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    6 OMA1IA DAILY BEE-COUNCIL BLUFFS , SATURDAY , JUNE 28 , 1884.
THE DAILY BEE.
COUNCIL BLUFFS ,
Saturday Moraine. Juno 28 ,
SUBSCRIPTION luira.
ny Oinlct - - - - - - -20 "onts pcrtwctk
DyJI&il - - - - - - - - JlOOOperjcir
orncB :
No. 7 Pearl Street , Hoar Broadway.
M1NOK MENTION ,
See J. Roilora spring goods.
The track yesterday wns in fine condi
tion.
tion.Main street was being cleaned yester
day. ,
See Brackott , 224 and 220 Broadway ,
for fire works'
Did you go the races 1 will bo the
question asked to day.
Work on the over-flow sewer on North
Main street , progresses smoothly.
Walnut is considering the advisability
of being connected with the hollophono. ( )
The streets yesterday afternoon up to
six o'clock wore moro quiet than on n
Sunday.
The N. W. and Q. roads nro the only
roads out of the city for the eaat this
evening.
Iko Smith , of Omaha , had n spill at
the driving park , a wheel of his buggy
being taken oil in n collision.
It is reported that the gong In No. 4's
houno has not sounded in a week. How
would No. 4 bo notified of a fire ?
Yesterday was a great day in the his
tory of this city , not a national holiday or
Sunday cither Pat Lacy'a ' place was
closed.
Some sneak thief has entered the room
0. W. Hunt , over McAdams' saloon , and
got away with a suit of clothes and a
watch.
A mooting of the Alumni Association
of the high school , is called for this evening -
ing in the Bloomer school building. A
full attendance is desired.
At the driving park yesterday Mr.
Bell , of Denver , Bold "Bud Doblo" at
auotion , Mr. Holly , of Denver , being the
purchaser , the price being $050.
The sad news reached hero yesterday
from Iowa Olty of the death there of the
mother of Mrs. Schoontgon , Mra. Clay
Plainer and Mr. Jo Kontz and Will
Kontz.
Yesterday Gent from Missouri Valley :
"What will your saloon men do after the
Fourth ? " THE BEE man : "What's
yours ? " G. F. M. V. , "Wo only have
two , and they'll close. "
TUB BEE always did "size up" the
Glebe as being several days behind time ,
but yesterday the supposition proved
true , when the local column of the Globn
showed by ita heading to bo "Monday
Nows. "
At a mooting of the temperance people
at the Y. M. 0. A. rooms , the only
business transacted was the appointment
of a committee to report a constitution
and byo-laws to the next mooting , which
will bo hold at the same place Monday
evening , at 8 p. in.
There will bo n mooting of the Lin <
coin Post G. A. R. this evening , to complete
ploto arrangements for going to Glen-
wood on the Fourth. Special railway
rates of ono faro for the round trip have
boon secured , and it IB desired to learn
Low many is going. The veterans , their
wives , families and friends are invited to
participate.
Mattie ITarlo , the promising little
pacing mare of Ool. Daily's , proves no :
to have boon injured by the storm
through which she passed at the driving
park. She received only a few scratches
and the report that she was seriously
injured proves to bo without any found' '
ation in fact.
A bible study for young men will beheld
hold in the rooms of the Y. M. 0. A.
this evening at 8 o'clock. All young man
are invited. They will find this the most
profitable place to spend on hour of social
study. The gospel services will bo hold
on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Both
ladies and gentlemen are most cordially
invited to bo present.
In the parlors of the Kiel hotel at uooi
yesterday , Mr. J chanson H. Ithodo , n
prosperous young farmer of Mills county
living near Mlneola , was united in mar
riage to Miss Augusta Grath , of the same
placo. The nuptial knot was neatly and
expeditiously tied by Mayor Vaughan in
his usual eloquent style. A number o :
invited gucsta witnessed the ceremony.
Prof. J. J. Slattory yesterday starlet
for St. Louis , whore ho will spend a portion
tion of liis vacation. Under Ills churgo
St. Joseph's academy has progressed
finely during the past four years , and
during the past term ( hero has been IOC
scholars in daily attendance. Ho has
boon engaged for another year , ns ha
also his assistant Miss Maggie Ooyno
Much of the success of the institution
duo to Prof. Slattory and his assistant.
Yesterday morning , of tor arranging hii
toilet , Dr. W. II. Parsons , of Glenwood
who is stopping at Boehtolo's , started for
the dining room to breakfast. Afto
reading { ho morning BKK the doctor concluded
cludod to take a Jook at his watch and to
Lia surprise learned it was not in hi
pocket. After a short deliberation ho
remembered that ho had left it in his room
and proceeded there but could find no
trace of the missing watch and chain ,
Dr , Parsons places considerable value on
the loat articles and ho ii of the opinion
that some ono entered the room shortl
after lie loft , quietly taking out with them
the missing articles ,
Bushnell tells railroad ticioU cheap t
all poiuU.
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ALDERMAHIC ANTICS.
The DOJDES of the City Conncil Yes
terday.
I'otnta About T
A mooting of the council wao held yes
terday morning , at which the Mayor a nd
Alderman Gciso , Keating , James , Myn-
stcr and Siodontopf wore present.
The city attorney reported in favor of
the city engineer's report in regard to
the estimates of paving Main street between -
twoon Fifth avenue and Tenth avonuo.
The city attorney concurred in the en
gineer's opinion that the paving
at Main and Pearl streets was
the same as intersection and must be
pdd for by the city in accordance with
the estimate mado.
The city attorney reported that J. A.
Churchill a property at the juncture of
Main and Pearl streets was liable for
the paving done about it , but the pro
portion must bo adjusted by the city.
Those reports wore concurred in and the
clerk instructed to notify Mr. Churchill
or his agent.
The estimates were then approved.
The amount duo Rogan Bros , for pav
ing intersections up to date was $13,920 ,
and a warrant was ordered drawn for
that amount.
There is expected to bo cash In the
intersection fund very soon. If it was
there now it would savp the city five per
cent of the amount , quite a snug littio
sum , the contract providing a discount of
five per cont. for cash.
Alderman Siodontopf made a kick
about the delay in getting put the bonds ,
as it was time they were in the market.
Alderman Siodonlopf and Alderman
James were instructed to prepare at once
a circular setting forth the nature of the
bonds.
Bids worojthon opened for the relaying
of the sidewalk on Lower Broadway , be
tween Seventh and Eighth ntroots. Re
ferred to the committee on streets and
alloys.
A. L. Olough was fjivon the contract
for laying a BIX foot sidewalk on Fourth
avenue between Eighth and Ninth streets
at sixty-live cents.
Alderman Siedontopf brought up the
matter of a fountain at the corner of
Broadway and First avonuo. In behalf
of citizens ho requested that as good n
fountain be put in there as at the corner
of Bryant and Broadway , as it was a
prominent place , and the first ward had
boon snubbed all the way around. The
committee on streets and alloys , with
Alderman Siedontopf added , were em
powered to act in the matter as Boomed
best.
best.Aldorman
Alderman Mynstor said that there was
a demand for a bettor fountain at the in
tersection of Main and Pearl streets , and
a littio park made thoro.
Thn question of the removal of the
scales at the intersection of Main and
Pearl streets \ras brought up. At a
previous meeting the petition of citizens
asking for the removal was granted , but
no order issued.
Aid. Soidontopf moved that the city
marshal notify the owners to remove the
ocalos within five days. The motion was
carried , Aid. Goiso and Aid. Mynstor
voted "no. "
ThonAU. Jamea changed
his vote to "no. " Then all Hopped
about and voted "ayo , " and it was de
clared unanimously carried.
Mayor Vaughan called attention to the
ordinance licensing all sorts of snap-games
on the streets , lie had stopped such
games , and had boon told that ho had
done wrong about it. ITo wanted the
council to give its opinion.
Alderman James brought up what ho
doomed was the most important matter
to bo considered at this time , the open
ing of the crook so no to give aomo show
for the $ -10,000 Boworago that was being
dono.
The sewerage committee and city
engineer were instructed to proceed with
securing a right of way for the crook and
report at the council at as early a date as
possible.
Inquiry was made by Aldorraan Sio-
dontopf , as to the survey of the crook
lately made by Mr. J. n. Armstrong.
The city engineer flurried up , and said
that the work although done by Mr.
Armstrong was done under his direction ,
and that ho had the report in his oflico.
Ho had delayed the presenting of the re
port until ho could hoar from Engineer
Williams , of Chicago.
The clerk had taken in § 350 for such
licenses on circus day , but the follows
had taken in three times that amount
from the citizens. Aid. James said ho
npvor had boon robbed in that way. Aid.
Siodontopf thought that if men were fools
they ought to pay for it. The matter was
then dropped.
The mayor also called attention to the
dangerous condition of the streets in the
Fourth ward , and the liability of law
suits and damages ,
On motion it was decided that Alder
men James , Keating and MoMahou ex
amine all streets south of Fifth avenue
and west of Main atacot , and Aldermen
Siodontopf , Golso and Mynstor examine
the other streets , and report at the nox
mooting.
Adjournment was the taken until nox
Monday ovoning.
OAPTUBE OF A OKOOK ,
Bcavrlolc HUB n Jjlvoly Clinso After
Win First ,
Sheriir P. W. Ohantland , of Fori
Dodge , was hero the other day hunting
for n man named Herbert Crandall , who
was passing under the numo of Lan
Morgan , The follow traa wanted for
breaking jail , where ho was being hold
on a charge of burglary to await his trial ,
While hero the shcrill got O. K , Boswick
the cx-nollco ofllcor to help him hunt thq
the follow. It was learned that Orandal
was at work for n farmer nonr Oakland.
and when Bcswick reached the farm the
follow sprung onto a mule and away ho
wont , Boswick after him. IIo finally
got oil the roulo and took to the fields
and brush. After a four milo chase , the
follow , hot and thirsty , stopped at a
spring and so filled up with water that ho
could n t run fast enough togot away and
was captured. The sheriff started back
with his prisoner from hero yesterday
morning.
Oonvon
tlnn.
The republicans of the ninth congress
ional district will moot in delegate convention
vontion at 11 o'clock a. m. , August 10 ,
1884 , at Atlantic , la. , for the purpose o
placing in nomination it candidate fo
congress for said district.
The basis of representation will bo oni
dclf Qdto from each county , and ono dole
gate for every two hundred rotes , or frac-
ion thereof , exceeding ono hundred
votes cast for Huron R. Sherman for gov
ernor at the election In 1883.
On this basis the counties will bo on-
Hied to the following number of dole-
; atcs , to-wit :
Andnbon connty - 7
7.1B3 county 11
2rnwfonl county. < '
'rermnt county. . . . °
fnrriaon county 11
ilontgomery county. } j
ilills county.
'oltnwatamlo county. > 1"
Shelby county u
By order of the committee ,
A. JJ. KINO , Clmirmftn.
MKIIO. WWMTFII , BecroUry.
WRECKED WALLS ,
Broaflway MeWistClnircli Walls Pro
nounced Unsafe ,
No Moro Meetings to bo Hold
There ,
Other Orders oftho Uonrdof Health.
The aldermen mot at as a board of
health yostorday.
Mr. Mynstor called attention to the
insafo condition of Broadway Methodist
ihurch , which had boon injured by the
itorm , Mr. Maxon , the architect had
ixaminod the building , and found
, lmt the roar end wan crooked from
op to bottom , and out of plumb.
The bearings of the floor
were so settled that the floor was liable
.o give away. In fact the bulding was so
ackod that while ho did not doom it
.iablo to tumble down at once , yet it
was not safe , especially for a largo audi-
inco , and heavy thunder , or ono of the
itormo might cauan the wall to fall.
AlderrrmnJSiodontopf moved that the
jhurch bo declared unsafe , and that the
rustees bo notified to place it in a safe
condition within fifteen days. Carried.
The trustees were also ordered to hold
no further meetings in the church until
It was declared safe.
N. M. Pusoy was notified to fill the
illoy in the roar of his residence , also the
est of the alloy was declared a nuisance ,
and ordered cleaned up.
The board then adjourned until Mon
day night.
There were many citizens who took a
look at the church yesterday , and there
Doomed to bo but ono opinion in regard
to it , and that was that it looked ehaky
Indeed.
The Bocioty has boon planning for
sometime to build a now church and it
is probable that the present condition of
of the old structure will causa the now
enterprise- bo pushed now to a speedy
completion.
. FEUSONAlJ.
L. Ifricst , of Cincinnati , is nt licchtolo'e.
Alderman Keating has returned from the
> ost.
ost.Cap't.
Cap't. n. F. O'Ncil , oE Detroit , Is ot the
Ogdcn. .
II. 13. Jncquoj , of Chicago , is registered at' '
the Ogden.
' I8
M. Khvanngb , of DCS Moines , \\aa In town |
ycstordny.
Q. H. Whitman , of Carroll , was in the city
yesterday.
G , t < l. Miller , of Stuart , is a guest at the
Pacific housu.
K. A. Patrick , of Dunlap , arrived at the
Bcchtolo yesterday.
Alex. Campbell , Griswold , registered at the
Pacific yesterday.
I" . R. Wallace , of Atlantic , was ( n the city
on a flying trip yesterday.
.T. L , 13udd , of Ames , nnd II. A. Bushncll ,
of Milwaukee , are at the Pacific.
0. S. Lucas nnd 13. W. Orrasby , of Central
City , nro in thU city for a few days' visit.
liugono A. Street , of Denver , returned hereto
to his old homo yosfcrday for a short atop , i JJfl
Leonard Kirsht , Jr. , returned yesterday
from St. Louis , wliero ho has bcoii to Bcliool ,
W. II. Fftrroll , 11.1. Scott , Free Pain mid
Phil Pickering were up from Glenwood yiic
torday.
Trunk WIckhnm/.Tolm J. Dohany and Mar
tin Hughes'sou arrived from Atchlsou JIB-
terday.
Clara liubington In among the Ecliolara who
have returned to their homo to upend their
school vacation.
Miss Allio Ynnllorn , of Chicago , is hero
visiting bur coutlni * , Mrs , J , 0. Bennett mid
Miss Junniu Wright.
John If. McShuno and D , T. Mount , of
Omaha , took dinner nt the Ogdcu yesterday ,
niul nUomk'd tlio races.
Mr. Chria. Schnongcr was yesterday atill
lying In u very low condition , bin dinth being
expected nt u > cry moment.
Mr , Kilgorc , who mot with such a serious
nccldontnt liloom & Nixon's hall , in able to bo
out again , but is not fully recovered.
Charles and Henry 1'iwclml returned jcs-
torilay morning from Notre Dame , Ind. ,
u'licro they lia\o bcon attending college for
the l > a t year. The boys will enjoy the relax
ntlon of xicntion nt homo , and will return
next fall to pursue thtlr coureu.
Sweet potatojplants largest 'Block in
the west by W. II. Foster , Council
Blflfus. Send for price list.
COMMKHOIAlA
COUNCIL BLOWd IIAUKKT ,
Wheat-No. 1 milling , 7B@80 ; No. 3 65 ©
70 : rejected 60.
Corn Local purpose * , 40 ® 15.
Unto Kor local purposes , 35@40.
1 lay 810 00@1'J 00 per ton ; baled. 60@GO
llyo 10@45o.
Corn Meal 1 30 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices at yard * , 0 00 ®
700.
700.Goal
Goal Delivered , hard , 11 60 per ton ; toft ,
6 00 par ton
Lard Falruauk'a , wholesaling at OJc.
Flour City Hour , 1 C0@3 so ,
Urooins 2 U5@3 00 | > or doz.
LIVJ ! 8IOOK.
Cattlo-Ilutcher cow .3 7B@ 1 25. Butdier
iteors 4 60@5 00.
Hogs 1 00@4 25.
ruonucH AND riiuiis.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co , , conv
mission merchants , fi-18 Broadway ,
Live Poultry Chickens , C@8cj turkeys ,
lOu.
lOu.reaches - ? , bus. bcr , 1 00.
Oraugoa-0 00@i ( 00 per box.
heinous 6 OOCaO 00 nor box ,
liananos 3 60 © 1 00 per bunch
liuttor Oroamory , 20o ; rolls , choice 9@10o ,
13o | > or dozen j tcarcxi.
Htrawbonloa 1'uiicy homo gronn , lie per
quart.
Cherries $3 00 per bushel.
Vegetables Potatoes , 360460j onloni ,
7fici cabbage , 4- cents per pound ) apples
none in market ; Beam , ] 6032 Uo per
biuhol.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE. SpccUl vtrtbementi , sno M l > ott ,
Found , To to n , For 8 Ie , To Rent , Wtnts , BoardIng -
Ing , eta. , will ba loierted In this column l the loir
rtt of TEN CENTS PKR LINE ( or the first Insertion
And FIVE CENTS TER UNI ! for each subsequent n-
Mrtlon. tears Klrertlsoments t oar office , No.
Pearl Street , near Broidwav
WANTS.
FOIl IlENT. tarjre furnished room with buy win
dow , lso large , outh room , 220 Sixth street *
WANTED. Two ( rtrl . ono to polish , good wages ,
I/anndry. 721 DronUay.
WANTtU-A Ootxt Olrl , at the K. O. House
Council IllulTi.
WANTED Five hundred rlccts ct flrstclva
second hand canxt and two hundred beating
sloven. A. J. MANOF.L , 325 Broadwa ) .
f\lD PAPKUS-For ialo at BM office , at 25 cento
V7 Jk hundred.
WANTED Every body in Council Bluffs to take
TniBRR. Delivered by carrier at only twenty
cent * a week.
AGENTS ladles and gentlemen can make first
clan wages by selling the "Champion Bosom
Btrccthor and ronloL' Hoard. " Retails at tl.OO.
Any lady can do up a tine shirt without a wrlnkls
and KOM ! It as nicely u the bcstlaundrlcscan. Address
for particulars 0. B. S. & L Co. , BIB , office , for one
month.
For cure 1 or Ncrronj
FREE I Prescription , , , ! lost man *
bowl. W.U.Uliiillon'VS Uxstw * Bt
E. Eice M. D.
or other tumors removed without the
j knife or drawing 6 blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES < * k" "
Cher hlrty years | practical experience Office No.
Tear Itrcet , Council Bluffs
tSTConoultatlon tree
ACOB B1MS. E. P. CADWELL
QIM3& . CADWELL ,
COUNCIL BIiUFFS , IOWA'
Office , Ualn Street , Rooms 1 and Shugart & Wo
Slahon's Blook. Will practice In State and cdcrtt
xurto
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , M. D. ,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
222 Wlddlo Broi-V iy. Council Bluflo.
ROLLER RINK
ICE OREAM PARLOR.
Taught by PROF. SCIINOOR Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 10:30 : o'clock.
RINK FOR RENT AT § 15.00 PER NIGHT.
iiTLARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
F. H. MARTENS. Prop'r.
WESTERN IOWA NORMAL
-SCIENTIFIC AND-
COMMEROIAL COLLEGE ,
COUNCIL DLUKF3 . , . . lUffA !
Will Open
THE 23rd of JUNE 1884.
A complete course for teachers and those desiring
n higher Eoellsh education , a full business course ,
with training In actual business practice and gener
al correspondence , short hand , ornamental pcntrnn-
ship , elocution , German and music. Splendid rooms ,
large , light and veil furnished , charges very moder
ate , cost of living reasonable , society good , experi
enced teachers For further particulars , Inquire of
BEAUDSLKY & PAULSON ,
Council Uluffs , Iowa.
Nebraska Cornice
AND
UANUFACTimEllS OF
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
FINIALS , WINDOW CAPS ,
TIN , IRON AND SLATE ROOFING ,
PATENT METALKJ SKVUOHT ,
H r 0 n Fencing !
Crosttnzg , Balustrades , Verandas , Office and Bank
Knifings , Window and Collar Guards , Eta.
DO O. ANDCth STREET LINCOLN NEB.
-X2XT-
Having just purchased in Eastern Markets very cnoice stock of
Spring and Summer Dress Goods , Ginghams , Table Linen , Crashes , etc. ,
wo are prepared to offer , an excellent selection of beautiful fabrics , and
shall do so at
TTMTT JjUW T
These goods have just been opened from the manufacturers , and
comprise the latest designs and novelties of th e season Note below a few
of the MANY BARGAINS we are offering :
Summer silks , 35c ; Summer silks , 50c ; Summer silks , ? 5c. These
are special bargains and cannot be duplicated. Good black silk at 50c ,
worth 76c. Choice black Eadzimer silk , SI.00 , usual price , $1.80.
Black Gros Grain silk , 80c. Pure Silk Ottoman at § 1.75 , worth $2.25.
Heavy Cloaking Tuniscinno at 81.75. All grades of the famous Lyons
Silks J. C. Bonnet & Co. , and AntoineGuinet &Co. , at Lowest Prices.
I
Good plaids at 5c , worth lOc. . Brocade dress goods at 8c , worth loc
Choice colored cashmeres at 30c. Figured suitings at 30c. Very fine
all-wool suitings , double width at 75c , and never sold for less than 31.00.
Also beautiful combination suitings at very low prices.
Good all linen table at 30c , Good all linen table at 40c. Choice nil
linen table nt COe. Very fine nil linen table at 81.50 , worth 82 60
Table crash 5c a yard. All linen towels at lOc each. All linen towels
nt 12c each.
Good Bleached Muslin5c. Good unbleached muslin , Gc. A fine
assortment of beautiful spring Shawls nt "popular prices. Full stock of
Domestic Paper Patterns. [ [ "Catalogues free.
Prices reduced on Ingrains , Tapestry nnd Body Brussels , Velvets ,
Moquettes , Axmiustcis , &c. , to reduce stock. Call and got prices before
elsewhere.
401 Broadway COUNCIL BLUFFS.
WHOLESALE
HarflTOe , Cutlery , T r' ' $ Stocl , Etc
tSTSpeclal attention to orders by mall. COU.NCIL BLUFFSi IOWA.
Ventilated Three Inch Part ,
ON VEGETABLE LACE ,
Only Seventy - Five Cents !
Coquetts , 12o each. Switclics , ( all long hair ) $2,00 $4.00 , $8,00
nnd upwards. Hair Ornaments Given Away.
, MES. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 837 I3jondw y Council Bluffs.
H. H. HORNE & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fine Cigars
Wo make a specialty , nt our.EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA * nd
YARA CIGARS. All Cigars sold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
as represented.
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , | C52 Broadway ,
\ H. H. HORNE & CO. , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
CO
-MANUFACTUnERS OF
CAnPETS , CUni'AINS , WINDOW FIXTUnES , and KUPAiniNO
ioaoi
A Specialty.
NO. 309 BROADWAY COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
SMITH & TOJjLEK , Afits ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The undersigned is paying the highest market price for
Bags.
S. GOLDSTEIN , ; - - - - 540 Broadway , Council Blaffa
urtalns , in Lace , " El'fc , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsMattings ( , Llnolouma Eta
hoioest and Best Selected STOOE in the WEST ,
jomo nnd bo convinced that -wo are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
heapest place to buy OAEPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
C-'ty.
Nos. G , 7 nnd 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care
< ET SOME OP
Perfect Fitting , Beet and Cheapest. Flno Linen Collars and Cuds.
71 Fourth Street Council Bluffs , Iowa.
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Furniture and appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff1 74
* -V j
Waves 95c , Ooquetts 25c each. Switches $1 to $20aach.
Hair ornaments at COST , All kinds of hair work $
promptly attended to. Waves made of Ladies' combings / \
at 50c per inch , / \
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J GOOD 29 Main Street
f/letalic / Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
TELEGRAPH ORDERS PRO AITLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGH07
ONTo. 3--a 3KT. HVCAixa. < 3t. . C3o-u.xa.oil
EVEKTTIIINa jfJUSTCLASS.
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
ICE OREAM. WATER ICES
C , toioxto Tlxo
Droodnty , \ Meal * it all Hours.
.
Council HlulTa. I I'urtlea SpecUlty.
220 South Main Street , Countil Bluffs , .
Wo gunrantoo our work ns first-class in over manner and style at low pricoa
Wo make a specialty of Groupes , Families , nnd especially children , which *
wo take quicker than a wink. COME AND SEK US.
SCHMIDT & RILEY printers
SIPIEOX-AX. !
-ON
HIS WEEK. { MRS. S. J. HORRIS , ( fea , IO\VA
601 Main Street , Council Blufis.
MANUFACTUEER OF
TRUNKS , VALISESriD SATCHELS\
m. .iAMv.B CA ESa specialty. Shuwl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps. T
Twenty Years Experience. Repairing Neatly Executed
WHOLE3ALJ DEALERS IN
HATS , GAPS BUCK GLOVES ,
and 314 Broadway , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.