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THE DAILY BEE-COUISGIL BLIIFJTS IOWA SATURDAY , ShPTJEMBEK 30
The Daily Bee.
COU Cil BLUFFS.
Saturday Morning , Sept , 30.
20 nW week.
- - - - - per
nyU ll - - - - - - $10.00 per Year.
Offlcu : No. 7 Pearl Street , Nonr
II. 0. GRIFFIV , iltniger.
D. W. T1IYTON , City Editor/
MINOR MENTIONS ,
- J. Mueller's Palace Music Hall.
Sherraden makes photograpln.
New line of cabinet frumcs just re
ceived at Seaman'd. pepl2C-3t
Officer Morne arrested Pete Davidson
fur a petty asiault.
Charles Beno rhymea with Homco.
They ore synonymous.
The Metroixlltan hotel Is being en.
Urged by the building of op addition.
TUB BKH office Islndelited to Mit ,
Thornton for A most artificially mnde and
exotic boqnct ,
There will be n regular meeting of the
board of trade Monday evening , Kvery
member should attend ,
THR BEE office was serenaded lant
evening by the Fifth IOWA volunteer band ,
D , A. Morgan drum major. '
The Corroll band which played here so
well yesterday , ppa rtd fn public for the
first timo. They played like veterans ,
The show windows of Ltndaoy'g ihco
store were especially tempting yentorday ,
they being filled with now $5 bllln , bearing -
ing Gar field's portrait.
Metcnlf Bros , clothing store allowed
up finely yesterday , it being adorned with
the flags of all nation * , the ( tars and
( tripes waving at the top.
A fellow giving hla name na Jcsio
Scott was found by Officer Cuslck lying
dead drunk on Broaiway after dark. He
Is now sobering off at the cooler.
The front of Harkncsn , Orcutt &
Co.'s dry goods store was among those
which drew especial attention yesterday on
account of the beauty and tatto of Its doc-
Bliss' millinery nnd fashion hcadqnar-
tew prcfontod n pleasing appearance yes
terday on account of the many floral
decorations nnd fUt * which graced iU
Tin BET. thin mornlnj has on extra
largo edition for the veterans to help them
selves to , Kvery old soldier ia welcome leone
one , nnd any nnd nil will bo welcome call-
era nt the office.
Joseph Koltor makes the Finest Suits
n the latest style * , at the lowest possible
prices. His merchant tailoring establish
ment Ia at 310 Upper Broadway , Council
Presiding Elder J. Hcnn , of DCS
Moinca , will preach in the German
language , on Friday evening , nlso on Sun
day evening nt 7:30 : o'clock , in the Kvnn-
( cllcal church , corner of Plorco street nntl
Morgan , Keller & Co.'t undertaking
establishment ia being greatly enlarged
and nn addition la being built in tbo rear ,
making the full length of the wareroom
127 feet. A telephone baa also been added
to the conveniences ,
Tbo Council Bluff * nlns are expected
to arrive from Kansas City tljis morning ,
and arrangements have been made for a
game thia afternoon on the grounds here ,
between them and the Atlantics.
Tbcrodcre Lundt [ made an attractive
decoration on. Broadway yoiterday , there
flying besides the stara nnd stripes , the
German flag and the Danish flag. The
laat named was presented to the society
hero by the ladies in 1880.
Ono young gentleman of our city was
yesterday morning nn carried away by the
plea&Ing strains of the reunion martial
music , na to actually cnuco him to procure
n ladder , rapidly ascend the third story ol
a residence on avenue , and bravely
capture several flags suspended therefrom.
Mary Lannlng , who baa been keeping
bouse for n man named Gates , living near
the tramfer , baa been arrested for making
threats , to extort money from Gates. Il
la claimed that she throateno J to have
Gates arrested for trying to ostuiue the ro
latlons of a husband , uulewi bo paid bus !
money. She is to huve a hearing thi
morning before Judge Ayleswotth. Her
itory In that Gates in tbo offender , not her
Some daBtnrdly'wretch yesterday triei
to take advantage of n little girl whose
father and mother live on Broadway , eas
of Madison. The llttlo girl was pkyiug
nejr the house , when the wretch tried to
get her to go with him into the alley , am
even attempted familiarity with her , Th
child , becoming frightened , ran Into tb
bouie , but when the mother appeared the
man skipped out. Ue wan described is
Ixlnj dresaod In citizen' * clothes , but as
wearing a star like A policeman ,
The soap swindlers had A harvaat ol
it yesterday , e'tandlng ou the street cor-
nera , and plying their trade , pretending to
giro away large ouins of money and Belling
I I very little pieces ot soap , These men are
licensed aa ttreet peddlen , and under thli
tereeii they rnrry on their nefarious biisl
nets. Many a foollih fellow paid (3 for
leu than u diiue'i worth of soap , In the
vain hope of securing A money prize. The
chief of police and other ofliclala know
well the nature of the swindle , and ye
these fellows claim the protection of i
license from the city. It Ii true that tin
city of Council Bluff * cannot furuiib al
citizens and visitor * bralna enough to kee ;
their money , and not throw It away on
tuch sickly gamef , and yet It I * no leaa
dligraco to the city , and a shame to th
Authorities to ply their trade under an AI
parent auction of law , Now let them K
the full length and license three-card mout
men and confidence nieu of all soitt ,
My rcsidencoNo. [ 715 Fourth etroo
Baucioft'j L. F. MUUMIY.
Of all the remedies on earth that we
may claim attention. Du. TIIOHAU * Kcuxi
THIO Oil. commands eepoclal attention
Forwondruua power ti cure disease , II
fame there' * none can throttle , It * ineril
sic not in the puff , but are Inside the bo
tie. llheumatism , neuralgia , sore throat
til lima , bronchitis , diphtheria , etc. , are ft
cured by Thtrnu1 Electric Oil.
The Reunion a Grand Success
The Street Parade. Sham Battle -
tlo and Speech Making.
The City In n Blnzo of I < ialit X.iuit
E yen inn-
Yesterday was .lio big day of the
oldiors1 reunion. At an early hour
n the morning the main ritroota began
o awarm with pcoplo find with teams ,
nd everyone waa crowding to got
nto seine Kood iht-Beuing ) ; position ,
o aa to witness the great atroot
arado of the veterans.
There WRB a goodly aprinklin ? of
10 votorana themselves in the crowd ,
icy being dcaignatcd by varioua
natgnia , from a aimplo ribbon pinned
o cltizon'a clothea to a full-fledged
niform , with nil the brilliant trap ,
uo thereto. Broadway presented a
> rilliant appearance , the buildtnga
) oing decorated with flaga of all
zea and drapings nf the national
olora , and with mottoes and cm-
) loma. The crowda awayod lo andre
ro on the aidowalka , every available
oatiug place , such us n dry goods
ioi , pile of grinnatonoa or a door ,
top , waa taken. Second story
rindowa were in demand , while the
troet waa well filled with express-
mou and bua drivora of evidently
ound lungs , v.
Tun o'clock came , nud n llttlo flurry
/out through the crowd , aa from lip
, o lip thcro pasted the words "They
.ro coming , " and after much
calling and stretching out of
locks , it waa found to bo only
aquad of Ool. Krolchmor'a cavalry ,
which waa on ita way to General
) odgo'a residence to aorvo aa mi ea-
ort for that valiant votoran. They
eon returned with him , and by 11
> 'olock the head of the procession at
ftflt appeared on Broadway , General
) edge and Colonel Koatloy at the
Thoap who ozpcctod to coo * grand
nd brilliant military demonstration
were of course disappointed. The
otorana made little show aa a whole ,
or thorc was no uniformity of app.ir-
I , few trappings of war , and few arms ,
here were about 2.GOO to 3,000 in
10 procession , and fully 1,000 inoro
oturans , who did not full into line but
roro scattered through tlio crowd ,
ol. Koatloy and his stuff , together
vlth those who have boon appointed
> oecort duty appeared mounted ,
ol. Krotchmtir'ti cavalry company ,
10 only ono in the atntu , attracted
social uttontion. TITO or three com-
> anios appeared uniformed and armed ,
> ut most of the votoruua contented
lomsolvoa with being partially uni-
Hero and there through the parade
ppoarod Hags , and bands of tnuaio ,
with drum corps. Some of the Hags
'ore the tattered remnants of
lese which had boon in the thick of
10 fight , and under whoso folds those
aino men had shown their bravery
nd love of the country , in a manner
rhlch had made of them heroes , whom
11 love to honor.
There waa a tinge of sadness which
ould not but touch those who
atched these votorana. Twenty
oars has placed many of thorn in the
dvancing shadows of old atgo , and
.aa thinned their ranks. Those who
ave gone , but are not forgotten , had
pluco in the mind of many. In
trango contarat with the tender ,
ombro aide of the picture , was the
oln of humor which ran alongside
f the gladness , which those valiant
omrades felt in again mooting and
Ilero , inarched A lieutenant , carry'
nfj a lath in llou of the sword , a sig
liticant emblem ot the return of
icaco. There , another officer swung
j cano , as though It wcro a aabro.
Again , two or three old soldiers up-
> eared with the" chicken , indicating
.ho results of a forage , and not far bj-
ilud two or three others with bits of
) oard for uiuakpta.
There waa n jolly aide of the pro
cession , and it cropped out in words
of greeting to friends , whoso heads
were stuck out of second story windows
dews , of jocose remarks , of aallioa ol
The men marched four deep and by
: ompanicB , yet there waa an air of in
formality , and the scorning of a festiv <
al , rather than the mimicry of the
military , which characterize a parade
of militia. There was uiuoio frou
several bands mid drum corps , olioor ,
From the crowd , laughter , jostling nut
[ lushing of bystanders , and u scene n
Festivity which the participants wil
There waa a dense crowd at the car
ncr of By rant Mid Broadway , nt whicl
point the votorana passed in review
that gallant soldier , that worthy citi
r.on , General Doilgo , whoeo prcabiico
proved spoil an inspiration to thoao
who fighting under him had noon the
bravoiy of his heart , and who aeso
ciated with him in times of peace a
well aa war , had felt ita warmth and
generosity. Beside the general op
poured the old ihg of the regiment
Mid it seemed to raise the onthuajasu
lo a etill greater pitch. IIo was junt
ly the obervod of all observers.
The line of march extended ao fa
as t ho Methodist church , and then
back to the fair grounds where the
The civio aocietioa , fire department
etc. , assigned places in the colunn
failed to materialize , Some ci\iu )
that ono reason was that the only in
vitatlon received by any was a genera
ono published in the pipers , and tha
this waa not personal enough to HUJ
Borne. Others explain by the fc
that ao many belong to different or
ganizatlona as to render it difficult to
get a fair representation of any on
order , or society , when all turn out a
the uamo time , and hence none at
At the fair ground * there waa
lively Eceno all day , und especially ii
the afternoon , when there were abou
10,000 people then1 , crowds oomln
and going , and there being hundred
of little incidents of greetings am
t > ry tolling , jokea of camp-llfo , am
a hurrying hither and thither of visit
ors. In the afternoon there waa thi
ahum battle , which waa a good do
sham , on account of the lack of the
eccasaryarma and ammunition. It
roved n pretty rcap&ctablo rkirmi h ,
lowevor , and created much excite-
nont among those not uaod to aconca
f war , and much fun among the vet-
It WSB TV skirmish between the c\v-
.Iry . under the command of Col.
rehmtrand the infantry under the
ommand of Col. Daily. There were
bout two hundred men engaged.
? ho cavalry made a bravo attempt to
rive in the infantry's skirmish line *
nd the latter repulsed them but were
uturu ropuUod. The cavalry cap-
urod ono prisoner , Major McIIonry ,
After the battle the crowd gathered
o the number of several thousand in
lie ampithcatro , and listened to acme
pooch making , Judge Hood served
a chairman nnd first introduced Con-
rossman Hepburn , who waa rocoivcd
with much applause by his old com-
ados in arms llu spoke eloquently of
lie work accomplished by the aoldicrs ,
nd of the fact that they had made
! io old flag to bo respected all over
lie world as the symbol
f power , and of a conn-
ry where manhood was the
nly criterion. Ho gave an earnest
bowing of the dutica of the republic
owarda thoao who had thus saved it ,
nd the obligations resting upon the
oniina generation to keep the Union
n ita entirety and preserve its honor ,
s well as to cherish gratituds for ita
ofendors. Ho did not believe the
ovornmont could do too much for its
oldlors , and ho took no stock in the
ry of frauds in the pension bureau ,
lo boliovcd in service pension. Lssa
Imn fifty yeara after the revolutionary
war every aoldior waa given n pension ,
hothor wounded or not. In leas
lian fifty years after the war of 1812 ,
very aoldior of that war waa given a
onaion. The time waa not far distant
rhcn the soldiers of the Mexican war
would bo treated likewise , and not
nany years bcforo nil aoldiors in the
ate war would bo pensioned. Too
nuch could not bo done 'for them.
Colonel Kcatloy , the commandant ,
an introduced among cheers. lie
pokp yory touchingly of those who
ad joined the never-ending reunion ,
nd urged the teaching of the uprising
onorationu to respect the name flag ,
or which thoao had fouaht. In
ichalf of the city of Council Bluffs , ho
hanked the votorana for thus honor-
g it with their presence.
DC. llatton , the grccnbatk nominee
or congrous in this district , waa next
ailed out. Ila gave a vary practical
alk , allowing that the aoldiora hud
ot boon paid enough , and that their
verago monthly pay during the war
vas only a little over $0 , considering
ho depreciation of the currency. The
ongrcaamcn had raised their salaries ,
lioy had raised the pay of civil oni-
loyca , they had paid the employes of
bo Pacific coast gold and silver , while
: io soldiers had greenbacks. Ho
liought the government ahould do
omothing to bring this pay up to
hat it ahould have been , and endorsed
lie sentiment that the government
ould not do too much for its sol-
Major Anderson was then called out
mid npplauso. Ho did not make ono
f his best eflbrta , but gave an earn-
ot.talk , in which ho ubly seconded the
olief that the government could not
.o too much for the votorana. Ho
) 'cturod ' the veterans aa having corn *
ilotod the work began by the rovolu-
ionary fathers , for by their sabers
hey cut the ulcer which waa poison-
ng the nation's life , and made it a
ountry free in tact as it had been in
Cupt. Thomas Houden , of Marys-
irillo , Mo , , waa then called out , and
roved the happiest , jollioat speaker
f all. Ho kept the crowd in a roar
f laughter with personal incidents of
ho war , and toward the close paid a
ouching tribute to the women , nnd
ho cheer which the soldier heart re
ceived from them.
After the speech-making there waa
dreaa parade , as on the day before.
Last evening the camp-fires were
ightod , and these on the grounds
oincd in merry groups tolling stories ,
iraoking jokes , and a general good
There waa n grand reception at General
oral Dodge's largo and elegant roai
dciico. The grounds and house were
n a blaze of light , the illuminations
surpassing anything over seen in this
city. There were a number of head
ights , lanterns without number , nnd
, 'fta pipes had boon arranged so aa to
jivu the name "Pea Uidgo,1' and the
number of his regiment and corps in
letters of firo. The reception waa
given to the members of his regiment
the Fourth Iowa , thn field and staff of
the veteran's association and the olli-
cora ot both battalions. The crowd
was largo , but all were
most hospitably treated and all 'the
requirements of a grand festival wcro
provided. It wns uno ol the groateal
events and most enjoyable of the
Lint night the city was illumhmtm'
brilliantly , CKpcciolly the busiii
dtrnuta and prominent blacks , THE
Uin , besides ita other illuminationa ,
aent up * a number of largo lighted
Thia morning nt 9 o'clock the Vet-
orans' association moots in the umphi
theatre at the fair grounds to eluoi
oillcoia for another year and transacl
other business ,
To-day there will bo the break Ing
up of camp and the farewells
By the community at large baa been given
to UuiilKK'K HLOOII JhTTtlW. No Instance
( a known where dissatisfaction baa been
manifested I < y their use. or where angh
but benndt followed their administration
Price $1.00 , trial site 10 cenU.
The leading congreialoiial candidate
observed the reunion In dltTereut ways
Mr. 1'usey had hU residence beautifully
decorated ID a patriotic manner , coutrlb
uted cjieerf illy and liberally his part o
the expenat of caring for the veteran * , am
theu watched the parade with hla mua
eereulty , feeling that his part had beet
well done. Major Anderson arrayed him
telf In the innat faded old suit he conli
find , took a place among the privates
inarched la tie ranks , and looked satisfiec
tt bli owu ccndcaccutlou in becoming on
of the ctnmitaere for a day.
A Qorernl Stampede.
Never wai t ich a rush made for any
Drug itore at U uow at O. F. Gooduiau't
for Trial Bot'lo of Dr. King's Now Dia
cofery for t onsuuiptlou , Cougha am
Uold . All piions afflicted with Atthuia ,
UroncbiUf , IIo xrwrnean , Be\ ere Cough * , o
Hiiy affection a/ the Throat and Luntis
can get Trial Buttle of this great remedy
/rw , by * otJlinj : at above uaiaedj Dnio
SIDE BY SIDE.
lie Comparison Between Anderson
The following ia the manner in
'Inch the editor of the Union-Arrow
gurcn out that , na a republican , ho
eela justified in supporting Puaoyand
ppoaing Andcraon :
Uflleve honenty the best poliny.
JJcliove fn controlling railroad * .
Very doubtful. Yen.
Believe in din'.vmg pay once.
Twice. , Once.
] ! cllevo In prohibition.
Depends on where Can betiecured by
1 ntn , other moan .
Oppose the free pats eystem.
No. . Ye * .
Believe In political economy-
Don't know wh.it you menn. Yes.
Denounce ollice brokerage.
Believe In temperance.
Believe In education.
Seldom study. Ye * .
Uphold our present banking tystein.
Believe It right to receive Interest.
Believe tha people ehould rule
No , Y .
Uphold Lincoln and Klrkwoort.
Denounce poatolfice bonds.
Believe In the puriiy of politic * .
Believe In the purity of society.
Considertlio moiriage relation ejcred.
Abhnr adultery ,
Believe It wrong to break up families.
) eclaro It the duty of every republican to
oppose bad or incompetent candidates.
No. Yes ,
ielievo in that cardinal republican dnc-
trlnn , that the will of the people ia the
True to her 'JL'rn it
Too much cannot bo said of the over
althful wife nud mother , conatantly
wntchlnt ; nnd caring for her dear ones ,
icver nenlectlng n pinglo duty in their be-
mlf. When they nrenEssilod by disease ,
nnd the system should bnve a thorough
sloausing , the stomach nnd bowels regu-
nted , blood tmilfied , nnd malarial poison
ixtonnlnikted , ehe must know the that
SlectrioBitters nro the only euro remedy.
Choy nrothe best and purest itioliclno in
ho world nud only coat fifty cent ; . Sold
> y O. K. Goodman.
John H. Pierce called nt TUB BKE of.
A. K. Dronzy , posttuanter of Sioux City ,
own , Iain the city.
Jacob William ? , now of Omaha , took
n the reunion hero yesterday.
3am G , Underwood la in thu city on his
etuiu homo from Ilurrison county.
Sheriff Dan Farrell , of Mills county , is
n town taking in the boys in bluo'a re *
J. H. Butler , Neola'd live merchant , is
u nttcndauco nt the re-union nnd made
heso headqunrtera n pleasant call.
Senator Allison in the city , a guest ol
he Ogdcn house , nud found his time oc
cupied by the swarm of friends , admirers
and politicians who swarm about him.
Gen. W. U. Dodge , of Burlington , ex
Jnited States senator , and ono of Iowa's
moat beloved and prominent citizens , is in
ho city , the guest of Hou. W. A. M.
Frank Meade , manager of D. & S. W.
Harrow Guago railroad at Dea Molnes ,
'ormerly with It , I , railroad in this city ,
> ut up at the Ogden yesterday , II ! :
nany friends gave him a cordial greeting
lie left over the K. C. for Kansas City.
Jnstice John A. Frniney has returnee
rom Chicago , where ho baa been spending
several days , and has had the pleasure ol
lenring several of the stara now sparkling
on the stage there ,
Charles Munger , the well known , form ,
erly n partner of Mr. Kvana , in the
'ryital ' mills , waa in the city yesterday ,
and among the callers at Tin : BKB ollice
lie has now a largo fnrui near Lincoln
Among the joyous meetinga at the re
union waa that between Captain Hank G
Myers , of the Logan Test nnd C. D. Phih
or "Llttlo Charlie" of Maryaville , Mo.
joth of whom were in company I of tin
Second WItcousin. They had not me
since 1&C5. Csptiln 1'hilo had with him
bugle which ho carried throughout the war
James Pearson , 23 Sixth street , BulF.ilo
fays : "I hav used your Srnixn BLOSSOM
lor myeelf nnd family , ami think It iuvnl
liable ns a household remedy , for regulut
Ing the bowelx. liver and kldnoyu. I filial
never bo without It. " Price 50 cents
trial hottlon 10 cents.
MAURI3R & ORAJQ ,
Rich Out Qlaud , Flue French Onlnn ,
Silver Ware < 5jo. ,
kiO BROADWIT COUNCIL DLUFFB , WA
DR. G. J. CLARK.
THintvfour ) ear cxpcrionoo In practical
( lIiacoloi ; ) .
Office 106 Upper Broadway ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
t.D IDUO.WSO ! ! . M-ailCCUM. A , W. TIMT
i'roaldcnt. Vlce-l'rcs't. Cuhlcr ,
Of Council Bluff * .
Organized under the UMI ol the Stt ol lowi
Paid up capital. . . . W.OC
AuthorW capital. . . . , . , SOO.WX )
Interest raid on Urns depoaltt. Dr ( t Issued
on the vrlocipal cities ol the United States an
Europe Spoil * ! attention nl\ea to collection
and corrospondeoca with prompt return * .
J.D.EdmundMD , R.kBhunrt , ' .
W. W. WJUce , J. W. UolUr , I. A. MUUr
A. W. Street. Jr7dtl
MES. fl , J. HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
222 UTroJulvrav CouncilBlug -
A Christian Family School lor Bays. Prtpare
lor Co uie , SelentlBo School or Buslnw * . Ben
* & BD , N. WBKTAWIOJW ,
Uorrgw Park , OookOo. , HI. ataloifue.
| COUHCIL | BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. fip'dsl MlT rtccment4 ! , sue H
> Ht , Found , To Ix > n , For 8 1 , To Itcnt ,
ntfl , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inccrtcd In th >
alcmn t the ow rite el TEN CENTS TKR
U.'K for the first Insertion and FIVE CKNTE
Ktl LIKE for each subsequent tnvrtlrn
xnvo 'Jv crtlitments at our office , No , 7
ft rl Street , nor lirnmlwivv.
* XTKI Situation l.y it O nnan lircul ml
cake lnVtr. En | ulre nt K. II. , lhl oflli c.
\rANTii : > Two fr ) t c\vn \ p.int < makers nt
VJo ( | > h Mcltcrs' incrilunt tiller cstnlilUh-
ncut 310 II oiJ ay , Council ItlufTn.
WANTED Slttiitlo In hHflot rMtflurant
bv n cucMenccd ghl. Adilrcsi cr In-
ulrc , V. P. , at thholUct.
. .XT.NSTEIA lltiUbn aaelothlni ; nlcaman
Vy orttikclcrk or thfo mor.thsor m iro.
It join cxptrloace. K faiences
. Jordan , Council miff * .
.17"ANTKD A Mod gltltodo jrtncral house-
> V work In torn 1 fimt y , t pply at 81D Slith
170ULU Ilka ft sltiutlon In astoto M aatcs-
VY Inly , llu * hi' ' ! eiporlcnco nnd will pho
otdrcftrcn'M. Spoiks llcrmin nU Engllth ,
ddfcui n. 1' . nun Oince , lllufld.
WANTEB- ImlldlnRH to ino e. We inaVo
ftfHtl | lt ) of mini K lioustn and natesl
ililrrMW. P. AK' ortii , box 87i ! , Conncll
lulTs , Ii.
"ANTEn A K0fctrl \ for Rcturat home
work. W. K. Vaughn , cor. 1'lcrceand Frank
; rctt .
JITANTEO-Kvtn body In Council IJlufla le
VV to take 7un Bur , 20 cents net week , do
rercd by carriers. Cilice , No 7 Pearl Street
To buy 100 tons broom com
For partlculara address Council BluCi
room Factory. Council THude. Iowa. 663-8911
For Sale and Rent
KENT A etorcrosm on Main etrnet , op-
: pjs'.to Oitholic ihuroh. Inquire of Bosk
OKSAIEOUTHAli-Afann : of.lCO acriw ,
; 70 ncrus broke , a xtonu liouxo 18x'J7 and half
tory liascmcnt , nlso stoiio stable lor four hones
nd a uooil well. It l § loeatiil In O-iborno county ,
ansaii , a miles from Oaborne rallroi < l. jiiiiuliu
t UEK ollice.
B ; RICK 200.0CO brick forsaloby
7\UliMSiLl \ ) UOOMS fcnnu re at i
7IOR SALE A 10x12 ekyll ht. Suttabto for
J hot bed. Apply to Excoljlor Gallery.
7IOR 8ALB Beautiful rcsldcnco lots , COO
J each ; nothing donu , and 3pcrmonth only ,
y EX-ilAYOll VAUQIIAN.
r OST A largo wvrdrobkoy. . I Ibcral reward
; J loflnd > r. Ennulro at Rf o olllco.
Great auccc Cell and sec
new r.tcessorc8 ! and specimens of pictures
taken b' the ro'Ub'c ' ( 'clallnc broitldo process ,
t the Kxcclfl'nr ( iallcrv 10 iMaln street.
Dlt.v. . U I'A'iioM i''i)6loau ana Ocullao.
Can euro any casnof horocjoi. H In only
matter of time , and can euro generally In
rom three to the weeks It malics no differ-
nco how long dUoascd. Will etralghtcn cross
yes , operate and remove I'lyrrtrlnmn , etc. , and
nsert artlScHl oyca. Special attention to re-
movrlng tadcworres apC-U
Business Directory ,
n\ccWor photograph ffa'lery , Soutli Main St.
0. GEISK , UH'cr | llroadway.
B. HAOG & CO. , East Pierce St.
P. AYKRS , 617 S. Main St.
MUS. i : . J. 11AUDI.NO , M. D. , Broadway and
IH. STUDLKV , IlctlicwU Dathlng House
Books and Stationery.
H. IX SKAMAN , Jliddle Broadway.
OFriCKH & I'USKY , coiucr Droodway and 5tl :
CITIZENS' BANK , Mil struct.
MAYNE&CO. , atenuu A , and Cth St.
TEMI'LETON .t LAMI1 , 2XJ Broadway.
F. II. LEVIN , 308 Btoadway.
I. . IIOEKIlOrT , Ml Main .St.
A. II. MAYNE & CO. , 31 1'carl St.
J. 110SS , C15 East Broadway.
8INTON & WIST , II Pearl St.
HA11KNESS , OltCUTTA , CO. , Broadway and
O. K. CltAWl'Oltl ) , S19 Main St.
Furniture Manufactory ,
E. U. fjTKI.NlIIMIKIl , cor. 7th avc and l th St
C. A. BKHI1E . CO.jo ; nn.l 209 Broadway.
Groceries and Provisions ,
8UUVAN k Hm EUAU > , : H3 Broadway ,
OU.IVin : K GltAHAM. fith > trcet. Uoods
sold itt f.u.tiTii | > rlfe < and KUarantctil.
Harness and Saddlery ,
CIIAS. WALTER A , llll ( . , Mlddli-
CM AS. BKKMANVUI MUldlu llroa. | uy.
MIIS. 1) , A. nr.NiiICT. : ) K)7 Wc-tt Ilroadwaj
MILS. J. J. OOOI ) , ' "J Dili bin-it.
A. CnUITOX , 10 ! : ! Ilroailwn .
W. O. HOLLAND , TUU Soil 11 Main St.
II. HEEC'UOKT , ojip. I' . O.
OOIiS ) : IIOl'Si : . t'luwrllroailnay.
KIIU.'M 11OTKL , Ml und 6U7 Main street
E. W TIUKNOll , KV3 llromlway.
J. J. BMSS , aiSBiixvlMaj. Come and examIne
. K MirrCALV , 5
Marble and Granlto Works.
CONNOIl X ( IUANEI.LA , 111 Broadway.
Merchant Tailors ,
JAS. FUA.VEV , 372 Broadway.
CIIAH. KICK , Dciol's liulldlng , Cth and Mai ;
JOS ItKlTKli , 310 Broadway '
Real Estate and Abstract.
KIM11ALI. Jt CIIAMI' , oppo > tt i i-ourt houne.
J. W htjUlUB .V CO. , corner l'iarl and l t \o
SMITH & | MiCUEN , Wl Broadway.
Stoves and Tinware ,
n. II. AMY A. CO. . 500 South Main ttrvtt.
K K. FOIU > , comer Blufl and Willow St.
MOIIQAN , KELLEIl & CO. , 316 and 317 Broad
j.M _ CflKKELL , lTNorih _ Main St.
DAVID G. EYAH S & CO ,
CM ( Nurtb Second Street ,
ST. LOUIS , MO.
Mr-Ask your Grocer for the Ce !
obrated SUr Coffee and Stir Bakin
Broadway , and Fonrih Street , ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa
Headquarters For the Cele
Weber Pianos ,
Toys and Fancy Goods
Wholesale and Retail.
o J. MUELLER ,
fcu COUNCIL BLUr-S : ,
guarantees the Best $1,50 , $1.75 and $2.00
Bluff and Willow Sreets , Council Bluffs ,
MANUFACTUHBUS OF ALL KINDS OF
CUPBOARDS AND SAFES.
We inr&e the folloxving a specialty :
WALNUT KXTKNRTON TABLES , POPLAIl OPKN WASHSTANDS.
WALNUT BHKAKFAST TAULES. POHLAIt WAKDKOBES ,
1'01'LAJl BHKAKFAST TABLES , TOPLAIl CUJJBOAKDS ,
WALNUT WAKD110BES. 1'OPJ/AIl SAFES ,
WALNUT OPEJf WASHSTANDS.
ail orders and correspondence promptly attended to. Office and Manufactory
S. E. Oor. 7th Avo. and 12tK Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
MORGAN , KELLER & CO ,
TJ3ST 33 :
Tbe finest quality and largest stock west of Chicago of wooden and metalio canes.
Calls attended to at all hours. Wo defy competition In quality of goods or prices.
Our Mr. Morgan hrm nerved ns undertaker for forty years and thoroughly understands
his business. WAREROOMS , 34C AND 357 IiUOAD\VAY. IJpliolaterinz ia
all its bninchej promptly attended to ; also carpet-laying and lambrequins. Tele-
prophlc nnd mnil ordera filled without delay.
HAGG & GO'S
BOTTLING WORKS ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA ,
BOTTLERS & DEALERS Sil GEISE'S BEER
Mudo from the Finest Malt nnd Hops , with water obtained
CELEBRATED AUTESIAK WELL ,
AT A DEPTH OF 800 FEET.
Thia Water ia known everywhere for ita Purity and Wholesome Qualities.
Dealers in C. Conrad & CO.'H Originil Budweiacr Beer , manufactured in St.
Louis , Mo , jt TOrderu in the City or 1'rom Abroad Promptly Filled.
HACC & CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA.
PETERSON & LARSON ,
Wholesale Dealer in and SOLE AGKNT FOll Joseph Sphlitz Brewing
No , 711 I'roadxvny , Council Bluffs , Iowa , OrJerj from the country elicited
CItv orders In fmtiilleH mid dealera delivered free.
A. 1IKKBK , W. KUNVAH , W. DKKDK L
G. A. BEEBE & GO. , &
Wholesale nd IleUll Dealer ! In " * |
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
JAMES FRANEY ,
372 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IA.
Al , ays keeps on rmuJ the flneatassortmentot material for gentlemen's wear , Satisfaction gutranUcd
MRS. < J. E. METCALF ,
Milliner } ' , Dreusmakintr , Etc. Cutting and Fitting a Spedlolty.
No , 6 IS llroajwav , Oppoilte Keieru House. .
Laces , Embroideries , and Ladies Underwear ,
Handkerchiefs , hose ol all klndi , thread , plnr , needles , ttc. We hope the Ualei will call
and eeo our itock ol eoodf.
( Late Cutter for Metcalf Ii . , )
Devol's New Building , Main Street.
Council Bluffs , la ,
Sulta to order $18 and upwarda.
J. F , KIMUALL. GEO. U. OlIAJUi' .
K1MBALL & CHAMP ,
( Succcsaort to J , P , & J , N. Caisady. )
Abstract , Real Estate and Loan Brokers.
\Voba\e the only complete Mt el at > tnc books lo all city lota and landi In PotUwattaml
county. Titles examined and abitracU furrlshbd on short notice , liooejr to loin on city anil larru
property , short ind long time , In sums to suit the borrower. Keal uti bought and sold , Orllca
atlheoldgUni oppo U court houne-
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