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THE DAILY BEE : CONUCIL BLUFFS , IOWA THCESDAY , AVdUST 17 188-2.
The Daily Bee.
Thursday Morning , Aug. 37.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES !
. . _ . - - SO cents per w > ek.
By Hull . . . . . . | 10 00 per Vc t.
Oflico ! No. 7 Pearl Street , Noa
M. 0. GniFFIN , lUnupcT.
H. W. 1)1X0 N. City Editor. !
MINOR MENTIONS ,
J , Mueller's Pnlacc Music Hall.
Bhcmxden makes photographs.
Guns and doge , with njwrUmcn at
Inched ate mlgratlnfr now In search o'
Shelnhiller's furniture factory adver
A number of the Abe Lincoln post ,
( ! . A. K. purpose joining In the veterans
picnic in Omahn on the 20th.
AtShull'n butcher shop , south Main
direct , v > can nlwnys get the best meats at
A number of the dcmosratlo fraternity
have gone to tbo elate convention which
met In Marshalllown ycBlerday.
Howe A ; Son bought the Hcrlzman
lore , on Upper Broadway , nnd have
moved into It with their Block of furniture
' and staves ,
Dare rnstorin was so crazed with
drink yesterday ns to threaten his wife
with violence. Officer Tyson locked htm
up for safe keeping * . .
Yesterday afternoon was a dull ono
nmong the juslico1shops. . Justice Abott
was In Omaha on business , and thu two
olhe'rB'wcre engrossed with base ball.
A man named Oldoker wna yesterday
complained of for cruelty tu animals , by
working n tam whoso ill-fed condition and
BOW necks rendered them moro fit for pasturage -
turago and rest.
Q. W. Andrews appeared In the police
court yesterday to answer to the charge of
stealing n revolver , but no witness appear
ing ngatnit him , ho walked forth free.
The boys' band , of the St. 1'atrick'a
Benevolent society , gave n pleasant quadrille -
rillo party at St. Joseph's academy lait
evening. The nttendnnco was largo. Ol-
kcr's bnnd furnished excellent music , and
nil went merry ,
The opening of Washington mcnuo
\ has proceeded so fur aa to cut through Mr.
' Knabo'rf propotty , AH th 10 in a < itch beyond
yond , which must lie bridged bcfor > i travel
can begin , the opening amounts to but
Httlo practical use ,
The bottom has fallen out of the per
jury case against John Mai tin , and Jus-
tlca Balrd has ditcharged him. The lloss
tribe , who scorned to bo the chief instiga
tors , have so unnavory n reputation that
BO attorney pcemcd willing to attend to the
Information is vanted of OryGarnett ,
who resided In Council Bluffs last July ,
by his brother William Garnott , late from
Wisconsin. 'Any information leading to
his whereabouts will be gratefully re
ceived. Address BKE Office , Council
Throe drunks , T. F. Gibbons , Dennis
Kearney ( not the only and original , how
ever , ) and L II , Prim , yesterday adjusted
1 > y Justice Fralnoy at it cost to them of
$ 'J.CO. Tbo first named was the only ono
who could settle for cash ,
Since Judge Ay lea worth left on bis
vacation Justice Fralney , whi attends to
the police court caeca h a raued the price
of plain drunks 82 , the fine being 95 and
costs Instead of 83 and coats. The judge
had already decided to make tbo raise him-
It is with tatlsfaction that TUB BKII
announces that at last the city Is entirely
free from the small-pox , there not being a
single case , so far as known to the author
ities. It has seemed that the disease was
determined to drag along hero until next
winter , but its hold is now loosed , and the
Authorities avow that there ia an end to it ;
It Is a relief whkh all will appreciate.
Ella Harris and Ltbbio Lowin were
before Justice Fralnoy yesterday for fight
ing on the street. The evidence allowed
that they had collided and when separated
each hod a handful of hair. The court
fined each $1 , and In default of payment
thirty days In jail. They took to the jail ,
where they were given a room where two
other notorious femal B are spending ten
days. The quartette make lots of music ,
hut not of the sweetest nature ,
A nice etock of Furniture and
Btovos , at livine prices , can always ba
fouud.at Howe & Sun'o now store , No.
U03 Uroadwny , Hnrzman'a old stand.
At tuo Stock Yards.
Yesterday the receipts of oattlo con
sisted of nine cars by Boslor Broe.
The shipments consisted of seven
teen cars for. Seanright Bras. , over the
Chicago , Burlington & Quincy , urn
eleven cara for Earnest Bros , ever the
Chicago & Rock Inland.
There are sixty creameries in Li in
Iowa Falls has a 14 year old mother
of a 0 months old baby.
The Oltumwu Mothodistft will got up
& baby show to raise monoy.
D. Dinnoll , of Oakalooaa , is a fat ho
for the seventeenth titno.
Stout , the Dubuque lumber/ dealer
is said to bo the liohoat man in tin
The number of births in the ntato
during the year 1881 , as returned to
the secretary of the atato board o
health , is 28,102.
* During the two years of his pastor
Ate of the Cherokee Presbyterian
church , Rov. George Knox has received
coived ninety-five persons into mom
Miss Hattie Castle , a school teaohe
of Iowa county , has received the $4
prize offered recently by the Youth *
Companion of Boston for thu bes
Henry Magiunis and Charles Yil
Hams , colored , of Keokuk , who bca
a livery stable horse till H foil in th
. .streetwhipping U until ridgea o
' uiycnnc flush stood on the 100
4 ore'Aturo's back and sides , were Dno <
f 1100 apiece for brutality and $1.8 ! )
.each for being drunk ,
Mr. O. Kiel find Family Cnpturod bj
Homo of Tholr Many Friends.
A happy surprise was wisely planncc
and successfully carried out on Ttics
day evening by which Mr. 0 , Kio
and family were joyfully visited by n
company nf friends , Prominent in
the planning ant' ' management were
Airs. Diotorich Hoist , Mrs. C. Ooiae ,
Mrs. A SchuHz , Mrs. 0. Lanzendor
for and others , who entered heartily
Into the affair. Prof. Olkor's band
was present , so that there was no lack
of music for these who delighted in
the dance. A number of prominent
Gorman citizens were present and the
rural districts were represented by
prosperous farmers , Anionc others
who were present were II , Schullz ,
U. U. Spotman. A. Althof , H. Bebni-
see and John Hynea. The Council
Bluffs Mannorchor ware present , and
sang some enjoyable selections. In
all there were about seventy couples
present , and there was nothing lack-
tig to make the enjoyment of each
and every ono complete.
The gathering was occasioned in part
jy the fact of the departure of Mr.
liol and family from this city , ho
laving decided to moved to Sioux
Falls , Dakota , for which place ho
left with his family yesterday , so that
ho gathering of friends gave not only
an opportunity for friends to express
heir esteem for him and his , but also
ho less pleasant duty of bidding them
Roo'l-by. Mr. Kiel has sold , hifl real
atato and is to close his business hero
ntircly , with the intention of Bottling
) crmanontly in Hioux Falls. As a
nombor of the wholesale liquor firm
f Lindcr & Kiel , the adoption of the
jrohibition amendment rather dam-
jonod their prospect of success in
tiat line hero , and led him io his do-
ision to move. Council Bluffs loses
n enterprising citizen , who has done
inch in building up the city by the
raction of Kinl'n hotel and making
ther im'provomonto. Many friends
wish him the best of suucoas in his
Howe & Son have moved their
tock of. Furniture nnd Household
Hoods to 303 Broadway , Hcrztnan'n
UCCESS OF THE SPALD1NGS
lioy Win a Victory Otfor the Council
BluuV Nine , But by a
Yesterday afternoon the Spaldings
nd Council Bluffs nines met on the
attor's grounds hero and had an ex
iting and close contest which greatly
ntcroatod the crowd , which was a
ivrgo ono , notwithstanding the fact
lat there has boon a ganio each af-
ornoon this week. The following is
10 score in full , which speaks for it-
Bpaidi ! > K' . . . .0 00004010-4
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lluna oarnoil Council Ulutfj , 2 ; Si > ale %
nvH , 2.
Firet base on balls SpaldlnRS , 1 ; Coun
cil lilulfi , 2.
Struck out Council Bluffa , 8 ; Sp&ld-
aat , 3.
Two base bits Merrill , Gutli.
Tbreo base hit Clinton.
IVseil balU Struck 2 , Yott 1
Bills called-On Mock , 02 ; on Quth. 80.
Double plays G. liruwu , Smltb , Hurt
ami M. Urown.
Tiwo of K.UIIO One hour and forty mlu
Umpire Mr. Decker , of the Spaldlngs.
A go-3dfirat-clas8 | moat cook , and two
dining-room girls , at the Metropolitan
Liotul , Omaha , Nob. aG-2t
The damaging fire which caused
such n heavy loaa to Macedonia is
ing faal atoned for by the activity
of building inturoaU there now , and
.ho town instead of bonig ntoppud in
its growth nnd prosperity tuivor g.ivo
better assurance of increasing. Laet
Sunday thd new Mothodiat church
was dedicated thoro. It ia a line
structure , coating about § 3,000. It
is equipped with nu 80 feet epiro nnd
a bull , but unliliu must nuw cliuvchco ,
and many old onus has no mortgage.
On the com plot ion of the church tlieru
was ncodud about § 1,400 to pay oil
the bills , but at the dedicatory ser
vices this amount being aalced for , the
response wan prompt and liberal , the
amount raised being over $1,700 BO
that all debts uro provided for , and a
balance loft for some further finishing
Macedonia has a 'wonderful church
history , It has $0,000 invested in
churches , and all out of debt. Such
Christianity will thrive.
W , Dye & Co. are building a two
story biiok block , consisting of two
stores , each 24 fcot frontage , one run
ning back CO feet and the other 90
foot. The upper floor over the lonp-
oi store is to bo used as a public hall ,
and will bo one of the best found it
any place of this siza in the state. The
other will bo a Masonic hall. The
building is made on honor , and wil
coat about S7000. The brick work
is about all done , and all will soon be
completed and occupied ,
A new brick school building la to
bp put up , the foundation of which
will bo begun next wiiek. It ia to bo
about forty feet equaro nnd two stories
8. D , Lane is also preparing to
build ono or two stories.
W. A. Spencer , of the Tribune , has
purchased n building in the most ccu-
trxl part of the buainasa portion of the
town , and as noon as lie can make
pomo needed improvements ho will
move the Tribune into if ,
Macedonia hao closed itn snloonn and
has put the amendment into practical
There will bo at least 820,000 of
building improvements this season.
In fact , Macedonia is having a
healthy sort of "boom. "
It , II. Spcrcc , of Mt. Ayr , Iowa , Is In
Sam Knnchcr , of Ypnkton , Dakota ,
was nt the Ogden yesterday.
Joe Dyer , representing the cigar houno
of llnho llroa. & Meyer , Chlcag" , was In
Forney , who ha * been the traveling
rnouth-pleco of The Nonpareil , his fevered
bin connection with that paper.
Goodly quantities of brick are beinj
ftnded at the slto of the now opera house ,
and the nativities will soon begin.
W. A , Spencer , editor and proprietor of
.ho Macedonia Tribune , WAB among the
callers at Till ; UKK oflico yesterday.
J , W. Chaffin has Just received the sad
ntclllgonco of Iho death of his brother In
Ohto. Ho lost his ulster only a few weeks
The water mains for Broadway are
icing strewn along the sklo of the street
ircparatory to being laid. They nra big
Joseph Barton , one of the traveling
tourists of J. G. Flint's coffco and spice
mills , Milwaukee , was yeaterday Inter
viewing the trade , and with good success.
An old man named Graham , hailing
rom the country , was yrsterday noisy
Irunk on Brojdway , nnd Constublo Fox
lad to collar him and tnko him by team to
Hx-Aldennan W. C. Unthank baa re-
, urucd fro n hia western trip. Ho success-
ully climbed to the tip ) of Piko'a peak to
; ctalook at the country , and U wonder-
ully enthusiastic over his experience.
lira. L. H , Benedict , of Dos Moinep , Is
n the city 5n the interest of ths homo for
alien women , established recently In that
ity , and under tbo auspices of tlio Wo
man'd ' Christian Temperance union , of
which glio is ntate agent.
E. J. Oho , who formerly Hvpi at Wood
bine , Iowa , was nt the U den yesterday
nud showed Homo .producti of his land
near Huron , Dakpt.i. He had sonio of the
argevit camples of sol corn and of veget
able over shown up hero as produced in
hat section of the country. Among
other ppccimens of which ho fell proud ,
was a turnip of two months' growth from
ho seed and measuring twenty-three Inches
Conductor 1'ennett rises to toll his
Ido of the story. HP says that the man
who complained of dltcourteoua treat
ment became provoked l > cc.ui e ho was not
allowed to riJe at the s.ima ra'oj as if he
md n commutation ticket und that when
le handed the man the change tlie latter ,
> eng ! intoxicated as well as mad , dropped
t on the floor by his own carelessness and
vas so mad that ho would not pick it up.
So much for the conductor's sideof the
My residence , No. 815 Fourth street
Bancroft' L. F. MUIH-UY.
HORSE FARM Olf THE PACIFIC.
Gov. Stanford's Equine City at Polo
Alto A Paradise for More
tlian 50O Horses.
St. I.oulo Republican.
The writer spent n very enjoyable
day nt Oov. Stanford , the railroad
dug's farm , which is kept exclusively
or breeding and training fast stock ,
and , much oa it is talked about on the
coast , I can safely say , as did the
queen of Shoba about Solomon of old ,
'the half has not been told. " Palo
Alto farm is reached by the Southern
Pacific railroad , und lies about forty
miles from San Francisco. Leaving
the railroad at Menlo park , your cor
respondent wua driven at a rapid rate
a distance of a inilo and a half through
a beautiful grove of old live oaks and
evergreens along the side of a deeply
imbedded creek , entirely shaded by
trees and other foliage , and on each
side of the graveled road were contin
uous beds of flowora almost the whole
distance , arriving first nt Gov. Stan
ford's country house , almost hidden in
n grove of grand old oaks , and sur
rounded by a close-cut lawn , sot in n
margin of iloworu , with hero and there
figures of bronr.o statuary mounted on
pedestals of grunitu breaking the
The ho line is not ono of any proton-
aion , nor docs it contain anything ro-
markublo in art , uu the governor has n
town huueu in which pro stored many
worka of art by BOIUO of the nlcl man-
ters , both in paintings nnd statuary.
Driving iv inilo and n half further
over a nplundid gravel road , and still
on the ovi riior'a property , we roach
Palo Alto fiirni proper , ntul hero we
were introduced to Mr , ( Jovi-y , the
aupoiintendciit of the f.irm , who very
kindly undertook to ehuw uo around
the place. The first thought that
struck ua was that wo had entered
quit ? a village , and that n horeo fair
was being held , for every way wo
turned it was horses , horses being led ,
horses buiug driven in sulkies , horaos
trotting in harness , horses being run
around the paddocks , a circular place
for training ; horses rearing nnd plung.
ing from very fire in their blood's ex
uberance of spirit. I can imagine how
all Iruo horsemen would take in the
fine points of many of the 550 horaos
1 saw to-day , and I am aura it will not
bo long before the result of the commingling -
mingling and care lit raising and
training the best horse blood m the
country will bo heard from on the
most prominent race courses on this
and the other side of the Atlantic.
From fifteen to twenty stallions , I
will give the characteristics of n few
only , as to give them all would entail
too long n letter ,
Gun. llenton , bay , black points ,
sixteen high , weighs 1,290 ; time ,
Electioneer , blood bay , white hind
feet , 15 } hands high , weighs I,0ti0 ;
natural trotter. Ho sired Wildllowor ,
that trotted n mile in 2:21 : at two
yean old ; also Bonita , sanio ace , in
2:24) : ) , These colts are still on hand
and in training.
AUo sired Fred Crocker , that , at
sarno ago ( two yean ) made his full
miln in 2:10 : ] .
Also Ilmuo Hone , thnt n ono year
old made n foil nnlo in 2:3CJ :
Electioneer was eirnd by Rvsilyk'n
Ilamblctnnian , dam Green Mountain
Maid by Harry Clay. Green Mountain
Maid is the dam of Ptospero , Elaine ,
and Dame Trot.
The stallion Piedmont , lately bought
in Chicngo at n coat of 30,000 , ia n
dark chestnut , sixteen hands high ,
weight 1,100 pounds , nnd hns mvlo
his mile in 2:17J. : Ho was oired by
Aluiont , dam Mumbrinp Chief. Next ,
Mohawk Chief , raised in Now York ,
iris sired by Ilyedyk's Hamblotonian ,
dam Lady Perrino , by Toronto Chief ,
From 180 blooded brood marcs two
or throe , with their pedigrees , must
suflico : Lady Thorn. Jr. , by Main *
brine Chief , dam Williams' Mam-
brine , she beintt dam of Sinta Clans ,
that made 2:17J. : Next , Mayflower ,
sired by Ht. Oiuir , dam Wildflower ,
record at 2 years 2:21 : , full mile.
Next , May Fly , sired by St. Glair ,
dam llonila , record 2:211 : at 2 years ,
Your correspondent examined prob
ably fifty colts , ranging from 4 months
to 2 years old , all being handled , and
these of 1 nnd 2 years old under
training , nnd can assure turfmen on
this nnd the other side of , the Atlantic
that it would make their 'eyes water to
look at them , and ono of thcso fine
day * they had bettor look well to
their butting books when aomo of
thcao are on the track. When some
of the 2 year aide , already fifteen
hands high , were brought out for in
spection , I could not help going into
ocstaciea over their fine-pointed
ears , their long fine nocks ,
the head tapering until it
reached the nostrils , which seemed
ilmoet unnaturally largo and dilating
like the winga of a buttotfiy. Their
ikin was as fine and glossy ns if they
had boon fed on silk instead of the or
dinary feed of the country , which ia
wild oats , cut and used ns hay , with
nil the barley , oats nnd rye they could
cat , which food is said to give them
Bxtraordinnry wind nnd npeed. In
3ody they are moro than mod turn
lonuth , long in the limb , nnd the lat
ter a compact mass of bono and mus
cle. They are long stoppers as they
walk , nud altogether have all the fine
points and look as they otand before
fou like the finest cuts .you will see of
the fastest English turf horses ,
If ( Jov. Stanford livoa end continues
to attract to his farm , an ha is now do
ing , the fijHMt nteok in the country ,
and outinucA to devote a splendid
care und training that is now carried
on there , ho can not fr.il to astonish
the world by exhibiting .it an early
day the most extraordinary possibili
ties of horse-flesh.
There is a beautiful milo track on
the farm , in front of the house , and
it is a beautiful sight to BOO n dozen
sulkies springing around at once be-
bind those sylph like two year olds.
Tim farm consist.of two thousand
acres. There hju been u reservoir
made tn hold an necumultuion of water
enough to tupply a small city , with
pipea to irrigate much of the ground
nnd connect it with nil the buildings.
The stables proper cover an area of
moro than 3,000 feer in length by 150
Feet in width. Many of the stalls nro
12 by 14 feet , and the horses loft free
; o roam around m them , the floors bo
ng of paddled clay. The entire stab-
ing is ceiled so ns to prevent any seed
) r dust from the hay falling on the
There are over thirty miles of fen
cing on the place , and that , with ali
ho houses , is either painted or white
washed , which gives a fine contrast to
ho evergreen , live oak , and other
There are seventy-five men employ
ed at the farm , the larger proportion
of whom are constantly grooming the
horses , even down to the colts n few
months old , BO that , from kind treat
ment and constant handling , all the
stock is as gentle aa pota , nnd this is
no doubt in accordance with Gov.
Stanford's wishes , for it ia oven for
bidden to shoot the quails or ether
birds on the place , and the result is
they will almost oat out of your hand.
All Shippers nnd Travelers will find
good accommodation and reasonable
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs Iowa
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HOLLAND & MILLER ,
JACOB SIMS ,
Attorney and Ooimsellor at Law ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Owen Droadwar , l > et cc Main anil Pear
Strict B. \\II1 practliu ! htalo ar.J Fvtlcra
Murray Iron forks
FARM KILLB ,
s ) A Specialty ,
The Largest Iron Working Establish
ment in the State.
Steam Engines ,
' GENERAL MACHINERY.
Tlio Howard Automatic iJut-Otf
Steam Engine ,
Sena tor circular. 23-lm
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOlICli Spucial ifturtlMincntu , BUC
Lost , Fannd , To Loan , Foi Sala , To Rcnl
Want * , noarJliif , etc. , will ba Inserted In thlf
column at the low rate ol TEH CENTS fKI
MJfB for the first Insertion and FIVE CENTY
PER LINK ( or each subsequent Insertion
Leito aJv crtlscmcnts nt our office , Ho , 1
Pc-vl attctt , nrir Uroanhv.iT.
WANTED In rwdlatilj1 , B ( pod wodl turn-
rr Rt tclnhlllcr's furblturo factory ,
Council Jlluflf , la.
Olrls at the K. 0. Homo , on
WANTHO Main Street.
Immediately , one hunitrrd men
itt Florence Cut-off , In Nebraska , n nh
of Omthii , Wsges : men , $1.76 : toairm , 83.50.
Knqu'ru ' on the grounds , or at tsr.n olHco , Coun
cil liluffn , la.
School tcuclicrc , ministers , tu-
dentstnd others cm a i ) to the r income )
by dot o liijniotlon | of tho'r tlmetoc nras-lr
lor our standard beois ind perm'Icnln , or can
InnliO luye W RO byd tollng their whole tlm
to \\cnanttnnctUotnnleorfo ole * g tt
In every tnwmhlp In Iowa and h elirastm , nml
will cffrr extra Induceiierts. For clr ula o < l-
WestirnBook Corninny , Box 651 Council
A Rood , compottnt girl none
WANTED nerd m ply for gen-rat houteworlc.
Mrs. T. E. CaIn , 423 tioulh btccnd Urcnt.
\TrANTED Everybody In Council Bluffs Ic
YY t ° talco Tim BEX. 20 ccnti per week , de
Itrorod by carriers. Office , No 7 Fearl Street
\TTANTED-To buy 100 ton broom corn
YY l'or particulars address Council BluCr
Broom Factory , Council Bluffs , Iowa. 669-29tf
For Sale and Rent
TOll SALE Ono ) tuns bay ) or o , suitable lor
. ; eirrlagc ; also one UnoiirUlit ; mate. In
quire of J. 11. 8 Tilth , Council Itluflg. augH t (
SALE The two years and three inoiths
FOB , ti c fixtures nnd lurnlturo of tke
California house. Contains nina rooms vllh
lcii toacconmodati thirty men. Hou o now
full , feeding tor'y ' to Bit ) n en dally. A gtand
cbauci- buy Into n tine pajlnjt bus'nc's III-
h ol proprietor the only ru on for celling ,
lrcai oiMi.r , Henry SwefRert , California
house , C. .
SALE -fitly torn < f Ice dellven d on C'ra
FOB * toln , Iowa. Eaudu t fiirnlshid. Ad-
fjrc , Mattln Cafcy , Council Bluffs , or H. L.
MoWlljUmi' , Ncola , Iowa. au10-3tt
TOOK SAI.K Two claims la Nibra'U , clioip ,
JD l > y Odcll & Day. Jj24-l\v
TtOH SALE Bca'itilul rcaldonco lots , WO
E each ; nothing down , and JJj crrmnth only ,
by KX-MAYOH VAUOHAN
TTAKCOUIIT & SIIOTIIKUS Council Bluffs
JO. nnd Orunla cxi ri33. Onkrs left at Uostui
loa Btoro , Miln etr ct Onun IuJi I \ , or J. 0.
Klllot , I'ldb Kornun ilrcct , Oir ln , will rrccho
[ irompt nt'cntoii ] ) ltf
* ! ) Uriateiuci-H. Ctllanl see
new niccssnrffl and Hjfclmcn ] nf jilcturcs
ta cnli tliu ro lib c gelatine r.r ii Ido prucci- ,
at tlio KxcilH nr ll-nlirv ' 0 MMiiRtrreti
. W. L. PArro.N I'hj nionti and Oculist.
Can euro any caxo of ere ejc . It Is only
a matter of tluio , and can euro generally m
Irom three tc Tire necks It niakca no differ
ence how Ion ? diseased. V.'ill Btralghtcn crons
eyes , operate and remove rtjrfuimnn.'ctc. , nnd
Insert artlllclal eyes Special attention to re-
Facts I orth Knowing
A now crop Garden Grown Japan
Tea ( very fine ) 76c
Fine Japan Tea , equal to that of
fered at 75o COc
Very Fine Young ITyaon , equal
to that offered at § 1.00 75c
We Mean Just What We Eay ,
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. ,
Oouncil Eluffs , Iowa. .
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
GrEWER AL MACHINERY
OHlco and Works , Main Street ,
COUNCIL , BLUFFS , IOWA.
. We clvo special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MACHINERY ,
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as-
eoitmont o !
Brass Goods , Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Goko , Goal ,
OHAS , HENDEIE ,
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
GROCERIES , PROVISIONS ,
Orookory , Glassware ,
BOOTS , SHOES , ETC
Also fonts ( or the follow log line o !
Steamship Companies :
Cun rJ , Anchor , Oulon , Arcerlcan , ADI ! Stito
Steamship Uouiranlcn ,
X > 3EC. w & . X-XT S
For tale on the Royal Dank ol Ireland and Bank
of Ireland , Dublin. Iliotio w o Intend to Bend ( or
dlends to any jiart of Europe will flud It to tliclr
ntm'fct to call oil
Sullivan & Fitzgerald ,
343 Broadway , Council Blufs Ia.
ME8 , fl , J. HILTON , M , D.f
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
288 Broadwav Council Blidb-
HARKNE88 , OKCUTT & GG. ,
Broadway , and Fourth Street. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
GHIGKERING AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdette and Western Cot
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all.
Importer and Dealer in
of all kinds. Sheet Music one- S -k--
third off. Agents wanted. 4
a Correspondence solicited.
. / * , ir > 3P3 g,3El S3 3
IE d. MUELLER ,
COMHSiL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1,75 and $2.00
Bluff and fillcw greets , Council Bluffs ,
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
'J'HB ' BEST BEE AD IN ' ' .
THE CI'i'Y. None but first-class Bakora
employed. Bread , Cake , Pico , &o.t delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYREP , Proprietor.
Has For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lando
and a number ot Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and N braaka.
Office with W. S. MATME , over Savinga Bank , - OOUN"OIL BLUFS
f e are Offering Special Bargains in All
Kinds of Slimmer
Jta JDS/ . ,
WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF
3XT IES Car O
IN THIS PART OF THE WEST.
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs ,
A. UEEBE , W. HUNYAN , W. DEEBE
O. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale and lUtall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
Nos , 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
. . , . , ,
( Ute Veterinary Surgeon U. S. A. )
The Only Veterinary Surgeon
hi the ( My ,
OFFICE AT BLUE BARN ,
All ol tbi best Hijs clans In Council Bluffl and
eurrounclln a '
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAINST ,
Employ the belt Dread Baker la the Weet ; also
a choice iund for Cakes and Plea.
Bread dclherod to all l rU of the city.
MAUREB & ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Bleb Cut Qlaea , Fine French China ,
Silver Wars < Jjc. ,
ttO BtOlBWAT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pipe , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
Tiios , orricKR , w , H. ii. rcair.
OFIIDEE & PUSET ,
Oouncil Bluffs , la.
Established , - - 1856
Dealer ) In foreign and Domestic Excbanga
and home securities.
MRS. J. P. BILLTJPS ,
PROPRIETOR OF I.
EESTAUBAHT & BATING HOUSE , \
BJSouttittaln ) Street , Council liluflj ,
New home and nevrly fitted up lo Brat clan
lt > Ie Ueali at all hour * . Ice cream and lemo-
nio e > try eeuln ; . FrulU ai d confectloncria
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLTJFTS , IOWA ,
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