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THE DAILY BEE-CO UN OIL BLUFPS , JOWA MONDAY , JULY 24 1S8J ;
The Daily Bee.
Monday Morning , July 24.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - 20 cents pet week
By Hull , - - - - - - 110.00 per Year.
Onico : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nonr
U. 0. GRIFFIN * iUnaRcr Cllf Circulation.
H. W. T1L.TON , City Editor.
CHANGE IN MANAGERS.
Mr. C. E. Mayno , who has been the
olilcient business manager of the
Council Bluffs department of TiiElJp.K
having become interested in other
business demanding his time and at
tention , has retired from this cfllco
nnd has been succeeded by Mr. M. G
Griflin , who is so well known to the
residents of this city as to need no in
troduction. Mr. II. W. Tilton will
conlinuo in charge of the editorial and
news department , nnd the change
made will in no ways affect the per
manence and growth of THE DEI : in
Council DlufTa. It is here to stay and
to grow , and stay nnd grow it will.
Pianos and organ ? to rent at J. Muel-
The Mnnncrtlior club held an enjoya
ble picnic yesterday.
Work Is progressing lively on John
Bennett's block on Bancroft direct.
Foil SALE. A frculi'mllch cow with
calf. L. W TULLBTB.
Store | and [ dwelling for snlo by Horz-
The greenback labor party hold their
congrcHsIonal convention in thin city
Horzman.ts boundto close out.
At Mueller' * you can find Clilikeilng ,
Weber , Burdett nnd other celebrities.
Ocat bargains In all goods at Her
There were no services at the Episco
pal church yesterday , the rector nnd as
sistant both bo'ng absent.
Juhn While wns nrrcetcd by Oilircr
Edgar Saturday foi font driving nnd run
ning into buggy ,
Joseph Keller mnUcs'suItH In the Int-
eat styles at 310 Broadway.
Millinery goods filty cents on the dol-
sr at Ilcizinrm's.'J
Hannah Green entertained a goodly
number of her colored friends by a party
in Kodefrr'R hall last Fliday night.
Nick Backun has co deluded to eurrcn
der , and Saturday paid the fines and costs
for violating tlio prohibitory ordinance.
Another exciting base ball content Is
promised for next Friday , it being be
tween the Loavenworth Kedu and Counci
A nlco line of sun and garden hats at
Ellas' . july24-2t
Just received , n nice line of sun and
garden hats at Bliss' . ] uly24-2t
Judge Aylcs worth has decided In fa.
v ( r of Mrs. Benson , in the case of alleged
nuisance , in which Air. Wells Cook was
the complaining witness ,
"Tho Celebrated Caso" fa on tbo
boards to-day at Justice Frainey' * , Rosa
appearing In tbo lending role , Small
b ys and bald-headed men arc to be barred
JL largo Invoice of ladles' neckwear
just opened at Bliss' . July 2 l-2t
Buy your furniture nnd household
goods at Howe ft Son's , 214 Broadway ,
George Blaxlm's now building on
Main street had a narrow escape from
burning , the tinners having carelessly loft
their soldering stove where it started a
Do not purchase furniture before vis
iting Howe & tion'n store , If you doslro to
save money. July 21-lt
Some of the alde'i men have looked
over the proposed road change at the
driving park , And scein favorable to the
change , by which the park will have more
Justice Frainey on Saturday Issued n
warrent for the arrest of N. Winchester ,
charging him with stealing n revolver from
Byron Williams. It should more- properly
bo called a Winchester rlflo.
A man stopping at the Hock Island
house died yesterday afternoon after one
I , " * - day's illness. Ills relatives , who lire n
i- ' / " nhort distance fmm the city , 1m. o boon
notified , and nro expected to arrive to-day ,
It appears that Judge Aylenwortb de
cided that Harry Inmau was nut at all to
blame for tbo trouble whl h occurred be
tween him nml Smith on the 14th Intl. ,
and that Smith was the onu fined , Instead
Prof , Berry la po elated with the suo-
cess Hhlcli jum attended hh i rganlii'iUon
of the boys' bind Hint Tie U preparing to
drill another Mt of youthful _ inuilclam.
which muy develop Into another band.
The comuiUblouera appointed to Bilect
the > ito for the government building In
Council Blulfa consist of Hon. John P ,
Bui row * , of CLnrrldaj Hon , W. M. Wil-
sou , of Osceola , aud Hou. Jamcn M.
Pierce , of Belford.
The Work of excavating for the new
opera house fa going along , The rear of the
lot boa been wasbedlnto by _ tlio creek and It
is probable that arrangements will bo made
by the city BO that some pile-driving may
be done and filling thrown in to make
more sure protection to the properly.
When the deid are all burlei In the
ninth dUtrlct it will be an iutt rent lap
tunerul , but The Globe editor is not likely
to die In actual battle , on it looks at
( hough he had already strained himself U
death kicking a , ; Inut the wind , Coming
Officer Clough found Dennla Agin
badly ulf , Ho teemed to be cripple , auO
wan trying to carry a heavy load of ben
beside , The officer gulied him to tbc
Hotel de Fields , and locked him up.
When hi * turn came for trial Murnliu
Jackuon let him out , and told him to go uj
lsrDennis ! icftnfrd bkrdly able to
walk , but on gitting outfllde , and noticing
Uint Jackson's back was turned , ho sud
denly gained > Igor , nnd made ndash up
Glen avenue. Officer IJnrbyto followed
quickly and found him hiding nmonp
some wcedp. Ho was broueht back , nnd
massed the usual fine , for which he WM
gain put under lock and key.
The republican county convention !
to bo held nt the couit house next Frldn >
afternoon nt 1 o'clock to pclcct delegate-
to attend the state convention In D <
Molncc , August 25. Tlio township ] n
marie * , unions otherwise ordered by town
ship cominittcetncn , will be hold Tuesday
The directors of the Young Men's
Christian nnsoctatlnn having intvdo partial
arrangement * for fccurlng rooms , dcslro n
full attendance of nil members this own *
Ing nt 8 o'clock ' at No. 10 Kvcrett's block.
It Is trusted that members will not allow
ho Interest excited by the Initial steps of
10 movement to dto out , hut will rally in
ull numbers for this Important conference ,
W. W. Northwny , who has been un-
er the treatment of Dr. F. P. Dolllnger
T deafness , Is gninlng wonderfully , the
ioctor having shown much skill In the
MO , as ovldcnctd by the rapid improve-
nctit In Mr. Northway's hearing powers.
The doctor has recently removed his oflico
North Main street , and is mealing with
ncrcased patronage aa un ocjulist and
The Mncedonia Tribune drawn it very
mild In saying concerning Mnjor Andcr-
"All that bo ! t
on : can brought up ngnm >
lin seems to bo n Httlo social ncnndal In
hlch ho became entangled several yearn
; n , and tlioto Is no direct proof that ho
'as ' criminally at fault In that ; it is prln-
pally gossip. Kvery man has fault ? , nnd
ilr. Andtrson forms no exception to that
II. 0. Ayrci , cf The Hastings Plain-
calcr , gcti back at J. C. Morgan ns foi-
WB : "Nor do wo prcsutno that Morgan ,
f Tbo Globe , will deny that liu approached
candidate for the legislature- thin
ounty last fall , Inquiring If ho wns
riondly' to a certain railroad and HU -
eating that If HO , ho could procure vain-
iloald for him from a prominent mil road
Ono of the new nlreot cum ban already
net with a break , the polo ot a heavy
, ruck having been ruu through ono uldo by
The man Yntcs , who has been on a
: > rco here was fined Saturday for bclnc
runk , and Is still locked up , being unable
o pay. It Is not determined yet whether
10 will bo further prosecuted for hla tin-
ntd bill st the Ogden Iiouio.
Olllcer Sterling picked up on "un-
nowu" drunk with $2.7 < > Saturday night.
A farm band who haa been in tbo cm-
iloy of Mr. Kvcrott , complained to the
lice ycHtcrday morning that ho had been
obbecl of over ! ? ( iO. Ho claimed that ho
ettlod up with Mr. Kvcrctt Saturday
light , intending to go to Avoca yesterday.
After getting his money ho played pool
with eoiiio acquaintances until a Into hour ,
, nd then crawled into a Swede boarding
house where ho was put to bed with
stranger. Yesterday morning on awaking
10 found his packet book and money gone ,
but wkero and by whom ho could not say.
DKNVKH , Col. , Juno G , 1881.
H. H. WAKNEU & Co. : Sirs I
have boon troubled with kidney com
plaint lor four years. I am now a
well man , thanks to your Safe Kidney
noy and Liver Ouro.F.
F. B. SEMFLH ,
ulyldlw Clerk American Iluuao.
BAI.I. AND BAT-
The Dluffa Win a Victory Over tboB
& M's. of Omaha.
There was much interest created by
the guino played yesterday afternoon
n this city between the Counci !
Bluffs nine and the liurlingtou
.Missouri1 ! ) of Omaha. The grounds
wcro in excellent condition , the day
was a perfect ono , the clubs in fine
shape , and the crowd expectant , gooc
imturoa and of goodly numbers. The
Council Bluffs nine won by a score o ;
to 2. There was fine playing 01 :
both sides , and the game was an ox.
citing contest , which kept tlio iiitcrosl
if the crowd ut high pitch , while the
uiinorous creditable plays called fortl
well merited applause , In the second
'tilling a dispute nroso as to the duel
sion of the umpire , C , Uriswold , o
Omaha , and that gentleman gave
place to Oharh'N Stonart , of this city ,
The following U the ecoro in full :
II , AND Sl'rt
li.II , r. l'o , A.K
Monroe , 3d b 1 1 a 2
Kllli , B. H ( ) 0 4 1 "
Miller , r. f 1 1 0 0 (
Kortmun , 2d b 0 0 2 2 C
Jameson , 1st b 0 1 7 0 i
Bent , o , f 1
Crelghlon , 1. f , 0 0001
Diirkoo , b 0 0 1 1
liranlt , o 0 o 13 J i.
Totals a a t7 ! 111
n n. it. ro. A.I
Strock , c 0 032
Hart , 12d b 0 2 1 5
Mack , p 1 2 5 10
Clinton , let 1 1 012 0
Brown , B. H 0 0 1 1
Doherty.o. f 0 0 1 0
Urown , M. , r , f 1 001
HmUh , 8db 1 020
Clausen , ! , f , 1 000
Total * 5 4 27 19
H , mulM..O 11000000-
Councll Bl'tO 00200020
Two base bite , Mack 1 , Monroe 1.
Left uu buses B. and M's , S ; Count-
Blulln , 0.
Kirtt base on balli B , and M's , 0
Council Bluffs , 4.
Struck out B , and M's , 7j Couuc
Blulfi , 11 ,
Umplro-0 , T. Stewart.
Scorers J , N. Bowman and Gco J
Worthy oi Prolio.
An a rule wo Ho not recommend Paten
Medicines , but when we know of one tha
really la a publlo benefactor , aud dor
positively cure , thcu we consider It uu
duty to Impart that Information to ul
Electric Bittern are truly a moat vuluabl
medicine , aud will surely cure Biliousness
Foter nnd Ague , Stomach , Liver am
Kidney Complaint * , evf n were oil othe
remedUv fall. Wo know weroof weepeak
aud can freely recommend them to all.
Kxch , Sold at fifty cents a bottle , b
0. V Goodmau.
THE SILENCE BROKEN.
An Attempted Explanation of ;
Anderson's ' Postofilco Bond ,
He Admits Giving it But
Denies That it was for Poli
larJs nnd MoICitrlolc Pnt Tliom-
nolvcn In n Hole to Help the
Tin : BKE haa given publicity to the
open charge made against Major An
derson that ho haa nought to Btrido on
to power by promising a certain post-
bllico to n certain person , and that he
has given a bond of $1,000 to fulfil
the promise. The charge was made
in open convention by ono of the
delegates , who offered to produce the
bond and the proof then and there if
anyone denied the charge. Silence
reigned. It was understood that
when Major Anderson made his
apocch of acceptance ho would deny
the charge , but ho did not. The
weeks have rolled by. and not oven a
whispering of an explanation , though
the bond was published ill papers all
over the lund. At last a paper in the
eastern end of the state cent out an
explanation to the tflect that it was
Moro Webster that gave the bund ,
and Major Andorann only went se
curity lor him. The Nonpariel , as
his organ , fathered thin end gave it
to its readers , who on looking
again at the bond and noticing
that ib begun , "I , A. U. Anderson ,
no principal , " laughed at the thinness
of this explanation , nnd it dropped
Now another , a longer , amore tangled
and complicated uxplatmtion cornea
from The Sidney Union , and is given
a place in Anderson's organ and en
dorsed as the right explanation. Tua
BEI : believes in giving the public the
full benefit of nil the light that can bo
thrown on the matter , for it is the
people who uro to judge nnd to declare
their verdict in u very practical nnd
important manner at tlio polls. The
following is n synopsis of explanation
No. 2 :
"A prominent business man" of
llandolph told Major Anderson thut
the removal of D. McKitrick as post-
muster waa to be naked on the ground
that intoxicating liquors were being
sold contrary to law , and in violation
of the postoflico regulations , and re
quested Anderson to write Congress
man Ilcpburn that in case of a change
the appointment of W. F. Dorronco ,
( Anderson's brother-in-law , ) would bo
Hutisfnctory. The explanation does
lot state who "who the prominent
justness man" was , or whom the ap-
lointment would satisfy , but Audor-
ion wrote as requested , nud Dorronco
was appointed. Dr. McKitrick , the
> ld postmaster , and M.V. . Clark , his
riond , then told Anderson that no
charges were to bo preferred , and that
Dorronco's appointment was unaatis
"nctory to the people. Anderson find' '
ng ouch to bo the case requested Dor
ronco not' to accept , and Dorronco
agreed to decline the appointment.
Anderson then told McKitrick and
31ark that everything waa arranged
Mr. Dorronco wns , however , pre
vailed upon by others to accept the
oflico and remove it , and did so during ;
Major Anderson's abaonco. On his
return ho was assailed by McKitrick
and Olark with charges of having
acted in bad faith , and that ho know
all about what was going on. Ander
son denied the charges , but Clark anc
VIoKHrick declared that nothing short
of a bond would satisfy them that An-
demon had not been willfully decoiv-
ng nnd cheating them. The follow-
ng bond was then given them :
STATE OF IOWA , 1 , .
I'llKHONT COUNTV. f '
T , A. It. Audcruon , ns principal , mul
Hero Webster , OB surety , hereby acknowl
edge ourHelves justly Indebted to M. W.
Dhirk in the euin of 31,000 , to t > u wull nnd
ruly paid iu lawful money of the United
States. Nevertheless , to be void on tlio
condition that 8. C. McKitrick Khali be
duly appointed anil coiumimloiied pout-
nattier at Randolph , Fremont county ,
Iowa , within n period of sixty days froir
Witness our hands tills Slat day of May ,
1882. A. H. ANDKKSO.T ,
The explanation further states that
ihero was no agrocmont entered into
that placed Clark and McKitrinck un
der any kind of obligations to sup
port Anderaon. McKitrick ami
Olark in fact kept up hostilities
against Anderson , and used this very
bond against Anderson. The ex
planation also includes the following
card purporting to bo signed by OJark
and McKitrick :
Innemuoh as it has been sought to
injure nnd prejudice the interest ol
Major A 11 Anderson in hiu cituli-
dacy for the republican coiigressionii
inmitmHon in this , the Ninth district ,
by inakii'U' ' ueo of wmt ! hue been calJec
the pmttilice bond in cnniuction will
the ilnnddj)1 ! poet fli-v , ami ( nan
n ujh us our ii.miC'ti r-nvo been re
fun od In in ojMit'uiiuii ilicruwith , wt
ruh , ) freely * nd oliooifullj state that
t Uo ! mid inipiesaionhaa
gone out ujiictiininu the etuno. Am
wutako the pleasure in asserting thai
there was no political significance in
what has been known as the "post-
oflico bond , ' signed by Major Ander
son and Moro Webster ; that 1
was without any political oonsidora
tion , and none was intended ; tha
said writing was given by Major An
derson on our Bimgcatbn as a witness
simply that a certain person romoroc
from said Randolph poatofllco , wouk
bo reinstated , it having been made to
appear to the major that said rotnova
was distasteful to a largo majority ol
the patrons of said oflico. The Ran
dolph postoflico' trouble began before
Major Anderson's candidacy and was
in no way connected therewith.
Major Anderson and wo did not agree
to carry the township or any other
for the major , it being distinctly un
derstood that it was simply the ob
ject of Major Anderson to use his in-
lluouco to restore postoflico matters in
Randolph as they had boon prior to
said removal. And wo further state
in corrob-jxationof the foregoing , tha
said township did send delegates
against Major Anderson , and wo. M
y. Olark and Dr. S. 0 , M. McKtt
rick , were delegates to the county
convention in opposition to Mojo
Anderson. We further atato that Ma
or Anderson's whole conduct in con-
lection with this Randolph trouble
ins been entirely honorable , open and
rank. M. W. CLARK ,
Witnesses , S. 0. MdtiiuiCK.
A. D. KINO ,
This places Clark and McKitrick in
rather awkward position. They ad
mit that during the campaign they
used this bond against Anderson , and
hat they then claimed it was given
or corrupt purposes. Now they Bay
t was given for no such purposn.
Vhon men make two such con t radio
ory statements concerning the samu
hing , it is evident that ono or the
ithor must bo false , and false in one ,
also in all , Under those circum-
tancos their card amounts to nothing ,
nd it is impossible to determine
'hlch is true their statements when
lioy used the bond against Anderson ,
> r their present statements when they
mvo tnod to get on the other aide of
The explanation settles only ono
mint conclusively. It docs away
with all doubt about the bond being
onuino , or correctly published ,
iuw that it is admitted that the bond
was given , the public has only to do-
id a after reading it carefully , whether
. man would naturally give such a
> end for any other than corupt pi'r-
lurposea. If it wns only a piece of
oolishncss , a lack of judgment , is
a mind so weak not liable to muko
till graver mistakes in handling
lational matters ? If it was given cor-
uptly , will not the same dishonesty
hoi ? itself in larger and more impor-
.ant matters if entrusted to him ?
'ho explanation is given for what
t is worth , though tardy in being
presented by Mr. Anderson.
John Doty , of this city , has been payinR
visit to his brother-in-law , J. C. Ilaruif ,
Col. D. B. Daily has returned from Da-
coin , whore he hag been locating land for
limself aid other old soldiers.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence , and their daugh-
.or , Mrs. MorroU , expect to sail for 1'u-
opo hi n Cow day * , the doctor proceeding
hem to New York.
A. W. Uutlcr , of tlio paymaster's de
partment , U. S. A. , at Omnha , was
among the welcome callers at Tun BKE
( Pico hero on Saturday.
Dr. McKune has returned from Chicago
vhcro he attended the race ? , airl talked
with prominent horsemen in tlio interests
if the fall meeting here. Ilia mission wns
not in vain.
J. W. Havens , who was lately the lend-
ng editorial writer on The Nonpariul is
now one of the editors of The Corning1 Ga-
; etto , whose columns bear evidence of the
ability with which ho wields the pen.
Herbert P. Field , who travels for Tall
in ? , was homo yesterday , nnd in company
with a Mr. Field \vho travels from Ccdnr
lapMa , held a conference with Chief
Meld as to tlio genealogy of the tribe , but
no ties of consanguinity could bo discover
ed in the trio.
On Tuesday we bad a pleasant call from
3. D. Street , county clerk. Mr. Street
ias proven a good and efficient officer , having -
ing placed that office in better shape than
't over was before. He has instituted
some important Improvements , ard th
voters of this county cannot do better than
return him this fall.
Charles H. Hendrlcks , of Omaha , epe <
clnl correspondent of the New York Dra
matic News , Mercury and Chicago World ,
was among those who spent Saturday in
Council Bluffs , and dropped in to give
TUB BEE a friendly [ greeting and word oi
A. B. Howe , for long time one of the
most active firemen of our city , and who
ias been for years wl th ex-Mayor Vaughn
in the real estate business , has gone into
.be furniture business with his father ,
"Bruce" Howe , fa In every way a Council
Bluffs boy , and THE BEE wishes them
success in their new enterprise.
John Murphy , of Council Bluffc , haa
been engaged in P. R. Crosswait'a mer
cantile establishment and will soon move
litre. He has had a- largo experience in
.hat line and will prove a material advan-
: age to that establishment. A few years
since ho was voted a handsome- prize as
.icing tljo most popular salesman in Coun
cil Bluffs , Hanison County News.
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special nhortlscmuits , sue aa
last , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In this
column at tbo low rftto of TEN CENTS PER
LINE ( or the flrst Insertion and FIVE CENTS
i'EH LINE ( or each gubaoqucnf Insertion
[ < cave aJv ortUcmcnU at our office , No. 7
i'torl Btrofct , near IlroaJway.
. \Vnw4nt nn cnen o'.lo m lo o
female aicntlnocry towrfli'p In low * an
"ehraika. to taVo oidcra for new publ'catlon *
The pub ( cations are mamlarJ , and cell at eight.
Oqr .ormiarollberat. nix ) ogoits make from $
to } 10 peril y. For clruhisnmt tetm , ajilicea
Wo.ttcr licck Coiup nyCouncil It uffa.Iowa.
\1"ANTJD A peed liorse , ( or general pur
Vt pokes , \\clsht about DOO. Inquire at A
U. ilayno & Co.'a , 34 1'carl strict. ] u14 ! tl
A nrtt-cliBs liaitcr Immediately.
WANTED to J. J , QcoJ. Com ell lllufs , la.
TTTANTED-Everyt'ody In Council Bluffs Io
YY t ° Uke TIIK Un > , 20 cents per week , do
lUvred by canter * . OlHco , No J Pearl btrcot
To buy ICO tons broom corn
WANTED addrciu Council Blulf
Droora Factory , Council llliifla. Iowa. < S58-29tf
For Sale nnd Rant
SALE At a Ivr n'ii ' , a restaurant and
bakery , nlclly furnnlicd , and luxliijf a good
paying Jiatronapo. Aduioit , bet uoveciv , Em-
cison , Iowa. jylfr-Ct *
THOU BALE A red Ir'fcli ' setterilntr , near old ,
J. ' UioroUK'lily yard broken , ll ) sell cheap.
Address 8. i' , O , b.x 1012 , 0.11. Io a.
IOR KENT , UuurnUhed ( rooms , 631 Main
F roit. JeSl-lm
.ivit SALE Beautiful residence lota , $00
L' each : nothing down , and ? 3x.'rn-onUi only ,
by EX-MAYOH VAUUIIA ,
ai > lJ-t
& SMOT11KIIS , Council Bluff *
KAltCUURT cxr-rtu. Orders left at Benton
Ten Btore , Main etr ct , Conn. I I'luff * , or J. C
Elliott. 1J05 Fariiam ttrcct , Omalia , will recclto
iroiupt atlcnt on. '
TILli AHEAD Grtat inccosi , Call and eoe
new cccbuorlf and iptelmcni of picture
tu cubv ( lie reliable gelatine bromide procctf
at the FjceWor Uallery IQOMaln utrcet.
W , L. PATTON I'hyilclan and Oculltt
D1U euro any cane of eore e > e * . u U out
a matter of time , and can cure generally 1
from three tc the wockii-lt luaVm no ulfftr
euro how long dls a < cd. Will straighten crot
yvj , operate aud remote I'tyreirluon , etc. , an
Iniert artificial ee . Apodal attention to rv
mot ting tadeu orm > . ap6-t (
ON LVERY DOLLAR
BY BUYING YOUR
Boston Tea Go's ' Store
16 Main Stand 15 Pearl St. ,
Council Bluffs ,
TRY IT AND
Make Money ,
IRON WORKS ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
Oflico and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will tecclvo prompt Attention. A general as
Jrass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Coke , Coal ,
OHAS , HENDRIE ,
All 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 ( Fonrth Streets. ]
J. M. PALMER , ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BMTTrS. IOWA.
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAIN ST ,
Employ the boat Bread Baker In the West ; also
a chaico hind for Cakes and Pica ,
llruad delivered to all parta ot the city.
MAURER & ORAIG ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Cut Glass , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &c. ,
8tO nnOAPWAT. . COUNCIL DLUFF8 , IOWA
MRS , H. J , blLTOw , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Brondwrtv Council Bluff *
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL ,
N. Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower Broadway.
Table supplied with the beet the market at.
fords , Terms 3.M and I.OO per week. Translen
II.00 per day.
THOU. OttlCW. W. II. M. Fl'Slt
OFFICER & PUSET ,
B : A BflTBC JE3 Et S ,
Council Bluffs , la ,
Established , - - 1866
Dealert In Forclifi. atJ Domestic Exclunje
and homo securities ,
T.J.OiDY.M.D.J.S . , ,
( Late Veterinary Surgeon U , S. A. )
The Only Veterinary Surgeon
in the City ,
OFFICE AT BLUE BARN ,
All ol the best Hiyg'cUi f In Council Illuffi an
MRS , J. P. BILLUPS ,
RESTAURANT & EATING HOUSE
SIS South Main Street , Courcll Bluff * .
Now hous * aud newly fitted up InflritclMt
tyle. ilcals at all hours. Ice cream and lemo-
1 % ic every cvnolng. KrulU acd conftctlooitle
HARKNESS , GRCUTT & CO. ,
Broadway , and Fourth Street , ,
Council Bluffs ,
GHIGKERING AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdette and Western Cottage 3VC
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TJ
Importer and Dealer in
of all kinds. Sheet Music one- S
third off. Agents wanted.
O Correspondence solicited.
IE d. MUELLER , O
COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Billow greets. . Goimoil Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery , Eepairing/Etc. , Wood and Metallic Coffins ,
_ No. 430 liroadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Bluffa , Iowa. _
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH BfiAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but firat-clasa Bakers
jmploycd. JBrcad , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
_ P. AYRES , Proprietor.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Landa
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MA.YNE , over Savings Bank , - COUVOIL BLUFS
Brockton , Mass. , July 13 , 1882.
Z. T. Lindsey & Co , , Council Bluffs , la. :
Daar Sirs : Replying to your esteemed favor of the
5th intt. , will say that it is af lot that the advance in the price
of Of.lf Skins , Solo Leather , and most every kind of Shoe
Stock , taken in connection with the adva-.ce for labor we
have been obliced to concede to workmen , has increased
in no email degree the cost of manufacturing. Notwith
standing which fact we are pleased to say your order ,
given us ear'y in the season , will be filled at tbe old prices ;
and we hope ( by being diligently alive to the requirements
of the demand for a really first-class article , to supply you
with a BE LTER line of.coods than we have ever given you JL
heretofore. Our purchase of both French and domestic
Calf Skins as well ns a large supply of Qk-tanned Sole
Leather , were made very early in the season which , being
btueht at former prices , relieves us in a great degree of
the increased cost of production that many manufactures
are obliged to sustain in filling their orders taken early.
Your whole order for the coming fall season is well in
hand , and will be shipped at an early date , We desire
to call the attention of those who use our goo is , through
the mediaui ol your house , to our new styles in both Hand
and Machine Sowed work. Our French , Medium French
and Lot don Too goo's are all made on entirely new lasts
and new patterns , which wo feel sure will meet with a
just appreciation and the approbation of your customers ,
W ith the improvement we have made we expect to furnish
a more nearly pe feet fitting shoe than ever before , We as
sure you , gentlemen , that we will endeavor to give all your
order our prompt and careful attention , and with these
assurances we trust to merit the continuance of the manv
favors you have boon pleased to bestow upon us , and ,
awaiting your further commands , wo are
Rerpectfully yours ,
STACY , ADAMS & CO.
n \\vrnv W. UUNYAN , W. BEKBK
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and He tall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY.
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,