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; THE DAILX BEE COUNCIL BLUFFS , THURSDAY" JULIT 17 ,
THE DAILY BEE.
Tlmrsdav Morninp Jnlv 17
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,
fly Carrier - - - - - - -EO rontJ per week
By MAU - . - - . . - . . $10.00 ri ye r
No. 7 Pearl Street , Hoar Broadway *
MINOR MENTION ,
Sco J. Roitor'a uummor goods.
The foundation of the now Episcopal
church is nearly completed ,
The city fathers arc talking of getting
twenty-live oloctrio lights for street pur
poses , to take the place of gas.
Mis. Bargara Menkel i to bo tendered
n benefit concert at Dohany's opera house
on Thursday evening July 24th.
Peter Boston , whoso Bluffs house was
burned last winter has rebuilt the same ,
and will open it Tuesday evening ,
The southwest corner of Bayliss "park
is submerged by water , BO that travel
through the park is interrupted , except
to rubber boots.
The funeral of the little child of Mr. J.
Kelson was hcjd yesterday from the res
idence , corner of Twelfth atroot and
Robert ITuntington , Jr. . has lost a
horse by colic. The day before the
death of the horse ho was offered ? 1CO
for it , but refused.
If the city council brings that section
of the big California tree for an ornament
for Bayless park , it will give an excellent
chance for stump npeochca.
There is to bo another legal fight over
thp lot of female finery claimed by both
Minnie Fremont and Ida Story. This
time it will bo in Abbott's court.
Constable Edgorton was yesterday over
from Omaha hunting up a gold watch , on
which an Omaha firm had a chattlo mort
gage , the man having moved to this side.
There was n little racket at the boor
garden Tuesday night in which a shoe
maker called Shucstor and a man named
Morris scorned to bo the chief partici
The rainfall yesterday was the heaviest
known in Council Bluffs so far this year.
Mr. Flickingor's gauge showed it to bo
1.35 inch , that being the fall between U
o'clock a. m. , and 12 o'clock.
The work of tearing down the old Pres
byterian church to make room for a now
and bettor ono , is proceeding rapidly.
The organ is being taken out and utorod
temporarily in thn Bloomer school build
The fellow arrested for being drunk ,
and who insiatod on being celled "Mace
donia , " was sober enough yesterday to
disclaim oven a residence at that place ,
and bogged so piteously for mercy that
ho was lot off.
Four tramps , whom the police had
dragged in from the box-cars , wore turn
ed loose yesterday morning. There is
getting to bo a good deal of nonsense
about this arresting and discharging of
Mrs. Brown , who lives in Farloy'a glen ,
was Bcaldod Tuesday evening , a boiler full
of hot water accidentally tipping and
scalding her from the waist down. Dr.
Hauchott was called to attend her and
pronounces the injuries not BO serious as
to endanger life.
D. F. Eichor is interested and kept
busy in improving property on Glen
avonuo. Ho has purchased several lots
there of late , and yesterday began on the
foundation of a now house vrhlch ho is
to build there to cost § 2500 or so. Ho
has great faith in the future of Olci
Fred Solzor , who has been attending
school in Now York , reached this city
Tuesday on lib way homo to Sioux City ,
and was given a happy reception in the
evening at the homo of Mr L. Xurmuoh
lon there being gathered twenty of his
young friends projont. A very onjoya
bio evening was spent , and yesterday
IFrod proceeded on his journey.
The local committee , consisting o
members the G. A. 11. , the city coun
cil and board of trade did not make their
trip of observation and search for a aih
for the Boldiora' homo yesterday , tho- rail
preventing. They will probably go ou' '
to-day and BOO if they can find 320 acres
t present to Uncle Sam if ho will buili
the homo hero.
The Methodist church Is undergoing
repairs and it is expected that it will b <
ready for occupancy by next Sunday , one
that it will bo in such safe condition tlia
there need bo no more trembling of the
nerves on the part of the aldormauii
fathers. The board of health wil
doubtless take back its decree of con
demnation when these repairs are com
About two weeks ago a gentleman a k.
ed Theodore Lund to take a chance in n
doublo-barrolled ehot-gun. Mr. Lunt
immediately produced the nocceansr
two dollars which entitled him to
cluuico for the same and forgot all about
the two dollars and the gun when to hU
Burpriao Tuesday evening a number o
gentlemen presented this gun to hin
tolling him ho had won it in the ralllo.
Ho now thinks there are uomo "straight
IjiiMirlnuc Imagery ,
Cincinnati Enquirer ,
For luxuriance of imagery in head-lines
the Toledo Commercial Telegram will
please step forward uiicl receive the bun
This is appalling ; "Chaos Without Form
and Void. Darluuto upon the Face ol
the Uoep , The Leaven , in the SliHj'o oi
Delegates , luecrlcd , And the Germs
Heady to Sprout and Ferment und Fight
and Sirear. " This indicates quinine.
Tlio Sim * ! Ion KomiilnsOimvnrrtlj-Un.
Imt Inwimlly Tlioro
Is Much GoltiR On ,
It was expected that before this Homo
now Informations would bo filed against
some of the saloon mon , but none have
yet appeared. Thorois much discussion
however , of ways and moans , all uorU
of conjectures and predictions
expressed , nnd each side In the
contest is interested preatly , and watching -
ing eagerly every move of the opposition ,
while the scores of neutrals arc busy
trying io keep so balanced as not to fall
oil * the fonco.
There has bcon much said about the
position which justices in this city would
take in case anyone desired or attempted
; o file an information before thorn.
Justice Vaughan , the mayor , Bays :
"You can tell your readers that I am a
Doliovor in Tun BKE'H theory of high 11-
conao , and that whllo I do not drink a
drop of cither wine , boor or whisky , and
do not use tobacco in any form , yetI _ do
notbeliovo in latting eighty business
luildings In Council Blufls stand jdlp. "
In other words ho is not a prohibitionist.
Ho said that If any ono wanted to file an
information before him ho should require
bonds to nccuro the costs , in case the
prosecution failed. These- costa might
tun up tn hundreds of dollars , nnd ho
would not run the risk of having these
costs thrown onto the county , nnd added
to the burden of the taxpayers.
JusHco Schurz , in reply to the same
question , said that in addition to the ono
who signed the information , thorp must
bo aovoral aflidavlts filed BO that in case
of any criticism of his conduct ho could
show that ho had duo reason to believe
, hey had a caso. The informant must
also put up a cash deposit to pay the
costs in case the prosecution failed to
Justice Abbott said that ho would allow
an information to bo filed in his court the
amona any other information , and after
ho names of witnesses for the proaecu-
ion had bcon handed in , and there
coined reason to believe that there was
ust ground for Issuing a warrant , the
rarrant would bo issued.
Some of the ofllcors said they would
servo papers. Others that they would
Among the whispered reports la that
; here is n committee already appointed
x > file informations against anyone who
lies informations against the saloon
men. It is said that in some caaca an
attempt will bo mndo to have the
informants adjudged insane , in
other cases charges of vagrancy
will bo preferred. In fact all sorts of
charges nro talked of to bo brought
against too aggressive prohibitionists.
Such are .samples of the talk on the
itroot. Tlioro is much deep feeling on
both sides , but it is to bo hoped that
moderation , fairness , and good judgment
may guide the counsels of both.
Charlie Iool , of Boston , is at Beclilolo's.
J. G. Halo , of Lima , O. , is nt the Oftdcu.
J. T. Bacon , ot Milwaukee , arrived at the
J. M. Power , ot Newark , N. J. , was at the
Jolin Green's daughter nnd family are visit'
ing him from Shelby.
A. S. Powell , of PJntto Center , arrived at
the Pnciflo yofitordny.
Win. W. McCrackin , of Fnirfiold , Iowa ,
was in the city yesterday nnd at the Ogdon.
Dr. Sninnoy , of Minneapolis , stopped nt the
Pacific house yesterday on hiq way to Sioux
II. Chiron , a prominent fanner of Living
Springs , Silver Crook township , apent Tuesday
night with 0. Wesley and family.
J. M. Power , N. J. , was the first gent who
liad the honor of registering bin name on the
now register ] which was opened yesterday at
the Pacific house.
John Tomploton has returned from Missouri
Vnlloy , nnd reports that hib brother-in-law
Mr. Campbell , who was injured there by the
cars , Is getting along fully us well aa could bo
expected , the injuries being very serious.
Professor Pierre Olkor , the well known inn
sician , has returned from Providence , Rhode
Inland , whore ho has been playing in the opera
house orchestra with his brother. It la un
derstood that ho will nuain make Council
Muffs lib homo , nnd will organize a band
V. Lamb , Sr. , yesterday enjoyed a brief
visit from his old friend Mr. Palmer , of Chica
go , it being the ( hut tiinu they have mot and
dlucd togoUicrjbiuce twenty-three years ago ,
They were in boyhood schoolmates in London.
Mr. Palmer has now gene across the river to
visit his daughter , Mrs. Pratt , of Omaha ,
Miss K , L. Flickongor arrived hero yesterday
day from Kimball , Dakota , by way of Sioux
City , and nftur aI It hero to her brother A ,
T. I'ickinger , nnd her elstor , nho \ 111 proceoi
to her homo In Independence. Miss I'llekin
ger his for three years been principal of the
school on the hill , ami has many friends nni
acquaintances to give her a hearty welcome to
Tom Austin , who has resided hero for twelve
years , nnd boon In the employ of the 0. U. &
Q. , has Bold his property on South First street
toMru. lleiin , and now iroos with his famllj
to Salt Lake , whore they expect to make their
permanent homo. Thuir neighbor Gully Jones
lately went to Utah with the name determina
tion but has returned , rather discouraged at
the outlook , the worms making Bad havoc
with the crops theic.
Shipments of Stoulc.
Tlio following wore the shipments of
stock from the * union stock yards July
M0. . IJouor , eight cars cattle , U11
hood , to Ohuycunu , via U. P.
J. L , Oaks , a's. cars cattle , 2-11 head ,
to Denver , via U. P.
0. S. Lucas , 0,10 car hoes , Oil head , to
Chicago , via It. I.
D. Anderson , three cars hogs , IDG head ,
to Chicago , via R. 1.
0. A. Moore , eight cars sheep , 1,112
head , to Chicago , yia R , I ,
1. It. Alden , two cars cattle , 41 head ,
to Chicago , via R. 1.
W , Austin , ono car hogs , 07 head , to
Chicago , via 11,1 ,
Fuller & Miller , ono car hogs , 05 head ,
to Chicago , via Mil ,
F Bowman , two cars hcga , 121 head
D , Anderson , ono car hogs , 05 head , to
Chicago via R. J.
W. II. Glovoluud , ten cars cattle , 171
head , to Chicago via N. W.
Purcell lirrs. , emi car hogi , 01 head ,
t Chicago via N. W.
Alexander & 0. , tliroo oars cattle , 00
head , to Chicago via N. W.
Rlddlo t Hates , ono car hogs , RO head ,
to Chicago via N. W.
Stores nnd Russell , two cars cattle , 80
lioad , to Denver , via U. P.
F. S. Ilawkos , two cars cattle to Coun
E. J. Moore , ono car steers , 17 head ,
to Dtinlan via N. W.
J. W. lliddlo , ono car hogs , C8 head ,
to Chicago via N. W.
W. S. Swan , 10 cars cattle , 480 head ,
to Westcott , W , T. via U. I' ,
J. II. Daniel , two cars horses , 49 head ,
to W. S. fc J. Mayno , Council Bluffs.
J. W. Mnrtoll , three cars sheep , 418
head , to Council Bluffs.
Tlio Poultry Coops.
A coop ton feet square will accommo
date twenty. Qvo fowls if the roosts nro
well arranged and kept scrupulously
clean , If the floor is of boards it should
bo arranged so that the rats cannot got
under it. If the floor bo sprinkled with
dry earth or sand after it is awopt
out with a broom , which should bo done
done every day , the fowls will keep
healthy nnd free from disease. A good
coop may bo made ton foot equaro , eight
foot high nt the back nnd three or four
foot nt the front , the roar of the coop ,
which should face the south , having n
greenhouse sash , three foot by six on the
top. Such n coop will cost ns follows :
Sash , ready glazed , $3j 300 foot of lum
ber for floor and sides , ? 0 ; roof , about
84 ( shinglcsj ) total § 13. This docs not
include labor , and may cost less in some
places for material. The ncsta should
bo of boxes , separate , so an to bo easily
cleaned. If confined in yards the fowls
should bo given exorcise by throwing
the hard food into leaves in order to
make them scratch. Spade the yards up
occasionally which turns under the filth
and purifies them. Cleanliness is the best
medicine that can bo given for warding
OODNOIti BLUWB MARKET.
COUNCIL VLCFFH. IOWA , July 10 , 1881.
Whoat-No. 1 milling , 75@80 ; No. 3 G5@
70 ; rejected DO.
Corn Local purpose , 40@15.
Oats Kor local purposes , 35(5MO. (
liny SIO 00ia 00 per ton ; baled , CO@GO
Corn Bleal 130 per 100 pounds.
Wood Good supply ; prices nt yards , C 00@
Coal Delivered , hard , 11 50 per ton ; soft ,
> 00 per ton
Lard 1'alrbank's , wholesaling at OJc
Flour City Hour , 1 C0@3 30.
Brooms 2 35@3 00 per doz.
Cattle Butcher cows 3 C0@4 00. Butcher
stoorg , none In market.
Uogs ) 00.rilOUUCE
rilOUUCE AND FRUITS.
Quotations by J , M. St. John & Co. , com
mission merchants , 538 Broadway.
Poultry Live old hens , 7c ; spring chickens ,
2 25@3 00 per doz. : live turkeys , Oc.
1'eachcs h bus. bcx , 1 00.
Oranges 5 00@0 00 per box.
Lemons C 00 per box.
Bananas 2 00@3 00 per bunch.
Butter Creamery , 20c ; rolls , choice 0@10c.
Kffga 12i per dozen.
Cherries § 2 50 per bushel.
Vegetables Potatoes , 1 50@2 00 pcrbbl ;
onions , 75c ; cabbage , GOc per doz. ; apples ,
1-3 bu box , 7Ce@l 20 ; Beans , 3 50@2 23 per
Bushnoll sells railroad tickets cheap to
NOTICE. Special a vertlacmonta , euo as Lost ,
Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Rent , Wants , Board
Ing , oto. , will bo Inserted In this column at the Ion
rate of TEN GENTS PER LINE for the first Insertion
and FIVE CENTS FER LINE lor each subsequent o-
sort Ion. Leave adi ortlsomcnts at jmr olUco , No.
Pearl Street , near Broadwav
WANTED A good Tinsmith ( or general work in
country shop. Address W. W. Loomie , at Di-
> ld llradlov & Co's ollloe , Council lllufTn , la JlOt.
TJIT'AFTIID By a married man , aged 40 , situation
Vt In a wholesale or retail ifroceryhouso. Had 18
years ripcrlonco. Can glto llrst-clasa references.
Address "J.H. 11. , " 1018 Broadway. Council Bluffs.
WANTED. 1'oaltlon as engineer or fireman , by
experienced hind , capable oM doing hid o n
repairing . Strictly tempoiato. t Address's. , BBB
office , luncll Blufls.
WANTtD Klvo hundred pieces of flratclaes
second hand carpet and two hundred heating
stoves. A. J , MANDHL , 826 Broadway.
OLD PAPERS For sale at BBH olllco , at 26 couta
WANTED Every body in Council Blufls to take
TiiHllits. DolUercd by carrier at only twenty
cents \rook. .
FOR HALT ! CHKiP-Or to lent , a shop sultablo
for blacksmlthlng or wagon-miking. Innulro
No. 12 north Main street , Council Binds.
SITUATION WANTED-Ily a thorouuhly cmnpo-
tent book-keeper. Would work on small salary
fora good firm. First-class rcfoicnccs. X. Y. 'JL
HKK olllco , Council lllulfa.
17IOR SALE. A golden opportunity to get into a
X1 legitimate and proflublo business mi casv
terms. A well established bakery In Council Bluffs
for sain. Hood reasons for selling. Address 0.1U
J. , IIKK olllco , Council HlufTs
A GENTS Ladles and gentlemen can make first
axclabs nagbj by selling the "Champion Bosom
Mrectlior and ronlng Board. " Retails at tl.OO.
Any lady can dn un u flno ehlrt without a wrlnkls
and glosi It as nicely as the bent laundrlcscan. Address
forpaitlcularnO. B. S. & I. Co. , Itm. olllco , Council
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
roil HALE Two largo lots with thrco raised
IIOUBOI , and all lnipro\eraeiils , bringing montidy
rental of (21. PrtcegltOO.
Address L. , DIK : Offlco
Tlio Presbyterians of Council Bluffs of.
for for enlo n lot of Seats , Windows , Carpets -
pots , Lumps , Stoves , Gas Fixtures , Ta
bles , Pulpit , n now roof , inside Shutters ,
oto. , now in the church building before it
is taken down to nmko way for their now
IIOUBO of worship. The nbovo articles
are in tjood condition und will bo sold rcu-
eonably. For prices und particulars call
on THOMAS OrnoKit ,
E. Eice M , B.
or other tumors removed wlthouttht
knife or dr wlngo blood.
OUT hlrty yearn pructlc * ! experience Office No
I'm truct , Council BIuOi
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
For pure rl > cr Ice jiatior l o the bluq w eoni at-
tfactlcil Ruaranttcd. Lvi > a unlcra at No. 15 South
Main itrrct ,
Tulcphont No. El.
MULHOLLAND & NICHOLAS.
Ilu\otliljilay sold my grocery builnesi to Tim
mliu . Co. Thc luilebtrtl to uo ttlll plfaso o ll nt
tlmtlil uttnj HIM ! uttln. EJ ) . LEEDKH
Oui.ha , July 10th IBSJ , jy M-lt
ICE CREAM PARLOR ,
Taught by PROF. Scuxoon Tuesday and
Friday evenings from 8:30 :
to 10:30 : o'clock.
JUNK FOR RENT AT $15.00 PER NIOIIT.
0-LARCEST FLOOR IN TOWN ,
F. H. MARTENS , Prop'r.
J.It. TATK. WAtlKKN WHITE
Practice In State and Federal Courts.
Collections promptly attended to.
Room 0 , Schugart's Building ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Mrs , n , J , Hilton , M JIM
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ,
323 Middle Brotdvtr. Council Blnfla.
WINDOW CAPS , FINIALS , ETC.
O.ZO 3.atla. JSSti-oot ,
OMAHA ST NKBIUSKA
JACOB SIMS. E.r.CADWELL
SIM8& CADWELL ,
V > U & .UHI )
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA
Offlco , Main Street , Hooina 1 and 2 ShURsrl fc Mc-
Mahon's lilock. Will practloe In SUto and l' Jei l
Ncw < lc lrn In Butln nnd
W flnlnli , with name , lOcts.
Wo offer $100 lor a packet curds
nnjr nicer work , or prettier styles. _
Sampieijrtt , Eaelo C tl Wctii. Hew Hares , Ct ,
Wo liavo begun this week a Special Sale of Children's Dresses. To close
this stock out we have marked them 25 per ceufc less
than Regular Market Prices.
You can buy n good Scotch Gingham Dress , well made , fast colors , from 75 cts. up.
The stock consists of Gingham , Chombray , Seersucker and Linen Suits ,
inado in the Latest Styles and Cheaper than the goods
alone can bo bought for.
Towels ! Towels i Towels !
Good nil Linen Tone ) , ICc , worth ? 0c.
Good all Linen Damask Towel , 12 jo woith 22Jo.
Good all Linen Hnck Ton el 20o , worth SOc.
Good all Llacn Honey Comb 2Ec , worth 40c.
Good all Linen Huck Towel SSc , worth 40c.
Good all Linen Oat Meal Towel 25c , worth 400.
Good all Linen Damask Tone ) , CO Irrhcs long and 24
Inches wide at ! 6c. Tills towel would bo very cheap
at 60o. Como early and get seine of them before
they are all gone , as wo cannot replace the goods.
Great Bargains lu Table Coders , Nankins and Stand
Covers , Table Covers In Red , Ocritanaml Damask ,
beautiful patterns , S yards long and 2 yards \\Ido ,
$2.10 , orth doullu the money.
Baraairis In He J Spreads.
A full line of Ladles' nnd Misses' Rubber Circulars.
fiom ? 1.2fl up to the \cry best goods manufactured
by the Sterling Rubber Co.
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
This week cheaper than over. Como and look nt the
etockandcominco jourself that wo are offering
the greatest bargains In hosiery oicr ehowu u
Our line of dents' Goods la complete and cheaper
than the same goods can bo boutlitcat of Chi
Menu' and Boys' Shlrta with reinforced linen bosom ,
linen binds , nnd well made , GCc.
amis' Llslo Thread Shirts , Gents' Balbrlggan Shirts ,
dents' India Gauzi ) Shirts , 35oand up.
Gems' Socks ; Collars , Cuffs , Tics , and Handker
Handkerchiefs from 2&o & apiece up. Fast colors. A
( 'ood colored bordered handkerchief 5c. A good
colored bordered hnndcrchtcf , lOc.
Wo ha\o a pure linen Ladles' Handkerchief , hem-
etitchcd , fast colors , 15cand the best handker
chief ecr sold for 20o.
A full line of Pearl Buttons In sizes from IB up to 23
from 5 to 103 per dozen. ThcBO. buttons nr o o
oed clear pearls and not chipped.
WE BECEIVE GOODS DAILY AND OFFER TEE
ivellies at Hie Loiest Prii
COOKE & MORGAN ,
NEW OPERA HOUSE BAZAR.
Best Kentucky Barrels and Half Barrels.
"Bee , " and "Rival" Cigars.
The Best Nickel Goods Offered , We Guar
antee Our Assertion. Give Them Trial Order.
WIRT & 'DUQUETTE ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , - IOWA
BE. JUDB'S ELECTRIC BELT.
3,000 Eloctrlo Bolts Sold In the Mouth of Juno by us.
Referenced Any uf the business houses In Council DlulTd. JUDD & SMITH Proprietors.
10 BROADWAY . . . . COUNCIL BLUFFS.
MRS. S. J , NOREIS , 105 Main Sb
To "bo sold regardless of
cost for the next two
weeks to make room for
J. J. AtTWE&DA , 317 Broadwav , Council Bluffs
licet nd Jlott ItclUb'.e ,
HALLETT , DAVIS AND COMPANY PIANO
Undorsed by I'KANZ Liszr.
Uurhnllod for Tout ) or riulth.
licet Modem I'nco to Duy ,
The Kiiul.ill Orjinn , so Joi.g and favorably known In the west , rncommencls Itsalf.
J.L.STKWAUT , Sola Afout for above Jinea of Goods. Worcrooms , 32'J liroadway ,
Qouucil lihilfs , Inwa , Ooru-ipoudcnco Solicited , Ag uta > YaDtoa.
.H. HORNE & CO. ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wo make n specially , nt our EASTERN factory , of FINE HAVANA ncl
YARA CIGARS. All Cigara sold by us tire "of our own manufacture and warranted
OPERA HOUSE CIGAR HOUSE , I G&2 Broadway ,
H. H. HORNE&CO. , | COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
SMITH & TOMjEIt ,
LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS
7 and 9 Main street ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Ventilated Three Inch Part ,
ON VEGETABLE LACE ,
" TEC T "EF I1 "V C * IT" TVF T1 Q
L"V J. Ji ? J.
. . JL O J a 1. O *
Switches , ( all long hair ) § 2.00 SA.OO. $8,00nd Tipwards. Coquelts
and Hair Ornaments Given Away.
5. D. A. BENEDICT ,
No. 337 Broadway Council Bluffs
urtalns , in Lace , fl'lr , Turcoman , Etc. Oil cloths.JMaUlnsa , LinoleumsEto
lioicest and Best Selected STOCK in the WEST ,
omo and bo convinced that we are headquarters for all goods in our line ,
hcapost place to buy CARPETS , Curtains and House Furnishings in tlio
C'ty. Upholstering and Beddiuc Supplies.
Nos. D , 7 and 9 MASONIC TEMPLlfl - - [ 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 Rates to Regular Boarders.
i ETSDME OP
Perfect Fitting , Best and Cheapest. Flno Linen Collars and Cuffs.
71 Fourth Street Council Bluffs , Iowa.
Furniture nnd appointments all now. Nos. 208 and 210 Broadway , Council Bluff
. dl. W
Waves three inch part 65c , Ooquetts lOc each , Switches
$1 to $ 0 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
- EVEKYTHINQ1RSTCLASS. .
Nos. 217 and 219 S. Main St. , - - COUNCIL BLUFFS
04 Broadway , 1 Meals it all Hours.
Council liluffs. | 1'artlca a Specialty.
[ ilctalic Caskets and Woodin Coffins of all Kinds.
ELEQRAPH ORDERS PROMTLY ATTENDED TO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
. 3. 3NT.
504 Main Btreet , Council Bluffs.
SAMPLE CASES a specialty. Shawl , Tourist , and Trunk Straps.
Twenty Years Experience. - - Repairing Neatly Exec uted
aniSUBroid way , COUNCIL BLU MB , IOW
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