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THE DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA MONDAY , JUNE 20 , 188 .
The Daily Bee.
GOUiCiL ? BLUFFS.
Monday Morning June 20
soiisciurrioN UATKS :
fly Carrier , - - - - - S0r.nt | vrwei ,
By Mall , - tlO.CO pa Yuvr.
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street. Nour
0. K. MAYNE , Mtniftcr City Circulation.
H. W. T ) LTON , City Editor.
Pon't forget thoupcctal sales Ih ! * week
Go to Iterxmnn for bargain * .
Slictrodcn male * photographs.
The Y. M. 0. A. meet for business to-
nlsht at tlie JJxccUior gallery on Pearl
Go to Herzman' * before buying.
New lot of fine pottery , bifqiio figure * ,
eta , at Mnnrcr & Craig' * . Victors nl-
Aldrnrrnn 1ms lately Impeded llio jftll
in Omaha In ncarch of Idem auto what
sort of n city look-up Council Hllilf * should
c.At tt\M \ for one wcnk only. ( Irent
bargains in pattern bminots mul hats nncl
lace ncckwcnr. Call early and get ft liar-
llmman will Bell store anil dwelling.
ShcrraiJen is the bees photographer.
Finn line of inens' , boya nnd dido
Buddies at Sherman's , 124 S MnJn.
The cltyoouncll meet ngiin to-nlghl-
or try to meet to clinposo of Important
Heizmnn ! fl bound to close out.
Joseph Holler tunics suits in the lat
est Blyles at 310 Hroaclway.
J. Mueller has juit received a case ol
Italian strmgn , hi * own importation. Mr.
Mueller is importing oxlennlxcly , nnd wil !
soon bo in receipt of a largo Una of choica
Ilailrond tickets bought and Bold
Jluebncll , five doom north of Poaloflico
Can rave money on the tickets ,
The hill granting condemned cannon
to bo place 1 about the fioldium' bury
ing place in the cemetery hero lias panned
Joseph HOPS , of G15 Upper 1'rotuhvay ,
Council Itluffx , mnkcR the heil butter tub
in the west , and Bills them at the lowest
ca h price.
Samuel Dillon , Ron of MM. Lizzio
Dillon , died Saturday afternoon , t'gcd 2C
years. The funeral services were hclc
The largo French plalo in tlio front o |
Jndson'e store , was ycHturday demolished
by the storm . It was in a cracked con
Eenjiiiiln Dyson , the colored mm
charged with stealing S21.GO from Annlo
1'rnlor , has been arrcBtcd in Omalm am'
brought hero for trial
Lizeio Kobluson lion been arrested for
vagrancy and her case has been continued
until ThiusJay noxt. It promises to do-
yclop some rather racy facts.
Tli a Catholics are arranging for c.
Fourth of July celebration on the picnio
grounds at Glendale , and the programme
being provided is ono of which will prove
enjoyable to nil citizen * .
Mayor Bowman announces that hi
will have contribution boxes to-morrow ai
nil of the polling places , that voters may
diop in their tuitoa for the relief of the
cyclone suffeiers. The boxes shall bo gen-
1 oualy remembered.
A briok IIOUBO on Pierce street occu
pied by some dinky d.iycs was badly dc-
moralized by yesterday's i.toiui , the water
uudcrmiiiiDg the house HO that it almost
took n tumble. The water rose no that it
coveroi ] tint Doors , ruining the carpets and
doing much damngo.
The Colored Men's Anti-1'rohibition
club met Saturday night in the Dee Hive
block. Charles Curtis acted as chairman
and made an earnest addrens. I To also of
fared a resolution to the effect that the
club should vote as a unit against the
amendment. This was adopted , and
tipecchcB wcro made by Tom ilucknor ,
Guerdon Crist and others ,
The Council Bluffs club and their
friends fool quite proud of the way the
nine showed up in the contest in Omaha
Saturday afternoon with the Union Paci
fic club , the score standing only 5 to 4 in
favor of the latter , The Council Bluffs
boys played a strong game , and it is
claimed that if there had been more fair
ness in the umpiring the result would have
bcn in their favor. An it was the gatno
was an iiitoruslin ; one , well played by
both sides , nud the witnesses from hero
wi'ra delighted with nil but thor < -puU.
The speech of O. It Soort in the con-
giesxlaual convention , charging Mnjnr
Anderson with having given n bond i > f
$1,000 to back up liU promise ti eccmo n
postollice , hai been printed , nnd 10,000
coplcH are being H.-attorod cwr the coun
try , a copy of the bond accompanying the
Hpecch. The Chicago papers are copying
the charge , and In view of the extent of
imblleityglven the matter , nnd the Bcrlous
nature of the charge , It is diilicult to see
how M jor Anderson can remain In si
lence concerning It , as neoms to bo his
present policy ,
The Union Consolidated Mining com-
I > any , a home company composed of some
of our best business men , have been quietly
working la northeastern Utah , have just
received word from their manager , O. M.
DeKay , who Is looking after the work at
the mines , of such a nature as to make It
necessary to send two of their beet nicii to
thofiont , If iudicatlons are half true ,
this company will teen take rank with the
richest companies in the land , J , 'P. Hart ,
of the Uuipkee hardware company , and T.
1) , Hoys , of Hays & Gleanon , started weft
lo-day , awl when tuah men pull out for
the front at a moment's warning , it means
something more th'-n play.
The work of naturalizing citizens is
gains forward lively , On 1'Viday evening
hit Judge Aylesworth naturalized fifteen
from the vicinity of Walnut , mid on Saturday -
urday fifteen or twenty more were given
their papers. Ife ban already inada about
TBcUizeiH. It is Btatod that Judge Heed
JIM mode 250. Still more will floclc in to-
day. Ono of the Intelligent G ermaus who
iian been hi correspondence with nil parts
of the st to , entltrutcs that fn'ly 40,000
vo become cll'zsn"hllo ono equally
inlcltiftcnt prohtbltlonUt put the figures nt
2i,000. That this will have n great tffert
on the election to morrow cannot b '
The examination of Jin Ixiyi attend
ant upon St. Joseph' ! ccliool liogln to-day.
The exhibition of St. Fraud1 acad
emy will begin next Thursday night.
Among the frwh drunks registered nt
the police station nrc James litwcll and
James Dinglcy , who will be heard lo.d.iy.
Another portion ol the sewer on
Uroatl way near J. li. Atkm's store Jell
thr ugh yesterday , making a dangerous
The prisoners In the calaboose hare to
get along on two mcalsSiinday * ) . Ycstcr-
; hy it WAS nearly o'clock in the after
noon bsforo the tin plotci were brought in.
A fccond complaint was Saturday
entered ogalnit John Snyder for obstruct
ing a gutter on Frank street between
Broadway and Plcrco utrcet. The com
plaint made some ( line ago was dimmed !
on the promise being made that the matter
would bo remedied , which promise it ap
pears was not kept.
The Little company which \leitctl
thii city recently were the victims cf nn
awkward mistake In fa Wisconsin hotel
the other day , It appear * that the land
lord hail been telcgraphuJ toby itcompany
of dizzy blonds who wititcdnccomodationp ,
and had mode up his mind to homo the
party out , as he did not keep that
kind of n house. Unfortunately the Lltllo
company arrived a day or two late , end
the landlord discovering the pronounced
blond hair of 'Mile Little and MIei Nellie
Bangs , he orderul them verv percmptoiily
to neck other quarters. About the time
that they wcro indignantly taking car
rlnges logo to nothtr hotel , the landlord
diucoTcrcd his awful mistake , and humble
apologies and piteous pleadings iuduccd
them to remain.
G RAND CELEB IIA.TTON.
do to Sioux City July 4th on the
Sioux City Special Train and enjoy
the Horse , IToso and Foot races.
$ 100.00 on foot racing nlono. The
Union Pacilio Band ot Omaha fur
nishes the music.
For sale nt bargain 'SO,000 choice
BOVOII foi.fc fence posts , by Vnughnn , at
a reduced price ,
PICKING A POCKET.
Offlcor Cuelctt Drops Upon n Pair of
Nlmblo Fingers ut the Transfer.
Saturday at the trnnafor u passenger
complained that ho lind boon robbed
of his pocket book. Oflicor Cusick at
once recognized a follow imiL'od Wil
liam Copeland , whom ho had causa to
suspicion , and made him throw up Ins
hands while ho searched him. In
opening hia vest the pocket book
dropped to the floor. The man * who
man the complaint declared that it was
not the ono ho lost , but another man
named Andrew Bowman stopped up
and declared it to bo ono which had
boon taken from his pocket a few
minutes before. It contained $18 and
a ticket to Dcadwood. The young
man was accordingly mnrchcd to the
pohco station and held for examina
tion. Ho had boon noticed hanging
about the depot in company " 'ill :
another auspicious follow known as
"Rocky O'llriou. " Search was at
once made for the latter , but it was
found that ho had skipped across
the river. Ofllcer Moron was delegated
to go across and litvitoIho young
man to como over hero , but ho was
too cunning Jo come vor as a-wit-
nefrs. llosaid ho know his rights ,
and if the proper papers wcro pre-
aontcd ho would cuino , of course ,
butothorwiso preferred to remain in
Tt appears that the city made a
wise niovo in stationing the oliicors at
the transfer , who would not only re
port cases of deviltry but arrest of
fenders. Thus far the plan seems to
bo a big improvement over the hush-
up and-lot-go way BO long practiced
Foil SALK. Soda fountain com.
ploto. J. U. Atkins , HI ! ) Broadway ,
Council Bluff * .
A BKAUTY ,
You can got a nice picture book ,
"Sunshino for Children "
, and two
Oliromos wortli $2.25 for 25 cents nt
J. Muellers , It is an advertisement
of the Weber Piano , for which Mueller
lor is agent.
A Wild Storm.
The barometer which of late has
given unfailing warning of approach
ing storms , was ao down in the mouth
Saturday evening that all looked for n
possible cyclone , but none came. In
its place yesterday morning como ono
of the heaviest thunder storms of the
season. The rain fairly poured down ,
the wind blow , and the hail full. The
deluge of water showed plainly how
many defects there are in this city's
drainage , and many bascumnts were
flooded , loyr lota covered with water ,
and some of the streets became ponds ,
while sidewalks were sot afloat , and
foot passengers were compelled to
wade in many places. The creek was
on the rampage , and overflowed in the
, 'icinily of Iho Metropolitan hotel ,
loodlng much property. The wind
jroko some trees , and damaged the
'oliago in yards , but no serious trou-
o is reported.
Baby Saved ?
\\'o MO so thankful to say that our
jaby was cured of a dangerous nnd
jrotraotod irregularity of the bowels
> y the UBO of Hop Bitters by its mother
vliich at the eamo time restored lior
n perfect health and strength. The
Barents , Rochester , N. Y. Buffalo
Sx proas ,
A now stock of french Cream Oonfec-
.ionnry just received at the fashionable
co cream , fruit and confectionery
emporium of Smith it McOuon , suc
cessors to Krb t Duquette , 401 Broad
WANTII ; > . A partner to take half or
whole intercut in finest fitted up llil-
iard Hall and Saloon in the nity.
Excellent location , inquire at 521
South Main street , Council Bluffs.
THE DREAD DISEASE.
Morn EfTootunl Monns Must Bo Tftken
to Stamp Out tbo Small Pox.
The attempts to stamp out the
small pox hero have BO far proved so
ineffectual that there ia a feeling
among the citizens demanding some
radical changes in the manner of car
ing for patients and ' [ uarantining. It
baa boon hoped from time to time
that the end had been reached , but it
seems not. Another victim wastakon
to the peat tents Saturday afternoon ,
, t being ono of the former inmates of
the old Sioux City house , whoroacaso
waa allowed to remain until nearly
ill the occupcnts of the house were
tully opposed. After the case wan
Lakcn from that old building to the
peat tent , the houao was quarantined ,
nominally , for n time , until tlio citi
zens protested so vigorously against
such a Beat of pestilence in the heart
of the city , that tho' authorities re
moved the inmates to a house on thu
bottom , The quarantine restrictions
in neither case were oloBcly observed ,
for the inmates went in and out , and
moved about the streets , exposing
othcrr. Some escaped entirely , nnd
are still at large. Ono of these , a
colored man , skipped for Kansai
City , and has sinuo como down with
the small pox there. Another one , a
woman , kept away for several dayo ,
and then ruturnoJandv. unt again into
quartern Jit the Sioux City IIOUBO.
tiiill again , after thu inmates had been
removed to thu isolated house on the
river bottom , ono of them It ft , that
place and viaitcd her sister , living on
lower Main street. The ofllccrn went
after her and took her back into quar
antine again. S.itutduy last it was
decided that the quarantine should be
raicod , and this had scarcely boon
done before it became evident that
ono of the inmates , a young man , was
already attacked by the disease , and
ho waa removed to the peat tent.
The trial of the case of the state vs.
Brown in the supreme court Saturday
revealed further carolccBncss in the
way the disease is being handled. It
appeared from the evidence intro
duced that the persons employed ao
attendants are those who are conv.il
cscing from the disease themselves ,
and whoso only qualification for caring
for the sick is that they are not them
selves liable to catch the disease. Ono
of these , who is now the attendant ,
goes by the nemo of Charles Alley ,
John Alley , Alien and John Danford
or John Charles Danford , and hisow.i
history of his life is in keeping with
the changing of his name , Mr. and
Mrs. Brown , who were there before
him , seem to be badly mixed up in the
doings by which the watch of ono of
tlio patients , who died , was sent out
of the tout to the city , so that the
police would not find out what become
of it , and Brown is now on trial for
stealing it. With attondantsof so little
standing and apparently HO little
qualifications us these , it is naturally
to bo believed that patients are liable
to bo misused or neglected , and there
13 no Burpriso al the number of deaths
occurring at the pent tent.
The trial of this case in the superior
court Saturday naturally alarmed the
judge and the attorncyj. Mr. Brown
and his wife had lately been patients ,
and afterwards attendants in the pest
tent. Ono young lady witness had
also boon a patient m the post tent ,
and her face , hands and arms still
were the rod blotches so plainly as to
bo seen across the room. Charles Al
loy , another witness , is the present
attendant ut the pent tent , and was
anxious to get through his testimony
so as to take another patient out to
the tent , and oxpccted to return to
day to give still further testimony , the
case not being finished. This was ,
however , avoided by the attorney conj-
ing to an agreement an to his testi
mony. The silver watch which be
longed to Jones , who died of the small
pox , was in court , and wai handled in
evidence , there being attached to it
the same loUhor string which Jones
had used for u guard. In fnut this
watch has been in circulation through
the city for two weeks past. In fact
ovorytliing connected with the trial 01
the case savored of small pox It maybe
that there was no danger in thus guth-
uring together relics and witnesses
from the tented field of the pestilence ,
but there cannot but be uneasiness ,
when it is evident that the disease is
not being so quarantined as to prevent
vent its .spread , now cases arising
Still again , officers from the regular
police force are employed in removing
patients to the tents , and performing
quarantine service at odd times , and
thnn put on regular duty again. They
are doubtless moro careful in chang
ing clothes nnd using preventatives
than others , and yet the moro persons
there are who are exposed in ttttond-
ing to the disease , the greater is the
liability of Hprcad.
The authorities have boon making
child's play of this matter long rnougli ,
uiiii it is time that such stupi were
taken as to stay the course of thu dis
ease.Vhuro so many persons htivii
moro or loss to do with ino tents and
with thn patients , it is not strange
that some ono of them through igno
rance or carelessness should expose
For sale at a bargain JiO,000 choice
seven foot fence posts , by Yaughan ,
at a reduced price.
MORE FHOM MAINE.
To thu Editor ol tlio lico.
Wo are all interested in personal
testimony concerning the working of
the prohibitory liquor law in Maine.
I enoloso somu extracts from a letter
received from a gentleman whoso
boyhood and youth wcro spout in
Maine , who has spent many years
abroad , in wino drinking countries ,
d who since his return to this land
lias resided part of the time in Maine ,
where ho wus active In support of the
law and in its enforcement , His
testimony is that of ono of wide ex-
pcrionco of man in vastly vnriod cir
cumstances , us well na of ono per.
sonally acquainted through im\jy
years with the homo lifo and the & )
ci 1 condition of the state of which ho
speaks. Ovr.ua 11 AM LIN.
COUNCII. BLUFFS , Juno 23.
"Tho temperance men and women
who live in Maine will all toll you
that the Maine law is an inestimable
llcBsing to nine-tenths of the state.
In the farming population thu ute of
alcohol ia almost finished. _ The law
will grow moro stringent instead of
relaxing , I Imvo been in many parla
o' the atato , and I know whereof 1
affirm that farmers hko the law. Thoj
coi fess that it has regenerated Maine.
It was once the moat drunken state in
the union , it is now the most temper-
Mr , The houses were unpaintcd ,
windows broken , fence * dosrn , pov
erty marching on. Now the houses
are painted , shade trees abundant ,
roads good , school houses reconstruct
ed , general thrift apparent. Farmers
Uicinfielvc.i attribute the change to
the Maine law. I can bear testimony
to all this from personal observation ,
but there are a low places of which
Banaor is chief , which defy the law.
Ia this n disgrace to the law or Bangor -
gor ? Hanger was always a great rum
town. The whole 1'enobseot county
of which it is the chief town was
always full of rum. In the great and
nourishing lumber businops every
body could drink nnd everybody
drnnlc. It is admitted they ( hank up
every pine trco in lh"ir nnttnificont
ptno forests. Rum is in thu blood , it
will take goncratiors to get it out.
The Maine law will stand in Maine ,
It grows strong in the conflict. The
secret ealo is prosecuted with infernal
art and diligunco. Bat it will bo moro
and moro hunted down. I was told
that in Portland liquor was cold in 1-10
places. I could not find ono of them.
I went into a suspicious looking sa
loon nnd Imd my dinner. I was an
abtoluto stranger , b t Ifailcd to get a
drop. The "boss" told mo ih didn't
pay. I do not deny that tippers know
how to got it. It 13 not open. It is
not easily found except in
quantity in imported. I could buy a
barrel where I could not buy a glass.
Any ono can buy as much na ho
pleasea at the importers in original
bulk or package. The fact has been
transubstantiated into free and open
Ralo. The Maine law cannot touch
the United States law. It is the
dram nhop it aims at.
For sale at a bargain 30,000 choice
seven foot fence posts , by Vaughan , at
a reduced prico.
The Departing Pastor.
A reception for Rev. Dr. and Mrs.
Olcland will bo hold at the residence
of Mra. Caleb Baldwin , Tuesday
evening , Juno 27. The ladies assist
ing are Mrs. George F. Wright , Mrs.
James Portorfiold , Mrs. Thomas Ofii-
cer , Mrs. P. 0. Duval , Mrs. William
Robinson ana Mrs. J. T. Baldwin.
Owing to the shortness of time inter
vening , it will bo impossible for thcsu
ladies to call upon the many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Ololand in the ehurchand
in the community , und they therefore
take this method of extending a very
cordial invitation to all friends to bo
present on thia occasion. Should a
storm arise on Tuesday evening the
sociable will bo postponed until the
following evening , Wednesday , Juno
F. Oath , J'Jstj. , JIBS returned from Lin
Miss Kilbournc , teacher in the grammar
department of the Lloomcr echoil , has left
for her homo in Dow City.
Miss Wright , principal of the grammar
department of tlio Bloomer school , has left
for Uinchamptou , N. Y , , intending to visit
in St. Louis and other cities on her way
W. 13. Heed , ono of the transfer force ,
who has just returned from atrip to Utah ,
briugs i/lail tidings concerning J. F.
Kappc ? , who formerly lived hero and is
widely known nnj well remembered by
many , ft appeals that Mr. Kappes has
" /struck / it big" ill ono of his Mines about
110 milcHBouth of Salt Like City , and
that there ia every reason to believe that
his fortune ia made , and a very handsome
one , too. ,
J. T. Hart and T. B. Hoya started
westward Saturday , on receipt of uomo
very encouraging noya from soms of the
mines of the Union CoiuoHJated com
pany , in which they nnd other of our cit
izens are interested. It is utated that an
cifjht foot vein of very lich ere lias been
Htrnclc io tha Iluckhornmino on their Con
vict claim. These gentlemen will bo ab
sent a month or more.
When There's o- Will Tuoro'a n , Wtvy.
Anyone who has the will to t
Kci.LcTUie OIL will surely finotho way to
robust health , In cases ot bronchial alfec-
JioiiB , eoro throat , pains , etc. ; nud , ua an
internal remedy It ia invaluable.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special adertiscmcnt * , sue as
Loat , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Ilent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc , , will bo inserted In thU
column at tlio low rate of TEN CENTS I'EJl
LINE for fho flret Insertion and FIVE CENTS
I'lUl LPNE lor each , subsequent Insertion.
Leave ft'h crtlscmonta at our cilice , No. 7
1'iorl 8t ' 'X't , near llroacl * y.
W A NTHA ) BOtirCarber J.
"TtjTANTKD Emybody In Council Bluffs Ic
VV to taka Tilling , iO conta vat week , do
lliored by carrier ) . Offlco , No 7 I'tarl Street
near Broauvtay ,
" \TrANTEl > To buy 100 tons brootn corn
YY For particular ! ) addrea * Council Blufft
Broom Factory , Council DhiBj , Iowa. 05S-2DtI
For Snlo and Rent
ITIOIt UKM'UnliiniistiuU rooms , 6)1 iUIn
1 > Stro t. loil-l
Ci ; counters for sale at Seaman's ,
VOH HACK 1 ha\o on hana one kiln
O of an ijooj brick as c n lie had in the city.
1'urtlej dcslriiK a gord article will find It lo
their aihoiilojjo to call at my rctldcnce. on
Lincoln a\onnu , oraddreis Itobert llndalo , llax
Bll , Council lllulfn , Iowa. jimoMm'
TT10K UENr-l'art or whole of nlco residence ,
J' or will sell on cony terms. Apply at Dot
nlllco. ina > j.tl
TJIOH SALE Dcd'iUful rceldcnco lots , $60
1 ? rich ; nothing down , and W per month only ,
by KX-MAYOll VAUUIIAN.
0 DELL & DAY rqircaci.t a tornado Iniur
ft m coiiipany. jo30 7t
f VEHVTIIlNO rcadyfor the tuirmor cca < on ,
I J The coolest ctllcry In tttf c > t. New at-
ccsiorlea Arrival , ba.t In city. Call at Eiiclnlor
k' llcry , 100 11 aln itrett.
MONF-V-To 1-nn at from 0 to 10 per ctnt in-
tru-it In Oi-KLL&UAY. J3 tf
Dlt. W , 1 1'ATTON rbjslclan and Ocullbt.
Can cure any caw of ere cyo . It ia ouly
> uuttcr of time , and can euro gcncrnlly In
from three to the wi'oks-it inaVcn no difference -
enco liow long dUeaiud. Will itr&lehten cran
ec , opcratu ud rcrnoM ) I'lj rfKinniii , etc. . and
luwrt artificial jcj , Ejicclal attention to ro
A hYONUWANTINQ some tine quality broom
. corn wed van ftt It br wiltln ; to
I'.T. UAYNK Cauucll Bluffs
nv BUYING voun
Boston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TRY IT AND
BORNE & CO
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THA.N ANY OTDCR HOUSE IN
THE OIVY. LOOK AT TIJEIH
P1UOES ON A FEW LINES.
11 lb Fxtra C suirnr for $1 CO
10 Ih Stnndfinl A fulmar , 100
0 lb Uratmlatul nutjar , 1 o' )
71bJ-'o. 1 Hoastctl lllocortccc 110
711) Nol Orccn hlo coffee 1 00
1 Hi l-'cht lloastc < l O ( J. Java coBi'C 3f >
1 lb licht lioa-tcil Jlocln 30
1 lb Jllx , Imf Java nnil lialf Wo 25
llaCnnilil pcd Uriel JJccf " 5
ylbcnnst'allfornUriu Is 25
Choice Table liuttir t crib 15
York State Gallon AmVcs 30
3lbCan icl ow reaches 20
OilCan iia Peaches 21
2 lb C.vi Star Peaches IB
81b Can \cry test Sweet Corn 20
Icst ! brniids-prlnjf Wheat Floiirner fuck. . . 3 7fi
ISlb liars OIllcttB H'an 1 00
18 lb liars Kirk's Whitellusslaii Soap 1 00
Hojil's limns I" r lb If )
liojil's Urenkfas * Ilacon per lb 10
dniilila Community Km taper Jar 75
Gordon & lill Drib's 1'rcsun us 05
And Everything Else
in Stock Proportionally
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries Until You Have
Seen Us. Teims Cash.
F , J , OSBORNE & 00 ,
ENGINES , BOILERS ,
GEZ3ER M , MACHINERY
OHlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL EEPAIR WORK
will rccolvo prompt attention. A general M-
Brans Goods. Bolting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooko , Coal ,
OHAS. HENDRIE ,
All Shippers and Travelers will find
peed accommodation and reasonable
SOUTH WIAIN STREET.
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs , - - Iowa.
HOLLAND & MILLER ,
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pipe , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fonrtli Streets * )
J. M. PALMEE ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL. BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & . Son ,
Cor. Pearl & 1st Avc. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURER & CRAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Glaus , Flno French China ,
Silver Wore &cy
JJO BmUDWiT. COUNCIL EltllTS , IOWA.
MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broailwav , Connoil Bluif -
W. S. AUEKT. JACOB Bills
AMENT & SIT/IS ,
Attorneys & Oonnsellors-at-Lnw ,
OODNCIL , BIiUPFS , IOWA ,
HARKNE88 , ORGUTT
Broadway , OOP , Fourth Street. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
JP GHiCKERINC AND WEBEB PIANO ,
Burdeite and Western Cottage Tyr
> * Cc > Wi'A fJ
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TJ
DL Importer and Dealer in
DLL. MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
of all kinds. Sheet Music one-
L. third off. Agents wanted.
U. MUELLER , O
COWL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Willow greets , Council Elnffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery , Eepairing , Etc , , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffs , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH EffiAIN STREET ,
' 1HE BEST BREAD IW THE CITY None but first-class Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pjas , Ac. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor ,
M E T C A L F BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS.IN V
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATCD.
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved nnd Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number ol Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYKB , over Savings Bank , - COU VOILi BLUFS
few Styles Just Received.
.2D . , ,
11 Pearl Street , Connoil Bluffs.
C. A. BEEI3E , W. KUNVAN , W. 1JEEBK
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and UetaII Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Irs , J , E , Metcalfe and Iiss Belle Lewis
Are now clcallnFln nil kinds o ! fancy goods , ench as Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Undcrwea
of all descriptions. Alee llandlirrchle's , both In Bill , nnd linen , hose of nil Kinds , thread , pins ,
needles , te. . We hope the Indies will call and eco our stock of irnods at MB Broadway Inforoco
B. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , CERWIANTOWM AND FANCY YARNS
of AH Khids. A Fall JLlno of Canvns , Felts , Embroidery , Kiiittluc
SUlrn and Sttimnod Goodn. tjico Aogortnnnt of A rnli pe Flntnrci
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
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