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G THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA SATURDAY , JOISTS 10 , 1882.
The Daily Bee.
Saturday Morning June 10 ,
BUDSOniPTION RATES !
By Carrier , - - - - - SOe _ ntiip rweeV ,
By Mall , (10.00 per Year ,
Office : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
0. E. MAYNE , Utnifrer City Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
Go to Uerzman for bargains ,
Cotton waste for wiping at Dlxby &
Go to Herman's for big bargains.
Shcrraden makes photographs.
A large assortment of baby caps nt
See these elegant tiirklsli lap robci at
Shcrradcn is the boss photographer.
Herzman Is bound to close out.
Frames chcnper than at any other
place , NorUmip & Andrews.
' Sleek horsoa and clean buggies" Is
what we notice at Holland ft Miller' * .
Joseph Keller uialcoa sulta In the lat
est BtylcH at 310 Broadway.
The district court has adjourned until
next Tuesday , and the jury discharged ,
Don't forget to call at the new ice
cream parlors of Mrs. J. A. Gray , over
Henry Warren has n tabacco box
wblch was once owned by Bhck Hawk.
llatlrond tickets bought nnd Bold
Bmhnell , live doors north of rostoflice.
Can pnvo money on the tickets ,
A new Hno of ridinjr , driving and
drovers' whips just received at Bookman's.
Buy of him and save money.
E. P. DeLong was yesterday fined $ " >
And coats for assaulting John Green.
The outgoing train cast this afternoon
ia over tire 0. , B. & Q. railway.
In tbo case of Abrama vs. Bratton ,
tried in the district court yesterday , the
jury returned a verdict for defendant.
Joseph HOPS , of 015 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , make * the best butter tubs
In the west and sells them at the lowest
Thomas Deurwlstor waa before Justice
tico Fralnoy yesterday charged with BH
uaultlng John Stoker , and also for carry
inj ? concealed weapons , The cases will be
heard next Tuesday.
There will bo a union meeting of the
Baptist , Methodist , Congregational and
Presbyterian churches at the opera house
to-morrow evening , in the interests of the
prohibitory movement ,
Justice Abbott yesterday decided the
glandercd horse case in favor of the Mar
tins , dlscharKlngthem as there was no
positive proof thafc they knew that the
horse in question was slandered.
The cases of Varloloid are getting
along nicely. The're is but ono now In th <
"hourital tent , and she wlllboablo to bo ou
next week , probably. Those which on
quarantined in the city are all improving
- The county board of supervisors yes
terday vltittd the Omaha jail to get ,
if possible , womo Ideas as to what sort of a
jail shall be built here. The rest of the
day was taken up in auditing of bills and
in tax matters.
Dr. ilutchins , of Dos Moines , former .
ly professor of the state agricultural college
lego , will lecture on the prohibition ques .
tlon at Dohany'a hall next Tuesday even .
ing. Tbo doctor Is n brilliant speaker , am
should bo greeted with a full houso.
At the Baptist church to-morrow the
pastor will preach. A new organ is placet
in the church , which will bo used to-raor
row for the first time. It is also proposei !
to soon fresco the walls of the church , will
which improvement the auditorium wil
1 > e made ono of the most attractive In th
Mr. Mottaz , the poll tax collector
says that next week ho will again jog th
memory of the delinquents'by having a
number of new suits brought In the nu
perlor court. When judgments are HOCUW
they are fcr double the amount of the tax
nnd the ooats added , and , ai hardly the
ahirt on a man' * back Is exempt , it be
hooves a body to settle promptly.
The Standatd charges that" uunk r
man's beer garden advertises concerts on
Sunday , and tbo brewery wagon openly
runs to and fro carrying five or six keg
of beer there t a time on Sunday , ant
policemen itand there and witness the
whole thing. " The editor of tbo Btandan
should file his complaint before Judge
Aylesworth and haye the Sunday law en
tv forced In this ca e ,
O. J. Longycar is in the city , repre
seating the publishing bous of O. L , Ba * >
kin le Co. , Chicago , and making arrange
tuents for the publishing of a history ol
Pottawattamie county. The house hat
lias publitbed some excellent histories ol
other counties , and the geotleueu who
will probably be secured to collect the
material for the history proposed are such
a will Aieure a carefully prepared o
A DEE rqpres'ntatiiw taking in Main
strf et toxiay , was attracted by the etegaiv
display of Up robes , 'herse nets , whips
fancy harness , trimmings , Ac. , in the windows
dews of W. W. Bberina * . Stepping in
aide we were aitonlshed io see the im
mensa stock Mr. Bherma * . Is carrying
Harness of all descriptions. Saddle * for
gentlemen , saddles for ladioo , saddles to
children , and In fact fcireverybody. Aw
talking of whips there Is one of the due *
assortment every brought to this city
-Then there are nets In eoriless variety be
upeaking comfort for the btoedj during
the summer months. Of horw cover
and blankets there U also a great variety
And the line of lap robes exceeds in Quant
ity and of quality any yet uhovrn by Mr
Sherman , some of them being really ule
gant. lie inakea a specialty of lurf ( 'ondi )
and ever keeping hi * eyes open for tin
latest novelty and boot appliance , hit utore
lias beoojre the headquarters for horsemen
iu need of such article * .
WANTED. To buy 2,000 bushpla
x > f Wbi to Corn. Highest market price
id , Blayne & Co. , Broom Factory ,
Jounoil BlufTa , may27-tf
POKER AND PISTOL ,
The Implements of War Employed
by Two Mon at' tlia
The Watchman Eicka and
Pounds an "Innocent" from
New York ,
The Itnttor Palls Hi * Gtm nnd
Blneo * A way at Short Rnngo.
Both Seriously If Not Fatally Injured.
A fracas occurred nt the transfer
early lact evening between night
iVatchman Styles nnd nn emigrant
mssongor named Charles Van Mason ,
Styles received n severe bullet wound
and Van Mason nome cuts on the head.
It appears from the statement of
vitncseca , who.nro being hold hero for
examination , that Van Mason
was looking after some baggage
t the Emigrant house nnd
quarrel arose about it. Styles
ticked him out and Van Mason in
, urn knocked Styles down. The
'onnor then started for the depot and
, ho oflicur , grabbing a largo iron
> oker , started after Van Mason. As
io ran ho cried out to another officer
, o stop Styles , but the latter overtook
lim and hit him two or three times
on the head , and then Van Mason
pulled hia revolver and shot
wico , ono ball jusb graz
ing Styles' thumb , the other
entering his body and passing nearly
through the nbdomon. Van Mason
was a ? once arrested and taken to the
police station. lie waa found to bo
10 badly injured about the head as to
bo unfit to bo put in jail , and ho was
taken to the Pacific house and given
surgical attendance and kept there
under guard. Dr. Macrao attended
Styles and found that the ball had
probably passed around the walls of
the abdominal cavity and was lodged
near the surface on the right side , BO
that there are chances for his recovery.
Styles was taken by a apodal tram
to Omaha , whore his homo is. Vim
Mason is a carpenter and has a wife
and child in Now York. Ho waa on
route for Norfolk , Nob. , expecting to
settle on land near there. Ho has
secured Mr. Daily as his attorney ,
and five transients who witnessed the
affair are hold hero for the examina
RECEIVED THEIR SENTENCE.
J. Betts Gota Flvo Years In the Peni
tentiary And. Jaclc Shields
Six Months in Jail.
Yesterday the notorious negro , Joe
Betts , concerned in the Keg Greek as
Bault and robbery , was sentenced to
five years in the penitentiary.
Jack Shields , found guilty of as
saulting Mr. Jennings , was nontoncec
to six months in jail.
STYLISH LADIES all go to Bliss
for nice Millinery and Neckwear.
LET THERE BE I.IQHT.
This Olty's Residents are Doing Tholr
Best to Obey the Command.
In the building improvements now
in progress hero there is ono feature
which is noticeable , and that is the
special attention being paid to the
moans of lighting the homos. There
scorns to have arisen a passion for elegant
gant gts fixtures , which are now boiiif ,
recognized as ornamental as well as
eluding that money cannot bo bettor
invested , Mr. Wallace has made this
a loading feature , in his elegant now
residence , the gas fixtures being so
rich in finish and unique in design as
ozcito much admiration and praiso.
Ex-Mayor Lawrence , Mr. Tulloys ,
Buchtle and many others also put it
elegant fixtures. In all those case ;
the wall-known firm of Bixby & Wood
hare furnished the fixtures and pul
them in place. Their stock is ono
which it IB a pleasure to look at.
Everything is ot the latest style , in
stead of the ponderous heavy ones ol
years gone by , Bettor than all else
these men are practical and under
stand every detail of any work in
their line ,
RIBBONS ! RIBBONS I 1
Darkness , Orcutt & Co. , have jusl
put on sale over 2,300 yards of Rib
bans. This is a job lot and is beinj.
sold at leas than ono-half cost of im-
FINDS AND FINES-
These Who Received Attention at
Judge Aylosworth'a Huuda
In the Buporior court yesterday
Chris Machlelti appeared to answer
the charge of hitting Mrs. John Snyder
dor over the head with a tin dinner
bucket , by which the woman received
a severe scalp wound. The ovidonoo
bowed that as the prisoner was going
bjr the store on upper Broadway , Sny.
dor called him a loafer and dunned
hint for a bill , Ho struck Machloin
in the breast and then Blurted for the
utore , followed by Machloin , who tried
to hit him back as a awoot revenge ,
AB Buydor jumped into the store his
wife sprang between thorn and aho re-
cnived on the head the blow intended
for her husband. The accused denied
that bo intended to hit her at all , but
admitted that ho was after her hus
band. The court discharged him and
intimated that Snyder being the ono
who started tho. row and made the
original assault ho should have boon
the ouo arrested.
The row at Lower's hotel was ad
justed yesterday also. It appears
that several railroad boys got on a
spree and entering the bar at the
hotel , took possession , drawing their
own beer , helping themselves iu
cigar * , and having a good time gen
erally AS they thought , but not task-
Ing so good a time for others. They
had two or three fightr , in which out
siders received the black eyes. The
police arrested four , they being George
Dfttifiold , J. 0. Flinn , John Jones and
William Rc d. They appeared in
court yesterday , Carifiuld and Jones
admitted that they had boon a little
rough in action and loud in voice , but
it wasbocauso of drink , as they meant
no harm. They wore fined 810 and
costs each , and freely promised to
settle the damages at the hotel bo
sides. The other two claimed to have
soon trying to preserve order and
nako peace , and there boinu no con-
rary evidence presented they were
Another larco invoice. NEW PA
PER . HANGINGS ju t received at
BHAUD'S Wall Pnptr Store , 11 Pearl
street. SKB TIIKM , THEY AUB IIEAU-
1 * . Wicks , of Jtfxrlan , was in the city
II. 8. McKwen , of Shelby , wns among
ho visitors to Council BlufFa ycatcnlny.
Alderman OoulJen IIM started for the
west , expecting to bo absent about two
weeks , looking nftcrstock Interests.
Will Oliver , Arthur Kyckmannml John
John have returned from the .State
SpnrUinen'ii tournnmnt'at Cedar Kepids.
Judge Heed has returned from l > es
lolno" , nnd .Tudtro Lewis , who has been
ittlng In hii place thh week , returned
eaterdiy afternoon tra Sioux City."f
Dr. Archibald , of Olcnwood , and Andy
ractnon ! start to-morrow for a visit to the
atter'n big runcho in AVyommg , where
hey expect to have a season of recreation
and outdoor sport.
The most wonderful and marvelous
success in cases whore persons are
sick or wasting away from a condition
of misorablcnos ? , that no ono knows
what ails them , ( profitable patients
For doctors , ) is obtained by the use of
Hop Bitters. They begin to euro
From the first dose and keep it up unt
til perfect health and strength is re-
stored. Whoever is ufllictod in this
way need not sufler , when they can
get Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star.
WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER ?
Find Out and Tack it on Your House
Sometime ago the council passed an
ordinance requiring the numbering of
all buildings in the city , and provid
ing that the city engineer shall notify
the owner , occupant or agent of each
house , the number of that house , and
that after ton days notice any ono
failing to place io place the number
on the house as directed , shall bo lia
ble to a fine of $5 , and the city shall
place the number in position. Tliia
ordinance has boon allowed to rest
dormant , except that the city engi
neer sometime ago gave the notice of
the numbers. Three months have
gene by , and many would have for
gotten that there was such an ordi
nance had not THE BEE recently called
attention to it , oited portions of it
and pointed out the advantages which
would come from its enforcement.
At the recent mooting of the coun
cil a resolution was passed instructing
the city marshal to enforce this ordi
nance , and ho h&s started put to do so.
The citizens shall not require anything
more than to have their attention
called to the matter to secure their
speedy co-operation in having the im
provement carried into practical
effect , but if anything beyond this is
necessary , then the authorities pro
pose to use it' to force compliance
Ono of the great reasons why this
should bo attended to at once , is that
on the first of July it is expected that
a frpo delivery of mail by carriers will
begin , and this cannot bo successfully
worked unless this numbering * ia
promptly and carefully attended to.
FRENCH PERFUMERY AT
FiXING THE SIDE-WALKS-
The Edict Gooa Forth That Citizen's
Foot Uhall Have a Show.
Thcro are a largo number of side
walks in the city which need repair
ing , and many are beyond the roach
of repairs , and need to bo replaced
with now ones. At the last mooting
of the council the marshal was in
atructod to notify property owners on
Avenue 0 , between Ninth and Tenth
streets to put their sidewalks in good
condition , either by building now
ones or repairing old ones. The aamo
order waa issued in regard to the east
side of Benton street , between liar- ,
mony and Green streets , also in regard -
gard | to both sides of Fifth avenue to
the Northwestern railway track.
The council has decided that when
these notices are not complied with
that sidewalks shall bu built by the
city in conformity with law , and at
the cost of propoity owners. In case
of such failure the city will therefore
raise the sidewalk to permanent grade ,
and lay brick walks , and the whole
expense will bo charged up against the
property. In view of this it is econ
omy for a person to hood the notice
Joseph Purrinlurcer , Broadway , Buf
falo , was Induced by hia brother tu try
THOMAS' KLIXTUIO OIL for n ejiraiued
aukle , and with half a dozen applications
he was enabled to walk round again all
CAPTURING A CONVENTION.
How In Tholr Hasta the Anderson
Mon Forgot to Ballot Tor Dele -
Correspondence of The Bee ,
GLKNWOOP , Iowa , Juno 8. The
republican convention was hold hero
to-day for the purposoof electing del
ogatea to the congressional and state ac
conventions , The actions of the con
vention were prearranged , but required a
quired desperate generalship under
HID guise of awkward blundering , to
irrjr out successfully and without dis
cord ( lie preconcoctod schemes of the
groom * of A , R. Anderson and their
allies , the friends of his "to bo" sue-
ceasor on the railroad commission.
The convention adjourned withou
really electing delegates to cither con
vention , as the following record of the
action had will show.
After an organizUion hnd been
loo-oly formed and Jlon. L.W.Tubbs ,
of Emerson , chosen chairman , a mo
lion was made to appoint a committee
ol five to report names to bo ballottec
for as delegates to the congressional
and state conventions. An objection
was raised by an honest farmer , who
protested against this pernicious sys
tem of forcing upon a convention del
egated nimod by few fine manipula
tors , an ho know from past experience
that this little game , while it hardly
ever failed in its purposes , was not nt
all satisfactory to many republicans ,
particularly formers , who were not
versed in the business of political
wire-pulling. ; A number of like pro
tests were entered and a molioiMnado
tea amend by having the convention m
a body make the nominations. This
amendment waa put , and after sev
eral speeches wore made by the faith-
cfu : and trained politicians , warn
ing their brethren of less ox-
icrlonco against the danger of
the republican party ot this
counly at this critical time aban
doning a time honored precedent of
the party , the ntnond niont was put
and lost , then the original motion was
atP,1 [ ut. The "ayo" vote was heard , and
iho chair proceeded to appoint the
committee , but was interrupted by a
delegate who insisted on having a
negative , . voto. The chair suggested
that ho did not think it was any dif-
ioronco as the convention was all one
sided . any way , and went on with his
appointments. In duo time the com
mittee reported the names to bo. bal
loted on as delegates and on motion
the report of the committee was re
ceived , this vote being had in the
same manner as the other , the _ nays
san being called for by the chair. A
delegate , however , insisted that he
would not submit to this mode of
doing , business , and the chair called
out . all opposed to the motion say no ,
to which a number responded by voting
ing j no. The chair ruled that the re
port , of the committee was by the vote
accepted. Now comes Hon. Wil
liam Halo with a resolu
tion instructing the delegates
elected by this convention to vote
and use all honorable means to nominate
inato A. R. Anderson for member of
congrcta from this district , and moved
od that said resolution bo adopted.
The motion was put on the part of
the affirmation , and before the chair
had time to decide , before putting the
negative ho was headed off by a mem
ber hallowing ; "No , " -'No , " "No , "
and calling for a division of the houso.
The chair then called for all who fav
ored the motion to rise , stand , and bo
counted , they did so , sumo voting for ,
and some against the motion , and
others refusing to vote , having already
became disgusted with the unblush
ing "bossism" exhibited , A motion
was now made to adjourn , which mo
tion carried , it was now suggested to
the chair that the convention had
not yet balloted on delegates , to
which ho responded ; "Oh , Its no
difference ; its understood ; its all the
The facts of the matter are , the
convention adjourned without having
ballottod for a single delegate to either
convention. A. R. Anderson and his
henchmen may control sufficient of
the conventions in this district in this
way to got the the nomination , but
when wo come to cast our ballots each
man for himself and without any
bosses to handle us , wo may make
things count to hia and the bosses'
sorrow. Things sometimes got too
thick to bo palatable. Yours ,
' 'FAITI PLAY. "
We cannot holii noticing the liberal offar
mtulo to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
King's New Discovery for t oiiMimption ,
You tira requested to call at O. F Good-
IHIID'H Drug Store , and prt a Trial Bnttl
free of cost , if you are Buffering with Con-
HUinptlon , Severe Coughs , Coldi , Asthma ,
Bronchitis , Hay Fever , Loss of Voice ,
Ilonrseness , nr any affection of the Throat
or LungB. It will positively cure you.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisement * , > uc as
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Bale , To Rent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In thli
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS PGD
LINE ( or the first Insertion and FIVE CENTS
FEU LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion.
Leave adv citteemcnts at our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
ANTED Good girl ( or general liounework
Inquire fttlltoomco. maylOU
\T7 ANTED Everybody In Council Blufla lo
YV t ° take TUB Uii , 20 cents per 'week , de
llvered by carriers. Office , No 7 I'earl Street
WANTED To 'buy 100 tons broom corn.
For particular * address Council BluOi
llrnom Factory , Council Blunt. Iowa.
For Sale and Bent
FOK VKNIWartof n rcbldenco , or will edl
tlio uliclo on rasy terms. Enquire at HKK
olllco. J - Ut
B1UUK roil SALE-1 have on hand ono kiln
ol an good brick as can bo had In the city.
Parties iks'.riiK ' a ° cd irtlvle will find It to
tuclr advantage to call at my mlclcnco , on
Lincoln atenuo , oriddrotR Hobcrt llndale , llox
Dll , Council lIlmlK.Icma. junoMuT
lilOH MALE Two new t'yclctis at a bargain.
JJ E. 11. btclnhllber , at new furniture factory
on Sotcutb avuiuo , next io C. & N. W. U. U.
_ m y23-lm1
FOK HALK-Shect muslo worth Si cents to
91.00 lor 6 unU a iciiy. and over 10,000
other useful article * , atHinith & Everett's Great
Flvo and Ten-Cent Store , No. HO Kroiriway ,
Council Bluffs. Iowa. tna0tf
T OK 8ALK.-EIlity. | cre ( arm partly cultl.
XMateJ , twomlleu west ol Omaha. Udell &
I10H UENl-l'art or whole of nice residence ,
or will sell on easy terms. 4piily at I'co
77011 * BALE Ilca'Uiful residence lots , $60
L each ; nothing down , and $3pern < onth only ,
uy hX-MAYOK VAUU1IAN.
LOST.-A Water Spaniel i > ui > ab ut three
months old , Finder will be liberally rc-
rJed. TI1EO. BltAUN ,
JelO-21 * Cor , 10th St. and ith Avtnuu.
M'ONKYTo ' Iran at from 0 to 10 ( > er cont. In
by OUKLL & DAY. jtf j
I71XOBLSIOII UALLEItYelllUhdid. and the
U lcs ifillerK In Council 1)1 ) ufU Qrand new
uory tcrncry lo arrive this week. Call and
tee. 100 Main street.
. W. L. '
Dll. I'ATTON-Fpyriclan and Oculist.
Can euro any cue of oroce . It Is only
matter ol time , and can euro generally In
iroui tbrej tc n\o eoU-H maVcs no difference -
once how long diseased. Will straighten cross
eye * , omrata and remote rtyrrelnau , ttc. , and
Insert artlttclal ejcs. Bi > cclal attention to re
mot clng ttuleu orm . ap5-U
AN YONK WANTING gonietm * quality broom
corn 8txxlcan . . trot It br writing to
j ( UAYJJIJ councllBluB
ON EVERY DOLLAR
BV I1UY1NO YOUR
Boston Tea1 Co's ' Store ,
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
BW EM ?
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. n. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WH. CIlRISTOPIIEa , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. , Council Bluffs , Ia.
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN
THE CITY. LOOK AT THEIR
PRICES ON A FEW LINES.
HlbFxtraC su arfor $1 00
10 Hi Standanl/A supxr , 1 00
H Hi ( iranuUtcd guitar 100
7II ) No. 1 Koostcil HiocoITcce 1 CO
71 ! > .No 1 Green hlocolco 1 00
1 Ih L'cst HoaitcJ O O. Java coflcc 33
111) Best Hoaxed Mochi 30
llbillx , ha'f ' Java nnd half Rio 25
lib Can ( h ! pod Uriel liecf 25
3 U > cans California Fiu ts 25
Choice Table imUtrvcrlb 15
York Stito Callon A pp'ca 30
a Ih Can } cl ow 1'oclics 20
Hi Can Flo reaches 25
21b Can Star Pcaclus 15
, 3 Ih Can very test Sweet Corn 20
Beat brands Spring Wheat Flour per sack. . . 3 70
19 Ih liars Glllctts i-rnp 1 00
18 ll > Ban Kirk's White Russian Soup 1 00
Ioy < l's llnins txr 11) 16
Bond's Rrcakfast Bacon per Ib 10
oielda Community Fruits per Jar i. . 76
Gordon & Dlllworth'e Preserves ( IS
And Everything Else
in Stock Proportionally
Cheap. Don't Buy An ?
Groceries Until You Have
Seen Us. Terms Cash.J
P , J , OSBORNE & 00 ,
ENGINES E , BOILERS , MINING
Office and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
cS Wo giro epcdal attention to
Stamp S Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
HOUSE FRONTS. o
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Goal ,
OHAS. HENDKIE ,
Kubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pine , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMEE ,
AND LOAN AQBNT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pearl A let Ave , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURT3R & OBAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Olass , Fine Pronch China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
310 BROtnwAT. COUNCIL 11LUFF8 , IOWA ,
MRS , fl. J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadway , Council Bluff * .
W. 8 , AJJENT , JACOB BIIIB
AMENT & Sir/IS ,
Attorneys & OonnBellora-at-Lnw ,
CODUOIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & GO. ,
AFD CARPET HOUSE.
Broadway , Cor , Fourth. Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
JTIJTTT'OT T "DTP
I mean bbsiness and no blowing.
Having recently contiaoted for 600
Oigans and over 200 Pianos for the sea
son , .to ba sold at Bargains for Gash , and
on tune Agents wanted.
Correspondence solicited ,
o J. MUELLER ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and fillow Streets , Counca Bluffs.
Mirrors. Upholstery , Eepairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Blufl'a , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bakera
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delirorcd to any part of the city. Our
WugonS run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
METCALF BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE DEALERS . . IN -
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
OHIOAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ol Weil Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - CPU VOILi BLUFS
WALL SHADES ,
ew Just Received.
11 Pearl Street , Council Bluffs. 9'
C. A. BEEBE. W. HUNYAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and Itctall Dealers In '
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Mrs. J , E. letcalfe and Iiss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , such a Lacci , Embroideries , Ladjos'Underwea ,
( all descriptions. Also Handkerchiefs , both In ellk and linen , hose ol all Kinds thread , pin * ,
needles , < tc. . Wo hope tbo laalee will call and see our stock of goods at CSa Broadway btforo go
log elsewhere. : .
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , CERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Kinds. A. Fall lilno of Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
Slllin and Stamped Good * Mice Amiortnunt of A tnli on Pictures
Z. .T.jLINDSEY . & CO. ,
412 BROADWAYCOUNCIL , [ BLUFFS
Anfl WESISIDS SQUABE CLARINrA IOWA ,
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