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OMAHA DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLDFFS , TUESDAY , JUNE 17 , i8$4.
ME DAILY BEE.
Tuesday Morning Juno 17 ,
SUBSOniFTION BATES. . .
By Currier - - - - - - - 80 wita rr wetk
By Mill - . - - - . - - 110.00 p l J car
No. 7 Pearl Street , Near Broadway.
M1NOB MENTION ,
See J. Roller's Spring Goods.
The cigar auction store now quits and
moves out of town.
A team wont into the mud clear up to
their bodies yesterday by Do Vol &
The 0. B. & Q. track on Main street
1 is being raised and stones placed under
the ties preparatory to paving.
Harry Thompson was before Justice
Abbott yesterday on a charge of disturb
ing the ponce of Mrs. Billings' boarding
house. Ho gave bonds to keep quiet
Mr. Dave Friedman has renewed his
business relations with his brother , and
now looks after the oflico , vice Mr. F. 0.
Bronnoman , who has accepted a position
on the Herald.
There were seventy-four persons no
ticed taking life easy at ono time Sunday
afternoon in Bayliss * park. Of these only
thrco vroro ladies and ono a little girl ,
all the others being men ,
The seven plead os , Wm. Bolin.Davo
McCoy , H. W. Ison , John Hays , Jim
Sheridan , Mollie Murray and Cra
mer , all pleaded guilty yesterday to being -
ing drunk , and were assessed the usual
§ 7. CO each.
Several small boys wore yesterday ar
rested for stealing cherries from George
R. Beard's orchard. Ho has boon great
ly annoyed by boys who have oven a
broken pickets ofT the fence , with which
to knock cherries off the trees , and ho a
proposes to stop the juveniles.
Complaint is hoard of the unfinished
way in which some of the streets are loft ,
they being partly filled on ono side , and
in spots and other portions left at the old
grade. When suoh heavy rains fall as on
yesterday , the puddles formed are so long
and deep as to prevent travel. pi
John Sharp had some sort of a horse
trade with James Olson. Sharp claims
that Olson was to give him a watch and
S5. Olson claims that Sharp stole the boj
watch from him , and had him arrested , anwo
"but no information being filed Sharp was He
discharged. Now ho turns on Olson , am
and has commenced suit for $100 damages Jitl
for false imprisonment. StiMi
The war of the races opened up Sun wi
day among some children returning from an
Sunday school. 'A little colored girl sa hn
named Robert-son made fun of the dross an
of a little girl named Nelson , and the do
Nelson girl made fun of her shoes. The sqi
trouble increased until several wcro engaged eci
gaged in it , and Thomas Nelson , the tscVt
father ot ono ot the girls , was arrested shi
for assault. Ho was yesterday discharged by
on hearing the the cose. shme
William Powers , who is in the baggage- pa
room at the transfer , has again boon
called to mourn. A little over a year sot kn
ago ho lost a child by lung fever , and oren
now his baby girl , aged eleven months ,
has gone , death taking her about D en
o'clock yesterday. The cause of the little in til
tlo one's death was brain fever. The
-funeral will bo from the residence on
Eighth avenue near Sixteenth street , at
1:30 : o'clock this afternoon.
There has boon much anxiety frit by
owners of brick houses as to how they
could have them raised togrado ; as no ono
Lore- seeming disposed to contract for
raising brick buildings. Mr. W. P.
Aylosworth , who has a brick residence ,
corner of Eighth street and Seventh
avenue , and who is about as well posted
in such business as any man , is the first
to raise , ho having already commenced on
.his house. The building is ono story , si
the main part being 28 by 30 foot and the
ell 18 by 24. foot. It being the firstbrick
house to go up In this city it is 'being
watched by many with interest.
A yaung man who travolcs from this
city thought ho had made a favorable im
pression upon two fair young ladies who
occupied a seat behind him in the car the
other day , and ho quietly dropped a card
tearing his name as ho got off the train ,
and gave the gills onoof his sweetest too-
two-for-a-quartor-srailes. On reaching
homo Saturday or Sunday ho found what
appeared to bo a good fat letter addrestod
to him in a pretty feminine hand. Ho
tore open the envelope , and found to his
chagrin nothing but white paper and his
own card returned , without note or com
ment. When lost soon the young man
had a microscope trying to make out the
dim post mark , and vowed vengonco on
the coyist maidens if ho could find out
where the letter came from.
George Keelino , Jr. , not only has an
elegant residence , but lie can now boast ,
with Bomo warrant , of having the most
handsomely decorated parlor in the city.
The room is finished so that olive and maroon -
roon are the chief colors. Just below the
bordering on thowall is a strip of puffed
natin , which gives a novel but very hand-
eomo effect to the room , it being the
first of this work done here. The ceiling
is a marvel of beauty , ( tlio panel work
being thrown in relief by gold beading ,
There are among the ornamentations ot
the ceiling four corner panels of flowers ,
which are as natural as hand-nalnting
could make them. Mr , George R ,
Beard , under whoso direction and de
signing the work was done , may well join
Mr. Keelino iu looking at this room with
The Mayor's ' Pwate Secretary Arrest
ed at LiDcolD ,
Ho Now Eogrots His Action
As staled in yesterday morning's BEE ,
Alfred Ferguson , the young man who
1ms boon in Mayor Vaughan'n .ofilco ,
skipped out on Saturday for parts un
known. It appears that ho has for
sometime boon badly "maahod" on a girl
who was at work at Airs. Gray's restau
rant on Bryant street , and ho induced
her to Jin him in his flight. On Friday
night ho was with her ordering a wed
ding dross made by Airs. Motcalfo.
and on Saturday tlio two proceeded to
Omaha , and as appeared from the hotel
register , they occupied a room as hus
band and wife. Young Ferguson ap
plied to Mr. Kimball Saturday for a pass
to Danvor , the name of W. II. Vaughan
being signed to the order. Mr. Kim
ball telephoned to this aide of the river
to sco if it was all right , and learning
that Mayor Vaughan was away from
homo , and fooling satisfied it was not his
signature refused to give the pass.
Mayor Vaughan returning Saturday
night was informed of the action of his
"faithful . nocrotary , " and began tele-
to Denver and other places to
lute the young man off. Yesterday ho
telegraphed to Lincoln and Mr. Train ,
who used to hnvo charge of the tulo-
phone oflico hero , and who know Fergu
son , very readily recognized the young
man , who happened to bo there , and had
an officer arrest him. Young Ferguson
still had the woman with him but she
was not arrested. Last evening Chief
Skinner started for Lincoln to bring the
young man back.
Young Ferguson is about twenty-two
years of ago. Ho is an orphan boy , who
was sent out hero from Now York with a
number of other boys for whom homes in
tin west had boon found by the charitable
Institution having them in charge. Ho
worked in a butcher shop at Rod Oak for
at time , and then came to city , whore ho
was waiter in a rcaturant , when Mr.
Vaughn got his eyes on him. Ho is
smart active young follow
and thinks himself still more so.
Yesterday Mr. Vaughan roooivod a letter -
tei from young Ferguson dated at Oma 5
ha In this letter the private secretary
expresses great repentance and says that
ho got to gambling , and in this way lost
$55 which ho took from the safe in the
oflico , it being the amount of money col
lected for old foes , etc. , during his cm-
plyer's : absence. After losing this ho bor
rowed and tried to got a stake to replace
the $55 , but lost most of the borrowed
money also. Ho said nothing In the letter
tei about his feminine companion , but
bogged Mr. Vaughan to forgive him
ind take him back , promising that ho
irould hereafter make a man of himself.
Uohas been very officious and full of cheek ,
ind has not nude many friends , so that
ittlo sympathy is now expressed for him.
3till , as a clerk , ho seemed to answer
Mr. Vaughan's purposes admirably. Ho
trill ! probably roach this city in charge of
ollicor to-day , and Mayor Vanghan
says : that ho will not press the case against
him if ho will go to work at manual labor ,
and stick to it until all the
debts , borrowed money , etc. are
squareo up. If not , ho proposes to pros
ecute. If ho is sincere in his dotormina-
tson to make a man of himself Mr.
Vaughan says ho feels like letting him B
show the honesty of that determination
giving him a chance to work with
shovel < or stone hammer until all the
money ho has borrowed around town i *
What is to become of the girl does not to
Boom so apparent. No ono Dooms to
know whether Ferguson has married her
Ferguson is said to have numerous
creditors hero , and it will take him some
time to work himsoH out at $1.50 a day ,
accordance with Vaughan's plan.
This evening at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
there will bo the usual entertainment
with a change of programme , of course.
To-night a national political convention
will bo hold , a la Chicago , for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for presi
dent and vice president of the United
States. Ladles as well as young men
Col. Cochrtm JIM returned to his Llttlu
John Limit in oxpectcxl hoinu from hlu east.
cm trip to-day.
John W. Balnl has gone to Mt. Vornou to
co IUH brotlior gratluutu.
A. 1C. Nash. W. 1 1. McConuoll nml Len
, a SaH.Lalcu trio , were at the Pacifio
Mr , Hliorradcii , who has IK-CM H ] > cmliiK ! the
mat in Magnolia , is cxpuctod to return homo
Mr. and Mrs , H. Clinton , nftor Bpcmlinga
ay or two with her mother , Mrs. McMvhon ,
invo returned to Weeping Water , Neb.
Bushnoll soils railroad tickets oltoap to
Heal Katftto Traimroru.
The following transfers wore filed Juno
10th , 1884 , and reported by P. J. Mo-
Mahon , Council Blufld !
0. A. Fay to George Roylo , nt , sol sol
M. M. Fay to L. R. Warner , pt cl sw |
Joseph McCoid to Nelson Jasson. nof
no } 20-77 43. § 900.
James E. Calvin to F. E. Huff , pt lots
17 and 18 , block 0 , Oakland. $050.
J. M. Strong to T. E. Huff , pt aw * *
i 12-75-40. 850.
George II. Nash toT. E. Huff , loll ,
block 0 , Oalland. $1,300.
Sheriff to Joseph Knotts , pt aol nol
24-75-51. $35257. .
F. J , Evans to P. A. Loach , lot 10 ,
block 11 , Macedonia. $25.
U. H. Woodmanoy to P. A. Leach ,
lot 0 , block 11 , Macedonia. $25.
Total sales , $5,702 D7.
Sweet potato plants largest stock in
ho west by W. H. Foster , Council
nidus. Send for price list.
BInlvorn'a Camllriuto lor Attorney ,
MALVEHN , Jnno 10. I notice in your
paper that I had withdrawn my name
from the district-attorney contest. This
is a mistake , and I wish yon would bo
kind enough to correct In your paper to-
morrow. I will bo a candidate in the
convention the 20th. Respectfully ,
A. L. YOCNO.
The following were shipments ol
stock from the union stockyards ycster
E. J. Swan 1 car cattle , 27 head ,
Cheyenne , via M. P.
N. R. & Co. 1 car hogs , 72 head , Chicago -
cage , via N. W.
N. Xoclnor 2 car hogs , 121 head , Chicago
cage , via Mil ,
J. F. Anderson 1 car cattle , 23 head ,
Chicago , via R. J.
H. F.Hawks 1 car cattle , 20 head , Chicago
cage , via R. I.
1 car hogs , 270 head ,
Chicago , via R. I.
F. T. King 5 car hngj , 350 head , Chicago -
cage , via Mil. ifc St. Paul.
Green & Burke 8 car hogs , ICO head ,
Chicago , via Mil. & St. Paul.
F. M. Liner , 1 car hogs , 72 head , Chicago
cage , via Mil. & St. Paul.
D. & . E. 2 car hogs , 108 head , Chicago ,
via Mil. & St. Paul.
S. E. Koch 1 car horses , 4 head , Plumb
Cfook , via U. P.
W. D. Olapp 1 car horses , 18 head ,
Kearney , Nob. , via U. P.
I Shraphshlro 1 car cattle , 11 head ,
Lincoln , via U. P.
Something for Nothing.
Until further notice we give to each
twentieth customer his purchase , what
ever the price or value of the same may
bo. Our cashier will keep an accurate
record of every transaction , and when
the twentieth sale of any amount is made
the purchaser will bo presented with the
same. Wo have adopted for the present
this system of advertising because it
gives our patrons instead of the news
papers the five per cent , which it cost
us. Clothing retailed at wholesale
piiccs. Hats retailed at case prices.
Furnishing goods , trunks , bngs , umbrel
las , etc. , etc. Every twentieth customer
presented with his purchase.
COUNCIL BLUFrS UABRET.
Whoat-No. 1 milling , 75@80j No. 0 05 ®
70 ; rejected CO.
Corn Local rfarpoana , 40@ 15.
Onts For local purposes , 33@40.
Tiny 810 0012 00 per ton.
Corn Bloal 1 25 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yards , G 00 ®
700.Coal Delivered , hard , 11 CO per ton ; soft ,
51 00 per ton
Lard Falrbnnk's , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour City flour , 160@3 30.
Brooms 2 95@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows ,3.CO@4 00. Butcher
stcor.14 G0@5 00.
Hogs 4 S5@4 75.
mODtJOE AND FnClTS.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co. , commission -
mission merchants , 533 Broadway.
Live Poultry Chickens , G@8c ; turkeys ,
Oranges 5 00@0 00 per box.
Lemons 5 OO&fi 00 per box.
Bananas 3 50 ® 1 00 per bunch
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , choice 0@10c.
Kggs 13o pa * dozen.
Strawberries Fancy homo grown , 15c per
Vegetables Potatoes , 350450 ; onions ,
75 ; cabbage , 4 cents per pound ; apples ,
noiiu in market ; Beans , 1 50@2 25 per
R , Rice M. D.
DDG ° ' other tumor rcrnovtd without the
unUj knlto or drawing o blood.
Over thirty years' practical experience Office No.
Foarl itreet , Council Bluffs
SPEglAL NOTICES. .
NOTICE. Special a vcrtlsements , mo u Lott ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , Wants , Board
ing , eto. , will bo toMrtod In this column at the low
rate ot TEN CENTS PEll LINE for the Oral Insertion
and FIVE CENTS PER LINE ! or each subsequent n.
Mtilon. Learo advertisement ! at our offloo , No.
Pearl Street , near Broadtrav
WANTED To buy a second hand piano Irtgood
condition. Address with dlscrlptlon and
rlco , "A" BKK otllco , Council Dluda.
WANTED Aclrl ( or general housework. Call
at Br.R olllco.
T710H KENT. Brick house ( our largo rquare roomi
J _ and pantry , and two large closets , clstorn , well
nd barn. $16 per month. Location central. En-
ulro J. Su11vanUI3 Ilroadway.
QlTtUTIONWANTED-Byan oxpoilcnctd' sUno-
O Kfpher and type-writer operator , llcst otroltr-
rices. AddrcM , titcnographcr , box 1,165 , Janes-
IT7ANTKD Flvo hundred | , lccea ol flntcli-a
1 V second hand carpet and two hundred beating
toves. A. J. 1IANDKL , ; 6 DroaiUaj.
r\LI > l-APEUS-For ul at BII oUlco , at 25 cents
\KT ANTEDKvery body in Council Hindi to take
VV TinBxi. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
oenti a wuek.
T > 011 BALE Top Biugy. Dexter springi , anil
C nlniilo harucM. Enquire , 11. K. Seaman , 400
HOTKL FOIl KENT-TOo cmont HaiiM far
rent on rtuon * It term * . Furniture will li
mid to rcnltr , Apply on inotnltoa opjKxlto llrond
ay dummy depot , Council UluOi ,
AGENTS Ladles uiil gentlemen cn m le flnt
clua wage * by selllm ; the "Chkicplon Ilosoiu
Btrecthor and ronliiL' Hoard. " lloUILi at (1.00.
Any lady can do m > Ono ihlrt ulthout a wrlnkk
Mid uliwi U aa utoely agthcboatlauuilriocan./dclreH
lor luutlculari 0.13. H. & I. Co. , Hi offloo , lor on *
Railway Time Table ,
COUNCIL BLUPFS. ,
The lollowtnft are the tlmei of the arrival and tt .
larturo of trains by central standuil time , at the
ooal depots. Trains leave transfer depot ten inln
u.cs carllor anil arrive ton minutes laior ,
CIIIOAOO. lUKUKoroa AHD WLNCT ,
6:35 : pm Chicago Kxprosa 0X0 am
0:19 : n m Fant tlall. 7:00 : p tp
6 : 5 a in 'Mill and KxproM , 7i' > p m
U:30im | ArcomiuoiUiluu. S.jopm
'At local dq > ot only.
KAS118 air , 8T. JOl AND CODSU1I. LVm.
lu:0i : a m Hill and Kxprcsn , 7.-05 p ro
8.05 p in 1'adflo Kipr * * ) , 6t : o | i m
CUICAOO , 1ULVACKH AMD BI. fAUL.
K3& p m Kipruss , D.-OS a m
0:16 : a in Express , 0:66 p in
crncioo , ROCK ISUHD AKU rAcmc.
fJO p in Atlintto Kipross , 9:05 : a m
9:25 : a m I > ay Eiprcss , B:5I p ta
TV ) pm 'DmUolnei Accommodation , 6C5piu :
At local depot only. .
'W1IAI1I , IT , LOUIS AHD rACiriO.
DM a m Uall , 4:19 : p m
lMpiu : Cannon Ball 11:16am :
01UOAOO and KOBTUWIITtXlf.
630pm * Kxprew , 8:50 : pm
5:25 : a ui I'adfloKxpreas , V.Uaui
IIODX cm AMD rAcinc.
7 : 0 p in BU I'nul Express , 8:60 : a m
7W a m Day Cspress 0M : p in
8:00 : p ui Wvitera Espies ) , 8 Ji a u
11:00am : 1'aclHo Kipruss , 4:40 : p u
7iO : u > Ux l Expreu ,
U:10aiu Lincoln bpruM ,
At Traulf er only ,
DUtlUr TIAUII10 Oil A U A.
Iotrs7.iSU)003Oloaon ; : Oa. m. 102:50
8:80-4:80-830-0:80.11:00 : : : p. m Uunday-P:8o.iij : |
a-m , I : o-a:30-5:80-0:30-llt5 : : : : n , iu. . Aritve 10 win
utci bcfvro lci\liK time
WE RECEIVE AND PUT ON SALE
-A.axrD : TOBCXS
Special Sale of Corsets
Langtry HOOD Skirts , the best and
most stylish in the market.
Lot No. 1 A good Corset , side lace , Ladies' Hair Cloth Skirts , the only
85c , worth 50 cents. ones in the citv ladies tshouid
Lot No. 2 Ilcary Jeans Corset look at them to realize their mer
perfect fitting , 50c , worth 75c. its.
Lot No. 3 French Corset nt G5c ,
worth 90c. Ladies' Hose.
. Corsets embroidered
Lot No. 4 Black ,
dered , nt ? 5c , worth 61. Ladies' Hose , solid color ? , 7 c per
Lot No. 5 Joh Lot Corsets , all pair , worth 15 cents.
sizes , Parisian glove fitting , and Ladies' Balbriegau Hose , 8ic per
Tampico , at 75c , worth 81.oO. pair , worth 16 cents.
Lot No. 6. . Job lot very fine French Ladies' Balbriggan Hose , cleared ,
Satin Corsets , in white and colors , 12ic per pair , worth 20c.
at $1.25 , sold for 82.00 in the Fancy Striped Hose loc , worth 25
largest retail houses in Chicago. cents ,
Fancy Striped and Plain Balbriggan
Hose , full regulars , silk checks ,
Hoop Skirts , 25c , worth 40 cents.
Black Lisle Hose , 65c , worth 85
Hoop Ski ts , 15 springs , 40c. cents.
Hoop Skirts , 20 springs , adjustible New shades Lisle Hose 75c , worth
Imstles , 65c. 1.00.
OUH STOCK OF LADIES' , GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S
is complete in' every respect , "We do not advertise goods
that we do not have , and ask the people of Council Bluffs
to look at goods and prices , as we can save you
COGK1 & MORGAN.
ICE CREAM PARLOR.
laught by Piuw. JSciiNOOii Tuesday and' '
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 10:30 : o'clock.
RINK FOR RENT AT S15-.00 PER NIOU.T.
fSTLARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN.
H. H. MAETENS , Prop'n
Mrs , HJ , Hilton , M , D , ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
Q23 MlUdlo Bro 4' ° ' * < v. Council Blunt ) .
TOTEM IOWA flORHAL
COUNCIL BLUFFd - lOV/A.
THE 23rd of JUNE 1884.
A complete onurso for teachm and thoao doslrlnu
a higher Knullth. education , a full business pourso ,
with tralriii'i ; lir actual uutmt > practiro nnd tenor *
corruiioriUciKe | , Uiurt ) unilHoru\montal penman-
ililii , f locution , Ucrmtn and ramie. Splendid room * ,
argo , Unlit and r.-ell furnished * oharifM M.ry moder
ate , cost ot llriajr reasonable , lodoty seed , experi
enced teachin.or further | uttlcular . Inquire ol
BBAUD8LK * fc PAULSON ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
N , SCHURZ.
Justice of e Peace.
OFFICE OVKIl AMKUICAN KXPJIBS3.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. - IOWA ;
BOOQE'S SIOUX 01TY HAMS.
J. Y. FULLER ,
No ,83 Pearl Btrcet < Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Persona wishing to engage tMa Bane
for parties , aocUblca , Bcronodca , etc. ,
ahoaldcall or mldress , JACOII P.
Manager , 25 North Blalu St.
ruoa. orricu , n. V.
OFFICER & PUSEY
VooncU Bluffs' U.
Estab/isfisa - - 1856
p xlergla Kortlzn BJH ! omcitla Eiobanxe an
GASH TALKS !
A.t the well-known Establishment
J. P. FILBERT
209 Upper Broaaway , the
01 Council Bluflj. Notice our reduced Price List.
5 pounds Eitra 0 Sugar ( or 31 00
1 pounds Granulated Sugar * . . . . . 1 00
fi pounds Choice Oatmeal . .100
:5 : pounds Navy Deans. _ 100
20 pounds Best Bulk Starch 1 00
2 pounds Carolina lUce I 00
2 pounds Choice I rums I'.OO
21 liars Buffalo Soaj 1 00
Citra Lake Trout , per pound 09
jorrillard's riugpcr.lu 40
1 dozen Mackerel 15
Jolorado Hour , Winter , per owt 290
.0 pounds Olnccr So&pd - . . . 1 00
[ 0 pounds h'inloy ' 100
6 gallon keg Syrup l 70
White Fish , per k 80
ilackerel , perklt Sfi
) atea , per pound 10
03 pound cans Sit indard Tomatoes 1 00
All kinds OalifornlJwFriilU
pound Lusk'a KUudard t ( or 100
a I Bo
All grades , according to quality , Itio to 80a per
Wo also carry a ( ull line of iron's. Ladles' and
; hlldrcn'8 flue &ko < M and Uen'f Flno Boots at very
owprlcou. Also a ( ull line 01 Tinware > and general
merchandise. Call on us nnd be convinced thai YOU
an uavo money 1-y dealing with ua. Goods delivered
ree In any tart of the city. .
In * word , waure bound to Bell and ) challenge oil1
audaolo competition lu tills county.
J. 1' . FILPEIITI
201 ui .or Uroulwa ?
As there are many
3o-0allod Veterinary Surgeons
In this city , .who are practicing their qiiackorjr oil
our peunlo , Iideemlt butjuitlioto tay that I July
any o ( theinito produce a diploma , or credentials ,
udlcatlriff that they are tpaduatcs "f any veterinary
riblltuto , and I do hereby caution the puhllj agaluj
am the Only Known Giaduafe
IN WESTERN IOWA.
Office & Pharmacy , 126 B'dway ,
AT 11UJE 1IAHN.
T. J. CADY , M.D..V. S.
WB guarantee the cure of th followiai ; named ills-
SC&MS , or no pay : llheumaUgoi , Beiofula , Ulcer * ,
CftUnh , all Blood and skin dlscuea , Dfiponela , Llvcj
Complaint , Kidney and Bladdci IHs a M. Qout , Nfrj-
aVla and Asthnus Thcsa Bjirlnp * ai * the favorJU
Mort of the tired an.l doblliutad. and are the
FKEUIJS LADIES BEST FllIKNI ) ,
Qood hotel , Uvcry and bathuig acoomodatlon loth
wlnUr and mnmer. Locality highly plctuxwqvi'
and healthy. Acoesalbla by Walioah ralln , i
Kronn , or 0. , B. & Q. , at Albany. CorrapcadeMo
soUoltod , llEV. M. M. TIIOMI'SOJJ.
Albany , Slloaia Spring * , Gentry Ox , Uo ,
Bpcclflo Gravity . , . . . . .1.001
lluactldu. . . . . , , . , . Neutra
Uarboolo Acid Oas . SO lr _ tier ifallo
Carbonate Calcium . W.M1 Oralni
Carboiute Iron . . . . . . .7,011 i'
Sulphate Mairnesla . , . 8 , .SU "
Bulpbate OaTolum. . , . , . l.lifl "I
Chloride Sodium . . . . . . . .7.SW "
BiUica. . . , , , , . , . , . . 1.6M " '
Aluuiliu . . , . . .0,016
Organic and Volatile matter and lews. . . . . 1 ,453 "
tM solid * per gallon . 67,114 "
WftiauTfe Uuuu , Cuemliti
H.H. HORNE & CO , ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo mnko n specially , nt our EASTERN factory , of PINE HAVANA * nd
YARA CIGARS. All Oigara sold by us uro of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR DOUSE , I C52 Broadway ,
H. II. HORNE & CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA.
IE. STOOIKIZEUT & OO
CAIU'ETS , CUHTAINS , WINDOW HOT/HES , and ItUPAIRINO
Xao.toxi.oi3DoooocfvtJloDt : .ia o-iad TJj ;
NO. 309 BROADWAYA ' . * ' . . COUNCIL BMTF
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - - - - - IOWA.
Mixed Rags Wanted.
The undersigned is paying the highest market price for
! . GOLDSTEIN , : - - - - 640 Broadway , Council Bluffs
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATSGAPS BUCKGLOVES ,
and 344 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
MAYNE & PALMER ,
Hard and Soft Coal ,
AND WOOD ,
IULK AND BARBEL LQIE , LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CE1TENT. MOHICAN PLASTKB.HAIB
fo , 089 Broadway , - AND . SEWER . FIFE . , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
504 : Main Street , Council Bluffs.
TRUNKS , VALISES , AND SATCHELS
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps *
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing : Neatly Executed
ON IMPROVED FARMS IN
IOWA ANDMEBEASKA !
LOWEST BATES , Q TTtT XT PO 80 .PKARIi. . SXBEOT ,
BEST TERMS. O. W , W UU , Council IB'.uITB , town
ASADY , OROIJTT & FRENCH
urtalns , In Laco'f 11 , Turcoman , Etc. oil cloths , Mattings , Linoleums Eto
Ihoicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
pmo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all Roods in our lino.
henpest place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and Honso Furnishings in the
Nos. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL. BLUFFS.
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care
Ventilated Three Inch Part ,
0:0.137" : Oo. : © iOollo *
Ladies' Furnishing Goods and Notions at OUST Until All Disposed of.
MB3. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 337 Broadway . CounciaBlulTd.
FITCH BROTHERS' ' CUSTOM SHIRTS ?
PorSoci Fitting , Best and Cheapest. Pine Unen Collnw ariiCuCs.
No. 71 Fosrt Street Council Bluffs , . Iowa
JO IC JC < " 1tf""I .T".Xr35T m"T
: NDERTAKER AND EIVIBALVER ] i
Melalic Caskets , and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
E LEGRAPH ORDERS PROM TLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGH
3XTo. 3L-3. I T. JVrtvlxi. at. . Ooia.xa.oU.
KNICKERBOCKER PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY !
220 South Main Street , Couutil Bluffs , Iowa.
"Wo guarantee our work as first-class in over manner and style lit low price
Wo mnko a spoclalty of Groupcs. Families , and especially children , whio
wo take quieter than a wink. COME AND SEE US.
ROHMTDT & RILEY. Proprietors.
NEUMAYEE'S HOTEL .
1 1 MM mmHl
American Plan. N
Furniture and appointments all now. NOB , SOS and 210 Broadway , Oouncil Bin
. tl. U.
29 Main Street Council Blutfs
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