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DAiLi BEE -OOUJSOi i. J3LU.F.FS IOWA FK DAif JUNE 1
The Daily Bee.
Friday Mornlnp , Juod 1.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :
fOtnler , Solents pel week.
7 M II 110.00 par fear ,
OfiJoo : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
Republican County Convention.
The republicans of PotUwattamlo coun
ty will meet in delegate convention at the
court homo In Conni.ll Uluffi , Friday ,
June 22 , at 1 o'clock p. m.for , the purpose
of ( electing 18 delegate ) to attend the republican >
publican county convent ! > n at Dei
Jilolne. , Jane 27. E ch township will bo
entitled to the following number ot delegate -
gate * :
Kane , l t precinct,5 Layton 4
Kane , 2 durecluct. .8 Ijincolu 2
Kane , 3d precinct .7 Lswl 2
Kane , 4th piecinct 9 Macedonia 3
lioomer 2 Mlndon 2
Belknap 3 NeoU 3
Crescent 2 Norwalk 2
Carson . . . . .3 I'iesflint 2
Center 4 Rock ford 2
" " " "
Grove" . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Silver Creek 2
Guner 2 VAllny \
Hnrdln 2 Washington 2
Hazsl Dell 2 WaveUnd 2
James 3 Wright 2
Knox York 2
Keg Creek 2
. The primaries In each township , nnlors
otherwise ordered hereafter bv the town
ship committee , will S.e held June 18 , at 7
p. m. By order of
JOHN W BAIHD.
Chairman Co. Hep , Cen , Com.
MINOR MENTION ,
See Joseph Rcltcr'i spring stylos.
Additional local on seventh page ,
The Missouri is in declining health.
To rent 325 High Sohool avenue ;
$8 per month.
The board of cquallzition moots
to-night for a fmal hearing ,
The mason work of McOlnrg'a
now cracker factory has commenced ,
The Bluff City hose cart got slight
ly damaged In running to the Churchill
Permit to wed was yesterday grant *
ed to Samuel Faba to Mary Leannn
Slaton , both of Crescent.
A grand Fourth of July barbacuo
Is being arranged to take place on the
farm of Edward Barbrldgo , in Boone
Another death by a falling bluff
will soon have to bo chronicled , If
moro care Is not taken in the work of
Prof. Slattery , of the St. Joseph's
Academy , received the sad Intelli
gence yesterday of the death of his
brother In St. Louis.
Il3V. Mr. Rogers Is expected to fill
the Congregational pulpit iioxt Sun *
day , the paotor , Kev. Mr. Hainlln ,
being absent from the city.
Juliet Severance , M. D. , of Mil
waukee , will leotnro on nplrltuallnm in
Spiritual hall on Juno 17th. Subject ,
"This World and the Next. "
For all sorts of fine commurclal
printing call at Pryor's BKE job print
ing office , No. 7 Pearl street. Now
typo , now proBsos , latent styles , boat
trork , reasonable prices.
There is to bo qoito a delegation
from hero to attend the SaonRorfost
to bo hold at St. Joseph , Juno 14th to
18th , They have engaged the Har
mony band to go with thorn.
THE BEE IB the only Council Bluff :
paper which has enterprise enough to
have a representative at the Atlantic
races to send the news , which the
others greedily iopy.
There was a alight smash-up at the
Northwestern depot yesterday , c
freight car colliding with a pllo driver ,
The wreck delayed travel on Broad
way a llttlo , but It was aoon dragged
ont of the way ,
Homy Paschal Is patting up a smal
brick building ou Broadway , next t (
the Bite of the old Slonx City house
It it too bad that the whole vaoanoj
there oould not bo filled by a throe
Justice Abbott was yesterday hold
Ing a reception of Mlndon people. Thi
chief attraction waa the Boll case
The charge of carrying oonoealoi
weapons waa dismissed , and that o
assault is to bo trlod to-day.
In the district court yesterday th
CMC of Kuapp vi. the Slonx City roai
was opened up. The plaintiff waa ai
engineer In the employ of the com
pany and waa Injured In a railway ao
cldont. He claims $12,000 damagoe
Miles Mullen was arrested by 01
floor Warner yesterday ( afternoon to
atoallng a check from the Dnlo
bakery on Malu street. His asset
consisted of a revolver , thrco knlree
chain , keys and twenty cents. Th
chock ho had sold , but it was recovered
About 10 o'clock last night an alari
of fire was sounded , caused by the iti
plosion of a lamp in the residence c
Mr. Boyle , on Washington avenue
The fire department turned 01
promptly , but their services were m
needed. The damage was small.
Hon. L , 11. Bolter , ofJLogan , was at.tl
. J. 0. A. Turner , of Farlbanlt , Mine
was at the Pacific yesterday.
E. McGovero , of Missouri Valley , Is i
Attorney Joy , of Btoni City , la attcnc
Ing court here.
John Gibson , of Creaton , was at the 0
W , W. Macombcr , of Monroe , Mich. ,
at the Oifden.
F. W. atophenion , of St. Paul , bookt
at the Ogden yesterday.
E. Von Wagner , of Milwaukee , re&chi
the Ogden yesterday.
Will A. I'ryo , who Ii ft commercial tou
1st In the interest of Reed , Jones It Cc
Omaha , was in the Bluffs yesterday.
0 , It. Frederick and wife , and Mr
Turner , of Missouri Valley , were in tl
city yesterday ,
Mrs. Dr. Davis and Mrs. II. NIcbola
from Mapleton , Iowa , are -visiting Mr
Nicholas' parent ! , Mr , and MM. Ham. ]
Open for work , Pryor'a BEE Jo
Printing Office , 7 Pearl street.
Property flwuors Orumbling and
Threatening to Enjoin
Borne of the Facts nnd Figures
of the Aesoosment.
It is no unnsnnl thing for property
owners to grumble abont their taxes ,
bat this yonr there Booms to have been
a moro than ordinary rnmpns raited.
Anocaaor Stone has taken much pains
ia getting at the property and placing
a value onon It , and ho prides himself
on having made ono of the most ac
curate and jnat assessments of his
whole olHslal career. In fao'c hu stokca
his reputation on its being the boat
work ho has over dono. The aldermen ,
mooting as a board of equalization ,
have gene over the work very nareful-
ly , Item by item , and their aggregated
tlmo thus spent amounts to aa much
or moro than that spent by the as
sessor. The board has decided that
a largo number of aasossinonta should
bo raleod , thinking them too low , and
ho notified the property owners inter
ested that the board will to-night
make a final decision. It is among
thoao whoso property is to bo thus
raited that much commotion IB canaocl ,
and there are threats made of trying
to enjoin the collection of thn taxes.
The claim is sot up that the aldermen ,
mooting as a board of equalization ,
cannot Increase the asooesment , but
can only equalize it ; that they can
only Increase on some as ranch as they
take off on other property. It Is ex
pected that there will bo moro than
the usual storm raised about the al-
dormanlo oars , and yet there has boon
no assessment in making or re
viewing which moro tlmo and care has
boon shown. The hue and cry
is not raised on account of careless
ness , but on account of the alleged ab
sence of equity.
There are some strange facts con
nected with the assessment. There
are running from Main to Pearl streets
several bnntneas buildings , ono owned
by Mrs. Knoppor , occupied by the
Booton Tea company ; another two by
Alderman James , econpiod by John
Bono to Co. and by Bashnell &
Braokott ; another occupied by Harto ,
MoOnno & Co. and owned by Sim
Haas , and two others occupied by
Stewart Bros. Those buildings , with
ground , are doubtless wor'.h $10,000
and the rontola pay a big interest on
this amount. Thaso have been as
sessed at $3,000 each , but Alderman
James' buildings , which are of eho
same sort and value and apparently
worth a lltth moro , as the uppar part
la furnlihnd into offices , ban been re-
dnood to $2,500.
Alderman James * property where
ho lives is a fine ploco of land , com
posing a whole block , and haa three
good houses upon it. TIe Is aild to
have boon ollorod $27,000 for the
property. It was assessed at $0 800 ,
and the board reduced it to $5,000.
On the ether hand Mrs. Sherradon
who owns half no * much land west ,
not nearly so valuable , wud with
three honsoa , ono nhloh was moved
on to the land twenty yearn ago , and
two ether ono-story building * , was
asaossod for $1,500 , but It is proposed
to raise her property to $2GOO.
The thirty acres of ground owned
by Foster , the green house rnpn and
florist , all in a fine slate of cultiva
tion , and well improved by buildings ,
la assoBEcd at $40 an acre , while the
five acres of hollow and bluff , on
which is located the llttlo powder
house , it is proposed to raise to $100
The elegant homo of Mr. Orltton-
don , with twenty-four acres of land ,
the house probably costing $8,000 , o
now brick barn , utc. , is placed nl
$2,500. A St. Louis man , a "for
eigner , " a non-roaident , has four acres
between Orittondon & Sledeutopi't
plooo of land , which is very broken
and unimprovedla to bo raised to $12c
an aero. Alderman Slodontopf's pro
perty with buildings which are rathoi
old , was placed at $150 an aero , and
the alderman made no protest.
The Ogden house and Pacllio houio
1 are assessed alike , $15,000 each ,
f The Union Pacific is assessed foi
The building owned by M , Bonnet' '
and occupied by Van Brunt , Thomp
son & Co. , waa assessed at $4,000
and is to bo raised to $0,000 , whlli
the Shngart implement company1 !
building assessment is not $500 dlf
eront. Bounatt's building Is GO fee
square , while the Shugart building li
50 by 100 , and both are three stories
These are but samples of some o
the figuiing , showing howmen'o judgment
mont will differ.
SOUTHERN GENTLEMEN AT
A Momentary Ulaundoratandlnsr Between
tweon the Oolonol and Major.
From the Chicago Herald.
On the train botwoan Montgomery
Ala. , and Nashville , Tono. , there won
a dozen of us chatting away In thi
smoking-car , when ono of the met
drew out a pack of cards and propose !
a game of euchre. lie soon found i
partner , and after a few hands the
began playing for $1 a point and toi
points for a game. Naturally onougl
we wore all interested , and moro o
loss excited. _ By and by there was
slip somewhere , and the one callo
colonel remarked :
"Major , hands off the cards ! "
"Bog your pardon , Colonel , but th
trick Is mine. '
"Major , 1 hope you will excuse m
for calling you a llnr. "
"Oh , certainly , Colonel , but I tak
that trick with the king of spades. "
id "If you do , Major , I'll take yo
with this ! " eald the Colonel , as hi
shooter came out.
"Ah ! let mo BOO , Colonel lot m
nee. Yon led the nine of spades an
1 put on the king. "
"No , Major ; I led the nlno <
hearts and you refused suit. "
"That's so that's so , " said th
M jor , as ho looked over his cardi
"Oolonol , I beg your pardon for hav
ing taken you for a blackleg. "
"Ob , don't mention it. Excuse m
for having hesitated to shoot yo
when I believed yon to bo a Chloig
j gambler , It'a your play , Major ! "
A NEW TRICK.
A Woman tasted for Being in
tlio Gonfldonco Business ,
A Denver Lady is the Victim.
Another oonfidonco trick was tnmcd
At the Union Pacific depot yesterday.
There is nothing particularly startling
or no * In that fact alone , bat thonow
foataro of the case la that the victim
was a woman , and the woman who
tarnod the trick was a woman , too.
If the women are going Into the busi
ness , then there will bo mnoh mis
chief to pay. The victim la a very
pleasant appearing lady , named Mra.
BunUon , who was on routa to her
homo In Denver , having boon on a
trip east , accompanied by her llttlo
daughter. At the Union Pacific depot -
pot hero she foil In conversation with
another woman , and the two started
to walk along down towards
thu Drovers' hotul , just an the malu
cotitidencor and victim have done bo-
foro. On the way they mot a man ,
who demanded of the confidencu
woman some money , saying ho had
got the i > oodf. After some talk the
victim was indnoud tn lend the other
woman $50 taking a check of100 for
security. The oonfidonco feraalo
walked back toward the depot with
the man tn BOO about the goods , leav
ing the Denver lady to walk along
elowly until overtaken. It did not
Ukrt long for the victim to have her
suspicions aroused , and soon con *
firmed , that she had been awlLd.cd.
She secured the Horvlcos of
the police , and In company
with Oflicor Mallou started In suuroh
of the Bwlndloro. They soon
got track of the supposed oanfidenco
woman , though drcseed In diftaront
clothes , having apparently changed
her drooa , The Denver lady identified
her , and had the oflicor arrest hor.
On being taken to the police station
the woman gave her name on Mra.
Susan McLiughliu , and claimed to bo
entirely innocent of any knowledge of
the transaction in nuy respect. Sbo
was stout In her assertion that it was
a case of mistaken Identity.
The chock on which the money was
borrowed waa very bungllngly filled
ont. It waa dated Topokn , April 27 ,
1882 , and was drawn on the Flrit
National Bank of Topeka , in favor of
"rlra. Mary E. Wells , or bcsror , for
462 , and nlgnod "OicarB. Mane well ,
oo'y. " The unmbor of the chock
as 14,487 , and It wai endorsed ,
Mrs. Mary E Wells , countersigned
, nd registered April 27 , 1882. "
Commercial job printing , finest
tyloa and reasonable rates , at ' Pryor's
BEE Job Offiao , 7 Pearl street.
Dr. West. Dentist , 14 Pearl strco
A Poor Tlmo to Oust Oil'a Lino.
ian 1'ranclaco Call.
The steamship NowOrloano had been
ttachod for $05,000 , uud lay moored
t the old long wharf. Captain Nud
iVukoman , who had boon the hero of
moro than nno otcnpudo In running
itoamors off under a sheriff's ' IIOPO
ho most notable ono being In New
York harbor itched to got away with
IjoNow Orloauo , and , onca on blue
water , snap his fingoro at all sheriff *
nd their legal prooceaoa. Sheriff
"ohn 0. Hays was wary. SUty five
housand dollars was at stake , uud It
teed him lu hand to kcop his oycs
open. Ono evening a mosKongor came
running to his oilioeoutof breathand
"Something wrong going oi at the
wharf , oolonol. "
"What about ? "
"Tho Orleans. Steam's up. Itloeks
to mo aa if she waa going to make a
It did not take many momenta for
the shorllf to reach the ooouo , where
ho found a Bailer meddling with the
"Lot that alone , " oemmauded the
"Who nro you ? " asked the Bailor.
"I'm the sheriff of the county. Gel
away from there aa quick aa you can. '
The sailor reported the state of af
fairs to O.vpt. Wakeman who thought
ho could do what the Bosnian failed to
accomplish. IIo came forward for the
"Wakoman"Bftld the sheriff slowly ,
"you must let that line remain whuro
It Is. "
"Suppose I ohooso to cast it oil
what then ? "
"I will kill you , " returned the
sheriff In a low tone and the same
even voice , but there waa.no mistak
ing the look lu his eyes ,
The two men Greek pined Greek
about equally matched lu resolution
and daring , looked steadily In eacl
other's faoo for about a minnto
Wakeman with his hand on the huw-
eor , and the * Bhorlil'with hi * on the
butt of hU pistol
"I believe you would , by 1' '
eald the captain at loot. The stoarae
remained at the wharf.
Cur Now ixmu uuu improvement Uo
Investigation Into the matter con
vlncoa us that ono of the moat oquita
bio , roosouablo and feasible plans o
building honBos Is that proposed am
In operation by the Mercantile Loan
Trust and Improvement company o
this city. By Investing in sharea in
this Institution , which Is backed by
some of our best and most rollabl
business men , it becomes posilblo am
comparatively easy for a man of moderate
orate means to secure a comfortabl
homo 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 hous
of his own for about the sams a
ho pays monthly for rent. W
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trtis
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a Ion
felt want in Council Bluffa. Thol
plans and system of loans will boa
the most careful scrutiny and exam
( nation , and wo have no hesitancy it
pronouncing them reasonable am
equitable , and backed by gentlemen
of honor and integrity , An the com
pnny exists It becomes at once an In
atltutlon of value and credit to on
city and those who dealro homes
Their president Is T. A. Klrkland
vice president , Judge Pcako ; secretary
rotary , I. 11. Beery ; treaourer , Ool
Beobo , and their office is In the base
ment of Shugart'a and MoMahon'
now block , comer Irst avenue am
Pearl street , kj n27-ly
J. N. OASADY. F. II. ORCUTT.
502 BROADWAY , : - COUNCIL IJLUFFS , IOWA.
Only one in the City. Stock now
Mail Orders Solicited.
CA&ADY & ORCUTT ,
Bulk and Barrel Lime ,
LOUISVILLE KM PORTLAND
MICHIGAN PL4STER , HAUl AND SEWER PIPE.
Hard and Soft Coal a Lnwnet Price. No. 31 Pearl Strn t Corn-1 ! muffs.
rib ribiAiGXaribdtaMidBiiJM WB # ft
Wholesale and Retail
Fine Sh a Specialty ,
Broadway , Bluffs.
MUG&NT & SMITH ,
Firstrclass Goods nnd the Best of Workmanship
Non. 7 and 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
I 18 Mulu Street nnd 17 Pearl Street.
DRUGGISTS. Proacrlotlons com-
L B. CLARK &
. t j pnnndsd at all bourn. ICC Broadway.
I ORESTON ' TrnrrcjT ? . f Grocery 215 Slain Street ,
| | .
note17 ] & 219Mhln 81.
f/l BABSTOW. M. P. . Cor. Bth OFFICE St. and : 6tli ' Avo.
OFFICE : Cor. Main and 5th , np-ntntrs ,
J. F. Roaldouce , 609 Willow Avenue.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
. , Oflico over American Express.
UIAPEJCD MVBRY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
SQ WnUllCfi1 | for fnnorali at reasonable rates , No , 22 4th St.
M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who'ctate butter , fgKB , poultry and fruit. Ship to ui. Draft bj return null. H6 Broadway.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
S. A. PIERCE , Oor. Main and First avenuo.
PETHYBBiDCE & HEBBOTZ
, kot , 327 Broadway.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
G. F. Broadway. Plans nnd specifications furnished9
In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
W. W. SHERMAN.In brings patronage. 124 Main atrcot.
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artlatlo Work
and Reasonable Otiargeo. 872 Broadway.
FURNITURE , STOVES and
HOWE & SON , Housahold Supplies , 303 Broadway ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , James Block.
LINDT & HART , Practices in etato and federal courts.
ICE CREAM AJSD OONFEO
MRS. S. J. BROWN , TIONERY , 210 Broadway.
Mann'f Flno FurnJturo , Upholstery cooda
E.STOCKERT&CO. , Curtains and Window Shades , 309 Brway-
And bath houao , 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Sov
erelgn , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. D. , Phy
VETERINARY SURGEON , Ofilco
WADE GARY , Bray's ntablo , No. 12 Scott street ,
Manuf of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup-
- J. HENNESSY , piled , 8th St. , between Gth and 7th Avenue.
Justice of the Peace , Notary Public
j. and General Conveyancer , 415 B'way
SMITH & NORTON , Broadway , opp. Now
REVERE HOUSE . Opera Honso. Refitted. $1 , § 1.GO per day
DE GAY & GASSEL , CONTRACTORS Corner Sixth street and and BUILDERS Avenue G.
NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
W. H. ALfviY , GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadway.
I. D. 1BMUHDBOS , 1. L.SnUOiST , i. W.STEIR
I'roeldent. Vlce-Fics't. ' Cashlci , |
Of OonnoU Tllnffi.
Organized under the la a ot the State ol Iowa
Paid up capital 9 76,005
Authorl cJc plul , . _ . SCO.OOO
Internt | wld on tlrao depoilti. Drafts luaurd
on the principal cities of the UnltsJ Qutes and
Europo. Sroclal etteutlou Klven to collectloul
and coiretpondtnco with prompt loturas.
J. D. Eiimanilton , K. L. Hhntrart ,
. W. WUIacs , J. W. Uodlor.
A. W. Ctuol.
WINTHEELICH BED'S ,
Ii'fln ' & Brass Foeflry
Oor. Cth Street and llth Avenue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA ,
P. OVERTON ,
Hard Wood , Yellow Pine
and Red Cedw Lumber ,
O k and Kcd C.-dar rillnu , CoJ r Telegrap
I'oles and Fcuco I'osts , Oak Dimension Btull
IlildKe MatirU ) of all kluds , at Bed Keck I'llcos.
A Specialty In
WOOD ATO COAL
for brlclc yard purjioses. A full supply cfwoo <
and coal ulway on hind t jarJ , bOi and bO
Main street. Olllce , 605 Flrii avenue , btt *
Main and 1'mil btrteto.
MOURAN , KELLER & G0i ,
The ttneat quality and lanrcst stock wosl C
Chicago of oodcn and Metillc Cases. Calls at
tended to at all hours. We rtcfr competition
quality of iroodt or prices. Our Mr .Morpan has
crreu as uuuurtaker for forty jears and thor
oughly unowniuuida hl nu ne e. Wareroonis
311 Brcadway. UHHOI TEIUNQ In all It *
branchMuromotlyattendM to also carpet- later
tor and laniortqulns. relrcraphlc auu wa 01
en filled HiUwnl delay ,
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S. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 Broadway , Council Bluffs , \TrvWA
West Side Square , Olarlnda/1UWA >
B. S. TERWILLIGER ,
DECORATOR AND DEALER IN FANCY
31 Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DUQUETTE , GUIBEKT & CO. ,
( Succeraors to EKD & DUQUETTE )
16 and 18 Pearl-st , Council Bluffs , la.
SULLIVAN & FITZGERALD ,
GROGERIESPROVISI03 , BOOTS & SHOES
on Bark of Ireland , Dublin , for tale. 343 Broadway , Oonncll Bluffs.
Broadway Steam Laundry !
724 WEST BROADWAY ,
A. O. LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY.
JOHN R. MARTIN ,
PLUMBEB , GAS AMD STEAM FITTER
HIB a full line of BUh "J'ubs , Slnke , Boilers. Brasa nnd Lead Goods. Lead and Iron
Pipes and fittlnrja. Jobbing promptly attended to. First-class worl : guaranteed.
NO. 11PEAHL STUVET. . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
LTC. BRACKEft ,
224 and 226 Broadway.
BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES ,
Greatest Variety In the City. No stranger thould fall to visit my store roome.
B. S. COLE & CO. ,
UANUTAOTUnEItS AND REALEUS IN ALL THK HOST IMfhOVKD KINH8 OF
LIGHTING RODS h
Also Wood nd Iron PUMPSi Wood Tubing a-d OM Pipe and I'umn fixtures , for both Woo
add Iron Pump * . Orders will receive prompt attention. No. COI HMith Main Strrot ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. JlS-cod-tS
TITLE . ABSTJAOJJonOt )
ands and Lots Bought and Sold.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOW RATES.
HOTAEIES PUBLIC AND CONVEYANCERS.
3 UNCIL BLUFFS IOWA
MAXMOHN , PROPRIETOK ,
215 , 217 and 219 south Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . . IOWA.
THE IiEADINQ DEALER IN
337 Broiidwny , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa , 4 * * i
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. SpecUl advertisements , BUG
Loal , ronnd , To Lo n , For Bulo , To Rent ,
Wants , BotrdlnK , etc. , will be Inscrtod In thU
column it the ow rite of TEN CENTS PER
LINE tor the first Insertion tnd FIVE CENTS
PER LING for each subeequent Insertion.
Lc ve kdr crtlwm. at our office , No. T
Pearl Street , near Bioadway.
ImmedlitMr , a Rood Ironer at
WASTED House , Council Iliads.
A elrl for ironera ! house work.
WANTED TO rtcomendulon. U. iledman ,
- situation as a miller , 16 years
WANTED-A . 6 jcars under roller procen.
Ko iBtonedrcsjcr. Address II , o. 2S. BRI
AUTAMl'liL * KYtrybody In Council JSlnai toY
Y\ to take Tni Bin. SO cants per week , io
llvercd by carrlere. Oaica , No r Putl Str e >
For Bale nna Rent
. 8\LB-A hotel , fuinlshed , ( focd locillly
F0.1 ( , -00J tcrtin. Address A. E. II. , UKK
Oflce , Council BluOii.
A eccd country hotel for 1 * rr
HOTKL for farm or city pro' ' trty. Kollr &
Uro * ' , 319 Bincroft St. , Council Blutli.
- . II. W. Wllsgn , at Off-
den lieu-e. I'ijchornttrlt : reidlig andde-
lin Uon otchiMcter , etc , < 2. petaioplnzclr-
c'eiTutsdar , Tburiday , and Saturday
AdmlMlan SO ceiti.
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delphla , Fonna.
Offlco Oor , Broadway & Blenn AYB. f
COUHCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Tb * treatment of all dleeues and pMntnl
Braltlea pecullti to ferrules a BpecUlir
W. R. VAUGHAN :
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omaha nnd Council BluQa
RrM Estate & Collection Agency ,
n Odd Fellow s block , over Savings'
WllOLFJAtK CU11K IN \
PROMPT CASH PAID.
No comraliiloDi ck rjtd. Send lorQuoUtloai.
642 Bio dw j. - ( COUKCIL BLUFFS.
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