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DAiLi J3LHFES IOWA FJRIDA * JUNE 15
The Daily Bee.
Friday Morning , June 151
lUDSCniPTlON BATES :
Br Carrier , - - - - - SOcenUpcrweek ,
BTMi.il - - - - - - HB.OO per Year.
once : No , 7 Pearl Street , Hear
See JoMph Rotter * ! eprlnR style * .
Addition * ! local on Mtenth pi % ,
Some tnoak thlof hai deprived J.
W. MoElroy o ! a new coat and vott.
The hallway which waa the scene of
the Incendiary fire the other night , In
The Methodists hold a pleasant
social last evening at the residence of
Mr. T. E. Gavin.
The barbcono being arranged for
the Fourth will be ono of the atrlking
features of the day ,
Peter Bechtolo'a now hotel Is reach
ing Into the third atory now and la
certainly a great Improvement.
John Barker , arroated by Ofiiaer
Leonard for being drank , waa fined
the usual amount yentorday , and paid
Permit to wed waa yesterday given
to Leonard Gronso , of DOB Molneh ,
and Jalla E. llnpont , of Corning ,
county , Neb.
Broadway prcaouta & buoy appear
ance , there being a largo number of
men employed digging the tranches
for the barylng of the water mains.
Officer Olou h arrested Dr. Oady for
being drnnk , driving recklessly and
abating his horse. Tno cases tan boon
continued until this afternoon.
Council Bluffs hao an attractive pro
gram mo for the coming Fourth of
July , and many etrangctra will bo
drawa to the olty by the celebration ,
Ooorgo Witting , of dug-out notorie
ty , was up ntfftln yesterday morning
for being drunk , and was fined $7. GO ,
which ho wae , of course , unable to
A. D , West , the general agent of
the Chicago , Burlington & Qaluoy , la
building a pony telegraph line from
hla cffioo to the depot , to facilitate the
transaction ol bnnlnoii which la BO on
the Increase ai to necessitate It.
In Justice Sohnrz' court yesterday
ft ease was tried In which Constable
Kdgerton , of Omaha , sued the former
Deputy United States Marshal , Stuart ,
for foes In serving some papers. The
arguments are yet to bo made.
Some fine sport Is premised at the
driving part on the 4th and 5th of
July. There Is the assurance that
the nnrabor of entries for the races
will bo largp , while the other features
of the Fourth will draw a crowd , and
ploano them , too.
Mhs Mamie P. Vaughan , a nleco of
W. R. Vaughan , has just finished an
excellent or&yon portrait of little R'ish ,
the son whom 0. S. Clark , of The
Nanpnroll , lately loot by sickness. Shu
has alcn dona an excellent Madonna In
crayon fur RJV. Father MoMonomy.
Prof Olker Is on the wor.path aftei
the reckless reporter who stated tha !
It was his team which got tired ol
waiting for him and run away. Ai
rightly stated In TUB BEE it was c
team belonging to Mr. Donany , and
WM not iu his charge at the time
There waa a quiet wedding In a
double sense at the institution of the
deaf and dumb yesterday , the bride
groom being George W. Ramsey , the
foreman of the shoo-shop , and Jennie
Hancock. His home Is In Brooklyn ,
Poweshlek county , and hers in Gild-
den , Carroll county. Ho la a mute
and she a semi-mute. There arc
many frlenda of both to congratulate
them ou their happy union.
J. N. Baldwin and O. A. flolmci
were exchanging some rather ihar ;
drives yesterday , In the trial of a cast
before Justice Sebum , and the word ]
waif are having got pretty warm anc
personal , the justice started to chool
thoui , saying : "Come , gentlemen ,
this won't do , but changed his mine
nd remarked : "Oh , well , never mind
I know yon lawyers don't moan hal ;
yon say , anyway. " The crowd roaroc
and the bantering was more effectual ! ]
atopped than a sharp reprimand wonli
A colored woman appeared at pollci
headquarter ! yesterday In great anxi
ety of mind , and poured forth hei
troubles , It seems that she got Mar
tin , the oxpresaman , to haul a llttli
pile of wood a few blocks , and becansi
ho did not have the CO cents to paj
him , ho hauled the wood away some
where. Chief Fields heart mellowed
and ho took the half dollar out of hi
own pocket , and gave It to her , will
Instructions to tender It to Martli
and have him deliver the wood.
Bneik-thlevcs visited the house o
Mrs. Booth , on Stntsman street , Wednesday
nosday night. The family , on golni
op Biulri to retire for the night , fount
the beds pulled apart aa thong ]
earched , and the contents of a trnnl
scattered about , but nothing wa
xnUsod. It la thought they were afto
a sum of money , which was In th
house , but which was too carofnll ;
secreted for them to find , Th
strangest part of all Is that In ono o
the rooms chloroform had been splllei
by the thieves , and ono of the lamp :
had bean burning , as It was still warn
when ono of the family started ti
BheritI Qnlttar started last ovouln
lor another trip to Fort Madison , tak
ing two prlioners with him , ou
Cook , sentenced for two years on on
charge of larceny and thirty days 1
jail ou another. Ho will take his ja
sontencB after ho serves his two yean
The other prisoner was Lyons , the 0
B. Jt Q car burglar , who goes fc
eighteen months. Ihoro are still fet
prisoners to take across tbo stati
Baking ten in all for this term <
court. The fact that of all tried on ]
one was acquitted Is rather remarki
ble , and shows up well for the tern
Commercial job printing , fine
aiylei ind reasonable rates , at Pryoi
Bo Job Office , 7 P arl street
Open for work. Fryer's But J <
Printing Ofioe , 7 PMrl itmt.
HIS LAST TRIP ,
A Traveling Man Poisons Himself
at the Pacific Honse ,
He Leaves a Business Like Note
Bat Aosigns uo Cause ,
Pawn Tickets Indioab
Bar * Sledding-
About noon yesterday tbo discover ?
was made th t ono of the gucatfl ol
the PaolGo homo waa lying dead in hli
room. Ho proved to bo a strangei
who came to the hotel Wednosdaj
morning and registered as "H. 0 ,
Francis , N Y. " When found ho wai
qnlto cold and rigid , and had apparently
ontly died lomotlmo during the night ,
There was froth about hla mouth and
Indications of having boon poll-
onod. Ho was a fine looking man ,
apparently about thirty-five years ol
ego , rather dark oomploxlonod and a
full board , trimmed rather close
Upon the table waa a pad of writing
paper , on the first sheet of which ho had
written In a round , firm hand , very
buelness-liko , the following words :
June 13. "My real name la Harry V.
Crane. I have been traveling for the
Jewell Belting Co , Hartford , Conn. I
hare poisoned myself. I have a trunk ,
the check fur which IB In my pants pocket.
It Is at Transfer depot. Telegraph Jewell
Belting Co. , Hartford , Conn.
Under his pillow were four llttlo
bottles cf morphlno pills. Hla clothIng -
Ing waa hanging up In the room , and
In his pocketbook were found railway
checks and a number of business cards
of Field & Welch , quarry men , ot
Qulncy , Mass. There waa also a post-
office order for 810 , dated Oharlton ,
Iowa , Juno 4 , and payable at Qutncy ,
Mats. Two pawn tickets wore also
found , both bolouglng to Omaha. Ono
was fora diamond pin at Lihrnan's , on
which $44 waa ' duo July 12 , Indicating
that ho had'pawned It about the 12th
of this month. The other pawn ticket
was at Kred Moohlo'a , for a gold watch
and ohaln , on which $27. GO was duo ,
the date of the loan being June 12 ,
Both tickets have the name of Travli
Instead of Orano , Those tickets Indl
oato that ho waa in Omaha Tneidaj
last , and for some roaion got abort ol
funds , and pawned his jowelry. There
waa found in his pocketbook $27.80 IE
Coroner Fnl was notified and a jarj
impaneled , consisting of H , J. Henry ,
E , H. Odell and Charles D. Parmeloo ,
Mr. Ferguson , the proprietor of the
hotel , toatin'od aa to the man coming
to the hotel , but ho had not noticed
anything peculiar' about him. He
waa no and down stairs , and about
the office much the day before. In
the evening the man wanted a boy tc
go to a drug atoro , and the boy wont
over but could not get what ho wont
for , and the man seemed qalto angry
and wont himself ,
From the testimony of Dr. McKuno
it appeared what ho went for. Ho
aald that the boy came to the otoro
first' and wanted some morphine for a
man at the hotel. The .boy waa told
liat they could not glvo it to him , but
hat the man himself must come aftei
t. Boon the man appeared and re
nested some morphine. * He was in-
orrogated as to what he wanted It for
nd said that ho suffered greatly al
Imea from neuralgia , and wanted 1
or that. Ho was going enl
weat , where ho could not get any verj
well , It being out in the mining die-
riot , and wanted two bottle * . Th <
ottloa were aold to him , and he
Ignod the register , aa la usually ro-
nlred when poison is bought. The
act that four bottles were found it
.Is . room , indicates that ho must have
lurohaaod two moro at some othei
ilaoe. What ho wanted of so mud
or suicidal purposes ia a mystery.
The porter , J. O. Penman , testified
bat the deceased in the evening aakec
or a pitcher of Iced tea , and said h <
wanted to get fixed for the night. Hi
aid ho had sent over to get BOOK
medicine , and acted aa though in pain
Dr. Cook testified that there wai
, bout 21 grains missing from on <
lottlo , and that one-half a grain wonlc
anso death ordinarily.
The body was taken care of by Mr ,
Oonnoll , the undertaker , and tele
grams sent as directed in his last note
The OAUGHEY"HOUSE on Broad
way is ouo jf the bsst hotola of iti
Uo In the west.
Kedzlo Filtora at J. 0. Blxby'a.
Yon ohould call and examine Cassa
dy & Orcutt'a largo Block of L ci
Wet nails $3.00 per keg , at DoVe
Juat received , a oar-load of cobs
Address orders to L B. Cousins , Boa
109 , Olty.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Berth
Hason caused the arrest of her hni
> and , Charles Mason , on a charge o
.dultery . with a woman named Boll
3arrls , for whom a warrant was all
ssued. The latter waa not found , bn
tfason was , and not bolng able to glv
> end , was taken to jail to await th
tearing of the case baforo Justto
Vaughan this morning , Mason Btonl
ly denies the charge laid at hla dooi
iays that ho dooa not know the worna :
Harris , and that his wife haa boon BC
up to it by relatives.
Don't forgot W. T. Braun'a ic
oroam parlors when yon want anvthlu
In that lino.
Mandol'a Is the place to Bell or bu
furniture or household gooda.
Nugent & Smith , merchant tallon
NOB. 7 and 9 Main street , have jni
received another line of exoelloc
salting ! of the latest styles for uaj
mer wear. Call on them.
For bargains in jewelry call at
ee Michaels & Daniels' ,
These pleasant days cause Bayll
park to bo a popular retort for the
who have a little time to alt down ai
take life easy.
Awning for sale cheap ai J. 0. Bl
by' , 333 Broadway ,
THE WATER WORKS.
President Hopkins , of Hew York ,
Inspects Them Personally ,
The Push to Make Up for De
lays Caused by Storms ,
The Excellent Character of tht
Work Beiog Doan-
Sidney W. Hopkins , Eiq. , of No *
York , president of the Council Blnfft
Olty Water Works company , arrived
in Council Bluffs on Tuesday morning
last. Harry Blrklnblno , the super
vising engineer of the company , mo !
him at the depot , and so eager wat
the president to see what progress had
been made slnco his lost visit , that ho
sent his baggage to the Ogden house
and accompanied Mr. Blrklnbluo iu
his carriage over to the works.
Mr. Hopkins appeared to bo disap
pointed at the slowness with which the
woik has progressed during hla ub-
sonco , but he showed evident satisfac
tion at the character of the work done
alnco ho waa last In CouncilBlcffi , It
was explained to him that dniiog the
month of May rain hod fallen on
twenty-eight days , and hd could not
therefore expect much progreea during
BDch weather The fine weather
of the past few days boa , however ,
enabled the engineer to augment his
force and the result is apparent In
every department of the work. The
pipe layoro on Broadway hr.vo reached
Bancroft street , and if the weather
continues favorable all of upper Broad
way will soon bo piped.
At Olon avennu thn ollpht damage
done by the late storm to the gate
house has been repaired , und the now
work has been nlcoly nodded tiltn
fresh acd and the temca U
now complete with Ita verdure
of green that everywhere moots
ho oyo. Puddling is progressing
tcadlly on the surface of the inside
imbankmout of the storage reservoir ,
nd each day showa a satisfactory rise
owarda the top of the embankment
if the clay material now going Into
ho work. Aa the horses pursue their
monotonous rounds , dragging bahlnd
hem the heavy iron rollers used to
ack the material into solidity , ono
an BOO how slow la this pro-
ess of lining the inner aur-
MCO of the embankments , which
so necessary to make a perfectly
Ight water basin. With that done ,
he company can put in place the
rick lining , and the reservoir will be
eady to receive the water.
All the land occupied by the corn-
any which surrounds the reservoir at
Glen aronno has been fenced , and
hns intruders , both man and beast ,
ro kept from interfering with the
work or marring the grounds , which
ow look so beautiful.
The sodding of the outer surface of
ho embankments of all the rcoervolrs
as done no early In the aooson , end
o well done that no effects upon thorn
f the recent rains are anywhere per-
eptlblc. Although the expense of
ruatnentlng the work in this manner
aa boon largo , It is questionable
whether the cost haa been anything
u ar the expense of repairing the em-
inkmouts had they been left nnpro-
oated when the recent severe storm
' ( sited the city. The engine house
t the river begins to show
low colld and beautiful a
truotnro it is to be , the walls are up
early to the point necessary for pat-
lug on the roof , and If the present
'avorable weather continues , In a very
: ow days moro the roof will be In
Uoe. Wo are informed that the
lumping machinery was shipped from
bo east last Monday and will arrive
in the ground somotlmo during the
atter psrt of this month , Arrange
ments are perfootod to set II
p In the engine house a
loon as It arrives. All the remaining
ydrauts , we are told , were also ship-
cd on Wednesday of this week and
will roach the city early next week.
The engineer informs us that ho in-
ends to take advantage of the preseul
'avorablo weather to push the work
o the utmost of his ability. The al
most dally rains In May prevented i
atlefaotory prosecution of the work
ast month , and there la an evident
Intention now to make up for time
lost from that cause.
The Jowott refrigerator at Cooper < S
Real Estate Transfers.
The following are the real cstati
ransfora , reported Juno 14 , 1883 , bj
Rose & MoMahon , No , 4 Pearl street
Oounoll Bluffa , Iowa :
E. A. Gammoll to Lewis A. Hats-
well , n * . nth 20 , 74 , 39 ; $960.
Wm. Garner to Robert Boyd , part
of snwK 17 , 75 , 43j $90.
Jos , F. Jamleson to district town
ship of Valley , part of an , ci | , 9
" , 89 ; $150.
8. E Dana to Michael Phalen , rl
, 31,74 , 38 ; $1.000.
\Vm , McGee to F. S. Bolonder , eej
J , 7 , 75 , 39 ; $1 200.
Total Bales , $4,000.
Dr. West. Dentist , 14 Pearl street
Our Nowlioon tuiu improvement Uo
Investigation Into the matter con
vlncca us that ono of the most equita
bio , reasonable and feasible plans o
building houses Is that proposed am
In operation by the Mercantile Loan
Trust and Improvement company o
this city. By Inventing In shares li
this Institution , which la backed bj
some of our boat and moat rellabli
business men , It becomes possible am
comparatively easy for a man of moderate
orate means to secure a oomfortabli
homo for himself and family. In tuk
ing a certain number of shares , at i
cortaln monthly payment , la a foi
yearn a man can own a hous
of hla own for about the sains a
he pays monthly for rout. W
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trui
company , by organizing and opouln ,
up for business , having filled a Ion
felt want In Council Bluffs. Thel
plans and system of loons will bea
the most careful scrutiny and exam
( nation , and we have no hesitancy 1
pronouncing them reasonable an
equitable , and backed by gontleme
of honor and Integrity , As the con :
puny exist * It become * at once an It
stltotlors of value and credit to ot
olty and those who desire homei
Thelf pmUtnt U T. A , Klrklanc
J. N. OASADY , F. H. ORCUTT.
GASADY & ORCUTT ,
502 BKOADWAY , - ' - COUNCIL BLUFFS , SOWA.
Only one in the City. Stock now
Mai ! Orders Solicited.
CASADY & ORCUTT ,
Bulk and Barrel Lime ,
LOUISVILLE kM PORTLAND CEMENT ,
MICHIGAN PLASTER , HAIR AND SEWER PIPE.
Hard ami So't Ceal a Lowest 1'tlco. No. 3t Tcarl Street Canntll BlulTa.
Wholesale and Retail
Fine Shoes a Specialty ,
413 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
NUGENT & SMITH ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
First-class Goods and the Best of Workmanship
Tos. 7 and 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DIRECTORY. COUKClTBLUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN BEMO Si CO. , . Main GENERAL Street MERCHANDISE. and 17 Pearl Street.
I D niADVP Oft DRUGGISTS. Prescriptions com-
L. D. bLAHSv ot UU ij poundrd at oil hours. 100 Broadway.
UIAY lUSnUII \ ' ' ' < / Grocery 216Main Street.
rm'R'qT'nisr Trnrr ? w .
ffiMA iYiUHN JORESTON | Hotol,217 & 219 Main St.
itfjDADCTOW M S OFFICE :
. IVa PMilOlUltf III. P. . Cor. 5th St. and 6tb Ave.
LID I C UfUITC OFFICE : Cor. Main nnd 5th , np-stalrs.
Jlli U. .if . 111 I Cj Residence , 609 Willow Avenue.
NQ P ! < ! 1 1 D 7 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE , .
Office over American Express.
III A Oil CD LIVERY AND FEED. WILL CONTRACT
SO ifHuNLIli for funerals at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who'Male butter , egg > , poultry ui fiuK. Ship to ui. Draft by return mill. Ii6 Broadway.
fiji A nirnnr NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
) fV I ILnUCi Cor. Main and First avenue.
PETHYBRIDCE & HERBEBTZ , ket , 327 Broadway.
Merchant tailor. Stock complete , and suits made
at reasonable prices. No. 805 Main street.
P 3 MITU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th and
! Vjlfll I lIs Broadway. Plans and opoclficatlons furnished' '
QUEDMAIU In FINE HARNESS I have the
WUf . ontunmiHft that brings patrouago. 124 Main street ,
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artlstlo Work
and Reasonable Ooargoa. 872 Broadway ,
OHM FURNITURE , STOVES and
UUlli Household Snpullos , 303 Broadway
ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Jaraos Block.
Practices In state and federal courts.
Hf ! Mann'fFiuoFnriiUuro.Upholotorygoodi
EOTffifltfCDTP 6 I UUij Curtains and WlndoTf Shades , 309 BVay.
And bath house , 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Sov
orolgn , Prop. , P. J. Montgomery , M. P. , Fhy. .
ftADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
llMni Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street ,
UETiMyCCCV Mannf' of HORSE COLLARS , Trade sup
PI nK-linilOO I j pllod , 8th St. , between Gth and7th Avenue ,
I ADHflTT Justice of the Peace , Notary Public
Ui HDSjUli | and General Conveyancer , 415 B'way ,
SMITH & NORTON , Broadway , opp.
Opera House. Refitted. 81 , $1.60 per day ,
ntrnAV O OACCCI CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Ub UHI Ot UnuOCLj Corner Sixth street and Avenue G ,
ftl R/JV / NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
, II. ftLlli I | GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadway ,
vlco proaldent , Judge Poako ; sec
retary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Beobu , nnd their ollico la in the base-
rnent of Shugart's and MoMahon'a
I now block , corner First avonno and
- - inn27-ly
WINTHSKLIOH BEO'S ,
Iron & Brass Foundry
Cor. Cth Street and llth Avonno ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
IHO . orrioM. , " M.
OFFICEE & PUSEY ,
Ooiincil Bluffs , la ,
Established , - - 1858
Dttlin U Vottif * Md PUBMMI
P. OVERTON ,
Hsrd Wood , Yellow Fin <
and Red Cedar Lumber ,
O uu itcd C dar VIVas , CeJar Telcgrap
Poles aud Fence Posts , Oak Dimension oluf
IlilJge Mateital otkll kinds , at lied luck Prlcei
A Specialty In
WOOD AUD COAL
( or brick yard pniposn. A full supply ef oo
and coal always on hwid at jard. b J and 8C
Main street. Office. 605 Ftrsl aieuue , betwe
Ualn and I'cirl etreeU.
HOBQAN , KELLER & 00. , !
- ZCOEl 3 % S
mMflnwT quality and Urewt stock weet c
Chicago olVoodeu and MeUjlo Oue . Ctllf al
UndS to it all hour. . W.defi competition
quality c wdJ or price * . Our Ur ilorean hi
iMTeaaiuuoutakerfur forty > ean and the
oturhlT uDaeatacdf Ml buatnea. Wareroom
5U JrS ww. UPnOLBTlRINQ In all 1
orinebWcroSiUy tUnd.d toalw eupM-li
lamorequlni. Alwpta Ma au > o
Z. T. LINDSSY & GO.
412 Broadwftv , Council Bluffi , \ rritv .
WeoJ Side Squoro , OlarlndaJ 1UWA <
B. S. TERWILLIGER ,
DECORATOR AND DEALER IN FANCY
31 Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DUQUETTE , GUIBERI & CO. ,
( Sacceaaora to ERB & DUQUETTE )
16 a d 18 Pearl-st , , Council Blu.Ts , la.
SULLIVAH & FITZGERALD ,
Drafts on Bank of Ireland , Dublin , for sale. 343 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
L C. BRACKET ! ,
224 and 226 Broadway.
BOOKS , TOYS AND NOVELTIES ,
Greatest Variety in the City. No stranger should fall to visit my store roome.
R. S. COLE & CO. ,
HANCFACTUnEItS AND DEALERS IN ALL TUB MOST IMPBOVKD KINDS OF
LIGHTNING RODS S ORNAMENTS.
Also Wood and Iron PTJSIPS , Wood Tubing n'd Oai Pipe anil Tump fixtures , for both Woo
ud Iron Pump . Orders will receive prompt . . attention. . No. . 04 Mouth Main Street , .
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA. I15-eod.t3
Broadway Steam Laundry ! /
724 WEST BROADWAY ,
A. C. LARSON , - - Proprietor.
LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY ,
JOHN R. MARTIN ,
PLUMBER , GAS AND SIEAM FITTER
Has a full line of Bath Tuba , Binlu , Bollern. Brass nnd Lead Goods , Lead and Iron
Pipes and fittings. Jobbing promptly attended to , First-class work guaranteed.
NO. 11 PEARL STREET , . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
HOUSES , LOTS AND LANDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD ,
MONEY LOADED , ABSTRACTS FURNISHED.
ROSE & M'MAHON
NO.3 = X * l & .aECX. SOT. , OOtT.fXI OIIC.
CR1STO.M HOUSE ,
215 , 217 and 219 south Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . . IOWA.
D A. BENEDICT
MRS. , . ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
337 Broadway , Oounoil Bluffs , Iowa ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. Special advertlsoments , tac
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent ,
W nt , Boardlnu , etc. , will be Inserted to thU
column at the ow rate of TEN CKNT3 PER
LINK for the flrrt Ineertlon and KIVK CENTS
PER LINK ( or each subsequent intertlon.
Leave adv ertliem * al our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , near BtJadway.
- ei'.uitlon aa housekeeper or
WANTED-A given. Ecqulreat 117
Brcadvi y , Council liluds.
A situation M a miller , 15 jsare
WANTED , 5 jean under roller prtxeu.
No 1 stone drcsier. Aildtesa H , No. 25. On
Ersrybod/ Oonncll BluOi tote
WANTED Tni Bii , 40 cenU per week , de
llrered by carrier ! . Office , No T P"l Street
For Sale and Bent.
30R B&LE-A hotel , fainlshid. good lockWy
! and tool tormv Addreea A. K. IL , Bn
Hw , Cornell Blufls.
MEB , fi. J , HILTON , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
IS VntAwft * . C * BilBlBfc
MBS , E , J , EABDINQ , M , D ,
Gradualo ol Electropathlo Instllntlon , Ptlla
delphla , Fenna.
Offlco Oor , Broadway & Blonn ATD.
COUNCIL BLDFFa , IOWA.
The t : tment ol all dls Mi j und pilnlal
lenities peculiar to temalta a ipeclally
WllOLESiLK SIALKR IN
PROMPT CASH PAID.
NocommliJ nschirgid. Send lei Quotation * .
Ma Broadway. - [ [ COUNCIL BLUFFB.
W. R. VAUGHAN :
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omfthi , Mid Council Blufli
Real KcUte & Oolleotlon Agency ,
n Odd FclloWii block , over
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