him with having been tried
for seduction and bastardy at Lincoln ,
Nob. , which is Mr. Finch's homo.
The opening oxorcison of the ovorv
ing consisted of inusio by a mala quar
tet , and prayer by Rev. Cyrus Ilanv
Hn , after which Rov. Mr. Loman in
troduced the speaker of the evening ,
Air. Finch. Thii temperance advocate
waa received with hearty applause ,
and as Mr. Loman in his introduction
had referred to the mud throwing ,
everybody waa on the qui vivo to hear
what Mr Finch would say in his own
behalf on the subject.
Ho began by stating that the dia-
ussion of the evening was to bo of
principles rather than of men , and ho
gave little time to dealing up the
alleged charges. Ho said that when
a boy ho had lost Bomo littlcgdukca ,
the work of death having evidently
boon done by some animal. A trap
waa sot for him , but the next night
moro ducks were killed , Ho and his
brother the next ni ht watched for
the animal and did not watch in vain ,
They secured him , but it had always
boon a question to him since thai
time , whether they or the animal got
the worst of it. Since then ho had
never cared to tackle that kind of an
animal , a very genteel way of inti
mating that the state of the charges
against him was of that peculiar and
In regard to the charges , ho avowed
that anyone could telegraph to Lin
coln , not to his friends but to his
enemies , nnd if they said thcro was
truth in the charges ho would stand
by it. Ho know that oven the saloon
men at Lincoln would s y the charges
is to the Rov. J. Oampton Burnott ,
ho had a few words to say. Ho was
some tlmo ago challenged to a debate
with the reverend gentlemen. Ho BUS- !
pootod Burnott because ho parted his
name in the middle , but at that time
know nothing about him. A letter
waa sent to the official head of the
liquor league at Chicago , saying that ,
noticing that Mr. Burnott was giving
anti-prohibition addresses in Illinois ,
it was desired to know on what terms
ho could bo scoured to speak in Ne
braska. The liquor league official did
not bito. Ho referred .tho letter to
Mr. Burnott himself. That gentleman -
man bit. and replied that the league
waa paying him 81,000 for fifty ad
dresses ana $ C a day for expenses. Ho
will como to Nebraska on the same
Armed with this written acknowl
edgement of the foot that the rever
end gentlemen was in the employ of
the liquor league , ho mot him in de
bate. Mr. Finch said ho opened
up the debate by saying that the
discussion was ono of principles
not of men. Ho appeared as the paid
attorney of the prohibitionists , to ad
vocate what ho believed and what
they believed. On the other hand ,
Rov. Mr. Burnett appeared as the
paid attorney of the liquor men to
advocate what ho believed and what
they bollovod. Mr. Burnott in reply1
denied this , and stated that ho found' '
Mr. Finch a narrower man than ho
expected , and that like other fanatics' '
ho made foolish and false charges.
As for himself ho was not in the employ
ploy of the liquor men , and had' '
never soiled his hands with a dollar of
their money. Ho had loft his pulpit
without money or consideration of
any kind , and simply because from
the standpoint of a Christian minister
he did not believe in prohibition , In
reply to this Mr. Finch said ho pulled
out the letter and dared the reverend
gentleman to deny his signature.
Burnett foamed , and declared ho
would got oven with Finch. The lat
ter after narrating these circumstances
remarked that ho thought that Bur
nett was now trying to get oven ,
The speaker then wont at his sub-
. Ho reminded the voters that
hey were the jury whoon the 27th of
Juno , were to decide th6 great ques
tion. Before this jury ho charged the
saloon business with being hurtful to
the state , productive only of orlmo
and disorder. Ho proceeded to show
up facts to substantiate the charges ,
and insisted that if the temperance
folk proved the charges , the voters , as
a jury , should act as honest men and
cost their ballots against the traffic.
Mr. Finch proved himself an inter
esting speaker , and was closely listened
to. Ho made many admirable hits ,
and as a story teller takes high rank ,
and oven those who do not agree with
hia views felt themselves repaid for the
tlmo and attention given him.
Just received , a fresh lot of Baby
and Doll Carriages , at Mueller's ,
A Delegation from Rod Oak Visit the
Olty in the Intoroata of
As stated in TUB BEB , arrangements
have boon started for holding a fair
hero next fall , and those having it in
charge had decided to have the date
close following the fairs to bo held in
Omaha and Dos Moinos. Botuo of
the Rod Oak folk interested in the
fair to bo hold there , seeing the statement -
mont in THE BEE , got quite stirred
up about euch a date being fixed upon ,
and a delegation visited this city yes-
day to see what could bo done about
it. The delegation consisted of D.
B , Miller , 0 , 01 Platter. J F. Fisher ,
L. If. Rosa , A. J. Roach , John Has-
tie and JI. E.'Doemer ' , > ( [ i
Their statement of the situation , is
about as follows : A mooting was
held at Red Oak the first of Maroh/at
which there wore present representa
tives of various fair associations , in
cluding Davenport , , , DCS Moines ,
Omaha , Rod Oak , Preston , Bismarck.
Topeka. Kansas Oltyj St. < Jo and
other places , the object of the gather-
ing being to arrange regular circuit
for holding fairs , Council Bluffs wa
invited to join , also , but informatioi
vrns received that it was not intondct
to hold n fair hero , and an no representative
sontativo appeared , this city was no
With this understanding a circul
waa arranged by which the fain
should bo hold first at Davenport
then at DCS Moincs , then at Omaha
then at Red Oak , and the last in the
circuit Crcston. As the circuit wai
formed of the other places , Omaht
was included in this Iowa circle , bo
caused it was understood that Council
Bluffs would not join in the arrange
ment , and would have no fair at all.
Having thus provided , and having ar
ranged for printing and made othoi
preparations , they were naturally sur
prised that Council Bluffs should prepare -
pare to hold n fair on the date fet
which they had arranged , and they
came to this city to consult , with a
view of having it changed.
The Red Oak men at first did not
feel very good natured about it , as it
seemed to them that this city pro
posed to ignore their fair. Bomo de
clared that if this city waa going to
thus try and ignore their fair they
would retaliate by throwing their
trade elsewhere. The result of the
consultation will doubtless bo some
understanding or engagement by
which there will bo no conflict or bitter -
tor fooling excited.
Bargains in Pianos and Organs for
the next 30 days at Mueller's.
Not Much Now LlRht Thrown on the
Case of the Man Killed by
An inquest was hold yesterday
&ftornoon In Justice Abbott's office to
determine concerning the doatli of the
man named Downs , who was killed by
the construction train on the Chicago
& Rock Island road Thursday after
noon. There was little now developed
beyond what was stated in yesterday's
John Kirkman , the conductor of
; ho train , testified that ho saw the
nan just before the train struck him.
rho train was going east , the engine
backing up at the timo. The man
ivaa standing in the middle of the
brack. The witness heard the en
gineer whistle and ring the boll. Soon
the engine was reversed nnd the call
; amo for brakes. The train stopped
within six car lengths after ho whis
tled. The manwhen witness saw him ,
was standing facing the engine , and OB
bo looked like a trackman it waa sup
posed that ho know enough to got off
bho track in timo. The train was run
ning about six miles an hour. The
body was found under the pilot of the
angmo , the front part of which had
to oo jacked up to release it.
Charles Finloy , the engineer , testt-
5od to about the same facts. When
ho first saw the man ho was standing
ibout 150 yards off , and looking to-
nrard the train. The witness paid no' '
particular notice aa ho seemed like a
railway man , and was looking toward
: ho train which was running very
ilow. Ho next noticed him about
lixty yards off. lie then seemed to
30 standing with his taco toward the
lorth looking at some men drawing ,
: lca. Ho rang the boll and the fire
man shouted to the man to got off. '
Eo then reversed the engine and
called for brakes. The tank struck
; ho man'and dragged him four car-
lengths , and when the train stopped
the man was found under the pilot
Chief Field testified aa to the idon-
.Ity of the man , Ho had boon two
lights in the city jail for being drunk
ind gave hia name as Downs , Thurs-
lay morning the man acted strangely
ind the chief thought ho must bo alert
lort of ( imbecile. The man said ho
rould go to work for the St. Paul
Company if lot go , and that ho know
he way. Ho said ho had worked for
hat company before. Being thus lot
; o ho saw nothing moro of him until
ho body was , brought in.
Officer Sterling testified to seeing
ho man at the Rock1 Island1 depot
tftor ho was let out of the calaboose.
Dho man was in a saloon near there
rad acted queerly , but did not seem
o bo drinking ,
A verdict was rendered of accidental
Mueller's Music 'Hall is the finest
tore in the city. You are invited.
DEALING 'WITH DRUNKS.
iuoh Seemed to bo the Exclusive
Business of the Superior Court
There was a long string of plain
Irunks disposed of In the superior
iourt yesterday despite the fact thai
> o 'able and eloquent a temperance
ecturo had been delivered the night
Jim Bnoddorly led the van. He
vaa not in good condition to stand
.rial. While m the bottom of a well
it work some bricks had fallen on Ills
lead and out it badly. In view of
Ills being rather an invalid , his case
ivas continued until next week.
Dennin Uilmoro , a well-to-do far-
ner , cheerfully paid $7 for being
xvred for over night while drunk ,
ta ho had quito a roll , of which he
would have boon relieved if loft on
the street , ho got out of it well.
James Delaney for being drunk
paid his $7 like a little man ,
Charles Milna , ditto as to offense ,
ind ditto as to assessment.
A man named Keating , arrested for
jolng drunk , had his case continued
intlf Saturday evening.
Another named Biokley , also ar
rested for being drank , had his case
lontinuod until Monday evening.
John White and Pat Brady were
) ooh assessed 17 for being drunk.
Ed. Points waa found by Officers
Sterling and Brooks lying dead drunk
n front of a fancy house known as
'Tho Throe NinesHe ' waa taken
n charge and locked up , and yoator-
lay fined tho'regulatlon amount. He
coined much , chagrined when sobered
ip , and especially that ho was not in
lossossion of his usual pugilistic pow-
irs , When sober ho made the offer
if $100 , if when himself , Officers
Sterling and Brooks could bring him
rom the Pacific Jiousq to ( ho fala-
> ooso , ' giving" them two hours i in
vhlchto do it. At last accounts ( ho
ifficprs'had not concluded to "accept
" * I !
ho offer ,
ROBBED WHII.E DRUNK-
A Brother of General Joseph E , Johi
Bton la the Victim.
A man riving his name as J ,
Johnston was placed upon the dumtn
train at Omaha Thursday evening i
a pretty drunken condition , and o
landing here had to bo helpsd off. H
sat down in the depot , and see :
sobered up enough to realize wher
ho was and began to fool about for hi
wealth , Ho found it gone. lie remembered
momborod that whan ho left Omahi
ho had $80 in his pocket , and took $ i
out of the roll to buy a tickc
with. Ho put the change bad
into his pocket , and remomborcc
no moro about it until ho rather cami
to himself. Ho found his pocket
book tucked in his overcoat pocket
empty , and the change that ho hat
placed in his vist pocket was alsc
gono. Ho reported at the police sta
tion nnd being still pretty drunk wai
locked up until morning. Ho sale
that ho was a brother of the celobratcc
confederate general , Joseph E. John
ston , and quaintly remarked that he
thought the family had run to might }
poor seed in him. When sobered up
no was released and started off foi
Clarinda , Iowa.
WANTED. To trade n line lot ol
Sowing Machines for Nebraska land.
Address , M. A. Tnxvis ,
Box 1332 Council Bluffa , la.
may3 Ot *
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTiOE. Specl&l ftdicrtUcmcnb ) , sue us
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
tVants , Bonrdlng , etc. , will bo Inserted In this
lumn at the low rate o ! TEN CENTS FBI !
LINE ( or the fint Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion.
Leave odr ortlicncnts at our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , near IJroadnay.
TTTTANTED A First Class Canvasser. For
VV particulars Innulro at Boo Office , Council
Dluffi. maI2t (
To correspond with a young
WANTED or amusement. Address J. F. , Dee
Dfflce , Council Bluffs. mayl20t *
- flrst-clMs barber. No other
WANTND-A P. W. Bcrkson , Council Bluffs
rXTANTED. 100 laborers to work on tbo C.
W M. & 8t. O.R.R.WageB8l W.perday ; tcady
vork all summer. App y on the works or tno Engi
neer's office , room 6 , tverett's Block , corner of
Broadway and Pcirl street , Council Bluffs. E.
3. Nourse , Resident Engineer. m-O-St *
Boarders by day or week. Fur
nished rooms , 00 4th street.
street.nprSO 12t *
ITirANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs to
VV to take TUB Bis , SO cents per week , do
Ivered by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street'
rTTANTED To buy 100 tons broom corn.
YV For particulars address Council Bluff )
iroom Factory. Council Bluffs , lawa. 658-29U
For Bole and Rent
I7IOU BALE. Building corner of Seventh and
1 } Broadway. Suitable-tor business or dwelling.
Tor particulars enquire ol 0. F. fmlth. mfitf
SALE. Eighty-acre farm partly culti
vated , two miles west of Omaha. Odell &
> ay. mC-tf
BALE. Within ten mllea of Council
FOR , A f rm of SCO acies , all fenced ar d
ub-dlvldcd. Part choice posture and part cul-
hated. Goad new buildings and stabling ( or
00 cows. Good and abundant water ; buildings
.nd ( arm used and adopted ( or stock. Sufficient
lown to tocuro bal. and bal. In time to suit
mrchacer. Address C. II. Wheeler , boi 1040
Council Bluff * , la. MayO Ott
RENF Part or whole ot nice residence ,
FOR will sell on easy terms. Apply at Bee
niOR RENT Two pleasant rooms In very doD -
D alrable location , either ( urniibed or Unfurn-
shodj suitable ( or ladles or gentlemen.
aprU-tl J. W. SQUIRE & CO.
[ 7IOH BALK Utautllul residence lots , 460
D each ; nothing down , and $3 per month only ,
> y EX-MAYORVAUGHAN.
rjlOIl RENT BechteU's Hotel , middle Broad-
D way , Council Bluffs , Iowa : Is a well-known
louse : best location in the city. Stabling in-
luded. Call on or addresi
apllB 1m JETER BECHTELL.
TOOR SALE Weiberirund , or Woman's
C Friend , the great German discovery ,
. 'osltlve cure ( or female weakness In all Its
rations forms and tiara. At
apr31m DEirAVEN'S Drug Store.
rnOR BALE Old papers ZSa per hundred , at
C The Bee office. Council Bluff s. > eS7-t (
riHE EXCELSIOR OALLKRY the first to In-
JLtroduco the new Instantaneous ! process and
qako a success ot It Call and tee specimens.
POST fair cold spectacles. A liberal reward
U will be paid If left at TUB BSB office. m5-t (
Dk W. L. PATTON-Pbyslclaa and Oculist
Can euro any case of eoro oyoK. It la only
, matter of tlmo , and can cure generally In
rom three to five weeks It make * no differ-
mce how long diseased. Will straighten cross
> y < w , operate and remove Ftreglnms , etc. , and
nsert artificial eyes. apfr-tf
A NYONE WANTING BOO enne quality broom
CX corn seed can get It by writing to
pl3t ( r.Tf MAYNE , Council Bluffs.
Ono of the best wcond ciaas Hotels la the
We is the
A , E BIl WN , Proprietor.
to * . ESI and 638 Broidway , Council Bluftl.Iowa.
Table auppllcd with the best the market al-
ordo. Otod room * and flrst-clasa beds. Term *
cry reanonablo. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
JNION AVENUE HOTEL ,
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. 0. Gerspacher & Son.
FIB8T CLASS HOTEL AT REASONABLE
KICE . T1UNSIENT8 ACCOMMODATKD.
HOTEL FOrt KBKX. GOOD UKABONSFOll
N. Andenon , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower Broadway.
Table mpplled with the bet the market af-
ordt. Tertoi JS.Wand $1.00 per week. Transient
1.00 per day.
If You With a Iiunoli Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
krop , Meats , and EfttaUes alrtayi oa
hand. Flv > Cento per call.
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
[ ALSOMINING M PAINIHB ,
( hop Corner Broadway and'Soott Bt
TOO UTTERLY UTTEI
BOSTON TEA 0
Are Supplying the Aesthoti
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples a
the Lowest Prices.
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Cliioco Drawing Teas
Boston Tea Co
16 Main St. and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
- MANUFACTURER OF -
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CHRISTOPHER , Mechanical Manager
8. Main St. , Council Bluffs , la.
COLD I GOLD ! COLD !
Bright and yellow and hard and cold ,
Molten , graven , hammered and roll'd ,
Heavy to pet and light to hold ;
Hoarded , bartered , bought and sold ,
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled
Spurned by the young , but hugged by ttu
To the very verge of the churchyard
Price of many a crime untold.
GOLD ! COLD I
If you want to have gold you mnsl
spend your money to the very best ad vant
age. Do business with cash men , and
where only ono price will be asked 01
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are right. Our business ia , o
guarantee that fair dealing ia our watch
word. XLOR is our motto . Our busi
ness is in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
Goods are going ; off very cheap. Teat
and Coffees a .choice assortment. Fnncv
Shelf Goods for the million. Come ana
see us , we will do you pood.
F , J. OSBOBNE & 00 , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
_ House. _
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Vfe giro ipeclal attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
QENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general at-
Brass Goods , Belting , Pioing ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Fig Iron , Ooko , Ooal ,
OHAS , HENDBIE ,
2i OSCAR 'WILDE 2 ,
Bixby & Wood ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUUCII * BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl & 1st Are. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURER & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out OlassvFlne French China ,
Silver Ware &a ,
MO DtOADWAT. . COUNCIL DLUFF8. IOWA.
MBS , fl. J. HILTON , M. D , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
822 Broadway. Council Blugt.
IY. B. AMKN JACOB BIUS
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & OouiEolJorB-at-lLaw ,
COUNCIL' ' BLUFFS , IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Cor. Fourth St. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
J. MUELL R'S
I mean business and no blowing.
Having recently contracted for 600
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for the sea
son , to bo sold at Bargains for Oa&h , and
on time Agents wanted , TJ
Correspondence solicited , s
O J. MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
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Bluff and Willow Streets , Coecil Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery , Bepairiner , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Blufia , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OUT , None but first-class Balora
employed. Bread , Cake , Pics , &o. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
M ET C A L F B R O S. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS ; . IN
Hats , Gaps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHIOAQO PRICES DUPLICATED.
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REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots. Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. SlAYins , over Savings Bank , - OOUMOILi BLTJFS
Wall Paper and Window Shades
jf 3u And the Largest Assortment to Select ifrom. >
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done in the Latent Style of Modern Art.
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs.
0. A. BEEBE , W. BUNYAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
. Wholesale and He till Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Md3. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Irs. J. E. letcalfe and Miss Belle wis
Ara now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , such M Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Undorwea
Ol all descriptions. Also Handkerchiefs , both In illk and linen , hose ol nil Kinds , thread , pins , ,
needles , etc. . Wo hope the laalcs will call and eco our Block ol Roods at 630 Broadway before go
B. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full Xdao of Canvas , Felti , Embroidery , Knitting
Sllki and Stamped Goods Nice Assortnent of Applique Flotnre *
Z. T. LINPSE7 & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , ! PP
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