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? BK DAibi BEECOUJXUIBLUFFS . IOWA THURSDAY MAY 17
The Daily Bee.
Thvroday Morning , May 17.
UBBCRIPTION RATES !
f Carrier , - - - - - SO cento per week ,
tjKUU . . . . . . (10.00 p Tttr.
Offloo : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
MINOR MENTION ,
See Jesiph Ilelter'r ( frlnK style * .
Additional local on seventh piece ,
The spring mooting if the drivlup
park promljca to bi the boat ia the
west this year ,
Laaro to wed wan yesterday given
to llsoto Boyd , of Harlan , and Louisa
CD j sling , of Avcca.
Fivoaoa lions paised through here
by express yesterday , consigned to
Charles Richty & 15ro. , Now York ,
Everybody ohonld prepare for thoraces
races next week. There will bo some
lively times at the track , and the
promise of much fan ,
D , S. Brennerman , a paper hanger ,
Is now lild up with n dislocited shoul
der , as the roinlt of falling from a
The funeral of Mr Edwin Togstad
took plnco yesterday lorenoon. The
Druids , of which order ho wan a mem
ber , turned out in a body , and the ser
vices were conducted at the grave In
accordance with the ritual of that or
der , andwero very tender and Impro.i-
The arrangement medo for a special
train to run nvor to O.naha each eve
ning after the races will provo a great
accommodation to the many who
want to attend the mooting next week
as it affords an opportunity for them
to witnesi all the events , and yet return -
turn homo the aamo night.
The friends of St. Paul's Episcopal
church are to soolaliza this evening at
the residence of Mrs. O. M. Brown ,
the ladles entertaining being Mrs. Dr.
Harding , Mrs. Sackett and Mrs. Bob-
ington. Dancing is to begin at 8
o'clock , arid strawberries and ice
cream will bo served ,
There waa a lively little chapter
In the history of a Council Biufla
family , on Tuetday night. The wife
Buspootlng the fidelity of her Hugo
lord followed him to another homo ,
and there detected him sitting on the
edge of the bed , with a woman whom
ho loved not wisely but too wol. The
irate wlfo pounced onto tbo wayward
woman , and for a few minutes there
was a lively choking and hair pulling
matineo. Arrests are mutually throat *
In the district court yesterday ,
much of the time was spent in secur
ing a jury in the Ratlgan mnrdor
case. Twelve were at last found BB
follows : O. H. Jones , Spo Mlllard ,
0. .Roberta , H. P. Niles , 0 L. Bar-
rett , E. B. Kontncr , R. Morford , A.
"Wheolor , F. A. Haokett , D. S. Starr ,
"W. Robinson , U. McMackon. Dis
trict Attorney Connor U prosecuting
the case , while the defendant has aa
his attorneys Ool. Diiley , Robert
Forclval and Finley Burko.
Kelley & Grow have removed their
intelligence cfl'too to the corner of
Broadway and Bancroft streets , next
door to J. W. Lalng'a.
Oall at Harknoui Brothers for the
new Domestic Catalogue , just re
To Contractoru and pmiaers.
These who wish to bid on the foun
dation and basement of the now Catho
lic church are rrquested to meet the
architect , Mr. McNamara , this morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the residence ot
Father MoMonomy , where an oppor
tunity will be given for the architect
to explain the plans and got other
Harkneas Brothers' atock of carpets
la kept full by frcqnont arrivals fresh
( from the loom. Bast of gooda and
lowest prloea ,
PERSONAL.- - * *
Hiss Magpie LlddeM , who has been
pending some time in tbia city , visitlnK
her aunt , Mrs , A. Wood , left-on yesterday
for her home in Bait Lake , Mr. and
lira. Wood , on Monday evening , enter
tained about fifty friends In thilr house ,
and thus gave an opportunity to bid bei
good-bye. She ha * made many DOM
frienda during her stay here , as well M
sllorded pleasure to the old onen , and
11 regret to have her depart.
Dr. G. V. Unnawalt , of Dea Molues , ii
lervioRlnth * capacity of aecretary of thi
meeting of the medical society , and thi
representatives of the cress find htm si
courteous as to merit special mention ,
II. R , I'enenger , city editor of The lowi
State Ueglater , of DC * Molne. , was In thi
city yesterday , on his way to Central City
Neb. , to visit his brother there.
Mr. and Mra. L. W. TuUey have gem
east for a pleasure trip , Intending to vlti
Xew York , Philadelphia , and other cities
Mt L. IIIslop , of Oakland , and a con
slant reader of THE BEE , waa In the cit ;
Chief Ternpleton , of the fire department
ia suffering from a touch of malaria ,
W. M. Carlisle , cf Mlmouil Valley , wa
in the Bluffs yesterday ,
Frank Arthur , of lialtlmtre , waa at tb
'Revelation auggeeta the Idea tha
from Woman comes the power t
"brulso the eerponts head. " Th
words take a novr meaning to-da
elnce this is precisely uhat Mi a , Lydl
E. Plukham'a Remedies do for th
physically dlsoatod patient. Her Yep
utablo Compound reaches the ultlmat
Bourcoacf the evil. Its action la gcr
tlo and nolecleta , but it is more pow
orfnl Ithan the club ot Iloiculoa.-
See the now Jenty Collar , just r <
celved at Barkneai Brothers.
Dr. Wet , Dentlit , 14 Pearl atrcot
SHOPLIFTERS LIFTED ,
Two Arrested and a LarAO
Amount of Stolen Goods
A Systematic Raid on Bov-
eral Stores and E hops ,
A man named Walt Williams and a
youth calling himself Charlie Smith ,
but whoso real name ii Earneat Kol
loratrasa , hare , been arreated on the
charge of ahopliftlng , and the details
of the charges which they are to
moot indicate that the pair have boon
qulto tyitotnatlo and successful in
pillaging etorea ,
Both the prlaonoia have boon work
ing in a bakery here for some timo.
Williams la nald to bo the solid man
of Sadlo Roberta , who keep ] a house
on Washington avonuo. The yomh
aaya ho came here from Poorla , 111. ,
and acknowledges that ho loft that
place under a cloud , It nppoara
from hla story that ho stole $8 there ,
and then , by advlca of his mother ,
skipped out for the west , with
Intention of no , only getting
out of the pending trouble , butte
to build up a now and better reputa
tion for himself under another namo.
Gooryo Edpar , who lately resigned
hla position on the police force , la
entitled to the credit of working up
the oao and haa certainly shown same
clover dotectlvo work. IIo found that
a largo amount of varloni gooda had
boon taken to the houao of the Rib-
orls' woman , and ho there reocvorod a
goodly amount. Among the property
found was ono ploco ot aatln , worth
about $40 and which hid been 1 feed
from J , W. Lolng's dry goods store.
There wore also several plocoa of lace ,
one of 3G yarda , taken from
J. R. Djtvldion's store , valued at $18
A pleoo cf dreaa gooda was recovered
which waa stolen from Scifiald &
Oivln. There were also two pieces of
cashmere recovered , and a pleco of
satin worth about 815 from Harknoaa
Brothers. There waa a whole bolt of
cloth which had boon carried off bodi
ly from Snow & OO.'B store , and two
bottlea of lemon extract from Oi-
borno'a grocery atoro. How many
other gooda have boon taken there Is
no way of knowing ,
The boy on being Interrogated by
Edgar was qulto communicative. He
claimed that ho had done none of the
lifting , but that hla part was to do the
alklng , and keep the storekeeper's at-
ontlon diverted , whllo Williams
neakod the goods. Williams , on the
thor band , claims that the boy did
lie stealing and that ho took no hand in
. himself except that the young fellow
opt bringing the fltufT to the house.
lo kept urging the boy to take It
way , fearing that there was aomo-
dug wrong about it , and trouble
The stealing of the gooda must have
eon ndroltly done , as in some cases
alto bardonHOino bandies , and not
i&nlly secreted , were carried oil
Informations were filed yeatorduy
n two of the fattcat takes , BO that If
lonvlotod , the prisoners will have to
uilor penitentiary confinement an a
Mr. Edgar haa uhowu in thla mat
er , aa In aomo other casts ho has han
dled , name shrewd-lotoctivo work , and
ectalnly deserves a long credit mark.
BARBOTINE WARE for docorat-
ng at Bjard'u.
If you want to sell or exchange nnj
furniture go to A. J. Mindol'a.
Council DluSd la to Farnlen Blovn
City a Strong Firm.
Arrangements have now been completed
plotod by which two of Council Bio ffi
boat known and most reliable cHlzeni
are to embark in business together a *
Sioux City , under the firm name o
Ford Keith , who are to engage then
n the loan and real cstnto business
Mr. F , i > ' . 7ord , the sanier roemboi
) f the firm , la widely known through
iut thla part of the west by the ropu
atlon gained by kia shirt factory auc
by hla personal aqualntanoo , Ho hat
resided in thla city about seven yoara
and hla character and well known bua
ncaa habits are such to inipiro thi
greatest public confidence In hla intog
rlty and ability. Ho will not loavi
the city , probably , until August o
September , business hero requlrlnj
his attention until that timo.
Mr. J. II. Keith , the other momboi
of the firm , la ao well and favorably
known that little need bo aald in hi
favor. Ho baa for eight yoira beei
connected with Burnham , Tnlleya J
Co. , ot thla city , and no email ohar
of their ucooas and good uarao ia du
to him. Being thoroughly oxporlonoei
In every detail of the business , am
having a largo personal ocqnalnUnc
with men and property throughon
the territory in which the firm wll
naturally do business , aa well as
largo acquaintance and a good nam
among custom capitalists , ho wll
provo a strong member of the iirm
Ho enters at once upon hla rcaldcnc
and the active business In Sioux Cltj
the firm having ita oflioo fitted up am
its other orrangotnonta completed.
Mr. E E. Weatervolt , who ha
lived hero for yeara , also goes to Siou
City , aa the firm's book keeper an
accountant , a position In which fa' '
can bo found who are bin equals. H
haa of late been In the oilico of tin 1
& M. railway , and before that wit
Smith & Orittondon , and business an
social circles hero will mlaa him ,
The now firm commanding an abnr
dauco of capital and having acquaint
ancoahlp and experience , cannot bo
anccecd In tlu thriving city whoi
they are to locate , and the Sioux Oil
folk will find thoiio gentlemen to b
valuable additions to their social t
well ai business clrclca.
Iron In a colorletn ttato and Pore
vlan bark , combined with well know
aromatlca , moVe Brown's Iron Blttei
the beet mcdlclnu known.
Reeolutlontt of Sympathy.
At a mooting of Pottawattaml
Grove No , 23 , United Ancient Ordi
of Druids held yesterday afternoon , &
committee was appointed to prepare
resolutions appropriate to the death
of their brother Edwin Togslad. The
committee have prepared the follow *
WUEIIEAS , It has pleased the All
Wlio Ralor of the Unlvoreo to take
from us by death our dear brother
Druid , Edward Togttad , and
WHBREAS. , Pottawattamio Grove
No. 23 , U. A. 0. D , will never more
enjoy hia genial face In Ita session * ,
therefore bo it
RP.SOLVRIJ , That our heartfelt a > m-
piUhy ia hereby extended to hia
bereaved relatives and friends , and
that a vote of thanks of the Grove bo
returned to the Pythian lodges of the
city for the idndneia nhown our latu
brother in hla burial. Bo It further
RESOLVED , That the charter and
Grove rooma bo draped in mourning
for thirty daya ns an additional ex
pression of our grief , and that these
reflations bo published In 1 HE BEE ,
Noop.irail and G obo , and an en-
rofcec' ' copy presented to the rela
tives of the dococod under the seal of
the Grove ,
W , R. VAUOHAN ,
EDWIN J. ABIIOTT ,
JAN. A , IJKHALI ) ,
SKILL IN THE WORKSHOP To do
good work the mechanic mast have
good health. If long hours of con-
fin msnt In close rooma have enfee
bled hla hand or dimmed hia eight ,
let him atonco , and before aomo or
ganic trouble appears , take plenty of
Hop Bitters , Ills system will bo ro-
iavonatod , hla tiorvca strengthened ,
hla sight bccomo clear , and the whole
constitution bo built up to a higher
Ciblnot frames at reduced prices at
COUNCIL BLDrrS UABKTT ,
WIIKAT-NO. 2 spring , 85o ; No. 3,70 ;
rejected 55e ; KOCH ! demand.
COIIN Dealrrn paying 35o ; rejected
corn Chicago , 49 p ; new mixed. 55 : ; white
corn , 65o. The receipts of corn are light ,
OATB Scarce nnd in good demand ; 35.
HAT G 00(27 ( 50 per ton. 35 per bale ,
RTK 40@45c ; light Hupply.
Co UN MEAL 1 25 per 100 pounds ,
Woon Good supplyi prices at yards ,
5 00@6 00.
COAL Delivered , hard , 11 00 per ton ;
soft. 5 50 per ton.
BDTTKH Good butter scarce and In fair
demand at 25to35c ; creamery , 35c.
EOOB Ready sale ana plenty at
10allc ( } per doz n ,
LARD Falrbank's. wholesaling at 13 } * .
1'ouLTBT Finn ; dealers paying 13o per
pound for turkeyn and lOc for chickens.
VKQEIADLKH 1'otatoei" , 50c ; onions , 50c :
, bbage , 80@40o per dozen ; apples , 2 50
3 50 per barrel ,
City flour from 1 GO to 3 40.
BBOOMB 2 00@3 00 per dozen.
OATTLB 3 00 ® 3 60 ; calve * GOO ® 6 60.
IfooH Market for hogs quiet , as the
acktn ? houses are closing ; shippers are
ay Ing G 00 to 6 75.
If Tea Arc Rained
i henlth from any cause , eopoclally
rom the nso of any of the thonsaud
CBtruins that promise 83 largely ,
with long fictitious testimonials , have
o fear. Resort to Hop Bittern at
ncu , and in a short time yon will have
ho most robust and blooming health
Ono of the tubatantlnl Institutions la the
farriage fund Mutual Tiust Atiociation ,
f Cedar Rapidr , Iowa , Legally organ-
zed , officered and managed by reliable
nen. Kvery unmarried person should
lave a certificate In this association. It la
\ splendid Investment , Write fur circu-
ars. Good agents wanted.
The Mavprlck National Bank ol
Boston draws foreign exchange , bnyi
and sells Government and ether In-
voitmontaeonritloi , and transacts ; any
justness for ito correspondents In the
"ino of banking. m&th-mo
Our Now IjOtiu uuu improvement Co
Investigation into the matter cpn <
vincca us that one of the most equitn
ale , reasonable and feasible plans ol
anliding houses is that proposed and
n operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company ol
ihla city. By investing In shares IE
; hls institution , which ia backed bj
some of our best nnd moat reliable
Dualnces men , it becomes possible and
comparatively easy for n man of mod
> rate moans to secure a comfortable
lome for himself and family. In tak
ng a certain number of shares , at
certain monthly payment , In a fen
pour * a man can own a house
) f his o ra for o.boi : ' ' th upmi ai
lie pays monthly for rent. Vvc
believe the Mercantile Loan and Truai
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a long
felt wivnt in Council BlnfTa. Tholi
plans and system of loans will beai
the most careful scrutiny and exam >
( nation , and wo have no hesitancy ir
pronouncing them reasonable anc
equitable , and backed by gontlemor
of honor and Integrity , As the com
pauy exists it becomes nt once an in
stltutlon of value and credit to on ;
city and those who deslro homes
Their president Is T. A. Klrklnnd
vlco president , Judge Per.ko ; secretary
rotary , L R. Booty ; treasurer , Col
Boobe , and their oilico IB In the base
ment of Shugarc's and McMahon'i
now block , corner First avenue ant
Pearl street. jan27-ly
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPEGIAI
NOTICE. Special advertlsomenta , sue
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Reu
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Insoitcd In th !
column at the ow rate ol TKN OKNTS PE
LINE lor the rlrtl Insertion and FIVE CENT
PER LINE lot each subsequent Insertloi
Leave a < lv ertlsem * at our office , No.
l'ear ! Street , near BrJadway ,
AN' ' KD Situation tu clerk , by a yoon
W man. Speaks Oonnin nd Knjllsn , Ai
. O. toi 1C , Council 1)1 c ( Ij.
- Council DluOs I
to take Tin Usi , SO cents per week , di
llvored by carriers. Office , No I Pearl Stree
For Halo and Rent
BKES In packages ol a hundred at 21
OLD Icinse at Tui Bu otfice , No. T Pea
S. E. MAXON ,
Office orer attlnji bai.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , ( . lowi
J. N. OASADY. F. H , OROUTT.
GASADY & ORCOTT ,
502 liKOADWAY , ' - COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Only one in the City. Stock now
Mail Orders Solicited.
OASADY & ORCUTT ,
Bulk and Barrel Lime ,
LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CEMENT ,
MICHIGAN PLASTER , HAIR AND SEWER PIPE.
Hard nd Soft Co 'a Lowe-.t I'rlcs. Ko. 31 1'cail Street Cornell Bluffs.
Council Bluffs Driving Park
Tuesday , Wednesday , Thursday and Friday May ,
22 , 23 , 24 , 25.
FOUR RACES EACH DAY.
$7,000.00 Mile Track.
' Union Pic1 ( la will itll round trip tlckcti from Omaha fortl , Including admliilon. f pecla. dum
raj ; r m Icaret > ch eten nir at 7 o'clock lo accomcditg thcieatteodlni rtcfi.
IVUGENT & SMITH ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
First-class Goods nnd the Itcst ol' Workmanship
Noa. 7 and 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
IflUU DCritn # Hft GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
llUlm DtrcU Wf , Ul/M 18 Main Street and 17 Ponrl Stroot.
01 AEJ17 P Oft DRUGGISTS. Proscrbtlona com
LD ULMlll QL Ull. | pnondhd at 11hour > ICC Broadway ,
XPRK ' /Grocery
/ORb5TON HOUSEntltil,217&219MalnSt. .
J. M BABSTOW. M. D. Cor. 5th OFFICE St. and : 5th Avo.
DO I C UIUITC OFFICE : Oor. Main and 5th , np-stalra.
Ulli Ui r , Yl ill ill | Real Jonco , COO Willow A vcnoo.
QPMIIR7 JUSriOEpFTHEPEA.OE ,
Oftico over American Express.
UfAPUCD LIVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
SO . TlnUM El If | for funerals nt reasonable ratoa , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & CO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who ruale butter , ifin , imi'tiy ord fn-lt. Ship lo ui. Drift by return mall. 149 Broadwiy. *
ft dtirnnr NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
. 6\- r i 111U f Cor. Main and Firat avobae.
Broad Moat Mar-
MCPRETRTT way -
n > .liO ti I Z. , ket , 327 Broadway.
DM ITU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
! * Olall I il Broadway. Plans and specifications furnished
W W 9HFRMAN In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
that brings patronage , 124 Main street.
I AM CO CDAUETV MEROBANT TAILOR , Artiatiu Work
Until CO rllHIltfj nnd Reaaonablo Onargca. 872 Broadway.
IIOU/F Ri QflN FURNITURE , STOVES and
Household Supplies , 303 Broadway ,
O UADT ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Jamea Block.
OC liHH I | Practices in atata and federal courts.
ICE CRISAM AND CONFEC
MRS. S. J. BROWN , TIONERY , 210 Broadway.
/ P nn Mann'f Fine FarnttureUphol tory goods
EOYnfll/CDT I I OCUUiCurtains and Window Shades , 300 B'wuy.
O A ItlTAIllllRfl And bath houao , 421 arid 423 Broadwny , L. Soy.
OANI I Mn < UlVl erelgn , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy.
A ftri [ } BOOT AND SHOE SHOP , No. 808 Broadway , opposite
AI | /\f | | Di Union Avenue , second door above Metropolitan.
VETERINARY SURGEON , Oftico
Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street.
I UfM&lCOOV Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup-
> Ui HClllltuCT j Pllod , 8th St. , between Gth and7th Avonuo.
JU-tLcoof th-1 > ORCO > NoUry Pnblio
EDWIN J , ABBOTT , - General Conveyancer , 415 B'way.
nriirnc uglier SMITH & NORTON ,
II V LHt iliSUu a Opera House. Refitted. 51 , $ l"60 'per day.
DE GAY & CASSEL , CONTRACTORS Corner Sixth struct and and BUILDERS Avt-nna Q.
NEWANDSECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
W H AI -
GOODS BOUGHT AND SULD , 212 Broadway.
rnoa. orncia. w. n. M. rtrnii
mim & PUSET ,
3SJ3b , I2as:3E : 3Etf3.
Coeoil Bluffs , Ia ,
Established , 1856
Dealers In Forclgc and Domntle Ezcbaat :
nd home lecurltloe.
MORGAN , KELLER & 00 ,
The nurttt quality ard laric t stock west ol
hlcaKO ol Woolen and Metallc Carre. Calls at
tended to at all hours. We ilctr competition D
quality ol ( roods or prices. Our Jlr Jaoryan IIM
Krtou u uaucrtakcr lor forty ) wrs and thor
oughly ucourauuidi his htutnet * . Warerooum ,
311 Brcadway. Ul'lIOLMTKlU O In all 1U
branchu * cnxnptly attended to a'ra carpet * la
log ana laniorcqulns. Velcgraphle an uia or >
den Ollnl without dtUy.
WILLIAM RAPP ,
104A Main Street , Next Block south
lof P. 0. , Council Blnils , Iowa.
DC. , aer.
W1IOLIWAIK PRALIR IS
PROMPT CASH PAID.
No comraUslonichirscd. Bend lorQaoUtlon ) .
> U Bio d ay , . COUNCIL BLUFF3 ,
Z. T , LINDSEY & GO. ,
412 Broadway , Council Bluff * , 1 rrinrA
Wtst Sldo Square , 01arlnda/1OWA <
B. S. TERWILLiGER ,
DECORATOR AND DEALER IN FANCY
31 Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DUQUETTE , GUIBERI & CO. ,
( Succceeon to ERB A DUQUETTE )
16 and 18 Pearl st. , Council Blufo , In.
SULLIVAN & FITZGERALD ,
GROGERIESPROVISIOS , BOOTS&SHOES
Drafts on Brk of Ireland , Dublin , forealo. 343 Broadway , 0 > uncil Blnffs.
Broadway Steam Laundry !
WEST BROADWAY ,
A.C.LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
JOHN R. MARTIN ,
PLUMBEB , GAS AND SEAi/l : ; FITTER
Ilns a full line of Buth ri\\bi , Sinks , Boilern. Crrsa and Lead Goods , Lead and Iron
Pipes and fittings. Jobbinc promptly attended to , Flist-nlass work Runrftntr cd.
NO. 11 PEARL STRKET , . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
224 and 226 Broadway.
BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES ,
Greatest Variety in the City. No stranger ihould fail to vidt my store rooms.
R. S. COLE & CO. ,
MANUFAOTUBEK8 AND DEAI.EKS IN ALL THK MOST IMPROVED KINDS OF
LIGHTNING RODS & OHNAHT3.
Also Wood and Iron PUeSPS. Wood Tubing a d Oas Pipe and Puma fixtures , for both Woo
Ld Iron Pumw. [ Older * wl 1 receive p empt attention. Ko. 601 S-.uth Main 8t et ,
COUNO L BLUFFS , IOWA. US-eod-tS
TITLE ABSTRACT 0 F F ! OE.
jr.vsr. . zj cjj "cr : K OK , 3a A ? oo.
Lands and Lots Bought and Sold ,
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
NOTARIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
OUHCIL BLUFFS - - - - IOWA
MAXMOHN , PROPRIETOR ,
215 , 217 and 219 south Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . . IOWA.
MRS. 0. A.
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Oonnoil s , Iowa (
WINTHBRLICH BRO'3 ,
Iron & Brass Foundry
Cor. Gth Street and llth Avonnc ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
G5-O M7C3 >
H. R. JONES
Douglos Vapor Stoves
Tbo beet and simplest In the wotlil , Also ( or
' 74 Gasoline Stoviti.
I. D. 1DMDNC80M , I. L. SIIUQ1RT. A. W. BTBin
Pretldent Ylce-Prea't. Caghler.
Of Council Bluff * .
Organlted under tha laws ol the Stale ol low i
Paid up capital f 76.CC4
Authorized caplUI. , . _ , 00,000
InteiMt paid on time dopoitti. Oralta Inaod
on the pilnclptl cities ol the United EtMei IDE )
Europe. Special attention k'ken to collectlcni
and ocneepondeace with prompt roturaj.
I. D. Blmnndaon , E. L. 8hna ; rt ,
. W. VTalUce , J. W. RoiieT.
A. W. atruxt.
MBS , fi , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYBiCIAN AND SURGEOH
III Broadw . Cor neil BlniT * .
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