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THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA FRIDAY , JUNE 0 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
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Friday Morning June 9
flunscniwioN HATES :
FT Carrier , ctnU
DjUall , - $10 00 per Year.
Office : No. 7 pearl street , Near
C. B. UAYME , Manager City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON. City Editor.
Go to Herzman' * for big bargains.
Sherroden makes photographs.
The pulillo library has now hung on
the outer wall n now sign of gold lettcrn In
script upon n black background ,
Shcrradcn Is the boss photographer.
dating out of entire stock at llcrz-
Rich F. Trevelllck , ot Detroit , will bo
in Ceuncll Bluffs on the Ifith Inst. , to deliver
' 'Labor and IU . "
liver a lecture on Wrong *
Mexican ECB grass hammocks fit Sea-
Visitors always.welcome at Maurcr &
Craig * .
Joseph Keller makes BuItB In the lat
est styles at 310 Brondway. npr4-tf
Rev. J. FIfk performed the ceremony
last Sunday l > y which Hans Ocdoon and
MIsi Mnrlnli Morris , both of Council
! Blu& > , were made husband and wife ,
Herzman la bound to cloao out.
Don't forget to c ll nt the now Ice
cream parlors of Mrs. J. A , Gray , ever
C05 Broadway , may22-tf
Burnham , Tulloys , & Co , nro having
placed In their office some of the most
elegant counters ever teen In this city. The
improvement Is not only ono of conveni
ence but of beauty ,
Joseph Horn , of 616 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , make * the beet batter tubs
in the west and sells them at tbo lowest
cash prico. npr23-tf
John Harris , of Missouri Valley , Is
mentioned among ths democrats as liable
to necare the congre&tonal nomination
from their hands. The name ofY II.
M. Putoy , of this city , in also whispered
in the democratic camp.
Railroad tickets bought nnd sold
Dutbnell , five doors north of I'otttofilco.
Can rave money on the tickets.
A new line of rid'nj ? , driving and
drovers' whip * just received at Bockman'g.
Boy of him and save aonoy.
There is a prospect for a hundred-bird
shoot to take place soon between Dr. Harlo
and Mr. HofTmeycr , as representative * of
the two tportnmen'n clubs in this city. As
both are excellent shot * , such A match
would prove a decidedly interesting one.
The anniversary of Simpson Centen
ary college M Ihdlanolo , Iowa , will occur
June 10th to Juno 21st. Bishop Simpson
It to be present and will give the annual
sermon on Sunday the 18tb , and an ad-
drcas on the following Monday evening.
The annual mwtlns : of the alumn ! will been
on the following Tuesday evening.
The funeral services of Mrs. Bat-stow ,
wife of Dr. Buntow , and daughter of
Cspt. Knabo , were held yesterday after
noon at the Presbyterian church and were
largely attended , the deceased having
many friendi to thus join in paying re
spect to her memory and sympathy 1 the
relatives. Rev. Dr. Cloland officiated ,
and conducted a very tender and touching
Everything and everybody at Sea-
man's hook Morn nnd paper warehouse
seem on the boom , and preparations nro
being made to soon move into rnoro com
modious nnd convenient kcadiuiaiten' , Mr.
Benmtsn Laving lenied the ( tore now'uscd '
by Mr. Judson , No.105 Broadway. Ho
will occupy the entire building and will
take possession next month.
The now ordinance paused ly the
council regarding the measuring of wood ,
provides that the seller shall get a certifi
cate from the city wclghmaster na to the
amount ofu wood In the load , unless the
buyer agree&s to amount or to have It
corded up on deliver ) , and then if buyer
, nd seller cannot agree on amount tbo city
; wilgher li to be called on to measure it ,
. , mad fa to be allowed'extra foes. ' The lien-
f Bidtjj foV violation'Is 8tnd costs.
i ( j- r ere * f eenw ( to be a dliposltlon "to let
I Jitbe cbleftalnihlp' the fire department
r vacant for a time At
"leMt"nid ) ) to ict Fr ( t Aralitant Temple-
( tjHocpnpy.tlie position. iThe departunnt
"t v'e elected Wr. Gmnella , and asked the
council to confirm him , but the aldermen
mre reailng easy. It li understocnl that
the prHrnt council proposes to have uomo
a y in fire department nutters , and that
II an Attempt h made to force any action
which the aldermen do not favor , that on
ordinance already prepared will be sprung ,
changing the department into a paid ono
instead of semi-paid and ieml-volunteer.
Dr. 1'auhon'a large black Danlth
Lound had a lively tussle with wolves near
thedoctur'd firm Wedoeeday night , It
a ema that a pack of wohea hare bom
hanging around thcr for some time , and
on the night named they were howling
About BO close to the housoa that tt e other
tlr | ; on the neighbor's places iklppcd Into
the house * for theller. The doctor'o hound ,
who baa had a veral oonillcti before with
wolver , and vrho hates them bitterly ,
daahed Into their mldit , And had a hard
battle with three of them. lie nucoeoded
la driving the waive * off , but not b for
they had bitUn him severely in several
liUoei. The bound bled badly , and some
ntltcbes had to re taken to close up hli
gaping wounds. He Is pretty weak to-day
but will recover doubtlee , and will soon
join with bii comrade ID a wolf hunt which
the doctor la planning.
Mr , Wheeler , the engineer of the
Itetcue , yesteiday captured near the crtek
a regular Texas horned toad , of large nire ,
liorcu , tall nnd all , making it a rt tpecl.
men. It WA bottled and placed In Tern-
platen t Lau.o'a cigar ttore , where It at
tracted much attention , There li a natu
ral query as to whore tbt homed toad
came from , MI there are none found here ,
f-lt b * tated that ; icven yean ago ,
"Jjouif , the mt urant man , brought a lit.
He one btie from Texas , and after a while
One wa * ' * 'about two yean
at * *
creek. It Is now conjectured that this
rnufct be the mme horned toad , only it has
grown. Louie will have Rome difficulty
though In idejtltylng his property.
IONCERNINQ THE OITY.
Various Matters Command tbo At
tention of the Aldormon.
At the adjourned mooting of the
city council Wednesday night Aider
man Qouldon reported nn ordinance
raising the license of common carriers
to $25 n year , and raising also the li
cense of transient shown. Referred to
the city attorney.
Alderman Newell reported that the
committee had rented the Glebe gas
iiqht company's fixtures , BO that the
city would attend horoattcr to light-
ng them itself.
As chairman of the fire and police
committee ho also reported that ono of
the old Bluff Oity fire horses had been
lold for $125 , and that n now team
iad been purchased for § 150. The
iamo committee asked for further time
n regard to the selection of a chief
'or the flro department. Time was
The county supervisors reported
; hat the board wan willing to perform
the county 'apart of the levee contract.
The committee on the extension of
Washington avenue reported that the
avenue would coat $5,000vhilo liar-
nony street could have been extended
[ or $000 , and answered the same pur
pose , but as the work had boon pushed
10 far it would not bo expedient to
abandon it now.
The committee on extending Bluff
street reported in favor of the project ,
provided Mr. Turlpy and Mr. White
would donate the right of way. Other
wise the work should bo abandoned.
An ordinance vacating an alloy in
block 1C , Riddle's sub-division , as
naked for by J. M. Palmer and others ,
An ordinance was also passed de
fining the duties of city woighraaster
in the matter pf measuring wood and
fixing a penalty on parties selling wood
without first having it measured ,
An ordinance was submitted creat
ing the office of sidewalk commissioner
and defining his duties.
A aooaon of refreshment and rest
from the heat ' was then indulged in ,
of which the ch'ihf feature was the in
troduction of several measure ! ) of Inrn-
onado , which wore passed unanimously
down the thirsty throats of the alder
men.On resuming business the commit
tee on streets and alloys wore in
structed to advertise for bids for a
sidewalk , thirty-seven foot in length ,
in front of the old building south ot
Pierce street , at the intersection of
A petition for the abatement of
taxes for 1881 and 1882 on the driving
park was presented and allowed.
Alderman Newell and the mayor
were appointed a committee to con
fer with the boara of supervisors in re
gard to the bridge over Indian creek ,
on Union avenue.
The marshal was instructed to en
force the ordinance in reference to the
numbering of buildings.
The mayor , city engineer and chair
man of committee on streets and al
leys were appointed a committee on
The fire comudttoe , mayor and
city engineer were instructed to relo
cate fire hydrants where necessary.
W. D. SiodentalT , Newell and
Wood were appointed a committee to
secure ground near the court house
for the city maikot place.
The police committee brought up
the mutter of having improvements
made in the calaboose. Mayor Bow
man has been communicating with
other cities , and it was thought that
two or moro iron cells could bo put in
the yard in the roar of the city build
ing and surrounded by a bnok wall ,
the cells to bo portable , so that iti
case a now building was created the
culls could bo moved. Further time
was granted the committee.
Adjournment was taken until next
Monday evening. _
Bill Book , Memorandum book at
tached. Liberal reward offered for
return of same to this office , or Chica
go Lumber Oo.
WANTED. To buy 2,000 bushels
of White Corn.b Highest market price
paid. Hayno < CfOj , Broorq aotory ,
Council Dluffc. \ may27-tf
Borrs IB ODII.TY.
Tbo Twelve . Mon Tried and Tmo
The trial of Joe Bolts for assault
with intent to commit murder yester
day occupied the time and nt'cntion
of the district court. The testimony
showed that the notorious darkey ,
[ Jolts , who has already served in the
Nebraska penitentiary , joined with
ils white men , Murray and Dock-
stcdor , in u plan to rob Mr. Sludo-
jcck'o house in Keg Oroek township ,
they learning that ho had a largo
amount of money on hand. They
wont there , and masking themselves
entered the house , Btudobooker jump
ed out of i , window and ranwas chased
by Murray and Bottr , and brought
back to the house in the hope of fore-
ing him to tell where the money was.
They succeeded in getting a few dollars
lars only , but in tho-scufllo ono of the
party shot Studobockor , inflicting a
> round which came near proving fatal.
Holts denied that ho was the man who
fired the shot , though ho admitted ho
wag in the party. He claimed that
Murray was the ono who shot , and
neither Murray nor Dockatodor have
jeoa found yet by the officers ,
Tito c.ise was fully and ably argued
iy District Attorney Connor and Mr.
Daily for the defense , and was sub-
nitted to the jury yeatoriday after
noon , The twelve were out about an
lour and a quarter , and returned a
verdict finding him guilty aa charged ,
which is serious enough to send him
across the state. Ilia sentenced will
probably bo pronounced Monday.
1UBBONS J KIBBONS | !
Harknoss , Orcutt & Co. . have just
put on aalo over 2.300yarde pi Kib-
bom. This is a job lot and U being
old at Ices than one-half cost of im-
An Exciting Content at the
Etato Shooting Tour-
The Winner * of the Prize * .
8p cUl Cormpondtncfl of Tim Uxx.
CF.DAK RAT-IDS , Juno 7. The contest -
test to-day was for purse No. 3 , the
terms being ten sinclo rises from
ground trap ? , thirty rods rise , use of
tube barrels , English rules. The
purse consisted of $500 , the first prize
being $100 , the second $125 , the
third prize $100 , fourth $70 , and fifth
The following was the score and the
MJUADXO. 1 ,
Barbeo 4 , Scabcrgcr 9 , Lifingwell
e , Gage 8 , Gillilan 7 , limner 10 , Oil-
limnn 7 , Chamlxr 8 , S.iuor 8 , HIIIB-
dale 7 , Woodering 8 , Waddington 7.
fiQUAD NO. 2.
S. Hi Mnoro , 10 ; II. Taylor , 2 ;
Hammond , 4 ; McCrenry , 2 , Mounk ,
10 : Phelps , lOj Ellis , G ; E. J' . Phelps ,
8 ; Dyer , 9 ; O'Brien , 8 ; Peck , 0 ;
1'ubbs , 9.
KQUA1 > NO. 3.
Hastings , 8 ; Williams , Pj Brown , I ) ;
Dr. Nicholson , 9j Wheeler , 9j Kon-
valmko , G ; Lhidt ) , 9 ; lUwingun , 8 ;
Mincrt , 8 ; Hanson , 8 ; HofTmayer , ti ;
Mullio , 7.
KQUAI ) NO. 4.
Goodnow , 8 ; Cole , 8 ; C. H. Clark ,
0 : arifTuy , 8 ; 'Jate , lOj Brodh-yi 2 ;
Woito , 0 ; N. P. Hanson. 0 ; J. ( I.
Smith , 9 ; Thornton , 8 ; D. O'Brien , 7j
lorry , G. N
S. B. Anson 8 , N. J. Potter 8 , R.
Daw 7 , Sohramm 10 , 3. Randall 8 , L
Tate 0 , Durant 10 , Hewitt 7 , M. 0.
Brown G , Schmidt G , Riokman 7 , Rey
Bchmidt 9 , Hughes G , Campbell G ,
0. 0. Williams 10 , McGotchio 8 ,
Browne 7. Booth 0 , Cartwright C ,
Clark 8 , Woodruff ? , Fanhoad 8.
The following arc the scores of the
shooting off of tics , five birds each :
Uemir , Moore , Monk , Phelps , Tatr ,
Durant and U. C. Williams , five oaoh.
Monk , Tate , Durant , five oaoh.
These throe divided the first prizo.
TIES ON NIM5.
The shoot off of ties on nine resulted
as follows :
In the first shoot , Dyer , J. L Wil
liams , Dr. Nicholson , Winder , Budd ,
J. G. Schmidt and A. L. Schmidt
took five each.
On the second Dyer , Wheeler and
Budd ( cored five each
In the third the same three took
the full five each. '
The fourth shoot off resulted in
Budd dr < ppint ; out and left Wheeler
and Dyer to divide the second prizo.
TIES ON EIGHT.
In shooting this tie the first five
birds were killed by Woodring , E. P ,
Phelps , O'Brien , Hastings , Reynolds ,
In the second shoot off pll of these
but Hastings. Reynold and Fairtiead
got left , nnd this trio divided the
TIES ON UEVEy.
la this shoot off Gillilan , Oilman
ind Browne each killed five out of a
possible fivo. In the second shoot off
Browne won fourth piizo.
TIES ON BIX.
In shooting of this tin the first trial
dropped all but J , M. Terry , Hughes
Dtnd Oartwright. The second resulted
in Hughts and Cartwright dividing
the filth prizo.
Another lareo invoice. NEW PA
PER , HANGINGS juft received at
BlfiARD'S Wall Paper Store , 11 Pearl
street. SEK TUEH , THEY ARE IIBAU
J. B , Jncqueintn hna just returned from
Hon. Johu Y. Stone was In the city yea-
J , V , Hinchman and wife of Glenwood
were in the city yesterday. ,
Mr. Bias , of Dita & Co. , 1ms returned
from au extended trip through the west.
J. Wemberg , of Milwaukee , was in the
: Ity yesterday , stocking up dealers with
Missouri Valley was represented at the
3gden yesterday by M. Holhrook , F. O.
Carlisle , and Dick Holhrook ,
A , Alexander , the liveliest clothing man
if Ilia size running nut of Chieagj , wai
ooklng ufter the trade hero yesterday.
O. K. Silvcrthorn and Miss Flora K.
yaifi were among the representatives
: rom Crcstcn who were at the Ogdeu yoa-
Mr , llotchliisv , the happy landlord of
Lho llovero hound at Jefferson , and of
: ourso a con.tnnt reader of Tin : BBS , was
in the tlty yesterday.
T. Ii. lloyt , the oldest assessor in the
5o t end and a prominent rea'dent of Val.
ley township , is In the city atttndlnn to
Lmslnesa before the hoard of supervisor * .
lllchard Bollard , a prominent resident
rt Valley township , is in the pity on busi
ness hefure the board of supervisors. Mr ,
Italian ! has been amiing the unfortunates.
Ho lost his right arm iu a threshing ma-
shine four year * ago and the next year he
lost all the fingers but the fore one and
the thumb on the other arm. The wounda
iiave recovered , however , nnd Mr. Bollard ,
though sorely a filleted , asks no favor * of
inyone physically. _
Joseph DurjInlurRer , Broadway , Buf
falo , was induced by his brother to try
raojun' KLLCTHIO OIL for a Bjirnlned
uUle , and with half a dozen applications
lie was enuuled to ualk round again all
Some of tlio Offenders Who At
tracted the Attention of the follco.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. John
Snyder , whoso husband is in business
in Upper Broadway , was | ho vlqtiui
> flaa assault at'the hands of' Ohri
MachJen. According to'th
story , her baby was taken ill , and she
stepped to the door to call her hus
band , who was near by. Mnchien wns
passing at the time and was ugly
drunk , and for some reason unknown
to her , possibly bcchuso ho thought
she was saying something to him , he
attacked h r , niul swinging his tin
dinner bucket hit her a blow on the
head , which cut open the ecalp , and
caused the blood to flow freely. HH
was arrested and locked up , and the
chnrco registered againethim
ing Mrs. Snydcr's head. "
Mrs. Barrett and Mrc. Rosi had
some trouble yesterday , a iioighbor-
hood row , in which it is said a razor
was drawn and a rolling pin went fly
ing through the air. but no blood was
shed , nnd the parties hurried to Judge
Ayleaworth fur adjustment. Mrs It s
was found guilty uf nemilt nnd fined
and costs , amounting to $17 , nnd hav
ing a curiosity to see the inmdo of thti
jail was given n clinnco to gratify it to
that extent. Mr . Barrett is to have
her hearing Saturday.
There win a sort of a froo-for-all
fight at Lowers hotel about 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon , in which several
were concerned , three of whom were
arrested nnd locked up.
Ono drutik without fri/zes , was
brought before Judge Ayloaworthypn-
terday and assessed the finp of $0.80
asbecomcth "a first-elnss city. "
FrofltuTilo Patients ,
The most wonderful and marvelous
success in cnsca where persons are
sick or wasting awny from a condition
of mincrableiies ? , that no ono known
what mis them , ( profitable patients
for doctors , ) is obtained by the use of
Hop Bitters. They begin to euro
from the first dose nnd l.cop it up un
til perfect health and strength is re
stored. Whoever is efllicted in this
way need not suffer , when they can
et Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star.
SUBJECTS OF SUPERVISOR.
The Action of the County Supervi
The couuty board of supervisors
continued their session yesterday.
Horace Everett was allowed a credit
of $3 050 valuation on his assessment
for 1882 , in consideration of the num
ber of trees which ho had planted inNer
Nor walk township.
The road petitioned for by J. T.
Hupp and others was established.
The board concurred with the ci'y
council in the abatement of taxes on
the driving park.
E. Clayton was authorized to builu
a biidco across Jordan cruek on the
east and west reid instead tf on the
no th and pouth road 'hear the Hunt
farm in Center township.
An examination was made of the
county treasurcr'ii books and they
were found to ogrco'with those of the
auditor. A settlement was made up
to Juno 1.
The road petitioned for by Thomas
Triplett and others .in Hazel Dell
township was established.
The board will continue in session
"By asking too mi'ch we may lose
the little that we had before. " Kid
ney-Wort asks nothing but a fair
trial. Thin given , it fears no loss of
faith in its virtues. A lady writes
from Oregon : "For thirty years I
have been affected with kidney com
plaints. Two packages of Kidney-
Wort have done mo moro good than
all the medicines and doctors I have
ha d beforo. I believe it is a sure
Fast , brilliant and fashionable are
the Diamond Dye colors. Ono package -
ago colors 1 to 4 Ibs. of goods. Ton
cents for any c > lor.
GOUHCIL BLUFFS SPJECIAL
NOT1CK. Special advertisements , euc &g
Loot , Found , To Loan , Tor Sale , To Rent ,
WantiJ , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In thlf
column at the low ratoot TKN OHNTfJ PEP
LINE ( or the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PER LINE lor each subsequent Insertion
Lca\o oJv ertliementi at our office , No , 7
Pearl Street , near llrnatlvtav.
ANTKD Good ( ; lrl for Rentrol hpuncwork
Inqulro at Dte office. mayiotf
ANTED Everybody in Council Bluds Ic
to take Till 1J . 20 cents per week , do
llrerod by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street
To buy 100 toni broom corn
WANTED address Council Bluffi
Broom Kartorr. Council niuOa. low * .
For Sulo and Rent
-riOil KENT , Partof arxldcnco or will cell
J1 the while on uuy terow. Ennulre at HBH
otllce. jm Ct
KOK SALE-1 have on hand ono kiln
BHIOK gooJ brick as can bo had In the city ,
J' rtlci dtBrritf B gocd ttlclo lll find It 10
their * dvaiil KO to " " . " at inv ruldcnco. on
Lincoln a > ente , ormlJro B Ilobert Tlulile , liox
Oil , Council B liflt , Io a. junal-lin *
I.AUtt BAl.t. r'ro-h mlik iow. and oiHen at
Jj 8 au llro.'a jard ) , Uppoi llroadwty.
TT10U HAU5-T o new J'ytlcl.H atabargoln.
J } E H. btelnhl bcr , at new furniture Jactory
on Seventn u\tiiuu ( iiuit 10 C. & N. W , H K.
_ _ " uu > ) 'J3-lm )
RALK Sheet muslo worth" 85 nti to
FOU for 6 tint ! a iopy , and over 10,000
other useful articles , it HiUth A , E\erelt > Ureat
Kivo and Ten Cent Store , No. 110 Broinway ,
Council ll'udii. Irwa. niatiOtf
"TOO it HALE. E'ghty BCIO farm tartly cultl-
J ? > atcd , two mlU < ) ucbt of Omaha. Odell &
J ay. _ _ _ m 8 tf
lOll KKNj rart or whole of nice residence ,
. ' or ulll volt on easy tetn.n. pply at L'oa
TTAOlt SADBcaitiful rtbldcnce loU , (60
U tach : notUliiLilonn. . and SGDer-ronth only.
ONEV To loan at from 0 to 10 per u.-nt In-
M DAY. jo u
71XC tblOU UALLEUYnUanrtd and the
] li hot * t ; > lli rr In Council DktilT * . Grand new
no.ii > 3cry ncdicty 10 airho this week. Call and
see. 100 Main street.
ANYoHo hi > Inslo t'a red hcl'er with large
he I , can lu < n ol vtherulouti l > y u lllng at
the lilt ollloi. ] . .j (
Y"vll. W , I * 1'ATfON 1'rij nimii and Oculist.
\J Can euro any case oleorocjc" . H U only
n matter of time , anil can euro ircncrally In
Iroui tbree tc Hie uiuli-lt inaVtn iioiliOcr-
toco how long discard. Will btrajghtcn cr-ws
e > ci. operate and rcmo > e I'tjrfxlnnio , etc. , nd
In.ert artificial cyei , biioibl attention to re-
mo > e'rijr UJeH orins. qp5 tt
A hYUtiK WANUM1 on > e nne quality broom
Jcoru ced can pet It bv writing to
! > | pP. T. MAYNK Council Bluffi
MRS. J , P. BILLUPS ,
RESTAUBANT & EATIN& HOUSE ,
81 $ South Main Btrwl , Cooc
New hotuo u d ne ljr fltltj p'p InflritcUM
Ucili at all hour * . Ice crtam and Icmo-
ON tVERY DOLLAR
BY BUYIKO YOUR
Boston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main Bt , and 16 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TRY IT AND
Make Money ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. H , SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CIIKISTOPHEa , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. . Council Bluffo , In ,
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE TN
THE OtlY. LOOK AT THEIR
PRICES ON A FEW LINES.
lllb'FxtraC suarfor . 81 00
1011) SUmlaid A nugar . 1 CO
n Hi t.ramihtwl sugnr . . . 10 >
71bKo. 1 Hoastcd i locodcce . 1 10
71 > No 1 Green I locolto . 1 00
1 1 > 1 est tioastcil O l > Java coffco . SI
1 Ih Best Itoa-tcd lloihi . 30
1 It > Jilx.haf n\n end half Ulo . 'JO
ll.Can hi ptil riollcef . j . 25
Slncans rallfornliK-u ts . 25
ChoiceTablo i utt ricrlb ( . IB
Yor < bt.to Gallon / ) > ) > CH . . . 21
3 b Can cl ow Pe Uics . 20
OliCan lo Toadies . 21
2 Ib Ca Star Pcacli . . . . . . IB
3Hian > cry 'est Sweet < orn . H )
Best I rands print ; Wheat Hour per sack. . . 3 76
1 liKarsGlfletto op . 1 00
18 Ib Bars Kirk's hlto i.usshn boap . 100
' ' . . .
amsixrlb I ID
Ilojd's Pnnkfas' Bacon per Ib . 10
jclda Community ITU taper jar . 75
Gordon & Dili worth 3 l'r > erve ; ) . OS
And Everything Else
in Stock Prop optionally
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries Until You Have
Seen Us. Teims Cash.
F. J. OSBORNE & GO.
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Offlce and Works , Main Street ,
OOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
We glre special attentlori to
Stamp MiUsv Smelting Furnaces ,
' HOISTERS AND
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will lecelTa prompt attention. A general as
firaea Goods. Belting , Fining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Fig Iron , Ooko , Coal ,
OHAS , HENDBIE ,
Eubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pine , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth.Streets' . )
J. M. PALMEB ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl & 1st Ave. COUNCIL BLUFFa
& ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
nicb Cut Glnsd , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &a ,
810 IlttOiDWjLT. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IQVVA.
MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
882 gro d\rr , Council Bluff *
W. B. AUENT , JACOU 6IUB
AMENT & SIMS ,
Ittorneyg & CoeseUors-at-Law ,
OODKOtI BLUPPB , IMWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & GO.
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Cor. Eonrtli Street. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
IP I mean bociness and no blowing ,
Having recently contracted for 600
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for the sea
son , to bo sold at Bargains for Gash , and
on time Agents wanted. TJ
Oorrespondecce-Eolicited. \ S
G J. MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Willow Streets , Council Bluffs ,
Mirrors , Upholstery , Eepairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OITY. None but first-class Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Oar
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE DKALER8.\ IN -
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHIOAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL * ! ! STATlf AG E NT ,
Bas For Sale , Tonrn Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - COUNCIL BLTJFS
few Styles Just Received.
11 Pearl Street , Conn oil Bluff * , ,
C. A. BEKBK , W. KUNYAN , W. BEEBB
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers In
FURNITURE ANQ CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 * & 209'Bfoadway ; Council Bluffs , .
Mrs , J , B , letcalfe and -Miss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all kind * of fancy goo s , itich as Lace * , Embroideries , Ladle * ' Underwea
of all dcitrlptlona. Also linndVerchio's , both In eiik and linen , ho o o ! 11 Ktndi. thread , pint ,
needles , itc. . Wo hope the laalea will call and ecu our itock of goodi at 628 Broadway IK ( ore go
bg elsewhere. ,
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of AU Kind * . A Fall Ltua of Canvo , Felti , Embroidery , Knitting
Sllln and Stain-loci Qoodi. 11 lea Amortnont of A mil no Picture *
Z. JLINDSEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY.gGOUNGIL . BLUFFS
And W1STSIIJ ! SQUARS CLARlNrA IOWA.
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