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    THE DAliY , BEE : COUISICIL BLUFFS , IOWA WEDNESDAY , JUKE 7 , 1882.
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The Daily Bee.
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Wodtrep'day Morning June 7 ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
JBy Carrier , - - - - - BOccnUrrwe1c _
By Hall , 10 00 per Year.
Offlco : Ko. 7 Pearl Street , Koar
Broadway.
0. K. MAYNK , Manner City Circulation.
H. W , TII.TON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS.
Go to Herman's for big bargains.
Sherraden make * photographs.
There bare been sovcnty-ono marciage
license ) is utd here since April 1st.
Sherraden is tha boss phntogrnj > her.
Closing out of entire stock t Herz
man's. '
To-morrow t lha Baptiat tJaurch the
Jadles net up strawberries * nd Ice crsam
In the chapel.
Visitors always , welcome ot Mauror &
Craigs.
Joseph Rctter makes suits in the lat
est styles at 310 Broadway. npr44f
The slandered horse case occupied
Judge Abbott's lime yesterday.
Herzman is bound to dose out.
fllailroad tickets bought and sold
Bushneli , five doors north ot Postofllce.
Can save you money on tickets.
A new line ot ridioj , driving and
drover' * whips just received at Bookman's.
Buy ot him an 1 save money ,
Don't forget to call at the new ice
cream parlors of Mrs. Ji A. Gray , over
605 Broadway , moy22.tf
In the district court yesterday , Judge
[ Lowb of tbo Sioux City circuit presiding ,
the trial of Jack Shields was begun , ho
"being charged with having brutally an-
aaultcd Mr. Jennings last spring.
A well known soiled dove named M.
O. Scott , wa < yesterday before Judge
, Aylesworthbut was let off on the paymeit
of coitf , nud on making the promise that
she would leave town nt onco.
Joseph Rots , of CIS Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , makes the best batter tubs
In the west and sells them at the lowest
Cash price. opr28-lf
Jnstice Abbott was yesterday sum-
. mended to Kiel's hotel , where he tied the
bond matrimonial which joins T. B. Be-
hcnseo and Johanaa L , Witt as husband
and wife.
It was thought that there would bo
few civil coses in the superior court for its
Juno term , owing to the fact that it Is a
new court , and that the district < ourt is
in seition , but there have been twenty
cases put on the docket already , twelve of
which , however , are poll tax suits.
James Fruiney , who hai for more
than1 eight years bean connected with
Oberf elder & Newman , la now arranging to
tart o merchant tailoring -establishment
for himself and yesterday leased No. 3,32
Broadway , where hofwlll open abtut the
1st of next month. Ho 'has1 scores of
friends and will doubtless jump into a
large and prosperous butiness.
Yesterday Frank Crow , the "Blue
Jay" man , was able to appear .before
Jndge AylfHworth to answer the charge of
disturbing the peace , laid ] at his door some
time ago , but which he lias not'been ' pre
pared to meet before owing to the effects
of the pounding he received at the time of
the fracas. He pleaded .entity to the
charge and was"fined $9.60.
John Greta , of Weston , was on a
, -wildf drunk Monday night and had Dr.
Gary's ) hone , with which bo and a girl
named Fannie Allen were out riding at a
slashing gait whoa the officers arrested
them. They were aoh fined § 1 and costs.
Green explained his having * ho doctor's
horse , by saying that it was by the latter's
.permission , but the latter denied it.
The filling of llain' street , for which
Mr. Moore had the
contract , Is now coin-
plojed , the expense for this part of the
work being about 81,100 , and .in settling
-with him the council found that his dirt
tickets and the accounts came out right
to a dot. There ! s some question as to
whether the street
railway company is
llablo to pay for the lling In necessary ti
raise the track , * nd it is understood .that
the matter is to be ref oned'to' Judge Reed
for a decision. Tha Importance of the
question is not-confined simply to the
work ; done on Main street , but -will affect
future improvements. If the paving of
ISroadway is decided upon then will arise ,
perhaps , i the question as to how much , if
.any , of , tbo work oa the street will fall to
( the railway company to pave.
The , superior court Ish now getticg
pretty well provided arlth the needed
( books and blanks , and the form fn which
they are arranged , and { he neatnetii ud
.taite of the mechanical work excites much
.praise , especially from the attorneys and
those who have business there. Those
Looks were furnished by B. T. Walker &
Co , , of this city , whoss printing and book
binding establishment i thus holding and
Increasing its enviable reputation by fine
work. We noticed the other day suine
-remarkably fine booki nreparod for the
Carroll .county official ! , which would
prove an honor to any esUbllsbinent. The
firm is securing similar orders from
f large number of counties.
Voting America ' eomotlmea sets the
-aid ones a good'exampleof .enterprise. A
boy. claimiBff to hall from Sherman , Tex.
AS , bounded nto the BEB office the other
day with a "ihine-.em-np , " aad afterslww.
iaghli ability to give a boss shine , shored
ills dime into Us pocket , and wanted to
know what it cost to advertise. "I tell
you , mister , I believe In advertising , .
does , nnd want * misthlnsr put In the pa.
.per. How much will It cost * " "Why ,
what do you want to ndvfrtisei" "Well ,
I just want it put In the paper that Jo.
Seott gives the boss Mae of .any of the
fellers. SouwthlDg like that. Ho v much
vrlUItcoBtaffller ? " Such an apprecia
tion of tbo value of advertising shown in
e M > young and tender , moved the klud-
" ly.li aiUd business
manager , and lie or-
jwd liP d" in at clergymen's rates ,
the
r > . bktfc boot
.jt jfex MOSS * oa
ORUMBS PfiOM THE OODHOIL ,
Various Matters of Interest to
the Oity Considered by
the Aldermen.
Tko Saloon XiooBHQ Qncmtion to Be
Referred TTntll After
tbo Election.
The ExproBsmon Want to Pay a High
Liconso.
IJndor Iho now order of things the
city council is supposed to moot but
once a month. As a result there ia
an accumulation of bills end business ,
which makes it impossible to dispose
of all in an evening's session. Such
was the CMO nt the mcoting Monday
evening , nnd much business hod to bo
left for this evening.
The -council did not got at work
until late , there being several of the
rnombora tardy , but at last took tlioir
places. After the reading of the
minutes , a big bundle of blllo
presented by Auditor Burke , nnd
pieacd over for consideration , nnd
latex in the evening allowed.
Col. Koatloy WAS hoard concerning
tbo location of East Picrco street ,
and the petition ot Conrad Geiso , W ,
II. M. Puaoy and others , to move the
street nbout fifteen feet , at its cross
ing at Book street. Mr. Koatloy rep
resenting Mr. Koolino's interest asked
for the expunging of a resolution
passed by an old council , authorizing
a committee to proceed with the con
demnation ot land for the purpose of
changing the street The colonel
urged that this rcsoluttor woo illegal ,
and it was unjustly throwing a cloud
on Mr. Kooliuo's right to the strip of
land in question. The matter was re-
ferrcd to the city attorney to report
upon at the next mooting. ,
Hon. Goo. F. Wright appeared as
the attorney for the water works. Ho
stated that it had buou originally
planned to have the reservoir located
in Fairmount park , but this was now
not found feasible. It had been
thought boat to locate ic at the head
of Glenn avenue just outsidotho park ,
and ho suggested that the city pur
chase a piece of land there and xnnko
it a part of the park , the company to
pay for that portion occupied by the
reservoir. Referred to the park com
mittee.
A petition signed by JM. . Palmer
find Mr , Hatnlin. representing the 0. ,
B. & Q. railway , was presented , ask
ing for the vacation of a certain alley
in block 15 , Riddle's addition , the
signers representing all the property
uffooted by the chatigo. Referred to
the city attorney.
A petition was presented and re
ferred asking for a sidewalk on Fourth
avenue , between Seventeenth and
Nineteenth streets.
The resignation of Pat Laoy as chief
of the fire department was presented
and accepted. A committee consist
ing of Messrs , Conner , Casper mnd
Brown , Representing the fire'depart
ment , reported that at a mooting held
F. H. Quanolla hadibeon elected chief
to fiirtho ; vacancy , and asked that the
coiinoil confirm , this action. The
matter was referred , to thoifiro depart
ment committee , and enmotion John
Toraploton , the first assistant , waa in
structed to act as ohiof until further
action was taken.
A petition extensively signed by
the residents in the vicinity of Vine
and Bryant streets , was presented ,
calling attention to the fact that a
house of ill-fame had been planted in
their midst , and Asking that the matter -
tor bo investigated , and if the facts
were found to bo as stated , that the
nuisance bo abated forthwith. The
chief of police was instructed to look
into the case , and if it was such a
house as was represented , to BCD that
it was suppressed promptly.
The mayor recommended a raise in
the licenses of expressmen , of cir
cuses and the fixing of a license for
shooting galleries.
A petition signed by a number of
expressmen was also presented , ask *
ing that the license bo raised to ? 25.
The petitioners claim that the present
license was so nominal that transients
often ontprcd into the business , there ,
by lessoning the needful profits of
thofio who devote their whole time to
it. The petition , and the mayor's
recommendation wore referred to the
'judiciary committeo.
A ! culvert was asked for , near the 0.
B. &Q. , railway At ( ho lower' ' ond'of
Bancroft street. Referred to commit"
too bn streets and alloys.
'V The auditor reported that the bills
allowed in May amounted to $4,017 02
anditho warrants issued $4,030. The
total number of warrants issued by
the present council amounted to $8 , >
373.27. of which $5,018 was from the
general fund and 82,454 from the po
lice fund ,
The regular reports were presented
by the several city officials and by
Judge Aylcsworth , and were placed
on filo.
The rest of the evening waa taken
up in the consideration and allowance
of bills , of which there were a largo
number.
It was expected that the now ordi
nance regulating saloons and fixing
the amount of licenses would bo taken
up , but it is now understood that the
matter will bo passed over until after
die yoto on the prohibitory amend
ment , thus leaving the amount of
license an open question until after
tha present contest ia past.
The council worked until about raid-
night and then adjourned until this
evening.
BURNED OUT AND STARTED
JE\V.
Bcfaull & For , the proprietoro of the
l-ronoh A/\r\41 Meat 1. . . . . . . Market 1 L , T which . was _ _ .W-B |
-
" . out
" " " " * * * * * 4 * utrui"
y xixmil o
street , Imvo rented the building the l
first door north of Geo. Blaxsim's
shoo ahop nod will
to-day opbn out
business ogam. Giro them a call
700 JJUSHKLS
Choice White Data for 'sale * clienp
Mayno & 0o. . 34 Pearl afreet
SMOKE FUANK'S BLUNW. FOK SAIB
EVKBVWHEltK.
Water
KO
IN frlfe COSIEST.
Hon. W. F. Snpp Withdraws From
the Congressional KlfttiL
There was an important change
made yesterday in the congressional
contest by the withdrawal of Hon.
W. F. Sapp , who couehdd his retire'
mont in the following letter :
Gotmcit BMJiTH , Ia. , Jnne 0.
lion. Ood. F. Wright , Member CongrcMlon&t
Committee , Council Bluffs , low * .
Sin ! My name having
been mentioned as a candidate for the
nomination to congress , I beg leave to
say to you and through you to the re
publicans of the district , that I ani
not a candidate for the nomination to
that office. It ia my wish that my
name shall not bo presented to the
coming convention. I avail myself of
this opportunity to express my grati
tude to my friends for their support
In the past and their proffered support
had I entered this contest.
Youra truly ,
W , F. SArn.
The withdrawal of Mr. Sapp put anew
now phano on the oituatio.i. Ihoro
were many who clung to him , and
many others who hoped that ho would
so hold Audorson to a close race ns to
give on excellent chance for a third
man to capture the prize. JIad ho re
mained in the contest , it is probable
that this would Imvo been the result
of the atrucrglr , and Anderson would
Imvo boon loft shivering in the cold ,
with Sapp to console him , while a
third man would have been chosen.
By Sapp's withdrawal Anderson is
given a great advantage , which will
probably tend him to the front , aa the
time is rather short for the many
who are opposed to him to unite on
some ono more to their liking and
more worthy of the honors. Light
ning may yet single out such a candi
date , and if so many will rejoice with
exceeding great joy.
It would , porhapj , have been little
satisfaction tor Mr. Sapp to have kept
in a race , the result of which would
have loft both himself and the major
defeated , but it would have boon
more a satisfaction to the many who
oppose Anderson , to have had him
either stick to the last or retired
earlier , so that they might have had
time to unite on a man who would
take the honors which have been
grasped for in so unseemly a manner
by , Anderson.
The withdrawal gives Anderson a
much surer outlook than ho hold dur
ing t ) > o days when the voice , of which
his was the echo , was' shouting
"boom , " Still there is still a chance
that Anderson may not got there.
Whether ho does or not , the character
ot the man , his political trickery , his
public and private record in the past
cannot bo changed , and oven success
cannot keep the people from gazing at
what he really has been , and really is ,
WANTED. To buy 2,000 bushels
of White Gorn. Highest market price
paid. Mayno & Co. , Broom Factory ,
Council Bluflj. may27-tf
THE COUNTY BOARD.
Tbo Supervisors Spend' Moat of the
'
Time In Considering Roads.
Yesterday was tho.sooond day's ses
sion of the county Aboard of super
visors , and'tho ' time was largely devo
ted to the further consideration of
roads.
The road petitioned for by J. E.
Williams and others in Hazel Dell
township , also the ono petitioned for |
by W. H. Butler and others in Har-
din township , were established by the .
board on condition that the petition
ers should pay' the costs before the ,
September term.
The petition by Charles Clark and
others for a change of road in Center
township was granted on like condi
tions
The vacation ot a road , petitioned
for by John Roano , also the vacation
of road petitioned for byVm. . Brown
were established.
The road petitioned for by Thomas
Green and sons was established , as
shown by the supplementary report
of the commissioner , and that J.
Schmidt bo allowed $300 and Russell
Giles $80as damages.
The petition of H. MoRoynolds
and twenty-throe others of Belknap
tpwpship , asking the board to offer
for hole the five forty-ncro tracts , of
school land remaining , unsold , was
settled by authorizing the trustees.of
the town to appraise each forty aero
tract and report at the September
mooting.
The petition of F. Wilbourno and
others for a change of road was pro-
Rented and action deferred until July.
PERSONAL.
"
J. P , Peach , may r of Hamburg , was
in the city yesterday.
. Winfleld Potter , of Van Buren
county , was visiting friends here.
Mr. Larsen , of Copenhagen , dined with
Dr. Puulson yesterday at the Ogdcn ,
0. 0 , Mitchell , one of the liveliest tour
ists out of Dts Molnes , was hero again I
yesterday.
Dr , F Xutcn A\oot"was
> - , of \ , here yes
terday. He reports tha small pox having
been completely cleaned out In that place.
ar Anderson wa in Hamburg
Wednesday and Thursday , He
boa now a good office , worth 83,000 a
year an J no onerous duties to perfura
He is in vigorous pursuit of the cilice of
congressman. For seventeen years patt
ho has been in ollice , or in pursuit of
office , or sofno otllcp has been pursuing :
him , lie must have an office or he will , -
leatethe state. It us d to be said of i
some public men that they neither sought J
nor declined honorable of 11 ecu. This class
of men has beiome extinct. Hamburg
News.
Profitable Patient * .
Tha most wonderful and marvelous
success in casoa whuro persons are
sick orVasting away from a condition
of misorablencar , that no ono knows
what alls them , ( profitable patients
for doctors , ) is obtained by the use of a
Hop Hitters. They begin to cure
from the first doeo and keep it up un
til perfect Jiealtb and strength is re-
' - " ' .Whoever . * isu liwtedi in this
_ L at a ff v * * B - fe * 0ta
it Hop Bitt < t Hf < MMMMMM'iifer-"u
( IUU. II V ( ± & HMUlt Vjiilttii
, v , t juowrfi * aiutuj j Jnun
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'FlGl4tlr\IG FEMALES.
Joolouoy Oauees One Womati
to Fire Seven Shots at
Another.
Poor BJnrkmamMp SnviRtbo Shedding -
ding of Blood.
There was'some lively shooting in
Streotsvillo Monday night , and con
siderable excitement caused in the
neighborhood. It appears that Mr.
and Mrs. Bush , and Mrs. Ewing , live
on adjacent lota , A daughter of the
former , known aa Mrs. Ellft Harris ,
returned homo a day or two ago from
Colorado , where she has boon living
some time , and thq trouble which led
to the shooting WAS confined to her
and Mrs. Ewing , mainly , as is said to
have originated In jealousy concerning
n man named Harris. This man Har
ris was for some claimed aa her own
by Mrn. Effing , and their relationship
being broken off ho afterwards mar
ried the Bush girl , but trouble arose
between them , and they separated.
On the lattor's ' return homo aha
learned that Harris was again devoting -
voting hia affections io Mrs. Ewing ,
and on the strength of this in
formation she rushed over to the
latter s house , and the two meeting
in the rear yard , waa opened , chirgcs
and denials were hurled red hot at
each other , and according to Mrc Ew-
ing's story the Bush woman pulled a
revolver and began shooting rapidly
at close range. Mrs. Ewing says aho
felt thoflash , of the revolver aa wollaa
saw It , and not only hoard the bullets
but aaw them whizzing through the
air close to her. She waa evidently
badly shaken up , but for some strange
reason , unaccountable only on the
theory that a woman cannot throw a
stone or sharpen a lead , pencil , none
of the shots took effect. The bullets
flew so wide of the mark that some of
the noianbors were put in jeopardy and
they hurrodly sent a messenger to the
police station , but when the officers
arrived the belligerent females had
withdrawn from the field , and quiet
was restored.
This morning Mrs. Ewing was
again threatened by Mrs. Harris , and
the police rushed down and arrested
the latter , and she was brought before -
fore Judge Aylcsworth , and charged
with atsault with intent to do great
bodily harm. The case was continued' '
until this afternoon at 2 o'clock , the
woman being in the meantime locked
up in jail.
KopubhcanConvention.
The republicans of Fottawattamie
county will meet in delegate conven
tion at the court bouse in Council
BlUffs on Tuesday , Juno 20 , at 1 p.
m. } for the purpoao of selecting thir
teen delegates to attend the congres
sional convention to be held in Uoun-
cil' ' Bluffy June 22. Each township
will bo cntitled'to the following num
ber of delegates :
Kane , 1st Proc't. . .6 Lay ton 5
Kane,2dPreo't..7' Lincoln 2
'Kane , 3d J'reo't..7 Iwi * 2
Kane,4thPreo't.v..O .Macedonia..H--i.3
Bloomer. . . .2 Minden 4
Belknap ! ? Neola i 4
Crescent 2 Nor walk.2
Cars m. . . , , , ,8. 1'leasant 3
Center. 3 RockforJ 3
Grove . . ' ' . . . . .3 Silver Creek 2
Garner . . . .2 Valley 4
Hordln 3 Washington , .3
HMelDell .3 Waveland 3
James i.,8 Wright 3
Rnox , 8 York 2
Keg Creek . . . . . . .2 |
The primaries in each township , un
less ordered by township committee-
.man , will bo hold Saturday , Juno 17 ,
at 8 p. m. By order of
JOHN W. BAIKD ,
Chairman Co. Rep. Cent. Com.
'
Bucl lia'a Arnica Salve.
The BEST SALVI : In the world for Cut * ,
Bruises , Sorea , Ulcers , Salt Rheum , Ro
ver Soren , Tetter , Chapped Hands , Chil
blain ? , Corns , an 1 all skin eruptions , ami
positively cures illca. It la guuran'eed ' to
elvo satisfaction or money refunded.
Price , 25 cents per box. For sale by O.
IT. Goodman.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICES.
NOTICE , Special advertisements , sue M
Losti Found , To Loon , For Sale , To Bent ,
Wonts , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted la thit
column t the low rate of'TEN CENTS , ppfl
IJNE lor tbo flni , Intertlon nd FJTVECENTS
PEE' LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion.
Leave * dv eitliomeots at our office , No. 7
1'carj Street , near Uroadway.
Wants.
\TrAN.TKD Good KM for general houwwork
YV Inquire at lieo office. maylOU
VITAJiTED-Everyuody In .Council Bluffs It
YV to takoTu Bis.20 cents per week.de
llverod by carriers. Offlco , No 7 Pearl Street
pear Broadway.
\TTANTED To buy 100 tons broom com
TV for particulars address Council BluOi
Broom Fiu-torr. Council Illnfli. Iowa , W-tH
For Solo and Rent
F OH , HI'.Nr.-fart of a residence or vlll bell
tlio wlicloon tasj'tcrma. Knnuird at HRK
otllce. J.O ot
BlllUK I'OH HALE-1 laie on hand one Jclln
of an L'OoJ brick as cm bo hud In the city.
I'irtlei dui.r i > ir a gcctl vrtlclo nil ) Ond It to
their AdxnUfu to call at inv nilJenco , on
Incolii avenue , or aOJro H llobcrt > li.dalo . , box
Bll , Council ll.uffK , Io a ,
I.AOH HAIjt , i'ro.h milk iow. and cihcs at
JJ B au lro.'s ) jardi , Uiin9 , Broadw y.
[ m29 Ct *
T70II HALE Two new l > jclc's ) atabatgalq ,
X1 B 11. bt lnhlibcrat new Jurnltuio factory
on e \ ontli u > tnuo , neat to 0. & N. W. 11 M.
m y2J-lmt
IilOR BALK-Sheet muslo orlh 88 cenU to
1 tlOO ( or 6 i tuts a .opy.nnd overJO.OOO
other useful articles , at Su Jth & E\erottsarwt
tittf end Teu-L'tnt Btore , No HO " "
' '
rounaiBluBs. low. .
1710 ii BALE.-Elehti.acro firm p itly cultl-
JL' > aUil , twoinllcs uiet ot Uoiaha. Udell &
lay ; roO-tf
J OU KKN | rtrt or whole of nlc * resilience ,
' or pill etll ou ewy tcm , Apply at Vei
mllco. ina)2 tf
TJWll SALE-llca-ittlul realSenco lo'tV ' , 880
L1 each ; nothlu doun , and SJiicr'rontli only ,
JC-MAYOlt VAUQHAN.
a 13-tf
MlBcollanooua. _
EMlKUhlOU UALLEUV g lil M < Vd ' and 'iho
InOtunuU Hiiifti. Orand now
, ' ? * " ' a th' ' wc k. C U and
800. 100 Miln etreot.
A NVp eh lriBkst rcd htlfer with Urge
tF"u man " Mherib"ltc ) > Un ? * *
TTVll. W. M'A'riXW-l'iijileiMi aud Ocul'uT
CuncureauycauoofiiorBiByo * . It 1 * only
matter ot tlnio. uj can euro generally m
from thro , tc flj weeks-it n.si nodiffer-
nc bow IcDff discard. Will straighten c/ws
eyes , operate and remova I'tyrrirtonu , tta , and
Insertartiadal eyes. Bjwclal attention to r -
broom
rr
FIVE
'SAVED
ON EVERY DOLLAR
nr BUYIKO YOUR
<
GROCERIES
AT THE
Boston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main Bt , and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TEY IT AND
lake Money ,
W.W.SHERMAN
MANUFACTURER OF
Eoad , Track , Coach & Livery
HARNESS !
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CUniSTOPHEa , Mechanical Manager.
134 S. Main St. , Council BluQfc , Ia.
F.J. OSBORNE&CO
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
Groceries Cheaper
THAN XTSy OTHER HOUSE TN
THE OirY. LOOK AT THEIR
PRICES ON A FEW LINES.
HlbFxtraC su arfor . . . SI 00
10 Ib Standard A sugar . . . , . 1 00
W 1 ! ) UromiUtcil sugar . „ . 1 0 < >
71bNo. 1 Hooatal Jilo coffcce . 1 0
TlbNol Green Klocoflco . 1 00
1 11) 1'cst hoastcd O O. Jai a coffee . 30
1 lh Best Hoas ted iloclii . SO
1 IbUIx , luff jara and half UIo . S3
11 > Can hi pcd trie IDccf . i. . 25
31h cans CnllfomlaFm ts . 25
ClioicoTaliloi.utt. rTtrlb i.i . 15
Yor < Stito Gallon /ppes . 3 }
3 111 Can YclowPeichca . 0
61h Can lie Peaches . 25
21b Cu i Star Peaclif H . , . . . . 15
8 Ib c nn' % cry lest Sweet Corn . 20
Best brands -prln if Wheat Flourirer cock. . . 3 76
HlhillarsGlllettH M-oii. , . . . , . 1 00
18 Ib Ban Kirk's White flusslin Soap . 1 00
' .Hojd'u Hams per Ib , . . . . . . . ] 5
Bojd's Breakfast Bacon per Ib. . 10
' ticlda Community' ' Fru Ii per jar . , 7G
Gordon ft Dlllworth's Preserves . OS
And Everything Else
in Stock Proportionally
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries | Until You Have
Seen Us. Teims Cash. >
F , J , OSBORNE & 00 ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS
MANUFACTURERS OF
ENGINES , BOILERS ,
AND
GENERAL MACHINERY
Office and Worka , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We glvo special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
HOISTERS AND
OENEHAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
sortment ot
Brass Goods , Bolting , Pimng ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Fig .Iron . , Ooke , Goal ,
OHAS , HENDRIE ,
President
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pipe , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
THE PLUMBERS ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMEE ,
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE
AND LOAN A&ENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Ors. Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl & lit Aye , COUNCIL BLUFFB.
MAUIIT3R & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Gloss , Fiuo French China ,
Silver Wore &a ,
810 DuOJCWiT. . COUNCIL liLUFFS. IOVYA.
MRS , H , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Brodwav , Council Bluff * .
W. 8. AUtNT. JACOU 8IU8
AMENT & SIMS ,
ittomoys & OounsBllors-at-Law ,
OODNOIL BLXJFPS. IUWA.
J1 .am * , ) Mtiui
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
DRY GOODS
ATO CARPET HOUSE.
i
Broadway , Cor , Fourth Street. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
J. MUELLER'S
IP I mean business and no blowing ,
IP.A. Having recently contracted for 600
.A. Oigans and over 200 Pianos for thR fcea-
EOII , to ba sold at Bargains for Gash , and
on tine Agents wanted.
Correspondence solicited ,
O J. MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2,00
XMC.4k.XXEI XXMT ' 3C3BB3BI
Bluff and ffillow Streets , Councfl Htnffii.
jvr / loOMac
FURNITUBE HOUSE. /
Mirrors. Upholstery , Eepairing , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins *
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MK\H \ STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bakork'
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Oar"
Wagons run all day. .
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P. AYRES , Proprietor. . . .
M E T C A L F B , R. O S. ,
. , WHOLESALE DKALEBBJ.IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves. , - "
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED ,
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands , M , t
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska. ' ' A
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - OOUVOTLi BliTJPB
WALL
Mew Styles Just Eeceived.
11 Pearl Street , Council Bluff * .
0. A , BEEBK , W. RUNYAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and JUtall Dialers in
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Hbs. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
Mrs. J. E. ietcalfe-and Miss Belle Lewis '
Are now dealing-In all kinds of fancy goods , ench B Laces , Embroideries , L dlc MJnderwca ,
of all descriptions. Also lUddierchlefs , both In silk and linen , hose of lr ulndi , thread. pins ,
needles , it ; . . We hope . the ladles Hill call tad eeo our stock of Roods at BS9 Broadway btfoto go
bf ( elsewhere.
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
Dealer in
ZEPHYRS. GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS/
of All Kinds. A Foil Line of Canvns , ! Felt , Embroidery , Knitting
Sllh oiid Stamnecl Oootl . Nice Amortpnnt of A t ) ll po Plotnrea 'i.
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Z. , T.iLINDSEY : & CO ,
412 BEOABWAYtfOUNCIL BLUFFS
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