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HJE DAJLin BJiE-OOUJXCjL. . BLUJFFS IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 16
The Daily Bee.
PaturJav Morning , June 16.
IUBSOIUPTION BATES :
f Carrier , . . . . . SO cents per week ,
ttj Uall . . . . . . no.00 per Tear.
OCOue : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
Set Joseph Relter't spring styls * .
Additional local on serenth pasp ,
A big ox Is to be roasted In Council
Blaffi on the Fourth.
The republican primaries are to beheld
held next Monday evening ,
The heavy rain of Thnrsdoy night
caused still moro of the banks of the
creek to tumble In ,
Sheriff Qulttar will start away Sunday -
day night with the last batch of pris
oners for Fort Madison.
The Boston Tea store lest a valua
ble lot'of spring chickens by being
drowned during the drenching rain of
night before last.
Yesterday a horse belonging to Con-
r'd Gelie , and attnhed to a buggy ,
made a lively skip along Broadway ,
and succeeded In smashing the buggy
rather badly. No insurance ,
Ono of the novel sights presented
at the police station Is a row of bottles
taken from prisoners. The variety of
bottles and contents Is airlklng , but It
tolls the whole story of many a case.
This evening there will bo a song
service at the rooms of the Y. M.
0. A. , commencing at 8 o'clock and
continuing a half hour. All are In
vited , aud especially the ladle ; .
Rav. J. K. Black , of Bnoyrns , 0. ,
will preach In the Presbyterian church
to-morrow , at 10:35 : a. m. and 8
o'clock p. m. Sabbath school at 12
m. Ml s Montgomery , late of Cleve
land , 0. , will preside at the organ.
There Is much sport promised at the
driving park on the Fourth of July ,
There will also bo races on the next
day , so those from the country who
got left won't have to wander about
town with nothing to interest them.
A railway man , in returning to his
home the other evening , learned that
a canvasser who had been at the house
had insulted hla wife in a most out
rageous manner. His dander was
naturally aroused , and ho hunted up
the offender and proceeded to thump
him with duo enthusiasm According to
some the canvasser had his store
tooth knocked down his throat , be
sides having his face badly smnhed.
The adultery caw In which Oharlea
Mason and Belle Harris were the de
fendants h : ' , fallen to pieces , it being
dismissed by the county attorney. It
is understood that there wri riomo un
certainty about getting evidence to
convict the man and woman arrested
on the charge , but it Is intimated that
another ptoseoutiou will bo started
against them on the name charge , only
laying the scene In Nebraska , Instead
of Iowa , It being claimed that moro
evldocoa can bo got thero.
Those who have returned from the
firemen's tournament at Waterloo , report -
. port that the reason why the Rescue
steamer did not win the first instead
of second money , was that some ono
slipped a walnut into the hose , and
before it could bo ascertained wha < i
ailed the steamer and get the walnuf
out , the boys could not make up for
time lost. This is a very good reason ,
but the boys ought to have thrown a
trong enough stream to have orrokod
the walnut and shot It out piecemeal.
There was a quartette of plain
drunks disposed ot in the police court
yesterday morning , George Homan ,
Tom Brown , John Dawson , and Oon ,
O'Oonnell. Their total effects con
sisted of 91.48 in cash , one pocket
book , one razor , one pipe , one knife ,
and one bottle of whisky. Their total
fines amounted lo 138.40 , besides the
cttrhge biro for uaullng the last of
the four up to the police station. The
total liabilities so far exceeded their
total assets that , all went to work on
tha streets ,
The employes of the water works
company mot with a narrow escape
yesterday forenoon , while at work on
Broadway. .Tho 'moa handling the
derrick , for the purpose of lowing the
largo pipe into the pit , had ono up and
were just ready to lower it , when the
dcrtiok slipped and fell. Foicunatoly
no ono was hurt , but It seems a mir
acle that throe men were not crushed ,
especially , ono who in jumping from
under the derrick escaped by a grsza
The heavy rain of Thursday night
again washed out the big sewer on
Broadway , near the city building.
The sewer there makes a sharp bond ,
which is one of the reasons for the
frequent breaks thero. It was alee
choked up. It seems as if It did little
good to patch it up as ithri.boon
patched in the past. It should ran
straight to the crqek , but if such a
right o way cannot bo had. it seems
that' the slowness with which the men
worked who repaired It before should
insure the work being well done.
Preaching at Broadway church to
morrow ( Sabbath ) at 10:30 : , by Rov.
J. Z Armstrong , subject , "The wise
resolution. " At 8 p. m. Rov. P. F.
Bruce will lecture , subject , "iiotno ,
Bwooihomo. " Sabbath school at 12 m.
, - ' Owing to some disarrangement ol
plans , caused by the recent flood ,
Broadway end Central M. E. chnrchei
will for a time hold joint services al
Mrs. Juliet H. Severance , M. D.
of Milwaukee , will lecture In Sprlltnai
hall , Shogart & McMahon'a block , to
morrow ( Sunday ) morning at 1 :
o'clock , and 8 o'clock in the evening
Subject for the morning lecture , "Thi
life and the ceil ; " subject for th
evening lecture , The needs of th
our. " Mrs. Severance , as a looturei
medium and physician , has a natloni
reputation , Regular circle at 2 o'cloo
in the afternoon.
Commercial job printing , finw
tyles and reasonable rates , at Pryor
BM Job Offloa , 7 Pearl street
For bargains in jewelry call an
Michaels & Daniels' .
- Awnlag for sale chwp at J , 0. Bk
b , ' . , 333 Broad way.
The OlOBO of the Term and Botno of
tbo Chancres Among Pupils
The examinations are over at the
Institution for deaf and dumb , and
moit of the pnplli have departed for
Mr. Folsom , who hat edited The
Deaf Mate Hawkeye to well , and had
charge of the printing oflloo , baa re-
ilgned hla position , It bis not been
decided who will bo his incoaaior.
Mr. Booth , one of the best Instruc
tors In the Institution , IB not to return ,
as ho hai accepted a position In the
Philadelphia Institution. Ho hri
been here four yean , and won the re-
ape ct and friendship of many as well
as making an excellent record as a
Those connected with the Institution
officers , toachora and pupils ex
press their sense of obligation to
Measra. Thos. Officer , W. R.Vaughon ,
A. W. Street and others , for securing
to the Institution the free nao of the
Council Bluffs pnbllo library.
The Dobaon base bill club have
been photographed with their uni
forms. They were organized last fall ,
and hare played sovorr1 games with
other clubi and won a good number of
Photographa have also boon taken
of the Institution ,
Mr. Booth gave hla clasa a picnic
last Monday , and It proved a happy
The superintendent , llev. Mr
Rogers , laat Sunday baptized Mr. Zor-
bough's two children , the oorvloo be-
'ng hold In the chapel , It being the
socsnd oconloa of the kind within the
M'ss ' Van Tassoll , who baa resigned
her position as teacher In the Institu
tion , wai preaontod by her friends
with a handsome memento , and many
regrets are oxprotsod at her leaving ,
The OAUGHEY HOUSE on Broadway -
way la one of the beat hotels of Ita
alzo In the west.
Wet nails 3.00 per keg , at DaVol
OKANE'B BUD'/ .
It la to ba Well Tafcen Oare Of
Until Friends Arrive''From
The body of HenF. . Orane , who
committed suicide at the Pacific honse ,
la being kept at the undertaker's until
friends arrive from the or.it. Ooroner
Faul , In response to a telegram aont
the Jewell Belting Co. , for which firm
the deceased was traveling , received
the following :
IlAUTKOHi ) , Conn. , June 14. Coroner ,
ConnUl Blaffi , Iowa ; Take care of body
rid bold till further orders.
JEWELL BELTING Co ,
The following tologrm wra also re
BOSTON , Jrne 15. Henry Paul , Coroner
ner , Council BIrl. Iowa : Kmbnlm thi
body , I Bt : j for Council Bluffs at once.
EllERTI L. CllANE.
The diamond pin , wntoh and chain
In Omaha have been redeemed
y the coroner , and will t j hold until
the f.-onr1 ! come.
A large qmantlty of lands in Ne
braska for exchange for city property.
Inquire at this office.
Burglars at Work.
At an early hour yesterday morning
burglars nnde a little raid on Mr.
Marcus' store on Broadway , near the
new opera house. They broke a show
v.ndow and got about ten dollarj
worth of goods only. The owner of
the ( / .bllshmont wri aroused and
an : ded H getting a glimpse of the
follows F i they u down the street ,
but could not Idontl'y them , and did
not r-.toh them.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following are the real estate
transfers , reported June 15 , 1883 , by
Rose & MoMahon , No. 4 Pearl street ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa :
Soren Ohrlstenien to Jn. Christen-
Ben , swi of sr J , 20 , 77 , 43 ; $800.
J , J. Hathaway to Ma0 , Ben
nett , lot 7 , block 1 , Mnlltu'a aubd ;
950.Mary Nolan to Patrick Gunonde ,
Sail of lot 9 , block 8 , Riddle's subd :
Oounty Trenuror to E. M. Kos-
singer , lot 1 , block 8 , Avooa ; $6,67.
County treasurer to E. M. Kesaln-
gor , nii , sr | , 30 , 77 , 44 : $7.25.
Oonuty treasurer to E , M. Kessln-
ger , part npj , nt | , 20 , 70 , 44 ; $20 85.
County Irur'.nter to E. M. Kesaln-
gor , lot 0 , in 11 , 75 , 44 ; $13.38
Oounty trenurer to E , M. Kessln-
gor. part at J , sw , 30. 75 , 38 ; $ 73.
Total sales , $3,005 08.
THE LIGHTNING'S LEAF.
It Jumps TnrouaU a House on Upper
Daring the storm Thunday nlghl
ho llghtnint ! struck the house of Dr.
Allison in the upper part ot the city ,
ripping off a piece of siding and going
own through the house , but strangolj
nougfy doing little damage. An um
rella standing In the house served ic
art as a lightning rod and was tort
> 11 to pieces. The family escaped an ]
njnry beyond a wild nhock. At th <
Ime the old man was just going U [
lairs to see how his son was standing
ho storm , wlillp the aon was on hli
way down to see how his father war ,
They mot with a shook ,
Dr. West. Dentist , 14 Pearl street ,
The relief committee appointed t <
collect and distribute cnh , clothing
etc. , for the sufferers by the flood
have about reached the close of theli
abors , and there seems to bo llttli
need o * further contributions. Then
are some oases of those who are to <
modeit to apply for relief , which nee <
looking after. The subscriptions hav
been generous , and Council Blufls ha
taken care of its own without th
necessity of accepting any of the prol
ten made by Omaha and other cfliei
In food there hays been a number c
personshelptd who belonged to Omahi
M has been since ascertained , so thi
Council Bluffs , insiaad of aceeptio
rc4l f , kai b * a girlag relW to tfaoi
o * oikat pUm.
JUSTICE UN THE JUMP.
A Car on th < Dummy Tialn 19 Turned
Into o Ooutt Room A. Quick Way
of Bottling a DlETdronco.
The other day , ai the dummy train
wsa making l'i trip from Omaha to
this city , the conductor and a young
Dane had a alight difficulty. The
conductor claimed that ono of the
agen'i of the company had rride a
mlatako in change , and given the pass
enger a dollar too much. Ho Insisted
on the passenger paying the dollar to
him , but the paiaenger refused to dose
so , for the double reason that ho had
paid th a ent for his ticket just the
pilco asked , and that If a
mistake was made it was the agent's
fault , not hla. Tbo conductor
took the passenger's ticket , which waste
to Slonz City , and refused to return
It unless the dollar claimed was forth
coming. The pansongor was quite In
dignant , and there chanced to bo sit
ting In the seat behind Mr. Myoster ,
the well known attorney of this city ,
and W , R. Vangban , jnstir j of the
prico. Mr. Mynstor drew up an in
formation charging the conductor with
the larceny of the ticket , aud the pas
senger swore to It before Vaughan.
The Information wan a crude looking
Instrument , being penciled off on a
no.ap of letter paper , whUo the war
rant which was Issued was also a nnlqae
document , It being written
on the back of a bunlneis
card , with load pencil , and as
the oars wore jogging along. Justice
Yaughan deputized a Oonucll Uttfh'
man , who was on the train , to notvo
ri constable , and Instructed him to
arrest the conductor on the arrival of
the train and take b'm ' forthwith to
the ofilce for a hearing. While this
wri going on the conductor WAS in the
bajtrogo car , but some ono clipped In
there and told him what was being
done , and ho r molnded to avoid any
trouble by banding back to the pn-
Bungcr the ticket , which of course
ended the proceedings.
E , M. Koulnger , a prominent capital-
lit of MusoUno , and who has large land
ed Interests throughout the state , returned
home yesterday evening after a brief busi
ness sojourn In the city. Mr , Knislnger
reports that the er.it part of the stats has
suffered more from rain than we have
bera , and that crops there look sickly.
Mr. Fox , of Co.jlng , Iowa , Is in the
city , on a visit to h'l daughter , Mis , E.
Bchu" , and Cbarlea Fox , the well known
Main street mtrchrnt. Mr. Fox reports
conilderable damage by the rain near Corn-
COCTC 1 Beohtel , an old citizen of this
city , but for the past three years in busi
ness In Avooa , h' here with a view to re
turning to his first love and reengaging in
Mrs. Means rul daughter , wife and
daughter of the agent of the Wnbash rail
road at Lawrence , were in tbo city yester
day , the ftuesti of Tim Monahan.
Mrs. Julia H. Severance , M. D. . Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J ( dries , on
Sixth avenue , She wlU remain in our city
until Monday evening.
Miss Clara Brooks , daughter of T. It ,
Brook * , hai returned home from Pella ,
where she has been attending college.
Miss Carrie Atkins hrs returned home
from Knoxvl'le ' , 111. , where the recently
graduated * t the female seminary ,
Major Bowman and M. B. Brown re
turned from the firemen's tournament at
Waterloo , yesterday.
D. A. Parrell , theilff of Mills county ,
has gone to Colorado to attend to some
mining property there.
Alex Menage and F. Schaonheuier , of
Now York , were the first ta arrive at the
U. A , Hopkins and Ben A erbah were
among the Chicago tourists at the Ogden
J. F. Fisher , of Rod Oak , wri In the
city yesterday and a fcuett of the Paclfio
Lnule Meyer , of Lincoln , was In the
city lesterday and stopped at the Ogden.
R. Van Mlnden , of New York , arrived
, t the Paclfio yesterday.
Henry Kunan , of Clark , Iowa , is in the
ilty on a bustneis trip.
R , J. Teachont , of Rookford , 111. , was
it the Ogden yes ten ! ay.
I. B. Uiborno , of St. Louis , was at the
Ogden yesterday ,
J , 8. Gorham , of W.'atcnet , is at tie
'a ' clfio.
Frcm W terl ( 3.
psclal Elspatcb to Tni Un.
WATEULOO , June 10. The Atlantic
earn won the sweepstakes for hook
and ladder company. Time , 2:49 : } .
LADY BKIUTIFIKUS Ladles , you ,
lannot make fair skin , rosy cheeks ,
and sparkling eyes with all the cos
metics of Franco or boantlfiers of the
world , whllo in poor health and noth-
'ng will give yon such rich blood , good
health , strength and beauty as Hop
Bitters. A trial is certain proof.
Open for work , Pryor's BEX Job
Printing Offloe , 7 Pearl street.
Cur New Lioon turn improvement Do
Investigation into the matter con
vinces us that ono of tbo moat equita
ble , reasonable and feasible plans ol
building bonnes is that proposed and
"u operation by the Mercantile Loan ,
Trust and Improvement company oi
ibis city. By Investing In shares In
this Institution , which Is backed by
some of our best and most reliable
business men , It becomes possible and
comparatively cosy for a man of mod
erate moans to socnro a comfortable
homo for himself and family. In tak
ing a certain number of shares , at a
certain morLhly payment , In a fen
years a man can own a house
of hla own for about the sams ache
ho pays monthly for rent.Vc
believe the Mercantile Loan and Trust
company , by organizing and opening
up for business , having filled a Ion ;
felt want In Council Bluffs. Theli
plans and system of loans will boat
the moat careful scrutiny and exam
Inatlon , and we have no hesitancy IE
pronouncing them reasonable anc
equitable , and backed by gentlcmoi
of honor and Integrity. As the com
pany exists U become * at once an in
stltntlon of yalus and credit to oni
elty aad those who desire home *
Tksjbr twwliUai U T. A. Kbkland
J. N. OA8ADY , F. H , OROUTT.
GASADY & GROOTT ,
503 BROADWAY. : - - COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Only one in. the City. Stock now
Mail Orders Solicited.
OASADY & OROUTT ,
Bulk and Barrel Lime ,
LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CEMENT ,
MICHIGAN PLASTER , HAIR AND SEWER PIPE.
Hard aim Sfi't Ccal & ' Lowest Price. No.3s Pearl Street C.innfll Bluffs.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOTS AND SHOES
Fine Shoes a Specialty ,
413 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
NUGENT & SMITH ,
MERCHANT TAILORS ,
First-class Goods and the Best of .Workmanship
NOB. 7 and 9 Main Street , . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS
DIRECTORY. COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
JOHN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
19 18 Main Street and 17 Pearl Street.
PIADs/P Oil DRUGGISTS. Proscriptions com
a Pi ULnim < X ponndod at all hours. 106 Broad way.
MAX MOHN ,
J. M BABSTOW. M. D i , .Cor. 5th OFFICE St. and : 5tb Avo.
HO I r UfUITC OFFICE : Oor. Main and 5th , ttp-sUlra.
Hlls U P. If 111 I Hf Realdcnco , 609 Willow Avenue.
M Q P H11R 7 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ,
Office over American Express.
S. S. WAGNER , for funerals at reasonable rates , No. 22 4th St.
J. M. ST. JOHN & GO , GASH BUYERS ,
Who' Male butter , fggi , poultry n fruit Ship to ui. Draft by return null. 148 Broadway. '
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE ,
S. A. PIERCE , Cor. Main and First avenue.
PETHYBR1DCE & HEBBEBTZ , ket , 327 Broadway
IA PAD L/HP 11 Merchant tailor. Stock complete , and suits made
U MU U D IVU UII | at reasonable prlcea. No. 805 Main street.
IP &MITU CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER , Cor. 7th ant
[ O Iff ! I I 11s Broadway. Plana and specifications furnished
GUCDMAU In FINE HARNESS I have the variety
Will * that brlnKa pitrouage. 124 Main street
MERCHANT TAILOR , Artlstlo Work
aud Roaaonable Ounrgos. 872 Broadway
II mil r P onil FURNITURE , STOVES and
nUll t & UUllj Household Supplies , 303 Broadway
I IftUlT O IIADT ATTORNEYS AT LAW , Jarnea Block
UrsUI & Practices in state end federal courts.
/ P f fl Maun'f ' Fine Fnrntturo.Upholatory good
EOTTCini/CDT I I IX UUiiMaun'f and Window Shades , 809.Bway.
And bath house , 421 and 423 Broadway. L. Sov
orelgn. Prop. , P.J.Montgomery. M. P. , Fhy
IIIAnC OADV VETERINARY SURGEON , Office
WAUt UnKly Bray's stable , No. 12 Scott street
uryucocv Manu o , rae sup
Pi , nCillllkOuTj piled , 8th St. , between Gth and7th Avenue
Til til III I ADDflTT Jnatlce of the Peace , Notary Public
tUlfflN Oa ADDU I I | and General Conveyancer , 415 B'way
tiFirrnr unllOC SMITH & NORTONBroadwayopp. NOW
| f tY tilt IIU U V > C ) Opera House. Refitted , gl , gl. 60 per day.
PAY Kt PA V FI CONTRACTORS Corner Sixth atreet and and BUILDERS Avenue G.
II Ml IflV NEW AND SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD
, Hi ALlllY | GOODS BOUGHT AND SOLD , 212 Broadway.
vice president , Judge Peako ; sec
retary , I. R. Beery ; treasurer , Col.
Boobo , and their office la In the base
ment of Shugart's and McMahon's
now block , corner First avenue and
Pc rl ntnict inn27-ly
WINTHERLICH ; BRO'S ,
Iron & Brass Foundry
Cor , 6th Street and llth Avenue ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
tnoe. omcM. * "
OFFIJER JUSET ,
GoMGil Blulfe , k
ElUblished , - - I860
P. OVERTON ,
Hard Wood , Yellow Pine
and Red Cedar Lumber ,
Oat ba Kcd Cedar Plllnff , Cedar Tehran ]
Poles and Fenca rosts. Oils Dimension Stud
Ilildge Mateilal olall kinds , at Bed Keck 1'ilccs.
A Specialty In
WOOD AND COAL
for brick yard purpoKt. A lull supply el woo.
and coal always on h nd at yard , 802 ml 80
Main street. Office , BOS First avenue , between
Main and Peirl streets.
tnda to at all hours. We defy competition a
quality ol t > c4i or pries * . Our Hr Jforran bi
trrMMUoaerUkerfor fortr > en and tnoi.
ouchlr uoatnMAdi hlf kCHneo. Warwoona ,
Ml atoMwlTr UPHOUJT EINQ In aJl Us
Z. T. LINBSEY & GO.
412 Broadway , Council Bluffi , \ , nm .
West Sldo Squaru , Olarlnda/IOWA-
B. S. TERWILLIGER ,
DECORATOR AND DEALER IN FANCY
31 Main Street , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
DUQUETTE , GUIBERI & CO. ,
( Successors ) to ERB & DUQUETTE )
16 and 18 Pearl-st , Council Bluffs , la.
SULLIVAN & FITZGERALD ,
CROGEJRIE mS NSBrMS&SHOES
Drafts on Bank of Ireland , Dublin , for asle. 343 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
M. GALLAGHER ,
GKIROOIE ! HIES
Now Store , Fresh Goods , Low Prices , Polite Attendants.
Firs * Door . East of the Metropolitan Hotel , Lower Broadway
PETER C. MILLER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND WINDOW SHADES PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES ,
FRESCOING IN MODERN STYLES.
WET NAILS , $3 A KEG ,
CHEAP , AT
DE VOL & WRIGHTS ,
504 Broadwav. and 10 and 12 Main St. , Council Blnffs , Towa.
MJK , . M. McALISTr.E ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
MILLINERY & NOTIONS ,
225 MAIN STREET , COUNCIL BLUFFS.
HOUSES , LOTS AND LANDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD ,
MONEY LOANED , ABSTRACTS FQRNISHED.
ROSE & M'MAHQN
zero. 9 : 337. , c QXTJTO oxx.
MAXMOHN , PROPRIETOR ,
215 , 217 and 219 south Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , . . . . . IOWA.
MRS. D. A. BENEDICT ,
THE LEADING DEALER IN
837 Broadway , Oounoil BlnffB , Iowa ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICE. 3p c ! l advertlsomenti , luc
Lost , Found , To Lotn , For Hale , To Ronl ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will be Inserted In thla
column at the ow rate ol TEN OKKTS PER
LINK lot the Ont Insertion and FIVE CENTS
PEll LIKE or each gubiequent Insertion.
Leavt adr tlicmn at out office , No. T
Pearl Street , near BiMdway.
-A eituitlon a ? housekeeper or
WANTIA given. Enquire * t 217
Bread * y , Council WuBs.
- situation as a miller , 15 years
WANTED-A , 5 yean under roller .
No 1 etone dreijer. Address II , No. 25 , Bn
- / In Council BlnOi tote
WANTKO-Ertrybod/ * par week , d
Urered by carrier ) . Offlce , No 7 Poatl Street
For Bole and Bent.
TTlORSiLE A hotel , lurnlihtd , rood locality
E and tooi terui. AddrtM A. E. II. , Jin
Offloe , Council Blufli. f
MBS. fi. J , HILTON , M.D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEIN
HI 9t * * . * * ! ! }
. E , J , HABDINQ , M , D , ,
Qrtdcuto of Kltcttopjkthio IntiiiatlOD , PhlU
delphU , Pencil.
Offlce Oor , Broadway & Blonn Avo.
COUNCIL BLUFFB , IOWA.
The treatment ol nil dlaeuej and cil
BcaltlM pccuIUr to lemilea A Bpoclilly
i. . EJ. ax
PROMPT CASH PAID.
No comml U uehuicd. B rxl ( ot QuoUUdM.
H2 Dro44w.y. . ( COUKCIL BLUFFS.
W. R. VAUGHAN : \
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Omah * . and Oounoil BleSs
Rf l Kstata & Collection AgtMy.
block , OTM
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