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THE DAILY PEE : COUNCiL bLUITS , IOWA TUESDAY , MAS 16 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
Tuesday Morning May. 16.
sunscnirrioN RATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - ZO cent per wecV
By 1UII , - - - 110 OOjwr Year
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
0. B. MAYNK , 'an frer City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
To-day Is circus day.
Fancy goods at cost at Herznion'a ,
Sir Cuss arrives in the city to-day.
Goods freih at lowest prices at Hen-
The water works company is working
Actively on It * reservoir near the river.
Closing out gala of millinery at Ilcrr. *
Joseph Heller males suits in the lat
est styles at 310 Broadway. nprH-tf
The work o clearing the ground for
the beginning of the Shugatt block has
Herzmon is surprising everybody by
Invitations were yesterday sent to nil
the eccrct organizations to Join with the
Grand Army of the Republic in observ
ance of Decoration day hero.
Herzmon sells now goods at prices
lower than others sell old good ; , his stock
hews for itself and is as.fresh as his pricei
Tnkn your ice frcm the Blue Wnrcns
Ordcis taken at J. T. Olivet's and at
Jones Bios' . Grrccty , MullholUnd&Co. ,
Successors to D. V. Richer. ap20tf
Marshal Ja'ckson is finding his time
well occupied in serving notices to patch
tip sidetvullu , in accordance with resolu
tions passed by the city council. It Is
easy enough to pats n solutions , but It
takes leg-musclo and patience to servo the
The following nre the latest to receive
permits to wed : Henry Dittiner and
Margaret Shlappkohl , both of this county ;
John Timm nnd Adolheid Von Woytio ,
both of Silver Creek ; Charles Hough nnd
Joseph Patterson t lh nf Big Drove ; Ed.
Nolan and ( iertrudo A. Klston , both of
Council Bluff ) .
Bliss' do not intend to cloio out , but
will sell nice new millinery , all kinds of
fancy goods and notions at lower prices
than you can buy old shelf-worn bank
rupt stock of goods. We keep noth ng but
the very best and th 3ato.it styles of
goods. For nice goods and low prices go
The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway has issued a very attractive tour
ist's book , containing illustrations , triapa
and some spicy , readable accounts of the
many pleasure resorts of Minnesota , nnd
point * of beauty along its entire route.
The book it attractive in art , interesting
and Instructive in reading matter and will
bo perused and preserved by nil in whoao
hands it falls. Anyone desiring a copy
can eocuro one freely byAddressing .T. H.
O Bryan , wentem pissenger agent , Coun
cil Bluffs. '
Rev. Dr. Cleland , at the Preshytorlnn
chnrch , delivered a very temperate tem
perance address Sunday evening , which
I was closely listened to by a largo audience ,
the seating capacity of the church being
' ! tcarcoly sufficient to 'accommodate the
number of auditors. The speaker handled
the tubject from different atiudnolnts in
a clever V , forcible ' manner , nn1 used * rcn-
8ou"and logic with much ability. Kicol-
lent munia was furnished by n male quar
n tet , and union ; ; the pieces rendered was
' Whereas My JJoy To-nigjit ' which waa
Bljjen with much effectiveness' '
Dr. Paiton has arranged In hU olllce
a large collection of evidences of his ukill ,
including a largo number of tapeworms
and other obiacleR to health and Imp pi-
no' ? , of which he has relieved Buffering pi\
tlimt * . The doctor is very methodical In
keeping tha record of nil those who un
dergo thorouit'j treatment for eye nnd
ear troubles , numbering every case and re
taining the name , addreip , disease and
tr jatment , no that if a patient needs any
treatment in the future he can readily re-
it th his memory as to the peculiar factu
of that particular case and prescribe in
telligently. It is also a satisfactory
itbodo [ getting at proof of the doctor's
uuccesi M an aurist and oculist , ns any
one desiring can thus gain the named and
addresses of patients aud investigate for
themselves. His books show IH3 casts
thus registered during the Ust year , bo-
aide * his other business
THE YELLOW IX AG.
Another Case of Small Pox Uoportod
and Prompt Action tuirou to
A young man who has bean lately
at Andersoa'a boarding IIOUBO and
ealoon on lower Broadway , yesterday
showed symptoms of coming down
with the small pox , and the authori
ties promptly removed him to the
hospital tent on the country poor
farm. It ia stated that the disease
had not developed sullioiontly to rou-
dor it probable that any have boon ex
posed to it , and precautioary stops
have boon taken BO that no further
oases will probably arise from this
one. It waa also reported that there
was another case in the old Sioux
City house on Broadway east nf Peurl
toot , but this proved to have origi
nated from thofaotthat the young man
-had a sister there , but that ho had
not roomed thuro for months. The
two cases already in the hospital tent
are reported oa gutting along very wvll
indeed. The Euimutt houto , which
has boon under quarantine , has bunn
thoroughly renovated , whitewashed ,
etc. , and beds and bedding supposed
to be in the least infectiouu liuvo beun
burned. The quarantine ) will proba
bly be raised within a day or two , and
it is thought that all danger is passed
from that source.
WANTED. To trade a line lot of
. Jewing Machines for Nebrasku Jund.
refcs , M. A. TIUVJH ,
Box 1332 Council Bluffs , Ia.
Council Bluffs Wloldors of tbo Bat
and TosBors of tuo tall.
The base ball season in Oounci
Bluffs promises to bo decidedly inter
osting. A strong nine has been or
ganized , which , after A few match
games , will doubtless dovclopo nerve
and skill. The nine , as now com
posed , consists ns folio ITS : Strocks , o. ;
Hack , p. ; Bryan , 1st b. ; Clinton , 2d
b. ; Brown , M. , 3d b. ; Brown , Goo. ,
s. B. ; Evans , r. f. ; Hart , c. f. ; Athor-
ton , 1. f. ; with Bryan ns captain and
James Bowman as scorer.
Grounds have boon arranged near
the agricultural works , and they are
in excellent condition , nnd arrange
ments are being made so that 'busses
will afford convenient and chonp
trar.sit to these doiiring to attend the
The club are being provided with
now uniformi , towards procuring
which the citizens Imvo subscribed lib
erally. The cnps are nf different
colors , to designate the different posi
tions of the players. The Hhjrts are
white and ornamented by a mono-
jram of the letters'0. B , " wrought
on the brenat in scarlet. The pants
are trimmed with red , the , hose rod
and the bolls of the same color.
Arrangements are niado for n game
next Saturday afternoon between the
Council Bluffr uino and the B. & M.
olub of Omaha. The latter club is a
strong ono and has won several
matched games this season. An inter
esting game will doubtless result from
; his meeting and the probability is
hat it will bo the firat of a series of
; hroc , two of which will bo played
The Union Pacific nine baa organ-
zed with a backing of $1,000 , and
hey expect to arrange games with
clubs of Knnsns City , St Jo , Du-
) tquo and Denver. If clubs from
hoao cities visit Omaha the club hnre
will try and arrange for tames in this
city , thus increasing the interest. The
Council Bluff * club will also try to
arrange games with the Atlantic and
The Opening .Doings of the District
Yesterday was the opening of the
district court , Judge Iletd presiding.
The following were impanelled as the
grand jury : S. 0. Morehouso , 11. P.
Jcoloy , Wooater Fay , J. J. Jennings ,
Ti C. Lowia , L. Kirscht , 0. Hunger ,
George Puirman , A. R. Prentice , E.
W. Gregory , L. Prouty , J. W. Buth-
cr , "Robert Huntington , A. M. llat-
telio , G. M. Griflin.
The following are named as the
bailiffs : B. Schurtz , E. Copy , Joe
Spoldinp , J. E. Mutcalf , M. W. Goss ,
Al NoackV. . M. Fadden.
In the afternoon the bailiffs , who
ire ox-soldiers , brought in prisoners
o give them a chance to object to the
: rand jury. They brought in five
dusky fellows , headed by Jo Betts ,
who is charged with being concerned
n the Key Creek assault and rob-
> ory. To BOO five of them brought
n laid the veteran bailiffs open to the
hargo of having boon out on a coon
The following assignment of cases
was made , after which adjournment
was taken until tp-day ;
Tuesday , May 10.-0. Dorr vs.
'ohn Flominp , injunctionl'0olo ; Bros.
t Hart vs. S. VV. Reynolds , ot alj
Cranz & Voorheis. nuxi nocB vs. H.
nd E. L. Stewart , equity.
Wednesday , M y 17.-R II. Mil-
orva. Wm. Gales , mechanio'n lion.
Thursday , May 18.Oole BroB
fc Hnrt'-VB' W.wrA. BorgosHj al ,
ncohauia'D ISou ; Oulo"Bn)3' ) & fcfart vs
J. F. Balwin , debt ; Michael Walsh
vs Henry Novileetux , equity.
LASHED BY THE LAW.
Sunday OUonders Who Had Tholr
OttuoB WeiBhoa m the Balance.
William Quintan , who was arrested
Saturday night for being drunk and
disorderly and with whom Officers
Orooka and Tyson had such a strug
gle , was before Judge Ayloswortb
yesterday mornintr , nnd was found
guilty of disturbing the peace. Ho
was fined 85 and costs and assessed
enough moro to pay for damages
which bo inflicted upon the gas ar
rangements in the calaboose , ho hav
ing in bis anger twisted some of the
[ jas pipes out of place.
Mra. Noack waa complained of for
maintaining a nuisanou , said unisanco
consisting of a box pen. Owing to
her illness the cast ) was continued un
til Friday next.
Ed. Rotts , for being drunk , was
osroisod @ 7.
J , Uogan for disturbing the peace
was fined § 5 and costs , which ho
couldn't pay. Ho refused , too , to
work it out , and declared no ono
should put a ball and chain on his
log , but ho may bo induced to change
liis mind before he regains his liberty ,
Albert Sidney Johnson is the full-
plead name of a case which was reg
istered at the police station yesterday
as a mild drunk- The victim was
picked up in front of Officer's &
Pusoy'a bank ,
Max Kriodler WAS charged ffith
keeping his ( saloon at the Rapp place
open on Sunday. It appears that
a young man wont there and
wanted to play a game of
curds , which privilege was refused
liim , and ho was advised to save his
money for bis family. This made
him angry , and ho proceeded to com.
plain of Kierdlor for violating the
Sunday ordinance. Ho changed his
mind , however , and withdrew the
complaint , paying the coats himself.
Mrs , Ann Ruby \vuu complained of
for disturbing the peace , the complain ,
ant being a woman living UB u niiyh-
bor. The trouble BOOMS to have
uprung up from the children , as usual ,
and the case is net for hearing this
morning at ton o'clock ,
Sunday afternoon Mr. Bowks lot
.wo women have u lioreo and buggy
'or a two hours jdrivo , and instead of
being out two houia the rig wao gone
icarly five. Bo tries heard that a
colored man named 0. B , Jones was
driving around with the women nnd
that they were abusing the horse ,
Fnally ho came across Jones alone ir
the buagy , and made hl.n return the
horse to the stable , Jones claimec
that the women had turned over the
rig to him to return for them , bul
they had not sent the money by him
for the extra time they had beer
using it. Bowles concluded it was t
game to beat him out of his hire , and
proceeded to got even with the darkey
driver by wiping thn floor with him.
Joncn complained of him for assault ,
and Bowles pleading guilty paid 82.00
and costs. A complaint was entered
acainst Jones for abusing the horse ,
and as soon as Jones can bo found ho
will have a hearing.
Yesterday afternoon Officer Clough
found a man near the city mills so
drunk that if the hands of the officer
had not fallen upon him ho would
have fallen into the creek. Ho was
laid awsy in the cooler to dry out.
Yesterday morning at an early hour
a woll-drossed , fmo looking gentleman
was promenading Broadway in a very
wild manner , chanting and hallowing ,
swinging his cane , calling for police ,
and crying out that some ono was
trying to murder him. It was evident -
dent that the man waa besides him-
Bclf , and Officer Mofco soon took him
In charge , though not withoutn strug
gle in which the asaiatanco of several
othora vcnH require boforn the man
could bo safely landed in jail. It an-
soared that the man's name is W. J ,
Jarson , of Bollefontaino , Ohio , who
arrived hero Saturday and stopped at
; ho Revere house , intending to go
westward yesterday to meet hia fami-
y who ore at at Kearney. After being -
ing taken to the jail ho quieted down
ind was Riven medical attendance.
The physician thinks that his sudden
nsanity is the result simply of mental
and physicial exhaustion , aud that ho
will soon bo himself again. Tolo-
jrams ivoro sent to his family inform-
ng them of hia condition , and the
reason of his not mooting them as ar
Samuel S , Jack , of Fittaburg , was La
he city yesterday.
Judge T. 11. Stockton , f Sidney , was at
he Ogden yesterday ,
G. A. Holmes Is still confined to hix
lis room by rheumatism , of which ho Is
laving a very BOVCTO uttack.
C. M. Whitney ttarta to-day for the
west , expecting to go 03 far na Cheyenne
n the intoiest of 1'ercgoy & Moore.
B. F. Montgomery is again in the city
and finds old friends on alt Hides to give
lim hearty welcome to his old homo.
Owing to Illness inJuJgo AylcBWorth'a
'amilyr Justice 1'rninoy attended to the
lo'lco court cases ye terday afternoon.
L. li. Wadleigh , of Clinton , and one of
lie most prominent lumbermen in the
state , waa in the city yesterday , a guest of
the Ogdcn house.
MARYVILLE MATTERS .
Events of the Woolc from tbo Metrop
olis of Nodoway County , Missouri.
Correspondence ot Tils llsi.
MAKYVH.LK , NODAWXT Co. , Mo. ,
Vlay 13. Your BEE comes buzzing
nto our progressive Missouri hive
: ull freighted with the honey of the
atost nowB , and its fearless , independ
ent tone is doing moro for the advance
ment of this section of the state than
any other daily.
Thia city has about six thousand in-
labitants , is the county scat ot Noda-
Vay , ono of the foremost counties in
ho Btato , ia situated aixtcen miles
outh of the Iowa line , on thoAVabash ,
1C. 0 & St. Joe , and C. , B. & Q.
ruilroadn , ana ia at present in the
ntdat of a fine business boom.
The mccnanica ara at work on a
Ifty thousand , dollar court IIOUBO , a
twenty-eight thousand dollar jail , and a
thirty-twothonsand dollarBchool , with
numerous building blocks in course of
erection and completion. The influx
of substantial business men is ex
tremely ilattoring , and opportunities
for safe investment of capital rapidly
increasinc , and we are not exempt
from thn curious freaks of cranks.
A short time since a well-clad , sub
stantial looking individual cuno
among us , hailiua from Omaha , appar
ently desirous of purchasing a largo
tract of wild land , and opening up a
stock farm on an extensive scale. A
favorable tract was found , nnd pur
chased at a good round price , the title
deeds executed and hold in escrow un
til the gentleman's money should
arrive , twelve teams ot horaes , har
ness and wagons were purchased from
as many of our moat substantial
Farmers , largo lots of lumber
wore contracted for of our yards
fer the purpose of erecting buildings
and enclosures on the land , and twelve
mammoth loads of lumber placed on
the twelve wagons , and the twelve
teams placed in the livery barn of B.
McMurphey & Son , rnd the twelve
Missouri farmers snualy laid to rest
at one of our best hotels , peacefully
( waiting the coming dawn , which was
lo bring the express package containing -
ing thejargo sums ot money whereby
the businots-liku stranger was to pay
them for their teams. Hardware men
stuck their tongue in their nheek and
"smoled the smolo" of good luck at
Ihoir largo Bates ; furniture men figured
up their largo largo profits on a single
deal , and agricultural implement men
wont wild ever the their unusual cash
receipts and busied themselves far into
the night figuring how many notes
they could turn ever to the factory in
lieu of tha prospective receipts , The
morning duwnod as usual with ordin
ary mornings in Missouri , and lol the
substantial ttrangor had skipped out ,
leaving the hoiiott Missouri farmers to
cettle their hotel and livery bills , un
load the lumber from their wagons
diecuaj their grievances with leal ca-
tate agents , hardware men , lumber
men and credulous cosmopolitans yon-
Omaha lias furdinhed n ptontitudo
of brains , but the latest she hns given
via is in the person of Charles R. Gay ,
n Bcmotimo owner of a livery barn at
Jmalia. Since coming hero ho lisa
) oen engaged in the barber trade and
within the lust three months ho and
> iio Pritchott have been running a
jarber shop on Main street. About
the 20th of March last ono Henry
Johnson came among us and pur
chased the Dan. Best property , movei
his family hero and located , becami
acquainted with Gay tfc Pritchett , and
it turned out that Johnson had knowi
Pritchett B family in Indiana. As t
consequence ft warm friendship anc
extreme good fellowship sprung U [
between old man Johnson nnc
Pritchott , and Johnson informed Gay ,
and Gay proceeded to make n purchase
of a lot of livery stock at $2,500 , letting
ting Pritchott and old man Johnson
into the deal at $4,050 ; the old man
believing that $3,050 was the true
cost of the purchase , paid to Pritchott
A Gay $550 in cash , and executed
hi * note , secured by a lien on the
stock purchased for $2,000 ,
and on this basis Gr >
Pritchott tt Johnson commenced
the livery business in this city , April
1 , 1882. In a short time Gay &
Pritchott commenced a system of bick
ering and fault finding , resulting in
the old man's proposing to sell out all
his interest for $358 cash and the bal
ance on timo. This was agreed to and
on the evening of the 28th of April ,
Gay & Pritchott got the old man into
the office of the stable and drew up a
bill of sale for his interest ; had the
old man ign it , stuck it in their
pocket , wont nnd got a policeman , had
the old man taken off the premises
nnd notified to keep off , and refused
to give nny further satisfaction. To
day Gay A Pritchott worn bound over
in the sum of § 500 each to await the
action of the grand jury , for their
curious conduct. Gmriuir.
' Women Never Tlilnlr. "
If the crabbad old batcholor who
uttered this oentiment could but wit-
ncsn the intense thought , deep study
and thorough investigation of women
in determining the best medicines to
keep their families wnll , and would
note their sagacity and wisdom in se
lecting Hop Bitters as the best , nnd
demonstrating it by keeping their fam
ilies in perpetual health , at a mcro
nominal expense , ho would bo forced
to acknowledge that such sentiments
are baseless nnd false. [ Picayuno.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special adt crttaomeuU , sue an
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In thli
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS Pnn
LINE for the flrat Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion
Leave mlr crtlscmcnts at our odlco , No. 7
Pearl Street , near Hroad jr.
XTTANTED Sltuvtlpn by a joun ? man from
VY thoea taibooh Ictcptr orclcrk.bork ke pIng -
Ing pruforrc'l. Addrtes , J. II. T , DUB offlc < ) .
\ Firft CliR Canrm r Fet
WASTED ' quire at lies Office , Umntll
Dlufls.WANlKD To rorrctpcnd r\lth a toung
WANlKD atimscmuji , Adlnss J. F. , Itte
Office , Council lHuffa. _ may ' 301 *
" \T7 ANTED Ktcrybody In Council BuJs ! leVY
VY to take Tim llRR , 0 ccnta per v , cck.de
Ihcrcd by carriers. Offlco , No 7 Pearl Street'
near Broadway. _
" \T7ANTKD-To buy 100 tons broom corn.
VY For particulars addrcsf Council Blnffe
Prnom Furtnrv. PnnncU TllnfN. Inwn S .9DH
For Bftlo and Kent
T71UH 8M K Ono surteyor'n com r mi and trl-
JJ pod.W. BiidL. E. OurleyV Tioy. N. T. ,
make , m good ai nevr. IJoi 44 , Council III u Mo
TJIOn KALE Itulldln ; corner of a\tn h nnd
JP liroadway. Suitable lor bu lness oru clllnt' .
for particulars enquire of O. f.inlth. . mCtl
T Oit SALE. E'ffhty.acro ' farm paitly cultl-
P Titoil , two inllca wet of Umahi. Udell &
Say. _ . _ m-O-tl
TT1OH HKNT Part or whole of nice residence ,
J1 or will sell on easy terms , /pjily t I'es
nllke. _ _ iMj2-tl
"I71OU RKNT Two p'easint r ons In Tcry do-
1' slrablo location , tliher ftirnNhcd or lu.'uru-
lahcd ; suitable for ladli B or s ntlrmon.
aprll-H _ J. W. KjU KB ft CO.
f.iUit MAbb lifa-n.ail rcbiilriico , OIK , Jjoo
L ; each : nothing cow n , and $3 per y onth only ,
IIKNI IJeihtcll's Hotel , mlddlo Croud-
EOU , Council Huffs , lo a ; Ija woll-kro n
house : ucol location In the city Btaailnu In-
tlutliil , tall on or ; JJnsi
HALU WtiticrfreiiJ , or AVeman's
17IOU , Friend , Ihuuat ( I irnun < ll-.co\crv.
l < eativo euro for fin no v-ruknuta In nil Its
\ftH 0113 fcriubtml tin ; ! " ' . At
nprlit lin _ rili'TAVBN'H DrurStnra
HALE Old pipers 2ic per humlruil , at
1710U hn Hi nftico , ( 'oiincll RluH * . ' " 27 II
- ' .lK EXOr.LSIOll OALLKItY the I'ret ' to In.
a.lK the new InnUntmieoui procefii riJ
mnVea. uccc ot It. C ill anil eco specimen * .
r OfiT talr uold sprctaclrs. A liberal reward
Jj ffllltepaldltlftttttTimUssoTico inb-t f
AY. Ul'ATroN-Pbjelclan nd Oculist.
DIU euro any caw of nero eye . It 1 only
n matter of llmu , and can euro Konc'a"7 ln
from three to flte weeks lt nmkcK nodlder-
cnco how lontf diseased. Will etralglitcn cros
eyes , operate and rcmora I'tyrftrinm" , ttc , and
liiBert artlllclal ryci Cpcilal 'attonttun to re-
mo > e ng tadewortn > , qpi-lf
A NYONKWANriNO notr e fine qiullty broom
J\ . corn eeed can ( tet It bv writing in
} )13 tf P. T ilAYNK , Qjuncll HlulTa
One o ! the beat * tend class Hottla m the
West 14 the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. E IIU WW , Proprietor ,
Nos. 631 and 63B llrouUay , ' ouncil llluff > , Io a.
Table nupplled with tbn bent the market af-
( O'd < , ( } od moms and Drst-clisj beds. Ttrma
\ cry roironablu ,
UNION AVENUE HOTEL
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. C. Gerspacher & Son.
FIUST CLA'S HOTf.r , AT
PKIOm. TllANSIESM ACCOMMODATED.
MOTEL FO.I BENT , OOOI > UEASONS 1'OB
N , Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
731 Lower nraadway.
Table nippVed with the best the m rtei af-
fordi. Terms | J.M and tl.OOperwuek. Transient
11.00 per day. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
If Yon Wtih a Lunob Go to
LOUIE DUQUETTE ,
Soujw , Menti , and Eatables always on
_ lmii'1. ' Five Ccnta per call. _
STARR & BUNCH ,
HOUSE , SIGN ,
PAPER HANGING ,
KALSOMIKIHG AND GRAINING ,
Shop Corner Broadway and Boott Bt
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
"J-'Jl-C , JJ JU.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples ai
the Lowest Prices ,
Fresh Roast Coffees ,
Chioce Drawing Teas ,
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main Bt. and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. n. SHEIUtAN , Business Manager.
WM. CIIUISTOPIIES , Mechanical Manager
124 S. Main St. , Council Blutl'a , la.
GOLD ! GOLD ! . GOLD !
Bright and yellow and hird nnd cold ,
Molten , graven , hammered and roll'd ,
Heavy to get nud Ifcht.to hold ;
Hoarded , baiterrd , bought and sold ,
stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled
Spurned by the young , tut hugged by UK
To the very verge of the churchyard
IVico of many a c imo untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If vou want to have gold yiu musl
spend your money to the very be < tadvaat
nue. Do bucineas with cneh men , one
where only one pi ice will bo naked 01
"A tree ia.known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Our prices are right. Our business is i
guarantee that fair dealing is our watch
word. XLCR ia our motto. Our bus !
ness is in a most healthy condition. Everj
department is doing good work. Canned
ooda are goini ; off very cheap. Teas
ind Coffees a choice assortment , Fancj
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
eea us , wo will do you food ,
F , J , OSBORNE ft GO , ,
.62 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
ENGINES , BOILERS , MIKING
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
' We give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will rocelre prompt attention , A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , OoaL
OHAS , HENDBIB ,
2. OSCAR WILDE 2.
Bixby & Wood ,
OnBancroft or ( Fourth StreotsQ
J. M. PALMEE ,
ANO LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl * lit Ave. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Qlrtss , Pine French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
10 HKOAPWAT. . COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA ,
MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOH ,
222 Broadwav , Cuuiicil BIuQ'a.
V. H. AUKNT.JACOB SIMB
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & Couusellors-at-Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , OOP , Fourth ;
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
I mean business and no blowing.
Having recently contiaoted for 600
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for tbfl season -
son , to ba sold at Bargains for dash , aud
on tiiue Agents wanted. TJ
Correspondence solicited , s
O J. MUELLER ,
IB COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1,75 and $2.00
Bliiff and iilliw Streets , OouncU Bluffs.
Mirrors. Upholstery , Eepairincr , Etc. , Wood nnd Metallic Coffins ,
No. 43G Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Blufia , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH mm STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-dona Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYREP , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS ! IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
OOTTJXTOI-C. JB-C.BJJb'Jb'gS , -
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number or. Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and N braaka.
Office with W. S. MA.YNE. ever Ravings Bank , - COUNCIL BLUPS
T11U VEIIY LATEaT STYLES OF
Wall Paper and Window Shades
And the Largest Assortment to Select ifrom.
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done in tlio Xmtost Style of Modern Art.
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs.
C. A. BEEUK , W. HUN VAN , AT. BEEBK
C. A. BEEBE & OO. ,
Wholesale and Uttatl Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 2C7 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Mrs , J , E , letcalfe and liss Belle Lewis
Are nowdeollnfrlnall kinds ol fancy gcott , Mich as Laces , Embroideries , Liu ) I re' Undetwe *
f all descriptions. Alen llandLrxcblu , both In Mil and linen , hose of all Hindi , thread , pins ,
coillcB , < tc. Wo hope the lanlcs will call and nee our stock of Roods at ( SO Broadway btfore go
E , J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A Full 1,5no of Canvas , Folti , Embroidery , Knlttlur-
Silbn nnd Stamped Goads. Nioo Aisnrtnent of Appliqne Pictures
412 BEOADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , MW4
AM WBSTSrag SQUARE , CLARIHDA IOWA.
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