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THE DAILY BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA MONDAY , JULY 17 188' *
The Daily Bee.
Monday Morninp , July 17 ,
aunsoniPTioK KATES ;
By Carrier , - - - - - SOecnUpcr c
By Mall , - - - - - - gio.00 per Yen
OClco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nor
MAYNE & GRIFFIN , l n ( fct City Clrcnl
H. W. T1LTON. City Editor.
Slierriuhn makes p
Mnny cellars In the city wlifcb hav
never leaked before , nto now turned Int
1'on S.U.K. A froMi tnllcli cow wit
calf. L. W TUM.MH.
Officer Urooks yesterday nrrestcil on
of the Smith family for disturbing th
Store nnd dwelling for milo by Her ;
Tom llyan was so drunk yesterda
tlint Officer Brooks took him under h !
Hemn.in IB hound to cloco out.
Lee 1'nrman was comolaincd of SB !
tirday for being drunk and resisting Olli
cer ISathytc ,
Great bargains in nil goods at Her :
May Sliennan , for being drunk nn
jtsing vulgar language , was taxed cnoug
to make n $10 bill lit art broken on Satui
Joseph Itclter makes suits in the lal
cit styles at 310 Broadway.
Key. S. U. Lyons , f Fnn Francisct
who Is visiting KPV. Mr. Welch nrdfamllj
officiated at St. 1'aul'n Kplccop.il cliurc
Fine line of menu' , boys "nnd sid
Baddies at Sherman's , 124 S Main ,
At the Congregational church last ov <
ninfr , Kev. Mr. I [ amiin gave another < :
his eeriei of Bennoim on the ten commani
Millinery goods fiIty cents on the do !
ar at Hemiian's ,
The Juvoviloband gave n streetparail
and some excellent music Saturday aftci
noon us an advertisement for the ba
gaino which didn't take place.
The Milwaukee k St. Paul folks ai
using the old Kansas City railway builc
ing an headquarters until they can gi
their new brick depot done.
There wcio many Saturday afloruoc
whoso nerves began to shako an the blac
clouds rolled tip HO suddenly. It wi
enough to warn ono of a cyclone , bi
proved to bo only a dash of rain with
little wind ,
The water works company has pu
chased of John Hammer n lot on Dancro
Htrcot just north of CharleH Moore's rei
dencc , nnd proposes to put up there
brick buuilding , two etones , for its gcnei
oflice nnd headquarters.
There i much doubt whether the <
dlnanco creating a paid fire department
Council Lluffs la of nny account. It
claimed that it takes theeo-fourths of t
counc'l ' to pats au ordinanca , nnd th
there were lesd than that number of /
derrnen present when this ordinance w
To-night an enjoyable enlcrtuinmc
and varied programme of music and mlr
is promised nt Dohany'a by Mclntyro
Heath's combination. There has been
dearth of amusements of late , and t
coming of this company will prove
The complaint made aualmt Mi
BOVSOH by Wells Cook , to the effect th
his barn and Burroundlnps constituted
nuisance , occupied Judge Ayleswortl
time and attention most of Saturday , T
cane was taken under advisement until I
Concordla Lodga Knights of 1'ythi
has installed anils ollicora fortlioeimil
term , Jasoph Jtelter , L' . C.1I. ; Nutt ,
O. ; A. Auber , prelate ; F. Luchon , V. <
O. Boru-hausi'ii , M. of K.j ] i. Graul , M.
F. ; T. Kettler , K. of It. 1) . S. ; J. Kie
. i ler , M. ntA. ; Wil iam Uubee , T. C ! . ;
Xoat , Q. G.j A. Jlohor , D. D. G. 0.
Complaints have been entered agah
n number of fcmlniuesof soiled rcpututlt
and they arc rxpccted to step into coi
nnd pay their flucf , or In other words
put up their licence money for the nuin
The list embraccH Kitty Everett , Hir
Meeker , Alllo licnton , Jesse Lo ) Korrt
May Sherman and Stella Long.
There was much disappointment H
urdny afternoon among the base I
lovers. They had set their hearts upo
treat In seeing a game between tha Un
Pacific nnd Council Bluffs nliiea , but
muddy condition of the grounds pro vent
There were a number hero from Glcnwo
Omaha and other places , who were clou
disappointed. It is understood that
game will bo played next Thursday nf
The following are the poatofl
changes in Nebraska and Iowa dur
the week ending July 8 , 1882 , fu
iahod by William Van Vleok , of
poatofllco department ;
Established Philipaburi' , Out
county , George Gillot , P. M ,
' Discontinued -Walnut Grove , Ki
, Naino and site chanuod Dayt
Boone county to Cedar Rapids.
Postmasters appointed Winnc
fie , Oinalm rtaorre , Cornolius
O'Connor ; Yale , Valley county , 01
W , Casa.
Established"Atkins , IJonton co
ty , John M , Horn , P. M. ; Irving
Kosauth county , Burr 0. Minklur ,
1 , ; Violo , Lou county , Albert [
burn , P. M.
Discontinued Finchford , ill
HaltiD | a Bade.
John Hayes , Credit P. 0. , boys that
nine months he could not raise hU hi
to hU head through lameness in the she
der , but by the use of THOU AH' ELIOT
OIL he wag entirely cured , jullO-d
PATCHING PATCH WORK
The Aldermen Themselves Die
Rusted With the Troublea
of Ordinance Making.
They IIopo to bo Alilo to Itemed
Pnst Blnmler TeAt -
At n meeting of the council , hoi
Friday night , there wore only four al
dcrmon present , Messrs. Newell , Shu
giut , Siedontopf and Eicher , and th
ordinance covering licenses of all sorter
or attempting to cover them , was th
chief theme of talk. CityAttorno
Mayno had prepared nn ordinanc
amending some of the glaring defect
in it , but a discussion brought to ligh
so many other faults , and so man ;
questions of doubt , that the task G
remedying scorned n hopeless ono.
Somoof the aldermen wore in favo
of making the amendments neodci
right then and there , ono after atl
other , BO no to got the thing fixed up
Alderman Siodentopf thought It bet
tcr go slow and sure. Ho nald th
council had become a laughing fltocl
on accojnt of its hasty and wreckles
way of making ordinance ? , nnd wlioi
this paiticular ordinance was nex
fixed up , ho wanted it so that it wouli
not have to bo changed again riih
There was much talk about win
was to blame for the mistakes. I
was laid off on The Nonpareil , i
being that itu printers had made n
many typograpical errors in the firs
publication an to render n rovisioi
necessary , Then The Nonpareil hai
failed to correct eomo of the inie
takes marked to bo corrected
and hence the second publication wa
Alderman Newell objected I
the clerk sending the original ordi
nance to the printers , It should b
kept , and a copy sent. Then whei
the original was asked for in court i
could bo produced , not in "takes , " a
nathcrud up in the printing ollico , bu
in its entirety.
Alderman Shugart insisted that or
d in an ccs should bo spread upon th
minutes and then n copy made for th
printers , and the proof compared wit )
The clerk explained that The Non
parcil did not have typo enough t
korp the ordinarco standing a day s
as to give time for this nort of prou
Ono of the aldermen suggested thn
the council get some paper that di
have typo enough.
The defects and mistakes in th
ordinance were then pointed out nofu
as discovered , with the uncertainty o
how many morn there might bo yi
Mr. Written , in behalf of the 03
prcseinon , objected to the charm
made in regard to common carrier !
It wan not at all in accordance wit
what the agreement was by which tli
carriers had paid in their money.
After much talk , it was discovert
that it took three-fourths of the com
cil to suspend the rules or pass an o
dinanco , and there were only fet
present. This seemed a startler I
the aldortnon , and the query nrot
whether some ordinances had n <
boon passed by a leas number than r <
fjuirod by law. It was stated that tli
fire department ordinance was tin
illegally passed. There being on
vote too few , and the council nc
being able to do anything with th
defective ordinance , on which the
had spent the evening , it waa cai
eluded to try to-night to got onoug
of the aldermen together to fix the 01
dinanco up as it should bo. Afte
making the amendments and publist
ing thorn , it will take live days bofoi
they are in force , and in the meat
time peddlers , etc. , will luxvo it the
own way and the officers can do notl
ing about it.
A FAST YOUNG MAN.
Bo Fnat that Ho Qota Awny with
Hotel 13111 unit n. Valuable Team ,
About two months ago a young me
named Uoorgo MolJrido came to th
cit ) ' , and made Ins headquarters ut tl
Ogdoti house. lie had been hero
year previous , and during his stay lit
conducted himself apparently straigh
BO that there was little suspicion c
his second comingHo claimed to 1
a oiyil engineer , and hin baggage i
eluded a sot of surveying instrument
a tent , and other traps. IIo did n
seem actively engaged in any businet
and explained that ho was waiting f
n promised position in the employ
the Union Paciiio railway compan
IIo was well dressed , Boomed to ha
plenty of money , were an obundan
of jewelry , noted the time of day 1
an elegant gold watch , and seemed
bu prospering in all hia ways , 1
was something on the sport , was gc
erous in his spondings nt the bar , a
was equally free to have drill
charged. The board bill kept
growing ; and the young man'a r
kept on shrinking. He claimed
have lost considerable money on t
races , but expected remittances setA
A week or BO ago he was press
for hia board bill , which had read :
1,0 over 80 , and gave us an excuse !
delay that ho was to do BO
jr wor'c at Florence , und would rcce
$100 from there Monday last. Si
IX day night ho disappeared , and 1
hotel folks now look mournfully
the remaining baggage as an eciui
lent for their $80 bill.
The next hoard of tl'o young in
is from Missouri Valley , where ho i
pears to have gone directly from ho
On Tuesday night ho appeared
Ihomaa Evans' livery atablo the
and hired a team and covered bujj
to go out in the country to BOO 1
uncle , who formerly lived in this ci
and was engaged in business ho
loung McUrido returned with t
team about 1 o'clock at wight , but t
not settle for ir , saying that ho want
it again for a trip to Lo an. In t
morning ho took the team again wi
the understanding that ho would
back by noon or shortly after , 1
time were on and Thursday passt
and still no tidings from him. 8
picion was aroused and the owner a
oflicera itartod off to fma him. Wll
Middleton , the sheriff of Ilarrii
county. F. L. DAVIS and Mr. Evar
were in the ciiy Saturday , havin
been looking in various directions i
vain. They have not abandoned th
hunt , howovrr , or the hope of captui
ing him aiul T < cjvering the property
The team thus taken consisted c
bay liorsea , weighing about 1,00
nounds each each. The near ono is
little the speedier of the two , an
has n white spot on the forohcm
The buggy has a top , its body is painl
od wino color , and its running gcs
black. The harness is black trimmec
The young man himself is of modiut
height , black curly haired , nmoot
face , and rather thick lips. The hole
men , as well as Mr , Evans , are vor ,
anxious to learn his whereabouts , an
it is probable that ho will ere long b
OITY IOE OKEAM PARLOR.
A now stock of french Cream Confcc
tioimry just received at the fashionabl
ice cream , fruit and confectioner
emporium nf Smith A McCuon , sue
censors to Erb .t Duquette101 IJroad
Dovlllsh Plot to Wreck Trains for th
Purpoao of Robbery.
Corrcspondcnco of The Ilcc.
LOCIAN , la , , July 15. Quito a ripple
plo of excitement was created in ou
town this morning by the nppcar.inc
of Deputy Sheriff Fred J. Jloburts , o
Dunlap , who , together with Dctecttv
Charles 0. Healy , of the 0. & N. W.
and the S. 0. it P. railroads had 5i
custody parties who gave their name
as follows : Ira Stage , E. 0. Bald
ridge , John F. Smith and 0. Wilson
The prisoners were arraigned bofor
George Wilson , justice of the peace
on the charge of conspir cy to dilc !
and wreck a train on the 0. & N. W
railroad r.nd ono on the S , C. it I
railroad , on or abodt the 13th of Julj
1882 , for the purpose of robbery.
Defendants were arrested last nigh
about 1 o'clock a. m. , in the city o
Blair , Nebraska , and convoyed to tin
town this morning by the officer
Defendants waived an oxaminntio
and their bonds were fixed at Sl00
iach , in default of which they wor
onvoyrd to quarters in our count
Too much praise cannot bo given t
'epnty ' Sheriff Roberts and Detectiv
loaly lor the manner in which the
ave worked up the cnso and labore
bring to justice the parti03 of
ocp laid and horrible scheme , and i
' 10 persons arrested are the guilt
nes , they will no doubt receive thoi
ovrard at our August term of the dii
riot court. Au-iu.
ITojio ou , Hopn Ever.
To matter what the ailment may be , rhei
latimn , neuralgia , lamcnc'H. astluni
ronchitia if other treatment have failc
hope onlooat unco for THOMAS' 15 MS
nnoOir , . It will seturo you iinmnlia
S OIIOUTT & CO.
il esiro to call attention to a largo h
f very desirable Dress Goods , whic
, hey are closing at 12)1 ) and 20c. pi
PREPARING THE PRO GRAB
'ho ' Purees Offered for tljo Septen
ber Mooting : Here , nnd the Ar
rangements for the Folr.
The plan for having an agriculturi
'air in connection with the fall moo
tig of the Driving Park associatio
iBems to bo meeting with favor , an
, ho promise is given that it will b
lighly succcasfiil in all respects. Th
late fixed upon is September 18tli t
! 2d inclusive. Buildings are to b
irocted nt once and all convenience
irovidod. It is propablo that Chorr
itrcot will bo voeited in order to giv
uoro room for the association , th
slty to take in its place a strip jut
iast of that struct. Liberal promiun
ara to bo offered for stock nnd ngr
cultural exhibits , and arrangement
are being made for holding a stoc
sale of thoroughbred cattlo.
There promises to bo a aplondi
showing of speed also , The ussocii
tion has proposed the following list i
purses , the aggregate reaching near !
810,000 : .
K1KST DAY , HF.1TKMIIKU 18.
No. 1-lliin , A ' milo dash , 2-yoa
olds , for lowa'and Nebraska colt
$200 , § 100. § 50 , fl0 ! nnd $20 ,
No. 2 Pace , freo-for-allS500S25i
$125 , $75 and $50.
HECONI ) DAY , BKI'TEMIIKK 19.
No. a Trotting , a minute clas
$500 , $250. $125 , $75 and $ f.O.
No. 4 Trottimr , 2W : : claan , $500-
$200 , $125 , $75 and $50.
No. 6 llun , I ' milo , 2 in a. $500
$150 , $75 , $15 a'nd $ aO.
TllIJtl ) DAY , SKl'TKM/lKU 20.
No. 0 Trotting , 2:40 : class , $000
$300 , $150 , $1)0 ) and $00.
No. 7 Trotting , 2:2a : class , $000
$300 , $150 , $ ! )0 ) and $ CO.
No. -Hun , U miles , novolt
$500-$100 to A , $150 to mile , ai
$250 to finish. '
KOUllTH DAY , HKITKMBKU 21.
No. 0 Trotting , 2:50 : class , $500-
$250 , $125 , $75 and $50 ,
No. 10-Trotting , 2:38 : class , $5
-8250 , $125 , $75 and $50.
No. 11 Huii , 1 * milo , ever 0 lit :
dies , $000$300 , $150 , $90 and $11
FIFTH DAY , BE1TEM1IF.H 22.
No. 12 Trotting , 2:27 : class. $0
-$300 , $150 , $90 and $ GO.
N ° . 13 Trotting , free for all , $7
-$350 , $175 , $105 nnd $70.
No. 14 Run , 1 mile , a in 5 , $ C
-$300 , $150 , ? 90 and $00.
1'or ' Bunaatioiml
trotters or pac <
Judge Heed Ima returned home.
Dr. Thomas JelfroU id on the crlppl
list by n bore foot.
George T. Shaw , of Hock IslauJ , whc
interested iu coal and coke , Suudayel
the Ogdeu ,
Wm. 1'uUt , of Milwaukee , who kno
all about will machinery , wns a nojourt
here over Sunday.
Major MArsell , of les Moiuoa , who v
formerly in railway business here , w
Sunday In thi city.
W. H. Wnterbui-y , of Chicago , v
among the commercial tourist * , who
Sunday i\t the Ogdcn.
! ' . Ii. Davl , nf Missouri Vnlley , i
Agent of the State Insurance company
spent Saturday in the city.
Mr. McKune has gone to Chicago in Hi
ntcrcet ? of the Driving Park osiociatior
of which lie is manager.
A , 0. Clark , of I'httsmoulh , WM in tli
city yesterday \lsiting his brother , the fj
nan of The Nonpareil , and other iclallvu
A. J. Caughey , who has been tcachin
ichool at Ixiwis , has now net apart tw
weeks for n visit to friends here , his ol
K.K. Hnrkncss , of Harkness , Orcutt <
3o. , has gone east with his family , con
lining the pleasure of meeting friend
vlth the business of buying goods ,
1) . M. Smith , who was proprietor of th
ilKKN homo when It burned , haiatrange
o open a hotel at Defiance , A new town o
he Milwaukee it St. I'aul road ,
Mr. and Mrs. V. X. 1'iuey have left fn
ho cast , where with Mrs. Montgomcr
nnd children they will upend some time o
ho sepihoro with their parent" , Gen , nn
James Krainey , 1'sq. , "eft last ov'cnin
or the cnst lo purchase 'stock for th
atloring establishment which ho expect
o open teen , He will bo abient nboii
1'liil. M cShauc , of the hardware firm c
IcSliano & Sullivan , Omaha , WHS amen
hose tllsappoiiitnl on not seeing the pron :
sod ball game on Saturday. Ito helterc
litneeh in Tin : liix office , and waited fu
Never Give Dp.
If you are suffering with tlow and dt
reused Bnlrits loss of appetite , gciien
ebility , disordered blood , weak constitn
ion , hotdncho , or any diseaBO of a biliou
inturo. by all means procure n bottle o
.ilcctrio Cittcrs. You will bo burpriscd t
ce the rapid improvement that will follow
roil will bo inspired with now llfi
trciiRth and activity will returnpain ; an
nisery will cease , anil henceforth you wi
ojuico in the praise of Electric Kitten
Sold at fifty cents n.bottle , byC. F. Gooc
A MAGNIFICENT TROSSEAt
The Elopcant UolleotloD of Dresse
for n Young Brldo.
Perhaps the Ducat wedding trof
suau ever made in this country ha
uat been sent from John Want
linker's dress department to a youn
ady in Norfolk , Virginia. Thor
were sixteen dresses in all , wondorfi
combinations in silk , satin and lace
uat such dresses as ladies rave ovc
with exclamations of delight. Th
wedding dress was of white satin an
luchcsse lace. The gown was cc
, vith square neck nnd n flowing due :
train , trimmed with lace , and a duel
osso lace fichu , the entire front boiii
covered with lace. The silk wo
slashed out at the bottom _ anc
the slushes filled with lace. A ditim
tlresa was made of old gold brocad
and satin , princess back and pannier ;
.ho front shirred on' iho bask , nn
.rimmed with Spanish lacp. Tli
square neck w.ia filled in with luci
and the elbow alcoves are elaborate !
trimmed with lace. A garnet sat ;
do Lyon dress , to wear at a receptid
or dinner , bore a front of damasi
embroidery , Bufant back , and pointc
basque front and back , trimmed wit
ecru embroidery. White nun'a veilir
trimmed with Oriental lace , formed
dress for afternoon or carriage wea
The front was trimmed with alte
nato pleatinga of lace and veilini
Jabot lace encircled the neck and fc
in lines down the front and back. Tl
sleeves were were nlso trimmed wil
aco. A morning dress was made <
jronzo and figured ailk , with two doc
pleated sides on the skirt ; slip
Jrapcd apron front nnd full drapir
) ask , with a sash trimming of fi ;
ured silk. Another dress was mac
of black watered nnd plain satin me
voillous , and still another was con
loscd of black Spanish lace npd moil
atripo. A blue cashmere dressir
lack was handsomely trimmed wit
Millions O-ivon Away.
Millions of Hottleiof Dr. King's No
Discovery lor Consumption , Coughs ai
Jolcls , have been given nwny as Tri
liottlen of the 'nrg ' ? sizo. TliU cnonnoi
outlay would bo 4inastrou3 to the pr
[ irlutorn , were it not for the rarp mcri
| )03 esel by tills wonderful medicine. Or
at 0. V. Uooilman'ti Drug Store , nnd g
Tri * ! Uottlo free , andj.try for youraol
wir UK o ourj.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIA
NOTICE , Special adtertlacmenta , auc
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Bale , To Koi
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In tl
column at the low rate of TEN CENTS I'l
LINK for the Ont Insertion and FIVE CEN"
PKlt LINE for each eulnoijuont Insertln
Lciuo u.lv ertlsctucnta at our olllce , No ,
1'forl HtrH.'t. near llrnadv\ay.
\WANTK1J A KOtil horse , for Bcntral ) ii
VV poim , Mclcht about BOO. Inquire tt
II. Uaj no & Co. ' , 311'carl street. JulU t
A TED A flret-class barber lirmcdlate' '
W Appij to J , J , UcoJ , Coui ell Itlu's , la ,
Eterybody In Council Bluffs
WANTED Tin U , 20 cents per week , t
mcrcd by carriers. OlHie , No 7 1'carl 8trc <
To buy 100 tons broom uoi
WANTED addresa Council Illu
llroom Factory , Council lIliiBa , Iowa , e.18.2.111
For Sale and Rent
r Dll BALE-At a bavaln , . rest uran | a
_ L ; bakery , nicely furnirliuJ , and lun > / a go
1UJIHB Mtrouajt * . AdUruK , box setentv , E
eisou , lowj. Jyl&-0t' '
f Olt BALK A red Ir'th ' sitterdrg , 1 jear o
k1 thoroiiKhlv jard bmkru. will sell chw
Addtcn S , I1. O. b x 1042 , C. II. Iowa.
Ju' ' ) 3-1 m
IOH KENT. Unfurnished rooms , BU Mi
L' Stro t. jell-in
HALK Uca-itlful realdince lots , I
FOK ; nothlug ' ' jJ y fyruOIIAN
AUCOUKT Si BUOTUKlfe , Council
I L and Omaha express. Orders left at Lost
lt store. M la str et. Couno I Ululs , or J
Klllot U05 Karnun > trcct , Oniiha , will rpee " ! '
prompt attcnt on "
. - uec HS , Call aii-J i
STU.UAllEAD-Orcat specimens ct plctu
takuibrihoro'Jable golatluo broinldo prow
at the HxceU'or ' ( lallery 101 Main street
. ' - ' and Oculi
W. U I'ATrON-J'hjslclau
DH. . Is 01
Can cure any case of sore je
a matter ol time , and can cura eenirally
rom three w fl > l"lt. . l u nodlB
d. Will straighten en
oc how long dl eas
. etc. , a
jes. 0 | > eratu and remove Ptyttfjnnu.
Insert artlUclal eyes. Bpeclal
mo > elng UJoworuu , P64
DV BUYIKO YOUR
Boston Tea Go's ' Store ,
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TRY IT AND
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Ofllco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo gho special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
receive prompt attention. A general as-
Brass Goods , Belting , Ptoing ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Coal ,
CHAS. HENDRIE ,
All Shippers nnd Travelora 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 AGENT ,
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & RGBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ the best Bread Baker In the West ; ftlst
a choice hind ( or Cakes and Flaj.
Bread delivered to all parts ol the tlty.
MAURT3R & ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Blob Cut Glass , Flno French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
840 DROADWAT. COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA
MES , H. J , rtlLTOw , M. DM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Brondwnv Council Blnffg.
N , Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
Table ounp'iod with Iho best the nmrlat af.
fords , ToniiS ; 3.60anit * 1 OOporueek. Trausltinl
gl.OO per iUv
TIIOS , OWCKU ' . n
OJFI01S & PUSET ,
33 A OWIBCDE ! EC S3 ,
Council Bluffs , la.
Established , - - 1866
Dealers In Foreign and Do nestle Exch ng <
and hifne securities. _ _ _ _
T.J.OADY.MJ.J.S. . ,
( Ute Vtttrlnary Surgeon L. S. A. )
The Only Veterinary Surgeon
in the Oity.
OFFICE AT BLUE BARN ,
All of the b.8t l'by tin * lu Council Wufls ni
surround > ueountry. _
"MRS , J. P. BILLUPS ,
RESTAUBANT & EATING HOUSE ,
815 South M In Street , Council DIufll.
New house nd newly fitted up In first du .
itUe. Ue ls t all hour * . Ice cream ud Itrno.
Vii"er y irwilnf. Fruit * w > d confectioneries
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & GO. ,
Broadway Fourth Street
, or , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
IPCHICKERINC AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdette and Western Cot DVE
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TJT
Importer and Dealer in
of all kinds. Sheet Music one-
third off. Agents wanted.
O Correspondence solicited ,
J. MUELLER , C
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and fillow greets , Council Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery , Repairing , Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Blull'a , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH imil STREET.
' 1HE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but firat-class Bakoru
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
M E T O A L F BROS. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS ; . IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
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. MAYNE , ever Savings Bank , COUNCIL BLUFS
tyles Just Received.
11 Ponrl Utroot , Council BlnffN.
C. A. BEKDK , W. KUNYAN. W. UEEDE
O. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale anJ He tall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs ,
Irs , J , E , letcalt'e and Iiss Belle4 Lewis
Are nowdenllnpln all hltideof fancy ( -001 s , H'ch m Lnccs , nmbroldcrles , Ladles' Undcrwc *
ol all descriptions. Also Handkerchiefs , lic-th In elit aid linen , hose ol oil Kinds , thread , ptns ,
necdlca , ttc , Yfo bojio the laalca will call KI d eon cur stock of Kcods at 030 Droauway btfore go
ItJK eluo here.
E. J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
of All KindsA Fall Line ol Cunvnn , Felts , Emljroldory , Kulttlue
nml Stamnod Ooodn , JJtoa A ortnnntof A > nli TIP Plotnrna
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS IOW1
And W STSIDB SQITA CLARINCA IOWA ,
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