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6 THE DAILY BEE : COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA MONDAY , JUNE 12 , 1882 ,
> i - i The Daily Bee.
Monday Morning1 June 12.
sunscnirrioN KATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - SOccntaptr week.
- - - - - - - 10.00 per Year.
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
0. E. MAYNK , VMMITCT City Circulation.
H. W. T1LTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
Go to Hcrzman for bargains.
Sherraden tnalccs photographs. .
The dlstrht court meet again to-mor
Go to Herzman's before buying.
Uexlcan Bca grass Imnmocks nt Sea
The county board of supervisors ad
journed Saturday after being In session all
Everything cheap at Herrwan's.
A largo assortment of baby caps at
Sherraden is the boss photographer.
In Saturday's game between the
Council Bluffs nine and Glenwood nine ,
the former won by 16 to 9.
Hcrzinnn Is bound to close out.
Joseph Relor ! makes autts In the Int
ent styles at 310 Broadway.
A new line of riding , driving and
drovers' whips just received at Bcckman's.
Buy of him nnd save money.
A jail break in reported at Glenwood ,
and the officers here are on the look out
fur the two who arc wanted.
Railroad tickets Louizht and Hold
Buthncll , five doors north of 1'ontofilco.
Can tave money on the tickets.
Don't forget to cill at the new ice
cream parlors of Mrs. J. A. Gray , over
S. ll.t Foster hooked legitimately
though a fine string of fish In Mynstor
Inko the other day.
Joseph Ross , of 015 Upper Broadway ,
Council Blutfs , makes the bojt butter tubs
in the west , and sells them at the lowest
cash price ,
A horse belonging to Mr. Bray , the
liveryman , was killed by lightning while
in paituro north of the city Friday night
B. M. Smith , whoso hotel was re.
cently turned , ban leased a large house in
the west part of the city and will Tit it up
for keeping boarders.
The case of Mrs. Barrett , the partici
pant in the ncighboily row , In which Mrs ,
HOBS wixs also concemed , is to have a
hearing before Judge Aylcs worth next
The Harrison county News nays that
it is reported at Lo nn that Major Ander
son furnished passes for many of the per
sons who were in attendance at the inform
al caucus held on. the 2d Inst.
Mr. Columbine , whoso artistic skill as
a portrait painter is known to many of
our citizens , has just completed an do-
gnnt portrait of Longfellow , which Is cer
tainly a moro than ordinary piece of work.
Mr. and Mrs. Lentzlnger , living on
Broidway , have been bereaved by the
death of their young son Anton , who died
Saturday afternoon of lung fever. The
* f funeral services wore held yesterday after
It it announced that Gov. St. John In
ftttf * ° 8Iolk On P Prohibition question ut
" Dulmny'a next Sunday evening , and that
Miss Francis Wlllard will speak here soon
after that date. The name and fame of
each will draw crowds to hear them.
Marshal Mitchell , of Lo an , was here
the other day posting ; up on police mat-
torp , and during his stay some ono entered
bis house , but was discovered before ho
could secure any plunder. The thlof
frightened a young lady visiting at the
house , into a faint , and made good his es
The members of the Presbyterian
church ore to moot this evening to take
Into consideration the resignation of their
pastor , Hov , Dr. Oleland. It is deUrcd
that every member be present that a full
and free dUouislon of the matter may be
A quiet wedding occurred at the Re
vere house Saturday ove&lng , the con
tracting parties being William Ira Walter ,
a teacher at T.ivmg Springs , and Miss
Mary Walter , of Pittsburg. Pa. , who has
been visiting her brother , who lives at
. The decision of the Harrison county
court in the case of Beaten vs. Seaton has
been reversed in the supreme court. The
attorneys , Atnent It Sims , In the lower
court , tried'o get the ao'.s of the aduilnls-
stratcr set atlde , but the court dismissed
the action. The decision of the supreme
court gives their client about 1,800 acres
of land ,
Henry Warren , the deputy clerk of
the courts , has in his possession A tobacco-
box which formerly belonged to Black
Hawk. The box consists of a shell with
solid silver mounting * nnd coyer. It was
among the presents which BUck Hawk
received when he was taken to Washing
ton years ago , and the old chleftan gave It
to a grandfather of Mr. Warren , and It
has thus been handed down. It is still In
good condition ,
Anew lodne of railway conductors
has been organized In Wisconsin to be
known M the "U. L. Thurber Lodge No ,
03 , Iowa and Minnesota division of the O ,
M. & St. P , , orJer of railway conductors. "
This title U ( riven a sanother tribute to the
mem iry of Conductor Thurber , who not
only bed many Mends here but no lees a
number in Wisconsin , where ho was for
years in railway business , and for ten
years was conductor between Prairie du
Chlen nnd Chicago.
Mr. Peate , the engineer , secured a few
days ago , the services of Mr , Barke" , the
photographer , to take some views of the
government work being done In improv
ing the river , Some very interesting
views were taken near Florence , and one
of them is remarkable , as the profile of
one rock stands forth so like a human face
as to be almost startling , the features be
ing very closely those of an old man with
a hat on , These views are to be forwarded
to Washington , and made a part of the re
port , and they surely are so exrellentshotr-
tugs of photographic art as to bear com
parison with Any lo be found with any
similar reports. The views wcro taken by
the Instantaneous gelatine process , which
Mr. Barke was the first to introduce here ,
and wh'ch has given him much credit. Jte
uses this process In his gallery -work also ,
and has lately put in some tcry FIDO accessories
series In the way of Ret pieces , by which
ho can make eight different combinations ,
representing balcony , verandah , and other
On Saturday Juntlcc Abbott tied the
knot which made Frank Ells and Julia
M. Balrd husband nnd wife. Both par
ties wore from Atchlson , KM , , nnd their
Intention WAS to get married there. They
had procured their railway tickets for
Omaha , nnd then trial to find the county
judge to get a licence. They were unable
to get one In time nnd so took their wel
ding trip and had the ceremony performed
hero , reversing the usual order.
WANTED. Tobuy 2,000 buahpls
of Wliito Corn. Highest market price
paid. Mayno & Co. , Broom Factory ,
Council Dlufla. rnaj27-tf
A Model Livery Stable.
Yesterday in his wanderings a BF.K
reporter dropped into a Main street
livery stable nnd was saluted with a
friendly greeting from its proprietors ,
Messrs. Holland & Miller. For years
ono of the pressing wants of that sec
tion of the city has boon a first-class
livery stable and this want has been
finally supplied by these gentlemen.
They have erected a now building for
thor business , affording ample carriage
room and stabling for about thirty
horses , The livery department has
been enlarged and great improve
ments made in the class of stock , now
buggies and harness procured. The
use of ponies in the businoes has been
discarded and a stable full of nice
sized horses and good roadsters sub
stituted in their stead. The stable is
well supplied with elegant and easy
riding single and double buggies , nnd
the harness are all now. Two good
hostlers are , connlnntly employed in
the barn , and diiy or night are ready
to wait on patrons in n gentlemanly
manner and attend to their wants
In addition to the livery depart
ment Messrs. Holland & Miller con
duct a sale nnd feed stable. They
have a neat and comfortable barn
where horses will bo well taken care
of and will bo protected from the rain
and sun and got an honest food nt n
reasonable prico. They will bo pleased
to meet customers at their barn on
Lower Main street at any tiino and
will uivo them every accommodation
in their line and charge only a reason
able rate. The best of attention will
nt all times bo given boarding stock ,
and , parties owning "flyers" can have
thorn taken such care of as will in
sure their always being in good condi
tion , while family animals will receive
the best attention.
WAYS OFTHE , WICKED
A Lively Tlmo With a Discharged
Employe of the Ogden House-
Other Dolnga of Interest
to the Police.
For about three weeks past there
has boon a young man employed nt
the Ogden House by the name of
Scott , who came hero from Denver ,
where it is said ho'had ' a lively row , in
which ho cracked ono policeman's
skull , and broke the arm of another.
The follow was discharged Saturday
from the employ of the Ogden House ,
and yet insisted on hanging' about
there , so yesterday an oflicor was sect
for to take him away. Officer Morse
on going to the house found Scott in
bed , and on rousing him up told him
to leave , Ho showed fight , nnd when
the oflicor got his man in the roar of
the hotel there was a regular sot to.
Officer Morap tumbled into a hole
while in the struggle , but rallied and
thumped the young man's head , and
succeeded in starting for the station ,
when Chief Field came to the front
and assisted. On the way thither the
two had another lively soufilo with the
prisoner but succeeded in locking him
up."Texas" the well-known darkoy
was on a loud drunk in rotten row.
and was led in by Chief Fields and
Oflicor Sterling was arrested a shoe
maker named Wilson , who was so
drunk that ho kept the calaboose
lively for an hour or moro after being
Morao picked up another drunk
who registered himself as Robinson
Richard Stack was so wildly drunk
yesterday that it took two officers to
shut him up.
A lively little row is reported as
having occurred in Stella Long's house
Saturday night , in which ono of the
girls who was not taking an active
part got hit on the head with a boor
glass giving n scalp wound. No ar
STYLISH LADIES all go to Bliss'
for nice Millinery and Neckwear.
Mayor Bowman spent Sunday In KanSan -
Mrs. D. Burroughs has returned from a
visit to Ohio.
Dr. Paulson has started for Indlanapo-
Ha to attend the national temperance med
ical association , expecting to bo gone
about a week ,
Hov. Dr. Cloland is to deliver an ad
dress at the commencement exercises of
Parson's college , Keokuk , on the 21st inst.
12. C , Swain , of Hnr'nu ' , Iowa , a liveryman -
man , son of John Swain , Esq. , the oldest
hotel man lu western Iowa , was in the city
yesterday , Mr. Swain , Sr. , has kept a
hgtel in Harlan for thirty years.
Mr , and Mrs , Stewart leave to-day to
visit friends In Oakaloosa , expecting to bo
absent about two wetks.
Hon. John V , Stone and son , of Glen
wood , dined at the O den yesterday ,
J , Fred , Meyer * , of Dennlion , wan in
the city yesterday.
FRENCH PEUFUaiERY AT
SHOOTING STYLES ,
The Particu'ars of the Tragedy
as Told By the Wit
Van Mason Discharged on the
Qround That the Shooting
The Sympathy of the Community
Evidently With tlin Shooter.
The killing of Styles at the Transfer
on Friday night has teen a theme of
constant talk hero , and the details
have boon discussed freely and fully.
On all sides are hoard expressions of
regret that n human lifo has thus been
taken , but ot the same time very free
sympathy with "Van Mason who did
the shooting , and who is himself lying
at the Pacific House suffering from
the severe injury which ho received
at the hands of the man whom ho
The examination tcok place Satur
day morning before Judge Ayleswortn.
There wore several witnesses being
hold here , and as detention for any
length of time would caueo them ser
ious inconvenience , it was dcomod
best to got their statements , nnd to
learn whore they could bo found in
case they should over bo needed
again. The defendant was too ill to
bo present in court , but ho was repre
sented by his attorney D. B Dai ley ,
white the state was represented by 0.
R. Scott. A short hand reporter was
employed to take the evidence ver
batim , and a largo crowd gathered
outside the rail to hear what each of
the eye-witnesses to the tragedy had
T. D , Brown , of Oakland , Cal. ,
was the first witnos ? . Ho had como
in over the Northwestern road Fri
day evening. Early in the evening
ho was oitting on the porch outside
the Emigrant house reading , when ho
heard a dispute going on outside the
house about checking some baggage
Ho soon saw Van Mason como rush
ing out of the door and Styles follow
ing him , shoving him and hitting him
on the head and shoulders. They had
reached nearly the edge of the broad
platform when Van Mason , dropping
his valise and overcoat , turned and
struck at Styles , but only a glancing
blow. Ho struck again nnd that tima
knocked Styles down. Styles gather
ed himself up nnd wont into the
house , and Van Mason took up his
baggage and wont toward the depot
on a sharp walk. Styles came on
with the largo iron poker and followed
after him. The witness did notknow
what occurred at the depot except
that ho hoard two shots fired.
J. A. Brown , , of Mount Vernon ,
Iowa , was the next witness. Ho had
arrived on the Northwestern train Fri
day afternoon. Ho was walking down
toward the Emigrant house when the
man who was with him remarked thorn
vraa a fight down there. As ho lee ! ed
ho saw Van Mason knock Styles
down , but could not BOO what Styles
was doing. Ho mot Van Mason
about half way down nnd asked him
what the trouble was. He replied
that he could get no satisfaction about
his baggage , and ho had given the fol
low all no wanted ho guessed. A lit
tle further along the witness mot
Styles with the iron bar in his hand ,
walking along toward the depot after
Van Mason. The latter was ahead of
him and going at a good fair walk.
The witness did not BOO the row at the
depot except the flash of the revolver ,
and hoard the two shots.
W. B. Carpenter , of Marian , Iowa ,
a farmer and cattle dealer , who had
arrived on the same train as the preceding -
ceding witness , was walking from the
depot to the Emigrant house , and was
about half way when ho saw n fuss at
the Emigrant house and Styles shov
ing Van Mason out of the house and
following him up. Ho saw Van Ma
son turn about and strike twice ,
knocking Styles. Van Mason
then picked up his valise and
started off. Styles , after going into
the houdo , carao out with the iron
poker and followed him down , and
the witness , turning about , followed
after them , Ho hoard Van Mason
call to some ono to stop Styles , and
hoard Van Mason toll Styles not to
como any further or ho would shoot.
Styles rushed right onto him , and as
they came close to-gethor , the witness
saw the flash of the revolver. They
clinched and went down , Van Mason
had been walking very fast. Witness
did not BOO anybody try to stop Stylos.
Ho thought they clinched between the
first and second shot , and both fell
together. After Van Mason called on
Styles to stop following him , Styles
did not stop , but en mo right on , The
witness saw Styles lift the poker as
they came together , and saw the blow
como down , The blow and the first
ohot wore close together. When Van
Mason called for some ono to stop
Styles following him , ho said : "Stop
that man ; ho is after mo and will kill
mo. " The witness thought Van Mason
said this to a man with n crippled foot ,
who is an emigrant agent. Styles
was thirty or forty foot behind Van
Muson when the latter said thic.
John Norman , special policeman of
the Union Pacific for about two years ,
next testified. Ho was standing in
the ladies' sitting room , looking after
passengers for the Kansas City trains ,
when ho hoard the first ehot. Ho
started for the door as ho heard an
other shot. Ho BOW the crowd , nnd
when ho got there Styles and Mason
were both down. Ho saw Styles had
a revolver in his hand. John Quinn ,
the baggageman , had hold of Styles'
hand , and I grabbed the ether , while
zomo ono took the revolver away ,
The witness nskod who was shot.
Styles replied that ho was , mid that
the ether man had shot him , The
witness took Van Mason in charge.
Ho did not BOO Van Mason have any.
thing , and did not search him. Ho
took the prisoner to the north side of
the depot , and had the blood washed
oil'his head. The revolver in Styles'
hand was the ono Van Mason used to
do the shooting , and witness under
stood that Styles had wrested it out
of Van Mason's hand in the struggle.
Al , Keller was holding Van Mason
down when witness reached the spot.
Keller worka for Markel & Strobe.
JGC/U / t , t' .
Stylcn alio worked for them. Swobo
WAS nlso there.
William Dudley , of Palmyra , Mo. ,
was also sworn. lie stated that ho
was n deputy sheriff. Ho saw Van
Mason coming from the emigrant
building , and just as ho reached the
turn in the platform by the depot , ho
spoke to the emigrant agent , and told
him to stop the man who was follow
ing him , Thn witness also hoard him
worn Styles not to follow him , When
Styles WJIB close onto him Van Mason
turned Mid kept backing away , and
as Styles came on ho fired the first
shot. Styles WAS raising the poker ,
nnd was about six foot from Van
Mason. Styles seemed very angry ,
and was making an effort to get nt
Mason. The second shot followed
0. D. Eaton was called , but before
ho could testify Mr. Scott in behalf of
the state moved that the prisoner bo
discharged , saying that Van Mason ,
in his opinion , did just right , and that
the man's pardon ought to bo asked
for delaying him hero for an examina
tion oven. At this the crowd cheered
Dr. MoKuno was called to the
stand , and testified as to Van Mason's
condition , ho having attended him.
The doctor described the wound as on
the top and back of the head , almost
exactly in the center , it being about
two and a half to throe inches in
length , and cut clear through the
skull. There was also n wound over
the left eye , nnd the throat was swol
len as though it had boon choked.
Van Mason also complained of bruises
and sore spot ? . The blow fell where
tha skull was the strongest , nnd ho
should have expected that such a blow
as this would foil an ox. It was hard
to tell what the result of Van Mason's
wound would bo. Ho considered it n
very serious wound at least.
Judge Aylesworth stated that from
the testimony it appeared that Van
Mason was justifiable in shoaling and
discharged him , n conclusion which
scorns to bo heartily approved by the
citizens here , oven among those who
realize that the taking of any human
lifo is n sad and serious matter.
Van Mason scorned to bo a little
bolter yesterday , but is by no means
in condition so that his recovery can
Withdrawn from the Race.
HAHL.IN , Iowa , Juno 0 , 1882.
lion. GeorgeF. Wright , Clulnnan Commltttco
Mnth District , Council uluffj , IOWA.
MY DEAII Sin : Fooling that a
further contest on my part would
only result in complications at
the coming congressional conven
tion , and in order to promote
harmony in said convention and se
cure n moro complete triumph for the
republican ticket in the Ninth con-
grcasicnal district , I hereby decline to
bo a candidate , and I deairo that my
name shall not bo presented to the
convention. I hereby tender to my
many friends in the district my grate
ful thanks for the support they have
given me In my candidacy , and I shall
over have a kind , reciprocal feeling
toward them for the interest , mani
fested in my behalf. .
In commenting upon thowithdrawal ,
or perchance n part of the considera
tion promised by Anderson and his
organ , tno organ devotes considerable
space to lauding Mr. Wicks action as
an expression of wonderful loyalty to
the best interests of the patty , and
'a ' sacrifice of personal ambition upon
the altar of principle. " A short time
ago another candidate withdrew in a
like manner , but the organ failed to
devote any such praise at that time
and upon that man.
Profitable Patients ,
The most wonderful and marvelous
success in cases where persons are
sick or wasting away from a condition
of misorablonosa , that no one knows
what ails them , ( profitablypatients
for doctors , ) is obtained by the use of
Hop Bittern. They begin to cure
from the first doao and keep it up un
til perfect health nnd _ strength is re
stored. Whoever is afflicted in this
way need not suffer , when they can
get Hop Bitters. [ Cincinnati Star ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertisement * , sue us
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Bale , To Kent ,
Wonts , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this
column at the low rate ot TEN CENTS PER
LINE ( or the flrst Insertion Mid FIVE CENTS
PER LINE ( or each subsequent Insertion.
Leave adv ertlsementa at our office , No. 7
1'carl Street , near Broadway.
'ANTED Good girl ( or general housework
Inquire at Dec ofllce. maylPU
Everybody in Council Bluffs tote
WANTED Till UIB. 20 cents per week , de
livered by carriers. Office , No 7 Pearl Street
"TirANTED " To buy 100 tons broom corn.
VY Tor particulars address Council Blufft
Broom Factory. Council Uliifld. Iowa. OSS-ZOtf
For Bale and Rent
THOU I'KNr. Varto ( a rfuldcnco or111 ecll
J tlio wli la on easy tiriim. ICiniuIro at UBK
olllco. J-fl flt _
BALK-1 lu\u on hand ono kiln
BlUUlfroit brick oa an bo had III the city.
I' rtloi dcs'rntf n gocd utlclo will find It lo
tliclr advantage to call at my rctldence , on
Lincoln avenue , ornddro'8 Itobcrt Tlnclalo , Jtox
611 , Council lliuffa , lona. Junol-lm *
MUlt tiALiK Two new bjclcha at a bargain ,
j K It. Stolnhllbcr , at now furniture lactory
on So\cnth nnnuo , next 10 C , Jt N , W , H. It.
_ _ _
T710U SALK Sheet muelo worth 35 cents to
X' Si 00 ( or 6 rcnta a icpy , and over 10,000
other UKcful articles , at Brclth & I'.vcrolt'sUrcat
Klvo and Ten-Cent Store , No. 140 Biaidway ,
Council llluft * . IOMI. may SO t (
TJ1OK SALE. Elghty-acra Una partly cultl-
vatoJ , two iiilluj went of Omaha. Udell &
1 ay. mO-t (
Olt HKN'l l'&rt or whole ot nice residence ,
_ or will toll on eavy terms. 4pply at Luj
office. inajS t (
in OH SALE Ucautilul residence lots , $00
,13 each ; nothlucdotvn , and $3pcrironth only ,
. A Water Spaniel pun about three
month * old. Finder will be liberally re
warded. TIIEO. I31IAUN ,
Jel9 2t * Cor. 10th fit an Ulli Av < im
To loan at Irom 0 to 10 per cent In-
MONEY byOUKLL&IJAY. JO t (
TTIXCELSIOK UALLEHV utllUhmd and the
Jlj baiigilUrr In Council IfluUa. Grand new
accessory ncenery lo arrive this week. Call and
ee. 100 Malu street.
. W. L. PATTON-Pbjilclan nd Oculist.
DB. euro any raaeot tore ej e . H Is only
a matter ol time , and can cure generally In
( rom three to flto weeks It make * no differ
ence how long dUeaeod. Will straighten cross
eye * , operate and remove Ptrcitlnmat etc. , and
Insert artificial eye . Special attention to re-
A JiYONK WAN UNO somehno quality broom
Jr\ . corn teed can get U br writing to
. UAYNE Council Blufft
BV BUYING YOUR
Boston Tea Co's ' Store ,
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TttY IT AND
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY ,
, E. H. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CHIUSTOPlIEa , Mechanical Manager ,
124 8. Main St. , Council Bluffs , lo.
Sell More Groceries , 'Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN
THE CITY. LOOK AT TBEIR
PRICES ON A FEW LINES.
11 lb FxtraC sujfarfor , . ' . 81 00
10 IbStandardjA sugar. . . 1 00
fl lb Granulated su nr 100
7 lb No. 1 Roosted bio coflccc 1(0
TlbNolOrccn MocoSco 100
1 lb Beat Koastcd O. O. Jiu.i coffco 30
1 lb Best Roasted Mocha. . . . ' SO
1 lb Mix , ha''ava ' and half Klo. . . . , 25
lloCnnihi ] > cd Dried liocf ? 5
lill ) cans CallfornlaFni ts , 25
Choice Table liuttirj crib , IE
Tork State Gallon Ajij ) ot.v 30
albCan Yelow Peiclics 20
Gib Can lie Peaches 25
2 lb Cai Slnr Peaches 15
SlbCan > cry best Sweet Corn 20
Best brands Spring Wheat Flour per sack. . . 3 76
IS lb Bars Glllett s Hrap 1 00
18 lb Ban \MiltcKubsianSoap 1 00
liojd's H.ima rxr Ib.i. . 1C
Boj d'a Breakfast Bacon per lb 10
Or.elda Community Fruits per jar 76
Gordon & Dlllworth'sPreserves C5
And Everything Else
in Stock Proportionally
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries Until You Have
SeenUs. . Terms Cash.
F. J. OSBORNE & CO.
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
.COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo giro special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Goal ,
OHAS , HENDBIE ,
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pine , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fonrth Streets. )
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLTTFFS. IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
30 33 33ST fX ? I S " 3C S .
Cor. Pearl < b lit Ave. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Bleb Out Glass , Fine French China ,
Silver Wore &c. ,
810 BROADWAY. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
MES. fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadwav , Council Bluff * .
W. 8. AIIENT. JACOB 81118
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & OounEellors-at-Law ,
OOONOIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & GO. ,
Broadway , Cor. Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
I mean business and no blowing ,
Having recently oontiaoted for 600
.A. Oigans and over 200 Pianos for the season
to ba sold for Gash and
son , at Bargains ,
on time Agents wanted. TJ
Correspondence solicited , S
a J. MUELLER ,
IE COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA ,
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2,00
Bluff and fillow Streets , Council Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery , Bepairing , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bakora
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
M E T C A L F BROS. ,
- WHOLESALE DEALERS , , IN -
Hats , Gaps , 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 ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and NVbraaka.
Office with W. S. MATKE , over Savings Bank , - OOTJNrOIlj BLTJPS
WALL PAPER AND SHADES.
Hew Styles Just Received.
11 Pearl Street , Conn oil Blnffa.
C. A. BEKBE , W. HUNYAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE' & CO. ,
Wholesale and lletall Dealers in
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Mrs. J. E. letcalfe and Miss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , such s Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Uoderwoa
of ell descriptions. Also LUndlerchlefe , both In Bilk and linen , hose of all Hindi , thread , pint ,
needles , ttc. . We hope the ladles will call and Bee our stock of goods at 636 Broadway before go
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All Hindi. A Fall Line of Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
Silh and Stamped Oood - Nice A gortnont of A vnli po Plotnro *
Z. , T.LINDSEY : : & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY.ICOUNCIL . BLUFFS IQWi
And W1SI8P 8QUABE CLARINDA IOWA.
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