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est styles at 810 Broadway. nprM-tf
The bate ball club is trying to arrange
for some games with nines which intend to
visit Omaha soon
On Thursday evening the Baptist
ladies are to have a strawberry and ice
cream festival at tha church.
Don't forget to call at the now ice
cream parlors of Mrs. J , A. Gray , over
605 Broadway. may22-tf
Joseph Ross , of 015 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , makes the best butter tubs
in the west and sells them nt the lowest
cash price. apr23-tf
The scarcity of cases in the police
court yesterday morning shows that SunT.
day was one of the most quiet ones for >
weeks past. There was but ono arrnjt and
that was a disturber ot tho'peace.
Herzman is found to cloze out ,
Railroad tickets bought and sold
BtuhneU , five doors north of PostofQce. L.
Can save you money on tickets ,
The brick-layers and contractors are
being agitated somewhat , the desire of the
former being to have higher wattes , and
the latter being In uncertainty as to how
they will figure upon building contracts.
In Justice's Abbott's court yesterday
the time was taken up in hearing the casa
of the state vs. Martin , it being a charge
of keeping a glandered horso. There were
many witnesses , and the ground was close
ly fought liich by inch.
The county board of supervisors met
yesterday at the auditor's ollice , and will
bo in Eeesldn until Friday night. The in
"business yesterday was of a miscellaneous
ch'aractcr , concerning roadways , etc. ,
nothing occurring of a particularly in- §
tcry'itlng nature | o the public generally.
The tid * seems to be turning against of
Major Anderson in Cass county especially . ,
and since the boys arc getting worked y.up 3
it looljivii * though Cass county would have
a Candidate | n the field. Trot him out , 15
boys. Anita Times.
Beckman , the well known harness n
nun , eeems to have the whip-row on whips- [
His stock ia that line is one of the largest ! 39
nd finejt ever shown up here , Whips ,
small and large , cheap and costly , in fact
11 kinds. Some of them are really ele
gant in finishand are regular last-for of
ever * .
Tne edict which baa gone forth that i
oiled doves shall not display their faded
plumage too ostentatiously on the streets ,
seems to he having some effect to thin out !
the public panulo of Immorality , If 7 of
Marshall Jackson kcepn up this policy , the
citizens will give him due credit. in
The following have expreued them-
elves as willing to wed , and the necessary in
papers have been issued : Fred It , Beben- ; !
* ee nd Johanna L. Witt , of ITirdln ;
" Hans' Hadan and llnrlah Uorrls1 ; Elliott '
8. KtrkpatrickandR , Jennie Corbally ; ors
James Johnson and Jennie Olesotv all of
.Council Bluffs. To
Rev , D. Cloland has tendered his
resignation of the pastorate of the 1'rcs-
tbytwiMT hureh here In order i to accost
41 * ball 'fWM.Keokuk. . . $ ot pnly will the
church folk here regret cuch a cbtnge , but
tfae community at large , among whom be ness
lias so long liyf d and , labored so efficiently.
The new city weigher has his scales i In mo
4ne working , oondtlon | , at the junction i of
3P * rl and 'Mjtln streets , but there ar
many who go to the old market place out ,
4 f habit , Bd became they do cot know man
jpwbwe the city w Igbma t r ii located. It ing
It not decided what the council will do
bout taking the old scales off the. former
Thos. Corbett appeared betore Judge for
Aylwn' rth yesterday , charged with de-
j-8urliDK the pens ) . He proved to la the
' K riVho ratted such a rumpus at Judge for
" Uwtd's rudenco Sunday morning , It0 thus
was ugly drunk at that 'time , tud pro- only
fmsrlod-t" T -TJ 4 > ut lights of nlasrora the
tit * ntftW * . Md tear up property generally.
Wb u Mr. Bwid appeared on thesjcne the
Mlow vMttt tor him with club Mad threat-
} , a it WH Jiiw. HeobwedUr/Boudfor
MM dlstaHfwd th a as he turntd pur- an
imfe * d pur u 4 ettatiged ponltlons. Cor * and
and M Into
quarter * , where hft wai sobered up , and
yesterday morning he ple ded guilty and
w s fined $5 and c-uts. Having no
wealth , he was given n chance to work it
A stranger was arrested yeslerdav on
tuspldcn ol having in hla possession a
number of pawn tickets stolen from
Omaha. Ono witness , named Kelley ,
claimed that he saw Ilolton have them *
but when he was arrested and searched
they could not be found upon him. Ho
was kept locked up for further invc Uifa
tion. Ho claims to b a Jeweler by profession -
fession , and that he belongs in Philadel
phia , but wandering west , has had a streak
of bad luck , and though penniless , !
bonost and never ttolo anything. Snch
was his claim , and ho was released , there
being a lack of evidtnco.
Choice "Whito Oats for sale cheap.
Mayno & Co. , 34 Pearl street.
The Commlttoo Appointed for the
Reception of the Grand Lodtro.
The Bovornl lodges of Knighta of
Pythias of this city are making exten
sive arrangements for the reception
of the Grand lodge which meets hero
in October. The following commit
tecs have boon appointed , to which
will bo added some from the lodges
adjacent to this city :
President W. K. Vaughan.
Vice President 0. Barghauson.
Secretary E. J. Abbott.
Treasurer ft. L. Meyer.
Executive committee E. J.Abbott ,
0. Wesley , W , B. VauRhan , G. M.
Washburn , F. L. Meyer , E. HOBO-
crnns , C. Barghauson , J. Reiter. (
Reception committee G. M. Wash-
burn , 0. H. Shorradon , E. H. Odoll ,
G. W. McCoy , D. B. Dailoy , A.
Grabor , J. E. Boll , J. B. Coon , W. P.
Dodge. J. A Herald , J. D. Nicholson ,
J. Lindt , P. Bonhardty , G. S. Bus-
sell. M. C. Felkor , A. N. Jackson , A.
Hobor , P. Luchow , G. Shoror , L.
Kost , P. Groto.
Ways and moans committee E.
Rosecrans , P. D. Mottaz , 0. Gregory , to
.i. Hammer , P. Ellis , J. G. Tipton , .
S , Kotsontino , P. Baurokomper.
PIUNTINO A p Soi'i'tiES J. iloitor ,
E. J. Abbott , P. B. Patton , L. 0.
Brookott , 11. Hoist , L. Bonsham , A.
N. Jackson , B. Grahl , A. Blum.
HALL AND Music 0. Barghauson ,
J. W. Darnell , A. Glenn , W. H.
Grandy , J. E. Mctcalf , W. P/eiffor ,
M. Gallichor , P. Benhartz. G. Koil ,
DECOKATons P. L. Meyer , E. Mot-
Inz , L. Jones , J. N. Buckly , A. B.
Howe , M. 0. Polknor , P. Togatad , E.
Pcstisch , L. Baurokompor.
ConnESPoNDENCE E. J. Abbott , J.
A. Spaldinpr , J. B. Staggs , G. H.
Champ , 0. D. AValtors , M. Gallagher ,
M. Gentry , J. Linder. C. Barghauson. at
BANQDBT AND BALL 0. Wesley , A.
L. Ayers , 0. Thibbotts , P. Pnulkon-
borgh , A. J. Gilbert , W Pffoifor , E.
Togatad , J. Kast , 0. Paul.
TuANsronTATiow W. R. Vaughan ,
T. H. Stewart , W. N. Young , 0. the
Harli , 0. R. Mitchell , L. T. Graham ,
M. Gantry , L. Hall , H. Nutt.
INVITATJOK E. J. Abbott , V. S.
Russell , C. ( Sanderson , P. Spottman , at
0. Voorhees , G. L. Smith , 0. E. Tay
lor , G. D. Daniels , E. Rosecrans , P.
. Bonhartz , Ed. Payurk , P , Lubor ,
SMOKE FRANK'S BLUNTS. FOR SALE
The following transfers of real estate this
are reported as taken from' the county
records by J , W. Squire & Co. , ab- city
tractors of titles , real estate and loan
agents , Council Bluffs :
H. Asmua to P. Paulson , part of hero
lots 8. 0 und 10 , in 31 , Avoca , $330.
William Lyman and Lyman B.
Robidson to George H. Nash , lot 1 ,
0 , Oakland , $1.200.
P. O. Gloason to G. P. Wright , n J
lots 0 and 10 , in 13 , Bayliss' 1st add. , Get
G. W. and E. W. Davis to J. 0.
Anderson ; part lots 2 , 3 and 4. in n w
n o of 10 , 77 , 30 , $30.
A. J. Crittondon to P , Spurling , lot
, in 10 , Everett's add , , $100 ,
J. Quinn to J. M , Palmer , lot 0 , in
, Riddle tract , city , $400.
D. Pierson to J , Wolbourn , s o 1 of up
o J 30 , 77 , 42 , $500.
0. Tegeler to B. Caldwell , o i of B o
and part of w of a o jof 18 , IT , 000
, | 2,620.
J. 0. Holman to J , Holman , n o I
ofaoiof31 , 72 , 42 , $700.
J. J. Rood to R. B. Gillespoy , n A
n w f of C , 75 , 39 , $1,700.
G. W. Pollock to J , J , Reed , n w
of s o ! of 30 , 70 , 39 , $1,300. the
G. W. Pollock to J. J. Reed , a w 1
Iofnwiof32 , 70 , 39 , $050.
0 , Bouglmn to D. N. Magrudor , lot
in Boughau'a subd , of lot 8 , old plat
city , $600.
8 , C. Harlow to John Carso , lot Q
G , Oakland , $850.
A. E. Huff ' to P. Rood , lota 0 and 10 of
1 , Huffs'add. . , Oakland , $125 ,
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Coolers , Filters , nncllco Cream Procz-
, at Maurer it Craig's.
Tne Hamburg1 BKirmlsh ,
the Editor of Tus Oix :
As another evidence of the in
genuity andjcunning of the gallant can *
didato of Fremont county for congrcs *
sional honors , oud bis spirit of fain
and hungering desire that the (
people may bo heard in this matter , ally
cite the manner in which this
county lias boon manipulated. Oil card
Thursday , the 25th of May , his bench- week
, Mr , Webster , without consult from
in manner tlie
any aovoral com
inittocinen of the county , called thj favor
countj conypntion for the 7th of Juno , Sfiro
more tiau two weeks before the time burn
short as that time is ; also announced have
Saturday , the 3d of Juno , as the day
township meetings , have
giving the people of this county
nine days iu which to consider
question M to who would or could doned
most fitly represent them in our im-
tloua.1 congress. Was not this truly
magnanimous ? Does it not show
abundant couOJenco " in JiLa own pcq- trying the
EJetySfewi a "the tune < wis , with
obscure man of small intellect
lets integrity , organization was horse
partially pfTuotod and in threa days and
time the tide WM o strong for him
that Anderson's lieutenants conceded
Lho county. Accordingly as desperate
circumstances required desperate
means , the said obscure individual ,
whoso only recommendation was Eonlo
inherited wealth , was in the very last
hours , and whllo his friends wore in
the field actively at work for him , in-
dbcod to withdraw from the canvass ,
ahd doubtless moro or less of the cor
poration fund tquanderod , yet oven
In this emergency and without a cand
idate in the field and with hardly two
hours with which to organize , the city
of Hamburg was only carried for the
nlaior after a desperate struggle by a
majority of fourteen , with the mayor
present in the fight. Such is the man
and measures ho use to foist himself
upon our people and the entire dis
trict as its congressmen. Down with
the bosses say wo , and wo moan it ,
Kidney Complaint Cored-
B. Turner , Rochester , N. Y. ,
writes : "I have been for over a year
subject to serious disorder of the kid
neys , and oiton unable tp attend to
business ; I procured your Burdock
Blood Bitters and was relieved before
half the bottle was used. I inland to
continue , us I fool confident they will
entirely cure mo. " Price $1.00. Id4w
WANTED. To buy 2,000 bushels
of White Corn. Highest market price
p'aid. Mayno & Co. , Broom Factory ,
Council Bluffr. tnqy27-tf
CONCERNING THE COURT.
Day In ths District Court
In the district court yesterday the
coso of Dowdy vs. Schoontgon , was on
rial , a bill for whisky sold being in
volved. The case was decided in
favor of the defendant.
The Ratigan murder case was con
tinued until the next term.
Judge Lewis , of Sioux City , has
taken Judge Rood's ' place on the t
bench hero for this week , while the
latter is at Dos Moincs , for which .
place ho started yesterday afternoon
take Judge McHonry'a place in the
.trial of some cases thoro.
Mr. Rifionstoin , Boston , Mass.\
writes ; "Your SMUNO BLOSSOM has
cured mo of dyspepsia , of four (4) ( )
years' standing. I have regained my
normal appetite , can sleep well , ana
feel like a now man. " Price 50 cents ;
trial bottles 10 cents. 0-d-w
District Attorney Conner is in the city
Robert Pcrcival , liiq. , is reported as on
the sick list.
Louia Nicollo , of Paris , 1'ranco , dined
the Pacific hero yesterday.
L. W. Todd and F. L. Egleston , of or
Nooln , yssterday dined at the Pacific. or
Wm. If. Quick , of Des Moincs well-
known in express circles , was yesterday at in
Ogden , -
Hiss May Hcckerrcan , of Ida Grove ,
was in the city yesterday , and was a guest
the Ogden house.
Constable Edgerton , of Omaha , was
hero yesterday , being Interested in a long
continued borso case before Justice
Eliza Wealheraby passed through the
city yesterday , bound eiiit. She appears us
with Nat Goodwin's company in Cedar
Rapids during the shooting tournament of
A. Hallam , of Jda Grove , was in the to
yesterday , and stepped nt the Ogden of
house. Ho is ona of Ida county's pros
perous stock and land dealers , and was of
on "n land trade. "
Nil Doiporanilnm >
When your girl gives you the mitten , and
you feel your heart is broke ,
Don't give way to black deapatr , but treat
It as n joko.
your health in first class order , a bat * the
tlo of Srniiso Biossou buy ,
And gaily join a singing class , and for
another sweetheart try.
Prlco CO cents , trial bottles 10 cents.
The women of Garner are putting
a public library building , 'gk
The recent rains caused the brick
makers of Boa Moines a Joss of 1,500 ,
The interior of the
church at Danbury ia receiving
E. I. SutGn , of Storm Lake ,
boon appointed lieutenant colonel .
Iowa National guards ,
Since January 1 seventy-four
landers of Sioux county have llvorod
naturalization papers with the near
Rev. A. S. Newcorab , of "Irm YV
Lake , has boon called to the i rate Broom
the Congregational ohuro/8
torsonyUlo and has accepted Jy
Judio ; Whiting of Mononi ( hmly FOU
roporta that his grapes are fQouslv oHUo.
iniurod by the frost. Au.3 and JD
other fruit are not damaged/ / 1'mlci
Near Danbury recently anjH man Lincoln their
named Johnson fell front'nead of 611 ,
and broke his nock. m > was inOH
about seventy-two years of t > m JJ
At Newton ! \ few days/si / * , Hello
Winter was toasting brttdfou her
clothing" caught" fire , and Bore the on
lanies could bo put outU flB liter
burned to a crisp. J. T7IOU $
O'Tho Ornnga City tt-aldut 'tho 1st Five other
hang's out the' follnuj small pox Council
, "Thoro will b no7 paper next
, as no ono \rj w it A paper J }
iliia district. " I'ay.
In the United S'ea ' fcourt at DCS ElOU
Moines a decree liibceA entered in or
of the Wnsh'ni ' K Moon barb TmOU
monopoly , atnsy the Butlers , L
establishing the f ditv of the Wash- by
& Moon ba'wiye patents. The npl3-tf
Farmers' 1'rotoy0 wsociation. who
boon usln/io Butler maobinoi ,
under this d e Avill undoubtedly
to cease , /i / pay possibly bo tee. accessory
mulcted in dnjgcs/
Qovernor pnnmi has just par
Miea lia&horman , who was tba Vtt
nentencod t thc/ penitentiary for D1UV.
stculin a hwd " "ggy , a then a matter
to 0o-hoi/i. It was one of from
< ? * /She / loved enco
queer < vary unwisely -
wisely , auilier/lovor was for aonio lumjt
reason so' ' tojail. . She hired the mo\ulng
an'uuKay , at Cedar Ilapids , A
drov0 auother town and oflered
ihom for tale to get money to liberate
the lover , tiho refused to tell his
name on the trial , and docs so to this
Various Matters Conuldored.
At a mooting of the council last
night Col. Koatloy was hoard , asking
the expunging from the record of the
resolution concerning the change of
Pierce street near Bock street. Re
George P , Wright , in behalf of the
Water Works company , was hoard
concerning the location of the reservoir
near Fairmount park , Referred.
The resignation of Patrick Lacy ,
chidf of the fire department , was ac
The fire department reported that
they had elected F. II. Ouanella as
chief and asking the council to con
firm. Referred to the committee , and
first assistant Tcmploton chosen to
servo for the present.
Council moot again to-night.
At a meeting of the board of trade
last evening , a committee was ap
pointed to ask the council to see thai
the money appropriated by the city
and county for building a levee bo expended -
ponded for that purpose.
An Old Friend.
lie was aflltcted with a lame back and
general debllily ; he was recommended
THOMAS' KCLKCTIUO On , , which cartil him
at one * . This famous specific is a positive
remedy for bodily pain. Cdlw
The Prohibition Amendment-
- -A Chal
lenge from AloxObor
To the Editor ol The Bee :
I find that the temper/mco folks are
making n great deal of fms eve the pro
hibitlui amendment , that In tt > bo voted
for or against on the 27th day of June
Now , f they ore so sangulno and sure
that if the amendment ia carried that it
will stop < the sale and consumiuon of In-
toxicatlng ' liquors In the etato ot Iowa , let
any ono of them put ono hundred dollars
in the First INattnnal .Bank f Council
muffs Iowa , and I will then d the same ;
lot both turns remain in the bai k for one
year on Interest. If tbo amoni ment dooi
prohibit the use of intoxicatlnt liquors in
the state , then my hundred dol' are and Interest
tercab ffoosto'tho'iJcrson i who puts up his
one huudre 1 dollar * . But if the amend
ment does not stop the use of intoxicating
liquors , then I will he entitled ( o that per-
son's hundred dollars and /citerett. I
further say and defy any/of ro-called
temperance folks to show nw or any other
citizen what benoHt the labor or farmer or
any one else will have by tba enacting of
said amendment. On the 'contrary ' , It is
not the means of taking from the jarmer
from fourteen to twenty cmta per bmhcl
on cirn and wheat because he will bo
forced to ship hi * Rrain but of the state ,
andgivotho laborers Iri other states em
ployment in manufacturing this grain ;
and tread lh > y will hate to pay the rail
road companies freight/to bring back this
manufactured grain. /
I would < ask theso/famo / people again
whether they have n yght to dictate to mo
any other free-bora American citizen
what ho 1 ball mt or A-hat he shall drink , 1 1
where ulthal thai he bo clothed ?
If they have tlusflshtwnotthatelavery 1
its worst form ? lit not that the reason
that our forefathep left the mother coun-
try" und fought anaconquered in the revo
lutionary war ? Vps it not for the pur
pose of throwing c the yoke no that they 2
might do an eeeinid tn them best , accord 3
ing to the dictates ! ) ! their own consciences
and not us a tyrannical ruler or set of
rulers would hav * them to do ? The late 18
war thtueh which we passed was waged lo
wipe off from ourVonccheoS the one great
atalnthat soiled itAIz : slavery.
Now. in thisynlightened ago do our
temperance bretFen wlsn to impose upon
the yoke vvch fell from the necks of
four million h nn beinga at the close ol in
the war ? Do.iley also wish to throw out
employmot thousands of laborers and
mechanics , oil turn the tide of immigra
tion from.xMead of toward our state , and
deprccia * the value of property instead
Now , go temperance folks , arise and
give 119 BOM sound , common sense , instead
appeal/ ! the sentimental side of hu
man natu/ and not mislead the farmer ? ,
laborers if I mechanics by n fallacy.
Will V * have our btato increase both in
wealth fU population , or like unto our
slater n/e , Kansa , under the regime ol
Gov. S/ John , dccrea'o in wealth , popula
tion ai/Tin the intellectual capabilities ol
\ efljie ? Youra respectfully ,
mavnSt ALEX OliERT.
GOpiGIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
'JOE. Special adtertlsemeutd , BUG as
Found , To Loan , for Sale , To Bent ,
iti , BoardlotTi eta , will bo Inserted in thll
imn at the low ratool TEN ClttJTS PER
E ( or the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
LINE for each subsequent Insertion ,
nlv ortltemcnt * at our Offlco , Np. 1
Street , near Broadway.
'ANTED Good Rlrl for general hoxisework
TiiO Olrl to do ttcneral housework.
Apply Mis. W. 8. Amtnt comer 7th
18th RV. roaylOtf
WANTED-Evervbodv In Council Bluffs lo
to take Tin Ills , SO cents per week , de
by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street1
T7'ANTEf ) ' 1'0 buy WO tons broom corn ,
Vof | vartlculan addre&i Council Blufft
Factory , Council Dluffi. Iowa. CM-SPtf
For Sale and Rent
HENr.I'art of a residence orlll
tlio wli'.loon cany terms , Knnulre at Pipe
pUIUK toil HALU-I ha\o on hand one 1
of on good trick as cm bo had in the
Uislrnj ; a gcjcd irtlcle will Had
nhanUjro to call at my reildenc
atcnue , or ulUrt-s Itobcrt llodilef
Council lllulli , Iowa. junel-lj
HALE Froth milk towi and cilvr * at
Swan Uro.'dard , Upper Uioadwsy.
SAUTwo ntw tjdcln at abstain.
E It. btclnhllbcr , at now ( urultura f/ctory /
Beuntn mtime , cuxt 10 O.ifcN. \ \ " . A. K.
BALK bliect muilo worth SfiLenti to
$1.00 for 5'unU a iopy , and 6vir 10,000
useful articles , it Smith & Erf/e/t'oGrMt /
and Ten-Cent Store Ko.
, liO/Uotdwuy ,
lllugs. lOH-a. * 1 . . . , CIL
R BALE. Eighty acre farm jjuitly cultl-
fated , two miles west of Omajfu Odell &
llENr l' r or whole ot plo residence ,
will till on easy terms. I My at Dee
SALK-De.Titiful retldrn/i / lot& WO Cor.
each : nothluj down , aud $3i/rroontl only ,
- tX > MAYOUVAUai/AN. /
d | ho KlcU
hcfigillirr | nCouncil J ucw
noencry 1 o anit t tr I and
100 Main street.
ANVonehnlinrlcstoi tlfcr wit : larue
bell , can leain ot l iiljuti by '
\V. L. : lon and ulUL
Can euro any fsoroeyc" . It only
pf time , cvru k'cnci ly In 822
tbrt'O tc lit 4 llffer-
how lout ' , dl c < 'Will - B.
, rtralBl crojs
operata and rci | * c IHyrettinuu i and
wtlildal cn . nclal attention o .
tmlaviorius , 5-tl
hVoKKWANil ( U loivcline quallt ; 'room '
corn seed cau j ' It br wrltlui : to ,
AYWH Council ! iffl
ON EVERY DOLLAR
ny BUYING YOUR
Boston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main Bt , and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TEY IT AND
lake Money ,
MANUFACTURER OF -
Road , Track , Gonoh & Livery
FINE WOEK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CUntSTOPIIEa , Mechanical Mnn sor.
124 8. Main St. . Council Sluffa , la.
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN
THE CITY. LOOKAT THEIR
PRICES ON A PEW LINES.
lllb VxtraO suarfor. , . M. . $1 DO
lOlbBtamlardjAsugar. . J ! . 100
Ib Granulated sugar. M. . - . 101
7Ib Mo. 1 Roasted MloUcce . 1 10
Tlb.N'olGrccn Moco/co . 1 00
Ib Hcst Hoisted O Java coffee . ! ! 3
II ) Best Roasted Mpchi . 30
llb&llx , half Ja\aanaiiairilio . 2.5
Ib Can tliUpcd lirirf JJccf . 25
31b cans Callfornlai'm ts . 25
CIioico Table liuttt r I or Jb . IS
York Stito Gallon Apr/eg . 30
311) Can Vfl ow I'ciclics . , . 20
elbCnn Ho PcachM ? . " . . 25
Ib Can Star Peaches. , ' . . . . t . . . 15
Ifo Con very best Stfeet Corn . 20
Best brands prioir Wheat i lour per sack. . , 3
sftP 1 00
Ih Bora Kirk's W.liHo Itusshn 8oap. . . , ( . 100
HoyJ'8 Hams ixr lb. % . . . . . , . IS
' Breakfast Ibunn per Ib It
Utcldtt Community ftu ia per jar . 7 *
GcrJon i IMllwortlt'srresencs. . . . . . . . . . . . OS TTo
And Everything Else
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries Until You Have
Seen Us. Terms .Cash.
F , jT , OSBOBHE ft * 00 , '
f < 5
\ B A
GENERAL MACHINERY 0. A.
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
' We giro special attention to
Stamp Hills , Smelting Furnaces ,
' * HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
/ HOUSE FRONTS. of all
GENERAL REPAIR WORK In ?
wljf/recolvo prompt attention. A general as
is Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
foundry , Pig Iron , Gofce , Ooal , of
OHAS. HENDEIE ,
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
, Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
AND LOAN AQBNT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
. Pearl & let Ate. COUNCIL BLUFF *
& OBAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Out Qlasd , Fine French China ,
Qllvor Ware &o. ,
BROAPWAT. COUNCIL DLUPF8. IOWA
, fl J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
groadwavi Council Bluff .
AMENT , JACOB BIJJS
AMENT & SIMS ,
AttorneyB' & OomiBellors-at-Law ,
OOUNOIIi BLXJPPS , IOWA. And
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & 00. ,
Broadway , Ooi/Fourtli Street. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
I mean business and no blowing.
Having recently contracted for 600 : MT
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for the sea
son , to ba sold at Bargains for Cash , and
on time .Agents wanted * TJ ;
Correspondence solicited ,
d. MUELLER , io
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1,50 , $1.75 and $2,00
Bluff and fifillow Streets , Council Bluffs ,
Mirrors , Upholstery. Bepairing , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH m\H \ STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bokoro <
employed. Bread , . Gako , Pica , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. , \
WHOLESALE DEALERS. . IN
Hats ! , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHIOACO PRICES DUPLICATED.
B3C. U ' ' ,
Jb'Jh'g - XO Vt/'u '
REAL ESTATE AGENT
For Sale , Toivn Loth , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Landu , ,
and a number or Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Offlco with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , OOUNTOIL BLUPS 1 I <
Kew Styles Just Received.
11 Pearl Street , Council Bluff * .
. BEKIU ! . W.KUNYAN , .
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale anil 1UU11 Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
Hoa. 207 & 209 Broadway , Councfl Bluffs.
Irs. J. . letcalfe and Miss Belle Lewis t
Are'now doallnffln . nil UnJaof fancy goods , such Lace * , , Embroideries , '
descriptions. Also Handkerchiefs , both In ellk nd , Underwea
, . hoeo ot all ulnde , , ,
elsewhere. ito. We hope the holes will call and tee our etock ot goods at 650 Broadway thread bifore pins go
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
All Kind * . A Fall JLino of Canvas , Felt , Embroidery ,
Sillt and Siamiod Goods. Nice A Knlttlitf
aortncnt of A mli pe Plotnrea
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Z. , T. ILINDSEY & ff
412 BROADWAY'COUNCIL , ' BLUFFS IOWA
WI3I8IDK SQUARE CLAR1NCA IOWA.
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