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THE OMAHA 'DAILY BEE-SATURDAY JUL ? 12 , 1884 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
Saturday Morninp1. Jtilv 12.
Uy CirrlM - - - - - - - cents per wee *
- - - - " * - 810.00 p r ycM
No. 7 Pearl Street , Hoar Broadway.
See J. Roitor's spring goods.
There Bcomn to bo a difficulty in got-
ling enough buttermilk to supply the pa
trons of the bars.
The marshal.from Rod Oak was hero
yesterday and arrested a man on the
charge of burglary , the follow having
broKen Into some place and got a suit of
The work of tearing away commenced
nt1 the Presbyterian church yesterday ,
preparatory to the building of the now
About half past uino last evening a
false alarm of fire was sent in. The
democrats claim it was done to break up
The Mothodiata are tearing down one
corner of their church , and are to build it
up so that it will bo safe. Then they
will occupy the building.
Peter Bochtolo'a hotel instead of being
run on the European plan has been made
a ? 2 a day house , a remarkably low rate
considering the excellence of the accom
modations given the public tlioro.
The flurry of wind which cnt across
the central part ot the city last evening
ia reported to have done some damage.
A piece of sidewalk was blown across
the 0. B. & Q. track and a child was
Chief Skinner has arrested Fay White
* nd E. D. Olaronco on a telephone from
from Ida Grove to the effect that they
had disappeared with thrco mortgaged
hones. The marshal found the animals
.yesterday afternoon and took the men
and horses back.
Every young man in this city ia invited
to attend the social meeting and bible
study at the rooms of the Y. INI. 0. A.
this evening at 8 o'clock. Both ladies
and gentlemen will bo welcomed at the
gospel service hold at the same place on
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The republican county convention is
called to moot hero August 8 , to cheese
nlno delegates to attend the republican
atato convention , to be hold in Dos
Moines , August 20 , and nineteen dele
gates to attend the congressional conven
tion to bo hold in Atlantic , 1884.
The case of Ashley , the barber ,
charged with stealing razors and a pair
of ehooa from a fellow-barber , has boon
continued until next Monday. The case
against Davis for hitting Ashley for not
returning the property on demand was
II There will bo a special mooting of the
, board of trade this evening , for the pur
pose of taking action in regard to occur
ing the location of the Soldiers' Homo
in Council Bluffs. This is a matter of im
portance to the city and the mooting
called for such a purpose should bo large
The Harlan papers speak in very com
plimentary terms of the oration delivered
there on the Fourth of July by Jacob
Suns , of this city. Council Bluffs can
furnish the surrounding towns with some
pretty atrong oratory , and Harlan got
Bomo of the best of it when it secured
Prof. Cooper , of Council Blnffr , was
in Harlan on Tuesday , for the purpose ,
we understand , of buying the Tribune.
Wo would regret to see one so eminently
qualified as Bro. Walker for journalism
retire so soon from the field , but in Prof.
Cooper ho would find an able successor ,
Shelby Co. Republican.
Two men , giving the names of Thomas
JtlcDormott and John Ituddy are under
arrest on a charge of getting two suits
of clothes of Spetman Bros , , under the
false pretense that they were working
for J. J. Brown. They wore found
afterwards on the dummy train bound
for the west , and wore pulled oil and de
tained in jail.
C. Heck nnd 0. ( ! . Lanstrup , who
were arrested for resisting an oflicer on
the Fourth of July , were given a hearing
before Justice Abbott yesterday , and
were discharged , the evidence proving an
alibi. Either the court or the police ofll
cors are evidently making many mistake !
of late , for none but innocent men seen
to bo arrested.
Clark "tho fiend " '
, newspaper , hasn'
got over the Fourth yet , but keeps lirini
Itoman caudles and squibs at the BEG
It seems to iritato the newspaper Cone
that while Tin : BKB was getting the now
of the convention over the wires am
getting out fresh bulletins , ho was kop
busy serving up the plates shipped fron
Ohicago to fill up the alleged telograpl
The well known
Davy Mottaz nov
worn an elegant 9125 gold watch , whicl
he got in a peculiarly lucky manner , am
yet not wholly lucky. An Ohio tobacci
firm , P. J. Sorg & Co. , offered prizes t
these returning the tin tags on pieces c
plug tobacco , a farm going to the one re
turning the largest number of tags , an
smaller prizes to others. Mottaz acci
inulated and returned 2,00 ? of thea
tags , and wan given the sixth prize , tli
watch which he now carries , An Omali
man is said to have secured the farm.
Builmall lotla railroad tickets cheap 1
SEAL of North Carolina Tobacco is tlj
Some of tlio Street - Corner Talk
About Hio OnnRrcBSiorml
The question as to who is to bo the
republican nominee for congress from
this district will bo nettled In the course
of a month now , the convention for that
purpose being called to moot in Atlantic
August 13 , The republicans , and in fact
the democrats nlso , are proceeding upon
the concession that Congressman Pusoy
will bo ronominated by the democrats ,
and that ho will accept. The fact that
Mr. Pusoy will poll n heavy vote in
Council Bluffs in comparison with
any ontsido candidate , causes
many to look to Council Bluffs for a can-
dldato on the republican side of the house.
The talk now prevalent hero Is that
George F. Wright , of tftis city , who has
boon conceded to bo an active candidate ,
is virtually off the track. Ho has boon
looked upon as one of these liable to cap
ture the nomination. Lieutenant Gov
ernor Manning is being talked of as an
nctivo candidate and it is confidently pro-
dieted by his friends and admirers that
ho will got this county and that ho hof
already strength in Shelby and Audubon
counties , although Audubon has instruct
ed in favor of John Y. Stono.
From the present it Booms that the
contest in the convention will bo mainly
between thcso two Manning and Stono.
Lafo Young's strength seems to bo con
fined now largely to Caaa county , his own
own homo. That county having declared
in his favor , Chdrchill , whoso name was
mentioned two years ago , nnd has been
whispered occasionally since , will prob
ably not come to the surface. '
Colonel Sapp seems to bo out of any
active consideration. It is understood
that in case of a contest In the conven
tion ho may bo agreed upon nnd thus got
the nomination , and would doubtless
accept if thus nominated , but ho docs
not seem inclined to make any attempt to
aocuro the nomination.
Montgomery county may laver Moore
and press his claims somewhat , but at
present tlioro seems no strength de
veloped for him clsowhoro.
The talk about John W. Chapman
seems confined to the wordy discussion in
which the Nonpareil claims ho is not a
candidate and the Glebe claims ho is at
work on the sly. If at work at all , it is ,
of course on the sly , but the fact scorns
to bo that the discussion is simply a by
play to keep him from being forgotten
Major Anderson is simply prancing
about on the outside watching a chance
for getting sweet revenge on these who
so bitterly fought him two years ago.
Ho la supposed to bo friendly to Stone ,
and is partially led to this probably by
the deslro to sop Young defeated , aa
Young fought him BO fiercely in the last
There may bo and probably will bo
many changes in the situation before the
convention moots , and THK BIK will en
deavor 1o give the talk and prospect from
time to time without favor , fearor frenzy.
In connection with the mention of
Lieu tenant-Governor Manning's name
the Carroll Herald published at his old
The fact that ho has not boon identi
fied with any of the factions of the dis
trict , and that his nomination would
thoroughly unite the party , is perhaps
the strongest argument in his lavor. The
Herald is not published in the Ninth
district , andjit must bo doomed presump
tuous for us to make any suggestions con-
corning'too choice of a standard-bearer in
the coming congressional contest. But
slnco the name of Governor Manning has
boon BO prominently suggested by papers
in that asstrictj it cannot certainly bo
out of place for us to contribute
something from our personal knowledge
concerning him , a knowledge gained
through years of intimate acquaintance
during the time ho made Carroll his
homo. This wo can say that in every
public position ho has boon called upon
to fill , Mr. Manning has moro than mot
the expectation ! * of his warmest friends.
As the representative in the legislature
from this district , when it comprised
three counties , for two terms , ho ranked
as ono of the ablest and most efficient
members of the house , and not only
served to their entire satisfaction the in
terests of his constituents , but gained a
state reputation which , when ho was
named in connection with the nomination
for lieutenant governor , made him a
strong candidate from the first. Elected
to this responsible ofllco , his reputation
for ability was increased and it is univer
sally admitted that no moro capable and
impartial ollicial over occupied the presi
dential chair in the sonata. To-day there
is not a man moro generally known and
admired by the republicans of Iowa than
Governor Manning. In the lost state
iloctton ho ran over 4,500 ahead of Gov
irnor Sherman , find was chosen by
ho largest majority of anyone on
ho republican ticket. His record
i public and private Ufa is
uro and unassailable. Should the re-
ublicans of the ninth district procure
iim to lend the fight upon the congros-
.ional . ticket , they would have a candi
date who , untrammelled by faction ,
would unlto the party and load it on to
glorious victory. On the stump ho
would bo a power , and no man the demo
crats could select would bo able to sustain
himself in joint debate. In common
with the republicans of Carroll county ,
whore Mr. Manning has lived the best
years uf his life , wo should bo most sincerely -
coroly glad to BOO him nominated for
congress in the ninth district. Such a
ticket would win , nnd win so grandly
that the opposition would bo completely
demoralized. Wo do not know that Gov.
Manning will bo n candidate for the
ollico , but judging from the support al
ready assured , wo should say that should
ho decide to outer the lists ho would
ntnnd an excellent chance for success ,
At a mooting of the board of directors
of the Council Blulfo Y. M. C. A. , Jioli
on Monday evening July 7 , 1881 , a com
mittco was appointed to draft resolution !
concerning Mr. Thomas M. Gowdy
The following have boon prepared ;
Whereas , The death of Mr. Thoma
M. Gowdy has boon an occasion of grio
iu our city and other cities , and
Whereas , Wo desire to. place on recon
'aomo testimonial of our young friend am
member , therefore bo it
Ueeohod , That in his death our assc
cjntion linn lost a true friend and ou
city a resident whoio upright life has bee
an honor to himself and us.
Kscolvod , That our memories uasoc
a .od with his life ; personal as well anputi
lie. and in time to come our romombranc
of him will bo pleasant and fraternal.
Resolved , That , while wo mourn hi
early death , wo unite in gratitude to God
that ho has given us such n sample ol
Resolved , That wo deeply sympathize
with the relatives of Mr. Gowdy.
Resolved , That these minutes bo on-
torcd in the minutes of our association ,
published in the dally papers , and a copy
sent to the immediate relatives. Signed
by TUB BOAHD OF DIIIECTOIIS.
ANOTHER SOARE ,
An Informer Piles Another Complaint ,
Then ( Jots FrlRhtcnccl > ml Skips.
Yesterday there was another little
flurry about enforcing the prohibitory
law. A man named 11. T. Dennis wont
Into Justice Abbott's court and express ,
od a deairo to file an Information against
Peter Kuhn for violating the prohibitory
law. An information was accord.
Ingly drawn up , and sworn
to by Dennis. Justice Ab
bott then told him to got the names
of his witnesses , and when _ they wore
given in a warrant would bo issued. The
man said ho would got the names of the
men ho saw drinking there , and started
out to do BO. The news BOOH spread and
with it the report that the prosecution
had boon started rather maliciously on
account of the fact that Dennis is a paint
er and Kuhn is in the same trado. After
the information had boon filed Dennis
got bactly scared ou account of aomo
throats in ado agaiint him , and two men
pave him a chase , just for "a bluff" ovi-
dontlv. At last accounts Dounis had ta
ken n train to got of town.
In vlow of the fact that it has boon
generally reported and widely circulated
that I have been employed to prosecute
all caaoa in Council Bluffs for the viola
tion of the prohibitory lawa of the state ,
1 dcsiro to say that such report is not
true. I hava not boon employed to
prosecute any cases of that nature , nor
have I boon consulted. Whenever I
am retained in any case I always dis
charge my duty conscientiously , to the
best of my ability , without fear or favor.
E. ] ) owling has returned from his Chicago
W. I ) . KvaiiB , of Mahora , wns at Bcchtclo'n
W. B. Cuppy , of Avocn , was In the city
J. S. Cook , of lied Oak , was nt the Pacific
L. C.Baldwin lias returned from a visit to
hia western cattln ranches.
John Junfolf , of Port Washington , Wis. ,
arrived at the Ogdcn yesterday.
Tom Carlifllo , of Missouri Volley , was in the
city yesterday and nt Bcchtelo's.
M. K. Mcllonry , of Gencsoo , 111. , broakfa.it-
od at the 1'ncific house yesterday.
Hon. John Y. Stone-of Glonwood , was ( in
the city yesterday looking after the congres
sional contest n little.
A. T. Flicklnger han returned from Buchan
an county , whcru ho left his wifu nnd baby
who will make n moro extended visit.
Prof. Farnham nnd wife , of the Nebraska
normal xchool , left yesterday to attend thoXn-
tlonal Teacliors'a association at Madison , Wis ,
W. D. Cocke , of Cocku & Morgan , has re
turned from his oaatcrn trip , where he haa
been nftor moro goods. 1l\o boxes , cases and
barrels arc now beginning to arrive.
Soiiiotliuin lor Nothing.
Until further notice wo give to each
twentieth customer his purchase , what
ever the price or vnluo 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
samo. Wo have adopted for the present
this system of advertising because it
gives our patrons instead of the news
papers the five per cont. which it cost
us. Clothing retailed at wholesale
prices. Hata retailed at case prices.
Furnishing goods , trunks , bags , timbrel-
as , etc. , etc. Every twentieth customer
presented with his purchase.
COUNCIL BLurra UAKKKT.
Wlioat No. 1 milling , 70@SO ; No. 3 G5@
Corn Local purposes , 40@45.
Oats For local purposes , 85@40.
Hny 510 00@12 00 per ton ; baled , DO@GO
Corn Meal 1 UO per 100 poundfl. *
Wood Good supply ; prlcoa at yard * , C 00@
Coal Dollvorod , Iiard , 11 50 per ton ; soft ,
5 00 per ton
Lard Falrbank'a. wholesaling at 93c.
Flour City flour , 1 C0@3 80.
Brooma 2 U5@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows 3 75@4 25. Butcher
atoors 4 50@5 00.
Hogs 100@4 23.
ruonuoK AND FBUITS.
Quotations by J. M. St. John & Co , , corn ,
mlsnioh merchants , 533 Broadway.
Poultry LIvoold hem , 7c ; epring chickens ,
2 25@3 00 per doz. ; ll\o txirkoyu , 'Jo.
I'eachos-J 1ms. lex , 1 00.
OranKos 5 00@0 00 per bor.
Lemons 0 00 per box.
Bananau 2 00@3 00 per bunch.
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , choice 910c.
UPTRS ISo po dozen.
ChcrricH § 2 50 per bushel.
Vegetables 1'otatoeB. 1 C0@2 00 per bbl ;
nloim , 76oj cahba o , COo per dor- ; applet * ,
3 bu bor , 7Bc@L 25 ; Beana , ] B0@2 25 per
NOTICE. Special ft vcrtlMmouU , luo M test ,
Found , To Loin. Per Silo , To IlontYant > , Boird
, cto. , will bo Inserted ( n this column at the low
ate ot TKN CUNTS I'EH LINE for the Ont Insertion
and F1VK CENTd mi LINK for each lutxequenl n
Bortlon. Lone adtertliementi at ouroffioe , No.
. 'earl Street , near Broadway
\\7"AKTKD A KOuJ Tinsmith for general work In
it country hoi > . AildroM W. W. Loomli , t D -
> IJ llradluv A. Oo' ntlloe , Coimcll llluff. , la JtOt.
" \ \ 7ArTKIlly a married mau , ngcd iO , ultintloi
T ' In a uhoKwjIo or total ! Kiocery an counter m i
or traveling Mlcumm. Had IB yean fip'rlenco
1'ir.t clus rifcretiMB. Addreua "J. 1) . , " loll
HroaiU aytoiincU _ ! Illu ffn.
WANTED-A Unit-claw brick mouKlor , Aimly ti
( J. htraub , on ro.vl to I > . and 1) . In.Ututo. or t
Max Mohii.JLJru.totiJIouiKi. _ _
WANTbD A ultuit'lon In liotul kitchen. DuITo
juldruts IK'0 bill tt eiiuo.JJoiincinilulIii ; _
\\7ANTKU A lluittli > ii uy a tinner , fall uTud
J V ilivr * 1U1) thjuioiniv , Council lllurf. * .
VV/AMUU. I'unltloii a ciiilii r * or nr iiuul I )
' ' , MpcrieuceJ litnd , capable of doing liljowi
rciulrlujr. Htrcil > teiuioi.to. | Addwm 8. , Ila
oiilCT , I'uumll Uliig .
A J7ANTC U Kh a hundred iileoea of Untclu
T T necoiid'haud carjiet and two hundred tiestln ;
A. J. MANUEL. 8
\V AMTKO fc ry lioayuTcuunUl tlluff to tuk
> V Tuillna. loll ercd by currier at only tweut ,
IP01' 8.A''li Aruia | mnn irtuiiUyto t < i\ Into
iiroUulilo liuilnuai mi can
U-ruJK. A well ( MtiUUlieil lukory In Council lllufl
. J1 ° J tu" ? " ' < > ' iilllujr. AddrMi 0. II
, cllloo , Courull Illufff ,
ACIENTU-UJ n and Keutletuen u n make On
u. wais ly , * < ; UluJf "le "Clismplou llosot
and roulne Doanl. JleUlli at ! tt
Any Udy cau do up a line ehlrt without a wrlakl
and glnu It u ulcely Uie U > tlauudrle can. Addrei
' ° ' < * IC ° ' 1 L" offl ' 0 o
10E CREAM PARLOR.
Tftnght by PnoF. SCHNOOU Tuesday nnd
Friday evenings from 830 ;
to 10:30 : o'clock.
IllNK FOn KENT AT $15.00 I'EIt N10HT.
trLARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN.
F. H. MARTENS , Prop'r.
j.n. TATE. WAUHKN WIIITH' '
T fiLTZH -WIHCiariEL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
1'rtcUco In Btato and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 9 , Schugart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
The Presbyterians of Council Bluffs of-
or for sale a lot of Seats , Windows , Carpets -
pots , Lamps , Stoves , Gas Fixtures , Ta
il en , Pulpit , a now roof , inside Shutters ,
etc. , now in the church building before it
a taken down to make way for their now
louse of worship. The above articles
are in good condition and will bo sold rea
sonably. For prices and particulars call
on THOMAS OFFICER ,
Mrs , H , J , Hilton , H. D , ,
PHYSICIAN & SUKG-EON ,
322 Middle Brovd-vay. Council BlnCa.
R. Rice IvI. D.
p I Uppnn or other tumor * removed without the
knife or drawing o blood.
CHRONIC DISEASES < * * * , * *
Over hlrtyymsl practlc.il expcrlenoo Offlco No.
l'c r trcct , Council Illufft.
/HTConculUtlon / trco
ICE ! ICE I ! ICE ! ! !
For pure river Ice pnlronlto the blue wngoni ml-
lifactlon Kuarantecd. Lcaro orders at No. iS South
Telephone No. B4.
MUL1IOLLAND & NICHOLAS ,
WINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC.
416 latla CBtx-oot ,
OMAHA . ST" . NKlinASKA
ACOB SIMS. R. P. CADWELXi
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA *
Offleo , Main Street , Rooms 1 and Shugart * . Me *
Haliou'a Block. Will practloo In Btato and edettl
New dcslRns In Bntln nml
' ' finish , wlthimmc , 10 ct .
rVo offer $100 f or a pack of cards
'any nicer work , or prettier etylcs. _
'Samplei/ree. Eislo C rl TToris. Hew Haves. Ct.
We have begun this week a Special Sale of Children's Dresses. To close
this stock out we have marked them 25 per cent less
than Regular Market Prices.
You can buy a good Scotch Gingham Dress , -well made , fast colors , from 75 cts. up.
The stock consists of Gingham , Chambray , Seersucker and Linen Suits ,
made in the Latest Styles and Cheaper than the goods
alone can bo bought for.
Towels ! Towels ! Towels !
Good all Linen Towel , lOc , worth ? 0c.
Good all Linen Damaslc Towel , 12jc worth 2-So.
Good all Linen Hack Towel 20 ; , worth SOa
Good all LInen Honey Comb 25c , worth 40c.
Good all Linen Huok Towel 25c , worth 40c.
Hood all Linen Oat Meal Towel 25c , worth 40a.
Good all Linen Damask Towel , (0 Inches long and 24
Inches wide at ! 6C. This tow el would be > cry cheap
at COo. Come early and get gome of them before
they are all gene , as wo cannot replace the goods.
Great Bargains In Table Cot era , Nankins and Stand
CoTors , Table Covers In Hod , Gcrnranand Damask ,
beautiful patterns , 3 yardslong and 2 yards wide ,
S2. < 0 , worth double the money.
Dariralns ID Bed Spreads.
A full line of Ladles' and Misses' Rubber Circulars ,
fiom $1.25 up to the \cry beet goods manufactured
by the Sterling Rubber Co ,
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
Tlilnweck cheaper than over. Coma and look at the
stock and cominco yourself that wo are offering
tbo greatest bargains In hosiery over shown n
Our line ot Gents' Goods Is complete and cheaper
than the eame goods can bo bought west of Chi
Mcns' and BoyB1 Shirts with reinforced linen bosom ,
linen bands , and well made , 6Cc.
Gunts' LMo Thread Shirts , Gents' Balbrlggan Shlrta.
Ocnta' India Gauze Shirts , 350 and up.
Gen'a' Socks , Collars , Culls , Ties , and Handkcr
Handkerchiefs from Sic apiece up. Fast colors. A
good colored bordered handkerchief Sc. A good
colored bordered handcrchlef , lOc.
Wa have a pure linen Ladies' Handkerchief , hem
stitched , test colors , lCc.and the best handker
chief c\cr soli ! forL'Oi1.
A full line of Tcarl Buttons In sizes from 18 up to 28
from G to 103 par dozen. Thcso buttons or o o
oed dear pearls and not chipped.
WE RECEIVE GOODS DAILY AND OFFER TEE
at tlie Loiest Prices
OOCKE & MORGAN ,
NEW OPERA HOUSE BAZAR.
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
" Fine Pnt Phowinfr tlio
rlllD ulll UHtJWlllE Ulu
"BGG , " and "Rival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
DR. JUDD'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Electric IJelta Bold In tbo Month ot June by us.
Agents Wanted !
IlefmnceAiiy of the bujlncw hou o In Council JlIulU. JUDD & SMITH 1'ropiletors.
10 BROADWAY . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MRS. S. J. NORRIS , 105 Main Sb
To "bo sold regardless of
cost for the next two
HATS. weeks to make room for
. Fall Goods.
AtTWEUDA , 317 Broad-wav. Council Bluffs
H.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make a specialty , at our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA we ]
YA11A CIGARS. All Oigara gold by us are of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I C52 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE&CO. , I COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
SMITH & TOMjEH , Afita ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 nnd 0 Main street ,
COUNCIL Bturrs , - . . - ' IOWA.
Ventilated Three Inch Part ,
ON VEGETABLE LA.CE ,
* M a J
Switches , ( nil long hair ) $2.00 8-i.OO. $ SOOiid upwards. Coquetts
nnd Hair Ornaments Given. Away.
M&S. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 337 Broadway Council Bluffn
urtalns , In Lace , fl'b , Turcoman , Etc. Oil clothsHattlngs ] , LinoleumsKtc
hoioest and Best Selected STOOK in the WEST.
jomo and bo convinced that wo are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
hoapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in the
C'ty. Upholstering and Bedding Supplies.
NOB. 5 , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLE - - ( COUNCIL BLUFFS
Mail Orders Filled Promptly and with Care.
The Best $2 a day House in the West
Sample Rooms ,
First Class Table ,
All Modern Conveniences.
Reduced Bates to Regular Boarders.
Perfect Fitting , Best and Cheapest. Fine Linen Collars arid Cafts.
To. 71 Foiinh Street Council Bluffs , Zovra.
Furniture and appointments all new. Noa. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
SltOkfLO each. Hair ornaments given with every pur
chase. All kinds of hair work promptly attended to.
Waves made of Ladies' comhings at 50c per inch.
ALL KINDS OF
MRS. J. J GOOD 29 Main Stree
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
ICE CREAM. WATER ICES
O/vtoror to Tla.0 2Ew.t > lic > .
104 Broiulway. 1 f Ifcalj Hi all Hours ,
Council Dlufla. r 1
Metalic Caskc-ts and Wootlin Coffins of all Kinds.
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