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6 THE DAILY BEE-COUKCIL BLUFFS , IOWA WEDNESDAY , JUNE 28 , 188J *
The Daily Bee.
"Wednesday Morning June 28
sunscniPTioN RATES :
Bj Carrier , - - - - - 20 cent * per week.
By ilxll , - - - - - - - 110 00 per Ycr.
Office : No. 7 Ponrl Street , Near
0. E. MAYNE , Mincer City Circulation.
H. W. T1L.TON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
The ca e of Copolnnd arrested for
TockcV-plcktriB at the Unnsfer Is to l > e
lioanl to-day ,
Go to Itmmnn for bargains.
Shcrrndcn tnnlccs i > liotogr ) > h * .
To-morrow evening Uiolai ! > llitcliurcli
Jolk and friends arc to bo cntcrtftlned nt
tlio residence of Mr. and Mrs. II. Morgan.
Hcrzman will sell store and dwelling.
Shcrrnccn ! Is tbo boss | > liotograjher.
In Hie superior court yesterday ono
I > 1 ln clnink was disposed of , nnd n num.-
licr of cHI/cnK made In time to vote.
Alde from this theie wan llltlo of In-
Go to Hemnan'tf before buying.
New lot of fine pottery , blcqno figures ,
etc. , nt Mnurer & Craig's. Visitors nl-
-Permits to wed were yesterday grant
ed to Henry 11. Kottotlck , of Davenport ,
and May L. Baker , of Council ] ) luffs ,
nlso to John K. Cooper nnd Alice Moltar ,
both of Council IMiilfs ,
AJ ; Hits * ' for one week only. Great
ImrgainH In pnttcin In nncls nnd Imls nnd
lace neckwear. Call early and get A bar *
Kino Una of men1 , boyn nnd side
addles nt Slicrman'n , 121 S Mntn.
.Arrangements nro made for cclebrnt-
5ng tlio Fourth of July nt 8prng\llo ! !
Grange hnll by n f Mine IB' basket picnic ,
ulitch nil ate Invited to attend , There
nvill be music , reading of tlio declaration ,
oration by Mr. 1'rouly , dancing , nnd ;
oilier of the necessaries of n good time ,
Hcrzman ts bound to cloco out.
Joseph Keller makes nulls in the lot *
Bit styles nt 810 Broadway.
llallrond tickets bought and sold
15utbnell , fi\e doers nnitli of Pottcflicc.
Cnn fa\c money on the tickets.
Yctlcrday Officer Kdgar took In
charge A. llosr , the mnn who linn been
tcforo the courts en ttno : 'ugly chniges.
JIo hnd ( iiomitcd to leave the city for the
city's good Kevcrnl days rgo , but bad
jirglcctcd'to do so , and hcnco W&B cared
for in the cnlabooFC , lie legged lustily to
lo released , and renewed his piomhca to
Joseph UOSB , of DIG Upper Bronitway ,
Council BlulTs , rnoUcs tbo best butler tubs
in tliewBt , nnd sills thtm at the lowest
The heavy rains hnya inado numerous
lind brcakH In tlio sticets , tome sewcrn
tncnkiogin , acd in scmo Instances tlio
dirt filled in the trenches where water pipes
have bten laid , bos to settled that those
driving along the streets nro in dangci of
meeting with serious accidents. On Broadway -
way there are two cr imro breaks in nil
Ktvicit , nnd little bltH of board had been
stuck tip na warnings. They rervo fairly
in tbo day time , but nt night lanterns ,
thould turoly be hung out ,
The nctltn of the ccrcmon council in
repealing tlio saloon liceuto ordinance ,
nnd nlto that concerning commcn carriers ,
TidscH a nice question as to certain cases
just brought in the superior court. For In
stance , In regard to the expresuncn against
whom crmplalnt was entered for standing
on forbidden ground , tlio ordinance Imv-
iaifbccn repealed do tot the coses brought
under it drop ? Of coureo it was In cfTcct
ivlicn tbo oiTcneo was coicndtted , but now
ihnt tlio cascB are to bo disputed 'of , tlio
penalty cannot bo tillxcd under any
law now in force. There nro ctnio ottior
liccceo < | UCbtioiiH ellll etandlng also , uiul
come saloon cases ,
U'ho Ealoon men struck upon n happy
lilt of policy jestcrday In Miultlng up
nUIctly in accordance with law. It bars
cot the charge that votes nro bought with
drinks ; that rcon were made drunk and
then run In , nnd in fact numerous clalum
common to Huch n day , nnd especially to
1)0 guarded ngaintt In voting upon n iigoi-
tian \vblih saloon men nro directly in-
tcrcatcd. A more sober set of voters was Cii
xiocr teen hero than yesterday , nnd there iPI
never wan an election hero in which drinks PIb
wcro eo completely kept out of the contest , PIS
At tbo meeting of the school board
Monday evening there arose ah unfor. 01
tunato state of affairs. President Aylei.
worth was present , and Directors Browen
. Spoon er , Clausen , Pettlbouo nnd Molt.
On & motion to elect n principal for
Xlnomer school , Messrs. Mott , Clansuii
nnd 1'cttlbono did not vote , claiming that
no election of teachers could legally take
place under the rule. President Aylei-
worth decided thnt three voting nlllrnm.
Uvcly carried the question , they being all iitl
that voted. The three who refrained from tlti
voting then withdrew and the other thrco tiC
proceeded to elect Mr. Hatch principal of
the DIocinor school , and to select other
leachni and janltorr. It looks as if the Ic
Biiiool booid was now in a cnaro which It Icti
would take much time to
pick out and 111
As thcrb is ci
nothing of consequence ciol
to lake place at Council lilufl'd or ol
vicinity July 4111,0 largo portion of 11 !
ourcitizoiiB are-Koine to Bioux Oily to biai .
uttond the grand celebration at that ai
place , Iloreo , lioao , liurdlo and footraces todl
races nro the
among attractions. The
special train will leave Broadway
depot at 0:30 : a , in , Faro for tlio to
round ( rip only ? 3 50 ,
For lalo at a bargain 30,000 , choice lori
oorea foot fence posta , by Vnughan , at
a reduced price.
You can got a nice picture book ,
"Sunshine for Children , " and two
Ghromoa worth $2.20 for 25 cents nt
J. Muellers. It is an advertisement
of the Weber Piano , for which Muel
ler la agent.
Vex unle at a bargain 30,000 choice
BCFon fo .t fence posts , by Vaughan , at
A reduced price. l
FICKLE FATHERS ,
They Consider n Number of
Ordinnncea and Then Wipe
Out All the Records.
Some Importnnt SnKRe Uon n lo
FroiorvlriB the City' * Honllh
The Old Snloon Ordlnnnco to Stand
Kopoaled Unlit Another Ono
Can Bo Made.
There wns an Interesting session of
the city council Monday night , which
was prolonged until midnight. All
the members were present except
After the reading of the minutes ,
the salaries of city officers were
An invitation wns received from the
members of St. Francis' church , ask
ing the officials to join In their Fourth
jf July celebration.
The claim of Ellen O'Harn for
? 1,000 damages for injuries received
jy falling into Oamond it Taylor's
: ollnr was presented and referred ;
ilso a claim of Patrick Feoloy for
? 300 damages by Hooding his prop-
: rty near Bancroft and Durant streets.
Referred to city attorney.
J. P. Duehnell , of DCS Moines ,
cut in a request for the city to sub-
cribo for ten copies of his now di-
ectory nt § 2 f > 0 each. Referred to ,
Notice was received from John T.
Stewart that ho had secured n judg-
ncnt against the city of about 900 ,
md desired to have it settled. Re-
erred to city attorney.
The chief of police reported that
ho bawdy liouso corner of "Vino nnd .
Jrynnt streets hnd been suppressed.
On motion of Alderman Shugart ;
t was decided that in regard to the
iroposod alley between Bancroft nnd
ilain street nt the head of Court
troot , thnt the city attorney nnd en-
incer proceed to condemn fifteen feet
or that purpose , and also to condemn .
ho other twenty feet , so that the city
night learn the opst , and then decide
rhcthor to make it n simply alley or
The city attorney reported that the
Jhicngo & Northwestern railway com-
iany was undecided whether to raise
ho bridge two feet or clenr up to
rado. Itwould ) do ono or the othernnd
nther fnvored bringing the ynrd ,
racks and nil up to full grndo.
The city engineer reported in fnvor
f constructing the river levco in no-
ordanco with the pinn of the Union
'aciiic engineers. It would not , as
xpcctcd , protect oil the bottom , but
nly the noithern portion of the city ,
mt wculd prevent destructive cur-
onts. Ho also reported in favor of
ho construction of n dnm or bulk-
cad on Indian creek , between First
nd Second streets , ns the initiatory
lore toward the permanent improve
ment of the creek as a great sewer ,
'ho cost would bo $1,500 , but the
rholo of the $2,300 in the fund could
o judiciously expended ,
Alderman Shugart explained that
y atnto law a sewerage tax could be
avicd on the city , as a whole or in
On motion of Aideiman Wood , the
ngincor wea insttucted to draw plans ,
na advertise for bids for material , to
cport at the next mooting.
The engineer's report on the levee
ras accepted , and ho and the city at- :
Drnoy instructed to proceed with the
ondemnation for right of way.
Mayor Bowman reported that the
imatca of the old Sioux City house
ad been removed nnd quarantined.
Alderman Shugart suggested that
: cps should bo taken to compel vnc-
inntion throughout the city. It was
ecidcd that the aldermen sitting as a
oard of health shall take such action ,
lutcad of the council , and the mayor
nncunccd thnt ho would soon call
itch a meeting , and that a city physi-
ian should bo elected and do so.
Alderman Shugart thought the or-
inanco regarding nuisances should bo
ovised , IIo was informed that it did
ot prevent manure nnd rubbish from
cing thrown into the alleys. The
lerk read the ordinance to show that
; was already sufficient. Alderman
ftiod remarked thnt no ono wns con
ic ted under it , the trouble being to
royo that the person on trial really
ut the nuisance thoro. The clerk
tiled attention to ono lot where
vcnty old chccso , ono dead horse ,
nd many cans of fruit had already
uou dumped , Alderman Eichor
loko of the manure being thrown
ito Indian creek , iu violntion of the
The clerk snid Judga Aylosworth
lought a deputy should bo appointed
> attend especially to nuisances and
ceiiBo. ' , Alderman Newell thought
per on should bo appointed by the
auncil to act under its direction. The
myor thought that the policemen had
mo to attend to those matters. Al-
orman Shugart pronounced the alloys
a in a horrible condition , and breed-
ig disease. Ho therefore moved
nit the marshal bo instructed to no-
ify parties to remove nuisances ,
Alderman Siodcntopf.roportod that
10 committee had made a rental
MO with Herman it Martin for the
yo lota by the court house for a hay-
larkct , the rent to be $4 a month ,
nd either party to give thirty days
atico to slop the lease Report con-
irrod in. llo also reported thnt the
d scales hnd been stored InthoPhoo-
ix hook and ladder company's old
.aiding , where they remain useless
id liable to ruat out , The commit-
o on city property was instructed to
sposo of them as seemed best.
Further time was given in the mat-
r of opening Avenue D.
Further time was given to look up
10 assessment of bottom lands bonging -
nging to the Union Pacific. ra .
Alderman Wood reported that in
igard to the proposed improvement
the city jail ho found that the iron '
ills proposed wore qulto expensive ,
id the committee recommended that
a improvement bo made on the pros
it lot , It being better to wait until a '
jrruanont building could bo erected.
Alderman Newell reported adverse-
' on planting a new lamp post ou
venue D and Eighth atreot , but in
ivor of taking up ono of them ncnr
lore , and putting it at the point do- so
red , Ho also called attention to the seat .
fAct that the fill on lower Main street
had covered the lamp posts ono half ,
so that a man could easily reacli the
lights. Ho thought they should bo
raised between the 0. , B. it Q. nnd
Rock Island depots especially. Ho
also reported in favor of n lamp post
on First street , between Bloomer and
It was decided that the committee
should so for ns possible rear
range posts rather than plant now
ones , and that the snado trees
should bo trimmed so as not to interfere -
fero with light * .
The committee on parks reported
that Market atrcot was being extend-
bd into the park , nnd would soon bo
finished , making the easiest access of
any.Aid , Newell said that the obstruc
tion at the south end of Cherry street
hnd been ordered removed some time
ago , but the marshal had not done so.
Attention was called to the fact that
property owners on Scott street threat
ened nn injunction if any moro dirt
was taken out there , as it wns cutting
it below grade ,
Petitions for sidewalks on the west
side of Walnut , between Fourteenth
nnd Sixteenth nvonucs ; on tlio north
side of Sixteenth avenue , between
Third nnd High streets ; and on the
west side of Third street , between
Eleventh and Twelfth avenues , were
On suggestion of Aid. Shugart the
supervisor nnd committee on streets
ivero authorized to employ n man to
ice to it thnt prisoners were woikocl
jn the streets. Mr. Shugart said ho
lid not believe in letting prisoners
oaf nround the jail , or turn them
ooso on promises to pay. They should
vork out their Tines or pay them.
The now ordinance in regard to It-
icnsing common carriers was brought
] p. It provided thnt the licenses
ihnll bo $25 per year , a license in no
: nao to bo issued for leas than six
nonlip. It was decided to make it
$15 and no lees timp than n year , and
.ho judiciary committteo nnd city at-
ornc-y wore instructed to so rcframo
The ordinance increasing the licenses
> f circuses from $50 to $150 was
The ordinance requiring second
mad dealers to keep n registry , open
.0 the inspection ot oflicors , under n
penalty of 'not loss than $10 nor moro
.linn $50 was passed.
The ordinance providing for a side
ivnlk commissioner to bo paid $2.00 n
lay while employed , waa referred to
, ho judiciary committee.
An ordinance was presented amend
ing the liconsu of dollar stores so that
t would bo $20 n month for short
periods , and $150 by the year.
Aldermnn Newell , at thid stage of
the proceedings , objected to so many
ittlo ordinances nnd amendments as
being confuf ing. Ho believed in hav
ing all the ordinances in regard to
icenscs codified into ono carefully
Irawn ordinance , so that all could
jnsily find what was what. It would
nko n little time lo do this , but would
It was suggested that this would
lot be finished until after the first of
luly , nt which date licenses should bo
aken out. If
allowed to stand as
low , saloon men , common carriers
md others would , on thnt date , iako
> ut licenses nt the old rates for the
: oming quarter at least.
After much talk , it was decided to
10 the best plan to repeal the license
irdlnoncea and not have any until the
lew ono could bo passed , which would
30 soon , and could bo made to date
jack to July 1. As the ordinances
massed duiing the evening could not
30 repealed , and , in fact , had not bo-
omo law until published , the council
fas in a sj.d'y ' mixed condition. Ic
ras at last decided that the quickest
rny was to cxpungo from the records
ho action concerning these ordinances ,
nd , wiping it all out , begin over
gain. An ordinance was then prc-
ented by Alderman Newell repealing
ho old saloon licence ordinance and
ommon carrier ordinance , so thnt
one could secure next quarter's
iccnso under their provisions.
The new saloon liceuso ordinance
as brought up for final action , but
s it wna desired to first hoar whether
tie amendment had carried or not , it
ivB laid over , The fire department
rdinniicowns also laid over.
It was decided that tha aldermen
Imll meet Wednesday afternoon to
rnmo n complete license ordinance ,
nd to meet for action next Thursday
Alderman Siodontopf reported in
ivor of the construction of a num-
or of cross walks ; also that Union
venue shall be kept in repair ns far
s completed , there being some wash-
uts already ; nlso to repair Rich
troot so far ns possible. Concurred
The mayor was authorized to place
arrels of ice water , for public drink-
ig places , near the Methodist church ,
oar Broadway and Main street , at
( roadway and Center , at intersection
f Pearl and Main streets , nnd nt
Inyliss park , It was suggested that
! io practice indulged In by some , last
nmmor. of washing themselves in
lese barrels , bo stopped by having
10 barrels covered and spigots nr-
uigml ; nlso that the barrels bo placed t
n stilts , nbovo dry-water mark.
Adjourned until Thursday night ,
Foil SALE. Soda fountain com-
loto. J. B. Atkins , 310 Brondnay ,
CITY ICE CREAM PARLOR.
A now stock of french Cream Confoc-
onnry just received at the fashionable
o cream , fruit and confectionary
uporium of Smith it McCuon , sue-
issors to Erb & Duquette , 404 Bruad-
Thomas A. Gait , of Sterling , was in tha
ty yesterday , lucking after tha ngrlcul-
iral machinery business. ti Vi
Col. CocLrane boa goue again to hU fit LI .
D. 1) , Clark leave * for Des Molnes to-
ty to attend the second annual meeting
the Farmers' Protective association , In 1
hlch be In enthusiastically Interested ,
WANTED. A partner to take half or
'hole interest in finest fitted up Bil-
ard Hall and Saloon in the city.
! * collont location. Enquire at 521
outh Main street , Council Bluffs.
For nalo at a bargain 30,000 choice
ivon foot fence posts , by Yaughan ,
a reduced price ,
BUSY WITH BALLOTS.
To Beer or Not to Beer Thai
the Question Yes
Too Much Wntor to Suit Even the
Prohibitionist ! .
Men , Women nnd Bands Flock About
Yesterday was the ono sot nsldo for
the balloting on the proposed pro-
hibitorjr amendment to the constitu
tion , 'Ihoday wns frnught with inter
est , niid this showed itself in rnrious
ways. During the forenoon there wns
n dnsl of rain , but this did not
dampen the order of either the "for"'or
"against" party , but at noon there bo
gnu a steady rain , which continue'1
much of the afternoon , lessonin
Homownnt the numbers of the crowd
Imnginc about tliu pulls , and causiui
many lo perform the duly of voting
as speedily ns possible and then see
There wns much lively tnlk nbou
the poll ) nnd earnest discussion , bu
little of it ripened into anything mon
than hct arguments. The enthusiasm
seumodto bo mainly on the side of th
nnti-pwhibitionistp , the tompernnc
folks being largely inclined toward n
moro quiet contest
the misic on their sido. Thrco bandi
wore engaged , the Juvenile band , nnd
Alkcr'sband , of this city , nnd the
Bnvari&n band of Omaha , which
though numbering only six pieces won
ns mucl or moro praiao than either of
the < there. In the nftornoor
the Juvenile band occupied
the cortidor of the Pacific liouao , and
played fdmost continuously , and played
well , while the two other bands rolled
through the streets , from poll to poll
in covered wagons.
The saloons of the city kept snugly
cloicd uitil men got so thirsty thai'
they began to renlizo what the amend
nibiit ireant , and were willing to vote
ngninstit , or in favor of anything to
slake their thirst. There was in fncf
no drinking going on , and no disorder' '
linesa desptto the enthusiasm. It wns
the first election hold hero in years
during which the saloons were liter
There were a largo number of vo
hiclcs of various forms nnd condi
tionp , vhocling voters to and from tin
bnllot-buxes. These were adorned
with banners , nmon ? thqm being no
ticed tlo following laconic appeals ;
"Maintain Your Liberty. No Slav
"Yoto for Personal Liberty. "
"Vote Against the Amendment. "
"No Fanaticism. "
"Colored voters stand by your
friend ? . The whisky power is the ally
of the old slavery power. "
"Sland by prohibition. "
' 'Choose yo this day whom yo wil
"N opro3sion. Liberty. Justice. '
" 3,000 saloons VP. 300,000 homes. '
"Voters remember Sally and the
Thii last was nn appeal based upoi :
the anecdote told by Miss Francis E.
Willatd in her recent lecture here ,
concerning a reformed man , who in
reply to ( no taunts of comrades , in
sisted on casting a prohibition vote ,
us ho declared , "for Sally nnd the
children. " It was evident that "Sal
ly" remembered the voter , if the vot-
ter did not remember "Sally. "
The ladies appeared nt the polling
places in groups of thrco to five , and
iid what they could to brace up thpso
if their husbands and masculine
Tionds who were a HUlo timid , or
loubtful upon the question. Ono
; oed matron determined that her hus-
) and should veto straight against
vhiaky ctraight , walked up to the
rindow with him , but the lollow was
lotcrmined to deceive his moro tern-
icrato companion , nnn having an ex-
ra ballot in his hand , of the ruby
olor , cast it ngninut the amendment ,
'ho quick attention of the woman ,
towovc-r , detected the fraud , nnd al-
hough it was too hto to change the
oault , she gave him n most honest
nd enrnest airing of her op-
nion of him , as they walked
If , while the hearora smiled. Tlio
idios woto for t'-.o most part treated
vith courtesy , although occasionally
hero were words in the air n little
.arsh for feminine oars , and there
roro ft few who so far forgot there-
elves ns to act rudely toward thorn ,
iho ladies showed pluck nnd nerve ,
nd most of them being known hero
s standing high in society , and of
uro womanliness of character , they
roro recognized ns such.
The counting in the city was fin-
ihod yesterday evening at 1) ) o'clock
ith the following result :
Por. Against. Mai. An'st.
'Iret ward. . 110 315 10U
econd word.237 4U4 1C7
'hlrd ' ward. . HO 315 175
'ourthward.240 ' 500 2CO
Total 733 1,510 . 607
The total vote of the city w.ib 2,273.
SOUNGIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
TrANTED Kverj t-pily Iu Council Uluffe leI
I V to takeTui WKK , 20 cents per wrelt , ilo
i-croJ by carriers. Oillcu , No 7 rent ) Htrect
jar Broad y.
TrANTEl ) To buy 100 tons broom ocrn
/V / Kcr particulars addrcua Council Bluff *
room Factory , Council lilufla , Io x U5S-2BU
For Sale nnd Rent
poll HUNT Two Iront rooms , unfariililitil ,
1 v.'ry ( 'c'lr.llc. limilro nt liiv oltke.
7IOK UKNT , Unlurutbhoa toiwi , b'll Maiu
( Street. _ JeiMiu
A1IHEK counters lor sale at Seaman's.
. _ _ _ _ _ , _ c-
VlVIOK KOIt HALK-1 lia\e ou Ii Dd ono kiln
> ol as tooJ brick as can be had In the city.
irtlca dcilrng a good irtlclo will find It to
iclr Jnl go to call at my residence , on
Incoln atcnuo , or tddrois Uobcrt Tlndale , llox
.1 , Council lilufla. loua. _ junel-lm *
710K KENT 1'art or w hole ol nice residence ,
' or Mill icll ou caiy terms , Apply at ilee
lice. _ nu 2-tL
SALE Beautiful rcatdenca loUi , MQ
> each : nothing down , and tJ per month only ,
b DAY represent a tornado Innir-
a' co company. ] e'JO-7t
SVKHVTJHNO readylortha tummer tcaeon.
'j ' The coolest gallery In tbe west. New ac-
uorle * arrlred , bott Iu city. Ca'l at Excelilor
llery , 100 Main ttreet.
ONEV To loan at from 6 to 10 per cent U
te w byODELL&PAY. J9-tl
ON EVERY DOLLAR
DV BUYINO YOUR
Eoston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main St. nnd IB Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TRY IT AKD
lake loney ,
Sell More Groceries , Sell
Better Groceries , Sell
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN
THE CITY. LOOK AT THEIR
PRICES ON A FEW LINES.
11 lb FxtraC sugar for 81 00
10 lb Standard A sugar 1 00
Dlb Granulated . susjar 100
TlbNo. 1 Boasted Ulo coffcce 1 eO
71b Nol Green lllo coJcc 1 00
1 lb IJest Routed O. 0. Java codec 39
1 lb Best Hoiwtcil Mocha 30
1 IbJllx , liaif Jain and half lllo 25
llbCnn tlilnpcd Dried Ilccf. . . 75
31b cans California Fiults 25
Clioico Talilo liutt'r jcrlb 16
York State Gallon Ami'cs 30
3lb Cnn Vclow 1'cacfies. 20
0 U > Can I lo I'eacliM 25
SlbCanStnr Peaches 15
3 lb ran \cry rest Sect Corn SO
Best lirands Spring Wheat Hour per Hick. . . 3 76
131bI5arsOlllctts Sinn 1 00
IS lb liars Kirk's Whlto Russian Soap 1 00
Hold's Hams per lb 16
IJojil's Breakfast Bacon per lb Id
Onclda Community Fruits per Jar 76
Gordon & IMlluortlfsrrcscnca OS
And Everything Else
in Stock Proportionally
Cheap. Don't Buy Any
Groceries Until You Have
Seen Us. Terms Cash.
F , J , 08BORHE & CO ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Offlco and Works , Main Street ,
J9tl&w BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo glvo special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
nlll receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods , Belting , Pioing ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Coal ,
OHAS , EENDRIF ,
D r OTA OB C
ALL : d I ABLE.
AH Shippers and Travelers will find
peed accommodation and reasonable
SOUTH MAIN 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 ( Fourth Streets. )
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AG-ENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOV/A.
Ors : Woodbury & Son ,
3EI 3XT'3E1 3C 35J 13 ? J3 ,
Cor. Pearl & lit Are. COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MAURER & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Olaas , Fine French China ,
Silver Wore &c. ,
10 BROADWAY. - COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
MRS , fl , J , HILTON , M , D,7
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 BroatUrav , Council Bluff *
V. B. AMENT. JACOB BI1IS
AMENT & SIMS ,
Lttoruoys & CouiiBollora-at-Liw ,
OODN01L BLUFFS , IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORGUTT & CO
AFD CAEPET HOITSK
Broatay , Cor , Eonrtli Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa ,
IP GHIGKERING AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdette and Western Cot IM :
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TJ
Importer and Dealer in
of all . s
kinds. Sheet Music one-
third off. Agents wanted.
C Correspondence solicited
.aLODXK JEC.3EI S S I.o
< J. MUELLER , o
COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2,00
Bluff and ffillow greets , Council Eluffs ,
Min'ors. Upholstery. Repairing , Etc. . Wood nnd Metallic Coffins ,
No. 430 Broadway , Cor. Sryant St. , Council Bluila , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET ,
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OITY. None but firat-clasa Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
METGALF BROS ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck GloveaK
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , To mi Loth , 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. - OOUNTOILi BLUFS ,
WALL PAPER AND SHADES
'ew Styles Just Received.
11 Penrl Street , Council Bluffs.
C. A. BEEBE , W. HUNYAN , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale nnd Kctall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Mrs , J , E. letcalfe and Iss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing . In all kinds of fancy . goods , eiich aa Laces , rmlrotdcrlcs , Ladles' Undernea
3f all descriptions. . Also llacdierclilo.'e , both In cllk and linen , hose ot all Kinds. thrco < l , pins ,
needles , etc. . We hope the bales will call and see our stock of goods at 639 Broadnay hi/ore go
Tg elsewhere. _
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
if All Kinds. A Fall Line of Cniivns , Felts , Embroidery , Kiilttinc
nnd StamneJ Qnodi. JJlcia A ortnont of A mil. pe Flotnroi _
Z. , T. LINDSEY & .CO. , '
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS IDWA
nd wmSIDK SQUARE CLARINCA
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