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THE BAIL * J3EE : CODE OIL BLUM'S ' , IOWA TUESDAY , Al LlUSi1 2-i
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The Daily Bee.
Tuesday Morning , Aug. 22.
By Carrier. - - - - - 20 cent j per week.
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By lull - -
onico : No. 7 Penrl Street , Near
U. 0. OUIFFI1 , M ii ftcr.
U. W. TlbTON. Oltr Editor.
M1NOK MENTIONS ,
J. Mueller's 1'nlncc Mueio Hnll.
BherrBdcn tnnltcn pliotogrn lw.
] ) | IM will li * > o iow goods Wednes
day. . ,
Itn'ncrt MeWftdo l to ( ip | > e r rn Kip
Vftn Winkle nt Di.liany'a on the 21th.
This n ternonn the St. I/iuls Kedn nnd
the Council Hiuir * meet on the diamond.
The game Is to bo called fit 3 o'clock.
llllsi ! will open n new line of notions
At Shull'o ' butcher shop , nouth Main
street , you can Always set tlio boat meats
13 at rcosouablo prices.
. The poll tax collector hue begun an *
1 other bntth of suits against delinquents ,
and ns Boon n they are ground through
all the batch will bo thrown into the hop
Judge Ilnrria thlnkn bo won't tnko the
dcmocratlo oominatlonR for congressional
honors in the district , nnd has so expressed
hlmtolf without waiting for any tender of
It to bo inado him.
An acciduit Insurance policy in favor
of K A. 13 irrett has been found nnd loft
at Tin : BEE ollico for the owner.
There will bo n business meeting of
the Young Men's Christian association
this evening , at the room in Kvcrott'n
Dcval'n brick block is aboutcomplerod.
Tlit Shugart block in climbing into the
Hccond tory , and the McMalion block nd-
joining h h haying its foundutions put iu
A horse belonging to Dr. Cody took
n little whirl by himself fr.mi Sixth street
up Broadway yoiterday , but turned Into
the blue barn iu safety ,
THE Bii ; : contained yesterday twtlvo
columnn ttlenrnphlo newB , tlneo of which
were European oiblegratim. No wonder
ust popular paper pub-
The circulatlun of Tun DAILY Ur.E in
Council Bluff * mpidly incrca-ca. The
number bold yesterday was higher than
any one day uinco catablished hoic.
Information wnntcd of Ory Garnctt ,
who ro-lded in Council UluITu last July ,
by bis brother , William ( iarncttjnto from
Wlncnmiii. Any information Uatling to
his whereabouts will bo gratefully ro'
colvcd. Address BEE ofllce , Council BlulTa
John IF. Clark , the court repi rtcr , hat
purchased a house and lot cm Fiftl
avenue , and. is making biindry improve
ments , so that it will make for him nnd
bis a very atti active and convenient homo
The interior of the poatoflice is under
going some marked changes , so OH to uiaki
more room inside and less outeido. Then
will not bo so much room for lounging
about , but more room for tbo clerks t <
work. Under the old arrangements the
postoulco was crowded , especially Sunday
mornings , now it will bo jammed.
Warren 0. Ladusaw and Melissa Fich
tent , of Glen oed , applied yesterday tc
Justice Abbott to bo married. The license
whiou they had taken out at Gleuwoot
would not answer hero , however , and the ]
wore obliged to qot out a second one
Their vexations woru then ended , however
and although they have a second handcc
licence still on bund they are still happy
Marshal Jackeon WAS proceeding yea
tcrduyto open up Washington avenui
through George Dronaor'H property
George threatened all Darts of tilings , ant
JacUbon and olllccr ICdgar procecced t
the ficcuo of war armed with n shovel , i
revolver , and a pickax , resolved to con
quer or to run. A treaty was petfoctod
however , by which George agrees to mo >
Liu house .to.tlay , nnd to make no inor
trouble about it.
Yesterday afternoon Olllccr Sterlin
I arrested at the transfer a man giving h !
name naW. Wallace for carry ing cunceale
weapons , lie claimed to be a pollcemai
in ICast St. Louis , but the deputy olieri !
from there who happened to bo iu the city
failed to identify htm , Ho waa put undo
$150 ball , and not being able to give bal
was locked up in jail. It is said he i
wanted In Omaha , too , for a little uhootln
ocrape there. *
The "dug-nut" row between Madam
Lo 1'lur and IrUh Molly i * traveling , I
was brought up for adjustment befnt
Judxe Ajcesworth yesterday mornini
and Kent over to Justice Fraluoy , who I
turn cent it to Justice Abbott , who wl
consider it Thursday. N > wif he sends
to linlrd , and llalrd kioka it out into tl
Missouri , thoputllo will nit down uucl res
One of the smalleat bits < jj humanlt
h 'i ' which ever came into a household to gac
ed it , is n child born tu Mr. and Mrs , JB
Woaton , on Sunduy , the llttlo one welgl
Ing only twenty ounces. The little ot
Eceius to bo healthy , and given promise <
long llf , it lungs being strong , its app
tite good , and the llttlo one in all \va ;
bidding fair to ho as many years upon th
earth as are allotted tu man , Dr , Mllle
who ntlenged tae case , pronounces it 01
of the lightest weights on record , au ]
An extra street car has been placed c
tie track to run to the transfer , to th
cara will now run every half hour inatei
of e\ery hour as heretofore. A. W. Not
baa been chosen oa the new conductor , at
will doubtless prove no etlielent and cou
I toous aa to eatiafy both Liu employers at
the public , He i < a native of this clt ;
hit father was book-keeper and cashier f
Stewart Bros , , for yean ) , and thu we
known here and respected , it is o\idei
that the company la uiao in its selection
him as the new conductor ,
The educational column of the eve
log glimmer , which required two editor
U growiuic dally more interesting , Tl
Iftst effort contained a notice for co
respondent * to write on one tide of tl
theet , two sections from the statute boc
concerning ( bade trees , a sure cure fi
cracked hocfa , a special editorial oa who ;
hitters wcic the bcft for strengthening the
kldneyf , anil an account of a row In the
dug-outs. Such n tnhlo of contents indi
cates tint the educational fraternity , who ,
with the exception of tlio two who edit the
column foil t ro < ul It , nhoiild avail thorn-
selves of such stand .id educational litera
Will the Union Pacific's dare to tackle
the f'oiinoll llluIN nine In Its revised and
corrected edition ? Th t's the query.
The latest permit ? to wed Issued wore
to Christian Peterson and Amy Chris ,
tlanionj to I'eter Jcninn nnd Christina
Jmon , all of 0 uncil Ulnffs.
A young man named McMahon wan
yesterday drought from Nc la and lodged
In jail hero on a charge of adultery. It in
claimed that on Sunday night he wa
caught In the wrong homo and In the
room of the wjong person , and not being
ftlilo to give the $100 bill required ho will
now wait behind the liars.
The base ball mania has spread BO that
many of the clcrkx practice In the biutneaa
streets throwing and catching. Ono lady
wan yesterday hit by a passing ball and
luito badly hurt. Tt is n wonder that
more coses are not reported , Marshal
Jackson yesterday started on the rounds
to stop the boyc , and hai Issued his vcrba' '
proclamation against the practice.
The Driving 1'nrk association Is scat
tering throughout the buslncsr portion ol
Lho city Itn highly illuminated potter :
calling attention to the coming meeting
nd fair , September 18th to 22d Inclusive ,
Flic posters are attractive , and the fail
Itself will bo more so. It is well to state
Lbat the rumor that the cut of the horse
man coming down the track is a rcpio
icntixtlou of Dr. Cody trying to capture
the banner again , is without any founda <
tlon ; In fact , at least the olllccrs of the as.
soclatlon deny it , and they ought to know ,
Throe plain drunks without frll'a ' 01
flounces were dispoicd of yesterday bj
Judge Aylosworth , who * resumed his ncal
in the cupoiior court after a week's ab
aenco In Dakota. Their names were Jin
OrowJey , Ed , llalloran i > nd 1'oter John
ston. Kacli was flaed $7 GO includinf
coitn , Justlco Frainoy , who served it
Judge Aylcsworth nbtence 1 ist week ,
rained the price of plain drunks to $ ! ) .G (
Including costs , but the judge seems t <
think the old line prcferatjlo. With tin
reduction of SI ! there ought to bo nn in
crea ho In business , following the laws o
the commercial world.
Far seine time past there have bee :
nmneriius instances of pi fertng from car
of the Wabash road standing In the yari
hero , nnd a watch being kept It has beci
( Uncovered tint the woik Is hclng none b ;
mere boys. In some instancn cars hav
hecn broken open , and goods stolen , mak
ing the olfen < o burghry with the llablllt ;
of a penitentiary penalty. Yeutoidoy
warrant was Issued by Justice Frainoy fo
the arrest of a number of those youth fu
( Tenders. Pour were brought intu court
ut the evidence waa lacking and the
vcre tHicharged. Others ara to be arroal
d , and the evidence against all of thai
vIM probably bo forthcoming then ,
Yesterday "Humpy" had aa interview
with his wife , who U now in jail. Sooi
after ho left the woman , who It engage
u dolnp chores about the jail , asked poi
ujiaslon to go to the roar of the yard o
lecessary business. The jailer kept
harp eye on her and soon spied "Humpy
rawllng through the rear fenca to me :
ler on the sly. The llttlo interview on tb
luiot wai sadly broken up by the lyn >
yod jailer and "llmnpy" hurriedl
kipped out. It ia the evident that th
ouplo have patched up what dtflcrenci
zlstod between them and are now bet
in planning and working together.
A Bad Fall.
Airs. Baaaott , a worthy waaho :
woman , mot with a serious accidoi
outerday. She had boon BulTorin
i late with rheumatism , and whil
carrying a pail of water down son
itops alipded and fell heavily. Tl
liatanco waa not great , but she fell i
mch a manner as to cause a bad fru
uro of the leu , which will necessita
lior confincmont to the house for son
At tbo Stock Yards.
The following were the receipts i
the olook yards yesterday :
Standard Onttlo company , 0 car
J. M. Gary & Co. , 28 ; Con verso Ca
Jo company , 18 ; National Outtlo con
pany , 10 ; Swan & Frank , Live Stoe
company , 17. Total 82.
The only shipment were 30 cars f <
O'Orich & Co. last ntaht over tl
Chiccngo , Burlington & Quinoy.
The llailtui Herald 1ms the follov
ing concerning a tlio , whose suddc
expedition westward has liceu take
up by the hand of the law ;
August 3rd , I. W. Beeins sold h
ponies to Dr. A. K. Gregg , of Jrwii
August 10th , nt midnight , Grog
Will Lucas , and one Holiday , dro' '
to Shelby , claiming to bo fioiii | to I
\\in. From 7 . ni , to30 ; p. i
Saturday ttuy drove from Shelby _
Omaha , Nob. ( lee , Bonnutt , Bil
Nead and I , W. Bocnin , followed the
on Monday and from Omaha telcgra
ed in every direction Yeateidi
Uecmo rcooivrd the following diapat <
from the Sheriff at Wuhoo , Nob. ; '
have your men ; what shall I do wi
them. " Beomsroplied : "Hold thoi
will bo there on first train. " I
sent Bennett and Nead toValu
and himself returned
Harlau. On the trip , Dr. Gregg
said to represent himself as Holida
a brother of the companion , Holida
Tho'cause of this is , as stated eU
whore , that Boems sold his team
Gregg , taking a mortgage , and Dr. " .
B , Moore , as personal security. It
reported that when they loft Omul
the buggy contained seven pints
whisky , a doctor's diploma , and tl
three lads. That was upon its fa
evidence of an intent to have p goi
time umong the chickens of Nobraak
It would epoiii , however , that it w
red hot driving , and then , what tl
particular necessity of saying tin
were going to Irwin , when in fac
they were bound for the Pacific coa
with two days' rations ( of vrhhk
tud a diploma. All iu all it lee
NEW PALL STYLES IN MI
Bliis , the loading houao for M
linory , will open new fall sty ]
Not n Very Bright Outlook lor the
Inspector Bachelor , the newly elect
whoso duty it ia to ace that the oil
sold hero is up to the 150 tk'groefl test
required by law , began his labors yes
terday. The coneolidated tai k linn
kindly showed him their tank , and al-
loTcd him to inspect it , which under
the compensation of five cento a pack
age makes a big package for very little
money. They also gave him the leave
to gage a few empty barrels , but did
not seem inclined so have the barrels
as filled inspected or pngerl , so tlmt
five cents was the extent of the profits
of the trip. It is claimed that ho pro
nounced the oil in the big tank ae
only 130 degrees , twenty loss than
standard , and tlmt ho proposes tiling
information against the company.
There are so many loop-holes in the
law , or at least so many chancca foi
litigation , that if the company dcsiroe
to fight it , there will probablj
bo much vexation of soul.
The inspector gets no reward for
prosecuting cases , and at fiva cents n
pick ago , when thu package consists ol
such a big tank aa the company has ,
there will bo little profit. It ia to be
hoped that some means can bo taken
to protect the public effectually sgainsl
dangerous oila sold fur illuminating
purposes , but the outlook is not vorj
favorable. If it is to bo a constant
light and no special profit for the in *
ipector , ho will probably soon tire ol
The mahout Anticipation * "
MADISON , Ind. , Juno 15 , 1881.
H. H. WAIINEK & Co. : Sirs Youi
afo Kidney and Liver Cure realized
my highest anticipations , and I cor
dially recommend it to all who aulfji
with kidney or liver disoaaea.
j J. W. LllTLEJOllK.
The Term Opens With n. Smaller Number
bor or CCVSOB Than Usual.
The Auguat term nf the circuit couri
for this county opened yesterday , i
week later than the time fixed upon
Jndgo Loofbourow being absent in thi
west. The docket shows 225 cases
a smaller number than usual , a1 <
there promises to bo less of intereb
and importance than usual. Most o
yesterday was taken up in making as
aignmonts. The cases from the ens
end of the county were clubbuc
together aa nearly as possible in mak
ing the assignments so as to convenience
ienco attorneys and witneiscs fron
that vicinity. A few wills wer
Among thoao of the bar in attend
ancu from the county are : E. A
Babc'ick , Avoca ; H. J. Chambers
Avoca ; E. M. Love , Carson ; H. L
MoWillianiH , Avoca ; F. Benjamin
Avoca ; J. P. Organ , Noola ; M. B
Darnell , Walnut.
My residence , No. 715 Fourth ulroc
Bancroft * ; L. F. MUUPHY ,
Hough on at. Louis.
A convention of grain buyers , rej
resenting all the territory lying wet
of Creston , Iowa , extending to Couri
oil Bluffs , and south of Crcston an
west of Mayavillo , Mo. ; to the rivor-
n all over seventy firms was held o
Shenamloah , Iowa , on August 1. On
) bjoct of the meeting waa to oxproi
heir indignation at the troatmon
shippers received at the hands of ur
scrupulous parties in St. Louis. Th
shortage in weights and classificatio
of grade by the inspectors has bee
equal tn daylight robbery. It was
Jtc.wlvcd , That it is the sense of thi
meeting that wo no longer biibmit t
the indidmtios heaped upon us by ill
ilurks in St. Louia , and from this dn
icncoforth wo ignore the St. Lou
market and ship all our grain to Oh
cage , where wo are auro of propi
we it'll t nnd grade.
'I ho resolution was signed by soi
only.two grain buyers.
Include St. Joseph and KanaasCit ;
and count mo as another signer ,
N. J. BOND.
Horsford'i Aoid Pbonphato in Dyi
Dn. A. JENKINS , Great Fulls , f
H. , says : "I have prescribed it an
can testify to its seemingly almo
spocifio virtues in cases of dyspepsii
nervousness and morbid vigilance i
Justice Abbott was able to get down I
liUntlice } CBerd y.
ClnrlenT. Stewart leaves thU evenir
For n brief visit to Chicago ,
Col. Dlcliey , of Denver , WAS amonc tl
ut the O den yesterday ,
John H. Ue Wolfe ard wife , of Va ;
Iowa , weru In the city yesterday ,
1'rof. Farnham has returned from h
old home in IHnjhampton , N , V.
Judge Loofbourow arrived yestcrdi
morning to attend ta court duties.
ChaunceyVWilUe , the proprietor of tl
Grand Island eating house , dined ut tl
Ogden yesterday ,
Miss Mattie Baldwin , who has been a
tending Vassar college , and spending pa
of her vacation in the east , is at hoc
MIw Fannie Clark , who has been viil
ing friends here for three or four weeV
now returns to Missouri Valley to spei
a short time with friends there before pr
ceeding to her homo In the east.
The fishing and hunting party consit
ing of Messrs. Moltaz , Green , MoWer
man , Newell , Fergusju , richer and Oliv
have all returned. They report a grai
time , and that chicken and full abounde
They lived high and returned happy ,
A goodjfirat-claea moat cook , and tv
dining-room girls , at the Motropoliti
Hotel , Omaha , Neb. a5-2t
Oorrcupondenco ol Tui Bn.
GIUVITV , IOTB , August 17. Ti
now village of Gravity , Taylor count
Iowa , can boast of having in its vlci
ityoue of the moat abnormally d
velopcd cases of diabolism on record.
About a year ago Mr. and Mra Na
thaniel Jnghram , it would seem ,
CAino to the interesting conclusion tc
compass the death of their only son , n
briglit-lookinc ; boy of 10 years , by n
protracted system of starving nnd
pounding. To reduce him from n
normal state of health and activity to
the lait degree of emaciation rrqutred
the period of about twelve months
For many months the noiyhboro had
observed the iittlo boy was tu > jcct to
aovoro whippings , after hearing him
cry out to his f.uhur nut to kill him ,
and that the child complained biHcriy
of hunger and began to show signs of
Last winter ho was sent to school
with but n small crust of broad lor his
dinner , the teacher observing which
often divided her own dinner with
Tommy The boy bad been often
observed to sit at the table and beg
earnestly for something to eat , only to
bo refused or driven from the table.
Last spring a man observed that sonio
corn the boy was replanting was
nearly black and aokod the reason
The father said the boy had been in
thu habit of eating the corn given him
to plant and ho had soaked this in
lye to prevent it ,
A few weeks ago the father came
mining into the village of Gravity for
physician and restoratives , saying
.is boy had fainted , Dr. McColm
nd others hastened to the scene and
ound the boy dead. The father did
lot wish his body observed by the
octor and other , but upon that they
naisted and found bruises and fearful
ontusious on the breast and other
irrtions of the body , aa well as on the
Air. Ingrham said the boy had oaten
hearty breakfast , but ho died at
, bout noon , and a post mortem exam-
tuition of the stomach showed ho that
.0 could not have oaten anything for
wonty-four hours. There wts also
ividenco adduced that death was the
mmcdiate result of a blow or blown
, t the hour of his death.
What conceivable object the father
, nd atop mother could have had in
his protracted method of murder nome
mo can divine , for the boy was old
nough to earn his own living , and
was always kept at work. Even inur-
: onory motives could not , therefore ,
iiavo bcon sufficient , and as to any
general disobedience , the father him-
elf testified that Tommy was a good
The father was nrrested for murdei
and the wife for complicity. After
preliminary trial they were both com
mitttd to the Bedford jail. The crowd
thaf. followed them approximated to t
mob , and the virtual murderer on thi
ipening of the jail door mudo a hast }
'pring ' for the inuido , lost Lynch should
be his judge and executioner.
Mr. Inghram was an mduatrioni
and good farmer , though a renter ,
aid Mra. I. a frugal and orderly
Nothing less than a trrm in statci
prison will bo the f-ito of both thi
culprits , and as much as ordinary
murders they both dtsorvo the gallows
J. P. P.
directions for every usi
are given with the Diamond D > ea
For dyeing Mosses , Grosses , Eggs
Ivory , Hair , &c.
THE BAD AND WORTHLESS
Are never imitatul or counterfeited
This is especially true of a funiii ;
medicine , and it is positive proof tha
the remedy imitated ia of the highca
value. Aa soon as it had been tostci
and proved by the whole world thu
Hop Bitters was the purest , best am
most valuable family medicine 01
earth , many imitations sprung up am
began to steal the notices in vvhici
the preaa and people of the countr
had expressed the merits of H. B.
and in every way trying to inducti sul
fering invalids ; o use their stun" in
stead , expecting to make money o
the credit and need name of H E
Many others started nostrums put u
in similar style to H. B , , with var :
oualy devised names in which th
" " " " used i
word "Hop" or "Hops" were
a way to induce people to believe the
wore the satno as Hop Bitters. A
such pretended remedies or cures , n
matter what their style or naino ii
and espicially those with the war
" " " " in their i
"Hop" or "Hops" name or
any way connected with them or thei
name , are imitations or counterfeit )
IJowaro of them. Touch none <
them. Use nothing but genuine Ho
Bitters , with a bunch or cluster c
green Hops on the wliito label , Trui
nothing else. Druguists and deulei
are warned against dealing in imit :
tions or counterfeits.
ENGINES , BOILERS , MIN1H
Ottlco ana Works , Main Street.
OOUNOIL. BLUFFS , IOWj
We give special Attention (0 '
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaj
GENERAL MILL MAOHU
will receive prompt attention. Aj
Brass Gooda , Belting , ,
Foundry , ,
OHAB , HEN ]
MRS. H , J ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICK. bpecial ( wUcrtlnenients , But M
< o t , Found , To Loon , For Snle , To Kent
VanU , Hoirdlnfr , etc. , will be tntertcd In thi'
oliimn t the low rate of TBJJ CENTS PEfl
.INK for the finl Inrcrtion and FIVE GENT
'KR LINK fcr ench subsequent Insertion
e\\o ivlv ertlemints it mir office , No. 7
'tml * trrft , fifir Hmvlanv.
WAVTK pA KCOtl Kill'h or &vu < lc tflrlt-
ilOBCi cial hoi tcunrkn nl ) iiillnjrlim i > .
nqtilro of Mis it. A Hopff. No. 14 4 south
lain mi ret near C. & H I. h. K
WANTt-D-Olrln at the K C. Homo , on
South Main Micct.
U'ANTEO-Sclionl iihclicrp , mlnlntfr * , til-
ilenN unil o'licrsc n a rt lo the rirc no
tij ilcto lnjrixio | tli n of the r time toe n-as-lic
or our Maiiltnl li'o it and pnno IiaN , or can
malic IURI H KO liyil to'ltip their whol-i Urn *
to it \\o "Milan nctlto inalo r ( e 1o g rt
In cftt'wn hip In Irwa and obroska , and
wll tfTiri\tr "mlm.ci > o t . Fnr clr ula s d-
rirc vt tst rn Il ov. Coinitny | , Box CM Council
Itl do , Ia.
- \ cry body In Council DlufJi It
WANTED-E\ , 20 ccnta per week , < le
lUcrcJ by catrlcra. Offlco , No 7 Pearl Street
To buy 100 tons broom corn
WANTED address Council Bluff
Droom Fuctorv. founcll riUdi. Tow "
For Sale nnd Rent
\ RN1 One largo douMe room n"d one
TRN1 mom. licl > furnish f. One block
oin middle ItroiJw y , 3. IIKB office.
8 I.K Onoj unfrbay > or c suitable'or '
Poll ; al o one tine ilrU ! it nuic. In-
ulro of J. M. & 1th , Council hlufls. nugU tf
' E Onosettlnrers' toolc , ncn-lynow
FOH8A' for ci > h. H. It , Jonc. , No. 131 Uroid-
HO ) , Council I luffs la.
SALE The twoj cars amlthrco mo ths
FOR , t o fitturis nnl lurnlturn of tbo
; a'lf rn a hotire. Contains t na rn. ins with
ion-toacciiijii oclat" thir y men. lion o now
till , feeding for'y to flft.n . en dally A g and
hm c to tuy Into a fine pajlni ; busli.O'B 111
ira li ol pr trlctor the only re on frr Celling
Address onu r , Henry h tlgttt , Callforn a
OH \LK Ixtv tons f Ic dc'h ur d i n o rat -
H at in a , lo o. S'aadtH' fnrnl8h < - < l. Ad
rO'B. Mat tin Ca cy , C' uncii Bluffa , or II. L
IcHII lam- , Neon , low a. aui10-3tt
[ JMIH SALE T o cliliD3 In Nibra kn , cheap ,
I ? by Odell & , Day. JyZMw
SALE nca-itiful residence .ots , 800
FOR ; nothing down , and SJpcrmiiith only ,
bj KX MAYO VAIJOHAN
WIvl ) h\a NK-II i ; ralmi > r t
NOVEfj f n n'no , O , Is e ib > lnu at the K-
dcn hou oa n otl.l rf Wils n'irnt > ryp ncrwrul
cniiln in > ft toin | > l i a Unt \ lous n ratuc-
incnt Uiovftis tpfprictl I all for a if
wihd nnd uvrn at rn)4 ) and f jri Is o poncr < M >
ret f om he h a t ' ha to dr o pump ,
ur a torn nr'n ir , c rn hnla niuds one ,
c urn and mi. an.ilil . < in icliintry w t < ut aa-
dltlo nl anachmcnti. Sic It I'J ' all mi ansj
T OSI' Ala gi aril rob k } I Ibral regard
_ Lj 10 fl d r tniulroat | Il.o offlce
& HMOTtlhll- > un'll Bluffs
LX and On aha ex r < 8a. CJichrfl cltatPost n
> u store , Mill ttr ct < 'iun 1 luff * , or J C
: ilnt | , 1VIG Fun m trcct , Omaha , will rpccliu
uninpt at cut on. jylftf
TlUL < IIf D Oriatriicci H OMI anH see
nt-w atccssnrrs anil BJI clmciiH ol pictures
ta cub iht re lab'c ' Kelatii e i.rim Idu p
at ttio ExolHor Oallin ' 0 Main street
K.V L. 1'ATIll.N-1'hynlt'uh and Oculist.
Can euro any can of "ore eye" . It In enl >
matter of rime , and can cure generally m
rom three tc flve uccka it n alien imclmcf.
o.-icu how Ii ng dlscam d. Will etraightcn croi-e
ejcs , operate and remove 1'lyrnrirms , tte. , and
inaert artltlcial ejes Special attention to re-
vninu tadouornis apB-tf
Facts forth Knowing
A new crop Garden Grown Japan
Tea ( very fine ) , , . > 70c
Fine Japan Tea , equal to that ofj' '
fered at 7Co , . COc
Very Fine Young Hyson , equal
to that offered at 81.00 7Cc
We Mean Jubt What We Bay ,
16 Main St , and 15 Pearl St. ,
Ooecil Bluffs , Iowa ,
LIVERY ; FEED
Ail Shivers and Travelers will fine
good Accommodation and reasonabh
.SOUTH MAIN STREET
OPPOSITE CRYSTAL MILL ,
Council Bluffs , - - T Iowa
HOLLAND & MILLER ,
llivan & Fitzgerald ,
SERIES , PROVISIONS
Jrookory , Glassware ,
fS , SHOES , ETC
[ igents ( or the follow log lines ol
iship Companies :
[ chor , Gulon , American , and Stit
' c. x T 3E1 * TMT f
fie Royal Bank ot Ireland and Ban )
libllo. Those w o Intend to nnd ( o
T part ol Europe will Hod U to thcl
; -an & Fitzgerald ,
iy , Council Bluffs Ia
JESS , OROUTT
Broadway , and Fourth Street ,
CouncU Bluffs , Iowa ,
T 1 ?
J. I iFi
GHICKERING AND WEBER PIANO ,
Burdttte and Western Cot
tage Organs. Prices reason
able ; terms to suit all. TU
Importer and Dealer in
of all kinds. Sheet Music one-
third off. Agents wanted.
O Correspondence solicited
d. MUELLER , O
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and , Willow greets. . Council Bluffs.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUT RRAIN STREET.
'I HE BEST BREAD IN THE CITY. None but first-class Bakers
employed. Bread , Cake , Pies , &o. , delivered to any part of the city. Onr
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
wen < 9 rfT"to ) g
Has For Sale , Town Loth , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands
mid a number ol Well Improved Farms , both in Iowa and Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNE , over Savings Bank , - COU VOIL BLUPS"
IB are Offering Special Bargains in All
EMs of Simmer
WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF
OP I JXT JES
IN THIS PART OF THE WEST.
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
A. BEEBE , W. BEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO. ,
Wholesale anil Hctall Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKER J
Ros. 2(7 ( & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
. . . . , ,
( Late Veterinary Surgeon U , B. A. )
The Only Veterinary Surgeon
in the Oity ,
OFFICE AT BLUE BARN ,
AU o ( the bibt Mijs cUti la Council Blufli and
The Star Bakery ,
HOWARD & ROBIE ,
227 MAINST ,
Employ the best Bread Biker In the West ; alto
a choice hind ( or Cakes and Floe.
Bread delivered to all parU ol the city.
MAURER & ORAIQ ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Glass , Fine French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
MO BftOUViT , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Rubber Hose , Iron and Lead
Pipe , Iron and Brass Fittings and
Trimmings , at
Bixby & Wood's ,
On Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets. )
TII08. w. u. M. rcirr.
OFFICER & PUSET ,
Council Bluffs , la , f'
Established , 1856
Dealer ! In Foreign and Domestic Eichanzt
and homo securities.
MRS. J. P. BILLUIR
BESTAUBANT& BATING HOUS
813 South Main Street , Council B uOt. a
Now houie and newly fitted up InOnt d
it lie UeaU at nil bourn. Ice cream and lemo.
a ie e\ cry evening. FrulU atd conlecUonerle
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
GOUXOIIi BLtJFTfi , IOW
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