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THE DAILY BEE-COUNCIL EJLTJ.F.FS IOWA SATURIXa.f ILftKOH 3 i
IRhe Daily Bee
Saturday Morning1 , March 3
iUBacrupnoN RATES :
SrjOarrlor , - - - - - to cents ptr week.
Ey Mall 110.00 per Tear ,
Office : No. 7 Poor ! Street , Near
Borne one always in the offlco.
Mud , mud , mud ,
See Joieph Relter's spring style ? ,
Adolph Bed and Peter Krucht are
wanted at the police court for selling wine
and beer contrary to ordinance.
The flood of Indian creek has subsided
and the street car horses are no longer
obliged go swim to the 0. & N. W , depot.
THE BEE will be found for sale on all
the outgoing trains In tbe morning , Balls-
factory arrangements having been made to
Gentle spring has arrived , and BO baa
the man with soap warranted to waah the
spots out of anything but a politician's
Tomfand Nellie Drisocll , of 111 fame
notoriety , were said yestcadny to have
"skipped , " pending their trial In the police
Marbles are coming out an the spring
weather appears , and wo heard one boy
whisper to a chum that ho thought ho
should get hla kite fixed up by Sunday ,
In another place will bo observed a
list of church notices. Wo shall bo glad
if any of tbo pastors or laymen will lot us
know of any special service or any correc
\ tion to be made In the list given.
Those having nlco clothes should bo a
little careful just now in not getting too
near moving teams , as they will be very
apt to receive an ornameutatlon more con-
. splcuous than desirable.
A land slldo occurred n few days ago
on Willow avenue , where teams have been
getting dirt to fill the different grades. The
lace of the Uluffa now showing a perpendi
cular height of nearly 200 feet.
Yesterday aflemoon municipal affairs
were the theme of the street corners.
Dodgers announcing a mass mooting by
W. R. . Vttughan provoked considerable
talk , and what would be done in the even
ing was the constant query.
Ducks were shot in considerable num
bers yesterday down on the Missouri
flat * . They wore chiefly of the pin-tail
variety. Gesso have been aeon going
north for Borne day * , but some of them
have since been seen sailing toward the
l.q Some of the Scandinavium women
down in the lower part ot town bavobeen
having a disturbance. Jennie Jensen , tbe
cause of the riot , ia as Chief Field says , a
little cracked. A warrant for the arrest of
Jennie was Issued , and she will appear In
' the police court to make response.
The case of Richards vs. tbe C. M. k
St. P. R. R. engaged the attention of the
circuit court yesterday. The court in
formed ns that an adjournment would
probably be taken to-day , there being no
more business to do. The court meets
next In Jefferson county.
' 'I want all the saloons In Council
Bluffs that can come here , " said a saloon
keeper in one of the large brick saloons on
Broadway- don't care if we have ICO
saloons here , I'm not afraid of the poor
man's saloon hurting me. That's the way
I thlnk and that's the way I will vote. "
Another minstrel and variety show is
to play here Monday night , the "Squatter
Soverignty" company. To judge from the
show bills around town , is simply a Bowery
boy farce transplatod to Iowa. Those who
like that kind of shows w.ll attend. Fur
ther remark Is unnecssary.
E. M. Galllgin , of this city , member
of Lincoln Post , G. A. R. , , and an old
subscriber of Tn BIB , called in to Bee us.
He was one of the crew of the war steam
er Escex , Commodore Porter oommanier ,
the first to enter Now Orleans from the
west in 18G2. He intends visiting Dakota
in a few days.
We wonder if any of our readers have
ever remarked the expression of confirmed
melancholy that sits upon tbe cadaverous
features of the disembowelled mackerel
who is shoved in all his shivering naked
ness out upon the street as a spectacle for
the pasiersby. How any one can ever
summon the nerve to eat the wretched fel
low afer beholding his misery , la more
than ever we could guess.
Conversation between the citizens of
Council Bluffs. "Hello John , I thought
yon bad the contract for that cornice work
bat I see these are not your men at work
there. " John , "Oh no , the parties thought
they would rather give It to an Omaha
party at higher figures. "Oh , I tee the
"foreign" business is only a get oil and
only to be carried out in trying to brow
beat a "foreign" paper. "
Up In Dutch hollow the dogs are
growing to be such a pest that It Is dan.
gorous to venture up in those secluded
precincts. Yesterday a lady driving s
hone to a light buggy came very near be <
ing tbe victim of a runaway from theii
attack. A gentleman who has bad con.
elderable trouble with these unoontrolablt
canines emptied tbe contents of a revolve ]
at them yesterday , but there were m
Chairman Baird stopped ui yesterdaj
morning on Main street , "I've got it , " Bale
be. We hastened to assure him wi
' doubt the " 1
hadn't any on subject.
mean tbe alderman for tbo Fourth ward , '
be continued. "Of course , " we assented
"I have telegraphed back to Ohio for i
man who will run ; they never refuee
However , If Ohio can't get here on account
of the floods , I have gent an advisory dls
patch to tbe neat of oillco-seokers down al
Keokuk. We'll net there no mUtake-
ta , ta"andbe vanished.
A fellow who evidently had not tote
much of life , entered a gambling bouse IE
Council Bluffs last Saturday night , and
racoeeded In getting away with the "tiger1
to tbe extent cf 9360. He pocketed hit
wealth , pulled his gun , and marched down
through the middle of Broadway to a betel <
tel , where be deposited the wealth , aftei
he put away the "pop" and breathed easier ,
No doubt t tbe man had nevur seen that
much money before , and be did not pro
prose to be surprised and robbed on the
principal thoroughfare of Council Binds
at 10:30 o'clock in the evening. Ho WAS
sensible In quitting ahead of the "game , "
anyhow. Shenandoah Republican.
In the case of Tooloy vs. Onrtln , in
the circuit court , tbe jury gave a verdict
for $25 In far or of the plaintiff.
Jomea Sullivan b s been talking to
Arabella Van Scoyt on the matrimonial
question , and the upstart of tbo matter U
a license to marry Issued by the county
clerk yesterday ,
Travel over tbe lllvor road la rather
Ight Just now , owing to floods , causing
uncertainty as to the time of reaching des
tination , but In A short time will get down
o steady work.
Some rlrls on lower Main street were
laying lots cf fun yesterday morning with
a victim named Dan. The poor fellow
lad received baptism from a pot of paint ,
mt ho took it all good-naturedly.
lUv. A. McMukln preaches to-mor-
ow night at the Presbyterian church , at
:30 : p , in. , on ' 'The Medical Aspect of
bo Temperance Question , " The eorraon
s delivered by request of many citizens of
ho city. Considering the present agltn'
ion of thin subject , nnd the known ublllty
and the eloquence of tbe speaker , a largo
attendance will , without doubt , bo pres-
MUSTERED OUT ,
Talk With a Discharged U , S ,
Indian Warfare in the Moun
tains and Barrack Life
Wo mot at the tran&fcr this week a
alnowoy man , unmistakably Scandina
vian in conntonanco , who were the
regulation blue of the U. 8 , army ,
lo was atandlng , when first wo saw
lira , in the main corridor , erect , with
ho precise military bearing of the drill
; round , contrasting ntrongly with the
various stooping , bonding posturoa of
, ho crowd about him ,
Strolling up to this inflexible statue
wo ventured to inquire if ho were sta-
lonod at Fort Omaha.
"Oh , no , " aald ho in good English
OIIRUO with a faint smack cf the
Torsk accent. "I am just In from
"Where are you ordered to report ? "
"Well , " said he with a Bmllo , "I
lon't have nny one but myself to report -
port to now. "
Ho wont on , in anawor to our Inquir
es to aay that ho waa a private of the
Sixth Infantry , had served his full
imo out and was now onrouto to
joavonworth , Kan. , where ho had
rionda and hoped to got employment.
Ho had boon out in Utah for two
rears and had some thrilling stories ,
old In a simple liana Christian Ander
son way of mountain life and Indian
service. Hla regiment waa ordered
up into the lava bed country after the
capture of Captain Jack and diaper-
alon of hla band of Modoos. During
the stormy times following when the
fndlana refused to go on the resorva-
Jon appointed by the United
Wtates government , he in com-
ny with a aquad of alx was
stationed to guard aomo provisions.
A demonstration waa made by
aomo redsklna in ambush to entice the
squad off and a company of squaws
made a rush for the commissary. One
of them waa bayonottod and aa she
roll caught with her tooth onr aoldior'a
of and Inflicted a bite of which a deep
near la witness to-day ,
Once in the mountains of Califor
niaa , detail of ton men , ho of the
number , were caught out in the utorm
ind two frozan to death , Ho aayn ho
lias had enough of soldiering for one
life and will aottlo down to the pursuits -
suits of the civilian.
Young man or woman , If you want big
money for a small amount. Insure In tha
Marriage Fund and Mutual Trust A ocl.
atlon , Cedar llaplda , Iowa. (5-3m.
FOB SALE At a bargain , two choose
vata and Cxturea. Address 2,304 ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa. _ feb27-tf
BArriBT CiiuncnNortheast corner of
South Sixth and First avenue. Services
every Sundav at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p.
m. Sabbath school at 12 m. IJov. J. O.
Lemen , pastor.
CATHOLIC CHURCH Pearl street south
of Willow avenue. Mats at 7 , 8 , and 9 a ,
m , High mass and preaching nt 10:80 ,
Sunday school at 2 p. m. and vespers at
3:30. : Rev. B. P. MoMeuomy , pastor.
PBESinrTiniAN CHUBCHNortheast cor
ner South Seventh street and Willow ave
nue. Morning services , in-go ; evening ,
7.SO , Sunday school at 22 m. Younj
people's mcoUnif Sunday evening , 6:30.
Uov. H. McMukln , pastor.
BBOADWAT M. E. Otiunon Cornet
Broadway and South First street. Services -
vices at 10:30 : a. m. , 7:30 : p. m. Snndaj
school , 12 m. Kov. Armstrong pastor.
CONOIIKO ATIONAI , CiiuucitSouthwesl
comer Slxthit.and | Seventh ave. Servlcei
Sunday morning at 11:30 : ; evening service
at 7:80 : ; Sunday school at 12:00 : ; young peo.
pie's meeting Sabbath evening G:45. : Itev
Cyrus llamltn , pastor.
EI-BCOPAL CucnoH West tide Pear
south of Willow ave. Services at 10:30 : a
m. and 7:30 : p. m. ; Sunday school 12 in.
Rev. Thomas J , Mackay , pastor. <
Bo at the mass meeting to-night nt
the conrt house. No man must be
elected unless ho ia In favor of "Im
> Ve notice the Marriage Fund , Mutua
Trust AMocIatlon , of Cedar Rapids. Iowa
highly spoken of In many of the leading
papers of the state. "Money for the Un
married" heads their advertisement it
another column of this paper. f 5-3a
Bo at the raata moetlug to-night al
the court house. No man must be
elected unless ho ! in faror of "im
If you are not married , write the Mar <
riage Funi nnd Mutual Trust Associj.
tlon , Cedar Rapid * , Iowa , for circulars
explaining the plan. _ _ f6-3oi.
Baoblm B Arnica Halve.
The Beat SALVI In tha world for OnU.
Bruises , Sores , Ulcers , bait Rheum , Fe.
ver SorM , Totter , Chipped Hacda , Chll1
blalno , Corns , and all skin eruptions , ani
positively cures pll , It Is guaranteed to
give eatlalootlon i ox cry r fnud l.
Price , 25 oenti ptt I" ex.or call by 0
v Qoodm * *
WORKINCMEN'S ' MEETING ,
Largo Attendanoo Thorongh
Resolution Benoral En-
B. B. Pondo , Lawrence
baa and Oharlou
The Republican Caaonn Rofuscn to
Nomtnato in the Fourth 'Ward-
For aomo tlrno before eight o'clock
last night the stairway and halla of the
conrt honae were throogod by thu
gathering mcmbora of the Central
Trades' assembly. Republican nnd
democratic politicians were there too ,
a fair sprinkling of thorn , talking
around the edges of the fray , am )
eager to know what was goiujj to bo
dono. Outeldo of these who came out
of curiosity , there were probably two
hundred who took a live Interoat in
The mooting was called to order by
Mr. Coc enhall , president of thu
Oontral Trades' assembly. On motion
Mr. Ooggeshall was made permanent
chairman U. W. Oonnoway BOO
retary. Messrs. Gregory , Mo-
Workman and O'ltourko were
appointed a coinmittoo on rc-colutloiia.
Lt wan moved nnd carried to proceed
with the nomination of candidates for
councllmon. Mr Browning nom-
tinted Mr. E. II Fondu for alderman-
at-lnrf-o , and moved to elect by accla
mation. Mr , Fonda wan unanimously
nominated. Ho won called for and
spoke aa follows :
"I never made n speech in my Ufa ,
and BO shall not now. If it vras n
[ uestlou of buuiplnq cars together to
, est them , then I uhould ba there , but
lere I am at n disadvantage , My
ecord you know. I will say no more ,
ave to thank > oti. "
Liwrouoo Kvnnnhan was then nom'
nated by accluuiitiou for the Fourth
rard. Mr. Kenuohnu made the fol-
owing addroes :
' Gontlomec of the Central Traden
lesembly This la not an oflico I
tavo Bought. I have been asked by
rionda In the republican nnd demo
cratic parties to rrtn for their uomlim-
, lens , but have refuted. Universal
BufTrs'ro ; Is my motto. I am glad to
note this now departure on the part of
iho worklngmon of Council Bluffd
Wo don't want thoae who rofnso to
recognize a man nnlesa ho livoa In n
brown Btouo front. If I am elected I
shall be a councilman for the whole
city. I think you for your nomina
Chan. Spies waa then nominated by
acclamation tor the Third ward and in
response to calls for a speech spoke aa
follows : "You will have to excuse
me this tlmo. I am aat.sGud with the
platform and If olootod will do what I
can for the interoato of the city.
The committee on roaolutlona then
reported aa folio we :
WIIEREAB , The neceaaity of imme
diate and radical reform presses Itself
upon ua , therefore be it
RESOLVED , That to the end euoh
reform may bo inaugurated and suc
cessfully carried out , we , the workingmen -
men of Council Bluffs , In mass con
vention assembled pledge ourselves to
the following principles :
1. The strict enforcement of all ex
isting laws and ordinances for the pro
tection of life and property.
2. The purification of the police and
other departments of the city govern
ment that lawlessness and vice may bo
exterminated and punished ,
3. The abolition of the contract sys
tem on city Improvements.
4 Full accountability of all public
servants for faithful performance of
5. Improvementa in the streets and
avonnoa aa apoedlly aa the revenues
will allow , at the expense of the city
C Sufficient compensation to public
servants , and all feen of office deposit
ed to the city's credit.
7. A license law for the regulation
of the traffic In liquor of not lesi than
$800 per annum.
8. The support for official position
of such men only aa will , by their
good character and adhoronca to these
principles in the put , guarantee thulr
conformity to them In public life.
Signed by the committee , Messrs.
Gregory , Mo Workman and 0 Ilourko.
J. H. Pierce , of Tun BEE , and made
a abort speech , commending the plat
form of the mooting , urging the uoad
of purging the city of gambling dons
and low divoa of all kluda , and assort
ing that the time had como for more
liberal improvements In the city.
A vote of thanks waa tendurod Mr.
Pierce for hla speech , and the moot
FAIl TO CONNECT.
The republican canons in the Fourth
ward , last night , concluded that there
wasn't any available aldermanio tlm-
bur , andater | ( tolling storlosjawhile , ad
journed upstairs to the workinginuu'a
A party from Now York at the 0 den
house arc : Davenport Bebuc , Harry Eyt-
Inge , John J. Sloouin , llodney Kswan and
O. E , Bes wick , the efficient city marshal
of Avoca , spent a part of tha day in Coun
cil Bluffs jcsterday and left on a business
trip to Nebraska ,
W. Tllden Is from Des Molnos t the
Pacific. The register does not state his
consanguinity to the great Samuel J ,
Col. J. S. Tarn , of Avoca , and the Irre-
presslble Insurance man of the state , per
ambulated the streets yesterday.
J. 0. Adams , editor of the "Avoca
Delta " was on a flying business visit to
the cily p iterday.
On the first of April Mr. 0. E. Beswlck ,
of Avoca , will rnako this city his perma
nent home ,
A. B. Gould and W. B , Hunter , of
"Soo" City , re at the Pacific. -
J , H , Armstrong , of Chicago , can be
found at the Ogden.
Mow Welnberg and Louis Fret man ,
Chicago , at tha Ogdon.
J , 1) . 8w n , from Creston , aUld over
< ght at the Ogdeo.
Mr , Rkfhbow , of Silver Creek township ,
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOV/A.
JOHN BENO % GOii 18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Street.
MAX MOHN , } gRES H ° usMHo
U. M BAR STOW ) III. P. , Cor. 5th St. and 5tb Avo.
RD I C U1UITC OFFICE : dor. Main and Dth , no-Blairs.
Ulii U , ! if til I Cj Residence , 009 Willow Avonno.
NQ Pll I ID 7 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
OUliUnZii Ofllco nf tor February 15th , over American Exproaa.
B. S. WAGNER , for fnnorala at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Whocsalo butter , eggs , poultry and fruit , ship to uj. Draft by return mult. 310 Broidway.
Broadway DMoat Market , 327 Broadway.
HDCTUVRDinOC The boat Moats at lowest prices. Sausncea.
T tf-affTIJ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
Fi " & l 1 I Mi Broadway. Pinna nnd cpoclficatlotin furnished'
IW W QI4 RM/iM In FINE HARNESS Ih _ < iyo the variety
° that brings p-xtrotmge. 124 Main street.
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artiatiu Work
, and Reasonable Onargoa. 872 Broadway.
JAIME P OfiM FURNITURE , STOVES and
tlUlVL , Of. OUNy Household Supplies , 303 Broadway.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block.
PraotlcoB in atato and federal courts.
Mttnu-fFlne---rn-ituro-.Up-holD-t-e-r p ° odB
E STOCKERT'&CO - - - - - - - - - -
' ! Curtains nnd Window Shadan , 309,6 way-
Hides , PeltR , Tallow nnd Qroaao.
.j Chlcsco&15N ; MalnSt. 0. Bluffs
USTATy BALED HAY , CORN , OATS ,
UllCni 8 SPj BRAN , Etc. , 114 North Main Street.
And bath house , 421 and 423 Broidway. L. Sov
ereign , Prop. , P. J. Moutgonii-ry , M. D. , Phy.
BOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 522 ,
Cor. Broadway end Scott streets.
VETERINARY SURGEON , Offica
Bray'a stable , No. 12 Scott Direct ,
BROOKLYN MARKE11 ,
Cor. Eighth and Broadway.
C M M BTQ Q V Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade aup-
nwllllkOOli plied , 8th St. , between Gth and 7th Avonue.
TO CONSUMERS OF WATER.
The 0 mnctl Bluffs City Waterworks Company hereby announces , that it will put
in Service Pipes to the curl ) of the street on tne line of its in tins for all parties who do-
slru to have connect ! ns made with the street mains before the Waterwork * re com
pleted , and who will make application therefor to the company
BEFORE APRIL 1 , 1883.
at the folowiag prices , payable la advance :
i Inch Service Pipe . . $7 25
i " " ' ' . 8 50
i " " . 9 75
1 " " " . 11 25
1 " " " . 1300
Thesa pitori Include iho cost of opening and clrslng the street , tapping the street water main ,
f urnlBhlrg and Ir sorting ior [ oration crck , furnishing and puttlog In cxtia strong leal service pipe ,
furnUhfuK and putting In curb step , stop boi and co\er complete , am ) mtklrg all neccmary ron-
nectlons bctwron tbe strictrcnln and the curb of the street which are about one-half the cost
to the consumer ot dclng tbe same work alter tto waterworks are completed.
Invlowofthe contemplated paIn ? of certain streets In the city , pit ties are recommended to
make application Immedla clj at tbe offlco of the company ,
In order to caie tbo necessity and tvold the Incrcued expense of breaking up the street after paving
has been done. *
HARRY BIBKINBINB , Engineer.
ConncU Bluffs , Feb. G , 1883. ml-dtf
and a prominent farmer , was in the city
A.IT. Schroder , from Yankton. D. T. ,
is at the Ojjden.
A. W. Jnmea is stopping at the Ogdeo ,
0. P. Hcndham , of Omaha , ate at the
Ogden yesterpay. ,
J. Qninn , of Kansas City , is registered
at the Pacific.
J. 0. Adorns , of Avoca , la with ns at
Mrs. W. F. More , from Denver , stops
at the Paelfi : .
Seth Eggleaton is at the Pacific from
J. A. Wllsjn and wife , of Boone , are at
K. A. Ireland , St. Lints , IB staying at
tbe Ogden ,
E. Flint , of De Molnes , stops at the
J. H. Hullurd , Chicago , la at the Pa
At the PiclOo is L. A. Dovlne , of
K. I > . Hurt it at the Pacific frcra Alton-
ton , la.
Real Estate Tranbfers.
The following transfora of real es
tate are reported aa taken from the
county records by J. W. Sqnlrea &
Co. , abstractors of titles , real cstato
and loan aRonts. Oonncll liluQs , Iowa :
G E Blake to I. M. Palmer , lot 3
in block 7 , Eubank's second addition ,
0. Warier to I , W. Werner , hla
interest in nw i of nw J of 23 , 70 , 39
T. E Huff to Z. 0 rStrong , n * nw
J 1C , 75 , 39-85.800.
J. McGrlnuoss to J. McRea , o 80
acres , sw 30 , 75 , 38-82,500.
H. G. Kllllon to J. H. Orommot ,
w A sw G , 7C , 38. and o A so J 1 , 7C ,
A. Bochran to J. A. Matzon , s o |
n w 1. 28 , 77 , 41 ,
J. Brnnor to 0. M. McKlnstry , n w
i 25 , 77. 38 , 8001.
J. Bailer to B. Boiler , part of s w
J of a w 13 , 77 , 38 , 82,200.
H. Wllken to Agan , w J of n. e | ,
19 , 74 , 41 , 82,800.
Our New Loan and improvement Oo
Investigation into tbo matter con
vinces us that'one of tbe most equita
ble , reasonable and feasible plans of
building houses is that proposed and
in operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company of
this city. By Invoaticg in shares in
this institution , which Is backed by
some of our best nnd most reliable
business men , it booomea possible and
comparatively easy for a man of mod
erate means to cecnre a comfortable
home for himself and family. In tak-
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain monthly payment , in a few
years a man can own a house
of his own for about the sams aa
he pays monthly for rent. We
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing nnd opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt want in Oonncll Bluffs. Their
plans and system of loans will boar
the most careful scrutiny and exim-
Illation , and wo have no hesitancy in
pronouncing them reasonable and
equitable , and backed by gontlemou
of honor and Integrity. Aa the com
pany exists it becomes at once an in
stitution of value and credit to onr
city and those who desire homes.
Their president is T. A. Kirkland ,
vice president , Jndge Peake ; nee-
retary , I. R , Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Boebo , and their office la in the base
ment of Shugart'a and McMahon's
new block , corner First avenno unc
Pearl street ian27-ly
GOU OIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. fipectttl advertisements , iuc
Loat , Found , To Loan , For Site , To Rent
W nts , Boarding , etc. , will be Into/ted in tbli
column at the ow rate o ! TEN CKNTS PER
LINE ( or the flrst Insertlcn and FIVE CKNTS
PER LINK ( or each euboequent Insertion
Leave adr ertliomenta at our office , No. '
Pearl Street , near Broadway.
TlfANTED Everybody In Council BluKs lo
YV to take Till Bn , 90 centa per week , de
llvered by carrier * . Office , No 7 Pearl Street
For Sale and Rent
KENT One large , nicely furnished ro m
FOR closet , at 700 MynsUr street. PJl-8t
RENT The desirable offices lately occu
pied by the board o ( trade. Apply to Bush-
pell & Brackett. t (
BEES In packages ot a hundred at 26c
OLD package at Tin Bxi office , No. 7 Pearl
A N office , mo tad\anUgeou9ly situated , oders
fdcik room In return ( or icrtlccs ; gas , ( ucl ,
eto. , furnished. Address , "Office , " B office
inos. orricis. w. n. M , ro n
OHTOEE & PUSH
Connoil Bluffs , la ,
Established , - 1066
Dealer ! In Foreign and Poruettlt exchange
nil home Mcurltloi. _
S. E. MAXON ,
A3EC CJ 3QC X M ? XI O V.
Office orer MTinrl bank.
OOONOIL BLUFFS , Iow .
A Specialty of Fashionable'and Durable i
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
CONSISTENT WITH FIRSV CLASS GOODS IS OUR CLAIM.
PLEASE CAU , AKI ) EXAMINE OVR
IN LINKS OF
HISSES BOOTS AND
5 > l $5 ! ? Wo aak the nt tent inn of the public. Onr
And there la nhoro you will ilwajs find ns ,
412 Broadway , Council Bin
West Side Square , Olarindo
DUQUETTE , GUIBERT & CO. ,
( Successors to EUB & DUQUETTE ) ,
Mali Frmte ana uonisctm
18 Pearl-st. , Council Bln.Ts , la.
M. GALLAGHER ,
GIR , O O IE R
New Store , Fresh Goods , Low Pricoa , Polite Attendants.
Firs } Door Fast of ihe Metropolitan Hotel , Lower Eroadway
fll > 3lV8A tu th- *
PETER O. MILLER
WHOLESALE AND JIETAIL
AND WINDOW SHOES PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ,
FRESCOING IN MODERN STYLES , L8.f.KAS2t.
TITLE ABSTRACT 8 F FIOL
JT. "VET. > Ca TCT 3C 16 3EI As O O.
ands aud Lots Bought and Bold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
SOTABIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
OUNCIL BLUFFS . ; OWA
M. T. DAVIS , President. N. B. E ASTON , Secy.
J. 0. HOFFMAN , Vice Free. 0. HULBURT , Adjuster.
MUTUAL IOWA STOCK INSURANCE GO.
Instil OB Live Hook Against Loss by
THEFT OR DEATH.
Offlor , 103 Peart Street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - IOWA.
TliH only company in Town that will insure
your dtock k ! lnnt lo > B f'om nv rnnno whatever.
Owners ol Stock will consult their own intcrc't If , when
Inuring tMr Stink , tiejs' tlm th no"cy i' < hide-nail
.he lev-eel thj may ha\r , millies.i Nlli if with nothing Ices.
For luttlicr informa 1 n rail on cir aildruso
B , Lt.'BMXTH. Lbbal Agent. - - - - fflce , No 9 M-iin Stret ,
THE LKADING DKA1 EU IN
3ES , 3C ? > CJ
337 Broader iy. Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa.
Shugart Implement Co. ,
L BLUFFS , IOWA.
FARMER'S FRIEMD PLAHTtR AND TAIT CHECK ROWER.
BUOE1ANA1S WAGON , OTTAWA CYLINDER SHELLER ,
OLDS WAGON , STAR HAND K HELLER ,
CORTES HAKE NIOEIOLS&SnKPARDTHRESH'R
HURER REVOLVING RAKJi , EVANS TIUPLK HARROW ,
GORHAM SEEKER , HENNEY BOOGIES.
TIGER CULTIVATOR WAGONS , ETC. , ETO.
113 and 115 Sluin Street.0
For Engines , Boilers , OagtingH , Repairs und
f'.rri ' uJi
. _ _ OrdBn to JOHN tiiLBiSRT , Maimfiottirer ,
, Council tiluflt. I'roniiS attention crier . Tbe *
Corner i fctrtct and 8tb Avenue t ) ) >
WorkmnnrMn anil llci-onablo cfianiM. Inb 10 *
WATER WAVES ,
That never require crimping , at ilrs. J , J. OuOd'i IJalr ( Store , at prlco * never beere ( touched by
or other hair dealer , 'Also a full Una ct twltehet , e'c. it greatly reduced prices. Also gold ,
ver and colored net- Waves rctde I com hdlet * own balr , Da uot ( all ta cill before pnrchulng
lUewhert. All goods wairanted a icproscnt d , 1RS. J. J. GOOD ,
I ) LUin itrc t , Ccuucll BluBi , Iowa.
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